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Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - February 18, 1858, Jefferson, Wisconsin f EVEia" THCUSDAY, AT JBFFERSO.V COUXTY, AVIS., FRYERS' BSICK STORE. pcr year in advance; oth- rn-ise An additional 25 cents will Ue charged when the paper is delivered by tlie Carrier. Terms of Advertising. One Square (12 inawion........SI Ort Such iiucrilon.............. XtyMh Ji Quarter column, Column, Whole Column, BmimiJ Cards, at rales prescribed by law. discontinued until arreur.i BY W. M. WATT. THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH." At in JO tDfeiikt the option of the puHisher. ork neiitlj executed (it reasonable prices. ge! are paid VOLUME 5. JEFFERSON, WIS.-THURSDAY, FEBRUARY NUMBER 43. MILWAUKEE HO W1SCOXSIN 1O per day. J. W. BUSINESS CARDS. I.BERT, County Surveyor of Jeirerson County. made with one of W. E. be.l Sat- ransiti. Atkinjon. C, G. CONO.VEH, DEPUTY SURVEYOR OK JEFFEKSOX OL'XTY promptly attendee entrusted June, 1857. to his care. GKOKGE Fashionable Tailor, Racine Street, between Main unit Second, all those who may wish the scr vices of a GOOD Tailor, to give him u call, at his new shop on Raciue street, a tew doors It. A. UUKIVEIiT-i. i above the Jefferson Stove and Tin Store, where Vt-f-nt of th" Mass. Sabbath School I he will be found at all times, ready and willing Society, for the State onVisconsin. Deposi- most fashionable manner, torv ut his residence ,iu Kipon, I owl du Tac I All work warranted. Lzc gepl 22 Jefferson, W. .W REED, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OfBce on at Attorney WiiC. ________ WEV.HOOTII, (JIM. Attorneys at Law, I. W. BIUD, Law, Jefferson, Jefferson .V JPASSMOUK, PUBLISHERS Wholesale Iteluil De.ilersln MAVS, UOOKS. .MAGAZINES, BLANKS, Number 3 Xtwhal! House, Main Street, MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. D. P. publish Chapman's Sectional Maps of Wisconsin, Illinois. Iowa and Minnesota, and Township Maps of the North- West I.upham'n Map of Wis- consin: Chapman's Hand- Book of Wisconsin, Ac.. Ac. 3yl [A.M.rASSMORK. IMPOHTAXT DJSCOVKRY. i PAINE, Solicitors and in Chancery, 0 o n v y a n c e r B p. r. r. I'ii.s-K, c. u. GILL, Jefferson, Watcrlown, in JACOI1 SKISSEK, Attorney Counsellor l.avr, Palmyra, Win AlUmst- ntiirntniitril tu his promptly iiiKlfalthrullyaUetidwl J. K. A.VU 1LC. Diseases of the Lungs untl Thront CAS BI: CUHKD BY INHALATION. convevs tlie remedies to the Of all tlie jjreat cniisc Syrians from ncirlect or Natuie's lawi. SUFFET NOT! When n CL'KE guaranteed in all Stages of SECRET JJISEASES. Self-Abuse, Nervous Debility, StricturcB. Gleets Gravel, Diabetes, Diseases of the Kidneys and 'Bladder, Mercurial Rheumatism, Scro- fula, Pains in the Bones and Ankles, Dis- eases of the Lungs, Throat, Nose and Eyes, Ulcers upon the Body or Limbs. Cancers. Dropsy, Kpiliptic Fits, St. Vitu's Dance, and all Diseases arising from a derangement of the Sexual Organs. SUCH as Nervous Trembling, Loss of Me tnory. Lo.-s of 1'ower, General Weakness. Dimness'ol with .peculiar .spots appear- before the eyes. Loss of Sight, Wakeful ness, Dy.spep.-ia, Liver Disease, Eruptions upon the face, 1'aiu in the back and head. Female irre- gularities and till improper di.-chanjes Ironi both sexes. It mutters not from what cause the dis- originated, however long standing or ob- stinate tlie case, recovery is certain, and in a shorter time than a permanent cure can be el- after the HU1LI.1AXT IMtOSl'KCTUS FOUIiTlI YKAHOFT11K COSMOPOLITAN ART ASSOCIATION. TUB J-AMOUS DUSSELDOUF GALLKUV OF PAISTIXCS! PURCHASED AT A COST OF SI A llevolutionary Exploit. The daring exploit of two women in Ninety-sixth District, furnishes an instance, tell of courage as striking as any rumembred iatran Atkin'oii, Co. STOI'l'KNIIACIl, Notary rnhlic, Vtmt. cavi and coining the tnln-rctihir matter, cough, causes a frw ami f-asy ex 'leiils the lungs, purities the blood, imparts ro- lewed vilalilv the nervous system that tone and'entrriry so the of health. To be able to slate con- lidentlylhat Ccn-umption is curable by inhala- tion, is'to me a source ufiimilloycil pleasure. 