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Milwaukee Daily American, The (Newspaper) - September 23, 1856, Milwaukee, Wisconsin MILWAUKEE, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 5J3, 1856. NO. 56. MILWAUKEE A i.ii i if. t.DiToi; ANT 11 rin in? Cuiklms. Coiner EJII V.'.it rmJ Miihu; in SK. VilUMH.Vi'AUKuKlJAlI.V H. Foote's Anli' Imn I won Oilorllin m i ..DUO nil tin. J lN> 3-i 7 nn for l inoiit' iii'i i -if. mill llw in wnn- rll- TIII: .M vtnj t'try Cuuntry. (.rlnU ill- r. in i i.. with xrc
Hre Oniiin iioi n'anl un 1 Mlmr I bu lnrji.it i ilf n iutiir r Al.irlKi'iH 'iM to fur In ml A'lviirlK imn nn 1 11" r vlltof ulliyriH T'OIH, a' in H'l niitl AilKirlM'iiii-nK'ir r< I. Ihnltult" Ili-lr "Ii tla lui-llti Win inii-il i. A'lviiiliHi-mi nU i.'il ouiiAUikil by vrfrllli n wilt Iw Tor sule in IOLS to null low lor cuili or upprovcil I' Also, MattrLal, Took, Ghasea, W. STKWAKT, Olllcu at COI CATE IIHOV, a'U'J 111 Kist Water ntri.et. ANI> OAKW AND WACOXJj whiih vru will ttcaily auit tonBtant otnplo) tnt.iitt anil tliu Mudlion ff at our oint at or on tbu J'lylllt __ on tlio In Freight Doj ut votk. ,V C >tilwatikco, Drs. Hausou Haskell, FANCY WRY AND STAPLE GOODS 143 145 EAST WATER STREET, liluck, uiiu iluor south of Iliuir ulil ilnnd. AN rxrKXsiv u, mid tlMiv uddimt tu ino alvles uf And manufacturers of Kineral Teeth. (HiOM JfGCTttiV.) Would iiitortii-lhu ol uiul itlty tluil tlivy lii-.o iMttibilHlicfl tlain-n-hi a tin- Corner ot Ililwaiikeeiuid .llnsoii si.s.r for tliw print leu of rwthu JCIIMD! cL'cu in Uu-itnti, a thorough uf AU IINANUIM o> THK AhT, onablu in to o 'or tliwo uhomay coUHiilt iwt ul! tlto itliriiUlim mid mUunlnpo bo rivud from its iimciito. By tliu iHirtl.il knulucss wf our pruiesHlua.il brethren, HO uro jHirmlttetl to pro-iciit to tbt public ttio testimony of forty of tlio prlnulp il PuiitNtv of IJoiton, [or whlUi please exiimltiu uiir tlrciiliir. pcrinUiod tti rifor lo tho lullim tlcmenol IhlHtilty y.HsrH. H (rJ.vs.F I> Holton, CjruiChtlit, A. Fii.ch, Jr., Irfvl Uiiriivll, J. H Criunpton, IHnnin It J IIUI C. Nov-linU Co., Viarucr, Cnrth WISCONSIN FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY ESTABLISHMENT. Wholesale and Retail. Seaman Wing, IIAVI: NOW ox Kxmnirio: vr Tinan lExtensivo The largest, in il bc'SUifcsorlad anil most superb stock or hail to print .in lulrcrttameiit. Urnt as !io could! T7T bind it enough for the .demand, pur- MILWAUKEE, WIS. AM) UPHOLSTERY WORK. OF THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE, cm btffonml nf the city or Now York, and t prices lully per cent Jtsn iban thy can be ubtuttic I iromtho iuwtoru inarketh Itio Minutactor> (.ontivctcd wltli our oatab- hUiin.nl is itio 'tiYumi to mini in any town or citv WEST OF YORK. ml we are prepared to set I uerv variety of gootts in OLrli.no, to m portion of the Including llichlgui ujito, InU'ium and nta toujwr CLNI bulov.' wiiut they cm ami uf KWUK lix Now York, Dealers in Chicago Are fmit culirly luvited to our establish nerit nticl tor Cabinet Furniture, irtlclecaniioclcil UID trade. Vlcifnnt new iteitgiH in lUstjitior ilch in ROSKWOOD. MAHOGANY, and iidiuiii unit I'ltrnHuru, nood niiter and orkinutislilj) to suit all. UPHOLSTERY. In th's department ot tlie tnde, caro will tukui in letlltiu W A W JB Hardware! Hardware K A K WHiLIA.Va, West oftli. method of hu out rrlomU mil X tin- piilillo Kenornlly, Uml In order to mipply lui.n-'Mliii! diicn mil or lioth City and iVxtnlry li-i Inn n- pUnliliixl h'olocHor Sliolf and Heavy Hardware! Wlierecin Uu Toiir.d H comploto of all WH Him. AlHO. tVliulow Mini nil HUM, Trotii tho Kwtrrn AM or wlilth will bo n.ild In to vultpurchiKeM, mid nt the Lowxirr ntthn ly'll-tr fyAr Kattorth' -liWilCcim llttuni. MUCK ut on-'KHKo IN THE WEST K comicttu I with iK'Vunu InrK" ntnnuractiirltiK tnHNirtlnic tmuu-iut tlie UH tmi Uiuiunjoovor uihur llurciiutilo Hoiiio Iti ihu hitvliixloilH I tlnuu (tt thltt city, iiiitl ourvtbilill'lieil of itolng bualium bo- lux known u> tity anil country of tho liberal mitiiru, w'u Huiur uurnclvui tliat uo in nay with safely llint wo Is ui> i ior 111. And bid lu r nun Imt'i hou vaiti Which -pni tn II.T IV .t.d, she quits A IJUCQII _ ria nlj-liilnsa el iu.MiTfiienloV- fRIHr.l'KOl'hlinol'.snrt.now pitparid lo icc.'hi' or. M ders, iiuil will contract In lurlibh inj unik in lliLlr 11 K'On short notice. In tho MACHINERY DEPARTMENT, T'loy liuvu iiH-JOrtmmit ol new tools, in ortlci, tor ImiMUlf; MKAM I.N'MN'KS