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   Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 10, 1858, Jefferson, Wisconsin                             thereafter for vance others6 by earner 2o cents Additional ,riH be charged. [From, the Atlantle Ueccherisms. TIIE U'ORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH." he (Beecher) understands the ministry A Christian man's- ,ltfe is..laid. in ..lonv year" IS57. are ipaid. sale will vcnuuoitce at- niiie.o'- otk. A. JI. o! said and l-e continued 5lil sonuicii ot" said hniUnrd lots.lie tolil as. At in lias wer fd 22 23 n' 01 FKEE MASONS. meetings of the Jefferson County are heHiit ttieirLodse Jyf previous to the Full Moon of each th? FullMoon when lliatoccurs Visiting members are respectfully iavit-jJ 9 A.T. COI.BUKS.W.3I. Fourth anniversary of glorious emancipation of America from the thraldom' of Bri'Uh will soon be here and BUSINESS ge'.tin. LEVI P. GILBERT, r-ssioi.nty Surveyor of Jefferson County. the rreyj.raaile with one of W. I.. E. Gurk-y'sbest Sur- Atkinson. 13 eral G, 1'a.v'-" OF JEFFERSO.V tni i at promptly attend to all business j to his care. i Jefferson, W is. June, 1857. j VOLUME 6. 'JEFFERSON, ill pay the.ras'-s. iuterc.-t and cMrfit-s due, :inii cliargrd ibore'on. AMJEitlCAlV JIOLSli. per day. 7. W. JEFFERSON COUNTY HCMtMUTuTT Cnsarantt J'EFFEK'SOA-, ftisrdl Hie Ilx.st.ory of a. Ciiia. X. T. Patterson, pt qr, I'ounti- i'd n A; Uy hind l.y s hy R lake's Audition, w bv road. '20 A. Totter. pt .-w frl qr, b. 11   B L HERS WholifHtc fiiiai! .HAPS, .jaqqiis, BLANKS, C hill Maio MILWAUKEE, Jl W ttlilU tMVIllli f Lj. Ar. old gun his .been .-ul.lecUc tlw Cab O- c In- iiock- nvi-r. it.'pf the Historical l.locb s is as follcws: r J W. .WREED, M. D., -AND STTHGEON. ..-S-' .1. Oflice on .tlniri-St., Frt from Kiieine. Attorney lit Xi .'ellerson County, Wuvousin. 4 v WEYMO-UTJI, GJI.I, 'Attorneys at Law, Solicitors in Chancery, and Conveyancers. WKI MOCTH <-i I'i'XK, C. P.. (ill.I., WISCCNSIX. Chapman's SfCti-j-.ial of WUcoiisin. Illinois. Iowa and Minnu.-ji.i. Maps o! the North- West Uipl.ism's Map of U is- con.-in: Hand- Book of Wisconsin,   tlie causes a ami Inewed to flie r.urvnus J-v-ii-ni. j tba t aii'-l s-o a! ion health. To be aiiUi to >ta'.e j lic'uiitly thut is cucaltie hy i i.- Oi'unallovTjci ll I is inueli under ihe contml o! trrat- j ni.i. a." a'ny other forinulul'le V.i.-eas-c: ninrty I of hundred can, bf curoil in shej I lirs-t and tilty ,7'er cent in the j mure than fivr cvir-.i'i-r the >nru_i up by the ili.-t-ase as bill lo i.-fiicul j In Kveii however, in the inhala- j i tiun rrliel lo j j atlt-ndiiii; thi.- Icr.rful fCiMirxe. a: :iual'.y s.niTir. WATCIIJIAKEB. ,IXD JEWELLEB DC M.Kit I.V -Ei I1 jC G 3Li 3E OK A I Whitewater, 11 13 1 93 n I'y Ft Atkiiii-'citi road nnd land owned bv Wnshburn whicli the savages into whose i county of Worcester, Massachv s .t -.v by C k s they had lalltn could i ljrescott had occasion to w jj0 M i Macplierson, one of their, number, diiriiy Indian n t- riivr'.-s witnessed the- miserable latt- ol I'-'S. On as .traditic Atkinson w p-..u.nf T comriltits. Jmd.seeing the has of .'.julians made, their nGK .-INT, preparing to give hi.n-.-ll' his turn Prance at i'rescott'.s cJd mill, hoisted tl !'hl _ ne-xt- lt-'il "pun the lollowing to when took his gn Jju.iiiani; s l.y Ft the savaires, and lie'nrivj them 'onJed, and started towards ih fonix.ad, w by'sce. 11 C H ol their aiiitcipMed gratifieation'in, liis tor- -he Indians retired to the liil0' J.u "w'tvl n.n b- ture. He gave the Indians to understand by tixed .lie mil by some signs, that he importance lo eomimuii ______ lore lie should be put to death. 