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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - October 24, 1861, Janesville, Wisconsin                               I S U R A C E -A. 3Ft T O FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY, a y 19 I860. ASSETS. Cash on hand and in bank 11 Cash in hands of Agents, and in coarse of S9 Cash loaned on call 00 Bill receivable for loans amply secured, 70i223 69 IW1 estate, nnincunibered, (cash value) 15.000 00 stock in Hartford, in'k'tval. 00 00 107.565 00 00 00 00 Of Ofllce Of Commissioners of School and "University MADISON, JULY 16TH, 1861. j" 2KK) New York, tf60 Boston, 400 St.Lonia, railroad and other Hartford City Bonds, 6 per cents... State stocks, (Tennessee, Ohio, Jkiichlgan, 6 per cents, 20 snares State Bank CO 00 58 Total Total 72 Insurance against loss damage by fire, on Dwel- lings, Furniture, Storey, Wttrelmnsea, Merchandise, Mills, Manufactories, and moat other kinds of property, can be effected iu this company upon as favorable terms as the nature of the risks and security of policy-holders will admit. Tho above Is the oldest company doing business In this stAle, and with, pecnliar propriety has been denom- inated The Old an indemnity to the insured, it rpfers to a solid million of assets well invest- ed; RAtl if anything were needed to commend it to the public for liberal patronage, we might offer its history of success in business and honorable dealing with its patrons, for over half a ceutnry, as amply sufficient for the pnrpoae.- Policies issued without delay by ainay9dtf K. WHITAKER, Agent. Guard Against Fall and Winter Fires BY CHOICE INSURANCE WITH THE STATE OP WISCONSIN, Tlie follcwins; described lands in Rock county having been forfeited by reason of COUNTY OF DANE. j thu non-payment of interest, notice is hereby given, that the same will beoffared for sale at public auction, at the office of the Secretary of State, at the Capitol, in Madison, and the 3d day of De- cember, A D 1861. "unless ?oonor redeemed; said sale to commence at 9 o'clock A M, and continue from day to tlaj- until all of said lands shall hare been so oifurerl, at the price named opposite each tract, which includes the amount due at the time of forfeiture, the interest tip to the first day of January, A D 18C2, the taxes returned jsiliist such land, tho cost of advertising, and ot the sumo, nnd five per cent damages. Said lamls will bi> sold .subject to all taxes tisacssed against the same, and not Includedherein. The percentage ot tlie principal payable at the time of the purchase, will be fixed by the commissioners, and will not be lesa than ten per cent. Paid Isimls will be offered by counties, arranged in alphabetical order, and na published in tins paper. L. P. HAKVKY, sep8dl3w SAMUEL D. HASTINGS, JAMES H. j missioners of School and University Lands ROCK LANDS. INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Conn. Incorporated Perpetual. Cash Capital, Atuolmte and Unimpaired. Net Surplus of 72, and the prestige of-10 experience. Upwards ol IfOsaes have been paid by the JEtna Insurance Com- pany mthe past forty years. The value of insurance will be apparent from the following LOSSES PAID BY THE daring the past five years In Ohio, S3 Michigan, IO'J.055 07 40 04 102.399 16 A B Carpenter, do D W Inmftn, .Tamos TUchardsou, J II Cranipton, Arthur Phut, don C Molt. Benjamin VTygitn' W C.'irtwright, SF Nichols, Benjamin Ilntso! M Birmingham S L do .iohn J Orton, do- R J Richardson, Botkin Seavei, S Fassett, do Botkin i Seaver. B DHolton, John J Orton, do do E D lloiton, do John J Orton do i i o 5 TI i d raj 03 a ne ;074 00 7 lial 5 sw 04 8 nw GO 5 i 1'Je nw lie ne 00 5 ne ne 00 6 50 aw J38el 00) 5 84 1 1 2 fr in? nw (Y BO 00 22 OOi 15 00 7 no 00 17 se 00 26 36 i A- State of Wisconsin. COUNTY COURT, MILWAUKEE COUNTY. Solomon Adler, plff, agst Barnett Nathan, Roaotta Na- than, bis wife, William T Moak, Morris Schleusinger, John Dalilman, Timotliy Uore, O'Neil, An- thony Lairrence, Phillips, defts. IN pursuance and by Tirtue of a judgment and de- cree of and sale of ttie county court for tho county of Milwaukee, made ou tho 20th day of June, A D 1801, ia fovor oi thii ahove named plaintiff and against the defendants above named, I will sell at public auction, to highest bidder, aa the law directs, on TBE 6th DAZ'tf NOVEMBER, A D 1801, at ten o'clock that day, in the circuit court room iu the city of in the county of Rock, Wisconsin, the following described mortgaged prem- ises, or so much as may be necessary to raise the interest and costs, together with the expetlaes of saie, to wit lots num- ber fourteen and. fifteen..; and the northeast quar- ter of- lot in block number ono; alao lots number four, tfvet eight, nine and ten in block number two; also lot; number six in block num- ber six also lots number three, four, six, seven, eight, nine and ten in block-uumbelr nine; also lots, number four and five in block number ten; also lots number one, two, three, four, five an'd six in block number olev- en also lots number ono, two, three, lour, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten in' block number twelve; also lots number nine and ton Ia..blocJ; number four- teen; also lots number one anottiwo block number fifteen, all in tho village of Fulton, the county of Kock, in the state of Wisconsin, aogordLag to the record- ed plat of said. village of Fhltdri'jjtsaia lots in block number ono being subject nevertheless to a certain bond given by H Pease to out, Henry Bently for the sale thereof, and said lots in blijok number ten being likewise subject to a bond given byianid: Pease to one Thomas Wlrusher for the sale thereof.-tDa.ted September 9th, 1801. S. J. M. PUTNAM, HMITH SAIOKOIT, Sheriff of Rouk Conn ty. PUFs Attys. Milwaukee. sepl3d6w Kentucky, Missouri, Iowa Min. Fenn. Vi> 8-2 Indiana, Illinois, Tennessee, Kansas A Neb., ArKan. it On., 81 Uli.030 81 41 41 77 90 Mississippi and Alabama, 18. FIRE ANJD NAVIGATION KUka accepted at terms consistent with solvency and fair profits. Especial attention given to Insurance for terms of 1 to 6 years, of DWELLINGS AND. CONTENTS. ZThe solid service long and successfully tried, and the nianT advantages the .cEtna Insurance Company seas in its lino, should not be overlooked by those ready to insure aud understanding their bests interests. During "striuRent times" the necessity for reliable Insurance becomes au imperative duty the ability oi property holders to sustain loss being then much less- Agencies in all the principal cities and towns through- out the state. Policies issued without delay, by ftuy ol tha duly authorised agents of the company. 49" Business attended to with despatch and fidelity. sepl4caw3m U. W. COLLINS. Agent. Fire, and Marine. Metropolitan Fire Insurance Company, New York City CAPITAI. A-fD SCBPI.CS, Niagara Fire Insurance Company, New York City. CAPITAL AOT SUKPLES, J Park Fire Insurance Company, New York City. CiPTIiL AKB Sonw-CT, Phenix Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn, L. T. OAFITAI. ASD SKBPLUS, Montauk Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn, L. I. OAFITAt. AITD Springfield Fire Marine Ins. Co., -Springfield, Mass. CAPRAI. AJO SuaHLBs, TIES abore are Krst papular, andprompt povinfi'COjnpanies. They inTite investigation into ilrcondhi GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE Foi1 County. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, ROCK COTNTY, TTISHOSSIN.) NOTICE is hereby that at. the General Elec- tion tube hold in tho several warJs nml election precincts in the state of Wisconsin, ou Tuesday succeeding the first Monday, being the fiftti rif No- vember nwxt, the following officers nre to ho elected, (o wit: A Governor, in the place of Alexamlur W lUnrlall; a Governor, in Uie of llnttf-r Noble a Secretary ofStnte, in the pluoo of Lou is Harvry a Stute Treasurer, in tho placer ofSamuul 1) nn Attornpy Genornl, iu the place of II a Bank Comptroller, in the place of Ouyfihert Van Stocii- wyk: a State Superintendent, in the place-of Josiali L Pickard; and a State Prison CmiimiHHidnLT, iu the place ol" Utuis C llopr, whoso sy-vuml oilier will expire on the 31 at day of Dcceuibcr, If-lGl.' At election thn following oil: ex- rs fire to bo cl net fid in tlu> flftid county of Ifnck. to wit: A meinlmr of nxsumtly for the assembly difitricts 1st. tlic town.i ..f CentPi-, J'orti-r and Union. 1M, the of Fulton. Kanuony, Lintu find Milton. the towns of Unulford, Oliiilon. Johnstown and Ln Pi'iii- ric. 4th. -ho city of Heloit nnd tho towns ot 'i'lirtk- and Beloit. 