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West Eau Claire Argus (Newspaper) - June 24, 1868, West Eau Claire, Wisconsin IICO PEL AND VOLUME 3 NO21 RATES OF ADVERTISING LATIMER BAILEY TORNEYS AND GWNSELJBS AT aw Westfeiu Claire Wis E WM F BAILEY i 3 Inches o o in eft 9 co G iu 13 alf 17 W00D WORTH dc ANGEL ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW will attend promptly to nil legal transactions entrusted to Business Cards of five lines or less per an their care Officcf over G R Cliipajana ium five dollars Por each additional ike store Cor Barstow Ferry Eau one dollar Claire Wis vSnJTvl c ibKMboi Htibscriptionj per vear The ARGUS Ins the largest bonajlie circu lotion of any paper pnblihed in the Chippewa CLAIRE COUNTY WIS Editor and Proprietor Perl of Martha Warren A STORY OP THE AMMOXOOSCC RIVER Goodby Martha God help yon 1 1 shall bo back ia three days at tho fartherest tie She followedthe and fearfully was she tempted to foM her iu her arms and plunge into thecauldron beneath and thnffeftl her fear and donbt It would be better WHOLE NO 125 H BARNES MEGGETT BARNES and COUNSELLORS at uiLcusivmy among me LAW will practice in allthe Cowls of BusinessMoil aad Fanners of Rau Claire tuo State Special attention given to Colcej Cbippevva Dunn and Pepiu counties tions theproseeutton and doiciice of Tiiles and cases iu J3iukiapfcy Office over Soiamermejcrs store Buistow street Eau Claire Vf is v2u4Ctf I Lfil eCCO1 H L STILES A AT LAW will jHompdv attend so all egil transac tions entrusted to his care OiTioe over M JohxnresV Saloon near tiie Union House IVesf Juu Claire HGvl WM RICHARDSON CLERK Of BOAItI OfSUPERVISORS C hippewa Fiilis Chippsv a C ourtv Wis Will pny prompt attention to the paviaent oCj taxes in J hippewji county for lionresidents I FtlSs Wis Feb 1BG7 The hardy White Mountain pioneer Mark Warren kissed hisyoung wife held Ills twoyears old boy to his breast for a moment and then shouldering the sack of corn which was to be con into meal at the y raies away trudged off through the wilderness Martha Warren stood at the door of the log cottage gas ing ont after the retreating form of hjuhusband An angle of tho dense shrubbery hid him Q1 ifrom her view but ttill she did not bhaw jrailoway manufacturers of ptnrn fn Crtii i i T all kinds of mill machinery fanning imple j the So3uay It incius etc Alao every variety of cast so dark and lonesome there she shrank from entering or perhaps the grand sublimity of the view spread ont before her held her attention and thrilled her soul with that nameless Of Finns Advertising in the Aryus WEST EAU ing in iron and brass Doilge LaUnier ilealers in drugs medicines chemicals fancy aiticlea and Yankee Kotious T1 M T uealors in dry goods prints clothing groceries etc cericS Wilder Offi Sr AFFOrJ C LA RK Kan Claire dea lers in Bank Notes Specie Exchange and Lund Warrants Collections made amire mitted promptly at Curreniiiitos of Office corneE erf Eau Glaive and streets IJSTICE OF TJIK PEACE oniue cmi Pipers Stoic YVual Eui Claire Wis j Vf Vf DAY C C H Dns IJAinilS TIIYSIG1ANS AND SURGEONS hu j ing entered irftQn copaituurship in the i f ft t 11 1 11 TI i tHHjx 1867 vsniojj Eathbim Son doalers In dry wh nen Sij nnexplafncd something that all j clothing ladiea dress goodd and yro 4 f to face wuh Eiothers dealers in drugs Hooks and i C W Swift dealer in grocoiipo aud provisions Also munafaclurer Ci grain Then Hoffman dealer in diy goods clolhs clothing dress goods groceiits etc G I Iiidccnl dealer in boots and shoes andmanufactures to order Simmons dr Piper dealers in flour the woiks of his fingeis The finesst and most satisfactory view j of the Mountains is that which presents itself from what is now the town of Bethlehem on tho road to Lit tleton and Fiaticonia Mount and gloom bis hot fetid breath scorch sonnd and to sorrow saw liar boy golden hair and rosy cheeks clenrly defined against the purple twi light on tlie very edge of the huge detached rock some ten feet from the bhore oiU in the sweep ing current of the river This rock called by the settlers Th was a good situation for cast ing fishing lines and Maik Warrer had bridged thenarrow chasm betweei it anl the shoje with a conpleof hewn logs Allured by