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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - August 17, 1854, Janesville, Wisconsin                               VOLUME 1. JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, AUGUST NUMBER 34. THE DAILY GAZETTE pnMUhed orcry morning, exeeptcd, In tin? tlifr J story of Dennett Clnpp'a I-'niplrc Block, Slain dtrcet, by I.EVI AMMEHf A C1IAS. HOLT. TERMS: Fire Dollars a year, payable fpiarterly In iiilrancv. RATES OF ADVERTISING: 1 square, 5 50 1 II months, 6 Ofl 1 fl in 00 I 1 year, 10 00 Cards In Business Directory" Inserted at 00 year. Special notices Immediately after reading mutter per cent above common rules of advertising. column, per year, 00 80 0( -15 Ot 5 DO UN1TKD STATK3 OOVKRNSIENT. VresUent..........................FIIASCLIX PIEIICK, Secretary of State...............WILLIAM L. Miner, Secretary of Iho Treasury............JAHI.S GI-TIIIIIK, Secretary of the Interior.........llcmnnr .Mcd.EL.iNti, of the Nary...............JAXO C. Doiinix, Secretary of War...................Jerri UAVM, ipostnuutcr Cmt'nKi.i.. General....................CiLkn Ccsiii.xu. "Vice President......................DAVID AtcnibON. fpeakcr of the House....................Lt.x.x llovu. UN1TKD STATKS SUPREJIK COURT. Chief Justice........................Itoarn II. T m r. Associate Justice.....................Jons SIrLm.v. do du do do do do do JAMM M. do Jonx CATIIO.X. do JOHN A. CAMPULLL. do PCTKII V. DINIIL. da SAMI-FL NKLSON. do Itoontr C. (luiut. do UUCJ.UIIN II. CI-RTIS. Itef ortcr UEXJAMIN C. I'NtTKD DI8TIUCT COL'IIT FOR WISCONSIN. S. Judge for the District of Wisconsin. A. 0. MII.LKII. S. District Attorney Jonx It. Sil IIII-STKIX. V. S. .Marslm! S. Y. K. AULKM.IX. UNITKD STATta SENATOI13. HK.XIIT DoiMiK, of Dodguvlllc, Iowa County. P. WALUJUI, of Waukeshu. IN CONG HESS. First IHstrtrt DAMCL WKLI.I, Jn., of Slllwaukeo. Second District 1IKX. C. Ktsrjnx, of Plattevllle. Third District U. SItcr, of Fond dn Lac. LAND OFFICERS. M1LWACKKI-. J. II. WlllTNKY. Register..... Receiver..... Hi-Killer...... Receiver..... Register...... Receiver..... Register...... Receiver...... R-Rlstor...... Receiver..... Register...... Rcjclvcr...... MINEIUL roixr. JUKI. C. Sqt-inia. IlK.suv O. PLOWMAN. Cvur.s K. fjiiin. TllKODUIIK RUIKILK. JlltXASIIA. JollS A. UllY VN' U. U. Sloouts. WILLOW tUVEIt. Jons O. lU'XNivo. Oils Horr. HTKVKS9 PCMT. AnuiiAM BR v WLKV. A. U. J-lui. WISCONSIN STATE WTICKRS. Ouvcrnnr..........................WM. A. O.HBTOW. Private Secretary..................K. M. llanrn. Lieutenant (Invernor.................JAH. T. Secretary of Slato .................ALKX. T. URAT. Assistant tfcc'y of State...............Jons W. HI-XT. Treasurer II. JANSSIN. Assistant Treasurer.................DIN. SI. SK.ivrn. Attorney (tciieral..................OKOKGK 11. SMITH. Siipcrlnlcndent Public Instruction......II. A. WIIIQIIT. Hank Comptroller.................. WM. M. Draxw. Deputy Ilunk Comptroller.................A. SlKMjes. Stale Prison Commissioner.............A. W. SriitKH. Stale Librarian............................A. Kia'i.it. WISCONSIN SCPRKSIK COURT. Chief Justice....................Bow IBP V. Wurrox. D. SMITH, SAM. CIIAWI-OHO. CIRCUIT JUDOES. First District..............J is. It. DOOMTTIK, Racine. Second District...........I.KVI