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   Waukesha Freeman, The (Newspaper) - October 30, 1866, Waukesha, Wisconsin                                General Election Notice. 5 is liercby giverr--that afc the General Election to lie held in the several .toifntf -rnrdf nnd election i in the State of _ on thr ?vccccdinif the fiivt 'Mondcv, the sixth clay of XoTember 'tollijvr'KJg of3ri-r 'Jntncr, n nir qr !-w qr, b'd iv by "6 w pt FIT qr v.v qr b'd c aud -vr by Ilousin. 2G 4 K-iiiroad. 20 3 G n hf 5w ys b'-I s by w I'.'id.-oti, .V Town 7, Knngc IS. J Uioor. aw qr nc qr no 1 21 7 hf nw qr 7 VouriLr. qr nc qr '2 40 Ilr-ut-v. ou n nu'qr mr qr 0 S Fi McC'unly. 10 40 McCurtiy. lot utio 10 A L nw qr '-lo tuy qr sw'qr 10 30 con j A Tt-niiey.nw.ir 34 160 j K niiirvi. Vii. f. c int. th'eh j Mrs XoHi-s. SIS 30 5 PI 1 74 assr' j uno- whi; do lot 3, -blo'oli 1 5. Fang'r 3 M 12 72 20 a 20 'n 70 M 01 5 iin 4 Oil in th" j.l.-i'rt- ivin. K. '.'if nn, qj uw qr irhcisc l'-nii of dlficc will cxjiiru oii tilt.- firjjt Moncluv t-'-) if Jr.cu.iry next. 'io nc  'iut'l H.Tint" compriFinK the ol" .lanciiii. M-iiiroe :mti Arfains. in t'ic i-lacc '..r llnnrv (J. V.'fl.b, wlins.. t'-nn Jlrcivtr, nc lie qr of office wili cipiri.'Ml Momliiy nf JaniMry i ]-.t se qr Kelt. O il'Ti'.v. in c A grate ih-iiatcr for Kk-rcnlli Sen.itc qr no qr comprising lh.-.- town? of Albion. Dunkirk, Kiiil.'.nil, i Snntli, n o hf no IlMi-nutifprinps, rliristi.-ina, liouso in JJloominr CrrKiyr, M'-din.'i. i'ork. Urisiol, j Vill.-iunj (Jf EasI fe'un I'r.iirie, IVimlsor, nnd U'l-.-tfuir-j in tlw-oimty of [wuo. in trie' jilai-e of '.Villiinl II. turui ul (.nice will e.xpir'.- on the t iloii'Jav of J.'inunr 19 19 ID _ 2 hope you will-stop Another bj the same gentleman is VvreiLWrth recording. Being -asked 'iiow he ac- cbnnted for His_countrjmeii iaakirjn-so runny bulls, he tell, if it is not the' effect of.climate. I fancy if an lorn .in Ireland he would make j'r.stas This, again, remiuds us of that well- kiiov.-n instauco'-'of wounded "Irish, pride related ofthe porter.of a Dub'lin grocer, who was his'mas- ter, before a magistrate, on a' cliarge of stealing chocolate, to which ho: K so could, scarcely guifty.'J On. being asked to y.-hom he "sold it, the-pride of Patrick Vf as esceedinc'lv wounded. To w.hom.did I sell cried Pat. K JSrow, do you think I was 1866. E" et 33L THE CTT A T> T TTi Qi Q 'T3--TT1 T W PT- A JK, JL .ft 1JM: eg leave to announce to their public generally, tlxnt they are novr Opening the Largest Stock of Goods ever Brought to Waukesha Bouglit on the most advantageous :torms City of. New York, which they tire bound to air the Very x Lowest Prices.1 Brown and JBlea.cIied. Si JO" SO 40 114 1 4 'JO ]4 45 1 89 10 Lot. DIock. I If V." UOV.M.. Kline's I li Ii liovc-e. .lo A Stale senator fnr the F-n.-m- lilstrirt, county f-f in the i-i.icc- of fiamur-l Cole, wfio-e t'.-nii of oNicc win cxi-iru- on Mon-iay nc.xr. A ytatu bVnator for liiii iJK-trifruconi- pri.tii.K th': county ufliru ;i, in tijt; of U'. I.. Uucolu, tenu will on tiie l.-t Mocdity of January m-xt. A State for tlic Scvent.-ciitli Tlis- trict, the of Koi-k. in the of William A. l.'ttrr.-iKrf. whose trnu of office v.ili the j'irrt .Mnminv of next. A ytate for the'l'jrh District, com- fcrni of ofiiee will expire on tue (ir.-t Monday of next. A State JY'jln theTivemy-tirst Pfniif e trirt, the ef.unry of in the jtlHCff of H lEatnutn. ivlto-e tern; of office ivill i-xj.ir.; on th.: frr't .f.innary A S'oiiat'.r for the'J'u-entv-thiril S.'iiaie Dis- trict, the of .Mli-rson, in tli KO D 31! M- 14 47 30 41 la 1 VI 4 oil 3 4u 5 10 40 place of nUirL- -will trj.ire or. thr fir.-t Monilay of .Unuary ni-xt. A State for Senate' Ui-trict.roin- pri-ini: the counly ..f Columbia in the j.J.ice of Jonathan Jiotvnian. iviio---; tem; of oflice wilt extiire ou the Monday January next. A State Senator fi.r the conipri-ini; tlio count i.f Wan- WOOJ.-M..! .Marath-.n. in tin- plnci- [1. M. G, iin.igc IS. J) J ne pt s ]if sir nr 4 25 do HIT qr ne qr 4 41 K .1 Tovlor. e hf nw ur JO llavi.l Turner, -v.