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Reedsburg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 15, 1872, Reedsburg, Wisconsin Miscellaneous of itr Anil ivn la in Ami fini r rr Ami in Anil M -i VOL. Devoted to Interests of tho Upper Bamboo per in NOVEMBER 15, 1872. Of II Hi I nn All Mead i 1 o vnu t must nut io 11 res poet Tic Ui to thai oil Tim Indian u from Hon. of u i i-l has spent every his lie I should visiting ilic nnd drunk tn Ills i nr three EH it cent of i Ills opinion uti lliu Llnl scorn yielded trii i tu AU HID fn lo he it tu ii uli f-r luu iitu chid to see left bluntly of l- i not I hud any ns his but it puts nn end to the pics are i I party is Uio piny 1 tjf u of ii Brief A colonial hiving arisen between j made for their maintenance ot Finland both parties have ly tho States for Iu it ihe of the P. of ibc 7th was Uf the Its the 'n the the si ure of the banners mosl j Uiller said to tie witnessed hits wan lut for i of i not lie to is defied tu In tl civil service Firs to resort to arbitration have selected President A ot the Oth announces an ad- vance of one per cent. In Hie of of the Bank of tlic rate be- nt seven per cent. A tiro in London on Hie night of the destroyed the City Flour Mills on Thomas Loss was killed several i in virtue of the present Acres ia to be thrown open to all tli the morning of the caused by explosions in the of the One explosion followed another in Several soldiers were and several i ly Tho block on j corner of aud Summer I was consumed by At 5 a. on the 1UU it was the nro was j good and no further destruction i The losses i tire were estimated at over ton the as was iho case in all tions of the over the Boston and practical ex- tended u only the manifestation iu behalf of 7.0ns one A of t lie no tion relative to i may out Boston ol Assistant of in num. i Comptroller of the i and stored so as to them a start into the in I Tho verc to any gas in a mineral in N. The funeral Monde took opened on Hie i In Snow fell at on the j Ihe remains were removed to St. tho of the Mark's where of has issued at On their tu they In lire mi with nice of lit the nn hy live sixths of are con- i the Ihe ui ami went ui i rim of n Slie her nn Tins f in tho of n tlm the lives mid After Uie rust i nf our own upon the witli und till wus i to render their to work curls were procured mid und I of the not tn o'clock wcm Iho to the und lo tho ho i in thu of the t us the t' WUH us down on the under ti nnd feli last up he on his nml hy this tn no Iho fore unil to comply wiLh In Hie cf about IS In Hi is The steamer was burned iu son in a j lu on the So claimed live out for 1 N. r. The lire was discovered u. m. in nnd unt in volumes of over tho bouts were and nil one weie swamped nt remaining on board were on of the iu the Those saved in one bunts live p. in. on and were from in n by of six in the the in the Third Sawyer the Seventh in Hie in the Fourth nnd in tho claimed elected a of the look him his wife there only away liung them to a votes against K. A. of the liank of his were crowned a by tho of at Onta Tim of the Treasury his lo the i lie no but reviews work done in his showing I il at THE closed in New Tori A of the The has recently received several him case he was the writers The it is accounts wore adjusted i General Sherman a iu to tli the no the writers being supposed lo be oral tlie ami A bucket of to iu the rescued were no in the limy inul iu this condition they were It is mil. likely any of I Item miled lit. from All dueled by the i an I and cf Koston at aid lo Huston were the to if burnt Horace announcing his ot that paper K K with of tho great parties which down an embankment near ton on the same John L claimed tlic elected to divided the he will 1. alile to give wider and steadier to the j s in the found venture in llu lind if were on there lie no powder lo will mid to lo look ils the his coin pan tons part. liis gun ahou him and climb the Hie ton he saw two wonder al ripo for revolt own nnd Hint when the success in the aspects wilh Ins assumed lo it is in hu chiefs of iho National already of un and the useful art sun Journal can and he will not be to indulgence In those tiller which are Ihe bone ot The horse disease had so far subsided in Hoslon on the Illh that business bad nearly her toward a ar Mrs. Virginia T. Minor IT. in St. Minor the wile of 1 were Sixteen of Mis crs were severely lour of i 1.'e.iny ihe 1. would probably A Horrible and the lire The tho on report Second the lire had been intd the fears ol the ial elected by a is in the and in the