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Daily Free Press (Newspaper) - November 2, 1881, Eau Claire, Wisconsin I fitX v JOB oaJeulate to put up at W eki I expeet atop Dont MMrtSyof tfi keep m dlnataf el ilera OB KeeB Ott tu UBUJI vfnilicriuTTUVJS ieee T j p above popnlar home is centrally locuiccl Bloomer stuco iihiyts bgUtlnlSW audlBtcly gumluy nt in Stage leivw every Ouestswlllbe awurcdof ftxnl mtils oltfin low rates Thfc only ifmpertrnee house lu tho city f In connection tliii house uik fnit j iMii beau stuse leaves PrMaysijtjj joints in the CJiljijwini Viiliy First Class House m Particular iz of We harm in 1 beoa Sqnlra eariry ItrcSa we ui veUleat iptu goirnCrj around Do you knew dot in Alabama of uad dea Qfdy doiteaud old Rrutea ira B Bradf ora of offlce on ammt of D 18631 of MUs on t two or U itf I to nicably sod favored bus owari to work tbej ead I jcoura about j uf Ws bwper be gAya can bu ond ago so easy wa at AN l fOK iSLAflD THE e prlnolpal cities ov Illinois W ie jpwa the tsjrjUpry of Dakota avi if T Vji OK PUWCETS her ia ay life How you talkl Somebodys gla bar a aod galop 6ot tbare to Uke souint at bw Woal I court eay tliews aa UJcaly gttla Andpyer MlrftJidy Skla swr vFra got ia family o yet i i mala vat vsa named only rat be at nlgkd ead fell dowa de beopla day feamt vork aU day to be Vfcsat in veil 44M ediwdinf OB da a aao alt at ni a up rt wuld pad hd M tE c W or wfcrd K Monday ef NoTem by tba districts rettcsetc fonrof too St ITS ROADBEOt IMPROVEKieNTSAt CV Aad tliea the loot ot iSstanem to thla dlalogBO Lurat ibs Old eadltelf on ui dew Yell voa vUo i helping to get SBUlas uf a fcola lu a fall la I dlnJta ur ttori of the ftdoitloa of Iwi aaind In till thatr inceeiiori the elected Skinner my office tbia rooruiflg to leqiiest tny profeSalonal ootvlcus for feia oick a Tianslationt A Qoaaa Doas tbo Weefc reachea us from Balgfaia JSsantittef the jEiiaranX68dA bank i at Veryisra recently receired Wikfl unflTaa sold do rauju for poponlooa Veil TOU slgUil I put do tauSs a bundle ul va na railroad dmok ood do nuxd vflk eouiptuiy dofiara virlraf yaa to buy all da old tuulea m AUbaisia oap for tuna It vont dako much capital oat i knew that H ralated to a importimee buS fortunately they could not master ths of themUajye as it was ymittqn fa the Hungarian langnagay and waspot soul at Verviera wbo uader stopjl that tongue AooordJnely of took a Journey toBruBsels expecting to find everything bo wanted at tho capital but only to be disappoint at the banka oould read 1 Tltero gttg T8B Holloa a blan for dluia 8ftw 6lHi J g cabbage dfl fr O Ou Into a Wtsra Yea Not lonjf a young man in Carsou got iiiarriwl and Btiyted wllb bis ypuag wife As he boarded train bia father bade him goodbye the patorual klesaing aged alret Temember i tit aUonpt n follow t con is state bo f a M to tw fion 11 The lerlalktare tttstl inch ttew M O In bd iball be to tho ipecisl parpoiet for which eanveaed Tbst jectloo tweatyono or fonr of the conetltutign of bti amended oa to follows Sectional Each taember of the legislature for hit tor fire Irqyca We have just received a large Invoice of md colored Blankets at to suit the all otlua tlio liust rsid for to iale Iu 01 ilirootiou Ir Chicago and nil of ihe Pnncipu Pcins in the Ncflh and Northwest Hd Juuetlou jwints sou the ebaking with amoUoa etc vruUs il you whore weuldttake your Tha couply settled in Maripoaa eoon tyrKidlartwoak tbe old manweot down to visit thorn Ha proposed a bear huot aad they were lor tun ate to griEHly lair among IB the the two apftrosebjed tie boar rpiMad BP ftpd KBt fortA a growl oi Ibat shook the trooa said