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   Janesville Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - February 24, 1863, Janesville, Wisconsin                               riie !Dailv' G-azette I3USHED KVIRr EVENIN8 EXGEPT SUNDAY ......-v.---... I1ULT, -'BOWKM-' --WXI.OOX, ItHAFPOTS BLOCK, MAIN STSSKT. E R M 8 SIT DOLLARS'A'YKAR, PAYABLK IN ADVANOK OlUltH BOLT. lOWM. DAXUl Wit CO I RATES OF tti la r -100 '--floo 00 4 00 im BOO w 3 00 1 1 dd 8 do di) .do do do do 2 do 8 do dove- do do do do .ndfance on 1 Senate. Oolutuu 3 do do 6 do do da i v 3 tuontha, do do fl do do 1 U do- 3 months, 6 do do 1 do do a Jo do t 1300 18 00 8000 14 06 8000 4000 18 00 80'CO 00 00 .85 00 __ CO 00 100 00 In per year'each par additional line. Special Noltcoi, (levied aiid kept ImitnK pre- oedenco of ordinary advance on ordinary ratea; v of lei. lie..half price. not accompanied with dlrecttooi .will bo Ituorto'l till forbid, nnd charged for accordingly. Ml rrnniirnl Ailctrdttmtnti muitbtpaiil Soring Mils Collectable quarterly. Burgoon, olllco and resldenco- corner of Academy and Wnliatrecli, NOAH NKWKL.IJ, and dock wiw.- pin's oaat of rh JaaoiTllIt, WU. s. p. HomeopAthltt and Burgeon. Office at Deale'inat8tore tncc, flTO doori lauth of (he Biyptlit Church. Office JMkniau block', orerthb Kock County Hank, Janmllle, nprgdawtt fcTON 4t JACKSON, orneyt qt Uyatt III nwi Block, WU .U. at UN W NANS, i... at L w, nnder Control auSOdawtf WILL.AHD Attorney kt Law and Unite J States Court Commls- tlouer. Office Lappln'i Block, fanetTtlte, .Wlteon- :iln. a aprlBdawly Attorneyi nnd "obunstllow .il IJNW. "Office blcck, 1 j; Q. W. OIlITTlflNBKn, M. Homcoopathlst nnd Surgeon. -Ofacf And residence, Ac-uloiny a fevr roJn north wtMtMltvraukeefrvlght dojtot. jyOdatftr HAMFOItD A. IltJDSOIf, v: Attorney and Counsellor at Office 'In Xmplre Block, jMirtvllle, fVUcondn. :y -i J U. A. PATTKRSOW. Attorney at Law and Jmtke of tho Peace, Jansivlllo, WU. tarn Offlco. _ O ASK dc HKia All'lS Attoravya at Law. Offlca In 'Block, Main Wli. jOU.t M. JAM13 U. KilOUlT BKJfNKTT, OASBODATf OIBUK, Atiorneya CoTJWolon :at Law. -OfflcerlAppln't block, JannTllle, WlB.ptHl furnlth AtttmUof 1'itlo and Loan Money.' jfSdly A. i alA Jf Attorae- and 'Counfe'lcr at Law. Office In Block Mvon corner Main and Mil-. waukm Mrretl. c ..._....' 1. O. O. F. Wltconi n Lodge, No. U, In Lapplu'i Kveulngofsach wank. A. I'HOKHAM.N.O. _ MCW YORK CASH flTOUH. Smith i ilostwicki Wholesale ami Uetall dealer) -In Dry d Crockery, Bolar nnd Shoej. Ilonnett. Clothing and every of llurchaudiso at the Tory lowutt "i-. BOOTS SHOES. A LAUQK INYOIOB OF F R E S EC-' a O O I) S IBKQ to Inform wynumeftfUJ patrons nnd the generally that I Unre returned from the with a largo and well .elected itock of which, for tarletjr of itjrlei iind excellence of workman- CANNOT BE BEAT., Look At the 111 of ft few articles umned below: Men'i Split, Of, KunlO, Palna, French Kip ranging from 90 cU to f Vut. lluiT, luting, Gloro, C fund U oat i V 1 from tl.00 to Cf, Pat, Qlote, Of, 01 and Grain. Prgged Congreii, g, Ototig, 811k Core Heel, Wo j ;-j nly .i KID coara f.-i- rom tl.00 to at, Kid, Buff and Cloth 1V BOO T E E S, from 76 eenta to ll.TJ. :i b', Carpet anil Toilet s t, 1 1? i? K in, s ranislng from 40'ccnta to Boys' Misses' and Chlltlrens' Wear, B great nnd at correspondingly low lam gnabled.by buyitiK strictly fur caih nnd ol to giro a better article for Xj o'.ai 3VC o M. o y' than any otha'r concern dsrb' 'do'." 