'An inl-jr- i'loc' unlil lu; reached the hyus'e, when ih. HUM 10 1 4'.t Wisconsin.' and through Jiim raised a P.resco' 6 s 1 inloimed them that "jc i concluded give tlu-m a specimen of h' of in possession ot a cha.m of tlie i'reatest and as, he unjy, scan Lots. pered oO'. Afit-rwar.ds veiling the T ISA; 4 where the Indians ware htifshpt them, blood was uppii the The Indians ever after lij-pt clear.of..th> .Prescott neighborhood. Mr. Pri-scoftha----Siratos cale to them would render their warriors 't-'llst seve.ii children and among therl1'1 m-ulnerable and their invincible. tlle l'-'3n' Benjamin Having thus excited their C'.'riositv to a of Col.t William.Proscott who cstato iu oLciiiia ----------f.........j .j.ix-u i iiv, imi owiieii bv u it had souvjthjng of! '''ought retrace his steps, bu: and oili.-rs. e by Rod; riv'i-r, inioate to UIL-M be-; so hack wards, ;.vith his eve upon th s ''.v Smith it qr hue. w by OK .vi.r. KI.VJS. A solnnrhM I Jewelry, on hand. Call. Done witTi t JOS. BERGER, and A p o.lt h e c a r y i Street, BEGS leave to 1'e.rson. and vici value, and now tliat lie about to (lit iie did not wi.-h to leave the world with- out imparting this secret to those wiio "ere to n-main in it. lie, in.lormtd them that the knowledge lie was to comniuni- warriors :t on l fro 11 o it is liiock.. b 1SJ llj. anil.'! 1 and 3 J 4 sld of be ha? n.irih of his witt a well selected .-.tookof fresh Vsirjii.slscs 1'ei't'iiincry Wines Rranfly. of Choice rnt, AH e to. je a SA.MUK1, A. liltoWS'S '.It, AH Milwaukee Strci.-t. rir-rr.on. r'irjt r.i'.c Horst.1.. ;in-i rtiiit-lv-iivi; in tijL'j i Uiiiti-il" Stales alone and tiforrect BrajVd.s. cfnstantiy on that of the present i.; My-Stock the Mjvotired. men .should use re- Brighani, of Blue Mounds'. I.iVKUY .ST.MII.K. C-. WILLIAMS' I.iv-ry SmMi rfK.---.. in ren.'iiu-.j Kiwi on Milivnuifc that of tl e.trtli, eiirlity inillioi.s nre destined to .iil Truly til-.1 ijiiiv.-r ol'di-atl j fatal a.- In nil i; j I In- i'rrat cii' my n! iifi-. fur i; spares in- IK.r -i-v. luit swev'-s oil alike I In: bravi-. I tin- and tin; jfit'ti'd. Uy i ul'tlii.-jj'il'ri-im; Ucliii; v.-lxnn corn..' nid pi'rfi'Ct I am enablrd to the alllicled a perinaneni and -yusell and i yp'at rare will both -in price ami thatcf i-.ny other establi'shmentin tin? county. family orders put up c'-rrectly and at ail ho'i.'s. v.'jnl 1 woods and it they would allow him to go, with a guard over him, to the nearest' wood ;o collect the proper plants, he! wouid prepare the medicine, and also' iiistiuct thrni in its preparation. He also told them that lie would immcdiateiv nut omn.pot.i.T _ _____ Religious emotion comes out jn his prayf-rs. sermons, and vegetative THE PLL-.VPKU OF LCCK.NOW.--The Brit- i earth nianiiold plants ish troops and their native allies obtained i of avast amount of plunder in Lucknow. sun does not for a The palaces wei-u tilled will) evidence OJ but for the w tu- YV.ii.- OK ruUT MONAIKS ir. c'.'ri >C :in.: Sh-'i- SV .ll Tin KivtrTro a'.l artli'Ie -ually W-rli. vv.irr.tn-.oti. Si'.-. ;i -KI I.-H-'IIK- Corner of Main Milr.-aiikce Jci'fcr.oo'u. ?rf.BBISS Si FIXGKEK, -.....'.'......ri'-OiT-JCTOi'-S. PA.rticylAr attention to thi-- o' nornt, Whitewater, Walnri-'tli County, C. E. 5trict t-> tl'.e v.-.ints of n A v A K i A i o 1-3 K M.iio North rf Cr.clnc, icSsraon, i blond, nnd the it. priiilnred 1-y llii-ir di.-pn.-ilion in ihe hi: [ijcvei.'t thi- frev aditiissifin of air intu which a viialiiv i eiii.ire Then surely it lo i LTi-a'.t-r d crtvi'irs Inns'- :Jii tin; jia'ii-nt uill siiv.-ay- !ii: i the fn- l.n atliin.- Inli-.iliitinn i- u !i ral iifViT'. iili To prov-ihi' .r intici-nfo of tin- of ,.niiMiiii-l vatim inhaled will in :i I'.-w nisiMite-, ll'-: "i.rin- .-v.-ti-ni, .-iithat a limli inav h" nut the >t pain: inlialini; id- few trecg (V, ill me uaiaces tilled with evidence o' "ul- mov. World's bv the Loan, and Land Agency, prove tJ ciu-m he that by by cushions V.