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   Wausau Central Wisconsin (Newspaper) - August 26, 1858, Wausau, Wisconsin                               CIIUBBUCKJ "Independent in Everytking-Neutral in Nothing. IN ADVANCE. Vol. No. 16. AJ y Central   sbo.lt. .be do c buouia sue engage; )oog (o in a desperate s.rugglo.nnd thus court amf G. ROOD, M. D.. Physician and Surgeon, Office on Clavlt Strcer, Sltvcns Point, Wisconsin. a? ras; l' SfOtt ti Thiril Slt.MtS, W A US AU, [-1] WISCONSIN VRANOIS A. HOFFMAN, MARATHON. CO. [I] WISCONSIN. TllO.MAS SINGLE, jofSecisfcllotatiii MOSINEE HOTEL. By GEO. W. XOLLOCK, MOSINEE. WISCONSIN MTHIS HOUSE is now, conveniently constructed, and every 'way adapted to the accommodation Beir.g, sit- uated near tlie present slei.mboal landing, BANK OF THE INTERIOR, I H'S- l iibont midway Ihu two land- when the boat from JVioMneo to Wau- 3il WISCONSIN1. I sail guts to naming, passengers will at al.l times iind it convenient to tbe pro prietor hopes to be able, properly, to. care lor their wants. Jur.e .17tli, LSflS, 2 0 TlinMAS IM.Vl'oN, iiiiiisinii Mi-ri-liiint, .ni'l wliiili-snl" Cii.tliina, Hats Dry C.. lIDliil'lU. A.-UUSTINKIIKTl ni.wnii-'. m-vrr, Builders, -v WAUSAU, >f ASA LAWUKNCE, Cltrk uf Cirruit (Cnnti A D COVNTY SUlirKYOR, omco cornor of Jofforoon Strootn, 6 of "vViscon- B.EAW RIPE, Proprietors. nppvoached her with-an uplifted torn ahawk.' Perceiving her peril she nadu a frantic effort to regain her 'eot, which despite, her heavy burden, she succeeded, in doing. But.it was the last struggle of exhausted nature. After staggering a few rods, she .fell helpless to tlio ground. The savage came forward and raised his toma- hawk in ihe air; Uttering a wildly, the poor girl tried to shield her he Wisconsin, N. MANIKOI.D, IT. .loiiu-r, Buildor, IRWIN, Cabinet Maker, n? v of Percussion J7H Matches, STEVENS 1'OINT, WIS. UJ.'All oi.S.M-3 promptly attciuk'd to. E. STOOD A RD, FV o i a r y '.P H l> 1 i c 31 O S I M E E MARATHON CO JI'ISCONSIN Will attend to tlie of taxes, enlcrs ing lands. locating l.mil warrants, Jicfcrcnc.es: Atkins Milwaukee; H. Higgins, Cliic.T'o III; ft.in. A. 11. II alkcr, Detroit, Mirli'H.C.'lJottKt'. Cleveland, Ohio: lion. il. Tucki'r. Unllalo.N. Y. I i. .May UHli, JOSEPH BARNARD, j JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, EJW CLAIRE, Maratium County, UF.Nr.KAL LAM1 AGKXT, niul will entrust-. lo liiin. such as buying or loc.i- tg government lands, paying taxes, Rcl'eronccs: PLY MOUTH EAU PLAIWE, M. WYLIE, Proprietor. This House is pleasantly nnd convenient ly located on the eaafbank of the Wiscon sin River, about halfway from Stevens Point to Little. Bull Falls. The house is new, well finished and furnished, and no pains will be spared to promote the comfort of travelers. Two large barns attached, for the accom- i niodation of teams. i Uj'Passongcrs by the Steamer dine here j daily. __ nl i CITY HOTEL, Win. AVERY, Proprietor, I Corner cf First Mam Streets, Stevens Point, Organize! under the General Banking Law of Will buy and sell coUections at all points in Northern Wisconsin, enter land, pay taxes, and do all .business con- nected with Banking and Real Estate, R E.F e R' TO Marshall Tilsley, Bap.k of Watei-town, Watortown JeOerson County Bank, CEO. L. FIELD, LINUS K. CADY, Cash. Prcs't. GO J i FARNHAM.V.Pres't. ad gross or lo incommode her, until ibe seventh day. She was just about entering a small brook to wade across it, when she was startled by a fierce TDwl.and on looking saw at distance on the opposite side of ihe brook, Ihe ferocious dog of ihe chief who commanded the party that had taken her and her now murdered neighbors prisoners. A sioht of this well known brute on an instant dealh? or should she quiet- ly submit, nnd lake her chance for a second escape 1 Before ihe could determine what course lopursue, she heard the savages under the tree in, which she was hidden. Sho peered own, and saw they were scruleniz- thi: limb by which she had climb- d from the brook.