- (ir nc 1'.' Tho.- K........... lot IT. A. in '-'I K I1 Tlioma.'. s !il e .-c qi 17 du s iif sw qr .-e qr 17 tio nj cor Mv qr ]7 11 1! e hf f u or SO dr, 'lit no qr' L'a II Ilitker. pi nw qr 20 1 II Tlinnip-oii, nv qr no qr -10 II hflnith, nw qr no qr .fj do n pt nw qr qr 3'_' Hango 13. ne qr cc qr 10 40 II Tlionia.--, ne qr I. I'eii-o. niv MI- J U i'i-ji-'.-u. MV qr ui 347 MKHTO.X-T'jrrr. S, ttr.nge 18. 10 07 15 00 M 40 3 65 S M -0 S 4 7'J iO 30 20 12 a 11 03 4S oii so mane as to take it to sell then, the J. P., dul you do Do -TV ell, then, since you must 1 took it home, me and my oud 'oman made of it." 'iVo eminent members of the Trislr bar, Doyle and Yelverton, quarreled one day so violently that from hard words they came to hard blows. Doyle, the more powerful of the two. (at the fists, at least.) knocked down his antag- onist, twice, vehemently exclaiming, You scoundrel. I'll make you behave yourself like a g'eutlemau." To which Yelverton rising, replied with equal indignation "No, sir, never. I defy you, I defy you You could not do u As I was going over the bridge Sell Sim-tings, IDelaines, Dress Goods, Flannels, Hoop-Skirts, JE'aHTes' Oil-Glotlis CARPETS, CLOTHING, BOOTS SHOES call special attention to our assortment of Woolens of all Descriptions for Meas' audt Boys' Wear. BcaI'ti's'.- isi" CdssfincKa, Sheep's Grays, Satinctts in large variety to all. and at-prices yliich iniistprove satisfactory Having, in tlio'pcrson of G. SPERL, secured AN EXCELJLEKT CUTTER AKD TAIJLOR, We would advise any one in quest of n handsome and A No. 1 fitting suit, to give call, as we arc bound to give satisfaction in every case. Our stock'5n ilusibrifricli eanrio.t be excelled MERTJfOS. COBURG-S. FIG. EEP'S., MOHAIRS, POPLINS, XZLAXG-ES, in short, a splciidid varietj-, at prices which are bound to please. Chas I'atter.-on. pt se 10 1U nns. -term oilic-e ivili expire oa tue Mon.hiy 01 n'-.tt. A state s'viislor t'orthe He trict. the coiintiea o! ami (ireen Lake, in tlic 'if (J. UclV-lt hiirvrnl, vhi.fa t.-mi of office iriil e.ti.irl! OH the Jlonday of .Jannary next- A St.-Uf.Senator for the Senate Dis- trict, COMIJ.rising tiie coxmties of LaJ'rl-sc an'! Ter- sion.in the cf.i'o.'iii A, irlu.-e term -afcffic: r.ill exj.ir- on fir-t .Monday of January A Sl.-itc Senator for the KM Tii.-trict. c-r.ni- Lotnira. 'VI'illiamFl'.iirn, litt'itiard, Mrrinaii. J-.iiini.t, Li-Lamm anil tile liftli wa.-J< the rify of H'aTi-rtowu'. .-mil tiie t.f riorieoa. in the eotintv of in ttie place of i.-i.-.rt. ulir.fc- of olSce will the l-rft Monoay of Jannar.- next. A of in each la tlifi Stnle. .....I 'iiici'" county ollic.-- s are l hall Le ynd taxc-l on the Tftlnc of th.-ir >hare.-s .tf th-Tein. at thu jilace wjieic the bank or I'.inKinx ion is lneatrll, undao: elsi-.rln.re. There rha! lie ke; t at ali time.- iu the oflit" Ln-inei.- of tucl. or l.imk- itji: i Kate, iliaii be traiisact'-'l, a full list iin.j re.-i.Ieni-e-of ail thr-rtiii the nuuiL'-r of i Ji.-t .-haii be .-ubji-.-c to tiie i the-.fiif .-r> to tax.'.- hourrf of eneli -lay ivhieh I le li-K.-illy tran.-acteJ." Section 2. Tiie j.rcrhionp of thic net Fliall ajq !v to al! l.ankirit: ia the j-'ta'.e un'lrr any act of M'in-n the o'Tiier in either a national or iaiii.n. r-liall no: re- f'ldt in the r-aine where tin is the colU elor anil...... us to colIectinL- the tax. n-t" tllo.-e 111.- person asses.-ei] ha.-- rensovej fiuni the town or from the .-omiti- in which the mpnt is inaii..-: anil the count v receiver nftaxc-.or c.tluT aiitlioriie.1 "to receive saij la-i from the collector, may aim have an action to Hock shall be ami remain ti lien thereon till the payment of saiil tax. Section 4. This act shall he Mibmitte.: ton vote of the elector-, of this state, at tin to be h.-M uii the Tucsdav next the first .Mt.n.lay in November.' iiml if by amiijority of the voies piven on tin- .subject, the shall take crteet ami be in furee from and after tilr .late of .such Sccti.