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   Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - April 9, 1867, Janesville, Wisconsin                                WO HOUSES FOR In TWO .m d -llh In. Apply to McKny .t PRO be seen WILSON'S MUSIC i-TORE. marSOiltf PIANO TO nt W EXCHANGE a rood Lumber IWngcm for Cord Wood. En uiront offloa ol tho STATS WORKS. OR or three fine resi- lotfttoJ', roaidnicelotj. ALEX.GKAUAM. FOR S ilfrcin plOOSI March 19, 1807. and lot on Miiiii-st., in this city. T. r. i u t'Ui" FOR Mum-st., in this city. March OK SAUti CUKAl' AN I) ON K. '..M tho No. M "f Go b.tilJhigs so r tin prtl 8, utalliU gftnlouii'i; ou compoloui nburutory of mini that uiider- jil cam ut l.om-rt. Al Apply ivt tin UULUNS. i oll'oi- for sale my iuoarly ui-w n mo nuJ lot iu tbo Third warJ. Thn houae is nl llio lUiituli. .tho i 1.1MJ7, For Innlirr m.sr'.Mitoll'.lC The lioitjo No. 02, North Muli.-jt.; iilnoii liuiiao on Kuviuo-Ht. uU-> fur tmiu or to lut u ln'tisc on Ccirn'jlia-.u. milu a liouionn.l Mtm I'.iclijrv-it., [iiico f3iu. Knqiilr.. ul W. C. UAY.NKIt __ EOll Tho resilience of Obed UAIIII. on (ftr.'dt, I1C'0' ol cliolco laml, willi wclli, cinlfrus. tWOnpi'li' tii'iii, 10UO Ooolitlto riuli v- ry uuJ nil Dlliur fruit in tlm OHU uf tin- niMt (ilncw iu city. Kmiiirc or Uimo 1; I. iwrviiw. Jiino-viili-, Mnriib U, lbi.T._ _ iiintTdSmoW-.1 _ 1J1AH.M I'OH Tho heirs of 1 llm l.i.vi St. i.il-itf II- tin- 1-i-Bl l.ir mi luv.vliiii.iit oviT ill lliin vicinily Will sull Hi" form "r 'lv" Jo .Hint Tim (ui in id well Jr l.o Olio ul lliu I'Dbt pii-cos u' knosvii it prnirie wiutl A. ST. JulIN, JANKSVILTjK AI1KAD of JSTuw York UgsUuu, I'lUliv.l.Opl.iiv. iiivltliiioro St. I...1IM r'linatiCliii'iii-o Mihvuuki'O. W htlo nil llivj nbuvo ivro tv.villi! ll ''i traJo Hi-" .K" Uouo boloro, fur tin. tli.it lU.'V h...w tim Hhnwed ofw.. will ui-utinvn. to f Silki., Morlnos. Cloths, Fuw, Ooi'il', und Kunvisbini; Uuo.U low, if iivt OijuBOin tlio Uniiod Stiitci. A word 10 tbo i-ooplv) of Dune and Croon conntlun-Iu llw l.ureli.iai) uf ioO worth ol (suoit woguarantuoinnviiisof ct-ut. on iin porlod M'llich will rcimy ivuy mm In comiug milM to traito nt tliau liKO'3.. T1 1HE OLD AiND POPULAR MUTUAL LIFE. COMPANY! OF ji'JEW YORK. Assets, Twenty' Doll's, tasli lucome for 18C6, Over JHilliou Cash Dividoiid 1867, Over Million Dollars, VOLUME 11 JANESV1LLE, WIS., TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 9, 1867. NUMBER 38. 0.-FIC4AL PAPER OF THE CITY. TUESDAY, A.PUILI 0, 1807. How ivlll they Vote. Some political philosophers are puzzling themselves with the question, will tho negroes of tho South vote They will vote as a general thing in the most natur- al way in the world, which will be with their friends, whatever party it may he that shows itself worthy of their confi- dence and support.- When tho war broke oui tho negro was a groat to ev erybody except General Butler. The South 'taid, he will raise supplies for our armiesi, work iu tho trenches and on the fortifications, and relievo our soldiers f tho drudgery and hardships of cam paigns." The North said, ho will plot nsurreotions and conspiracies until tho rebels will be obliged to surrender in or- der to stop tho fire in their rear." But )oth parties were mistaken. Ho neither tided the South to any great extent by ;oing into tho produce business, nor the North in murdering his master, but re- uained a Himplo contriiband of war until he emancipation proclamation