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   Pepin County Press, The (Newspaper) - November 3, 1860, Pepin, Wisconsin                             VOL. 1. PEPI N, WIS., SATURDAY, NOV 3. 1860. NO PEPIE COUHTY AilTICI.E VIII. and prepared to pass the. night in qui- i or mind, arc jusfc a3 happy as. v L Lt i Z. JLJ v U U i' i JL i U 0 i NCi u it iiAiiin, u ynu _ uu ui u j uu-uu y T1 Constitution met Troas- etude. She had hardly arranged her if we were rich. Come, sit down." rj 23. CO shall collect and nave custody ot i i> -r i i I-KJt ANNl'M j x Ab vI.XCK. i the funds and property to'tho accidon- But aa ulca  T A f. 'fViMM 111 i; .-I.-. t-l __ tf _. was Going l _ Chairman, i-.-lvijn. i- I-! J in in.'' i count, wherein the receipt and payment bad loved her in secret from to his pile of baggage consisting of ono the man went to the pile of cheese to f, SOCIKTY. si'lv. ;tt .i: 4 hi :i'l om i, iiMi-r -il i.. ii i- r. 1 -Y. ,-t or ,-ilf e j -I-., i ,i 1; I :il- 1 ii! f: '-Ki'-li l.y t j v will In- t'i tin- I i .1 Ks i, :i :ilnl I... U lluin, :inil ill-., tlio IIM'C" I 'MM I Ii.'i tM'f. II ll'l the 1 li.ii.u j slrtll (.lie i i and pnieticai TI n rli.- "li.i'i: i-i .-ii'.j.lif.l n nss-i.rt- Kii-ii'. :ni.: it.S V.'iriilllS l.nr.i.-r.. n-.l inks. Oic.. cltl arl.S. iiiMis'ii t'li1- iill i i TT ij i L AiiTLcuuurc, Ilorticullurc anil .lV fir.- susn of per annum in advance, cy, and not daring to toll the story o j look at his precious treasure. t'.i-- (.1 i-xc.-iit-iiii i i TT i, i Agncuuure, Horticulture and .lV Ins Constnitiou ma; ..i.h.r F'icourvo'lif nt to f ho intro'iuctio" 1'oviscd or amended at any annua and'raWn-r of Improved brce.is of stock' ot' th? tll( I.H..CJ Jjrxwb L-A' ,t i. majority ot the members then prison ,i.! "vl" voting thereon; provided at leas est ail eclions. tin- ui'ucturcs and mechanical arts, th'-ir -iii I .ii-ii, -I- :i Al'.litl.l'. II. 0. Ainnnil Oil the first V.'od- tii.-in uni :'i :.i .in-i- I. lr tlif-ir ui-sday in -January ca.-n year the >o- I..TI. i shall hold iis Annual .Mi-eting at resolution, presented by Mr. Per-: ten minutes lime we had collected av ,11-1, Presenting this to the agreeably Gliding up to her like a hen trying to j youn. hii ite of the 1Ilto !l bottle, he exclaimed j tliat he could now procure a state-room, sent Why, Cyntha Ann why, heow do two himself and wife fc ,.v-reon-provided at least f know yuu and the othor for the boys. Thanking two weeks notice to that oilect be iriveu us with nis h-rushed to tho in paper in the county. U vo growed here are ho U13t L> A On motion of Mr. JSnrkc, the follow- vou iroin cr': Pierce, agent the line, Capt. Evans, Iain going to uncle in commander of the boat, and ?lr. Carter, SIKH, nol.l Annual .Mi'et.ng at {.c.e.ueu o} .ur. rer- "You knew tLat lh" ''.----------lor mhoers as .ol- Kins was adopted j Captain Pieree exclaimed, "licroVa Pivsidoni, lour .ce i'rcsi- That the citizens of Pepiu ticket for yourself and wife to go to lU-nts. a sind a 'l all be requested to assemble in "'liy no." aiul liiri vowo softoncd. (jhiua.iro. Get West as fast as you can; snail Iiy ballot, and mass convention at the Kiklor House 'lon -S'1C (''l'> Cyntha go to work on a farm and look out for f..-i I r.-1'.i.-ii .