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Sauk County Standard (Newspaper) - May 4, 1853, Baraboo, Wisconsin SAUK MY VITTtM "l.TBERTV AND NOW AND FOKr.VEK -ONE AND VayaMc in lOLlNE 113. SAUii COUNTY, WISCONSIN, WEDSESiUY, KAY 4, 1853. Directory. UlJK rti Hi .is, in n AT HI-'K r'i-inYVT, Ki-nm ArllniL-'u Gay-oLtt1. TO SPEND; Oii, Tlic liOSlonsMiiUlhe 1'iiikortoiis. 1 must now HT T. S. ARTMVA. 'JillMS. O I'-.'l.i MI Twi> I..... -.'i1- 1 l.u- mU.-Uift-v. Si 1 lilici) lit his i.'i'iiiVr of tti-uui.w iv mul ISixlti nil-ecu, MILKS, M. B "trillion, "Wisconsin. J. S. MOSKLHY, OK MIS tkr. iitalt of JVi-to Yui-'.. fi-niboii, U'inc.'iiaiii. J. H. i'KATT, AMI AT L.uv, Ilirabpu, i-.-ii'iu', Ollion at Ine .-True' Ir.r Sauk eiMin'y. W. II. CLAKK, ll mi''. llnr lit liinv', Sank I'M.. A.I inirustud U) li.Hcaro Tv.ll l-' prilMljU DAN ID UOl.T, Jr., mill 1W... :ti-r, Wisconsin A- nini nil Mi.i-k ju.it in mill du.-.r, no! jNi'l run (iwny homo. .Vln is won ivimt is ko.'.ping mo laio.1' Lucy wns rising with thcso words on except ut n serious loss, which tha hairs! liur lips, when i'.lr Lofton and Mr Acldaud niuncy invested fur the benefit of tlie o, H'I .-jj >n aa received, in certain bank stocks that 'iavo HulFercd a loinpornry de- ThoHo cnnnot now bo iniKia 01 ooiiars, in ins nunos, usitig iiio money for sho, in Dx-rcmo oJF ly appealed tfli.Jiajtnifor' a settlement of hop i! v i lo.. uv vim, UI-.M M- i1' >'-i, A ii- .u I. I.- .1' rt.r: Intillv ti'i 1 U r .'I' I. U- ml til- i'. "I'S iii-.-.- r til'- i, i1-. hrUimr, li -'I''- 11 I I''- illTaris- A. t v, iili'l 1'i.rm'fllnr :-t .rn.ii, "''-ml t" Hi.; cxiiinin- [i.-rl'-rnij- Tilli-s, Al. I'.NKKAI, ACI'.NT, til, ri-i. i.il I i a I i.f llin i i irt nl' l.'.iiti-il -V'nil-it, I, MI I Vair.-iii'.s mi I I' >n.i i'ur Miiui.'iiii.f ill" warof will iiUi-ml I" "i I'..i n i.lx und oltii-i OfliiJi Alii ill Jii.-1-iln, Comity i'l at, lly Wi.. "I" H. II DAVIS, rirrh irt: Cu. Hnartl nf ..-.ion-iit: enmity, Wis- H ill JI'IH to Hit' jnli-HoOt, lli'i'dn, RlDitjriiyi'Ci llin oxojulion film tlm iiu.'uhiiB) or "f Jtoal Ixwi.iiijr of jlAiiii-y. or any i.iln-r loMI, SlUlll IIS tilt ttllJ Bctli'-ll'Cllt <-i ancoiuitr. "i- Inncl, jiuyiuciil -1' JInviiiiK t-n ti n M'U-nl ctiltust -'I to hit aiyi ('HAKLliS F. LAND AGJ'JNT. Minfr.il Faint, Wii. l.ind WurrunU lor tin loweit iH'linfrom thi not'iilry hy m loir rtttm ui if penoiiul udo. LliidH i'ur on tiiuo Lund Ollirw I my] I will he pmpurly i- t! hi piiptr nlwityH v '.'.''.I. I l.mid WnrnniiB n. il at THE 'ATE BANK, CZ280CD MARSHALL ILSLEY, U M BottoD, Ntw.York, Qrtat 1 4e i ooinumlj for la to toll lowett v :r. as tho inctignu- iiiid to hiiri if-ss ,i, SHOD Ills v ot' Air Thiinihiil Im :i i iihf. iirnv.'uio. Thc-.ro that winch shov.-od h'ni to 'jc in I lo hii.rilly lun-i. m.i-'Jn liio Crutn New to I'nl'.iitxire, I'wr tin; vaulmiicut of this especial buarnoss, if lio Inui nut Ibl: strongly on ih'j suiijocl. It wus nil true, thul Mr Aliea hud ircittod nioa; unj'jsitly, rolri'.ningthou- )f dollars Jn1 his-hanos, nnd using tlio money ox ly liusbnnrj's tsWte. A-a .for story nbout stocks, tlmt wns nil n subte- fugo. Tho money had been used IHH own alni'ist us soon us it came 11110 his tuuidd, us hail h-son thousaru-s oi' tloll.