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La Crosse Independent Republican (Newspaper) - November 1, 1854, La Crosse, Wisconsin THE REPUBLICAN follows in in jroods. for Cblppewa Treaty. At tliis treaty mtulo at Lake Stipe nor, at A matter of mnuh interest t ttw people of Minnesota, wo hare en dmvoretl to obtain correct inforniatto la regaril to it, and urc ruucli to Oakes, RusatH und bcun lien, for the following account The lino of ptirclmxe cotnnicnccs n the head waters of Simkc river, run nlng tticnce in' n straight line to the month of the Savnnna rivur where i empties into the St. Louis river, thence the St. Louis to the mouth of the Swan river thence up snicl river to iU head; thence in u straight line to the Macon or Sturgeon Luke thctiuc ia Mmiglit northerly line to the botm darjr line of the British near Kniny Luke. All the land ca.sl of this line ownvl the Luke Supe- rior and Brisford In'.lians comprising an area of country, in extent tc the state of Ohio, nnd including nl the mineral lands upon our northern frontier, hn.s been ceded liy these In dinn.i to the United States, Tho Mississippi Indians refused to their land, and make the boundary line between them and the Lake Supe- rior Indians', the line of purchase. The- treaty was made by .Ajrcnts Ilcrrimen of Minnesota, and Gilbert of Michigan. The amount paid fur this valuable mineral land is money, whool purposes, for agricultu- ral improvements, -I blacksmiths, equal to each In all to be paid iinnttnlly for twenty years. In addition to this, the half-breeds nre to have in one payment.. Tlieru nre tilip to In; distributed 200 guns, 1 00 rifles, 500 beaver traps, GOO pounds powder and in ready-made clothing. is rcsfi'vcd to-be -ptiiil to tlie order of the chiefs', for the .payment of Iheir debts. Tho treaty gives each head of a family, including half-breeds, eighty acres of fowl, to located in U'iseo.v Michigan, or Minnesota. [Demo- cnit. Those who are anxious to define the western boundary of the lauds treated for, can cyme very near tin: line of tie- mnreatioa, by running a direct line on the map from the head of Snake rivet1. north to the British boundary, and thi.-nco bjr that boundary to. its point of intersection with ImUu Superior. One of the wisest provisions of the1 treaty, not mentioned by tin; Democrat in the article above- rjiiuted, is thai the Lake Chippewis agree1 lo tlaim all right and tillu to lands situated west of this treaty boundary, Atid the Mississippi C'hippewas, iu turn, do tho same in regard to the lamb cccdcd by their Lake brethren, as pro- vided in the Treaty. Tliis sejK-rate-s the- interests of tiie Imkc attd River Indians forever, and leaves the latter free to negotiate for the- sale of their lands as they ploaso and we only re- gret that that event did dot take- place at the same time tho t.ake domain was purchn.-ietl. [St. Paul Miuuesotian. Published by Law In the Pa- per having tue Largest Cir- culation. LJST OF LETTERS remaining In thv Post Oflie-c, at La C'rosuc. Win., Oeto- 1st. 1W t. Persons calling for the lam will say that they art tuictrtucd. Adann, Henry L Law. C'apt Ave'LiM. Luna Lttinb, WillarU Arnold, C L Lawre-ncc, Win B Anderson, Petler Lultig, Johann Andrras, Johann Larsen, Xlelit Amiable. Isaac I.im'scn. Hugh 2 Norman Lawton, Robert T 2 Harrows, Siinuie-l Me-Ciir, Sheldon lie'dlinger. Mary Me-Kav, W Umdli-v. Milo K Me-Kev, Hiram ISuslier. X ile-Laughlin, Wtu liyrnj. Joel McLaughton, Brown, Waller J Amada LMcrrtck, S H Itrown, Thomas Mace. J K linker, William Morrison, Byron Uedimtcd.f, A McGilvarcy. Alex lloiighlon, K A Moss, fioardmiMi, Timothy Miller, Joicph Nnnoy llalihvin. llarinun J Hurry, Xoali I-' l Harkley. Andruw J IJrown, Lucius lilaki.-, MM fJntle-r, C I JMon ilarlx.-r, .lulin M Albert Mall. Siine-un It Mullock, l.yman Hi-own, Julm C'ullie-i-tun, J M (.'haniborx. S K C'ntten, Lonur Cannon. Kilwnrtl C'aivy. Ali.-aloni 'y'llIVY, J I! Harriet L Oine'r T Motisen, John Marror, Lal'aye-ltt Maciuiley, Robert Miltard, Franklin Mulder. 11 Mclntosh, Dunonn Martin, Smith J Mill, Mo Jlcservey, A Miicrhead, Hugh Me-luy, Mrs Mooi-e, John K MuC'oIlum, William Morgen, A W Monson. Isaac n Miller, William 2 Meier. Dominie-k 2 Mus.-clnmn, A J 2 Nelson. Mnrtha Neumann, William 2 Oleti. C P A Olse-n, Ncl-on Vl'-avlaiid. Mi.-s Henry vleavi-land, Mrs N ,'t Ottuwiiy. William '.'oi-biii. Daniel 2 Orr, Samne-l l-lvon ['obiirn. Jnhii Mason S.imtu-l I) Dl'e-.-d-n. Henry Hid, C G I'ri-einan A T Ciiliin. Klija Jolui l-Mu'iuil Henry 11 lill'tll 'o-li-r, MIX, M H II Henry 2 'arnliain, Solofnan ialloivay. A !iwn, (e Vf iraco, I inac M Picked, Rowull Peck. K K ToG P PnwoiiH, John Powell, Reuben Piii-sons, Fredrick J'rntl, Levh Pe'dorscti. Pcdcr Plit-lps. William D 2 Pome-ry. Daniel B 2 Kaymond, Hosanna B re-e-iu-, Horace Se-venson, Itiiynioiul. Dnnie-1 ttov.J (i Rornian. Thomas Smith, J S Slitson, Edmund Shuiimmi, Theodore .Stopbs, D Pro llono Piiblieo j If 0to: Rnlnwator nncl Cisterns. The grcut tnasi ol country residents to have no more conception o the enoricous floods of clear, pure rail water, thai tiaturaly pour oil' the roofs of their dwellings, wood houses, b'arns nheds, and other out buildings, than i they Iuul never heard of such hugt watering as the clouds iu the sky tf nil the rain which falls iu the north' cm states within a year should remain upon the surface of tho earth, wilhoitl ninkiug into it and running oil', it wonii form an average depth of water o