Boy of Mr. Drominard of Mantorville thrown from wagon.

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Boy of Mr. Drominard of Mantorville thrown from wagon. - again indicate, actual Some a good series of...
again indicate, actual Some a good series of !ady of Delaware. represented^that ahii bad originated from sparbsi from aa engine.' —A little son of Mr.' : <Drom'nara,' of Mantorville, was tbriawn fcrom • a> wagon a'fewdays^since and: 1 'had: both :- 'of his legs broken, besides, l being otherwise severely injured;. k >„•; ,.,,.,;, —The annual payments to the Guip- pawa Indians ia Minnesotajiwho. number number about 6,000, are -now. .being made. They amount ,to .about; ; .§,50,QOO in

Clipped from Semi-Weekly Wisconsin18 Sep 1867, WedPage 1

Semi-Weekly Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Wisconsin)18 Sep 1867, WedPage 1
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  • Boy of Mr. Drominard of Mantorville thrown from wagon.

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