sorae clusters of flaming fire weed growing on the side of tho Pulpit Charlie had crossed over anil now stood there regardless of danger larghiugly holding out the floral treas ures to his mother Martha flew over the fiail bridge and in tbe next instant held the child in her arms Joyful because she had found him uninjured and mentally resolving the logs should be removed to prevent further accident she turned to retrace her steps but the sight that met her eyes froze her with horror to the spot Confronting her on the not six feet distant was an enormous wolf gaunt and bony with hunger his eyes blazinglike live coals tlirongh the mist shethought than fo suffer that slow ington tlie king among pnnces is there seen in its proper cen A low growl of intense satisfaction ing the air khe breathed IMcdiciiH wll sstitiid tj all calls ficd groceries and all kinds of provisions MiGnire dealer in flour fesd porlz und ull kinds of the jieopie of 1hiu Claiic anJ vii iiiity Oilico over Central Drng Stoc Bustow street Kau Claire W is Also agents for The Atlantic Mutual Life Insurance Co I and ofiiee hours from 7 to 9 oclock A iiB 4 to 6 P M j iv DODGE T I S T Insert Tooth on Plates from one Tooth toa II C Van Hovenberg dealer in gro ceries crockery and boots and shoes Charles Kathbnnv dealer in boots and shoes and Miauufiuiurer Stophen Hoover meat mailcel and provision store Win A Kinnear dealer in books po ter ojlhe rockribbed ciing bald blue and unapproachable Far up in a wild clearing close by the turbid waters of the Was tho cottage place wifd and jerio enough for the nest of an eagle but dear to the heart of Martha Warren as the home where she had spent the happy clays of her young wifehood When bhe tunieil from picture inunes Vankoe notions many a patrician stritor in tile fair old Fhmagiui fashionable millin town of portfcmoijtl to oin f crrf and dealers in millinery goodd t Jwl11 E M Munioo manufacturer of ight with those of tho yonug settler nnJ heavy hanietses saddles elc it was with the full and perfect under ttined the air answeied by the giowl of fifty more of his kind belonging to the pack in another moment they would be upon her Without an instant thought of the consequences Martha obeyed her first impulse and struck the logs with her foot exercising all her mad strength in the blow The frail fabric tottered the soft eaith gave way there was a breath of awful suspense and then the bridge went claw a with a dull plunge into the waters beneath The sharp claw cf tho wolf had arl ready been fixed on tho scant vegetation of the The Behel Dead We litterly fait fo sycapathize with theschitiment of those who would for Bid the rebel dead to Be buried side by side with onr ovVn When the great painfnl death of starvation But is paid itj something held her backGods curse j pett WheQ a was on those who do Towards night a lost robin beaten aboiU by the storm stopped to rest a moment on the rock seized npon him antFrent him irj twain with almost savage glee for her child to devour who three days be fore would have wept at the sight of a wounded sparrow A in other night antiday likethe eth er only raore intensely Martha Warren waa sullenly indiffer ent rtow saffering had palsied every noble feeling Charlie inoaned for weak and spent to sit tip he on the rock his head in her lap his great eyes fixed on her r his life bravely in of battle no matter how bad acauseif notadmir aUon at least forgiveness and pity are the natural tribute of all In1850 Czar Nicholas in looking over his household expenses found that ten roubles aday for tallow hail been paid ever since 1799 the item being entered For liis Majesty a cokl Investigation revealed1 the fact that fifty one years before tha Empress Catherine suffered frosj cold inthtj1 libad aiid her physician ordered her to rob her imperial nose not against that of one of her generous v d 4 hearts These remarks are suggested jT t T f or rather alulnP of tallow It was found that or rather compelled by observing tliat Hawkins colonel of one of those regiments which made the name of Zoiiave detestable during the war took occasion in his speech at frhe Union League rooms at York Thursday evening toattack a member of the club whohad expressed himself in