Hrnntu., Milwaukee. Third District........CIURLKH II. Uzuukvc. Fourth District .......TIMOTIIV O. Howit, Green Buy. Fifth District.......M. M. COTIIIIEX, Mineral Point. Sixth District........W. Prulrle du Chlcn. Seventh District...........UamoK W. CATK, Portage. OFFICERS OF STATK AGRICULTURAL 80CIETV. President...........................K. W. KIMIKUTUX. Treasurer..........................SAM'I, SIIIISIIALI.. Secretary.............................A. C. IMJIIA.M. ROCK COUNTY. ........Slosra S. PIUCIMIIU. KOIIGK W. CtiAno. ......WlLI.IAM II. HOWAIID. ..........JmoMK U. DAW. .....WILLIAM 3. ROCKWELL. .............S. A, SI.IBTIX. ___R. F. FiitKKn. .CIIANCT P. KINO. ..PCTKII McVuv. CAWIX OFFICERS OF County Judge............ Clerk ol the Court....... Sheriff................... Under Sheriff............ Iilstrlct Attorney......... Register of Deeds........ Treasurer....................... Clerk of the Hoard of Supervisors Purveyor.......... Coroner............. OFFICERS OF TIIK CITY OF JANESVILLK. Mayor.............................J. IlonwKLi. President of the Board............Joitx J. R. PEISK. AMOS Pnicit.imi. Stnrslial.............................CIIAHLIB Y nuf. Treasurer...........................JOHN W. WIIITK. Attorney.............................J. Rr.xronn. School Superintendent............JVMIS ALOKRSIKN. First V. PIXLEY, II. OGILVIE, R. B. TREAT, J. n. PK.VSE, K. L. DIMOCK, TIIIOTUV JACKMAX. Third A. Ilowiaiin, L. K. STOSE, II. O. CL.IIIIC. fourth II. WIU.ISTOS, liu MtLTUionE, .Wu. .P, CODB. JUSTICES OF TIIK PKACK. r First Ward.............................S. J. BFLTOX. Hocond Ward...........................A. C. Tlilrd FIBLIJ. rl'ourlh Ward.........................N. M. CJMtlicn. CITY PHYSICIANS. K. Lrivts, R. It. Tnr.ir, O. P. RoDt.s.sos1. .kCABINET AND FURNITURE ,rpHK SUBSCRIBER is prepared to furnish all J- of Cabinet Ware and Furniture, of the neat. and at the moat reasonable prices. Ills Shop Is on Main Street, in Richardson's Block, where he Invites the public to CALL nnd E.XA.MINK .HIS GOODS. All kinds of Cabinet Work done to order, on nhort notice. 4. Augnst 20, ISM. SOtf Wliolcsale nnd Retail Druggists, Excelsior Illock, Sill wniikec street. TKKAT KVAXS, and Surgvons. Ofllcc In Knipire Illock lllc. 17 JAMES Wholesale nnd Retail Itooksellcr und new brick side the river, Janesvllle. H. S. SI1ELTOX, Denier In IJry Oooils, Hardware. Crockery A-c., eiist siile the river, Slalu-st., Janesvllle. 24 JAN'KSVILLE FOUXDllY AND MACHINE SHOP, A Miort distance north of the Stevens House, J. H. 11UDD, Proprietor. _________K> DR. M. If. UUTLEH. Physician and Accoucheur, Plymouth, Hock county, WIs. Ollice and residence convenient to Ilarlow'd Hotel, Plymouth. G. AV. CIIITTEN'DEX, 51. D., HoiiKCpathlc Physician and Surgoon. OHlcc at hid residence Cottagu, west of the KpUcopnl Church. f'i K. EHULICir, Confectioner, Ice Cream Saloon, Ac., Slain site the Post olllce, Janisi Ille. Lvery itttentlon paid To customers. 