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9 Nov 1859

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9 Nov 1859

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Racine Democrat, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1859, Racine, Wisconsin I Boussion Accident list of Sci 2g Woi Ruderi. The killed cud wounded. The citizens of rendered track assistance As Kysh who occupied tie Foremost cars were. Account of Luis mutated. The i u Accident j . Iinrshn.1 in j is extensive and in us i of any that Ever n this on ii Railroad. The the greatest sufferers. Or. E. Ii. do Lac died about 8 l. After haying both legs Thomas of the s City and Lac were Iii Ordng and chatting together in the bag cur Aud the Furmer wits thrown head Long into the ditch and probably died i Tom strangulation. Imp. Bonesteel with Many p Ticu _ was made Uriot j others of the injured returned Home be Xvi item in and incite from i Torday afternoon. Jul and Mil svay1" to Chi who Xvi re on their to enjoy what was in Honor of to a opening through to , of lib p Ichigo. It Nur Tweit a Iii orig. when was c Fink Tod through to Tow of Chicago Imd in cd Over the Road through this state cml Yore Uio it cordially received Sill at fond Dpi lae Oshkosh and apply Toni. It was in acknowledgement of such a hospitable reception As Well As to get the ingratiate in the favor of the cities just mentioned that this return excursion was proposed. Jerome Mason the express agent had his Bond his towels partly Burnt out by the stove. John Lunt of Oshkosh i survived and measurably cheerful until within a mile of Watertown when i Rod. He suddenly exalt Sherwood was clerk of the Jay Steamer Pearl on Wolf Olivcr was a Gen Oral favorite and was killed instantly lie till had his sister with him who escaped harmed. Or. T. Miner of Winter town was crushed uni killed cars us he at tempted to leap from the platform. He was held Between the cars like i vice fur Tho circumstances demanded. Tit. E. P. Elect of this City Dre. Cady and soul dip of Watertown and of Oshkosh with others rendered timely Aid to tie sufferers by one they were taken from the Orband Ngos and offered such assistance us wus Grutly appreciated and will Long be remembered. At about three o clock the few cars Capa ble of being used brought to Watertown the the wounded and cud. The citizens accommodation within their Power. The hotels were opened to relieve every want. Tie planter s hotel received and cared for Many who were most seriously injured. Every wish or want thy could seemed to be unt Cipu new proprietor or. Nathan his estimable lady who were untiring in extending their hospitality to those temporarily under their care j or. S. I. Hewlett the great temper mice lecturer with his wife Hud joined i the excursion lists to Chicago on their Way Tho citizens of Chicago had Maju inc some two hours. Several others could not inst Nincic preparations to receive them be extricated from the ruins until a Hou yesterday and were to meet them at their j or two after the disaster. Physicians from Watertown and. Oshkosh Sam e of whom Wero aboard the Niin exerted themselves their utmost in relieving the injured. The 5 ladies also were Active in ministering to the wounded tearing up their clothing for bandages and Doiny Good deeds to nil in need of them. What was left of the train returned to Watertown about half of that Naruc who residual at past three in the afternoon and the Orcsi depot with military music of citizens Thea March about the Eity the Hospital ties of which were to Toof tended to them. There were fifteen cars to Tho train nil crowded with an animated Happy party and drawn the rate of about if town Miles an hour by Iho 2 Crry in Sinitt named after the Appleton and who is one of Tho directors of the Road. About eight Miles South of Watertown not far from Teu o clock in the Forenoon of Jui Peu Ripon , was caught dents of that City threw open their doors and humanly surrendered themselves