-irs belonging to u'.lier iriter- ests nrnl :uul which iiiu inystilifi'J clniinntilH soui.rut tu cbtain. liii-.-.H to tins iiieiit hiiving iiiiriiiii'l, ho h.'itj detertnitied upon t.io c-.ii: Allf.a us iho onn iii'ist likrly W'britVg him at onus to! terms. he was hot in error. hiwyor's shrowdneJs nnd cunning were foci mice nl tniilt. Iln win nut -sn uurluin of 1 ii t; t'i lilow.il from aucll iiu-D-i ili'Lt, it do gave tiio .r, no v.-iiiilil laoiU lilu'ly ru-1 Ui- mil.- crtiul liirusis in pin.-[ t-r.y, Uut how tliin df.-instiiii tu ha HUH? i w.-is he Hi r: ;se iiuir.fUiuU.'U s.iiii dl'siri lliousMiil ilollnrhV It Lull 11111 i hat unly rx Mingle aero of valuable jirojicrty, nw.iv tlip of city, ruintuuaj iii liu-i and tlint would .'sell lor in inuny hiindi'.id.-! fis IK. rioutii.-d I lii uNViioa t'.io lio liveil in, it ior notirly f..! it wcirtli. wore in liuui.ls n lew tlnjusand iloll-'d's ot trusi inuiiey, uut tihilc-r Ciirtriin tiiai unuki it uniiViiiiint; fur his nwn purpo.-ii s. was: then to bo dune How wos raisud Jli this diloioma, Alli.ii li'iougiit of iiis sr.n-in lnw it lujlit [liuhndttiiMujjli h.s itiiud. i'ai's'ji-'.-n1. tV. Lro wt'i'o tl'MiiK li-jiivy mid jicufil.-jiif 'Ih'.ir orcdil W.'IH 'I lio lawyer nuisod for smr.o limo tiiou Inking up his ho datljog olft nota tu cUs- 'l.'iiuniliilt, asking tii.s own no- ligatiuti, piiyalilo in six nnnithii, ami (.11- rlorscd by I'inkortim Leo. would uc- cTfituci inr tlio niniiunt cuo iMi's ribiHit lliff "ruinous rilico" (it wliicii tlio stock Wiiulcl linvi: tu ho sold, it' thrown into market now. A prompt nffirtnativo wacircjlnrncd. A nscapiii! tlie l.jis ol illr Allen as '-fid vl! TlinriihilPti nnawnr. it would 'i i. T humiliating .o his tr> nsk ol trcuti'-ii will1. su'-'i m.d '.owai'ils wiioin ho had uevr.r nulrd with tiveu com- mon civility, until money him u po- sition ihut o.xttii ted reajidct. J.iul he hail: virtually oif'cred the eniioraernent, thorn nas no rotroat now. "My dear Mark, this was Iho tenor ol'; a note wtiiuli lounil its way into the hands! af Mr I'iukorton, while ha yet witb no very pleasant feaiings, over thoj informtitioQ he had recnivod irom tho real oilato brokor touching his valuable pieco of dear Mnrk, if yoj can call urond at my ottlce within an so, if you pleuss. J wish to see you i'oi1 sonioliiiiig very parti- cular." Such a note from Mr Ailon, at any time previous; to wuuld have boeri a [ilcnsant incident to Mr Pinkortan. Ho would have foil it as a kind uf triumph over tho priiie and prnjudico of his father- in-law. tho ein.-ct produced WAS nlto- getlmr tlifiorent now. Tha rnissivo came with u dim shadow of apjiruaetiing trou- ble. "I wonder what ho wants of me so par- tieuliir, nil at This wns the fpirit in wlii.'h tho iidiji received. "Ah. I'.ulc-ft --it GUid to see you. Tiiai-.n i'H. to my rtiquest K.'iiw as Mark on- In tlie aristpcratic ii-mr. li.-jt.'t to the husband of after the peculiar faith ion in it now done; Never hod he been 10 cordial in familliar in hia manner. "Can I do WM the smiling, partinlly embarraised of wha5 in tk Wf-ro iiivol- him in thnir toils, with ;i view 10 ving using tiim extensivr-ly in liio tii-ij lo i Jlo Ind, ihorel'orc, only to .Mr notes fi his owi who wuuld from him, Iiis lintno .ilsy. in on'ic IriLilM. i I a vv: by n': I.Ti'gl't of'.llr liro In l IHU own. fop ng u i in! In H'ii t.'lll tliS UWIl. or yi'ars of rapid a i rs tho sum pl.