about three feet. Iu the southern Mates it would be more in the Amer- ican tropics it would amount, to about ten feet near Bombay in Asia te- twenty-live feet. Each ine-h of rain that falls on a roof yields two barm Is to every space ten feet square and seventy-two bar- ntls arc yielded by the- annual iu t climate on a similar Mirfucc. A bam thirty by forty fuel, yield annually oO- barrels, this is enough for moro limn two barrels a dny for every day iu the year. Many of our medium have, however, at live time's that itmotmt of rooting on the dwe-llitigs nml other buildings yielding annually wore than four thousand "barrels, o'r nbptit otic hundred ami lilty ordinary pail-fulls daily. A very small portion of this great quantity iscnnghi in i-oti- temptabti; e-istoni ____........... I lathaway. James 4 TJiompxon, 'iiniuh I..I... fit it.' Richard Suhnniiicker, J Khlcr L Suhtihcrl, Th J II A Sholilon, C! Jnmes .Smith. l-'riinkt'D B .Smith Co.. S F Shoyor. C'lina C Smllli. O Smith. Wri.cht .Smith. IVtc'r J Jainc.i .Shnberl. Thomas J J-'oIh-.-rl. Simon. Magcretta liana Pmilli. S Twecdir. William Tonen. .Vitlhiiui Tra.'-i, Jiilinnn Low FricM .Triumphant Wftt mtt the Enemy anil thty are min rriHE gtmutletofde-finnceis fromlliistinj JL forward flung to the grim and liideou monster of High Prices, for any thing ii the line of Fancy- and Staple Dry Goods Boots. Shoes, llnt.sCapijRcad.v-Miulc Cloth ing. Notions, or anything pertain Ing to our large nnd rapidly incrcasin; trade. ONE FOURTH or Youu PURCHASE Mo NKY SAVED! by culling to make your pur elmi-os our Mnmmoth Ktlubliehmont where you have assortment to select from not equalled by liny other house in nil the grent West. Our arrangements with Mini iifactnrcrs and Importers ore such thnt we procure our nl n very small advance from coil of manufacture, thereby clfectitig a saving to the purclmser of some- half doz en commissions which miut lie charged by those who procure their stock from third oa fourth hands, In abort our arrangements ure such tint t can ntail nt than otfitn can whole talc, ami can at laa rula than otlitrt We assort that our stock in variety anil extent is not equalled by any other house In the business. UI'TIZKNX OP TUB CHEAT AND cnmvi.vn WEST, we apprehend tlmt when vpu are about to make a purchase of anj kind of two things are kept distinct- ly in view: a good assortment to select from and n low price. Thnt both can be secured at our Miiimnomth Establishment we leave you to judge. We an. prepared to offer the motl unprtcnlenled iiiiluceincntt. We con and will sell lower than any other establishment of like business in this the Great West To the Merchants Farmers. To Merchants we cnn supply all of your wants in our line at whole, at lower prices hun you can go east anil purchase of the Manufacturers. To Farmers we invitu you in making your retail purchases to call I pon us and give us a friendly shake of the land and if, after ranking through the va- departments of our business, and get ing our prices, you do not f.hroper Minn the iUirapcst, of the assortment more extensive than n our wildest Mights of fancy we have ever lielurcd, then we shall be obliged to set yon lowii as uclni; possessed of dill'ercnt senti- ncntu than all the rest of mankind. Lawyers, Doctors, Mechanics, all Trades il Professions, as you value your highest >ecuniary interest, call upon us and make purchases. As yon value the accumti- alion of gain sufllcient for your mainte- nance in the decline of life, purchase your good of us, thereby saving one fourth of 'our purchase money. To all to whom tiiesc presents may con- em. we abjure you to be wise now in time, .so Hint at the close of a (perchance.) long and well spent life, the grim stern ghost of an ill spent one fourth of your purchase mo- ney, (which had been extorted from yon in the purchase of your goods, and 'which should have boon saved for the support of your family will not rise to Irotibleyon and 1KUTH83 up your Codings. Avoid all such disastrous consequences, by calling and making vour purchases of SMITH, CLINTON CO., Sept. 1C. S-l. Front St., La Crosse, Wis. Tnwev. Charles Til longer. Thotvi-n, Peter Tiinu-r. William TiiuiU'xun, Ailn-an SFK.KDV Jmic-K. n hack-niitn, nt DulVtilo, imliK-t-tl it mimeil Kllcn Hiiggortr to get into'his corringc she having just arrived in tjic ou'tlie Iiiglilof Jfnli. llcdrorc rujiitlly-out of the city limits, where he. with the aid of nn nssontilo, committed u horrible outrage upon her. J1cwu.4nrrc.ited on the tdth; on the 27th it spcciul Grtnui Jury wns empnnnclcil in the Keconler'ii Court, an indictment found: on the IStli to-had his Iriiil; and on the was Mntenced to fifteen years' imprison- me nt in the State Penitentiary: The Rwordcr, Judge Hough ton, jircfuucd scutc-nce by remarking that he was (ibont to v-ngngc in was BMmllr a pninfnt duty, but tlmt in tliis caw he entered upon it with unfeigned ptciware. Tito promptness of the Court urn) Jury it) tliij ijitxtter is wor- of all pr.iise. A vacant mind invites danger- put Jamaica, at n deserted mansion wandering outcasts to enter aid Ukcup their abode in its desolate [Hilhnl IniraK Darwin 2 .lului'-oii, George .tones. Henry 'iii-kson. l.'h'arie.s (irlnith Johnson. .Simeon R Jolin.-on, David I, Jacobs. Jifliii Jenkins.J W .li-nlcs C W, M D Jeiilf. C'hiii tV Johnson. Win 1" Kniiilil. Trnnian K'.