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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 MUNTRY COtSlN, >NCLL'OKD.   g Mm l.imlv is milfiriPiitlv Sho i- ri-ally vory unm-ipy at m> nhminnev, nriil rny limu-l m-lie-i inili pnv, cvnn while I I. run-fit li'-r 1 Imvo loigiven !n-r a ih'iits ii-ii) iniir-t tin' I'IP Irw I IMM her llnmghllrs-i ri nriiks ucciis iinrii mo ripnrri-ril> I'-io gfiiK'rnxitv of vour ITIII lupiio.l ln-r iiiii'ln, "but this IViiitt li.- iiui'd [uo Mi i'iig ;i tu In- c ov ii'i-uim1. r' i   she WHS lio wns daep.y bmilv, interested in her, and it is no less cerium llifitinr his sitko would have I'cnouiic ed an abteiil, bill not less worthy nut th.tihho Itned Sir lidwnrd belter, bui l.'ion, ho was the sun of n marquis, and n- tnivo all, one lho higliliu.uied VVil- i mo s iseie umpiring ur ralhoi manuuuveriiig i n'.ll'n'i li'inr rifipr this rniivr-is iiimi i tu vnpti vrti.i. llui alas! for tliL-ir Mjlieino.-; llmviml, ami Lull Mr lidiviird ono to be ontrappt-il mi a vl opting t-xpoliiiiin; idinly I iiy ai l, sincu Ins irtivuls in Inreig'i uoun- U d.-K-rui-iicd M ii'uip of lit-r{ int-n imo hii knuwloJgo ol the Iriahionablo ii> TI i-ililf lui if .in h -in; hi-i ;iii-niiii I'lunl, uho H, th-iiking ho Mj V C. l.lli.ni.ilillke nti jrtl-ind d iiiiig, nnJ iln juii not gPiit'ia'lv tt-tu'e nnt'iitii :iiie nn u> woi.d hud sickened him of inli'iguing w.is vi-ry nnji-li mammas ur nll't'cU-d True, he fii'iiiptiinps shuts eh si mud with Emily's benuly and fitxiiin- ftt" iiinisr.-tl liom anil, had iho npponred a little or lulhcr uiufo naluial, iheio is no (oiling p-ipn." ri i. .1 us thry Imvo happened. As il wtis, i I >fii >i o I. s i ii ions nnd (.-I i-g iiit store, I ho hud uuvor ihougni of mai ryi'ig j -So wns ho that Ina most iiiUmaiti Hnvn 1 j friend.-, nlio-.dy nceouiilt-d him a bnchelur; and Li-, iJiMjiilo In.-, domestic uisu's, and nd nin.il'uii ol wi.uiun Mimuiimes I oared li siiiiulil nuvcr lintj boau ideal of hit iguialinn, in winch cnso ho would most n.-isineilly inlfil his friond's predictions. HIP Mr t'uiirtlnrid, uho wi.s Tliu anniversary of Emily's birth-day I :i (implied gpinlnnvi, hid been j was> f ist nppionching, nnd sinuorly she i ii .1 ivil1, III ui Kmll'. lint I ess' liupo th.it at la i's visit would Ijo C'linplel r well d !H p I'M-, mid niu s f o. cJ ln-luio II-, ni iu.il. A I.is! the day caau -t in u In r. h nl iti-K bo-' muiid, and wns Mil! lliuio. In the AII! mi ul tliusp fl illL-ring ai. lenily p-irl of the day h.id occasion In In iho hum I of wo- go lo 's i-outn, w huio she f.mna hei n ic-ciitii.ijj on iho sufii weeping biltcily. 'IIP iri-'v F.milv slirai'k hi-- clunr tho oxclnunco, "ulrilC'ili tie lho nialU'i-.'" Kuiily ludrly yusheil I er away, say ing. 'Li-.iv i' mo alum I nui n n d and unhap- py 1 du not wiih in soo ['i.Pil and L uisn, cum 'n thoro uollliLg 1 can du tu iv, 'll wu you wiuiKI said Cim- l.i.m.vi was giu-trij, but not ulltTifled; .III.I 111 tun. ul l-..llie-.'tlu .S ailO SUUgllt tu KII i.y ot her iiii.-lakp. I toll you i ,iu iiif llio u HIV iiouiili-.' '1 iho c..'iu-n u! yum irouiili Why, Erni- Iv, mi oarlh c.ui }ou will bo atiyiy, and will go to' papa with .t J will not. Whoever me then, 1 am werping sirnp'y e-au1.'; Iriendswho conia tu cclrbralo this day, will laugh at your mid dresu.' Hut why cry for lhal? they crin'l mnkc li ,of s tl.M I- I' mill r-s, IK-' lirni'fc hi-. uliiul her IN" a 1 1 li it nn i u'f mn i, r i n t k s irrU d c n.'r r 1. F.milv it I, pn-fv I I .r ,1 II IVl- F I r C- 'I U't. il'- riiitl nui; Ch n li -i P.ul this is a r.iliuups Jiiid Im In l-imp" I i ,v 'i ill el.: v ii' I 1 ll'-, UlliV ll, lo'ik II' M.is sriid MJ pn'ii'ty, an 1 rilll-cin-u t nili irt-assinp.it; ''TIM c un siimv you liiis oven i J, but I'd like to buy u i oi coun'ry rustics woiff f, l.i lho d nlf-r, nil'', ctppn I'' r'liiiiii.'ind; so withuin i UK- Itinittsh sr-Ci'Ollv v- :M i.g tail Kirn'v lluwnrd Hhi'iild hnvo j'gira roll lion ht> c'turtcuurly nsk- .