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Central Wisconsin (Newspaper) - December 12, 1857, Wausau, Wisconsin (Kentral LOCAL D. MAMTIW, of Point if mr autforisttl ast'nl at Ihu! pl'icc, lo procurt and for on nutiKrip- tion. CarrerponJcnti vtill pletue remem- ber that toe r'.'jtiirtc Ihr. genuine name oj all for puMicatiou, but for our private uxe. Saturday, t'3. VST There is not much regularity jot in tlio arrival of tho Ontonagon mail. Up to this time a su.Ticicnt num- dcr of "packers" have not been employ- ed to carry the mail from this way, and between three ami four hundred pounds hovo accumulated here. I3f A party of men arrived hero last Wednesday by "Foot and Walker's line from Ontonagon, which pluco llioy left on Monday the 30th ult. The party was conducted through by Mr. B. DIIA- IEK, formerly a resident of this place, and who linn long been fiimlllltir with the trail. A Villnye Tim citizens of Wausnii shuultl or- ganixe a society of kiml without lay. Nuthing better opportuni- ties for spending n portion of the long winter evenings than such nn ''institu- tion." Thoni aru a sufficient number here, both "uld men and to make tho meeting profittihlo and interesting. THcdlclncs. Tlieto valuable preparntiont should be kept by every family, and provided for the traveling CMCI of who in- tend "prospecting" into new mcnt. All experience hiu> prorcd and taugljt their superior efficacy in all scrof- ulous discuses, anil thoss aunoyancen wliich arc peculiar to young women at the central period of their liven. For the euro of dyspepsia the Moffat Life Medicines are radical. The "Wan win." Wv li'nrn from dipt. A. KooD that in Ihu name given to the now etcam boat which Roon SfooNKn Imvo run butivc'cn place anil MuHilll't'. Tl hnrd tn iinikn n river fmt it SVIIH BiiUu-iuiit trial has huen Hindu with it to wnrr.int thu buliuf that it will prim; ov- rry rllicifii'. for tlio wrvio.'. Th'> pc'tijilir of WaiHiiu should laki- tht1 nami; into cuiiMitieratiun, and tin thu "fuir on til" (pprniiit; of invitation. iiil'kllMI of Mi.11 CoWLHS IUT from indnf-t th" tral neither '1'iv luir dm. we inimiri! th" BY virlirn nf n writ of oxccution issued out ol'lliu Circuit Gourl fur iho couli- of Marathon and Slato of Wisconsin, :o rnu diroctocl nnd delivered against ihu jidrsonal and real property of Denial A. A. Oiirncs. I have srizud and lovind tponull ihu inlorusl which Ihu said Dan- A. A. II. lla-nos hiid on Ihe 17lh Jay nf A'lijuat A. U. 1857, to tho (ollowinjj dosi'tiliuil ri'iil properly, lo wit. Tho west half of Ilie Island at 15irr Hull Falls, on iho Wisconsin Iliver, in iho Stale ol Wisctinsiu, upon which llio saw-mil' Unov.ii as the'Crosby Lonp saw-mill. eri'Clcu it; tlu1 suinmer of A. D. 1811 iniFcihcr with all and singular tlio privi- IrmiH aiu! apjiurtcnnncea thorounto bo- lunging, which I sliall expose to sale a 1'iiblte ViMidnc, at my ollico in llin vil- laK" cf Wausau, In said county, on Iho Jay of January A. 1858, at two o1- at a mutter of kind whii-li the no lice Imi. way ol' elnck in the afternoon of said day, lo iily saiil execution nud costs, as Ilia law Da'.cd Sheriff's Office, Wnusaii, Dlar- .ilhon counly, Nnvumher IS, ItHflV. (i. L. JUDSON, Sheriff. L. W. vim, just open- G Uml. 30vvG n iii-w b'ujk-HtuiT ;m Main Siri-cl in this vilhjji'1, and n gen- eral in tli'j limiR and stution- cry lino o( trade. His preni.Mit stock is well st-locteil, nml if h'1 iN.xuinitey to keep so gnoil an assortment ive havo no doubt of his success in Iho trade. '8'am-ii. IJy rcforcnt'o to our nilvt-rtising col- >imnn it will bo su'i'ii that a now hotel has boon opened by Mr. S rtniKM Duri- KKK, oil the main road U'adiui; from this placu to Stovenw Voint, and about ono mile north of Full City, Mr. DUHKEK seems to be awaro of the times for he proposes to take pro- duce, if desired, in payment of billn. Wo wish him success in his new occu- pation. __ Wo publish this wook advortlso- rncnin of salus of valuable roal rslata in this by Iho U. Df-pl. Marshal, un- der Iho head of 'Lftga! Advertisements.' ryUrmernhcr tho party at iho United i'taten Hotel next Knil.iY evening. ry publish wtfck under vho hotul of '-Now Advortiiomf nts." a no- tice of CONRAD ArrnKVs ''Nrw and Tailoring to wliich wo invito particular attention. Hy reference to Ad- it will bo siv.