set him on lis feet. As he had a pretty clear idea bout tho issues involved in the war and vits generally found aiding tho right side, :o wo givo him credit for judgment enough now to select tho host method protect- ng himself in tho new condition that hose eventful times havo placed him in. ?hat both parties will now do their ut- nost to secure his support, is to bo expect- .d, and this lai-.t u'.ono do more to- vards securing the colored men full jus- ice than all other legal enactments put ether. Dividends Made Annwttly and at the Llosc of l''irst Year and Every Ycur Thereajter. Tirticn'ariittontion a lioxirod to tho furttlint vcr> Urge jioi'tlnn ul' tliu romp iuj'rt in r.ow un >ii- 1'olictiK. This in u incuiiur fi-ivmro will, tbir conipanv, no othoi ciui itriwt'ut tlu> HOCII rlly i.r which wo urn <'ii.it.liil t. ivi to raukii tlm InvMtmi-nt iv pn.il i.in. to tl" n'n.l i.-n- fornucli jijlirioi ivv.-IV.MU IU to Sn Ji- r Cttul. lyWiT thnn r'.miVxl t'V i.Uur In- KtitlltiOtlH. TUB MI.T1I.M, 1.I1-K JN6UKANCK COMPANY Uf H.KW MJllK. "The M'Himl Lin-Imi ivlrciulj- li.l cxciti. l.olii in Iliai. ll'm. lili.l'ifl'l 1'. "Thu lomliiiK kilo i iliol. ('Ot.- tlnolit. All..' llio n.otlt 1 one ol' Ulu wt'i cur Wfiylit, Jus. Mimtor. An K', U.u Ki'iiiulmt I'Vi-r .ii'lm-rcil it. I.lTn litsuraii Moniti-r. iitiiii.li ivt tin-v.-r.v li.-uj ivll i" BtltUtlollH ol'Ul OlU-IJ til ill in COIllll UJ J Jll- Thin the nn.l l.t'Kt intvniiyi'il in llili <.'umuifrc: paiuphlits, I Links m.U ini.irmiilii.il may !.i. liu.louapplioutu.il to II. M. UAKT, SIKH inl front Ho. in ovor tin- roHt.'ltl.'.t. II. li.MBKRKM', Ooti'l Agi-lit for ih- NortliwoKt, :il Doti'oit, Mich. A SUIJTBKRANBA.V ClTV DISCOVERED IN CENTRAL journals report that a subterranean city has been discov- ered in tho vicinity of bVvt No. 1, on tin- Sir-Darya River, in Tui-kistan. Kirghisian settlers having undertaken to furnish bricks to Major Yuni, the commandant of the fort, brought him sueh curious spec- imens of tiio required article thuthowaa led to inquire whence they had procured them. On their taking him to the place, tho existei.cj of a subterranean city of vast extont was soon apparent to tho astonished Russians. Tho placo to have been originally built on the Luke Aval, but by the receding of the water is now at some distance from its shores, and in the course of time lun bscn oavored up by sand and alluvial deposits. Whether it belongs to tho anoicni Parthian or, comparatively speaking, modern Dshungarian period of Turanian history, has not yet been ascer- tained. A guard has boon stationed on the spot to protect the mysterious city from depredations, until tho arrival ot further orders from the Governor of d'euburg. Madison Correspondence. I From our Itogulur Buportw.] Al'RlLSth, 1S07. TRESENTATION. Senator Wheeler, tho President pro tern of tho Sonata was presented this evening with a handsome silver tobacco box, suit ably engraved. Senator Webb made the eloquent and appropriate presentation re- marks and tho popular recipient, though ompletely taken by surprise, managed to ratefully express his appreciation of the compliment. Tho Senate bill appropriating or the completion of tho rotund.i of the Capitol was concurred in this evening by j-ij Assembly by 72 ayes to 17 noes. Senate bill appropriating for awoo.'llot forlnsano Asylam, was, af- ter Jisoussioc, refused a third TUE UUSINESS. The business isnoP' beins driven in both houses, but bills are .yot