WILL WOKk, Kfj.giiMi MACJiKNKa ..MACin.M-uv o all klmU prcjunrud to ami ironi 7 ket I In down Mm Us from 20 to iiuyil.lnj, lent) mul can lluW) Xium I Mint ul any ilolrxU F 0 U X 1) R Y 1) UP A R T M U N T 'flicy am prvii to m Irnti nnuy IKuo 1'rllt.H, Kentucky Ji'iniM, Cotton nnd Wool TwcoilM, NUllneui anil lllncK Mill Colored Ululhi. of Den' do do do do do du Ticking. IlnmnDrltli. llcnvy Uroivn KIQO do do Cotton Yarn nnd AKX1ON, UKO. Hani of TOf EMPIRE TRUNK AND HARNESS MANUFACTORY. Air. JUHIV T. liavlng re- moved to Ula Store, Olrfctly tho ,BaiUo House, la now :o wait on hla and M mftoy ooworos as tnuy wlah to Uror tain with a call, as I am determined not lo bo umlerhokl'by doler In tbo city nnd wish. tutyttileft m my lino will plewe giro mo a cull robmltiir cUewhoro. I koop constaallyoti bmO a large lortucrttof HamiM, Trunki, Oollan, Whips, Ar wholoaalo and Retail.mygs MILWAUKEE' Agricultural and Store Warehouse! 138" -EAST WATER STREET. 138 TUK liavo lu store and are receiving a large or i Agricultural Implements and Adapted to the growing uattta ulilch wo Invite the attention r the country, and to IMrtHl.t'I> SMITH SALOMON, UWAHli Vii. t Ki itci-VM y Ulnck, s p ORTIH AW s WAREHOUSE! Uuus, and Sporting Apparatni KKTA11.. A. C. NASH, Architect aud ovzn MTICHUL'S EAKK. HAVINC obtaJaM tho aatUtaiice of a corpa of aupc. rlor DraTtiimeii, DOW propAretl to olferlild lo iKirlled In lite Wont byfitrolith. log uliiiu, worklDic.drnwlQKd, aiul tlotii (or of tteieiiptlon, at the Mhorteat noiluo. llai Mceured Ihe Icet) ol one of tho tlrdl Arllili In thN country In Kneniutlu nnd 1'alntltig Uy vflu refer to (ollowlng gentlemen, who Imvo iilrendy avnilcd or hla florvkotf. Jotih IjM.kwood, Henry Nichols, Or. K. U. Wolcotl. Chai V. llslor. C. Ii, Nash, A. B. K. Uutler, J.N. Itonealool, V. J Knles, Jw. II. Ronon, C. Sliepird. J. II. Tweedy, Goodrich, If.O RWnuderlr.______________________myilf HIIiWAUKKK BALTIMOFIE CUOTHINQ HOUSEI AHEAD OF THE WOULD I Stein Brothers Message to the Feojilt! WK ARE NOW BEFORE YOU WITH THE LARGEST, handsomest and best stock c-C Spring and Summer Clothing, Kver to the People ot Wisconsin I Ul> universally ackaowledgoil, and Is a ftied fact, that with tilotlilux we defy all competition In the United States. Now remember, wo will this Spring beat everything In this city, In lolllnf tltil BEST MADS CLQllttNO No. 140 EMI Water Street, ranrSMf Milwaukee, HTs. FARMERS AND TRADERS. Having matte arrangements Tor early aud full supplies wo Bball ue prepared to nil orilcrd and at prices Amoug these nro a great variety FWW3 Cast aud Steel, trom light one horse to six cattle. Common, Improved, reversible teeth and horse liocs. CORN aud ilouule, for band and borao power. Cylinder. Bash aud Thermometer. CHKESk Common and loir-Acting. Trlangulur, Gedilos and Kxmndlng. HOKSB Wood and wire tecllu MOWING MACHINI'S-Vogetob.e Cutlers, Hay Cattws, Craiilei, rotaloe Diggers, bhovcln, Spades, Hay aid JCa- uure Forks, 4c i i Also, Agonta for the sale of MANNY S CO'S CELEBRATED REAPERS, Little Giant Com and Cob Mill. A full assortment of COOK AND PARLOR STOVES, from the manufactory of Vose Altmt-y, comprising the HOll knoun uirluy of NEW AJAX, SWIrTSUHF. CLIM-EK, TCMVIiKVAMOB, SYLVAN, i'HANiai.vl, to, Itc, Which wo oiler to sell at the lowest Prices. 49- COUNTRY MEF.CIUXTS will please call and ex- amine oiir dtock tH-foro puruhaitlng elsewhere. ir4.diy. VOSE, MITCHEIi ft CO.' The hundreds ok ed bird may woo The tliousund-leavod HUMCI no more flio JiHiiiluc si iks Us Lend In sh'imo. The -ilnrp vibt ntii l sliore VI. Anil rolibeil hi jiawl] j; cniellv Tlio lullp ol the crown It VIII. Tho Illj 's Id lirokon now. Ihut w is to br'flit itid Icon IX. Anil not a blust c in blow, but atrows With leafo: gold the earth's dark flyor. X. 1 lio piiiltiK w tids sing Xuturo's dlrire, Aa llnougli Hie luroit bleuk tliej XI. VriiOdD k ify Hcreeu, o. till, Kach duy show-, scantier tli in before XII Thou fui osl .n a llnu er. 0 man Of foo I tor ni isUg liuro in MOM-. XIII 0 n. in I '.hcni fallen as n Icul I'ncc 11 OUKlilfiilly larth'-i lout stvCM n ,lim'. xiv. Wcltomi' the ol the tirno, And 'uy to heart this i utnrul I jre SIIKIIMA.V liuys A Hie wntluinen at the polico oltico on TucsUtty, wai u little; Jlillesian, by (he name ol Sbendan. Mr. Sheridan wits- over with pasMon. He in A complete eo much tint his hair stuck up liku the (itiills ol a porcupine. Ho approached Justice 1'arsous ivnd for veagencc. What