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   Chilton Times (Newspaper) - January 12, 1861, Chilton, Wisconsin                                Al IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY JOHN P. HUME; CaluinolCo.. W or 82, if not puid until of the first quarter.. In :s OF One Column one year, Half Quarter do uo One square one year, Business cards-of 5 lines, or less 00 20 00 15 00 8 00 VOL 4. CHILTOI, CALUMET 00., WIS. SATUBDAT, JASTTABY 12, 1861, NO. 7. B us i n e fi 5 Cards. be off.' J. SI. ADAMS, London Family Herald.'} The Lost Inheritance. The train from Paris to Lyons stopped at Joigny, a town upon the route, and af ter loiving a few passengers, again went see, Paiis is tbe only place; sol shall sell this old crazy rookery at once, and then JoMEO IMS A Cor.D III 7113 IIcAD.-- (3v dabc is I ab   of i affliction, and conducted tho new coiner to..ards a large, old fashioned carriage to which a veiy rough looking horse waa dear theb. I t) br-rry companion, speaking t rave] 7 Mid hive be with by J <3 If "ll -II a manner which era-sod the voun man to J.- tremble in sjitc- of hinjse.f, 'I, sir, your unclr, and happily i era not d Having heard acoouius of your con- duct, I had resolved to make you heir of all I possess, but, before doing so, I wisLed to if you re-ally Dln i and oould on'y sins' after this fashion id1. 'llerc is ycur caniagc, said Mar- 'If you will bo good enough to get A. eery and Notary Public. Will attend tave tho honor of promptiy to all professiotutl business entrus- ted to his care in M-inito.voc and adjoining to tho Hermitage. Office on York street opposite the National Hotel, Wis. tra% cling H 11 T 3 11 nv ASAPJI GREEN, Chilton, 'That my catriago, sir'.' cried Clement 'Why I shall be talcn For a ccdlcr.' I Dut a ciays before, Mr Clement i B., who had now put on to many fine airs, was a Hroa.a cieik in a crockery deserving of my ganerosuy, and I had re- course to stratcgorn which has thorough- ly exposed your true character to Good by Mr. Clement; return to your business, And remember that your ario- j Of t-he'st.iie "Cub, oh, cub with be, The bood is beai'ig; Cub, oil, cub ivith be; The f-tars are gleabig, Ad all -iround, above. With beauty tecbig; Boodiight hours are best for IOVP! Tra-la-la-la-la, and so forth." Two o'clock P. M Dec. 26lh I860. Boll called. Present Messrs Arens, ioyc Fowler, Gibbs, Harding, Koelscb, Lor- ojrie, McLean and Potlcr. Mr. Kcclsch f.o7ed tint the Chr.irrnnn appoint a coiniuittca oi threa to ssttle with tbe County Treasurer. Carried. Gibbs and jitreas v, v of tho original entries of this Count j and (bat Chairman and Clerk of tba Board are hereby authorized to issue tbo same en delivery of the Abstract, was made aod carried to table the resolution. On motion adjourned until two o'clock P. M. Two o'clock, P. M. Board met pur. suant to adjournment. all pre- sent. Tha conjmiMces not being read; gance end havo lost thai for ths of trablic niinihhn.enl which will r.oter again be'placed wilhin '.v Lipping !Ic P. cpc vour reach ithciejii in ;in elderly rccrcL-_r J pai.J us follows: LIVING ion oxrys EASE Henry Ward say a of tbof-e men uh-j Siave no care or thought for others, Lu. arc contented v.ith lo. kir-g after thci.' vcre appointed such committee. 3Ir Fowler moved that ajCommittee of) to report, on motion tbe Board adjourned (hrco be appointed to settle with (he'until to-morrow morning m nine o'clock T m Clerk of the Board Carrifjd. A. M. Lr.GisLATivn hile-Turn Cor- hor t.f the Geneict Assembly f wojsrs- anJ Lerct io he in n bi.l were appointed such cotr.u.i.tee. 'U'iio i3 ret r.s o1-! The Report cf the County Treasurer was before the Bcord. I lur. n.'oved tbat cerLiScate No, :339, cf cancelled, andcharg cccn to muoh of tiie c-d back to the Town of Harrison. Re- This house has recently been refilled from warehouse in Paris, and possessed the top to bottom. No pronus-es made, nor reputation of beinr a quiet, unpretondine n n r. 1} ti t r- is ende 1. d enjoyment, that they ough' a cofDii, fir tlicir life's vrojlc of i.io Rysterr: of m'cnt, -jpctcd. iic detiivjj to Kboiish. J Conncclicat, if a fcHor.- bioie n cut up arv clhcr rubies wc Kcel.