-n O. Tiie form of ballot for the of act shell be for amendment wLi ch n the ballot n.-cd at ?aitl chu-tion. tin.ln de in the prime box: and tho vnte.s for and ntrain.st ainendineiit, be contiteil tin" i-eturtted l.r the n.-pectors of election, nnd be by the Lnaid of canvasser- in tiie same manner nnd within the same time that the voles fur :ftate officers required to lie counted, returned and Section C. It .-halllic the duty of the of i-talc. ilinncdiately after Ibe c'anva-'.s thall iiav'e been c.unjilctetl, to cause the result thereof to be J in the oflieial ?tate '''-11...... here' Nonre'-ident; siv qr sw qr 22 40 Kice, n lit r.t: qr .-'e qr 30 Nonresident nc qr nw qr 27 40 (bi n hr'tw qruc qr 20 A Key, sw cor sw qr SI W 0, Range 20. I'.-ir.U- n jit c llfuc qi' 1 X K...--S. lot 0 U ]it w hf so qr 11 do rt hf ri bf lot 3 Farrei. lot 2 ftwoj 11 n iif iv Jif sw qr 20 Jfi F Winlcrlieid, w hf nw qr su qr 20 20 iJo sw se qr 20 40 L Maitin. s hf nw qc 21 4ij J Wiciier. nw qr MV 2S 41) do lot (three; 2S II nw qf ne qr 33 Thomas SuvaL-e, n lif no qr stv qr CJ.-J 20 -.w qr .-w O'i 40 13 61 3 42 2 12 1 "ji 11 O'j 2 12 IS 27 19 63 4 07 5 4 S.1 5 75 iO 15 7S 50-100 4 63 30 94 Oii b'7 17 -13 Ifi T-'J-l S 00 jy 07 12 7u 9 34 4 40 Town tM- A U A lace 3, Iltingo IS. 32 40 n .-e MiW C.co Silelly, n hf n hf JL- 'Lr 2 nw qr sw qr 4 do ne qr .-c qr r, L (Mark, do nc qi-.-w Ivins betw'n K'.-rn Jc Kiuiball, 7 .To ri jit se qr nw qr 7 iV" llutchins. w bf sw qr 7 (lo se ;.t n- hf liw qr 7 Vi' I; Knghuid, jit L- hfne or 10 Itotli. shfn qrtv.-qr 13 Til .llo'sher, sw q: ,-e yj Mary Situuionds, w hf MV qr C, Kanso 17. I.1 Hnhn.nwqr nc qr 4 44 n hf HW qr -1 S3 ].t n pt se sw qr 47 A llahn. nw qrsw qr fi 40 L nw qr nw qr _37 40 do n [ifnw qr nw qr 3S 20 II Corbit, nw qr nw qr Z'J. 40 Range 17. 0 VrnidcrooU.se qr ne qr 21 40 1'Uoran, n lif lot 111 C, Itaage V: 40 40 19 1 10 10 do hf lot 112 SO 40 40 40 Uiiknov.-n, w cjr 10 'Jo nw qr 30 do nw qr qr 17 do ne rjr nc qr 21 lova Jiangs 1'J. n hf n lil'ue qr 4 40 ISt.yle, lot. iinuiliLT Iti, 10 40 Liikuuwu, li'ii M i; w -cc lino Fc by Kivtr, 20 1 SU.M.MIT--TOWU 7, Range 17. M. fi-ac qr nw or JSSlu 31 8 13 ;4li r oJ 1 lianju 19. 5 10 7 40 the ilmll b Section 7. s ttie coMtrart-ti rt frntu that date rei' roved April 3 d, all act.- the ci" this act. 30JST RTCSOUTIOX of the of the of tho of a Kittitimiul roi.Tcntion to ;hc pcojdc ol' the state. KfjolroJby. the tbc. senate concurriu-, TbiU >u the ofiiniou of tho of thl.< of the eoiiytimtiou nf this s-tate ilt-pi- rablc. to more- nilapt it to the present dcniiiiuU t-f j-eoj-le of tlitu state. further. That tho que.-tiyii of n ontit-i.-." or no o'-nvi be Mibmit fed to   cast on a.iid s-haU be made in tbe and canvafs of votrs for .-lute officers arc now made and if a mnjoritv of all the voK's cast on the M'.IJi-i't s-hall be in favor of a ct'nvL-u- tion. then it -hall be. tin-duty of the state canvass- to luaitf jiroclrnuation oftiie. vote, with tliuir de- thereon, aud it .-hall lu- duty of tbo next Leiri.-lainrc lo for the elevtiuu 9f tncmbtrs to said conveutic'iu and for the tiirreof. further, That it shall IIP llie tlutv of the secretary t.rvtatc to girt- notice to I he electors of tiie state of the of resolutions, bv iucorjir.raiiiiLj theni iu the notice to by pivpn li'v him lor a general election to be iu-K! in Muvciubcr Approved April U, Euid flection to be conduelc'l, tho rote." canvass- ed and returns matte in accordance with existing Jzws on tiic subject of flections. Given imdtruiy hand and tlic irrcat 5c.t! of the .rt. ue qr .ieo Miles' cor .-eqr FCI U i'utlen, e hi 'UN qr TOIMI 0 N' lii.L-ley. e jit nw qr nu qr ]j Carucv, w hf nw qr 7 ill- w lifsw 7 N Stickler, centre pt nw qr sw qr S 1' C Jrilvernale, ne ]ic nw qr qr S U'TlloiLii.-on, nwqi-nn-qv 31 35 U, Kaujjo 19. W P liabrock. on li'il n 6; w by stieof, e by j-elierr, s by K 2 2 J ou sw qr b'd n o by Kstbc.