-ISCU.VSIN. his neck witii this paratiun, he would duly tin: strongest and must expert warrior I. MilU' Block. Kin..' Stru-1. ij .covered embroiiU-ry, by rich screens of shawls., j'lnd bv table kinit.-, in' the 'iiiit trict Ci-i the Ciiiji ri: llli' i tliv mei.t of all 'l> skin, even with tlie hem lo pierce touia- tin: C .-tat.-s.arsd :i -i-v.-tul a; t> of' land. Gr-'a: !ii  n-adily. of fhat a'uply the proper ken even a sinjrle .T.'ith ccrlain In- ralion Oi'.Absjri'C'.sn! and Kvid. J; A Ur.j.k i-iip-n ir. ''d. and A ct-H of l at all tirii-.-. "Mt-r i Arraniff.nii.'iit.-- an-.l.... noiici.' nt pruj I'.ir arid thi' crati- d i.f r-. I'n I'.1-. V.'nrrant Li.t- fi.i nil-Yn i- .if n ad': fur ?ali> in all uf istril'inion isi'mthlv cociion, and laying iieiv.l. tipun of wood, he desired the strongest to strike at !.is lu-cb, ins tomithu'ik, wiili itil bis, mighc. assured t'jt-m that, the wmik! nut miikelh'; A warrior :l and mischief, with ched i hat gospel which sanctions ignoranco' i iiose who could not get mil" in at once to carry on the work, the corriders. buttered olf the noses, n oppression for three millions of ar.d arm- u; liio statutes in the .'a-deiis i wllilt lru'1 "r it to ahake down. or, diving into cellars, either made'their for healing of the nations? It is lie' other parts of t'.e State ar.d 'iKs P.FALKXER. ol iinnunse txpeiunenl and ainr.iig niiglit, the Indian tbat head diftitiice ol several yards. t-t-s at each oilier in silt-nt .-i'must-muit, thunder struck at their own was S'jleeleii tor nr.iig ;i blow w.th all with such lor'.-e flew vt: to the into Cellars, either fortunes liy tlie discovery of unsuspected ,trea.-ures. their lives at the hands Kf.'.alics. There was no time to i's own roots, and blasted in its _ ith what affectionate tenderness does mj i l l i gttarJ against indiscriminate plunder.: reat> soul out I'ls 'ova a photograph can givu i.e Liierok- notion ol Luck now invites men to the lo own cllurcl1- _. Christian be.tiire.T, in he.aven in: snf- 'i "I perli'Ct Ac, ami tnista YOITNO F O E E_V E E LOOK YE ut" ruols, amid credulity, but they -.ulmired the ingenuity sunnoi.-.ntml and address with their prisoner ,jL.r miniirei I '4noiTn by the. name of. Christ. Oii enrth. for sake, .you nre known by a.-> it is seen Irom the minaret or rout ol this a green groves and by gilt domes and sk-n- T. and all the stran-e combi-j tile "ame of resbyieriansi -Episcopalians which J and the wliicn they, had prepared lor and Oriental aichiieet.s de'ii'rhi. Le; me, spe-ik ..the ..language of ol. beh.ig at this e.-caj of the dvatn of toraire in high delight with the AX STOCK OF iiEADV-JiADE CLOTHLVG: proved a better college to many a boy, has SAWYER HOUSE, THE OLD TAVERN STAND MAIN STREET And will be ready to receive the Public at all times, i cireful Hostler will always t'e in attendance JiOAKDEKS by the dny, or or withoi'i rooms, dhisgreatc? trial, V .Jot-s p.'vait of fiMP'ri ii .1_- should pay a visit. wiiieU op- portniiity to axnmirie the -wl "nalilemc to proscfilih' .-.vilh much and then tlu'cnn: could niy see- ins; tbo jiatie-nt All leitiTs asking ad- vice must contain a stamp. Address G. W. GltAHAM.-M. D.; X0. 53 1131 Filbert Street, oh! Xo. 109, be- And all warranie.l to as a tr> bi- ahcnd of in the CJotbinj: trade. The public raj and the .conw.inity at larjre is respectfully invited to .rxasiinc the SPLiXDia STC'CK OF CI.OTH.'.NR, now n-ccivrd, and additinns r.-'iic'i will with the French nncl Bada'jgz. He has a son living is C4 vears XS Ths debt of Great BHt- embrulds-3' caused, bv the. accumulated of gold and silver and ithe motives and JY. _____ at Office, Main Street. Ware ;m  est work of e.diiiott', beuig extensive, let no man be without a   

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