heart and hand to the exigencies of the Occas yesterday gift can you eleven of those to South. Or. Hewlett had appointments which on account of the loss of his entire Ward Robe together with that of his wife a Are necessarily Bro Ken. They were both uninjured and will in a to ready to carry out their i former plans. Or. T. L Gill tit Wasin unlit by i feet in some Way so that his body was literally split asunder to some is yet he recognized his friends and begged them his life and thus his pain. Or. Minor we standing on the platform of the car where a was killed no doubt in the attempt to jump to the he was so crushed that not a single a Tito was left in Bis body unbroken. Killed besides All of Tho wounded who were Jar had both his legs Cut off be v in Over. 1 _ j town of. It. Pleasant 3d Ward 4th War 1 Teri Oral of 0 3 c. S g. S o w j7. Re i 1c k is d. Z s ii. M i 13 k a i. To z or. I a 5- c1. 1. Special notices. Foster pc Ullmann. pc ton the i him terms. To let Adria unil Europe. Exita Hocon the Eastern alld True Imd Kun Orojio. Iff Gold nud Silver Kan turn Bink Lotrn. Cd drifts until Vuctir rent Sou. U Arramith or in c. Jony a. Kostil a . Present Linker Ilo Tiht of City a Ink. W3 Racine oat8-soa31 so. Western clothing and Tirk Vianit of Piacine. I a ctn Wisconsin. The oldest Bank in the City and one 1 of for to ii bul sin Law of j inv St Ftp 11 Ann president. Vaniel , cml it a. Outfitting establishing the great English remedy jambs Klei Inaten female Pilts. Thy cow Catcher and carried about a j unable to be Rem Tod to their Louic were. Of un-1 Ducin rods when to fell under the engine crossing a Bridge that spanned a Siu Sll Crit a bordering on which was a Marsh Woods that were being in a. Scauo of horror ensued which it is impossible to describe. The. Locomotive wits precipitated into the ditch on band Side the baggage cur was plunged half Wuy Down into a Pool of Wator and five passenger cars filled with human beings Wero literally Maui mod into of Auh other smashed up and shattered into the Gromb the cracking of timbers in the conches and the horrible Bike i re and mutilation of the men to 1111 n Aud children in that of Rains Imit possibly be imagined. The . Shock vibrated like a death Knell Tii Ruyh the entire train bringing the cars wore left on Tho track to n stand still Nihil is thai panic seized on the occupants of Tho cars that escaped the Accident they by pid to Rush wildly out of the doors where they were first in ado cognizant of the terrible extent of the disaster. The Feori ifs of the killed Lay still in death before wounded gave vent to their agonies end human limbs that had been Dis in the City of Watertown. There was Tho greatest excitement throughout this City All the afternoon yesterday after the Accident was known Here there were several on Board the train from Milwaukee and a Good Many in. The City had friends stud acquaintances with the excursion lists. Or. Henry e. Bone steel of this City was aboard the train and had some four or five relatives aboard one of whom was will to seen. Or. Conover Independent detective of this City also had friends aboard. Or. Perrine of Thia Cit had friends aboard. Of or. M. J. Thomas deceased who has Many warm friends hero we have no . Spoken. Numerous others in the City had relatives and acquaintances among the excursion lists. It can readily be seen therefore what must have been the pc Chang Here on hearing of the disaster. A special train was considerately tendered by Tho Railroad authorities to Tho use of phys. Caius friends of the excursion lists and re porters and at 4.30 yesterday afternoon some ten or a dozen physicians accompanied by mayor Page and others repaired to Watertown where they found Malten in the condition we have described. The mutation above the Knees. He lived but a Short time afterwards. Or. Boardman was thrown from the car upon the ground at some distance and quickly rising upon Bis feet he reached his arms upward to their full length As if to grasp something beyond his l All Tho vigor of Eurnest life then with Al most superhuman strength was approach ing the ruins in spite of the resistance of friends who Hail taken hold of him then As suddenly fell into the arms of those at hand and immediately died. The list of Oil dead and wounded a above Given is full raid Correct up to s. A. M. Al ir.