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   Daily Milwaukee News (Newspaper) - June 8, 1858, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                                A ox KiBOK pubUshea every ewiapl crery TKRM9 OF DAttY f Dafly Paper Tor one able f 7 00 OP TJUiraEKtir TriWfeMy Paper for one nay able in 80 TKKM8 OS THB WEEKLY J lAdVnlOUC Weekly Paper in advance 1 00 PALMKK rVttoraeyg Counsellors at Mitchells New Bank cor ner or Michigan iiast immediately on his landing at 1 uu U1B IBUUIUK he telegraphed the news and t hereby an taipated his arrival here eight Let see howthe matter last IhentJo news from Dramming wasibrought by of met him on the 10th of gome thirty miles from Great TSalt frOSTaa GROSS ATTORNEYS OOOXSEJULORS AT Albany Pierce 6 il f E r3 CO IT KU E L O E ALBAKr faprSJ ttorney Counsellor at Ouice in Birchards corner of Spring and Wot Water nn7 SIMON AT LAW AND NOTARY Empire East Water Mil jei x J8K11T CHANDLER Atbo raeys Cancellers at Law OOMMISSIONEKS Kor every State In the corner Wisconsin and East Water jan IHUHTnN OOK55ON VANI3OH AuoruerK uud Counsellors at Bast Water Mi HOOKEH Counsellors at Albany Mieiii Opposite the Nerhall liotuc Hootta wKtt VTEZ8 PARK VAN Attorneys and Counsellors at STKVKKS Will practice to the various Courts of tbe Seventh Judi cial Circuit or and will faithfully attend to iJI btutinesa Intrusted to remittances promptly Warrants located In selected lands for tbose at a BSTKBKSOE8 Hosrssu t Stevens t MATTOOES A je2S OrBAK Attorneys at Lair and Solicitors in No I Wisconsin jan STABIWeATOCX 8TAKI WKATaT IV EW LAW Flit Georpc Starkweather late has this day entered into partnership with his son John They will practit j the Die trict Ooan of lie auU in the neveral Court o this is Commlsaiouer of Deeds far all thr 13T In State Bank East Water JylS CiUSTAV VON DEUXSOH ATTOKKET AND COON8ELLOB AT Kmplre 221 East Water my3t where great preparations had been made lo receive He was under an escort of M the head of wiich was the other The next news from that quarter comes totu by way of San and wholly from Mormon As well as wo make it these ac counts from Great Salt Lake City are to tbe 24th of Nothing is said of the expected advent of Comming in the Mormon bat is repre sented that Brighntn Young bad leaned a proclama tion commanding his follower not nor even oppose the urmy of and as tbe army to retire from tbe northern to the southern Tho begin hod already begun and nil thoagbtsof war or fighting had been aban Now comes the latest across the for which we are indebted to Captain Writing from Jnne he says Stephen States Mail arrived here this murning in four days from Fort having left Camp Soott on the 6tb of and of bringing news about four weeks later than any we have His dispatches say that Governor with bis had attempted to enter Great Salt Lake but were driven back to Johnstons camp by tbe The Mormons are in and determined to reain the United State troops to the Weaver adds to hie note woo is still is of opinion that tho war has just the Mormons will endeavor to maintain their ground to the that the late report of the peaceable reception of Cutu rning was all intended as a ntie to gain as mnci timeaa The reporter tbe associatrd at Leaven worth ires some additional Th news from Camp Scott is lith of O that day Mormons came ino wit dispatches Irom Cumminc al Great Salt Lak for Secretary was known a the Ht this dale of in Sal Lake The troops ixprrind to oiuvo to the Valley by the Imur end 4 Thes items brought by tbe to Kurt Leaven tbe expressman who it says ho lef Fort m the 18th That at For Kearmv tbe nflWr him U infurin Monroe tlnu be to th effect that had bten rxpelled from Suit Like and that the Unrmuns bad deter mined ui offer a to the a the ttoic requtwuiu Munrue to push on as speedily a Thm inullience was re coivcd at Fort Kearney through the and i vuf rouiinunicaiLd ihe fiprtsruuin hai inp tiuie to write hogovernmen stores from Fort wan met seventyfive mile beyond Furt They must have suffered great us they bad then been a conrridera ble time on the It is raid that they bad me with snow two or three feet deep that they hiu lost many and that the streams were vcn It was reported tbat tbe troops at Cami Scott were living on mule 1owell and the Peace had paused Fort They were obliged to swim tbe finite at the lailcr Fort Their it is are to require an un conditional and to wake no other terms with the tho news of the expulsion of Cumming from the