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   Reedsburg Free Press (Newspaper) - November 15, 1872, Reedsburg, Wisconsin                               Miscellaneous .Heading. 'tun of Au. Su.'i, itr ni( WIN-T. Inmi'- Anil ivn teirllii, H.I- i.iml la t'ortlie formi'ii in JVnnxvivaninrtH.-.l nravrl.ilii." Ami Ht-J. t.l-T'T.- 'I." 'it-: I'min OM" fini r rr llitiml'T, AixlHic ll-'Uili wltli vroliiiM. Ami linnr...' in .-i nilpltiM. til" I.I' li'i'J'V't Anil Mi'1 M I'.'k'-t Tlu-v N'or'ii Ciifnilnft lol.! -i N, V, CHANDLER, Publisher, VOL. II. Devoted to tlio Interests of tho Upper Bamboo Valley, per Annum, in Advance. WISCONSIN, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 1872. Ih'i lov.il Til] Oil: Kll-'Kill Wliili- Hi- Nvrvl, Of H'i V.'lill- II Hi "Aivl wli'it I nn All wiTi-m li.. ..t hi.) Mead i 1 o vnu rwuly t must .nilil nut ik- MlH'Ii.' nuui. M'uriHl io sitrn 11 K; res poet yifld Tic Ui tin'n to llu? L'tVuct thai iirt oil (it Tim IMu'stilciU's Indian Volley. pnli'iPh u IctltT from tiu: Hon. i-'ulix It, ItrunoL, Cliiiiriium.of .tliu of ludinii Cummis'i'.r.mers. u frii.'ii'lut Lhi: B.I'.I.'.H. Ali.'.x- i moiitli i-l tlirphlnl biirivl." wnuld llrimtit has spent scvu-ni montiia every v, iilv.Mys iiinic'.puthii: his v--i lie ihkli'd, "Hint I should ycnr visiting ilic vnriom tribes, willimr. r.i'iH'i'. "his nnd drunk tn Ills i Vut.vh twn nr three ciiinpuilnnfl, EH it cent of comp'jnsnlliiii, i Ills opinion tli'Tin uti lliu rii.-.xt Llnl shuu'ul scorn tn'havc yielded trii i oorliiin'y '.o bt) cntittcil tu AU HID wnv fn Cjiti? lo lfi, ''.inner he {rnllud (.In- t'.vt'tify pyupicj it i.4 tu ii cfi'.i-u tin: wlu-iher wi: nti; uli f-r luu I'.vu luuulred ......__ _ iitu iiccenled llii.'propiisiil.niid Aiuxuadrol "I chid to see tlio TrcsiricnL's left Idiu, bluntly ilwmririB liilccn of l- i U.T, not tl'uit I hud any doniita ns U) his but it puts nn end to the pics nlono are miliotm! Tlu: i pei'jplu hflvu (IcMnonstyiilecl llio I party is ntil Uio piny 1 tjf u of ii ninfrle i'resulent., Brief duy. I'licyluvu" rixed iliei A colonial ques'.lon hiving arisen between j mcr.ts made for their maintenance ot frien.1 Finland a-il Portugal, both parties have ly rolfillotis ivHh tho L'nited States iufutur' for Iu npnu it .'is ihe of the n.-Hht; P. tuonilnt; of ibc 7th was inu; Uf the rnumbLTSOt thtsStsttc n.iLien itnell. Its principles, riirht the liUmumbersor IhoStittc 'n the iilistmcl. wiin: inm'.u the shininc; Assembly, si ure Muny of the banners nmk-rwhicli mosl j Uiller :n-o said to tie piililicjil vietnry isvi'r witnessed hits Ijcen wan lut ivouM won, Kqn'i.! figl.la for ill! men; tl'.it :.lm-' i of cliisi'eai'a vigorous, jn--t, raiim- iiiid i not lie ri'Lurin.'d to Vnitcd Sditr.td. S.-u'.I liciin, is defied tu Congruss In tl jemis, llliiuune government; civil service District. N'i'arly Firs to resort to arbitration iiicnt, have selected President Luursas arbitrator. A Jlsnatch ot the Oth announces an ad- vance of one per cent. In Hie of ha- count, of the Bank of England, tlic rate be- iiiif iinotcil nt seven per cent. A tiro in London on Hie night of the '.Hh destroyed the City Flour Mills on Thomas street. Loss SSOO.OOO. Ou.c Sreimin was killed ar.d several woumU-il. setilc- i in virtue of w'.iicl; the present T.'O.OOO Acres ia to be thrown open to all tli the morning of the llth, caused by explosions in the ruin? of the buildiuire tlrst destroyed. One explosion followed another in r.ipiit succession. Several soldiers lironu-n were prostrated, and several sevcre- i ly injured. Tho mazniuVcnt block on the. j corner of Wasbiuiitou aud Summer street, I was consumed by ttr.s seeom1. lire. At 5 a. El. on the 1UU it was :bou-jh: the nro was ur.Uev j good control, and no further destruction i wns apprehended. The losses I'V ihis i tire were estimated at over ton o-.1. the llth, as was iho case in all sec- tions of the cour.try. over the Boston I'lu-sympathy and practical ai.i ex- tended Cror.i ;iH iiuar'.er? u only the manifestation iu behalf of cili- 7.0ns one yc.ir A of t lie Hth- says: "Socrotiiry Houv.TvU no ac- tion relative to ttic i M-hich may out "f t'.ic Boston 'ire ol !t O'1 b..