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   La Crosse Independent Republican (Newspaper) - October 29, 1856, La Crosse, Wisconsin                               tf te VOLUME III. OCTOBER 29V1856. NUMHHL 1. BUSINESS CARDS. It. C. Fuller, and retail iVtiler in anil Halx. Cap, Pun, HMUTT. Aoiuid fiflU, Uteri? llafl torovr of Onk and Water .to. %Wta, Moapw to., Wlfc, aiawllon at Law, nod 80- la Cfcanctry. al Mantor- eoMljr, and Hloh Ifotwl, Xowrr county, Mtanaota Territory, We are In the nfrlcultural Tc- gloo and arc prepared lo tlw CtwUetd, Wlnona, ua BH Wing Land Dl.trlcln. Laad fur and land MfMRd mi itiar fur actual M'ttlcrx. A. I.A Ut'K. THIM. II. HlllUfK W. I'M ITT. Jun.- prl- i i IV mvl'-r-Umtmy wv uixjKiy Jt r.r TJl. T. till i Allurm-y unit Coiinnillor nt l.uw. OIHco i on Front over S. .Murtlndalu 4 1 Co.V Croin; WliMjoimin. Will irinctlcv In tlio of Wimjonalu, Mill- Ac. Furllcutur attention gheu A. Wm. A. KuMwl.X-w York, II..H. C. I. N. V.. Cliicf -Jl" Syr N. Y.. S. Murtin- ,uu. A K, i M. U., i uliic IMiyilcIun. in Levy's Dullil'ir.-. Augii'ln '-El JolinMM, A. l.nu, anil Gen- tr.il I.'.in.l Axmu.ttluck i-nii county, !t-l I W, t. C. It. Dr. J. f "wu ...I -nlv. t" nml Htirjjeoii. I.n C'niMH.1. OlJId- till" Nell' t'.irll< ill iitti'itlloii will of Hii'l to trout- elill- .Ir-n. i.J Brother fc Co.. ..rt.r In- jCo.a Kri.nt For aiiiM'niiimloiiHi .Wi'rclmiitx.Hliolc-nlc unil II jUri in l'iiiicy_ nml Dry fWwili 4. I-. niul Itnfil" iiml mill tt'uri'. ll.it m rerfiinifry.Ciro- Mr- I'.. .M. rcliiil f i'.. M I i i I f ty. nil -i- I nub O.url I'., tl. t'tbr. I it.! K'iclot.r .i, A. i i Mr K A. I' -n I A. Co., niiiifjcluriri' iiml Mholvwile nml I" Kridv Mude OlolWiitf. ri-i., T.ilin.1-. IT A.-. .V I of liiiaMiliiK iy wn linii'l. Olio iloor J. tJroccry. A.G. HACM.V Kdwwrtf Hrm WHOLE8AIX GROCER, W'ulvr Slro.1. for of i MM UWUMF. Nt TIIK uii'l-r.lKii'd   ill j., i. Mm-1 ,.1 .1 I- l I l.a ttrtvrry, IKK" lo inform iiioiilt' tint ho iiiifn tun- or AM: mil ll k. "ii H> -t tu 1'iiC'1 'wrtey JOllNUfXD. IV i lt-tf ...l.A; vl I J i II. II- a' i1 "f in I rl-illj- I'u! li" .t .1! IS 'rn. I i II -l- .1 r.u itm.. M Tuttr N vvr.ti A. iit'X'i' iwvi.ju.to. llniriiviili nfiin irl-.l iiul il'.iiiiflle i.'is.ti-.'l'olmccti.Siiuil iji. .lint woilM Ufk tin- of i- iu mill L >t tli' m. all of which uill u.i'ri.int in V llm kt In the m u U.- li III" i ol I..i L'ru-v lliut m un1 nhiM-i'lii'iill. mill mi li itnl .mil nlll liirni-li to i-i. r-'Vi llro.nl. Ac.. Ac., mil! will ul -t ii.il Uv. gfi up "H' Muds Of liv f.-r tilling .ui'l other ,11-11.1 IvW. II. 1-lf BUSINESS CARDS.; Dentistry. fuw doom south of, UK Houne. 42 Attorney and Connielar at Luw and Notary Public B. f. BJSCBTOS, Jiutlcc or tho General Lund Gnlesvlllc, county, Will locate and cell tuxes. and of Deeds, Ac., and will attend promptly to all btulueai entrusted to thetr fare. J _ lion. Ocorgo Gale, Jiav. B. It. Woml, I.u CiObjC ilon. W. J.Gibson, ninck Ittrcr Falls lion. Jaince O'N'li-1, Cluik county: J. J. McKay C K. Rico, D. H. Wheeler, Wood, lielvhlute. 