-it ahill show von, silk in 1 t' co, Hrst h mJsomo calico, .1.1 10 luok nt your nic-o rliiiniil in tho n lc-li'd voice of a fashion- nblv ullii-mJ joiii.g Isulv, lantjnishingK f iliup hersr If on a stool by the hidn ul MM, t.i t) ling m ing her ilelijnlc hand. j.rinis ik ri- piuriiiuoil, will the us- t'onmipn 1 itiuii of stylos, t'lcg'ini r. TO-, fax! i-ol >r ,1.1 xt opliormb'p printi, vV-: nd'lrf.st'ig nllcrnnttly to luo l.. I'; ii.Is! raid Louisa. "I ask- real ico." I'hn is the nr'iclp, gravely nl Mr. Coiml.itid. Wi il, n furiiiy tiamo for calico; rue not lively enough, why tlioy ji-t liko in i old faded wnsli gown, would do tit-tli-r i'ur tny grandmother i f. n yotJiif g r! mo. I like your ipnl il.is.hy c-ilicti, or as you uall Thn vonng Indy n ncorriful look on nnrt her wido sprond. about her, na il'uhe learpcl iMi tu IP, nu nihn; du ml) ,I1 >uur i-n. llmrnrd, n.id cU kept nt u continued jtl Kmil sai'l who hnd pro. was 1'jrced to lho sound of Mr. Howard's voice, the 'v un the sfrtol hnd raised hnr nnd I'tirdiaicly diii.-uverpd Imr lo lip, ihn be Mrs. Wilinot's oldflut -xhtpr, ntnl o.ie of her most pirticulnr i ,U. With n formnl for Mr. How. f" and a rhiltmp srrilo for Rmily, io Mr. Cnn'tlund with, "I sennoth. 'i; il-nt quiin and then mine 1 'K nf the ntore. I'ink, Louisa, fittlnw- hfT dvM, "what n wiildle- piece of wouk Ihnt girl ol 1 Wliy, Mr. "that what thay cntl grncelut." 1 'Just abfiut nt m our duaks, know noihinf of inp nloBf) ihkt'a me cry: 1 don'i u'ire I'ur urn ono cent.' 'Hut tind I ihlli-i; nnd lo know thnt my C'Hivin ho laughod at, w.Ii me muiprnblo nil li.iy lung cuubin, what a strnngoly disinterested gul you il shows huw dc-nrly you Invo rnc, and since it is your birth-day, you shnll liavo own vvuy, nnd I will pro tnisc to do evei Billing just ns you tell mo.' 'I hai samo a large sclectcompnny was in tlio illuininat- n. hall.s of Mr. lluwaid. Euward Wallon wns seated between llio two Miss Wilmots, when lho elder 'I rc-iilly hope ihat rustic cousin will bo lioro, it will Lo so omuning to soo lier itiinuvivre. And Emily she turned nineteen diHerein colours when I Lapper.ed lo meet iheni at hard ihny iry tn bognnlecl; but it's of no USD, if liipy n'low such vulgnr visitor's. one such enoounter must convince every well brod uf iheir orijjin. I know several ihnt would have drupped them long ngn, but thai lho silly I hi tigs give such sjili-iidid pniites.' At tnut moriieni, Emily, who hnd spent many hours in dressing and drilling her .MIL projonted her to her guests. VV'hnl n chnruling said Sir wiiiY; 'but bless me, 'tis the country girl I'imorphosed truly- How sweetly shn looks in ihnl simple whito muslin, and that whilo in her beautiful hair.' Louisa iripd, (or appeared to try) to mnkn her entrnnce the haa bson in- structed, hut nfter two or thi-es nwkward nllornps she sunk into the first empty chair! unying I can't do it.'EmiK, nnd it's 111 use to try.' A hnll'suppressed titter ran through the epnrlrnent, ntid nli eyes turned suru- niiisiingljr upon Edwnrd'i in pity nnd ndmirniinii, for he wiw, or im.igined he raw, a painful blush overoprend bar cheek nt her awkward situation. '1 thought you told mo she was n gawky lookup cotmiry s-iid the younger Mm Wilmot to her siMer. 