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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - August 23, 1862, Janesville, Wisconsin                               swt, to f iju JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 23, 1862, NUMBER 137, i) Daily G-azette IdlSHED EVERY EViNINfl EXCEPT SUNDAY MOWKW W1LCOX ,-v--c :im.-bOLLAK8 AiYEAB, PAVABLK IN ADVANOB HOUM mailt WltCOZl I.- ill UKATHai M it i'Twulva cloM matter, or IU equivalent In'space A sijuora. M 20 six 6  1 "'JtSFJoffr iwwder, paite or -WMj, for at i TALLMAN A Batliiug Towels, Uatliin? To wels, fancy tooth let of all go toTALLUANA COLLINH. JffTtor handkerchief i I.ubln'i or any klntlof perfumery, go to TALLWAN A COLLINB1, Hf" If you want a fever and tigue remedy, call A COLLINS'. i JWrlf you want burning -fluid, Uirt'ontlne, olchohoh laiim oil, good and i ,-ji at COL- i WNB'. you want a paint brush, ill oa CUM- bruth, white waih bnuh or i ,v a brushof any TALLMAN A COLLINS'. Trf TALLMAW Bachelor's Oriental 'Hair Tonic. OHental Hair Tonic. j ICrriplro Drug Htore, TALLMAN A COLLINS. Q T 1 MdUE BRUSHES, MORE BRUSHES, toourlarguitock, i Another Large Invoice of Brushes. Some never before brought tn'aket. All wlllbu Leather llaclc JJnuhn. whitewashing and old i; Scrublilug, with lonj Bruahea. flcruhhlug, with thurt Immllei, Utuihet, HoruB Mane Urinliej. Lump Chimney Druiliei. lloun.l Kud Window Marking Bag KaUomlna lltmhsj. ,'Allklnda of Scrub Ilruihet, cheap! quttr cheap very cheap! Whits Wmh.Whtta Mwoni Marklug llruthea. i At the COLLINS. TALLMAN COLLINS, TALLMAN A COLLINS. dawtf Five Dollars Keward. I) 1 Klfl'ltTH IXfASTHY, June 80th, oil tho 2tlth of June, from thue bar- jLf Private John Doncgnn, who tire feet six high, blue dark complexion, black bushy hair, black on an old'vthUe coot, black ttrair hat, checkM shirt, and about 92 0 monthj of age. The above nnd of cap- ture wilt be paid to any person delivering him at any military post. O. V. S. AIKK.V, JeSOdtw 2d Lieut. 8th Infantry If. 8. Army. DRY GOODS, Carpets, Oil Cloths AND GHOCK1ERY CHEAPER EVEU. A JjAHOK BTOOKOF Plain and figured. Ileaiulfu I doable fuceJ 11 o T 1 Tr ci fJ LI. A tI7 U. X X JA. K7 y all and qualities all colon. BROCADE MOZAMBIQUES, Check XkZobairSi ObalUeB, Lawns, and everything else In tho DRESS GOODS LINE to the most that DKKV OOMFKl'lTIOAT. LADIES CLOTHS. all nnd CLOAKS, CIRCULARS, X.AOX1 JOINTS, Shawls, at rutoulshlng low Joolctei, Shaken, HlbboiiB, NEW BOOKS! NEW orcraoc1" AT TIIC Literary.and IVcws Depot, Corner of Main Milwaukee In Jinny Keys, by Holnica; Cecil Dree me, by Wlnthrup; anuther large inTOlce of tn Life, Tltromb, together with a Urge wwrtmeittof Uooki, Jurentle llooki, Ac. 1ST S3 W M TJ 8 I O rocetreddtvtly. A great Tarlsly of New Music for .Piano forte. 43_Itememberthe place trated New Uooks, School Docks. the cornerof Maln'aud Milwaukee i! fefldtf.' iHcCormick's Reaper. Extras. I AM agent for the for the above' machine and can tut 'ply any extra wanted, fur of alt (37w3m] K, S. HARROWS. Job Printing, cheap, at thii Office. Hoop Skirts, i 'i Uroadclotiis, I'Bssimeres and Vestijigs, Carpets, Carpets, Carpctw, justrecelrod. 