113 E. It. A .T. V. DRAKE, Have for n Inrpe stock of Fruit nnd Ornamental Trees, Shrubs, Ac., ut the Juncsvllle Nur- sery, nj mile west of the rlier. DELIi, JOIIDAK A UEXXKTT, Atttorncys at Law and Heal Kstatc Agents. Olllce In Kinjilre Hlock, Jancsvlllu. Tiii'suKti., cms. s. JOIIIIIN, _ JNO. n. SAXFOUD A. HUDSOX, Attorney and Counsellor ut and Solicitor lu rimn- cery. Olllce in LHppln'd Illock, over the llooUslore, Janesvllle Wisconsin. -'rj CASE A AHMSTIIOXU, Attornej-s and at Law and In Chancery. Oluce 111 the Kmplrc ISlock, Janesi tile. JOHN if. CVSK, [20] J1M1S DOTY A HUKXHAM, Sash, Poor and llllnd Miinufacturcrs, onu door north of Doty's Slechanlci' Illock, Malu-st., Janesvlllr, WIs., whereat all times a coiuplcic assortment of articles may bo found. _____ li> DR. JOSEPH S. LAXB, Itesldent Physician und SurKenn, tn the village of Janes, vlllc. Olllec at his dwellliiK, west side of tho rhur, near the Ilaptlst Church, where he mny be found at all limes when not professionally absent.___________ JACK.MAX, PAHKEIt A CO., Wholesale nnd Itetall Slerchants. Dealers In Dry (loods, (Iroccrles, Hardware, Crockery, Hoots, Shoes, Store corner of Maine nntf SIHwaukee streets, die. _____ .__ _________ Surveyor and Cliil KiiKlnecr, and Notary PuMle. Sur- vevlnir, leveling, drafting, A'C., promptlv attended to. Ollice west sldo the river. In the II. It. V. U. 11. It. of- ttce. Janesi-llle, Slarch 21, !K> 1IOLDKX, KEMP .V CO., iruKxIsts and Apothecaries, Dealers lu Paints, Oils, dluss and (Iroeerles. Ocncrul Agents for the most Patent Sledeclncs. 'JJ r. w. noLiiii.v, wn. KRitr, TAI.I.MIX J. U. DOE. Jankcr uml Hxchangv In Tallumn's Hlock, Wisconsin. Sight Drafts for sale on any of the principal cities of the Union. Particular attention paid to col- lections, and money promptly remitted. t> SLOAN A PAXTBX, Vttorncys nnd Counsellors nt Law and Solicitors In Chancery. Main street, Wisconsin. c. Hurix, t- r. rxrrrx F. Pnttcn Notnry Public and Commissioner of Deeds for the Slate of New York. 11 0. F. MEYER'S TODACCO A CIGAR STORE, iliilrt street, .Iiincsville, keeps on hand n variety of Cigars, Loose Chewing, Smoking und Plug Tobac- co. A superior article of Wine and Liquors ulsn al- ways on hand. J. KEXFORD, rnd Counsellor ut Law nnd Solicitor In Chan- cery. Also, agent for tho Continental Insurance Company of New York City, haling n cash capital of Half a million dollars. Olllce over the store of Coo- ley A llabcock, Jqnesvlllc, ________1 T. B. WOOLISCIIOFT, Uker and Confectioner, No. 1, Lappln's Illock, corner Of Slulii nnd Slllwmikec streets. All kinds of Cakes, Pies, Crackers, llrcad, Candies, Oysters, Ice Crenm, und all other kinds of eatablcH served up on the short- cut notice. ________ PIXLEY A KIMUALL, '1'jnoflha Jiiy .S'mr, lilocl; Jfiitn-st., Dealers In Heavy and Shelf Hardware, Stoves, liar Iron, Steel, Nnlls, Ac. Ac., nnd .Manufacturers of Tin, Sheet Iron uml Copper Ware. [Janesvllle, Slay 21, 1S54. r. pixtrv, __________________F. A. KIMIIU.I.. YORK CASH STORE, 1. C. Smith A Co., Wholesale and Hctall dealers In Dry (loods, Groceries, Hardware, Sndlcry, Crockery, ijg. lar Lamps, Hoots and Shoes, Hats and Heady-SIade Clothing, Paints, Oils. ever'-'.ind of Slerchandlsc, at the very casli L o. K. lll-NXETT. Just Arrived. i FEET of henvy aqunroil timber con- _ JlUUU aiitlng of Oak, i'lm and Mnplo choice quali- ty, bIng oi> Iho ground ooitof 'ho Ulstillory, for pur- clmsors. Unqulwal Joskmun fcCo.'i of J. Klalll. Janesvllle, Juno M CITY G, L. ENOXTlook-Binder, LanpMt Slack, oeer JJook-Xtore. ACJAZINKS, Law aiul Medical Works, Mu- Ac., bound In n neat nnd substantial manner. AH kinds of blank liooks. County Itccords, Ac., nilcd nnd bound to any pattern desired. April 80, 1H HOTEL, La Micrtn Liiie aiifl South CIIICK.O, ILL. E. Sloonc, proprietor, (late of Syracuse, N. V.) This llouxc lias been thoroughly rcllltcd und newly fur- nished. Omnibuses always In nttindnuce lo convey passengers to and from the houi-e. llaggngc free. 00 per iltiy.