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Sauk County Standard (Newspaper) - January 12, 1853, Baraboo, Wisconsin SAUK COUN BY VOLUME HI AND AND AND INSEPARABLE BARABOO SAUR COUNTY WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 12 1853 NUMBER TUE >NCLL'OKD donr rue I him iti g Mm is Sho i- vory at rny pnv while I I 1 a tin Irw I IMM her ri mo of vour but this Mi i tu In- c ov r i I run the I nil K I 1 it ihn mi as me i i i lul y slid I huld If I mn hut uC silly I U is lull tl you will must como to her gince too But it will not do for rne to bo thus ute leal I weary my readers Each dmg day brought new trials nnd lo nnd it in lier house had never been so with the ol Iho fily Sir spent much lime with M was rumored he was posing addresses lu Howard Jn for ti she WHS lio interested in her and it is no less cerium his sitko would have ed an not less worthy nut Sir belter bui ho was the sun of n marquis and all one lho VVil- i mo s umpiring ur i this i tu for llmviml ami Lull Mr ono to be mi a vl opting I iiy ai l sincu Ins in U M of imo hii ol the TI lui if in h -in uho H ho Mj V C nti d not nn hud sickened him of mammas ur True he shuts eh si mud with Emily's and ftt liom anil had iho a little or is no oiling ri i 1 us happened As il i I o I s i ii ions nnd -I store I ho hud of mai j ho that Ina most 1 j him a and domestic and nd ol I oared li lintj ideal of hit in winch ho would most his predictions HIP Mr uho anniversary of Emily's I implied hid been j f ist nnd she i ii 1 III ui lint I ess liupo at la i's visit would Ijo r well d p mid niu s f o cJ ni A the day -t in u In r h nl bo- and In the mi ul fl ai of the day occasion In In iho hum I of go lo s w huio she f.mna hei n on iho weeping IIP tho tie lho I er away say ing i mo alum I nui n n d and py 1 du not in soo and L cum n thoro 1 can du tu iv ll wu you said was but not 111 tun ul S ailO tu KII ot her I toll you i iu u HIV 1 iho yum Why Iv mi will bo and will go to papa with t J will not Whoever me then 1 am werping conia tu this day will laugh at your mid dresu Hut why cry for they li of s I- I mill r-s her IN a 1 1 li it nn i mn i r i n t k s d c r 1 it I I I r 1 II F I r C- I nui Ch n li -i this is a Im In I i v i ill v ii I 1 ll II MJ an 1 t nili TIM c un you oven i J but I'd like to buy u i oi rustics f lho d nil I so i tail roll lion ahill show von silk in 1 t co Hrst h calico 1.1 10 luok nt your in tho n voice of a f If on a stool by the ul MM t ling m ing her hand ik ri- will the 1 of stylos r 1.1 xt to luo l I raid Louisa I real ico is the gravely nl Mr Wi il n for calico rue not lively enough why liko in i old faded gown would do tny grandmother i f n g mo I like your or as you uall Thn vonng Indy n look on her wido sprond about her na iMi tu IP nu du ml I1 cU kept nt u continued jtl Kmil who hnd pro was to lho sound of Mr Howard's voice the v un the hnd raised hnr nnd Imr lo lip ihn be Mrs of her most i U With n for Mr How f and a for io Mr with I i and then mine 1 K nf the Louisa hfT dvM what n piece of wouk girl ol 1 Mr that what thay 1 Just nt m our know of inp me 1 urn ono cent Hut tind I nnd lo know my ho at me nil lung what a disinterested gul you il shows huw you rnc and since it is your you own nnd I will pro to do Billing just ns you tell mo I hai samo a large was in n of Mr Wallon seated between two Miss Wilmots when lho elder I hope rustic cousin will bo it will Lo so omuning to soo lier And Emily she turned nineteen colours when I lo meet at hard iry tn but it's of no USD if such visitor's one such must convince every well brod uf I know several would have them long ngn but thai lho silly I hi tigs give such At Emily who hnd spent many hours in dressing and drilling her MIL her to her guests n said Sir but bless me tis the country girl How sweetly shn looks in simple whito muslin and that whilo in her beautiful hair Louisa or appeared to try to her the haa bson in- hut two or she sunk into the first empty I can't do nnd it's 111 use to try A titter ran through the nli eyes turned upon in pity nnd for he or he raw a painful blush bar cheek nt her awkward situation 1 thought you told mo she was n gawky lookup the younger Mm Wilmot to her siMer And HO she is but Emily has been ing to the fuel her up in her old cast-off slothes How disgust- then tha has shown out tno soon Why don't you piny mme thing or art Louisi I I WH Mt M I il i only men in ID say ii wan hero sitting stuck still nnd staring nt ono er It's what I call a Quaker jist no celebration nt Why Louisa said Mr Howard our friends nro conversation Well then I should think they would talk loud i si t could hear foi I begin lo think Iwo girls pointing la the am ing fun nt mo If I'd worn big ills comb cnst my nnd striped gown I to boon ni Em- ily told run so but now I SPP what tis you find as how I rim nfi as any on ymi llm to bo sure 1 Inok n deal in mv uwi fl thoro tis I nn