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   Baraboo Republic (Newspaper) - December 8, 1859, Baraboo, Wisconsin                               G- Vol. Y.] :_ I'1.'1'1'V '..'in.1 .-liti'iiii -M- i. t: OJttt, South Stilt oflftt Pittite Sijaare. PER A.UWAY9 IJf-AUV.VMOK. Jlimit Iij Currltr, t.oiOT, Tliw- fltt do do do do nuilnno do do  tin- nf llnraUmi ami rlclnltv. Knit mitt Kiiiirtli MrooN. ISf.9. g-Uf DEPOSITORY. Xouth of the Court 'llintti SIIOIKTV UK SACK mtiylio fi'iinil I'viry vmli-ly nl Ililil.'sniiil I" tlin pcnrl. mill vnrylnp In pnoi- from llvo ci-nU. Inolirllnu Dnnlnli. (I. I im.it, Fn-ncli, Wrlcli. nml IH.MI. DcpuHllnry. Milwaulteo and Mltslwlrpl On nml nfti'r Aimiwl Mmli.im ciilnj; Kn.t nl A. v.nml l-.M Roini; We.t, lit r. l.i'nvi> Mnniniiiiiln C'.inc Ivml, nt 7 A. M. nnil r.M.; pilng r.'w. 17 WM.JKRVIS, EXPRESS COMPANY. TlicTimilonilsncil will nltfiul In nil tlinmali Ilin AMKIIIOAX I'OM- nl S'fwimrt Slnllini. "li iln1 l.n >V U. U. H.O. IIU.VTKH. Aci'iil. Am. Kxp. Cnnipnny. J7AVJ Eli TAKINB. MKTALUC HUIIIAI. CAsm.nnil ivmly Mnili- Cuf- An.. Imnil niul for nt Fiirnltiiti' Warn llrAX .t i. April 90. oOS t f I i i wipply Fnmlly I'nekni llyinn nru rcevlvril nt L. F. PEIIICINS'. Dolllon Arndeniy. Tlic iirxl Irrni will com- winirr Mmiilny .Nnvi mlifr I lie Ttli.ni'jtt. A pnniipt ntlrniliiticc nt tliu tlm rrqiiciilpil. J.S. HASCAtL, Prlnrlpnl. l.t.lSSO. 23-lf NEW COCDr A nf Wnll rli.Hil 1'npcr. Mtiri'llnnrnim mine; and pomotimc.s 1 would cense to hear the rapid .movements of her pen, and looking up I would find her eyes fixed on my. face, while n hap py smile was playing round her One dny that glaneo found me, in a moKt uni'caftoiinblo mood. The of her lovo halt puine-.l me, nnd I said, curtly: It is bnd taste, Alice, to look at any one in that She dropped her.'pcn, only too glnd of nn excuse to talk to me, nnd came nnd leaned over my chair. "And why .when I lovo nomo one." This wns n bnd beginning of the les- son. I wnnted to tenoh her, nnd turned over my papers in silence. Do I annoy you, Francis Not much." Her light hand was playing with my hair, nnd her breath warm on iny I Iclt my wisdom'vanishing, nnd tried to mnke up fur its loss by at inuvonsed unlilni'ss of milliner. One kiss" she said; "just one, am' I'll po away." What imnsenRc, Alice. Whnt time have I to think of kisHes Do I tense you, Francis Very much." She irnvo n little faint thn I could Hunrcely hear left iht room.- I had Hcarod her gaiety awn) for'thnt morning. i Thin wns the fire t cloud in our sky .It strnnge, now, wheii .1 loul bnuk upon it nftor tho Inpso of years how pori'evoriiif'ly 1 labored to destfoj the fiinndation ol pi'iico and on which I might have built my life. Tho remaining six months of that yen wore months of misery to me, nnd I doubt not to Alice, for grew thit nnd pale, nnd lost her gaiety. I.lint micoocdcd only too well in iny plan nnd MIC learned to doubt my nJlVetibi for her. I toll this by the look 'in he eyes now nnd by the.wn; in which she seemed to cling dog, M if .his love nnd Hdelity wcr now lier only hope, But! wns 'to proud to own.myself In the wrong, an tho breach widened dny by dny. In tlio midst.of this cstnmgcniei tlio dog siukonod. There was a, wee of misgiving on Alice's part, whe'ivsli Hnt beside him with her books or .wrl ing nil the wns n dny who both books nnd manuscript were pi nwny, and sho was bending over her tears'falfinp us she trie to hush Ids and looked into h' fust lihiaiitjr W.ntr n n. Vankw Niitlnnt, itc.' Ihnn L..F. PKRK1KB. hour of BtUliH-Hs, wlieiiI lay on tl loweonehjuolthcrspenking nor stirring VncI ireath' wns done, bent him vith n pnssionnto tho white pot.upon.his forelmnd, nnd closed the dark .were iiVnoiVtpwiir'ds her with u loving look. 