5th, the' city of (.ith, tlm towns of Avon, Newark, Plymouth, Kock nnd Spring Valley. A Coi ouiuy Supfirinteiidont of Schools for .snid county (ex- the nity of a County Supervisor fin- said county at largo and Ctnmty in the several supervisor districts, (hoiny tho nnnie as tlic an- acinbly districts aoove named.) At tho mine election the queslkm will be t'ikeii npnu thi> by tho people, of the amendments propos- ed to the General Bunking Law, by chapter 242 of Iho Qenerfll Laws of 1801, as amended by chapter 1 of th General Lnwn of the Extra ot 18013 iw follows CHAPTER 242. A.1 AMENDED TiY CHAPTER I, .'lESSION'. AX ACT to amend tho General Banking Law, arid the aeveral acts amendatory thereof. The People of tha State of Wisconsin in AVn- atf, and Assembly do enact as follows: SECt'iON 1. Section 22 of chapter 71 of tin- Ri virip-d Statutes, with tbe (tu-'e chapter 98 of the- of islierehy iLiiK'.jid- od as follows: bv strtkiug out tho following worda: stocks to be valued at a rato to bo entimated and governed by the average rate at which have been sold in the city of New York, the next .si." preceding tho timo when such Htorfc left on depog tt- with the compti-ollcr." By mil the words equal to." and insertirii; ufti-r the words l( not the words '-in vultif." By striking out the following words: But such public stot filuill iiiallcasowbo, urbe made to be equal to a stock pr.'idiK'imj aix per cent per annutn; and it not, be luwl'iil ior tho bank comptroller to take sunb utnck at a rut.j Jiliovc its par vulue, nor above it3 current uiHikct lalut in ihn city of New York at ihu time of deposit.', by nncli per- son or association of and by in-iertjnK hi lieu thereof the lollowing; and it dlml! be htwf'itl fur tlio ank comptroller to iasut lor public Block which bavo uen ranging at or fluriiiKthehwt-iJxin.JiitiH. nd up to the time of depute in the New Yt.rk market, rciilatiiig notes up'to par value of ut the comptroller ahull not issue, for public Htrxrkd anging below par in wild rnarltet, juoro circnhiLiyn lan ninety per cent of thr current market value ol'.said ocks at the time of depose, nor than ninetyper cut t-f the average market viihic during the last six .ontlifl; und for such stocks during tlic uust MIX ,ontha have been at and above an well ai Ixiluw par, le comptroller shall not issue more than ninety pi.tr ent of the average value diiriiiK tlio last six niontiis, or in afty event more than ninety per cent of its mnr- et value on the day of more than ninety thjilrc hion and solicit business entirely upon their real merits. In point of solvency and reliability and r honorable dealing, they have equals, and no su- nerimi. lliey are founded upon the very best securities In the first class bonds and mortgages upon property in New York and securities that have not, for the past ten years, depreciated below par, Bad are every way more reliable and permanent than- railroad, bank, and other stocks, which are subject to the fluctuations of the market, and liable, in tima 0} panic, as the experience of the past teaches, to become And while there are Companies entering the field of competition, well calcu- lated to mislead by publishing partial and one-tided statements of their condition, and without a cash sur- plus ou band sufficient to reinsure their outstanding risks, above named companies always have and keep over end above their capital tiaice the araonnt, and in most times, needed for the reinsurance of all their -isles. With such a foundation, and with such a condition, they claim the right to look with confidence to the public for liberal patronage. Policies Usued without delay, and farms risks for a series of years taken at less rates than can be done by Mutual Companies, and a certainty given instead ot an uncertainty. All losses promptly adjusted and paid. New York Life Insurance Company, CASH CAJTTAI. all well invested for the benefit of Polioy holders, so that the profits of this vast sum pay a large proportion ot their annual premiums. This is unquestionably the very best Life Company doing bnsiness in this state. F. WHITAKKR, Agent. OSes in Young America Store, Myers' Block. Ibs. Wool Wanted AT THE JANESVILLE WOOLEN FACTORY. HAV1N3 put their machinery in perfect order, the subscribers are now ready to manufacture woo into STOCKING YARN, AC., on the most reasonable terms. We shall make onr goods ia the most substantial manner, and will warrant thorn wfjhalfmake Brown, Bine, Green and Mixed Cassfcneres; Cadet and Steel Mixed Satinets White, Mixed, Ked and Checked Fan] uels; also, various kinds of Stocking Turn, such ns White, Red, M li- ed, Clouded, We on shares, by the yard, or buy you wool at the highest rates and cloth at reasona- ble prices, !is yon prefer. 5 onr Custom Carding Machine into th >rder, and are determined to do the bes e in the west, and would recommend farm ers'tohaTe their flnewool well cleaned at home or a bctorr. Never ma soap inclensing wool, as salt anc Ul joda is better. We shall keep a good supply of MIXED AKD WHITE ROLLS on hand, for sale at foir prices. Cloth Dressing! We shall attend primptly to this branch, aiso to color lug old Garments, ihr.wis, ic. Atao, carpets washed o short notice. Those wishing to send wool to carded, raanatactur ed or exchanged for cloth, by railroad, will please by mall, what they want and they may rely on hav iae their business done satisfactorily. We have mad arrangements with Messrs. Cogswell 4 Co., of Beloit west Sde of river, to receive wool of those living near o doing bnsinws at that place, whir h we will attend to ac cording to directions. anted! In exchange for Cloth and Soap, Woo Grease, old Rolls and most kinds of Gram, for which th highest prices will be allowed. Please give na a call. Jaaemilla. March gONg in Change of Proprietors purchased from Mr.platt Eycleahimer h nterest in IVHoAt; 3VErir.lac.ot in ihe center of the Mllwankeo street bridge, and wi hereafter continue the tauinesa, AJ in times past, this market will he supplied wit eTerything pertaining to the business, and I shall en doivor to maintain the imputation it has acquired tmde the.har.eof August 29, 1860. aaSOdtf cr cent of the par vrUno of auch aid socl-tOP shall hcnnotYirth read JIH ver, hereafter, any person or iwaociiitioii pprsniis, ormcd the purpose of banking iinilor f tills chapter, fihnli duly aswifcu nnd trunsfiM-in trust f} the treasurer of state, tiny [-ortiuu ot the jmlmt; tucks issued or to be Inffiied by tho Uniti'd StuH-a "i- ny state stocks, ou which uch porseu or aHHocintion of persons shall Im entitled receive from tho bank coniptrolUrr (in amount of riiich irculating notes of iliffcrt-nt dciiominatinnfi. n'-nKtH'ed nd counteralgnnd, nnd not exceeding in value the mount of public stocks assigned anil tninforn'd UH foreaaid; and it ahall be lawful for the bank complrol- er to isaue for public atockn, whicli Imvt1 been ranging t or above par during the last six months, and up he time of dcposite in tho New York market, circulrtt- ng notes up to the par value of said stocks, but the omptruller sliall not issue for public atocka ranging ow par in said market, inorts circulation than ninety er cent of the eurront market value; of said stockn ut lie time of depowite, nor more tlmn ninety per cent of he avenge market value dnrlne the last HX nd for auch stocks as during the lawt numths have jeen at and above as well as below par, the comptroller hall not issue more tlmn ninetyper cent uf the jivi-r- ge value during the last six inoiitliR, nnr iu :uiy noro thauninfitv per cent of its market value unilu- ay of deposits, lior more than ninety jier cent nf tlie aar value of ancli stocks: Provided, that if in the onin- on of the bank comptroller, togpther vt-ith the governor stocks ofTcrwl shall bpilec-m- d inBccnro, they shall not be received as uuch -wnntien nder the pvovisions of tliis act; (mdprnvidn-l.fitrthrr, hat from und after thu first day of December, 1HG1. tiu.- jank comptroller shall not receive as security for I'tir- ulating bank notes, any oLlier publu: tlum th uni- ssued by the state of Wiscnnnin ttnd the Unit.-d SUti-s. SEC. 'Z. Any public stocks described in the prrcecd- ng section, and issued at a rate of inu-iv.-t Ic.-is Ihan ive per cent per annum, to bo by tin1 bunk comptroller, shall be made to be equal to stocks pmdiiL-- igfive per cent per annum. SEC-3. Section 40 of clmpter 71 ol the Jlevisc-d Sui- ted, is hereby amended by inserting between tin1 wonla located" and iu tho 19th line of siiiii section. the words "or to tho jmlgu at chambers." !KC. 4, Every bank and banking nuw or- ganized in tins state, and all banks und hanking iwsuci atlons thntaliall be organized before tlm 1st of duy Decem- ber, 1801, except such banks nnd Imnkiug JWfiocmtiunH as aro or may hereafter be located hi tin.