ami I you'd thought hhc mo if you d how took nn for I'd ho fit nnd I told her lo rig mn up us she though I could hardly keep I rum crying to think how I should look At moment Sir who really Emily who snl like a nnd on a young whom he knew lo be io her seal al lho Afler lho of her poi Miss j uho replied in nuisance nnd I will j I will withdraw an I save him the s id in the same i Miss Wilmot nnd reddened while i almost confounded at lho Iwo gentto lady be n more i careful in suid drily some ripping nro when ripe Quito Miss herself and wishing to show off attempted j u very beautiful bui difficult kalian piece i but nut having practiced sufficiently und a disturbed at what hnd ahe failed entirely is rny nnd gaily willi I nigh resumed As hei i if her and j ent rll ni -in- tlir i n which Missi I was in g to i What a angel she is Sir I'M win i as ho viewed her wilh ruus devotion what of form what nnd above all whu n I a Ay 1 it now bho ts no muro a for mo lady hore Al sang to a plaintive nir with her mellow touching voice Sir completely not lhal guild music ivas a new thing to him by no then lho conquering tle god had aimed n successful dart Do not your rustic ners said Mr Howard lo Louisa aa alia a polite escape from lho of admirers fur by this timo Emily understands it nil and I am sure is with lho While were speaking the smiling Emily nnd shaking her at Louisa You are caught nt rny previous you perform your cum ody I nd use you tu lho us I no lor cruel Do seo thoso insulting Yuu ami noble Sir Edward Walton is I love with country nuisance O Now they will have a to instead of But here he comes laughing right ly A truly delightful comedy Miss said ho but I liko closing scene bust nnd Miss llu ward judging from your happy face our tastes are nut entirely dis- only think Sir ed Emily how cruel lo koi p mo in igno ranoe of tho pint ever my own enjoying deed 1 suspect him of conspiracy But thiro it is 1 half conceive their 1 suppose I must feign cure for of another bitur dose O Louisa that g ml chair and By this tha whole company Sad learned that the country rustic nn port nnd were fast and in their expressions of of her nnd Some ly repeated Emily L ii nnd it's no use to ples ore green when nnd others still away the country nuisance har well her Italian performance while nf merry laughter through The humiliated Wilmots whose insulting remarks had not been at all private now saw of and aa early na possible mode Tha of tha availing was da lightful nil W Sir who nn almost anan leit tin ol at Una monopoly but in hei nnd nnnn wi dar a sweetly matched huw nnd how they took Sir lit last O was her favorite expression of delight A the conclusion of she lor the Da ly U A mass meeting Insl evening nl Mai kel Hall to inke into consideration propriety ol tin to li o amount ol 10 ihu kfo nnd M STR INO the to D to the firmer M I Hull when ihs cm credit of city to Shore Kond nnd 10 lo tny belore our of liin La He well to other find thf each in the f men not her and cousin had iho mosl jnj mis birth day hnj pier known Tho tears of the mottling like been awny by the sun of ii hnd I ell tin impress On iho following a from liPr of of his unit ul and in stich us in ihn but not in hpt Long sha over ingratitude in having well nigh len one who for her sako had home and and tho of tho ocean and of n sickly in order to hin lo he i- since hiv soul shrunk ihn grovelling loi tune who eier a such was Emily Howard And here wo leave such details nnd irust lo tho of iho A J nnd usi to individual ices which in Dr Vico A j iho wny of c interests nnd A U I object In lay before tha A of uno frum I of llu why they should appointed by the chair i fur in 8 par cci i ten or twenty to ho La In order to nn d the inconvenience of submitting nli irs ot in miss a p ho should a av nil drafi Hi Ward 2l 1 the return the two bridals which followed the transports of lho lho tr.ivela on still of E for his her reception by his English ail the entire reform uf tho now happy Hut Mr has removed by a Pi just and mi Mi LJ ur his or will C K Vliel lit 4 i 15 Tit i D C Heed A ler n upon the of i lion M who lot tho i of res were road by Chas K ns The interests ol of Iv such impi as will ibs faci in i nf nnd of coim nnd P 10 liio wesli ni pail ol our to 11 i nil their roadt to iho aino ml a mi IP and ex- ch c aim iho of ilia Mr minted nt tu par if paid in cath or il in dog Ma giado not iti uny part cnt lo tho ni Is und in ordinary gr i Ion not i mile pro u rind will nut miles He had taken paint to way of wilh lho income and how keis Her onco would bts hv the nla c of lho Li and Mil and h to hnd ninny ha would public in nt some ll re the prets He tud en to out the number of tuns of Tho ronil j pin uce nut during pus nod lu whut of nn and nfj tmn in Iiy The iiy and i by lho a very p j lota tons in pleasant nnd laughable 11 of greal ul 1 us or Inns hnd bean brought among iho quiet groves oil