-eh p.escnled damagsd and 249 amounting to Dec. Sino o'clock A. U. Ber.td met pursuant to Hjoarnraeot. The following present, ftleacrc. to tip him riglil up and give him a good J dated November i860 z.n-1 r.-.ovcd When Gcd flourish of trumpets. Buts.uis to the no charges made. That is all. 46 SBAWAMf'BA K K. Chilton, Wis. J. O. THAYER. President, C. G. SPRAGUE Cashier. Exchanges soU on Milw London, and all piincipal cities of Euporc wantscl sponges and j ,i tors, he made thorn, aticl nut ore on V, bat, then, had brought and Ulo ,-_. cys- about this sudden and radical trausforma man, ho ni..kc ..iiTi tion? lie had bcc.-me, since tho picvi- a sponge or ar, to-: Lo jous day, a rich ma.., and it may be un-Mc_et that the possessor of an income 'of twentj thousand francos a year fine. if diSneuit lo rciai'i tho modest f; p.m.' lie out tbat suoa or-iei1. b3 cnc1. the ri'i'l '.e r.-jver LC.J it the Clerk instructed to issue a new order for cf ci ir.p-uen th'-l eve. I :J i such amount. was tiled anj wiiiioat any expense to the of a poor clerk the previous cl.iy, dusting tho laigo piles of crockery Cash advances made on consignments under his chat go a lr-ltcr ariived for Produce. Flour and Ashes. by post, convoy ir.g to biiii the c A I 1 M .S. BV MODLIN, n -7Uh hands, at j v t cxjiiov-ki "-'Jf i. i i cr n, Lexington and Louisville Railroad was i mg company, ho wjxa soon a father ii an unexpected stroke or fortune, Clement e, i- I going through the ladies car, cheeking law. hastened to obey the notary's directions, baggage, be asked a very pretty youncr asked a very pretty young lady if sho had any baggage she wished in a haraor thia svoning.' The ho felt unwell. SHEBO YCS AX, W3S KEEPS A LARGE STOCK Of Hardware, Nails, Glass. Stoves. Tin-Ware Iron and Farmer's Tools of rdl kinds. Blacksmith, Cooper's and Carpen- ter's Too's Which he will sell very low and can make friends of a young lady who was absent at r, distat ce woie much dis- turbed by receiving n ieisgiaph which_by the chr.ngo of a single letter made to read. 'Jane is has r. child.' Ii should have read 'lias ft chill.' it an object for the citizens of 'You do not imagine 1 am a donkey ty to buy their Hardware IB Sheboygm. lj hope! For us young fellows, da you hastened to obey the notary's directions, and on hid at rival at Joigny, joined Mar- tin as we Lave seen: On jolted the nueur old vehicle in which our hero had so contemptuously taken a place, until, after a ride of several nrHfs, the occupants ariivecl at thoir dsstina- lion. Martin offered the honors of the Llern-itaga to tho new proprietor, called! all the servants and introduced theta to their future master, and then conducted the latter to his own apartments. was the sleeping chamber ofyour said Martin, os they entered a large apartment, furnished in an old-fash- ioned style -It was in this room he died ten days ago.' But the nephew, instead of evincing any tmotion upon being shown the cham- ber of his benefactor, throw upon all around him a look of scorn, and cried: 'Upon my word. I can't say I think much of the old boy's taste! I never saw any- thing so very ugly in ail my life.' 'Notwithstanding, replied Martin, 'it is the best we havo hoie; and ;f you cannot content yourself, I really don't i ,T7 e o> -i -ii o i 'Tlave you found a verdict? a know whevo you wiU find other lodgings [jadge to foreman of n jury, '1 live exc-laimed the young man. your honor, we have hunted in corner of tbo room, and there isn't one very sensible man, sometime taken to tho hotel.' replied. 'Xo sir aousmg, but none like to part with it, even in exchange for better. The l-oy arrcnt cVcppod f.s book bzs- iooketi at L.ia infanfc t-ojbcr with coiao tiiy retired to the baggage car, and saici j and then raising his eyes to JUST An old Count paid his addi esses to one of the beircness of Paiis On risking her in ly said to her; 'Nii-s B he frank- 1 am very old and you are very young; will you do me the honor to beer me my widow? Jo thinks that Adam must have been a fast man for he was ahead in (he human race that sciiptural individ- ual whohungdied and thirsted in tbe wiil- erness was his father inquired: did you CI? oust lit it ray EOT.' said the father with a laughable gravity. Again the boy looked at the baby, and after a time catpcicnasly asked: 'Why did'niyou