- Mil- waukea and Madison, slinll, on or before paid first day tion or payment, and on inhisoffiaoihe noten ao presented, be subject to tbe same penalties, and bo proceeded against in tlie same maim fir, as is now pro- vided by law for canes where the circulating notes of any bank or banking association, are protested for non- payment, unless the comptroller shall be satisfied that there Is a good and legul dofouce against the payment of auch notes. SEC. 12. Every bank and banking association shall redeem its circulating notes as now provided by law, "nut hi CUSP of neglect or refusal to redeem it's on presentation at itn counter, and of protent therefor, such yank or bunking association, if not located within the city of Milwaukee or the city of Madiauu, uiiall nut be liable to tho holder of such notes lor damages: Provid- fd, it shall within flituen days after receiving notice from the comptroller to pay the same, redeem suid notes in the lawful money of the United with interest at tlic rate of fifteen par cout per annum; that the officer or oriicers of auch bank or bunkirigu.-tao- uiation so H'glcctiug or refiiaing to redeem its on demand, may eudut-.se upon the bills or package of bills HO presented, tin itcltnowlfdgeinent of such preatiutiition and refusal, and wuiviag protest upon the same; aud such endursement sh.iU be Jield aa evidence of the state- ment therein made, tiec. 13. No or banking association shall here- after receive upon the of bonds, circulating notes to auamutiiit exceeding three times itsbrma fuie. caih capital nctually paid In, nnd the buuk comptroller ia hereby authorized and required to ascertain wJiat the actual cash capital of any bank or banking associa- tion applying for circulation, except in exchange fur mutilated bills, may be, and tor this purpose he is au- thorixfd to exnniina nny person on oath, nnd to compel answers under oath, from any otlicer or stockholder ut any bank or banking assuciiition so applying, or any other person. SEC, 1't. No bank or banking association sluiit here- after be organized in this state, nor shall any more cir- culating notes be issued to any bank or banking associ- ation in tliifl state, unless aaid bjirikor banking associa- tion have a bonafide cash capital of at least fifteen thousand, dollars actually paid in, which shall remain in such bank or brink ing association aa capital, and em- ployed in legitimate banking at the place where the bauk in located; and it id hereby declared that tbe bunds deposited with tbe bank comptroller shall not be considered as any evidence of tlie existence nf capital in uny such bank or banking association, unr of the amount aud extent of capital; urnl it is hereby mode the dufy of the comptroller, before issuing any more circu- huing notes to any such bank ur banking aasoeiatiou now organized, or that shall be hei'uaitar organized, ex- cept in exchange for mutilated notes, to satisfy himself by an examination under otuh of an oflicer ur stock- holder of such, bank or banking association that it Iim fully compiled with the provisions of this section, and of tlie next preceding section of this act, and for the purunsuH of SUL-II examination the comptroller, oriu his aijsonCL1 tin.1 deputy comjjtroller, is hereby authorized to administer Provided, tliat nothing in this act contained riluill be so construed as to permit, any bank to issue circulating notes to any greater amonnt thfin its nominal capital. SKC. 15. From and after tbe first day of December iH-xt it shall not be lawful for any b'atik or banking as- sociation, banker, broker, company or corporation, to c ire ul ate or attempt to circulate, or to pay out as monuy, any bill, note or other evidence of debt, iasued or pur- porting to have-been issued by any bauk, banking as- sociation, company, corporation or individual located or residing out of this state, unless said bill, or note or evi- dence of dot't shall, for the last six months preceding such circulating or paying out, have been redeemable in the city of New York or Uoston in current money of the United States, at a rate of discount not exceeding three fourths of one per cent; and the decision of the bank comptroller as to the rate of such discount shall bd iinal and conclusive, Kvery bank or bunking asso- ciation, banUer or broker, corporation or company, of- KOCK COUNTY, TOWN OF JUSTICE'S COURT. To William North: YOU axe hereby notified that a warrant ot attach- ment has been issued against yon., and your prop- erty attached to.iatUjjp tha. demand of K. B. Harvey, amounting to eighteen and 88-100 dollars: now unless you shall appear M. Kowley, a justice of the peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on the 31st day of at 1 o'clock in the afternoon, judgment will be rendered against you and your property sold to pay the this llth. day of October, A D 1861. B. HARVEY, Plaintiff. BY CIKCUIT COURT FOR ROCK COUNTY. Allen P Loyejoy vs Charles G Quince, Charles C Quince va Allen p Lovejoy and S B Loomis. _Y virtue of an execution issued out of the circuit court in ami for the county of Rock, in tbe above entitled cnntto, in favor the flrst above DJiiucd plaintiff, Allen P Lovejoy, and Hguin8t the first iibuve uamcddafendant, Chfirle-i U Quince, and also, by virtue ofa further execution iasued out or said cmirr. in the second above entitled cause, In favor of tlie above named defendants, Allen Loviyoy aud a B Loomis, the sanie being in favor of the aaiJ for costs therein, and against the second above named plaintiff, Clmrlos 0 Quince, no-being the same person as the defendant in the first above entitled of said executions to ma directed and delivered. I have levied upon and shall sell at public auction, to the high- est bidder, on THXZd DAY of DECEMBER, A D 18G1, at tho hour often o'clock A that day, at the north, main, entrance to Lappin'e Block, in tho city of Janew- ville, in thifl.counity of all tho right, litle and interest which the said Charles C Quince liad ou the 12th day of February, 1881, or at any time there- after to the follouring real estate: .all that certain piece or parcel cf land lying and being in the city of Jaues- ville, county of Kock and state of Wiscbmin, and known and described as follows, to westerly one-half of lot s numberu one hundred and one? (101) and one hundred and two (102) in Smith Bailey's addi- tion to the village (now city) of Janeflvllk-, according to the recorded plat or map thereof; also all that cer- tain piece or parcel of land lying and being in the city of Janedviile, county of Kock and state of Wisconsin, known and distinguished and described as tollown. to wit: commencing on lotonehundredjindneventy-ume (179) at the northwest corner of High and Knco utructs. from thence westerly on the north line of said Knee street as continued through lot one liumlrnd and enty-nino (179) one chain and thirty-live ar.d one-half links, from thence at right Jinglefl and parallel with Academy street one chain and sixty-eight and links, from thence at right anglea ninety-three linl.n in the wast lino of High street, from thence Hunthprly along the west line of High street to the place of begin- ning in Smith, Bailey Stone's addition to Janeaville' Dated Oct. S. ,7. M. PUTNAM, ISAAC ROGERS, Atty, Sheriff of Rock County. for Flff, Allen P Loyejoy, and defendants Allen P Lovejoy and SB Loomis. ootSdTw JL JG ft A I, State or Wisconsin. CIRCUIT COURT POR ROCK COUNTY. Aaron Cose against Waldo Abeel and Maria Abeel. IN pursuance.and by Yirtue of the judgment of. fore- closure and sale, rendered in the above entitled ac- tion on ths 15th day "of January, 1861, in" faro? of tlie' above named plaintiff and against the above named de- fendants, I shall offer for sale and sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on the corner of Main and Mil-1 watikee streets, in front of the Rock Comity Bank, in the city of Janesvillo, In said county, on THE 1th DAY of MAY, 1801, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon, of that day, the following described mortgaged promises, to wit: nil those certain pieces or parcels of laud situate, lying and being in the said city of JanesTille, in the county of Rock and state of Wisconsin, being a part of lot num- ber tbirty-aoven (37) in Mitchell's second addition to JancaTille, and bounded as follows beginning at a point in the east line of Pearl street, in said addition, eight (.8) rods south frcm the center of tbo west line of lot thirty-eight (38) in aaid addition, thence south on the said east line of Pearl street four (4) rods, thence east at right angles with said line of Pearl street eight