10 I I. O I. O T KC S all CROCKERY, by the plico, or package, all of which will be luld at the Hiowettt PoBMible forcaih. Thankful for pail furors, all are luiltcd tu call, aplldawtf 0. K. HBNNKTT. NEW GOODS! -1T- J.' UBT .RDOKIVKn, a flploudld Assortment ol CROCKER.Y. consisting of aororftl pattrrnaof IWhite Iron Stone China, the In the New York and latent Fnll of stoiri OOWKIO WAKI, o. o. WABZ, inoin WAAI, PAUTIP WABX, TIUOW AMD KOCXI.IOUAU W.iBI, 1C. ujortmentof VUKNOH CHINA 1VAKK, C'. fancy and Plain, In and to match' ftotuJ Miortment of L A S S W A R i: and Out, Plata and Fancy. Splendid lot ol Kerosene very Iiow. BJJfO LAMfS, SIDK LAMPS, KEROSEWB LANTERNS, lomelhtng OIL AND FLUID LANTERNS1 Rood choice, J LAMP OHIMNEIES, SHADES', fine aiiortment of TK1 TBATB, OASTOB8 AND CBUKTfl, TABLE CUTLERY, DESERT KNIVES, RU1IBER HAN- DLES, NEW PATTKKNS OF FOKKSANn were bought very tow of Imported and only, and wilt ft o 1 d O h o n IWrOull and If theto are October 7th, 1861. JANISVIILI, W13. FURNITURE WAREHOUSE j asr. s IIXOULD call the attention 'of tho people of TT Rock and adjoining counties, to Iticreai- for manufncturlng PARLOR, CHAMBER AND COMMON FURHIRUfiE which he will Greatly Reduced IJriceH. In addition to the manufactured by hlmsell to a large stock of Imported Furniture, which mbraceit everything for use. and hich, welt own of thetateit and superior-quality. 497 Codlus, of all Bins and trimmed In every ofitj'lecoBttantlyohliauil. Metnllo Burial 1 havojiut received a liirK'jftjsortiin'ut (if tlicsoartl- ctei, of au Improved stylo and perfectly nlr tight; none havo boon kept In city for tho lait three or much Jnconrenionce hnibotu experienced In lend tog for them. I Invite an oxtunlnatlon of all myitock, knowing that I can Rlvo ifttlsfactloii both In quality and price. Shop on doerabovo Central Bank, tlgn of the coffin. N. BWAQEH. WAR Cl, AITIS. niHK nndenlgned prepared to collect all War JL .the Oorornmoiit, nctudlns Pnniloni, Money anil Payot In Arrears, and of and Orphan children, for a rouonabtocompensatlon. Office In Lap- Block, U. K. COM STOCK, felidawtf Attorney at taw Bailey's Boot Shoe Store IIAB 11 KEN REMOVED FROM MYERS1 BLOCK to the OPl'OSITK SIDE OF, MAIN one door north of Tallman A. Drne Store. JOlTdawtf__________________________________ ALti KINDS OF JUSTIOK'S BLANK for tbU DAILY GAZETTE. Vrom the N, Y. Bmidsy Mercury. Letter from Orphcut Oi Kerr. EDITOR T. other day I went down to Accomac, to see the general of the Mackerel Brigade, who had invited me to be preaent while he made an offer of bliss to u lick-gallon t from thnt oppressed race which has been "the 'sole cause of this un- natural war, and ,is, from all concern iti it. The general, my boy) was, seated; in his temporary robin of audienco when I arrived, examining ft of the border'states through a powerful; magnifying and occasionally looking, into a tumbler, as though he expected to find aoinethiug there. "Well, old says what is our'next case scheme for the ben efit of the human race Be smiled paternally upon me, and says he: It is my purpose to settle the, negro question in accordance with 'the principles luid down in the book' of Exodus. Thun- says the general, with emphasis, "if we do not secure'the pursuit of happiness to the slave, even; we violate the and becorno obnoxious to the border communities." I was reflecting upon this remark, my boy, and wondering what the constitution had to do with thn book of when the delegation made its appearance, and caused iho room, to .darken perceptibly. Not to lose, the general waived [his hand for tho visitors to be seated, and says ho v i "You and we.are of different races, and for this reason it must be evident to you, as well as myself, that it is bettor you should be voluntarily compelled to eolonUe some distant but salubrious shoro. ,Thcro ia a wide difference between our races; much wider, perhaps, than that which exists be- tween any other two races. Your race suf- fers very greatly, and our race suffers in suf- fering your race to suffer. In a word, we both suffer, which establishes a reason why our race should not suffer your race to re- main here any longer. nra here are all present, T A Yes snh." "Perhaps you huve not been here all your lives. 