-jr. sw by Tucker, to by streei, 3 T W Tucker, on fw qr. b'd nn bv nnd Porter, sw by Hubbiud, 3 I) 5 on sw qr. so by Lain.ne by Fletcher. bi- street. SL- bv Iliver, 3 John Loekw.....1, on sw qr. b'd sw by llubbari1, nw by street, so by Itivcr. :ie by U K, 3 Mrs llubbard. .Mill lleserve, on ne qr. nw by Itivcr, ne. s by Kiinbnll.se bv street, 3 I'ni.i-.own, nw qr ue qr 14 J C Cram, w iif se qr IS 0 05 1 77 30 7 SO 0 70 7 SO 'J7 0 S2 0 54 0 1 7S 1 Ml 6 07 S SI 11 90 2 hi 2 la 2 00 1 3 74 S (15 SO 1 30 0 21 10 10 v- 2 31 4 4ti ;s 21 21 ing." So with that we looked at aieh other again, an' sure enough it was naythcr of us. And'where is tae bull in that It must have been a twiu-sister of this gentleman who, having been nearly drowned by falling well, committed a very rich bull, when she piously and thankfully declared that onty Providence and another wo- man she would never have got out. A coroner in the County Limerijbk thi? sprinjr br.ing ]10W ho account for the fearful mortality last winter, he replied I do not know; there are a great many people dying this year who never died'before." An old-Irish gentleman fifty years in bonds of holy Wedlock, was telling over to his girfs the old story of-hia former loves and. flirtations. Ah exclaimed his daughter 3Inry, it is well for you niamnia is asleep ou the sofa and "does r.ot hear said the old lady (wide-awake, as it proved, and speaking up in the style of Tragedy rebuking Come- I am glad I am uslecp An English merchant gives us the following: On opening a hoshead of hardware, aud comparing it with the invoice, he found it allright with the exception of one hammer, which had been omitted. be unaisy, my dear cried, his Irish porter; Boys' and Youths' Complete Assortment. SHOE'S 'WE. ;MAKB A SPECIALTY. Besides r-.F; kinds of custom work, we hnrc a splendid assortment of tho very best makes of Ladies' nnd Misses' Shoes, Glove, Cu'.f and Goat. Flannel-lined, Fol- islicd Boots and a small advance- from cost. Gents Furnishing Goods. An immense stock of Plain Shirts. Undershirts nnd Di-rnrcrs, and a general stock i''urnisiting Goods. Paper Collars of ten different.qualities. Obtaining these goods directly from the 'manufacturers enables us" to tarnish, styles at lower prices than any otheriouse. -Bsilsniorai Styles and novf hare Brad Ley's Duplcs best Skirt made. CARPETS AND fntt and fresh assortment. Our stock iii general is full to now and fresh goods, which arc bound to sell us low as tho lowest. Taking pleasure in showing our coods. ivc ntc on us before purchasing. SSif WJt! STUD if'TO ANE OUS. (TJELMAN; USOJSTj VJT. Druggists and Grocers 'ITiivint; jiurcbascd' tho stock- nnil: fiirnitiir'i an leased tho tHorp. iu by 0- S. Hawluyj >vonld rogpc'ctfhllj' 'give.1 notice I o people ofi thut tlic LTU recoutly purcliasod A Large Stock of Goods, hifth thoy'nro detcrnn'ncd to apll at tlio 'MARKET PRICES, nmong bo found'a g-oaeral of DRUGS AND MEDICINES oil's AND QJ15 TVc have' also on hand a'cTioicc-stdck of Of oveiy description, BOOKS STATIONERY, Sucli 'as School and IHank Books, Jtc., a ncur am huge .variety of -and Wall Paper. tigoiioriilassortmcriC of PAT -EN T MEDICINES. PIIVSICfAiNS' PRESORIFT1OXS Carefully compountlecV. anQ all orders, tit all hours ciirefully aud promptiy answered. Dn. FFLKI.N-'S PB.ESOKIPTIOXS' To are the aurhorized agents for this county .of chose celebrated medicines. Waukesha, July 23. 1SOU. .1. W. G1LMAN-, TflOS. FERGUSON. inv PLEASE. iS'! STOVES Hardware! Hardware! TIN AY ARE, ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1866! H.tving' tlt'tornilncd to roinain pcrmancnily in 'uukustiiu :iuU having made iirrnngGiiieuts Lo'pxu-- jioods directly oi" nuiniifjujtnvovs, I caa iriiisli tho public with auytliiug in tho lino of StoveSs Tin, and Hardware, Of Superior Quality, aud at prices that DEFY COMPETITION AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, Carpenters' and Joiners' Tools! J CHURN'S, WOODEN. WARE GENERALLY, Vrill please give mo a call, as I will guarantee Good. Goods JLow Prices MEITICAL. H E L' M B O L D FLTJID EXTRACT TJ C EC TJ AT THE OAJEE OF GOOD HOPB THE HOTTENTOTS B TJ O HC TJ FOR A VARIETY OF DISEASES. It borroircd from those rudo practitioners by tlie English andi Dutch Physicians, On whoso recommendation it was omployod in aild has now eomo into general uee. IT IS GIVEN OU1EFLY IN rravel, Chronic Catarrh of the Bladder, MORBID IRRITATION OF TIIE BLADDER URETHRA, FOR. FE.IIAtE WEAKNESS OWN We would respectfully csll I auca-j cf T T FRENCH OTTOMAN STRIPED EMPSESS CLOT3S, S- T T_ T--K SHAWLS; And. tlio Vcrly Latest German and English DRESS GOOD' CHAS. STSIK BEO. GALE OF FORFEITED STATE OrTlCi" OF CpMMISSIONT.RS Of SCUGOr. A.V LANDS. Mur-r.