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La Crosse Democrat (Newspaper) - August 23, 1853, La Crosse, Wisconsin LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT TERMS FOR fear Columa oiw One of year oiw iix Oni Square IS 00 r 3 00 1 SU r 3 00 LA CROSSE DEMOCRAT 1 THE BATTLE 13 SOT TO THE ALONE IT 13 TO THE VIGILANT THE ACTIVE THE BRAVE VOLUME I IA CROSSE WISCONSIN TUESDAY AUGUST 23 1853 NUMBER 18 THE DEMOCRAT mor MSCS iMi office OBO OO 1 a Cetas Bruit Slow HOTEL JOHN WILLIAMS having north suop one From the Treaty On Monday last a treaty was signed at by liis Excellency Governor Gorman and Agent Fletcher on behalf of tho United States and the chiefs and head men of the Winnebago Indians on the part of their nation The WM remnant of this once nn nit u powerful tribe have long been tied with their present location and had fixed their eye upon fertile valley of the as their future home We learn from tho Democrat of this resulted in trading for their present landa without anything to boot on ther side the following valuable district of country Beginning at the mouth of the Crow river running up the Mississippi river to tlie mouth of Clear Water river thence up said river to thence on n line running until it intersects the north f Store Im it Law Agent mill M Surgeon at writ of Gov Burns O M D lours tho i CAMERON will to nil tho or tu Crime Wls M Sheet Iron From Uio Minnesota Democrat HOY Stevens Expedition Several persons who were engaged by Gov Stevens in his exploration ing returned dissatisfied efforts have been made in which the St Anthony Express is disposed to join to create a against the Governor as be- ing unreasonable arbitrary Sec Now we know nothing of these individuals but would caution any persons against allowing themselves in any way to sure Gov Stevens until they hear the other side of the story It would be singular if a party organized with as little time for preparation as was ed in this case should not ny persons who were entirely j to perform the arduous duties for which they were employed Many persons engaged for the expedition ing no doubt that they would have u lengthy but pleasant and romantic ride across the prairies and that their est hardships would be confined to its source due west Friendship and lAte rOH THK BY DELIA What is Love A resting On the bosom or a flower Bringing a By tho of its power But as tho morning Molt the tun So flnt Ere they have Tis a the In sunlight 3 bliss we to Hud Hut as tUo morning bruukclu all have fled So when this is too lies Is An Soaring high Irto Iho uir While at u tiling so fair lia Burst upon Us bauble ive I then not half so plainly as I do now looking down through the vista of ried years His manners were highly polished oven courtly and I wondered not that Florence was so proud of her brother and that she so dearly loved him for he had a soft lone and word always in store for her which orphan as she was she could but prize deeply I expressed my admiral ion of him to Florence in presence of Ernest the evening of his arrival in the most glowing language but my husband seemed to have taken an ble dislike to irritated me was the brother of my dearest friend I could discover naught in him was but too well understood coolly If engagements such that he cannot accompany his wifa to the first ball of the season I have no doubt that Mr will be happy to escort her and he will undoubtedly prove polite turning as I spoke to victor with of my most winning smiles You dome great honor hope and moat happy shall I be tu you in any replied he gracefully bowing Ernest made no reply he knew that I understood hia wishes he would not stoop to repeat them ter a few moments conversation with Florence on indifferent subjects rose from the table saying as be the door that he should be obliged to leave the city that morning and return in the last train of cars on the following night The door close and he was gone Wearily oh how wearily passed the long hours of those two days weight of sadness was pressing upon my heart weighing it down as nothing but remorse can do Fearfully chill and oh how darkly fell the shadow of but a refined and elegant taste the the coming evil and my wayward intellect the brilliant wit nnd the I already had began to repent of my handsome face and figure j proud coldness to my noble hearted Er- sleeping on the ground and shooting buffalo But the romance of such an I did not reflect that Ernest ing mingled more with the world could look with a steadier eye smooth polished and sen the 11 Custom work dune to Ib f thence down said soon vanishes and the WESTERN ENTERPRISE S This L- on Hit of h I known jut Ww WEED h L i Wli palil I 01 nil ol u promptly nl M ol MKl 111 B on j river to the place of beginning A is made foi the right etf wuy for the Pacific Railroad also of sections for the use of the mi ulil bridge Indians provided they wish to locate near the mouth eif Crow river GBO It will be seen by reference to the milp this tract embraces a portion of the late and is en- tirely surrounded by ceded The tract is unequalled by any in the tory for its agricultural turing and commercial The soil is rich the timber heavy and abundant the whole extent bountifully watered by clear lakes and running hitter affording unequalled mill privileges it is just such n country as would be apt to attract the eye of the white settlor since its title passed into the hands La prompt to Ihu ill to Ic ut und In Will br CroU Co tigue incident