-llogtr. Newton T K John Juliii MAUVKY E. HUHIiAUD, Tnttl.. Krtwnrd Van Waters. Vcddrow, George 'Woodbin-v. C W Wl-Mllng! .Nils Wright. John If Webb, Mr-11 A Walker, Mrs Mary Westinlmver. X West. William X Wrlishl.Miiw Kllxu T Walker, Mrs Ilt-tsy Z Walter, I'hillip 2 Wilmin. Hugh C Z Voting, Gen G Yiwnn, G Y Xiiiiinennan, Joseph COME BUY CHEAP! itlcrcliiiiit. Front nncl at tho Wliarf Boat, I.A wis., vSAU': ANKUKTAII. DKAL- _ er in Good'', Ciroceries, Trovia ions. I'J.OL'li AXD GRAIX. M.inl.w. Slioi-s. iviidy-mnde ctnlhing, QIICCIIS- wnn-. WondiMi Ware. Nail-i. Chus. .Ve.. I lo otlbrs for sale u new and elioic: sc- uvlioii of OHY OOODS, eoii'i-tiiig of all kinds usually found in n u'liiinry slmv. iindiuhipted to'the wants of all. Ili-ityletiit' nui-iss noons aiv of the lalc.-t patterns and with a view lo Inanity, durability and cheapness Mr. I., nl-o coii-tantly on hand a choice and lot of PROVISIONS, wliii-li he at prices which fompeti tinu. nml lie i.-ln receip't of frcsl; supplii1'. lli.-1'OUK AXD1-T.OKR arc of the best and fn-li from In-low. lioots and ,-hoe> of all con- Mainly on and sold as low as thev can booldin Ihismarkol. He invites particular attention tohii STOCK OF CUOCKKRY, Queensware. Woodon Keady-nuide Clolhing. Wines ami .'.'iquors. whii-h are all of the choicest brands, invo Ill-oil coli-iMi'd with great cnro. .Mr. siorage and the com- liswn biisiqi-K. liy nny. UK begs i0say that he ha- just completed hi- new sliop on -tiite st. a few sti-p f llor.-es aud Own. and the best workmeii mployed. P.ilronagc respectfully solici- Crosso, Poo. 13. IS A. McMIU.AN. Still I.ntor. undon-igncd hereby his lu- tcntlon to rim a DAILY line of eonch- betv.-oen I'rniric !.a Crosrc and Black iver Kails, from the date hereof until he tiiat it won't pay. Thankful (nf past pa ic offers for the future to jolt pi hrou.vli. either up or down, each dav for he rum of f '.'..'D. W. T. PRICr. Ls f-.'p. 4. patrouape. DOCTOR' THE POCKET AESCULAPIUS OB BVRIir ONE HIS OWN PIIYtilCAAN. rriHK FIFTIETH Eili- JL lion, with one hun- dred engravings, tug diseases and malformalions ofllie It. man sy.-tem in every shape and form. T which is added a treatise on the dNcnse o IViuajes, being of the highest importance t ni.irricd iiconle, or those cotileinplntin. marringo. WIUJAM YOIJXG.M. D. Let no father be ashamed to present copy of the AESCULAPIUS to his child Let no young man or woman enter into tin .-eciet wbtlxulluur vf married 'lire wmum reading the pocket Let nr one siill'ering from ahacknicd eoiigh. pait in the side, reMlesi nights, nervous feelings and the whole train of dyspeptic sensations and given up by their physician, be anoth er moment without con-u'lting the J'l-culu plus. Have the married, or about, to bo married any impediment, read this trul useful book, BS it lias IH-CII the tnenns of sa ving thousands of unfortunate creature; from the very jaws of death. .JRO-Any person sending TWEXTY-FIYI CKXTS enclosed in n letter, will receiv one cony of this work by mail, or live cop ics will be sent for one dollar. Address (post WM. YOUNG. No. 1S2 Spruce Street, Philadelphia d-lv HASTINGS CO. Fnoxr STKKET, I.A CUOSSK, OFFEH for sale a lull supply of all nrt ,cles in their line of. wbic they- will warrant to be of the best qualit that can be found in the Eastern Our assortment comprises several hundre varieties of. DRUGS Alcohol, Alum. Acids of all kinds', Acthc Amouia, .Antimony, Arrow Root, Arsenic lialsam, and Burks of various kinds, ISIu Tissue, Urimstone, Burgun da Pitch, Uarbailoes Tar, Uorax, Calomel Cantlmrjcc, Copavia, Catutic Cayenne, Curcuma, Chloroform, Cotwll Coi-rossive Sublimate, Cream Tarter, Cochi neat, Cowage Down, Creosote, Crocus Mar tis, Dovers Powder, Dragon's .Blood, Kx tracts and of various kinds, GoU Thread, Golden Seal, Gum Opium, Aloes Arabiac Gamboge, Gu aic, Ifyrrh, Scammony, Co pnl, Shellac, Tragacautha, Iodine, "Isin iflass, Liquorice, Magnesia, Manna, Mor phine, Mercury, Musk, Number 'Six or IIo Drops, Xiix 'Vomica, Oiutments and Oils o v.'.rious kinds. Quassia, Quinine, KpsoH Salts, Satt'ron. Spermameti, Strychnine, Sul oliur, Sugar of Lead, Sup. Curb. Soda, Sa Powders, Venice Turpentine White Wax, together with all other articles usually found in a Drug Store. PA TKXT JfKOlCLVES. Dr. FITCH'S. -Abdominal Supporters Shoulder Braces. Inhaling Tubes, Pulmona- ry Heart Corrector, Nervine, ic. V.C., itc., KADWAY'S. Ready Itclief, Regulators, Resolvents. Dr. CIMUSTIK'S. Galvanic Belts, Ac., Magnetic Fluid. Dr. -MoitKiiKAw's. Maccnetic Planter. Dr. JAVNB'S. lixpectoruui, AHunitvc, Carminitivo Balsiun. Tonic, Yermifnge, Vgiie and, Sanative Pills. Dr. Gi'vson-'s Extruut Yellow Dock and Sarsaparillu. MOPFATS Phcenix Hitlers, Life Pills. AVKR'S Cherry Peclor.il. Dr. lloughton'.s Pepsin. Dr. Tno.Mi'sor's live Vf'nter. Partnership. TII1E undersigned have this day cntcrct into a partnership for the purpose o conducting a general mercantile business, in the name of UWICK AXDWISOX. nt the ol< stand of Wm. W. Ustick in the village of Urwsc. July 29, ISJt. WM. W. USTICK, MOSS AXOKKSON. tjotlck A jVndcrsiiH, Dealers in Family Groceries, Stoves, Tii Ware, Mill and cross-cut Sawn, Furniture Ac., Front st. 3_tf Notice. OrrtCK or TIIK I.A CROSSK K. It. Co.. .Milwaukee, Jan. 19, -'34. NOTICK is hereby gived tlmt the follow ing additional instalments arc tr be paid on all to the'Capilu Stock of the La Crossc and Milwaukee K Ii. Co.. viz: Ten per centum of the amount of all stock subscribed by persons residing of Ihe Wisconsin Kivvr, povableon tin. Hist day of February next; anil ten per ct. on all such stock, payable on the lirst dav of .Mine next. Also, on all slock snbjcribeil by residing west of Wisconsin Iliv- cr Ihe following instalments, via: live per cent on the day of March next; live per cent payable on the day of June next; and ten per cent payable on the tirsl day of October next. The'said pavment lo bo made nl the office of the Treasurer of the company in the city of Milwaukee. Hy order of the Hoard of Directors. 