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Weekly Jeffersonian (Newspaper) - July 15, 1858, Jefferson, Wisconsin THURSDAY AT JEFFERSON WIS WATT SECOND OF HOUSE per year in advance An additional 25 cents will wilen delivered by Carrier oi Advertising I- column Column 81 00 s oo 12 00 25 00 oo 5 00 it at prescribed by taw So H until arrearages arc paid option of Uic Job Work ne illy executed nt reasonable prices BUSINESS CARDS 1 GILBERT County of County Surveys with of V L E Truants Atkinson IB O G DEPUTY SURVEYOR Will promptly attend to all business entrusted to liis care Juno M D PHYSICIAN AND on ad Door from Uncine I w Attorney at Jefferson Jefferson r PAINE Solicitors C n c e r y and O o Ji y a n c e r s c r C r Attorneys at Law i Wis JOHN K ill Chancery Will t Circuit ami Supreme of Of- in Court BY M WATT THE IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH At in VOLUME 6 JEFFERSON JULY 15 1858 NUMBER 12 AMERICAN per J W PROPRIETOR K A General Agent of the Muss Sabbath School Society lor iho Stute ol Wisconsin Deposi- tory al bis residence Wis du Luc JEFFERSON COUNTY HOME MUTUAL Insurance W I S BV GRACE INSURES Dwellings Farm and d lor non- purposes Provisions Goods ture Grain Stock Ac therein contained The object is a reliable and every one who a member of this of a mountain ou the TJUe Uncovered On a golden Autumn day almost three A Good Story Between eighty and ninety years ago there lived in the River valley two farmers one of whom was named Hunt and the other was Clark The former in had been a man of strong will and somewhat hasty and Sometimes he had been his oxen over their heads to and S P U B L I S H E R and Retail MAPS HOOKS MAGAZINES BLANKS Number 8 House Main Street publish Chapman's Sectional Maps of Wisconsin Illinois Iowa and Minnesota and Township Maps of the West Mnp nf Chapman's Book of Wisconsin Ac X what it is All Hazardous Property Positively Rejected in 3 DIRECTORS E HOLMES A II VAN A II FIST Eli Seen tarv and a hall centuries ago near the summit lent temper Isthmus ot Darien teen beating Insuring will have an equal voice company of Spanish soldiers and native j with the handle of his whip in a way in the election of the Directors and will IJC sure i Indians came to asudden halt They were excite the pity of the n they have to pay for their Insurance just ot the heroic Castilian explorer j when expostulated with Vatco de Balboa Thus far they saying that he had the most fractious I had marched from the colony on the in town By and by an alteration j of Darien for many wears days through took place in the temper of farmer Hunt i dense tropical forests by He became mild forbearing and what i mous reptiles and wild j was most remarkable his oxen seemed to through pestiferous swamps and black i improve in disposition at equal pace with i slimy streams and over locky heights himself i encountering the most dreadful fatigue i Farmer Hunt joined the church and i illness hunger and thirst in the hope was an exemplary man His neighbors j discovering a new ocean upon whose i saw the change both in himself and his i shores might lie that country of team It was a marvel to the whole marvels and riches the savages told such j One of his asked for an i wonderful India of which the nation Farmer Hunt said T SMITH MATCHMAKER IS O St TT 2P T I O KT AN II Diseases of the Throat CAN KB CUR E D 1 Y 1 X H A L A T 1 O N UGH conveys ihu remedies to the ties in the lungs through the air passages and coining j OK ALT KINDS Wisconsin great hearted Columbus dreamed when he set out on the voyage which the wise men of Europe thought would end in plunge down some ocean cataract into black chaos a thousand the world I have found out a secret about my cattle Formerly they were leagues below in A splendid assortment of Jewelry Cutlery Ac always on hand i Done with dispatch Call j a able The more I whipped and clubbed a them the worse they behaved But now when they are contrary 1 go behind my load sit down and sing Old hundred and Balboa had been assured by his Indian J strange as it may appear no sooner have guide that Irom the summit of a certain I ended than the oxen go along as quietly mountain he would behold the great sea as I could wish I don't know how it is whose waves washed the shores of vast j but they really seem to like singing O U All Tn 1 v veined with gold arid silver ore I as ami i Civ drawn no- In the course of a few years the two direct contact with the disease O j Housing their little I farmers were chosen deacons of thechurch sr J heals the lungs purifies the blood imparts Druggist and to promised j About the time of their election a to tlie nervous system giving Street j as were the Israelites of old to catch famine prevailed in the valley and that tone and so for c T j sight ol the promised laud But just the framers were laying up n on of To be aide to state con- I e tlie oi r J p ferson and vicinity that he has moved belore they reached the highest point their corn to plant the ensuing season lion me pleasure Ji his new building one door north of his old their leader commanded