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Whig Of Seventy-Six (Newspaper) - December 13, 1862, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin UNITED S Wilcex George rH and Robert f United States cuit Court for the w of George W Brower John L I consin Brewer and T J Brewer J By ef au alias writ of Fieri Facias oat of and under the seal of the Circuit of the United States for the District of the above entitled cause tested the 24th day of October A D 1862 to me Erected commanding me of the goods and lands ami tenements of the above named to cause to be made certain sum therein specified I have levied upon shall sell at Auction to the highest on Wednesday the twenty eighth day of A D 1868 at 3 o'clock P M at the 1 States Marshal's Office in the City of wackee in District all the right title interest the above named WHIG OF SEVENTY-SIX Hunt hurt OIL Editor 1 50 ia advance Beaver Dam Wis Dec 9 II Brower line twelfth day of A D 1838 Dam and addition to since in and to the following described property to wiu Is The undivided one fourth J part of the north east quarter of the south west quarter and the undivided fourth part of the half of the wsst of section fivo so much of said three forties as lies north of Fox take the ter of which outlet or stream is lo be the line the undivided one fourth of so much the northeast quarter of the south east ter of section thirty-four 34 as sonth and of said Fox Lake outlet the center let is to be the in township thirteen north of range thirteen IS ease The 160 acres is subject to R La and Milwaukee railroad mortgage of fifteen hundred which is first chargeable ou the land Sad The undivided one half of two acres of land bounded as follows Commencing at a point ten 10 rods north of the south west of south east quarter of section ty four in township thirteen 13 north of range thirteen 13 east thence north twenty thence east 16 rods thence twenty 20 thence west sixteen rods to the place of beginning together the undivided one half of tha water power is upon said land Sd Also all th t of bounded as Commencing at the south east corner the south west quarter of section four in township thirteen 18 north of range 13 east along said quarter section hue xo the no- of Fox Luke outlet southwesterly along the northwesterly i of to the place or the snid westerly of stream the and west being the south lint line of fvction thirty four 34 intersect said section line eaM to the place containing of land more less it bring intended to embrace within description as well the ol stream of intersection as also the land within said 4th The north IJS feet of Lot IT in lots ten twelve thirteen and sixteen in block two 2 the -north fifty seven teen the north eighty All of the above described property lying in Dodge County in the State of DARIUS G U S SMITH i U S Marshal's Office Milwaukee Nov 1862 8 ft Lines to the of MISS AGGA Parents weep not for dear Though bitter was the blow That cut the rose bud from the stem laid dear Agga Yet spare thy for her Who lieth in the grave Far temptations deep and strong She is happy with her Saviour now School mates weep not for dear Agga 0 dock tie with flowers Like them she seemed a radiant thing To cheer darken d hours But laid down to Pure as the snow Thin weep not rather mourn the frail linger here The proprietors of newspapers in the principal Western cities have formed an THE AMERICAN Paris THE NEW Pays publishes an extract of a letter j Acl rePort of the Conl i j i u n m -o i Pensions that thc tot 1 payments called the Western Associated tin by Gen a French officer now under former amount Press Measures were adopted with a view in thc service of the United States in which i to 76 a decrease of to improvement in the Press dispatches he says of thc soldiers under his cam 79 as with 1801 The ia the Congressional A was adopted that au advance in the price was rendered im- In c in tho rise in the price of paper At a meeting of the Chamber of 0 m 4th inst a letter was read from tary Welles saying additional force will be the Alabama dispatched in search of as i as practicable here is no authority for granting to i rate vessels to search for the Alabama or mand i about seventy eight All two months of campaign and to cach independent of land such as I never in new act the total the Crimean war where we never were in want of food nor exhausted by long ches 1 c n speak to you knowingly ef the American soldier During all we have been marching night and day times w bread with half of obt shoeless exposed to a chilly rain without shelter lent or village We have thus walked between 150 and 200 miles that which in my estimation makes the will be finally rejected as not ber of applications from the army as up to the loth inst was of which number 478 have been admitted of widows have been applies of mothers 901 of minor children I of 10 Adding to these 4 Remarkable Young Lady greatest THE GOOD the applications received the the grand total is found to bo but this doubtless includes a larije number American soldier the first in the that 