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Waukesha Freeman, The (Newspaper) - February 25, 1875, Waukesha, Wisconsin PiiMiskr and Proprietor. DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF WAMESBACOMFY. WAUKESHA, WISCONSIN, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1S75. 1865. MISCELLANEOUS. 1875." s'irett. Jloust, i-ikch'ar.re Hoitd. 'j-fn- Kcbidc-nce a few vlunaO i vrirMWP. Physician and Surgeon, County, Office TlGn33 M. D. STONE PAINTER AND CONTRACTOR. j PAIX'm-G, CHAINING-. GLAZING LITTLE SITIONS. COMPO- your scrap book! THE KACCOOX. TUB TIKE FLY. I never see any of these. Ivc herd v; M. D., IIOMCEPATIIIC Surgeon. Oiilca over 0. II.! i- WARDKOBK, Vf'n. DENTISTS. vlGn.'JS ATTOKSTEYS. Ti CAKN1CY. ATTOKXEYS AT LAW, it OfSco in. on Broadway, one: door J Street, cue door y.'nukc-yha, rlOni-D H. CAHKET. i Till AM ATTORN FY AT Main's Ulock. Oconomowoc, Vi'b. vl'jn39 ATTORNEY K'iUe's block, Broadway, AVau- f leans npzo- V vlOr.33 an-1 i.f.ne. mar he "Jan. Klj. MUSIC HOUSE, AVIS. Pianos and Organs. PIAXOS: Mathushck, Chickering and Aeolian. ORGANS: Bfnr.-or.T CEI.KSTH; PAI.OEI-.F.T, XAYT.OK FAIU.KV HAY, GES'i. TT IR. IS THE PLACE TO "BUY TO [IE Drugs and Medicines, Paints, .Oils, GLASS, PUTTY, DYE-STUFFS, PURE WINES AND LIQUORS, m ECU MEDICINAL PURPOSES, Choice Groceries, Books. Stationery, Sheet Music, Carefully Compounded at all Hours. Please give lisa ,X TjaiESOK, ATTORNEY AND I.aw, and Nritury i'ublic, Otlioe Vaukcsha, vlunffi F i; ATTORNKY AN i> i I'ra.-'tiot- in i Courts. "McBEATH, DKXTIrfT. urn now prepared to perform all hinds of Dental work in a careful and competent manner it reasonable ar.d warrant satisfaction. 'Jail and iieo mo, over Lander's Jewelry Store, >ooias formerly ocrupicd by Dr. A. Main St., Vi'aukCflia, Vi'i.--. M HAvnaxs. ATXOHXKY ill L-.I.YV-. Courl Culn- rf'-t-ivo und money, make in an-.- in the State. Uenr-rai i H.vin- and j-eilins r-al "ftati-. (.'Hire over tho Xalk'.ial '.Vis. TAIX.O3.3. H MERCHANT TAIl-O-R, in Clotliinsaad Jlcn'3 YvLiicibn, vlGiiU'J i AVau Mnr.n.vni, TAILOR. PHOP IN V.'is. Tl'JnSD TVTR Vnr.T, FASmONAlP-.E TAII.Oft, L i.pr-icd a .-.hop in tho old I'urinKtnn ftand, Furniture Htorc. Jlaiu fctrect. is prepared to i'.o ail custom Vk'.'n ck-ai iJis and dothcj-. V m'k ciicap.T Ihan any other in STONE AND LIME) All kinds and any quantity of Stone such as CAP SILLS, TABLES, PAVING, BUILDING Delivered to. any i-'art of the Village. JKw'Will also furnish any quantity of thn best ,-nmlity of Skf FOR 30 CENTS IN 0 1HU VV111I UUUUL) BUYS AT BOTTOM F18UHES FOR GASH AT PROFITS, j r ig COEK'2 MOTTO: BOOTS SEOES. These animals is Americans, and has on I'nelr t notnike my sister, cos h r.nz-.-i-i.-'ngs. ouly jud the hair wite. A! :i-.cc-.-or. wichdidtknt havei.o rings nn its tail. it wwl pcssnro. 'No; it wnddcnt. for pos- s-.vms t iles is like snakes, only not 1 Vcples is on familiar terms with iv.c- cosiii' cols -'em jus crons. and lets it go at Ursplltc wew'd git rich and be President. Injiii corn is much ct by raccoons, but a Cris- mas r.vuldin is the sort for me and Billy. THE ANT EATEK. soe pkters of this ar.niraol. I j b.it Uncle Xod has sec -em a live. I Onc-j .1 yiir.osof.