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Wisconsin Pinery (Newspaper) - September 7, 1860, Stevens Point, Wisconsin C. SWAY-ZE CO., PllOPRIETORS. VOL VIII-NO. 22. TO THE OF CKSTRAL AM) NoKTIIUKX WlSCOXSIS A YEAR, IN ADVANCE. CITY OF STEVENS POINT, PORTAGE COUNTY, WIS., FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 7. fUDUSniD KVKRV y-KIDAV MOIIX1XO A T ISTEVKNS.POINT, WISCONSIN. f C. SWAYZE FUIt. AUVIiUTlYfMJ ?1 Oil ,um 100 '.lirro 3 00 ,uiro til mouth., CO uirp one year, R tlumti tlr li J Thf "fissKV" I-' Lite newspaper, lia< I worth the attention ornilrr: A'lTcrli'cment. must lie In nj o- corporation, can onlf be InsrrtC'l e. SWA, ZK A Co., I'ulli.lic jjljiisidcw Surgeon. .St EVENS POINT WIS. OJIicc House. i, X. K. 1'roprietor. Tj'llencral Stnjje Hutisc tli'-cars ntiil boats. lo ami E-'KAKKSS, Uook Bindor Ortars mav bo left at the I'rintiiuj 05cc. .1.AIEK.S, iciAN AND KUl J'oSnt. eeiin Main Si reel. i.ii; 1 Lore .-nrrry Henri. 1 love Hie happy, merry lie.irt That never to eoTovr; H bids the gloom of care dqiait, bctu-r things to-morrmv. A litni t liko lliij will taste of bliss In spite of wiinl or xvosther Wlh surb n heart play my part. On, on thro' life together. Ob! contJ 1 but that Ki Whu never yields to It To yield myselfl'd (eel IiiclinrJ, In hopes ourjovj tu With a inntu IV my fate In spit.) wind or weather; Kroin year to yo.ir, onr course we'd elcer. On, on thru'life tegvtlicr. I love the merry, milling face That wears no sorrow: from thehcarl's niifathomed space The checks tlitir beauty liurruu-; With Ftwli a Iwart I'd play part, In of wind or weather, 1tYe'd hnppyhe, ItuM jiovt-rly. On, on lliro' life AVIIsuu, tin old ClcrtiJ'ln.'tn Slory. Ono rainy March evening, 1 hid set- lied comforinldv down in my easy-chair, dressing-gown and slippers, when the pleasurable home sensations to which I abandoned myself were disturbed bv a sound as of small nnd undecided knuck- les at my study door. 'Como in A white-headed urchin, with a streak- ed atid vitui-ated ioui.ton.incc, entered. 'Well, Tummy Tommy giinncil, pulled off his rag- d brimmed straw and p-.itseil a sleeve across his f.ice, before he C'..uld not to bo his loss. Ho Imd bought nnd paid for it. Something must been the mailer with the creature, or il would nol.Iiavn diedsoeasily. Deacon IJrowu wnsrirh. Ho could afford to lose tho !ng.' poor, nnd iho oss had ought not, under tho circum- stances, to bo his. We all know how a man will reason lo convince himself that for dishonesty is tho best lie looked aiound lo see if he was'ob- oti't nmke out but seven. Just my number, neighbor Wilson.' 'Sho must have laid on ono somewhere, and killed it, in Uio suggested Wilson. the de.icos. know my pig. by the spot on Iho left added Wil-on. 'Well, if you ato positive that il is t'jo pig you bought of mo. you csu tako s.id_good Deacon Uruwn, Wilson was positive, and ho look it. two into a clump o! bu-hes by the fence. son was excited, wonder his hand trem- bled, as he lied Iho pig in tho bag. 'Don't smother it, said tho good deacon, softly. Ike whittled Iho funco industrously, wilh his nil ihis time, and tolled l.is quid knowingly in his "hi-ek, spit expressive tobacco-juice obeyed, Wil.-on icdo away will, wistful eyes uuhcbg. lather took 'liuys said iho deacon, 'you have- it from bo horso and cained il to a pen; done well to hold'in, and row if vou [iropaicd in a corner of iho yard. Then j want to you can liut I can't he took out ihe remaining nnd threw Il is loo serums a thin" 10 sco -i 'aoHi- ivjay Iho stone. After .-tipper Mary, bor deliberately bre.iklh. who ha'I been out, returned to the houso i Uml, and debits his manhood by n lie.' 1110 P'0 where arc they, father ihe bag, child.'" 'How many 'Two, child I want to see them to night. Itun into tho house. You'll searo 'em so they won't eat.' Mary reluctantly The eonviirsalion lh.il followed 1 huvo not room hero lo rejwat. Toroiny wns sont Wilson was not willing tint even his wile should bo present. How much 1 then rei'retleil having never visi- ted tho wretched man before waitini'to bo sent for! I won his confidence, an account of his nulfering camo faltering from his lips. It wa r r m o r c u s s i o n Matches I ATTOKNEY it STKVKXS I'OINT, V.1I.I .1 Slim- llati-r, Alt kiinlti of Slioit over Maitin's CiMinal lli'alor in CAKlXliT, Vl'UNMTUK, ClIAIKS, ..r.lers iitt il Wisro Kiii Point. I. LAW. WIS. me and see j door, ami found a nig lying on the Mr. iisun went lo look, and very! Ihreshold. lie much tarli.. Some pi-rson had at the sjK'e- lakeii this ollit-r has out and liomu.' inons Id lei him kimir that bin wa-; iliseovered. It certainly was not wasn'i hut one hist i Ilimvn. d Mary. Thenciforth YVihon was a 1 whij'ytm? I certainly mnn. lie of monnnmimi: if ever you >av there wasn't bul' on the fuhj.