a halt and they is ns under the control mentis any formidable ninety with a well selected stockof I II Law In Chancery X At Jefferson Co Notary promptly anil A i h nil VMS on Milwaukee WO or POUT any i out ol every hundred cases ciin be cured in the i stages and percent in the lull in Ilie third sluice it impossible to save more limn five per cent IVr the so cut up by the us to bid defiance to Even however in the last stages lion relief to attending this tearful which annually thousand persons in the United alone and a correct shows that of present population the earth eighty are destined to fill the grave Truly the quiver of death has no arrow sc as Consumption In nil ages it has been tin great em my ol life for it spares neither aw nor sex but sweeps oil alike the brave tlie the and gifted liy the help of the Supreme Being from whom Cometh good and perfect gift I nm enabled to oiler u the afflicted a permanent and speedy cute in The of tubercles blood and the immediate i produced by their disposition in the lungs is to prevent the free admission of air into the air which causes a weakened vitality Chemicals Oils ru j all paused breath less but reluctant I boa had resolved to be tlie to behold the Pacific and he proceeded alone lo the summit I do not think that this was a noble act but a one quite i thy a true hero Surely those brave A poor man living in the town went to Deacon Hunt and said I nave come to buy a bushel of corn Here is the money it is about all I can rather The Deacon told him he could not spare a bushel for love nor money He was who had shared with him all the i keeping double the usual quantity for seed perils and hardships of the expedition corn the next year and had to stint should have had their full Medicinal Wines and Brandy of Choice Brands on hand My Stock has been selected with great joy of the discovery But he had it by myself and will compare both in price and j all lo of that that of oilier in this county and family orders and at all hours 11 placid his share in own family The man urged his suit in vuin At last he Deacon if you do not let me have the grandeur the mystery of a new world it was more than he could bear unmoved He sank ion his knees and thanks to re en and llowery corn I shall curse you te that tie T tins i II to aw Loan and Land Agency he UP his followers and they j cut down a large tree and made oi it a Mills King Street great cross which they erected on the i spot iii signs of conquests and civilization any such text 111 give you a also carved the names of King i corn and Queen Isabella upon They went into the house when the pro I Embracing of nf all said the Deacon how dare you do so The Bible says so Nonsense replied Deacon Hunt there is no such thing in tlie Bible Yes there replied tlie poor man said the Deacon if you find bushel of ANECDOTE OF tlie following new anecdote of this eminent Everybody that Webster was a beach parties and could make a chowder ns well as a of his occasional visits to Long Island for fresh air and recreation Black as he was familiarly called took it into his head to go angling in the East Bay with a party consisting of only Mr L and myself the skipper of little fishing craft was one Paul Seaman black as a coal a clever civil darkey and not ing especially on such occasions in a sense of his own importance The party had been crossing and crossing the foaming breakers of the in- let pulling in thn bine fish quite lively when during a pause in the sport Mr Mr L got into a tion about the Shinnecock Indians a nant of whom dwelt in the hood Paul who was eagerly listening was evidently bursting with ambition to take a shining part among such talkers He contained himself however But when Mr Webster re- marked that those Indians by this be a good deal enlightened Paul could stand it no longer but broke in with Lightened Misser Webster why dern fellers is just as as you and I are Paul who is still extant and one of the institutions of the place is wont tell his customers to this day how he chopped logic with the great statesman and rarely fails to insinuate with ing modesty that he thinks he rather Courier or AN Stofer editor of the Lexington Expositor was killed on board the steamer A B bers by a man named Clark supposed to be a professional gambler The particulars are these It seems that Mr Stofer and Clark had been ing cards on board the Stofer had won a portion of Clarke's money after which he Stofer declined more Clark was anxious to get his ey back and told Stofer BO using ening language towards his adversary at the table To avoid a quarrel Stofer left the table and went out upon the guard of the boat near the barber shop Clark followed and asked Stofer again if he was going to continue the game telling him if he did not he would kill him then and there Stofer replied that he would play no more whereupon Clark presented a pistol to adversary's head and lired The shot took in temple and he expired instantly Clark was caught and secured with ropes on board the boat to be delivered to the proper authorities at Lexington The body of Mr Stofer