- m.-udcJ Assistant Sc.-rotary Kiohar.Non CH-s of Utah, Colorado, (some IS.CoO in num. i Comptroller of the Currenoy i and stored so as to civs them a start "amiuc into the eor.Jit.ou ,u t.K- Iw.-.on in life. I Tho .Iocs no: Tliree HUM, verc sutlocatod to doa'.h l.y any ,inanci.il panic, gas in a mineral well, in Avon, N. V., vl.icti The funeral o.' Monde took pV.u-o opened on Hie SJ. i i" I'hitadelphi.i :he lltli. Ksrly In !hii Snow fell at Aii.jiisla, Mo., on the j moriiinsr Ihe remains were removed to St. tho f.rst of the Mark's Ch-.irca, where servkv- Hovernor Hahbvin, of .Michigan, has issued eoniineuced at On their iilln tu "lliu thiit they wi-re In lire mi llieni cifully with in'.l'nrlf.iiini'. nice of men, .....................yniYieXHtldrellieGruit, lit the lirsl nn npin'td unsivDn-a hy live sixths of whmr. are lluirnupir.y con- :t v.-.is' tliu i the scmini o'.' Ihe I'oek'niK ui qiiercd, Fttbini-'sivu ami uni; 'I'li'iy went I" tin: houau o" Ic.iin'-i ini'lhiT, wriupj llieir liwt liiisinc.i ui i rim timtmfiuilun! of n Imtru triii'jSo Slie fjotitrlbll'i-d her bl'l': nn Tins C'oiiKiiuiK.'.iiiit Uiidi-rstond, f I" rul.-u in tho of humnnity mid, tuhlsde-'k, n I'ornin! thrmiirii tlm lipp'.'.uiH-eH "i' ChrisUini frdi-r. '.u pruluct the lives mid I'i'op- After lliis Uie rust wns coiuparftlive.y i oriy nf our own pecplu upon the frnn- witli tuhh-clntli, und till lli'1 easy. 'I'hu wus hrnkea open, i to render st.l'o their occupuncy '.vcrai-n ('I' UK: h'jih.L-lu'td wci'f to work curls were procured mid loaded, und I tin: terrilory of the iH.itiis not tn tugirMiL-r. I'.y duyhrunk uhoitt livt; o'clock tiicy wcm outHlde Iho nlreiuly to the Tiu'-iftnn, und lo se- tho '.VUH Tllu pole, "f tnvvn. Dunnvs pi> e.vt.uutited 'JuiL ho i cin'i: in thu of the t Irut'ihlc, us the oiic t' -h'tlic whit'- Ihiu WUH Html- nu- wtMiliI luw-vt-r. "Tim us "hii'l n-i polilifjid opini'MiH." down on the under ti nnd feli last nsle'.-p. Uuitsed up presently, he sturli.-d on his jimmey, nml hy o'eluek fuiu-heil Yillers-Cioltuivts, wl-.'ore approprinti "li.i iniUliodti doinir this t'.n: tn no Iho vullcliiy hereto- fore muni1, unil huaorubly to comply wiLh Indiun In Hie Sl.nte I.'.'J-'tsl.llnro cf about Tin.. n-nl IS In Hi is Cranl's The steamer was burned iu son in a g'tlo j lu ciiieayo tvTifi. on the 'jid inst., So _m'.lM frc.ri claimed llio live out for 1 luvilnd, N. r. The lire was discovered nbovil I) u. m. in tin: pantry, nnd Mi.kleiily bitrst unt in volumes of Hume- amidships, nipid'.y over tho shifi. Tlio bouts were liiuinjhiMl iintuedidtely, and nil ijtit one weie swamped nt once, 'I'liosu remaining on board were on iiCConnt of the Lojuinp iu the Fen. Those saved Iniulcd in one 'jl'lhu bunts al, Abtico ulj'.f.t live p. in. on !he "f '.lie and were lukcu from lieie in n Sta'.u by of six in the First. :n the .Soeond liurbor in the Third '.n G'.xUi Sawyer iv. the Seventh .MtDIll in Hie ElKlnli. .Domoerutic in the Fourth nnd F.lilridMo in tho fifth. claimed inn- elected Stolbcr, a frier-d of the Gov- County, Ky., look him his wife and. eminent, t'resident, there bclns only six- away liung them to a tree. votes against him. M'r. K. A. Leslie, manaircr of the liank of Hriti.