capital be there will be no occasion or their even in this War being levied by the or a portion of legally constituted Governor of the Territory having been driven from the seat ol alternative remains but to chas tise the rebels into and this will be no by the under before any tirept those from New can nach If it was generous in the Government to give them a chance of escaping from the penalties of by laying down their arms and becoming good citizens now that tiiey Fsiriners wiU Ondtbe End to the Business Directory to be found In this T K I OK A N D of BLANK BOOKMAN ifacturers and Dealers In Bookbinders Artist V Wall Paper and Fancy Kant Water are offering great Inducements to for cash or on the usual MOODS SOLO AT Ii lonnerij ohurge John ohnroh in this ii to and willitkke the or UN H Attorney Counsellor at Law And Solicitor In 2 WALKERS FIFTH mylS Attorney at East ffater street Arcade J Attorney and Councellor at 5 ALBANY 10Commtssiotierfor and United States and Circuit Court A TRACT takes pleasure in annonnelng to htB former and the public that be baa returned in modi Improved and solicits a renewal of At the came time tenders his tnanta or past TRACT and PERRINEfi after the first of will be found at Koongs New 1 and on the comer of Wbcoruta and Main Perrlnes residence IB o house north of April 4th 8rd apr2T AMERICAN Cat one dollar and nfty cents per December 185 janl5atf BTKARN8 AOnT BBAL BTATB AID TKAnB OCXCUL 211 BAST WATER WIBOONBIK From the New June A WATERLOO DEFEAT OF TBE OPPONENTS or THE NATIONAL ADMINIS TRATION DEMOCRATIC MAJORITY 551 Oar annual charter election came off on Mon day and resulted in a more complete democrat ic triumph than was ever before achieved in this city Gal pin has a majority of 551 over and the other candidates on the democratic ticket have an average majority of The democratic masses came up nobly to the and in the contested wards fought ever inch of In the 4lh ward the democratic young men worked like lions throughout tbe and when the votes were counted at and it was seen that iu that closely contested our majority was one hundred and hundred larger than either party had ever before received in that was good reason for the cheers that shook that end of the town The Old Flat iron Ward wag kept at a prop er heat during tbe and it passed over the opposition with scorching In the fifth and third wards split tickets caused some little derangement among our but it came ont as none bnt democrats were The opposition had made every effort to carry the Dropping their own distinc tive they attempted to rally the odds and ends in one grand army under the name of citizens but it was met and beaten it HOBATH WALL BTISCONSIW AID UTAIL DBALEBS n Paper Window Competentworkmen sent to all of tbe City an4 Country for Decorating and Paper Hanging in all Its all work tebiS Jonathan Opposite Amcricaii on hand a large assortment of Black Walnut and other Wood gethtr with HsksMetallc Burial The effloe of forest Home Cemetery Company is at my where IHave tbe plats of tbe I am always ready to accompany patrons to ibeOeme tery to lots or places for and can be found at my place of business day or Coffin Trim minga of all for aepM DELORME OUENTIN Xast Jfater NEXT DOOR TO BRADFORD mtAUDd rt fancy Willow Ware and Yankee Notion s Embroidery Goods and Zephyr mySO EAST WAT13H Has just received a large Invoice of AND BOYS HATS Or EVERT GRADE AND A flrstrate assortment of a great variety of INFANTS nesr styles which will beaold at greatly reduced at wholesaU my9tf i PFI8TEU tc r Manulaetarers and Dealers in Bast Wetar Mil Oaihpald for REMOV ELMORE have elected U disregard tbee the world will justify us in with the missinn to the This must be and it is fortunate that the Government not abandoned anyof its pYeparn lions for an effective camuaicn in b In four or five days the contents of Cam dispatches to Secretary Caas will he made and then we shall understand the exact position of affairs in JACOBI KAST WATER IN MURRAYS 2O HIABKET TAKE this means of Informing their friends and the public in tbat tfley have thli day open edaatore in the above named premises for tbe sale of FAMILY LIQUORS AND And will always keep on the very best articles in their line of They will be grateful for any patronage bestowed upon them and promise to give every Ibey keep constantly on Denuiohns and Clay June leCa3m EAST WATER 20 SIARKET Agent for the following well known firms of New Eoglna Cllquots Ctam Fretrch Charets and Rhine