-n that ilrs. U. has jujtl. rt'turncil from New York with a splendid assortment of "Millinery Pross which will not fail to the of our vil- Giesler GROCERIES 1 In Point. THE undersigned most lespectfully in- forms the inhabitants of Marathon county, that be keeps on hand awl is con- stantly receiving at his on the Public Square, between Main Market streets, all kinds of In the above line, with which he will sup- ply FAJtrXIM M4 TBADZ, on the moat reasonable terms. His stock ii lurge and well itleeted. A genuine assortmert of THIS WELL KNOWN STORE IS again filled with a splendid itock of State Insurance Company, Aladlson, Wisconsin. Cash Capltafp'dln, DI A. L. COLUNS, Ll.OX.VUD J. H. K. LAWIILHC F. G. TIIIIITC, E. W. KETKS, A. G. GniDKET, A. II SCOVIM.K, II. S. DuiiiXn, A. HTATT JiMlTfe, J P. McGiiKuoit, A. L. PuiTciiAnti, W D. iMcIsiioi, L. C. HriiK, CHAIIT.KS DOTT, Madison. ;LL. do. do. do. do. do. Racine. Janesville. Portage City. Wattrtown, Wausau. Belnit. Menasha. He would solicit particular .attention to his large stock of WlNESgLIQUORSv Fiom the fact that his facilities for obtaining PURE 'efBWiJinrE' Importe I Liquors for Family and Metfidnal purposes, are unsurpassed by any in the west. AH Liquors are Warranted to be as Represented, F. A a o o M Flour, Coffee, Syrup, Vinegar, Lard, Stcrint, 4" Tallow together %viih every variety of Dried Fruit, Preserves and Pickles, Prime Pickled Salmon and Mackerel. Of every description ifcc. Hegara and Tobacco, Powder, Shot, Jllso.an endlem vanety-of Pork, Teas, Molasses, Oil, Hams, Sajeratus, Fish, of all kinds, Butter, good THIS COMPANY will insure against loss or damage by Fife, up on most kinds ol nsuruble property, at reasonable rates. To those waning Insurance, It presents nil the advantage of an Eastern Com- pany, in having tin ample Capital paid in Cash, while its stockholders are easy of ac- i-css.and in case ol amenable to our laws. A. L. COLLINS, Pren't. JULIUS WHITE, Sec'y. Ip-Applications for Insurance received, am! Policies issued ASA LAWAENCE, 86ool3 Iti JIT Confectionery! X O 3D every descrtpiion. And finally every ting usually Kept ia the Grocery ijUxrHi 11 W L. E. TEAL, R IS prepared to ilii work in a workmanlike manner, mul at ihe shortest notice. Elintoii's Block, Main Street, Uy nn advertisement in our pa- prr this week, it will he that L. BuTrr.Krir.i.D is on hrtml to buy town ami MAIIATIIO.N COUNTY, Justice "J'uwn nf Waitsatt, y Cuurt. To STEW AT, V'OU are hereby nolilind Ihnt a Wri of Attachment has been issued gainst you, nnd your property adachti to snlist'y the ilemnnil of Ephntin Smith nmountiiiK to Su'-.'.OO. Now, unlcs you shnll appear before Lumnn Slovens a Justice of the Peaco in nnd for Hair county, lit his office in said town, on th 28th dny of November 1857, nt one in tho afternoon, judgment wilt bo ren dereil you, your properly aol lo pay Iho this, 'tth of November, A. 1857. KPMKA1M SMITH, Plaintiff. SHERIFF'S SALE; virtnn of n writ of Kxccutiun tome ilireclcd nnd delivered, ajjainst the followtiifr described real property of Kred- orick W. Tylor, defondnnt; 1 shall ex- peso for sale at Public Auction, at my of- fice in Iho villngo of Wausau, Marathon counly, Wisconsin, on Saturday the iGtli day of December, A. D. 1857, at 3 o'clock, P. M., all Ilio interosl of said Pred- crick Tyltr, in and to tho hwildinjt erected on, ;uul the internet of thn said KrederioU W.Tyler, in and to Lots num- ber onn (1) (-2) of IJlock number (li) "t ihu original' plat of iho village of Wmisnu, said plui on record in the nflic.o of the Uouislor of Deeds for said counly. Dated, Ollico, Wausau, Mar- alhou Co. Wis., November 4th 1857. G, JUDSON, Sheriff. IJy C. GHCXI, Sk'ff. 23w6 SHERIFF'S' BY virtue, of an execution issued out of tho Circuit Court for the county ot' Marathon, to mo directed and dcliv- WJIUSAV, W I S. Sept. 2, 1857. Corner ol Second and Clark Streets, STEVENS POINT, WIS., RF.TAIT DEALER Vy IN