1 am not bat telling a plain simple truth. I hare now In atore good ttcvk of Ooitora Made Work, TO OHDBH with dMpatch and reaionable -j for tho Tory liberal pAtronaga heretofore bellowed ,1 km alQceroly grateful and hopo for a conllnunuco of iho I wouid solicit n call froui all about pnrehantnK, well aMured that I can a are them a MllwnuVee, Cbleag'JorRochetterpront. 0. MINKR. Blunol Big lloot, oppualte McKey Jt llro.'l. Main AMUSEMENTVV THR nroprlntbrt would retpfctftUIy-'unnouncd to Jho of Junmlllo uncj ilclnltr that they havo recently leuetl 'ttio S-tloon and Ball two 'and tiara apartd.nb palm In making them claw allnyi, thorougly repalr- and fumUhod All thoio Ilka tho healthful eser'clx ara tocM and try Ibenj. Oritorn and M all tlmea. lUaMC of iilirchwer, or Nu Sato. .Tlie Corn Planter. Attachment to the llldi-irdaon DHll will plit'il coru In 111 H .A. o c w m t ol y nnJ any dlitatico apart, from two to five feet; ani tiro or tnrourows nt i' i Jlr. W. II La'Pr'alrlo. us'td'ouo of tho Illch- Drills to-, 50 Acres of Corn iOd 100 acr'pi of wlt'ent. plstiteil thrco rows of coru it anil In o suit Ma mind. Any. "no ng to know about tlio iilanlor plwisu toqulrour Mr. taitw ot tho Jjnln St., Another Large'.Invoice of TTnSTjrecoIvetl nttho.JjinedvUla IJtorary Iltnporl U- utn i corner storK Some bt-autlful Q. J. DKAlttlOHN.. MACHINE at THJB The Jessup Graiii Drill! i t Improved nml Made tiy R. J. RICHARDSON. rpUE intljfac'tioa whlclfthe IHclianlioii Drill give In J.-' 1802 induced tne io Make Double the Number for 1863, principle of tha Dilll U oil that wis at firit claimed furlt.- 'rhoevperloncayf 1502 'euablel me to make them Adapted to tha this u; ,-ti) Which Is very dlfflciilt to till. Mora than three hundred bftheio drills ware tued In vicinity nnd It la universally conceded that the Rlchardwn Drill i PER F E qT t, Y A C C U R AT E In the quantity of Sttd J ere, and that It Is cailiy tuljnstwl tu auy quantity deilrtd. It Is alto cun- ceded that iho tlin i -1 Lightest JJraft und tlie'Eusiest for the Tciiiii Tho drllU ol 1863 atercaillly changeable from double to oliiglu'rank.-; Tlie polnto nru longer, aharper" nud heavier than these of 1602, which rotidur tUoni bettor to tha hard and crtuty noil of early fall plowing. v; v.j t.-... largo Advance on Material wo hara cducluded to offer our drills ut tho V i ittnl3C2, which la na follows 0 tooth, 10 tooth, I7C; U tootli.iso; V-Motnb, 13 tooth. iL'O. TJ tht-Bu w.ho iho lllclinrdion Drill it is need- leta tomy .Of tkoie u-hodo.-tit know thtinj, would atknn rufor to anyone who liaj used I hem. Ourdrlllswroiiow., i. READY FOR- They uro made at tho well known R o t k i R i v er.'.l r o 11 W p rk s of HiirrJs, Qaltd, 4 Tyler. Tho character of tholr work U .well Uuown.' I would like OTerjboJy cxftmino theso "V." To Ihoju wlshlna toptirchiMe dilllj, I uuldajiy Ihut I guarantee their i 'iro'; Sritisfaotio 1 Ciill nt the JStovu br RICE, C5AUL RICE andae-c the nosortiiiontof TO BE FOUND IN TUB CITY. Vfa Imrojiut liuotco of Sklrti and noiv offor tho following to LadlDi At the lowest price: tSAlfLSr.1 CLASl'F.V. DO WIDK TAl'K -DO DIAMOND TIED. SttXLTON it aSllORITX UOKR THAU. KW DO QUAKEIl DO -.ifAXHOtt' TM'K .WehftToftUothullKSl'andLAUOKSTnjsortnientfor YOUNG j AiVI) CHILDREN'S SKIRTS QbefuunJIiithoclty. for the 8th; TInited States Infantry', EflTVable boJIcdnicnbctwwu tliAngcaof 18 and OS hot IUM than A 0 lucliei high nud ol good character. The