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Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - June 10, 1858, Jefferson, Wisconsin thereafter for vance by earner cents Additional riH be charged the TIIE IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH he Beecher understands the ministry A Christian in year are sale will at- otk A JI said and l-e continued ot said as At in lias wer fd 22 23 n 01 MASONS meetings of the Jefferson County are previous to the Full Moon of each FullMoon when Visiting members are respectfully 9 Fourth anniversary of glorious emancipation of America from the thraldom of will soon be here and BUSINESS LEVI P GILBERT Surveyor of Jefferson County the with one of W I E Atkinson 13 eral G OF tni i at promptly attend to all business j to his care i Jefferson W is June 1857 j VOLUME 6 JEFFERSON ill pay and due per day 7 W JEFFERSON COUNTY Hie of a X T Patterson pt qr i'd n A Uy hind s hy R lake's Audition w bv road 20 A Totter pt frl qr b 11 land Vv E 8 K A General Agent of the Mass School Society tor the State ot Wisconsin Very at residence du Lac Co W is P B L HERS HAPS BLANKS C hill Maio MILWAUKEE Jl W f Lj Ar old gun his been tlw Cab O- c In- the Historical s is as r J W WREED M D 1 on Frt from Attorney lit Xi ellerson County 4 v Attorneys at Law Solicitors in Chancery and C P Chapman's of Illinois Iowa and Maps the West Map of U Book of Wisconsin itc All Hazardous Property Positively Rejected DIRECTORS Oil Is Af Tax 14 2 78 40 i 40 2 37 WINT T TE o K n Wis lorney lit Solicitor in t Will Of- A O C and nt in ry Ail lo Ac Will Attorney ni in trie Court other in the olocK 4 L U at Sol t irt Fort Co O JS TJ ZP VLL Diseases and Throat CAN UK CURED INHALATION 7 HIGH conveys the remedies to tifs in the lungs through air and coming in contact the tlie causes a ami to flie j tba t s-o ion health To be to j thut is hy i ll I is under j a other I of hundred can bf in I and tilty cent in the j mure than the up by the as lo j In however in the j i lo j j DC -Ei I1 jC G OK A I Whitewater 11 13 1 93 n Ft road nnd land owned bv the savages into whose i county of Worcester s t by C k s they had could i had occasion to w M i one of their number Indian n t- witnessed miserable ol I'-'S On as Atkinson w T the has of julians made their nGK preparing to give his turn Prance at cJd mill hoisted tl pun the to when took his gn s Ft the and them and started towards ih w 11 C H ol their liis Indians retired to the b- ture He gave the Indians to understand by lie mil by some signs that he importance lo lore lie should be put to death An lu reached the when ih HUM 10 1 Wisconsin and through raised a 6 s 1 them that jc i concluded give a specimen of h of in possession ot a of tlie and as he scan Lots oO veiling the T ISA 4 where the Indians ware them blood was the The Indians ever after Prescott neighborhood Mr cale to them would render their warriors children and among and their invincible tlle Benjamin Having thus excited their to a of who iu i iiv imi bv u it had ought retrace his steps bu: and e by Rod to be- so hack wards vith his eve upon th s v Smith it qr hue w by OK A I Jewelry on hand Call Done witTi t JOS BERGER and A p h e c a r y i Street BEGS leave to and vici value and now lie about to lit iie did not to leave the world out imparting this secret to those wiio ere to in it lie them that the knowledge lie was to warriors on l fro 11 o it is b 1 and 3 J 4 sld of be of his witt a well selected fresh Wines of Choice rnt AH e to je a A liltoWS'S It AH Milwaukee in i Stales alone and on that of the present i the men should use re- of Blue Mounds I.iVKUY C- WILLIAMS in Kiwi on that of tl nre destined to iil Truly j fatal In nil i j I In- cii my fur i spares in- luit oil alike I In: I and tin Uy i corn nid I am to the a and and i rare will both -in price ami other county family orders put up and at ail 1 woods and it they would allow him to go with a guard over him to the nearest wood o collect the proper plants prepare the medicine and also in its preparation He also told them that lie would nut Religious emotion comes out jn his sermons and vegetative THE OF Brit- i earth plants ish troops and their native allies obtained i of avast amount of plunder in Lucknow sun does not for a The palaces tilled will evidence OJ but for the w OK ruUT ir SV ll Tin i Corner of Main Si attention to o Whitewater County C E of n A v A K i A i o K North rf i blond nnd the it in frev of air intu which a i Then surely it lo i d tin uill i the i- u ral