rods thence north parallel withaaid line of Pearl street four (4) rods, thence wost (8) rods to the place of beginning; and alao part of lot thirty-seven (87) in Mitchell's addition to Janesville, as per recorded plat of the same, and bounded as follows, to commenc- ing at a point in the west -line- of Terrace street eight (8) rods south from the center of the east line of lot number' thirty-eight (38) in said addition and on said street, thence southerly along the line of said street four (4) rods, thence at right angles to said street westerly par- allel to the north. line of said lot thirty-sovea (37) eight rods, thence northerly and paral with the lino of said Terrace street four rods, thence easterly in a line at right angles to said Terrtice street and parallel to the south line of the lot hereby conveyed, eight rods to the place of beginning, containing thirty-two square rods of land. Dated January Slsf, -S. J. M. PUTNAM, BENNETT, CA880DAY A GIBBS, Sheriff Rock Co., Wis. feb4d3m Plff'B Attys. The above sale IB postponed to the 15th day of June next, at thehonrof 10 o'clock A M of that day, then to take place on the corner of Main and Milwaukee streets, iti front of the jewelry store of 3. C. Spauldfng, in ihe city of Janesville. Rock county, Wis. Dated at Janesville, this 7th day of May, 1861. S. J. PUTNAM, BENNETT, CASSOD-VV GIBBS, Sheriff. maySdts Attys for Plfls. The above sole is further postponed to the 29th day of June, A D1B61, then to take place at tho hoi..r aud place above Dated June 16th, 1801. jeiedtfl S. J. M. PUTNAM, .Sherllt The above sale is further postponed to the 30th day of September, A D 1861, then to take place at tho hour and place last above mentioned. Dated June 29th, 1801. Je29dts S. J. M. PUTNAM, Sheriff ot Rock Co. The above sale is further postponed to the 2d day ot November, A D 1861, at the hour of eleven o'clock A M. then to take place at the place last above mentioned. JLECJAt. CIRCUIT COURT ROOK COUNTY. State of Wisconsin, to C.B. Woodruffj Jane A, Wood- ruff and David Stevenson. YOU are hereby sommoiied to answer the complaint of Horace W Barnes plaintiff which was filed mthe office of the clerk Of the circuit court for Rock county, at the city of JanesTille, in. said connty, on the 12th day of September 1801, of whiclra copy id hereto an- nexed, herewith, served upon you, and to serve a copy of your answer ou us, at onr oflko in said city, within ninety days after the service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid, the pjaintiff will apply to the court for tho roliuf demanded in the complaint. sopl4dtw CONGER HAWEb, Dated Janesville, September02th, 1861. Pl'ffs Att'ys. CIRCUIT COURT FOR' ROOK: COUNTY. David 3 Co wits, plff, agflt John Mitchell, SoTidtaon Hut- son, Eliza Huison and Caroline Eyclashimor. IN pursuance and by virtue of a judgment of fore- closure and sale rendered fn-the above action on tho Tth day of Juno, A I> 1861, -I, Ira 0. J enks, a referee du- ly appointed for such1 purpose by said court, will sell at public auction, to the highest the front steps of the Central Bank of Wisconsin, in Janesville, on SEPTEMBER J Dated Sept, 30th, 1861. sepSGdts S. J. M. PUTNAM, Sheriff. at 2 o'clock P M, all those parcels of land situate in the city of JapesvUlo, county of Hock and state of Wiscon- sin, and known arid described 'as lots one hundred and eighty nine one hundred, and ninety two hundred and nineteen (219, and two hundred on-itwen- ty (220) in Mitchell's fifth addition to Janesville, accord- ing to the recorded plat thereof, or so much thereof as ahull bo necessary to make the amount due the plain- tiff bjr virtue of said judgment. Dated June 8th, 1861. joSdlSw IRA C. JBNKS, Referee. The above sale is postponed to the first day ol Octo- ber, A D 18G1, then to take place at tho horn1 place above mentioned. Datud Sept. 10, 1801. scplOdta IRA C. JKNKS, Referee. The above snleia further postponed until the22dday of October, A D 18fll, then to take place at the hour and place above Dated Oct. Istj 1861, ocSdts _ IRA C. JENKS, Refereo. The above sale is further postponed until tho nth day rf November next, then to take place at the hour and place above mentioned. Dated October 22d, 1801. oc22ilta IRA C. JENKS, Referee. Chicago and Railway SPRING ARRANGEMENT. Trains leave Janesville: Passenger Train, for Chicago, 7.10 A. M 2.46 P. M 1.00 A. W 3.45 A. iV 6.30 P. M 12.35 A. M 1.00 M 0.15 A. X 6.00 P. M Tickets for Berlin, Beaver Dam, Portage. City, Wau pun, La CroBse, St. Paul and all points north-west; lor Beloit, Rockford, .JTreeport, Galena, Dun lei th and pofuta west; tickets for all principal points east and south, or Freight Train, Passenger Train, for Oshkosh, Freight Train, sale at the passenger depot. H. B. PATTISON, Agent, Milwaukee FraSrlc du Cbleu Rail way, CHANGE OF TIME. Takes effect May 8, 7 o'clock A M. Trains leave' JanwvlHe 1or: Milwaukee, 7.00 A M Prairie du Chieu, 11.40 A M Milwaukee, 1.26 P M Monroe, 3.00 P M Prairie du Chieu, 1.05 A H Trains arrive at Janerrille from Monroe, Milwaukee, Prairie du Chieu, Milwaukee, Prairie du Through tickets via tho Detroit and Milwaukee; Great Western and Grand Trunk 'Railways lor sale to all points east WM. RTROXG, Atfent. 10.30 A M 1.05 V M' 2.50PM 9.30PM 1.06 A M seutcd to such agent tor ivmunt or redempt Sue. 5. Tho appoint incut of such agent shall be nrndc in writing, ami auch written appointment hi i all be de- livered to the bank comptroller on or before said first day of December next, wlio shall file the sinno in liis uf- iice. If any bank or banking aBSociuti.-tn shall ntitclect or refuse to appoint such agent within tin; linns above mentioned, tho bank comptroller shall' appoint such agent for such hank or banking association. SEC. (i. The bank comptroller shall, Immeilintely jiftar said first day of December next, during such time as he may doom advisable, publish a lint of r-uch agents in one daily nswNpnpcr' ptiblisbed in tho city ui' Madi- son, and in one daily newspaper published m the city of Milwaukee, the expense whereof shall be equally di- vided among the several banks or banking ansoinnbions so published, and bo paid by thorn to Urn comptroller on demand, under penalty of forfeiture nf ono dollars, to be collected and applied OB provided in mtper.t to the forfeiture named in faction 19, chapter 71, of the Revised Statutes SEC. 7. Kvery bank or banking association after org.tnixnd, shall boforo receiving any circulating notes from tbe bunk comptroller, appoint nn ngc-nt. for the purposes of this act; and auch appointment shallow immediately published in the manner afore- said, at the expenso of such bauk or banking IUHUCIU- tion, to be collected in the manner above provided. SEC 3. Appointments of agents made in pursuance or thia act, may be revuked and new appointments of aeenta made Own timo to time, by delivering: such re- vocation and appodvtment to thnbank shall cause the same to be published as before provided. SEC 9. It shall be lawful for atfy number of banks Ui I fending againwt tho provisions of this section Chilli lor- fi'it lor each and every offense the sum nt' one hundred dollars, to be recoviiivd with costs of suit.in the name and for the use of any person who shall for the same and prosecute fmch suit to judgment in any court hav- ing cognizance thereof. KEG. 16. liach and every person owning nr huKiiiig stork in any bank or banking asBOciation, who shall sell, transfer or ti-siyn his stork or any portion thereof, in any such bunk or banking association, shall be held, and remain for the term of six months i'rom and alter such sale, transfer or assignment, as aforesaid, lv liable to tho n mount of stock so as aforesaid sold, transferred or assigned by him for the payment of all the debts and liabilities of snch bank or banking asso- ciation, existing at the time of such salo, transfer or as- signment. SEC. 17. This act shall take effect and be in force from and after the fir at day ol'December, eighteen huu- drnd und sixty-one. Sse. 18. All acts or parts of acts conflicting with, or in any way coittv.'ivoniui; the provisions of this act, are hereby repealed. SEC, 19. At the general election to be held on tlie Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November. in (lie year 1801, at all the usual places of holding elec- tions in this slate, for the election of nil officers required by law then to be elected, the question whether this act shall become n law and go itito effect, or in any man- ner be in force, ahull be submitted to tho people, and if the sumo sluill be approved by a majority of all the votes cast on the subject, it shall go into effect; otherwise, it