-iCX, Aug. aist. ISuG. OF t.Vjunty Notice gifrn' tttnt nil (ho School. Uni- rurslty nmlSwiinii> in CIIL- Siliuo of iu, nliich buvc Toi-fL-iU-a l.v ol' lilt: iiuiil IKiyiuciiL uf ina- IX- st- j'or tho ho oll'iir- UH! for JH puMic at ilur UtipHul. in lOtli ili-.y nf Uticumbur. A. U. E M 0 V A L i JOHN G. E ISM AN, i j, un Hi-.- uiii iiiij ut -Y. u. J.-TIJH, SUIT the mail took it OUt. to Opeu tllO sooner i-cU.iimicd io cbnmiHicu iit TinrrclmnJ I" 3 "'clocl; A- I'nntin uu from day to day un- llOgallCaa til all l.iiid have been so Haid An apprentice sailor-boy fell from tho round-Lop to the deck, stuunfccl but little hnrf.. The captain'exohiim- 0 N I qr 5 10 oS 4 27 74 S Jolm (laic, Jr.. A. llav.-tow, and Kubt. LocU- "'uoil'.s I'lM ol' I'l'.iiriuvilic. Lot. Blodc. Auit. 1. Lain, L'ukiiown, do II X tnknouM, U 11 Uarnow, do I lain, T 10 F A A. A U North-weM Addition to tlio rial of rroiricville. 1 T 4 44 i T Jl I'liknown, it i: Co.. J IV Tlioma? S U liar.-ton' do do r T V Y Y Y 0 40 ti 40 25 IS 0 30 but little hurt.' ed ia supriso VVliyj where did you come from the North of Ireland, yer honor ivas tho prompt reply, as the poor fellow gathered him- self up. Tu practical bulls the Irish arc ereu more i'anious thaa ia those merely logical the richest one-we ever heard was about a poor Irish peasant who was floundering through a bog ou a small ragged pony. In its efforts to push on, the animal got one of its feet entangled ia the stirrup Arrah, my exnkiimed .the rider, if you urc going to get up it is time to get, down." grasshoppers nre so plenty as to make pastures poor, turkeys grow fat. Ouions, finely chopped and mixed with Indian meal once or twice a week aud fed to fowis, prevents tho gapes, and ninny other diseases that fowls aro sometimes subject to. buLJ Anionx arc tli-; tin- county of wliif the price named opm-ito unc v.To.lal.aiiiuuut, due in Lil ng rcruuTcd into dupcriboil in will to uiriTutl at Iracrt. (uiiiliT tlio which 'in- -------......_ t'uili: of I Ihu inturcst on thu Aininp 1st. nil taxes wliinh liave the (ami and unpaid, the COM ol' three per rent. Said lands v.-ill he jicild lo all unpaid the fame nut ineUuUi-.l be li.tcd bv tiie :I.L the TIIOS. H. AIJ.KN, J ConiniN.-iunurs fif TIIOS. H. AIJ.KN, J ConiniN.-iunurs of V. K. Fi'.hool and CHAS. Jt. Ull.L, L'uivur.'itj' Lanili. 'J7wG 'Advert iacnic tit of .Luinis In [i LEONARD c hfa lladfield's Old Stand, Is now prepared to furnish tho tradingpublic a Claoice Stock Store in my new Stouc Tjlonk, n Jfficiij uii Mill t-trciit, "tt'auke.-rha. the Po JULIUS KEISE. Jjimiary 9, ISOa. 44 PERIODICAL DROPS! THE GREAT FEMAtTE FOP OF Forfvritfd Scliool a elif -c a'o. of pIIILLIP MILL STREET. WAUKESHA Tlio undcrsifned. after a protracted absence ir the fervico of his country, has rejllinrd hn3ine.-s ai his old stand, and i.s prepared to f unish ali kiiuls ul "nLdivi.-ion of lots I, 1 and part cfo in Wnck X, of -Notlnvett AdUiliou lo the 1'lnt of I'rairievillc.- yu'i'Uian, 13 XA 1 70 uo 14 XA J 70 lukuown, t j rial of West 1 Vultnmvn, 17 so S.) at Madhon. at th this tith day of TilOS. S. ALLK.V, Jiucretary of Waukesha County, ss. OFFICE. L'O, ItfOlJ. Noiicc- is hcrnby pivcn tbat the above memionod election tv-ill he hold in the several towns in 'A'au- county, at the l.laccs [n-cscrjbi-il by law on Jhc Tuesday succeeding the liist lloailay, licinf thu of. XoTembrrncxt, for dm election ol'the nicntioued officers, and alfo the election of A Sheriff, m of Albert Alden; a IIcEistcr S.1I. .DiMrict At I Cntli-r'5 Adilitinii Io tbc t'l.nt oft' II' Trout JW ft Luck, j l-utk-r's fi-coiul to tin.. Hat of I'mincvWc Jauiesllurlliut, uiul, '1 7 Cavi? k Ilrisslcutncr'i Subdivision of lots 2. 