________________2 AV. U. WATERMAN, Htorngc, Forwarding and Commlsilon Merchant, South Pier, Undue, Wis. Particular attention paid to the J'urvAane nnd SMpmrnt of frtxluce. Hell i Ullnmn, Leo A- Dick-son, W. T. Klchmoud, Isaac Taylor, Jlaelne; Jaekman A Smith, Lawrence, Strong A- Co., H. O. WlUon, J. L. Kliaball A Co., Holden, Kemp A Co.. Jantttltlf. ELDREDGE A PEASE, 'Attorneys, CouiMcllori and Solicitors, will attend to the prosecution and'iettlcinent of all claims. Bounty Land nnd other claims against the United States   D03ION, SIlSS. LIFE, FIIIE, Live STOCK AND MAIUNK RISKS negotiated to any amount. Refer to overSlO.OOO OO JL.OHHVN paid in Uock county. Ojfivf n-lttiA'ti'fflt'ridSoi-ton, Krrfutiiye Jifoel; ll't'j aide of Hirer, Junestille, tt'liwiMln. Jyll DODOK. Fire Insurance Agency, CONTINENTAL INSfUANCi: CO.MI'ANY Cily of New uliulf million ufDullarx, all paid In tasli nnd snlely Invested. IIOMK INSURANCK COMPANY. No. 10, Wall street, Nuw York, Cash Cnpltal SSOO.UOO. Thn ubovo nrn tho ino-'t sound nnil rullnblo ntock niivv dolim business, nnd Kiili-orlln-r U propuri'il to luldi risks In them nt mieh rulet an niakn It un object for pcTKotm denrliiL' to bo calcly intiirvd lu taliu iiullclca In enini) inli'M. J. HUXroilD, Apt-nt. Moynoiii. :tu Life, Fire illarinc Ins. Agency. TIIL3 subscriber is now prrparrd to neKOtlate Iniiirance on of Condi, Dwelling4 and Furniture to any amount in tin.- bcit New Kiiginnd and New York City cuuiiwnki. Marine tuken at rutei. Milwaukee, Refer to A. WniTTi'MiiiiH, linn of A. Wliltlviunrc ,t To. C. T. IIIUDI.KV, do. Ilraillev i Sletcalf. O. Nuiutu, do. U. J. Ntziio. do. H. JUn.tn tu. JL Dankerx. Janesville. Houmx, KL-MP i Co., A. W, Wm.niocK, II. Woomirir. CHAS. PL'I.KEU, Olttve in Moi June l.'illi, tsTil. ____ __ 41tf Eugland Mutual Life Jns.A Of Button, Mats., Churlrredin 18-13, Clip! fill ucctiiiutltitiuii, THIS Company is one of tho oldest, and the moat prudently anil Hiicceinfullv conducted In the country. The primary object lu con- ducting IN busline Inn been to provide perfect curlty under all conceivable clrcuiiHlunevi, for the pay- ment uf lt f tho company. TUAVKUNO Wnntr-d for Wisconsin, Iowa, illnncsotii, Illinois, Indlann nnd .Michigan, N. W. Piesldent. II. 1'. IIoi-Kixs, Secretary. C. C. OWN, Gen. Abcnt. Ii. J. F.tiiWKi.L, Treasurer. 4iyt DR. L. ARNOLD, ___ DENTIST, Exchange Ulocb, West end upper bridge, Milwaukee at. Jancsvllle, April D4 PHEWING Boxes at wholo- v> :alo. HOI-DEN, KEMP CO. OILL i'.ILL of thu Subscribers ia 11011- Operation. They lire prepared to furnish OH, nil reiuly to buy nny of Seed offered to them. Kin-lucre can bo supplied with teed fur planting thu coming PiirchiiHers can rely with confidence on gcttlnc a I'lJIlK AHTICLE OK LINSKKl) as ivr line nothing but Good Seed, riiicf no itititlttrtitttHi tittntrtif. C. lirSTIN, WM. .Tiincnvillc, Feb. IBtb, '.Mtf Contractors for Hcmsc-Biiiidiug, JN J.YNKSVILLK, .MADISON, HELOIT, and aurruuntlinff