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Reedsburg Free Press (Newspaper) - December 6, 1872, Reedsburg, Wisconsin ross. HT. V. CHANDLER, Editor. Horace CirrcK'.v is Tlio foremost editor of liia timo luis pitbull juviiy. Uu wlio, for thirty-five 3'i-ars. lias ilono os nmcli as any othur ono limn, living ilcad, to iiumM the- iliiytlnU-s of Ilia enmtlry, is no Inngur of earth. lirviitliiid his lust, etl by a fuw fricmls, at the rt-.-iiiluiiuu of Choatc. at Turrytuwn. ta-ar rosiduncc of Clianiiqiiii, on l-'riihiy cvuii- ing '.Jn the out-siili.' of out- pupur nmy lie found an account of his last tho imposing jiri'iint-iitiuna for liis fun'.-ral. Vow tiic-n in Ucpuhlicau America have ever received such funeral honor.-) as ivero accorded to this plain old man, who was born nnd rcnrc'l in dm-pt-st poverty, and gniduutcd from that pro- lilic coliogc, n country printing office. 'L'ho I'rcdidcnt and Vit-o President and Iho United States, and a cotieomse of thu most eminent mon in tho nation, followed corpse as mourners; and silicon: nl Iltip.H, hoth at home ami ubrouil. wo had immunse supply of continental "rowthf cm offur at low rates, and some or SO.DOO 'Jules of 1S08 Aoierienn, with wmie ISIiO.s and n few IISTOVoii offer, all at low prices, .which tended materially to down prices of home growth." Tho Jiiurnul quotes an mdvhnco of 10 shillings per on Goldings; lo.s to 'M.t on Kents; on Sussex; and liOs to liO.HOii Woreestera. It nlat) adds: ilemand tlio paht month has been larger, pndmlly, tlian was ever hcfoi-e known at tliid season of the year." Thin xtatoof nff-iirs, added to the diet that leis Ihnn li.OOO bnlea of foreign hops have found their wny to our mar- ket up lo tho 1st of December, mid those not of the iirst quality, have nlnrin- cd uiir Brewers hence r. brisk consump- tive and speculative demand has sprung up, and nt this high ns -10 cents has been paid in our streets for a choice liop. 11KCOHD UF Reedsburg in the War. NUMBER 23. UWISSKI.I.. Oriifin-of'-ll" conflict tnul result! Ill tho contiiiitalion of tliisauliji-ct we sliall mainly make up 'this clmpter with extracts of statements made by one of the most clear and forcible writers in tho nation, upon the onuses of the war those of John S. (J. Abbott. "Our (Junstirution, in its spirit ond legitimate utterances, is. doubtless, the noblest document which ever emanated from the mind of man. It contains not one woril hostile lo liberty. Uvon now, with the light of tlireo-foiirths of a cen- tury shod upon its practical workings, it requires not the change of u single Tho encouraging feature to Kecds- j paragraph to make it true to humanity.'' burg is, that this one hop scnson developed tho fact, that since the most important Railroad in the Htatc hns readied us, and given direct connection with Chicago and St. we have at once taken position nnd become tho mini intperlnnl hop market in the State. Our growcri at this point arc always willing to sell, thus enabling orders from abroad to bo promptly filed; and us some of our Dealers sell directly to lircwer.1, it enables grower? to always mourners they ('o ibtli-ss were, notwith- got full prices for their Hops. The standing His political which j crop of 1872 is about sold, probably not lo exceed 100 bnlcs being back un- sold at this point; and this should cu- o.mrage growers to see to it that they carefully cultivate their yirds next year, as the market, the -world over, be cleared of all growths, and un- his lute action had bred between him and most of them; for they nnd admired his dbility, bis industry, his philanthropy, his innate nobility, while lamenting the idiosyncrasies and weakriOsscs which oci'asionaly led him Tho great heart of tho nation throbs in sympathy and sorrow over one whom, though they overwhelmingly decided was not the man to fill tho responsible