-T see a live ant run a w-y. fi-it-rn like he had s.'C a lion, and he nut a'lii .n, :-nd the man said wot wr.s he a i fr 'id i-f. fi.r it the ir.cst hnr.nHce. thing in '.tho world. Tlicn wich a j shan-.c.l, ho thot a wile, and sr.id wot did they live on. nnd the ni'n said ants. Then the I phlosofev sr.id how many ants to a racal? I Ar.d the isn.ii said i.-lwu! leu t'uoa.i.-nd hiir.- i tired. Then the j-.liks .for he s.dd thaU wot c--.ll liarnr.icc, id it, yi.H ur.fceliu fo'.Ior, i dont want you t> speak to me never ar.y n-.orc, raid dont you tell any boddy ycr.i have sec me. Ant ccU-hrs -cm with their tongs, wich is lor.g like a wcr.n, and gum rn it, the sr.r.ie as tc-dca longs, ouly they does it ilifi'er- cnt, for the ants isssint serve at their rcssidcn- CCF, but to conic t-> the The catn- it fines a v.ere the :-.nta is lo and ii s lasts out its U-ng, and sV.etE its rvi.'.-. Then ;i ant s there, and looks, an-l si'.-, s t.-i the. Mils, thia lias cv- I "t and s -tie t'-. s'eep wilhov.t fiiiiah- I in-- h s U'.Ht v. erni, i, Is lake w..t is l.-f tVr our IJiit Ih ;y h ,ve 11 got h, Id j f St. :u.il fie e .ti-r '.t o; or..-, i.ne eye j :.nd tuehes a B, ring, an i the l.-ng dr.iwd in i like a t -pr nn-a.-'hui-, and them U a- slon- ish An 1 1 will tell y.i'i ii- sinry wk-li ti'iie. f. r a change. I iibout-er.i ol n-j- bora life. 1 read some were ior iuiy lump, nor any cjji- he lot in, a bcttle and covkcd it up. .-.ml give so iv.uch lite he cud rHc by it. says he bets any thing tint m.-.n wr.s a ritin about reform, or in favor of frcein the nigicrs, but I dont kuo wy he thinks so. The fire Uy is as big as a enr wig, and it is- scst fire ol over, only its wich is jus the other way with Missis for slic is got a rod bead. 1? yon wr.ssont tole better by me you wud think fire flys wild suffer a good excep in r.-iny vrc.th.cr, but taint so, fur worm nites-vven it is dri they is fuVlest if fun, a d.incln up au.d down, and a Icttin their lite shine like tho parson snys cvry boddy ut. foki-s is to'.e to let their lite shine they jus turns? on their gas but dont lite it. Two men wieh hnJ been to a lection riot home late, thru tho fiV.s, nnd one said other you let me lean on youi sholdcr, my toy, nn-1 wot ever happens don TCU desert a ole fivnil. Wen tlioy gon n inile or two that way the other he said don you git any better, and the man which was i stiiggcriu said not much, I feel like I shnd drop, it initht a been a ofilc Uo, not any pai to ppcr.k of, but it makes me see it .rs til thi miiinit. Then Hie i.thcr nr.ui he new h'ow i w.is, for il was the fire llys, wich was thick ar.d ho tho to one wise man cant mak a uthi.-r m'.n vfl.se. bnt cue fcol can mako fit1 a oilier man. Uf.t it comes t 'i.iv.-1-bs I must ask to be esccws. The g'.ow wcrui is s.tiil by by some fokes t be a slw lire lly, jus it is shiny too, -jiotc, i-.iifl bneos the fir.' flys Ic-iivo ;em of the NCX 51. Wood, weakening the lungs and debilitating the patient. The Majority of our best physicians do 'not docm.it worthy of notice, lor they know it to be an exploded thcorv revived with alleged improvements by ignorant medical speculators to impose upon of sentence and ,e credulous as a means pecuniary gam. Mcdicnted Mr 5s diseased H this ailment is produced by dyepcp- clcbility.thc csccssive of.tcr and other constitntional-troubles, how n the solution of tho titrate of Silver-.p- lied to the throat, or breathed