111. Sparta Wm. II. G. S. Mcrormtck, t. Sunnier, Trempstvlcaii County, Win., litis oil huiiil the Into pints nml n will pnv Taxes, locate Land WurriuilH, Ac., ic. BUTtere In lots of Govcinmcnt Land in the vicinity of Stunner. C.KcllosgjSycamote.IH W. Campbell, Galena, 111.: J. Allen llarbvr, I.nncusler, IVis.; J. G. Kimpp, Mndtam Wix.; Vi, T. Price, Bliick Pviier Full-, 2-i7-ly MISSISSIPPI HOUSE, K. 1. JOUySOlf, I'fopnetor, LA CKOS.SB. THIS h n on [lip (.ottn.ro! Thlid ftnt) Stale tlrcHt. riirnibhiil in n superior iniuiiiu. sla- lilu with o-ller. 12-tt Tke iA.n Att to grant certain to tTic La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad Company, ii and to. esecntei tho trnst created by on act of titled An act granting public landa, to tbe State of to aid in tlic coostrnctlbo of roilronfls in said approved Jane 8d, 1856. The people of the State of Wiscon- sin, Senate aad .Assem- bly, do enact as follows': S1.' and' Mllwaakce Raihoftd eompanj ik hereby ihJtbOTizcd'! to-sorreji locate, con- shall rest in ,tbe said; CroaBe.and Milwaukee Ituiirpad ia tbe maoaer. fol- lowing, th'at is to say, whenever twen-, ty continaous'miles of road shall'have b'ecn 'ccranteted.'so as to ad- miVef running regular trainsWpbn the sameiithe O.ovemor of this state shall certi'j to the secretary of the Interior sneli twenty continrfoos mile's of 'such' roads" are completed' as aforesaid, then to two hundred and .forty sections of wid' lands shall vest in the said La Ccoese and Mitwna- kce Railroad company I.-'KH VUJHVVTCWCU HWBHIlTVT1, 1 struct; huvo, use, maintain and operate rail- roads with one or more tracks or lines, trom the city of in tlio coun- ty of Dane, and from tlie village of Columbus, in the county of Columbia, on the direct and feasible, ro.ute, by the way of Portage City, to the St. Croix river or lake, between townships" twenty-five and thirty-one, find'from thence to the west end of Supe- rior, and to U.ayfioirt and ahull have, possess, exercicc, und oujoy the wine rights, privileges, functions, franchises, authority and Immunities with rcfei- ence to tiny routes, or 'uny railrond to be built thereon, as it now possesses oi1 enjoys, with reference to uny route it is now authorised to occupy, or any ruil- tond built or to be built thereon and there is heieby conferred upon the La ami Milwaukee1 Railroad com puny, all the power aiuloiillumty ton- tnincd in the chatter ot's.iid company, and in the acts amcnd.itoty thereof, tot road shall have'lwcn as to admit of running regular trains up- on the same, the Governor shail eertity ns before, ond thereupon" a furthc'r quantity of one huudrcd aud twenty sections'of said lands shall in said company, and so from time to time, nitil sauV roads nrc comrileted awl it shall be the duty of the .Governor to certify to the secretary of the Inte- rior, whenever any such twenty miles ure completed, so as to admit of 'wa- ning regnlar trains of cars over the suine niul the Governor of the State shall in his official capacity, and in be- li.ilf of the state, and under the great seal thereof, execute nnd dclivcs to the La Crosse and Milwaukee company, shall by virtue of the pro- visions of chapter, be entitled' to !