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Reedsburg Free Press (Newspaper) - August 27, 1860, Reedsburg, Wisconsin A BUT TO TO LIBERTY AND VOL. 1. 37, NO. 9. MONDAY of N. V. Per An HATES OF lines or ICM of or Iti equivalent la a I I J Mtf n ai the by Publication until nri art OP AU DOKI AND AND kinds of Far on Produce taken SAUK the Laie of Ij prepared to general t bought and Buld at favorable paid on H. It Cuk Eoc A Sank in all tbc Cairn paid to J. and at i r hen to Collect Ac. E. G. AT practices in the several Courts of this ular paid to collecting foreclosing Ac OFFICE two doors west of Alba Main ntyi A. O. UF THK Sauk attend to all en- trusted to Will pay taxed fer resident collect accounts done and OFFICE Post Of ice. A. or attend to making out and all other hi hia Particular paid to Collecting Inly Dr. 8. t will pay prompt tion to all calls in his Office at rm Amet north of ihe residence of J. on Inly J. Wagon and Carriage Doors East of the Alba A U kinds of work done with neatness and Flows nl jl Hirer 0. and from our will by thoM who e ever been near hia as a picture of sunset on the banks of the Y. Ko floated down the The tangled hank below was No from the iCo ripple from the The dunk of twilight round 01 We felt the falling of the from are the day was The wooded kills out the sun. But on the river's farther Bide We saw lue A tender A of day without ita With ua tbe the chill the With them the rosy While through willowy river rolled in shade From out tbe where we We gazed upon those hills of Whose light seemed nut of or We spake but our thoughts were We as If from that bright shore Beckoned our dear ones gone And stilled ear hearts to hear Tbe voices lost to Sudden our pathway tamed from Tlie hills opea to the their green gates the sunshine A splendor downward Down glade anil and bank it It bridged tbe shaded stream with borne on piers of allied Kith the 9lde' his goods us lie had been waited haie a boy out splitting I he painting to the do jou know teen replied the young as be 1 saw in inarch in glowing think we found tlie marvel of tlie art. Streun ia thote little are thin parallelograms of one good fur something goes to make up written language the foot print of thought upon tlie carpet of We think of fancy the court and heard his ten a hard is A do well to look arler And tbe peddler swung his pack oil his there was something so horrible in tlie word the poor woman trembled as she hid away her nor could she be easy until she had called the buy iu and assured him that site knew tbc dark part of hit history Ashamed and the down hU head his cheeks seemed with his hot blood his lips and or a parody anguish painted idly upon as if words were branded in his discount of a when they speak of the white carpet for thought to from tlie rags that fluttered from the back tlie But is When we look at the and fifty compote a er's clicking of Lincoln at The N. V. of Ihe 13th has a of two columns from a Aug. not listen to his on other might bt to law upon hia pear among The conversation wat and The writer Hie following sketch of of wit and good nature from Mr. Lincoln at home Kentucky In a large two story framed interspersed with some tnt the u one by one they lake bearing no slight resemblance to now the residence of 1'rofessor resides candidate for dent of the United Apraham Liu Mr. Lincoln's personal appearance hat eo often beep in tbe prints lhat it is unnecessary for me to en- large upon it here but at a great deal hu been said about hu 1 will sty a It is situated on tlie corner of or two on that if only for tlie Eighth and Edward in this city of the attention ef the Here Mr. Lincoln has resided foi some I ladies North and Men ot tlie west affords no may care for beauty in there are iu UK lion macy atoms cations of It no but in a man beauty a of and eloquence ilw printer can no ot imall claim upon their Hot hurl If a lit make mid if he only had a little to work haw mauy in small how much trulli in or cooling fences surrounding but it is built plumb out to the tlie steps rather child hung I Now be picks ihe scattered upon the It it like ed bursting he holds in his band a of. American gentleman in he his whole frame relaxing as if a burden of guilt 01 joj red suddenly rolled may as well go to ruin at no use in my Now he sets tip puppy He a in and a sonnet in lie tbat the 111 one poses the word and deploree the that the next easy and furnished iu lite It is not near jo aristocratic an establishment at the of many bers of your in thorl there is no aristocracy about but it if a Cosy in it would that I man could rounded by his coin it uut an ugly His may appear rugged tn tbc casual but when in tn earnest tnd conversation they in at pleasing and Many men by in their when ia the man Of genius tele- graphs hii to others by hia but by lit charm of facial Else bow could coin hare courted tnd wedded an charming lady ai the whole ia new to be hates and j A poor jest ticks te tut pretty thorough hit domestic hep If Lincoln I jet's like a clock tunning j i 6nd Is nut a mania White may be who says a word against the honesty of it that beau- Abraham They like Ms liss from of the country who will and his lie if acknowledge that the pictures tad the sally regarded as a unassuming prints hare tadly belied that bil possessing strong common wedded mouth is not 19 tut ia not to a of perception that detects j so aa they haie been led to the right from tlie and w and tbat altogether he a txn far from be- cam about well go to ruin at once T jand thena strain of in- Tell the line fancy we can tell the enough fur flight if that should be jence by bearing of tbs but perhaps came you to go to to that dreadful was Tin that told of a wedding announces a burial mother the with a burst in the Klf of and grief was terrible to j they are the make a world 1 pot no of- Those are a world with I had any since I a i thing in it as beautiful as u rich The dark with mortal And the night chill with thy light brenk So ht the of doubt ths its fail on earth On eternal hilU look Aid in tbj ingelt know Tire dear ones whom we lored i bahr If I'd ias and as autumn flowers that his anguish growing and frost cannot fruit that for tears gushing out of his strange-looking j all grey laud kicked and and laid onto I tie chair from the hether the tion be one of a legal