'Slip-did libt ob'in'd to' mei-Ipr''sy'nip'a- hy. Sli'o "tho nrdohc'ridtig.-nfgrn.vc'nndiiburicdiihiih onoath tlio ipiitiotiod him to nip, niid, never., paid ci'dnlly visit to liis, grave till I was.bu'sy ,'ith; niy'.pn'p ers'-'fpr tho tie -'year which hnd-begutrlii'lovo nnd one morning thpFebriinr'y fplltiwiiig, looking over o'ino deeds that 'linid been" nog- icted', when -I in lie-' balcony loutaldo'aho'-window. 'It ;as the first time I sing- ig iy' pen' hearing'her oining through the hall, I took it lip and It 'wns n bright'beniuifiirdayi nd to'- briiijr'a burst of unliglit and'linppiness'with h'ci'-hs sho poned't ho ;dooiv- llor Vli'eo of ''fu'rm-hbjjspj iis. she n'm'o'on tip-too hhd'b'eiii o'ver'iiiy chair; Ill I She Inid-n, pr.etty with blue i I I liavb to'the eotisbrvatory, Imvb'-brbiighi you flowers firtho ling else, perhaps, .you (may ot fikV'so She b'eiit over me' ns'shb- spoke; liijcl nnlnp her. hand shoulder, kiss- 1 me or some time when' icklid'tliiH of her own l.roundiin my chair amMbokodiup at You. seem "It is uid; stationing Uiorsolfupon id looking..into my I1 tali ma'ny .happy, irtiH j lier ybioo'.faltcrod a little, nn'ilr been' any, rnnciH.'for system fn ce to my 111 bury it to-day, Sho clung to me in-silencu, nnd hid cr-fncb upon1 my-breast. 'the rowujhair.thnt was scattered .over iny. iotildbr, and.said I was qniio willing (as'if I liad'nny- nt which she looked p with a bright dare say. ouijht me.yory wo will mnko a now' beginning this dnyi'Frnncis." If you She caressed mo again, after a queer ttlo fashion of her own, indo HIM and .wliieh consisted f a series of kisses bestowed ticnlly, on different''parts''of my I .believe, being allotted t irehend, two to each dhcbk, two to lie chin, four'to'-my lipKj to ny eyes; She? went through- this cer- niony. with a painstaking lion looked mo face.; All. her und tenderness seemed to'come p before' in that monientj nnd eifn'ce ho pnst.nnd.its unhapiunos's..- 1 held ler clonely to my heart, and her arms vero neck..-.. "Will any one My. wifi ad scarcely left mo five moments .be- ore the funoy enmo to me thnt I had hown too plainly tho power slio hnd jvor mo. For months ;I hnd 'bow chouling myself into icoldncssniid! in lifl'erenco, and at her very- first warm or smile, I was completely routed. Sho had vexed and thwarted, nnd an- loyed mo much during those months t would not do to pardon her so fnllj ind entirely before sho had'even-asked ny forgiveness. Itook n sudden res- ilulion j and, she oame back into tho room, wns buried in my papers once 'more. Po'or'child I ".Sho had one, nilf hour's sniinhine, at One she the ion out.of my ;hing up over my-head. "I have a liii'th-dny gift, for you. Do you wnnt If you to me, certainly." "Then nsk trie for I snid nothing, but took up my pen ignin; Her comitonnnco fell a little. Would you like tim- ,dly. _" Tliero wns n_ snint in old I snid, quiolly, going on with a namesake of mine, by. the way- Saint Francis of wns neons- tomed to sny, thnt one should never nsk'or refuse "Well I But-I am''not1 talking'to- Saint Francis j I nm tnlkinp to Will yon have my Sny.yes to plense to mnUe; my happy day still happier." Don't be a child, Alice." i It is cliildish, I know j-butlindulgd me this once. It is such thingj nnd.it will make mo very I shnll not 'fi'binitho -she said.'sarcastic- ...iidtp my ,word, 'you'arojtliQ of or, the" little' gb'd of IKVf.Q '-i t SliOjplaced Uio fragment's another-and' looked nt "If can bo iriehded, but tha abeidcn't mnst'lcav1o1its trace, like ______ Oh, slio lier- self dowiriby my chair, hand to licr-lips, "-Why'do-you'trymu so? Do you really lovo mo I 'said, impatient jjf rospihnd turned, vcry'jji'nioi-'.