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Wisconsin Pinery (Newspaper) - September 7, 1860, Stevens Point, Wisconsin C CO VOL 22 TO THE OF AM A YEAR IN ADVANCE CITY OF STEVENS POINT PORTAGE COUNTY WIS FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 7 A T WISCONSIN f C SWAYZE FUIt Oil um 100 3 00 uiro til mouth CO one year R tlr li J Thf I- Lite newspaper I worth the attention must lie In nj o- corporation can be e SWA ZK A Co Surgeon St EVENS POINT WIS House i X K Tj'llencral boats lo ami E-'KAKKSS Bindor mav bo left at the AND KUl Main Si reel 1 Lore Henri 1 love Hie happy merry That never to H bids the gloom of care things to-morrmv A t liko will taste of bliss In spite of or Wlh surb n heart play my part On on thro life together 1 but that Ki Whu never yields to It To yield eel In hopes tu With a IV my fate In spit wind or weather Kroin year to onr course we'd On on I love the merry milling face That wears no from space The checks beauty With a Iwart I'd play part In of wind or weather On on life tin old Slory Ono rainy March evening 1 hid lied down in my and slippers when the pleasurable home sensations to which I abandoned myself were disturbed bv a sound as of small nnd undecided les at my study door Como in A white-headed urchin with a ed entered Well Tummy Tommy pulled off his d brimmed straw and a sleeve across his before he not to bo his loss Ho Imd bought nnd paid for it Something must been the mailer with the creature or il would Deacon Ho could afford to lose tho 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 lo see if he out but seven Just my number neighbor Wilson Sho must have laid on ono somewhere and killed it in Uio suggested Wilson the know my pig by the spot on Iho left added Well if you ato positive that il is pig you bought of mo you csu tako Deacon Wilson was positive and ho look it two into a clump by the fence son was excited wonder his hand bled as he lied Iho pig in tho bag Don't smother it said tho good deacon softly Ike whittled Iho wilh his nil time and tolled quid knowingly in his spit expressive obeyed away will wistful eyes lather took liuys said iho deacon you it from bo and il to a pen done well to and row if vou in a corner of iho yard Then j want to you can I can't he took out remaining nnd threw Il is loo serums a thin 10 sco -i Iho stone After Mary bor deliberately who been out returned to the houso i and debits his manhood by n lie 1110 where arc they father bag child How many Two child I want to see them to night into tho house You'll searo em so they won't eat Mary reluctantly The followed 1 not room hero lo sont Wilson was not willing tint even his wile should bo present How much 1 then having never ted tho wretched man before bo sent I won his confidence an account of his camo faltering from his lips It a confession he length by fatigue bo wilted and bis arms dropped to his side liko unto closing of u of when ho forth in following strain which can bo appreciated only bv WHOLE KO no ho with tho folks living near niu is a little girl a farm man I and a big stout Irish girl But yon can't get any information out of me I'm a woman of fow allow meddlers Tho w now worked Beautiful had been dying lo make to I not for a I took the burden ihen commenced leu 1 havo waded streams slammed the door in hu lace the task of and of spiritual mountains and jumped From her remarks however he guidance Of the past I o say How 1 have stubbed mv Iocs gained the facts with a troubled look and a in Tlie much but of Iho present of the infinite future beforo him of iho soul that lives forever of Christ tho Saviour of sinners 1 the words that were given lo 1 save out of tbo of my own heart 1 was with him in all ho had suffered and my soul said my brother He wept like a child and 1 held bis bend upon my bosom Xo matter n lifo may have selfishness degradation insults leavo upon it is not one utterly lost to I kindness sympathy Open but iho heart and light will How i s ro daily fur soino weeks Also good Deacon Brown to see Have you been the pigs upon their fi in Luvo storer n poke him and him and blessed died A Physician over Oilier vt AT LAW Co of AT LAW Stevens Vis LAKE CHICAGO S nnd Counsellor at WIS j lo answer I ye Who r Wilson al mv Mr who I Tom my He's on 11 mo his notion to 1 lu j for yen from sweet into ul a ii is not so in hiir III dinun out of you by dm of his the lire liis I liim whili en my bouts and i i This I o it r r m o r c u s s i o n Matches I it 1 Alt of over in il Point I LAW WIS me and see j door ami found a nig lying on the Mr went lo look and lie much tarli Some had at the lakeii this has out and inons Id lei him that bin wa- iliseovered It certainly was not hut one hist i d Mary was a 1 I certainly mnn lie of if ever you there wasn't bul on the of and mv nne i he his 115 insult over all for All but never an of Cod's law goes That is not final is ami he on whom lion falls ib To rling to any sin is dentil and blessed is tho iron of that tramples it mil of our mulls us il may laughed the of his lidd the a stoiy I liji Mill foni I M Iio hut lie up agin the took from horse's at it fell of il il and Ihen afler his and a il into within foot of me at to at mv to cany and an i his us the load nnd mixed np the and mud with of And I may as how lite 1-iUur to called j Mr a man with a nnd a f.unilv to reach at no diMant