-. S l. Liau mix co go i Deneb f. A. Luge c. Editor. Official paper of the City. Wednesday nov. 9, 1359. The state election. Severed were scattered about in places i most of returned Homo last we have delayed our paper m Hopes of Alm stall in the baggage car were kill of at once or died soon after. Those who survived immediately began to Render us Fis Tanco to the injured and to Clear away Tho rubbish so As to extricate those under the ruins. Messes. D. A. Cole a. J. Knos and Barber jr., of water cd was one of nature s noblemen we but a few Renni ined to Render such service to the injured As was our special reporter will probably return Thiafi noon Brij Fuller particulars than we have yet been Able to give. Deputy marshal Thomas who was kill getting news As to the this we have not received. Scattering returns indicate result is very doubtful. The republicans claim that Hobart s maj. In Milwaukee City and county 13 less than Cross s majority. This is Wright d w or. I have put his residence in this be j t the m an Jirack or. Lla Raing j. C. Lewis i cause he made it his Hoad of unters Here _ l a drink. J. Ira his u10ra a com Anent Lumc we i Over Cross. .1 he. Republicans so j. It fall of of add Lac Ira tones of a Hustisford and others wore among the first to Render efficient Aid and care. As Tho bodies were when from the ruins although his More permanent lome was in fond do Lac lie was hearted gentle Man As full of health mid majority Over Cross. The republicans have card fro Iii All of their strongholds. The strongholds of dam of crazy Are yet says Tho Democrat one had his free torn off another had lost both legs another had Liis head smashed in an of lifer had lost Arm and Sercely one without serious injuries. The Fol owing u n list of Tho killed and wounded happiness yest Cri ii morning us the Best j to pc Harj from. It a privilege the list of the dead. M. J. Thomas u. S. Marshal Milwaukee. Jerome Mason express agent fond jul Lac. Isidore now fond do lao. T. A Willatt e. Ii. Sit Klucs g. H. 5oardman, Oshkosh. John Lunt go. F. Emerson Al put Sherwood Chas. Aldus theron Miner Watertown. List of the injured. Or. C. Petersilea prominent and Influent in German citizen of that town both Lega crushed to atoms and not exp cited to survive. Yan b. Smead editor press fond do Lac Skull badly fractured and it is hoped May survive. A. D. Bonesteel Indian. Agent fond leg broken Aud other injun judge e. Flint fond do Lac one leg broken. Mrs. H. M. Lewis fond do Lac one leg broken. Mra Jas. Kinney fond do Lac one leg broken. Fond do lao badly but up. Mrs. A r. Baldwin Oslo Koslov both legs broken. Or. Bixby Chicago two ribs broken. Hurt in Tho groins. J. L. Griffith fond do Lac Liburt but not dangerously. Mrs. Mrs. Barber v he is now no More and Manya i started to the Eye in this City yester at mrs. A. B. In App Oshkosh miss a e , Oshkosh. Shoulder Dis Loca thu and anode injured. Or. Ken a James spine and hip injured a. A. Llo Baat conductor of tie Mexcur , James Page baggage Tadly i cur Day on learning that he was Ninon those killed by this fearful Railroad to had just returnee i rom new York and left his wife at his father s residence in Chippewa Canada where she is now visit ing. Up to fond do lao Friday last intending to return to Day but some friends persuaded him to accompany Thorn on the fatal excursion. He Hud his life insured but to what amount we did learn. Not r Blicaus Conj of Conj Wing be the Ilc full ill thin City nud county. The republicans have elected All of the assemblymen. The o the City was very Light. A Large number of voters were Newny from