-icu on tndor.scr.ient. and get n i' tlir-m was noi uod. iti mort limn tution, who to procure Ilu had a 'friend at one or i was aiwnys rra.ly lo to I th ,11 tlmt ----.'-.-.iliif's J 'un-l, iiilo ion 11 a i.iii II! hit'i li.i- :-.'-y ;i i .ii'oiiii had h.-.i in IID iti- In us tho. iKimn nf the present (inn is own Now he wns in !i ;r.Hi r'ltogotlicr unoxpocteJ ,iny our lr.it Mr Allen tiuule thn rc- itwoit il been pronijitly cd. In tSiis tho oromiso ji.-'.pc: amount oi' 10 bc th 1'u.l liooi rar.de, just said, aud inufit ;it. A.; tiirougii tho dn.y I'inkortonp.-iiidiired .hroiirih hull' tha night ho lay nv.-akcj sopiuiig to arrivf: iU r'.iDensinn ii. wliicii his rniijd ivoulij rtst 10 ho upon tl.ti' B .'..ji iiii) i wus ho to ;tsk iV: tl o privilc-go of making tlif rl.ji-s: The oi' a rriu.sal oi) ti'irt Mr Lne which in :i slili worsn diloniui.i lii; ii: rd'T.ition that at hist IIIM 'o .'i Lie to vnakulUc without rei'o: iug llic iriuiUjr in his piirtiiur mid lie did an. Ashn wrote llin namu of tho tinn on liv "Bui, cotno, bastuieii'. ges nnd IIP ii..1 -.in: I'hanli you, I was just going as you j bHnr; in nblo n; cimo in." then, and you arc no: nl ti'.l until ciiicr tec." "O, but i must roturuiid qaickly. "They wiltcspcist mo ;U "Thny know whciu vou ;iro i" "Yr.-a." "All rigiit, llion. 'I i-ioy know you nre in good haiidii, ami ivili not be in the least u.jcuay at your stay. a'. 1 li.ivo KH li.ug-dcprivi I of y'.iur g-ioJ couipruiy, ihut I nv.iMt viivim liio pie.iaui'O oi H lor at icusl o.io cvc.'iii'g." Tu tiiis, ivij-j Lijfioii, and AJr Aclti.-in.i :vlueii their porsiiaBJijiiif. inn; Uii iblo ti escape, l-j ruuiati In iici1 h-jurl, siio nt uiiiiit; MU tl ii'iinad, ibidi sho would lutvu if si 'u It was a litilo th.it nei-hor LtiCV Ai'.'.iiji i'-ir inucaut i'uf.'K CMC i'.suai. Uoth yii-Mifjd slight 'csln'int iitnl ycl Ijuih, il. cviiiont, jilaysi-.'. tu ho isor.r 81. til ji h- at li'nware, i.f .Ur so; li-.9 lUIUijjii'o C'lUIUoniil.cc r" ;iavi they nienl of beauty BOomr.i.1 For tlm lii-sl tiiiic, both ilO WflS .-'0 it n -.Vrtn1 o1. lii out (if hi :int rf.'--l ii.iui hs iroiijjh .-K'.-.tit lily tlix oiii'-o of I'ro-i'iei-t af------ -in iir. ivssirc: tu id'.V orjly lin! ;IT n. yc; in nius'-i o( r. o who w.vo riv ;.-n- ihat Din- innt hn .ivingx scrupi.no js UK i to seciin tic inr. ihcv m .u.id 'd every lin- iVlr am! Mr a j nwaro uf tho stnto of three e.-ica for the SUIT! of ing r.xisting Jjticy and Mr twii thousand dollars, llicro UMS ;i low l-i and tliey now unJors-tuocI ninny '.m his locli'.ij'.a, ;i-.iil a gloomy I'orWjuiiing j things which !iaiJ bnlo.-o a evil in Ins rniwi. littlestraiifra. llow-.vore "Well, I think you Mr AlUn, with in truth, Mark I'iukerlon had com- niiitoJ sinotli! i1 great mistake. Thcj alioii was tlio orror involved none ihu less duugcr. iVlr Th jrniiii I gained his otjjoct and ?ri- Allun an i.-xposuro which liio ii.iiigi.iu.it wyuld have J'V-nu thai litiiu, nc'.v d.-.Bgers berset tho I'iuki toils wet" ir-g for bis wary foot. 