tciiu ralditf beuntlllcil totlionttniB pny and lionutlvn in those allowtd In volunteer mrvlce. lly ti-iieral onlars-lut; froui tha Adj Ocit.'t olllce, Ingtun, 0, VidutilcCM can tiaui- fer to Iho rfjjtifur army. Dy good conduct and attention to duty u aoldlcr will rlna to of n of- llcer, tttul many uro iitonioted to i tho rank of camtnliiianttl njjlc'rt. If .1 Aoldipr he It rocHvon Jnlsaloti to the- Soldiers' Jltme, wlilch will nlTord lilni com fort- i -ibia as long ai bo may vilah to enjoy 'Fur funh'jr Inforunttlon up- ply M No3, Hjatt Mouse. ._ 0. V. 8.. A1KUN, JaWd U.S. Infly, ItccrultluKOIficer. 'From the Agencyof C.H.Scriyeii. F ANK S 0> ALLKIXDS. WAUKUOUBK TIIUCKS, LETTER I'HESSKS.ic. OREENLEAF 4- CO.1, Chicago. by R. J. UIOIIAUDSON. Buy only tho mySldnwly _ _ _ L FASHIONS! for.; now ready for oxhlbltlou at Beale's Hait, Cap and Fur Store, WEST 'SI D E TH E Rl V ANOTHER; GREAT ARRIVAL nl the M A MM Q T H ST O 'RJ McKRV A day rccclvd Twenty Thoniand Dollars worth of 1ST Gr o o d si illroct from Aitsflon.v January JIcKKY A-llItO. JnOJtf J5PECIAL NOTICE, S' y.THOMPSONh'aBretrirnedtoJftneiiTnieandattt. np In good itylo, over Drugstore ojjpoiltatho Hyatt Homo, where he lutcudi to ofthecltliena of Janet vlllonnd vicinity In ftooU HI tho but can ba matlo, (inJ a little Cheaper thai Pleaio call nnd Bpcclmeni and Hit pi price myMdawtf 0? Wiseontfn, and tho Korthwejl _lbrialfiUy ,'t rcOJtr A-LAUOE Jfor tale M the book of BUIBEBLAND It RID1B. invented in 18i5, f.la fv MAKUFAOttrnHD BUOTIIKR of KUAS IKNVK, JR., tlie orfplnul In- ventor nnd pauntcapfthe HOWE SEWING anil from whlch'nll other BewlnB derlvotholr yJ and to whom all olhi'rn piy a Thti is tho dlilosl itnclilno In the wotlil In IiupVovrd from tluo to ttino, nnd fully perfected ii'Junuiuy 1SQ2. -1'nrtlciilurly ailnptod lit t.nnlly me, J iiianut.tcturlug boot nmt work, enrtlxgo trimming, Ac., Ac. Ifartug tliewIJust rnripoofiwlaptablllty ro ecwlng, of any uwchlno pro- duced: illiiy tho 'Improved JIowo Sowing andlinvo.hb (tltchrs, brtaktHg of uordlw, lio lunro.trDUl'li' in tho finest fabric or ho coavBcst no diniculty ID niwlng over Htiuns, nnd n inuch'luo tiiiit is warranted uot to gotont ofordor with proper euro. Don't buy n sewing maclituounltl after jou Imvo ox- Dtnlnod this tho very Host Ulacliiad Ju tlie World, A. ACENT or Jmiert'vllli" niul comity, at the Jtocluetcr Etioo Store, next diior to Heck County Hank. iioSdawtl1 BOOT SHOE 8TOEE! Smitirs IHcck, Noxt Door to tlio Co. Dank. BAKER'S Celebrated SToisoloss 8 e w i n g M 'a 'chili e s, MAKINQ 110TII THE Bilker and tlio Loek StiteJi, Price and Upwards, ?irst Premium in Illinois, Oliio !t Michigan. Iho UIIOVKIl A 1 ItAKKIl 8. M. CO., can have tlmlr choice of. mn- inaklng ciltlicr xtltch, iitnl If tln-y Jeiiro a. 'iht inly cwmpntiy tn nfftr inch (r.rlwtmtnli. They nUuofftr to tho public at tho extrtmuly low irlco of j A Striiight SeedlD Lock Midi Machine, Fninlly Thlit machine l y the idleness of a long if our lenrts retained abme rcraniint of that pat-- riotism which, in 1792, sent our forofalhera o tho banks of tlio Rhine, tho answer would ba.nn easy one. fear we can no longer comprehend jt.. If.to-raor- row the south of Franca sbould revolt end demand separation, if Alsace and Lorraine' wished to isolate themselves, what ..would >e, I do not any our right, but our duty Would we stop to count votes, to know if a u half of the French people had a right to destroy the national unity, to