- Their keen eye con delected tnc broken Iwigs and thcr signs of a body having jisse.l along the limb and in a few LUC pUUl LTILV-llluu wilh her thin hands. Butthe gleans brave heroine's heart sunk within ing tomahawk cut through them .as Dealer HARNESS, Trunks, Valises, done to order on short notice. Shop opposite the Public Square, Stevens Wis. July, O-lyl ms house is now in tip.top order for the reception of the traveling public, nnd the pronristor is, determined to give satisfaction I to nil who feel disposed to favot him with IP-Good A ,-j j-j j, Haiy. though they hud been paper, and sunit deep into the brain. The olhi-r women, frantic with ter- ror, pressed huridly on, nnd iheir 'far'was still more increased when, a "ew moments after, the inhuman sav- age rushed past them, waving in tri- umph the. reeliiti-g scalp of. their mur- dered It would be' 'too sickening a tale were we to narrate nil ihe piuticulars o( the'suffering and death of these poor women who sinking under their tomatawked and scalp- ed by the same brutal savage, and left lying in the forest. At the close of the eighth'day, Mrs. Jenks was he only, survivor of them all; the her strength and ber.ia a course way vipon her superiority to the other 'pale faced nnJ treated her with less severity. She was permil- ted to cat a good supper, and a cou-- pie ot bear skins wore given her for a couch. She awoke in the morning much refreshed, and ader eating a henrly breakfast, was about lo resume her heavy pack, when the leader of the party told her she need not carry- it farther. She exhibited no signs of her. She knew that the chiel, an perhaps his party, must be near a camp.and that she should in allprob ability be retaken, and her killing o fbe'four Indians, be discovered. An she knew enough of ihe Indian char acter lobe aware that the'slaughter o their comrads would be lerribl She slood i the water of the brook as thes avenged upon herself. thoughts flashed upon her mint wair.hing .the behavior ol the dog, b n hico she expected soon to be attack ed. In a few moments he uttered recount th4 alory of her perils and her escape to never tiring Iislenurs. THE GRIEF OF. A lady, residing iii Brighton, owned a pair of beautiful Java spar- row', which were the pen of the family and objects of admiration who sair them. One cf them iud- denly ilied. Its disconsolate male refused lo tasle the food offorvJ it. but sal upon its prrch, looking wist- fully about, and with sad and gentW noments -she saw ihree of them [imbing Ihe tree. As-soon as ihcy iscovered her, they gave a prnlong- d yell, which was repeated by ibe avages soon jy the parties lhat bad gone up trenrn. The foremost Indian of ihose vho hud ascended the Wee, sternly the poor woman lo come down, knowing il would be useless lo resist, she at once began lo ihe savages, either from polite or piu denlial motives, giving her the prec edcncc. In a few niinutesafler the; had all reached ihe ground in safety the up sirearri party, including ihe chief; bad arrived on the spot, anc great was their surprise in beholding who it was they had captured. They eagerly demanded how she had mad her escape. She told lliem she ha taken ihe sculps of her dead friends, Of M'JIIK STREET, STEVENS POINT, WIS. NELS03ST B.LLOTD, Proprietor. THIS new and well furnished House Wisconsin' M3. is for lne accommoda- lion of Ihe pubiic, and the proprietor is de- termined tosive satisfaction to guests. M.MIATIIdX CO. fierce growl, nnd rushed towards he Sbe raise ihe tomahawk and stood on the defensive but a deliverer she lit- tle dreamed of was at hand. When the dog had come within a couple-of rods of ihe brook a huge panther suddenly springing from the over- hanging branches of a tree, alig-hleii on his back, and a fierce and desper- ate struggle at once began. Mrs. leaks, knowing that the cries and ihe tomahawk and scelping knife, while her captors were nsleep, (which was a fact) and had to say that before fleeing she had killed the whole party. The aborigines seemed puzzled at the fact that iheir four brelhren had not captured her before this time, but still it did not occur lo their minds that she had kill- ed lliKin. The idea lhat a -pale faced squaw' should kill four Indian braves, was probably one which nothing but would have notes seemed constantly to bfl> cm'lins is mate. The bird refused to nd, after various devices to ts grief, the rady ptscecl a srtull rig glass inside the cage. re- lectcd its own and wrought, n a few days, an entire in tlie manner ot ihe bird; II commenced singing loudly, which it cominuet lo bui receiving no responca from ils mate, it is continually with its sh-idow. In ils anger, il c.isionaliy flies at the glass, ilriking with its teak, and it only prevented from injuring itself by removing'ike glass from the cage unlit il from its When the giass is nal. JUST AS vrrLL DO IT A Why you see, when my man CAOM courlin me, I hadn't the thought f what he I. ,ame to our houtc one night, dork, and rapped al the door: I ipencd, and sure enough ibero slooJ ocular meterial proof made them entertain. an I i't in.i WISOONMX ls IVilste-uls i Co. the (.'