bunging into existence new in ly the Milwaukee and Mr homo ifth thu most prominent among which ron by other channels are ihr non As Creates ure receipts rom the lon n id in dimpling which M M iho a id ofj those from by learns waa the the Wolf as great and how much thay li Lonn Yellow La mig n bo increased by a railroad no il iu on uio ul March bo a month boy nnd lhal lime Why it deemed to appoint a new lor iiv j or of present Mr E proved Was thai the public interests to his would Duller by ho in nny to hold the these linn Mr months Nothing of tho sort 13 Why was ho remove j? because ho would not to lavish lho Money in his on n of tho in vio ot iha This statement snail now lo Y Tri- bune GOOD One likes always lo see nn whose is to and brought up with a turn by sumo victim of bearing Wo n recent kind worth A casn tried mi Long ofn in winch n clergyman not vary with such as n was a in giving his evidence a ol a him ill last Pray sir ymi kn iho 1 n I mv rrnlimj thr c I r enci a hurse n cow or i bully n hull only that n I am has horns anil a bully bowing with mock in ihn luckily lor mo has none can the lawyer I've no further to nsk you The only joko in which Mr over personally was with a boy at Canterbury when u school now a famed for of IIP n meet ing house looked n round nl Iho grave hold up n penny tart and said y n railroad no mid rivers rind j Taking tho receipts of their above lno nils of Si An- M it M a basis of ns also in securing tn Milwaukee tho gross receipts yearly of tha tho v ia which is to grow up on th t y recently tiy ih fiom tho Sioux this ia by no means it ii of impi lo llu h ol cily north portion of 10 ba given an cousin nnd lo nnd Tnis roml taking into and of the fur populated rapidly populating nnd La road JOO miles in would bo 40 pi r rent for uses would ba left si net o nnd that without isig uny for increase of linci and travel A first of mm uf par mile He had nj i us to the oi nn Tho country through win h iho road hnd to panu wai tit in iho Smiej That on ing condition of country through which j ol tho river for 100 n vi il pass the of nnd wai Almost as good on morons powers on tho route tho tho people had not there amou 11 of freight and largo number oi which would pass direct il will open with our 1 iVom Northern nnd of our nnd from a groat uf ihn nnd i U-r or ro on mo hand nnd on left I i lie highl and lo are c- i TI 11 tit a nf s i f with not only to hut tn lo its wu all That counties will i a in consti nnd will use ill honorable means to induce them in in landing their credit and to nnd will exemplify to them we are lu assist every in our power md its prosecution and raj id completion of spoaks first ho shall hive this thy answered the drub col- ored ay The pie exclaimed Mr num it before the astonished er and hastily hia escape A England n over the dour wilh the word he called lo to inquire what she sold when said sho did not sell hut that wero cured here Important Wall Street il ia fair to n kiss nnd nn nt nil Our Allie to ilia er that she returns A who not the adopted a vary novel method of committing He purchased n cup placed it head struck it when it exploded and blew lunc they arc there and ara beginning to II it if there not a while man iho route would pay a good inter- fsl Tho tons of merchandize for tha U Crone for tha to nnd the am nit paid for and hn on this A would get aim that ii g only gross 1 lit Thin also no nil Then a- I gnu i y mi ilia detailed in li o The of a I lo I- tl ill it lean IO K very place ie Uv a ss It should of tion with lhal Enemies never her nor sleep they me studying nnd If Milwaukee trea t il will get n firo in the rear This Li will secure n nvei ue Mr Si run here dilated at some upon rich productions of tha cum try the loid Ali would bo secured to Milwaukee Trial as ino Ln Crosso t lako j There wne enough Railroad will be remunerative buat iess ln irol of the ens of us of our and oui we are in lendir g tho credit of our city to nid in its to the ot upon na may be arranged be- tween the Common Council and the com- pany organized for its construction That bo re- quested lo n law Com mon lo un for the o Hundred Thousand to aid in i he construction of the La Crassa and Milwaukee It ail Uond oil such us may im arranged between tha Common and ho af J A Charles D W A inn I-a to meet with deleg itm now hon the ol i Columbia Wellington nnd inuk tho of the L Com for the of on Ibr of Mia Trowed h tn burgh nf Milwaukee He hoped that Milwaukee the value of ten in width through ion uid Dodgn It wne a of never of The of il e would ba the ordinary of this City There win nn in the mailer A Fouler of had M the of which wu of iron No better could found Large for working them tvill bo is OM film with a capital try obtained filling up Who the this great region t There jt but martin United r for and Ie n Atrip of ft in width Mri M ie
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