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Western Times (Newspaper) - January 17, 1857, Viroqua, Wisconsin In to anb VIROQUA BADAX COUNTY WISCONSIN SATURDAY JAN 17 1857 UT BUCKEYE HOUSK J M RUSK Proctor General Office JOHN U BERRY I Forwarding and Merchant Surveying L rat AT or THIS Deputy County Public of may iii whir a inw call see Dr Tinner or thi ol uut tiy Ohio 1 will writ i I vou ly i o wis j paid to the receiving and of the j quality on hand at Uie f 1 C T R H 0 I1 S K -t J WiS convex i-d into the H Tor the PARODY Come old ind young rao toll How lure to the borUe jo well for wUsky will sell Their right to drinking union They tho Aid you miy know when they not a word from them you Tteir grow itronger every la drinking i AT LAW AND ODe C A R L Y L K COMMISSION i and Merchants K ill P D K O S E Wu i o iIs cc iny and attendees La Vis HON J ttV y fill in the mire They'll gill u Cro And drink till they will SOT do thuy loem to tire In union Dry Cuts iic vc i to you'll aee Collected in one company And fellow in Then have a drinking lM union pain tor which we cannot Wcl the faces that have beamed upon moment 1 in kindness and on earth to return again re- membered mow havo faded from the of And thus it waa that the dreams Percival on tho first night of her life were haunted by a vision of a graceful ure with curls of fair hair to the mast of a sinking that Ross Neville captain of good Snow wondered ft Ddw and then as he towards hotel H ever in his life the S girl ho had befriended again i The home under the of whose dreams of Sarah were a humble ono enough It was a small tenement on a f fc CO Ware an Goods Shovels Spades to J Scj and Axes Picks Hf Mam t Tiit done to order f n l n T 2 t Orv e.-i'.ii i Hats for T I vis I J O 8 K P ti j N IN- v ccr And will Liku na tiws Then WOB to liim who wask he tikes his leave from such a union impudence eft To rex in Win the And they dears Or I row and dirty street owned and by a old Scotch woman who a the house 1 j anl father in her younger dars Sho was greatly rejoiced 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i hare dreamed of sending you to me if young lady J I am a perfect stranger to I bad known whal you I know but fit tho same if yon j Tell me trust I bo very happy to j Promise me Crst that you j of it to her till tho time I wlH Sarah read ond heard much I tell you theu 1 i of danger always a too heart and yet with her first into that tind frank face all her lessons were forgotten and she moved er to him like a frightened child abont to claim protection If it too much trouble I shall Yes I raid Saran irrt ly and I am never going to tier it can make but lit lei Well my bairn 1J your father He one knew it but a who was plot be very if von will me in Prank never wirt ho went to Europe Ling a With tho was the them any particular hotel you tO gO bos card blushing for tbe humble did so A carriage was soon obtained her out of puro came of Mr Frun dreadful way was of a family ware ail Flour Grate P or 7 Dry j you your He She did Ml fat was strapped the boot and Sarah's kind friend whom she supposed from his succeeded 1 l Sarah in i But how did you know slu asked after a jobg I was on witti a nnd jour ami Md V u all that I know my a year You wore a of The burst of konett She WM my aio aud tlut led pair The girt of BO soothingly p -I to you to turned to go he said looking a serious I trust
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