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Beaver Dam Argus (Newspaper) - November 1, 1861, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin ARGUS. UKMOCKA i-xt-rj 1'ri-luy, iu LonmLs' Hull, south side of l, -ur d'torfc west of gnrirjg Streut, Beaver iuu., C TV U., liy B- CCUTIS, Proprietor. a-tvnncc. ToClubsof i-v. tu-r will lit- s-.-ut :it per Vance. r, ;a llii- City by 75 per jenr. ADVEUTIS1NG. Iw MI a w -4 w> o oo j s on vTw ooi t 4 tKi j 0 00 i 8 (HI 10 00 '211 4 i :t> oo i ui oo J i oo i GO constitute a :a s at oU pf r cent over Prolutte notices must a ythv-rwiso we will not Insert lunutiflg House Cakadar for ;i 2 If g :i S g JAS. S 4 JULY'..- 1 H 4 6 ;i inlll IS i 7- s 9 HI 11 li' IMClTil-ltf -V s'. --t yr liSi'jsnyi Fcr. .1 1 i ACCi. 1 S v 'J 5 T s IK u 10 16 11 12 IH 14 IS -i -.N -7 -t' S'li" MAC. T. i r. "7 9 SEPT.- i :i x -i! -r> iv IS 14 Hi 1U 7 ._., .ii ir, 11 is Ar-lL 'f, OCT 1 'i: 1 51 ti T s '.Mil j i i; !-i 14 If. 17 IK SI "7 -4 -1 MAY. ;J 4 xov M ii a 4 ft 11 li If> b -j-Tir-i-Ji 17 ISl'Jiilil 'J.'> 26 iS -J'J S 1 a i r, 1' i 4 f, li 9 mil 12 -V, 1C ly 21121 2-J 17-1S 19 -ii -7 2" "22 'J8 'JtV L DAM, W1S., EHIMY, NOVEMBER CKYSTAJL, LODUE, ivo Tlie regtilar mettingR of tliis J.oGge are held every Momki.v evening at Temperance Hall, Wrings' Block. Degree' Meetings every third "IVcdnesday evening of each J. A. IT. S. D. XEWJIAK, W. C, ZOtf Beaver Bam, WisM Nursery. A OKNliRAI. ASSORTMENT OP Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Plants. ron SATE. AND KEXAIt. Orders solicited br INT.nAHAJl GOULP, Nurseryman. (gratis) to post paid applicants. 0-3m BUSINESS CARDS. 4k DICK., at Law. Beaver Dam, .i. 1 vl J. J. 1'ICK. f. r TI. s. I iini. follcctirg nd uin, vl rDWARE Kl.WFI.L. FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF 172 Street, Cliicag-o, 33T BUY ONLY THE SWALLOW KRIEGER, Have leased Uio Shop on Spring Street, formerlToccu- pied by Surdam jc Sivallow, are now prepared t" do any thing in the line of lilacksniitliing. V> e are ready ;o iron all of Cairiagis, Ironi a Wheelbarrow to a Sk Horse Sfcai'h. All kinds of MACHINE F 0 R G I N G-, From Tattei n or Dr.ift. I'siticuhir attention paidtJ HORSE SHOEING. AM. OF JOBBING AND EEPAIRIXG A: uf Ut-rivrr tie.ivcr iJuiu. Kron1. j tiSff I 1 Done in u workn-.ruilike inrinnor :uu! tn I Hv strict atln-ti'Mi 1o .-scd il1 hopV to merit a of ng, we Oflic'-over lit Strict, Cravsr Dam r Junr l u. WILLIAM KKIKOKU. 2Itf OF Tut: GUARD. BT WOBERT SStt'Fulh street's Tvtmarkablca Thnugli we mnj woamj Be it vor so vii gaw There's no jiliice like homo A Rnrtiiw .Sc'tnis to there, Vhicb wisc'SM'enoweti "VS'bcii uVre wanted elsewhere. K Ilomc, home, safe, safe IToirCj Av vrwy wcmnwkable place is Homo I Aw to Home, Glowy nin't worth a dcm Rive me my back (iaw-wttlteil-woom, pro ttm, Where the wed clarwct cobbler Is my call .Am! mft iny board bill That's diarwer than all. Homo, homo, vnlg.iu-. Trough hrwocs ifay ten to the waw, tjwo'.rn a weiiifnlotis Vewy owr ilic pal vrlci.Vip, Wcmaiu wi c''e we air, 1 w'ltixtirg winnen Asj-1 our h.tir. Chowu-t lion Q, homo, fc% We drill once a ireck lil pTFC-pOStiTWOllu capB, A'irl our Like veal soldjnw rhnps Aw don't what Aw im t TT-ith in But dwilling gwacionn 13wings welchednt-fct cwampf. Home, home, etc. The poor timid womon Wf joice when they facah Tho that tclli them, Protection is nc-nh They crowd tp our awns, Till the cwi.tis is past, An'l pwomise To crown us at lust. CfwtctfA Homo, home, Don't be Arraid to Tell the Truth. A STORY FOR DOTS. I'Olt BEST CHEAPEST FALL O 3j O "3? ES I 3XT C3r CLOTUISG Win. Becker, '.'u'.lie, County tu. Uoc OiTiuf ni-xl iloovto Ili'cil's I :iily -lonf sjiv Joncv, nfl war- n f.o ili- (O Marcli City Dagucrrcan tin; juiir alien- j :it ;tll frms of tlicllnii. i.- linn DmljiL- llii-iit :u f. JOXES. FHINGS BLOCK PHOTOGRAPHS fnii six.cs, taiu'ii, :n 'i IN All other Uimls of 1'icturr- u tlid H. THORP, Smash went a pane of glass in (lie window of a smnll drug store, as nn iron hoop came bouncing agairut- it. Uj.i jumped tiie oM gentleman who sat be- hind the counter residing a newspaper, lan to the but he not so (jiiii-k in his inovi'iiiciiis as ihe unfortii- initu owner of UK; hoop, and all lln.t Mr. Hclcc, the dri'.jrgist snw, as he looked out was a pair of heels riving arotmd the corner. 