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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1867, Janesville, Wisconsin WO HOUSES FOR In TWO d In. Apply to PRO be seen WILSON'S MUSIC PIANO TO nt W EXCHANGE a rood Lumber for Cord En ol tho STATS OR or three fine FOR S March 19, 1807. and lot on in this T. r. i u FOR in this March OK SAUti AN ON K. tho No. M Go so r tin prtl 8, ou of mini that jil cam ut Al Apply ivt tin i for sale my n mo nuJ lot iu tbo Third Thn is nl i 1.1MJ7, For The No. 02, North on fur or to lut u on milu a Mtm ul W. C. EOll Tho resilience of Obed on ol willi 10UO riuli ry nil fruit in tlm uf niMt iu or 1; I. 1J1AH.M Tho heirs of 1 llm St. 1-i-Bl mi oviT ill lliin Will sull form Jo Tim in id well Jr Olio ul lliu it A. ST. of York St. W nil ll traJo fur tim will to f und if A word 10 tbo of Dune and Croon llw uf ioO worth ol on iin will mm In to nt 1HE OLD AiND POPULAR MUTUAL OF for 18C6, Over Cash 1867, Over Million VOLUME 11 TUESDAY APRIL 9, 1867. NUMBER 38. 0.-FIC4AL PAPER OF THE 0, 1807. How they Some political philosophers are puzzling themselves with the will tho negroes of tho South vote They will vote as a general thing in the most al way in the which will be with their whatever party it may he that shows itself worthy of their dence and When tho war broke oui tho negro was a groat to ev erybody except General The South he will raise supplies for our work iu tho trenches and on the and relievo our soldiers f tho drudgery and hardships of cam The North ho will plot and conspiracies until tho rebels will be obliged to surrender in der to stop tho fire in their But parties were Ho neither tided the South to any great extent by into tho produce nor the North in murdering his but re- a of war until he emancipation proclamation set him on lis As he had a pretty clear idea bout tho issues involved in the war and vits generally found aiding tho right wo him credit for judgment enough now to select tho host method ng himself in tho new condition that hose eventful times havo placed him in. both parties will now do their nost to secure his is to bo and this do more securing the colored men full ice than all other legal enactments put Dividends Made and at the of Year and Every a to tho Urge romp in un 1'olictiK. This in u no ciui rlly which wo urn t. ivi to tlm iv to IU to Sn r In- TUB 1.I1-K COMPANY Uf in 1'. kilo i 1 one Ulu cur An it. ivt til ill in UJ J Thin the in I Links may to M. SIKH inl front in ovor for Mich. A DISCOVERED IN CENTRAL journals report that a subterranean city has been ered in tho vicinity of No. 1, on in settlers having undertaken to furnish bricks to Major the commandant of the brought him curious imens of required article led to inquire whence they had procured On their taking him to the tho of a subterranean city of vast was soon apparent to tho astonished Tho placo to have been originally built on the Luke but by the receding of the water is now at some distance from its and in the course of time lun up by sand and alluvial Whether it belongs to tho Parthian comparatively modern period of Turanian has not yet been A guard has boon stationed on the spot to protect the mysterious city from until tho arrival ot further orders from the Governor of Madison I From our 1S07. Senator tho President pro tern of tho Sonata was presented this evening with a handsome silver tobacco suit ably Senator Webb made the eloquent and appropriate presentation re- marks and tho popular though taken by managed to express his appreciation of the Tho Senate appropriating or the completion of tho of the Capitol was concurred in this evening by Assembly by 72 ayes to 17 Senate appropriating for ter refused a third TUE The business beins driven in both but bills are I have considerable to know if they will all get through by 12 of next when this interesting body will adjourn without REPORT OF TUB The following is tho report of the select committee on the indebtedness of county to tho which as it wi 11 un- interest every tax of your I you it will pre- sented to tho morning The joint appointed in of resolution No. As to examine into the facts relating to tho indebtedness of Rock county to th has liad tint as per bOJks iu of H duo from the county of Hook ti. the Stato the sum of on tho tiu lor the yoar 1803, after taxes on and university landu pait into tho Stato and t. It by proof boor th said that the sum of has produce market was again excited and prices ruled DR. lecture ol Dr. in Hall last was county have ever prided themselves on the first and most prompt to pay tho State tas upon said county and havo frequently paid an undue portion of such taxes without To thie statement wo readily so fur nl relates to their promptness in all prior to and sinco tho year 1SC5. Too much cannot be said in praise religious and literary her richness of soil and the intelligence and loyalty of her citizens and the high state of morals prevailing are the pride hope of tho but while fully concede BO much to Hock county