Spanish and Will JJnoBiss A of Tfew A of French TTlnes and of New Demijohns and Clay JAOOBI BoliclU the patronage of dealers and Jobbers In tbe above named DOUGLASS SHERWOODS Patent Extension P M All of onr subscribers who MI to receire their or do not reoeive them in or in a proper will favor by leaving in formation at oar counting as it is the only means by which we can ascertain whether or not our carrier boyg are faithfn and do their untying A YOTOO LAD little before nine oclock last Sunday a young lad named Adolphus 17 years while amusing him self in a small was and drowned in tbe Milwaukee a little south of Mason When he rose to the the canoe had floated beyond bis and although being an excellent and only thirty forty feet from shore yet either from IrighV ur he sank before any assistance could be Efforts were made during the forenoon to reeofer the bat there beluga strong current running at the it was to tell where it had been carried and not yet Ho was born in New York and came here rum where he bad been and where he has a widowed About two years entered the employ of Na than Wen Water where he worked at hiiir painting unj driving bin furniture wagon un il tbe fatal He is spoken of as being an ndustrious very worthy young It is truly melancholy and sad news to be borne place of thetter Francis de wnohas offlch tedin charge of that ottnrbh for the past seven We ailude to this ohange for the purpose of expression to the very general sentiment on all that Vi valdiij to leave Daring hij short min istry bere he by his talents and conduct in discharge of hb and by his gentleman ly bearing outside tbe to have won the love of bis people and tbe esteem of those who have made his We are told although tbe Bishop bas ten dered Vivaldi another mission if he desires it i Us intention to withdraw from active ministry and to remain a oitiienof Green acd considerable have recently been purchased on Prices generaliy remain sj lait noted Loaf Double at Double at Ortuhed Dn at Powdered Double Pow OF WHEAT AMP ship menu of wheat and Bour thus far bis foot ap as Flour being an excess of the shipments to date over hut jear as bushels Flour to an afflicted and perhaps fond and dealing who maj have cherished high hopes of a son In his future TAI taxes received by tbe City Treasurer last to be ides about more in bills already made md ready to be checked from several large taxpay making tbo total amount of taxes arranged du ring the week over This consider ing the tightness of the is considered very Tbe Treasurer cnmtnenecd the sale yesterday according to law after selling a lot or adjourned tbe sale over until and will continue the sale in like from day to day until Saturday and will receive taxes on all unpaid and unsold until tbat thereby ixtending all the indulgence to taxpayers in his After next the short time re allowed by law to complete the sale and make his will oblige him to proceed with tbe sale without All those who wish to avail themselves of the Treasurers and save should step up to tbe Captains of fice and settle without IHORBASKOF bill now before adds ten sloopsofwar to the and will require to complete Let tho bill pass and the ships be Tbe navy is quite too small for an adequate protection of our com To insure perpetual always bapre pared for is an old bat true A FBOSKCTIVB the threshold as we of in the anticipation of a successful business and past the financial pres sure and it is jjentanllo realixs iu a what we looked forward to a few months ago with an eye of better times It is en couraging to witness the snccesifnl operation of ma ny of our manufacturing and business creating es and that the sting of the late panic has been robbed of its Activity and life Theres scarce a cloud but hath a o u al a silver and in a few at we predict that the original vigor will be felt in business among in all of our industrial and that we shall behold fur Hudson the dawn of bright er days than are generally Towards this end let us In this connection we feel anihorUed to add tha all of the many improvements now in progress in pur are calculated give us a prosperous ex istence within and with many ad ditional ones be vigorously Every branch of industry will consequently Be therebyagricoJture will yield increased supplies as will be carrixd on more extensively as tho growth and prosperity of the country advancesthoroughfares in every direction opened to and the most saiislactory re sults crown onr well directed labors