G ROC ERIKS, DRY GOODS and General ftlKRUHANDISE. Eastern Exchange bought and s.ohl. Specie alwoys on band, and for sale'for currency or ex-- change. Generul Land Agency Business transacted on litir terms. Collections made aud money remittee with promptness and despatch. Hon. A. G, ELMS, Stevens Point. Wis. J. J. GDI-PIT, Portage City, Wis. jDixos PIIKXTIM, Att'ys Portage City nl A. HELMS iK.I-VS SAl.H, Of Mill in Wuusau rr'HK limit-issued, Doo- .1 little, wil the ollioe of WKI.I.S S: 1'. in th citynt Thursday the31.it day of December tlio the in Wao-i.ul. bt Iho and real prop orty of nunj.imin K. Berry and Manuel Uerry, 1 have seiv.ed and lovied un all the interest which the said Benjamin F. Ocr- ly and Manuel Berry had lo the lollow- iuir desetibrd pieees or parcels of Innd, on the --titli day Orlxbtir, A. 1857.1 lo wit: Tim undivided half of llni aoul'u half of Iho south-west quarter of ncclinn nl pnh'.u-. ruictianTikl .tishtcnn and the tu-itli half of the! bbls. Flour Afttt 2 RECEIVED on consignment 300 barrel FLOUR, ot the warehouse of Roon It SrooxiR, Mosiuce, for sale at Stevens Poin prices, and transportation added. Warrant SUPERFtNF.or money re funded. ROOD SPOONF.R. 3, ISS7. 15ti GUDSOLE'S THE SUBSCRIBER take feiSI pleasure in announcing that he is prt'p.ired to accommodate Ihe public wit1 Boarding and Lodging, In a that will give entire Thh house is nnd commodious, the bei rooms weli lighted and ventilated, the kitch en furnished with good cook, nnd the tabl with the best the market affords. The s-ibscriber returns his sincere thanks "or liberal patronage heretofoie received ,ncl would reapectftilJy solicit a continu ;nce of the same JULIUS GIESLER. Stevens Point, Aug. 20, 1857. Sale of ISvrainp lands. NOTICE ia hereby given, to nil pier sons claiming the right of pre-erou- .ion to any of the swamp and overflow ed landa in the county of Marathon mder .the provisions of an act entitle) an net to provide for the protection o :he swamp and overflowed lands in thi State, and grant pre-emtion rights there approved April 2nd' 1855 that all o said rights to any of men lands in sai county must be nid PFOO deposited with the Secretary of State and the purchase money thereof paid i 'ull at the rate of one dollar and twen ty-five cents per acre, at least ten day prior to the time appointed far the sal Df such lands in said county, in com pliance with an act entitled 'An ac to provide for the sale and disposa the swamp and overflowed ap proved October 11th }856, ant! 'an ac concerning pre-emptors of swamp an overflowed lands in this approve March 6th 1S57, and that all of sai lands which shall not be so pre-empte and proven as aforesaid, will be oRere of one dollar and twenty-five cents pe acre, in the manner and under the re strictions provided, for the sale of schoo and university lands in chapter 24 of th revised statutes, so far as such proris ions may be applicable and not incon sistent with the provisions of the act the 6th of march 1867, tit the Post O fice, in Wausau. on Friday }8th da of December, A. D. 1857, nnd continv from day to day until I all of said kani shall have bee'n so The will commence at 9 A. M., or as soon thereafter as re ay be, AH persons claiming theright to pre rmption to any of the above lands, wi be permitted to pay for said on or before the time for that purpose specified above. In order to guard th rights of contestants, no pre-emptor wi be allowed to enter the tract by him claim od, until he shall file ia the office of th Secretary of State, a certificate of the r gister of the county in which the lam claimed are situated, certify ing that the are at publicauction.atthe minimum prii no adverse claims to said tract. An in case there are adverse claimants, tl person making application to pay for tl laud by him claimed, shall procu a Charjes reasonable. Friends, give ui certificate as above, giving all call. F- ll'uiiiaw. August lOlb, 1S07. 16tf Helms' Advertisement COME TO THE MPORIUM! High Prices Must Come Down! Provisions and Groceries for SALE CHEAP For Cash only! IHK Subscriber'WnW Say to tho people JL of Wausau and Marathon county, that operieil a NEW }f all and English, French and American Dress and Fancy Goods Podlins, Berage, Chaliie, Ging- ams, Tissue, eagBONNETS, Laces, Ribbora, TOE Hosiery,