an-' nihiliito.France, to-rend.in fragments the jldrious heritape.bought with tho .blood .of our 'forefathers? No, wo' would tnko. up oiir uiuskctfi and march. Wo'a to him who does not'feul that his country is sacred, and that it is glorioiiH to defend it even at the cost of all possible tuflerings- and dan- The United States have' felt 'this from th'e tho Ohio and Mississppi were still only streams lost in' the Rreat forestn of the soulhwest-r-whon; the.first planters wcro but a handful of men, scattered over tho wilderness, the Americans knew already that New Orleans was the key of the whole country.' Thoy would not luave it' in pos- session of Spain -or Franco. -Napoleon understood, this. -Ily held iu his hand tha future greatness of tha United States.' It did hot displease him to -cede to America this vast with the. intehlionj. he Biiid, of giving to England a maritime ri- val, which sooner or later would humble the pride of ou'r Mr. Laboulaye tukea a brief historic re trospection of the cession by Franco of tho states and territories .of Arkan- sas, Mississippi, Minnesota, Kansas. Oregon, Nebraska, Dacotah, Jefferson aiid Washington, to tho United States.1 "It is from us that they (the United .their.title and their possession, They have the right of sixty years' occu- right consecrated by labor and 'derivod from a Bolerari contract, and hotter still, from nature -nnd from God. And for defending their right, wo reproach them. "What would wo say, if- to-morrow ;.Normandy, in rebel lion, should claim as her.own Rouen and Havre? And yet what is the course of the Seine compared to that of the Mississippi, which receives as tributaries all the waten Wo see, then, what to think of tha pre tended tyranny there is in the assertion that she wishes to oppress and subjugate.tha South. On the contrary, the North only .defends herself In maintaining tho is. her..right it is her existence) that she would: have, f Thua farjhnve spoken in the name o her material interests only. examine the moral and political- interests, wo ehall see more clearly ;that -the ;Nortl cannot yield without self destruction.'! The United.Statasarera republic, the best, and the same.time mildeit and bappiest governmonl that .tho world has ever Tho immense Boraa spent by us to avoid or maintain war, were ua'ed'by the Americans to establish schools giving to every citizen, rich or poor, hat education, that instruction which con- stitutes tho moral grandeur and true riches of a people.'' Their foreign policy was con- ained in one single, to in- ertneddlo with the political quarrels of Eu- rope, on tlio solo condition that Europe would never interfere in their affairs, and would respect the liberty of tho seas. for the last seventy years wo have spent billions to maintain our liberty or our >reponderance in .Europe. The- United itates have employed their billions in ame- {orations of all kinds. This, is tho secret f their prodigious success'; their iHolation IBS made their prosperity. "The north affirms that tho pcoploof the Jnited States are one people, and that their country shall not bocut in two. This is no- de. This is grand and what, astonishes me is, that Franco can remain, unmoved in view of such patriotism. i Let us .take a map of the United f wa except Virginia, the two Carolwns and Georgia, which were originally English olonies all tho rest of thu south in ucUtled pon lands bought nnd paid for by the Un- on. That is to say, tho north