.linnet ill j Juil ..luirt notice aiul tfii I Stropo Aldan, .TuJge McUill, Judge I :i. Pane F. S Carr. Joseph Goodrich. i guests, tit moderate jrj'Good stabling will I all times tor teams. furnished at nl LI.ATK STEPHEN DIJRKEE, Justice of the Peace, M CO. WISCONSIN J. X. THIS Uou-l hns i mato" latrlv lu-fii L'ltM.ly en Tin. is. A Will promptly attt-ml to nil business cn- nsicd to as buying anil seilins ia, locating government laniK o. ajOoaytiST {Late of Hit '-Ticin Islunti P PX.O P.RIETOR, PLOTEE, Portage Coanty, WIS. WM. B. AGWEW, %nt, City. Stevens Point, Wisconsin, WILL attend to the selection nnd loca- tion of Pine and Farming Lands, Lo. cation of Warrants, Payment of Taxes, aiid all business connected with the Land Agen- EEITEENCES. Gen. A. G. Ellis. Receiver U. S. Land Office, Stevens Point, Hon. A. Brawlcy, Register Jo Ao Hnyssen ScheBer, Bunkers, Stevens John Sloihower, (15) do_____, Wm7ll7FAKW II AH, Wholesale and Retail DEALER IN Wines, Liquors, BEER, CIGARS A OYSTERS. Oyftcrs served up in a Style tliat w'ill suit the palate of an epicure, ___and parties supplied on the-most reasonable terms, at the tauraut. First Street, between .I'M Pt'r- Clark Streets.. STEVENS POINT, WIS. down w rest w'thout setting May 13th, ISM. imO------_ j pleasure at this une'xpccied good for- tune as she knew that the savages greatly admired a stoical indifferen'ce alike to good and ill; and she wished them to think as well of her as pos- sible, for she had determined to seize the first opportumly lo avenge the murder of her companions and make Ixer escape. On the morning of the tenth day, the party of savages sep'erau-d, four Koing on with her, and the rest will) a of the animals would soon bring spot where Mrs. i Kcnr.lr A I I 11 I s-ivages to the spot, did not stop to see which would be the victor, but slep- ng ihio the middle of ihe brook she ran down stream as fasl as she could until she came to a spot where the branch of a gigantic tree stretched across the brook at a height which she could reach by springing with all her energy.. She summoned all her strength, and making a desperale leap succeeded in clutching ihn stoul branch. After nn exhausting struggle she managed to dtaw herself up to and ciiine upon ihe limb, without leaving any trace of her footsteps 10 guidea pursuer. This accomplished, she soon reached the trunk of the tree, amongst il obscure foiia'ge, They oil returned in silence to th entered the brook. At this place the under growth was slight nnd the furcst stretched away like an endless grave, through which one could see at some distance, while on ihe opposile side uf ihc stream (where ihe dog and panther fougbl) and about ten rods from it was a thick clump of bushes, which intercepted the view in that direction. As the savages were pnring iheir supper over a fire they had kindled, Mrs. J. pal gazing al the clump of bashes, nnJ il accurcd to'her lhat, perhaps, if sho could gel inio that, the might hide from her fobie right before my face and Come sex I I've come on ui 1 always do my :ust." But you had better come in and take a cheer, Mr, W------." "No I can't. The is, Lizzy, come on this 'ere courtin' business. My wife's been dead these weeks, and everything's going to rack an' ruin right straight Now Lizzy, ef you're mind to me, and lake care of my huuie, an' my things, tell me, au' I'll come in an' take a cheer if net, I'll get some one else t was skeered, and If you come on this courtiu' business come in I must think rn't a little.', "No, C gomg on ner.anu a strong branch for a large and ferocious dog belonging to -ssac of the.chief, striking off in another di- rr-iCi'ton. Her spirits rose. At lost the hour coming Thai night, after mailing a fire and cooking iheir sup- per, in which Mrs, Jenks assisted (with apparent cheerlulncis, tho sava- cah't till I know. That's my an' 1 can't set down till ray done." I should like to think on'l a day or two." No, you needn't Lizzie''. Well, Jobie, if I must, I here's :o you then." So w------came in. Then he after the jquire an' ho married us right off, an' I -went with that very night. 