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 - It has often lieeu remarked that the seeneiy of...
It has often lieeu remarked that the seeneiy of tlie Wisconsin was tame and monotonous, aud if any one desired to look upon the sublime works of nature lie must go westward to Colorado, or eastward to the New England states; and yet thqae who have traveled through the wild fastnesses of tlie Bocky Mountains and explored the nigged wastes of the Aurioudncks toll us that there is a grand- em- iu tlio scenery around the Wisconsin Biver at the rapids of Mosinee or Wau- HIIU aud especially in the Dells, at Kilbourn, Kilbourn, that is wonderful in interest and of indescribable beauty. It hr>s been the privilege of uiauy thousands of strangers and friends to visit the Dells of the Wisconsin Biver iluring the present present season, and nil who have been there have Tieen delighted and 'astonished at the grandeur of the river scenery and the wierd beauty of the rocky canons and the picturesque gulches of the river. We went up from Portage on a St. Paul freight, anil in the beautiful moonlight had some fine views of the Wisconsin river below the Dolls. There worn some rafts of logs and lumber swinging lazily by the shore and here aud there great rocky islands of sandstone, with pine trees growing on them and high banks of silvery rocks and foliage on the opposite opposite side. Passing "Taylor's Glen" our train stopped on a siding (or the Chicago Chicago express and we walked up to the new brick depot, which is a very comfortable and pleasant improvement on the old one. The roar of the river and the indescribable

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  1. The Weekly Wisconsin,
  2. 21 Sep 1881, Wed,
  3. Page 6

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