'J'lio uiisompiiluus man. whu lu-.c i 1.1 wa.j not tho out) huvo so pliant uu strunjont witt.in his grasp, mid mt nsu il for li y own pm-ptiscs. lio strngirlti'.-) wilh pri'le, ere gaining own con- sent MI nsk lha first favor. TiiiU barrier broken down, all furthor scruples were at nn end. CHAPTE R XXIV. It waa late on a pleasant afternoon in summer-time, u few months after tlio Lui- ton's had removed to their new and hiittar hniiio. Lucy Arden had called in to ail hour or two, her frequent custom. Hoc aUr.cittncnt Mm Lofton duily grew stronger. Moro and ur.ore, as iho real churt-utar of tlio lutier developed in her nuw position, its purity, strength, swuct- ijuiw, mill native dignity became appnrnnt, and she golhenng around tier un aiipvtcia.i.ig low from tho best social circles in the aitj'j and iheaa ware draw- ing her forth, as opportunities occurred, from her happ) seclusion, so that she might bs seen and known, und justly val-' ard. sentliaant felt for Mrs Lofton by Lucy Arden, was that of the purest affect- ion a liay spent with her alaiMl itions brightness in ihe calendar. li WQH late n the afternoon, as we have skid, und Lofton and Miss Arden sat engaged in siirtieat conversation, that. tha rapid pnaaige of linns was unnotioed. suddenly exclaimed Lucy, "who in The rattle of the tatoh key wu heard in tlM Joor, and a raotnefit after the voices and footsteps (if M r LodOnani hijfartiter wero heard ih the "1 nerw dronmod it wot wo t" Mid Lney, a geaila Sosh giving ft new beauty to het I'lmiM to a tllj We they by N >no knew hotter tlmn they '.lie ujor- (il ciiaracUi r in llin oi'.O, or ]i.. fity, aiul wonianty N IDC knew s wull ii w.'i'u svu'cd :i l.i'M'ji th') lanst n.- to turn !.H. il. th Dihpr. I'll..' tlio virtus of iho W lliey ll'ii.m. ji. In llin .nc'tii time !on ivuasin.'.' n fits, 'j'h mop.ir.i Breasot! tJif lilOl] it. 1 Ij.'j v. tliin: lion, into nni ilrn :n-1 ,10.1 i tlio ovurv Di' ih l.u.-j I.M-..I t ;i k'dcr tl.1 iv: .r.-.'-r, ly on fails li.-1.1-: nlwiiy.'! n I. ills! .it j Mis Js ilic l.KdUlSO il? H'.'l: l Jin j; ti> thoir ilio .-.k I.' IlllO oi' plea- Ac-klanil, h.id ibr graiiumly gDinj1; :orth Lucy Arden, had never, hiJ'oro this occasi .'ii. beau able to ace Jer-p enough into the ycnnir Ir.'y'i; iierirt to iiiiri evon a (inn ro- fleclion '-ii his -.i-vn new inn'ie 'hat it irni'Ij thnro, :is :ii'o nf n '.low rnuru- iio. a i-cqju- liidrno ullG In ;i.ny. ittw ilia', jo- twofii thn yui-iij' tnii'i luid his (lairgh'.or in j. FI-.M-.I lliut no Kir-ans an uinv M' A'.'doti, llin inniii 'tit ho existed a muiiMl intcro.st. called upon VIr Lf.flon, siaifd to hii.i iho fact, und iti strict his opinion ol' fniriiiof's chaructiir, find his viuws of his fitness tu ina'cn 0111 like n and flood Tho mnswor waa prnmpt, tind uli that ho cjuld dosire. 'n tilis caso, at least, the pnot lo the con- trary uotwilhstnnding, tha currant of "ii no loire did run smooth." Thoja not ft ripple iu ita flow thai did not reflect ibo joyous a widening ot its snr- boneath the shadow of ovorhongiog trpss, where hearts might not repose and dream af happy future. We will not truie ita pea'.'efu! eurrnnt. Enough for the reader that the good time came whan heart leaped to heart with a passionate thrill, as the soft hand of tha trnda laid in that of the bridegroom, and the voice of the rriiuitter floated on the c.ir above the hushed anembly, in miorua- aiye God hatiijeined together, lat not man put CH APT SB XXV. Paw we now uvvr n period of six yean, with but brief mention of oo- currencts. The reader will not be much tb that, on tha maltirity cf t tlio wished to do. in tlis pr ip-i lilCSt. i.'f l! T I' sinrilli iin ,rs; A vcar rout, both In .1 iioirlv wliurn 'A-.