country. OXK of thu Finn, im Architect, imil riituttcitl Imlldur In the City of New York for twenty-three years will draw wltlniitt charge, (when the con- tritctli tiiKeii bytbe nthcrwiKo the luuul f. HAGUE A CO. Janesvllle, Feb. 2ad, ISM. Hfltf WK nro now receiving by Railroiul THREE MILLION' FKKT of Assorted Reasoned Lu.uber, lit Our Depot anil Fill eld's Old Yard, ut the, enil of the New llrldge, -ind will sell at adding Ilullroad freight. Vfe also have on band a large aiwortraent of SAfll OK ALL SIZES, UOORP, WINDOW BLINDS, CHAIN PUMP TCBINQ. K.VVK TROUGHS, MOLDINOJt. I'tniitd niut Jfntched J-'lam'tnff mill flatted Siding, Warranted Shingles, Lath, Give us a call, and let Miow you through before vrsithig the Lake. II. C. BUM. Jt CO- January 29, 1853. _ uitr Musical MRS. S. FUOKD be htippy to give hi- Strnctlon In Sluslc to those may desire It, nt her residence on Jackson street, three doore south of the Methodist Church. TERMS: Piano Forte mujlc, ftj lossone including the use. oS in- strument 00 Organ Mulsc und Thorough 00 REFERENCES: Bey. William Stiinuton, PAtsiVam, N. Y. Itev. I. O. Hubbard, MuncJicsUr Nt II. Hiimllton Collier, Esq., Cincinnati, Ohio. David S. Lee, Esn., Chicago 111. J. Hod well Doe, I John K. Itnbcoek, 2Itf Justices' Blanks for tale at this ofllcc. JDhicago Advertisements, firiiV WIIOLISALI: IN Straw, Leghorn Fancy Bonnets, Flowers, Kilboiis, Miflincry Goods, Huts, Cups. Ifil HOl'TH WATKIl PTIIKKT, (Corner of L.i Siille NEW PAPER WAREHOUSE, 'IUIE Subset ibi'i-s Imviiif; (ipuned n Wnrcboitsc A In IhU city respectfully call the attention of Printers, Publishers, Stationers COUNTRY MERCIIA NTS, TO THIIIlt STOCK. Our IOIIR experience In thu iMHlnesi aii'l connection ivllh KaHtern Sl.initrjctiners, enables im to present u QUA LIT 1' AXJ> PRICK. flOO Tosas wnntc-d. WVIlltK.V A CO. _ t.a y.illd tllneK. No. g l..i Chicago. r "BENEDICT" Uo VHiolosalo Doalora IN AND ASIKIIICAN llluck tk Ciiswnrrct cfr LONDON ANI> I'AltIS YiaTINOH. HKAVY AND Sf.MSIKU HTCFIV, itd.iptid to SIunTi  Call and Examine his fyccimcns, nhcther they wish likenesses or not. Among these specimens are Miniatures of Henry Clay, John P. Hale, Jenny l.lnd r ami General Torn Thumb. Instructions given In the art on reasonable terms. Janesvllle, Dec. UILDER sT Materials Furnished. nplIE SUBSCRIBER in now prepared to fur- nlsli IIUILDINO MATERIALS In any CEHAPKH limn can bo sold any, where else lu thin vl-, chilly. Woiklng one of the very best Quarries In the State, and possessing superior facllltless for Gifting Out and Stone, manufacturing himself Quick Lime, and having put In perfect operation his Mill for the manufacture of Water Lime, he cnn offer supe- rior Inducements to builders for the purchase of these articles. Ills. Water Lime, ]lan been fully tested, and found to bo of on excellent quality, and he Is now prepared to WARRANT It In ull cases, mid offer It at a price making It an object to buy. Jn furnishing Building Stone, It U notion much to say ho is In advance of nil compel. Itors. He can furnish them, In the rough, or In nny quantity, or of any sljc, cheaper tlmn can Us found eljcnherc, Quick Lime, Always on hand, orders can be filled, njtn.ll Uuw, and to any extent. Tlic vubscriber has IIQW Invested a large amount of CnpjUl tu Operations, nnd has fjuircd, uo. yxpense lu perfecting Ills works, nnd will give careful attention to tho of lira >IU location and the convenience o.f easy access to Ida Mill nnd Quarry, together with the superior character of his Slatcrhlls, Induces him to believe Unit ke can glva piitlsfaellon to all who call upon him. C. DUSTIN. Juiiesvtllc, Jau. 10, lOtf QUEEN CITY have the sole agency for these celebrated Vurnlsh- es for this city; a, full received JylO IIOLUKN, KEMP A Co, Summer Arrangement. 