Home. Persons in the fourth Ward who arc capable of judg ing estimate least one. Hundred democratic citizens and voters Olio. Left last Spring in search of employment still Home. The1 republicans in this City have not Yote. Their Victory is entirely owing to absent demo cratic voters. Fore they arc out of Tho woods., we Nei ther Crow nor Gryc no. As far As heard from there Are gains and losses of both tides. The fight Elands about equal not much Lee Way. We advisor our democratic friends not to be discouraged it is time enough to feel bad Whu we Are obliged to let Tho Shanghai Crow can Lay Low keep Tjui Cit and look out for the lust card there is a Strong probability of another account by a special re it Aud taking the . I the most fearful occident that Ever Nap i opened in oui state was that of yesterday the Chicago it Northwestern 11. Though not so destructive of life As at 5rst reported. It was upon Tho occasion of the Ope using of the Road and the curs were thronged with citizens of Appleton Osh Kosh food do Lac Watertown and Adja cent towns the Day had for u Long time been anticipated Ond As is usual it such times was being enjoyed As a festive Day. Families with their particular friends had associated themselves into Little parties and just began to Realise Road was the unlocked fore ont suddenly broke upon them a Liichi Lias struck gloom and Many a Happy heart. Although the Accident was fearful yet ninety nine out of every Hundred of those who stood in imminent peril still live to offer grateful thanksgiving where one has answered to the summons that called to a higher and grander existence. The disaster Urpse from the throwing of the engine Froni by in of that suddenly jumped in front of it Ond so quickly that All parties Are entirely excused of All Blamo. The cause and effect occupied but an in Stant. The scene was heart rending in the extreme. The engine when thrown from the tract Dove into Tho about Cuteen Miles to the hour was almost instantly scr come. The baggage car was Runkus with clothing and Many Keris of cherished scattered in m directions Witk fragments of splintered timbers nud dismembered the cars following. The. Baggage car were into each other cutting off All escape except through to c windows until the roofs and sides curs could to removed. Marly who Wero uninjured became so paralysed at the Tho f of the dying land Itilio. Dead they wore wholly unable to Render in their eager haste to learn of friends As yet unseen fro a dding much to the with presence of mind that characterizes the the world heroes Council proceedings. City Council cum her Piacine nov. At a regular meeting of Tho City coun cil there were present his lion the pres ident Aid. Knight in the chair Aid. Bean Beswick Bliss Deitrich Knight Miller Mitchell Pearson Raymond Yaughan w ration and co Roe. The minutes of our regular meet ing were read and approved. The Harbor com. To whom was referred the subject matter of repairing and Tho expense for the sumo. Aid. Lies Wick moved report to read and placed on Bio carried. The judiciary com. To whom was refer red the Resolution of Aid. Knight recommending that one of the City maps be sent to Tho school land office at Madison and recommend Resolution be adopted carried. Tim City attorney to whom was referred the subject Marter of the double Merit on blocks 50 02 and g7 in the 3rd Ward for the year 1s5t. Reported in fun Vor of Sci nitting one and one half of the tax of 1s57. Aid. Miller moved that it be received and placed on file carried. Aid. Miller moved judiciary com. Be excused Froia reporting on Tho same matter is reported by the City at Torney carried. Aid. Miller moved subject mat Ter of the report of the Eity attorney be Laid on the Tubac our next regular carried. Offered the following Resolution and called for the ayes and nays on its adoption jets of cil the avails of the lax or now in the City treasurers office against the property of Wells and Stone Dutton and and or. Sutherland