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   Fort Atkinson Standard (Newspaper) - June 19, 1862, Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin                                Battle between Fremont and Jackson. BaUle-Grouiwl six miles from Harrison- June wade a stand at this ffint and we attacked him this morn- Wliere is Beauregard? The Cincinnati Gazette is of opinion that Gen. Beau7'egard transported his best troops to Richmond before evacuating The country is not favorable for i Corinth, and that that place was held being hilly aud against Halleck only by the raw levies _ _Ji. -StaW was on thc left, supported by which he was able to impress in Missitsip- Qen. Bolwjtj Gen. Milroy in the center, j pi. Alabama and Louisiana; and that it is supported on the right by Gen. Schenck, j these who fied from the place, while Beau- FORT ATKINSON, THTTHSDAY, JUNE 19, 1862. Gen. Stoueway bad cormiiaud of the ic- serve. Skirmishing commenced between 10 regard himself, with thirty-five thousand ot his best men, his real army, is now as- sisting in the defence of Eichmond. and 11 o'clock, and cannonading at about i This may be so there is at least noth- __ I T. 11T "WAsniNOTON, June re- ceived at the War Department state that Jackson's army attacked Shield's advance on Mond-iy morning near Port Republic. The conflict is said to have been main tain- fur four hours by about 2000 of our men WK have no news of any special interest i against the main body of Gen. Jackson's army. The enemy's force become so over- Clellan's, armv before Richmond is doing in numbers that the command We suppose he is getting a wa? compelled to fall back, which it did Gen. Pope is ac-' iu good order, until it met the main body notn. good ready to advance. 12. The enemy had an excellent pos-i-1 ing known te make it even tively there is left of Beau-: of Shield's command near Conrad's store. tion and directed their fire well, but as It is certainly a nivsterv what the rebels t -IT i tc i uon, j regard's arrnv. All is quiet at Memphis, As soon as this was effected, the enemy in few men were killed on our side as usually did with their artillery, of which they had regard's fall by cannon. (Jen. Stahl made an ad-; a good supply at Corinth, both of siege the citizens adaptin vanee nearly to the river, driving the en-1 and field guns. Have these also been emy but precipitated their i transported to Richmond? main column on him, and he was com-, But if this is so we have one pelled to retire to avoid being j there remains but one rebel army to be His forces came out in good order, and beaten, and that is now before Richmond, themselves to the new order of things without any disturb- ance. turn retired. The fighting is said to have been severe, and the loss heavy on both sides. A pri- vate letter states that (Jen. Shields had previously succeeded in destroying; a. large our liae reformed iu better position. Up to 3 o'clock the cannonading was brisk, but after that it slackened, and now sit 5 o'clock everything is quiet. A pris- oner says Gen. Eweil lies between our ant X. a universal howl .1 has already once been I there i? going up all over Secossia against j of supplies belonging to the reb- thc course taken by Gen. Butler at Xew i cls at at Conrad's store. The concentrate; we can do the General McClellan has Let them same. Doubtless received reinforcements already since the battle of la.-t Sunday, and the army of the Orleans. Nothing the pq TGIlt ;rs can sav is damage by recent rains, including carrying away of bridges over the branch of the right wing and the river with d.OO men. I Potomac is able to meet and defeat all the When our advance fell back, the enemy J hosts the rebels may bring against did not pursue, preferring to maintain his position and throw on us the burden of at- tack. It is thought that Jackson, finding no bridge here, will attempt to cross at Mt. Crawford, where he will find no bridge either. Another account of the battle says Gen. Stahl on the left, was first ensased. Gen- Y. Evening Post, inst. Th.8 Rebel Debt. It is stated that the debt of the rebels amounts now to four hundred and tea mil- lion dollars. War is an expensive busi- Assassination is freely talked of and urged in the southern prints. General Butler De- nver is the only one of our officers who is play- own game, and southern chivalry strnd '.t. When another but them- selves takes their game into his own hands and carries it out. then tho southern trcn- ing their can t