day you know belter I tu al a averajjc level of prosperous j luMS Keep if yon ty hih moie had J 1 of CM ing as if bad been an attempt to lake from his own baek Not long went lo purchase some al llm of iho we've a of you 1 Who asked for cried 1 tothii of thu time ho could not group of loungers but somo to If the boys coughed in more than a times against sonio infernal stone or thing of that kind and barked mv against some cussed all mid to tbo where wt for thy enke say you bo mine land of tbo rhinoceros 1 inns nnd the enjoy love a tropical Do you this nnd tnc ah A bright tear blood sparkling m tbo right corner of her lull eye tation seemed to sion of her very soul her frame ered liko n plate of jelly nnd she aboul to collapse when they were startled by of something of a falling at their fuet and in instant they wore ered with pumpkin throwing to by bis coat tail caught nnd ho was at the mercy of thu old rage who renewed tho attack with another shower of pumpkins and other to numerous to mention which caused him to belch forth in the of dispair Lucinda ing nil her earthly hopes dear tho penalty ot his rash presumption and Iho and of her ia made a for tho clothes seized a clothes pin and it Miss Abigail aged for- never has no children worth 000 no brothers or sisters carries on which after all was about nil tlie information ho eared to A Virginia Turkey n down old and n nl most undoubted honesty und truth and he would sometimes tell tough stories lie as he called him the other day and after cussing and discussing various mailers to their masters fell tbo conversation Sam Well Cnfl how you O 1 isn't no is all de folks down at do O day is ablo to bo round do olu man's darter had do doctor de other day He camo in looked at her kept her said she was nnd guv her a do doctor go she up mi threw do pills out do window Sho wouldn't take no pills no Wai do olo cock 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 cock yer SCO A A I and thirl as a ii was pit Tins rain poured down on Jinan like a pack of hungry i a of the up rumpus itli to that of an empty about Just lit tins point iho cant from the into the j found a ol deacon's j tail in his pocket once hu I a pi nnd was lo wo swim of depth thu seized a bottlo re- galed himself with a born of old rye I at WISCONSIN of POINT MANX house lias nni th will be for in ilic hot style on the 5 tM Point ami 1 mile north of Plover S H O Ull POINT WIS St Steamboat Landing j B Proprietor VAX KK Counsellors al Law POINT WISCONSIN entrusted to ivill re- Prompt and careful attention in t's row Main Golden Salve for t MOSKS Agent of itin Although tho engaged in taking census yet they occasionally meet with who them no little amusement Their is n bard one and exposes them to charges uf from those who tin not really thu of numbering the ple Ono of the marshals of Now whore lield of is in tho bright ot murky at a place somewhat re- downward toward from railroad swine of depth mid sketched with nil dk on liis door in lie one evening n in thi the fill Hi if trying to boro gimlet hall when the pretended killing of a pig holes into some in the lien cries ol Wilson 1 Sucb Mich tif the hoys p sobor when cries ol Wilson 1 Wilson Jun 10 so were life their axes wb a j man I was now it visit lie had to lav day he his horse and j vm entered lU to have any intercourse r to seen a stray py this with his a nnd con- I a hviti almosi alone his youth front a litter of nine nnd A know M for them he lo homo I tho world everybody mine yol out over the most wretched eon and I thought most likely had run of his wretched life His daughter j Mary marriid and removed to the An awful silence followed this an- i West his other children had or He had a bag to put them in nnd they were foon caught and lied up with no little squealing on nnd with excitement on tho of the will you carry said good Deacon you And the purchaser j a pig into each end of Iho bag i laid across They'll soon stop that Licking and squealing for they'll smother before you got said iho Deacon lisk cm laughed Wilson as ho off The pigs were soon still and after somo distance towards his homo remembering the deacon's ing Wilson thought ho would stop and see how they wore gelling oa Ho stooped down and tickled the lillle fellow in Iho tied uf tho lie grunted and kicked Then ho tickled his lillle traveling companion ill tho other end of tho bsg gavo sign was broken only by i him His still clung to the grinding ol the steel upon iho stone j him n moping disconsolate j nnd the sputtering of tho water The once the daughter of n respectable j bovs held their countenances which now iho wife of Wilson son grew anxious Ho rode up lo fence dismounted tho bag opened it and look out the flexible foroi of pig number two II held It 111 his hand and l -i r od flushed with suppressed inside I be For some lime tlie poor man had been worse than usual hide Tommy at turned to ex- Howard sou of Charley tho amino i di came lo i very night and you MIV one of thoso pigs got morning to tho chores and most came home lasi Tommy led tho iho tack door The wind almost de- as of its strate all was at- tacked by a spasmodic convulsion which to bo beyond the er of an JI D to allay While nature was the di- does in the proceeding chapter there eat at the stained glass window of a mortgaged situated upon the of a lofty eminence and closely by the