in the 1st Ward of the City to the Bigelow a. Sands Thomas clone in curve Skinner a. Sands charged Bridge account. A. Sands 3.00 charged Harbor account. We Worth co. Charged printing account. Co. So 1st Ward account. Wentworth co. 2.70 2d Ward account. Thomas Driver i i a Marc l a prescription of sir j. A Lurex m. Phi ski ill extraordinary to the Queen. To jew in tic pure of nil ilium nut roup 10 a Jiichi the pc i execs Doltl i a .1 tiny lie relied on. I to married ladies i i in h h Ili n i Lime lir Lilg on Ilii. pc ind ii ill 1-ii.ch imlll1.1. In Ico one1 Ilic c 1 to a ii7ij ii it sir finijt., it tit at to tiny Ilia it in nil cares if nil j a i. Nail Lillus Lih Fec in jul Juht in Iii of lit , 1 ill. Wit arum ill Ellior Liivi. Fail i. Ilalio n priv i fill ruin ily Ilo no can Jiin . By ii lift Vitu Llic c . I Tiu puck go a Jifa kill Follin i Jou x. In. O null to Ivy Nirri j. A. J , Ond Ullric i mils is n now a the Luthir. At. Inform t one Price t kit Csc nine Vic duty and ready made Tuul go sets cooler Liia dry. Which Ilmy Ouw warrant fit so. Ill few i win i of Hoo who Liy Njie i Thimig entirely new us i life in lift sly cof dross fur Chi. I i number 92 St kept oni , i 01 Walsh f 1, till isj9, , Hal Devin to co Witik Lio Atit n v. ii Closel to if. For the fall and Winter Trade important Edward j3s has Illel fill Mill ii to Ibik. Of Haj Hirtl Puiul of Tuple try new Silks not new shawls new vol Antias new prints new cloths new Clui Iti new Priapi new new new a in Iasi m Ilal has improved you so in api Liana ice Olmi Lias Jivon you tic i to. Yout Laiful look Wood s l air list Cralia charged 3d Ward account. W. J to what Agency am i to increased King 3, 12, p. Nelson 1.50, m. Burns Beauty my dear sir you no very m. Hans k. Wording j but i am Ink Bleil to charged 5ih Ward fund. . Knight c. H. s. G. Uni Init 2.00, w. Charged election fund. Aid. Miller moved to strike out s. C. Yout s in Ofiu stand refer to the committee on education carried Aid. Keswick then moved in port to adopted As Amend d and mayor and clerk by authorised to Issue scrip for Tho above amounts and called fur the avs and nays ayes Alj. Lies Wick. Bliss con Roc. Joe Itrich Evans. Knight. Miller m Itchell pen Sou. Are and written i Nusic cd. The com. On fire Aud water offered the following Resolution i , com. On fir o und j Al e he relay directed to contract fur the building of such reservoirs for the use of the lire department As they May find necessary provided the expense shall not exceed Tho amount already appropriated for Bui Dino of stories. Aid. Mil Ler moved its adoption Carrica. Aid. Beswick offered the following res Wood s Artir k sir. Tinct i saw you last you have pro in 20 years Youn yur How is it a fact my , Zijair pastor alive. Why my dear Friend. .1 scan Tali Tyc to and now you e head of to . Miracle Sre you to our hair rc-iloralivt1 i am told Nisi inc lilo nervous you tru i Rotibi a with has left you v 1 us Liy Tho Aid of hair Reslo Ralic such tic no Over tic county Antt inn i onion or about i . Laii Retro Oilive a truly j , us Well us r. Cibij Tiftic stud till do All us Wilt of Irani lations several try no Rutily in tin.1 Market culled by Lilter use none Twig professor a to Tiv hair , St. Mo., jul York Are blown in the bottle. Sold by by nil toilet Good in the Vii led and Cunard Elf. 3s1 new needs new sheeting new new Frenchi travelling new All Wool do la incs i new French it Rinus. J Sisir. i table aliens Pillow Lini Icinia Lii itu talk or and i Loop 3, 5, a 10, 11.12, 15. 