1 our race is suffering the great- est wrong that ever was; but .when you cease to sufferings ,'ar'o still far from an equality with our sufferings. Our white men are now changing their base of operations daily, and often taking Mulvcrn Uilla. This is on your account. You aro tho causo of it. How you. buvo 'caused it I will not attempt to explain, for I do not know; but it is better for us both to be sep- arated, and it ia vilely selfish in you (I do not speak unkindly) to 'wish to remain here in preference to going to Nova Zembla. The fact that wo have always oppressed you renders you still more blaraablo, especially when we reflect upon the fact that you have never shown resistance. A trip on your part to Nova Zembla will benefit both races. I cannot promise you much .bliss right away. You may starve at firstj or die on the passage; but in the revolutionary war General Washington lived exclusively on the future. 'He wan benefiting his race; and, though I do not see much ,similarity between his caao and yours, you bad better go to Nova Zembla. You may think that you could live in Washington, perhaps more to than you could live on a foreign shore. This is a mistake. None but white army contractors and brigadiers on furlough can live here. The festive isle of Nova Zembla boa been in existence for some time, and is largor than any smaller place I know of. Many of the original settlers have died, and thoir offspring would still be living bad they lived 'ong enough to become accustomed' to the jHtnate, You may object lo go on account of your affection for your race, -but it does not strike mo that there is an; cogent rea- son for such affection. So you hod bettor ;o to Nova Zembla. The particular place have in view for your colonization is the (real highway between the North Pole and Sir John Franklin's supposed grave. It is a popular route of travel, being much fre- quented by the facetious penguin and the lowing It has great resources for ice water, and you will be able to hnvo icu cream every you supply your- selves with the essence of lemon and patent reezers, As to other food, I can promise foil nothing. There are fine harbors on all sides of this place; and though you may see no ships there, it will bo still some But- sfaction to know that you have-such admi- rable harbors. Again, there is evidence of very'rich bear-hunting. When you take pour wives and families to a place' where here is no food, nor any ground to be cut- ivated, nor any place to live in, the human mind would as naturally turn to benr-bunt- ng as to anything Bui if you should lio of starvation at the. onset, even bear- iuuting may dwindle into insignificance. Why I attach so much importance to bear- uniting is, it will afford you ivu opportune y to die more easily tbttn by famine mid exposure. Bear-hunting is the best thing know of under such circumstances, You are intelligent, and know that hu- man life depends as much upon those who possess it as upon anybody else. And iiuch will depend upon yourselves if you to Nova Zembla. As to the bear hunt- ng, I think I see the means available for engaging you in that very soon without in- jury to ourselves. I wish to spend a