-I, i Sllal! Iiy OaJInt, and VCllti.lll at the Kiklor IfoKSO, "A) .1 mth.. the day il rach '.I own in the County to idcd Ijy the const itution inst dral t- rn EELIGIOUS SSAVICE3 IN ?EPIN. She last .January. Undo wrote i sharks." .Hist to mc thafc if rd como u llcM j CapKvaivs pulled out a glittering coin, and said, here s five dollars! keep Count v Agricultural S1VC a home.' yourself in good condition, and- t- i J'Y to me inao u L'u come up j.! h-. u-d Mia all (a shall jlir annual iiMM'iin- of the Peniu m.Jn tln-ir lor one vi-ar. and until A ____V. mc and (lie a home. lilt''i' at the iirst in January next, "Cyntha and the young man's here the worthy captain forgot his il the second day of said inouth, voice trembled--" there aint no'man'll and ran off kuighing as if he "tnor business Of otUccrs, ]1C so to five vou -i Ir.mc -is I will' wor'll! orilck ou ol the Society may and transacting I'V V Ml r 7 7 Mr. Carter, handed tho may be deemed T "llclh f ol t J a key, and said, '-You are :it AKTiCLi: in. in the organization of an Air- when 1 was a lectio j uomo. to on? of rhe best ?tatc-rooins on ili'SIN K members c.-n- i'i'''iitural Society. chap and 3-011 wasn't morn so high, that i the boat. .Ic lias two for lute a business at Ua UK-lion, tlie proceedings of this when you growed up I was a going to .Yourself and wife and the other for the j any i.iecKiig of the Sx-ie'.y. meeting were ti be published you. Cyntha Ann, just say and at. 1'cpin. in the iVpin ('ouiiiy Press. t -d, and you're to inim now'.'" r boys. Cept.'uin having .now returned, exclaimed, '-Give the Lovs another room Prcsi- Oninoli.m, What'll become of the in- han't no in----------" dent, the Presidents, tin-. Sc-r.'ta- M n T> TTI VT-P 7.. broke out Jaugliter again. -A i Altorin-v an-! Law, Dn- rv I rcasuriT f-liall c-iiis! :t tlio I t M -M. JJA11TLKTT, quired the agitated maiden. U. ]J. JTIIAV h you i i', :u1'1 SlUMl and hurried away to give on the boai. Tho r.ow rc.iirod to their iicii.-y Atturnrv .I1 v.'.i: l i'i :ii. I K. l ii gfn.ra! of A A !U1'1 !lUMl ll W0st suinptuou.-! aparfiixcii-t, hanpy as mor- "1 Hi'-1 who hin. tjus and then tals arc to b-.-, tiii'.s oarlh, and th, S.h.-aM-of.l'.vminms b, on tnc- st-aHH-r sprinir we'll buy a small farm and -in knots id, la-, rules at Ci-ycland. w.j proc-n-cd to (to priMsu liWaiity of all coa- and l-'air n, id by tii- (.ls mixed in w't'i j ccrncd. and the comical'oddii.y uf Capt. wnm i thu v, they !1 n il df- to l.a-ly on Lake 11 V Cld Lixzy Gray died on the farm .-ji ar.d iuv-.-st a tendency to make r.dgelielii. S. C., at tiso i fun-is S i-'in-iallv )V< .1 liiS :'s to age of years. Jfer phy- ri.i-! ..J mca -ni'f s v-.'i t a :r. it. fticiiin thai v.'as imported ''.N- i we Wi-rc vet I l 'asm ..pii.i-.M _ 'd a kiss from her ft WITH uric twn ol t'.i" _ __ _ t. ,i i 'our c.i.li'.'.'t'.'i i.li.-kt, co'.intry. During iii'cr.-iit. pa-v-n-'rrs 1 a i the a prisoner on 5ii ti _. It there s a mm- u was educatctl a j.: pi'iv.v or. thia in 1 vt-v-lh u.idcr t'no of Ma- a iittl-.: oilii-g .-r-.-.ing ._ ahe'uui- A1-.. -.1 iii-.t s.-i i'i..' d i-f tNl.iji.s in ]-i'.v o'iist Miid that Christ s. and a i a cvruman of mor- hr.v.rr order t-f .'uiimals a-i ar ,-f te .1 ui '.Ye Cv1 us in: f j I V.< Nf i i a true re'-.T. "Weil, b t haul, go! DO n, :nen y.-'. it is but I'll all joCrc-ii i-hai i.f uro back'- bit; ai.d ail q-.i-i-Iru'-.-.-de taic-bear- mind :tt :ho :--ii-i j .i__a; .1 m--y.-i i i'1 i-'ju.rc, "L .1 t-L-.- Kiy in An country Hsnt a. w i-f .I 5j du-.-.-, is ...a si.i id is-.yrly n- s; ever :.'-.-t t vra I t-< r r-.v tin.u !.o r-.-'luc i.'.- I1'. 1 uv. o r., rs a Two roLLo-1 in a wood roa-Iy lip, t r.n-l tifi IM trees from i of in despair loud) J F un-hmii" "Arc r.o n.-r ni'ht t-  l.a-i ur-' i ihcmoi P-aier ia Cabinet oi b..j f I The brido blushed, and echoul room. l.xj-ut.vc e j 1   

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