-cl of and ,mv allu.-ion nne .-aid i brt'akla-.I he his coiflih-trd 115 ii..rs.iml insult over ihe M.ldle. m.iinit...il. all.' for All, but never an ollbmler of Cod's law goes unpiuiMied That is not final whiitb is seen: ami he on whom ivlribu- lion falls M.III, ib forliimuo. To rling to any sin is dentil, and blessed is tho iron liei-1 of allliction that tramples it mil of our mulls. an-l. cir.ine us il may i-hopp-is laughed, Hlliilh, the fdyt! of his lidd the a stoiy. I 'I.'1st liji; .Mill w.is sit- foni'.', I tvln-li M Iio .stuiuld rorii.- K'ld hut U'tbc'i. lie tmiii'd up agin the.; fi-lici', took oll'n from horse's 'ti'i'k, nilead hiukfd at it. fell of il, lurni'd il and Ihen, afler his hi'.id and tht-n a lillli', i-htifkv-d il into llu- within >ix foot of whi'i-' me atiil (.Jhaih-v "at to at mv to cany, and sprr.'.diti'jf an umhielta i .'il'lIlK ihuir, lii-ld his iliniimuive In.Mil, us tralilpi'd the nuulily load Tonimv nnd mixed np ahoul the and mud, with inli'K'slini; lei'iin- of And I may as wt-11 e.xphin how lite 1-iUur cntr.e to IV: called j bvforo, Mr. llii-n a man, with a Mnall nnd a Miiall f.unilv, prmnised fniilvl to reach at no diMant day. Ihe you know belter I tu al a averajjc level of prosperous j luMS 1111-lorluiiu Keep if yon ty whifh hih moie advaneed neiyl had nlli'ady nllai.ieil J lilll .1 Mliylc lltnl, of aj'paientiy lrivi.il naluie. CM ing. as if ibf-rii bad been an attempt to lake bris'h-s from his own baek. Not long afivr, hi: went lo purchase some raisin- al llm vilhigD onl of raisin-.' s.iid iho eh'lk, bill we've a aitiel.. of pig-.' 1'igs. you rc.iiindii'l 1 Who asked for cried .1 fiirv tothii amn-eiiK-nt of thu hystandets. Kr.Mii time ho could not group of loungers, but somo sun- to iiruiil. If the boys coughed in more than a hiindrod times against sonio infernal stone, or some- thing of that kind and barked mv against some cussed inissle, all mid to tbo bipimjiotti where wt for thy enke, Liicinda! say you bo mine. F] land of tbo rhinoceros, 1 inns, nnd the wVero intiy enjoy otir love iiiidistiirbcd neatli a tropical Do you this, nnd tnc, ah A bright tear blood sparkling 'm tbo right corner of her lull eye, agi- tation seemed to Imvo ttikm: posses- sion of her very soul, her frame quiv- ered liko n plate of jelly, nnd she wiia aboul to collapse, 'when they were startled by tlio siitind of something of a unashy iinturu falling at their fuet, and in instant they wore cov- ered with pumpkin seeds! IViis hcrpn throwing Kinalilo .'tttemiitcd to eseapo by ncnlini; itnfortunatelv bis coat tail caught, nnd ho was at the mercy of thu old inanV rage, who renewed tho attack with another shower of pumpkins and other vege- to numerous to mention, which caused him to belch forth in the ag.itiy of dispair. Lucinda Pee- ing nil her earthly hopes dear Ritialdo sufl'urini; tho penalty ot his rash presumption, and Icaring Iho Irenxy and vmth of her ;ia, made; a Inngo for tho clothes liin-. seized a clothes pin and plniiL'cd it "Miss Abigail aged for- ty-cMglit; never inarriej 'has no children; piojierty worth 000 1ms no brothers or sisters carries on which after all was about nil tlie information ho eared to possccss. A Virginia Turkey. Ctin'wns n down old Alrgiaia, and n darklo nl most undoubted honesty und truth and he would sometimes tell tough stories. Johnsing's lie "Kurnio as he called him, the other day, and after cussing and discussing various mailers apper- taining to their masters, fell iuto tbo tollowing conversation Sam Well, Cnfl', how you was? O, 1 isn't no wiifs. is all de folks down at do hoiiso O, day is ablo to bo round, 'ccjjt do olu man's darter 8ho had do doctor de other day. He camo in. looked at her, kept lookin'at her said she was bilyous, nnd guv her a boxofcnginc-piils. Wiien do doctor go, she up mi' threw do pills out do window, Sho wouldn't take no pills, no nab! Wai do olo tin-toy cock liiim, greedy ho gobbled down pills, box an' all, wid do whole directions in four different Next day wo hial company, an' had ID kill dat ttirkoy cock, yer SCO. ItlMI.lll) A '1'was A CllAI'TKR I. iiight, and thirl; as a ii was pit. Tins rain poured down on ICIYII Jinan like nnto a pack of hungry i a KH'ii'g of Miisage.s, nnil the thimdur kieked up :t rumpus itli .-Ti-i-nifi- smlilm''" to that of an empty I'ohhlfS about Just lit tins point :n iho eoiiveiNitiiin cant VIIIIH "niii" hnriio from ihiDitjjIi the into the j iln. lu> found a pij-'s tlli: s'zo ul'il ol I'heeai', pliing- deacon's yaiil. j tail in his pocket. .Mon.ih.in once 'hu I
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