is youi trouble, Mr. 1 will tell on sir. A week ago I bought the lineal sorrel over placed your on has t-oratUody stolen "Not u bit ot u. I wish they bad- bad luck to front door." Whose soircl colt's 1" "No the blackgiuuil who gave me the advici1.1' who A du ty thafo by the name o! Scott. Voti know villain who robbed the pedler threi- yoiits coming next Michelmas.'' Well, what of Scott I will toll your Uonor the moment I catch my wind. The cnrs> ol Ciomweil fall on his ciadlo.'1 Never mind all thaL What did Scott I'll toll you what lie did. Well, aa I said before. I bought a forrel colt about six weeks ago. the day that Fintiegan sued McGarry lor driving a pitchfork iuto hia flannel. Well, there wns only one nbout the colt, and.a doril ot a bad one it "Whatvras "He'd kick like n jackass.- Fire weeks ago lie nave Jaok'Bndy a lift tlmt'carrled him over McGarry'B fence." Well go.on with the for tho pres- ent drop all extraneous matter." "Well air, the sorrel colt and that waa only fault." Who do you wish to complain of Mr. Sheri- or the sorrel coltl" Be jdbere, did you ever here tho lilies of that? Of Scott to be wouldn't Well, what has he Well I'll tell you. I called on Scott, anil I tells about the sorrel colt and about his kicking the stable down twice a week.'" And whut'did Scott eay 7" can'earo him of the li'abit in lest than n day, and'! says, if you'll do it I'll1 give you the best ten dbllara in all'Albany; Jaud he says do which, he takes a little powder out of'a vial and hands It to me aaying, aays he, take that and mix it np With a peck of wet bran, and feed'It' to him to-night. Do this, and to-morrow morning' will find him as quiet'a horie aa there Is between'here ana the next 'v j Well, aid yon follow his directions J'l Of conrse I did.1' did it cure him of the t And why seeing it waa a shil- ling's worth of arsenic mixed with wet bran.; "Do you mean to aay that the horse Av ooorse I do, and he killed him, the dirty blackguard." On the strength of this testimony, Justice P. issued a warrant and bad Mr. Scott He is now in'jall. Before ho la done with She: idan, he will discover that a shillings worth of arsenic will not only reform the habits of a sor rel colt, but tbo behavior o! one of the most unmitigated scamps in all Stale Polict Tribune. Ccme to tlio might have it in paper it they chose, not generally known, but nevertheless it in rue, lhat scrmonb on important topic0, conttn- ici to "ell ia immense editions, all through he century. The demand for ti new poem iy Byron, torty years ago, surpassed any thing hat has been seen since, when the difference in he Lumber pi por-on" capable of reading, in hat generation and subsequent ones, is taken nto consideration. error, intimately connected' with his, an ertor which popular authors delight iu lelieving that lew gtcat authors have been ppreciated by their age. The fact is. that with exceptions, and even those easy explama- jle. all fir-it rate writen have at once into mtnoilnltty. It was so with Shakspenre in his Jay, as with Sir Walter Scott In our own. Bun- m's Pilgrim's Progress'' to sell imme- lately by thousands. Dj'Toe's "Robinson Crusoe" becnmc at once, what it has continued ver s-tnce, the favorite of the younger Goldsmith's Vicar ot Wnkclleld'' WM popu- ar from the start. A have sometimes u iccoliftr ay of saying thin3s very graviu m tlie old lolks. llr. Fredei iclc Filxgerald Smith had a hixuri- growth of whiskers. The lower part of his ountenaacc wasenlirelyeuveloped ia hair from ar to cnr. The pilous vegi tat ion stood out ia acjrc, matted, tangled and curly magniflccnt st's all over liisjaws and chin. Indeed, it was commonly reported that he had taken a romium on it at it fair held by the society for 'ameliorating the condition of the Jews, and ncomaging the growth ot the hair.1' Nature, il too profuse in her gilts in our di- eetion. is very apt to correct the redundancy jy a compensative deficiency in another." "So it hapuened with Mr. FiederickFitzgerald itmth. All over the upper1 part ohfis head .bovc his eats curly. Uut per con- ra "Ho hid no hn r on the tojiof hl-t head, In the i'1 n-e where the wool ought to grow." Mr. Smith lodged one night and breakfasted Mr. John Simpkins, his friend, fr. SImpklua had. like cveiy parent who has hildren. a smart little girl. It is aurpria- Irow raaay smalt children tbore are ,ays! At the breakfast table, young Mfed Ara- jella Stimpkins could not take her eyes lor one uotncnt irom the patriarchal countenance of ill. Smith. Aiabelln, love, don't be so nudged Trs. Simpkitts, primus. Arabella, eat your Irowued Mr. limpkins. secondus. JUut Arabella kept staling at Mr. Prederick :'itegerald Smith. "Betty, remote (hii naughty girl from the cried Mr. StmpkitH In a rage. I don't want to go ma, I squalled he smart Arabella. "Inantto look at lhat nan a little longer. Don't you sec, ma, IK has ot his head on wrong side TO POLITICAL CLUBS :ow IS TilK TI3IK TO SKVI) IN" YOUR OKBEIIS I-OH BANNERS, FLAGS; TRANSPARENCIES, Ac., F, M. LAKE, Ornamental Flag and Banner Painter and Designer. 