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Baraboo Republic (Newspaper) - March 1, 1856, Baraboo, Wisconsin At Old County Copies Payable always in TI i will be inserted in THF at othe it Wisconsin SAUK CO IARCH 1 1856 50 R W N A V V County W is r L Secretary of the i Baraboo Cemetery Coffins nf quality mid J fur the GEORGE IK WIN SON COLUMBIA AT LAW in City if CLARK Solicitor in Chancery Bamboo Feb full B L x c E A G Will by in first class Wis lin it OF MY DATS I'm there comes weary cheer too And and j Ceveland 0 Law and Land Agent c c REMINGTONS Attorney and Counselor at law Ihv in the Conr BY rn MIUK in- THU would trave Ho IM will tl and an attentive hostler 10 And hopes as ligM 1 Dour friends arc far my But still The happy face LAW Sank Land J M AT LAW iis of H north pictures nil kinds As I business to ucn.nl mw all IP J 1 ELAND AND and AMD A I City Sank sell on commission and transact til business in thn line of their lands find in a wo d v Of n witli ravon And us snow To when others spurned child She'd sooth and give relief care Her bolls sweet Long passed I- lunging ISmo o'er earlier I hive care And the prize looks fair Sherwood had indeed returned to his home Hnd returned wealthy His dearly loved Uncle and had gone lo he was happy in the lhal his lasl days were spent enjoyment of the many comforts with returned thanks lo MS Creator for his great goodness and in an frame of Mrs He reared walk which leH through a beautiful i The i of the j casting of light across old familiar path which pursued with delight As into little his attention was was She figure of gathering flowers on its margin was dressed in while hat she wore concealed her face from view something told him it was Delpha but He But mother he returned home aftel year's of oil true to me and I oh 1 know will let me now j on her mother's lap her eyes raised ingly to her face Mrs could noi resist that look arid clasping her daughter 6 her she Do you love him my child If you do I will not stand in of your She knew lhal Lester Morion did not love and she that in all ability had Her under influence and she resolved to tire deep wrong she had done Marion she expose herself lo her cent Ch and she stilled of Days passed and Sherwood was a visitor Delpha was soon to be and every one was busily pre- paring for the Marion's pale Adventure with a Wolf The Kansas of Si inllo 1 nir COMMUNICATION FROM MESSRS since public nml by an paper under the ply to Mr was tint make me feel unpleasant which was it lo public against UM M M- H Co myself Say you Madison R II will soon il reply to the Who is Will be enough lit t And why has he nol pul his X the article Is ho cowardly t or W ashamed to do it and These a The Kansas oi me oi j These a Louis Republican tells following i much I for him A few days since while riding in the I claimed been rear of our lown in a small ravine thro more familiar I A I IQ mi lit t v which a streamlet quiet way ils crystal covering and ir- rigation has produced tall and hiding I came suddenly upon a large block wolf He was at a place in the and seemed almost famished for er When he saw me he in full run for the forest in the river bottom I kept upon his heels and tried to ride upon him He was almost exhausted and just as i supposed he would give out he ped into tlie hollow of a tree I stopped hole through which he entered came back lo lown and gol an the the assistance of Frank Mahan and Palmer returned to him out The were anxious and we were prepared 1 with our receive him When we a large hole about four feet from dogs jumped at il on the Cav paused perhaps he should surprise her too suddenly phe receive him Years had passed away since they parted could he expect would still regard with 1 his reflections She had turned and was coming towards she had seen from the he m anil j a HUH face often caused tears to gush such barkinff snapping and from the bright eyes of Delpha To be continued you got Wails looking countryman during height of business season Wholesale and howling I heard before woods resound for a great Il made distance and brought several neighbors lo spot Things continued so lor a while consulted what was best lo r UJl But you may rcsl assured I whether article in question is or written by an or a newspaper so long has a responsible backer I shall fore in al you at least its presuming that you will suml by fend il The in my lion which to is thai I staled