peaks of the sides enshrouded by the green of innumerable dead trees and stumps roots were iit said the deacon nnd and lined out liko nets i I furled my wot umbrella nnd entered I left lo dry iu tho sun whose genial warmth imparted life to the distinctly Wai I ain't sure about his coming j wilh him U n looking answered but he's got out and that light of our where else would he go to lantern nnd cheerful Another tlie deacon looking in comparison at his neighbor anil his neighbor looking i lonking and object discoverable at with an in- an bent over a terest he never beforo shown in j hearth with its on its knees and horses Charlev turned tho its ace buried in it's stono Ike held another axe Iho water lisped and spluttered as revolved in tho trough haggard face We'll go to tho yard and sco if the j do kir in sepulchral He's said the figure looked up Such How do you pig is said the deacon with It is for mo lo ask you that question liko a sigh Mr Wilson pig number two was pa resuscitation it lay handsome and ns ever only tho life gona j 1 llu fer but all lour iho yard together ro was pasi Vou will know you seo it accompanied hem j l first probably in hinted the deacon replied Wilson confidently years that ho had bom addressed ai Mr Wilson It was a still period since any hail spoken to him in tones of sympathy and I took bis out of pig's and j hand My touch or tho tono of my Wilson scrutinized the asj voice him strongly He o choked and presently was willi a appeared lo him to bad thai the i pig should die on hit hands It one on lop of IKe other two Tho deacon counted coughing I over him and unti he Ind took n feat by i f i bis side holding bis in mint for ol spider a lovely maiden of iivo feet ten by oyes liko two knol holes in n slab Her hair was of the color of the glowing on n Christmas hearth and bung over her of alabaster like unto several cows tails throw n carelessly over a fence She sat apparently musing with a cucumber in her hand and a torn cat on her knees when tho was broken by Iho monotonous sound of n Jews harp at the window eyes started from their sockets and she was about to fall on the floor when at the moment a flash of lightning revealed to tho form of her devoted at tho dow and in an instant she was at his side when he drew his ponder oils arms symmetrical i her to hia in getting in- formation from an ancient maiden whom bo addressed on the TaHn tlie are yon Well I reckon yon can't lake none here She was indignant at bis first re- Taint none ot your business who lives here nor who owns this place It's paid for nnd every cent ol tax on it tow Taint best lor you tew come snooping around to lind out matters that don't you Her body interposed at the way although thin and wiry pre- vented bis into The marshal would gladly have taken a seat but she no such luxury So her inquisitor I what next I wonder Perhaps you'd like to have onr pedigree right down from Adam lint you cant I sped you're fellow from York como out to sec You'd be our senses indeed The Marshal tried to explain ters to give her to understand the necessity and requirements of Iho law and particularly to convince her that be was not a resident of am Jle utterly failed however for bis next question only increased her anger I got any children Why you puppy how dare yon asperse mv Hero liev i lived for years and never been ton miles from home doubt my ty you'd better go to our minister ho knows nil about mo lie lived hero when I was born he knowe I possess in tho world is this farm and tho two houses down to tho lage worth altogether about fifteen thousand dollars He can tell you that I lived with my father till he died having no brothers and listers and that I never was marrit and I whom you limy devour better go back agin Tako So took him away an him another hour dc company 0 yep tie company wailed Wai I brought do turkey in an massa flourish his big knife agin nn try to ent him but bo couldn't do it no tmh Tako him away an bilo him an- other So I him down info do en ngin de company dey waited I brought in do turkey agin an try massa git mad Take him away an bilo him a Ro I took him away an bilo him n week do company yea do company waited to seo de fun out Wai in a week in key thought ho got him dig time sure but ho couldn't cut a hole iu him do olo cock wouldn't be cut send for dc doctor to hab do examined Do doctor came look at do nil over him Says lie It's no you can't bile dis turkey for ho has taken a box of bio pills an dare any bilo iu him ho London Star says the com- of the is much less now than beforo tho of tho cheap dailies In th whole of iho daily press of United Kingdom about 70.000 of which tho claimed and Iho rest was divided among its rivals in Doublin and Times had then of tbo whole circulation of tho country la Iho whole circulation of the nal press in tho United Kingdom is about 33.000 of which tho Times still or not of Tho rest of circulation is composed with Iho expectation of of iho high-priced journals of tin ny daily press of London Manchester Liverpool Glasgow ic which is supposed to amount to daily The Star thinks that the now is considerably less than Pickpockets traveling in the of Prince of At in Quebec on Sunday at which tho Prince attended named WM robbed of chain of ber W Mora men are drowned il wino cup than in Ibe
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