14.1 10, ill Rhi. Very lowest prices dry goods cheap Fop. The Millic commercial Lla cinc lie Ottov in ill suit Imanil lie of j. Thih opened Sivji it ii Oulu k til wit run v of intr i la terms Are As Low 2.8 times will and Iii 1 ii. I 1 in Liiv limit. It w t Liall tit i it Irr Lull of Cir lit Hun divid dollars and if they should not Ai count to that sum then the commissioners is authorised to make up thut amount in any other certificated he f i select fur the purpose of repairing the bar i then and Journo. Bor hers. Said avails or certificates to when the work is completed i solution and called fur the ayes add nays on the in its adoption. It Imlej that is Long a tha City pays the marshal for his Alt dance of this Council we shall expect him to lie More prompt in his duties in future and on no account to leave the Council when in ses Sion without boing excy by n vote of the Council. Ayes Aid. Beswick. Con acc Deitrich Evans Knight. Mitchell Miller Pearson Raymond Vaughan and ten 11 nays none. On motion of Aid. Pearson the Council c. Violent speech of Wendell Iii clips. . 2. Wendell Phillipa of Beeton delivered a lecture last night in Brooklyn in which he argued that John Brown was the ouly american who had acted boldly up to the True american idea and cast aside also these false arid fatal wrappings of and of Etc conservatism and refused to regard Liny thing As government or any. Statue As Law except those which conformed to his own sense of i Justice and of right. Vir Ginia was not n s Tite. Or Wiso was not a governor. a nation. All. These so called govern menu Gadi Zed Pira cies Andy John Brown was to Day the Only rial and True government on the soil of Virginia add and in indefinitely better right to Wise than Wise bad to bang wm1. He also said i think you can a to tartan forging it into according to Tho estimate now before the Council. Ayes Aid. Bes Wilc Bliss Livans Knight Miller Mitchell. Pearson and w Ratten 11 Deitrich 1 adopted. An. Ordinance establishing the Grade of Milwaukee , so called Pui ised its 1st and 2d readings. Aid. The following Resolution and called for the ayes and nays on its adoption ii. Up Iam City clerk. Clov Council. It lamer Eacino oct. 25, 1s50. J at ,1 up Cecial meeting of the City Council there were present Bis Hon. The mayor in Cincinnati july Jajio. Or. C. W. Deur reply inquiries of ice in. Me Clcil fur to that mrs. N. Of this soc icly of Friconi a of tic or. Alice of Cincis Ninlin provi Nis lit lick Hor Colliu Crnec in the of yours Koi cities and Trio to derived from ilium. Slio Hud been i Uin Viil Rii prix tin Linn it Over of of opt Linin nil he i inc a Triou remedies resorted it a it Mut Relief a lion sonic Friend re Onisik Elled a course of our so Sindin Vinn us of purifier ind Blo d 1 ills. They Linin the desired cell Cal and site considered As restored i know Niy Linic used your medicines ii my Sienk in Cikk Day of the benefits derived thus testifying of. Their renovating if licence in purifying Iho blood Nail giving vigor to Tho system. They Bette chains if you must have the it into Sharpe s great Deal bet Ter used in. That Fetters a to tent the mayor or president of the Council be authorised to employ a sufficient Force Toju tall the dogs found running at to the dog Ordi Nance within the Bounds of the Eity. Ayes con Roc Deit Miller Mitchell Pearson Raymond and Vaughnn 10 nays Aid. Knight and Wratten 2 adopted. Thoi following accounts were presented As follows e. Foster 510. Raymond p. Gilbert com. On fir and water. Sandford Tapley com. On printing. W. S. Wait e m. Beckwith com. Of finance. John a. Conroe Harbor Tho chair Aid. Bean Boswick Couric Deitrich Knight. Mitchell Pearson Bay-1 mond Vul Ullmn and Bliss. Aid. Knight offered Tho following Reso Lution. That the controller to and to is hereby authorised to Sot aside All Tux certificates belonging to the City on which there Are no previous lies or claims to be held by him As a fund out of which to pay any expenses not exceeding eight Hundred Miro Havo Donc. Sec dollars incurred by inc City during the present year in repairing piers in d dred Pink the Mouth of . Moved that Tho rules find Bye Laws be suspended for the evening carried. By cordial approbation. Very respectfully your obedient , s. J. . Rev. Samuel j. Brown hits been it devoted la Borer in the of christianity in Cincinnati for Roro thirty years is almost every old Cincinnat inn knows. Sueh testimony from such