und icr yet we think it would bo a dangerous precedent to allow icr county board of Supervisors to eon themselves a board of review of the ulu and proceedings of the State Board f Tho board of Supervisors wore of the and were advised by tho district and by other that tho A REMARKABLE E. P. of the of State did i of has a cow of the CITY AND COUNTY BY Reported for the M Ur IT load of wheat sold in this market for per A article sells in this market for WILSON haa just received one of those unrivalled Chickering Call and see it. will seen by tho letter of our Madison Correspondent that the committee havo ed adversely upon the claim of this county for relief concerning delinquent This is a different result from that which anticipated after a full discussion of the constitute a valid basis upon which o levy a at inasmuch as it did ot any per centum of increase or required by Chapter of he general laws of 1805, and it ras incorrect in the amount required to be by Hook county as appears by the looks in the Treasurer's the amount being less the charged upon tho books of said But your arc of the opinion at if the proceedings of the State Board illegal as to the sum of must have boon equally illegal as to sum of as levied and y tho county If they were as to tho county of they were equally as to the v counties in the If they were il- egal for tho year 1SG5, they were legal for tho 1SOO in which year ho board of Supervisors of tho county of look levied and collected the full f Stato tax required to bo raised by It is claimed by Hock county that there hould be remitted the sum of OS or reasons above and precedents fere cited in which tho legislature of 1S59 emitted certain sums to tho counties of and uf tho tax of 1857. Reference wan had by your o tho for tho uf ure by report of on tho that while thti ciliary of at per tho c Y nf puc up fi and y f Ju thu on uf no such gross in ustico wus by the Hoard or the vear and that any was to the u unity of for timt is unlv than and of your committee have that there in justly c unity Hock to thu the sum of sum nf for illegal ab ivu 11. In the sum be remitted and credited tn said county the books of the State Treasury and thai tho county of Hock required to levy and collect tho one-half of the hereby found with tux for tho year 1S07, ami the other half in A and her of ators men and Y. T. Durham breed that has just given birth to that weighed 113 We think this is about as big a calf of M wo hare ever known of. SHADE AND this is tho season for setting a great many people will bo glad to see that an is now them for getting some of Mr. Shearman whoso advertisement appears NATION IS TirE SECOND company with a number of gentlemen we visited tho Second Ward School this to listen to tho ex- amination exercises now in progress pre- paratory tu the closing of the We first entered tho primary department containing 107 of which J. E. Chamberlain is Principal and Mrs. J. M. The exercises to which wo listened evidenced to our mind that tho were ough and and that the children under their care were making substantial From tho primary wo ascended to the intermediate Mies thia and Miss Emma J. There names oa the register of this The examination hero consisted of mental and was exceedingly creditable both to teachers and If tho parents and patrons of the ous city schools could bo induced to they would not only have their interest in them but would dis- they do not already know that they are in a prosperous THE day has been mild aud balmy enough to entitle it to a although weather seems to long a Notwithstanding the ot the which forms the staple of considerable grumbling among it is not worse in this respect than many fiat havo gone before it. Turning back to our files uf five years agot we lind the following para- graph u matter of record we t late hero bi- that one dm severest of the year A mil anu is Juy and night of tho fur carrying out tlm All M 11 J clumsy well enveloped from were eent to a point of At eight o'clock last a ble company of ladies and gentlemen at a neighbor's house tory to a surprise visit to a well known citizen's residence whoso years of wedded had tho tenth uf a You ought to have seen that dark and silent procession as it through the gate with soft and muffled carrying a gift for the ten yearn old MEXICAN New April special says Mr. at to Mr. Minister to to dispatch message .to that nil possible leniency bo shown in he fell into tho hands of the Oa the same day Mr. Campbell returned an that he had forwarded the bride in one hand aud some refreshments for the inner man in the The er of the mansion aat quietly reading to THE RUSSIAN his wife when company tilled his ten or twelve deep and ing fur back into the yard among the rose bushes and when a violent pull at the bell brought tho servant girl to the front Her surprise waa in- describably great but evidently much less than that of her master and mistress who THE tho statue of at riso to some ny A informing a negro in quest of that tho statue waa of Chief