Trempealeau Representative, March 2, 1860

Trempealeau Representative

March 02, 1860

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Publication name: Trempealeau Representative

Location: Trempealeau, Wisconsin

Pages available: 264

Years available: 1859 - 1860

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Trempealeau Representative (Newspaper) - March 2, 1860, Trempealeau, Wisconsin TREMPEALEAU REPRESENTATIVE Vol TREMPEALEAU, TREMPEALEAU COUNTY, WISCONSIN, MARCH. INTO- ex. The Twmpealrau Representative, V FRIDAY MOUSING. W. NKWLAWD, Publishing Ayent. Of ,1 fifty conw per aimtim, payable In advance. if iv5 paid within u mouth from tho tituo of lit'cy cunts additional will be RATES OF ADVERTISING. Ono column, OHO your, M if ..n .50.110 n it 20.00 tj H-ftlisiro, lines or Kuch r; or per your. fl.OO pure-cut. uJvm.euon rmi.st bo paid in uilvuiiuu, i860. >i 11 2[ 1 i imi f ft u SWEET NETTIE O Making love la Tfmb Everybody said that Nettie Gray was a beauty, not one of your polished city belles, but a gay, romping, saucy piece of nature's bartdbvork, yet gentle and affec- tionate withal, possessing a debth of feel- ing and sentiment which few are aVle tor fathom. Now, 'Sweet Nettie Gray, as she waa called, had long been loved by one Charley G handsome young merchant who kept the only store the1 village of N coUkl boast of, where i I1 ii i> i i. r_M'L'-j-r: __ s! ii IT ll si t 51 fii 7 '.i in I i iiv 17 i ill! l 3 r, r s. lll'u'l., 111.117 -j 11 i, :s -I in 1) 12 KI'I-V ii i -j' .1 r I-I 'I he had for some four or five years delt out sugar, teS, coffee, tobacco, calicoes, nilks, pins, hardware and a varifty ol merchandize to the villagers and rounding farmer.t, and had a little fortune; a part n; invested in the purchasy .Morton's beau'iful cottttgu which at the dcnth ol her she hud been obliged to dispose of find take a cheapei1 place, where she could live less expensively; while from the surplus ol' liis! price recl-ived for the cottage she re- ceived u. nice little income. Charley s1 ii 11.11''.'i7 M in -.'II had also taken the widow s eon into the ri' store, us hia increased business ma.de it necessary to procure assistance. The salary paid to liulo Juhnny svas ;x help to hia mother, for which she was very grate- ful, and never tailed to speak a word in iiia praiitc whenever an opportunity pre- sented. t1 :t 11 in 1 C fi 7 s 1 C> II IL' 11 ill 17 I-. I'l-'iJ Jlp'li i DMUUTOIIV. KMT! l> (Sovr. .IA.MI.S I'.i. i'r.- i !ru'. i. ,..'.irv nt'Suti- Lewi- Mil-It. i.irs i.f WHI---.I..IIH I'.. i, .vrs n Irjliunii ..lur.-uiiitli I'd. I'.vi r Ky. _ if Dt'.iro llUIKlriCKs i ..n u-.'- .Miinypulifiy t ..-nir l''iiMi.n-, I'n-ii. Wliitinif. i i .liKi'i Timoy. .l.iiin M'iiUiitl. At. IVlvr V. Diinii-l, Siiimu'l N.I..-..... (itiur, Uunjuiuin run'-. .t.-l-M A. 'illVl'l-f.'lf Al.KX. _ l.u'iil. i-i (i NI.IIIO. i.t'Msii.- -I -ni- I' 'I'ri-.i-uri'-i- MUIIH'-. II Stutr I'rii'-t C. ili'tf. r S. 1'iXnM. f. In- Jt-.ili.i---ll.fr'. li. r -it K. Ihvrris. A. I'u-rU rirvttit Nic K. .l Ci'U tiftltu ,1 )i I-; S L A K K, UKNTI.KMKN'S nvn imiwriul MI-inn! w.irr.iti'i-il t" lit- ('iiUii.i; tloii'j on sliui-l Hotu-O. A. w. NEWMAN AUorney and rounsellor sit Law, or tlic Town I'lerk, and from bein' the miserable owner of one old yoe, I become the joyful shepherd of a mighty flock, with a right smart sprinktin of Umbs, friskier and fatter than anybody else's, and I've still got room for a few more. I said before, Pm not talkin' per- tickler for tny benefit, but for men is skeerce and tceemtn is Siill, I'd a leetle rather you'd go along with me than not, pertic.kler you fat one with the caliker sun-bunnet. Don't hes- itate, but take the chance while you can git it, and I'll make you the bell-yoe'

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