will also be taken to that place kinds before the Circuit and District if dinand and Isabella upon Several the United Slates and the Supreme and prominent taking possession poor man went to the old family Bible Courts of several and also in ol turned lo proverbs 1 1 26 and read He the Courts of and Atul Till I oil unit i Work I corner oi mill Work the entire system Mirely it is i Courts of several States and also in greater good Irom Courts of England and Scolland tn tho nl than D j 1 then to tlie I through the siomach ij MI t having in one hand his drawn lhu I I i is o Agency in the transaction of ard stood in tlie rising and shouted and power and in all parts Old j King and of Castile certainty II TSI j thus taUing of Sea and j lin Sale of in all parts of States Department nt expense sea the searching of Registers all the waves inio vast sheet of go ration of Framing Warranty j setting all western heavens Deeds Mortgages Deeds j till al r 1 1 the gates ol the that withholdeth curse him but corn the people shall blessings shall be upon the head of him that selleth it The Deacon was fairly caught Come i word of Main anil Milwaukee Streets attention t Ilie of County Wisconsin Strict to the of HOi St North rf Jefferson Wis in oof to Book in the r's parties having Land or City for sale may a all times enter o of charge Arrangements are being made fur obtaining C r SAWYER HOUSE WISCONSIN The would respectfully inform the the Traveling To prove the powerful f the mode of will I in a paralysing the entire system a limb may b ont tlie slight s inhaling the burning sjas will life in a lew hours I The inhalation of ammonia will lie and Evidences of U or dead i f medicines is J i the skin a feV ing inhaled anil i i may lie immediately detected in tlie blond A I of the inhalation is the that sickness is a 1 produced by this nut evidence thai proper remedies prepared and judiciously lungs should produce thf happiest Dunn eighteen years practice many from diseases ol the and have been under my Care and 1 have Veil the been pronounced in the last which fully me that consumption longer a filial My treatment con sumption is origin Land founded on and investigation My perfect with the of enables me to distinguish readily the STOCK OF that ap v the proper r b f H V M I R PI 0 T II fi kel even in a single case U L l U I I A U L I LU 1 U U I with certain and For and enables me to tiie -i in advance of which will surpass in beauty anil any enlarge the chest impart to brought cii it renewed vitality giving energy and the entire city King of When the news said he I will be us good as my He took him tu the corn house out n full bushel of corn and the man to put it on his shoulder and just before his departure being what of a wag he said with a twinkle of the eye 1 say neighbor you have carried this corn home go up to Dea con Clark and curse him out of an- or the mighty pavilions of the other bushel NOT HARMED BV fortnight on that shore till sun descend into that a of this discovery of such incalculable importance lo the whole ago an experiment was tried at the the wot Id leached Spam caused groat York Slate Arsenal proving that spiking does not disable a It is in reality a safety fuse one end of other parts of th j JAMES I UK YOUNG A ME ETC A FOE EVE LOOK YE HERE to Public A XI lie lias THE OLD STAND ON MAIN And ivill ready to receive the all times A will always he in attendance no vis us Taken by day week month or or without rooms His most ardent wish is a trial ami his greatest endeavor shall be to please J A Jefferson April W C MASS BY in Copper and of the Tost Office Main Street Wisconsin Tin Wave ami Stove Kept on hand or manufactured to AH work in his lino will be executed a to and durability and Charges moderate Try him 3 Milwaukee Daily and at by In in advance in advance Shoo variety cheap at Medicines with full sent to any part of the united States and their by letter Hut the cure would if Hie patient should me a visit would cue an op examine the lungs and o with much nnd then the cure conld be effected without my ng the patient again All letters ashing ad- vice must contain u stump Address G W GRAHAM M D liox Xo 53 Filbert Street old Ko 109 be- low Twelfth AM which lias been made up expressly for this ket and which will be sold AX y BODIES And all warranted to be ns ith a full determination to he of j wonder rejoicing mid triumph and the i of Vasco Nunez de Balboa was i with those of Christopher j and Americus 1 et 1 am sorry to add in less than four years Irom the time of his glorious discovery he was accused of disloyalty and put to i death by the Spanish Governor ot Darien j So t little the brave j er that he had a mighty on I which European eyes had never belore i and pointed the world lo regions i richer Yet let us hope j lor him ilie waters of that other un- i known sea lies between us and the j true by the Sun of the gates ol the cily nut closed him which penetrates the cartridge and ex- 1 tends through the entire chamber of the gunner EXTRAORDINARY AT v SCOTCH CATTLE discovery was made on the morning after the show