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   Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - July 15, 1858, Jefferson, Wisconsin                             -.PUBLISHED BVEBV THURSDAY, AT JEFFERSON, COUKTY, WIS., WATT' SECOND OF JEFFEKS.OX HOUSE. per year in advance; oth- An additional 25 cents will v'ch'itrceJ" wilen 1'1C PaPcr delivered by Carrier. ...........____ oi Advertising. (I- column, ll.il! Column, -Cur.l ..81 00 8T s oo ..12 00 .25 00 oo 5 00 it X.'-ticM at prescribed by taw. So H until arrearages arc paid, option of Uic pnMhher. Job Work ne illy executed nt reasonable prices. BUSINESS CARDS. I.KVI 1'. GILBERT, County Survej-or of "Jctl'crsou County. Surveys irn'ic with of V. L. E. Ourli-y'ubeat St-.r veyini; Truants. Atkinson. IB O. G. CONOVJiK, DEPUTY SURVEYOR OF'jKFrEllSO.Y OUXTY Will promptly attend to all business entrusted to liis care, Juno, W..W-IIEED, M. D., PHYSICIAN AND SUHGEON. OHice on ad Door from Uncine. I. w. Attorney at Couaty, Wi-.'i.u-in Jefferson, Jefferson litfvJ r. PAINE, Solicitors C !i n c e r y and O o Ji y a n c e r s c; r. IMXL-, C. r.. Cn.i. c.u.i, Attorneys at Law, i H'is, Wis, JOHN K. IIOI.MI'.S. ;-vil nn'l ill Chancery. Will t" pr.ii-lict.-in Ui'j Circuit ami Supreme rt-, uniniitioii of Titlvy.nnd payinelitof Tuxvtf. Of- in Court Ifoui.e.Jt-ircrj'on. BY M. WATT. THE Vv'ORLU IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH." At in VOLUME 6. JEFFERSON, WIS.-THURSDAY, JULY 15, 1858. NUMBER 12. AMERICAN per  "O TT? 'IT? j Housing their little ri-miinin-r I farmers were chosen deacons of thechurch, sr J Ote- heals the lungs, purifies the blood, imparts re-] Druggist and ApotlieCai'V !1S to promised j About the time of their election a grevi- newed to tlie nervous system giving; Street JollVrson j si-a, as were the; Israelites of old to catch ous famine prevailed in the valley, and that tone and ei.eigy so iiidi.-pcnsible for (c T j sight ol the promised laud." But just the framers u'enenilly were laying up n on of i-calth To be aide to state con- I e toir.toim tlie innamlnms oi Jet-' r J p, ferson. and vicinity, that he has moved belore they reached the highest point, their corn to plant the ensuing season lion me aKouree o! nnalloved pleasure. Ji', his new building, one door north of his old their leader commanded a halt, and they is ns inm-.li under the control treat-j mentis any   i trict Courts of several States, and also in 1-inrl t.......U" i-xpecl greater good Irom Courts of England and Scolland tn tho tin- eavilio nl tin: than fruin: D j 1 hi-y then Ct'SCC-ntlecl to tlie seasnore, I admiiii'-iercd through the siomach tin-'. C'liiinimiicntioiisnre openo ij 11- MI iscii >i t having in one hand his drawn nilli lhu Ol'.'l'r yPUuUh I I i is' i-i-iii-dv beiii'fil o' hi? Agency in the transaction of; ard, stood in tlie rising lids: and shouted ne'tsconsUturionally. and wilii'iiiore power 'and in all parts of'the Old VT..rid. j l.OI1g Hvc- King and Qtieeii of Castile certainty tlr.in II. JjA'XD MKl'Alt TSI 3-'AT'I'. j thus taUing pussessioil of tliu Sea. Tin.- I're-Einpting. Kntering, and rurcii.isi-nn'l j i'erhaps tiiev lin Sale of Liii.iis in all parts of States. Underthis Department parfJcularrtttention v.-il! transpan nt expense 0! sea, Iiegivento the searching of Registers, Prepn-, all the waves inio :t vast sheet of go ration of Ahstnictsol'Titles, Framing Warranty, j setting all tliu western heavens Ciuit-chrn, Deeds. lii'iuis. Mortgages, ai.d Deeds j spielldors, till al Lreneraliv. r .1 1 the i-peii gates ol the that withholdeth curse him but corn, the people shall blessings shall be upon the head of him that selleth it." The Deacon was fairly caught. "Come i word." JKri-'KKSOX Corr.cr of Main anil Milwaukee Streets, M'is. M-KOUISV.fc 1-INttitKl-; .777-.........1'ROIT.IKTORS. I'.ir-.iJill.ir attention t" Ilie w.int? of ......KXC1IANGK Wliitpwv.er, Wiilwnrth County, Wisconsin. Strict to the wsinif of MAVAIMAN HOi St. North rf Jefferson, Wis. ........777..........IM'.OPKIETOI: in nltemUlicc. oof trn- to. .'