position of President, they yet regarded as, in the main, that noblest work of I Mi honest man. Hut yet, inghirioiiiily, guiltily, mi tier sore temptation, we consented to use one phrase, siisccplnMc of a dmiblo meaning, 'hoM to labor.' These lion- cst words, at llie North, mean a hired man, mi apprentice. At the South they mean n slave, feudal bondage. So braall, iipparently so insignificant, were those seeds sown in onr Constitu- tion, which have resulted in sucli a har- vest of misery. A privileged class at the South assumed that by. these words tho Constitution recognized domestic shivery and the right of property in mnn. With persis'amie never surpassed, the Slaveholders of the Smith endeavored to strengthen and extend their aristo- cratic institution, which was dooming tho ever millions to life-long servitude and degradation. All wealth I less tho crop should be unusually large, was rapidly accumulating in the hands I rcinunorating prices may tin expected. of a few, who owned their fellow-men CORKESPONDENCE. Our Kli-oy Tlio Om- readers will find thti annual mcs- vigc of tho President ill another column. Wo bespeak for il a careful pcnisiil. As tliia is the last message of Grant's lii-.il term, lie presents to Congrtss and the people a resume of what has been done during the pajt four years, rather thnn take up much space in telling us what he will do during his second term. However, enough is indicated lo evince (ho purpose nf the I'l-usi'lent, that, as we arc at with the nations tlie I'.irtb, measures pertaining mure dii-i-ct- ly to home prominent among thesr; are civil turviuu- ret'nrm and internal form thf feature of the next term. The pninis touched upon by ih- ri'csiiU-nt, will come up in 0-ingres.H for consideration, and we slmll have something In say concerning tin-in, in the course of the winter. At piesent, suffice it to say that for brevity, eoneis- IICS.K, and .itniightf'n-wardncss of state- ment, commend us to the President. No ambiguity, no high-sounding phrns- but, the plainest English, .vetting forth the state of the country, in a candid and sincere manner. Head the document, by all means. KI.HOV, Dec. 2d, KHITOH FiiKB arc hav- ing winter in dead earnest. Two weeks ag'', the frost, set in and nearly closed lliiilroad operations for the ycnr. We lind, though, nearly finished outside wni-U, nnd, but for the would have had it all done up slick and j I'J' !an uversoer ekan this week. Kvery liifirsc, witli the of three or four, is on the sick list; barely enough left to nn the cars in the Tun- nel. 1'Vx Jc Lipo Imve suspendeil out- side opera lions until tho liorsu-phipuc abates. In Iho Tunnel there remains scviin hundred anil fourteen fci-t tn ijoniplele the In Ihe soccnil Tun- nel, four linndred and in the third 't'untn-1, two thousand feet. The eon- tractors on the !M Tunnel nro working under ililVieiilties. on account, of water. They have expended liculeo-tlioitmml f'oi' finings. Two stoani pumps us property. The poor whites, destitute of employment, uimblu to purchase ne- groes, iiiut regarding labor, which was performed mostly by staves in their re-' gion, as degrading, were fast sinking into a state of bcastial misery." "Thesparse population which slavery allowed, excluded churched, schools and villages. Immense plantations of ninny thousand ar.vos, tilled sometimes by 11 thousand slaves, driven to their toil d the whole i land tc apparent solitude. Tlie log hut of the oversi-i-r was surrounded by the miserable cabins of tbo negroes; nnd in the workshops of the Nurlh wcro manu- factured all tlie riiile iinplimciits of their toil. The rtgion of llie Southern coun- try generally pivsciitod an aspect of desolation which Christendom eoulil no- where parallel. The over Meting us one mini, claimed the right of extending this institution ail over the free turrit'irics of the United States. Free labor and slave labor eannut exist together. 