16 i and 17. Mock 7.in id tu tho J'lju of I Dan. do do do Cutlrr i Drtkin'5 Aildition to Tint ot'l'rairieTitlo. 3 A A A JL To order, and on very reasonable terms. BUREAUS.. STANDS, .Vatfc to order, and LOUNGES. ClfAfJiS. alti-ays en hand. COFFIXS FCRNISIIEn TO ORDER. All kinds of iroik neatly and promptly executed. Cane-Seat CHnirs Bottomed and re- IJ.Tfrcil tlic Latest Styles. I'LCASE CITE ME A CALL Waukes-ha. October 1st, '1S06. PUILIJT IIEPP. sotr Wilson, Cii'O Ml, U 11 J-l 10 A 1> ienton. uncliviiled hf Mlnlutlcr, do. L Coodnow, eui-r.scnoo 15 n 20 D D )i D 11 1> K E JE E K B 'a B 3 5 3 67 3 so 2 M 2 5J 3 .203 2 ia li 04 a 04 3 US 4 s-2 35 SI 3 P5 0 U5 TiV CIRCUIT COURT, COUNTY OF WAliKBs-HA, WISCONSIN__The State .of TS Uconsin, tu Viola Lowry. U. S. ilcveuucou originnl canceled.] Yiin arc hereby -summoned and required f.n nn- the complamt.of John Lowry, the plaintiff in this action, which complaint, is filed in the office oftiieUleck of the Circuit Oourt for the county of WaukesliM. at iiis otiicc in the villnjfcot' Wankesbii. in Miid county of Waukesluu nnd to serve a copy of your answer-to the said coriuilaint on the subscri- ber, at his the village of in: said county of Wuukesha, within tirentv days after the servicn hereof, exclusive of the such ser- vice and if you fail to answer the Paid complainG. within-tlio time oftires.iid. the said John IV. phiintiir, will apply to the Oourt for the relief dc- mauded'iu.thc colnpluint. .Witness, tlic Hon. Arthur Judgo of said Court, at WnukeshJvthis day o 0 Uj temtcr, A. D. one thousand- eight hundrcB arid ;e. f'ali-iix, .VBRSON TIU1IEKOR, 5 Si '-'SiTf Flainfiff's rtilicatc, l-'7 -N'o.-orilurys, 'ani'r. ducTi-D- OU :.-am'r ain't ol' 10u au'i'i nf itilcuest. penally, taxtf.-: nnd ad vm-r .'i-'J o-J: fitrii ain't due f-tait1, 3U years :'or v.-iiirli due. l-jj'j. LEONARD ?e ?c N'o. of HO tovrn n, 'JUc. scc'.ion of -.u am'tdne. co 00: iuirt of interest. 06 c ain't oi penriity, l-'ic ain't of interu.-it, penal; v, taxes ami ?'J totnl nni'i dnV StJitu, Uo years lor whieh iuti-'.-eot ISiifi. C. G. MA VI-: Its se >'o. of L-oi'tilieate, oOri town 7. I'Je, section 1U: No. of" -10: ain't diwj. o-.i jcirt of ?6 -17; ,-irii't of penalty, .fu OJ j nf intere.-f. and ailverti.-OngY fllirui! j 'tpral -.-inrt .duV State. Jlo-t years for ii mterest-is due. U'.M. .M. nw'nw oT c-erfifit-atc-. ;121 town (j. ruugy 17o, PccLion JO; ND. of acrw. 40 ani't dui.', ?01 00; am'rof interest, JO inirt of penalty, u-'i ain't of in LCI-UK t. penalty, t-iis- c.- and advertising. J'J aiirt So" 'J3 yc-avs for wliich is due. ISO j. M'M. M. nw; No. oi ecrtilicuto, 32-J town S, range 17e. seetinii 10 No. of aeres. 40 ain't 00; tuii't of J'J ain't DRY GOODS! Of the latest styles tiud atid ai LOWEST PRICES! props ;irc a coinponiuloil (Ju livopanitioii. aiut byttcr PuwderiS i Nostrums. liijiiM. their a'Jtiou i.i Uircct .in positive1, a iTiiaMe, an uurtntii for Of aU olj.-tniction'.s :ui supjii'ussitiiis oi'naturo. Tliuii1 j-opuliirity is inclicr red by the that ever tmttlu.s aro annu ally 50UI iui'.l hy ttiv ui'tJie Uniti; j yvery one ni'wi'.niii fpuak in (ho j of preisL- nf tlnjir ini-nts. Tlic-y arc rap idly taking the placo oi'evcry othor I'cnia'.o roiucdy juid arc l.y all who knon- might ol'thcin as sarcptj ami uios't in rhn lor euro of all fcmalu comiilaiut.- thu rvmovnl of all of natiT-o, u'nd rh. Iirnnioiion of health, reirulnrilj- and strength. Jix plicit win-u tlir-y may bu u.seil.aiu whun auJ they should not. nor can not 1'L- U.-I.T! u-itliout jiroduciny ctleL'ts contnu-y njituru'd t-liu.