and toils attdton MONTGOMERY This company of cititcn soldiers are to have a social party at their corner of East Water and Huron this eve tbe proceeds to be applied to the completion f their which has already been purchased the exception of their caps and They havu tousic engaged and doubl M they onglM a Urge rwnemhlage of fair icomra and bran They have put the cards of admission at admitting a gonlleman nd who wish to paw a pleasant evening gocd can not do bettor than attend tbe irty of tbe Montgomery Jennings ae made it his especial aim If make this a pleas it and no one doubts his capacity to do We believe tbi company have their first dress pa rade on the 4th of when we may expect well drilled and well disciplined company of able bodied soldiers as our eity can MARINE Iort of little bruker business ycster intoxicated and fined Wand Couldnt raise the was provided with board and lodgings for ten Justina and a good deal ned and costs her Lewis fined and which he William somewhat intoxicated j said be was going to enlist for a soldier fined and rhieh be Mary Ann a Norwegian thought he had drank a little too much fined fl and and in sent up for three Estello for keeping a disorderly iscbarged for want of Abraham William and were brought upfor lacing obstructions on tbe Case ad onrned to 2 William brought up for indecent expo ure of his person case adjourned until oclock is The man arrestod on charged with reaking open money drawers of Sundry nd taking money and who gave his ame as George bad his examinaton al oelock He then gave his name as William and not in efault of bail for his appearance before he Circuit be wsa committed to SUPPOSED man named Jeremiah is supposed to have been drowned at Hum on Thursday evening in crossing the race on a His coat has been bnt the body has not yet been Maher was a man of about sixty years of and had been mployed in the Humboldt paper He had for lerly resided in New bnt has been n this State for the past five Nor CHAW NOB PwK5 lThe boarders at a fash nable bouse in Cincinnati were terribly frighten ed a few mornings since by the discovery of a ellowish liquid floating on the milk nted in their In their terror they sent for a chemist who ironoanced the substance to be Such an article is BO rarely seen at boarding partion arly in that bnt few boarders have any knowledge of or the Stmr Grand 10 pas rtlmr 30 10 bbls beer Stmr Two 3 tons tndi 10 Prop 12 bbls 10 rolls 8 Prop Evergreen Prop 1950 hbls Prop 473 bbU 43 bdls deer 111 rolls 11 casks 24 bales Schr bus wheat 160 bblj Schr Schr Oak A U It I V K Stmr Grand Ii Stmr 7 tuna unli V pas Stmr Two 5 IJM 3ii bbU Prop Prup Flee 184 1 Prop Prup Prairie 74 tons 29 5 15 bbis 13 bbls Prop Free Oreen 4 m ft lum m Prop Green 160 m ft lumber Prop Two 50 m ft Inmber Prop W iV corjs Prop 45 m brick The Commercial is responsible THALBIKOB and seats for Thalbergs may be tecared nntU the con cert takes at Hempsteds music It wilt w necessary to secure in as there will e a rush to cee the mnsicol Ifons whooomposo this SAMTOBOS OnaA fact of this lopnlar tronpefajiilg us visit the present week is in rlose who have witnessed heir performances in pronounce them t the head of the Ethiopian 10 notice of the Street Commissioners is calledtoaboleintheWalkxm south f Kirbys Livery It is time it was ait is an insufferable and bu been all this at lOV Spring OFFICE OF T1IK DAILV I Jont Owing to a succemloo of rain storms and Hoods up until of lut earning breaks In all of lemdlnj out of the bringing travel and produce by that mode and other conveyances nearlj lo a stand Business has been Effected much lighter than expected at this season of the fit railroad damages have all been and the roads aremost by lo good running the weath a has been clear for the past four days with a prospect or lu becoming which If we antlclptea larger anrl more active bnilness the coming week than we had the opening of Ttiere are various opinions In retard te the fnlness of comlnK All the Information we revive U rheat crop Is looking flnelj and to the effect that the unusoallj but fears are entertained by that the inowth is too a d prodore too much start to Insure a proper quantity aftd fulness of but It Is too soon to form anything like a correct Idea In tbe Although the eaon thus far has been unusually yet It has been too cold to give It an unhealthy and we still entertain the opinion the yield will be In the harvesting of wheat commenced nearly a fortnight and by this time In