11 is as much under llie control of medical treat- ment as any other fornrdablc disease: iiiupty out of every hundred can be cured in th lirst stages, und tilty JH but id tlie third it lore than five pmitJiT tin; Liiiigsu! up by the dirca.-e to bid di-fianue lo Kvon liowevi-r, in last to be awarded to the subscribers of the COSMOPOLITAN AUT ASSOCIATION who subscribe before the 2Mh of January. 1853, at which time tliu awards will take place. TKRMS Oy SUIlSCSIt'TIOS. Every subscriber of three tloltan is entitled to A copy of the COSMOPOLITAN AUT JOCBNAI. onc to A Certificate in the of I'lemiiitns.alsr, A free admission to the and Cos- mopolitan Gallerier. Thus il is seen that for every three Jullars paid, the subscriber not only receives a srLKNDiu TIIIUIV: DOLLAR EXIJUAVINO but. also, tlie beautifully illustrated TWO DOLLAll AUT JOUKSAL, ONE YEAR. Sumptcr over the British arms i nestly fostered by General Green, whose directions marked at least the outline of every undertaking. In tho efforts made to s'trike a blow at the invader's power, the sons among the Martin family were among the most distinguished for active service for injuries sustained at the enemy's hands. The of _ the two eldest, during their absence, remained i at home with their mother-in law. OIH Any one of theleaJins is fur-1 arms, took their station at a point on the nished, instead of and Art Journal, j lncy knew tlie escort must if desired. No person is restricted to a single J-lferjon, promptly a AVF.ltY, T.rau Work of every Wml ti.1 Work Sliop llrkk of JclTtrson Mills. SAMUEL A. IIIIOWN'S Stihle, on Mllwwikw Strei-t, F.a-t of Uock Ulver .leir-rv.li. Kifi-riite llorwunnil HiiKRiesalwi.y.1 a in! be !i.vl at short notice, on rr.sisonable irrmi. etfhlinscil.______ leath manv in Those taking live member.-liips. remitting diseases nre entitled to an extra Kngraving and six tick- r cent in the is impossible It-f ry Jlrid f.lVKHY STAI'.LK. G. T. WILLIAMS' Livery SlnWe. U'ooil ami Uu rei..o.mMe rales, second to ,-avej re so cut ircdical Inlr.ilu- tion alUirdsext.raonlinivry reliel lo tlie snll'erinu' atli-iiding this It-arfiil sci which auatiiilly destrovs ninetv-fivo in the United" States alone and a corn-el calculation shows that of pn-s-nt of the earth, eighty millions aic destined to nil the Consumptive's Truly the quirvr ofdi-ath has no arrow so fatal as Consumption. In nil ages it- has been the grnit eni'iiiT o! iitV, for it spares neiiher a-rc nor sex. but, the brave, tlie beau- tiful, the u-raceful and the gifted. the help of tlie Supreme lieini! Ironi xvliuiii cometli every 1 and pt-rfei-L iril't, 1 am enabled to to the all'icted a iicrmanenl and spec'ly elite in The first cause of is blui'd. and tin: eflVct bv lln.-ir in the hinjrs is to prevent, tlie free admission of air into llie air which caiiM-a weakened vitnlity Inun the tin- statri1 hud been up to iiic bv their ets. which warrants me in Ful1 particulars of tho are Riven 'who m-.iy pl.iee llii-ii'M-lvi-.- under my care, a: in the Art Journal, winch contains over sixty ]n'i'l''-et sind speedy cure. .Secret dise.is >.-s are nre ill i many ,-honld be a terror to the human family, as a permanent cure is scarcely evi-r majority the cases fallii th" hand.-of persons fail lo cure the but ruin trrcatest enemie.'. to health, as they lirst oaiin; of ceiisumption. Scrofula and pass, k was already late, and lliey had i not waited long before the tramp of horses was heard in the distance. It may be i imagined with what anxious expectation thetieroines awaited the approach of the 1 critical moment on which so much depend- led. The forest solitude around them, sons who desire to suli.