...........Troprlctor Book is-op'-n in the Af.hscribi r's ollircwhcrp parties having Land or City for sale, may a; all times enter thedetails !V' o of charge. Arrangements are being made fur obtaining C. r. ROKKl'.T SAWYER HOUSE, WISCONSIN The nndersi-ard would respectfully inform the .lefTer-un.und the Traveling To prove the powerful iiil'in-iK'i' "f the mode of fnrin inliitled will i-ulireiy Uesln.y I in a niinules, paralysing the entire iiervf.ij. system, sotli.it a limb may b" ninp-.italeO 'ont tlie slight" s'. pain: inhaling the burning sjas will (Ustroy life in a lew hours. I The 'inhalation of ammonia will rotise 'lie, and Evidences of U isvstein iiiinling or npparenlly dead. Th-: i u'llorof mar.y '.f tin: medicines is pcir-ptiblviu J i the skin a feV iniiniiesattt-r ing inhaled, anil i i may lie immediately detected in tlie blond. A I coiivinuing of the conMittitinii.il i.f inhalation, is the that sickness is a 1 way- produced by brcnthingfonl this nut itive evidence thai proper remedies, cnrefuiiy prepared and judiciously itdmini.-icred hi1 lungs should produce thf happiest results? Dunn "eighteen years practice many tlmu-ninis, from diseases ol the Inn-s and llirnm. have been under my Care, and 1 have eileotcd liniliv reniarUable cuivs. .'Veil al't'-r the Mif- fei-crshad been pronounced in the last which fully satislies me that consumption i> -m longer a filial My treatment i.f con sumption is origin 'Land founded on Icngcxpu- i-ic-ni-e and lhri'Ui.-h investigation. My perfect with the natnie of f.ibcreles, _ __________ enables me to distinguish, readily, the various! STOCK OF forinsofdi-'eiise that consumption.anil ap "v the proper r, rnn-ly b, !nistB f H V M I) R PI 0 T II fi kel. even in a single case. Thi- tamiliarity. U L ;l U I ..I A U L I LU 1 U U I with certain paMitilogie.il and nrc- For and >Vinter i-oscophic discovt enables me to roiieve tiie -i TJST KKCKIV Kl> in advance of linn.'.- I'r.ir.i theotfoctsot tolfj which will surpass, in beauty anil sty'lc, any enlarge the chest, puriiythebbf.fi, impart to ovor brought tothis cii it renewed vitality, giving energy and the entire sy-sten L-II city, King of When the news said he "I will be us good as my He took him tu the corn house, niL-aMired out n. full bushel of corn, and helpi-.d the man to put it on his shoulder, and just before his departure, being some- what of a wag, he said with a twinkle of the eye, "1 say neighbor, alte.r you have thcv carried this corn home, go up to Dea 'old'-'. con Clark, and curse him out of an- or the mighty pavilions of the other bushel." NOT HARMED BV fortnight erud on that shore till sun descend into that, a of this discovery, of such incalculable importance lo the whole ago, an experiment was tried at the the ?rate -and wot Id, leached Spam, caused groat' York Slate Arsenal proving that spiking does not disable a c-innon. It is in reality a safety fuse, one end of other parts of th" j JAMES P.KAT.KNKK. A'.tonieynml CnmiFvliorat I .UK intliv ConrtK-lllii1 l'nltc'1 Julicitorln tln-Snpri-mi-Couriof Scntliml. YOUNG A ME ETC A FOE EVE "LOOK YE HERE to Public, thiit. HKPAIIJKD A XI) lie lias KEFIT'TED THE OLD TAVESX STAND ON MAIN STSEET And ivill l.o ready to receive the Publicat all times. A carefiilliostier will always he in attendance no. vis us Taken by tV.o day. week, month or or without rooms. His most ardent wish is a trial, ami his greatest endeavor shall be to please. J. A. U1LLYER. Jefferson. April, 18o7.____ W. C. MASS BY, in Copper. Sheet-Iron and Ti...next il.nr so-.ith of the Tost Office, Main Street. JeffVr-on. Wisconsin. Tin Wave ami Stove Kept con-'.antly on hand, or manufactured to AH work in his lino will be executed v.