tbe old naiaexcitedly soft bold book further with the bear aoaeilng in soiao retnrnfpg from tbc tlng orths on tbe noet Sl rotsle jRCttflii of extra leislon of tbe jogltlattiM no addlOQBa eorapeniitloB iball to any member thereof dlrectlj or ndtroutiy to be computed for wauUy No lUtlonery or other per excejpt thfl and aboTe by any member of his tertkci or In aay other manner iaeb member WBBBBii foregolne mend tbo constitution of thft was duly igllfled and agreed to by the leglalstaro of tbis Btsto for the yoar 1881 by a majority of all mem bera elected to house tborefore The pcopleof the state of Wlsconiln reprc seated In lenate and anBembly do onset ai fol la n s IoN t The foreeolng proposed amecd to the oonntitntton of iball be eabmlttod to the people at a general election to b3 held on Tuesday succeeding the flrtt Monday of November and lfthe ap prove and ratify the said amendment by a ma jority of the Toting thereon taid amend sball bccoma a part of tbe conititnuon of this state SBO 8 The fona of tbe ballot In valise to approTA aad ratify aald amendment shall be for tfie amendment to aectian fonr article f oar of for the amendment to section ITei artUiie foqr el the constltntlon for the amendr to teatioq eleven article four of tbe for the to sectlM twenty one fonr of the eonitltntlon And fonftlif agalnat amend ment shall bei aglinit the toiectlon fonrv article four of the cohetUutlonj agatnit the Section ftre article of the coaatllution agalnit the amendment to sec tion eleven artlcla four of tho conatitntlon the aTcendment to twentyone of anielo four of the colutitmtlon They aball be on and safd sball be caaUn separmto boxes U be for that uaroose and all peraont qoallaed to vote at any tn pf JVeu CarpetsJiUst recviuedin a LafaTStjOesignSt of Brussels and Ingrain Carpvh Examine them beforePiirchashig ALF ertbo banker betook bimwlf tx loam that tbero was an aitaaha who spoke htd goha rite some aeabsthlug Almost IB despair the bera of Uia atpry called oni tbe rB6rgoniastepwiUj ha fool bis After thought bU worahip ipghia forehead exclaimed After all sonjetimoa bfcl Idew prow tba bwt Witk tma tsnlgiustlcal be for tbe IcUar Tho noat day bit retornad the to th9 gpontleiajui Jfrom Verviera wjtU traealaUoa la frenob ia naat fomlnine band what Hungarianfairy da I owe thla good wkod tbe daUffhted 5ankcr Tbis la aa affair involving S9JUe fflilltona and 1 srfiali happy ay baadcomo douceur to tba meaning ol letter in to eoa cluda tho I you aft yaur vrordj roplifid tiio Burgomaster ma lOOOOf fiar tiio poar of Bcoacola fov tho tranc iator la than tbe She baa exparioacasi Hrely ia oas be said tbe and settled ia Amedofc to raise a aydf sbputed fatber braadiabipe bb gun T TrreedHaet your advice wban I feft Carson was the reply Archduke Joseph f tiia uf HUUCTTJ is still rnombtroit by tbe peopla and efa born in the capital oily daring1 pnlatine her re ALaie3000 Several of our citiKens returned gently from tbe Great Sunken situated in the Cascade Mountains about mltea northeoat from This lake rivals tbe fo raous valley of Sin bad the Sailor It ia thought to average 2000 feet down to water all around The depth water ia unknown and iU surface u smooth and unruffled M it is se fmr be low the surface ot air do not affect it Ita length is estittiated at twelve or fifteen miles and its width ten or twotvo Thoro a riJounUln in tbe center having trees upon it It lies still silent and mys terious in tho bosom of the everlasting billa like a bagh well scpopod oat by the hands of tbegiant genii ofthe Eaountainain the unknown ngesgone by and around it the primeval forests and ward are