nto the lungs cure the disease Tlio f the disease must tot be removed 'or a. ur, is impeasJblc. By the action of tntQ of Silver or by medicated onstictftmayfor a short, time mo relief, but tho cause not being removed returns. the cav.o known, reu.ovcd, and assisted m process, the aise.se canr.ot be cured IhavD treated many hundred cases ,nd never failed to cure whoa the case is pre- sented before the st.auiua of cMsbtution destroyed, nnd that by means that dc- tB. 1 never L ersunde patients to employ u-e or hold cut any uicouragemeut of a case without a vt-r.souablcliopo.of success. We will be Cor consultation upeu all diseas- es of the lungs, throat, Ucart, nerves, blood, etc, on next visit, at HYauke.Un, Amev.can House, during Wednesday, the 17th of March. 1 DKS. THICK BtRwnn. Si1 A! y F BOOT i'.i.-l. in K-tc-r Mock. Vt'au- and in the best TVNTKT, FASHIONABLE i: and opposite Oaspar MISCELLAKEOUS.__________ V' V i TO A. C. Dealer iu C.roccrics, Provisions. A c.. I-..-: JUlook, Clinton St. MUIWJ PUSHEL, UA. CO. i XXOK HOTEL, NOKTir all newly furnished. 'bliu-. i'r.d livery attached. Icrms re. Provrictur. i llm....-; L 13 A. 1ST K E R S RE ALE STATE AGENTS. n.-lcr i K.xehanci- ii, iel, no pains blc nnd ploa.-ant. ,1. r 1 KKK LUMBRR S, CEAlsDLSS, rrsp'i t Ul l-vs nboi'.t the (lin.'.'it, a feeling of discwiiltirt er along tov.i'Hs evening. In the e-irlv vart of day sired feeling about tho is not the voice organs. ecover their power, hy In the bepnning of vritli a Bear. of the propeller. Bcntoii, in at the the fo-.t of GriBWold on board, and i.IN i 1 'l nd tin- t, c nitc f n r i r th nei i I i I t n Jit lite I tl c ct n h 'hi il i" 11 i t c c i n IP c i t f on IFAKCYCASSIMERES 'li r. ron.e up and said wc-n he seethe Ub-t ra li..ngin -n the for tho iii-u'S had felof. he s.-.'.d Icnseiiiiii -l of t -i i e e "i, f j 1 i il c n i i 1 t j f t Uw D t c 1 '.iica t' t r 'l.Vr tj t bot- I t 1! o c in on B-t tl t- u ii i tc, ,t vou. you n ci i If Me i i o lu'.'i a chance t-j r re- 1. during the irgl.t. the disease no arc felt, but as it erezses thc-c syiii; -t it jJ t r I J X. .STEWART. Thir-l i i t 1 "1 pvt-b 11 i Will exch-nje T-.llov. of the best an-i hi-.nl Plant, PEFFER. Pewaukee. '.s i -i. H.'SEHRT, Boot and- Slioo Would respectfnlly announce to the people that he is r rer-srcd .c. 1.0 all uf GROOEEIES FANCY tu b t n ed th t n r 1 t ct iiu 1 v t 1 le nc ibl ecu 1 c n ro o njm n TV mi r tie 1-e t.-.ken. It is h.irmless in every wli'v: it iiiis iw.-n used for -i'D yrars nnd d'-cd- of the 'jo I i'.r.d ;rreat from iill priit> of tlie country will vouch'for its 'icing the pur- est ar.d best. OR harmless, Is no dr.u-tric violent mc-.uciiie, _ sure to cure i: taken reguiar.y. i'snrt intoxic-itlne a faultless family mU'licIno. t'-e che-.r-esr. medk-ine in the world, -ivi-trwlth safvty and the happiest resu.ts to the most delicate infant Do-s not interfere with business, disirrance ibe system, i f __. i >n t [ICV10 1 _e ti n is in c i ct t a 1 i 1 n f In ['iLitel he rul i d v r 1 nir imn t 1 c 11 ri 11 1 v th rt f j tioi r 1 i i t 1 :ho svrrcioms I e t 1 c.-'Gines T'-i- i e sp-elite j (hp tUo brc.L feet re cold. nd of- ihc hands. The vcre :-nd trouV.ce.'-me. free, frothy nnd tr.sns- TUcrc is won a gnd- nl ger.cr.il dt-bility. r.nd i.urried ci life witi :f the liijimiil h-s he r.c.