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   Fountain City Daily Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1856, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin                               FOND IfcU LAC THE people of Fond du Lao and vacanty can now supplied with all articles m the fur- linej'at the'store'Of on Main St., just opposite the Globe Hotel.-- operation va'faictory with the raacninefy, and are riianufachir io" everything from the log. Nothing but the belt of material used, and all articles made upon honor. AVe make no boasts., but we cau com- petewith in the State. JEW .PATENT BEDSTEAD. We .have, secured the right for this county, oi Sergeant's uew: Patent Bedstead. It is. ;V The most Perfect Patent ever invented; and knocks all others into the shade; Bedsteads of this patent on for.sale, to order. Those who have 'Old fashioned -ijcrew bedsteads can have the new-patent put in at a trifling expense. 'ITildcrtakiltlg business attended to with the utmos WHOLESALE ftvRETAlL OYSTER DEPOT, WllEUE WILL BE KEPT COS3TANT1T ON HAND Fresh, Shell, and Can Oysters, CITY t AUCTION ROOMS. i .Fond du Ji me 18, ISoS. New Pictorial Family Bible, TUE, DOMESTIC BIBLE COMMENTARY, By th6 Rev. Ingrain Cnbbin, M. A. This beaiitiful Family Bible is published in one Crown of 1400 pages, inva rious style's of Binding. In addition to 'the authorized vcision, this tru ly compreliensive Bible contains Engravings Maps.1 of a supcriorddscnption, selec ted with a view-to-'real usefulness, and impart ing information not capable of being cofiyeyed by words; aiid'lllustrative free from all Sectarian bias, written m the editor's wellknown AJvlrlrU'f --.----T------------ _ coiideiised style, with. valuable Hiat. rical and other Tables, and special Notices of important the whole '.''forming a comment suffi- ciently copious for ihe general studuni, and pe- adapted to fa 2600 Practical Ruilections, collected great research and judgment from the rich stores of the Old Divines and the most eminent Modern B'blicul Writers, connected and comple- ted with original matter by the editor. 18.000 including all those nsrin.lly. givcii in Reference Bibles, with many others incorporated.' with tke text, -but distin- guished by so llnit.Ilieyiiiay ed, or simply regarded ;IK may best please fhr reader. Marginal llof- erences, with great cure from tlur authorities. 'Dales affixed to the for, each morninj.; :md evening's reading, com- prising 1 lie whole Bible in a year. A corrected or by which' the cifitiUiis a continuous narrativo ot both and Now Testament History. .Questions at the end of.-ach chapter I'o: .family examination. Tl ic pool Seal bodies :printed i u the -metrical form disarranging Ihe order oi the verses, and yet giving rho-full siguiilcunco of ihw He- brew Poeti-y. ImiHto the eugravings, noteS nnd Rellcctioiis. Some .of these features are entirely Or- iginal; and''tlic'othoris have never bdbrij beci sihiied in Bible. i D.S.GOODWIN, Agent. Chicago; Fonddu Lac St. Paul CHARLES JOWSON. Fend du Lac, Nov. 23, '55. N. B. Parties furnished with Ice Cream, and Oysters in the shell. _ __ ANNOUNCEMENT I Final Settlement the Nebraska By the Removal of' K. GILLETTS Entire Stock of Stoves And all other Goods iii his line, to his New and Commodious Store, IN THE GRAVEL BRICK On Main Street, where he is now fitting up iu Superb Style, and where he invites all his oUl iricnds and customers to call and see what Su. pericr advantages he possesses for giving. BETTER BARGAINS Than ever before ottered in this city. In styles and varieties ot S T O V If he can't suit nil customers, ihen they must bo very diih'cnlt indeed. Look at the varieties; AIR TIGHT.' GLOBE, NEW WORLD, CHARTER OAK, MODERN TROY. ELEVATED OVENS. FIRE KLY, MOHAWK. .CULTIVATOR, MAY QUEEN. Also the: following Square Stoves Western Diamond, Parlor Cook, Brother Jona- than, -KM.tf.ler, Gladiator. Diamond Pre- mium and Temple Stove PARtOR THE MAGNOLIA-, PARLOR STOVENOVE, Besides a general variety Geo. H.