1 LKVI 11UKXKLI.. Sttrttary. Wanted. BY a Young Man who has a thorough knowledge of Hook Keeping and wh understands the Mercantile a tion as Clerk, or Book Keeper, in a Mer- chants establishment. Address A. M. D. box !M. La Crowe P. O. AVis, .3m A PORTION of our new Goods have just arrived call find examine onr stock before purchasing elsewhere. For quality of goods and bcoiuy st for the Feeling thankful for past favors, he still lopes that Ibe public will continue their I.t Crowo. Jnlv 1M4. GiUKb'KxiiKitu Co'> Sarsaparilla, Dy.-cu- ery Syrup, Children's Panacea, Vegetable iitters, Ague 1'ills. LOUIIKX'S imlian Kxpcctorant, Cherokee Jiiiment, Hair Tonic. Dr. WisTAji'ii of Wild Cherry. Dr. 1'ilK BRAfiii-'s Mexican Mustang Liniment Tonic Pills, Anil Bilious Pills. American Candy. GOWIIKV'S Cordial. PKUBY DAVIS' I'ain Killer. Dr. Indian Cholncogtic. JKW DAVIO'.S Hebrew Plaster, Honey Boated Pills, Persian MKKCIIAXT'S Garghling Oil. SLOAN'S and Condition Pow- L vox's Katharii-on for the Hair. FAIINSTO'CK'S Vermifuge. JO.NK'S American Cholugognc. PAlftTS, OILS AX n DYE STUM'S. White aiid Red Lead, Lillierage, Chrome jrecn, Kronch Green, Chrome Yellow. rcnch Yellow, Yellow Ochre, Uujncsc and Vmericiin Vermilion, Indian and Venitiau led. Fluke White. Spani-h Brown, Ulttu- larine Blue, I'riissian Hive, IJurnt Umbra MTU do Sienna, Kose Pink, Wliiiiug Fustic amwood, Indigo. Blue Vitrol, Drop Black, amp Black. Virdigris. Xic Wood, Log 'ood. Anualle, Alum, Copcras, Cudbear, ac Dye. Madder, Spirits of Turpentine, opal and Coach Varnish, Lard Oil. Castor il, Linseed Oil. Xeal.-fuot Oil, Olive Oil. weet Oil, and Leather Proof Paint, Ac.. c., itc., JULES HAUf.es' AXI> rrAnnrsoys CKI.KItA TKD I'KHWMKIty. General Klecttoir Notice. STATE-OF WISCONSIN, SECtlKTABY-'s OrFICE.. 'Madison. Julv tij'1854. j TVrOTICK is hereby given thnt at the next 111 General Election to be held in the sev- eral Towns and Wards iu the State of Wis- consin, on the Tuesday next succeeding the Monday in November, being ,the sev- enth dny of said month, the following Offi- cers are to be elected A Iteprescntative in Congress for the First Congressional District, comprising the counties of Keuoslm, Milwaukee, Kouinc. Walworth and Waukestfa, in the place of Daniel Wells, Jr., whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Ueprescntative in Congress for the Second Congressional District, comprising Ihe counties of Adams, Bud Ax, Buttnlo, Cliippewa, Clark, Crawford, Dane. Douglas, Am lire Bay re Lustrnl. Bear Pomatum, Hair Dye, Leal' Water, Philoeome, Jluguo'lia Balls, Lip iialm. Flavoring as Vanilla, Almond. Nutmeg, Pencil, Orange, Kxtrne.ls for the trope. New Mown Hay, Huso. Sweet Briur, Sweet Clover, Jc.-'-am'me, WestKnd, Honey Stickle, Musk, White Lily, Ac., Ac-, MISUKL LA A'EO US A UTICLES- Trnsfes, Nipple Shells Nursing Bottles, Syringes, llreasl Sealing Wax, Beeswax, nnd yellow, Sponges, Hops, Chalk, while and red, Wa- fers, Drawing Pencils. Pen Holders, Ink, -Writing Paper, Letter Paper. Blank Books, Memorandum Books, Paint Brushes, Hair Brushes, Tooth lirusli- Rock, St. Croix, Sauk and iu the place of Ben C. Kac-tmau, whose term of office will expire oil the fourth day of March next. Representative in Congress for the Third Congressional District, comprising the counties of Brown. Caluiue-t. Columbia, Dodge, Door, Fond du Lac Jcltcrson, waimeo, Manitowoc, Mnniucttc, Oeouto. Oxankec, Ontagainie, Sliawna, Shelxiygnu, WasliiiiRtou, Wnnpucen, Wimshai-a' and Wiiincbago, iu the. plaei; of John'Ii. Mncy. whose term of ofltue will expire- on the fourth day of March next. A State Se-nator for the Fir-t Senate Dis- Iricl. ciiiiiprUing the-counties of Calumet. Manitowoc and Slie-boygan. in the place of II. X. Smith, whose te'rm ol ollice will ex- pire on tlie Ih-st Monday of Januai-v next. A Stale- Senator for Ihe Third'Senate n the place of Andrew JL "jilnir, whose term of oflicu will expire on the first Jlon- lay of .faiHiary next. A State Senator for the Fifth Senate Dis- triet, coniprUine the first and Second wards )f the Cily of Milwaukee, and the towns of >auville, Milwaukee and Wanwntosa. in tho county of Milwaukee, in place of Ed- vnrdM. Hunter, whose term of oflice will expire- ou the lirst Monday of January next. A State Senator for tho Seventh Senate- )istriet, comprising the county of n place of John W. Gary, wliosc. term of ollice will expire on the flrst Monday of Jan- lary next. Stale Senator for tlie Ninth Senate Jislriet, comprising the towns of JJrooklield, Je-lalleld Lisbon, Munoinoncc. Jlerlon. Oconomowoc, and Pcwnnkee in the county ol' Waiikesha. iu the place of George iL ilcLatie-, whose term of ollice- will cxpiie- on lie first day of January next. A State Senator for the Eleventh Senate istrict, comprising the county of Dane, n the place of Thos. T. Whittle'sey, cnn of otllcc will expire on the iirst Jlon- lay of January next. A State Senator for tho Thirteenth Sen ite District, comprising the county of La tnye-tte, in the place of Charles