has borne he greatest part of tho o.xpciue, Louisi- ana was sold to tho United States iu 1804, >y the first Consul, for fifteen millions of ollara. Florida was purchased of-Spain n 1820, for about twenty-five millioua. The Mexican wnr, with its coat of a billion of money, and its. cruel losses, .was neces- iary to secure Texas. In short, of.all tho ich territories that border the Mississippi md Missouri, front thuir eourco to their mouth, tliero is not one inch but has bcuu laid for by tbo' Union, nnd therefore be- ongs to Can old; Europe, whcro unity is every vhere the result of conquest, fchow us n ti- lo to property so sacred as this A cotni- rv more entirely tho cumuion work of a whole people And now, euall n minority io permitted to appropriate a territory which belongs to all, mid lo choose for them- elvcil the best pnrt of it Can n minority permitted to destroy tho Union nnd itn- >eril its first benefactors'without whom, in- leed, it could not exist? To say that this revolt is not impious, is to say that caprice constitutes right. Tho south viclorious would bo doubtless no less a friend of slavery, no less in love with dominion, than in former times. Tho enemies of slavery, now masters of their own policy, would not surely be made moro moderate by soperation. What would tho o'uthern confederacy be to lha north A oreign power established in America, with i frontier of frontier open on all sides, and, consequently, always hreatenihg or threatened. This power, loatile by reason oi'its vicinity, and stilt more so on account of its institutions, would lossess somo of iho most important par- Ions of the Now World. She would own ialf the ficuconat of the would command Uia Gulf of Mexico, nu inland ca one-third tho size of tho Mediterranean, jbe would bo mistress of tho mouths of iho ippi, nnd could at her will ruin tho of tho west. It would bo necessary to establish cus- om hoiiHes over 500 leagues, to construct and arm furta along this immense- frontier, upport a largo standing army nnd navy, n other words, they must renounce the old constitution', weaken municipal independ- ence and concentrate power. Adieu then o tho old and glorious liberty 1 Adieu to hoHa institutions which madu America tho common country of all tiioso who lucked n ireathing placo in Europe. The work of Washington-would bo utterly destroyed, and ho new condition of thing.! would ba full of difficulty and peril. I understand how such a future might rejoico tho peoplti who can never part ju America her prosperty and her grandeur. History is full of these deplorable) jealousies. But I understand even still better how a people accustomed o liberty should risk their last man and heir last dollar to keep the inheritance) of .hiiir fathers, nnd f respect it. What I do not comprehend is, that there Hhuuld be bund in Europe people, calling thumselvoa iberal, who "reproach the north for her courageous resistance, and counsel a shame- ful "The war is terrible evil; I from tho .war a durable peace may spring." So far I have argued on tho hypothesis that the Bouth would remain an independent power... It might last a i'uw years, but in ten or twenty years, when the west shall have doubled or tripled its free population, what will Iho confederacy per force, by servilo culture, compared to a people of men shutting'her in on two Bides) In self-de- fciiso tho south would bo forced to lean on Europe, Her existence would depend on her being'protected