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   Wausau Central Wisconsin (Newspaper) - April 21, 1859, Wausau, Wisconsin                               CHUBBUCK "Independent in Vol. 49. PUDUSJIKD EVEIir TIIUBSDAV MOIt.VISG, AT Wansau, Marathon Wis, IIY J.W. CHUBBtTCK A. SANBORK. O F F I C'E On Third Street, J. Puffs Block, 2il Story. Dollars per annum, Tunas of tins, or ojiiitttnto ;i xijiurn. u'e onii week in Nothing." Wisconsin, Thursday, April 21, {EDITORS PROPRIETORS, Whole No. ii, KBMNKnr KENNEDY CHASE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office on Main Street WAUSAU, WISCONSIN. i.. w. TUAinn. THAYER BARNUM, Attorneys at Law, NOTARIES PUBLIC, General wis, at tlie Bookstore Main, st. 71 Quarter olu yc.u1, -'-e Qmutwr column (hit I' coluuiii I (ill t column i 1 4 It' i'ulurun tuiluinn column column CinN In t litl p.uil Im- in iulviim-n II.M- yi. I 3 ry. not SUtovuctj cuili (ffottnocllor Xjiua-Xiv. Office at iho County Building, Vr'AusAU, [i] WISCONSIN TKuPEIIiTOR, CHARLJES A. SINGLK. Corner of Fami ,5. 2'lnrd Streets, Wanssiii, Wisconsin. ID-This house is ancJ commoclious and every attention will be paid to guests lor tlieir comfort and convenience MILTON M. CHARLES, A.TTOIBINIEV AT LAW, On-icr. ix TUB COU.YTV BuiLni.vu, WAUSAU, WISCONSIN. iliiviiii! tl.i- of Court Cuiiimis-, I.I.IIUM-, Is pi-cpai-eil to tlu nil Iciiuls ol Vf.Olt, in Dry lliviils.l In It: y-in.iili! Sin I-'Inur, I'.M'k, <'oruyr ol1 .M.un und lyi UUTTKUl'MK iXiii-r iii l-'ii.itS, .ilrr in dror" KA'i'ON Attorneys at Law, STEVE SS P.JINT, WISCONSIN. McNAIR, H an s an v :a aa e c a es StnvonPoint, Wisconsin. OII.IIKIIT I. IMIIK. J. w. VAN MVKIIS 1'AttK VAN .VIVE US, 1859. 3859. HOTEL. Conor of Jactaon ft Second sta., THOS. S. STTOTB, Proprietor. MTHIS HOUSE, which is locas ted in !he business part of the town, has been finished ofl' in good stylo, and well furnished for the iiccotrinjoduticn ol the trav- elling public, ami will be kept as a first-class hotel. Ki'ery attention paid to the wants of "nests, while stopping at this Love us a call and try our laic.. Jan L.S09. D. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Office on Kaln Streot, WAUSAU. WISCONSIN. A. E ARLL, Physician, Office over the Post Office, _ G. ROOD, M.EX Physician and Surgeon, Oflk-c on Clark Street, Stevens Point, nisconsiit. Bolocho City House. FEED, LAKE SUPERIOR HOUSE JIT JOHN LE MESSURIER, Corner of Rliitu mill Wusliiiiglon Sli-ccls, C7" This house is nenv Ino Wisconsin wall iiirnished, and l be ii pleasant slopping place Ibr travel- I'AW, lyl.iiili.'   Fastideous. i A very worthy genlleman of Rou- en is at Present .leceiving a fortune which came to him with the drawing of it .cork, in the following curious manner Obliged by the state of his heolih, last summer (o change the air, he went to ihe seashore of Villorssurtner, near Truvillp, n.icl walking on ihe This House ami convenient- lhal a Iad- ly located on the east bank of the Wiscon, ihere with his father, sin Rivei-.aboiilh.-ilfiv.-iyfromSievensPointi llnt' fou'lt' a sealed boille among tho to Little Bull Falls. The house is now, well I sen weed. Tho father bade his child finished and furnished, and nu pains will be to ''throw down the dirty thino-, and [From the, Wisconsin Pinery.] My; (Graves. Upon the cold, cold snow I kneel Beside my little My heart so cold I scarcely feel The wind.that round me raves. Here side by side my darlings rest, Amidst the wintry storm. Who, lately, to a mother's breast, Were folded close nnd warm. And Oh! were mine that strange belief That with tho body dies, TV immortal floods of grief Would here o'erwhelm my eyes Ah no their dust is precious still, Even as the robes they wore, That bid the eye with tear-drops fill, Remembering "All is o'er." But in the land of life and liaht Their happy spirits dwell, With forms more fair, with smiles more bright, Than, those we loved so well. And Oh there is a blessed thought That comes to soothe my With such sweet comfort it is fraught, I will not deem it vain. more than earthly Builder, WISCONSIN 1.1 line of it wnt'U- 7Stf H. F. U. I.UCK, CABINET JIAK1JR, w A s A MARATHON WISCONSIN Will rmixMnflv nn hand, or make In imler and all in till! I: if Cil-inet wnrr, on and 01. riMson- ablati-rms. All warrjnti'il. All those in w .mi, will ...ml o.v.i-niir ho- tori' pnrehaiinit on Hiv.