-c., not I rr ofT'-rs. l-.......- Uv-tr H-arlurky happened .long ,-J bear in the g.ngway. lie be.au lei-sin, the be :r, and the cr-j-.t-tin s..iJ j '-Lonk rut mister, or yw'll got dreadfully bear? afore now Mplicd i -h- he kept on cuffing i the tear', making mo- Finely, when about vendy to h-- tliou-ht lie'-l bruin by prc.cn- 'l.-d to throw a water ?ail i.t him. The force 'f'tl-n threw S, n-luAy off fcct rid he rolled down to '.he bear. Bruni growl and il be cJ 'I ti V i-t "-10 ul i ci- t i tr r r 11 it cud.l.-a no more it ht-op. and w. s- s-nt no left escep j'is of its eloz. wi -h 'if wen the dog step. Then ths di.g ,oJ it'a'ud -aid vou littlefaier.yo.ihnvc a ni-.c f.tc b.-tween a lobhter! ycu see a j i, a.are of'its danger. It i, kLk'and'a'baeklu to fiit a J mere dangerous those disposed ton V. r I never sec wi, went to busincsi tir.d white wasrhandsome to behold. 03-vcr Vr-l.c-lp police police veiled S.nfeUy, but ths po'ice to UM a Umc foot c .aH aroun'l very The whole back of coat one mouthful fur the boar, and he a n.innte in gcting d.-vn lo hide end blood. stop Ob oh all tso svmruoms Ccnsumptlon. j ]p, the man ho r-vl.cd Voi.r.g t.r old. wl-ohr.vc: ar.y troi-.We about Ihc j deck but the bear- would threat should not allow ifto prop-ess, f.-rit is I 1 for the c.tntam ialced an nilraent cf a most insidi-us charac- ter, often serious inror.de upon the i A liit been wi'h him yet but for the rid n haiidspiV. when S.mdusky was hamcd -cnei-al health, as as pirts involved bc- f the way and jerked to Ms g a make scrofulous disease of the blood. LC kiud is c ,11 a it sivl The course adopted by s'cL.ns for nn its mine to be off. f 1 llil- io-ip V.'Jl j------------ _ 7. P lie scU cut. thuts! burning the throat with Sitratc of S.lver fil'tUtT't S- _ _ tf ii._ Uow 1 lock a j I consider Jt out o all blood i.nd rage, r.nd bites and scratches. I yoa not to fool with the heart- ttkfeed the captain as he itev.ped biick and aM.' replied Sandusky. fa :me Rn amy rec a. nrst-elass hospital STABLE? CUSTOM vroi OR nctico K EEPA1UING- Cent-.ins and best remedies by all order to destroy it'; sensibility for the euro j I consider Jt wrong and l :o aggrivato t- ic A. A. Alien offers. tusnio it.-, u j ror his firm of 200 acres on 1, Vhole throat of strength, as you do m Darn- .or ._ Lakes'dc Sta- i3R with you more to town J tcms> Thu inully j Jlt ,n uuruVi for wle farm of ua 1, S. oTtS' i with U 1 UbeSa THU Wipcr.andvris a workin its claw like a pair mnte diseape to l-J renaeiin0 _.; -------___ _f__ not rauam fc i _ i r-.it.nf. Wei. weak.? .paper, aim i is first class proyerty an-l will not i-emain On to jOlarte Stwle's for your Slthers: ;.nd he father did, we, weak? lons ift ttc market. Per particulars sudrtss i- .____ ift nCTT T _ t.r ,i_ 'i-n wi.t YOU hiTC tOUll 1 AS L( har.hriirc and tiaware. irie uimic. A i'- AIA.V ererythingin connection with Ut t.UUrl-imemt istnb'.isliment. u ro wot you i, worth "wltiii cut for much more luuu tton goed -A compUiut, Steeles or your of slthen tc n-y u.u, -v_- it hSii-done ...long in tte .uarket. ThUr ittwk nevr le Iike E0 WL.t you toun 1 As .or ...e-1 t.tca the proprtetar, at _ _ ii-_ -..t flK-n r iTtnTO Uniii COeu JS tula. ..t i 29tf. Waukc3ha, Dec. 8th, 1874-
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