cle of Leather t or what ia worse, Kasu ern-made Boots i: Shbe.3, We h.ave on hand, of oar own manufacture, PAIRS OP Boots Shoes! In sizes to fit "all art also marmfaufaclorers of Caff, Kip, Stoga'Boots, La- dies' Cloth, Moi-occoSf Calf Childron's and work roWa to der. We also keep for aale SOLE UPPER LEATHER, A'ip, French do., Linings and aii description a where you can fit yourself out to milce your own shoes. We trade on ihe prompt-pay aysitrfn.- Kd. is our mono. Pay down fof what you is the only fay to. business, STODPARD WARD, MosiHtK. Oct. SO, 1857. The Great PILL. DR. J. P. CREAGEJH A-. gent, and refill; fnr Par to f Celebrated Female Pit la Pilis are truly valuable for ladirs. for they wii: restore the monthly courses where they may stop from any pause whatever. They never have failed in any where di- around the box contiining the PilU have strictly followed; indeed, there has no cast o( failure ever come to our knowfcdxc purely vegetable, they are pefiqotlr Mte, Mjilcd to onici pox- paid, upon receipt of one dollar by J, P.. Creamer. Baltimore City, MU. DR. CREAGER U the fcf Or, Win-Jors' celebrated ries. 3 Books. Ko 1. JA Book for designing to prepare them fqr fcamaU society Ko, Q. trrurs in Os'irtshjp i" Srn Fdbnapns, Gin, Rum. Madeira 25 centr- Oiiio Whiskey, All kinds of such as Almonds, beris, PMzil Nun, Afadoiro Kuts, Quart and pint ria.ks always on hand fqr gate. WAPSAO, ,May l.-J, 4myt3 56 .70 06 84 Plows, PLOWS Fat at Stevens Point, Wis., by Aug. 19, A. BRAWLEY. 'Phis variistp of flow is manufacturai at Data via, If- has taken the premium at ihe New York Stale Kair, and is uni'ersally rfgnrded as the It is taking ihe place of other kinds in j Southern Wisconsin, and in aevr ejal othsr and all farmers should procure it it aa earlj a day as practica- ble. August IDS fjiyNo charge for reshipment of prop- mod would be f tod to ill order, tor all men w ma; tequila them. HIRAM RIKBR. TrappeRiw, Oct. SI if WOOD wanted ofl Subicripiijo. Mil- _ b contracts or Bills of Lading, fpftf to theTfoltowillg B. K. BELDEK, TREMBLE4-GARY, Oihkoab. J.T.VTOOD, MXrvuktt, 18J7. "piT Sale of Sahool ft TToivenity (Saline) COTTHTY OF KARATHOH. rPllE Comcnissioners o! School and 1 wrrsity Lamls will meet at the Pott OSir.in Waaiau. on Friday, Ibe ISth the purpose of. bearing and deterrniuirtf the 3VI 40 SI KT OEl S3 MARATUO.V.CO, wiscos'six. General Dealers in EKY GOODS, GROCERIES, BOOTS it SHOE5. Av PROVISIONS, LABOR SO HARD WrHKIf TT WASHING! have a phemical pro- cess, for cleaning by whii-h The clothes can be washed very clean without boiling, and with vrry rubbinij. By this method aauth barf labor can be saved; the washing is cone in half and ihe clothi ere white and clean. last much longer, for t'tiey are net worn out by rabbin; as by t'M old oi vaah> ins by machines.fcc. jititlw cas! easy cllaiued. I mill receipt ta Grdrr. paid, of fifty, cents Kind as nionay AdrfiCM Di. J. P- City. Ht A I.L articles usually founi! at Country Store we fcrep consrnntlr nn hand, for prices as iow as cui bv found at any store in ?J w OSK.Y. THE BEST OP vaji'ablerfeipetor njaking wiiirh 1 lo apv j receipt of r.l> cents. We rr.skt ;IM it if, ourown family at half if god the best artkle ol jey. wairn IT ir TOII'- AJty who will giiktanil tell it car. tlrat troio -I to 3 a day. It only i four artictei make it, and thty b> hiui Kv i conslantly on nand. I U.T. h. and everything rigbts of Tn any of or which W r also I nmkpi. I' i- ready at any to fot sale tie Couniy of Mirarbm; and to j for sale ml Public Auction all of such j lands to whkb BO pnaf of preemption may .ynd up ear. j The sale will at ten in the morning.of jiTirM wil! Or kind of trao. tinue ftoin daf to onra xf the land. rf otr buwina. in said ,Jt bu il r iWtimcre Citty. wiiH rartitc D. W Woman, IS! ISST. Dasam. i 1MT A of D H U G Piir.n, Itjt all ij faiettt Qaif tmrcm. Itt. fcc l-ifl M.
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