'Y'ou yonnc said as he shook fist in the direction of the fugitive, 'just let me catch you, Unit's all But while he was wasting his wrntli on the air, let us follow poor Charly M urn (for such was the window brcakei) as he ran towards she house. As soon as he caught sight of his neat little home, with the clean white muslin curtains, and a face behind them he fancied was 1m mother's, lie stopped, and paid to liitnscif, t his isn't rijrlit pshaw whiil was I thinking Then turning round, ha slowly retraced his steps towards the dmjjtrift's. Mr. Bel.ee was not in n very amiahle rr.ood when CharK-y went in, and the hoop which the hitler sliil hehl in his did not hfipto iiiend the matters. Are. YOU the liov I list liroke my v.-in- low T asked Mr. Bubee, getting up and seizing his G..IIC in a very threatening We'll begin to-morrow moruiria; now go home to'-ypur mother.' Shan't I go to'the -glazier And off went riiivlfs.; the heels flew just as ihey did before, but it- was to dif- ferent miisic this time.' In the meantime, Mr. Bebce walked tpward the further' end of (he store, aiid opening a door which led to of the house, he called his housekeeper, Mrs, Morgan, A trim l.usy li'Ule body appeared, and de- sired to know what 'he wanied. 1 Mrs. said Mr. Bebefij didn't I see you making souib shirts for me the other day." Yes sir.1 'How many havc'yon rnnde question rather .flurried the little woiruin she had never known him to make such inquiries before, and she was afraid he thought she did not get on enough with his so she answered with rather a friendly look Only tbree, sir, have had to go BO often to widow Brown's since her little boy was taken sick, that I How mnny more have you cut out to make 'i'- asked Mr." Bebee, interrupting her, Three more, sir.'- I'm very 'glad you have not made more than three. Now, Mrs. Mor- gan, I want you to piit on your bonnet, take a basket and fill it -with some tea and sugar, and crackers, and other little tilings of that kind 'in the closet, and take it to Mann's with those three shirts fjr her to make.' Don't-I make your shirts neat enough, sir 1 To be sure I can't see quite as well as I used to when I was young, but when I get on my magnifying glassey, I stitch pretty well.1 You stich them a great deal too neat, Mrs. Morgan, think your ejes can lie much belter employed, is'ow, I want you to use them errand, and when you come home tell me all they have seen.' is Mrs; Mat.n, and where does she live, sir T She is a poor woman who takes in sewing, and she lives in Norfolk street, the first little white frame house on the left, with a green door.' Yes sir. I suppose it won't hurt if I some effffs and a little butter in the said she with a siniic. I pee you know jnst exactly what to in, much Letter than I said he, w't'i a nod of appix-balion ?o saying, he went into the store and lock up his newspaper, while Mrs. Morgan prepared a basket full of irood things, that would make a poor family happy any Saturday put. hi put. I'LOMS i; :s II X R lia: tlic.v ii-l. n -up iriv.. IM- nre cri..r rfi.-cl TU i: n AMD SAL-. STABLE. ZEE. 3ST. .111 j ttit-Stevens C.lMlKf.lGES, "f .-ill wlio vrUh to riilf. for lull vx "T Ill- Hordes anrt CarriacrKarc all firs h- ti-nm that will ulit n fry fun i i-'-j' .-.tall a nuiirjtr of Horses CirritJCJi. Wagons, Harnesses, atnlfait lU-alinjr tn iricr 11. X- f'l.OCKS, WATCHKS ami JKWELRY carefully re- anrl A complete of CLOCKS constantly mi linml antl fur nale (Jolrl pens reji'-'intccl on .slm'.-t iintiee, X. highest prieu in CASH paid for old gold I'liicc C1TV DKUG STORK. Jilt Pone to order, oo shoit notice, at tho CITY DRUG STOKE bi- llf W. It. Yes sir and I came to say that T am very soiry for it, and to know how mnch pay for a new I must A. JUDS03ST KIGGINS, 3M ia. is 3. c IN ano ot guiss.' I'm pay fur il txolaiincd Be- liee, I tlu not bs-licvc you ever lincl KO inucli money in your as would pay for I hat glass.' 11 have M., KuudaJR CXCl'Iited. TEilKS ARKIVi! AT MILWAUKEE opr'iitrwf r. M., Snn'lays'-.tc'.'pted. r. M., Sundays ex- nl Juuciion with OmrKut. and at ttiunespfi Junction with trains it Northweslcrn Kailway, La Crosse inti-rmfJiate CDVIN a. GOODRICH, llan'grr. Wo invite the- attention of pnrchssprs to examine our ln-foro We make
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