keeping Tiievis tting party Bred a rifle into the water several times at aa acgla of fottyfive several say look in there witk bearf Tkeeld nuus hia dutiful soa 4o hlsbosoou forth exolatiaad Spoakitiff ot aa thle auajllan 88 8 aball be desned Totem on votss for agalnit THE CHICAGO OYCX til of Its principal Ifnea rims ench wnv rtniijfrom two to Com otaioru PUIXMAN HOTSI Kor Tickets that the Sun cloth mo Doubt Truth to be a liai But tievei doubt that the Bemesaber to ask forTlckcLs via tnvi road to suro Dioy rcuVovcr t inl taXs nons other BDOEin GoaU Manager Chluago U SVfiNSSlECiciri Jxw CUksgo the or the itaetlaa lit ail respects aa for state areconoted sad returned aad the afilears ia eoanties now designated by law to the wtnrns ef for atate shall osyaM tha reinrnc in their Bpocttre tonoilcs oa ths aveatioo eertify and retara result la tfis at time plictt and nnder same and restriction now prorided bj three dart ahead and the dutaace was aboat JuUir mlainati A Gore for Sarokbur A few yaara ugo I WAS a most invel orate smoker said udge Tyner the First Assistant as be atrotlod along the beacu at Atlantic Cityt At thaWime I thought itnoth ing to gettttrongh ten oigara a day and often I excaeditd that jiuniber The practice pfaycd the mischief with my Jtoalth but do what I eouM tho habit itiick to roe aad t decided that ww no good trying to be virtauuc whore tobacco vraa concernod Icnredjnyaei by a mere tfr ciderit Dae day crossing tbia ocean I bad a iievere sjiell of a ncso I went up on deck ia the that the air would actaj a reviver MrormnicaUy wa4 myhabit I took out a clgAv and Ht it Bofore U was half the shknoso onme oa agilo it mtkos me palaio thick piit Anyhowf overboard went tilebt jjar and roin Jbat day to this couple of whiffs arc enough to turn mo upsldo down If yon happjon to know anybody who wants to let up on he habit just advise him to tiko a W Si lla ear t Tlssd and approved by the leading IHYSl CIABiS of EUROPE and ALDE1EICA ef said by oanvaea Bovercor who shall tterenpsn without delay mako proclamation of Section Tbe of state is hereby required to Include the o tbli act In the notice of tho general election for tha joar 5681 Approved April 1 1681 alien my band and official teal at tbe capltol In the city of Madison the eighth day Of August A 181 B A W MtJKQKB Secretary of Sheriff of Eau Claire county WUeotuin lot laica until the ball ttruck the water feeajfl incredible owe moatsrolljiblo citizens Ttoe certainly a most remarkablo gothor and 1 warrant you he will be an antitobacco over Gunpowder SB heavy tes of a dark hae and the leaves rolled Into ardballa TwRakfcyn kaovrn by yellowlah badlyrolled leaves odor The infusion la a wreTery htetily bitter leaf ndTftliiea dried of according pwigenoy Qnser Freak of Hatora Here is about the most oirictly local work of a xvhirl wind on recordAshSp i ing Uio Jouoro on her jyay to Cliiuo She Li oailiuif nine knots wltliJio ololid iusight The in Ijlscftbln hears a crash Goes u to Ond ertjie atnirbbarU and tb twisted off auar the daofc aaid had mart wltb a oil otkcr away tbv The moat Valuable Family Remedy i ft i AW RELIABLE OURES U aeta es IltBB SOWStS KIDSEIS at thswuui FOUR sizes 36 65 123 f75 bumora in and WB Joondioc OccstL i CKY LABEL j PBH VnZJO BAT E Rtork t Jimatlon Cty but brn trying fa by four proroiMnt allerwvdn oanw bT r i o Ulna for llTcr niul kliinw Urreli or bjm well JUehaslColaot aaiMr aiKeiiltr end wca to norb trtUusrtr as the fjaisrest and Best Stock at the PftMAIUHTlV OURM niaiuraast The tuaU CT AtltHB PHOOBMta MUCft RfTtREMiUM awftrted by xf vy
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