Justice blackey provost marshal THE fato of Dr. Livingstone is settled a letter Irom Sir di- March 10, that there is no Monger room for that tho Doctor was by tho OF following are of the officers in the town of at tho election hold in that town on Tuesday last 99, Homan 105, A. Town Thomas 70 Jusse 71 K. J. Car of the D. D. 83, F. A. 78, f. H. OL W. 101. paid into the Stato b county of Rock tha upon railroad lands illegally iu the city of those years and which in tho of constitutes a legal set off to any like sum that may be due from said A largo amount of information win spread before your for tho ul claim fur a further remittance of tho amount of Stato tax upon adled to the total ation of th county by tho State Board of Equalization for 1803. persons who appeared in behalf of county of Rock claimed that of the State of worn na they did or state tho per centum of or upon tho valuation aj by tho county boards of supervisors aud to tho Secretary of but tho b did and collect tho sum of and paid tho sum over to tho Stato Treasurer for tho year As appears by tho books they should havo paid but be- as they did that tho the Slate Board of waa aud also that tho county of ued too high as compared other counties in tho tho of Supervisors of said by instructed tho clerk of said board to levy tha sum of us the Stato tax of 1SG5, that sum as of Judge thur's lectures here last tho truly reputation of thu eloquent for historic skill in ing before his auditors the salient points in the characters he was fully bus Tho appreciative audiences that listened to this course will long remember the vivid delineations of the unfortunate but talented and Queen of and of her persecutors and by tho learned h is that so much valuable and inc history and biography is condensed in three who listened to them written a letter on the reconstruction question to the No w Orleans Ho says there arc two things for the South to or and as ho counsels submission that calm dignity becoming our manhood and lost Of tho negro he Tho is southern born i with a little education and property qualifications ho can bo made to take interest the affairs and prosperity of the Soutli to insure an In our fu turo political contests with the North on protective internal improvement tho of the South will side with the whites of tho South and West they will thus contribute to give u baik tho influence formerly had in th councils kind of work years ugo this morning tho snow night inches in and one of Our tu to a neighboring met with nuch ou this way Hint ho left Inn and returned home on the LADIES FITTING ron the Commercial College wo found a largo number of ladies etc. We glad to see e Hurts made in tho ight Nothing is more essential n a lady's education than a knowledge of If sho be nt upon her own efforts for maintenance he will find it of incalculable for increasing demand for services n this capacity is a sufficient guarantee that one who is well qualified will not be in of suitable In a young lady's education cannot bo considered complete until she has ed a knowledge of accounts for er be her in it is most tial that sho bo competent to direct or dis- any transaction uho may be called upon to The success that has ed institution from the first proves that tho rare facilities it arc ly appreciated by tho found houso filled to overflowing faces beaming with good ivill and But why extenuate or attempt to cribe what all present so well or tantalize the absent ones with a mention jf incidents that they know not Aud then the recherche bridal gifts to mention and all of a wash dish down to a tiny rattle box they not all carefully preserved in the closet of tho household where their brightness is only a feeble ex of the kind wishes of the donors When this tin business gets to be may we be there to COMMON At a meeting of tho Council last tho Mayor was present presiding over a full Sundry accounts were referred to tho finance The of E. J. of damages was referred to tho judiciary On motion of a committee of ono from each was appointed to canvass the votes cast at tho last The results havo given introduced an order which was directing constable to cause the removal of tions on street dividing lots owned by Mrs. and Mr. Report of Treasurer for referred to petition in favor of and a trance tho confirmation of the of lire was referred to lire department Petition of Henry Hyde and petition of Edward Welch for privilege to build ad- ditions to certain buildings in the fire limits Petition ot t. J. and others for of hack was referred to u Alderman Graham introduced an order for the purchase of a second class double plunger steam tire engine of tho pattern and one thousand feet of Alderman introduced an order that no steamer bo purchased until the trial of patterns iu question is had in our orders elicited considerable dis- but the wholo matter was red to the tiro department committee after the City Clerk to correspond with the Mayor of N. in to the efficiency ot tnn respective that city having both engines