Dunn. vho'-e term of office will expire on the- londay of January next. A State Senator fur the Fifteenth Senate district, comprising the counties of Iowa nd Richland, in place of Lev! Sterling, term of otllce will expire on the ilrst londay of January next. A State- Senator for the Sevcntecnlli Scn- tc District, comprising the of Avon Jcnlrc, Fulton. Jiincsville, Magnolia, Xew- rk, Porter, Itock, Spring Val- ey and Union, in the county ot Rock, in ic place of. l.V.ra Milter, whose term of of- ce- will expire on the lirst Monday of Jan- ary next. A State Senator for the- Nineteenth Scu- te District, comprising the counties of Had Vx, Buffalo, Chippcwu. Clark, Crawford, ouglas. Dunn, Jackion, La Crosse, I.a ointi-. Monroe. J'ierce. Polk, St Croix, and Trempeleaux, in the- place of Benjamin Allen, whose term of olliee will expire on the- Ih-.-t Monday of January next. A Slate Senator for theTweiily-lirst Sen- ate District, comprising the comity of Win- nclmgo, in the place ol' Coles Bnshford. whose term of onice will expire on tho first Monday of January next. A emie Senator for tlic 'Twenty-third Senate District, comprising the counties of Adams, Mnrquctle, Sank and Waushara, in the place of D. S. Vittmn. term of oiliee- will expire on the Monday of January next. A State Senator from Hie Twenty-fifth Senate District, comprising: the coutily of Columbia, in the place of John Q. Adams, who'so term of office will expire on the- first Jlondny of January next. Mcmliors of the Assembly, and such Coun- ty Otllcers as are required by law to be then elected, es, Coarse Coinlw, Fine Ivory Combs, Cam-1 Tho following proposed amendments to clsllntrPencils.PumlcuSlonc. Spruce Gum Rat, Mice and Iloneh Poison. Wafers, Tlicr moincters. Black Sand, Glue, Envelopes Port Monies, Jtc., GROCERIES. PROVISION'S, Sugar. Coffee, Molas-ms, Tea, Hiee, Flour Salt, Soap, Candles, Saleralns, Soda, Creaii Tartar, 1'enrl Burly, Corn Starch, Toma toe- Catsup, Pepper Sauce, Hpicc, Ciuna moil, (iiu3ei-. Tobacco. Snuff, Mus- tard. Chee-se. Nutmeg. Sugar, Soda, Butter lios'ton and Water Crackers. Lemon Svrup Cloves, Pork, Hams. Dried liecf, Butter Lnrd, Herring, Mackeral, Coilli-li, Starch Powder, Shot, Lead. Percussion Caps Prunes, Pipes. Wa-h Boards, Citron, Itair.in Currants, Dried Apple-, Dried Peaches. Al niomlH. Pea Nuts, English Walnuts. FilbcrL Twine, Matches. Tammiuds Tub-: Buckets, Candy. Lemon Drops Corennders Sugar, Sugar Mint Gun Drops, Jujube Paste, Loxe-nccs, Mottoes llgs. Lcmmons. lied Clothes Pius Yinnrgnr, Window DRYCOODS. BOOTS Sf SHOES, MADE VLOTlllN'tl, Brown and Ble-aclie-dSheetings anil Sliirl ings, Blue- Drills nm; Dcinini. Cotton aud Woolen Flannels. Cot- Ion Batting, Wadding and Wickinjr, Calico Ginghams, Delaues. Black anil Fancy Silks, Vesting, Handkerchief's. Cra- vats, Sewing Silk. Ribbons. Brown Linen Irish Linen. Diaper, Toweling. Cotton ami Linen Thread. Tnpj. Gloves, llo-e. liuttou- Xe-cdles. Whalebones. Uuibcrellas. Parasols Suspenders. Sntinets. Cnssimeres, Broad- clothes, Ftilledclotlis, Sheep's Grey cloth, Tweeds. Kentucky Jeans. Ac., Fancy Articles, V'ankee Xolions. Toys, fiOOKS STATIONERY. Miscellaneous. School and Blank Hooks. Memorandums. Quills. Steel Pens, Letter. Cap and Note Paper, a great variety, plain Fancy Envelopes, Ac., WALL PAPER AND JSORDERTNCr Comprising a largo assortment, embra- cing a great variety of patterns and prices. INDIA JtUKBER AND GUTA PERCIIA WATER-PROOF GOODS. Consisting of Boots, Shoes, Coats, Leg- gins, Hats, Caps Toys, Ac-, GLASS AND Q VEEN'S WARE. LOOKING dLASSES, SfC.. full assortment of all articles in llii- inc. TOBACCO AND S KG ARK. Our assortment of choice smoking and hewing Tobacco, and of Imported as well American Segars, Ijoth us to variety and uulily. cannot well be beat In this part of world. fTQN'E AND EARTHEN WARE. Jup, pljijros. Crocks, Jars, Milk Pans Nails. Shovels, npadcs. Screws, Collins Axes. and Forks, poems, Fockvt ami Pen Knires. I.atchei. Door Fantenings. Vc.. Ac. Ac.. Thankfiil'for the literal patronage which as already Iwcn bestowed npon us. it will vcr bo our aim to Mcnrc the confidence ml ft thure of the business of the continu- ity in jvhose uiidst we have oust our lot. )f two things our citizens, may always be ssurcd. J'irtl. that our goods' will W if- eprescnled. nnd Stconii, that we will sell at as low prices as any other house in this sec- "on of the country. SAM'L' D. HASTTJIGP A CO. the Constitution ol the Slate are to tie sub- mitted to the people at such election, to wit: Amend Section 4 of Article 4. so as to read as follows: The members of bly shall be biennially, by sinsle districts, on Ihe Tuesday next Micceoding the first Monday of November, by the qual- ified electors of the several districts such districts to be bounded by county, prccincls town or ward lines, to consist of contigu- ous territory and to be in as compact n form practicable. Amend clause of Section o of Article, sous to read as Senate districts shall be numbered in regu- lar wries. The senators cho-eiiliy the pfe-- ent odd numbered districts, in" the jvar IS.Vt. shall hold their ollici-s until hist day of December. IMii. The senators scu by the pioeut evuii ninnbori.d dislilct.-. in the year ISj'i, i-hall liold their oilices un- til the last day of December. Thoiv- alter senators shall be chosen for the term of four years, but the Legislature at any new nppoinltuent. shall so the sen- ators to be elected from any additional sen- ate district, which may be formed, that the term of oflice of all senators elected from odd numbered districts shall expire at the same (imp. Amend Section eleven as to read as fol- low.