little money to get you there, and may possibly lose it nil; but we cannot expect to succeed in anything if we are not successful in it. Tho political affairs of NOVA Zembla arc not iu quito such a condition as I could wish, the boars having occasional fights, there, over the body of.the last Esquimaux governor; but these bears are more gen- erous than wo are. They have no objec- tion to dining upon the colored race, Besides, I would endeavor to have you made equals, and have the best assurance that you should be equals of the best. The practical thing I want to ascertain is, whether I can get a certain number of able-bodied men to send to a place offering such encouragement .and Could I get a hundred tolerably intelligent men, with their wives and children, to par- take ot all this bliss? Can I have fifty? If I had twenty-five able-bodied men, prop- erly seasoned with women and children, I could mako a commencement. These aro subjects of very great importance, and worthy a month's study of the paternal offer I have made you. If you have no consideration for yourselves, at least con- sider the bears, and endeavor to reconcile yourselves to the beautiful and pleasing lit- tle hymn of childhood, I would not live I would nut nk to itay t At the termination of this flattering and my boy, the delegation took their, hats and commenced to leave in silence; thereby proving that persons oj African descent are utterly in- sensible of kindness and much inferior to the raco at present -practicing strategy on this continent. Colonization, my boy, involves a schjuit) of human happiness so entirely beyond the human power of conception, that tha con caption of it will almost pass for something inhuman. DIUFTINO IN Springfield Stato Journal says It is now generally understood that there will bo a draft in this state, for tho purpose of filling up the 111! nois regiments now in tho field. BOOT SHOE STOBE! No, I) Jackmaii Smith's Next Door to tbo Rock Co, Bank. aplldawtf No, 100 lake Struct, Chicago, >RKMIDM Wig Makur and Hnlr Jewelry, mauufdc nJii turoi all klnJii of HATH JHWKLRT, IIRAOKLKTS, NEOKtAOKS, BAR DROPS, PINS, HAN- UTO. Tho fallowing mint be taken tu liuuro a (It: yon wios. 1. The round of thehoad, 2. From the forehead to tba neck. S. From enr to onr. 4. Prom barovorthocrown lo ear. tan TOUPXM. 1. The round of the head. 2. Vroni foruheftd tu cxtrntof Luliltirna. 3. from eartouar. 4.Acroii the tmld place, over the crown. Kvery ArtlcleWRrrftHteclSfttUrHctory. i It need beonlyaddeillh.it Mr. OluwnUt term lUchclor's world renown- ed hujlncM in New York, nnd that he received fit thn Into UnlUxl States Fair the niul only premium, over All competitors from every p'irt of tlio Union, aliofrom ill (rerun t other Stato nnd Mechanic martfldly-weowly J. 3D.B-JST E 0 N hand and conatautly ruci'lTiug a good nieut of Fine CJoM Hiul .Silver Cnse.l Wntches, The American AVutcli, Strrlttifr Silver Ware, BUver I'lnted AVnrc, Table ami Pocket Cut levy, Knioru, .Hheiiri nnil RoJii I'eiii, Goods lind in fact ovary thl up you cnn wUh, will be conitnnt- ly on hand ninl far tala n ttun you ciiiii buy elsewhere. Having a practical In thin country niid Kiirojic, I nonfldent thnt I can BMttfy Iu any of the nit nt dltlicult work on Otirononn-tori, Duplex or nny other  .isc, unit tlioulJ be. nted by all who lire Iu a country wlii'rn Iho water U bad, ur whoro Chills and are [irdVnlent. It.'liiK entirely Inuocrnt auJhnrmlen.they may bu gtrt'ii fit fly Iu ChlUreti 'nod with lot' ptiulty. Phyilclnns, Clergymen anil