Clipped From The Weekly Wisconsin
THROUGH TflE STATE. Visit to the Dells And « Glimpse of Nature'! Wonder* and Beauties—Columbus Beauties—Columbus and What Is to be Seen There. Special Correspondence Evening Wisconsin. We are 'wont .to boast of our language as rich and full and copious; -but there are times •when alter all it seems a Weak, inadequate thing. A visit to the Dells is apt to weaken the faith in the value of adjectives; Nothwithetanding, dating a recent trip up the river :we heard the usual usual exclamations 't How grand! beautiful! beautiful! exquisite! Tronderfoit and one Hweet soul went so for as to say that it was "charmingly pretty." Here and there sat one who realized that there are sceues and themes that silence best befits. befits. The ride up the river was made on a most perfect .day, on the New Dell Queen, a deUghttul new steamer that takes the place of the Dell Queen, that went down daring high water a year ago. She is a staunch and trim little boat, well fitted for the pursuit of pleasure under all circumstances. " There were the usual motley crowd on board. The energetic business man who looked' on everything he saw with the air of one waiting for the train; the man of figures, who wanted to know the height of every rock and the length and breadth of every cove and cave along the shore; the tired looking teacher on a vacation; the fashionable woman who actually .sat with her crochet work in her hand and conuted stitches passing through the navy yard; the comfortable comfortable rotund woman who got into the easiest chair and kept it, and the invalid who sat bolt upright on a stool - And they all looked and talked or were silent, according to the. light that they possessed. possessed. . .