22 Soring Street, nucH _ OIMXHIIO tao HOOSI-, "OYSTER T No. IO1 Wnter Street, Milwaukee. I-' HAS CtJMMKXCED Bstrivlog thu kinds o't Can, and tihell Unltunore and flatly expreafl, which ho will gull, Whotuaale or Retail, at itu lowest rates. TOOM FA1IIF.IKS Oil 5OLICITKD. Or Icri; Trom tho Couutr> will meet ultli prompt atten- lo.i, uml (joodg shipped per llrat after receipt fordor. [aenludls] W. H. 1'AKIIELEK, Agent. FMPIRE WOOD AND COIL TAKD 1 Corner of Second and Streets, Fourth Wfcnl. GRAWD REGATTA s. L. R. P. K PRODUCE AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS! AT THEIR OLD STAND, The White Warehouse. ADJOIXI.SU W.U.KEK'S POINT nr.inGK, Walker's Point, .tlllwnukce, AVttf. OFFMt, AT UIKMtdAU. HfcTAIl, AT THE LOWEST MARKFT COAL, OF THE BEST VARIETIES, Tor Kanilly, Furnace ami St PLASTER OF PABIS, LAND PUASTER, FIRE I1KICZ, WATER I.IHK. mW.NOM.l-. CEMKST. t'tt U1UND STONES, P1O IRON, SALT, Porsons wIshtDK of the above articles, are tnillx Invited w call before cNewhcre. ELMORE BRO. CO. 500 BAUUEL.S SALT, JL'ST I.AN'DIXG from G Sorrl by augli _ .for KT.MOrtK lillo. J. CO. 1 WO BARRELS N. Y. WATER LIME RFCF1VKD tills day, and for bv tl.MORK HP.O. 8. CO. STUCCO, STUCCO. BBSS. OHIO loryak-by n J1ORE URO. K CO. CEMENT. DBLS. Kosctiilalc Cemont for sate b M.MOltK HBO Vs CO. 50 TONS SCOTCH PIG IRON. JUVT received and for by KI.MORK BUO S. CO. ric IRON! FirCV TONS Const I'tg Iron for by H.MOHKURO. LBH1GH COAL. JW pure LablRh Coal now imlo idluy from Scli'r 9 Koberl and lor talc bt I.MORK HBO. K Cw. B1UAII KILL COAL. lab Hill A tplrndld .irtlcle- for ink- by t I.MOBK UliO. .V 101) TONS BLOSSBURGH COAL. FOR 111. foraile bv ___________________________Fl'MOHK UBO. .V C0_ 150 TONS'l'URC 1'ITTSRURGH COAL, FOKS.U.K by _____KI.MORK BKO. WANTED. A GOOD art'clo or Tlrootby Jwd, for Kliirh a fair price M'lll be palil. at_________KLHOItr 4. 100 BARRELS DIUED Al'l'LES. A C110ICK ABTlCLr; for salo b augli CUIORKBRO 2SO bbls. H. Y. Calcine Plaster. NOW Iroui schooiior leader. Tor by uiiue KI.MORK BRO CO 50 tons Scotch Fig Iron, JCST receivctl and for sale by mtBiG KL.VORE BHO. J: CO. HENRT NEIDECKEN CO. HERKUV INFORM THEIR L VtieaJs and itioved their btore anil from ibc.r aund. next the 1'osl ORlco, to 219.' East .Water StWtt. 219. IX K E L A X D L O C K we shall alwavu keep oa a Urge or BLANK; AND ACCOUNT BobkS Records, Kecelpt ana Draft Boolu, Hotel Kwilstera. Utter Copy fieccllits, Boolu, Paas Booku, Ac., All of our own Manufacture. To our ery extensilTe and carefully selected alock of BOOKS AND STATIONERY, We arc now Daily rtcelvluj? iiuw aUilltlonv. and tb.ng tor lu aa establishmcul ttie ktai) will bo TouDd there Fur oar well knxwD long Open to Illinois and To take Flaw Duriu? Ihe Fair. will be from to ibo Mouth of tho Kiv or, aa-1 a lia- rAurn to tho RAGES AND FRIZES: Four and ?i-c iMreJ Boaf, No 1'rtw, iltver I 3d Trizo, SUver r.oM Watch. j Eatraace I'r ocoaJ Two Pair Sculls. Hunter 1 SJ Prize, A Goblet. Third Race 1-t lYIzo, Silver Goblet Single I'a'.ricuiN I CJ TliUsl LinoO tJoM. w.th CJ I'rize. J'latetlMlicr j Ooltl V-l I Jneil w lib floU Kutrancc Feo, Itice to Commerce a.t W o'clock, A. M. to be on or before the lit cf October. .1 tier that (lite, Eotraocel-oe riUed one half. of lioais Uwnerx to be enicrc4 at tbe K L' F> K S A .X 1> K K [kiM bvlorcetarllDjc. The of the ditTo-roct arc to be present at phco at Wcnoiii Club IJoat at S il.. vii tbc of tin? IVgatiA. 3J. Eich Boatful by t-jmber tboj S, 4. .'K Iwcarr.V'i ca or coOspLuoja place v, Itcro tbc number cau bo rocojniizod. The t iss uitl bo i-aV-ootod by tho JudKc-4. 4th, AU HM.U friartltag. ia a for tho Make Boat. 1. 2. 