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Central Wisconsin (Newspaper) - April 29, 1857, Wausau, Wisconsin NSIN. BY CHTJBBUCK CO, I _____ Volume I. 1 IN ADVANCE. Wausau, Marathoix Number WEDNK8DAY MOBHIItO, AT Waasa., Marathon WIs. IT on Main ttrett, Bulltlnf Dollars per annum, in- of lim or Ono square One sqiiaro One Minute One square Quarter column Quarter column Quarter column Half column Hnlf column Hilf column One column One column One column one week threo wicks, threo six months, one yetir, three monlhi, nix months, one ycnr, threo months, one year, three aix ono ycnr, 1.50 3.00 5.00 8.00 8.00 1200 U.OO M.OO 25.01. S.VOO :urds in the Business Direc'ory, noi exceeding six lines, Jfi.OO. UJ- Transient advertisements paid for in atlvtincn must be (Official girtctwr j. National AOmlnlntratlon. Prosidont Jainou lluclmnnii Secretary of Slalo Lewin Cass Secretary of Treasury Howell Cobb Secretary of Interior Jncob Thompson Soorelary of Navy Isaac Toucey Storotary of War John B. Floyd Pootmnmor Gonoml A. V. Brown Attorney Gonornl John Black Vico Prosidont JohnC- Droclccnrldye Snoakor of tiie Houso If.S. Court. Chief Justice Kocor B. Taney Associate Justice John McLean do Jainca M. Wayn do da John do John A. CJtimpbsl do do Potcr V. JJnnic do Jo Snmiinl Nolspr do do Robert C. Grio do do Bcnjiimin H. lOurli Uo x FOBMT S-nMwr, I WATJSAtT, WIS. nl The Xaidtot't Bewlattoii. bh, I'll yP0 9f: Of n fellow 1 have seen, Who is neither white or yellow, But ie altogether green Then his nttmo.it isn't charming, iFor it's only common And ho wishes me.to wed him, Hat I hardly think I will. Ho has told me of a cottage, Of a cottage 'mpng the trees; 'And don't you think; the ga'uky Tumbled down upon his knees While the tears.the. fellow wasted Were enough; to turn a mill; And ho wished me to accept him, But I hardly think I wilt. Oh, he whispered of devotion, Of devotion 'pure and deep, But it aeemad so very silly That I nearly fell And he thinks it would be pleasant; As we jonrhey down the hill, To go hand in hand together, But I hardly think I will. He was hore lost night to s.ee me, And he made so long. a stay, I began to thinfc the blockhead Never meant to go away. At the first I .learned to hate him, And I know I hate him.still, Yet urges me to have him, But I hardly think I will. I am sure I wouldn't choose him, j But the Porhe saysif I rafuaeriim That he couldn't live a minute. And you know the blessed- Bible Plainly says "wei'.mnstii't So I've thought the matteroyer, And I rather think will. foot of Main Street, STEVEHS POIBT, E. DENNETT, Proprietor. This first class House, is com- modious, and thoroughly furnished. Every nflbrt will be made to ensure the comfort of guests, at moderate charges. ID-Good stabling will bi all times lor teams. ____ furnished at nl B. MARTIN, Proprietor, XJJOf STREET, Wautoma, Kj- Stages this house for the North and South daily. iy1apl2 Bucna Vista HOUJSC, By H. BOVTEJT. BUENA VISTA, .WISCONSIN This House is large, commodious and and well located, on the main road from Slovens Point to- Portage City and Good StaUint, and every effort to make (he traveler comfortable. ftyPAnTiia1 accommodated with a good hall and the necessary irimnungs. lyl By OSHKOSH, OBJFFIH, WISCONSIN, Tliis house has jnst been thoroughly re- ]Mind, and re6ttcd, and is equal to any in ihe State. BJ-Passengers and baggage taken to and from the boat free of charge. n1 lintel, GEORGE W. SWIFT, PROPRIKTOR. Main -St., "I the lund of Forest St. (Opposite Ihe Rnilroad and baggage curried to and from the and cars free of charge 1 The theiman- aiid dress of a dergrmdn a fii 11 roa'nd face, a'rid look, be leisurely looked nroujd orer the audience.. But. my childish interett all in the old man. His broad, deep chest; and usual height, looked giant-like as he strode alow ly ,iip the aisle. hair was white, deeply seamed with furrows, and around of calm and touching :Hrs .eye was quick 'and restless', and.kinrjled as Ihe ulteied n .low. jest aloud. Hia lips; were .iflush- went and came over his pale eh'eek.. off there .was" a wide sr.ar over the, right eye. The.younger finally sta- ted the objesl-bf tha meeting, ..snc naked if there was enttoopen it with prayer. Our pas- tor kept'his- and' the- speaker himself made a "short prnyet, and lhen: made a: short addressi hi the conclusion, calling upon any, one present, .to make remarks. The pas tor arose under the gallery, and -at- tacked Ihe position of the speaker using the arguments which I have often heard since, aiid concl.aded b; denouncing those engaged in the new movement as meddlesome fanatics who wished to break up .the time1 hrnoaed usages of good society, one tnj'uru the" business' of. respectable marks, the and hi got up a cheer, and the cur rent ;of feeling was evidently, agaiha the strangers and their plan: While the pastor was'speaking the old man had fixed his dark ey tfe's bright hopes have been wreck- d. I am without friends, or indred on look with long- og totbe r.e.it oMhe night of death.. Without friends, kindred or home! t w.as not. once to No one could withstand .the touch- ng pathos of the old man. I noticed a tear trembling on the lid of my atHer's eye, and I no more fell shamed of my own. my ilVierida, lif Was not so otice. 'Away over'the dark waves hich have wrecked rriy h'opes.lhere a the light of happiness and lome. I rench again'conjutsively or the shrine of the'household iJolt that once were mine, now mine no more." Tbe old man seemed looking av through vacancy upon some bright vision, hia lips opart, and his fingers extended. I involuntarily turned in the direction where'it was pointed, vdked wife, ail the looked up in my fiendish ountenance. You wilt not kill us wilt Dot harm Willie f an.t he sprung to the cradle and grasped lim in her embrace, t caught her gain by the and dragged her to he door, and as I lifted the latch, the wind burst in with a clod of With the yclt.of a fiend, I still drag- qetl her on nnd harled her out. into he darkness and the storm. With a ild ha 1 ha I closed the dojr and urneJ the button, her pleading mn.ins with the wail of the blast and sharp cry of her babe. But my work was not cornplete. I turned to he liitie bed, where lay my olJer son- md snatched him from his slumbers, nnd agninst hia hnlf awakened strug- gles, opened the door and thrust l> m out. -In'the agony of fear he cntli-d dreading to see some shadow in tiy its magic moving. "I once had a mother. VVith her THE OLD MAN'S STORY. A Thrilling Sketch. .T. never shall forget the commence- ment of the temperance reformation. I'was a child at the time, of some ten years of ago. Our home had every comfort, my kind parent idolized trie, their child. Wine was often on the table, and both my father and mother frequently gave it to me in the bottom of the morning glass. One Sunday at church, a startling announcement was made to our peo- ple. I knew nothing of its purport, but there was very much whispering among the men. The pastor said that on the next evening there would be a meeting, and an address upon the evils of intemperance in the use of nlcoholic drinks.- He expressed himself ignorant of the object of the meeting, and could not say what course it would be best to pursue in the matter. The subject of the meeting came up at our table after the service, I questioned my father uboiit it with all the eagerness of a child. The whisper and which bad been dropped in my hearing, clothed :he whole affair with a'great myatery to me, and I was all eagerness to learn the strange thing. My lather said it was some scheme to unite church and State. The night and of Menoraonec Hrtel, a V XH7-. 0-A.aaTO Coratr of WewWattr Jt MILWAUKEE, WIS, The Captain always on UCT to atttad to the of hii'guests. nt REUBEN M. WELCH, tip Office on Main Stroot, WAVSAU, [i] WISCONSIN. ASA LAWRENCE, of (Ciitntt Curt, AMD OflM lyl of Jeflknon MAH ATHON CO, WIS J. W. CHUBBUCK, NOTARY PUB LI O, Will to an in tint lint, wtft
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