-: The Legislature shall incut at the seat of Government once in two years, and not ofleiicr, unless convened by the Gover- nor." JCach elector may vote for or against tlic lirst of the above named amendments bv depositing a ballot containing the following words: "For amendment to section four." or "against amendment to section and for or against the second of the alwve amendmcnts liy depositing ahallot contain- ing the words. tor amendment to section or -against amendment to section live and for or against the third of the above amendments by depositing a ballot containing the words'-for amendment to section eleven.-" The votes given by any elector for or against nny or all of" said amendments shall be on one ballot, and to be deposited in a separate prepared for [he purpose. The qualiiication of the elec- tors to be the same, and the votes canvass- ed and returned in the same manner as in election for State Officers. ALEXANDER T. GRAY, of State. Invaltds- of La CrmM and Vlciaitr, YOUR Attention urgently invited'to a careful and candid perusal of some- thing that has just been introduced into your State. PTJLVERMACHER'8 HYDRO-ELECTRIC VOLTAIC CHAIN81 A XEW and NOVEL mode of applying a powerful remedial agent, so constructed an to be worn under the garments, next lo the skin, producing a constant, UNINTER- RUPTED current uf ELECTROMAGNET- IS.X, effecting IMMEDIATE RELIEF. from the most acute pain, and also per- manent cure of all NERVOUS DISEASES. It seldom has failed to furnish almost in- stant relief, and a FINAL PERMANENT CURE, by being used according to direct ions to the following diseases: Rheumatism. Uterine pains, Palpitation of the Heart, Paralysis, Period- ical Headache, Painful and Swelled Joints, St. Vitus' Dance, Neuralgia of the Face, General Debililv, Diseases of the Spine, Pains, of the Chest. Deafne.-saad Blindness, Hysterics and Dyspepsia, and ALL DISEASES that are caused by a deficient amount of NERVOUS FLUID, are greatly relieved, if not permanently cured by simply wearing the chains for a lew hours each day. HE IT UNDERSTOOD.' Thai it is not claimed that it cures all dis- eases, but only tiio-e for which it is recom- mended and moreover, we boldly claim ami DEFY that no medical agent" of any kind performed SO MANY CUKES du- ring the last year, of those diseases last named, as UL VXR.VA CIIERS ELECTRKCIIAINS. And to prove this assertion, we- defy any person to produce so many well authentica- ted certificates of Scientific Physicians and intelligent patients as may found in a pamphlet of 'M pages, to be- had (gratis) of tin- agent in this town. The Electric Chains were flrst introduced in trance in 18.50. and after being subject- ed to the most THOROUGH AND RIGID TRIAL, by the first medical men in Paris, thcv were found to possess strange and marvel- ous power in relieving pain, wherever ap- plied, and by their influence were introdu- ced into the hospitals of that city, and also secured by letters, patent from the French Government. They are now introduced into almost ev- ery Ho-pital iu England, Germany, Austria, Belgium, and patented in those countries where they have become the MOST POPULAR CURATIVE AGENT IX THE WORLD t They were first introduced into the Uni- ted States about one year since, and went through the same trial as in Europe-, and were at once introduced into e-verv Hospi- in Xew York-, where thev arc now'in daily use, effecting even MORE WOXDERFUL CURES than hud ever before been awarded them. They nre highly recommended hv Profs. ulentine Molt, Van liitren, Post and oth- ers, who have published Iheir views of their power and value in several of Ihc medical journals in that city, and arc also in the daily practice of recommending their use to patients. A full ticcotmt of their opin- ion may also be found in every pamphlet, and scut lo the address of anv pcr.-on in the State by applying paid) to HAST- INGS it HOARK, who are- agents for La The. chains can be sent by mail with full do5criptious for use. I'ri.ce of chains, and Physicians are politely invited tocall and examine their construction, and pronounce upon their im-riK ONE WORD MORE TO INVALIDS. No person need fear that they will not accomplish .ju-t what it is claimed they can do, aud all pertous who have- become dis- gusted with a constant pouring down of patent iiostrooK. (bottled swill) arc kindly II MM D body pitied Now I will OaeHMtrtd Tears t I months since, I nev- er expected to write, such a letter as this, to say that I am clear of the Rheuma- tism. I know not what to sav or how to account for it after wnV-rlnjf'for tbe last seveu year tbe most excruciating man enn endure. At every coming storm my whole body, and joints were in the greatest torment man can bear, ami some how or other it alwnys appeared to me as if no- Itied a man with the also state, while on this subject tbot the Rheumatism was a pitiful inheri- tance of my ancestors. I remember thirty years hence when my father lay crip- pled on hilt bed wilh of bearing him tell that his father lutd grand- father some one hundred years ago, were melancholy afflicted in like manner. Hut now 1 cau'ttll you I-ask no pity from auv. nuui on that score, u I can do u good a dap work as I I used only three small bottles of your wonderful