3, .Vc., w.U lo to the tusMu track Oth. Any Boat uuljo'-i tOJchlUk' tbo oartof boat >o Alt Loiu coaiitis in mLvt 10 llio Till, All mu-l turn the btakc Boat, at the Mo-.lli of tlie to the Lttt, aatl noi turn tbe Ittfbtl or tbe tth mrnins tbo BOJ.I -K" r.ttgUi n line for tbe Brupc, ns tu tlie ith. Kittct-n socoruls RQO.IP xv.II bo allowed the d.f- ferAUCc between rour nnd 5.x oared Boats. Judges will be chosen, oa tbe day of tLe Ro- gatta tbe eiuortnc for the Itacc. Tbo I'rlzcJ can be "ecu at lUe fctore Lcwnis CAM. THE ATTENTIOS OF AM.. to MiU vhioli turns Imk to tia original color pray LOS.-I of with A luxurUnt grow (inJ all cautaneous A ooctiouil flow of DRtnrat bciico. a J replug for the hair, iu it froin falling to evlretao oM fttfo. tu alt brkutv. ihen, upon the bald, the prav. or lo H; amJsuroKj tbejouoj; not, they HowiuR locks or witchlcc be It, Its U upOK Uw of JteTyfiS, 1855. FRor O J. 'I your bc'ne the most O.TII- cle I t-r I acd otbtr of the day, ill withoil t. Hair mv were white, I now feu! store Uteri to to niturol color. It a.ir-0 las ull diudtrillT tlcliiuji. comuKn. nnioms u ho freely. (I. Kiuti. .VortA t end of Ooeitlnst., Drtilge, and nenrly opiwsitc Lud atipply ftutit- Ics In any pnrt of tlio city with Wood apllt and delivered, at aa low mien can be purchiwed from teams tlieroby the consumer tho oxpcn-w ot wiwlny and Wo snail also keep several varieties or Coal of the quality.' Orders lea at the Yard, or on our Or Boole at the store of W. S HUNNJ'will bd promptly attended to. N. loft at be aurad, aplU and dclUored at for 7fi tenta por eonl, K. L. II. GARDINKK. jv4.tr f L a u; STRONG', Coniiiiiuio2iJ CITY B I-N D Ei-R'Y Which hu woo'Fame tlirougboul the fciate, we now proourvd verj anil aud a atroog and efflcleut set of Journeymen, under the Rtttariand Bliulvr, EDWARD QU1N. We have at gratl expe-tue. alltFicmaehlDery that Is neoemary' for expodlthii; aud embeUUbiUK the work tnrnod at oorr and are DOW prepared to do wort, At Shoitoftj To do It TVo, therefore, Invite old and one aud all, to cnli atour New lio M9, Eut Water Ruoelaad'a Block, tbe wade by tho old flim of H.. NVKDKCKKN Jk CO. Aonrra for Cutxicir'a Line of Suanera on Lake Mlchlgu (riiDHIng In connection with M. M. C. R.B. AIK property conalraed to ua for the upon thn I.ino ol Rallrovla leading Weal will bo forwarded without ilelay. 'lyai-m Important to the American People! SIR A9TI.BY COGPKK'S PILLS.' THls'most excellent .3, if taken for tbo time, and in tlie manner specified, warranted ItOllr.-t VOKMkl.KWUOU1ll.KAND IIKr.kll. S. Il Coxh ;uld fur all of >UM, Uwr Alia. Deile I n II KIVIKX mvto to order. 16 si. Ikce. I. OT ISC: of Produce. X. D.CHtrtM. rOflU'tn______W.H OXHIOKT. W IEI a Inrce jrlolr. LvlUr. ,Vv.. ruttd, rUlti. UIJ, extra or common n'. A. WllirrhJlORK Co a. of Litol IHililk.illcu.H, lw iVd on U.iftd. tin t f r York A. wiuneMoui: LAN unl i rlc. tnntiilficturid aud AOii html and be lu A. wliolesa'e imd rftAll. dllfefelil A. woolen uid Iron, 'or T. Hooxm. x. rowtxK UOOIBIl, t'UlLAMER fc FOWLER, Storage, CommlMlon and Shipping MJEKVHAKVI, H.whall'i Brick Warahetut, (Ml lliam Sl.r.lor, MILWA'JXEE. WISCONSIN, jlvo ihelr poMonal attention locomlinmcntororders Tor Ilie purcbaiio of UmlH, Pravlatoiia. Jones, Dinnin Jones, WOULD CALL THB ATTKSTIOS A, B. VAN COTT'S JEWELRY STORE XOltTII.KAST CORNER "Water and Wucooiin streets. THIS OLD AND ESTABLISHMENT IS now, M over, in The atock ol la now choice, und the prices so favorable ai t nuko iho place favorite aiidUoairabb rcnorUor peraon of all soiea and condition, Tito hfOCK tho largest and moat desirable ever brought to tbe Wont-m murkcl. N EW Q OODS TO 7HCIP. um TO NeMriAll.I'Vf; ,Mllwnukce. I M. Merlclc A Co., A. Mllclitdl, I Vounc, Janes 4i Co., Colcano. Montreal, C. W I C Itinn. Butfalo. _ ocQ.tr B. itllLES, Forwarding h Commiaaion Mercliant T. HIBBARD'S WAMHOUSE. ASH nade oa cotKlBomeuti of Hi'Ur, lirilu, ,fi-r In Mllwnu. to 1 1. forwarded lo my frleti'li In 1 uturow, WiuiiK' It tlieldoo. New Yort. M( irt. Ilced A. lllii.klei Iklroit. >olli It. ti nklln I" I! I (.liluiio fa} lor I. liruli'T ClBClMall. W. It Ahord, ,T. lllbuird, UllKaaXK. l> Cit'ii'r W. M. S V. I. lUnV, Mat tr KE, liUTURlB STUBh'ES, FORWARDING and COMMISSION No. 11 Central Wharf, UVKKAI.U, 5. V. CUKKK, of the late Uroi of U alker A Clarke rf. UcrtiKiK, UucklDghara A Outhtle f Imiri Cm) of Mamlleld. Dnio AND WELL SELECTED STOCK CLOTHS and CLOTHING! "Good Goods and Fair of our own Importation sold to tlie trade at llio nd manufacture, ubleh uill be Lowoat New York Jobbing Prices. JEVfRLERS, MERCIIAXTS AND lo woll to call before going East, or ebon here. Amotie this stock may bo