--en laws, will found earol'iiHy fold ed aroiimi liwrtlc, >viiii the ivrittnn o. L. Lyon. wirhnut nono aru crunuini1. hy.JOMN f.. LVON. 3'Jo Char.fl llnvn, be eonsuitud citiiur or by mail. .stamp.) conci: HoMby i.'vnryivluvr... ['ncy, 60 per bottle. Q. OI.AKK i5c CO., (JfU. forU. of penalty. .H 1 and advert i.'in S'-U yeiirs Jbr MORTGAGED -SCHOOL Js'CWID. penaltv. tux- tola! ain't is due, 1SOO. LANDS. Also, a good assortment of IN CIRCUIT COURT, COUNTY Of U'.At'KKSFiA. IX The State of to John iK-funttant. lOeciiLC.S. stcinif) on You arc :nid rmpiirci! the oi the ptniutilf in thisartion; which cmnjskiinl. is filml in tho o.Ticc of the t'lt-rl; Oourt, in the. town of of ycuc to tiie FaiJ complaint usi the nf. his ofiicc. tliu villagu of in sai'l County of within tivunly dav.s after the hereof, exclusive of dny of sui-h jjcrviuo and if yoii fail to unswur th'; >ai.I i within tlic time aforesaid, tho said .'ilar- j plaintifl'. will apply to the Court for thu relief dumandijil in thu complaint. rhe Hon. Artnur of said Court, .ib this fniu-teimtli ilp.y of bur, A. ouu hunilrmf uml sLxty- tix. YEKNON TICIIKXOK, 2SwG I'Uiintiir's Attoriiev, AVuukuslni, Dress Goods, Flannels, Cassimeres, Satinelts, I'KTKR L1'; Xo. of'certificate. 40 r.owu 7. ran-- 17: ain't duo. ?-'J7 00 am'; of ii'jj la'iialty.'si Llia'iu'tof Luxe? and fu K tural lau't duo .-f4-J O-'J. fur which in- i.-; duo. ISAAO no Xo. nf curtiiluatf. 'J27 (owa 7. range seutiuii '24 due. 00': a-.u-'t of interest ti4 UO ain't nf ponatty, UO of interest, penalty raxo> and advortl.-ing, S3- total due S3; yours for which' is duo. 1S6U. VILLACTK OF DELAFIRLD. JUUAXXA 5. block 3 No. ..of ccrtifi- iuterostj itm't Vf; of iurero.-E. and auvimu-iiig; ?-T total am'c due tftnto. S'4li 03; years for wliieh'iatcrest id lot C, block 1: Xo. of cato.-iJ; ain't duo. W: juirt of SU ain't of penalty, fl ll; ani't of penally, unit cJ Oo: total dtic State, f4J tio; yenrs 'hitcrebt is And a splendid stock of lEiOOIP ESI-FS The Latest Styles of SPRLTC and SUMMER GOODS I FOR LADIES' GENTS3 TTEAR. lyj-ANiiocm: HOW LOST, 0 W REST O it ED imblislied, edition nf Dr. d bv reu mdulirer.ee or sexuiil extravagance. Price, iu a !ealeil envelope, only G cents. Tiie celebrated author, in this admirable dearly demonstrates, from a thirtv years successful iracticc, that.thc. alarming of sclf- Alinsfi-uiay foil tiie dalitroV- aXis-.iisfci'of. infctftrial.' 15is till-., hpplicc- ion of the knife, pointing' out a mode of at onco certain and effectual, by which evcrr lllferer. no matter vrhat his inay ure himself. privately, and radically. .This Lecture should be iu the hands of "every- lan iu the land. TSent under.seal, jn ajila'm envelnpe. .Jo SUIT nil- ress. on y addressing the publishers. UI1.VS. J. 0. KLf.VE c_t'0., 127 ton-cry, York, Post Boi All of which Trill bo sold at a proportionato ratio to the late decline in goods. Tho HigJicst Cash Price always Pa r' 'for Sutler and- JSgys 1 Remember the Old opposite my old place of business. JOHN G. EISMAX. April 21, i505. Grammar School. FOR YOUNG LADIES AND GEXTLEMEN I.V TUB SEMINARY TVATJKESHA. J. ?lARsir. Princijial. MiSS K. 5. SCRIBNER, Ass't Du. Uc'JO PIIILI.ER. Teacher of Gurmun i: Drawing. Payable iit the end of the Half-Quarter. Primary 00 Advanced 600 Piimoforte, S 00 German UinyuJige........................... 5 00 XM' No yxti'it chargi- for Jt'ruueh, JUook- Ket-'jiin.L', or Vocal Music. -ti'Zf" provided in private families at ?3 00 The I'rincii'al oi'thia Scliool about IS years to the business ol teaching privatu tcboobs, aud ha.-- always succeeded iu nmUintr quick and thorough scholars-: in ereatiojt iu tlism .1 Jovi for their .school ;md their lie fur at the lioaU of the Brooklyn Grammar School, one and Bearing Doicn) or Prolapsus Ut-criy ISEASES or THE PROSTRATE GLAND, RSTEXTIOX, On IXCOXTIXK.N'CB OF UllINE, nd all diseases tho aid of a diuretic arising1 from a loss of ton a in the parts concerned lu Its evacuation. IT IS ALSO RECOMMENDED IX CASES OF DYSPEPSIA, CHRONIC Cutaneous AtTrciions antl Dropsy. To cure these diseases ve ]auet bring into action the muscloB which ara cngageil in their varioua functions. To neglect thoni, howover slight mar be the attackj is sum to affect bodily health and mental poiTers. Not only iJic iiieisest of Goods, but the very! Cheapest in theCitv. j Tl'c tho oli'.v Bn- ConJ.! that import tliciro-.vu'KO'jJi. fe 3 1 In i'., t J ta J? LOW: KIiJkUBEH CoJ EAST STREET, HAin'KSTKii OUR FLESH AND BLOOD AKR BCTPOHTED I THESS 80UROS3. PERSO.VS AT EVERY PliRJOD OF LIFE from Infancy to Old Aye, nd in crery st.ite of boakh, aro liablo to bo nub- jccts of these -.lisoascs. TIIS OiL'sr ix lUir LVSTAMCII AUS L'MKrtowx. bi patient nM, howcrer, an aduiirablo remedy In' call betaVL'il bv THE MARSH ll On c- of lln'in C.