1864 MILWAUKEB 1854 And Mississippi Railroad. NOW iii operation from Milwaukee to Mntl- MM) milex. On und nfli-r .May 2'Jih, Id." I, thu trains 111 run at GOI.N'Q WKSTWARDLV. A pjifvi-llifer tr.iln will Ira u Mllwaukru ill A. .M., ariivi) ut JiniciUlli' ill IV A. M ut -Mn.lUon, Hie cnpllal ol lln'Huur. ill I'. M, A triln will b'uvc Mllwniiki'u lit 5, IS M., oil IJK> arrival of boat fiom ('Inciii-'ii, and HMCll J.nil'svillc mill Mndliioii thu enlllg. GOING EASTWARDLY. A Iniln will Mndinon forthr prrwnl nt :i mid Jiinritllli-nl 5 A. .M nnd nrritu nt .MlUviiuUee in H. A. M.. In tlmo to eyiinecl with Ihu bii.it to i. hie no. Ir.iln will Icavn MndlKon at I'. .M., nnd JanuMlllual 3.30 V .M., ami i> at Mil- wmiki'o ut 7 P .M., In tlinulu connect with tliuu veiling boat tor Clitcauti Kn-lxht Innim run every thu untlru lenuth of the ruml. biuKtn ulil run in with the cam In nnd from tin1 1'lin-Hl lluusi-uml VVIiltnw.Uur, lo U'lilertuwn, I'urt nil dii l.uc. HI-.IVIT D.iin, llurlciin, U'mipnn mul llerlln, wlilcliwill roininenri1 runnlny; on und uUer Jiinu HJlli. rrcnri.I.iiH'-iv Illennil Hinlk, llnnibnii, Illu, Mlni'nil I'olnt, 1'lureiici', Ciiluna, and to rnrioii' olbcr porHim" of Hie Ktnlv. lire- lickelud In nnd Irom Mudlron lo Clil- en ill VKJ iitnl lo and Irom Illu tu Chlcugo at The price from Mllhvankeo In nil rattiirn piilntH It tin.1 K.IIIIII ui Irmn Chicago, which iniiLi-d thu N. II. i- .Mlhvuukte route Ilieclu-npcut bv iloll.iri. II. IIKODIIK Kiivineur and .Siiperliilfinlenl. Michigan Central Railroad, Central 1C. K. Canada Jtailrond ojtcn from Detroit lo Niagara Ftttls. Only Direct nnd L'oiinrrlnlLinc of Railroad FKOM Chicago to Albany, New York fy Boston. COINCJ EAST noiv the NEW fllOUT IIOUTK. amSJlnu it loan ctacatlimii juifrney iirouml south short of Ei If. 80 miles !c" than by Michigan und Nur Voik Central 13 inllcH lest than by Mlchlgin Southern and N. V. .1 Frlc llailroadf to New York. The dlxtiince H.iM-d, the caoy anil larfe amount of air line, make It flic nioxt toiitv to IlulTalo, Vork unit Itoxton. MOKX1XG Leaver Chicago dally at 7 A. M. KVKXtXi; KXPREbS Leaves Thlgaijo dully (Saturdayt ut I'. M. CoiinertliiK at Detroit nllh Morning IJxprcm for Ni- agara arrlvlni; In llulfalo name and York next morning. MornhiK train fiiim Chicago connects at Mieljljjiin City nlih N. A. X liallroad for I.