shall not go into effect uor bo in force. SEC. 20. The votes cast on the subject specified in the hwt preceding section shall bo by separate ballot, and sliall have written or printed, or partly written anil partly printi-d, on each of them, the words: "'For Amendments to the Banking or "Against A- inetidments to UK- Hanking which words shall indicate thu vote for or against the approval ol this act; .iml the ballots so cast shall be canvassed and returned in the same manner as tho votes cagC for state officers are required by law to be canvassed, and tlio secretary .f state shall immediately, on the completion of said canvass, publish a statement of the result thereof in the stati- paper, and shall communicate ihe same to the next legislature at the commencement of the aes: Hum, find ho shall also deliver to the state certified copy thereof, with a statement of tlie result of the canvass upon the subject immediately after the com- etion of the canvass. J) Chapter 242, approved April 13, 1861; Chapter 1, Ex- tra Sexton, approved May 25, 1801. Said election to be conducted, the votes canvassed mil returns made in accordance with the provisions of chapter 7 of the Revised Statutes of 1858.' Given under ray hand, at tho city of Jaueaville, this 28th day of August, A T) 18B1. S. J. M. PUTNAM, w _________'.Sheriff of Rock County. ROCK 01? UNION, S3. Is JUSTICE'S COURT. To William North: YOU are hereb'y notified that a warrant of attach- ment has boon iasued against yon and your prop- erty attached to satisfy the demand of Hamilton B Winston, amounting to seventeen 73-100 dollars; now, unless you sliaP appear before 8 Simkins, a justice of tho peace, in and for said county, at his office in said town, on tho 20th day of November, A D 1853, at one o'clock in tho afternoon, judgment will bo rendered agninst you and your property sold to pay the Dated this llth day of October, A D 1861. ccl6d3w II. B. WINSTON, Plaintiff. Sheriff's on COUNTY COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF MILWAU- KEE. John W Cary, plaintiff, agst Lorina. Brooks, de- fendant, BY virtue of an execution issued out of tho county court of the county of Milwaukee, and to me di- rected and delivered, I have levied upon -and sell at public auction, aa the law directs, on TfTE ilh DAY of OCTOBER, A D 1801, at the hour of ten o'clock A M of that day, nt the rir cult court room in. the city of Janes vilte, tii tlie county of Rock, Wis.. all tho right, tttle and interest which tho said De Lorma 11 rooks had on the 19th riivy of June. A D 1801, (that being the day on which a ton-script of the judgment in the above entitled cause was in the office of the clerk of the circuit court iu ami fur-thu county of Rockr Wis.) or at any time thereafter, in and to thu following real estate lying and being in the city of Beloit, In the county ot Rock and state of Wisconsin, and known and described an follows, to -wit: lots 13 and 14 in block 11 of -Hoplrin's survey W! Beloit. .otberwi- o known as lots 13 and U of block 12 of the plat of the heirs of Horace White, being Rice's (mrrey of lie oit also lots 4, 5 and 6 of block IU of IlupkiiiWurvey of Ue- loit, otherwise known as lota 5, 6 ami 7 of block S) nf the plat of tho heirs of Whi e, being Kick's sur- vey of Bfiloit; lots 3 und 4 of 22 of the thelioirsof Horace White, being I; ice's aurtoyol" loit, otherwise known as lots 3 and 4 in of Koukiu's survey of Beloit; also block 51 of llopkln'rf survcyof otherwise known as block 57 of thu plat of the heirs of Horace White, being survey of Beloit, or so much, and such parts thereof as shall sufficient to satisfy execution iu the above mtith-d August 17th, 1861, S. J. M. PUTNAM, Sheriff of Hock County. Tlie above sole la postponed to the ISth'day of Ocln- bei inst., then to takt place at the hour and place abuve Oct 4th, 1801. ocl.ltH S. .7. HI. PUTNAM, The nb'iVR sale U further postponed to the 2.1 day nf November, 1861, then to take place at the place and hour of day above Oct. 18th. 1801. oclSdts 3. J. M. PUTNAM, Sheriff. AN ORDINANCE stabliHhiiiB tVie of a portion of Jitirk.tnti street, and for nonstruciing sidewalks in front of lots on said street, iu the tirst ward of the city of Janesville. of otharbanka in auch manner, mid under audi tions aa may be agreed upon, and to employ such agents and as they may deem nwossurry to carry on the businnss ot Buch common agency; but nothing in this section contained shall anthurteo tlio rpdumption or purchase by such agency 'of any cirenlatios notes nt a rate uf discount greater than is herein provldefi lor, uor relievo eiichbanki from any duty or liability re- quired or imposed by Ihisrir.t. BEC. 10. Every such b-.nk or bunking association in thin elate, except aw.h Innkfl anrl banking associations as now are or may iiercafti-r bo located in the cities nf Milwaukee and Madison, ehall redeem nnd pay nn de- mand, in the lawful money of (he Uttite.-I nil cir- culating notes i by such banks or banking associ- ations. presented for n'flemption at the offico of the aeeut of snch bank or hanking association, during the ulualhouraofbusiniTSsof bankers, between tho hours of ten and three at a rute of discount not ex- ceedlnsc three-fourths of ono per cent. SEC 11. Every bank or banking association, whose acrent'shall neglect or refuse to rcd'eem its notes on de- mand, as aforesaid, shall, on proof made to the bank comptroller of snch negbct or the affi- riiilK Muyor and Common Council of the city of Janes- I villa cio ordain as lollows SEC. 1. The grade of Jnckaon street in tlie first ward of said city, from tho north lino of Bluff street to the east line of Madison street, as surveyed and marked oil a plan and profile thereof, made by .Edward Jluger, city engineer, and filed in the ofllce of the city elei k, on the lath diiy of April, A D 1861, in hereby established. SEC. '2. A bidewalk is hereby required to be bnflt; 0 feet in width, of d by G inch pine plank, underlaid wiih thruit strips of plcepors, of '2 by 4 inch piue scantling, in front of uiich lot ininiberod st-venty- SPVCII flve (85) ttnd parcel of lot eighty-nix lyinR south of the rnilroft'-l track, in Smith A Bailey's addition ville. The sidewalk in front of said lota nnmbered 76 and 77, in Smith Bailey's addition, to be cons true tod with upright posts, 4 by 4 inches, of pine, eight feet apart, firmly set into the giouitd. on the eastern or out- er edge of the plank and extending three fuet above the walk, with a railing on top of posts, '2 by 4 inches, se- curely fastened to ouch post; eaid posts to be lot into the plank nnd fastened to si Us and charred at tho bottom to the depth set in the ground. SEC. 3. The average expense of the aaid work is here- by authorized and directed to be assessed upon each foot front of the lots and part of a lot mentioned in tlie preceding section pro-rata equttlly, so that ench of said lots and part of a lot or parcel of land shall be assessed with its proportion of said expense, by multiplying number of feet front with the average expense per tb-jt. Sept. 26th, J. BODWELt DOE, Attest, BARRERE, City Clerk. [sep57] Mayor. IN CIRCUIT COUNTY. JobP Angell, plaintiff, figatant William P Hamimui.l, Emily Hammond, Adclad'o Combs, Jesse B Combs, Hugh A Sanduakey and Afarner B Scott, defendants. IN pursuance ami by virtue of .a judgment and order of foreclosure and salo of circuit court in and lor Rock county, inside in the above entitled action on the fifth day of June, A D 1861. i.n favor of the abovo named plaintiff and against the above named defendants, T will Sell at public auction, t tho highest bidder, on THE Id DAY of NOVEMBER, A D ISQI, at ten (10) o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at the circuit court room in the city of Janeaville, in the coun- ty of Rock and state of Wisconsin, the following scribed property and real estate, viz: all those certain. pieces, or tracts of laud situate, lying and being in the county of Rock and ntate of Wisconsin, known and distinguished as the south half of the northeast quarter; and the coat half of the southeast quarter of section number twelve (12) in township number three (3) north, of range number ten (10) east, and also the southwest quarter and the west half of the south- east quarter of section number seven (7) in township numbor three (8) north, of rauge number eleven (11) east; also tho northeast quarter of the northeast quar- ter of section number fourteen the north west ter of the northwest quarter pf-section number thirteen and tho west half of the southwest quarter of sec- tion number twelve all in township number three (3) north, of range number ton (10) east, containing in all five huQdred ami sixty acres ot land, according to government survey, ot so ranch thereoi as shall be suf- flcient to pay tho judgment and tho interest there- on, together with the July Stftli, A D 1861. S. J. M. PUIVN'A'AI, of Rock county, Wisconsin. KLDRECOB, PEASE PIff's Attys. jy29d3m State of Wisconsin. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF ROCK. Richard 13 Tlolcomb, plaintiff, agniUBt David ,J Bnndy, Mary Ann Bnndy, Alfred L Field, Elizabeth L Field, John Jones, David Martin, Silas C Booth, Jot IC Peck, David R-Barlow, Loriu Sexton, Lester Sexton. George Sexton, Kdward Bolles, Prescott C Bridgelmm, John W BeaU, Cuarlea Atwood jr, George D Dutton, Daniel BClaHin, Gustavus Forbes, Blakoadale Barnes, lid- ward Kent, Horace B Claftin. William H Mellen, Nathaniel E Miller, Daniel n Conklln, Henry Stone, Charles M Henderson, lllinha S Wads worth. Walter Neal and Francis Mutcall, defendants. Tho State ofWiacouflin to the above named defendants: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, of which a copy is herewith served upon yon, and to serve a copy of j-our answer to the said complaint on the subscribers nt thuir office, in the city and county of Raoine, within ninety daj's after the service hereof, exclusive of tlio day of such service; and if you fail to answer tho said com plaint within the time atoreeairl, the snid plaintiff will apply to tlie court for the relief demanded in the complaint, Said complaint is on file in tlie ofllce of the clerk of said courtj at the citv of Jnnesville, in aaid cunnty of Rock. Witness, Uie Honorable David Noggle. of the n Q T Ant judicial cirtfnit for the State" of "Wisconsin, L J at the city of JuneuviUe, this8th day o! August, AD.1881. BTKOSG FULLER, LEVI ALDES. Plaintiff's Attorneys. Clerk of the Court. State of Wisconsin. OERCUIT COURT FOR ROCK ..COUNTY. John R Cameron against Richardson Cameron, Margaret Cameron, OleO Onsgaard, Frank Cameron, Miu-y A Cameron, Joseph A Sleeper, P W Dickey, BonJ F'Oil- fonl and Robert Donley. LIU Statu of Wisconsin, to Richardson Catnoron, Mur- garetiCameron.OleOOnsgaard, Frank Cameron, A Cameron, Joseph A Sleeper, PWDickoy. Beiij K Qiliord and Robert Doriley: YOU arc hereby summond aud required to answer the complaint in this action, which was filed in he office of the of the circuit court for Rock ounty at tlie city of Janesville, in said -county, on tho Uth day of August, 1361, and of which a copy is here- ith served upon yon, and to serve a copy of your ans- wer to said complaint an the nubscribers, at office u said city of Janesville, within ninety days after the ervice hereof, exclusive of the day of auch aorvicn, and f you fail to answer said, complaint .within the time ilbresnid, the plaintiff In this action will "apply to the ourt lor relief demanded in said August l'2th, 1801. BENNETT, CASSODAY A GIBBS, aul'JdTw Att'ys for Janusvillo, Wis. STATE OP WISCONSIN. CIRCUIT COURT FOR ROCK COUNTY. Freeman Bacon against Charlotte Bacon, Uo state of Wisconsin to the above named defendant: YOU are hereby summoned and required to unawer the complaint in. this action, which tiled in he of the clerk of the circnit court for Iloclccoun- y, at the city of JsnoHvillc, in said county, on the 27th .lay of September, 1801, and of which :i copy is here- with served upon yon, and to servo a copy of your ans- ver to said complaint on the subscribers, at their office, u said city of Janeaville, within twenty days nftcr the service hereof, exclusive of the day ot'eiich service; and f vou to answer eaid complaint within the time iforeanid, the plaintiff in this action will apply to the court for relief demanded in said September 27th, 1891. BENNETT, CASSODAY GIBBS, Attys for IMff, Janesville. Wis. CIRCUIT COURT FOR ROCK COUNTY. John Spencer Charles K Allen, Wcalthia Allen, 11 P A liter and Catharine 13 Algcr. The State of to tho above named defendants: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which ia filed in the ofllce of the clerk -of the circuit court for county, ut the city of Janesvillo. in said 'county, and to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint ou the subscri- bers, at their office Iu siiid-city, within ninety days after the service of this summons on you, exclusive of tho day 'if such servicu; and if you fail to answer said com- plaint within tike time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this ac- tion will apply to the court for the relief demanded in said complaint. Dated August -29th, 1801. SfiOAN, I'ATTJSN BAILEY, uu23d7w PliT'a Attyw. State of Wisconsin. CIRCUIT COURT FOR THE COUNTY OF HOOK. Richard E against Lucius G Fisher, Rachel C Fisher, Sylvester Talcolt, Wait Talcoit, Henry W Talcott, William Talcolt, Thorn as B Tal cot t, John B Clover, Lynde Olmstead and Olmsteacl, his wife, Warren Hodgdon, Augusta Bodgdon, James s we, arren ogon, ugusa ogon, ames HHanchett, Caroline Uanchett, William O Hitcbie, William NewcbniD, John Doolittle, Nathan D Nathaniel 0 .Perkins, BarrUt H Smith, Moses Reitlcr, Henry Roaenblnt, Benjamin 33 Hale, William Hale, Henry Ulrice, William Jamea W Rood, Joseph F Hood, and Alexander Cteaham. executor of the last V ;wUl and testament of John M Keep, deceased, de- fendants; The State of Wisconsin to the above named defendants: YOU are hereby summoned and required to tiuswer the complaint in this action, of wbich a copy is herewith served upon you, and to servo a copj- ui your answer to tho aaid complaint on the at olfico, in the city and county of Racino, within ninety days after hereof, exclusive of the day of such service and If yau fail to answer the said comphtint within the time aforesaid, the said plaintiff will apply to the court for the relief demanded iti tho complaint. Said complaint is on file iu the office of the clerk of eaid court at the city of Janesville, iu saJd county of Witness, the Honorable David Noggle, judge of Galena, aud. Clilcafo Union Day Express Leaves 10.35 A 21 Arrives 3.40 P M Night Express Leaves 6.00 Arrives 930AM On aud after Monday, April 15, trains leave aa alx ve. This train connects with tho New York and Boa- ton express trains each day, and all trains bound east and south. Also connecting at Belvidere with west for Eocklbrd, Freeport, Warren, Darlington, Mine- ral Point. Galena and Dunlicih, and at Junction of O.B. Q. and G. C. U. K. K. for Diion, Ifultou, Central Iowa and all points oni.Uhicago, Fulton aud Iowa line oi Galena and Chicago Union Hall road, and at Janes villa for du Uhien and all points on .be Milwaukee and niiJroad., Direct con'-iec- tlona are made at the junction of Cl'B: S; Q., atfd G. A 0.. for Burlington, Quincoy, JJann.iba.1 aud St. Joseph Tickets can be procured at the oJiice of this Company, in Janesville. All trains will leavadaily except Sunday. .K. B. TALCSKT, Gen. Superintendent." Goo. SI. WHZELEB, Gen. I'SBS. Ageut. ABEEL, Agent. New York Centrafi at AJbaby with Wustorn A'Albany North: orn Itailraade. for .lioaton nnd all places in New England, and Hudson lliver road tor Kcw York. TUB 1JE9T EXI'EIHTIOUS TO TUJS EAST. This road makes direct aud close connections at Chi- cago with the Michigan-Central aiid Cun.ida road lor the Suspension Bridge, uud witlt the Michigan Soutuerr roadj with tlio Luke Shore roads to JJuftalo. Uoggage Clieckcd Through froui Cbicago and al Principal pLvces iu tho Northwest to New Yovk and Bos- ton and all Principal Places in. tbe Eust, as Zio'w as Any Other for aule at all tlie principal Ticket Office! In the "West, and at the Couipan's' officers Clark Stteet" apposite the Sherman ALL13K UUTI.EE, Buffalo, W. A. MTOPHY, Chicago, Gou. Paas. Agt-nt, den. Western Ag-euc. J69octl7dtf iiUiiois ieiurai liaUroati. T1M.13. [L, S.] first judicial circuit for tho State of Wisconsin, at the cltv of Janeaville, this 21st diiy of August, A D 1661. STRONQ PULLER, LEVI ALDEN, Plaintiif'a Attorneys: Clerk of the Court. au27dTw ON and after Sunday, July trains will leava from the Greut Central fout of Lake and South Water, streets Through TCx press, dally, cxctpt at6.'50A.Mj avrlviug ut Cairo at midtiiglit, ihia trtuu. connects for Peoria, Alton, St. L-OIIIK Oileauaud Mobile. Accommodation truiii, every day, at 4.80 PM.Ior Ctiiru and wuy ei at ions, or living at Cairo at 8 P H next day. This train, on Saturdays, will rdu toTJrlMna, Trains arrive at Chicago at 9.SU A M, and 0 P M. CIRCUIT COUKT FOR BOCK COUNTY. John A Bailey agst Russell Scott. BY virtue of a judgment of foreclosure andsiile enter- ed in the above entitled action on the 23.1 day of January, will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, at the circuit court room, in the city of Janesville, in said