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•■ the mo<st beautiiui passages in Alex -
' . pith's new poem is contained in the
T - 3 8oeoch, declaring his conversion to
' £ r‘ty. He cays:
. j.'leU 3 *" '
j. IV [ Christ as my commander take,
; faithful soldier will I live,
faithful soldier will I die.
i ? < the dawn from out t’te heaven comes,
-'AA th* craggy mountain’s highest peak
: ‘ then, falling lower, breaks
Vendor on the fortress on the crag,
i s v makes the solitary mere
- in the wrinkled armpit of the hill,
'v‘- strikes a rainbow on the cataract,
yilh a sunbeam wakes the mi.-ty rale,
’ ' , the light the little children laugh,
Ir ail the world is morning—so
d n n.e, who am the highest in the state,
- li( .w’reiigion will step down to priest.
• ,i' iriestto noble, and from thence thro’ all
.degrees that makes a common
wealth, »
■' -t leach the laborer, soiled with clay,
Christ will o’er us rule in perfect peace.
Written for the Joubnal.
OLil CEMETERY.
Affection has always loved to decorate
•■■■■ resting place ot the departed. W 6
,rn of costly burial places iu remote
; the tombs of ancient people Lave
? <-.d to the world many of their for
„.;a customs; and the same principle
‘ • t a monument to the name of
v •_- :s, now and every where preserves
e jueiuory of those who have passed
-.ve-ers'teli of the beauties of Pera
’ , C.uiisv, and oiimr palaces of the Old
where wealth and art unite in
• .emoration of the dead ; and our
,;.-v = prou lof its own Mount Au
.. ;.i,i Greenwood, its Laurel Hill and
*’ - u a Cemeteries, and many others of
r . J"note; for every city has its place of
s where j’e more precious treasures
■ ... *.:.r its ioy marts contain, and ev-
.*._**e anti rural hamlet, its “other
. itre. white and still, “where the
■■-essre thatched with grass and
"i.-re was but cue “ Old Mortality”
■: nJ a .ifetimo in rescuing from for
. uless names that were no more tv Le
.••.laLerel with the living, by renew*
_• the defaced inscriptions ou time-worn
. istones in the old churchyards of Scot
but there are very many who find
.-.sure in honoring the memory and
;. ruing the narrow homes of those who
re dear tv them; and perhaps there
few whose thoughts do not turn to
k aioMich spot where they would like to
trees and Howers growing.
It i.as been frequently remarked that
...<e displayed in the embellishment
..r cemeteries is fast improving, tna-
- m every yeai mere attractive: at
the Ivve of natural beau- <
i.u't awakening the gentle emotions of
.a sympathy. Bereaved ones love j
. r.get ?.b« ut the last homes of those
•*.- *.* have rust. and recall looks and tones i
■it n * ■ a - i their fireside circles; i
n : . .re r-.'L.;: those who like to walk
-. aifiel cuDUmpiativu.
j-‘. *‘. our own city osiers a se-
• ' retreat. Let them spend an
t" ■> v.' some of these autumn
. >:.■ i.t village by the river- '
i **:;. a low, sad voice of hu- '
in rg.'.s with that of Nature.—
■ :l< dusty streets, and walk among
rk gi »ssy k:..*€-1 < aks, that cluster
. e b.ufl.-*, unto you reach the cem
,s’:d cl*, ‘r the grounds where trees
•rc’-d shadows upon the tall
■ smg among the branches,
. x ..h vers blossom from the time
-. nis-ts open their modest blue
• the mer dess frost chills the la-
‘ Lrgcrers of the race.
: are grassy m . unds. some of which
evidences of care bestowed upon
. and white ste nts are set hero nnd
Here before us are two marble
• - ♦••;! of two sisters gone to join
•he’ ed band above; and near
I;. ?.•: re:-.. vV*. names of two more little
< nes ca.'.eu aviay from earth before they
r an.;-" • to mingle in its harsher
- nnd L wearied with the cayas of
’ > sr.: t see the laughing grace of
a:— s bounding spirits and hap
-etior, blighted by tho frost of
•v'.u; but we cannot know from what
3*r:r.g the grave may hide-—what pain.
isappointment, or wound-
- * tender sensibilities by contact
:..e world. It is said, that though
- : *:r the death of children is more
■• 'tc than for any other loss, it is
•=y conquered by time; for the reason
• ‘heir features, form, and impression
n: re rapidly from the memory than
- deeper expressions made upon the
nature by matured souls.