-Newton AUCTION AND FONJKDU GENERAL 'FIRE MARINE FIKE KSCHANX06' Main St., Fond du Lac, Wis., Will attend to all business entrusted to their care with PROMPTNESS DISPATCH Will buy and sell REAL ESTATE, And select for persons coming West, such lands as will give PERFECT SATISFACTION, Country Sales Attended to, Liberal Cask Advances made on Consign- ments. GEO. H. NEWTON, I. W. BO WEN. Office, Parlor Box Stoves And last, 1 hough not ihe juslly FOB 0 OK Named iu honor of nr noble State. Ncwbiuy. Villcj Co., Patentees. Also, an assortment of Fariniiig' JOB WORK. This branch- of our business will meet with Prompt Jind Careful Attention by an experienced workman, and all work willbe Warranted io give Satisfaction. Sap L'iins and all other small articles made to K. GILLETT. v-inCtf Different Qualities and Styles, Go to the City Auction .Rooms. We have the following kinds; Wide Awake, Strike Clock, warranted, 83.50 Young- America, Baglo Stroke, Green Mountain Time, 2.75 Yankee Doodle Time, Jerome Co. Alarm Time, 2.00 Iiighram Time, warranted, On account of the recent embarrassment of the Clock Manufaciurern, East, we have made arrangements whereby we CMII sell clocks to the 'citizens of Fond du Lac County, cheaper than ever before offered. nS-d-tf G. H, NEWTON CO. City of Fond du: Wisconsin, T. GIBSON, Agent. Star Insurance Co. of Ogdensburgb, N. T., Cash Capital Phoenix Capital, Commercial us, C o m p a n y, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. :'Capital in.) Milwaukee Mutual Fire Ins, Co.iMilwaukee Wis. v Capital Lafayette Insurance Company, Janesville, Wisconsin. Authorized Capital, Washington U hi o n Eire Ins. Co., Cleveland, Ohio, i Capital INTERNATIONAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY (LATE NATIONAL LOAN FUND LIFE Assu- RANCE SOCIETY.') 142 STRAND, LO'N'DON.- AND 71, Wall Street, Few York. Capital, Two and a Half Million Dollars. Guar- antee Fund, One Hundred Thousand Dollars, deposited with the Comptroller of the State of New tn49-tf The above Companies having, complied with the Law, thereby affording their soundness and reliability, are prepared to issue policies at their Agency in this City, on reasonable terms. All losses promptly adjust- ed and paid. Office on Forest St., Fond du Lac, Wia., with E. Hodges, Foa'rth door li oin Main St. W. T. GIBSON. CJlPITAlrAathorixed 1, t ,-r Paid tip and Securely Inveitrd in Bonds and. HonTlios.B. H. Armstrbng, E.: Penn Thos Charles 1 iSeorge H WmBbldV" J Inn. ;Edw. R. Thomas B. Florence, 'President., Edward ft Helmbold, Sec'y. Atlantic Fire'iusnraiice Comp'y, 72 :Wall St. Hew York. Cash Capital, all paid in. 00 Surplus; 02 John D. Cocks, Prest. Horatio Dorr, Secy. 74 Waiir Street, New ITorki1 M John Dl Budweli, Sec'y. Insurance taken upon as favorable terms ai any ijood and resjponsible company. i T i 'A'-', kOBERT A} Agt. subBcribers gratefulh rpast return their thanks to; the citizens of Fond duLac and.vicinity, for their and hope that by strict attention to business, to, merit their approbatiori. We shall endeavor to keep on Imnd a full as sortmont of .he" test "Meats 'of all kinds, fresh and salt, that -can vicinity. All orders left at the (2d door south ot the Exchange., iHotel) prompt '.attention. IhavVng clioice stOclt' to 'dispose of will do Sivell to givers notice before selling' ;we wish none but the best quality. tR'A _-_ _. FOX AND wiscoirsiir P. W. GATES GO. 51ANUFACTU1UCKS 01'" Portable and "Stationary M. mm AKD MILEK' TJ30YS if you want a. go-jd Violin cheap, call atthft [n3dtf] CITY AUC'N 1100MS. F1I1B BRANCH OFFICE, FOR THE NORTH-WEST, -AT-' iscosasm- Star Fire Marine hisuirancc :Y. CITY AUC'N ROOMS, f