all probability Is all II stated that ihe amount raised will be sufficient to supply the The frealiets have done much damage to the Cotton and Corn be sides the grasshontrs have 10 much damage the lat ter as to cause replanting which DM been done In Georgia the wheat crop ha matured nd Ii believ ed to be very The accounts from West Tennessee of Ihe wheat crop Is exceedingly unfavorable frost and have Injured It to such an extent that hundreds of acres will be entirely and often of so little value that the farmers do not think It wcrth harvesting and arc tatting of turning In their stock to fead It Accounts of the wheat crop from some portions of Indiana are unfavorable and materially lessens the prospects of an abundant harvest from what It was few a weeks still we have not seen enough to Induce the belief that a fair crop throughout the State will not yet be Tbe wool season Is close at and for various It Is thought that prices will rule ranch lower than last Borne of the reasons assigned that many manufacturers ceased to manuiacture last owing to tbe stringency of the money and turne1 their attention to manfactnrlng cotton still continue In consequence of which a large surplus was left It Is said that there Is still a larger amount of wool In the Eastern market than at any corresponding datefar five years It Is believed that the ellp through theWestern States this year will be much larger than From these and the low prices of pro wool growers cannot expect other than low prices this The general opinion among eastern buy en Is that prices should range from 20 to 85c for com mon to full blood and extra Some few nice lots of the new clip have been taken at from 20 to SOc also some small lots of inferior at tram 18 to In the wholesale Dry Goods a fair but not a heavy basinets bar been The Leather businesi stlU remains without a prospect of any material while prices re main so In the Grocery Goodrich 4 Terry report Bn slness has been very dull for the put owing In to the continued which tendered many of the roads In the mUrlor almost ImpassaWer It cannot be that the existing low prices dered at Eeflned White at Beflned at Refined Tefiow 8K Golden TOc hi 80c In 10 gal Ihe lumber trade bnt three cargoes of Inmber offered for sale here during the anil these quick ly taken at the rate of for two and the all Green Bay the latter rather Inferior Michigan Lumber quoted at We are Indebted to Bagnall t for the fol lowing market prices of dtOerent varieties of fiO 9 m clear boards 9 m 3d boards aj m 8d boards V cull siding 9 m 24 siding 9 m common siding 112 m common flooring 13 f m clear flooring 128 9 m common boards 9 m Joist and siding 12 f m plain m warranted shingles f m lath f m sawed Shingles m 8d quality flooring f CATTU PBOVKIOS t Plankloton report cattle dull and Market has been well supplied for the past with all kinds of Good beef cattle In a retail for A fewvery choice cattle would bfmg Hogs slow of and dull at y hundred on Sheep of good quality would bring S hun dred on Hann sngar cured and canvassed d uncan lard f do in Onr produce market has been firm during the whole tending During the past three days extra dob wheat bas advanced aboat So and 5c daring the Owing to tbe light receipts from the stoppage of the for several days transac tions have been AH the grain that has been offered during the was quickly taken at good The foreign news during the week has Indicated in Improvement In the European and the New Tork and other eistern have also been on the Milwaukee Oloh wheat sold In the New Tork In the earlr part of the at while Chlcapi spring was bringing with an Increased prices advanced toward the of tie and on we learn by that tbe market was firmer st for Milwaukee trfAoor mar ket has also Improved darlnitthe our market good samples of wheat were at u advance of Sc on of last ThereIs an Increased demand for at better no to light and corn Is firm and Batter has little more the supply be and ahio been a trifle more Potatoes not quite and good more readily In other we note no quote tcdav demand at for eitre at M Wlnter Red 70 on the The market has been more lively during the put week than for some time Among the sales of the we bbls spring o 200 bbU do u on board 240 do city at f 100 do country 500 White Creek at MX on board print at 835 o and do of a better M alsn on Holders today are arm demand We have beard of no impor tant and the demand conslderahly during The lack of receipts no doubt the