-r Stri'ol. at the "Pi.-kanl llS I lien Jan. (i. C. G. D Cabinet Maker, at tho "County 3d Streot, WA17SAU, [SO] WISCONSIN. JO H N C. C L A RK E, Ollice in tin) County MARATHON CO., WIS. KUFCJS P. MANSON, i'lrrk uf Circuit (Court. AMD Clerk of Board of Supervisors, Olliot.1 ;it tho "County WAUSAU, [SO] WISCONSIN S. E. STODDARD, IV o t n r y Public .11 OS1 I E E, MARATIID.V CO. H'lSCOiVSIN Will a'.tiMiil to the plying of taxes, enter1 int: hinds, locating land warrants, Ii tferences: Atkins Sti-elo. Milwaukee; If. Oliic.isjo 111; Hon. A. II. Mu-ii.; H.C. Dodsre, Ohio; Hun. C. Tuckni-, liiill'alo, N. Y. .Mosince, May liith, 1S5S. vS Smu JOSEPH BARNAUD, JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, By W. G. BLAIR. Art ff1 a J I (Formerly "Little MARATHON CO., WISCONSIN. THIS IIoUsl has long been known to ilie public, situated on Ihe mnin trnvelui! road from Stevens 1'oint to It is also pleasantly lo- catml on the east bank ol the Wisconsin, and c.'mnuimls a line view of the River. The wfury and hungry raftsman, as well as all travelers, here finds a home. Kail City, June 3 1st, JS5S. s 7 MOSINEE, MAKATHOK COUNTY, WISCONSIK BY S, Kronen we Her. MTHE niidersijrned, having it. i ccntly assumed tho management ol Ihe above well known House, is prepared to Jo the agreeable to all wiio may favor will, n call, anil invites a share of public I patronage. r s. K'RONKNVVETTKR. Good Stabling and attendants on hand at ill hours. OGtf spared to promote the comfort of travelers. Two large barns attached for Ihe accom- modation of teams. SD-Passengers by ihe Sleame. dine here daily. nl Water MILWAUKEE, WE BEDFin S'rops-ictor. WISCONSIN. BTilOPRIirS, MILWAUKEE. per dny for of Wiscon- sin. REIN UICE, Proprietors. O, B IT F F IT M Manufacturer of Matches, STEVENS POINT, WIS. orders promptly attended to. Twin Island House. CHAS. (Formerly Clerk in the U. S. Land MOSINEE, not to be soiling his fingers upon which the invalid picked u pine wny botlJe and tnok it with him to lodgings. i The cork drawn the bottle was found to contain n written docu'ineiM, properly signed, and dated on board a veasal which had sprung- n leak and was aboulto sink. It ran thus: About lo perish, I commend my soul to God. I hereby constitute the finder of this will, enclosed in a tic, my sole heir. My fortune, most laboriously acquired, amounts lo near three hundred and fifty thousand francs, and the small house in which I resided at Valpariso. This' tene- ment I wish converted into a chapel, and that n mass muy be there said, once a month, fur the repose of my soul. The fortune will bu found posited with notary of Paris, to whom, from time to lime it has been transmitted. Pray forme Soiled fingers are not always to lie avoided My bubes, with charms, In dreaming hours I see, Within my angel mother's arms" Enfolded tenderly. Their eyes in wondering innocence Look sweetly forth, the while, And He who called my dear ones hence Upon them seems to smile. Another form beside thorn The brother whom I A golden lyre within his hands. His voice in praise upborne. And Oh! this blessed dream hath powe Naught else could e'er impart, To cheer the sad and lonely hour, And soothe my wounded heart. There never was a measure in- jurnea ih-jt volving new ani! additional in.xniioi1. thai ever passed ihe Legislature with snch unanimity. The State superin tend em'8 reporl, which strongly urg- ed the town library system, was laid before the Lcgislaiure nnil thre weeks be.fure-.ils adjournment M BarnnTil, who had been conficlentl expected here, and whose persona efforts and experience' were gralel counted on in aid of the measure was detained in Ccnnvcticui by vrre illness; nnd the library wa not introduced until within eijl ivorliing days of ihe session, and nut withstanding nil these untoward cir cumstances, this measure a la. measure, too, in iht-se stringent time both Hons'es mns; triumph anlly, by a vole ofI9 to 3 in iho Si-n