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Sheboygan County Herald (Newspaper) - June 24, 1868, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin TT3YUO Executed with Neatness and AT.'.TJIK Bounty 1 Wotttiw MILE fincftml1 woolen- inanufac- i-1 -.--I T this village, 19th agreo- NO I ICE! of Shepard Clarke, ioth'iV firm ttre requested CKurch in t'tiis" office and' entered' into. a Notts on nh6rt time 'will who oimnot thing good to n. R. TABLE. nftw ICth, 18iK. and until berun SiwbovMKi 00 A. M. and 2 00 r. 545 245 Plvwoutb 0 05 3 05 SO 3 30 COINC IAST. at l> 20 A. n. C 30 r. Plymouth
rocr of and Buffalo Dtreet. Money on GOODXICM i McGi.ACicLi.N-. O. COMB, C jJiecting Aytnt and Deputy Giv.n entire attention to tii.- eollnctiou in an-1 o and Fancy OoodM. Mrs. If. W. MARTIN, will this dny selling her Millinery ami 'Fane; at, ami below cost. Any person, wishing to engftjta in the BUSINESS will find n good opportunity of doing so, bi her entire stock, as she will sol on time to responsible parties, or will ox- cbnngc for rual also Storo and Fix- tures to rent or for sale. Mrs H. W. MARTIN. Sheboygan Falls, June 3d, 1868. DENTAL aad TICEI! Dr. L. D. MoIntoHh would respectfully inform tho citizens of Sheboygun Falls, tlmt he will open over Brbs.storu; whilh' ptiwe will romaiii Wednesday, and Thursday of each week, commencing May 20tli'. would say that he is porma- jated aiftl JSat- i tUat lino au hetiwos Lax giwn funeral MtfejMMnM to him will pronpt attention. for riaaonahle. Fall., WU. ____ M. fiVYETT.- of Badger State Orain, Fanning Mitt, lleruiviag llonv on Wheoln v'rffcMi. Straw CuUon, ICulti- Ifel4art, North Star The Dr neutly toasted tern himaolf, with the aid of oompetent naHi.stant, iico! K. llillcr, ho can wo-.-k HI chimp, anil.ihora' Katisfactdrily than any (ton list. Special 'attention P: AM Fly with Falli, T C. HAWKIN8 luber k r.iu. in tlippiblic that returned from. with stock of Ml LWNERY; A AUo, Pat te'riiii, etc. Millinery Vand notice. Ladioi, h, jpar. done Rive ana, call. Remember tLo plaeo over M ftelisureitbat you nan not "fail, to H. B. umn; and scud for a still and upbn.jtjie; Store. OTCI- Sliebbyjjra.li Falls, STATEOF COURT. In tho.. matter-of tho last Will and, Testti- nont of Guy B. Shepard, tltcenined.' On the'Oth day of Jiinri 1868, Upon Vcail- ig and tiling an instrument in be the, nuhoupntvvu.laat Will and FeHtamciit of Guv B., )nte: of .-the of papers last week', thatrMr. Gibbs' was tti Vulpiin ill the that failed (io.'plrofecttjjfc' building, when 'cii, we- should we- should been can judge ofjmy -susprise tvhen, on tho irods on, Moiiday 'eveiiing' I; of were' the monies. I learned tlmt my 'application had been "recotisidereci.." Suljsesivient ,'devel-j' opinents baye.; :deuianstratcd the fac.t that my rejection was urged ifcy li-'few pup- pets who "run- the be.cause of ray a .Xoclge of Good' Tem.plarsishsiiiulessly disregard their social pWigationa 'and atooji t'6: in- quire whether an applicant a Dcnioorat or a Eepnblican, .before .admitting him. to membership, they! show? themselves to; be utterly devoid' of principle; honor or, com- non decency. Hut suoh is the, case with. Alliance) -Lodge, ;'il' reuiains under the management 'of unprincipled leinagogues, no )iian n bod apply for mem- wh.o is :not '.'trooly: toil' -and: in- full ;with the -'radical :'.r" The .undersigned-', does nQt'.-.fe.el 'J think those having Such feel heavy ehaw. nW, i'! :r .v-. liouao. to, protect, ;wq should, without .'hebitaucyv 'go -to ourv townsman E; liayrilriih -place upon '1 "bib 'Oppfier.1 Scroll agent yietiaiized ;the good peo- ple of H ingham" with, -this spring, but the siinori-puVe thtit as a BKiysproieeticm 'against lightiiuijg. i ..Head his advurtiseincat in another; .cot i; better fill, for will' pave you fro m tf 6? ng' bu'gw'i thfeae: trav-; forcc'.tfejj at any ,rate; A timely fdniilj'i'j.a It- is, an important Subject, and, hi> this country .of fearful thuhdiershoiifers.Vsa 'pierson''is: a'l- i ;'j r Vo.sJ; ;.eriniinabl.y, I'njegjl jgeiit- who leayes h is atte njay For a' tip '.top articlie of Winter Wheat Graham to; Kock'Mills: LOOKS beautiful decora-. tiotiBround'the ohandelier-in the loading room 'of the 'House, attracts 'MJL.is oejrjfiiinlj of colors )of.tissue to the ble -effects of ..in last issu.e to- reply to, the Riverside circu- lar, of: Messrs Hills Glark, I: will say; that smbe'iljeri-satigfactbry' -ar'rangeiherits hay.ing been made ca'rried bo.no further.. neeid the public with our personal differe.nced ice to I must be allowed, inr justi t a; say' iio .perlsovi: can reasonably county, askifor stronger proof oiE-.'myi actingiiu good faith, than the issuing of our circulir.pub- -agree- T t l'.' V T..-. ,W; i. ishcimd lately -tiod at said village of fgan said inst.riimcnt in their publiHhisd a'Aavvicf uuut-ttHuii, yuc i tion of f Hills Hillii resenting other thfings. tfiot.ithe 'mid _ Sheboygar the last Will nricl Testament of said deceased, and. that bo, the tieal Andrew Verburg named and appointed in and.by said Will eiecutor, .and proyinp-that n dny bn hearing the proofs of said Will and Testament It is that. of said in- strument hoard before .the Judge-, of the DouH, at hiBofBou, in'the Shebojgan n said.c.pun'tyion the lOth'day. at 10 And it is that public no- tice thereof be given to' all persons interest- ed, by publiihing.a: copy order for three weeks Nuooesiively, prior to- wild day of hearing'in the .Sheboygan a newspaper at said pillage: of Shebayean Falls." ;County Judge." 'understand the agreomont the Eamef'a 51r. Jones and mysolf. As to' who was instrumental in making the atrangemcijt .referred to. in I their ci'rcnlari'.l would refer 'to Mr; of Plymouth, who ijf the p'arti'es; Aiahel P. August Wijtitim Hertiokev. loniew'Sobaub; Joseph P.; :Pope, S. Thi-mp- MKl; il'-i In virtue of and ptirBuant to a judgement of foreclosure and Bole rendered by the above named Cytft in the aoii jf.3 on flftf of I shall expose for sale and. sell at publi suction at tho law offliie of J; II. Jones, ii the city Friday at 9 abore, 1868, ic in on m, ibetl fas So far as the -personal roputation are dealing; ;l do no t .propose (to accomplish it by a'! riewspiper toootrovifi-: i will be AND fcallylof the Sunday Schools of SlielboyifaW County '..it iq Che townrof Ply niouth, jon-I the' second 'ounty, .Sunday ;.li. road will be taken on an W. D, KlWflAN exoursion Strain '.jio7-- ,-J.V} ioi-ning Cleyebiad, num- were bark thirteen. are missing; Courtlajjtf ofSh :ljy of the. twenty .were picked -Biice; The ni 'and was lie jdonr.tland'8.erew arc- -w.Mch Vre believe is the [For.thc KcraW.] last isaiic :6f the. article having, reference! cUiwtw -rfijioik.n'of a candidate fwm considerable ink-rout in tho No. .8 Alliance Lodge of Good Templars., improvement of ow streets ami sidewalks. Pino sircet in being (Utchuct ontirc length, and 'irraii.- m-> being- coustiructed in. nil of the vil- lage. Mr. Jackson we: thought' a plight statement of the of the case, might not bo uninteresting to your numer.ou.i readers.. Some three weeks'ago; Mr. Little, the PostihfiSter of this village, was proposed for membership iii-the above Lodge, and being, balloted for, was declared by the presiding; officur, elected. He Our friend Keller has wisely cially'notified by of the! to "mend his ways" and those who improvements about stvucted an elegant sad B walk of pulverized limes! ono, Lodge of tho'acceptance of his petition, So far all was legal. But certain ihom- rs took exception to the expressed opiu- iorj of Mr Little on political questions, atif were determined that lie should' not beiariitiated. By their influence the vote, or by, which he was elected, waf re- considered, upon being reballoted for, a sojRk'iont number of black balls were cast taS insure his This was illegal, at it was contrary to the. decision of the (Jrand Lodge, which expressly She objection to any-ballot must b'e enter- on the same evening in which the bal- loting took place.. As an observant caught ovst after dark r-.rc not obliged to take the middle of the etroot to avoid broking tboir shins over ths broken planks. 