-ith a to neatness: and durability, and Charges, moderate Try him. 3 Milwaukee Xcws I'pnlilisiind Daily and Wcefcly at. by J..U. 'SHAKPSTKIS. In S6.00 in advance in advance." Shoo. ercat variety, cheap amlgpod. at LUTZ'S _ Medicines with full direcUons sent to any part of the united States and Cuiiadas l.y pa- ticnts commntiicntini; their by letter. Hut the cure would hi- inorecertain if Hie patient should piiv me a visit., whicli would. cue an op jo'rtunity'to examine the lungs, and oiiableine o nrcscriblo with much gn-atercertainty, nnd then the cure conld be effected without my yce- ng the patient again. All letters ashing ad- vice must contain u po-tage stump. Address G. W. GRAHAM, M. D., liox Xo. 53 OfTicf, 11-11 Filbert Street, old Ko. 109. be- low Twelfth. AM) c.'oow which lias been made up expressly for this mar- ket, and which will be sold CllEAl'KR TIIAX AX y BODIES'.' And all warranted to be ns ith a full determination to he iilicnd of j wonder, rejoicing mid triumph, and the i iihine of Vasco .Nunez de Balboa was as- i sociated with those of Christopher Co- j lumbxis and Americus Vespucious. 1 et 1 am sorry to add, in less than four years Irom the time of his glorious discovery, he. was accused of disloyalty, and put to i death by the Spanish Governor ot Darien. j So ;t 'little prolfitnd the brave advtntui- j er that he had lotind a mighty oct-an, on I which European eyes had never belore i and pointed the world lo regions i i-xl-.HUSiless richer. Yet let us hope j ihat lor him ilie waters of that other un- i known sea, wi.icli lies between us and the j true jjrutnised by the Sun of llyhteuusness, the gates ol the goideii cily nut closed aguinst him. which penetrates the cartridge and ex- 1 tends through the entire chamber of the gunner EXTRAORDINARY DECETOOS AT ,v SCOTCH CATTLE discovery was made on the morning after the show at Ayr, that the 2 year old bull for which the first prize was awarded, had been dec'orated for the occasion by a pair of false The deception work had been neatly done. A thin band of gulta percha was put round the base of the horns, and was fas- tened by some adhesive substance, and the hair was carefully placed over The skin of the animal had been punctured behind the shoulder, and air blowed in to prevent a slight hollow from being ob- served. animal .in the same class had also been altered in appearance by puncturing and blowing. -An aged bull which had been practised upon in a similar manner, was turned out by the judges, the discovery having been made before the prizes had been adjudicated. These three animals were exhibited by Mr. James Paton, Blankhead, near Patrick. The premiums have been witheld by tlie directors, and the offending party is excluded Irom showing stock again in Ayr. .The directors have further resolved -that the case shall be laid before the Procura- tor Fiscal, for the Crown Council to decide, whether Mr. Paton shall be-.criminally cannon to the muzzle, where the can discharge the cannon as readily as the touch hule. The fuse is a chemical compound, enveloped in a Hat paper case, wrapped with cotton, and after- in rosin lo prevent its becom- ing damp. When used for submarine puipoies, it is protected by a jacket of ifutw percha. The lire passes through at the rate of a mile in four seconds, thus pros uculed. ween us ana tlie i one ,r.m U) {1Ucarge a broadside- was ilum.natud of Al lhe mo- llinr I J Ot and that God were 34-y PlJILADBI.rillA. Pa. OFFICE, NO. T, I, S T K E E T in the Clothiiis Irnile. The piihlic gene- ral and the comiininity at is rcspect'ully BIUSG OUT TOUK Committee for this Congressional District have pro- vided a titne and place lor selecting a can- didate, to be supported by the Democratic paity at, the election. It now re mains only for the party to designate the ment. For ordinary mining purposes it is equally uselul, and from its composition will be less likely to Hash without explo- sion, as it is often the case with ordinary- gunpowder blasting, Cash Capital, Surplus, For InMirnncc. apply to CHAiaKS T. 25m3 37C.19.1 09 09 CT.OTHIER, Ar.KNT, various kinds and rarieties- lW a" first rate, for sale by C.I. A YANKEE Byron told the following story invited to examinethe puny ak me uni-uiny <.