atu, and 51 to 10 in the Assembly or in the aggregate, by a vote of 71 o 13. I have 110 doubt that the mer vho supported this noble and benefi- cent measure, will long be rem'ember- vilh honor and gnuiiu'du by an in licenl and appreciating people. This school library .fond will imount to ai leasi annually, nd will gradually increase in pr'o- Jorlion to ide increase of Ihe school und income, inul ihe increase ot the axable property of the State. There vill be something like year om the school fnnJ Incoine us tenth of n mill lax on ihe dollar vnlualion, on of taxa- ble properly in ihe Slate, as equaliz- ed last year, would realize the taxable property should be it mav be, at two hurt- dred millions, '.hen the income from this special library tax would amount to annually. I should con- clude, that the library fund will reach not less than a year within the next three years. But cslima- ting it at it would give, on an average, to each of the 650 towns would be bat, d chtnpnt for one, would be and chtapttt forall so (hat in all incis there would be, in truth, but ten different works while upon ihif jovvnship plan'ift'cre would bj dred and twenty different lor the same money. A n y one read'-' ly see how inucJi more tfce ar'jrur number would be lo both youlK ind adnlu how many more would be and how mucH ore knowledge would necessarily r uifTiisrd among the perple. imi; iii'i.iunl ol money he district plan ivoiifd.'by a judicious- Si. sysicin, purctiaVe fully one- hird iiior.; 'beside vastly better erfrciion, and he advantage of a uniform and fjr lore permanent style of According to thy oid district plffn, fioulj always have s'mall nosl worlhlvss li'b'r'aries by the ownship syslein, we shall ioo'n rge, atimclive and coN- ctions and instead- of milt nbuirt c-t.'iird of the Sra'.e; is now (be >se, having a few fil-chosen rolunwi, town ir, Wisconsin by the ew systfin, soon have its solid li> rnry of ih'e ch.'iceil works to glad- the yoi ncr minds of our iwo red and sixiy-four thoutmnd child-' n, and furnish rnental food for our her six hundred thousand people. I presume thai provision will be? ade, liiat should ilie citizens of any wu deni proper.lhey may eir town library into two1 or REMARKS O N The New School Library OP WISCONSIN, The new school iibrary Intv, cetilly enacted by our Stale Legisla- has four namely prominent provisions. ST. C. 33 3S O O rnorniEToK. I MARATHON CO. WISCONSIN Will on hand, or make to r.l.T. lliin-.iii.i, St.mdi, C.nichw t .ibm.'t Inn-, on shi.rt .mtu-.- WHIIS.MI. .m, i Ar.KXANOKU IHWIX, Cabinet Maker MARATHON W X i Maritlhon County, WisconsSu Also UKXKRAt, LAND AGENT, and will promptly attond to nil business entvust-. ml to him, such as buying or selling, loi-.i- 'ing .coverniilent hinds, paying taxes' References! A G Kllis. Hon A tlraw ley, H I, ShatpMuin Ksq, G'l, I'm-fc Kso. 1) Kcnnc.h- Chase II Calkins C. A Single Esq. KMJ. Co, Mowe, Keliey Alii.in. AfcDill, Judge E S Curr. Miltwi, K'.vk lion Joseph Gooilrich. This -well known stand is located about midway between Waiisnu and btevens Point, and as the house has been put in perf  all who feel disposed to fdvoi him ivith their patronage. rTTGood Will buy and sell Drafts, make collections at all points in Northern Wisconsin, enter land, pay taxes, and do all business con- nccted with Banking and Real Estate, R E r E R 1- o Marshall Illsh-y, .Mihvimkee.'Wis. Bank of Watertown, Watertou-n Jefferson County Bank, GEO. L. FIELD, LIKUS R. Cash. V. Prcs't. "Bui the part re- sc'vshall be printed by the State prin- ter, and delivered lo the State super- intendent, and these shall be suhstsn- T.ibles. Stands, CVurlu-j. lic.lsl.vulj .irticles in the C.iln'ni-t line, will ni.i.li- to order nn short not ire and re.i- Momnre, June, ISaS. 2 1 CAiftioir. STEPHEN DURKEE, Justice of the Peace, MAUATHOX CO. WISCONSIN- PHELPS HOI7SE, Foot nf Main Street, STETENS POINT, WISCOHSCT. D. K. BIOD6ETT, Proprietor. This house has been put in re- pair, and ihe proprietor (an oU ar.il'nperi- lannloid) will U as a first class ?nS6' will be'given that n. B. Dealer i AND A L S O Trunks, Valises, A. (lone to order on short notice. Shop