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Sauk County Standard (Newspaper) - May 4, 1853, Baraboo, Wisconsin SAUK MY AND NOW AND -ONE AND in 113 COUNTY WISCONSIN KAY 4 1853 Directory rti Hi is in n AT TO SPEND Oii Tlic 1 must now HT T S O MI I 1 IN Si 1 lit his of iv mul MILKS M B trillion Wisconsin J S OK MIS tkr of J H AMI AT at Ine Sauk W II CLAKK ll mi lit Sank I'M inirustud U l- DAN ID Jr mill Wisconsin A- nini nil in mill run homo Vln is won is mo Lucy rising with words on except ut n serious loss which tha liur lips when Lofton and Mr invested fur the benefit of tlie o aa received in certain bank stocks that a de- ThoHo now bo 01 in ins iiio money for sho in oJF ly appealed a settlement of hop v i lo uv vim M- i1 A u I 1 1 U r I I U- ml i I'S r i li 11 I A t v t Hi Al til I i a I llin i i irt nl I MI I mi I I ill warof will I i n und Alii ill Comity at lly Wi I H II DAVIS Cu nf enmity H ill to Hit lli'i'dn llin film tlm or f of or any loMI IIS tilt i- -1 t-n ti n iv ii in v thun uro will tuia ile til Hal to hit aiyi F LAND Faint Wii lor tin thi hy m loir ui if udo on Lund I I will he i- hi v I I n il at THE ATE BANK MARSHALL ILSLEY U M 1 i for la to toll lowett v as tho to hiiri i SHOD Ills v ot Air Im i iihf that winch to jc in I lo liio New to tin of this especial if lio Inui nut strongly on It wus nil true thul Mr hud f dollars nnd using money ox ly A-a for story stocks nil n fugo Tho money had been used own us soon us it came 11110 his us hail oi belonging to ests which tu to tins ho upon us iho onn him at onus terms he was hot in error nnd cunning were foci mice nl win nut of 1 ii t t'i from it do gave r no in Uut how tu ha HUH? i he Hi se iiuir.fUiuU.'U It Lull 11111 i hat rx Mingle aero of valuable of city iii and tlint would sell lor in fis IK I lii lio in it ior it wore in n lew ot uut it fur his nwn s then to bo dune How wos Jli this of it tV Lro mid I lio lawyer for limo Inking up his ho nota tu asking own no- in six ami by Leo would inr cuo lliff ruinous it stock tu ho sold it thrown into market now A prompt A tlie ol illr Allen as it would i i T humiliating o his nsk ol ho had with com- mon civility until money him u sition ted he virtually the thorn nas no now My dear Mark this was Iho tenor ol a note its way into the af Mr while ha yet witb no very pleasant over he had irom tho real brokor touching his valuable of dear if yoj can call at my within an so if you J wish to see you very cular Such a note from Mr Ailon at any time previous to have boeri a incident to Mr Ho would have foil it as a kind uf triumph over tho and of his in-law tho produced WAS now Tha came with u dim shadow of ble I wonder what ho wants of me so nil at This the in tho received Ah GUid to see you to my as Mark on- In tlie to the husband of after the peculiar faith ion in it now done Never hod he been 10 cordial in in hia manner Can I do WM the smiling of in confusion of hii vary form of ol refuse to allow 1 cannot to tho loss In n few months the Up to pur again it nan bo sold Now tho credit of your isso rood thai the of he is willing to inko my notes at with tho of nnd so close tho HIM loss which 1 shall ui VVhat say I bo such u thing bo 1 was the rather cold re- ply of Mr you my mind spo e out Mr with great and not soon forjet your kind and prompt re- sponse It will always give mo pleasure to servo to any in rov himself tho of 1 and cordiality An lin iiiii not feel ihr two men it was entire The ono was thf prospect ot nn oasy a serious difficulty tho a ly his to Just what would bo fraught with Lofton nent i low shall I act in this this tin Miss Ardon tho Formor forward quickly and grasping her This is really an pleasure Mr mot the young Indy less aud manner but willi uo ronl fact showed a slill wanner ns ho look his hand and her eyes foil to floor the gazo he upon her saying lo Ellen only Mr Lofton that 1 was you mo with you Mr Lofton how could you think returned iho young lady you that 1 have forgotten l nil pr mi li vent tho tad of known Ui his to of pay nent This ho not find a matter ns lin was now a in ono brink in two Associ besides having an vith o or four money ora him in toils with i view 10 ving using in liio lo i Ind only to Mr notes fi his owi who from him in i I a by liro In l IHU own fop ng u i In tliS or of rapid a i rs tho sum on and get n i was noi uod iti mort limn who to procure Ilu had a friend at one or i was lo to I th 11 J ion 11 a IB ni I I ID with had been limo Ins w ilies that lo luke the timu tnat wo to j Af around No no Miss At- the But arc you not wild Conic toil through any ho t'i up to a amount a that In careful when ti ill tin sn of vou know The had nol yet who sav how bo tu Why you filk Mi- with huve you hut -i of ii noxious as i ill V n M ic ur i r se ii M d or i lor them and they pi fi ODU in io I l lo what Mr of 1 J to said Among saw tho -is thn most earnestly nl bv The nnd must given Uut with or without tlie I Ur Loe ro- -.1 in i i had in IID In us tho nf the present inn is own Now he in iny our Mr Allen thn