1 icll you wbtl il is these loni; cb'irlin's don'l .Lejsre. Cate, MaratliDB Co. A; Marathon Cj. N. P. t'lemenls, Vunghn, Esq., Portage Co. Georje Rirnli.irt. V'sq.. Lyman ton, C. M. Jar.es Co. Wis. J. H. Jones, P.iytoii, -.jjmtn Alexander, tovra. __ -of all kiuilsijAlwjys on hand. I) or prints! ta ortlcr. at iho CeitiroJ THIS HOUSE has been thor- oughly repaired, and is in good con- TTNDER tbe "Pinery" jj s. -U LI DC DUl I1OI I.UU..LJ, MILWAUKEE LAGER to bind their captive's t i i f __T.U _ Afl .'o! U pains Trill be spared to rna'ke ihein comfoit- able. aadec'J TEaat Water Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. MR. B. HOPK1SS, Proprietor. Board JButlcr i iw i hands and feet with a stout cord. As jcoon as all heroic wo- Of- mr.a bsean to work her hopes 5 WIS. UhalsUe could release them; Joy! DEPOT, seat, sat down lo wait the issue of thankiiig-Proyideiice fur sending the dog lo be the panther's victim, which would else tave cer- tainly sprang upon as shu should have passed directly under the trco in which he was hidden. In n few minutes she hearii the re- port of a rifle, then another, and then a third. She Unew that the dians bad arrived within light ot lhu dog and panther, and had shot the latter, Now, if they should cross i ;he TiTJIS hns only to be known to fine! ;joy ready sale, am1, the subscTiber is prepar- ed to fill all orders at Milwaukee prices Iranswrtation added. JULIUS GIESLER. Stevens Point, May .10, IS5S. NOTARY "PUBLIC, near together. Stealthy as a leopai- the cord relaxes. One band, j brook at the spot where she entered with intense pain, is torn from Tho Whitewater firgnlef a Tentloman from 'South coplo.s so effectually that ilu-y could to nothing at ali. Just as well to do not find her. Il was a stupid ihought, jn a harry. but 1101 altogctSier unalual under ihc circumslances. She made up her irind lo escape ihus, even if she should be killed it. Full of ihis idea, she gradually itolo towards the brock, aiid on reaching its bank, brisklv waded across it, and ran for ibe clump ot bushes, tier altempt was instantly perceived, and with wild yell, several ef the savages start- olina, having with him five bas been stopping at the Exchi- Hotel, in ibis village, for some We he ei- ed in per-'uit, The flying life. woman ran for libef- Wiih her ulmoil the fnMehipg, abe free. Canliously peering around, it, and behold the track of her foot- iteps, her detecnon would almotl be certain, for who could successfully jjniiou EH v discovers the four Indians lyiug asleep these sons of the forest, wh with their heads lo ih-.- fire, and aH j understood tbe stratagems ol strength and swiftness she fled, but her persuers were swifiur on foot slic. She had re.iched within a few feet ot the clamp, when the fore- most savaie grasped her by tbe shoulder, duick1 as lightning came n flasli from ih. i b-ishes, fallowed by In- presses his tnlenlion to H farm in neighborhood, on 10 place the mUres, giving Ihcm ihrtc freedom ,tor which purpose brought lo Stale. The are all yotinjr. ihe being younfr woman of or 17 and ihe g.rl of MI more lhan five Utter u. white, hi. hgbt never be uken fur oli.er .h.. whi.o child by ordinary 3he a haodwroe, .pnghtly cfcild. looks and M girli o( her ajr, enlage. no doubt fccti are above staled, as made koown i dess, she crawls towards them. She Win attena to all business entrusted i in that atitt accftiiw crouches by the sulu o! n vy. Otfice at the Ctmiral .IKmuufet prurit j ,ter ani) gcmly ing otfitt; Mau warfare I Parting Ihe branch- i Jians ad at her fi'e'.. Crack !j saraee warlare ranir.g uie OTBIICU- cutting with her f.ck crac, and oiiuneur- scalping knifo, until she could peer fjis lorfla-loul, she gizeJ in the direction of llie 1- ,11 the bv nnUenaen Much i- Tbona tolley and joi tlie (arty, on the other which ihcy caiuc.   

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