Dick oat r. phite one The father vras regi'Iarly cornered. Carried. The Committee on Illegal assessment on personal for tho year 1859, made tbe-following REPORT: To ilie JBoard of of Calu- met County: Your con2R-iUcc on illegal asFessmenta on per prop, for tho yeai 1859 reports as folio Gciald Wolf town of Charles.own paiu on amount tax. Joachem Schildbancr New Ilolsteiu Glaus Law Giesber Timan John Ott Fran.; John Kraner Matthias Schmidt Er.ist Rivitz Joaehin Giscb John Theedens diaries Hiphe Franz Harder Jobn Mohrwinker j.uai'ton Jacob Me: tens John Wicck N. Witt Chiisiopher Weber John iSchelin Fredciick Kreimann Claua Daraaiann liano J. Petera Jobn Gchaaf Glaus 'i'aws jr. 1-hnry Peters 1'ctc-- 'iiioaas Jobn Gross Gcorn'o Reblitz 40 90 40 23 61 27 70 175 20 09 5 8 13G 50 ,C9 ,90 ,49 ,14 .21 An English paper saj's that a young damsel who engaged and will shortly be united to a gallant son of Nep- tune, visited tbo Mariner's Church Dnring the sermon the par-son discouis ed eloquently and with much earnest- ness oi the dangjrs and temptations of the sailor. He concluded by asking "Is there one who thinks anything of him who wears a tarpaulin hat, and bint jack- et, or a pair of trowsers niaile out of Duck? In s-hort is tberu one who cares aught for tho poor A little girl a sister of tbe damsel jumped up and: looking archly at her sister, said, in a tone loud enough for every one to hear sir, our Becky Georgo S.lengel Joseph Harzog Cathari.ia Jons Jean Gregoire Jurgen Bell Catharina Meier Gco. Uaner Jurgen Sievera Frcdeiiek Sasa Peter Schmitz Jacob Franzen Peter Eitler Total New Holstein Cbarlestown 1S5 '23 5.50 15 200 54 32 140 175 24 ioa 16'8 30 ISO 32 23 64 182 159 99 140 101 100 4.52 ,5 ,25 1.4 ,78 ,60 2.G6 Arenc, Fowler, Gibbs, Harding, LaCount, Lorcbie and McLean. Moved and seconded that tbe resolu- tion appropriating one band) ei and fiftj dollars to H. Magdeburg for abstract be taken up. Carried. Moved and carried that tbo bo adopted. Tbe committee on accounts reported in favor of thsudlowinjj which were allowed: Acct >7o. E, Morse, wood Buildings do No, 7 John Boyle do do do No, 8 town of Cbilton Co, Pau 18.00 do No. 9 J, N. Stone, printing 40.80 do N7o 10 J P. Huu.e. Cl k of Cir. Ct. 9.50 do No. 11 Jcsiah Woodwortb serving Subpoena do No. 12 John Harsh' election re- turns do No. 13 C. SkidmoreJ. P. 8.'24 a-. No. 14 J. II Justiea Constables fcva 12.59 do No. 15 John P. Hume printing do No. 16 J. Dean under Sheriff do No. 1 7 William Dick J. P. 1 do No. IS Otto A rcai. aervico on Co. Board 8.93 do No. 19 Hector McLean, for col- lecting fines Moved and carried that O. D. Fewler 4.41 ,58 445 2.48 3.42 Tho committee recommend that the amount ect opposite the above names be allowed and the Clerk issue orders to the respective persona for the above amounts I-J M. GIBUS kCom OTTO ARENS W. [I- HARDING On motion made and carried the above 1 report was accepted nnd adopted. be appointed tern, Moved and carried tbat tbe report of the committee appointed to settle with tho Co. Treasurer be accepted and adop- ted and the committee bo discharged. Moved and carried tbat the Board go into a committee of the whole, on cancel- ling Co. 01 ders immediately after dinner. Chas, Bock, J. P. presented an ac- count for Si Rejected. Moved and seconded to reconsider tbe vote on Cbas. Bock's account. The ayea and cr.js w-ira demanded and recorded as follows: Messrs. Fowler; Gibbs and La- Arens, Harding, Koelscb Lerchie and Lost. McLean absent. Movedand carried to adjourn until half past one o'alock, P. M. Half past one o'clock p. m. Board met. Members all present. Tbe following account was presented and allowed: Acct No. 20 H. Harding 10.64 Moved and second'-d to adjourn until Wednesday the 2d daj of January 1861. Wednesday. January 2d 1861. Board met pursuant to adjournment.- Roll eall- d the following members Messrs. Arens, Fowler. Gibbs. Hard- ng. Koelscb) Lerchie, McLean and PeU er. H. M. Gibba County Treasurer, efot. resented his official bond for approval, Mr. Fowler moved that the [bond of ho Treasurer elect be accepted. Carried. The following were allowed: Acet No. 21 Town of Harrison 921.0O (to1 bo charged on approbation fore   

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