'And HO she is, but Emily has been seek- ing to disguiee the fuel hy'rigginjf her up in her old cast-off slothes, How disgust- then whai's tha has shown out tno soon.' "Why don't you piny (mme thing or oth- art" atltad Louisi. whara, I Ejnity, I WH Mt M I il i only men in ID say ii wan drmnJfutouJI hero. sitting stuck still nnd staring nt ono anoth- er. It's what I call a Quaker jist no celebration nt "Why, Louisa'" said Mr. Howard, "our friends nro enjovirig conversation." "Well, then I should think they would talk loud i nnugh si t could hear ihrm, foi ro-illy, I begin lo think tho-e Iwo girls thor-', (pointing la the Wjlmnlj.) am puk- ing fun nt mo. If I'd worn r.i) big ills 8'inl comb, whnt cnst my inrnhcr twolvf iollnrs, nnd striped gown, I snuuld havp -xprcled to hnvii boon Inughed ni, Em- ily, told run so, but now I rion'i SPP what 'tis you find, sei-ing as how I rim nfi iVisluonabio as any on ymi, llm" to bo sure, 1 Inok n deal prptiior in mv uwi) fl nlics. Liut thoro 'tis; I ]uvn nn ami I you'd thought hhc luvpct mo if you d how ciipii iinr) took nn, for [Par I'd ho l.inghci! fit, nnd I told her lo rig mn up jus! us she plenvd, though I could hardly keep I rum crying to think how queor I should look. At ihnt moment Sir Lviwnrd, who really pilied Emily, who snl like a Yt.ntue, prnpos- p.l tnmic, nnd prevnilpd on a young ladv whom he knew lo be .vo'l io her seal al lho pmno. Afler lho conuliiiion of her ndmirnblol poi formance, Miss VVilmol wns inviipd, j uho replied in nwny ihnl i-oiintry nuisance, nnd I will." j "I will withdraw, an I save him the trou-1 s id in the same longuo. i Miss Wilmot stnrted nnd reddened; while i tiir Edwttrd, almost confounded, gnzed al-j lurnaiely at lho Iwo. gentto lady, be n iiltlo more i careful in suid Lrmisa, drily; some ripping nro gioen when ripe." Quito dii-cornfitted, Miss VViltriot sealed] herself, and wishing to show off, attempted j u very beautiful, bui difficult kalian piece, i but nut having practiced sufficiently, und foeliug a li'lln disturbed at what hnd Irans- pnnit, ahe failed entirely. tlmught "is rny nnd .-.lipping gaily furv.nril. willi IIIUMO..! I nigh, .si.r resumed ihe auat vilnih Wi.inul As hei ticliuni'i ,'i-igi-r.i i if i.oios, ovpry loterul musiugnth- r.iiuiM her, and tippar- j ent rll ni, "-in- luui suci'Psdlullv tlir nn-i.i i n which tliH nioriifiud Missi ,ui.i f.ulc I, vuico was tainost- in 1'iiiri'uUi g lu-r to cotilinuo. i "What a angel she is Sir I'M win i as ho viewed her wilh raplj-j ruus devotion, what jirace of form arid1 irinkTineiita what sjilondidht.ir! nnd above all, whu; n I quilo susp'-ct a plull Ay, 1 h-ive it now, bho ts no )uslif, Ui.it muro ihuii a for mo fitiR.l lady hore Al ihnl iTuHii'-ui .-hit sang to a plaintive nir with her mellow, touching voice, ntid Sir Kdwuid wns completely not lhal guild music ivas a new thing to him, by no then lho conquering lit- tle god had aimed n successful dart, thal'a "Do not ngiin assame your rustic man- ners." said Mr. Howard lo Louisa, aa alia t-lFecleiJ a polite escape from lho imjiuitu- nitics of ht-r admirers; "fur by this timo Emily understands it nil, and I am sure is quilo disguslod with lho Wilmuts.'1 While tlisy were speaking, the smiling Emily nrtvnncod, nnd shaking her fingei at Louisa, (.fieclionalely said: "You are caught nt l.isl rny previous cousin! VVIion you perform your rin.xt cum ody I nd use you tu lakn lho sing'-, us I hivo no Uia'.c lor sucii cruel Do seo thoso insulting mor- Ulii'J lliey Yuu sorvoil lliem ami llio noble Sir Edward Walton is, I n-.u love with Ihuir "country nuisance." O, chririiing! charming! Now they will have a chntiCO to onvy instead of detpise. But here he comes, laughing right merri- ly." "A truly delightful comedy, Miss Dnt- said ho, ''but I liko ihe closing scene bust; nnd, Miss