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Wisconsin Lumberman, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1865, Stevens Point, Wisconsin THE WISCONSIN LUMBERMAN VOLUME 2 I NUMBER 14 of City of Stevens Point MARC City and Jay the subscription agent that of 7 to day TU largest caster subscription WM from Barton and 1 750 Individual kat of fifty and om hundred each for aals of HoUt 0 S LOAN of DM f T I Problem Fur Milkmen If inches of snow three inches of water how much milk will a I A Kl when fed on turnips Multiply the I PlIrA I T MIN by tbe hair on the tail then divide by the chalk multiply tbe by the pomp and the total will be tbe answer roduct by a turnip add one pound of art l of and that in or at optic u of man CM get a along without advertising and so can a wagon wheel w ab- out greasing but it goes hard Another Item in the Account It that of foreign in contiguous to our own been engaged in the of telling to hostile Indiana allies of the Southern Whether John Bull will disposed to wink at this new ion of his neutrality or attempt to check it in his usual dilatory manner is a question for future to Meantime the President has taken hold of the matter with his accustomed promptitude and forwardness and forced the question by the penalty of a court martial miscreants who thus aid the re- through the tomahawk and scalping knife Our friends across the will thus be compelled to their ity to Hire life and property from the of thoM villains or add another to the account for settlement the arrit The following Wisconsin Banks are at 15 Per Cent Discount at tbe of Stereos Bank of Beloit do Grant Co do Interior do Jefferson do do Moneka do Sparta do of Corn Planters Bank Frontier bank Monroe county bank Northern do Prairie City do Shawano do Valley do Walworth Co do Wig Sank of Sauk Co bank Rockwell bank co bank The following banks an received I 8 Sli PER f GIT GOLD BEARING BONDS are now worth a premium of eent gold fu November actual profit at current abont ten per per 1 SloH b out fo to the rate icJ on oilier The interest ts an- by to mch rite may off and any bank or banker interest to One eent Pay on SO eta Jo do IOO do do do SOO da si do do do do do do da of all denomination will furnished upon receipt of Taw is TBE OILY LOU n DOW by and U Uy will Great Popular Loan of the People I Point Market Down ond at d Notice that tbe following 1 described Lands hating been forfeited and I become the property of the State by I of the payment of on loans granted thereon rill be offered for sale at public auction at the the Secretary of Main and St el State at Ibe Capitol in Madison on the J A D pre- All sold the State at at they nre now to for of at J o'clock A M and I from to day until all of anid lantU shall j alien lion buying of have born The price LUMBER AND SHINGLES at which said lands will be offered will be i NEW STORE QUINN'S EXCHANGE AGAIN OPEN t tn inform wiJ the the amount placed opposite each tract un- the Value and i the t at which the lands hare A I by appointed for that frum an actual examination j of thu wbich will be the j tuxes which duo At the ure or tracts will be solil Aether where it deemed best lor the of lie Slate AH lands wiil be sold to nil due thereon Not less than the per cent of the money will be to be paid ut the time of ami a credit of ten years will bo fur OATS K I'd T ATOM 1 I KK I IS 0 i -21 TO a so BO H 20 a SIX 16 a Ms a I COMMISSION I no Local Legislation that the majority of the leu at our state Capital tbU winter is of a local character more than at any ether for yearn Why it should be so we do not know An effort was made long since and thould have been in to refer local legation at that could be so to the county Boards Such should be the policy of the State As it is the time of the ture Is vastly occupied by bills of a private local character to which we might add of acts legalizing proceedings of town county and district officers to nothing short of un arbitrary act of can give even the shadow of legality We need legislative 1 Ust than will at Bank of Steren Point at half per cent u lh M or la Tbe telegrams morning state that did not croas tbe James with his After he struck the James at fifty miles north-west destroyed tbe canal for a distance of twen miles of Col- Colombia be to the of Richmond destroying the Virginia Centra rood which connects Mood with and the way 0 thus severing all connections of Richmond and will with bis cavalry on the below City Point It was by many that Sheridan was to cross the James and make a dash on tbe and Danville but cither