favor of a common burial of the union and the rebel dead Such n mar A J FPvKXCH S KAU CLAlllE expectfuily infonrrt Mit j desiringIJontal Work Jii siny tionlluvt he is bfttoiprtpuod to oprato on Utrilt and furnish new one from single tort full vyilcuniyed than any odior Dentist this sidt or Milwaukee ivanMiitcd Ofll Oflicc iiiwtu nni11 ana ncavy nanieiseri sauuies eic n ntis WHII i lie mil ami perfect miller Claw Ct tllO Woif na tritils that lay before fixed on tho scant v v liion biure auJ dealer in irroccties etc i UM i i it i o i f i i r ii ll fche would walk in no path of rock and ho he d t u Clare oioO G v upland tnercliaiit tanor and r 1 j tUlk1in rlMlkjiable tUUld jioses ior years to come much of life j struggling with feroci Allen vt Huffman rotanraiit ind wit spent in tho eternal solitudes gain a foothold the n I r i hicsUucil Douleis in hulls camlie etc i where pilence was broken onlv hv fhf into tha fihasm nftPri there a moment ferocious strength to spent in tho eternal solitudes gain a foothold the next ho slid down where pilence was broken only by the into tho chasm uttering a wild howl Ely it Vail iLsidenoo Uaimel X Y I wild winds of tho forest he shriek of of disappointed rare ikMUis in villatt1 lots andeal estate L I in village lots andeal estate Fi fiuiricr 14 A Killer iKvl mo nielodeoiii and cabinet organs in and agent for j the river over the sharp rooks or the Martha sank on her knoes and offer ij dismal howl of Hie edmouthed wulfjedupa fervent prayer of thanksgiving afar m tlie wilderness for her cacapo but iiifori the of tlie consfrousiess that thure ami N luis illson the noti11 N H id to attend to all Kir Ltnling and Marshall jeweler aud diuto was no iummn beingnearer to her than c shortest notice graplur AloO ibalcr in clocks auvl vutuhed i r T r utcnt n tviilto n n i i r Ue sotilcnicMit of Loids iliil ten mi V Jv r Bindcft tpachcroi mubic and n unil chiitlren cilT ia Fyc niui ihe GhrnllinHouse Uroer Wulls blackhiniihs and man duller in piuiosand melodeona EKn Claire Nov KG MAIN 4tf Brick ttioikl STR ALM A W riC ONS1 N ulactuiti5 of sod and breaking plow3 i KALi CLAIRF tlnongh the pathless woods she waa not more than twenty feet distant from tho shore of the river but she might as well have been thousandsof miles out in W H GATES Proprietor Tho Host accommodations funiiOKd Good ptabMii in connection witli tho house There was little to fetir from Indians tlie ocean The water was deep and although a few of the scattered tiibcsjit lan with almost inconceivable ra yet roatfied oveithese primeval hunt pidity forty or fifty feet below her over rocks so sharp and jagged that it made her shiver to look over the J Burgar Company dualers in groI iag gromds They were mostly jv cedes provisionj cuckcr trlassu arc i doilung boots itmUhoes lo and Jlrs etc Uarstow alrctt IcGiliis ClaiU dealers in ntvdy niido elothinir bt Yankee IHJlions and rciis kind heart miluially prompted her to many acts of friendship towards brink Her only hope was in her husband and M to re piuring a kinds of inuhiiuMy nul on to Allen Harris ilealiirs in nil kinds of furnitnttt and IKMISC finiiiolihig goods Ilir stovr stivot iSIiiialnfl s Jo dealeis in sloves i benefit ciiiei yivcn to repiirine A f every Oslkc and O dealeis 111 sieves huiness pUiccat Cos Iron hadwue tinware nails glass ete Bu Fouudry stow street Qlaiiv G G Teall vCo Yankee Clothing i T T7 o ti i ytoie dealers in ready made clutiiinu CEXTRAL HOUiSE Ckttndlcr WM ULHICH Proprietor j 1his House hnvitig been rocontly refitted j nd is nov ready fr tho recep is luts Cipj slxjoa and Yan kee notions B ust Street II Tiibey denier in hardware ear yiontcra tools tinware ttoves farininij iui ploiniiitv etcliarstjw si teat them and an Indian never forgets a j Should he return aft the expected time they might still be alive but if by any accident he should be detained be yoiid the time Sho closed her eyes and besought God for protection and Tlie purple mist cloaiud away from the scarred foiehead of the dominant old mountain the yellow htm peeped over the rocky wall and Mai tha tuin el to the perfoimance of her sim ple domcbtic duties The day was a lace She tore open a vein in her arm with her scissors and made him drink tho blood