'Mr Limpricht, is erecting a tine twti story edifice on a portion, of tho "Lurut the lower story to bo ocmipiad by his sons as a harness store and shojt. We hope Mr. L, would have built of brick, as that location is designed to liesom'.' important business block, but we learn that- he will remove tho building he is now [jutting up for one of brick, whtticvor other parties are ready tt builJ a Iriok outsider. block extending to the corner. is iv permit me ifajr and lib.eral proposition and wo think EpiEcppal, Society will have a.table on Ground of Svly, .at which they'Will dispense; the luxuries of the seasbti, suoh as ice cream, strawberries7, etc.., etc., with their usual accompaniments, and also the substr.ntials of'life The; proceeds to .go towards the; erection building for said so- ciety. We understand also that the ladies of the-society intend on-certain warm eye-, nings, the coming weeks, to diapense ice-cream and other luxuries at Chatnberliii's Hall, of which dae notice will be giyon. Mr. Editor, to state my views upon the] he will "move" ere long. The scjoud conduct of Allia-ico Lodge, first, story of his building will be rented for iaisiug that, we are no apologist for tho j offices, the front room has- opinions of. Mr. Ltt-tle. In the first place j rented by the Democrats for a club rooau injite'eeristrubtidniblftnd; firia-ly tpgethisri the evening .present a truly beau- tiful appearance. Os learn that the rejection of a certain gentleman of this village, as a .candidate, to Alliance Lodge; on account -'of his' political opin- ions, created :qutte.' a 'muss'.'.' among th b members'.of it fayorable to his No goo'd result- from any eftort to Bring politics into cbn- flici .with the tcmpcranoe principles. are now fairly; 'at' in th' eir yarij, and during the present fine .weather, aro mak- ing first -class brick at the rate of. about eight or ten thousand per day. They iijtendbtb burn theii: first kiln of one hun- dred arid fifty in.abqat' two-.weuka the Alliance Lodge, was founded by.uoiue few discontented members of the No. 1 Lodge of this place. In the' second place, the Lodge has been notorious for disgraceful quarrels since its first formation. It has been several times on the eve of a general dis- political, religious and per- sonal issues amongst its members. In fact, its salvation at times has entirely de- pended upon a change of ministers in the1 Methodist Church and of religion, as they term it, consequent upon that, change. _ These periodical seasons of fear and excitement, hare always bean produc- tive of a-good1 harvest to certain of the Methodist brethren financially interested in.tho wcifare.of the Lodge, The lastrc- vival netted them'..some'ten. or a dozen members... Feeling strong and confident, ;a's they 'gtrieriilly do upori s !of ordesl (i to undergo, has become somewhat intensified in. its, rigour. But it is only since they assumed as their--seal a pair of asinine iqiiadrupeds that a person's political opin- ions have bccnsitbjectcd to severe scrutiny. VYe had always in our ignorance supposed that a person honorably to lead a moral and temperate life, was eliga- ble to membership in any temperance or- ganization; but we learn now by the decis- ion, of Alliance: Lo.dgc, that to become a member of that. i'umaculate band, one must not only be a temperate man, but he must ;be''oho of the and also have trary to thos'j of Bishop Simpsi Pope. Perhaps there are tv sufiiuienl Methodist Church has been recently overhauled, whitewashed and carpeted, which is an improvement much needed' We are iglad to. see so r much interest taken ia these matters by our oitizcns. ACKNOW.LXDOMKNT; Master G. Bar- rows has: our .thank's for a beautiful bo- quet of tastefully arranged. OKGANIZINO. We learn that an effort is being made to organize 