11 weep not for Think of that youthful brow Gone far from sorrow and toil Though calm she resteth now Children hallow her precepts Tread in paths she trod That life's duties ail are done You Beaver Dam Dec 1865 eipal to the French I other piratical or I never was compelled lo inflict a The people of Maine are in a great j punishment upon him hen i ordered a of excitement that a steamer aa worms: to within the intent of thc 1 w Tho or expresses the belief hat thc sul to JUt A Rebel newspaper in Georgia in mourning over in tucky says that had the General d me his duty have been ours would have furnish ed us Supplies while Columbus Ohio ITTO lot eighteen the south part of lot fifteen if bring all of said lot except north twenty all block two of village 5th Lit luur south one half of lots might hare been our headquarters Then the of Ohio aad the of Indiana have rallied to the ing of Gen Bragg's noted proclamation then would many tho friends in snia Ohio and Illinois have joined the Inn fourteen and in block lour Uj lot six seven j and twenty live in in block three SoutheTc army then too could General having cut off the Western fiom Eastern States have whispered terms of the ear and twenty two twenty tour leel being ail of the same which ecu laud deeded by G W and J L limber to X and one feet nnd on the westerly Mill Also all ot the land or lots ill Uock eight to in and plotted and surveyed by f 12 in hlock two jt to in block fui iv j might we have reasonably hoped for This is a precious confession but even fuel lot in block seven pan ot lot j doubtless in tnj true as to the tors Enquirer of the 21st states ago A very conveyed by s Brower ed lady connected with people in great wealth and influence was imprisoned in Castle Thunder a nover him utter a complaint 01 and humane act will not exceed seven that will w hich millions of statement It is j straggler to he to show me i a 1 1 HK 1 a an wenn tion of the pirate Alabama appeared in Frenchman's Bay ou the 20th and steered toward Sullivan They know of no honest vessel likely to be there at this fecund as ueh tune Winter has come its freezing winds and wa draw around our firesides niy for doing a n in A LI of the he is an I business iu the pine woods this American soldier ile adds to tho are nearly complete Supplies teams ties ot the a patience and a tion which I did not think u a soldier to acquire THE SUNKEN SHIPS AT NOR FOLK equipage etc have been ing into the woods on thc Eau Claire and 1 for a considerable length of I time The late fine weather has given loggers a fair opportunity to make all preparations for a winter's ana we i Ji t we are lork and now they only await the pre- we add more clothing to our bed we arc states thc of in running sunken war vessels of the rapidly and successfully progressing few days the frigate United S government is A States at mire expense in laying in and preparing fuel for our especially whem we ex- such severe cold weather as we have had within the week that has past We have seen ice drawn by here on inst averaging from 8 to 10 inches thick j force of divers and are now sence snow to put everything in running Claire Free Press A BIT OF has transpired was raised pumped out aad towed to the tne rebel Albert Sydney Johnson tst n e i Gosport Yard by the contractor i at Shilon concerted n nice plan to the 8th Thomas F Veils of Boston A large I in this early part of December m- IQ at At a given time the There will Ic a Chr'stmas Ball at the Lowell House H Westeott tor on Thursday Dec 25 1862 25 loyed upon the work and preparation i ta were to the forts with his com to raise the and stand of arms shipped there by land and frigate Congress sunk at the entrance to James river The Annual New Year's Ball will be held as usual by Mr Concert Hall on Thursday January 1st Tickets to Hall and Supper and team only two dollars Music by Hazen's Quad- giving information to the kees by way of Portsmouth where she rille of Waupun Tickets for sale at he Clark The New York Tribune is great activity on Island Floyd for the very purpose San at mercy must have succumbed and the Uperatious are would thus have had a port in which to ia progress the fit out and would likewise huve ob- Delaware and Columbus control of the vast treasures of the state which are expedited to be raised w hole was or known at and made for service Sumner was a JUL to the command in irnin and was arriving at Francisco without ol his He walked incognito to the office of Johnston informed him that he ivus his su showed him h's papers and 10 me command in are to be raised in- put on board a ship at in which are the two rebel s near tho Yard says i i TT -i j ot i I snowed old is to i d be ed into an man-of-war j no alternative but to comply In half an hour Her live cak ers 1 not been impa a or a tne of the forts were run out on ed by age or immersion and she can be enme s as a aew vessel o and at all die fortifications in this harbor Immense ammunition tjo 1 aro collected and are in a sne evening the stand of arms at Bedoia were secured ThH but quiet coup da