introduced, :ind I have considerable to know if they will all get through by 12 M., of next Thursday, when this interesting body will adjourn without day. REPORT OF TUB BEI.EOT COMMITTEE, The following is tho report of the select committee on the indebtedness of R'ick county to tho State, which as it wi 11 un- poubtedly interest every tax of your county, I givo you oniire a-t it will pre- sented to tho Seuuto to-inorrow morning The joint selectcommittec appointed in persiumco of "joint resolution No. o-i As sembly, to examine into the facts relating to tho indebtedness of Rock county to th has liad f-ho saniouuilercinsidera- tiomind T'llDWi: tint tlioy as per bOJks iu otlioo of St.itc Tieasury t'uuro H duo from the county of Hook ti. the Stato the sum of on tho tiu lor the yoar 1803, after dyluoting UO.'J- taxes on Hchotil and university landu pait into tho Stato Troasui-ey and cr'oditnd t. It :ihj nppsaM by proof boor th 'o'.1 said cjnnty. presented- that the sum of has produce market was again excited to-day, and prices ruled higher. DR. BLACKALL'S lecture ol Dr. Blackall, in Lappin'tf Hall last evening, was woU'attended. county have ever prided themselves on boiag the first and most prompt to pay tho State tas chariiod upon said county and havo frequently paid an undue pro- portion of such taxes without complaint." To thie statement wo readily nseent so fur nl relates to their promptness in all timo, prior to and sinco tho year 1SC5. Too much cannot be said in praise Jlcr religious and literary institutions; her richness of soil and bjnutiful landscape; the intelligence and loyalty of her citizens and the high state of morals prevailing there, are the pride an.l hope of tho State, but while cheer- fully concede BO much to Hock county und icr people, yet we think it would bo es- ;iiblishing a dangerous precedent to allow icr county board of Supervisors to eon titute themselves a board of review of the ulu and proceedings of the State Board f Equalization. Tho board of Supervisors wore of the pinion, and were advised by tho district Utornoy and by other council, that tho ard did and collect tho sum of and paid tho sum over to tho Stato Treasurer for tho year ISGu. As appears by tho books they should havo paid U.l.S but be- iov'mg as they did that tho action; i-of the Slate Board of waa Illegal, aud also that tho county of Rack: -was val- ued too high as compared wiltti other counties in tho State, tho county'board of Supervisors of said county, by resolution, instructed tho clerk of said board to levy tha sum of only, us nn.d Jfur the Stato tax of 1SG5, that sum beiig, as slat- of Judge MoAr- thur's lectures here last week, tho Adcanct truly savs: "The cnviablo reputation of thu eloquent icoturur for learning, historic research, crit'ual iimilyriisunvl skill in plac- ing before his auditors the salient points in the characters he portrays, was fully bus tnined. Tho appreciative audiences that listened to this course will long remember the vivid delineations of the unfortunate but talented and acoviuiplished Jifary, Queen of Scots, and of her persecutors and murderers, by tho learned lecturer, h is Holdora that so much valuable and interest- inc history and biography is condensed in three lectures.