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wil management. was out, aid been Hulse copy Eliza to by and charac like The slow pace, at which the Games on had the effect of making the somewhat reckless of the dangers which attend fires, and we are pained to that a very serious accident occurred the falling «f the second floor, whereby Mr. B. O. McReynolds, of the firm Roach i McReynolds, was severely jured. Mr. McReynolds was in the room, doing his best to render what assistance he could, when the floor above way and he was caught by the falling mass. He was seen by those outside-being outside-being near a window at tbe time--but before he could ba released from bis position be was seriously burned on breast, aide, hands and feet, and will leas be confined to his bed far some on account ef his Injuries. At last accounts accounts he was doing welll, but has intensely from the burns and bruises. Mr. Humphrey was caught by a falling wall, and severely though not dangerously hurt. very. The contest was long and we may even say that something bitterness remains to this day. Soil Democrats would not vote and finally, by Mr. Lincoln's magnanimity, Judge Trumbull to the Ssnate, while Providence Mr. Lincoln for the great work years. It 13 not too much to this Illinois battle over a laid the foundations of tbe party formed two years later. Judge Trumbull hog the name aud difficult of approach, and this is the impression that from his manner and appearance; those admitted to his heart one of the wisest, kindliest, most and most considerate of friends. ; hale fellow" with tbe crowd Senate halls, lacks somewhat iu ality that makes one a favorite, ]ome is too reserved and too

Clipped from Decatur Weekly Republican13 Apr 1871, ThuPage 1

Decatur Weekly Republican (Decatur, Illinois)13 Apr 1871, ThuPage 1
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