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Fountain City Daily Herald (Newspaper) - August 17, 1854, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin DAILY HERALD. Fcmd flu Lac Wisconsin. TIITJSSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1854. OFi'iClAL OF THE CITY. All Communications, Advertisements dtEigied for the "Daily must be hand- ed iu ly 13 o'clock the day A Call for Information- The Racine Advocate of Friday last pub- lishes c-.nd seconds the following call upon Judge WORDING, of that city, for inforn ation to lu UK- pledge given to iiiin by President to tiie elect o" of 1852, that lie would favor appropiialious for iLivor and Harbor improvements: jfcjR. EIHTOIC: Will you inform me vhi-ther Franklin Pierce who vetoed the Kiver and Lia-bor Improvement bill, is the Frank Pierce whom a certain judge made a pilgrimage to New Hamp- shire to in the fall of the year 18-52? leel obliged if he will pul Iish from his memorandum tho winds as they i'-li from the honied lips of Frai-k respec- ting improvements. My vote foi Pierce was given on the laith of that state- I adr.nt I have been bamboozled and 1 am sorry our Judge of Probate fell in- to inch reprobate company. Ja-cp'.'Ctfully yours. SAND BAH. If we are not mistaken, BOKIO citizens of Milwaukee were present at convers tion between (ten. PIE, cis and Judge At any rate, the YHut'tjivwttvc ascurance w'as given to the electors of
f private schools contend that Public Schools should beef a lower order than Schools, when in our cities and they should be of a much rder than private Schools are. Chancellor Lathrop, II. A. Wright, State Sup't.., J. G. Mc.Mynn, J. L. Pit-liar i and K i f Fond du Lac, C. Childs, ofBeloit, L. Stacy, of Madison. that may well be counted as m _____ ..fv _ CrN'? J L UKK Mr Heath, Krskine saw a ruffianly driver most unii.ercifullv pimj- meliug a miserable baio-boneJ pack-horse, and remonstrating with reeved tbii use jt as i.wfoft'lT a J, much irritated by tliia bru- il laid two or three sharr, blows of his 111 walking-stick over u oftende., who, crouching and cow. him with his stick 4 Erskine, mj stick is own; may I not UN it as I pleLf
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