by n maritime power, England alone is in a condition tu guaran- tee her sovereignty. This would be a new danger for freo America and for Europe. There io no navy in the and with slavery there never will be any. England atonce would seize the monopoly of cotton, and would furniah tho south with capital and ships. In'two "words, tho triumph of the south is tbo ro-cstablislinicnt of Eng- land on the continent, wlieuco oho was driv- en by the policy of Louia and Napo- leon. This ia what Napoleon felt to bo true; this is what we forget to-day.' It would seem as if history were merely n collection of pleasant stories to amuse children. No one is willing to understand tho lessons of the past. If the experience- of our fathers was.uot loat upon our ignorance, wo should see that in.defending her own independence and in maintaining tho national unity, tho north defends our causa as well as her own. AH.our prayers would be for tho triumph of our old and faithful friends, To weaken the United Siafes would bo to weaken our- selves. At the first quarrel with England we shall regret, but too late, that we aban- doned a pojicy which for forty years has been the guarantee of our own safety. To-dly she might 'coma'back into the Union, even with her 'Blnvcd. It is only demanded of her not to destroy the nation- al unity, and not to subvert liberty. Wo cannot repeat it too north is not the aggressor. It only defends, as every true citizen should, the national compact, the integrity of-the country. "It is sad that it has found .so.littla sup port in Europe, atid especially in Franco. .They relied on us they .placed their we Imro abandoned them ns if the sacred words of of liberty no longer nwoko a response in our hearts. What has become of tho days -when tho whole of France young La- fayette, as he buckled on his aword in tho canae of America? Who has imitated him has'recalled that glorious memory? Have wa grown so old ai to have forgotten W. G. WHEELOGK, Wines, Bar Fistnres, Flckles, FRUITS, ETC, on hand a large tmortment of Ihe oliulcesl klniiiof French Jlrnndleo, Holland niii, Jumal- oa, St. Orotx Rint Xevr Knglancl Hum. AnitnnnnitlnM variety of Imported Tho bin Ijrvi of London 1'orlor and Bcoltii Alo, India Pale Alo In Jugi, wlilcb will be fniinil n must excellent drink far InvslIJs. Currwt Wltia, In bottles or on drauglit. Old Kentucky Fetch Ili-nmly ma! llourbon Wlililcv, Vlrsltilit and 1'cnnirl- Monouguliela Wliukjr, New Jewey Claer UHKtVT WKSTKllft- OKPUT Turner's (JlnEcr Wine, Longworth'a fitlll t Cftiiwrba. I'lko's Cluclnnatl Ohio M'blikr. IIujtcller'H Btomacli UlMti, Hclitililam Schnuppj, Cataw- 1m llraiidr, olUt 1C n. B t o r n J o b b i n e J? r I c e m. OS- Tho lirst MiOTttDtnl of Bottloc] Llfjnon, VflDH, Oinlliils, 4c.. In the Weal, 90010 ot which been In boltlw over four ycnn. Old Uppln'n Itlock, MMnetrccI, oppo flltn tho Mynri JIoiuo.JftnexTlllo, Vi'll, ivulBdnwt- BRAND Si HORNiCK, UPHOLSTERERS, nnd HA VINO Ihosljop fananlf occupied by H. i maiiulactuia to onler nil kinds of fnriiltuio. lining runrteen years ozncrlcnco In Iho Luilnw, wo fed coiimettnt to WRI i ar.t t- ntlro sntfsfacllon to Ml who umy fivor ui with their orders. UPHOLSTERING, CURTAIN nANOING, CARPET MAKING, ilenuln the approved. tbothartettno- Hco, nf all connlnutlynn hand. We will bo ready ut nit to nttend to culln In the cily And country. I'l'tfOMhi riivil of Hitytlilujf In ilila Mnuwlll ilo well to Klvo in n call, ns via will giro them