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Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - August 30, 1860, Jefferson, Wisconsin PUBLISHED y 31 WATT Proprietor AT MILWAUKEE SECOND EAST Of HOUSE Si 50 per year in advance An additional 25 cents will be charged when the paer is deliv paper is delivered b IS TOO MUCH At in NUMBER 19 KISS HE BEFORE YOU GO A Heroine oi BY MRS M A D E X I S 0 X I don't like to hear the ny ot the witnesses who 1 i r sound of 0 picks breaks he ear December by Inw Qu trier Column Column Business Notices c Job pi County Surveyor of County w w P H Y S G E 0 N on Main nanr from Racine PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office and path lies hillside Out in the and Meet Out in the world's wild and meet I mine th noseless fireside the fancilu] W ith a w Kits me you of Strott in j btt o all iel home be haunted i no oilier can s precious The sound of a A low will memory v Kiss niu before you go For this world Las a thousand And one ot may fail That us two -In one shadow upon ihu wall would clutched bv sat like a hideous ni into i mv chest 1 experienced such Sensations as the strong swimmer or Venturous It the story WAS rue and I nnd no reason to believe it was false f- work which she was not accustomed but she nevertheless could do in time of need being a woman of strong muscular frame and great energy She be done by herself or not at all As for men and horses they completely jaded out She with clean rubbed the animals down with her own hands led them into their stalls and prepared and gave them food After changing her dress she again returned to the parlor where the officer's un- buckled their swords their caps sat conversing together evidently enjoying n delightful rest As the widow stepped over the old of the room one of the officers was just remarking to his companions He was one of my and as fine looking a yoUng ever sj Do you speak of young 1 hen yet once more ere the that it be so me a me before go an f terror thoughts that Co AVivco 1 lid into the Tire Printer power e ground their lo and I am sorry the house is gone for there Types wero some recollections connected with its of which it would be history for the e 1 there is no of en- could it have been spared An and details are less understood surrounded by fields another He wot yesterday pierced by three WBS n hard fate for such a boy For one moment the cheek of Oia was heart of mother shocked but she spoke almost as sbc which one was it sir T Henry Pierpont if I am he known to you T Was he known to her OI ho ture that followed that her noble first born Jie who had the place of the dead nt their nnd with gravity beyond his years out the plans his father Jelt unfinished Attorney at t Solicitor in Chaucer and Notary arm did pon ii Did murder life for ten Ion ong they have i j hour after hour in my ii ong can I live at the he glared it fiercely me here to live years Oh have counted cell And now his blue were closed for- iaK position in that if I would come upon me an e in this i 1 Three four long to live but sullicient time in Orr Jell Co rx M t a ceve I V i you my story If you be- it il will be more than judge or ry have done Would you Uec on your deathbed My marriage to the girl I had loved and loved me with a lovt exceeding my most sanguine is a cubus that I not w low to action I partly the circumspect of mv was free 1 my instantly and that tne upon my face was e-i to my neck A stealthy JR still fearful of an attack bv enemy and that my hand ami the arm as far as the away stands I clear mellow atmosphere was my fon sir They did not see her gets a i or of word with a I one before its I nm quickly but firmly from letter or two m it of the process bv if it stood in the old spot the which 11 l newspaper is made of the f a noble Capl Pierpont lived some y left arm motions and thousands of pieces I twenty years ago The lady was a fine to they know little j of time and think loss They women Now God forgive me 1 if nnd one i cowardly the while his lins emotion Coming hero even commanding in manner with a fresh this woman's hospitality I i they discourse of a i bloom upon her cheek a finely moulded was temporarily or thai lion that the hand Was lari cold and it was that object I had rested upon my face course I was much at the clicking of they speak of the fair he ml and a deep earnest white carpet woven for thought to walk bright eyes upon that upon the I She was a woman of refined and was back of the But is look at and little boxes that com- never she emigrated to the printer's case except the j of the New World soiled her typos as one by one white with even household work stabbed her to the ur yesterday j intellectual powers a woman who if I read her ai would r i to us more j youth had known no stint of wealth child bravely his was stored with classic lore That is no common 1 1 soul speaks of her soul's you sue their march in glowing think we have found the marvel of the art boxes are thin and husband were both dead bones of the former reposed in an- oilier country a marble tearl trying point so far as reards the A AND AT LAW N A A the latter had no o meta every one good for that to make up written ept two years round beside were gradually moulded be ess no word of sorrow will issue from her lips Our wives I am proud to say are heroines in this period And continued this is the secret of greatness Wherever you behold of to in I i a v res e acts that to persons unacquainted with us and our circumstances seemed sea with earnestness To mieh by a third be attributed the of t- we my wile and 1 lived an lif may s that o any around us held to such an but from 1 I M v H IM I er of Main ami o my 001 r enl of turmoil of blows Mai an opinion of the nature of our lives i Hut I descending rapidly io the grave do declare that we never by word or deed transcended the bounds of our love lor each other or transgressed Those that should preserve the or contumely If it were possible to without jaring discord to turn sweetest sympathies into hitler hatred existence Vet it availed not in that dark day that came u my but rather o He red to an J my not been all the reasons had from tiie in which 1 had been controverted and mystery frantic horror the see inere was a being or the room that been there previous to that ni my were Th was that L os all control tin by fear ot lh the object upon my witli my left my with terror no umb to of o its blows It had at t anil tugged in this wilt one horror In mv until in a oi ray's a parody on coa Now up ami now lie arrays bride in small a sonnet in He morning with an nse so that he the were called into room disabled and obliged to return to his to partake of the smokin viands she had home