-'i l.wilUgb thoji. Cut my duobiion. ,.Do voii isVVlv _ Did you lovo ma when pd Francis Biit you dliViiot lovo Slope you ;iy.ill 1 it'! Go not 'Ip'vo you There wns a Jdend. as the Jying worcls-'left- inyjili ind so white and'raivc white and' gnyc me ,i bcniv Francis. is )plliing_ on this., ,1'nrth, thnt be q'm itleu: y and sadly, Tho hen, and onlvin whiles-pulp light pume! hrou-jh I so eoitncctod! that: to thin ,day.' can-never see the golden radiatlce.como' nKtli tvilliniif. "tlm nnd 1 my e'.-li without "the. iiuiio kn jfe'.-liko puiig behind: A- T i 7- I! ____ i! Alice became wbnkeivnnd growlrpnl- y ill. on'- tlie.-eontitlbiit! was strongly' r.eopih mended b'y is'tjie.jlikeliesi. menus It whs' impossible': for m'citq bill _. i you choose to give me. Only me long, for I wnnt to go on with these papers, The next moment (n jtreity littlei bronze inkstand, mndo like a Cupid, with :liis quiver full ot feet, tnVned nwny grieved nnd nngry. Iistooped up wnn broken, in. two. M Oh, you can condescend to lift it Home.friends Wan-oner, with rt-ero' going' to ''Italy "lor nnd it wns-arranged .tliat'jyiee should: accompany They remained -abroad, nine months instead'bf wondered' and1 joked wife's 'docerting utit'I only laiiglied, 'niid siiid, I ..should sboii go nftor her it-iilio remained.liwny much: longprf'tnnd' they thought we were'still -a model'couple. Biity.hnd they seeii-mo sitting. }n.vmy nt over Alice's letters froni abroad, they would, hn-ve. known: what a -gulf liad ojjoncd1 two; I'-had read those letters over-ami over again, with aching'throb's going'through m> -They were fuil ot 'incident and' interest; and 'people called lliom who. had not seen: tho. mixture of, womanly and childlike playfulness in her. char- acter thnt I hnd sucn, nnd'whiuh I was no more.' .At last shcrreturnccT.. rcanio.hbmb tired evening, n loiter lying oirniy lablc, informing-ino that she would crpsa'tp Dover 'bir.the morrow..... I went'down ib Dover; to moot her; Our.cstrangemoiit had worn iny' honrl. Slio hn'd.-lpvod mo once: sho should.love mo again 1' I wtvs worn, hairgard. Itook a bath and made a careful .toilet .after-, my hurried journey; As'I 'was taking my last look in the glass, tho hotel ;waitei came to tell mo.they.ha'd'iuTi.vod...... I iollowed htm, morn nervous than 1 had ever''been' b'nforp in my' Wari-unei' gi-an'pod'iiiy hand as I open- ed'thu her kind heart out Oh, my dear Fi-ank'l- '1 mn so glad to see you. And. we have brought yot yoiii well." .Next morning sho-entered, d, little King Charles Bpanior iVisking about her feet. I had'her 'in- nl it wns not .until: she liisaoc' no that I know how cold and pale slit vas." Alice, aro you ill up her away from'nip o'nd-looking in ,o her 'Hpi-eycs1 met' mine.- but their ok ight'Was quite i-. "Not.in'tho.lcnst ill, said quietly..- But you; must.remenibei I.have'not seen you for nine mouth's aiid'ybu startjod tup a My .household fairy had'fled, nnd could only mourn'.that: 1 'should: neve ook uponilier sweet young .face again It, was another Alice, this. -I had slnii my own Alice, nnd n'bthihg could re hniin'nto her. 1 was'like onoin'n dronm 5 could not .wake.. I .lial mado changes in the hoiise, and all1fpr.hui I took her'through :.th6' oiindn when in perfect health.' The infted1 wdlgbt-'of himself and -lady wns Ivo hundred Ho 'retained his erect posture nnd military gait, to the nst. IXu wns full of fun, wit, repartee ind anecdote, and one of llio best after dinner speakers in tho country. lie vns n gontlomnn of spotless integrity ti nil tho 'rotations of life, nnd no man a widor populnrity or'n larger jirclo ot sincere mendH nnd I5r. M. was ior nearly nil bin lifo a nombor of thu Episcopal Church, and n constant 'attendant upon Us ministra- tion's. ______' AK KDITOH'S