To r of of inhaled will in a h nut the id- few V ill me tilled with evidence o ul- mov World's bv the Loan and Land Agency prove tJ he that by by cushions his neck this he would duly strongest and must expert warrior I MilU Block Kin ij covered by rich screens of shawls bv table in the the i of all skin even with tlie hem lo pierce C a of land and Stati-s mav hav his i he u hawk story readily worked upon the credulity of Indians and to obtain of covers ponderous with gold The Tines was a prolusion of mirrors in ponderous Irames and glass but hand ot the was amony thy reach ot the stock and bayonet were a bullet or the le of a its sombre boughs nnd cries Thou my sun And the meadow lifts us cup of blue and whispers its Thou my And my in n thousand fields rustles in the and makes answer art my sun He has for such the forms of cr but litle of its substance whose II in all of W will North the JefT Co 1.1 i- -kin in i by i Iri tn I'll rny car ami 1 iad o i which i a is origin u 1 with the of me of fhat the proper ken even a In- and Kvid J A ir d and A of l at all i nt arid thi d i- if n fur in all uf and laying tipun of wood he desired the strongest to strike at ins itil bis assured that the nut A warrior and mischief with ched i hat gospel which sanctions i who could not get mil in at once to carry on the work the buttered olf the noses n oppression for three millions of u liio statutes in the i r it to down or diving into cellars either for healing of the It is lie other parts of State iKs ol and the Indian tbat head ol several yards at each oilier in thunder struck at their own was tor i blow all with such flew to the into Cellars either fortunes liy tlie discovery of unsuspected their lives at the hands There was no time to i's own roots and blasted in its ith what affectionate tenderness does mj i l l i against indiscriminate soul out ova a photograph can i.e notion ol Luck now invites men to the lo own Christian in in: i I Ac ami F O E E E LOOK YE ut amid credulity but they the ingenuity and address with their prisoner I by the name of Christ Oii for sake you nre known by it is seen Irom the minaret or rout ol this a green groves and by gilt domes and T and all the tile ame of which J and the they had prepared lor and Oriental Le me the language of ol at this of the of in high delight with the AX STOCK OF proved a better college to many a boy has SAWYER HOUSE THE OLD TAVERN STAND MAIN STREET And will be ready to receive the Public at all times i Hostler will always in attendance by the dny or or rooms trial V of ii should pay a visit op- to the to much and then could niy ins tbo All asking ad- vice must contain a stamp Address G W D 53 1131 Filbert Street Xo 109 be- And all to as a bi- of in the trade The public raj and the at is respectfully invited to the OF now and will with the French He has a son living is C4 vears XS Ths debt of Great caused bv the accumulated of gold and silver and ithe motives and JY at Office Main Street Ware on Knr Twelfth OFFICE NO 4 education han car be obtained in almost any other the latest and patterns j Giv a call and will bo that j the motto of Clothin TO WHO the time they were lass Tho emigration York stil with of y set that we at As our devil was going home with his sweetheart a few evenings since she said to Pete I shall never yet to en- Why 1 asked the knight of the ink In they came mounted rt continues to be fhe number ot and jeweled which at once knocked durability ami Cash Oft moderate Try hini o Oi 94 09 For Insurance to T CLOTHIER TO at o iu s weeN ending on the to pieces for the If be carried that such is the 7 vo lor tlie sake ot tlie be carried out and that such is tion of -A YOUNG AMERICA CLOTHING HOUSE X B Xo chargo for goods call everybody and for 20 instant was only an he blades gate from January 1 up to that date of During the ding period in 1857 it was them came out n huge chemical laboratory a old saddlecloth studded with pearls gold handled An old minister observed in a late sermon That no one ever trot cups oi agate and jade gold mounted jeweled I must lop this inventory For 00 Union in a great bustle Think of this possessors of these riches were finite mad with kerj said she with a melting look because I love the devil loo well The man who couldn't stand any longer has taken a seat and now feels quite com- The man who ate Ins dinner with the fork of n river has been co spin a mountain top PRINTER'S est work of extensive let no man be without a
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