OOK1KG- GLASSES, various sizes, at the U nSdtf CITY AUC'N ROOMS. TAYl.Oll .t vDarUwfs Mock, Fond du Lac, Wisconsin, HAS just reCeiVe'tl i by Railroad a'large assort- ment be happy to accommo- date his friends and the public generally, with GATES' PATENT B.CREWGDTTER, MILL GEAR- AX1J FOB. THK SAUC 01'' Lathes, Prills, Planers, >EARL BARLEY for sale Wholesale or llo- tail, by [nl5 tf] E. H. JONES   No '2, Darling's Block. Ul P. W. GATJCS, E, S. WAHNKII T. CHALMERS, A. D. BAG-IE WOBKS, CHICAGO, ShceWronl Copper-ware ALSO, ''Sietim Steam Faucets, etc., etc., >Vhich.can; and will be, sold as Jo w as at any es- hipe.n't iii '.this place. Particular attention WORK. of any size or shape. also prepared, on 'short notice, to attend Steamboat work and to the' manufacture of Jlrosi and to do my work well, and warrant it'to-glve satisfaction. Premium Portable ENGIN ES. Tun Subscribers are now manufacturing five sizes, to and 15 horse Power Locomotive Boiler, Portable Engines, which are vastly superior to any other Portable Engine made, also can furnish on short notice PORTABLE CIRCULAR SAW-MILLS of the most approved construction and well adapted to be attached to the Portable Engines which arc capable of cutting fromj SIX'TO TWEL VE THOUSAND FEE1 of lumber in 10 hours. For further particulars address p.. w. GATES co Eagle Works, Chicago Dec. 1st. 1854. 113m CAR POLLY KiS'VH LOPED Awn SENT BY MAIL, POSTPAID, to any .uhlress in the Uniu-d Slates, on receipt of THIRTY WK CENTS in stiimps or specie, by Int.ivr. Decidedly the most useful and valuable Medicine in ihe World. The unprecedented devnand for .OURXO'S OATAlUi II SNUFF is now daily supplied through the- Post office, al- ways fresh from lite of the propri- etor, I. DUllNO, No. 83 State "street, Albany N.-Y. Single box. 25 cents including postage ?r cents, In a haiicisome snuff-box, with name and "trade-mark" in full. Also, directions for use in catarrh, cold in the head, headache, nnd deaf iiss, y4 nlS 8m Melodeons, Melodeons! .HIST RECEIVED AT CASH D I R E C T 0 US: Henry Van llensselaer, E. G. Merrick, Elijah B, Allen, Allen Chancey, Get. N. Seymour, Kbenezer Miner, James G. A venll, Augustus Chapman, EraPtus Vilas, Norman Sackridcr. JAMKtS G HOPKINS, President. CALVIN T. HU Vice President. HENRY G. l-'OOTli. Bec'ry and Treasurer. Quickest, Glieapcst, Safest Mtist For Passengers and Gouds destined fur- TNSTIRKS Dwellings. Stores, Warehouses, JL Factories, Merchandise, and Personal Proper- ty generally. Also AO AIWS.T. THE FJEKf B.S. OK INLAND NAVIGATION On Favorable Terms. Losses adjusted and paid at the Branch Office iu Milwaukee, J, W. GRAIN', Esq., General .Agent. W-T. GutsoN, Agent, For City 'and Co of Fond du Lac, Wis. n30' tf UPQN, the opening of navigation the era will coinir.ence-.running a daily. Imp ;of FIRST CLASS STRAM'BES belween Fonddu Lac, Oshkosh and Greisii 'Bay. The line wiil consist of the stfamers and and the propeller v Buffalo." and produce will lui forwarded vLUiuut ti'anshipm'e'nt, quicker and cheaper than by any other route. Particular can; paid to goods consigned to us for sale mid returns made. On hand and for 's-'fe, COAL, SALT, SEAM- IJESS BAGS, Ac. A St-mi-Wi-ekly Line of Steam Boats will con- nect Green Bay wit Ii ensteiii cities, Mark goods tt> care of C. II. AW. J. GREEN, ntSGin Green SPECIAL FOURTH ARRIVAL 01-' TME SEASON j-.-tfEond-du.-I.ac, March: 4th, 856.. Old Copper- Brass and paper rags, ta- ken in exchange for goods. BILL, FARGO EELLOGO, iSO.GT-Hij.iWiAT.K.R rSTREET, CHICAGO: E %ill find with us GootU 't'.of Also, every variety.' manufactured in the N'ew Myldnd _ Y! :Ca8h "p'siid1, for E. n -JONE BRO. Finished Brass Works. ALL kinds, viz. Faucets, Try-cocks, Steam IPhistles, Oil Cups, Globe Valves, .drc 
                            

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