county, on THE iSHh DAY of. OCTOBER, 1801, at two o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the- follow- ing described premises situated In the town oi' county of Rock and state of Wisconsin, viz the south half of the northeast quarter of section three, iu town one, range twelve oast, or so much thereof as shall be necessary to make the amount due on aaid Dated July 25th, 1861. S. 3. M. PUTN iM, SLOAN PATTBN, Sheriff Hr-ck Co. Plff'a Atty. jy2Cd3m ril COUNTY COURT OT? KOCK COUNTY. la the matter of proving an instrument in purporting to be the last will and testament of David deceased. N rending and filing the abova instrument and the O _ petition uf Nancy Wood, widow of said deceased, ntprescnting that liOj late a resident of the city of Jaaes- villc, in said county, died on the 25th day of September, 1SOI, lonvlng fl.iid instrnnient, und praying that the samo maybe udiuttt- d to probate: it is ordered that tho prool'ii ofsaid instrument be heard bbfore thia court at tho ofllce of the thereof, in aaid city, on the 12th day of Norember at ton o'clock A M, and that notice thereof be given to nil persons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three weaks succes- sively, once in each week, prior to said day, in tho Janesville Daily Gazette, a daily paper published in aaid Oct. 16, 1661. By the court, IN CIRCUIT ROCK COUNTY. Job P Augellj plaintiff, against William P Hammond, Emily Hammond, -Adelade Combs, Jesse B Combs, Hugh A Sanduskey and Warner E Scott, defendants. IN pursuance and by virtue of a judgment -mid order of foreclosure und sale of the circuit court in and for Rock county, made in the above entitled on tho 5th day oi June, A D 1861, In favor of the above narnet plaiatiffand against the above named will sell at public auction, to the highest bidder, on TffEZd DAY tf NOVEMBER, A D 1801, at ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, at tho circuit court room in the city of Jan-asville, in thecoun- ry of Rock and state of Wisconsin, the.following Ascrib- ed property and real estate, vis all that certain piece, parcel or tract of land situate, lying and being in tlic town of Magnolia, in the county ot Rock and state o Wieconsin, and known and distinguished as the north east quarter of the northeast quarter of section numbei fourteen the northwest quurter of the northwest quarter of section number thirteen and the wes half ol the south west quarter of section number twelve all in township number three (3) range number east, containing one hnndrflctand six ty acres of land, or ao much thereof as a hall be mifBcieu to pay the said judgmentand the interest thereon, to- gether with the expenses of sale. Dated July 28tb, A D 1861. 3'. J; M. PUTNAM, Sheriff of Rock county, Wisconsin Attys. Jy27d8m _ OIRODIE COURT FOE BOCK COUNTY. A II Brahii, O H Brahe and W-Hahn agat Thomas II Buckingham and Barnabas B Eldredge. The State of Wisconsin to the above named defendants: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which has beeu filed in the office of the circuit court for Rock county, at Jiuiesvillu in said county, nnd of which a copy is here- with served upon yon, and to serve a copy ol your ans- wer to said complaint on the subscribers at their office in said city of Jancsville, within twenty days after the service licreof, exclusive of the day of such service; and if yon fail to said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiffs in this action will apply to the. cnnrt for the relief demanded iu said complaint. PRICHARD JACKSON, auSOdf w Attys, Janeavi'ile, Win. Wagon Grease, rplTE best, article in market. A large invoicein store. of the person who presented aaid notes for redemp- jy8dtf J_ Price 25 cents per box, at TALLMAN COLLINS'. STATE OP WISCONSIN. CIRCUIT COURT FOR ROCK. COUNTY. Other Bell against John Parker, Alvira Parker, Johi Jay Parker, Henry Cheney, and Cheney, wife o Henry Cheney. IN pursuance and by victue sf the judgment of fore- closure and sale rendered in the aljove entitled ac tho 12th day of June, 1861, in. favor of the abov named plaintiff and against the defendanta abov named, I shall offer for sale and sell, at public anctior to the highest bidder, on the corner of Main and Mil wankee streets, in front of S C Spaulding's Jewelry store, in the city of Janesville, in said county, on THE 29tt of OCTOBER, 1861, at the hour of 10 o'clock in the forenoon of that day tbe following described mortgaged premises, to wit all the following described pieces or parcels of land sit nate in the town of Johnstown, county of Rock an -state of Wisconsin, to wit the southeast quarter o section twenty-six, the south part of the sou times quarter of section twenty-five and the west half of th southwest quarter of the southwest quarter of sectio three, all ia town three, north oi range fourteen easi containing in the whole two hundred and sixty-si acres, be tha same more or less. Dated July 25th, 186! jy2Sd3m 3. J. M. PUTNAM, Sheriff, STATE OP WISCONSIN. CIRCUIT COURT FOR ROCK COUKT T. Elizabeth Against Isaac Lutes. The State of Wisconsin Lutes ihe above named defendant: YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in this action, which vm- lilcd in the office of tlie clerk of the circuit court fjr Rock county, at the city of Jauesville, in said county, on ihe llth daj- of September, 1861, and of which a copy is herewith served upon you, and- to serve a copy of your answer to said complaint on the subscriber, at Ins office in said city of Jauesville, within twenty days sifter the service hereof, exclusive of the day ot" such service, and if you answer complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff-in this action will apply to tin. fioiirt for the relief demanded in Sept, llth, 1861. JAMES ARMSTRONG, Plff'a Atty, Janesville, WLi.iusin. For ticketj.aud iiiiwinaticn, apply-at Uie bi tho Great Central Depot. W. R. AJi'i'HUB, Gen. Supt. W. P. JOUNSO.V. Qgn. Passenger naplldtl Mtcliigaix Central and Great (Canada) Hallway. AlNS leave the Great Central. Depot, Joot __ Chicago, 0.00 A. M., Kew York and Boston Express, every day except Sundays. 9.45 A. 31., Cincinnati and Lonia'dllo Express, otery day except Sunday. 7-00 P. M., New York and Boston ExprcaSj every day, 7.00 P M.. Cincinnati and Loui-jvjlle ilvprces, ovoly day except Satarduyj. ____ _.., JQSS" Baggage checke'd'Oirbugh. Through tickets for salo railroad oJ- fices iu west, and at tho General corner and Uearbom.sti-eets. opposite tha Tremout House, Clii- cago, and at the depot, foot Lake street. H. J. SEAULBrXGi R. K. RICE, Gen. Pass. Ag't M.C, R. R. aprlddtf _ NEW YORK EHIE IIAILROAD. Great Broad Gauge, Double Track and Telj graph Route to 3STEJ-Wr And all Cllicw, CAKE.1ESQ IHZ Great Weitera United L O T S CIRCUIT COUHT FOR ROCK COUNTY. Tlie State of Wisconsin to James K Scott. CornoIiuH 0, Humphrey, Joseph N Lovell, James Colics jr, James aiStmU, Sylvorter Wiley. Charles M NmruU, Jiunea Newell, J W llarmnu, Colin Ale Donald, Philip G Weaver, William Rivchitrdsou, A Shults. James RWcElroy, Valorous A Puiue, William S WolLs and A N Dickson. YOU are hereby summoned to answer tlie complaint of William C Scott, plaintiff, which was filed in the office of the clerllc of the circuit court ftir Rock county, tit the city of Juneaville, iu Biiid county, on the: 31gfe day of December, 1SUO, of which a copy is. here to- annexed, and herewith aorveil upoli to serve a copy of your uiiswer on us, at our oilice iu said city, within twenty days after tlie service hereof, exclusive of the day of such service, and if you fail to answer the complaint as aforesaid, the plaintiff" will apply to the court for the relief demanded in the complaint, Witness, Hon. David Noggle, judge of said court, at- HOUSE AT n. e ci. ia. o o ci.' I OFFER my remaining. Houfle Lots in Palmer and Sutherland's addition, enst of the Depots end Rail- road track, -ftt GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. I liavo also eoine eligible'lots in my addition, west ol the Depots, which T will sell at prices within tlie reach of all who desire to secure A Cheap and Permanent Home in.the city. Persona desiring T< .A. 3Et GK Xt TH-A-OTS, can accommodated in the same neighborhood, witl- parcels suited to tbeir wants, at low figures. Also, Business Lots on West Milwaukee alroot for Sale or Ilent. TERMS -BAST, AND TITLE PERFECT. A. PA1.MEH. Drug and Tea Store, West RIHwaTifcee street. January 17th, 1801. janl7dasrtf- GENERAL AUCTIONEER AND Commission IMerdiaTit, Wtst Milwaukee St., Jafiesville, Wisconsin CASH ADVANCED ON MERCHANDIZE of every description. Particular Attention Given to the sale of all kinds of property at my or in any part of the country. July lat, 1861.