'J'lic New Knglarid farmer cannot work his sons in lud'ls surround- ed by negro bunds, where labor is con- robed in fabrics of almost celestial tci- ture, while the dauglitc-r of the dirty and almost, na- ked, with one single garment sciirce person, was to toil in the field from morning till.night and from youth to old and death, that her aristocratic sister, very proiulily in Llnort relttlinnxliip her fut'ff FtittHt; the child uf mmc father, might thus cultivate her mind und decorate her person." It is impossible thnt two such an- tagonistic systems as democratic equali- ty and aristocratic privilege, should live in peace under tho same Government, or even side by side. Through all the agi-s they have kept this world in com- mntinn, und will until dooms Jay trump shall sound, unless one or tho other shall gnio nr.iU.sputed France attempted to establish a Republican Umpire upon the basis of equal rights to every man who trod her soil, all aristocratic Europe rose in resis- tance nnd millions wcro marshiiled in arms to crush this heaven-burn frater- nity." Tt is true that tliere must be grada- tions in society. There must be diver- sity of rank. There must be boot- blacks, nnd coachmen, nnd dny laborers. There must be men to swing the sledge- hammer, as well as to rule in the somite. There must ho men to split, rails, as well as to occupy the presidential chair. True democracy or.ly demands that the smith ami rail-splittcrf) shall have fair wages for their work, with unobstructed opportunities to improve their condition if they can; thnt every man shall have fair scope for industry ami talent." Tho antagonism between tbeso two systems is deadly and universal. The history of the world 1ms proved that there can be no reconciliation between them. From the .foundation of our government they have been in constant haUlo, growing hotter.nnd hotter every OKDINANCJEJ NO. 22. jf'Ac JfVtaititni amZ Trustees of the Vil- I'ttjt; of do ortlinn as Stc. 1. No new liuiltlinjf shall hprenfl-r h i-recieil any of tlie bloeks bordering on M.iiii be'iweco Pine ami llie llarubfO UivVr, unices llie Hjtmo be con.stnirt- i'd with uulid brick or stotio wulU, liionglo nr rtliore the roof, llliicli slmll.be eoii.smicled of or other lire proof mhltiriitl. Sue 2. U hencverlhe Fii-e Ilid dUcbiirt-.il of his illilies, .shall discover (h-fecLs in eoiia rncliuti oi tiny chimney, or liny pitri of ihe Ut-afmij npparalits of any Iniihl'iiiii, whoreby Ihe sliall tie danger- liuhle lo cioine fire, hu slniM iininiMli DIRECT lift 111 EAST! IFANCY GOODS NIDI! JLJL CO.m'IiETK S such such ftrcure tuut nil ri'ftmeur A Large Stock of Chicago f TOCKuf Milli- to jfc ntclv utility llie owner ur uuuupaui. of. hui.iliiitr the same nnu rentier or heating npporiiun And in cnsu nay fji-rson i nejlec1 tn repair mich defect or iuauflicieiicY with n five day- iiCu-i' Midi initico, il sluill liu duly this Fite Wiirden to ropuir '1 e ur t'jiUHf il I" duui', ill iliu cxpttire nf [in: vilUijo, -Moll uusi' lo to j lUi1 llie of sncli Sec-. H In i-n-R am pt'i'smi ri-fusc1 lo ittlow I he Pi re Wtutli'n tu enter upon tiny si reKHnnnlilo hours, for (lie of in -in cii nj: 11m uf IH-UIIMJ; rud or for tliP pnrjm-e repiu'nnc any itcli-ct.s irhicli rimy have been discovuieu by" Mm and nut ropnirt-il :i> l.Liein i-wjiiiiv-i, liy llie nw.iur.oi' occupant 'no or j shall, on ihi-wif, bf finrd imi Vss i Limn 5 iiur tni.ris than 50 lor each olTi-hf-e, if w.hfit-by madu tliv duty ol I H.iil FireWflttlirti, ir.ciwiMi'funy JMich rofimnl, lo comphiini. llmrvof lo thu I SAUK COUNTY. Villi-gii of llitttdhburi.1 S I lierebv rerlify lh-it at H ni.Hing sif Pri'-tdctii T rupees or flniil village, within llic corporal e limit- of yuid vill.'iyi', nn ihi; at-cmid o- Decetn IH.T A. B. 1872, pursuant to ordinance, paisr-d. (lie ii.it.