il been cd In tho amount oi 10 bc th just said aud it A tho hull tha night ho lay to iU ii his 10 ho upon B ji iiii i wus ho to tsk tl o of making The oi a oi Mr Lne which in lii that at hist IIIM o i Lie to without in his mid lie did an Ashn wrote llin namu of tho tinn on liv Bui cotno ges nnd IIP you I was just going as you j in n cimo in then and you arc nl until tec O but i must They mo U know vou iro i All llion I know you nre in good ami not be in the least at your stay a 1 KH I of I liio oi H lor at Tu and their inn ti escape In nt MU tl sho would if si u It was a CMC slight ycl il tu ho 81 til ji h- at Ur so r they of beauty For tlm both ilO it n lii out if hi hs lily of -in iir tu IT n yc in o r o who riv Din- innt hn js UK i to tic inr m d every Mr a j uf tho of three for the of ing and Mr twii thousand dollars UMS i low and now ninny m his a gloomy j things which a evil in Ins rniwi Well I think you Mr AlUn with in truth Mark had com- i1 great mistake was involved none ihu less Th I gained his and Allun an which liio have thai berset tho toils wet for bis wary foot man whu i 1.1 not tho out so pliant uu his grasp mid mt nsu il for li y own lio wilh ere gaining own con- sent MI nsk first favor barrier broken down all scruples were at nn end R XXIV It waa late on a pleasant afternoon in u few months after ton's had removed to their new and Lucy Arden had called in to ail hour or two her frequent custom Hoc Mm Lofton duily grew stronger Moro and as iho real of lutier developed in her position its purity strength mill native dignity became and she around tier un low from tho best social circles in the and ware ing her forth as opportunities occurred from her happ seclusion so that she might bs seen and known und justly ard felt for Mrs Lofton by Lucy Arden was that of the purest ion a liay spent with her brightness in calendar li late n the afternoon as we have skid und Lofton and Miss Arden sat engaged in conversation that tha rapid of linns was suddenly exclaimed Lucy who in The rattle of the key wu heard in tlM Joor and a after the voices and footsteps if M r wero heard ih the 1 nerw it wot wo t Mid Lney a Sosh giving ft new beauty to het to a We they by N knew hotter they lie il r in llin or fity N IDC knew s wull ii th lanst to turn il th I'll virtus of iho W ji In llin time n fits it 1 v lion into nni 10.1 i Di ih t i ly on fails n I it j Mis Js ilic l Jin j ilio I oi ibr Lucy Arden had never this ii beau able to ace enough into the to evon a inn ro- his new hat it nf n low iio a In ilia thn luid his in j no an M llin tit ho existed a called upon VIr to hii.i iho fact und iti strict his opinion ol find his of his fitness tu 0111 like n and flood Tho waa tind uli that ho dosire n tilis caso at least the lo the con- trary tha currant of ii no loire did run smooth not ft ripple iu ita flow thai did not reflect ibo joyous a widening ot its the shadow of where hearts might not repose and dream af happy future We will not truie ita Enough for the reader that the good time came whan heart leaped to heart with a passionate thrill as the soft hand of tha laid in that of the bridegroom and the voice of the floated on the above the hushed in aiye God together lat not man put CH APT SB XXV Paw we now n period of six yean with but brief mention of The reader will not be much tb that on tha cf t wished to do in tlis pr T I iin rs A rout both In 1 j inn i H i f on ii i Ih I Jio to r in of linl not Ir si VO wai ii CK nor Ilia la A 111 uny worth til tc f- dav Cll it r Mr r Ironi M i J in i in- in of i co lain ii inure lo ha of v ff Mrs l This ng ot lins lung by When fur r r i r r Hi M o w m Uy i Vli ii cl 1 ol a it list UH a il if grew er in their eyes until Mra ad when certain cf hur to sue her hia ideus if a nol ly id during this u-ould nov have felt abundantly lo build Dut were much Fire or sis thousand lars at the time of his removal iulo street built him a house in ev to his but twice the sum nnw would have enough So an amount he not and the building of n house had itill to be deferred Mrs kerton promoted another removal but to this her husband Tho mattar was compromised by in n most expm give manner The of Mr ton defrayed of the Im- as lie hatt various atook ot hand and was vidual pretty freely in rather a dangerous way So fortune had been in hia favor His were usually profitable a fact sat down in his miod to and this made him bolder nod more confident And ao went year the inc steadily in un- til Mr Pin ambition bv n I I ir i n said to n ii il 10 Kl fi of rr tier fail rr linve g in In is lo nil int tits if not YORK TO A IN TWO Albany s ys troit which laft New fork nt S this morning iu 171 minutes of time Ti e on lio o tnit speed were tlie bio from York t- the Dutch jsa from lo ny AS Jermnn friend how long mvo you bwin married Vel di is e vot I don't lo tut but 1 it ps so that it never of products sens the n arket and the is I nan tha Therefore the of turo g the interest of the whole t use of 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