about a mile distant which by the i they found im- way was the nearest homestead to the i changed in manner and serene in in officer from the news four sons of ages liad so suddenly burst was lost in in never ht hu result over my pas into a liii y oi of a red The that languishing live in one varying from eighteen to twenty-six had i tiou of her conduct nnd the word and Carted but two previous for the del j to say lie venerated pities tiie days that are evil in the country's i the realised A ticks its infA that n all on nerved restraint lain by reason woman the more for her sake Toward night the trio departed ticks its way into the some perhaps all of her woman with grateful hearts er s hand a cluck just running down tires would be smitten by the ruthless hand j for cr courtesy They found the horses and then a strain oi marches war her cheek was still into We fancy we can teii the and a I oly hope sat in the of her by the hearing of the ear but features Only now and then perhaps not i to the open Bible before her I ine types that of a and read fow consoling passages and 1 burial to resumed luTr with in the II J t ready saddled and were t- I ure that Madam hud herself j formed of n hostler Gen kindly her hand before he mounted his char a dressed her tenderly and or ami ad- as samo letters trusting smile patriotism found an cams to the of his 1 the to make a world home in many such I listened but though an types a world with i over the lace o W EXPRESS OFFICE AT OF D HILLYER wis L U M 8 E R E R C H A N T room I a position on the other forts encountered dive me a ball of yarn from the basket called to nw whoever is hit with ball the shall jand hen i greatest 1 unding my no itas as spring as rich MS summer as autumn liters trust cannot that shall or ulv from the distance camo a soumi Hko the of horses feet j murmured I am thankful thankful to God sir and a threat cloud of dust betokened the i ins me worthy of de- of traveller to their urst i glorious destination The widow moved to hs was door and shading her eyes from the Utii when they had gone and she re- A T Til s v v n i T T r x n A v A F KNIGHT PROPRIETOR i nml will so the the A 7 I Y In SLOP inj Then the soft ball of yarn Hew quickly i from band to hand we all the time ing and talking with great A knock j at the door and an entered our faces Pushed with the j of the contest and each uncertain i who was the vanquished 1 declared thai j she won the ring and promised to put ii pose her linger the next day which t to her alive never came About two o'clock that night I was awakened to consciousness bv one of those inexplicable premonitions pri to from which are often encountered all but in a skeptical spirit My mind was clear to reason no jts delicate Scarcely were my eyes unclosed became my vengeance I leaped from the bed and lighted the gas My wile Was It washer I.e id that I hid PO oft fondled playin with its p those dear lips l si PO oten with a sleep into lustrous had so upon my breast Yet not more live minutes liad elapsed since mv I can't believe hat I am even though the laws so crime But the arm now and ered into its form came not so bv a from heaven mv condemnation as I did mv of life and for makes tiie man man must money if lie be ed iiy lools lor of world looks through golden spectacles It buys carpets curtains cor- mces rich furniture and builds marble to assure the widow that this was George j Su With that courtesy him lie bowed again see door with vines hung clusters of nor its or to Madam as he j opened with could rest floating with a I undulating motion in the pleasant asked if he refreshment Our horses are hive her seal me with agency in her death yet tha in- I cognizant ot tiie presence of had known no or and cold clammy nature by Us con- in its blows I it that mm mansions it drives us to church in ridden since nine this morning and Celebrated equipages pays the rent ot the lie added can be a who can or pew it buys silks and jewelry for i Certainly gentlemen nnd i nollier No milter how rny commands respect of she replied smilingly wide open i how cultivated be in and obsequious tiie inner room dismounted slie is in coarse and the tion It enables us to be Our poor said one of the of- of her nature send to the heathen and remove domestic indigence It the scenes oi life ami spreads over the rugged path ol a velvet carpet solt to turmoil our ths ruds scenes and are in r gi vanish soothes the frame It bids care liberally licers patting his smoking horse 1 j Uniformly kind courteous they could be attended to i itc of all persons is one mark ately Is there a groom or a servant a true AST Roses are mado to blossom shed i sweet perfume all through the ong winter by care Why be a groom or about your house who could rub them down and feed them I will reward him R A tact with my ami b its no DA hy r nn in n except Sunday or for one venr less three for For less presence n sacrifice to my wife in the lire on my bosom whereby it nearly stilled the Dames sapped its life blackened its the of my heart Naturally 1 j beaut v burned out of it ail ii m no coward but the knowledge ot lance ot human form presence of this burden combined These are reasons way I hate ir utter darkness creator of tierce fears j and have it since that I am anguish of the bed would no reward in this oi save the whose relentless replied tiie widow if you il the horses round they shall be completely me and my body thankful shook like an aspen leaf When you have lived a ot The condition of this body solitude like a doubt such as pertained not to myself or my wife mine for ar invisible companion ou too grim destroyer spares none but mortal for and teaches weak humanity that The animals were conducted to the it is but on the stable and there left although the biink of eternity the beggar and the looked in for indications that there millionaire rest siJe by side were me human heart be kept warm and with friendship in the same way my upon is so di- to rise answer the Suai summons mysterious above would seek its eonc raoUi contact with my face The convict died The Of all the earthly music which reaches the heaven the of a loving en stirring in the place Make yourselves perfectly comfortable said the widow and excuse me while I prepare your You must be as well fatigued In another moment the widow was in i the stable unsaddling Some one says that if a young dy has good teeth she laughs if she's got a small foot wear a short dress if she's got a neat hand she's sure to show it you see a on a light trying to convince his shadow that il is improper to follow a gentleman you may be sure that it is high time for him to join a temperance society
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