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Wisconsin Chief, The (Newspaper) - June 30, 1865, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin s I f THE WISCONSIN Published by T W. Emma per in Advance VOLUME 14. FORT JUNE 30, 1865. NUMBER 12. THE WISCONSIN In It is said have wept as they rested and dreamed under the shadows of the wasting glories of Thebes and The mind wearies in the attempt to grasp the glory which once clothed those broken arid falling fragments with symmetry and when the hushed atmosphere was alive with the sounds of busy and the empty halls and streets ing with the throngs of industry and The very rums are clothed with the unwasting presence of and kindling along the is that longing desire to again invoke the surroundings of earlj day If there is such desolation in the courts of an- cient sadness in the silent of marble and must be the emotions as men look over the ruins which are this day scattered around ruins of matter and clothed with the faultless of the and holding the a which the most terrible of ruin cannot extinguish lias no reader ever wept over the fall of some undermined by the subtle currents of until the whole capstone to has crashed down with and hopeless All communities have their history pf such An interest which thrives i surely to be accursed of as it surely is of and hunted from human society as a parent At the Washingtonian a days we were called to look in upon such A strong and an in the picked streets pf where he had been hurled robbed It was the old r history of. rum De- turned put or whether tp live pr die the ers cared his ease added but another dy to the great crime in our land which cries to the very heavens for days and nights he had wrestled with raving mad at tearing his flesh from his leaping from the upper and ing his pwn and the lives of he had sank into a deep slumber at the time we saw chest rising and falling con- as he gasped for the dank matted hair lying unkempt upon the and the now bloodless features more the semblance of than of It was rum in its its the victim in deadly grasp far oat from the hel1 where the fetters were with less flinging the leprous body and soul out to the very verge of death and the A stranger among he had fallen among for the streets of a great and Christian city are but so many bloody where ruin and death are ambushed on either and Had he A mother Gentle and loving sisters A wife wedded to living Children to it dishonor and poverty A father to go down in sorrow to hie It were murder such men with knife or Comparatively honorable for such But tongue or pen fail to portray the fiendish crime of killing men with The traffic profaned the Great Sanitary Fair by its shameless Is there one wholesale or retail who would dare on such an to follow the example of other and place one of these bodily and lectual ruins Why not do it Are honorable men ashamed of the re- sults of an honorable avocation r Ax the recent Strawberry Fair in out of twelve lots on exhibition for eleven were of the Wilson's The Great Commoner among Will long retain its It is the berry the in all localities and under all manifesting its wondrous firm fleshed foe ning or keep those two in f On the table or it der under the People will persist in picking Wilson as soon as and so condemn its And here again to that vast majority who need line upon line and precept upon are not saved we raise Speaking of raising sa make years we raised the largest and finest strawberries ever seen in the 3 From top to we utterly neglected our plump acre by the this spring when we on cattle and and rode the Again raise the largest and best berries seen in the r With works meet for re- we purpose to put that bed in its best with a view of next ing off such a show of size and quality as has never yet been Such results are in the have tried bur hand at lings hundred of them and some of them most but we are not going into the gas business If a man should tender us for a plant of one of the we might possibly take should still believe that better varieties are already to When we find a variety four inches in diameter and of quality in the horticultural world will hear from us in the way of The Hooker it good to and we know whereof we for two wife says three pieces of shortcake of said are resting in that bourne from which no piece ever it is good from the A friend of is ever pray ing for varieties of fruit which do not sp much then he will have while about pray fpr vines which will grow strawberry and bushes that will bear roast turkeys a good thing of earth be appreciated if received without cost Between farm work and it tias been a busy Hard work tof and put under seal divers and sundry bushels pf strawberries pr But there is ture gppd in each when winter will blossom into steaming and mate us appreciate this summer time tof fruition and The last can is in its the toil goes tp the while the reward is to we plant They are cheaper than quinine ranch moie pleasant tp strikes help of Orton as one pf the Speakers at Madison pn the 4th, reflects np credit upon affairs in that or They tp have had sufficient to diate the calumniator pf his and he sufficient shame to have kept him from the com- pany of loyal men on such a He said the war was brought on by Lincoln's provoking South In to feed the garrison What the Judge of of the chivalry THE Lodge at Beaver Dam has 247 members in good ia the THI lays of that place has had all the hair on hia head eaten off by the chinch Another same for A GOOD LODGE has recently been organized in
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