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   North Western Times (Newspaper) - March 9, 1859, Viroqua, Wisconsin                                3 n rfTnJ iimil -Ituoteb to ferns anh 3fit0ft Innwns I MfWPl i. TERMS, ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE. 1, VIROQUA AND Ml SOTO, BAOAX WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY MARCH 9, 1859, NUMBER 10, XX J-3 f I." Vu.Sl, iui'.I Aci'p lu'lil ;il (in- llnll in f{ of L Masons, r-.ro (In y ol', nr Hit; !''all cit' in IMI.-II iiM'tuli. in Tiding art' in v itivl at to ml. 'J U. I' lit S M i: K ITH I 0 K A: C A S S ON. VV i M G G I K C R A I X The rjjlsorraan's Daughter. rli-i Bad ax Will to pa) ing on I.iMuUi, oxmnining Titian, titkiii.; in-kriMivicilijimjiit of' DccJ.s All Im-.iiiosx tn t.lioiv will mnet pi-i'inpi, iitti.'titinn. Udk-o in the Court llmiii'. SAMTCI. Muld-piucK, County Clovk. J. H. (''ASHI.X, Clock Circuit Court. NORTH STAR HOTEL, Badu.c Ca., i'lTi.'iiKtc. ['ropl'iotovs. i. ii, [r -.vill In' notic.i'iUlial UiU HoLi'i has uliaujjuil in! if I.Ki'ti i; K-i.'i'i -T It is MOW I Jiini'V.il Ullu-o. 4l.i-.tt'- 11 I) i; N I, A l> !I O U S E P. r, I'ropriotor. ii-i Hoii'n. (fnrtnorly F'raukliu is nmi I'l'littiul, .'mil tli'i Mat- ters tliat In; is u'nlo to Hivtiri? sat is I'.i'-'.inn tci -.vlio ir. ills liousc1. Mmiv abi i''1.'. I'nr or .'jhcrU'r porioil. Alt 1 will IMUVC or c'ai I this linuso fur pas- HAY STATE iiOUSK, Wisconain. HY S. u o >v M tv I1 Po RTT: f.n l.'.o coirtVirt and c.-rn- i> nt ;md Hoarders. .A L AP I', 'fi-iilt'r in I'inc old Hard ll'ooil Litni- licr. l.alli, anil otliuv lumber for salo, ii r rnv St.-.un Mill. Hills of Lumber yawed to orJcr. S T K V K N S. i t rn.'i wiivr-: I'luwi ainl [''avrnini; nrui Door Triinminga. I T. AMv'KNV. i mill (it AU 1 i I'ff.ivMrcd to liiin pruintjtiy to. U'i.-.. -.'tr.'M A- I-TLI.KH lav1 a r-hnp tor piM'f'tiso 111 ;i i 1 it.-i ii: thi-> ill tlir-ir flono prPinptlv in Hit1 lnvt. intxnr.tM'. I-.iv- I-ITI dy-pn II at inavkpt pricon. '.Vis I K. .V. IVC'i'l1. '.v. VIT.I.F.H. AM. II. AUSTIN, ('ni'rt fit :un; Snl i'-ili-r ill lii-iidi.toivn, liad.is Co., -i.-i.. '.vill Land Titles. "Pay l 'i ;ilii'tnl to an otlior b HH i ness in his V m A. (iO T T M 'iiii '.tut! Readstomn Wisconsin. I and VankoflNo lions, S'l-iil, Kavinini; (jtiMisils, liools A Slvoov, itMi'i'ii'itU'H. Itfatly pay ami small profits 11 Til M D A II O U S K, is. Corner of anil l-'i-ankliii SPAIITA, A li-u< nt'l from tliis House --i.-ivuy lo ar.tl from tin? i' aii'l to any purt ut'llui Villnjjn. t L M: I, O S K ill r in Ji'iok.i   tin notaipu'i! i :i one -.lav. Shop. '.Iif Iti.'tlil, IIKMIY W. Me A U LEY, mill at Law., andSo- lirit'ir iix (i haucvvy. ll'ii'inmiv, ,fe JAMKISON   the darkness that brooded over the dismal fen. The black clouds grew ieadcn-hued, and broker., with fiery edges. Tho moon tha% bad gone far on her westerly course was faintly discernible through the silvery- edged cloud in which she reposed. Maggie tread slowly, for thou art in the shadow of a great evil that must eoon be upon dice in all its Ah, Mao-gie, hour; Very soon her eye caught sight of the CJO O3> How endearingly small and sweet sounded that voice amid the hoarse rav- ings of the storm. He turned 'What is it, O, Not much of anything, the clouds 'JTever soon be and the gate closed after him. How dark of thy life's evening ihas coma on, and the clouds are dark and frowning that threat- en to obscure even its twilight rays! She closed the door and went to tlse window. Sho could see the lantern, and dark object which the receding waters left partly exposed to view. She bant over it. There were brown curls, dripping with the wet, nn.l a handsome face, all pale and cold. Tho moon burst forth in all its the halo of light it cast around, aiv tall dark fiure in the midst. The halo the brightness. Gwl 'lii T'nJ Robinr anc' went on-the dark figure disappeared- tllc Poor Siv! down as whilc an and the lone ]amp-8Ur waved to and fro lfsidc solemnly, in the great infinity of darkness j Morning dawned coll and grey over V'.K- that surrounded it, then it, loo, was castorn and the remnants of the last quenched in tho and she saw no slonn saila., ftlong thc morG- blue ether-ocean. Flocks of geeic Now she bethought herself of her poor that lm., rfown m tho mother, who, she