-cribc, on receipt of live j of night and darkness, must have added to the terrors conjured up by pro we: can perform. You shall do the wn shall amuse ourselves.'' He then drew from hix sack curiously wrought antique pipe, and having lilli-d it with tobacco, rendered mild by an admix- ture of certain dry leaves, he handed it to his guest. When this ceremony Was at- tended to, they beiran to speak. "1 blow my said tin: old and the streams still: The becomes stiif and.hard as clear stone.1' "I said the yoUtij; man, flowers spring up all over the plain." "I shake my retorted the old man, "snow covers the Uiul. Leaves fall from the trees my command, and my breath blows them nway. The birds from tlie water and fly to a distant land. The animals hide tlu-mselvcg from the glance of my and the very ground where I walk becomes as hard as flint." "I shake my rejoined the Voting man, "and Warm showers of soft rain full upon the enrth. The plants lift up tlu-ir heads ont of the ground like the eyes of children glistening with My voice recalls the The warmth of my breath unlocks the streams. Music fills the wherever 1 walk, and all nature welcomes my npproach." At length the sun began to gentle waVmlli came over the place. splendid engravings, fricc Jifty cents num ber. Specimen copies will be rent to all p_er- postage stamps, (15 ceiils.) Address (J. L. DKKUY. Actu I'n.'Br. iioot .1 -.o infi inf Slr-el, win-re lie i fee.. CKOKGK7.11.I.IKKS, m Hi.-i-iliieiu of Ji-fferroti. MidMirrottncl- he a on Itaciiic r to ncliee, Clocl.., ili'.ipntcli.upon ttic mosl Ifully solicltril. into who nnf only the constitu- tion, the with mercury, which with the disease, hastens the sulfen-r into rapid con-nmption. lint .-Imnld the disease and tin; treatment not I catiso dviith sp.-1-dily and the victim tin- disease is entailed upon the children, who j are liorn wilh feeble and the cur-' rent ol lift-corrupted by a virus which betrays; itself in Scrofula. Teller, Ulcers. Knij.lionsand i other atVuctions of the skin, eyes, tlirnat and j lung.-i. entailing upon them a brief existence of and them to an early grave. Selfab'ise is another formidable enemy ofj health, lor nutliing in the dread catalogue of human causes so destructive a drain Ihc system drawing its thousands of vie-: tim> thnnrji a feu- years of sull'i-ring down to an iintiniuiy It destroys the Nervous, svstem, rapidly wastes away the energies of' life, causes moiitul dv-rangiMiient, prevents tlie I disqualifies; or Cius. T. CI.OTIIIKU lion. Sec. Jelferson, fancy. j peared with eanlu Presently the courier ap- his attendant guards. closer to the spot, these dis- The Secret Infirmities of j guised women leaped from their coverts "im the bushes, presented their pistols at the oflieers, and demanded the instant j surrender of their despatches. The men were completely taken by surprise, and in their alarm at the sudden attack, yield- ed a prompt submission. Tho seeming soldiers put them on their parole, and hav- ing taken possession of the papers, hasten- iid to Marriage generally. jlome a short cut through the woods, i No time was lost in sending the important j documents to Gen. Green. The adven turu had a, singular termination. JUST I'CHI.ISlII.tl, liUATIS, TIIK 2ytll, Tllol.'SANK. A few OM rational treat- ment, without Medicine, of Sperma- tiirrhuaor Weakness. Nocturnal Kmi.-sions. Genital and Nervous De- Premature Decay of the System, Jmpo- JIY H. I.A.NY, M. The important fact that the many alarming _....., ......_ i -fy eye M'n.iciNK. this small tract clearly j The paroled oOlcers, thwarted in tlu-ir demonstrated and the entirely new and highly ufstul truatmrnt.as adopted by the Author. fully rxplained, by means ol which every one to perfectly and nt tln> co.