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Baraboo Republic (Newspaper) - December 8, 1859, Baraboo, Wisconsin Vol i South Stilt Pittite PER Iij do do do do do do it o 4 OH ft 00 100 IS CO 10 00 HATES OF ADVERTISING IX I In Squirt S Squirt f to on 4 co 3 10 2 60 -1 3 CO 1 CO S mm fl mot 1 1 eo 10 oo 7 CO CO 00 4 00 3 CO ra 11 co 11 00 10 00 8 CO 0 CO 4 00 00 Mi JO IM 00 00 901 e oo from III not long fur six we in When I tin mo it might havo to nur ing I can only nmV up lliu of Jmd 1 No being bu to me to I od nt lior it 1 wits lur JOB WORK OF VARIETY WITU A in S A U KC OU K T 1 U A K K tin's U In Mi lianT DRAFTS on mill nt paid an T THOMAS HYAN In Warn Mill nt 1 B L lath tcaa C C AT STEVENS JULES I nil Court nf SIM I in and ho would Hut when I you sponk nnd met your no mo 1 nm And I nm suro I bust I most n child u She rebelled n she in my But was to whon turned room witli her oyen nnd n doop Hush on her chuck j it tu see her with her hand upon lock oven nnd drop her proud liond nnd I nnd 1 who hnd never been could 1 do but n so noble us this bent down bo- ore Sho loved mo Every ohord of her heart thrilled nnd led to my touch yot I not I tried tho key lior lur mo I wounded her cruelly see it now Some wise idon its wny into my nnd whispered I making of my my indulgent nnd would never D K NOTES AT In tin LI2VI CHOUGH AT Sunk Co in A ope its strength in no much I noted upon how had been tried in the of quite while getting nil of yenrs tho deep of bur hlill lying the of her ways If for n time mo out at my I bo no more I again to my heart nnd soul nnd wit for hours over Inw without to her did not So long us she was certain I loved her nhu was con- tent nnd look np her pen ngain mid went on with tho work our hnd Her writing dusk was in my study by n window just l S V NEWMAN JUSTICK OK THIS O W DICKINSON of In Vocal Hiwit nml tunnil mill lit alren In nil en son I lit tlm SopU a lib 18 Jg J CAMP M D Very Ills ros ami nf ami Knit mitt DEPOSITORY of the Court UK SACK nl I tlin mill In from I I nml and On nml nl A Roini lit r nt 7 A M 17 EXPRESS COMPANY will In nil Ilin nl li U U Am Kxp Eli An for nt Warn t i April 90 oOS t f I i i wipply nru nt L F Tlic will com- I lie A nt tlm rrqiiciilpil NEW A nf mine and 1 would cense to hear the rapid movements of her pen and looking up I would find her eyes fixed on my face while n hap py smile was playing round her One dny that found me in a moKt mood The of her lovo halt me nnd I said It is bnd taste Alice to look at any one in that She dropped only too of nn excuse to talk to me nnd came nnd leaned over my chair And why when I lovo nomo one This n bnd beginning of the son I to her nnd turned over my papers in silence Do I annoy you Francis Not much Her light hand was playing with my hair nnd her breath warm on iny I my nnd tried to up fur its loss by at of milliner One kiss she said just one am I'll po away What Alice time have I to think of kisHes Do I tense you Francis Very much She n little faint thn I could hear left iht I had her gaiety awn morning i Thin the fire t cloud in our sky It now 1 loul upon it tho of years how 1 labored to the ol and on which I might have built my life Tho remaining six months of that yen wore months of misery to me nnd I doubt not to Alice for grew thit nnd pale nnd lost her gaiety only too well in iny plan nnd MIC learned to doubt my for her I toll this by the look in he eyes now nnd by in which she seemed to cling dog M if his love nnd wcr now lier only hope to proud to In the wrong an tho breach widened dny by dny In this dog There was a wee of misgiving on Alice's part Hnt beside him with her books or wrl ing nil the n dny who both books nnd manuscript were pi and sho was bending over her us she trie to hush Ids and looked into h fust n n itc hour of lay on tl nor stirring done bent him vith n tho white nnd closed the dark were her with u loving look to hy tho ipiitiotiod him to nip never paid visit to liis grave till I ith tho tie which nnd one morning looking over deeds that linid been when -I in balcony It as the first time I ig iy pen through the hall I took it lip and It n nd burst of sho ho llor of iis she chair Ill I She with blue i I I you flowers ling else perhaps you may ot She over me spoke her hand shoulder 1 me or some time when of her own my chair at You seem It is uid stationing id looking..into my I1 tali happy j lier a little been any system fn ce to my 111 bury it to-day Sho clung to me nnd hid the was scattered over iny I was willing I nt which she looked p with a bright dare say wo will a now beginning this If you She caressed mo again after a queer ttlo fashion of her own indo HIM and consisted f a series of kisses bestowed on my I believe being allotted t two to each two to lie chin to ny eyes She? went this niony with a painstaking lion looked mo face All her und tenderness seemed p before in that nnd ho 1 held ler to my heart and her arms vero Will any one My wifi ad scarcely left mo five moments be- ore the to me I had hown too plainly tho power hnd mo