Anything she said to horscslf to calm the wild wislifu yearnings of his eyes Tlie boy raised he sat up and peer ed through the darkness Mamma he said Papa is com ing 1 felt him touch me She wept at themockery and diew the child frantically to her The night was fair lit up by a new moon by a deadly exhaustion agaifist which she could make no re sistance Martha fell into an uneasy slumber which towards midnight was a staitling cry She sprang o her feet and gazed around her No her eyes did not deceive her here on the shore stood the stalwart orm of her husband and he was eall ng her name with the energy of des pair1 She could only cry out 0 Mark Maik and fell acaseless to i the earth When she awoke to consciousness she was lying on her own bed in the collage supported by her hatbands arms It was no dream She and her dar ling boy were safe and he came back Many weeks passed before she grew strong again but Maik tended her as a tnother would an infant and by thi timo the autumn frosts fell she was tho blithe Martha Warren of old At the time of the freshet the bridge over the Ammonoosuc had indeed been swept away but Mark impelled by an uncontrollable present iment hud ciossed the river at the rik of his life on a log raft anj reach ed home to find it vacant The descendants of Maik Warren and his ivife still dwell among the fer tile valleys of the Ammonoosuc and the old men still tell to their grand children the story of Marlha Warren aad her child hel Gold and hungry and drenehec by tlie mist of tho river Chailey began kave this house daily Jor all Norlhj SouthKast West voilj 1 j IIAULINUAND DKVYINU I wish to inform the pvop riVolvors etc ai 1 ot iimlu aro and utlery Robert Ilantysch wludetal anil i tiportir of wines liqroi biccos ttc fatreet re8t Hanis all ki long une but it wore toward evening cry for home She could bearany and the gloaming comesmuch sooner thing better than that She took off in thoso politudti than in any other j her own garments to fold around him The sunlight faded out of theand held him to her breast and sang junglazcd windows though it illumine Iiim tlie sweet cradlcsongs which had I the distant mountains for sometime yet so often soothed him Cue tho fietco liowls of the wolves A Colt with a Human lace A colt with a human face is the la test sensation in Lewis county Says the Ameiican of the 14th We learn that a large gray mare belonging Jo Ilobert Harrison a farmer residing about five miles west of La Grange javebirth to a colt a few days fckice having a face slraivgely resembling the human featuies divine In every oth er part except the head it is not unlike any other young cult and may be con P to Is cars misrepresents in every sense the feel ing of the grand do not al lude to a scefet organization by that name It should be left to southern women and radical politicians to ex hibit such animosities Ko northern father lamenting his son need fed wronged to know that a darling of a Viiginia home lies by his side and i the two soldiers bravely as they con tended should become con sfiions of that neighborhood we hav oc fear that their longlast rat would be disturbed would they clasp their warring hands put face to face and sleep likebrothers reconciled Shame upon such unmanly bitterness No true American will nonor himself more than by rebuking oveiy manifes tation of this hate that decends into the grave and makes separation be tween the bones of men Out upon the thought that the rank id file of the southern army were trai tors and criminals They fought hon estly and earnestly in a findcause en during in many cases privations of which our own troops knew little They marched barefoot when onrboyt were well shod They went hungry when ours were filled They3 disputed every inch of ground with desperate valor and yielded only to destiny at ast They proved themselves in life foemen worthy of our steel and their mouldering bones may well rest in peace by the side of our bravest and dearest Their difference with us were all settled when they fall togeth er with ours on the field of All that is left of them now is only mmaiu Vengeance need not follow hem into the grave Pity may weep over them Patriotism may cover heir failings rememboing that they were