ness. A year ago ilr. Memminger aclver-1 tlemcn offer a reward for his assassination. %M1 lyJllClt-lU. VI ao illOL _ M I T .1-1 IT erals Milroy and Schenck sooii after found tised his advantageous loan ol ten this case they will have to catch the the enemy, and the battle almost immedi-' anj thc conspirators flattered them- of thf.h, hatfi before th _ VioH wmvi TT-nn n ho ately became ccneral. Gen. Stahl, after; selves that not halt this sum would be j Schrivcn's battery had shelled the rebel! But debt does not rouble Im- position, advanced the 8th and 45th New bJ "'fluencc, chiefly, that York regiments through the woods into' Mississippi led to refuse payment of the open field, on the oilier fcido of which 1 ucr Just dcDts -he f the the enemy's right was concealed in woods. ln his Iiew 5Phere ot They advanced gallantly under a heavy fire, but bein-r so Ion- unsupported by the Payment of interest 45th, and largely outnumbered, were final- j tapeutis lean, tii ly forced to retire. Colonel Mitchell was seive severety wounded, and the regiment badly their venaeanue on his head. materially interferes with thc commissarat arrangements and the movement of troops. Later intelligence slates our loss from 100 to 115 killed, aud from 400 to 500 in killed and wounded. The enemy's loss was terrible 400 of their dead by actual count were found unburicd in one From the number of their dead scattered in other parts of thc battle ground, it is j believed that there are 200 more of their OPENING 0f the SPRING STORES UNITED IN NEW YORK Casli Store. Smith Bostwick, Janesville, Proprietors. ONE GENERAL DRY GOODS ESTABLISHMENT. ONE MERCHANT TAILORING DEPARTM'T, MAM'FAt'TtRIXG FIXE CLOTHING TO ORDEB. ONE READY-MADE CLOTHING, CAP STORfy THE THREE TOGETHER MAKING the most extensive Mercantile establishment in the interior of Wisconsin. In addition to the very large stock of Domes- tic Goods we have on hand, bought last August, wlueh we have just opened, we have been re- ceiving- within the past fifteen days a very large stock of French, English and German Goods, all bought at the great closing out auction sales in Xew York, for cash where, owing to the large importations, ami thc small demand in that market for this kind of goods, they have been sold at about fifty cents on the dollar on what they cost to manufacture. Having purchased much lower than ever before sold in this city. DRESS GOODS. In fashionable si vies of Dress Goods, we have three times the amount we ever before had at any one time. ;ind they are going to be sold The quality, style, and prices of these goods wil astonish everv one who examines them. We it will be remembered that, to secure the on that most advan- rebels pledged them- j from an .10 export duty on cotton: cut up, losing not less than s to lay that the vhole cotton crop was made the bassis for which were issued the mil- lions of confederate treasury notes and i than half its strenuth. The enemv's pur-, suit was checked by artillery, and Ueueral; bonds now flood the _ Liu, regular Stahl finally withdrew hi.s force to a stron-' mtl' thc of a bwmdler, ger position, repulsing a Hank movement, and hi.- w.ncr {Iriu'v. OFFERS TO TAICE Tin: government has made a prorc.-ition ihrou._li it- mini.-ter in Wash- ington to take all ivgroes who escape their Master? and to remove them to froe cl' char_e. It then propo- to put them under an apprenticeship of three year-, peimitli'.g tlum to receive rieau on killed G >0 the field, making their loss in shall not attempt to enumerate them, as r bo-sides officers who were ear- ned awiy. General Stewart was killed, Gen. Elsie wounded. Col. Iloughton mortally wound- ed, and Gen. Jackson wounded in the ,'is, having pledged the proceeds of an export dutv I'UL- the u; iii'.ai. a dt1'1-. At the of their it proposes to free them _ Two of the Boston letter carriers have vt now c nupleted the'.r tv, cli'th yi could not be done iu our immense stock. lad Bftttvfty. BOUTE TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINTS lIASf. Fare always as low Lake Route'. Trains leave the Depot in this village ai fol- lows c 1 Express Passenger, 2.00 p. M. GOIKO SOUTH 3-35 p M 1 1.28 P. M. 12.36 A. v. Night Express Pass., (Freight, Making connection at Milton Junction with trains for Milwaukee, Whitewater, Stadison and Prairie du Chicn. Through tickets to all Eastern and Southern cities can be purchased at the Ticket office in the Depot, ALWAYS AS LOU" as of any other route. Passengers purchasing through