fut, of the St. Anthony (Minn.) Jfeirt iiiblished liis valedictory last llopays: Fonr yonrs. of active service in the profession editorial, have revealed to us tho'fiict tlrnt tho principal emolu- ments niid ininiutities .enjoyed by the chnir.nre an oacnn of advice, a shower ot .brickbntH, nnd nn endless procession of two-dollnr promisps.' Brown, (Artemus of, the Cleveland- I'lnindonler, lins for Ids Inst Vy" We'ad vise qctlvo'demociats to hvbirf ric wspnpcrs for 'a fo w; Adopt a more chbcfful fitylb of reading. We ave perusing tba-Ncw Testament." Siinnysido and ot tho graceful lifo of -the .veteran From those Mcelchcs hopes were nflorcl-' ed that liis life might yet bo prolonged lor Bomcj years. .JJiit'they aro [lointed. Tlio mellow evening of, ifp has auddenly .closed. There havo been few lives so sunny; niid beautiful as1 that of Wnshington Throughout hiiilbiig career wo do iiot? remember, to hiivo heard 'an' unkind word upokcn of him, niid ho dies' with nil his work accomplished. JUiidltott 'Journal. Koop Your -Scat. ..r. .i The Biiilido M'yiublia calls public at- tention to a feature of llio railroad ac- cident ncnr Wntcrtowh which hus heretofore escaped' comment tlio po- sition in the cam ol: those who suffered mont and warns piwstongprs TO KKEP TiiKin SUAT8, nnd hot leave thorn whilu in motion.'- It makes tlm following statements; ns far as wo aro correct: Of tho twelve pussengcrt who word killed on the Excursion Train, in Win- cousin, n few. days seven arc ported by llio papers ns being, at tho time of the accident, ns Ono in the Post Oflico our, three in the bng-' gage car, and three on tho plnlform; of the five others tho account docs not state where they were, but ns of, thorn nro snid.to be in the employ of the company, it to bo inferred they were not in tlm ivytilnr passenger nnd tho other three. may have been in their or hot the reports do.' not' say but nil not one Indy or child killed, nnd us they wero u Inrgo propor- party, tho presupipiion is' iy of the men were wheroi lion of tlio that not niniiy by the rules of llio company, nnd tho dictntcH of common jn-iidence. ibey should havo boen. ..Hnd that Noliro' to on the car door, not to stand on the-plnlform, been rcgardcdi" several lives would not have been lost; Why will not obey that' necessary nnd (Iniippr-having rulo Occnupo, in mnny iniiliincitH, they nro' wedded to tobacco that: they must, smoke even nt the peril of their lives." PKAcurur, DIUTII ov WAMIIS'OTOM. Irvinp retired) to his room about Ion o'clock on tho' the UCth nit, feeling tnoro Ian-1., gnid than nsiial, and complaining of pain in his apparently not' more unwell Ihan ho had been for sov> oral pntt. as he reached room, nnd while his nicco was hear'' him, ho suddenly full, nnd in a moment' wns gone. A physician wnx soon him, but no mortal nid could nvail tof bring him back. I saw him within nil' hour from tho time ho wns taken, ho roamed as if in pinbcful sleep. Only last week he wan in excellent' health, but it being siiggustoJ to him. that he to 0113 more book and that iho'rominscenoes of his liter- ary answered it is Is tod into now 1 I shall. never tnko llio ngain; I have s i entirely given up rlt ing, that oven my best friond's Jotlerif lio unnnswerod. I must havo No more books now. AT TIIK editor of thn Bloomington Aryut in bis vale-, dietary, announcing the siiNpemtioh of liis filicot forever marOf following sensible decision: Tho J rough, .thnt ;.wo hnvn linu.cinco we issued the first wimy bcr of our pnpcr last summer, has custcd.us with tho; and, we. Chnll bo extremely grateful H.fumiu of our friends will send Asylum nt daily, ?.nd placo in tlio nonioJ wo'rrfs ot gny   

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