-IS j j-'r. inn i.i i, H :jui. i ln.i 'Dcsihir-'-s rnv.' :rc- nnlnnlv f !IIP rt-.ic'. on hi't failh ii. i; Ih tii: I Jio to p.irLni r, lii.ir-- in :hp r.nri .ii.tvi-.nciilsnv.d of linl not :icxnr.t Ir si IK- VO wai ii') CK. nor t.K Ilia la A ulcvu- 111 uny. worth til' tc) 'f- dav Cll' it -iv ti.a r .Mr r Ironi Iiis Jlisj ,M i J i.VC. lul- .-iinj in tini- i ijcir in-.' in c-'- t'.ch wns of i co lain ii vurv do- inure lo (ha of v ff .Mrs. il.'.ri l.-.n.v l. This jn- ng Kn- ot' lins lung by ihotn n- When fur r Hi'li r i. r I.: r Hi' M o w m K> Uy :iie i .Vli.) :s ii' cl 1' ol a Ma- :u nvifcf it clenrly 'ill.-.! list" UH a (il JJiiily if grew mean- er in their eyes, until Mra i'irilti'rion ai- blir-l ad when certain cf hur fashion- nlilo calkii to sue her. !f hia ideus if a resiJoiicehad nol wmidorl'ui- ly axj.jand id during this tiiun, Pinlortan u-ould nov. have felt liiinsrlf abundantly ttlilo lo build. Dut ihcso were vnry much nals rgml. Fire or sis thousand duJ- lars at the time of his removal iulo street, wot'.lt! hnva built him a house in ev. to his desiros; but twice the sum nnw would rcarcoly have provoii enough. So ]arije an amount he cnulii not eormnund, and -so the building of n house had itill to be deferred. Mrs Pin- kerton promoted another removal but to this her husband c'jjocteri. Tho mattar was compromised by re-furnishing in n most expm give manner. "The of tlna, Mr Pinkei ton defrayed auuide of the Im- ainesi, as lie hatt novr various atook ulations ot, hand, and was uaiug iiis indi- vidual creilit pretty freely, ar.d in rather a dangerous way. So fortune had been in hia favor. His were usually profitable, a fact sat down in his miod to fthrewdtiest; and this made him bolder nod more confident. And ao went year the inc steadily increusing in Telycfljt, un- til Mr Pin tenon's ambition, stinfulated bv n ui1 I Ufl- I ir i 'i.i 'iiiiu n mirn- -ii 1.-4 said to .n. ii chil- il a.: fr.r 10 Kl fi. of rr rn- Alifr tier fail, li.i'ling iin- j'.j, rr linve niii.riuhcrd am> ijvnij llinci'rrtii-iny iutiHrri; g ttmu-.iis in (.ii'ttcii MouiKr.iii Unnc'iory In Hho is lo nil int, tits iiiortvliy, if not FKOM YORK TO A i.CANT IN TWO fir-TV Albany Jouinal s; ys "'1'iit troit; which laft New fork nt S this morning, cnwe ihrojgli iu 171 minutes of rutining time. Ti e enaines on lio u-nck mnkinjr o tnit sxtrt speed, were tlie bio, from York t-) I'lmchknepiii1, the Dutch jsa from I'ougliitocrwie lo ny." AS (Jermnn friend how long mvo you bwin married 'Vel, di. is e. vot I snidom don't iike lo ttiUK tut, but ypn 1 it ssems ps so loiif that it never incrooM of farw products sens the n arket pricn, and the is I inefittcd (nan tha Therefore the eiicouragemwtt of turo )g the interest of the whole peepla. FYsquei t use of asparague le rtcom-
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