Mustang Liniment, amt now" feel like myself again. T to yon your invaluable Liniment. MOSES LUCAS. Shoal Creek. Mo. To Dr. liragg Co.. St Louis, Mo. following is but a small synop- sis of what the Mustang Liniment will'cure. One- bottle. .10 cent size, is to cure the Scald Head. One to two 50 ct. bottles will cure Die-salt rheum. One small bottle is a certain cure for sore Nipples. One to three- bottles is warranted tociire the worse case of Rheumatism in any form and one 50 ct. bottle will cure any case of late standing. One to two small bottles will cure the Neuralgia. One- 50 ct. bottle will cure the severest horn or scald. One dollar liottle will cure the Spinal Disease. V One small bottle will cure die piles in any stage of the disease. One to two 30 ct. will cure the Scrofula in any case. One small boltlc will cure Chapped JL would call theMtwiiw tt Hands. Two to four bottles. SO ct. sfeo. used in connection with the receipt for "Old Sores" ding out of the city_, to the Moderate for a yearly tulnKraplioa vf the U- Ing to mutl nibcerilKis only nrrr I'KK TEAR: miking It BWittekiiouaMr tht cheapest Family Not-paper priatal in the United The columns of win the usual variety of Original. Spicy written not only lo pleaw iMiufai- Uruct. and will be replete with a iraopM of all the Local and General NVwii At dav. In regnrtl to the guide will MID. infin inilopcnilcnl ud. tram timt lo time, will such tnt conduce to the greatest number. Postmasters and others are n-npeetfallr to act u Agents tor ftfii, to whom we will forward spcciuen free, when desired to do so. an- inducement for jx-r. sons to interest themselves to obtain wb- seribers for Ihe Mercantile'" vc the following aud upon OK re- ceipt of ih-> tmmo and pay in advance. %e forward I IK-ID, l-v or if ordered, lo the address of to them. For three hundred subslriltcrs. cash tZj tt For t wo h undred and Hft v sulxvribvnK wewill Kiae GoU Watch, (warnmu-d lime.) -MM For two hundred, one elegant Guld f.ockel. (4 glax-os.) worth For one hundred and fitly, one rW- IS 11 Bracelet, worth >r one hundred, GoU Vett Chain, worlh g ;.ij For >eveiitv-livo sub-cribers. one Gold Pen "and Gold Holder, hand- somely engravi-d. worth Forllfty, one engraved W For t For forty, one 544 For Itficen. one Medium l For twelve. OIK- l.adv'ji I ;j This Gold Pen and Gold Holder. Ijily's sire, ami is a beautiful article. All Ihe aVtve shall lie procured Vom I he Xew York Cold Pen and accompanying each botl'li-, is warranted to Case Maiiufai-turiiigCompauy. cure the severest cases of Old Sores, com-1 edged be-l Gold Pen Pencil nionly called Fever Sores, mi tlie legs or ufae-tim-rs on Continent, shins, that have resisted all other treatments. One dcdlar bottle will cure the King Bsne. Splint or Seralchi-s in One dollar bottle will ell'.-cl a pei-ni.iucnl cure of the Spavin, Sweeny or Poll Kvil. One oU ct. to a dollar Willie will cure all of Galls, Chafe.-, l-'re.-h Cut.- aud Ihe t'nii.n. aiwl a civry and i ul' suti? this way. Such a.- would intervsl fur Ihe can lie well rvwankd. oar list of will show. i Family .-luHihl at ava-t A bcncticial effeet is always experienceil Ihem-elvc.- of I lie the price beiiif from tlie lirM aptllication, an'd pormanca cure is warraule-d wbvii us-ed acconliny to iliroctions. and politely invited lo give them a trial. N. B. One chain will last for years and lose none of its electric power by use, and can be applied to eilher adult or child. SAMUEL D. HASTINGS co., Ajjonls for La Crosse. JOSEPH STEIXERT General A-'cnt. flfiS Broadway, N. V. Oreat Central Route. JIICHIGAX CKXTRAL KA1LROAD. GREAT WJiSTKHN' ROADOPEX Formimg icilli oilier lints, tht Shortut, Quielcal nnd Route bcttmn CHICAGO, HOSTOX A NEW YORK. OX and after Monday, January, pas- se-ngcr Ir.iins will run daily, (except on Satiinlay evoniiijr and Sunday from Chicago as follows Leave- Chicago at 6 1-2 A. M. nnd 8P. M. Tho S P. At. Train connuct.'-no.xt morning at Ui-trnit with Train for Hie Kiift. over the- Croat Wesli-rn Kailro.ul. Moniinj. Train fmin Chicago connects at .Michigan City with Trains on tin; Xew Al- bany and Sal- ru Knilroatl for La l-'iiyuite aial Cincinnati. Through for Cincinnati. Xcw STAXDISO: A ladv ni-nr Linn. Ol- Co., Mo., had the Suit Ithc-mii in IKT head during the last ti-n years, the most acute pain anil lornu-nl. Six ago it a-fivin.il ft vi-ry character. spraxling all over her huad and face in Ihe most frightful manner, rn much s-o that lu-r life wns despain-d of. She- tried every rem- edy IUT doctor coulil prescrilw. but all lo no effect. One of he-r neighljors rcconmH-n- dcd the Mustang Liniment resort. Accordingly n Iwttle procured and na directed; tho result was HI) imiuediulo relief, and an entire- cure in four weete> af- ter couinienciiig (he use of tin- Liniment Here are her own word-, lo us a few ice "I never expected lo jo many ant and happy days as 1 have since I used your re-nowiu-d Mustang Liniment. If ih affairs of iin anTiclcd woman can tenndii you, then 1 fix-cly IH-.-IUW niin .-Irtvc lo in Ilio uf IV Guide something to not only Lut ia- struct our fcntuK- palroniv iiiir lion prlco Ijeing low liicr.; wtM no eulty in tln-ir onouxh li> oliiain any of the rirh atjove dt-scrilwtl. ami what buly th- wounds were dressed wilh the Mu-laug and s.-ndiag us ili.