etat the El Buffalo Gammer was at in 1797 aad rated at forty-four guns The Constitution Was -ship at An- on the breaking out of the rebellion BEAVER CURRENT and was eat out and to 11 now is The -j r i T i ITI j i on i It dwells and from which place she has ward state to meet any probable as a 1834 at Gasport nnd scut on four MX twelve aud j made several visits to jcy -U lots -i i re twenty one -21 inclusive in block forty Some Union officers very ten eleven ii Decently from Richmond say that the A very fine quality of cotton been successfully grown the present in six ine -i 47 and eight tone of tlw and of the people j son Kelly s Island Lake Ane one l 10 eight S inclusive lots eleven j at Richmond indicate that they consider four inclusive and lots ity eight 28 to forty three -13 nine the hist addition to Fox as and by L ten KO eleven 13 and fourteen 141 m block one 1 lots une i 1 i- three four 4 and Carolina rep Afric n station and subsequently to the Mediterranean where she now is fare of the fir I bom of the American navy b ic uin t the place in great danger and that they arc aware of the strength of the National army and its determination to deal them t terrible blow officers who had r-t that m M nk 7 Lots one l to seven 7 there groat apprehension there of the in block six B iu second n u t TI i Fox Lake capture of Gen roster SUi part of the north Jf is not r north west of section four 4 town in the publishing of dismissed ship eleven 11 range 14 enst Sounded as follows OH the east by street on tho south by land deeded to K V Bogert north by the town line between elev 11 nnd now lying iu the Third of the City of Heaver Dam and plotted it would be better to at once We on the already notes frons who on tho J said City ss out lots number fifty-seven 57 fifty eight CS in Ward Pth That part of Jot eighteen i'8 in block 7 of the towr tif Beaver Dam as plotted J P Browor bounded as at the north east corner of said lot IS thence west on the south Hue of Third street hundred and 162 feet to laard deeded to owe Snow whence otro and sixty five fee thence west to the east line of lot in said Mock seven 7 one hundred and sixty two 162 south along I've nine S ten 10 nnd eleven U to the north line of Middle street thence east along tho line ot Middle street to land deeded to Kiirring- ton one hundred and eighty two 182 feet whence north along the west line of said land one hundred and sixty five feet cast along the north line of said land one hundred and thirty two 152 feet j to thc cast line of lot eighteen 18 thence north one hundred and sixty five 165 feet to of beginning Wth That part of lot eighteen in block fourteen 14 of said town of Beaver Dam ed follows commencing at the east cor- ner of lot sixteen 16 in said block thence one hundred nnd sixty five 165 feet north to the Une of Middle street thence west along line to land deeded to Crosby one hundred sixty two 1G2 feet thence south one dred and sixty five 163 feet thence east one mid sixty two 102 feet to the place of Also all that part of the north west quarter of the north i township eleven 11 range fourteen 14 bounded as On the west by 1 ose 5 addition to Beaver Dam on the 1 y out lot number eleven 11 in the Fourth Waid 1 the City of Beaver Dam on the east by out number nine 9 nnd on the south by Third now the Fourth Ward in tbo Citr of Rearer and platted by said City lot ten 10 of the said Fourth Ward tbat land lying in said Fourth of said City the line named -Us in disgrace but who wore larly and honorably discharged But the case is reported froMi Boston Capt Thompson of tke le ported discharged for being absent out teave was mortally wounded in the battle of Malvern Hill and died a few days afterward in the hospital The Times special It proper to state that Burnside possessed the confidence of the Government mere than at present that since Ins recent visit to Washington the confidence has resulted in a very great increase iu his powers and his ition from many the restraints under which he previously tabored All storks to the effect that tha array of the Potomac will go into winter quarters are sheer falsifications will bs no till the rebellion is beyond r of inflicting further mischief ing 14 pounds are nn their way to New York and intended for one of the forts commanding the barber this city Others are being made for the same pose townships eleven 11 ami twelve 12 tha north line of out Jots eight g nine 0 ten 10 and the north lino of lots one 1 two J and three S in two 2 of the town of JDam and which strip of land is pow platted by City of Beaver Dam as out Jot number eleven slso a continuation of Uke woe strip of land east to Beaver street all tba laud between the said town the north line of lots four 4 five 7 eight 8 in said block two trip being about 96 feet wide at the west about 21 twenty two feet wide at Lot twenty four 24 in block sixteen lot ten 10 Sc block 17 in the Senator Wilkinson of Minnesota on the 4th iust presented aa earnest but re- protest to the President against the pardon or reprieve of the condemned Indians