children of one nvotlrsr and their alor sprang ont of the samo heroic iock Beauty may strew flowers up n the green mounds that hide such louragoand high resolve And Col lush C Haw kins may mind his own inesa and be ashamed fo wage war Hiore fiercely on a dead than he did ipon a Irving Repub ican cigus to aul Mailha wont out in the scanty gar Cue tho Metro liowls of the wolves anv other young colt and may be con den in inhale tlieodor of the sweet pinks and the sullen tb tinders of tho liver sitler01 wel1 formed Pto Is ears anLjontho meagte root she had brought i his little heart with terror and the lui manlike face Riker and j her idd home i all the long daik night through Jm The eyes arc smaller than usual and sutiouiry perfume canied lier back i clung to her neck crying verjTexpresbive the nose is flat wlule totlJCt ii V T l j I t linst i IK i lin f imVf la VI if or since tho days of the Empress unde three different House ac counts weie chargeu with isir roubles daily Suelrfe imperial red tape Josokus says he has seen a great deal about railroads carrying passen gers throughwithout change and as he was a Iittltv shout the other day thought hed try it The experiment resulted in his being put off intho ditch and he declares theres no be lieving anything the newspapers say If QiT i i A man on Cape Uod adver tised hiswife as having left liis bed and board she retorts that she went away for a couple of weeks to earn her borad and that the bed belongs to mother i A boy was sent by hip mother to some stove wood out of tho old railroad ties Going oxvt doors short ly after she found the1 youth sitting on the saw horse with head The mother asked her hopeful son vvy he was cast down and why he didnt keep at his work The boy answered thus My dear mother I find it hard veiy hard to sever old ties In Indiana a railway engineer was1 recently killed by an accident and theaxlthiuistrator of his estate bvougnt a suit for damages against the parents of three boys who had placed obstruc tions upon the track and caused tho accident and a verdiet was1 rendered in his favov inthe sum of time since a gentlman died in the town1 of lr who during his life refusedto believo in another Two or three wceics after his demise iis wife received through a medium a communication which read as follows Dear wife I now Please scud me my thin clothes fc1 iii ti i n ii v u iu liiv line mav bo lct VM fiOS KIN et Claire Dec House in mcmoiy to those days away in the to go home to papa lbe aisthin the UOTC haviifg 1 Day dawneJ at last tSy pale only a ridge through the centre Tho with HMS grateful cliaim W 1 I t v r A HoajE oil ohed their spirit over a The calm portraits of the great and vorthy dead exercise a great influence ver niG I could look on those over ay fireplace until they seem neither bsent nor departed bulIiving ivery good picture is tho best of ser nons and lectures The sense informs he soul Whatever you have have cauty Let beamty be on thcf papei your walls It is as cany to choose a paper suggeitive of the lovely in form in color as the uncouth Wliv A little sevo i years old ceerilly called as a witness in a police court aad in answer toa question as o what becomes of little girls who ell falsehoods she innocently replied that they were sont to bed IT dooms fehat there are grades among tlio tradesmen of London One ofj the pjapovs advertises among other scjliools onfi where tlie daughters of ohl may icceive a good edu cation without associating with tho daughters of mushroom mercllants and quasi gentlemen fervent church member recently astonished a prayer meeting by suppli cating for the preservation of the fives of the young ladies of thecongrega tion and that one ef them be eventual ly reserved for him On being rctnoa strated with by one of the brethren he sad that such was the honest wish of his heatt and thafc he didnot tha impiopiipty of praying for it TIJF London Star is witty The land in England is to be owned by some truriy thousand men We have heard of a person who was awfully uneasy in his mind lest these thirty thousand out of patience with C1LVS NUNN C M Co T i i i mcmoiv to Laos Dr F M havens physician surgeon r and accoucheur opposite Central I spent with kind IrienIg and vci