For months I hnd bow myself into in and at her first warm or smile I was completely routed Sho had vexed and thwarted nnd an- loyed mo much during those months t would not do to pardon her so ind entirely before sho ny forgiveness n sudden j and she back into tho room buried in my papers once more I Sho had one hour's at One she the ion my hing up over I have a gift for you Do you If you to me certainly Then nsk trie for I snid nothing but took up my pen Her fell a little Would you like dly in old I snid going on with a namesake of mine by the Saint Francis of to sny one should never refuse Well I Saint Francis j I nm to Will yon have my to to my happy day still happier Don't be a child Alice i It is I know me this once It is such will make mo very I not my word of or the little of -i t Uio looked nt If can bo but tha mnst'lcav1o1its trace like Oh self my chair hand to Do you really lovo mo I said impatient jjf turned Cut my Do Did you lovo ma when pd Francis you lovo Slope you 1 Go not you There a as the ind so white and'raivc white and me i Francis is on this be y and sadly Tho hen and light I so to thin day see the golden tlm nnd 1 my without the kn A- T i Alice became y ill was strongly mended b'y menus It whs for i you choose to give me Only me long for I to go on with these papers The next moment n littlei bronze inkstand mndo like a Cupid with quiver full ot feet grieved nnd up wnn broken in two M Oh you can condescend to lift it with going to Italy lor nnd it accompany They remained nine months wondered joked wife's only I should sboii go her they thought we -a they sitting nt over Alice's letters froni abroad they would what a liad two read those letters over again with were fuil ot incident and interest and people called who had not tho mixture of womanly and childlike playfulness in her acter I hnd I was no more At last tired evening n loiter lying lablc that she would Dover morrow I ib Dover to moot her had worn iny mo sho mo again 1 I worn a bath and made a careful toilet after- my hurried journey was taking my last look in the glass tho hotel came to tell I morn nervous than 1 had in my hand as I her kind heart out Oh my dear 1 mn so glad to see you And we have brought yot well Next morning d little King Charles about her feet I in- nl it not she no that I know how cold and pale slit vas Alice aro you ill up her away in o her met but their ok quite i- ill said But you seen you for nine mouth's tup a My household fairy nnd could only 1 neve ook sweet young face again It was another Alice this -I had my own Alice nnd could re her 1 dronm 5 could not wake I lial mado changes in the and I took rooms on th day after our and showed lie the Sho was please with furniture th pictures nnd tho conservatory an seemed delighted with gci of n J by expressly for her Sh tlm danced throng exclamations of ind I should been fit nt the nd boen but but no morning ns I snt at my solitary in bitter rof nmo so strongly that I went f she long arq we is ol i -I to lovo rl Give mo back Inch I Oh give lost from sent 9 Put -i Frank don't ask mo for Hoe t to iny poor her to iny hohrt Tho in almost tho doad j but she id not my anus and only looked I J Will you -1 thought or feeling you 4 I But I m My dead nnd grave and let us meet tlie ive I my nd my tears fell wait not d of thoin But they seemed to rouso or into a kind of frenzy r sho You who a year ago sowed tho seed has borno this can weep vor your husbandry now Don't nke my earnest God rant never part in wo ever got lovo She quoted those sad words which oor St Pierre uttered on his dying od Quo ferait dans Ic would nil isolated heaven arid lid her hand gently on i Heaven Alice I oved you first mot I loved ou on that dny and love you till I nm glad to she snid only knows what nys at or my life had been wrapped up in Frank it was them at first that could not livo I every one blow Jut strength was lo mo and by uid by Wo soetn two ray shadows Frank wood time and other the ruve may jo set am happy n being in ng that the roof iis nnd hat wo shall oho of us two dies I nnd own camo Ho my once arms around my nock head upon my shoulder and mooting mine Not ns they to yet nnd kindly Wo nro older nnd than wo vero dear Frank sho said with n smile Yet who It may bo that all the love IBS not loft iis yet And thus that chapter of life Wo have upon tho subject since waited calm y years and the light the eyes nf Alice the same deep wad tone thrills my heart I bear her speaking or fringing Aii scarcely bo im Sho was nn and ardent and impetuous iii those days I and my slower bi to keep pace with hers j but what a 1 i i It me Oh you who this remember in and loving look they do thn lio done L from tho igo tho veil many his ol a Philip Maxwell in April a 1700 tho medicine in To removed New he continued of the nd in 22 ho removed to ily j ho the ho Of teii his residence v lie elected iti 1 bo- of tho of ot York by very pto his to iii brt remained in this city removal ol tho troops nnd wo was brought from ast ravages npd many old citizens