ticket? will be conveyed with their baggage, t'rom the depot of the Chicago Northwestern Railway in Chica- co, to all Eastern depots free of charge. OOIN-G VoiiTii I Accom'n, A. M. UOJ.NG .NORTH I Kxpress 2.00 p. M. Freight, 10.30 p. M. j Night Pass., 2.44 A. M. GKO.L. E. DeWiTT Ronixsox, Gen i Ticket CHAS. F. BARROX, AGKXT. Fort Atkinson. :'T Oi bten dur- Gen. :.lilruY advanced his center rapid-, prohibited the export of the article; arid when ne had issued as many treasury notes as the South would take, he ordered the destruction of the was ly, the artillery lire compelling the enemy to give ground. Schenck, on the right, drove back the rebels, who attempted to turn his position, along our whole Our artillery, under Col. Pihsona's direc- tion, was served with great vigor and prc- the only security for their payment. MEMPHIS, June line of pickets cision, and the final success is largely due j have been posted around the city. All to its effect. persons who receive permits to pass The enemy suffered severely. One reb-} the lines are required to take the oath of ol regiment lost two-thirds of its number j allegiance. in attempting to capture Wciderich's bat- Rebel sympathizers are already begin- tery, which cut them to pieces with can-1 ning to wince at the f-igorous policy inau- gurated by the new commandant. Sev- eral boats from above have arrived with Government stoves, merchandise aud pas- sengers. center of the enemy's portion, and his en-1 Ecauregard's army is undoubtedly gvoat- ?anipment is thereto-night. Our forces ly demoralized. who come into were outnumbered at all points, but have Memphis daily to take the oath of allegi- O.v the Dili iiiit. Janits murdered Patrick "Prow, a: Cottage Grove. Dane Co. Hard feelings hud existed h-u'veen them, and Cruak was under tho iuuuence of li- quor at the tii.ie. Lroak a quar- rel ensued ami a blovr civen. when thc dec drew a knife a.ju mauo n pa.-s at cutting his considerably. Croak ilun vaeuched the knife from Drew, service. They have, neither one. hue twice, one wtvk at a time ing that period. They Irive walked, each of them. 42.000 move than their first daj 's -cvvices, a dis- tance tint would have carried them on foot unce round the world, and half way round a second time. Tho two have de- livered and collected the postage on more than T.OCO.OOO loiters and papers. Ladies wishing to purchase Black Silks, all we ask of them is to examine our slock before purchasing. We are selling a regular 10 stilling silk for 8 shillings. We are selling a regular 12 shilling silk tor 1 0 shillings. We are selling for a regular 14 shilling gilk 12 shillings. f 1 1 1 1 1 Jum and at fifty paces. The rebel batteries were repeatedly silenced and forced to their position. Col. Close ret, his weak bricade. took and held the had hurl him. not Croak n the returned prisoners belong- 'V. supposing he in Connecticut, used to counterfeit the Cloth Cloaks and Silk Mantillas. We have jint received 200 Cloaks and Mantil- among hich are sonic of the most be.tuti- fult'yle' to be llnmd in this city, aud as good as can Le found anywhere, at lower prices tnan ever before kiio-vn. r. large of SHAWLS, of all the diil'erent ;tylcs of the sea- son. Parafols and Sun Umbrellas, just re- ceived, direct from the njanuf.u turer, among i a are aume of the finest qualii made, and j at least 25 per cent less than they can be bought at anv other .'tore in this citv. DENTAL SURGERY. Dr. SHATTUCK, of Janesville, would respect- fully announce to the citizens of Fort Atkinson and vicinity, that he is in possession of ali the recent improvements of the Dental Art. Dr. S. would also inform the public that, at great ex- pense, he has obtained the right of Good- year's Celebrated Patent Hard Rul- ber Base for Artificial Teeth, which for light- ness, durability, cheapness and comfort, he feels perfectly safe in recommending being f--r su- perior to many other of work, arnl now prepaied to insert parts or whole -c-t.- of Teeth in all the most improved styles, and is deter- that his work shall be second to that of no oth- er. All who wish to secure a good set of Arti- ficial Teeth, will do well to call at the Green Mountain House and examine specimens. All work warranted, and perfect sati.