in After the of a few the Clerk instructed to orders for nf the of Alderman moved that Messrs. Harrison and bo allowed to build a slaughter iu the such point the of the and 4th Wards liny Motion Alderman moved that the Oily Treasurer be directed to call on all nf billiard or alley for their and on their failure to take out tho City At- torney authorized to proceed against Motion which Council I noticed a state merit in your last in regard to steam iire in which it is stated that U. P. engineer of tho Chicago fire tho steamer Juhn tho best machino in that Now 1 have taken the pains to look at the from which you take and fail to see said ment but on the other I see that New April special saye it appears that the territory proposed to ho ceded by Russia to ihu United was encumbered by certain franchises and our government would not accept it thus though it was offered at Russia then agreed to durne the franchises for which was agreed FROM SAN San April papers are jubilant over Russian treaty not doubting its entire Tho entire press uf California favor tho The district court to-day an injunction suit in the Mariposa Company against Dodge and de- fendants from exercising control over the property during the ing case and placing the property in the hands of FROM THE New April Herald's special Charleston correspondent sayu tho conference between Gen. Sickles and tho governors of his district iu North and South Carolina has resulted in an ble The governors will continue to appoint officers to 1111 vacancies which have been filled by executive Xo elections will bo held at ent and the registration of voters will FROM New April Herald's Smyths correspondent says a Union meeting held there on tho 19th waa broken up aud dispersed by armed who organized a meeting and passed resolutions debouncing Congress and urging the sense of the that the should use his military power to protect the people of the South from These resolutions were presented to tho er of a Union paper in the He re- fused to publish them aud was informed that it would not be safe for him to lish any other of the Gen. waa informed of the and a Lieutenant without troops arrived on Saturday to investigate the by U. ANSON C. A. SMITH of A .I liy with llor Inr In llm chart of S. L. Foil THK J UT 4 ORAT AND 9, 1S07. nf for bolug 1MO of 300 bm uli iv irm fru Ili al 2 SO for lo o milling nl O O 4 OJ tt a SIM TO H 35 2. an TOILET BATHING HARD RUBBER HAIR TOOTH TRUSSES AND SHOULDER c ut Old 00 now local lit to fair blows TIMOTHY 1.50OiOO CO In ut to ut Virm ut 'A lota cwt Jaat r DRUG THK SPRING EXAMINATIONS of tho will placo Kimt on April April on April April April An hm for 1. It id 111'' to bo ut Uio in to elicit H by 0. U NK W at M Harris rather tho Lony John and recommends that a second class en gine be put in her of You will also notice the ference in the running of thoir two largest which uro us follows Steamer of first chisel rotary horses full of same for ono SI Steamer Prank of en- class double plunger horses and full CWt. NKW at V. ry li Kossuth wrote a letter iu February to a friend in declaring that ho hud ways been of the opinion that tho laws of 1S4S would triumph in the but that bo not foreseen that tho Cabinet of Vienna would act with so much celerity and Kossuth of the formation of a and of tho necessity of having the word forever inscribed on the banner A TIM celebrated cost of running tho same for ono The Long John usually has the being the largest aud heaviest engine in while the has only three I see that Mr. Harris i S but clist G. H. had a chronic habit of commencing all his with two in- evitable horsemen who were always under precisely the same circumstances amending a certain but as this little CINCINNATI 1807. inured Lut not ID No 3 In 10 ut 1.70 cd in said as much if not moro yr Ilo declares ho will end his than their just and fair of the entire sum required to bo and for State purposes for snid Tn tho preamble to 8uid resolution tb e romance is founded ou reports tho another as life in a foreign and know that I und ought to ac cept an And of what further ujo could 1 The county nay that people of havo broken my we will dispense with tho horsemen and preface it by saying thaton yesterday a certain number of ladies of the Third might been seen going about oo a very sly and mysterious From the unusual number of them on the streets between two and five o'clock P. it was manifest to tho most casual ob- if the said observer had half an eye that there was something and sure enough there an the sequel Nearly every tin house furnishing hardware toy was and bulky and out of gone This is certainly not a very good recommend for the LEADING I HAVE removed Die Went Side jewelry to 35 West Milwaukee ly opposite the Corn USE patent concrete for und garden April 8. 18B7. 2.00 No I; 2.10 ut lit ut 1.10. Urui ot 2i75. LATEST JUST At BROWN A Full Line of i UMBRELLAS I PAPER 3.1 My n. BROWN 27S No2 concrete ment Tor and garden No 2
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