principal enure of bringing up wu a lively request for all that came on the at both to thlp and to supply home raniump Corn Firm and an Improved at for cood dry and in the verv dull U Sot nnr ri Ing at The beat bright will only the ontstde rerelpu being cut off the heary on the market beclns to work and vornt are selling more readily at These are the nuulde fljrures only paid for the ButterThe market is still oventocked and the very fresh roll dies bring over Plrkln nominal at Inferior qualities are quite unsale IIUU In during the There t gtod demand for al that for and fnr Pheep ready sale at for sheerllngs and for full wool Lambs pelta In good re quest at little yet been offered ID this mar nave scarely commenced shearing A few lots of wool of an Inferior quality have been at of full blood range from 17 to Water at per Land Plenty at SaltVery plenty at lat ter for 1 UH Oil ejtra No 1 Paraphene for by the hrlnitol op the prices of Good Timothy was readily at during the and wild hay Exrorra or the from Slsl to Jnne from the port of Milwaukee bus 29 tuns 70 bbls 1 84 hbls 8 bbls 13 10 27 do dS bbU 10 pikjhh 896 and been rather dull doing the week there being but little produce In store to and arri from the country Rates have not changed last The following are all that have been reported u chartered during the week wheat to Buffalo at 4c bark Water wheat to on account Schoo ners Fred Hill and Imperial take wheat to Buffalo at 4c wheat to Oswego at schooner wheat to the same on owners There wu a few other chartered the of which we did not There b not much likllhood at present of any alteration In EacMirs sv MiLwiDm 4 MISSISSIPPI Jong T 285 bbls bus wheat 122 do corn 60 do bar bbls egi fBy New fork Niw June So with fair demand for home consumption bbb at for superfine state for extra state for western for aimmon to medium extra Rye sales 150 bbls at firmer and qufet bash at 86 for fair Chicago spring for Mil waukee The first lot of the new crop of white southern wheat sold today at bush at and drooping sales bnsb at 05a73 forjnferlor to prime mixed western 77a78 for all kinds White southern sales at 43a45 for state 45a47 for auvaiM tales 400 bbU at 2U21X and unsettled sales 250 bbls at 17 3d for mess for prime mess for prime 2nd bat Mo sixes LaC grants Pacific mail Del 4 Hud Can Erie li NYC Chi 4 K I MAM Hudwo Reading B M 8 BUVFALO June sales at for supere fine western for extra do for superfine Ohio and Michigan extra do for double extra and firmer sates at 75 for Chicago and to arrive for Mil waukee firmer salon hush lower liilte at fiOa tales at afloat and 19 sales 200 bbls at Freights flour lOe N New ABPICIAL the Board of School Com will held it their Wednes day evenlQK at Jane je8 RBPORTED FOR THE DAILT NEWS me 111 fIT A Secretary A OKAY HOHSK RATHER with a Red marked was left on the42d day of in burn The owner Is requested to pay charges them R03EBECK WANi HIX BY two young men from the In either wholesale or In offices atteud to copying general Compensation only demanded fT their services maybe Address WaNT Office A i June THE CoPar npnhip hoemihe undersigned tho name sij e Bean thin ov mutu al EDWIN JOH O TOWMSEND WALKKK L WILLIAM E The undenlznrd will Banking Ezchnnge nud r the name of Bran I Burlock at the same East Water ureel WALKKH L BE Jgdiw WILLIAM E XKW 7 The Washington Union of yesterdny IJIVOH substance of several private Jeipnujhou frnm Xow Mayor Waterman has Samuel a wealthy commission acting as Mayor under the nuthority lance It WIU and Randell with otners to leave the nauan Jt It was a Jt pec ted live ur ci rafcala would be uppropriutiun of Capitol gave rise i Jurnii hich Tuylor ineffectunlly by a on part of the applied thj interior pmntini f y providing thai no lended lor struuturn or immonded by dmttnijuialied elected by Lho fho of ihe imnn The Senate wiffi Mr 1 bo in atlnn I n l und whiih burton NKW On Suturday rbe Mayor proceeded lu anil was ami W of Board of n Chlel V I ippolnte1 in The Icr Turner rested ijnrtiiMi hy liberated n Tirriiv It is rumored inac soiled he bailor mil if Streets pnoiinicy i iianj I safe outalde An mode upon V Vigilance bad men by acridunial i lir sw V CITY AUCIKJN Rrenrfe BV Uawictn t june T 461 123 do beans hides do sundries 510 do butter 914 do hoos ft bus BiSiurb Coujrcrros Orrics or l Bran A 80S Water Jane Since onr r port of June 1st we cannot notice any particular change In the nuney market certainly none for the Transactions have been very owing to the