-iInyelle, Cincinnati, I.ouNt Ille. Daylnn, Ilelltfuntalue, Co- I'lltibnrgli nnd I'hlladelphl.i. The only route by nulvh can be ticketed to the abuM- pla- iv Inking this route will find new and commodious gentlemanly conductors and at e i- checked thro1 to Niagara Falls. TIIItOLT.H fold at the .Michigan Central Railroad Olllce, 111 the .Merchant's lintel, J incMlIlc. til______________________P. S. UOOmVIN, Agent. GREAT AVESTKR.V MAIL ItOUTE! CIIItiTGO UNION R. R, AND MADISON AND DIXON AND IOWA t'KNTKAI. VO Tmins will k-avo tlnlly, (Sun- day  SI. !t !Ci I'M, -I -43 I'M. itcioit is ;n A si, i-j M. 1 ICi 1' M, C 15 P SI. I'ai'eitRorn frmu Dlxon, Oregon, Ac., Irnve IJDIC, 'Hickory drove) at 15 1'. SI., and nrrho nt Chlcai.'u it 0 .M 1'. SI. ConiiecllniM mnde past with nil the prcat caKlern Inei to Ilulfalo, New Vnrk, llooton, I'hilailelphta, I'lttP- mrKli, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Iinlinuopolif, Ceiitr.il and Southern .T. II. TCllNIIIl, Superintendent. ChlcnRO, Mny 1, 18.M. FBENCU. VARIETY STORE, V. JO UAXX 13 AUEiT, DUAI.KR IN BOOKS. CLOTHING YANKEE NOTIONS. IE above a more JL. Mlnlatiiru in llrt innincy, Is convened Into a Lnrgo nnd Itlch Siorf. Illleil to nvcrtlilwlng iiilh an ciitlruly Pftfv.- tftoclc otSTANOAnU WORKS, Now nnd Cheap it mul nud Papi't- ol Iho luliat sljliit, Triinspurunt Shades, Curds, Rollers and RncU 1'iillies, Fashionable Siinuncr NTLEaiKNV FURNISHING GOOUH, IIATS AND CAPS, iiutrra ANO snots, li full cargo of Fancy brought from HIM Cr.istal P.ilacu, uud liclcclvU vxpruitl) lor thu Juiicit- vll'lo l.ndlrf. LOOKING, GLASSES, JEWELRY, Gold Port Canl Culh-ri fmm-ry, Kims, Zt-phyr Alco, Coinna nnil llruahea of ull descriptions, Rlbbonu Kdglntr, Rnilds, Tlircnd, Silk, Twist, rioss und liuttons in vnrl Music, Games, Toys, Confectionery, Clyurs and Tobacco. It In n Perfect Exhibit Ion, with n I'rco dojm open at ull hotira. Dual ivllh Ibu rrunchiimn, hu tlio gronU'sl vurletv of guods In Iho clly, und-duca not chiirnu u cenk moru Ihiin nny other inDrcliiinl. the vorth uf your It, Iho mollo of V. JOUANNUAULT. Juno IM. 1KU, _ _ -10 METALLIC J3URIAL Subscriber In agent for the nalo of these cni U prepared to fiirnhm them nt ull thncf, at I' Wore Room on .Main utrcet. Jancavllle, July IQlli. ISM._________1_1_______ WARRANTY PKl'.ng for nt this ofllcc. MM J'lIOI'lllKTOU OP THU JEWELRY AM) VARIETY STORE, UAS .JUST RECEIVED n Liu-go mid IScputI-. fid assortment of New 81} IM of Fall and Wiiitor GoodN, U'lilcli In nildltlon tn former Slock, Ml Hip- ply the Utlfr PKIll'KCT AND KXTKSBIVE of any U the Wwt. nnij bu found Fine English Lever Gold Watches, AUoit variety of ANCHORS nnd LKPINK, Hunting and Open Face. KnglUh Lever, Anchor ana Liplnu MLYEIl HIS STOCK OF JEWELRY Coniprlfcii the inixt beautiful and fnrlilonublc article! mining which may be found a, t nlvnilU) luuij-tmeiit New fljlo llrnces, Knr and FhiKcr tldM lloid Pcnclln, Cold iiml Silver Spcclac'aii. full, liiiurd and Clmlnn, Fob uinl Kelt Itiaklcj, Kcali, Walch tleexc Crnvutj und Jiosoin 1'lin, Ac. Ac. SILVER W A R JiJ ('onuliitlngof Plain nnd Threaded Tea and table Spoons, Table Korku, Duller KnlvvK, Jrulf Knlvci, t'uKar I.udleit und Halt Hlnl Mtmtaril Tobacco ull warranted to be of ipmllly filial to American Coin HIS STOCK OF PLATED GOODS I'vnuUU of Canlurii, Cake llankctf Cird JlecctTcri, Tea, Tublu, Duntcrt, Suit nnil Mustnrd Ppoons, Ten, Table, IMnlng and Dcsfcrt Foilu, llntter Knlvci, ic. He. A lot or VIM! HH1TTANIA TEA POTS Neir Stylo. A Uood AsKortmcnt of UKltMAN SILVKR OOOD8. rlllNA HITS. Motto Cupi and Hauccri, Cjiidlc Stlckn, Curd Vnug-, Mug.i and Cutlery. A lot of fine THblu Cutlery, 1'ocket KnlVCi, SclMonl, HUZOM, ic., Ac. far! Monnoies, Accordcons, Flutes, Toy Hooks, Song Sooks, Note Paper, Enrr topes, Novels. Toys! Toys I 1 Toys! 1 1 Child thauld have noinu. c: LOOKS. Time pkco, ornaiiieiitul und plain, vrarrantctl to keep fioo.l Time. I.OOKINI) OI.AHSr.S, Illrd Blot- India Itubber Kattlvx, Balli, Toyj, ic, WATCH and CLOCK ATCH KS Clciincd i.nd Ill-paired to pus- 1'ald for Cnllfornla Oold nnd old Sllrir. H. 0. Hl'AULDINO. 