< Hill Ix- fe Rock Island Railroad. This company's Ixials being S. Mail stcame-rs. thi-ir punctuality can be confident- ly relied on. I'reight shipped at St. Louis or between St. Louis or (I.ilena, will lie re-shipped at Galena free of charge for drayagc or for- warding, and without delay. The Railroad between Galena and Chica- go, connecting with the various eastern is now completed within a few miles of Galena, and the unfinished portions of tlic road .stocked with comfortable stage Coaches. II.CAMPHKLL CO., March. ISia. Agents, Galena. bottle. The lily cent and one dollar boule- conluin fifty and one hundred jier ceiil. more liniment in proporlion to their cn-t. so that money is by buving the lar- gest sine. A. G. UKAGG. .t CO.. Sole Corner of Third and Market Ms. Si Louis. Mo., aud :tOJ liroadway, Xew York. For sale in La Crosse bv S. D. CO.. flg-ntx. 1-lv New Bakery. rpHE undersigned, having recently cstab- A. lishcd a Bakery on the premises known as the River House, (twodoors north of the Xi-w Kngland is prepared to furni.-h everything in his line in good style at short notice-, and on reasonable- tcnns. Cakes of cverj- dcfcription, plain and fancy, suitable for wedding parties, Bread and pies of all dcscriptiouit always on hand. Having served an apprenticeship in Cin- cinnati, "and followed ihc business for near thirty years. I feel justified in saying that my work will that of any'liakcr in the West: but I do not wish people to lake my woi-il for it. but to call and examine for themselves. 1 would thank the ladies to call and examine whether they purchase or not. OHIO SIHPKIXS. La Crosse. Dec. Zf. IKilt. 1 WHOLKSALK AGKNCV VOK The Sale of ralciit .llriticiitcs. T till-', subscribers would give notice- lo Ihe dealers in varioii1- towns up ami down Ihe rivi-raail in Ihe Mil-rounding eoiin- try. that they have etl'eeteil air.inxenieiils with ihc maniiruuliiri-rs of the of Ihe Patent Medicines, by which iln-y i-ua- bled to supply Coiiuli-y Merchants in th-; Xorth al priee-. They have constantly in store a full stipplv of LOL'DKX .t'Cos.. CelebraUiI remedies. Dr. STORM'S Suulch Cough Candy. 1'r. FITCH'S Abilumiaal Supporters. Shoulder Drsices. Inhaling Tubes, und all of his celebrated medicnl prepanitions. Dr. CHUISTIK'S Gulviuiic lielts. lirace lets. Necklaces and Magnetic Fluid. RADWAR'S KKAKV'RKI.IKF. Ac.. AVERS Cumtiiv I'LCTOUAI., PBIWS. PKRRY DAVIS' PAIN KIM.K.R. MKX1CAX Me-.sTAM; LI.VIMK.NT. Dr. JAYXKS K.vpectoratil. Alti-rative, Vermifuge, Carminative HiiNam. Hair Ton- ic, Hair Dye, Sanative und Agui- PilN. Dr. WIS'T A US DAI-SAM ol Wild Cherrv. Dr. GUYSOTTS Yellow and par ilia. Dr. MOFFATS Phcoulx Hitler.-and Life Pills, GRAFKNBKRG Companies Celebraleil Rcmedie-s. JliW DAVID'S Hebrew Pla-tc-r. DAVID'S Honey Coaled Pills. PERSIAN Pills, together wilh a full a- sortmeut of all article-sin Iheir line of bu-- New Hydropathic Family Phyv-'cian. VMICDICAI. Advi-or U.-.uly IV-vri- ln-r. wilh ivferenc'' the Xaiarv.i.'su- Preveulion and Tii'itlnn-iil wf Accidotits and CaMiatiiii-s of vvi-ry wilh a glossary. of :n.d In- III- whole illn-lrtled with ne.irly liuiidrcd Kiigr.iviitff- and r'routu pieces. Shew, M. D. One volume ol Sill Mib-tnnlial'.y in l.il.rarv MvK-. l-v I'nnl rft Wi-lK Wis Itroailway. New Vork. 'Iki- great work eoiiluins I. ami nic Di.-scrlalloits. ujih IIUIIK-PH 1 S, D. HASTINGS A CO., La Crosnc Drug Store, Fronts'., Fraud. A LL who want AXKH of the real COM.IX.-I jTx.t Co. makcshoiild In; particular lo notice- the as there arc various counterfeits and imitations stamped Collins and labelled much like ours, which are fraudulently sold in some parts of the United States iis our manufacture. They are made in different parts of the country by various and are generally of very Inferior quality. The genuine Collins axes which have acquir- ed such an extensive reputation, an; inva- riably stamped "COI.UXS CO.. HART- FORD." and each axe has a printed laV-l with my signature. It in now more limn ttctnty-jite yeart since we commenced the bu- siness with the stump of "Collin" A. Co.. Hartford." and I do not know of any other uxe-maker by the name of Collins in 17- nitcd Slates. SAM. W. COLLINS. 1 A AATl Bush Barley, for which I will pav the higlie-.'t market price in Sept. 1.1. N. HI NTl: F.X. cash. SUGAR by the barrel or hogshead, as low as at Galena or at LKDYARD. FARXAM BUSH. Dried Apples, a superior ar- article, just received and for sale low FARXAM co. II. of ly and Maaugi-meiii in the >.ck nnini. III. A Description the lo which Ihe human is subject. nt prcveiiiioii anil cure. Durr, wilh I'-jH-cial r.-fereiiei; lo ttie treat- ment of chronic VIII. TIIK Ditru PKACrirt: with HypalhicatHl Tn-almmL IX. Hvimoi-ATiiii; Locatimi, l-'ormaliou and righi managi.-in'-nt. Tin: aud .-iibj> el. Eivry nlar work on the sh'Hild have one. Price, delivered five, or pr-.- by Mail, only c2 Ih: amuii.il d in a l.-lti-r. and FOWLERS .V H'ELI-S. .'illfj liroadway. New York. Axenl.- wauled iu every County i-i all the Slates. 1 Family Fever and Ajnie. THE (Jnireoily of Free Medicine an< Popular knowledge. cliarUfcd by the State of Pennsylvania. April XMh. mainly to arrest the evib. of spuriou- inimn; al-o lo the public with relia- ble remedies, when; the vlvi- sers cannot or will uot IK employed, hat lat the invaluable renicJy. LINII'.S TONIC MixTfiiE. the llr-t aiid only known for twenty years, a h< Pbarmacutical Homo Disuensart- and Office. Phihd.-lphia. 5-ly DOOR TRIMMINGS of found al .11 kinds to b LEDYARD. FARXAM A Co. JCST received and for salo. M Piece' nuito nctls. grccn.'Itbi'iind I LKVY,
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