at Ayr that the 2 year old bull for which the first prize was awarded had been for the occasion by a pair of false The deception work had been neatly done A thin band of gulta percha was put round the base of the horns and was tened by some adhesive substance and the hair was carefully placed over The skin of the animal had been punctured behind the shoulder and air blowed in to prevent a slight hollow from being ob- served animal in the same class had also been altered in appearance by puncturing and blowing -An aged bull which had been practised upon in a similar manner was turned out by the judges the discovery having been made before the prizes had been adjudicated These three animals were exhibited by Mr James Paton Blankhead near Patrick The premiums have been by tlie directors and the offending party is excluded Irom showing stock again in Ayr The directors have further resolved the case shall be laid before the tor Fiscal for the Crown Council to decide whether Mr Paton shall cannon to the muzzle where the can discharge the cannon as readily as the touch hule The fuse is a chemical compound enveloped in a Hat paper case wrapped with cotton and after- in rosin lo prevent its ing damp When used for submarine it is protected by a jacket of percha The lire passes through at the rate of a mile in four seconds thus pros ween us ana tlie i one U a was of Al I J Ot and that God were Pa OFFICE NO T I S T K E E T in the The ral and the at is OUT TOUK Committee for this Congressional District have vided a and place lor selecting a to be supported by the Democratic at the election It now re mains only for the party to designate the ment For ordinary mining purposes it is equally and from its composition will be less likely to Hash without sion as it is often the case with gunpowder blasting Cash Capital Surplus For apply to T 09 09 various kinds and lW a first rate for sale by A YANKEE Byron told the following story invited to puny ak me nun it Jn that same near the STOCK OF mains only for the party to designate the nells we nearly ran down an American now received additions which man trader with his cargo of notions Our be received ilie whole season j differences of opinion there Captain old Bathurst hailed The citizens of and as to persons and minor issues we j dignity of a Lord asked him where ing country will Young I believe there is one thing upon which the j came Irom and the name of his ship rnan of i Democrats are is that j Yankee captain bellowed whom to buy nnd good clothes for men I Congressional District is democratic You copper-bottomed sarpent I guess and also caps of all kinds i j si man who you'll know when I've reported you to ami we can i li this Were the tho motto of the America Clothing j District was hopelessly Would matter Very little whether we put up a man upon whom we could unite or not it is a fact beyond all dispute dial the district is democratic It gave a democratic majority at the last general r TO SELL he carried out and that such is the YOUNG HOUSE AVis X B charge for call everybody and for yourselves Watertown Sept 8 5 For sale at fc WOOD'S New Store What right have I one of God's creatures says a writer in an to set mysel up as the umpire by which ail shall be judged Yet this is done every day Are there any two the wide world who look Nature's even under embarrassments harmony is why expect any persons to be alike mentally Why is a loafer in a Printing Office like a shade tree 1 Because we are glad when he leaves in out of tiie Kansas question and now that all in that quarter are happily arranged there is no reason why we may not look for an overwhelming Green Buy Advocate A Cleveland two miles south of this city killed a rattle snake while in the act of coming out of her eel lav on day evening shortly after dark Kho was first attracted by a hissing sound and the rattling ol his tuil coming out of ihc hatchway when she proceeded to the barn and obtained a shovel wherewith she returned and seizing a candle in one hand and the shovel in the other she sought out the his ship and decapitated him in the way The snake measured about 7 feet gth and about fl inches in circum- ference and possessed seven rattles on his tail Mr Marshal Dyer has him in possession and will take him to his dence in where he will be pre- served as a natural curiosity and as a memento of the courage and presence of mind displayed by Mrs Cleveland It is doubtful whether many of the sterner sex would be found courageous enough to seek combat with a rattle snake armed with seven rattles in the tail with no other implements of war than a piece of candle and a shoit handled Standard Mrs in New Haven is troubled with the dyspepsia and has bad dreams One morning at her breakfast she was complaining sadly and described her sensations to her sympathizing band I was all the time climbing up up up hill every little while I stopped to rest and then up up up Oh I was so tired The fact was I had a real mare Then why my said the affectionate husband didn't you get on and
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