- Tuose who listened to them fortunate." GEXKR.xr. Be.vurtECARD ha-i written a letter on the reconstruction question to the No w Orleans Times. Ho says there arc but. two things for the South to or submit; and as resistanceisimpossible, ho counsels submission "with that calm dignity becoming our manhood and lost independence." Of tho negro he says: Tho ncgrj is southern born i with a little education and somfl property qualifications ho can bo made to take euQiciont interest the affairs and prosperity of the Soutli to insure an inteligmt vole. In our fu turo political contests with the North on protective tariff, internal improvement tho freednu'.u of the South will side with the whites of tho South and West they will thus contribute to give u baik tho influence formerly had in th councils oftue nation." kind of work tiuiilly arrives1. I'ivc years ugo this morning tho snow wa.i night inches di'Op in Janceville, and one of Our whuTnul tu to a neighboring met with nuch bstructiona ou this way Hint ho left Inn and returned home on the cars. LADIES FITTING ron isiting the Jiinesville Commercial College u-tliiy, wo found a largo number of ladies .tting eopyidtf, etc. We ,ro glad to see e Hurts thui made in tho ight direction. Nothing is more essential n a lady's education than a knowledge of lusiuMS transactions. If sho be depend- nt upon her own efforts for maintenance he will find it of incalculable worth; for ,ho increasing demand for ladies' services n this capacity is a sufficient guarantee that one who is well qualified will not be .on" in quost of suitable employment. In ihort, a young lady's education cannot bo considered complete until she has acquir- ed a knowledge of accounts for whatev- er be her statiun in life, it is most essen- tial that sho bo competent to direct or dis- jhargo any transaction uho may be called upon to meet. The rema.kablo success that has attend- ed tliU institution from the first proves that tho rare facilities it affjrds arc right- ly appreciated by tho public. found tiicir houso filled to overflowing .vith familliar faces beaming with good ivill and friendship. But why extenuate or attempt to des- cribe what all present so well enjoyed, or tantalize the absent ones with a mention jf pleai-iag incidents that they know not of? Aud then the recherche bridal gifts toonuincrous to mention and all of tin, TOIU a wash dish down to a tiny rattle box they not all carefully preserved in the closet of tho household where their brightness is only a feeble rcll ex of the kind wishes of the donors When this tin business gets to be silver,  mGD SIM TO H 35 2. >T3 P> an "VTEW GOODS. TOILET SOAPS, BATHING SPONGES, HARD RUBBER GOODS, HAIR TOOTH BRUSHES, TRUSSES AND SHOULDER BRACES, H.OUU-f priiis O.-'.O I1C 'KWIIKAT IT.OUK-I.O'J '-a c ut l.-A I'riiim SOl'n.'JO -ft .'.0 commou .0 li.ir tjiiiility Old shollutl 00 Ihl, Sf> now Ji. OuoJ local iii.J nblppll.g doniunJ lit I'nuio wilier, couiuiou to fair POTATOK3 Xralianocki iiiut blows TIMOTHY -10 KI.AX 1.50OiOO CO Iba. BUTl'Kll In ut commou to choice. Oriwii, J.y. SIIKKP lluugu ut Virm ut 'A "B nuwuthoJ. llOUS-llcuvy lota cwt Jaat r U'lLLIAflfS' DRUG STORE, THK SPRING EXAMINATIONS of tho PuUir SctiooU will placo Wlows Kimt on April >th. rioroihl April K.mi'ili Wivrd, on April lOiii. Thir.l Wanl.na April lltli. Htm Orxintnar i.-hoolH, fttiJ April lltli nli.l l-.b. An O'lillii.Itt.M. hm lnvn nulK-'intttl for tMU'h Krh.v 1. It id hopt.l tl.nt 111'' pivtrouK Ixtn ottpL-ciiil paioii to bo ut Uio t-AKUiiimtiou Mtul IhKt thol'O elimlLill in niiilU-rd to elicit H ijt'UilMl by tlu1 puMic. 