opposite the Public Square.. T Stevens Point, Wis. c-ivi mains to be told. The tumor ihua taken ofl was found to contain n liv- ing child, imperfecth' developed it is true, but stilla living child. .Fingers were seen, and o portion of a rudi- mentary arm. The intestines were well nnd no doubt waa entertained of its being n male child. A body, presumed to be thff heart, contained, imperfectly formed, nuri-i cits and ventriclep. The mecentric arteries and veins were of large size. j The dissecting knife came repeatedly i in contact with the osseus mutter of a. I rndirneniary skelelon. Pal was found in l.irge quantities everywhere. It ivn? in fact a repetition of ihe Sitnese TTins, only less perfectly developed. These results were received with profound astonishment by the crowd- ed audience who witnessed oper- ation. The cas'J is said to be in the annals of human malforma- tion." consideration lhal n timilRr ainouni ill be added snn-ually thereafter. A single volume may serve as wenty-six persons n year, each hav- ng its use two weeks. Many school braries have reported uvelve limes le number of books loaned annual- y lhal Ihere were in ihe library each volume, upon un average, hav- ing been taken out oncu a month during the entire year. In the re- ports of the town libraries of Indiana, occur such expressions as the ing, which will nol be lost on Ihe public mind r all ihe books have been drawn out as many as twenty-five times, many of them oft ener, nnd quite a number of the books are not permitted lo remain in ihe li- brary an hour before they are wiih- Our Ii- lhan anv sections, and have them placed in many Convenient localitiei for six months or a year, nnd th-en io'.er- change iheae sect ons with the localities, and so on in due lime, several sectioi s or sub-divisions of the library would be placed within tne convenient reach of every of the lown, ihus subserving nearly ev- ery facility of the district library, with the most decided superadded advanv lages. As an instance of' thtf strong feelings of ntiachinent which the township libraries are re- ;ardi-d where they have bt-en estab-' isht-d and tested, and dow cheerfullv he expense is borne by the people, I cite ihe following from nn excellent Idress by Prof. of our University I will gjve Mance of a conversation which I during my recent risrt to Indiana, while in ihe Audiloi's Oflice, exams ing the most beautiful series of Jnitiana Library. A farmer from the remotest towr.tliip of lially bound, under the drrection of the State superintendent, with the approval of the Governor, at a cnsl not exceeding ihirly cenls per vol- ame, lo' be paid out of tlie school li- brary fund. The precise manner in which the books shall be purchased and rliatrib- uled, excepl that they shall be pur- chased "by public and "distributi-d in some just proportion amonij the towns and cities of the. is not in ihe b.noks have Ihus hern collecled have been proCTired ai high prices of book pedlers, and have but tao aent-'rally related to Jiamlitti atld Rubbers, the Pirate's Own Hook, and other traslu Says nnother brary is doing inori; good thing1 that has ever been done by th'_ of this State. Gn.'at in- leresl is manifested in it here." I may stale as the rusult of ten years' experience of ihe district libra- Ty system in that, only aboul one. third of Ihe districts ham any libraries al a'l, and those senernl ly so small aa scarcely tc deserve thf less Ihan 28 vol- umes hence have ultt'rlv foiled to fulfill tin; ereal nrssion ol school libraries. Thai whal few As the means for the first purchase. can not, from the lerms of ihe law, be collected and ready for use ;unlil nexl spring, il was ihoiighi best nol lo en- cumber the act with details, which u.ight have embarrassed and endan- gered its passage. These promptly attend to all business cri- i guests comlbrtoble, aniftl: c ocjt hir tt'ynun I lui-aung s.ivernment ravin- are hereby cautioned of timbered lands of Jion- csulenN. sccunns making oueclions, occ two notes ijivon hv u one for one hundred -iity-i.no July I3th, 'ii'on which there is nn cmlorae- dollars mid ono and four dollar-; and as we will not pay tho part of thi.