-h Xorlli Anierica, :u-.t! his aecountant, McDonald, were crowned a by tho lipsetlinir of lion', at Onta Tim FlfHi Audilor of the Treasury ''.as nn'.do his unniial lo the Seerctary. i lie nuikos no rocomineuda'.io-is, but reviews work done in his oflico. showing that. I il ilnrins ontha llth at THE (io'.d closed in New Tori A tolegrnm of the (Jth says: The rrcsiiient has recently received several .incnyinous IcUers, infortrins him case he was re-elected, the writers The letters, it is stated. accounts wore adjusted i whatever, year, iv.vo'vlnL: General Sherman i.-sued a ere.: iu intind to tli stated. irlvc the I'resident no the writers being supposed lo be oral iiu-liidin.e; tlie entrineers, firemen, ami 'lin's biiriiL-r. A bucket !o Iho'inn'.dles of tin: swninpcd h.vil. to hn'.l Iwn iu the rescued boat. the.rt: were no sof.mcii in the swEinipeit limy iinn'iie U; pr.iperiy tuHiiiiize inul iu this condition they were Ici'l.. It is mil. likely thnl any of I Item mujority miled lit. from -lO.OUHo All '.lie iri-tssincu we.rc dueled by Uui Rei.'tilili- the i Hie- an I and resolr.tw eiti.'.ens cf Koston wen- tire- at ivioc td'-.en aid lo slrickor. ,.f Huston were a: the K.i-1 to if burnt Chie.v.-i: ;.f fe.o ndred thmisaivl Horace Greelcy, announcing his ot that paper K K noeord with eUher of tho great parties which _ down an embankment K'-i feet, near llamp- ton CiOPS'nur, on the same day. John (.'lark. L claimed tlic Stale. ubliciui, elected to divided the country, he will 1. alile r.nd-will ondonvor to give wider and steadier rup.rd to the j .Iohn Miohuel Kotly.James r..i... Janii'.s s in the found   ndviuuie on i'aris there lie no powder lo int-et iiilu will itlr'fil Jichi-nie, mid pr'ipOHi'd to tin! (tcnr-rnl lo hi! wrll Iricidiir look ils Iinw wit" the inerit- his coin pan tons lnuUlone llieir part. II" slmiic liis iloiibli! Imrriilud gun ahou him and ln'Kim I" climb the wall. h.....it. !u Hie ton he saw llu: two .no'.diers "lai-ini-ivltb wonder al (lie strmmt: ;en agrat- wn.- niready ripo for revolt liefore Dlimtis' own knowledge. iitfivnl, nnd Hint when the hitlur returncii il'yin.ir success in the otlier aspects eon- wilh Ins friends, llicso vfcio assumed lo loniphucd, wlterever it is fnii-ly in '.ip- hu chiefs of iho National Guard, already eraliun, Ihoso of un vvno visiteulhe jndian industry, and the useful art sun Journal can do, and he will not be pro- voked to indulgence In those tiller person- alities which are Ihe bone ot journalism." The horse disease had so far subsided in Hoslon on the Illh that business bad nearly her toward a y, ar Mrs. Virginia T. Minor IT. in St. '.he res.-irtr.it Mr-. Minor i.- the wile of 1 I'iiiH'in were instanlly killed. Sixteen oth- Cleih of .'f Mis crs were severely injured, lour of i -._ 1.'e.iny ihe 1. would probably die. A Horrible oulraire and immlo the lire %vns onl.. The aliUT.i .uiveu wtiile tho passemrors vverc :it btit on liie stoward's report (hut Second n1 the lire had been tliebrcdk- M'IIS resumed, intd the fears ol the ial elected by a ijnntll majoril.y. is re-clcetcd in the i.ritit, and -Vm. .IT. Stone, Oemo- leclw! in the Third District. mr.jprity. Boston on the lilh thnt business bad nearly nrrpo'r-iled ve-ir Ooueord. N. 1 m-der the I resumed ils usual nclivily. The spread of j voluur fourteen i Ihc distemper in mtsbnrgh, Pa., had was deeoyed'into" the I'y de-'i-nated oiisiv interrupted business. I uncle Franklin B. auod six- i Jlrs. Eliznbotli Cady Stanton, who was I tyyciua] .iml and murder, j ed. Tlie old man confessed j jj, the terrible crimo. j sire McUormlck ei l.ynch'sslables in Bnif.i'.o. 1 uase N. T., were burne.i on the nialit of the nth. v. A New York dispatch of the Sth says the j cited by Mrs. Woodhnll us her authority for some of her charges against the Uuv. Henry Ward Hccchor, emphatically denies Ihoalle- iration, and declares her conviction lliat Mrs. Woodht'.ll's slatemcuts are llulruu in every Illinois Supreme Court on the ToVi'Tel'iii-i. Demoerats' i Hiecuscof Ihe proprietor and managing cili- The Supreme Cottvt of Illinois has lined i tho f'Tf "f nrvlo awarded now trials to Kalfcrty and 1 erlect, hundreil dollars, and; The ll.nlon lo till: ng them, Hiiiniiiul- -wiii) was iii command, was seen approach- iiltl'.migi H, one of our Tim mutter wns uxplnliu.'d to linn, t" I1 ......