with of i while prostrated by r 0 m this pity to iii iii Florida i Dr M id mndo the of- nearly 1 among tho rest cii between mid the until the 10 i From Florida Dr Maxwell removed j Fort wid to Baton mined with until the from nnd the of nnd continued in it until when Iii 1831 Tax well his brother Col Ins nnd five others selected a lip of land in present On a portion iis township n few years ago he which is n beautiful Incc adorned nnd provided nil 10 of lifo lore the Doctor breathed his last in io of his family and by friend K who did liing in their power to the hour to every member of the nnmn.family elected Legislature from this county for wo terms and Dr Maxwell leaves a wife n Indy ib Washington of the In of letters ban gone Irving olio of the pioneers fame diod nt bin at Sunny i sWo last evening We refer briefly to of his lifo lie born April 3d in the city bl Now York and iu his year futher his Indy Ho began llib of sixteen Ills first literary word a series tho edited brother Peter in of being with tbu tho Knickerbocker of New the first works published iii the tatter of his 1600 llo edited a for h short limp in Philadelphia re- labors arc well known for a time Secretary of at Administration to Spain by For he loci ti quiet life the scenes made by his Inst work the life of 1 wan completed ho laid his pon but days since in tho Home Journal New York sketches of visits to and ot hly esteemed for her genial nnd excellent heart und one adopted daughter wife of Joel C Esq a well known f this city Mrs Maxwell wo regret o sny is now very feeble having been with partial paralysis fix Mr Walter Indy vere Doctor time of iis dentil About nn hour before his Mr W saw the timing on nnd Inking his hand nuked lim if ho that ho WOT hear is ond The Doctor answered by nn of thn head and tho nil in which worn the last words ic uttered lie diod without n and apparently without any pain it from his ex- would have a great deal Dr M a man of remarkable Ho was six feet in height nd weighed two hundred nnd eighty when in perfect health The himself and Ivo hundred Ho retained his erect posture nnd military gait to the nst IXu full of fun wit repartee ind anecdote and one of best after dinner speakers in tho country lie n of spotless integrity ti nil tho rotations of life nnd no man a widor larger ot sincere nnd M was ior nearly nil bin lifo a of thu Episcopal Church and n constant attendant upon Us AK fut of the St Anthony Minn liis valedictory last Fonr of active service in the profession editorial have revealed to us tho principal ments enjoyed by the an of advice a shower ot nnd nn endless procession of Brown Artemus of the lins for Ids Inst Vy vise to ric for a fo w Adopt a more of reading We ave perusing Testament and ot tho graceful lifo of veteran From those hopes were ed that liis life might yet bo prolonged lor years aro mellow evening of ifp has closed There havo been few lives so sunny beautiful as1 that of Throughout career wo do remember to heard an unkind word of him ho dies with nil his work accomplished Journal Koop Your r i The calls public at- tention to a feature of railroad which hus heretofore escaped comment sition in the cam those who suffered mont and warns TO nnd hot leave thorn in It makes tlm following statements ns far as wo aro Of tho twelve who word killed on the Excursion Train in cousin n few days seven arc ported by papers ns being at tho time of the accident ns Ono in the Post our three in the gage car and three on tho of the five others tho account docs not state where they were but ns of thorn nro be in the employ of the company it to bo inferred they were not in tlm passenger nnd tho other three may have been in their or hot the reports do not say but nil not one Indy or child killed nnd us they wero u party tho is iy of the men were lion of that not by the rules of company nnd tho of common ibey should havo boen Hnd that to on the car door not to stand on been several lives would not have been lost Why will not obey that necessary nnd rulo in they nro wedded to tobacco they must smoke even nt the peril of their lives ov retired to his room about Ion o'clock on tho the nit feeling gnid than and complaining of pain in his apparently not more unwell Ihan ho had been for oral as he reached room nnd while his nicco was hear him ho suddenly full nnd in a moment gone A physician soon him but no mortal nid could tof bring him back I saw him within nil hour from tho time ho taken ho roamed as if in sleep Only last week he wan in excellent health but it being to him that he to 0113 more book and that of his ary answered it is Is tod into now 1 I shall never ngain I have s i entirely given up rlt ing that oven my best lio I must havo No more books now AT TIIK editor of thn Bloomington in bis dietary announcing the of liis forever marOf following sensible Tho J rough wo we issued the first bcr of our last summer has with tho and we bo extremely grateful of our friends will send Asylum nt daily in ot gny
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