-iii. havisi.r a "iillk-iont reason for OJ" Gooil Stablin December on ibc prcmisfs. [Si] teb. KXO OF ilarathn.-i X. Clement.. Esq ami' STEVENS POINT, WIS, 'S'e ton, M. Jones J. H. Jones. Dayton i Co.Wis. Bmjjmin Alennder.' I'r.uvlordiville, Washington County! THIS well tiiriiUiwU ays open for the accommodi- al tion of the )mblic. BIX] the pioprietor is de- termined iDgive satisfactioii lo.gncsts. !0 TQBEr, OLNEY and wholesale anil retail dealers i n FOREIGN DOMESTIC providing for the a-Hrdion and pur chase of ihe books, their distribution, and regnlations for the management of Robespierre, p-jb- j of the libraries, will be carefully con- lisli'd in a late "Irish paper, concludes jsidi-red by Hon. Henery Barnard, .with the -following remarkable si-n- j'he public instruc- jtence: linn, nnd Prof. J. L. Pickard of the extraordinnrv mnn left nn j I'laltevilln Academy, who have been children.behind him excepl his broth- j appointed by the Legislature to make _ r t i. I er, who wns killed at Ihe same lime." revision of the school laws of uo rs, etc. etc. Rccliricrs'oi' a superior wbiskty. All article's vr.-.rrai-.tal to be what the'y They will.Kirni..h i.yqpe 'the State ns they may think necessn- I EF" Seveiily-Sve cents per j ry, and report the same to the esclaiiiis Mrs. on looking ernor in reason to be by him j over the price current. Why, 'led to the next Legislature for its con- i me, my dear old man gave two dollars sideralion. It need only be said in 1 and a bushel of the very best potatoes .this that every precau forme. However, the gals o! this jtioii iviil be Inken to guard the tn'.er- QV ain'l nigh so dear as I was then." of the Stale, and prevent, by er 'ery restriction of fair. I be possibility and injurious works, which could on- ly incile in the minds of children a desire themselves lo bac. me desnera- Had we corr.inue.-d Ihe diifrict li- brary plan in our Stale, and contin- ued 10 leave the districls lo procure a library ihe county came in. After a liul'e, t said lo him, 'Gentry, you are heavily la.ied here in Indiana I hare beeT running away lo Wisconsin they have no old dead in Ihe form of canals to pay lor, and no in- lerosi lo pay on bonds which our sharp-sigUi-d Indiana commisiioners were cheated out of.' jaiil he, 'wo arc heavily and this year, with our sborl crops and bard; prices, il is as much as we can do in> our ncinhborhood lo pay our taxea.' I said to him, 'it will be tlw policy of this Legislature lo ifiininnh- ta.xaiion.' He said -in all mercy he hoped so.' -They will bejrin upon yourexiravaguiit school sydem. Now look at ihcsc the uw of Do they   nor article at cheaper rates IK piir-j of this j trad for DpoD the faith- eisewcere. Thank vmi ntnm T r.._.i Beaver TJam, Solicited. Dec. .1S5S. SSv.J Thank you -mam' I can'l take'fui of this any ting I belong to the Tern- j will much of the pr.'pnlaritr and use perance j fulness of this iaw denend. Ip or nol, as they might elect, long would library svstem of Wis wlll> the trUL' il lo me. "have proved a signal failure bui with the town li- brary plan, as it. is in Indiana, Ohio and Michi.an, Hhe Stile providing ihe libraries for each lown nccordi 10 some just 'system of distribution, carefully selecting auitable meet the tasies and trams of all eb.-w- cs of community, replenishing ihem annual! so as to kt-ep each collection "resb and attrartive, have in library several limes the num- ber amtl variety ol books lhal any dis. trict plan could ever possess. Fo slanre, suppose each of a dozen dis fund tricts ia a town was to have ten new volumes for n library, or for replens isliiog an old same ten dy adoption of such a system. 1 congraiiiiaie you and ihe wrills Henry '-that joaf Legislaiurc has you to gurate a true Litrarr gtrihrr in advance, in pfmuiert b.iurings and io time, It ii of our sistrr Stairs, ill things consid- ered for taking the three which hive adapted Towaskip system, Winc.mtin will moiw noney, by Michigan, having the Kdrin" of jnifcbminf booka jnstead uf To i nsu'p of anything yel indeed, an advance upon the   

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