-'rtdiiii given 3V no charge. OSrUe ami Nlilw.iukotj street, two doois cast of :hc Po-l-O.Tice. Janes- READ THE TEXREASOXX WHY The "Grovorfe XOISKLI-ISS FAMILY ewing Machine be en n now i no e-5. from 5 They used to A, occupied the rebel lines and forced them ance, to retreat. that after the evacuation Corinth thousands refused longer to fight, The loss is heavy on both sides, the en- and that the surrounding country for miles up. emy suffering especially from our artillery, i is filled with stragglers who are anxious to The Garibaldi Guards lost nearly 200, and the 25th Ohio 60. The total loss is esti- mated from GOO to SUO in killed, wound- i department, opened the city office to-day. sd aud missing. aud an agent of the treasury depaitrncnt is on his way to re-open the Federal cus- Mt.Miniis, Juno i'itch vras yesterday called upon by the citizen? to to Cairo for bale.- OJL' corton, a lingo ol' sugar i anu l.UUU I uf Thc wish- os of loyal men of uiii Le liced- iiii.' 11'ov (he movc- The 1 a r srest stock of Ladies'. M'sses' and Chil- Hosiery suid Glove? ever before offered for in t'ns city. The pnrticiilor attention of i i the I-fi'lks is dirc'-tcfl to this department of onr manuiu'itnrc taem out of whole paper, in- We can flhow them creasing funils by such c-ouu- i O The guard couluu't lead, and took them readily. i'.- ujion of -h. ith- these poods in city, and 25 per ceut cheap- er than u-ual priojs. LADIES' CLOTHS. June pervades torn-house. There have been about thirty the entire city. Thc ready subminsion of. applications for the office of postmaster by the inhabitants to the Federal rule is not prominent citizens of Memphis, only surprising, but gratifying. The civil Corinth, says the rebel array Mr bile, I5t'auregard having telegraphed to Mr. Markland, agent for the post-office mcut Of produce, as soon as thc coil- i have the uitv defended till he should get 1 c. ,1 I v JLiT.Cj.0" The steamers cupturcd at the port, to tlienuinrer of eight, will probably be at A v..ry inrj.-e stock of all of telegraph operator, who escaped from i riotli. sinionsr are some very good good: is. going to authorities continue to exercise their func- tions as heretofore. The provost marshal's 'is thronged with applicants for per- XFAV YORK, June letter to the VWK'S from the armv savi. a Richmond once set to work. lady in T'lster county, N. Y., writes We have just re- O.v tlio Sr-t niaht of the occupation of Memphis over 800 citizens the police force, and stood guard all to protect the town from burnJusr. at lj cents per yard, doable wic'th. Domestic Goods. We have this day opened about fiftj' packages j eluded to them at I to Providence to nuts to proceed North. All persons are required to take the oath of allegiance be- fore permission is granted. Jackson's rebel cavalry, which had been hovering around the city ever since the Federal occupation, are said to have gone to Holloy's Springs. As most of them are said to be largely interested in this city, it is improbable that they will make any attempt to burn it. The city record- er was yesterday arrested by the provost marshal for causing the arrest of citizens for conversing in the streets with Union soldiers. llebel cavalry are scouring the country arauud Grand Junction, destroying all the property they can find. Application to ship a thousand bales of 1 -1 T 1 T of thc contains aneditorial, ceived the news of poor Webster's the tone of which is most discouraging to army_ Tbe fcftrs our cotton has already been made. The Argus is still quite outspoken in secession sympathy. Thc- is more guarded, and inclined to submit qui- etly, ttoth advise peaceable submission tempted with the; aimy; before Richmond. design is not to engage them in battle, but to starve them out. A plan which he considers not impossible for us to accom- plish. The same letter dated the 10th says de- serters arrived from Richmond night, bringinc intelligence that the rebels are assiduously at woik throwing up addition- al earthworks around the city. They have also dug earthworks and rifle-pits along the route between here and Richmond, and have mounted a large number of guns. the daily supply of each man amounting to but one pound of flour and half a pound of bacon, without coffee, tea, sugar or salt. Six hundred and thiity-three citizens of Cincinnati have petitioned the House of Representatives to expel Vallaridingham, The rebels took him while thrash- j asserting that he is a t in his barn, without allowing him even j to the State cf Ohio, which nobody can death, lie owned a farm in Virginia, was a Methodist minister and a quiet Union man. in-. change of clothing, drove him three days I deny. without eating, so that he died. He was i IT is considered a well p-stibJishe-i truth my ncr-new. battles are decided nut so much by number of men killed and wounded as L. P. CCTIT.R was killed by cars on the (the number scared. Gth at 3Iinnesota Junction, while engaged I_IIIMII___i in switching trains from one track to an-1 other. of Domestic Goods, bought last August. Hav- ing a larfre of goods, enough to car- ry us tliroiidh the sprinar tr.vle. we have con- last year's prices, and get them in the fall to a! the same price. Among our stock way be found lo.Ooo best prints at 10 cents, worth in Xew York 1U cents. yards 4-4 heavy brown sheetings at 10 worth in Xew York 14 cenfs. 