Mr Merrill agent that A were obliged ta pay per IW Ibs for freight from Then adit makei their from 15 to 05 thai way Now I iKk hail Mr Merrill denied t Show the evidence of il n lie does I will the proof lhal lie did make the Il is miff Mr Merrill sighed a paper which idle freights via cheap and in via the v of my I not I l iin OI my ed and io aim Should have and done could not shool wolf thro I res to disproved il and loo el eat a ntk of Luru ihp of lie ne nuu in f o behind a which would strewn of 0 done height of business 00 great a o 1 ol the largest he for he only appeared goods were ai the c the K HI I ilio tn Thus until above tlie sides Tii urc p And mi SCHOOL be and t- found o ul t this BY I W 111 M and the L and ml Vis iiH ALEX A million u ami inn uvo forhe Sixt MACK I IN Dentistry s of Marion loved a she does she is How heavily words heart of Mrsi encourage you I to her anv has endeavored to No you ho me I ioo and of passers by As she low sweet voice a which they had in He her face riot changed much There dignity i her bearing than when She j I and pulling the i leaves in an manner with one in the other she hold ers she had but How should he make to she would soon discover thought he the bushes she droned ing surveying attentively faiTes of its occupants asked with an Yankee nasal twang Say got any Nails repeated the dignified the firm No what We concluded to atop tl o hole that we had made and fell tlie troo by c lilt ing n narrow gash it irce came down sooner Ihan Frank had the axe The for were true they Wd aid lof their tare too df character If bills ii I by bills I shall hereafter present I gave opportunity to thai my was not iKe another it went over with a crash Why dM The wolf bristled buck and glaring 111 IllS tho lhal nol in flit The individual in search of nails took liis lime about it left the ing In turn he asked every clerk same question formation from all that formed no part their no o principal salesman how whose dignity eyes his we nulls with terrible J he men Wai I may he you wily cleaving its we got no nans em ulj i ni lirs We An with ime express wonder and an emphasis to the door H t his narrow und singu- I f 11 1 iri n out was filled us 5 IT they will visit W f md Gallery WTS in the Court o DAVIS Store m ihu rail bver e m lo suit you US ANYHOW p the of 9 oast in the AND in dark-colored or n DIVISION s Hire 9 o'clock iii the morning Gentlemen dress please W LOWELL burying Paragon Saloon f E a CASE Proprietor Storage STORED AND GASH oi to his was Alone future Why tions as I fancied not Such of Morton which more sensible of He to mind the many he had encountered he sad earnest gaze of Marion such limes would i become be- too plainly should have been more guarded thoughts he but not to sleep morning at the breakfast sealed near a stranger a One looking young man whose handsome rendered more by its unmistakable indications of hardship and He was evidently well-known many came and cordially welcomed him home Trie landlord cime in and evinced pleasure at so unexpected a him to Morton as Ernest Sherwood are aware lhat your Uncle An- sa'id Sherwood how sad the laugh extended her hands but the revulsion of feeling was so that she burst into What my own Delpha anil is you the wanderer home i i Ernest did you come dill you surprise me so re- They start for home fully no two- persons ever were o.r happy ns they no was hurt by the idea uny one should suppose an where he had a prominent place should keep nails the countryman off as he waa a commit inwards anU lar ed lo T merit dread It was a of medium size and of n female hm den in cavity of tree Its and by a of clear tHav lo cover like a transparent skin the en- tire frame Tlie jar lulled tree ered the joints and we drew them out and plated them again in- form the proportions were perfect and i him he wanted said I fie country mail as cool i want to know if you ve as a got any Nails no again and again we've got no could bo as Mrs i arid the window them r tlie house They both ns Delpha into the her say will toiler the lit lie boy She entered ihei room and going to Marion note a good morning for you dear Taming to she threw her aims around and looked up with a bright winning stern bul handsome Who Her only answer burst of tears Mrs to haps the note but she tho paleness ol her face and dated not encounter her gaze Delpha forgot her own is it dear Marion may 1 read it Marion quickly