llu ward, judging from your happy face, our tastes are nut entirely dis- aimilmr." only think Sir exclaim- ed Emily, 'how cruel lo koi p mo in igno ranoe of tho pint, ever, my own tenrter- hoarlod faihar enjoying deed 1 suspect him of conspiracy. But thiro it is; 1 half conceive their rmuivo, 1 suppose I must feign  iil-mnn- norpd bearing. Wo hean! n recent ol'thia kind worth relnt-ng. A casn wnsbomg tried mi Long I-tlnnd n'lont tlirt suiindae.i: ofn iiursp, in winch n clergyman, not vary convoisint with such nritieis, nupnnrcd as, n wnne.ss. [In was a Int'iO confuipil in giving his evidence, nn-1, a hliiMermg ol a lawjor, wliocxarn- iiiPil him, ill last .xelaimcd: "Pray, sir. ,ii> ymi kn i.v iho rlifl'-rprn.'e (icl'vei-.i .1 !l >r-.n ruiii n "I mv isriiorrincp; "rrnlimj thr c iiinn; "I Inudlv knuw ihe liiif. r enci) betwoen a hurse nnii n cow; or i bully nm1 n hull, only that n bnl1, I am has horns, anil a bully, (bowing with mock ra- pped in ihn pellyfugger) luckily lor mo has none." can the lawyer; ''I've no further qiicsiions to nsk you." The only prnuticnt joko in which Mr. Bnniurn over personally engngrjd, was with a boy at Canterbury, (when u school now a gnlinnt Mnjur, famed for dpeds of nrms; IIP. enteretl n qunker meet, ing house; looked n round nl Iho grave sombly; ihelnltnr hold up n penny tart, and said y n railroad, no lilncl Uhipr-cua mid ,Si.Omx rivers, rind j pstim-ue. Taking tho receipts of their inbutaiie.s above lno (nils of Si An- tin- M. it M. n6 a basis of cal- ns also in securing tn Milwaukee cultiion, tho gross receipts yearly of tha tho v ia busmcs-s which is to grow up on th t caiitil y recently tiy ih ttovprnmcnl fiom tho Sioux hriiiitifs wliii-iipt this liino ia by no means insigni- fic.iiii; it ii of vi'.il impi rianco lo llu h prospenty ol cily, to'the north -I-B ninl nm-Inves'.ern portion of W'is-1 10 ba given an cousin, nnd lo iMirneso'n, nnd Wi.crens. Tnis. roml, taking into consid- eration tlio iialiiriilnrfvnijfiges and faciiilips of the courilry fur thndenaelv populated, rapidly populating nnd flourish- La road, 'JOO miles in lenijlh, would bo !J ceductiiig 40 pi r rent for uses, would ba left si net o; :he ri.nd. nnd that without iis.il isig uny ca'culalion for increase of linci) and travel. A first morlgiga of mm uf SIO.OUO par mile. He had nj i us to the vnlao oi' atocfc nn Tho country through win. h iho road hnd to panu wai tit produc- asnti} in iho Uni'eil Smiej. That on ing condition of tiio country through which j ol tho Wiscontin river for 100 n vi il pass, the num'jer of villng'-s nnd nu-! wai Almost as good tlmt on morons watp.r powers on tho route, tho VBS.I tho people had not bpen there amou 11 of freight and largo number oi songcrs which would pass ovnr ro.id. lha direct commuriiciiuon il will open with our 1 lastorn mirkol, iVom llio Northern nnd pmtion of our tJtnlo nnd from lurni-t.iiif; a groat lrr.nk rfnl liirplchmg di-ig m.illy ncruss ihe hrcniiih uf ihn nnd pioienliiig i gruai allr.iclivo indm-o nenli U-r numoruui bivmc.los or coi'nnctmg ro id-> on mo rtRiiii hand, nnd on tlio left, c.-innui f.nl I i lie highl" i-erinirieraiive, and ufjors mJuce lo ihiil are rnrt-.y c- heri-liiio i. TI miicn lui.MI 11 tit a') nf s.' i f, iilghl with ll> ill'i not only to otir hut tn :hfl IPJJ.OII ul'coDiitry !fM> ni.iry lo its) wu all uii.ieouron ergicf Ke.hjfoetl. That llio sovpral counties, lowu- -nid llirough whirh iiip ro-id will i hnvo a comtiMii iniot'esl in consti uclinn, nnd n.vHo tltPiit, onii will use 'ill honorable means to induce them t> [join in in landing their credit and ratioi to llie ullurmuht, nnd will exemplify to them thnt we are lu assist every