5.000 yairlp Dpvums at 12' centH, worth in New 'i ork 1 5 Also for Boys' and Men's wear, a large stock of raitor and a disgrace Cottonnrlw, cotton Cn'simere? and Cashraerettcs, at equally 'ow prices. T.' A new fraf, in 7V: IN Tl.LEdRAPHIXfi.--- rHeirnhinc. ip he at- For.TY emigrants from the southern part of Germany arrived within a week at Fond du Lac. They brought a large amount of -pei-ie with them, and bought farms in tlu-t county. to Federal rule. Many of the stores have resumed business. Some dealers refuse confederate money, tut receive Tennessee bank notes. The markets are rather sparsely .sup- plied with meat and vegetables. Two rebel steamers were captured yes- terday above the city. New York, June that the overwhelming superiority of -the enemy at the battle of Fair Oaks is fully proved by a partial list of tbc wounded iu the Kichinoud This list is the second or third already published, and has names of wounded iVom lU and ten independent corps. They, ton It is taking a telegraphic instrument up! in LTWC'S balloon, and by means of a fine wire attached to the wire below, telegraph from tbo, air to hr-afViu'vriers. to Washing- ton, Philadelphia. New York, St. Louis aud any point. Seated in J the car, at an elevation of thousands of feet, and looking down upon thc rebel foe, their movements can be reported nionien- DRIED PEARS, DRIED BLACKBERRIES, DRIED APPLES, PRUNES, at GEO. P. JIARSTOX Co.'s A large fire occurred in Quebec on the Over 100 liouses, principally of wood, the property of the workmen in the trcvcd. tarily to Washington, ccc.. as readily as to anv cotton or linen shelter tents Lave been ordered in Xew York for our arr.vc- down south, and will be ready for delivery early iu Julv. Tfir. totol receipts oft en the canals Lad nearly a hundred regiments iu the two days' battle. It is also stated, -with -every probability LU.A L A gentleman Xew York up to the Irt in states that four hundred men are m increase still working day aud night, and turn out daily numbers of brass guns weighing four tuns each, and iron gnus that will throw o over the tolls received up to the same date last year. of truth, that the now well-known North Carolina Unionism of feding had broken j kails of four hundred pounds weight, be- oat on Tuesday, in open revolt, in eis; j sides twelve hundred weight daily of con- j North Oarolitja regiments, being an entire ical }iur_ared weight of tnor-! brieade from that State, and that the bn- e ,-L UI16au arri tar shells and a arge amount of other war cade was surroundad mta Mississippi ana Alabama troope, in superior and j material. Among the last are some new disarmed and placed in confinement. engines of destruction whose effects as THE Richmond Er ed 011 a half sheet. in that region. is now print- Paper must be scarce IT is that not less than one-tenth of the slaves of Delaware have disappeared. A ball "fight came off eutlj, aceoficfjDg to tte near Berlin re- tested by experiments are .peculiarly ter-1 no one knows whither, since the rebellion Irific, I brcl P, JIARSTOPIT Co., SELL PRIME BROWN SUGAR for 9 cts. per pound- PRIME f'f'DFIRII q con'.; per pomi 1. PRIME RIO COFFEE. 23 cents per pound. Superior YOUXG HYSOX TEA, per Ib. DEXIMS 12 J cents per yard. PRIXTS, nst colors, 0 and 10 cts. per yard. KEROSIN'E OIL 35 cent? per gallon. D TIN WARE. OYor 7J.V Tho only full can be found at the Mam- f.r.c, nf manufacture. 1 MEIICHANT TmORIXG DEI'AKTMEST. This depai-tn.uiit of our Laving become a very large blanch of onr business, we would merely say to our customers, (and by the way, there are A try few persons in this vicinity who wear good c'ofl-es who are not our that our slock of Cloths, Cassimeros and Vest- ing- far superior to any stock in Wisconsin. To our customers whom we have done work for, we need not say anything about our styles and work. To persons and strangers who hare not favored us with a call, we would say that we have some of the best goods in this line, and we guarantee a perfect fit, and in as good style as they can be got up, in Xew York, or any place. If thc garments are not per- fe< t in every particular we do not ask you to take them. SMITH BOSTWICK. Janesville, May Gth, 1862. 