0. U SMITH, NK W GOODS. at M Mr, Harris rather condomna tho Lony John and recommends that a second class en gine be put in her Amoskeag, of courso. You will also notice the dif- ference in the running expense.-! of thoir two largest engines, which uro us follows Steamer Julia, vivlmi of cngino, first oa's-io chisel rotary (Soni-oa horses niul full equipmentti, ii.ist of ruuiiing tiic same for ono your, SI Steamer Prank Sherman, vuluo of en- gine, lii-tit class double plunger pumps', horses and full equipments, Cultlu licgs O.OOiSO.OO? CWt. __ NKW VOIllt MAHKKT. Ittt Mvrafk.] Ciiiot at V. ry ii.iil li ilol ui-il uticbingjil. .U Kossuth wrote a letter iu February to a friend in Pcsth, declaring that ho hud al- ways been of the opinion that tho laws of 1S4S would triumph in the end, but that bo ho.d not foreseen that tho Cabinet of Vienna would act with so much celerity and prudence. Kossuth Bpeaksalso of the formation of a "JJanubian and of tho necessity of having the word ''liberty" forever inscribed on the banner A TIM celebrated nov- cost of running tho same for ono year, The Long John usually has Cvo horsesi the being the largest aud heaviest engine in Chicago, while the Sherman, has only three horses. I see also, that Mr. Harris ul-1 i l.nv.T, S Acllvtj but clist G. I3, H. James, had a chronic habit of commencing all his Blories with two in- evitable horsemen who were always accn under precisely the same circumstances amending a certain hill; but as this little CINCINNATI JV1AH.KKT. ClXClNSATI, 1807. inured uiitrke: llrm ir, Lut liricoj not goocrjllj liltjlior. limilly euo.igli ufi'yrlng ID qilotulioiu. No 3 wlnliir In 10 ivtS.UJi N-'-. ut S8u. OATS-Dull iv.J prlciM i.l 1.70 cd in said resolution, as much if not moro yr Hungary. Ilo declares ho will end his than their just and fair 'proportion of the entire sum required to bo levied, and cjl- lectod for State purposes for snid year. Tn tho preamble to 8uid resolution tb e romance ufc.urs is founded ou Biibslantiul reports tho Atlantic, another as life in a foreign land, and adds: know that I cc.nnot und ought ,'iot to ac cept an And btsidos., of what further ujo could 1 be? The bittiir.yiw.s county bmrd nay that "tho people of Roijk Ofexilo havo broken my strength." faiits, we will dispense with tho horsemen and preface it by saying thaton yesterday a certain number of ladies of the Third Ward, might huvo been seen going about oo a very sly and mysterious business. From the unusual number of them on the streets between two and five o'clock P. M., it was manifest to tho most casual ob- server, if the said observer had half an eye upen, that there was something up, and sure enough there was, an the sequel proved. Nearly every tin shop, house furnishing uijtablialime.nt, hardware ar.d toy otorc was visited, and bulky and out of gone up. This is certainly not a very good recommend for the rotary." LEADING HOSE. I HAVE removed Die Went Side jewelry Htorcy to 35 West Milwaukee street, near- ly opposite the Corn Ksohango ._. USE SBrimaha-.v'H patent concrete p'ive- for htreet und garden walks. April 8. 18B7. 2.00 No I; 2.10 No-. ut S3. lit ut 1.10. Urui ot 2i75. MAUKKT. LATEST JUST KECEIVED At H, BROWN GO'S A Full Line of HATS, CAPS, i UMBRELLAS I SATCHELS, GENTS9 PAPER COLLARS, CUFFS, 3.1 My n. BROWN CO- WIi. [lly Telrynifh.} FLOUR-Fli'.nur. MaWAirmi, Diill.lt -ixtnl I'Xl I'.r l.mlwl 27S No2 L'dii Scrimsliaw'a pateut concrete pave- ment Tor stet-ot and garden walks. tuns- No 2   

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