-l, ihi-n.'tiv avoiding all the i travelers, mission, returned by the road they taken, stopped at the house of Mrs. Mar- tongue of the old man became silent, robin and the blue bird began to sin to rise. A The The on the top of the lodge. The stream began to mtirmer by the door, and the fragrance of growing herbs and flowers dame softly accommodations, as weary for the is enalileii vo cure niiux'ii )uiu-tii> .nni 'I'lu. hiistcss in- least co.-t. avoiding all the! travelers, for the night, ihe .lostcss, m advertised nostrums of the'day. _ i quired the reason of their retuinmg so Soul to any jrrr.tis and post froo in a soon had passed they replied sealed envel'-.pe by miiiiting (putt two showing paroles, saying they were postage J v''ANKY' :ti-'v taken prisoners by two rebel lads. The ladies rallied them upon their want of in- Ruin GKOIIGKKISI'KKT, Shot-maker. Wort intt Shop on Itivclnc HOUSK, Corner of Main and Milwaukee Streets, Jefferson, "Wis. .TT..........PKOVMETOKS. attention paW to the wantK KXCIIASliB HOTKlj, Whitewnter, Wa'lworth County, Wljconsin. ...............Proprietor. actsciiiistitutioiiidly. and with mure power am. certainly than byiht1 stomach. To pivive the pnwi-rful and dinrt influence of the inoilu of chloro- form inhaled will entirely ile.-troy sensiliiliiy in few paralyxiim the entire ncrvou.- syMem, so that a limb may bv amputated with- o'nt the .'lightest pain: inhaling t.hc ordinary burning gas will destroy lifv in a hours. The inhalation of ammonia will ronsejtic system when fainting or appnreut.ly Thf odorof many of the medicines i.- in'ic'jptibl'' in the skin a few minutesaltrr b.-itig inhaled. muy be immediat'-ly dvteeted in the blond. A convincing nf the emistiiuti'iuiil i-ltVcts of inhiilation. isthr Tact that, sickmrss is always produced by breathingfonl this not C. I. CUItTICK....... ilrlct p.it.l to the I Of RIKSlH. HAVAKIAS HOUSK, Main Strnt, North cf Hacini, Jefferson, Wii. Sitbllng .ittachtd. an.1 in A.MKIHCAS HOUSK. North shit of the III for; Atkinson, Jeff. Co. XORERT Proprietor. SAWYER HOUSE, WISCONSIN- undersigned would respectfully inform the oitir.cnsof .lelfer.on.and the Traveling Public, that hc has UEPAIRKD AND KKFITTKD THE OLD TAVERN STAND ON MAIN STREET And will be ready to receive the 1'ublicat all times. A careful Hostler will always be in attendance by the day, week, month or or'without rooms. Hin most ardent wish is a his greatest endeavor .shall be to J. A.H1LLYER. Jefferson, April, 1S57. AV. 0. MASSEY, 'Wiser in Copper, Sheet-Iron and Tin. next 'loor south of the Po-a Office, Main Street. Jefferson. Tin AVuresiud u ji' aait sped :iml w -ill ilii! .ibamliMinn'iit nf prai-.lii.-es.! mv can be .esttired to roV.iM, vigorous h.'allli, i The alilict'-d are cautioned against the n-e of I'.-iii-nt V.cilii-iin-. for ilu-re so many nio-.is in ihe columns tho public prints to i-al'-b an-1 roll the unwary sunVrur.-, that., million' have '.heir constitutionsrniiH-d by the of doctors, or the eijual- li-inn'ii" iii'-iruiiis vemii-d as Patent Mod- 1 hrr.'i' many of 1 Patent Medicines and find "that in-arty ail of lliem ccintiiin Corrosive Sublimate, whii-h is one of tho strongest preparations of mercury, and a deadly poison, which instead of curing "the disease, disables the system for life. JEFFERSON COUNTY HOMtMUTUAL duinniiire Cmnjianij. J E 1' F E K S O AV I S upon trc-pidity. Had you no arms was asked. The officers answered they had but had been suddenly taken ofi' on the vernal Daylight fully revealed to the young man the character of his When he looked upon him, he had.tho vi.inge of 1'epoan, the icy old Winter Spirft. Streams to flow from his eyes as the sun increased he grew less and less in stature, and presently he Imfl melted completely away. Nothing mniiud on the place of his lodge fire, bat the miskodeed, a small white flower with a pink border, which the young visitor, Seewun, '.he Spirit of Spring, placed in wreath upon bis brow, as his first trophy in the north. A SILLY old adage "Look after