_ any of suid lauds, a deed iu feesimple of nny, and all of the lands, to which said company ahall bo entitled pro- licltil, that said company shall not ft. o> of of of this act, 'and of apprcipriatin-1 sa.Kl.rottrd sllul! he mnlviiiL. Limit heremaftcr in of rOKiiliir ttanw over company shall be forever wrapt from all assessments or taxes' -whatever by the state, or by any county, town, city, village or other municipal authority in the state; (except special taxes for the improvement of streets and upon all stock 'In the said La Crowe and Mil wan Railroad company. whether betonjring to" said company or individuals, or ,any of itafranchiacs, or estate, real, personal or raised, hekt by Mid company, and necessary for the operating said railroad, and said lands granted by said, act of Congress, and hereby to the said La and Milwaukee Ritilrond shall b'e exempt from all taxation under or by virtne of the laws of this state, for of ten from the passage of this act, unless sooner sold or cons eyed by the sail! La Croue and Milwaukee Railroad company, and the state shall have a prior lien upon the road of said company, and all the appurtenances and stock tlwreof, for all dues which may accrue to the state from sukl cor- poration as herein prodded, which lien of the State shall take precedence of all demands, judgments, or decrees, a- gainst said corporation. Maclilneo Cliiirns. Till! anil on hand lor ink1. I'.ttiMit ini'.MimliliK., tlio bcbt miMililne ol'the Itiud now in ami upplyiui; the Limit, hereinafter in l llv will lil-o in.- prcntuvd in thusiiiinj? to tins act granted, or their to furnlvli DnvlVAdjii'-tiiUeChiirii nnd Butter Ajj construction of ruilroads-bv i tt'c u new uiticlu.aml wturnntud ti> 1m tn l n l.nilf s'la" never exceed six sections of the IH.-I In Fimnera nup- "US act autuo WCtl to OIUH. for of t plicil iiltli iliinc mocliiiius reiu.onabtv, aud The said roads shall be ftuntly 11 ill iK-al j cd illici j K j fiom M.vdison lo I'.ovtaue City, and t Within five years the title of such lauds shall btcotne vested in the said railroad company, the if any shall remain unsold, be of- fered for sale iu limited at f.iii- prices, preference bemjt gii-en to actual se'.tlew. g S. The suifl La Cross-e a-id Mil- waukee Kailioad company shall Imvc have not become- complete AlKproperty whhdi.'the Mid La Crosse and. MOwMkoe1 lUibMd compttny'is authomed tp appropriate, take, hold, OM 'or' making payment h te th aet provided, is hereby dichtnd to be taken for public aw, M aooo UM aaU company shall appropriato, taka, hold or oae'tM same. 13. "of the' TA Crosse ami Milwaokee Rsiilroid com- pany ia hereby incroastd ffitlliom' of ovfr and above Its, pnpwt capital, and within three montke after the passage of this act, 'said company a II 'open books for subscription to such increased capital stock, after giv- ing at least thirtv days notice thereof, in two newspapers, published in the city of Milwaukee, and otw pub- lished iu the city of Madison. Such books >hatl be opened in the city of Milwaukee and shall be kept open for not less than three days, and all per- sons shall be permitted to subscribe to mid stock on the payment to the treas- urer of company of per cent on amount subscribed, hi cash, bat so on from time to time, of land by said com or property in I b.xrjxcs or i: if. cn.vji units. Kcb, 20, ao-tr Saab, and Blinds. ti. CO. have mini" air.inst-tnents with a mnnufni.