our ixsrxonn! atten- tion. Repairing Done on bhorl Notice! on Main street, north of New- cll'ij grocery, Jmitnllle, M'U. H. BcplOcUttBrn T. II. PEOPLE'S DRUG STOEE, Tililwaakoo Street, JAKESVItLK, WlfiOONBlIi G-. H. Onrtis DRUOCISTAND APOTHECARY' KKKl'H onhandafatlit'ckofAllartlcleibelonglnr to tha General Drag Trade, and ol the o at t C? A 1 i audalwnyHaclliattho rhyilclnui are rorjueitod to tiamlne quality and prlcu. __ ttfniliuiortiaeat; Dye Stuffs, Sin thine Oil and Keroiene Oil ijtialityftaJ lew price. BURKING FLUID, ALCOHOL AND OAMPHENE, Corosouo and Fluid Lamps and Wlckt. BRUSHES :AND COMBS TOILET AHTICLSJS FIXINGS, tlalr Ollnnml aoNAiss. rooKKT Jutirfs, MCI (tfACKS, clt., TU1LKT 4, OOMMOW SOAPS, fur CHEAP FOR CASH. PEOPLK'8 DBUQ BTOUB. Metropolitan Fire Insurance Kcir r OiriTiL we ficmi'v, MERCHANTS' DESPATCH PAST FREIGHT LINE! i rnrritan Kipresi PHOM NEW YORK AND BOSTON TO TOK WKBT AND [JORWAHD8 gowla at E7 any lino running wpiliixcopt the rwular KipreH to. Forwwdingbllla.covi-riDg Ihe cutlra (rtw'' lew York and Norton, will bo glvrn. lrfft.t-V D. W. LEWIS SPECTACLES. rpIIK HUllSCHIBKR n very Urge dock of all the 1 ilin'tircnt kinds of tpectaclrs required for the varl uiu defects In ninile of Iho boat material, which will Im ticcuraiuly fitted to Iho parion nvedlnf th-ni. we ino'intdl In ovc-ry variety o style, and will vn nt the lowetl priori. Thenttcn (Ion of nil who require an nnJ comfortable article, nf n quality, It Invite to my itock, BI I cm suit tlieiu In nil caftt-s. J. A. DKNNJUi Another Iiarg-o Arrival or Crockery W HE E 'LO'C-K S. TUST belt etock of While Granite ani f7, nil kinJ.iof Crockery ever brougbt to thin town Tlioio of otiu or two hundred dollarn, tc r( (.ill, will do well to look hero before poltiR to Chicagt or llUvTiiultPt.', and hoii'u lirrpen nnd hotvl krepor who wish full sells or psrts of lo Whcelock's, flnonMorliiu-ntof vnrlomklndio HOUSEKEEPING GOODS! Tho stock of Tnlte, alasa In tlio Plate Trtblu Tea Trsye of all Ac 1 Jiviicivlllf. JiinnOth. Forte Organ! S. WILL ba finppy to giro Instruction to thoie vrb nmydcslrolt, In PIANO FORTE ORGAN MUSIC, Thorough Iin'4. lUildencn an Jackson throe ilof.ru soiilli riftho Mulhojlitchuich.. N. U. liutructiuo given n t tho reaMenceof her pnpll fdwlred. 'Alexander Kid Gloves! LAIUJIIl'iVoieorif thonbnvcQIoMii lliUday ro cfivc.l by fttl ilitnol nauta. fc'illTH A 1JOSTVVICK Jamiity 1BC.1, A Set of Mink Furs! price Hundred Dollsia: tobf lot JtV for aUty. at 1 URO. January 10th, JalOdtf INSURANCE. Fire, Life Marine.-'-, .w OASH CAPITAL Hartford Fire Insurance t1 InocrpcratMl 1S10. ABSITJ, j '7 'fl.OOO.OJO. .V" SprlngfieldJFire Marine, Ins. Co., (Until flrotM, Manhattan Fire Insurance; Tho oldwt Co.In N.Y, Inccfpcnttid ClFItiL ltO> fiOCKOI, 5 Niagara Fire-insurance, York Oiriru ARB BratiOT, Phculx Fire Insurance Company, Brooklyn, N.- ,i, York Life Insurance i''i OOee. Peut'f Utoek, Main it.. WU (olldtr nd dellTtr at dtpot, corner of Hudeon'knd TbotuM; New York, nbd Wwttrn It. It., Hjtlcn, Muf. 0. Agent, mfiuSo. AltUeofflceof f QUID, Howlo-KtilTct.' .i 1'owdtr, Ac, In fact nkirythluKthnt npptitaloa li I'ltHin give a call txuiuino. All to eitolil chi-ap. J' P. 1'owdorlii good and 1'latltc, I'ouchti, Ac., f HID lineal rmlltmi. BulMll Jreat Bargains in MKB.O'DUA U DOW Bellinglii-r largoatnckof mid fashionable winter In Vflrrt, Eatllij detent escrlflcr. ,In ffcr BONNETS ..GIVEN AWAY I o room tor hrr iprlcg ladjoi will find. rcn now, M haiideoiiiu an aanorlmeut'ot mlllltiery M' an bo of Kcvr Vurk. iff Old llmim-f i of her be rttrlminvd ind wade like new, leithotit Ilrctiea matte or cut to order, bud the model I i urnUhfd for a'tnrrn nothing.