fact that money has been particularly both currency and The leading mer last felt very well satisfied with the trade they were now complain that It has fallen off and busmen Is very du L The rate of exchange the same as last with a supply the There 1s but very little Eastern currency here at present and the banks do not care to Borrow as they cannot use the money to Urgec amounts of money continue Inactive at the and in New York call loaus are being madeTat 8 per and good paper having 6 or S months to run Is readily negotiated at 5 to 6 per The market Is nearly hare of nncurrent The banks In Georgia resumed specie payment on theSOth of and notice the Bank of which there Is some circulation here Is quoted by Thompson good We are buying at J per discount AUjSnenrrent money bought at the lowest NewTort wert Baying X to elllng 1 per cent to selling per cent same u iut buying tlKAvr freight train on the Water A verygeneral retrenchment going own Railroad on morning consisted of our ultimately brine about a birtmM fall They wens moiUy laden with we notice wttUnn Jew days a alight movement in We notfce wltUn ft w days aallght moTement fa the New York Sugar under which an adrance n aUsjumcifj UUUBK WIUCIl Ml WlTMlCO s ttOBgh to what extent Is not yet sight direct on principal of Old half Old quarter Peruvian Spanish 106 freneh w TO Ouflders 10 1 Dry on mommi IO June ai 10 I w 11 sen u ny Aaciion a Drj lou 4S do Br 25 Jo Pnnu S tio 5 Uo Sutnmer i lalnei 20 doj i5 pieces Bniwu 0 Jn Bleached do 10 Denims In do ocolor lo 2o u Uanci together WHO other precueljr at 10 ery other be it Jej CAihB Ci7 CITY AUC1ION mwo who the r JL of them to ouier on An we have QelKhbor Do Bnw I but fret ever But in Healthy Cop coming tip already cried the other Farmer wtiy s I mediately after my What up crlel the frit tit I What I dont you fret Tha u n The C S b ibe U ALkFK P o i r r v L ira II4M i r o i u I K OF it thriub tKK DAY Trs but I al ays put nff u thn til paired Ule lhal s the very it no use to be freltmir l ill come all Uo not be iry t your be is i pirk il n in his bul go to work snci yoa are iniored of and e get you a city and get a not little cottage pui up All Ihrs can be If one u only driermmetl Jo The Ume we consume in idlenms and frettiun aud Hog tuatemooey enough to purchase a city and have a comfortaOK home for your Oome to City Land sell you a lot so in Judge thai poorest man woman can pay for t is the time to purchase property and for for your family you can iret them at pncr ihe City Auction I am now opening another of Dry Goods of some unfortun te merchant lhal fail tioods of every Any one who Is m wain of a they arr miueited Ui call at my and nne for Un If they can not pay that I mak them a pment of that sill I rt cept that this CALtB WALL L A D L K 5 NEW B001 SHOE STORE NEW STOKE Milwaukee O IN YOUNG CORNER A Kvry S H i I TROlPE THB OELKBRATltD ORIGINAL SANFORD WILL APPEAR wrru ENTIRE Friday Saturday JCXE llih i For particulars see small bills 1 VON Manufacturing I hll In Ihi Ufil Workttifn flave FEW 4 R OF THOSE CHOICF SPRING JUST RECK1VKJJ D TJ T T O e3 CONTKAC10KS are willing lo do or in can i change for Ulty Lou or Pure I work at CHARLES QUENTIN CO TO CAPITALISTS DESIROUS of nuking profitable Investment lu Beal we wouid we ered lo dispose of seTeral enure consisting rerj choice and Couuty Prope The owners of having made trelr at early are thereby enabled and willing to sell at greatly i educed prices for e sh or oa short i LOTS IN TUB thelore lots 10 and block TT feet wUch we now offer for sale atrerr reasonable and on easy The lets are fronting on rraiuUh and Racine with full rtew of the lake and and are among the most desirable Ideations for gentFemens residences Kast OHABLE3 QOKSTIN A QUsamN eorner of Cast Water and Mason have nr sale Heal In the Olty ot tn large or Building lou In every Ward of the of all sixes and for business or and on easy small of from 5 to 90 near the for gardening seTeral thousands of acres of tha best farming lands tn Wisconsin la quantities to suit any fetrSa CH4RLKS QOENTIN k CO premium A T T It A t T I V i i i c O S in i II i I H A 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such perfect saiisfaotlan In this city for Every Machine is thurougly tried before sending out and warranted la perfect Cltlaens and visitors to the are invited to call and examine and nee the Office at U Wisconsin ap IT flreea 31 Wisconsin   

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