A few steps beyond, beneath a stone
cu bears her name, reposes a youth
form upon which a mother’s eyes nev
• rested; for to them all nights of this
utiful world are alike darkened. She
er knew tho delight of watching the
‘ : r.s of her child; she cannot behold
glorious panorama of nature; and
ugh., ? sometimes visits this quiet
f'e-r strps are guided by another’s
• Her heart cannot hold the visual
of the dear departed; but how
'* Lave been thrilled as memory re-
: tones of the familiar voice, and
: h of her small hand; and we
’ ? ut doubt that the mother will
her child among the heavenly
'2. though tho blessing was denied
' -■ r ir. rtal vision.
:r in yonder monument we learn that
arce r year ago, was laid the
“ud irame of a young wife who was
"•-todwell in the Father’s mansions,
a home which she beautified by the
Less cf her daily lire—a pleasant
. *‘S where sheltering trees entwine
w , Rv ’ r ? branches, ai.d flowers re
r care ‘ 0 think of the
. ls ‘ oodied spirit, though freed from the
.. ”, wore h erc ’ as >’ et acknowledging
- affection that united it in
• *u ties to those it ha? left, and vet
— D g them with a loving eye.
.;s point that overlooks the rip-
■ .5 *ater, where the careful hand of
?' IDg , lov . e k*® raised a smooth,
•: *e .- ound > lies buried all that could
-tt- ," r ' "“° came among us n few
..r.;.r^ Tnnn i?’ beautiful, happy and
who seenv.’d a realization
of our highest and purest cxpectatlous.
She unconciously drew all hearts to her
by the powerful magnetism of beauty
and goodness; and it was truly said of
her, “none knew her but to’love her,
none named her but to praise.” But
hers wp.s tho rare combination of every
virtue and every grace in her complete
and rounded chaiacter that beggars praise,
And half we deemed she needed nut
The changing of her sphere,
Togive to Heaven a Shining One,
Who walked an Angel here.
But tho angels called her, and day by
day sho fadod. All the devotion of loro
could not arrest tho progress of the Des
; truyer, nor tho beautiful promise of her
I child reunite her to life. She passed in
to the spirit land in tho early spring, and
when another month had come they laid
her babe upon her. breast. Three times
! since then has the returning spring bro’t
joy to the earth—but they sleep on here,
i still and silent forever. We know that
the outward loveliness that was hidden
here was the expression of the pure spir
it that lives and will live forever, au eter
nal principle, yet we can but hold in lov
ing reverence the ground that received
' her form. Upon this half circle of tiny
pebbles at the head of the double grave,
is placed a bright bunch of flowers, that
suggests a more sacred meaning than any
words of ours can express—and wo
pass on.
Observe the marble hand, pointing up
ward, on that white tablet that is placed
above one who was brought hither from
a distant home to die. Husband and
, children followed her to her lowly bed,
and then went sorrowing back, and left
her here where the waves of the Missis
sippi flow unceasingly by, and the sculp
tered band is ever pointing upwards with
unwavering finger, guiding the eve of
Faith up to the golden streets.
Rich flowers are planted around some
little graves beyond. Fair and frail like
them were the baby forms; and the
beaming eyes are closed, and another
mother's heart and hearth made desolate.
Let us goon until we find the spot where
is pllowed the head of her w*ho was re
moved in the springtime of life, when
the unfolding of her nature gave such
bright prom.ee of the woman in the child,
and such joy to her parents now childless;
yet not childless, for they feel that she is
not lost, but with them often.
But we are lingering too long; and
must not stay to read the inscriptions on j
these other stones, or look at all the un- 1
caredfor graves. Not long ago a sweet
babe was laid away hero somewhere; |
and here was lately brought to his long |
rest a man in middle life, w’hose voice j
had long been heard entreating all to so ,
live that death should Lave no sting.
Our cemetery possesses much natural ;
beauty, with its view of the river, and
the varied landscape stretching away in
the dis ance; and with the culture it de
senes of taste and care, with winding 1
avenues, an! shaded paths, and flowery
borders, 'might be made the pride and i
honor of cur city.
Elner Lescei..
Arrest of a Female Secessionist.
