Clipped From Green Bay Press-Gazette
Blied-ung's tended visit nere. William Ballard, who went from here to Dakota, early mtlie summer, in search of a home, leaving his wife and child with relations in dDgdensbtirg, Waupaca Co., returned to Ogdensbnrg one night this week, to hnd the neighbors just ready to bury his wife, who had died of malignant diphtheria, his child having died a few days before. Mr. Ballard, upon learning the situation, fell senseless to the tloor and had not recovered when last heard from. Several of the boys have left for the woods. The Grand Division 8. of T. will meet here Oct. 17th.