-icmuu. j.i. nun it "Jn that same liigate, near the Darda- spLfcXDiD STOCK OF ci.OTtii.vG mains only for the party to designate the nells we nearly ran down an American now received, aii'i additions which man. trader with his cargo of notions. Our be received dtirinc ilie whole season. j differences of opinion there Captain, old Bathurst, hailed, and-with The citizens of and thftsnrrminfj.j as to persons and minor issues, we j dignity of a Lord, asked him where ing country will Young I believe there is one thing upon which the j came. Irom. and the name of his ship. "rnan "of i Democrats are is that j Xhe Yankee captain bellowed whom to buy chcxp nnd good clothes for men I tlljs Congressional District is democratic "You copper-bottomed sarpent, I guess and boys'wear also, hatsand caps of all kinds i j( si man who will! you'll know when I've reported you to ami do.-criptions, ihe we can i Coa-'.-ess." li this Were the tho motto of the Yotine America Clothing j District was hopelessly Would matter Very little whether we put up a man upon whom we could unite, or not. it is a fact, beyond all dispute, dial the district is democratic. It gave a democratic majority at the last general r PRETEXD TO SELL CI.O'l he carried out. and that such is the i.etermiaa- YOUNG AMERICACLOTHING HOUSE, AVis. X. B. charge for fliowingr goods: call, everybody, and 5ee for yourselves. Watertown, Sept. 8, iHEETIIVGS 5 For sale at fc SHJKTIXGS- WOOD'S New Store. What right have I, one of God's creatures (says a writer in an to set mysel" up as the umpire by which ail shall be judged Yet this is done every day. Are there any two in_all the _ wide world who look alike? Nature's elYc'ttoii even under embarrassments aris-j harmony is why expect any [NYO persons to be alike mentally Why is a loafer in a Printing Office like a shade tree 1 Because we are glad when he leaves. in" out of tiie Kansas question and now that all diCerences in that quarter are happily arranged, there is no reason why we may not look for an overwhelming Green Buy Advocate. A MOSSTKU RATTI.K S.VAKI-; Cleveland, two miles south of this city, killed a rattle snake, while in the act of coming out of her eel lav on day evening, shortly after dark. Kho was first attracted by a hissing sound and the rattling ol his tuil, coming out of ihc hatchway, when she proceeded to the barn and obtained a. shovel, wherewith she returned, and seizing a candle in one hand and the shovel in the other, she sought out the whereabouts'of his snake- ship, and decapitated him in the' hatch- way. The snake measured about 7 feet gth and about fl inches in circum- ference, and possessed seven rattles on his tail. Mr. Marshal Dyer has him in possession and will take him to his resi- dence in Pouipey, where he will be pre- served as a natural curiosity, and as a. memento of the courage and presence of mind displayed by Mrs. Cleveland. It is doubtful whether many of the sterner sex would be found courageous enough to seek combat with a rattle snake armed with seven rattles in the tail, with no other implements of war than a piece of candle and a shoit handled Standard. Mrs. Maltbine, in New Haven, 'is troubled with the dyspepsia, and has bad dreams. One morning at her breakfast she was complaining sadly, and described her sensations to her sympathizing hus- band. "I was all the time climbing up, up. up hill every little while I stopped to rest, and then up, up, up. Oh, I was so tired The fact was, I had a real night- mare." "Then why, my said the affectionate husband, didn't you get on and   

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