—A woman who came from Indianapo
lis, followed by Government detectives,
was, on Wednesday, arrested at one of
the hatch in Chicago, charged with be
ing a Southern spy. She is a person of ,
about forty years of age, of pleasing and
intelligent address, has plenty of money,
rich and extensive wardrobe, bears the ,
appearance of once having been very
handsome, is well educated, vivacious,
well informed on Southern as well as
Northern politics, and says her husband ,
holds a high position in the rebel army,
but what that postion may be, and as to
her real name, she keeps closed lips, and
it was only from her correspondence with
parties in St. Louis and other cities that
; t was finally learned. The name of her
husband is among the leading names in
the Confederate army.
Plenty of Artillery.— General Mc-
Clellan has now ninrty-six batteries of
artillery in his grand army od the Poto
mac.
The young General evidently depends
principally upon artillery for success in
the present war.
Napoleon bad much faith in plenty of
good cannon, and that is unquestionably
the strong arm of the military service in
a great war.
XST The American Agriculturist Ur
this month awards the palm to Wiscon
sin for raising wheat. In a paragraph
relative to it the Agriculturist says :
The largest yield of wheat which has
been communicated to us, is that raised
bo Samuel Charlswortb, Esq., Winneba
go Co., Wis., who harvested 63 bushels
from one acre. Has any one done bet
ter, and if so, how was it done ?
A Good Rule.—A man who is very
rich now was very poor when ha was a
boy. When asked how he got bis rich
es he replied : “My father taught me
never to pay until my work was finished,
and never to spend my money until I had
earned it. If I had but one hours work
. in a day, I must do that the first thing,
and in an hour, and after this I was al
lowed to play; and I then could play
with much more pleasure than if 1 had
the thought of an unfinished task before
nay mind. I early formed the habit of
doing everything in time, and it became
perfectly easy to do so. It is to this I
owe my prosperity.”
X3T Wo regret to learn of the severe
illness of the Governor elect of Vermont,
Hon. Frederick Holbrook, of Battleboro.
Mr. Holbrook was taken unwell on his re
turn home from the State Fair at Rut
land, and is now down with the typhoid
fever. The Freeman says fears are en
tertained that he will not be able to enter
upon his duties as Governor until some
time after the session commences.
j£s»* Singular artillery battalion is now
bein? organized at Richmond, Indiana.—
It is'to consist of 600 men with 100 guns
—the guns to have the capacity of carry
ing a two-pound ball two and a half miles.
A portion of the guns required by the
battalion will be made in Richmond
'I hey will be of steel bft’re’-s, and of very
superior work tn r.n '-hi •>.
THE PRESCOTT JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER LG, isdl.
; FARMING TOOL DEPOT
a r
BEARDSLEY t LYFOKD’SI
O.N THE LEVEE,
AG e S
rou
BRALEY & PITT’S
THRESHING
THE
BEST MU HINE IN THE WEST!
We have two of said Machines in store, and
solicit the attention of
TIiRESTIJEKS !
Beardsley <t lyford. Agents for
Esterley’s Improved Reaper and Mower.
Beardsley .t lyford. Agents for
Whitewater Plow Factory.
Beardsley a- lyford. Agents for
the celebrate i Janesville Fanning Mills
BEARDSLEY <t LYFORD, have on hand
a complete assortment of all kinds of
Farming Tools.
BEARDSLEY & LYFORD.
Prescott, May 15,1861. i;2tf
TO THE
W« have the Exclusive
A. G E ZST C Y"
BOTH FOR
FREIGHTS AND TICKETS
OK THE
Milwaukee ± prair'E du chiex
Railroads; also the ag -ncy of the Pack
et Boats connecting with
Prairie Du Chien & Dunleith.
The Boats running in connection the Prairie
du Chien
Tt A 1 I. It O A I)
Are the best on the River, to-wit:
MIL WA UKE E, I T A S C J,
GOLDEN ERA
A>iD
U'AR EAGLE.
Passengers Going South or East
Can obtain Tickts at our Office on the Levee
at any hour.
BOATS
Leave Prescott Daily, at 12 o'clock, reach
ing Prairie du Chien at 9 o’clock next
morning.
BTI ARDSLEY & LYF’ORD.
Preswtt, Mnyy, 186 J. nltf
C. L. BARNES & CO.,
agents for
AND
MILWAUKEE R. R!
The Shortest and Quickest Route
T O
j\l i 1 w a ui k e e ,
CHICAGO, AND THE EAST.