trmperance in not of humanity, nhould assist in iprnadlng'tbete truly valuable 1IITTKH.S over (lie land, an 1 thereby icntlnlly ultl In ImiUliInc Drunkenness cmd Ulteaic. UlIAlllvKS U'lUDIKJKU) A CO., William fit., Hew Yolk. And by Pi uegftts generally. U. R. CURTIS, WALLPAPER! WALL PAPER! First Great Arrival of Hie Season.: WK hnvo undoubtedly tliolnrjjcat and mostolennut stock of WALL PAPERS AND BORDERS ntliostntu, r.inglngfrcm ptrroll. Alto nn ondleSH vnrlety of Tho place to buy Wall of the bent styles and at thu lowest prlcei, u at the Wall Paper Depot, corner of Main nnd Jillwnukce streetf, Jackmi.n A new block. [mrlOdaw] 0. J. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS WK hare Juit roci.red another Urge Invoice o) I'hotogntph Albiinn, some beaittllUI Jph'ndld Pliolograplis or HaTvey, with hit own slgnlturc, An Jelldawtf 0. J. DK iBBOBN: I nni nun- opening HID largest and but stock of HE a t s and O a evar brought to Jnncavllle, compriilng the very Latest Stylos and Best Material! which must and will be sold for tho cni-h, nt tho Hat Store, West ilde. J. B. CHALK. ALL KINUB OK fHINTINd NklATLY MXKOUTJtD AT UIB 01VI01 BS.O'DBA now lolling her large stock of IVl-and fMhIonable winter In Velvet, PMIn, agteat In fact, no reasoimblu offer will be reniied, inutt be made or BONNETS GIVEN AWAY! to mako room for her spring and will fltiJ even now, handsome au pfinllllutry in can be west of New York. Old of her will be rvtrlmmcd and made Ilka new, witfiout any charge. made or cut to order, and the newett. model fumbbedfura mere nothing. Tlcaie call nnd tee, la- dlei, before purchaiing cliewliere. 4- In Young America Olotbian decSOdtf. New Music! New Music! Comic Song am! Clicruj. Hattle llell. Bleep Sleep. i Unclo Jotfi Kail Columbia, Bone; and Chorui. 0 Wrap tho Vlae Around Me Iloj-s. TbeHoatmMy Crown, Tho KlOo Match.' Tho Gunboat Quickstep. Kingdom Coming, with CoquetteUnzutka. ReceliM thli dny at Planing Mill! PLANING MATCHING on Short Notice, at iny ilmp on Mnln near tho ddin. Sawing, Turning Si Scroll Sawing. BRACKETS A MOULDINGS1 of all kinds and 8ASU, DOOHS AND DLINDS. STAIR RAILIMO, NEWELL POSTS A BALUSTERS. T XT H I 3NT O 1 of alt klndi for cabinet JAMKS M1LIP, I'rncticnl ArchlUctaiidUulhltr., White; Wash Brushes, ALL .SIZES, ALL ICINDS! PAINT. BRUSH The i HCKUK BRUSHES, VABNJSn. BRUSHES, I MARKING BRUSHES) HAIR BRUSHES, _ LATHER BRUSHES'. 'NAIL' .STENCIL BRUSHES, COUNTER ..HOUSE BRUSHES, CLOTH BRUSHES, great Depot. for, BRUSHES is nt TaiJmaii PEOPLE'S DRUG STOBB, WoatMilwaTikco ad: n I H.'Curtis DRUGGIST AND APOTHECARY KXKPB on band afall itock of all to the General Drug Trade, nnd of tbo DO o t i i t v, i andalwayMeUiBttho, Xi O ,B S T .DP R. I O El are requMted to examine quality and pried. 3P atntinjr SWC atari B 1 s, j i Dye Stuffi, Machine Oil and Kemcne oil quality and low BURNIMB FLUID, ALCOHOL AND QAMPHEIU.' Kerotone amd Fluid Lampt rind Wi'lu. BR.USH'ES AND TOIXiET ARTICLES PIXINQS. j', Ila.tr Olio unA Poinniter, MOWAISS, POCKKT WCX Jl'.- ife., TOILJCT COMMON SOAI'H, 1 all fur site O HEAP FOR CASH. tnarTdawtf "W 3E1 NOW SELL A GOOD H OR ;CA V than can bobonjbt 3E3 .T7CT 33 IB IV. C3ST. ___________________ J it M t Re c e i v e il, ttr Irouglittu IT I S 3WT A. H. K 33 consisting tn part of FAN AX A. AND T JBt t Cloth ami Velvet cap s, In everything N KJ "w A N r> a o o u In the lino, ior MEN AND BOY 8. ihaped accurately lo tha hind with the French Oonforniattier, at the E W SFAFER ''SPAPERf   

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