found a rut) assortment of WATCHES, From thu mostcelebratedraaauffttiurora, Abo tlie patten s ol IEWELET, of ei-err kind. WATCH fllJiSSES AND WATCE TOOLS, of every variety. Thelubicriber is thankful for paatfavors, and rcquetli iVontlnuance of public MPOKTAMT TU EVERY COUNTRY MERCHANT! BEFORE YOU BUY YOUIl FOB THIS TALI, AXI) (10 AND Till H A M HI O T II STOCK BALTIMORE CLOTHING HOUSE, No. HO EAW WATBK STBKKT. A. J. LAHQWOBTHT, FOUNDER AND GENERAL MACHINIST, TO OHCIX ALt MHIM Flouring, Grift, and Saw Hill Ironi, AXD MIMJiLtAXXOVS H'OKKa OStfKUALLY On Wawr MUwraktt, Wlsoondii. ORCCTS sollclleil and work promptly done, and lor to any Dart of I.HAVB on hmnil full Ml of TOOLS ASI> MACHINES. Ihvr tiled about n month, are In Unl rale H. A.lOdtF, )T-j'lf Wutr mrcot BEST STYLE3 CUSTOM WORK AND CLOTHING At Wholesale nnd Retail, THIS HOUSR la a Branch of the largest WholcMle Manufacturing House In tbe United states, and hia Iho reputation to Defy In 1'rico and Qui.it; of Clothing every competition. If you call Find nee us, >on willund that our C'olhlng Is DKT1KK HAOtX and by TWXKir-flYE PER CSKT ClIStPKK Tbnn In Cblcago and all other Western Houses Ijook out for tile Baltimore Clothing Houif, and remember tbe flrm of STEIS BROTHEKS, auR23 140 Bast Water street Bise in Lard Oil, MESSRS. 1'ATTOi il TT1LUAMS to gho liotlct that liavo Juat receUed advice from Cinun. Latt and bt. LCHIID ol the n-'e of Lard and Lard all; and Hat from this lime until furlberJ notice their prices tor 11 will be five cents per gallon] advance from t'io olil I HEW AMD WEWOOODS, CHOICE FAMILY GBOCERIES, WHOLK9A_LJfi AND RETAIL. No. 198 West Water Smut, Concert Halt THE SUBSCRIBER would respectfully Inform the citi- zens of Milwaukee and ho has opened ncd ccmatanily receiving a fresh and emir e new stocfc ol CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, and trusta by strict attention lo the vanla of hid cuetoro- ers, and prompt delivery of goods purchased, u merit their favor and confidence. All goods delivered within the city free of chxrpe d3m CEOKGS H. STisVENa WUAT A CAN a wife' and mother woman can make a fortune anil bappi new of her Lu-band and and even i she did nothing else, surely'this would be snffl eicnt dest'.ny. By her thrift, prudence and tact she can eecura to her partner and herself a competence in old age, no'malter how1 imal i their beginning, or how adverse a fate occasion- ally be By ber chcerfulnesj she can restore her husbaud'a spirits, shaken by ihe anxieties of business. By her tender care she can often restore him to health, it diseasu seized upon his orer tasked powers. By her counsel and her lore, she con-win him ft cm bad company, if temptation in an evil hour has led hlm'estray. By her example, her precepts, and her sex's insight into character, she can mould her children, however diverse their dis- positions, into good men and women. And by leading m all things, a true and- beautiful hlu, she can refiae, elevate and spiritualize all who come vrithin reach, so that with others of her sex emulating nnd assisting her, she can do more to regenerate the world than till statesmen that ever legislated. She can do an much, alas! perhaps even to degrade man, if she chooses to do it. Who can estimate tho evil that woman has the power to do? As a wife, she can ruin her husband by extravagance, folly, or of affection. She can make a devil nnd aa onW cast of a man, -A ho might otherwise have be- come a good member of society. She can btiug bickerings, strife, and perpetual discord into what has been a happy home. She can change the innocent babes whom God has entrusted to her charge, in to vile men, nnd even viler women, She can lower the moral tone of society itsell, and thus pollute legislation at the spring head, She can, m fine, become an instrument ol evil instead of an angel of good. Instead of mak- ing flowers of truth, purity, beanty, and spirit- uality spring up in her footsteps, till the whole earth smiles with loveliness that is' almost ce she can transform it to a black ant blasted desert, covered -with the acorn of al evil passions, and swept by the bitter blasts ol everlasting death. This is what a-woman can do for the wrong as well as for xha right. I her mission a little one Has she no worthy aa has become the cry of late? Men may have a hardier tusk to perform, a roughe path to travel, bat be has none loftier or mor influential than Woman't Admxatt. PACTS ABOUT hear, contin