-3 nnd umia liuinit taken uii tint qiu-siiim ilii-tr and nil tho Trustees voting in favor nf ths Wiini-ss n1 lnim) and ihe ro moral ial of siiid Village, Uii.s 3d day of r, A.D. 1872. G. STEVENS. irt ihfi Public lhaitthcr oprned a Furniture Store in ReeiUhirg, with mm. ENTIRELY .NEW STOCK bicb wl.ich inil i jury and Fancy and tire in informing her Old Friends and Palrous, anJ llic ri'BI.IC COCKAM.Y, ihai with in- ert'asrd facilities, she will IK: able lo serve 1 who f'H-or tier with iheir in point j of Furniture of general of STYLK, WOKIUMnStHP anil 1'KICE. even bettor thiiii heretofore, j [n addition lo Ihe above ilnportanl branch, she !KIS on hand a line stock of Ladies Furnishing IVices shall always be AS LOK AS TUB LOWEST. Mrs. C. S HUST. April 26 h. ISTi Blf Satisfactory Prices. PAINTING ot -shaft. No. '2. nro throwing out writer i sidcroil di-grniling, when- his wife nml at the rule of three hundred mid twenty daughters find no onnguniul society, no gallons per iniiiute. Their horses nro idni-ation, none of ihe of nil sick and they are obliged to employ relifc'i..... none of the upplinnces nnd re- oxen to drinv the wood for their engiiics. sources of high civilisation which IVec- T wns niuile to sny, in it former letter, that tlici'i; wns n truck laid ovi-.r this Tiiiinel i I should have said, a line run. KsliimilO'l cost Twoawitcln-s on tho west side, at n grade of ISO feet to the mile. Track almost all laid dnm secures. year, nnlil culniinat.ing in tho rebellion. They have liopt Congress, hoth tlio Somite nnd the House, in one constant .scene of wnrfnre. And there enn be no in onr land until this aristo- cratic element is entirely Rev. Mr. of Georgia, speak- ing of the antagonism of these two systems, said in tho Somite of the Unit- ed on tho 5th nf Dec.. 1S60: "Sir. disguise tho fnnt ns ynn will, there is an enmity between tho Northern and Southern' people, which is deep I nnd cmlnrmg, and yon enn never eradi- cate '.Chcre is n hostile feeling existing between the two sec- tions. nro enemies as much ns if wo were hostile States. We have not lived in pcat-c. nro nnt now living in peace. Tt is not expected that we shall ever live in IFon Mr. ?Iason, of Virginia, said, in continuation of the .same debate: "This is n war of sentiment and opin- ion by one form of society against an- other form of The remarks of Hon. Gnrret Davis, a Senator from Kentucky, arc instruct- ive on this point. "The Cotton States, by their slave labor, have become wealthy. This wealth hns begot pride, The admission of t-lnverv i nml insolence nnd ambition. As a Village Lots IIST B Clothing, AT T. L HANSEN CO's. lumber. In connect inn with our Furniltirt Shop, we BTO tstablis tnl .t and PAINT SHOP, and arc prep-irevl lo do all kinds of House Sign Citiriage Pikthg CONTRACTORS i Paper Hanging, JlANUl-ACTl-KEHS, Glaxlnc. .nd will fiml it in llicir atlva call. I keep couMHiiily iirf'iafcil tu DII nn Irii shori Bivp me a Finish for I'arlvH-, ie. 1st 2d Additions, ON 1'KKMS TO SUIT Purchasers. HARD WOOD WAGON AND BUILDING LUMBER, nl iho lowest inlet. Mill >i.< Siwitli i if Irontou. Add.vsa. C Limo nitJa'i. Saul; VTis. is the lime tu have your S'ciL'h.--" Mixed for Paints anil a't other materials furnialwil if Si'OLTE. Hardware Store! to SCHWECKE STOLTE, DF.ALEil IX DM GOODS, FASf T DRESS GOODS! liaj a tony in tlie TTT jilrdgf to cive faction to all who uny piironiip as we have pcnn.iMOQtty located in wi-h notii'y the Lntlic best in tlx- lu conclusion announce us uur LIVE AND LEI LIVE." CIIIPMAX. PRIEST i CO. Aujuit 1572. OF 3lf J. W. LUSK, A Complete Assortment of Iron, Steel, fy Nit-its, CarpenterSj Blacksmiths Wagon Makers II. .DKALUK The official count gives Grunt Wi votes unit (Irceley b'l.'vlT'i votes, leaving tho latter votes in tho minority. The