________________________jySdawtf SPECIAL NOTICE. SP. THOMPSON haeroturnod to Jt-nesville aud fitted np rooms, in good style, over Curtis' Drug Store, opposite the Hyatt Uouso, where ho intends to I L. 3.1 JanesTille, December LEVI ALDEN. Clerk. OOJSGER HAWE3, Attya for Plaintiff. CIRCUIT COUNTY. Sarah Wood, an infant, by Benjamin S Burdlck, lier guardian, plaintiff, n-gaiust, Nathan Wood, de- fendant. The State of Wisconsin, to Nathan Wood the said de- fendant YOU are hereby summoned and required to answer the complaint in tliis action, which was filed in the office of tho clerk of thCR circuit court for Rock coiinty, at the city of Janeaville in said county, on tho 20th day of September, A D 1861, and to serve a copy of your answer to the Bald complaint, on the subscriber, at his office in the town of-Milton, Insafd county, within twenty days after the service oCthls summons ou flxclushe of the day of such service; and if you fail to answer the said complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this nctiou will apply to the court for the relief demanded in tlie Septan-, bor 30th, 11561. A. WEBSTJEB BALDWIN, ocldTw Plaintiff's Attorney. CIRCUIT GOUNTT. The Fanners Loan and Trust Company against John V Bean, Lucius Fisher. William T Qoodbne, William H Lathrop Receiver ot the Racine A Mississippi Rail Road Company, Charles Washbum, Jackson T Buah- nell, Wait Talcott, Sylvester Talcott, Henry W Talcott, William Talcott, Thomas B Talcott and Lucius G Fisher, Sylvester 3Mcett, Wait Talcott, Henry W Talcott, William Talcott, Thomas B Talcott and John Clover, surviving partners of the firm of Fisher, Keep, Talcotts ACo. The State of Wisconsin, to the above named defendants and each and every of you: YOU are hereby summoned und required to answer the complaint in this hoa been filed in. the offico of. the clerk of the circuit court for Rock county, at the city of Janesville, in said county, and to serve a copy of yauranffwer to eaid complaint on the subscriber, at his office in said city within twenty days after the service of summons on yon. exclusive of the day of snch service; and if you fail to answer the of tha'citizens of JaneBville and vicinity in all styles, as good as tho best win be made, and a little Cheaper than the Cheapest. Please call and examine specimens and list of prices, and satisfy yourself before purchasing pictures. Janesville, May 28d, 1861. my22dawtf JULY, 1861. JBLY, 1861, ON a th VIA. flKAND HAVEN ROUTE. and B'avorite Express, U. S. Mail, Passenger and Freight Line, Lowest Rates and Quickest Time BY THE Detroit and Milwaukee 'laiiroad, in connection with the NET AND POWERFUL BITER OA1IIS STEAMSHIPS "DETROIT" AND "MILWAUKEE." N and after Monday, July 224, 1801, and until fur- ther notice, either of the steamships "Detroit" aud Milwaukee ofthiB lino, will leave the Dock, foot of Milwaukee street, Milwaukee, daily, (except Sun- at 4 o'clock P. M., for Grand Haven, crmuscting there with the morning truhiB ,for Detroit, Bridge, Toronto, Montreal, Buffalo, Rochester, New York, Boaton, las., ic., tad Cleveland line of aU'imicrs at Detroit, making quicker time and lower faro than by any other Route. 49- Mark all freight "via D. i M, nnd save time and money. Milwaukee, 230 Bast Water street, fourth door aouth of "Walker House. 25" "Wisconsin street, Tunis Periodical Depot. Foot of East Water street, next door to Miles Armour's warehouse, G. Niometr, re- ceiver, J. H; Whitman, Western Agent. Thomas Forbes, City Agent. FREIGHT OrncE-rDock, foot of Milwaukee street W. M. Graham, Agent. W. K. MTJIB, Gen. Snp't. D i M. B Office, July 22d, 1861. au22dtf EXl'ttESI? Trains leave iaf urtivnl all tarius on the liake Sliore Kailruad, fruai Clen- laud. Cincinnati, Toledo, Chicago. St. Paul, St. Louis, io.. and run thrcngU to Kew York without change. The only route running cars througu ironi-the lakea to New York city. Splendid ventilated Sleeping i-un on night trains. Baggage checked through. Faro alxrajB as low u by any other route. tioetim passengers and the baggage "transferred Free inKewYort. Be uorticular and Civil for Tickets via. Dunkirk; mud the New York aud Eric Railroad. A hich ate Bold at til the principal Railroad Offices in the wefit. This road affords facilities Ibrshtf men t of Freight, m- perisr to any other route. An leaves New York dally, nmklug close cocnectioni through to all points wear? and "quicker tlme'thar. ever before made ou any line. ____ For Freight Kates, of J. Broad- way. New York John 8. 18 Srite 8tre-t, Boi- tou, Mass.; or of Jacob ForBythvfrelgot.agent, 64 Claxk street, Chicago, under 'the uevr Sherman liouse. H. K. SAWTEE, M1NOT, feb26dU' Northwestern Traveling Agt. Gen'l Snpt. UNITED STATES MAIL I ONLY WEEKLY LINE To tondoaderry, Glasfow aad Liverpool, AND all the principal cities of Great Britain aud continent of Kurope, calling at Londonderry, THE MONTB.KA.l4 MAIL OCEAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY'S first class, full powered, Clyde bnill uteamera, in coa necviou with the GBAND TEUNK EAlLWA of Caned a, carry iug tbe United States and Canada uiails and passengers. Bohemian. North Britoa, Grange. Anglo Saxon, JJalantlne. NovaScotian, Capt Borland. NortU American, k ....Graham.. Hibernian, Norwegian...... (New.) Quickest, cheapest and most comfortable tea passage. On and alter the 4thof.Miiy, 1801, tho steamers ill sail from Quebec wuokly. Euro fruni Chicago to Londonderry, Glasgow or Liyer- pool: lat Glass, according to State Itcorn, and Steerage, found with cooked provisions, 48 Return tickets, 1st class, good for 6 moa., 186 and 21 1 Steerage, 88 Certificates are leaned fur bringing out from ali the principal towns of Great Uritaiu and Ire- laud, by tlio ubovu Eteiimera or Bailing vessels, at reduced rates. freight or passage apply to tlie comnanj-'a geaeral agents, Sable Searle, 19 Water St., Liverpool, Cork and Dublin, aud 23 Brotuhvuy, New YorJr, or to JAMES W ARRACK, Grand Trunk Railway aprlOdly 12 Loko Blreut, Chicago. .plllKAT VICTORIA BIIIDGE OPKA. This iuiiiieuse iron structure, nourly two In length, (the longest iu the erected acrow river St.Xawrence, at Montreal, at a cost of six and half millions of dollars, to connect the eastern aud western divisions of the Grand Trim It Railway, of Canada, is now pnen for public lvalue. This road, of Dearly mileu in length, is operated nnder one manage- ment from Detroit, Mich., to .Portland, UcL, and there la only CHANGE OF Of from Chicago pr Missieaippi river to Portlandor Boston. QuteSeHt most conrehient route for travel between the west wad Canada and New England. Passengers and freight booked through to oil of Canada and the Now England states, also TO AND FROM CUICAGO AND LIVERPOOL, and tho continent of Europe, at considerably reduced ratoB; by tho only regular weekly ine of United aud Moil Steamers, sailing from Portland' Saturday daring winter and Quebec during mor, and from Liverpool every Thursday, caUfng at Londonderry every Friday thronghcct the year. For further particulars apply to .JAME8 WAKBACK, Gon'l West'n Agt, 12 Lake St., Chicago, WALTEB SHAJTLT, Qan'l Mannger, Montreal. .1 aaid complaint within the time aforesaid, the plaintiff in this action, will, applj'to the court for the reli mandeil in the complaint. "Witness, the Hon. David Noggle, judge of said court, PL. S-] this llth day of September, A D1861. LEVI ALDO, Clerk. J. A. SLEEPER, oc7d7w Plaintiff's Atty. JanesvUle, Wis. m A ORBS of Choice located on Bock HIver In fee town of Fulton, Rock, county, 45 acres under cultivation, a small frame house and a good well of water, a plenty ot timber aud stock water, and an inexhoustable quarry of building and fencing stone ol the first quality, all of which will be sold at a low fig- ure, and terms made easy. of the purchase mon- ey can run from five to ten years at 7 per cent Interest, oue third down, balance on short time. Horses, cattle or good notes will be taken in payment. Knqntro of A. A. Jackson, Esq., of the firm of KnowltoDj I'richard Jackson, Janesvillej or of the undersigned at Edgerton, i Bock connty. IR. T. ZAWTON. Xdgerton, Mwch Wb, 1861. mortdawtf 1 Chicago St, Louis Railroad ONLY rood to St. Blpomlogton, Epringfleid, and Alton without also, direct con- for Feorta, Deoatur, nad Qolncy. Two passenger trnine leave'Chicago Morning Express, at M' Evening 8.00PM Express freight, daily, through in tweuer-four honri. B, 0. 0. WnaLER, Oca. Freight Ageat. feb28att HOME Wool Carding, Cloth Dressing, ABU Wool Manufactured into ClOth I OH nt the Jauesville Woolen Factory By F A. WHEELER SONS. AugMt 10, 60tf   

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