to the campaign such as crossing wagons from the sloughs and guarding the teams nightly from the encroachments of Indians becomes to bo viewed in any other light than tha Gov Stevens was himself I sed with the arduous nature i and remarked here that it would be anything but a pleasant excursion that he expected himself to undergo the most incessant fatigue and hardships and that no drones fa in Ms STANHOPE LOVE A STORY BY UllAY It seems strange to you mv child and you may think that I did nc love him as you love Harry but knows how deeply and how passionate darkness of the waters as 1 could ly my whole soul went out in its never view them I had not yet tion towards him I was not always ed the of baubles cold to him mine was the nature well had il forme if with a j of the spoiled willful child vexed if Us its loving confiding in least wish had been mine tlie dresses for the ball were The whole fashionable world was sent homo it was found that by some unaccountable nun's dress light of the scarcely more than a child then and I listened to his passionate words with breathless interest but yet I knew not what love was and when Victor spoke We have always regarded the Of leaving America I was sad but it rUNT k JANSEN munition to the of id lo all to tion of Uov Stevens as the chief ot this expedition us most foi lunate for the interests the great northern route His extensive scientific ments his eminent administrative ents as manifested in the latu was but the grief which 1 would have nt parting with any dear friend which caused the to gush from my eyes when he pressed his lips runic but I felt in mood fur acting the part of the rian maid and pleaded to be allowed to remain at home but neither Victor would consent to And we in that brilliant that which to of ho costly jewels flashed would I knew be a lu lion my husband increased Victor was my cordiality and 1101 maitcel so was I to of the Static one responsible in which he has engaged and above all Mul Cm n JIls Ln HENRY iio N ill 111 Orn lit several claims have been made upon it on which the occupants nru now ing The tract fronts thirty miles on the Mississippi and looks across to I the easl side that rii IT upon the of energy and perseverance for which ho is was ahd could almost imagine myself upon my brow me adieu me one after my husband had j Mry But gny 1 did not dream that he could tmc with left house will be for y sweet music of harp Come said to aught but a brother's affection ft child us to decide Hire myself It nas in lovely twilight that ence and sat together in tho dim mark him as pre-eminently brary been talking of other lute could drown the memoir of if we at nil contemplate ball with our But surely must first consult farms and The southern line of now comes to TIIK man to this great Jays and both were absorbed in our probability of our 1 WILL SUTCUFFE r noil lor Iio M strict lo to men u con- of Itiu at tiU on OEO A Trout the bo a on n lo ol in tlie lino or within thirty-five miles of St Pt Paul opposite Itasca Here at this puint south we understand it is plated to locate the Agency After this description of the country and taking into consideration the facts i hut it was one year one of now From Hie Superior Uili ID We that a railroad is in Contemplation from Paul to du Lac Lake Superior that u charter has own thoughts when Ernest She replied with tho with u letter which to ing while an expression An exclamation of delight burst from her lips as she eagerly bioke the soul 1 handwriting as of her brother she glanced contempt her Certainly j had ten the American custom which r hl< own All ni n granted a organized and the slock all taken Tlicio is to be a of tho stockholders some i lime during the month ut St given to another the to for tud new are the most the work less and dissolute ot any ot our Indian tribes renders it for husband to at its contents and as she the be in is nnd her cheek I Pardon me aic surprised and me and 1 and Of course asked if the letter contained sad Stanhope feels to attend tidings At the sound of my she I his and started Tho road will be from 80 to tribes that their new home is I jn thj and jts t surrounded by ceded lauds that a bo to one at strange fierce lire main at home very likely that glowed in her dark absolutely made me shudder a strange darkened my spirit and u i will no to every one at J tion of the country is already aU with Jint of 1 shrank closer to Ernest s my in tl Had I el hue of taunting Morels not lie least but T by whites and that the it wjn open au with all their sins ot recent f t fc 1 1 u 1 I I UJH ie anil upon thus UUO of th tion I of anil of nor can oiu distant on be the treaty meets with very approbation from any portion of the t m oia opposite iho of and I rout il i J public of In tu UL i II J r n r A side But the impression vanished as i a person the df a spell 11 i 11 for tbe trade speaking in which he is too indolent lo shake 1 voice she icplied lhat her knew that I must acknowledge that my thor had been for many weeks thus far had buen ana the of and i way on their way east It ill in a neighboring city with that I must meet bung of land now fast and fertile considered almost ie or of Hi will to nil Kin 111 Ilia line tin Give a J lo WM W v urt wime itc on i ol Mill SI Lonh tract out of ike world e i i Thu mutual advantages which will the transaction spoken favorably ot by ot this road to both ends of route ave ncm almost a solitary individual who is interested iu Minnesota beyond