-I'lcaie cull and Wardrooms liVYonug Olothlui: llnlinliect. ifOOP SIUK'l'S, X'HIHdayrifcclvVd, a Urp Invoice of Ilrndloj lutinuvHMc, "VVIile Tape, Ucenh VOUM ftndothtr _ 10 dlK. i 1- t Call and tee them. (aplSdtf) O.'K. IIUNSETT. MK. K. B. KICK, AHTIRT, I'AB removed from hla carlo tha corner of Malli i I n.tif t.l.i na iniuuiTu liuju lllB'Var (U tilD JLJL and be wiulU bt bap- iy to ii-e hli old rnitmueri nud M many'new will favor him with a call. A nolJJtf y RIQi; AAKSQ1.D. CIRCUIT COURT FOR HOOK COUNTV. 5 David S pltf, nffit John Mitchell fiolomon Hut. lillift Kjclt-nblintr. IU purtuancoand virtue, of a judgment of clo-uro nnd rmdvrcd In iho actlou bu tha 'tli day of Juno, A D Im C. Jvbkn.nreferee du- ly appointed for mcli puriKwo by mild court, will till M public auction, to the blishert Udder, at front tleni of the Central llaok of M'lfcouiln, In on TJIK MTU DAY OF tiOretlllEK 8EJCT, atSo'clockPM.allthotepuctUol liwd altunteln city of county of Kock and tltte of Wiacoa tin.and known nnd dercilbvd HI onr hundrvd and eighty nine hundred and ninety two hundred and ninctetn oiiJtwobitndrcd ly In Hltchelt'i Dfth ndditlou to Jam accord- lug to tho recorded pint thereof, or M much thmolai ihall lit ncctMiiry to make the nuiotint due ibepUlntlfl- b> rlriuoof Aujtuit Mtti. 1668. au2W3m IKA 0. JK.NKb, Theiileof'the'abovA doctlbrd property li r-wtp'on- od Uomtny, tbt> Suth dny of Jaimnrj', JtKJ. ibea to take placet at tho place hour above mentioned. Nortmlcr 26th, 1S62. no23d2m IKA The lalo of the propi-rty In' further da> ot to take placo at tho nnj hour January 2Cth, 16BI. inA 0. Rice's Temple of Art! IHAVK fitted npaiitltof roomi orcr Dearbors'ii Grocery, cornor'of-JInln and Jlllwaiikw i ilny'iblock, n-i.rrol om prtp.iteJ lofurulth tbv.cltl- zcuiof nnd vicinity with' X O f 1 TJ 3Ft E O uf QUftlcil liy nuy'ovcr produced In thlt city, !t" ou can eet t'hotoeraphi ;f all Vlaiu (Mrd We VWtoorVUnct. If you a Irory Typo, nira li tho BU to paint It. Tinted or Kuamoled Wiotugraphiat a very tmitll advance from 'the price of plain unm. Arabro- types, In CMM from CO ceuti up, nccoidiDK to add 1'lale plclurct MvrayiM chfaputbey can bo had In tho city. P. Inttrurtloni frlretiln the. vatloni br with thfllnitrumciit or tbo bnulr, .Yluw-t ot achlncinna Itcildcucci.oltlur Inlheclly or country, KnElnoCompaulei or Military lakni on ihorl notice, nrplcluruufdcctiued fflcnJsor Invalltli laktn rvrldcuco. If of tho Itiimnn fnco UUlur, i j Yuuwautaptclureirry fine, Tbo ttmt Itlco will lake, Aro qulcktr than thodlcu you diakr.' Qcutlcinf n and Iftdlct of the town', With (new fair to look upon, Should duplicates cirhnnge brfore Thi'lreyri with no more _ HICK. New Books, MOHR New Juitmclred at the, Ji.uiHtlU Utrraiy Kmpoilum. Ojurcr l.tscons.by Khddon. optima Tur I'MTATtpcn XWB or Jositw, by CalcDH. KJSITS, by Rnclvto f CtinuitAN nunlitidl. AntUIDS VdMi. 4 FROM tut LirjuytllsTEAfllH, KrtuM by J- DKAnwOHS. j OYSTBBfif i 1 nnd for talo at thelowt-at Oct. lltli. 1802.. V. t-'' A BOOK rOB_ THE _TIMES.; A Xftvr r pHK only of the 1 f pHK only tlio rrffcclltp I 'lotiorand aiul of public fronl Buanalclal W ..'_' 17 Mary Tur of -c EWSPAPERf I t-U U J I ;C NE WSFAPEEfl R C H I V   

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