-1H now l-o s-. It r.-.p.iri- ilinr.ry j-nii-01 d.-iy i- the Jay loifl vi-i-y IiinJli ii'-..; t'lis O'jUIltv wlni ,-u-v Irapro vedi'Horse-Pitclifork, Which will a ofhay in f.rar .'.r a J'-'iv mere -jl" f.tpi-'L't to foil .'.00 of tli'-.-L- in ll.i- COOK'S SLO.Vi; KVAPOIIATOR Of VICTOIl MILLS. (Rochester, 1 ISGr MACHINES. A Cl-OVl-IPv. That will thresh asi'.l hull Is I vrould say to the that I SINGER'S M1PKOVED SEWIXG MAfiDB] With a. supply of ncoJl-'E y. F. i< Waukcsha, July 23, IjuC. Wheeler Wilson! Fluid Extract of Bucim. PhiladelpJua Ewning Bulletin torial, Sept. 15, 1865. of the larj city. He taking as nearly like that as circumstances ivjJl private schools in that dt'te.nniucd to make his present under- penult. can enter at any time. Monthly reports of the uouductund standing of the student will be sent to parents. Good morality will tauglit and expeeteii. No rcctarianiEin countenanced but it will he tins elfort of thu teachurs to make Christian Indies and gcutlcmtMi of their pupils. COURSE OP STUDIES. Ppplliujr, Orthri'py, Reading. Writing Goopraphv, Uriinnnar, HirfLory. Aritumctft. Algebra. Natural Philosophy, Stenography, Rhet- oric. Declanmtion. Composition, Buuh-Keeping, the Latin, French and Cieruian Languages. TEA RED FROST STORE; Main Strc-e1, We invite tbc public to call .it our Emporium ,ind xamiae, the Cheapest Stock of 'Teas ami 'Groceries ever -offered' in the" West f AT ITHbLESALE "AND RETAIL.1 n2fi CO.- Geniiiue Preparations. His Solid ana Fluid "Extracts embody the full strength oftiie which they arc namcil. They are luft co the of all. A rwiflv and conclusive test of their properties will be a compar- ison vith those set forth In the Uniced States Dis- pensatory. Thesu reniGdics aru prepared by II. T- Ilehubohl. a drujjSist of eixtuen years' exfienatice in this city, and wu bcliuvc them to bo reliable: in fact, we have never known an article lac'tint; merit to meet with ;i purm.iuent and 3Ir. Ik-luu boM's success Is certainly priiua facie cridence___ His Drug unU Chemical Warehouse, Ju the city of New York, Is not excelled) it' equaled, by any in the country, and we would advise our readers, when vJsitinff that city, to give him a call, and judge for tiiemselTOB. HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT OF BTJCI-TCJ, in this cour OP thorn in use and Europe. Tleso aru the only machines sift the Lock Stitch wiib tiio Rotaii'l Hook. Are profitable ami available s i time. Equal to ten seamstresses. An annual dividend ofi.'Oa.'J per ceiit. (on their tuny l.u o: their possessor. The Class Cloth-Presser, lar.) cau onlv be had wilh-thc-e Jlac Tliey Stitcli. Hem, Tell, G.-iihcr. Hie Oompai [rhines an in id foreign Companyinake? antuially. and i: is ivitli No. 1, Silver I'Ut'-ii, rritl! Glas.- 57S 50. No. 2. Ornamental r ;md Sij'.'.o Cloth Tre.- and IK-ni delivered aud instructions jtiven. GILES C, DAN-A, Agent. UL let jvcry vronian in cou at tho pro-poet ofalvvny.-: li.ivinj: a with. _ics Uroyiu arrived. It ?o thai ov'.'r.v f- lave ;i new broom as olrvn rhey t. .The agent oilers this C'jnuty ?l easonnble nniJ as will ntoevcryfaniily.it trill be a i'I or some oue to id. Exchantre Motr-I, whore he will o'sliow you bis aud frivo all uc1" ormatiL'n about the to ike to cnaas1' "l 'l'-llis ifi ai1 .11 other Urooui and superior w f thu kind ever buforo iuvouic'l. This wa-i UJulyO'J, AND JACKSON'S Put up Iu I desired, or by.the if 7or I 6wa bottle, and get a httlc to trv I Prepared and ?cM by   

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