the hope of sonal and favors at the hands of Gov may but friends I aj fiom t if 1 him from sordid j wishes Simple foolish child lie is weak and ill now id she jn and and longs have me with him I1 And soil was at length think I must she that bo and I ill at ease for I felt that 1 as ntl pause ga look in those cm and Southern r -U a CO Hut lif iii I il Will ular but our citizens witl out of class or party fail to lei tu has e aito in United Slates and at me with s look in those dark i i e AT i ID seems so unkind so to leave loving hand to administer oac draught while I remain quietly at my ease doing no- thing to comfort him she ex- claimed 1 must be with must go to him and myself both protested ainst the imprudence of a wrong but evi ry step that I took dered tor me to mv I my coid proud tones to him in I my accents should replied tuned to melody as to tl's 1 not slay and never was 1 more delighted with my home than Mhen 1 had laid off my from 1 now turn with an utter loathing f sited by the pleasant tire the 1 long gazing the glowing and fading away if to say hoy oft succeeds the most Jty rei eric by the of Ht the door the well n of my in the hall Ho as the parlor cs if ta but with the a sigh which I 1 in dim he on and rapidly ascended J up and was about to follow him I to im sell and all How xciy shall we he again and never shall ut my pained by and w aj w from Lib 1 him the and my face flushed and my heart beat I knew not why He passed through the hall but instead the library where 1 awaiting him he tho t cbc and descended tl B A words to tho that cool and the carriage over tl way and at length like one a trail 1 I SAMUEL D I to crowd the upon the is cortainly something i now under tlie a new line of In- dian nnd no mistake i I will the tion And should such prove flip fact i iiy that one of will connect with the one r and the result was an invitation fiom St Paul i i from my ior Him to pass i number of At oar a which I warmly joined Again j the sonic peculiar expression which I Our daily increasing ties fur with unexampled is one of the wonders of the age and will continue to until upon the 1 strove current but boat wilh a infatuation the whirlpool should be and the angn Mr at breakfast the ing the ball wife Tiili look a in ruth with her sombre down the streets I he my foaming of husband was e not to stem the nolle flom RU ut ease in my 1 I tcarce'.y but a dim otis il brooded over rny I jij not that he had left Thai idea so for an my poor 1 only knew that I very mcie long weary but let us one and then wo will talk tno tho whiles and settled JL Unit oa nil of ii upon lands so Advantageous and to the culturist and the general wealth of tho IMf TC in Tin fto from Si with Urge o n he Ho hai nUo for Uio or tin ami which ho vory luw ly work m the tin in him on La UK to alto oil Iw Call on Front Iho now Bakery Dr Uie ho oo a of Dry and Ac Qa fever tn If e gener lump will be able I AMD K n i myself as i jestingly action iL ern has to J scs has been just and proper to con- Indians and whites If so we be among tho first to vindicate from unjust censure the course they have ken in regard to difficult and business But certain it is at the time we now write the tide of lic opinion is setting very strong against the treaty received a letter from Mr Stewart President of the Oakland it Ottawa Railroad and now in London stating that he has succeeded in negotiating a loan for building that road Thus we till uiv v u 10 j C3 a i a i manner as he greeted me for the irst time since our long separation but I attributed it to his recent illness and said to and the 7 to the speedy NORTH WISTERN is the title of a new paper published at St Anthony Min by guc tion of road to which the roads of Wisconsin are to be The bell told the hours least I suppose Mrs two gild still I sat there The hope does not intend to be tire on the hearth had burned It is got up to this The late Governor of Sew Mexico has gone to work at his old trade that of House Painter in bus O What will European snoba say old laugh Vet notwithstanding his pallor it was easy to see that since we fast met Time had greatly enhanced the beauty of that face The ing hair had become a darker softer shade of brown and the bold white brow bore more than ever the stamp of intellect The voice though cal as it was in my girlhood days had now a tone of sadness most deeply thrilling But the keen eye beamed not witn the old gentleness there was a strange fire gleaming there there was a pride and defiance in the sion ot coral I saw it And I am glad that it is added he and he bent bis eyes full of the old fondness upon me tor my business ar- ing only light ashes and a few coals The tramp was heard again and again upon the rangements are such that it would have as he pursued his accustomed been utterly impossible for me to have round and ever and anon his been utterly impossible accompanied her I faltered in mv purpose and felt for an instant that I would acquiesce in what I could readily perceive were his but I caught a glance from Florence and that decided my destiny 0 how many a look a tion pasted with the rapidity cf withers and burns even like it the sweetest hopes the fairest holiest joys cf eyes fell upon my eai 0 what 1 mockery what a satire in those tuc so often heard in the and gloom Again the hall door was opened it was and Florence from the ball next country editor a store says in conclusion V i for
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