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Whig Of 76 (Newspaper) - July 28, 1863, Juneau, Wisconsin THE OFFICE, HULL'S BUILDING, OAK STREET. of Subscription, in Advance. Cents a number for any fractional part of a year. RATES OF ADVERTISING C 3 3ri 6m 12m S 3 00 4.00 4.00 S.OO 12.00 15.00 ua.oci Advertisements not marked far a specifi- ed time, will be continued, and charged aecord- trigly. advertisers will bj hold strictly tr advertisements pertaining to their business. All other notices will be clmrgcd at the regn'arrates. Excess of advertisements inserted will bo efcirged proportionally co the number of squares bargained for. Ligal A'lvertiscments inserted at the ex- ponso of the Attorneys ordering them, and not aolayable for ths leg.il proceedings, but eolloeta- at usual time. Notices inserted in tlis reading column, double rates. Business Directory. LEWIS, Land and Abstract Office, and Collecting Agency, Juneau, Dodge County, Wisconsin. Will practice in all Courts m this State: attend to the Payment of Taxes aid to the Collection Securing of Debts. Having theonly Abstract of Titles in County, they aro prepared to and perfect Titles of Heal Eslate in said County. 16 CBAKLKS BILI.IST.ITUBST. T.T.I C.I.IIVTIS SMITH OlimYAY. Attorneys at Law, Wis. E. P. SMITH. PAVID s. onnwvv. WHIG Vol. xi, JUiVEAU, DODGE COUNTY, 76. TUESDAY, JTJiY 28, 1863, No 39, BY CARR HUNTINTGTON. TERMS-ONE AND TlFTTf OEftTS XM ADVANCE, JU'XEAU JULY 28, 1863, SLOAN Attorneys ot Law, Bearer Dam, ,T. P. BARBKlt, M. B. Junean, Dodge County, Wisconsin, Continues to practice his profession. attended to. calls 16tf E1JKN" Justice of the Pence two and a half miles North- east of the City of Beaver Dam. on edge of JloliinK Prairie will attend promptly to all business in his jurisdiction. 840 E. B. Notary Pulilic and Licensed Claim Afrcnt, Under Act of Congress appiovcd July 1st, for collection of Bounty, Ac., Juneau Wis. Peace is not so much the ob- ject of the Union forces an end of opposition to the execution of the laws of the National Government is the loyal people and the Presi- dent are fighting for. Chicago The Milwau- Times and the A. CKVXK, in Dry Goods, (groceries. at prices io the times 2d door south of the Court House, JunKiu. GEORGE U. rj, Keops constantly on hand at the Juncau Depot, a Superior assortment of lumber for building purpo- rts, fencing, etc. TANNER DATLY, Notaries Public, will execute instruments in their profession, taking acknowledgments of the same, and plead law in justices courts Revenue and all blanks constantly on hand. Office in Cole's Block, HustUford, Dodge eo. March, 1S63. 1st J. II. BABCOCK, M. D. Continues to practice his prafessiou in Beaver Uam and vicinity. All calls promptly attend- ed to. O. F. JONES, Attorney and Counsellor at .jtuneau, H. Meat Market and Saloon, Keeps constantly on hand fre-h and salt Meats. Hopes close attention to the do ires of the comtnuniti' to m'erit a share of public p.Ur Juneau, March 17. >.Uronage. CIIVULK3 in Drills and Patent Medicine' rleal- in Buots, Shoes, Clothing, etc., .Tuscan, Wis A. P. in all ki.uU of Shelf Haul ware. Stoves. Tin-Ware, Iron. Steel, Noils, Glass, Putty, Hope, Ac.,
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