ually, the aesertioD thet this is beyond all for- mer ages, the age of reading. In one sense tb statement is correct, but not in the aggregated sense in which it is usually meant. The hiatorj of Buccereful books establishes tbe fact that ou forefathers, considering the limited populalio of their day, as well aa the narrower circle o educated persona, patronized literature, of at of all PATTONfit kinds with remarkable liberality. In the day of tbe Long Parliament, when political and re ligioua controversy was the mania of the day thousands of pamphlets poured from the pres. often in enormous editions, and were rea everywhere with avidity. A ctntury latci wbeu tbe public taste had changed, works of different character had equally large When Tool Jones" appeared, the publisbe only I u and worn cajii to ll frwn months I waa to Hair v must in juatksc My. ib-xt atiao-t mi- racujoua forli cbiDjjeJ U lo atmo't in former aplcodor aj to color, aud toft it aoJ tut to tra more beiul'tul than tt v.a> when tbe o. i.w ell. I lady M tlie IH- i p-vtvirattoo for tolltit or the world. >x iWT1. WOOD lIiTiog Oie mafic your Hair Restofniive, I 5011 tbe About two yearn ijfo toy hair lAlUcRoa iti-1 turniDC pray; t MAS THAI IriM 1 l (ricifl who hart useJ your Rwtoralivc. and Iw I was laduccd to try U. aitlK-ajh I little filth, as I tried so many conHDenced udlnR >our few my firml> U beuao ...t up, irrow and ivraedback lo former co or (blacW) At Itils time tt Li tally to lu original color, mi appearAUCe, and I cheerftilly recomincmi to ail. Chicago, May 1, J. ottoatb.too_____ ___ Tho flne balxamlc and itn Igorallng powcr-i whicb Sir Auley Cooper'fl "lite poaicM, are wonderlul; a trial of a single done will carry conviction tnat tbeyare all that are necessary to tnxigoralotbe restore the invalid to health, and Uo good In all CMCB: no fear need bo enter- tuii cil, as they are quite liarmMas. Tho licada of families nliouM always have thoin In tta house, an they the'grealcst bu aortcdto, atanyllme, or Iniuy case. are had resource to a purgative la required. If ihe true nature of EpfOmSalts, and all salient veru fully ulorstooil, llioy would never be resorted occa- on an secrcUc-nanddlscharffO of tho natural olalure of tho stomach and bowels, and this goflona tbd intents of alomacli and bowels, and produces watery vessels after this mlntiturNt draining, ate rlcil up. and a conllned stale ol tne bowelfi U produced, hich. if nul carefully attended to, products cosMvcnetfi nd nlilutrttin of evils, Halts are cold'and rlptng, to say ao'.liinK of the danficr or mlslaking Oxalic cid lor Saltt, wblch mUlnko has In Humorous instances Nrmlnaled fatally. Sir Astley Cooper's Mild Aperient ntl.ltllious 1'ilU oro now generally cstablMicd as the favorite Family Mediant CAUTIOX TO INK I'unui.' that nn tho top of each ox of the Ceuuine rills, there Is mi excellent likeness of ir Astley Cooper; aleo tho fac simile of tlie signature of :acl'hntl fc Co. Sole and York, 11 tho directions. Without tlieso marks ul authenticity, icy are certulnl> gpurlous nnd an Imposition. Sold at centa, fin cents and SI per box. Full diroctionH aro Ivan with each box. There Is a great saving by taking 10 larger sizes. Principal UiDca lit the United States, 192 roidway, Xcw York Vor salo also by A B 141. Wllllnm Street; Ncl.leltelln ITOiWilllnm Si: McKesson bins, 'JlFulloti Si: Ward, Close ,'c Co., llSVtlltonSt Sllvkcner >c Co, SI Barclay Pi: eland, Harml ft Rlsloy TO Warren St; Slcplion, raul Co.. Chambers St.; N. Y. >encral WliolMale Agento who will supply Drusglxls fc >cators al proprlclors r ,Low i HAVE i FEW' SPLENDio 7 OCTAVE PUSOS, which I will wirnat SUPERIOR "t to any ever offered for uk la thu market, ud which I LESS THAN ior tlh'o next, i ut the explrattoD of which ttme 1 alwU vacate my present premises. 