n source in not to be in Sod Over lightly. Other Propri Iviry remedies Ever presented to t Public Ever received a tithe of the common from Mejt off is Asdig in every Wulk Aid. Deitri Cli called. For the ayes and a Days on the and option of Tho Resolution ayes Aid bean bes Wilt Conroe Knight Peerson Raymond Andy Tughan 7 nays Over u Aid Bliss Deitrich and Mitchell 3 car ins-11" ried. Aid Knight offered the. Following Reso moved its adoption great Deal better thin a great Eia us of a. False Groat Inan for men to Beol Down and War ship. It a -s.tate. House Yard Corwin of. Present on the platform and thing called upon speech said to was Thuro merely " by Acci Dent and begged to be allowed to reflect he had giving vote Ripon Tho Charles Smith Harbor com. Be and Ipoh Ald. .3d. Charles Smith they Are hereby instructed Hynos i whether Money can to raised for present do Fiir Henry Mitchell purpose of repairing land to Pendleton make an be Tomato of tie amount no Cussary Knight j the John pier William pier j season and Torres Ort regular. , John Lutz meeting of the Vonneil Joseph cts 0, a. Briggs Vij j. Or Cut Roo a. Hupf Finmann John Cawley .a1 Lutlo Panda Moye d resolved tha t tto City clerk be Reques. What our Nikoi vitors say of Mclane 8 Diatel i.1vjjr tills. New York Aujest so 1s50. 1tu, Tho undersigned having made trial of d m Lanc s celebrated Ian Kab pills prepared by Fleming Bros. Pittsburgh must acknowledge that they ire Tho Best medicines for sick had Echo Dys pepsin and liver complaint that to Over used. Uiko in acc Winmond ice. To the Public and to Aro confident that if those who Are troubled with any of Trio above complaint will give them a fair trial they Wil not he Flitalo to acknowledge their beneficial mrs. Hill e troyj., mrs. Stevens of t Troy. Purchasers will be careful to ask for by. M Lane s celebrated Verm Fuge Man fractured by Fleming Bros., of Pitts Burch All other Fermi fugs in Oom parision Are worthless. Venn Fugo also has celebrate Olivcr Pilla can now be bad it All resp Stablo drug at orca. genuine the signature of 331 tint 1 hat. La tul 1 iils i Bi-1 i ill Lvi lev Lull Ali i n z a i of v. In Ilii inn bus. la. In in sick ii Adachi if with tic also Sanford s d from Piliro 111 Chiw. Iii and i cathartic j ill i Tulp pro in nip ill ii toil tilt cowl Kintly Mcrejtp-1 or. Inc Dania nil _ to i Trio 3 act Oil Lia o used a to i wit Tiu tic o the q from a Verli tar of the Wlinich net alike on of i a , und arc and Cut Hurtic in needed of unlit numerous to mention in tills 00, j. Pisher i Ted to notify All parties Thot Are occupying of no it i or eth i Jaunt m. Annan we. Beswick i Mound Haven paid i. I for How often do referred to the controller. The controller Ruji Imide Trio following re port of is audited charged c. C. Fund John Hoff fund .59 within Twenty Dayi that Thoy will be sold motion of the Council then adjourned. Hupham City clerk. To Perrons Ith they eel Well Aro either , Dobi listed nor , or b Aye no appetite. To would to tins p Procuro Bottlo of door Iasi s German bitter . It according to Tho directions and you will restored to health and vigor. For talc bar All druggist dealers in Meiichi i or nor1 bottle.1 ito3. Prico 30 a the liver Inife orator Oil warm 1 Ulli in by Trio county a s. T. W. Sarto it. Music Toner jux 3.15 Brome wily. Vork. Toni it i cortoi., a Gnu Tor Bank Colin to court in the mutter of the state of David f dec Marl. On Ream of Helen s. Johnson of the City of Bacic county of Traci cd in the representing among other things aforesaid do Partap this life City and rothst to Jelt chattel and estate in this v thai some suitable person be n to a traitor and of onh for the hearing judge of this court on i 185f, at 9 Oclock in the Forenoon of said the office of Tho county judge in and w county in the City of and it is further ordered that n same by publication of Tonii three weeks Gume widely. Onee m prior to said time weekly n

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