character or the lection of true nun from an What do think of Lincoln at a 1 asked of a resident of Spring Among all ihe Cot j the Untied DOW ia Like him as a aud else of can't help but do tbe lie is ing t who has kit VISITS or THE WHO tu t AT IS UK 1 Oh I got any mother shire to in tire city of I was a baby cherished at professed considering I wouldn't 'a got knocked j Some jean a young a talks and ia not too proud to sit I awl then run away and stole I war layer by from down upon hia doorstep iu bis and chat with his I have wsu a Dull am almost to go for Will the spirit in the Democratic Tta Little i Dl do thing give go after tad do all your The troubled eyes of the speaker filled with It n as a lad that stood at the outer pleading with a kindly looking who still to doubt his good The cottage sat by i on a bleak or uhat in Scotland would have been ed so. Tbe time was near the end of No- vember a fierce ind rattled the boughs of tlie only naked trees near the and fled with t sound into a narrow u though seeking for warmth at the Mazing fire Now tnd then a touched with a toft the cheek of the or whitened the angry rednest of UK poor boy's benumbed The woman was evidently loth to grant the boy's and the peculiar look stamped on bit features haic gested to any an idea of depravity far beyond his But her mother's heart could not resist tbe torra JT in but not grey Come it any till the gudeman comes home sit down by the you look at if perishing with Jewelry A j t rude Harness WIS. of 4ncripiloii to Repairing cheaply and Shop orer Smith's Wagon opposite the Alba Vat a IT A. A to the of Reedsburg .cY and that he may at all times be fount at ah MW one door af on Maple ready to wait aid to do all work In bis line which maj done U mt to fit i f properly Inly A. PIXLEY Ala. Main i tbe corners of her she ling the table for The strength was all gone from the poor yj and he sank on hit knees sobbing and and ever ready to great choking rubbing the hoi sar lo Stand by we are party prove of any to Lincoln iu Illinois Egypt U almost wiped ont tears awty with his j His Did that woman unmoved M and bad men a Did she coldly bid him pack up aud be off jail bird had been a controlling influence over hu as a Democratic and wit although til her children slept under the of tbe One u be wai as la generate skeptical I scarcely a to Douglas to and lead him to are wlo wikl cold sod in the wai a mother She went up lo that poor not lo going to his he taw a gentleman tp bad been out to I from State vote for at they him as Rev. Mr. and represented to he regarded by tbe bete only ont who pretests the and af tba mta of without without any ot those exquisitely polite in own of tbe and especially in nurtured in the phere of both acts the at once the of the man and the of tbe rigid Tic people Say they hare loaf wanted a President free from Utc for long j seat of calculated to hasten him to lay her most and courteous of i last and readily ad- j of B softly on hit head to tell him to his said look and from henceforth find iu her Pul nutter to the Here I am ia she eren put her arm mT day the neck of that deserted J wilt she poured from her mother's heart womanly wordt of counsel tnd thing good in i They The clergymen raised his and looked as if he how sweet washer soft was bet She had Acquainted w ilh The young linked a poor heart to hers by the most silten tnd the strongest hu The next sabbath bands of She had plucked some he went to ln of the most of He had no 1 i t 1H.- a. member of from the Gale i There were present Lincoln i t ere I am ia tnd B. t m they taan wha conga nearer to the representation of na and Lincoln's two little home Tte ladies and OW and took a chair together and talked upon topic DOW fe -n the attention We havr conrer e4 men in prominent political to Lincoln mutt we accord they MM wittered and But and Taylor but si riving None but angels could witness her holy and not Did the boy leave her 7 is wilh tar promising The low character of his agreeable and kind His The subject of Southern wts skeptical notions melted away before kind and Mr. Lincoln emphatically j treatment snow in in April declared that it wts his principle not to and he soon became an honest inquirer touch it where it but to prevent iu after truth tnd Now be is the spread into Territories now He shortly aflat hi Lincoln ia in the print of lite and Uthe tad u energetic u any public oan of hit place to tn rfa of at an institution that I with depth enough to make it prore meet of the hjg and trt Public la an interesting His is his jond foster kind tnd to young j Sou them Public opinion is men vary cheap and effective mode of private be tnd in tnd but she knows no I to account of tbe rts that sway and the rales The once poor outcast her only Presently came the tramp of heavy the door swung opea with a quick ry with A look of intelligence passed between the j of Louis wherein it te and nobly does he repay the more of although the leading hif I were to declare in favor He that tumeth t sinner from the error j 1 of that of his a from death J We often a of Taw Uw women aw God many io the they You have tbt of the Italian they wilh a chiM of abhorred the He ritt to itt fall from the verr of and of the Sooth ia ita for lew qtm fit I 0. m w. vib j SUCil fcf OT tO t hit wife and the intelligent than tbe art preservative men and are who have dal did not the position of apon ana it at evincing of the lied with exposed in to ta Ml THIS elan How in vnn hat made him i their they velvet to the influence of and hart been j he wat gentle wat am toite then to the wst with which be dispatched his find fault with itt who suddenly aj tbe who were to tool Ikt patral it day and yet the 18 to plume themselves upon wr tnd had been through to the tnd dwelling erw 16ai.r te -a I this old and tad thit I will ttat so the foot after due type that grtt into t frolic tarf and bang Una asia of to u be was i oa in ot of tome word a iu He At will be ta five entire on County Bad thH an an I convenient Cottage BY JUSTUS SAUK traveller at hon Wat to aa hi waa oa itt or ot worn a and M they ot two tat of tit by a outward it hare and tia u Aiy id the of a of tad the of away of itt laid to like top South a ha MH (i Wt intl think and talk a iW him tint would with lost
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