recovered her self-possession and gave her the Delpha MlSS W f- I you low L io bid you forever 1 intrude my presence again not doubt sincerely yon if havn been told hails you'd teller any nulls vyal look mister if ban i got no nulls what an von bo in if happen to the when in flesh of perfect symetry could it have been that thus perished years in wild forest and how came her death in strange were then Witchcraft We COPY from tho New Haven Regis ter of yesterday of one of must for It is a curious and sUry BBd worthy of period of is in i- v it that some maiden who lilte tlie bride in the had concealed herself from hor lover in heart old tree become ed died THE GONG We find rib In io 100 per more for of- freight than our I call upon for proof o it denial upon nil the lira hills which paid case of which we ready to correct that t pur show what that tariff say II W rf document and cmi huve it or see il any lime by calling al our deity charge mare for single lilies less a for light liable or articles are some to which rule oi 30 cents 100 And well the custom R K f I shall now present conclusive evidence Hint my to from 5 lo 25 than via the M K R WM hot only very much Speaking of gongs A widow woman ef btf a ol m of a trio of old e Womans Rights Convention at the Burnell House Cincinnati They had Mrs Trod We been in our own room very long till heard a gong and we give of Ji i 1 H Foote lo G For on C 540 Express charges from of all wicked in mis Al her house in New Haven has en a world wor heen a somewhat 5 c l man named Sly nnd the house has been tho ef of a com pnnv of and ami noises thai and all lin up in of We ll the day of insurrection had sine enough all were awfully lightened Miss Saffron vowed thai i Gabriel blowing his last O If 111 c per lint Freight Office G C U j Footville HI cents per D I ft A C U K 11 Co Hauling from SOB Br 10 come to believe woman us all lhal she pro and that ai her nod l he world would be destroyed lhat he was a little horse lint she bounced into her bead crying is mm a tho all-fired thing shut up and then there WBS n sound ol down fit break necks We were all makin the door i VV U been strengthened by the laet when knocked at that not since followers We ware lo open bul al her ri doso of m it saiu cak believing il no effect ex- m to her Divine mission and nothing fact il was an over- and sa from her stomach her life From me doubt mvw uuu 11 inu i r tcr is to bo my lot I am R respecting her ob Under other Iti IB niin IK i LI U n I ni O sec of me 3 Forgive me for this and think last What can this mean t oil Oh know those friends al Mrs small farmer living in the western part of Hamdeh and who had latterly been are added in a whisper but not BO low lhal Morton did hear beautiful than F vilUge o is a mystery lo me He me Calmly the left the room on strong 1 not various and in late il had the more said by the and the frequent of Sherwood did not serve lo swift current of which he gir i lo sorrow thought Morton it is too true here is the roan who is to have crate 1 shell be intruder go there was surprised Her mother's face was Mother you are ill No child tell BIO was with v said Delpha throwing self ori seal by her side ways of the thai be was was bewitching should die If he Was not re- and that in such an event the destroyed Of old her her Saffron bol J as a lion ed and peeped through a key There we stood with iun minute the door ant wivil in of Hoggins do you think it was J Why nothing bin a poor mean rood deceitful wanting if we'd Come to life telegraphic Mrs Skinflint M am says lir Then says I what was in howling about you silly That noise just nowT oh nothing bul gong 1 recken anil the grinning a gong wan we lell 1 bx c 1 In 80 1 -on c y oft nir spasms were repeated voice we il was some had tinned and let run 13 A decent and so worked upon of party he was loose about the house lo oiu of their Clara poor little pink ribbon round his leek when you left him l CJ cents pVr 100 K C fe C VT B U 0 j Fur to G A CUR on 28 o by some one or more of them belief lhat by so doing the He of old woman would be saved d 8 Ernest Delpha her from ri Mrsi pushed world Woody work X poor you seen him little dear ve you seen i exactly bin here a piece ribbon in sausage catch trout and in Canada freeze into blocks of restore them to by warm any future place or lime 13 Dr 8.00 t SO the al 30 P-i I
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