Third Boston on the business bad nearly N. 1 the I resumed ils usual The spread of j fourteen i Ihc distemper in had was the interrupted I uncle Franklin B. i Cady who was I and j ed. Tlie old man confessed j the terrible j sire ei in 1 uase N. were on the of the v. A New York dispatch of the Sth says the j cited by Mrs. us her authority for some of her charges against the Henry Ward emphatically denies and declares her conviction Mrs. are in every Illinois Supreme Court on the i Ihe proprietor and managing The Supreme of Illinois has lined i tho awarded now trials to and 1 The lo ng was iii was seen one of our Tim mutter to I1 a to retain Ihu of public and deserve rived seven p.m. on On the a schooner was sent Inward Ihe of his wmt majority in majority between mnl carried probably carried the Slate by about on Ihe morning of tho In at the recent two ladies voted in the Third und several offered ballots in the First but the Judges declined to receive A majority of tho horses in were sick on the 7tb. The disease was on the Increase iu O. In timore no cars owing to the prevalence ot the disease in that The election for President of Mexico 1 of internal M. were B total expense of it even if ils production was anil all and not and j of mere duplication is uol j Tlie on the in Tlie horse disease was in i of the Slates are at ton Tlie under the Board of Public Works had in i tions in steam engines and steam rollers for the purpose nf 1.. and to be used i Sew a- in the etc. Onc of rollers hauled larire ns Tlie of from seventy-one of ft a majority Tho against the de ami this cor- it. too hot to gallic Only the 000, nud three bouts were two of which were Il is that seven miles and seven children were the none of gol into the 7th, in restored New York Times of tho 7th a popular of for General iff pupil ui r t i iui am u nt Court ot Nsw jersey are elected to decided that an act to submit a of or to the A own business over that powder to nt from his pissed IMI order from onc to laid on the backs of with a j oilier with a sort of smiling and made thorn lu a r will him trouble in It is said Hint Mr. will Immediately return to thu to nil nil He The of Tire victory of means two things Iho tion of but that it wits U II We at our five lengthy some of tlic best Mini tlic ot tho evidence the In on the were fifty by the The disease had made its at in several other in the A well to Butler on the 12lli, to the had him to say that every of relief aid i lo nl Boston hy the to demand action port that ho will be a for United throughout the aland by the knoU lo Suites Senator Mr. nnd also A small son of kd the report that lie is tibont to return to the j years or while return In ff home from to school at on the i wore In the Baldwin announces the I passed through a Lot of hogs on his tather s i of a wall on el 1 Sault Marie Canal will be closed for the and it thought was with j A of the in from Us birth to its Iho of liow much money one c. will duru have in on If u man's was as good as liis I i season ftt 1. small some hoffs j I Thirty died In Chicago on the 7tb; on no onc being killed j twenty the day The deaths were j him except tlie heed and generally attributed to the horses worked too soon after The em- Th ployment of oxen bad become finite I in the Street cars antl omnibuses were still except where steam power to propel the The and Bank of at South the and the spread despite the great made by firemen and and an of about half a mile square In the eolid business portion of city was laid waste in the space of about The principal streets by the conflagration were Commercial and Each of these streets represented a Uly 1 department of wholesale mt 3ummer, and Franklin were exclusively devoted to cry of i antl contained scores of the largest 0, ments in the Pearl street was the crowd attempted to but were and iu a few the re- maining portion of the wall felt them out Ton are said lo be thrown out of ment by the were WHS rumored that an in the night had been handed to a Thy Stale Legislature had called lo meet on Ihe A of ruin had fallen in the eral arrests of had been At a meeting of beM on the 1'itb. dispatches from offering sympathy and were read amid The city was in darkness tlie the gaa being shut off. was no of despondency the but a was where manifested by men to meet the reverses and conquer knew its capital the German National whon lie iu friend nnd every As hy dished in for uf f lie du the Al tics with nnd he to explain object of I an- Unit I meant to to to get vith yo
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