bis plan was changed by the high water in the James or it was deemed more important to all of Lee's connections with the north and thus prevent tbe possibility 4f his again moving op the Valley or the line of the on Washington It has bean nervously feared by that Lee would make a burst upon tbe north in order to retrieve the failing fortunes o the south But Sheridan's raid across Lee's two northern lines of railroad will de Jav him for some and in the mean while Sherman is advancing from the south and when be closes upon the Danville and railroads it will be almont im- for army to get out of mond in any direction It mny have been a part of tbe plan of Gen Grant to Mend i to tbe and then deflect to tbe northward for tbe purpose of the of Richmond from all connections with the Valley and line of the There was danger that if was pressed to hard from tbe south that ho might re- treat upon the north and venture upon a in Maryland aod This burst upon the and 1 usa scare for Bank of Fox Lake do Green Bay do Madison Monroe Northwest Prairie du Chien do do do do do do do do Batavian City uf City Bank of Prescott Columbia County Bank Corn Exchange Bunk Dane County Bank Exchange Farmers Bank and Mechanics Bank German Bank Green Bay Bank Jefferson County Bank Kuck County Bank Sauk City Bank State Bank Madison Summit Bank Bank of Sheboygan City Bank of Green Bay Forrest City Bank City Bank Commercial Union Bank Columbus Walworth County Bank Coonty Bank darn the will a as baa been CAM OD Ing the to ther In order of town and tion of the may afforded for taking the loan the National Stutt and thi ough baic agreed lo at will their own in horn they and who only are I tie for the deliver of which JAY COOKE turn hia will bv Bink rf National of H iJ National Baik of REDUCTION by years the balance All not wild it public mle to private entry any person for Other will be known at the sale Li of SAM i HASTINGS J School SMITH sity MIH H cwt VI CK pr bhl si IV 1 1 0 V 17 a 7 School GOODS MARKED 3D O M D and at on Clark Point ult 1101 WM Avjr-tY publie Point A Uf tad GILL'S Agent for Wolf river lino of steamers nnd barges A Complete Pictorial History of the Times The ckf t BMt I WEEKLY Prints MARKED DOWN TO a 16 cts per yard down 12 a 20 per yard All Goods si PANIC I I i III FALL WINTER STYLES OF nw cjr qr ne qr nw qr ns qr nw qr ne qr qr qr qr aw qr w qr liW qr K V qr 19 do M do do do 19 do 19 12 du 21 du do 21 du 14 du 71 da 19 do 21 all to sf Point Int blk 10 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its class in America I Thr uhlr W an.I tht rr The have a perfect of the imn rr the mailing by which can I h azine and Weekly x prefer to directly Jt Die 1 from the Office ot I and of potting up rort u will be with a handsome pi Show on application 1 he postage on Weekly EAU HOUSE Hall riven f r It will be as a Punt Hmi c u lu nil north of north 110 thence HO wot 80 rod t of nw qr qr IW qr M qr ne qr iw qr qr nw qr IW rw qr iw qr w qr nw urn qr ne qr lie qr aw qr vc qr nw qr qr do II Q U qr W qr k qr i-e fjr lot du 3 1 1 rw v re qr w qr V qr fW qr lul r i hf M I Mk M all in of anil ncri 4 aud and Fm Kv Lima ai 1 lint t II a nil to thiw lum with a Mr fl -i will the K t l in d J H MORGAN u n u n U 21 23 do JS du do 13 do 73 d If 14 in n 19 do ir 21 11 da II do 0 A do 3 An 10 SI 14 20 II 20 rlo 26 du ir to the at i in CoarM and Salt pud H AVERY nr WM thi of I am on the month Wit TBB GOLD FROM from England on Saturday laat brought in to Thin we think is the installment of coin that hu been received in country from Europe it three yean When we im- treing legal tender coin from As ting flowing to onr country When tkc I a lar hi Dw rn Ban will A Mlw STATE OF WISCONSIN j Bj nf of taw Clr enrt Court for the nf aad Stata of W M and UM aod of F MMi C I upon all tills i 20 cr ll-M lh Town ana en th i Hi the t- i i t J J tO year which must be paid at the he R i n the sin of mr at thin cf i A KiTf II one year An of either the Weekly or will be for every Club of rivt at each 114 rjr pi- qr qr qr i I 1 IT 2 2 do 21 2 rll 72 rlo rlo 18 do 17 rlo 1 i 100 IOO M M M 40 60 M 80 MO HO I'M 10 KlJ Th fx and Veils Lii rn and Coin 1 1 aril IN TUB Will Ix d a I nf tit General flunking of the State of Ik J r ft ill V K R II N U b all r U I t F Blf TIIK STEVENS POINT I I I v Ucj HI thcr hn 1 nil ilv r All jf the will mid und licci pu f Itf rilAS In lit do rln rlo 7 T E W IT du 1 z- 11 liO S Mil Mill ill r i tw ill aul other UMI i it licit U t o f J nil anil of if w hr tlt an ill 04 in one or Sir 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