- tiiur in Clilcngo to keep on hniut a huge supply nt und IHiivh, Of tlio m to Iiiit-iher and uoikiiMii'lilp. ever ollereil in tlii" iiuiU'ct. tit llto in 11. u itni CTORE, (Opposite r.i'iy'- l.anillng "VfllW and >.plimlHl uvoitment of Val nnil Wiiitiriiowh have oecn 10 eeiteil ut the allow -tore, ttliich aic being ottiTi'i! eh' up loi v-li. Kveij -cripiion of Ihy Good-, ll.nd- Ha's .mil Cujw. linoNuml PtniCJ, pjupr-. Xotluiii, i iiuceiies anil I'lovi-'.oii" Ac. F. IJOOlllvU. I.a Oct. :i. Notice, CA respaett'nlly tu form liN Ii icniN nml th-U 1 j N now to In- loiuul nt ufllee nt all to .itleml tf> 11 nlunniy ami coililstlloi .it .viul Oi-iicnil I. nml Ho trill luty ami-nil ami Villnjjclnti'nmliltulliiig'1. "tnle 1 iiml Ijtiml Wnrr.mN. uollti1' iy I mil unit llniilly lomver lu-roafter liw.it. iiolitius lu incline thai u.iy.iuiil cn- iloavor to tin lionekt living intlus- tii anil per-ei er.mce in un c.ill- !ivl iloov Clown ic ll.Trdw'tiH'itoienetiily opposite Ln- laiul llon-e 1'ronVst., T.n CrosM1. June r.M. 1S.''3. 41-tf The locution and designation of the route and line of the said road-, ivm Columbiu to Portage Orty rinwl- m.uie by the said La Ciossu taneou.sly as nearly as practic.iblc and Milwankce Uailroad company, and and both ot them slmll be compleled UUo Mimc from timc lo by the last day of Decemhei, A f 1858 And lor the pui pose iiiu u. ramiiu. the Governor of the butc. se- land' mg and biilccuiig the lancU granted ot ,alulg for the act' the 1 ;ongress the city ol Madiaon ir-lunx-, of liereinbeforo mentioned, -nd i Cou_ by tlesign.itod as ttte point oftcom ir.encementof said road, and'tlie'tt hole oi theunlroad hereby authorized to bo constructed, j shall bo by and, Milwunkeo .'Rail- mads by snuh agents as may he appointed by the (Jovenior ofthf State. Sard selection, as it ell as the iiirvcy, location and completion of said ro.ids, and the compensation of suoh shallUcat the cost and charge company, without charge of Ol 8 any kind -upon the alate of Wisconsin treasury ct raihoads. loud tcti years from tlio tenth'day of A.' 3. Thn soicl iLn C'roNii: and Jld wotikec Railiond company..sliulldMiVci set uji the .defence of iismy iu, any i shall bo constructed the court whosover jt may purchu'e nnd plicalion ot liinda derived from lands e'lsiuos, tend- hotcin bo, and lein.tin er-, cai-, and all other tilings public li.jjhtt.ijsfov the use ot iv and useftil for the conslruction or I eminent' of the United SUtes, opemtion of at.iilroncl, ni'd ncll the jiVo u any toll or other cluugc upon tl.e same and it shall also have power ami transportation of property oi troops ot nulhor.ty to operate its snid roacU, ori the United StatCi, and'tJic United citliei of them, In connection with uny I States mail shall be transported over 10 one person ihnll lie allowed to sab- for more than two hundred and fifty shares of stock. In case the number of shares subscribed shall ex- cevtlthe amount of two millions of dol- lars, the name shall reduced to that ;unouiit by deducting snch soms as may be necessary pro rata from each of tlie several inscriptions, and the shares of stock so subscribed slmll full power nnd Authority to transport be subject to culls ibr l.tstatlinents bo.its, vesseN, l thert'cn in like manner, as the other craft, ou nny Utock of ituul railroad company It is hereby declared, that in the of the of this state, the objects of tlie corporation named in tliis act, cannot be attained under or by treuerjl laws. The La Crosse and Milwaukee Railroad company shall fence road company shall fence its road, in pur- ee U, as it slmll from time to time op- erate the same, ithin one year after it shall eoiamouse Ihe operating of any atul evciy such panel, until