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Waupun Times, The (Newspaper) - March 2, 1859, Waupun, Wisconsin TUB An Independent Republican ami of M AT j H. A THE J. 1'ropi'ielor. AND Per lit M. VOLUME ol MARCH 2, 1859. NUMBER 23, I- ulie i 1 UO 01) UD J Ml 371-J S 00 Plodge Me Not with K. 1 until In c in i I until 1 I. O. O. of ii j 1 o. o. r. ll. 7 s. 9, .it I. O. fi. T. v I It. 0, witli i ni A ml ii My IIH unit ii 0. nut love t 1 Icy tu t a In mi will ii HI u moil A 1111- i mult Unit I il iu mul A 1.. Ami hull ii lot in. bore he drugged along to a and to himself by lie hard with in The co d is curdling his and lite was first At be and stretched out lo 1-Vrhaps he for but call was hot in the Perhaps he thought of the ones tie Inul nnd wept an tear on his and At early a young passing down saw the and the but slill alivo ho was lying his eyes wide upwards sis if into the world j to c me. He was carried into a whose Very door he had lain As him towards u he out hid it. dli d c in M. l coroner together his inquisition in iho case and who were The Diamond is the of H nil of rob or de- It will cost two hundred Hut all of lo his in ami and ext The stly me iu which he said showed that her i i I it will irli iwo dol ars for t-i pay just had Mi. tint mi Mrs. voice was half Mary cosl over n thousand Just one dollars more her could pay for Mr. and wild fiul in A modern and with notions of and domestic is an for n of small nso a pins rich nml or nine lie's the best judge of I or nine retorted bis Ail 111 tin A N -a lior tin ii t i M. A I. A ut knowing anything of iho nut summoned to ami lull us would Una s I lliu it i witli could In- lo i sotno of Uol facts I in. general True n v f. T c it A x E. much for the and his dicent Quite a number assembled in al his and a sermon i was from the lint I cannot do yon do with your my wife sharply Hut and i is i and in i they must A have for uur if you no our If tins hoosier bad been with thunder and biten tuck shut bis mouth right in the middle of bo was ami looked at the while his got as rud us says old a terrible bad and ain't use in no Tim Bible not and I s'pose you know ibe The old lady fort of brightened The her duck of n with and wise long been considered a down as such in the shows this np in true ia Auld and Kew jbt Worn IIT lill non their And v gmt acw It iu doubt Till got It. 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