1 43- A written guarantee given wtlh each Piano sold i I tar Pianos aent on trial to be returaod ir they do not gtvesaUBfarllotl. T. B MASO.V, jeO Bulldlnt, WUcourfm itrcel. J. WOOD Dear Sir: I lake pleasure la W.inct; voloniarr tcaltmony to the our ttile far back M my ha r com mencetl falling until the lop oT ray bead became t aid anil amootli at Klaja, awl It bai ooBllnued to latl fur a great XMUIV uMwHluUddtm; 1 bave u-ctl man> celebrated" preparatloou for reftoratttm. jwur advertiMmeni, I to irlve your article a trial. and. to my utter aston Ufa meat, I found. nTtcr a few pUcalltnia, that My hair became firmly and a ulcwjy and beauthful appearance and by tbe umc I used a quart bottlo nay bald bead WAJ a ylfottHU growth of hair, ubicli t ouch pleaded with U, that I cocUnued .u use for mnatfaj. aoi an deddMly the bc.n auoo yubllc. It at all aod unpleasant tlcbiojr from the ui4 liaj rcvtorcd nr hair nawraHy, aod, I bare no doubt, t-o YOU have lo refer to me alt who doubt of Ha performing all that Is for it. HLW VBXXJ, 24 l-'J (.recowicli No. 94 Bprln( Rtnrt, (DlracUr oppoalhi Aanrfcan MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN. liar >trlct and 'pernoniil altentlon will lo all CM. or Order) naade lo Pur care 1 a. w. rtm, t. I.'FITIB. FltU. Martin It Co., Bill. Sean ft Co., C. Barren 4 Co., West i MtDoognl. Sheldon, Flack A Co., Henry Son, Donaman Co., XewYork Botloa. Cleveland. Clnctauall. r Chicago. Bulblo. Vllvraukee. SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS! HARB1VARE, COLGATi HAVING perfected arrangements keeping our- selves supplied H itti a large abd complete stocx SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS, We now Invite tho examination of and geocs throuthout the State. executed with promptaew, and sliomU any (KicaUir style of lastruments called for, not included ID our advertLwraeot, the arti- cle will be laid down bere by Kxprtss at tbe earileit jxujllilc moment Our slock embraces rocket 4 Amputating and Trepanning, Anatomical and UuaMtlcx, l.tthotomr, far the Instrumente, Midwifery Instruments, i Scarrifleatoni, Speeulflins, OtheK-ra, Cupplnj, Momacb, and glO Ihaveuseil Prof. O. J. Wood's Jliir vi hare Ma wonderful enecu. It restored where It bad fallen oil: tt cleans the head, and r o tbmn oil auUiHte, Nov. Xjilu A. iV-SoU at 114 Mreet, tt. Ko. Sit Broadwar, New York, and by all the evr; where. All kinds offamlly patent for beat possible terms, at Woo-I's ment, 114Market street, St. Louis Jost Published. THE CX GMng directions to and tlirllliDg and iut'Ttrl- forcnatl4n. tn Ot. WM. JTAe 1. U. Upoa tLc r'-O'ipt of to-r stanipH, tbe book >bKil led from IQ or As U contains _____ __ Information tor hynt IM aitiwr d'.nnc tbe pavt month, from TUkout parts of at.'t oTer thousand for u manj ly In tbe band writing of but for the pnrnow of tbclr tncojuiw II ru twt abounds tn fturtlinu ac-1 Irulbn, extracted from llio author', diary acd ca-e t> tbe result of thirty rears practice In all cl.cr.au treatment of dteeases of tbe Miual bta Iwlber opporwoltita than. toe Ro man Catholic Confessor, to beblod Ibc n. Uox 12. Cblfajo. 1.1. if Booma. mr AMreo Win. Thomson, Uox 1 ff Dr. Office and Chicago, TM. DbeaM K upon ou ll-e Ii) bull ol science and sound Tuoie itAac-I er im> ..JKCIC- of prlTawaliwaae, before plij-iuui Sur medical assistance, should obuln a coff tlie I ntortu nau's Guide, and thus be enabled lo wcaittlicd trous eoMoawnces of quackery. Chlcano. April llto. Teelb 4te. Ac. H. BOSWOBTH SOKS, JHUOum-rM. (OLtiATE BROTHERS, titroraoii jjto WHOLWULLI auuu in Iron, Steel, Nails, Chains, Heavy and Shelf Hardware] HARDWARE TINNKHrV STOGIE. TOOLS MATKHIAIi, Japanned Preued Tinware, iNSTRUMEuTd In Sutaor Plccn. SIGN AXE. Ill V.. at.. Milwaukee. 44- BEST JAVA COFFEE. BUR.XED aud Ground every day, fruh. at H'ATtOX at WILIJAMS. ROBKRT CHAltltLXtV ATTORNEY AT LAW, OfHa No. 3 XntOmft Bkxk, MIC.WADTEE.......Wit. A Card for the Ladies. THK CKEAT TURKISH PEtUOOICAt. lor the Immediate removal of Obj-trccUon-, I lues, IVotajMiu fieri, (Mlioitor the Womd.) L-ucWr or Ac., ic. Tocie IMlft havencrer In -v f produelnj: the Two roLcliCxcuot m u i r fetor. No woman cau cojo> yooj Iioatth ItcuUr Jiart of her l" at taDk'-yr, ti u the liead, nnd back, IOM Ac are Home ol wlilcli atULJ atruallon. As certain Urn- are ami all s> Be aud fct two" Co. .D och Illh t fl. St'UARS. ___________ dereil and ClariQett Sugar; anil grades, for aale b> bturt'n New York, 1-oaf, Cruatieil. .Vuxcovailo. Porio Htco WASHING SOAP. OP AU. KINDS, atj Halo street. HAMS.' 1XTRA SCOAR.CCRF.D HAtLS be at A auall.lm_________I.AYTU.X PLAXKINTOf The New and Faihionable Jewelry Store IS NOW FILLED with a larfl and Ine >uick oT are u (.neap u can luund lo Ibe West. Yciur attention 14 catted to tn< fact. __ I.OOMU HOIS, rnyl3 -201 Kwt M.. Martln'l tur wale by I.HI. I. li SJI.WOTACO., aoJ fl. elurnBMlll. lind l-.il- Co njt-ry IA Crowe Kilmtufae Railroad GEO. H: GREEN CO., W ILL JlTIEXD lo all kloi awtobtalatb UdHd. OftMlu La CroaM A HUBS, and litn-'l X. O. aod P. K. JrW PATTOX
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