PKEHCOTI, WIS.<
May l-*>, 1861 n2tf
ME XT iNEfk R K E T
Groat Reduction in Prices'
F'BESH ZMLE.A.TS;,
bacon, lard tallow,
CF THE
CHOICEST KINDS,
Kept constantly or. hand.
6UIN2T PAID FOR
Beef Cattle, Hogs, Veal, Calves & Hides-
STEPHEN COLLINS.
Prescott, May 6, 1861. nl ts
FAIRBANKS’
/IT" btaxdard
O A X-
OF AIL KINDS,
FAIRBANKS <St GREENLEAF,
172 LAKE STREET, - - * . CHICAGO
ar BUY ONLY THE GENUINE.
S I IVF CKOIX KI
tri-weekly packet,
E JST T ERPRI s E!
GEORGE P. COOK, - - - R. C. EDEN,
Captain, Clerk.
TITILL leave Prescott for Taylor Falls
VV every
Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday, at
7 o'clock, A. M.,
Returning at Preecctt every alternate day.
For freight or passage apply on boa: i
July 17, 1861. “ ’ u U’f
S.ALB ffiF WEI® STATE LifflS
i -rc y-
I Office of Commissioners of School and University Lands, f
Madison, July loth, ld6l. x
: state of vvnicGNGrr.'. i ’
COUNTY of Dame. > The following ’escribed I.an ini i Pi<-r-e County hs.vir.g been forfeit*!
by reason of the ma-p*yin® n ’- l>! «<»w, Notice iu hsrel-.- given, that th, same will be ffered for sale at Public
- Auction, at the OSceof the Se=r®t^ r y -,t 3tate, at tho Capitol, in Midison, on the 81 day of December, A. L>
■ unlesa eooner redeomed ; SsH sale to eammeaci: at 9 o'clock A 11., and continue from di>y t day until all of said
' Lands shall have beer bo offered, at tho ;rice named opposite tech tract, which tncluli s th.- .mount due at the time ot
forfeiture, the inforest u;> to ths Lr.U uiy es January, A. L>. 1b63, the taxes returned againet such laud, tho cost of
advertising, and sale of the ssj;.: -ir. ._:.vo percent, damages.
Said Lauda will bo sold subject to all Taxes assessed against the same, and not included herein. The per centage
□f the principal payable at the time ut the purchase, will be tixed by the Coiumissiouers, and will not be less than
ten per cont. f aid Lands will be offered by Counties, arranged in alphabetical order and as published in this
paper. _
1.. F. HARVEY, ) Commissioners of School
samuei. d. H astings, and
JAMES H. HOWE. 5 Uniyersity Landa.
PIERCE COUNTY— SchooI bands.
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MORTGAGED LANnir
Ofij-m of Commissioners of School and I nivor-ctv Lands, /
Madison, Wisconsin, .September 15, 1361. )
STATE OF WISCONSIN, i
Dane County. i
The following lands, in Ht-W GroM". br-ii.;?
been forfeited by r< a ion of th“ non-payment of interest upon Joans granted thereon. Notice
hereby griven that the same will b<» offered for sale at public auction and sold to the highest bid
der.. at *!;♦ etii> o of the Secretary of State, at the Capitol, m Madison, on the 6th day of Dc-eembr-t.
A. I’ 1861. unbss sooner redeemed according to law. Said sale t o commence at 9 o’clock A M .
and to continue from dav to day until all of said lands hare been so olfered. The minimum i■; ire.
at whi.-li such lends will be offered, will be. the amount named opposite each tract, which includes
the amount --f loan; th-- interest to the first day of January, A D. 186'2; five per cent ■ the
taxes w hich h;.v- been r 'timed against wch lands, and the cost of advertising the arnn.
lands w,ll be sold subj- .t to all taxes which may at the time of sale be due upon them. Cthcv
co mi i -us <>t sab will b. aenounced by ’l.e Commissioners at the opening of the Sale. Said lands
will b offered by e - ’.nt ei, according to their alphabet.ea! order.
I. P. HARVEY. J Com/MMs.'ourj - ’
S. D. HASTINGS. ■ Sc/„x». anJ
JAMES 11. HOWE. I University land*.
FIERCE COUNTY SCHOOL FUND.
’ I ST* I ti
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MORTGAGOR.'. . DEJiC-RIPIIGN ',7 ’ ;£ •- 1 I r :
I j! *55 j
! £ : S 71 i g I 4 , > 1 g i S I n= 7’ . vr.