-phrusi-H a Ireatv to retain Ihu of public ullnirs, and deserve rived (ihbnt seven p.m. on I'.ie.Md. On the S-llli a schooner was sent Inward Ihe tlnvl tlituc of his triciiils wuru wmt otlicia! majority in majority between mnl carried foi-Greeloy. .-I Keimblican. Hrar.t probably carried the Slate by about S.OOOr.i.iJorliy. Addifionlil rti'uiTin on Ihe morning of tho Oth: In Toledo, Ohio, at the recent election, two ladies voted in the Third Ward, und several offered ballots in the First Ward, but the Judges declined to receive them. A majority of tho horses in Richmond, Vii.. were sick on the 7tb. The disease was on the Increase iu Charleston, S, O. In Bal- timore no cars iverc running, owing to the prevalence ot the disease in that city. The election for President of Mexico rc- 1 eolh-elions of internal I'.ir rendini; -Inne M. were asse-smenrs iiaviiie: t-.een B total expense of w.n it patent, even if ils production was aecit'.eu- anil all assessments, Ul, and not :it tliotinie, and tliat j coinrensaiion of storekeepers, mere duplication is uol invenlion. j Tlie oolloetions on the in soi.ie Tlie horse disease was aliatiua in Wasliinir- i of the prineiple Slates are at ton or. tho'.till. Tlie co'.ltrnetors under the cotleellun.-1. Board of Public Works had put. in npcra- i HTVW lllinnis. _ eoUe. tions lion, in the'absctieeof steam njs.-ssie.'.HiU. Mi-'.-ouvi. ciilli-c- engines and steam rollers for the purpose nf tion-, assessmenU. 1.. haultnc dirt, arnvcl and stones, to be used i Sew York, eolleetions, a- in i-rndinir the 'streets, allevs, etc. Onc of VK.KS. Ihese stciim rollers hauled sl.v. larire WML-I ns Tlie Coin-.nisi'.nner of Inlcrtia! ll.'vcnux- es- from seventy-one ,n fllrnoat nnanlmous choicc of ft SlvcGrccluy a majority l.s.000; Tho Y0toa against htm the Democrats. ____ de ami mii'.i- this tlranthad cor- n.K it. too hot to gallic ot'.icrs ofl'. Only ricd the SU.teby liboul :t, 000, nud thnt, Smith, three bouts were lanr.ched, two of which _ were swamped. Il is ai'.id that seven miles and seven children were nhoard the Missouri, none of wlicin gol into the: the 7th, in restored hcultli. New York Times of tho 7th clnimed a popular msijority of for General ,T T, iff pupil ui r iiiHjy t itj ui. i iiij-jw iui UUIICKI riall, Stowcll, Thomas, am Lever, Repul.li- cstimatoll u nt eans, andllnn'-er, I.fai-ns.VVhiteaiK.Bo'.ven, Court ot Nsw jersey lin: Conservatives, are elected to Congress, unFiUinioiisly decided that an act to submit a of "License or nolieense" to the A innn knnws his" own business im; over that powder to him. Dumas, nt la.U, from his clinlm) window, pissed IMI (.lerard's order from onc to laid on the backs of tin: liovsc.4 with a j oilier with a sort of smiling coil- stick, and made thorn pdlop. lu a r whloli will him mnra trouble in tin! future. It is said Hint Mr. Circcley will Immediately return to thu Jrilmne, UutotmliiKd to "wipe nil nil scores. He The Usolossncss of liargulns. Tire Hcpnblican victory of yc-Mcrday means two things Iho iinivcrsul vindica- tion of dclinlte pfinciplein pnrty poliljcs; On: but that it wits imraeclialely swamped. U II UooU Sntiircilly, We licivc at our olllcc five lengthy csanvs conlrlliulcd some of tlic best beinmiro.. lllirclK......... IiK'.l.inn........ Imi-u........... Atiline........ Mn-mvi-hilflcUS. Wielilcnn Mini Mi> tlic ilrlft ot tho evidence strongly'against the defondauts. In Cincinnati, on the IHh, tliere were nljont fifty liorscs nlfected by the epizootic. The disease had made its npponrance at Spring- field, III., ar.il in several other citiea in the State. A tvlelir.il'.-. well to Ucncral Butler am! K'.is- iull, Boston, on the 12lli, to th" cltvc! Ihjt the PrcsiJetiu had him to say that every poss'.UK- of relief an-1 aid i tronlil lo llie nl Boston hy the ppear to demand action conUa.c.U, port that ho will be a candWale for United throughout the Slntcwlll aland by the Ian-." knoU lo i.nr- Suites Senator ngninst. Mr. Morton, nnd also A small son of Kugenc Barns, nhout kd ruinri ivUH water, the report that lie is tibont to return to the j years or age, while return In ff home from to tin: corpft-? c.-f uO'.toritil profession. school at Georgetown, Ky., on the i ThreVmcn wore In the ,'j (novmior Baldwin announces that; the I passed through a Lot of hogs on his tather s i of a wall on el root, 1 Sault Stu. Marie Canal will be closed for the farm, and it thought was playini; with j leavjUJp't'hL.jr visible. A of the Total.... 'i'tuit succeeded. por.rcd in clUhonesl lulc from Us birth to its tlciUh, Iho r'nlhera of llmt hindsight, liow much money one c. wn-Kihnd fniuti will Imrdly duru have :niule in btsttiug on olcctionl If u man's .forcsichL was as good as liis COUUl I i season ftt noou. Ducemocr 1. [some' small wlicn some Inrjre hoffs j I Thirty died In Chicago on the 7tb; on him, und, no onc being near, killed j twenty the day before. The deaths were j him up, except tlie heed and shoul- generally attributed to the horses hcintr dcrs. worked too soon after bein.Lf sick. The em- Th ployment of oxen bad become finite ircnernl I tcrri in the city. Street cars antl omnibuses were still idle, except where steam power wivs ueud to propel the former. The Merchants' and Planters' tfnllooal Bank of Union, at Union, South _ .....pi the time, and the tlanics spread rapidly, despite the great exertionn made by firemen and and an nrea of about half a mile square In the eolid business portion of tiic city was laid waste in the space of about twelve'hours. The principal streets trav- ersed by the conflagration were Summer, Clmuncey, Franklin, Pearl, Devonshire, Milk, Congress, State, Commercial and :et, ineton. Each of these streets represented a Uly 1 ?pr-eiftl department of wholesale business. mt 3ummer, Chauacey and Franklin were ,nd exclusively devoted to cry goods, of i antl contained scores of the largest estabiish- 0, ments in the city. Pearl street was the crowd attempted to rcpcue them, but were nnsacccstftil, and iu a few mJnufcw the re- maining portion of the wall felt iind them out ot. fiirlst. Ton v.-orkirg' are said lo be thrown out of employ- ment by the were WHS rumored that an incendiary, cauLrht in liie net. the night before, had been handed to a lamp-post. Thy Stale Legislature had bctn called lo meet on Ihe A iiuanlity of ruin had fallen in the city. Sev- eral arrests of woaW-bc Incendiark-s had been made. At a meeting of eitb-ens beM on the 1'itb. dispatches from variou? cities, offering sympathy and aid, were read amid [jreat applause. The city was in darkness tlie before, the gaa being shut off. was no fOLltog of despondency omong the but a was every- where manifested by bTUlncsa men to meet the reverses manfully, and conquer 'he Itcpublicnn miiasus knew its capital the German National whon lie wns! iu llttlo luwu. vnthcrctl round, lintciilni; friend dtechiltnutL nnd teixnuitcd brtwucu every mouthful. As hy dished in for them. uf f lie onihl du udmiraMy, vivid' uiun ttKoU'lifK theyollirilHnj: the Al tics listfticvi with duHjclit nnd wonder: bUUvfUtMi he ctuivc to explain object of prcsi'tH I an- Unit I meant to capture, ucte" cllneil to to get vith yo [pO   

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