the whole of such railroad shall be in K good, plotter, mid substantial manner fenced throughout entire extent thereof, g 1 (i. This act in hereby declared to n public act, ami the same immedt- mcly after the passage thereof, shall be printed by tho state priutcr, and tli-as publislicd shall take effect und be in force. WILLIAM HULL, Speaker of .tltu Assembly. ARTHUR McARTHUR. Oov. and Prest. of the Senate. Approved Oct. 11, 1856. COLES UASHi'OHD. water which any of tlii'irrailiond may rnii to, or connect with, ,iml to rcct-iv) and ootlect rea- sonablt compuii-ia'ion for the same, aiul for that purpose may purchase or build and inch vessels, boats, barges, or otht-i1 water crnft, as it tea? The said LA Crossu and Mil- U-.ilroad shall be en- us prac'ticuble, bo to I pablc iti law of taking aud holding nny the Governor of the butc. The g 9 II. Trt..i-. A.'.nf "r. f U'. tl M Moirte Arrowwnlth. A Uofill In Groceries, Provisions, i J. M. ft .li I t t -f .1 niKKlHX tf i MHtt In. ii. rillj. t'ntit Jtt-eit. fsl CtOfif, WK Hitiilil .innxii'iL." lo tin.' Run- irully. tli.it .mil nlll cott- it..r HI A J to ktvp 111" timl Ix'Jt selected Kiirr 1 i.i 1m inti f.icilltio" f.T ['tin Ii which we ot- AT TIIK I1KICK STDKR. A! i-.tf i I..H. H Jb I r- at alxl j fr'i-rtranlinffiinil CeMmiuioi MtrfAiint, jb-n. for K'ltcr tli.m tiny II eniirvly h n my iilio fully mv tin1 of which mill Ira- I I I.TMHty. mt'dl'atrlv nnlilliil. ftnil ni.ulc uu-i i sixxb. other In the W. .1. UtV'- i.ttH'k. nnnil rroiUiwi-. Irun. CriK-ViT> mill and for ni wniileKik' N.t. 19. l-'r-'nt St. City BUliiud rnilK f rvjwreu tn L utl tmtrf. nny kind of I f.-ct. mnd Tripo, of lie tli'-'n t n II. nr. 1UU it. on i- Nu. >r..it infoji Our the EAGLE FOUNDRY Bemfcw 4 Co., T.. ii. chincrv, Mill Urncral Land Agency THOMAS J3. UASU 'AippiWit l-'ali-i, 1 AVING the I'ittc l.ninl-. on theClilppeun iwt Hl.vck and tliesr "cvi'inl ti'ii! twins n pinciieaj opcrnloi in the iniibor lin-iin uoiv oft'ei s Ills soi'nces to ill vcquh etbem.in select- up imtl eiilcrlne Government r.and uill iK-.ite l.aml Wiirrant'. -ell lin- oveil paw taxes, nud %n c speeiftl 'Mition lo Hie e.u-o of Timber Ijiinil. TII03. E. RANDALL. June 19, 1S55. Jl. S. Gilwon, llttd- on Hon. Gilwn Black torntin It. H. Galciiii; C. Cumplicll. Iv-tl- I.n and all olhcr r.xihoails which may cross conic uj) to, or connect tlio -.ml or either of thciri, upon teims at. "hull bo mutually oi> by .mil between the said companies; piovidcd, however, tlwt tiie_snul La Crcssa and Itilvvaukeo Kailrond corn- puny, in milking any ouch contract as last, itl'oresttid, shall give no preferc'icu to one eomjiany over any other such company or companies, last above- mentioned, but all such co'npauSe shall be put upon the s.ime equal Uu pay, m'plnccof taxes'upon the ro.ul M Insurance FOXDDULAC.WIS. C A P t T A IT S50O.OOO. Comb Paid E-pecinl en to Insuintfcc of Vmvm nmd Oat- IX f iich ox- ccnitcnU on avor.ilili; 3 01 In- biiiliKfijM or con- lout'. Jiul property geuurally. oquitahly unit proinptlv PAID IX L-omp.iiiy ti Joint Stock Ax-ocin- lioii, orpiuircd ntidcr n 'pccial chariot. nl tlic I.egi'laturo of i.ilh an tuixliorizetl One hundred tlionnvarl of which in, aad Keuivly iuv iu aitd The company bfinjj tiins curcly orpmfieil upon 
                            

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