“ ~ '£ ' 1A 'A 1 < - " ''" ‘zZ
Au ’I::'-!, fN I6w 11 $-2<)OILUO $lO * 30.00 930.00 IHRI
Genree M. Oakley.
Sheriffs Sale
w. j. N.*v<n, )
air'Kf ■ I'icrce Co. Circuit f'eurt
A. O. A. Stowell. S
I)Y VIRTUE of un ex*cution iamfo"! oi tof
5 the Cire it Court t.r Fierce county, f.,r
the sum of eighty and 45-100 doilaiH in the
above entitled action. 1 hare levied upon th j
following described property in eaid county
to-wit: The Foulh-w.-t quarter of north
east qu ait er <>i teclion 2, town 27, range 17,
and the north-west quart, i of souih-eiust quar
ter of F.cctiori 2, tc#_r. 27, range 17, except a
pieci in south-westlcff’f' ev, 24 rods north ar d
south b” 13 rods c;ift r and west, which I will
exp'is.. and sell at public auction to the highest
bidder, at the front poor of J M McKee's Book
Store, in the City i-f Prescott, in said county,
on the c*h day of A. D. 1861, at 2
o’clock i* m to satisfy said execution and costs
Dated at the Sheriff's Office, in the eity of
Prescott, this *27th dav of June, A. D. 1-M.
,7 J*: ’FREEMAN, Sheriff.
J S. White, Pi ths Att y.
NEW REMEDIES FOR
SFEBR.Ii ATOK ??MW % -
Howard association, phila
delphia. A D'nevjiai» Institution ettab
lished b’j
the Sick aiui Distreesed, hated mth Virulent
1 and Chroma Diseases, a’-d esp dally for the
Cure of Diseases of the Sax ial Organs.
' MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the
i Acting Surgeon.
VALUABLE REPORTS on Spermator
rhoea, and other Diseases of the Sexual Or -
: gans, and on the new remedies employed in
1 the Dispensarv, sent in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge". Two or three Stcmns for pos
( tage acceptable Address DR. J SBfILLIN
I HOUGHTON. Howard Association. No- 2 8.
‘ Ninth Street, Philadelphia. nllyl
State of Wisconsin Cirr iit Court,
Fierce County-
A’’-in Braley ag’st Phillip BioWn, El*?. F
Brown aad J.al For er. Summons f>i Re ;
lief- -C< in served.
Cl tate ol ’>' iscoTisin, to Fillip 1 Brown. Eliza
► i R. Brown and Jo°l Eoster: —You e.ie here
by summoned and renuired to answei the con
plaint in this action 1 which a copy wan tiled
in the office of ti.e clerk oi this court at his < 1-
fic.e in said county July 13, A P. l&til.and
serve a co: * of *> o*:r answei on the aul'fci bera
at their office in t’.e city of Prescott, in said
county, within twi nty days after the &-rvi<*e
hereof, exclusive «>f the day of a-n’b ee'vicc .
and it you fail to answer the coinnlaint as
afoi said, the plaintiff wifi »pply to Uio court
for the relief demanded in the complaint.
Witness the Hon. L.P, Wetherny, Jttdcc of
the eighth Judicial circuit, at the city of Pres
coit, the 13th day of July, one thousand eight
hundred and sixty-one.
nil J. S. WHITE d JAY. Pi’ffs Mt y
r e so Lit ion .
R’.soht'l, By the Common Council of
city of Prescott, that notice he given t,, ail
parties owning lots on Broad Street, bet* l 'f“*n
Kinnickmnic Street and the store occupied
W D. Stilling, on the West Side, and that • f
Joseph Fr.ner. on the East tide, that they will
he required to build side-walk in froi t of ’l.er
I*4h within sixty days from the publication ot
this notice. All lots not planked iu front »t
the expiration ot the time will be done bv the
city, as provided in Sec. 5. Chap. 6 y>iiy Char -
ter; the work to be done as hereinafter p?*-
vtded. The planks to be two inches thick a*, d.
eight sec-t long, to be supported by four joist,
three by six inches, to lay on the ground or ba
supported by good blocking; tuft sidi♦wajt.:
to be built as near level as posjibk*. rnd suit
the convenience of the storee—all to he done
in workmenlike manner, and under the direc
tion of the Street Commissioner,'
J M WHITTLE, M.i-rr.
W r. Haicp, City C-krk. i-L'r9

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