cu K Jchceied hv bright t young hopes But swimming through tho iiikly bky the uioutn 3iPs alul clvin are modelerf aftei jEach chair eae U jJhoiigb the thought of home and kinpallid foTecast of a sloim Weaki luiman form and ae chamber service Dr A J Ftcuch dentist Ofike overclred made her sad not for a moment and faint from hunger ami sufleiiag CentralProg Barstow street ididhe cgict the fate she ha 1 choen rntensolv from summer is restaurant and billard i disgusted with reform wonied by iai lia not every household objoct be J IK io i at the increase of pop each table each tea 01 ulation should one day combine and give the whole Biitibh nation notice to ANDREW JACKSOX L7 AT01IMA A cold foof snnk VTv Gregg attorney nml vuniioiiwi at law Ciiippewtt pfpneimint wliere he had been playing it was night again ug ruohardnn clcik of hoard of j umi WAS uot to be seen Bhe called i down over the mountain followed by KFU ind I SrpxTvisoiV of Cliippcuu county Pays tixcs i f i u 11 ji iiif ivuiv uiu chipnevm FvlU Vsir Ins name I nt only echo and the roar a drizzling ram which before morn w and every object fen The colt has no teeth whichis nnus Kitchen or parlor for the home of ual and it cannot obtain its nouaihi poor mao ailrsun or Tin Qouraut Was tho ofthff ment from the mother bulwifiil milk would have them all worthy of a home fist daily newspaper printed in tho with a poou Its breathing seems j of fmllh Englibb he firt mimber of difficult and hard and it w not very which apiKaied in London on thelltl active being loth to Maud upon it Himrsisa resolution havj March 1702 It was a little half feet We have givea tliis account ing been introduced into the Methodist I nintej on ono i t i F J also of the swollen river replied changeil to a perfect deluge faint hope re river rolo fearfully foaming milk stnblialsmcnt oa Barstow sucet pnmcu on ono siav only from thodebciiptioB furnished us by a general eonfeionce condemning thus coilsibting of nfc onepagc of twf gentleman who saw tha colt on Tnesuse of tobacco and huttiug out fromj colntmis rho Didhl Couranl Jaslea day afternoon and numbers of onr tit j the ministry all persons addicted olj a fcrtfosfe izens are going out to see it everyday nhe weed ii anyform the1 New Yorkj It is thought that it will rot live Vnt Tribune comments thus should arrangements will be The liberal and enlightened spiiit of e to exhibit it over the corntry j this proposal cannot be to warmly the above was in commended As soon as it passes Toys asitl FANCY Win HAS the most complete assortment in the Valley and is bound to sell them cheapIf You dont believe it go aud sec u tbe the shudderiug roar like tlie peal should isoned earthquake fn lt ov STT that followed was no bcti s Arched snd ashenCvhite wo the colt died on trust llev AC Biugham who offered but wiiLant stjceess Her ft ray of sunshine I Tuesday night A new fear arose in ihe heart ofj save whore it flecked with spots i Martha Warren Tho tmbnlsace cf1 Iul yon bring a certificate of Bro dealers iu marble mon1 of vhite foamit flowed on but a W 1 the stream must hare swept away the the otd mewnres to close Kingdom of finona Miim j ghe hurried down bridge oxer which her hubbaiicl wouliil tr With frantic haste scare clearing thought was the liver Black as 115 t place among the many imitations which speedily sprang into existence and even in the days cf tho Taller and the Spectator the critic amoag lbe London dailies with two I it will draw up eleventh command1 A TnAU trip ment to fee effect that Thon Khali 1 Saratoga trunks four bandboxes aud smoke nnd will take a woman urnents etc iv before her She hurried down imdgu ov T Bryant general agent lor theIUCw Howe Sewing Machine Co No 410 Mam the hmik calhugout Charlie Charcross on t street Milwaukee Wb i lier letaiaed Tt SlLSvN Y The chiWa voice at same lit She gave ni tfTinPS AH LfttU M ii A his rctma and ho would be against all sinuors Hey sii and should I nsdo sHiiff diink tea or coftee play wid a cortifikit whin I bad the ouid chcckciu ctoqnet or bafe ball or rciiil A hvo t Why is your nose iu tbe facg Because it is tbe ga aoa EiCuicuicSi for days may he for iveeKt for Iqst ScotiV novcb or itaiSe on ll
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