Stale Senate will stand Kepublieaiis Democrats 10; Lib- frills '2. In the Assembly, the Ill-pub- liciius lead off with 02 members; the 1 ing and then oh where will Democrats follow with nnd '.he j her rivals ho. Hut they cannot blame Ub'ornls oh 1 for that terrible wave mr, for hnvo I not repeatedly tirgm) bring up Iho honorable rear with 15 them to close up their little burgs, anil being class, who were to live in luxury upon the unpaid toil of the musses, rendered from there hi La Crosso. Truck on this i' that men cherishing the end is tnid two miles west of Glandule, and no more will ho laid this fall. The depot for Glontlat: located at Thorpe's, Glcndalc will bo furnished time table from Klroy. Kirov will soon have the "Lighlcn- renr members, of whom neither Crawford nor Uchsncr is which. It will bu seen that, if thu T.ihcrnla act with tlie Pern- ocrals, the Kquililivnns will hiivo n majority of no on joint ballot, enough come to our city? "Ho thnt often reproved, hnrdonctli his neck, slinll COOK opened his house on the 28th, ns a hotel so there will be no need, I o keep Alexander Mitchull of tho after this, for strangers to go back to for mrals! The Store trade of the little city of KIroy, averages about ?400 dollars per day: nnd that little prairie lot of K. Hart's, which, only n few short months lay there ,HO pcncefully nnd (jiiiot, for weeks pnst, boon u busy nccne ufindustry. Sablmtli School nnd Meetings nro now held in the Hull. The Ladies hold sociables on Sntimlny evenings, nnd cordinlly invite everybody to attend. It is to bo hoped, however, that those attending, will bo more fortnunln thnn n gentleman who attended the first one. Ho is n gentlcmnn in good standing in society, whom no ono ever sn.'ptcted of talcing n drop too much; yet ho fell in- to tho 't'eirilories eHuetiinHy excluded class, tho wealthy cotton growers nro freemen from them. The introduction insolent, they arc proud, they arc dom- (o those vast rnilnis of a privileged they nro nnihitions. They havi: monopolized the Government in its honors for fort.y or fifty years, with few interruptions. When they snw the si-eptcr nliuut to dnpnrt. from them, in the election of Abraham Lincoln, soon- er than eive up ofliee and the spoils of office, in their mnd and wicked nmbilion lliiy determiiied to disrupt tho nlil Cnn- fedcrntion and erect n new one, in which they would linvo undisputed power is one cnnsc nnd but one enuse for this animosity. It is-the an- tagonism between the s'ystnm of aristo- cratic privilege and democratic finality. It is not one thnt effects the African race nlone. It is us broad us Immunity itself." H. Seimlc. Kvery one has his say on the subject: why can't wo linvu ours? Well, hero it is, in jdiiin Knglish, short mid sweet. From personal acquaintance with Judge H. D. B.vuiioN. of 1'olk Co., nnd from n knowledge of his past acts nnd servi- ces, wo venture to suy that us fur ns ability, legislative experience, party fcitlty, nnd lino personal uppcarnneo are concerned, the judge will hmve no Miporior in the coining session: Speaker heretofore, ho certainly lins ono point in advance of his The other gentlemen mentioned iiiny bo fully qualified to perform thu duties i (u n cellcr, on his wny to the sociable, of tho office in stieli n manner as to cnv- j fitiekily no bones wero broken, if er themselves nil over with glory; but theru Und been, we hove an admirable t'Ur uhoiee is Judge li.uiHON And physician nml surgeon, who enn mend wben nil breaks, the lion. JOHN' gentle- AIASBMV. mail from us to gn down 'J'ho Cnmniitteo hnvina this enter- to Madison, we will pin n hnndbill with pfiso in eliarge, met n week ago last the name BAKKON onto it, to his coat- Saturday to locate the same. I do nnt tail. Sco if we don't. think they will commence building be- fore spring. Yours. Asxcjin'uly ilurinjj