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Chilton Times (Newspaper) - March 31, 1860, Chilton, Wisconsin THE f t AT T U HA V KN 1 V J O II H H I II K i Ai n MIC i xl r. t i 4 O- I; ir- B i u c i; I. j i M 1! M. v. i- i i v M V A S C' at i u A i i i t I- r J It K ii .i 15: 1'i.m. A t H i T D 5: v t ft ti A Y T C H ffi i L L S Hay ion in- Un- If Jl n f v u r T i 5 i. it Odds and for life the man wbe married 3J, 1800, know a poor fallow whe takee the palm in all his with kit Sha slaps bis i should not kept in a stable where horses for tha Q I reason tint tha ammonia destroy the AND A. r. 7i f y A v cc IN i ii iii 2-40 The Old iu Judeu Onto it wil hard if a prince 30 a city or nation recover something which to u-r the has been trampled that he puts all HIS to obtain a If itn J. n. OF In one of of Ti on street on tie j tins n. of tbe is a lawyer in that he puts all j fl iwer pots out over ho nothing 1 shall The German prince lie that 8h.ll to land lisa of the treasure be had committed to ihu I am the ins of ha know his was l and heip every is i rep to and felt that j as neighbor JOHN In one of the houses dwelt a love of i such a e intu his under the foil of were which far ab the and precious stones with his sought to H all for their out d fy of In Iy occupied by J. J u to provide the of I 1 1 T A OK I; high N -ni rV i; I ho j iv i i i to and M rv G. nor 01 ty el was to a class of the of i of snid Ihe Jew t and asked ore the no- I your bad would his so thai he that the might be a Up Tba students immediately clapped their ing to i least the and stately t to their find lira t you are in tbe I- S II E B O -y A N iy P for v. 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J of the and noss oi AND tlu whom he had to L A 12 K he wished to a 1 lie liad the and Clank i woi Id under his if be FANCY espt tbu Main Fond du Wis. wish tho r 41 e. for mj to a land 1 ne v. as i an- I everything cf j wera j own and by the lawless French ue diury o reviled ba such a rn iu so pour a did not by their country's t-o she received the Mima which they had A Good ara scenes of ludicrous ti The other day a lady stepped a well known in town and inquired of a fine looking young havo you any motile colored gl colored a sort of the color of received their of and the vour meaning of which were painted young ladr was carried heme On 6 J i i i. i r M i i nd the who who know against the worth and integrity Such a true tha of the sketch of thu house ot of the an would you sot a rat C U R R A N II A L 251 rs Years went he i An eld procured a to you make e had Ecan bolli troubles aid a fl of yourselves by in the far country to as a and now had over it was to do it would like but and and a a would like to have a with a o' N how can I am sure you would not of ong it that was determined to j must do without so of finding my client guilty of e life as it and bear on J js are i wjn the of stron ta ho settled quietly won't consent to give any ono au Vmt 1- AH i money for me can't do l AU eie i j of the recent struggle a foreign Quick silver is to abundant in that it is found in Ig but as the grass up ted an able man as a J has turned up just in lime to make tic the foot that it 1 ether out
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