83 New Ready-Made Clothing. Hat and Cap Store, At thc old Bookstore formerly occupied by X. Newell and 0. J. Dearborn, Main St., Janesville. Having taken the above store and fitted it up for a Clothing Hac and Cap Store, we are now prepared to do a very large trade in these goods Ha-ving junt received an entire new stock of thoaboTe goods, consisting of the moat magnificent stock of First Clothing over before offered for sale in Janesville, and wi'I be for cash at lesa prices than common see oud-cl-iss clothing is generally sold for in this city. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS. A large stock of these Roods, consisting of Shirts, tin di'rsbirts, Drawers, Ontrata, Ties, Collars, Suspenders Hosiery and Gloves, of all kinds, and eyerytliing to dresi a gentleman from top to bottom, in the most fashionable style, for a small amount of money. Gentlemen wiahiiij any of the above goods are particularly invitod to give ui a call before purchasing. HATS AND CAPS. In these goods wo bavs the best assortment to be fonm in this city, consisting of all the latest fityled of soft an  toe best quality supe- rior article to anything made ill this country. .TanesTillo, May 6th, 1S62. SMITH BOSTWICK. lias gained it? popularity, nnd its innumerable saks throughout tho world, over families in the United States alone, who use them, arc ready to endorse: 1. It mrikog the im formed a Sewing Machine, in which e.uh H inde- pendently locked, and without, r'.t the other stitches for str'nuth. 2. It makes thc on'y ih.it wil1 (he thread being (ut at ry fourth -ii out in.i'U'y to the stam in v> oar. 'A. It i- t> flic at tsnnif rtnvl'i by thio I'.iac-iiim 'J'l'is- done by thc machine itself, without t'ne use of the ha ml The O-OVPV J: Rikor i- only formed from TV.o ordinary ami witliout the spool in'oa -l.uttli- f.OITI thive io five times, fni 11.' luvler tli'v id. A seam thus formed is more than any other inn.-'c by a --owi'.-c; n'wl.hu-. aim con.-equently very v.'ilualik- in thctaro to be washed and strctrhcd under tlif 'you. The iiiachinf i- ad.ipU-d to .ill v. of 'abric.s, siTvinjr each pnunliy well, .and requir.ni; o adjujtment for any kimi of te-.vidg, other ban the adaptation of needles and thrc.'id. 7. It is more easily kopt in order than any >thcr machine, and need uot be tnki 11 to oiled. 8. The machine sew? common spool cotton, ilk a-id linen thread, wiin equal facility. 9. The machine so jirajile that an intelli- gent child often year5: can readily learn to opc- ate and keep it in order. 10. By reason of its of ion and ease of management, it is adapted o all the wants of the family. TEN YEARS EXPERIENCE n manufacture has brought the GKOVKK A BA- machine to perfection, and the Company now offer to the public their latctt improved Machine at GREATLY REDUCED FKirES. Every Family Needs One. 0, men, who think they're dear, And buy them not for your Oh, have no fear of their wearing out, They will last them all ther lives So pleasant, and pretty, and port, ALL KINDS of work, with a double thread They sew, as well as a shirt. It never shrinks its task And what are its wages 1 A little oil Is all it will ever polished little A And thc song'it sings a pleasure brings Like an old forgotten air. Cli And my piece of work's begun: And the shirt is nearly done Baijd, and gusset, and scum, Scam, and gusset, and band, All but the buttons is finished now, And I'll sew them on by band. These celebrated machines are on exhibition and sale at the residence of I. Z. MUP.UIAM, Fort Atkinson. Call and seem them whether you wish to buy or not. WM. B. YOUNG, Genl Agt., 39tf 115 Lake street, Chicago. Brio Sewing Machine Company will furnish employment to a few active men to act Agents for them. A preference-will be given to well acquainted in the district for which they apply, tor which serrice they are willing to give a commission, or pay a salary of 300 to 700 dollars per year and For particulars, sdrirera Erie Pevrinp: Machine Company, R. JAMES, General Agent, Milau, O- Gret your Printing done At the Standard office. Give KEE- NEY a trial. M O VER SHOES. EN'S and Ladies Buffalo Ovewbote at TAKCRE S.   

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