tlio ntul lio Ims buen sentiment of n-pnhliean equality should settle there." It was upon this point that the eontlict, in its fierceness, commenced. It. was to avoid this very trouble of an tiristooraliis rhiss in the enjoyment ot exclusive privilegi'S. that our fathers fled from AtiiiuHt every nation in Hurono represented in onr luisd, by refugees from feiidiil Europe, seeking liberty and cqnnlit.y of rights upon tho free soil of the United States, These men could nnt consent that they and their childred should be excluded from the Territories by the extension over them of the curse uf human bondage. They to this new world, expressly to establish and to innintiiin free 'insti- tutions, where every honest man, the poor man's son us well as llie rich man's son, the son of the day laborer as well us the son of tho merchant prtnoe, the boy born in lliu log hut ns well us the boy horn in the mansions. splendor, bo cntillud tu rights in the cyo of the lnw.'' "All feudal priviliges were here to be ciboiished. The hoot htark was la he (ts lunch entitled to his dime -the lawyer .to bin fue. The ..poor -woman who should wnsh .H gtuitU-mimVUncn was to have her shilling of pliy jusi- surely.n.i thnt gentleman-wns to receive his thousands when occupying the scn- ntnrinl or pvesidepil'uil chuir. The ser- vant who groomed tho hurses and pol- ished the couch of'his employer, wns tu L-luiin his wnges us through the law, as .that eiiipl-'ycr could claim liis salary when oecupii.-d in. Ihe most DRY GUOCK15IKS, OiSOCKKUV, UK A D Y-M OI.OTH I NO, BOOTS fc SUCKS, Hats BU1LDEKS' HARDWARE! T JS T 3ES 3Ft X3M CS- H -A. "3L AGRICULTURAL Tools and Machines, Flows Cultivators! SlllSL.li-SAi.MJrAI.-Mt -wrr Trr 1 r Window Shades, V ootl-worfi, CLOCKS, Caps, Yankee 01LKD JUISL1N.-' m-T BEST FRENCH MLEHINOS, Scotch Plaids. Empress Cloth, Alpacca, Armurce, Mohair Brocade, Vrlvct, Pique, Marseilles. Brilliants, 4c-. Yankee Notions. Gents Furnishing G-oodB, ALL KINDS OF LltNKS. Table Cloths and Toweling! Ciirtaiii Ac. BILLIARD SALOON, AND Place of Resort, I TAKE tliia method of informing my nnd Ih? public th.it I hare up my building on Main Slrt-rl. in aa mntmrr. nnii supplied tlu-m with two STOVES AND TIN WARE. JUWEI.UY Jtc. resu'insiblo posta of .the OnyprniHOiit." l.uvullc Correnpniiduiice. Mn. havn't noticed any- thing from your Lnvnllo correspondent, lately, and ilon't kniw whether he is (lend or moved swav; 1 ut in the nb- senee nf anything bettor, yon may, if you have n mind, give your rcnilt-ra the result of a few htisty jottings which 1 nnitlo there the.other day. From a stix-.h ynr'l nt. the liprwr end of tnvvn, T learn large numbers nf hogs nro weekly shipped. Hnnfonl hna'his hotel nearly finished 'nnd nn ndilitionr'toi Ma Ijarii. lins liis cneloscd. Tt ia 20'hv 80, tirn'storieis nml Imfcment, Hurl is intended for boarding liousc nnd restnorrtnt. Keith, hnsa warehouse completed. Snnford hns the old Cooper shop ..iiitn .two story huildms 20 40. Tho lower story is used as a Hftnlware store and the 1 will soil TOH. CASH. Hal- it Caff, cbwip- rr llrin iriv mlmr in Iliiw omnnunilY Cn'X, fur I'ltOUWHT UHEAl'tR. In llie rnntler of UUDTS fc SHOES, 1 offer us ihi-Ne Mi-l-c Finn Calf ilcnil.H, SO Stolfll ft-.ol.. 325 Lauics Sui'Ki! BOc 1 50 Ac., tki-., lo end of tin; chnjflcr. IX GROCKIUF.5, I offer SUGAR, If pur pound WlilTK lii RIO tJOKFKE, 55 Uiiinl TEA, 60 mid iill uthrr groceries at ratt-s. Clothing llfeo spccinlily. KAC oSS ACH. I hnvp SUITS FliOM UliNTGBMAN'S FUR- AVc manufacture our own Tin-Ware and every arti- cle Warranted. Cotton Rags and old Iron and Copper taken in exchange for goods. A Larye Stock of Glass, Paints, Oik, Varnishes, and Jfrus7tes kept Constantly on Hand, Also agents for BR.ADI.KY'S PATENT mixed for and all colors. ENAMELED PAISTS, reacb Call and see them. variety of CAS3IMERES, FRENCH BROADCLOTH. CIOTH Waterproof, Corduroy, Tweed, Flannel, Ticking, Cottonades, All of Tailors' Trimmings, Boots and Shoes, I-IA.TS C-A.3PS Groceries Crockery. WII.T.IAMSTULTK. Ri-cilsbnr.