4 ''Grant eliib" in village. A meeting will be held at .the, jSchpolhouse... next Friday, for the election'.; of officers, and perfecting the organiaation. Our citiions aro mik- ing arrangamonts ;'for "colebrat'irig'f- the in" "in appropriate jnanner. Armyi '.acting in ooDJuetion wi tb, our oitiiflns, will., goi up a good thing. -A programme 'of arrange- ments will be found'ih another column. ANOTHBR Viio; President Johnson has Vetoed another bill for' the ,hsas; The .we. chiefly. in i accordance with the fer the: hftiri opt i Works Mr. Never is eiiki-glng !un house by building a two story front on thu basement to bo used for a clothing store. We learn be intends to enlaraf his stock of goods Ir, a short time. Mr. Bridgcman is filling up the officu formerly occupied by Jlessrs. ShepMtl ar.J Clark, on Pino street-, with tbo intention, understand, of putting in a stock of hardware eto. Wo whl: him BVUCCSS in his new buiinoss. Messrs McGlathlSu Goodrich ar'J enlarging stock of groceries and provisions and are doing a largo and in- business. Thay Iiave1'conic out" with a large and elegant sign, one of tho best in town.and people from tlie country cannot fail to find the "family grocery." Taking everything into consideration, village in in wore tioa'than at iny other tiiuo past, history. Though hral estate hire i.i now, it has a decided upward tenden- cy ami a rare oppottnnity is uow for tho investment of capital. Lvsx Kseino Journal says that on Wednesday last a p.trly of boys, while rambling through- iiolboru'rt grove, just at tho outskirts of that city, started up a lynx. They at once oliase, runuing Win around through thu grove. One of the boya got close tisoug'i to grab hirii by the tail, whioli prov-id a bad job as the lynx seizing him by the turned upon him, ek ati'l inflictin i T 111.111 uv biii; MU-I iciuiuiiuir a no expressed views on no htics con- J .T c frwutiul wound, Nothing dauntod, tho to.thos-j of Bishop Simpson their "_' ,______ number of the elect to fill up that Lodge, but if not, we would recommend to the magnates of the Alliance, the practice of that proverbial patience, almost peculiar to the animals they have chosen for their blazon, the asses, as we very much doubt if many will.be found to train .themselves for fit communion with the pure brother- hood of -the No. 8 Alliance Lodge MONTE CHRISTO MASOHIC Mrtsonio at Milwaukee, which was by nearly 400 representatives of 130 Lodges in the State, adjourned Thursday after- noon June 9tb. The following officers were elected.'artd, on'-Wednesday evening, installed by past Grand Master, A. B. Arden, of Portage, assisted by R. Dclos Pulford, of Mineral Point: Most Worshipful Grand low Pease, Deputy. Grand Meggetfc, Eau Grand Senior Hamil- ton', Milwaukee.' Grand Junior Turner, Maustpn. Grand U. Hinor, Fond' dii; Lao. Grand T. Palmer, ...Grand Samuel Tallows, '.Grand J; I'ar- dee, IKardMVSJle.' V N. Sword S. Goes, Iwys still kept up tho ehase, and linaliy ran the ferocious bcsst under tho platform at the junction, where Mr. Watkins shot The animal was over six feet long. Well, of all the ideas, of chasing n lynx and catching him by tho tail is tho heaviest. They are such amiable, dove- like dispositioned critters. Forty of these boys would have made the three bears of biblical history sick. Tlic bears wouLl j have been the ones that would have ttcuu devoured. G OF DoMEhtio It is important for farmers to.kmnv the exact length of time that the cut domestie animals go with their jounuv The following table contains the timvt ol' those which most concerns him, as near arf we can ascertain them: Cow............. Sow............. :Grari City.. Grind John A. Horliok, Ka- oine, and Om ro. deceit, It month.--. .11 'J J-2 Guinea Pig, 8 -i 1-ii" 5.1-2" 41-ii A splendid of the litest tyles and bent of Trusses, liubber Sy M.otal Syringes, Nursing for salo ohaap for oath by Speueer Bros. all kkds of ConfcctionerVi
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