mo-ilia in our power, (individualij md its prosecution and raj) id completion. of "Whoftouvor spoaks first ho shall hive this thy answered the drub col- ored "poiliy ay "The pie exclaimed Mr. Bnr- num plncmg it before the astonished speak- er, and hastily clfecied hia escape. A Uridgpwaler. England, si-einr; n iiign over the dour wilh the word he called lo ihe wnmnii to inquire what she sold, when said sho did not sell nnythmg, hut that wero cured here. Important Rilitorofthe Wall Street "Jourrml" snvs ihnt il ia conjidereo fair to Btenl n kiss nnd nn umhrctln nt nil Our fnir Allie to ilia form- er, sayfrtg that she alwavii returns it! A yiuth who not longninee rec-nivod the adopted a vary novel method of committing tuicidp. He purchased n [t cuislon cup, placed it upcn head, struck it wkh when it exploded and blew lunc, btil they arc there, and ara beginning to p.irn Botiirihing. II it if there not a while man ihera, iho hrougii route would pay a good inter- fsl. Tho tons of merchandize for tha J'rurie U Crone, for tha ye-n If5l, ninounlpd to nnd the am" nit paid for puaspnjrers wnii and .hn irctifp's on this transuorta- A Kntirond would get aim a.I tlii-t Suppusmg that ii g '.only gross receipta ,1 lit Thin also rnnhrt no nil -.in'-? f.n- yr-nily gmwth. Then, a- I gnu iln'io C'llnteiul advatitngea i y mi -d tjy ilia wpre detailed in li o iuviluimiis. The conitruclion of a I m.i. lo I-', tl wuutil -jfouro ill it lean tvliich mitjro IO conwt lipn K very cnrninvrci-il place ie sur- run: ilrd Uv a nnuirnl ss. It should t-ike puiis loopen nvonuMi of communica- tion with lhal regnm. Enemies never sliii: her nor sleep; they me studying nnd dronmmg If Milwaukee ra- trea t, il will get "n firo in the rear." This Li Uuad will secure n Ugitrmola nvei ue. Mr. Si run here dilated at some iong'h upon tlio rich productions of tha cum try ihrnugh whicti the loid Ali would bo secured to Milwaukee Trial as ino Ln Crosso t( lako j, There wne enough Milw.uikee Railroad will be remunerative; buat iess ln irol, pltw. of the ens', of us cnnsvuclintt, enhanco vnlue of our priipocty, and incrense oui comirprcial ndv.-iningcs, we are in fnvor o! lendir g tho credit of our city to nid in its const: uclion, to the ntnouiit ot upon -.tich lerms na may be arranged be- tween the Common Council and the com- pany organized for its construction. Ite-tolised, That ihe Legislntuin bo re- quested lo pnss n law nulhuiizing ihe Com mon ('uiiMcil lo isniio un Ij'int1" for the ot'Tv o Hundred Thousand Dollnrs to aid in i he construction of the La Crassa and Milwaukee It ail Uond, oil such tPrins us may im arranged between tha Common and ;ho Uiraclara af Compa- Rutleed. Thnt J. A. Phelpa, Charles H.Williama, D. Upinnnnnd W. A. Hawk- inn, I-a nppoiniml dalegnies to meet with deleg itm now hon) the cnunties ol i. Columbia Wellington, nnd inuk tho of the' L ttujlionj Com. pnny for the of conwltiog on Ibr Mrljr comawliceintbt of Mia th.n Trowed h( (tn burgh nf Milwaukee. He hoped that Milwaukee renlizo the value of ten oiiln in width, through Weehia- ion uid Dodgn counliec. It wne a of never dretmed of. The eound of il e trip-hammer would ba nrrmnj the ordinary of this City. There win nn tiiimbug in the mailer. A Fouler, of Mnyville, iften prewnt, had M the rinchmery of which wu of ihis iron. No better could found. Large compnniee for working them tvill MKIII bo fortned. is OM film :dy with a capital cnur try obtained undnr Trwty wns filling up Who the this great region t There jt but .ineiat martin United. r for Wbconein and Ie n Atrip of oounlry, ft 33fl milM in width, Mri OMMM M pluee. ihe ie   

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