-. March 2-.', 1872. 11-. A. F. LEONARD, DEALER IN- FANCY GROCERIES, Confectionery, Butter, Cream SodalpractiCal Watchmaker, CRACKERS, ASD DEALER is GllEEN DRIED 3NTTJTS, Pickles Canned Fruits, Wooden and Glass Mart, NISH1NG GOODS in 1 linvc fnlai-L'fl rn.v Slnre ti: [liutlilc ils for- mer rtnil nm nnw rt'ittly nn nil my ulcl nml 113 nnniv new na I cnn (jut, in Thaiiliful I" public fnrtln.- very Itln-ra] ht-sLovvuil (ill nu- ill liino n of thu .sumo, 1 remain. 'VlKNRY GEFFEllT. .Talj 25lh, We are agents for the Buckeye Mower nnd Reaper, sold iis Dropper or self rake, Case Threshing Machines, Threshing Machine, Nichols Shep- hard's Vibrator. Blossburg and Pittsburg Coal. Agents JU Doty9s Billiard Tables and all accessor ies.anJ shall be pleas- ed lo sen anJ upon tbvm xll JRefreshments, as OYSTEHS! Sardines, Served up in the best Style. Iced Lemonade, Soda Water, AXDOTHKR TEMPERANCE DRINKS. TOJJA CCO Brandt of ami S mule tug. The Best Cigars INRKKUSBURO, AND I KNOW IT! If vou duu'l believe it, come ami trr I E- BULOW, It Juno iSTi. W AlPIXLEY, American Swiss WALTHAM mnd ELQIW, IN BOTH GOLD AJ-'D SILVER CASES A ctmico line of flop Market. Thus far the Hop Market has tiiken everybody by surprise. The unproce- I ilt-ntcit (leclino early in the cents in one (Iny (the grentcst (leclino ever known in this innrkct in a single by a continued HABGER. for IA-: Free Pras, Those who wore nt the Congregation- al Church last Sabbath morning, while tho closing piece was ROOT lending, assisted by li'prcssion from Of opening >ml n wnruttb other than that which came frtnn the slovos. If one thi-ro did not believe in "heav- en, awett wliib.' the choir was price--until 'JO cents was to both dealers and growers. Kijunlly unexpected hns been tbo con- tinued and steady advnnco n-hiuh giving voice to tho beautiful sentiment, set in, continues up to this writing. I "A day's intirch nearer be The explanation appears to be that j bo an incorrigible skeptic, production has bci-n overestimated in all jhe growing sections of tho world, ami, to JJn-wcrs nnd Dealers being awing ha.icrs of tlio flner sorts, both lujjxyy uufo in Kiiglaud and In the coiitineiitnl mnr- Ui-ti. of Kuroiw, (.ogothcr with a small btoelt of old greats )a a largo ndvanco 1ms Inkcii plaw it) Jhe Jjondon market. The lii'cwcrs' Journal, at Nov. 14th, Tn 1STil. ;i yc-ar of large production If Musicus himiwlf had been there, tho rockvt of liis remarkable wit, would, for a moment, been paK-d by tho light of the glowing ipirit, kindled by ancred long; and Common How just this democratic, principle, overarching, as with n auiiiiy sky, all humnnity! This was the corner-stone of our Hopulilic. Tins wns the democracy, s.iercil. hciircri-lmrn, whiuh. Jesus Christ -taught, nml over which our national luit-.nur, "f the slurs and atript-fl, vrnsintcndcil tn bo unturlt-d. liut Satan; sent the ..serpent of: nrmto- cratie usurpation into our to wilt flowers and its. fruit. Thf1 execrable'spirit in-tho most 'iwulignunt form it has ever cuino over here, demanding .thut.the rich might hava been angelic intuition. So b-lieveth'- WOOD HILL. Several in type, art out week. ahoulil live in splendor at the cipcnso of the poor The rich 'man's '.hoots wcro to be .polished, ns in ntd :baronial Kuropc, mid the (nior boy who' blneketl thc-in was to have no The iioh nmn'ft. eowoh was roll tlirongh thu nnd liia'liiutn to be washed, mndhis tn be tilled, whiltf the the InlM.rer tho to U) ili-frnuded-of their "Tht of tin rioli nun, with to move through saloons of magnificence, s'lnry pnhlio Siilonnclief'ii shoo nlinp-next door, not noted, either for sue or cjtravngnncc' in n eontrnst