1'it.f. A. C. SIMCER, I'linclpnl. Mirf. M. .SJ'ICCU, TooclicM OTHKIt nnil nre to be IniniedlHti-ly. Calendar for 1854- 5 5. first Term opcim WedncudnySi-pt. clorci Wcdnej- day Die. Gib. Secoinl TcruiupniH Widnenday Deo. clcucn Wcd- Thlid Term upini March 28th July -Hh, EXPENSES. Tulliiiii per Ttrin, (mm 00 to (I (XI Munlriin Piano 10 Oil Tainting 7 1'elicllliirf 00 Crayon Pnllillnir S W Watei Color r.ilnlltiK 00 Tuition intiKt nettled i.NVAiil In Avi- per cent will dc dcduclcd for jtnvAM'B PAYMhxr. BOARD. Un.inl mnv be ciljl allied In yrlv.ilc fanilllcn, or B'HU (he Principal nnd family lit the lowest ponidblc prlco for which bunrd eon at Ihu tlim- lio >fc ndi verll-e price fur board, Imping that there may be n fall .'rom the present price of board bcfor; our fall tCMIl OptllK. Ilonmsln nlilch mny board may be oblalncii lit varying prices, nccordlng to thu quality anil cnpacltv of the roonid. BUILDING. Ac. A coiuninilliiui and tlicant Ac.iilctnlc edtnco, con- Mruclvd ofnlilto brick and !n the bent ntylr, In pro- grcf of erictfon by the of the Academy, and to be eompletcd for the imu of the Tall Term. rhiluKophlral, Cliemlc.il, IMiynlolivxIcal, llotanlc.il, and Astronomical apparntiH U to be Immediately pur- ch.iKeil. A l.lbrury U lu progress of collection for Academy. lj t e stiidctil be present from the lint to the dnr of t-nch term The course of Imdructlon trill aim at tbor- ouirliiiiM of und inviitul discipline, wbllo the heallh, niinuu r.< aiul morale of Btiulents bu caicfull.T regiirilitL I., r. MAXON, President. A. C. i-nci.it, Secretary. Milt June LMith, IsM. 43 The Spring Summer Campaign OF 1891 NOW THK WAR AGAINST PRICES 18 8TIL1, PRO- tillESSINR AT THi: UtlEA'l' UKWUI.At oi' TIII: i) icv coons IN ROCK COUNTY, TIIK New York Cash Store SYti'J'JM TltlUWHAWI Goods Vhtajtcr Hunt crrr brfore JW. C. SilllTII A HE nan- roccivilifr nt thrir nbxt door lo the Olllce, tui Immense Slock of .Merchandise. Conslatlns of FANCY AND STAPLE DRY Made ClolhiOR, lloiinctK, HalH Ilnolx and times, und (irqcerleji, ,i C.irpilK, I'loor Clolhf, i --i And Ihc most flcnernl Ansorlut.'nf.of ALf-KINP3 MntCHANDieE. offer At Jbr in thtit City, bought entirely for UAHH.iuiit trill be rolcl In tlu came waj at prices thai will ilcfy nil comixMllti.n; M. C. SMITH i'Cfl. Jaiimvllle. 18lh; New Tin Shop, HAVING secured tho 'tin experi-' enccd workman from and'proctin-d nt) entire new Ml of Machlicry and TooU.wlth all mederif Improvements, we arc p'fpiircd to execute all orders, FOR TIN, COPPER AND SHKCT IRON WARK, In the hot manner nnd at reduced prices. We keep continuity on hand n full assortment of Tiu Trimmings, Hollow Ware, Stove to n hlch ire Invite the ntlCDtlqn of TJX r.i vi: TRovana aVTTKiis made In older, and put up defpjtclj Phop In the biuunent. ,.o; W" 1NES te LIQUORS. Seignclto, MurU-ll and Ilimlnn, nnd Pule IlraiiillcJ, Choice Old Wines of all togelhrr wllli Hie 'Iho S8 the quiilltlcj cnn be _ OIL, in Bnskctu and Bettys,   

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