knew, must be suffering j nlglltj lheir purney across the great fatipne, although she did so i i i i i b c broad K e. started up with manv ,1 'craik plainingly. Assisting Ifbr to bed, aud flutter, and arranged themselves to re- ministered an opiate, smoothed down her sumc thoir ?Outhervf journey. The hoarse caw of the crow, resounded from the group of evergreens over the fen; and tho tink- ling- of bells came faintly from tho sear pastures where were let loose fo graze a scar.ly meal. Alike unconscious of the returning sounds of re-nwakened pillow, kissing her a good night, rind soon had the satisfaction of knowing she slept. Then she opened the gr-nt bed of coals that smoldered beneath an veil, piled on more wood and sat down a low r stool, near bv, to listen for the coming; of the wanderers. j One, two, three, run-through the. lone- ly cabin, and still she sat alone. had life, were tin death-cold 1-id, and the life- cold imidpn. Early tlio fishermen to spread heard the wild dashing of the rain gra-.ln- i their neb: in the waters cf Ontario: but it ally subside into a melancholy prater, pat- was a mournlVil burden they bore with sol- tor, on tho pane, and the furious h.y.i Omn hearts he.-.vy tiv.-.j, to tho oft.hewincl calm away fill it scarcely moro than whispered through the cran- nies and crevices around. Sha had heard the. roaring of the b.l'ows die out till naught but a sad complaining ro-e. from thoir crested tops, but no iv.-ared. AIa.'i! tho tale they might have her weary, lisfenino1 ear! H CT Meanwhile, Robin had threaded the path for a searched the marsh in many a shouted and hal- loed while naught replied save tho dreary echoes around. Then he returned to the beach, holding bis lantern down elo.sc to where the angry waves; lashed the pobbly :shoro to see if perchance, the deep not ;cast up some token of what it held in its bosom. But it was a fruitlesi jAlre-idy the candle burned low in it< Dock- et, and, as a last resort, he climbled a lit- tle elevation that rested on tho borders of ;tbe lake. Many a handful of earth, had jthe breakers extracted from this hut of poor Timothy Crain. H-? had re- turned from neig.'ibor's miles up the shore, where he had suffered himself to be persuaded to remain til! the storm was past, His honest heart bk-d, and great tears cha--'Kl each other swarthy face, as he beheld the beauties, pal- sied, as he feared, by the, icy touch cf death. But no sweet relief had come to' Maggie. She dfstincd vet to awak- en, and bear the burden of life with an aching heart ami-wandering I rain, for long weary years. l.n the midst of a (.-lump of that shaded a shore, they where the and the smould" on the lake- a for poor and lost vea.-on, are CM urn of his parted love. Enough of gie to ity remains to '.Fag- her hoiiv- fittle hillcck, and left the matted turf j-.it- j hold ru, c-.or- f-.r her cripiJed ting over a considcrablo depth of warer. j ijnrnindful of this, near] Use brink, the turf gave way beneath his feet and the 'hungry foam closed ovoi him. feoon ngain.lio rose, and though chill bewildered, ho battled manfully the surging waters, bul, the struggle was vain, eold and exhausted he en ik again on liis watery pillow, and all was over. I Hapless Kobia one bound to the right ibstead of thy headlong course, and thy siwect Maggie, who should como seeking thee whero thy proud an] noble heart prompted thy seeking another, had not re- to her home all blighted and deso- likto in spirit 'Gone these four at length, .sigh- ell Mflggie, as slio glantsed at the worn- timo piece then taking down a plaid cioafc, aha threw it ovlir her bond, stole gleamhigs. .She snil watches nt in ths summer by tr.c moss grown wicket, for the coming of Robin, and lis- tens among the sounds of busy life for his merry net vyfiou the shrill No- vember wi ;ds are pining around, and the rain beats on the dead slio rnav bo seen, like a dim spectre, wandering A) the shore hi the ditrkii'-ss of where the waiiings of Nature over the dead in its bosom, arc it: keeping with tones of her spirit mourning orcr the 'dead hopes and feelings that sleep in the deso- lated chambers of her uoitl. Now, when evening comes on rl.thortn.ifi gathers hw group of ones about him, to tlieh etory   

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