with ih. Snnffird lins put "P story nnd n hnlf front enst of the B. 11. truck'. hits up. qnito imposing building for a Cooper shop. Then comes a ncw.BVacksinith shop. And n new building for meat innrlict. Barney has moved his 6W store down on to Mrin.Street opposite Kletts.; Win lias his house nearly com- pleted. Wisner Brother Imve tbcir machinery set, tho frame up and arc 1 patting the cover on their Steam Saw il S Mill. It is loc.ntod lower switch, h j Among the new business established, v I may be mentioned Millinery by DHEliS (iRGCURIES ttm nuhject to miirtet changes: _ "3 3 g J3 O t. -O If you don't lake in high dade- ecn 1 may write again sometime. >l. Fiscn's A thu by .permiMipa, Up iutke robin fer.reidiig.-mttcr..' It appear-next CH CfJ i have also R fine of Curtain Wall Paper, OILS, And everyllwir asitally Tuonrl in a first claw DB.UG AltP GROCERY SToiaE. Our uttvcnlnees im j adjacent tltat we' choice at both Cliicngo Milwaukee at same .RAMSEY. Aiij. a, 1873. For Jap. 4Green Teas' Tobacco Cigars, Or Ihc fiiiL-st quality and flav-or. FAMILY FLOTTE Conytanlly on liantl, together with all such clher articles as hre Uhiially 'm K First Class Grocery Store. Washer. CB J5 P O m P c o el. g I ;H-J pn- EJ P.I- H TMS' or (5. O n a a o 02. W S- D- SETH THOMAS CLOCKS Eiulit Tliirty Hour Rick rlry ot md SUrer Kmted Wtrt Fine Pocket uncl Table .uJ cdnbrareJ DIAMOND or Scotch Pebble A L8O Common Cold FCBI, Muticml Isitnimcnte, Ho Ye Who Smoke If you to unjoy m GOOD CIGAlt! GOTO OLD FARM FOR SALE (JG ACHES WITH GOOD HOUSE, BARN AND HOP HOUSE, TWO ACRES OF HOPS Will sell on well Irade for gooil CALL A2TDSEC ME. GEO. P. SANPOKD. Lnvalle, Wis-.Oa. Kill 1372. 3Uf Pocket Toyi, and GTwylliing UAiaily kepi ia FIRST CLASS JEWELMT STORE V- cnl) and examine my for I do intend i am alw agent for the WEED SEWING MACHINE. BEPAiRnra ind promptlr donr. Gold Silrvr order. SHOP OX MAIN STREET. VTi-i., Mtrcb 99, 1ST5 STATE OF WISCONSIV-ClraUt Covrt Comnty. Hiram J. J afrtlntl Peter Colliifan. j The SUtc WMeMfta SUCCBSSOnS TO T. W. McGOWAX, Jr., Co., COMMI iSIO.V 31EKCHAXTS, IS -CD'. Dr. W. WH. SAMUEL RAMSEY, REEDSBUHG, SAUK .CO., Si Or-Urs 'to "Boy Rcapactfcnj.-. hnof.ofDen- taken .to select Best 3lHf: Duality of ]T DOW, MORAH ft CO A SD will CHEKSK DEALEBS, CFRcfcr .to Messrs. KELIOOO icctisblin' AND General Produce, j as LIBKIlTlf St., K. Y. i C'onsiffnoiH of HOPtf will.receive especial attention, inrl will be prompt re- turusal the HIGHEST MARKET RATES. Gash Advances MADE, WHERE DESIRED. Otir extensive trade with thrcwgh- out (lip country, enables ua to of soon after Ihoy irrive, the liijIiMl msrktt REFERENCES i. B. SiiraracrgelJ, Bunker. 66 Wall-st., N. V. 1 D. F'uh. Pres'f Marine John S. young. Front St.. Hon. O. A. Andrews, W. A.Whwlock, Prw't. Central C-JfcF.railkM.Sualh St., C E. Bonn, Cashier Drr Goodi Bank, v.hii Morgan; N. T. B. F. Merchant, DC BiiTtir. N. Y. R. 3. BURTOS. Af't. atfiy'S'3 Mnili-mn. V. YOU arc ii-ruby iumwoutJ rc-jwirwd to answer thecomnlaiol of Hirajti J.Wal- lace, tlie pUintiff in Otis JKIMJO. copy of will be filed in the o Sice of the Clerk the Circuit Court forSauk CctintT. ntid you arc reijuirwl to a ycntr answer io the said cfmpUitlt- CM M at his office, in County, within aJtpf service of this oa of ihe dayuf vucli wni if aawcr the saJd complalbt wkhm thw to iW Court for Ube rdtvf IK UM mid complaint. WiiiK-jv. the Hon. Stewart Afild Cnurt', al in Mtd CouKlJ, Ihe dM trf NOT em Her, in Ihe jcv J. W. LUdK, it may Ikai I J. fireii mjtan. Ms the of nnnoritj, _and I ahail claim uij itii earninca; nrr paf ofkiM nor be rc- 'or bu oond'uct. ROBERT i TAKEN Takra up br cidcraifMl raaMiMf wclioa IT, T.-rn 13. ivt W- inr Iho Town at WiwllMd. ib.rt 2nd WIJ, Bull, wuK a oa ftpv ace.. Tb. lake liiat ai Wfar ax PHI UP otwnu.

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