the coppers--tlic dollars will take care of tln-mselves." One of our The hostess in-1 neighbors in Water street, had a bill due their retuinin" so- him in Hanover street for some fifteen dol- they replied lars. and mentioned the fact in the ence of a lady, she proposed to collect it for him. He said she might, and told her if she would bring it to him in Copper, itivc evidence thai prcparei i and imlh'iou I'lireclourths of the. patent nostrums now in mt up by nnprincipled and who do not understand even th in 1S55. arms, their guard and were allowed no time to use their weapons. They departed the Buildings. De I next morning, havin no suspicion that she should have a quarter of it. She pro- cured n wheelbarrow, took the fifteen hun- dred coppers on it in a box. and started wilh the load. She attracted much aitcn" tion, but took no notice of those who stared at her. She was oblivious to every DIRECTORS. JOHN K. HOLMES, N.C. ItURI.IlUUT, A W1XG, A. XOHSTRANn, W.D.lllI.l.YKH. STOPI'ENHACH. they owned their capture to the very wo- jI circumitunw but that of looking after her they had claimed, coppers, nml wheeled the entire distance. receiving, as she deserved, when she ar- rived at'Water street, the sum she had men whose hospitality A SMILE OK of those pecu- liarly slab-sided gaunt Yankees, which the "prolific soil down east produces in abundance, lately emigrated and settled down in the vicinity of Chesniit He was the very picture of a Yankee, but as" he put himself lo work in manfully Gazette. young daughter of a physician in Brooklyn, N. Y.. became deeply ored with a handsome dentist, room.i were opposite her father's residency, her parents opposed the match, and turned t i V Im good earnest to get his house to rights, (he frQm donr The girl( the neighbors willingly lent him a helping1 "byj JAMES nARIt, E.D.MASTKRS, WINSLOW III.AKK. by OFFICER A. H. CHAULKST.CLOTHIER.Serrctnry. ALOXZO v3nSM let- stamp. applv the proper n.-niuilies, rarely being mi.sta- .'I .__ 1... In k'eii even i'n a "-ingli: ease. This lamiliarity. in com.vi-tion with certain patholopiciil and mic- roscophic discoveries, enables me to relieve the lungs from the effects ol contracted chests, to enlarge the chest, purify the blood, impart to it renewed vitality, giving energy and tone to j low_Twclftn, must contain a postage tho entire system. Medicines with full directions sent to any part of the nnin-d States and Canadas by pa- tients their symptoms by letter. Hut llie cure wmild Ue more oertain if tlie patient should pay me a visit, which would give an op- portunity" to examine the lungs, and enable me to pre.-crible with miu-h certainty, and then the cure o-mld be elfecled without, my see- ing the patient agnin. All letters asking ad- vice must contain apo.-tagestamp. Address G. W. GRAHAM, M. D., js.ix No. r-3 Offlce, 1131 Filbert Street, old No. 109. bo- Address J. SUM.MERVILLE. M. D., Box Xo. o.l. Office Ko. 1131 Filbert St. old No. 109, be- PntuinELpmi. Pa. 35-v TUB MAMMOTH .TOHX T. SMITH. hand. After he got everything fixed ac- cording to his notions, a thought struck him that he had no chickens, and he was powerfully fond of sucking raw eggs, too honest to steal them, and was WATCHMAKER AM) JEWELLER AND DEAJ.KR IX or- AM. KINDS, Whitewater, Wisconsin. A of Jewelry, always on hand. ]3 O O K. li O TJ S E 5 Done with promptude and dispatch. Call. low Twelfth. a-l-y Ta. "SEND'FORT Mipeiblv illustrated ,j order. IM "iml. or inaiiufacturr-d to All work in line will bo executed nV and durability, and Charges, moderate. Try him. 3 rHK moft Mipoiblv illnstratea Magnxine ever publi.-hed in the December number of tho COSMOI-OLITAN AnrJorRNAi., con- taining over STRICKLAND CO. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL BOOKSELLERS, giving full paiticulars Cosmopolitan Art Ass s-illL'lc and; Materials, and V> all Taper, I'll Ksistt "Water Direct. Mil- waukco. (LATE OF Would respectfully call the attention of huvcr; and dealer, to their very large stock, which epared to supply to the city orcoun- the vcrv lowest rates (wholesale or JOS. JBERGER, and Apothecary, J__J into his new building, one door north of his old Mnin Street, Jcllersoii, KOS leave to inform tho inhabitants of Jef- ferson, and vicinity, that lie has moved stand, where he now awaitsthe call of hisfnends with a well selected stock of fresh He too moan to buy them. At length a thought struck could borrow. He wont to a neighbor and accosted him I reckon you hain't got no old is but seventeen years of age, out of town to cure her of her fancy, the first night after her return slm fled to tho rooms of the dentist and claimed protection. He sent for a clergyman, and the pair were just married when the fath- er arrived. The dentist coolly turned him out of the house. Served him right. pre t that Enpravinys. and ari, y of the benefits of tlie j ntt'h.. ociation. two dollars n and would a.-suro pure _ Specimen copies I prices arc well worthy the inspection 1 ._ their own intrrcfts in making: IP published Daily and W News sed Daily and Weekly at Milwankv, by J. K. SHAHPSTKI.V. In TERMS :-Daily, SG.OO in ndvanco Weekly in advance. Cosmo] who wish to j M wllo cn, scribe on receipt ot live postage stamps, (lo c advertisement headed Brilliant Tros- .CRT5Y, Actuary C. A. A. llraadu-uy.Ji'rir- York, f. T. Hon. Oils. Varnislicsj Pcrl'uniory and Fancy tec'. Medicinal Wines and Rrandy, of Choice Brands conat.intlv on hand. Mr Stock has been selectrd with groat care hvmyeir. and will compare, both in price and q-nality.withthatof any other cMnblishmentm ric and School Books, is the moil extensive in I tho i reckon you nain w.u hen nor nothin' you would lend me for a few weeks 1" "I will lend you one with pleasure, replied his neighbor, picking out one of the finest in his coops. The Yankee took the hen home, and then went to another neighbor and borrowed a dozen of eggs. He set the hen on the eggs, and in due course of time she hatched out iv dozen of chickens. The Yankee was again puz- could return the hen, was he to return the eggs who ever saw a Yankee with- out to his relief; he would keep the hen until she. laid a. dozen eggs. He then returned the hen and the eggs to their respective as he did "Wai, I guess I've got as One of chickens as you ever laid your eyes on and they didn't cost me a. nuther. MURDER AT are in- the Nenah Conservator, thai on Friday "last, two men, named Hogan and got into a quarrel about a land claim, when Hogan procured a sled stake, with which he struck Dugan on the head, knocking him clown, from the effects of which hc died next morning. A Cor- oner's inquest was held on thejbody, but l t 1 LIVKS LOST ACCIDEXTS is The year now past away seems to been'a favored "one in respect to fatal acci- dents. The number of lives lost by firet in thU country during the year, is pul down at 1.00, against 183 for the preTioui year. For sttsmboat 322 been killed and 86 pre- senting 358 killed and 127 llailnuid accidents have rtsulted in 130 killed and 530 wounded, against I95killed Hno T ruro cl'1. for sale by C .F. I.UT7.. but how j and (509 wounded during 1856. It should Another borne in mind that these numbers do not include persons who have been killed and maimed by jumping from moving trains, attempting to get on cars wbiut they were in motion, being run over, ;C5T A mass of copper was lately nwav from the Cliff mine (Superior) weighing 10.400 Ibs. The Miner say. is much the largest piece of metal ever mine, that efforts are being made by the de- scendants of Edward Winslow, to have gathering of the Winslow farmlyf: m Plj' mouth, in August next..______.... theater in Californift recently em- ploved a Chinaman to act in the capacity' t T _ U i-, r, rl fivt
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