in that State After reading this paper to the President Messrs Windom and being present and heartily endorsing this project decided to join therein with Senator Wilkinson thus making the unanimous of the entire Republican ion ia Congress from that State The Post's Washington dispatch says that Chase's report lias gone by a late mail His estimate of the pub lie debt iu that it will exceed one thousand and fifty millions on thc 1st of July next Hutehins offered a resolution ing the committee on military affairs to en- quire aad report as to the propriety of dis- the West Military Academy and instead thereof aiding the endowment cf military schools in the seve ral States The of t 0wiU the correspondent of the Lundon Times is o her Win L Yancy On fire 17th November by one of ose A Maine paper an account L ul icse L mishaps which sometimes befall scoundrels an aged old who has the discovery was made that measure bloomed out with T were in progress for tho of hair of liis teeth and counterfeit postage J he proof of a ior was found in the street 11 rid immense in the hands cf eyes A despatch from 3d the President's s age was received there within hours from the time it arrived in Chicago United States Treasurer the impostures w Upon detected hundred Club Corn bushel in the Corn Oats Barley 90 a Dressed Hogs 83 Eggs doz Batter Bi bushel 25 Potatoes Onions bushel Yoc Wood cord 82 ton Lumber Shingles M 75 MISS DOC RESS A This Lady once Iw j Wonderful Child has been HI tod Sluten since he us eleven y- oid auj hasi en endowed fiom hur birth with a to an decree con- of her and will gn into na hunt up or ami her I buy will enquiring their with all events ot life since they latt m I aether with ilie present or in aUo ol lost money or ying the persona with BO much certainty to a doubt ot is a indeed She ran sen point out the to cure thc most even that have tnr tl e skill ol as of Throat ami Heart nml Liter Longn of in or ho Pick fan and to be and used will turc Fiver Pores Can errs Titter in Hack and and other 01 Ions and lint ing upon who have long since tin Ir Sight and Hearing ur neatly so by All forms of Female Com- nt During her ravels she hns cured hundreds who were on the of are WAV living end COOKING STOVE FOR WOOD OB COAL THE GOOD SAMARITAN I- ilia best and mill durable Stars THE GOOD every fur Cooking c cr r a Stove THE GOOD SAMARITAN oji nnd nt the tame lime without one kind of tu THE OVEN constant of pure r the THE HOT-AIR DRAUGHT of Fire Hex Die iteming of the Stove cumMing THE GOOD SAMARITAN To work in n j lest Fuel tlian in the Worie THE GOOD SAMARITAN for KB ib Hearth without interfering with other of THE GOOD SAMARITAN Water lor superior lo any THE GOOD SAMARITAN ill every respect worthy of COME AND SEE IT and for to Trade by CO For sale by A P WHOLESALE I respectfully ask the of ors to my large and Selected Stock in part cf GERMAN TIN TOYS A M E Rf C A y TO Y S ing health her skill and French Boxen Ktc Etc y will lie tully given ulicn r will lo maUe permanent cuirn in all cases undertakes mode of examination n when slie wnh ty and fo to and receive the of al who c n null her She also to life health ntia sends med i mines by required I This young lady can truly te called a i t-s ni a for her dictions and jhe complete of her er revelations in to lite and and of have hur matters of hiph and given evidence of their entire She is now staying with her parents at Aro 10 St Combs in Ivory KUBBER AND AND PURSE T H R E A THREAD Michigan Where plie inn to Lilu and Hum n System be consulted upon all per Health cf the CONSULTATION FEE DOLLAR AMERICAN WA For Soldiers AT REDUCED PRICES Watches for Americans Pins and Needles Bird ri -S B's Playing Cards and over TEN other Articles too lo I to close Buyers at Prices that DEFY ALL COMPETITION Call and he convinced that though my Stec is the my Prices are Lower than other in the Dealers in CARS will pica send for our Price List as Manufacture A Article of Cab at Prices that Eastern Competitors PEUGEOT'S GREAT STORE 108 LAKE Chicago Illinois are form and tures thit give the world assurance ot a man Major General Lovel I II in features is probably the conspicuous general in tlie American ar- my He is full six fiet two inches in height of he ivy muscular frame tit the same time lithe and active His face says fight all over it He is ve ry dark featured big whiskered and like coals of fire and nose of decidedly the pugilistic curve He loves the Union and hates the rebels like Ho led the first regiment of Union soldiers into the city of after the Louis vile Legion He did this against the of a large number of tender footed Unionists who feared that the bloody scenes enacted at Baltimore would be re But he told that he wts for he issue and should reek it His was not molested but on the contrary WJS received with most stations of grati It was a great blow f r the Union cause in Kentucky After tha day With tho exception of die date the had succeeded in closely ting thc lettering thc date being in larger figures than the and the work poorly executed This defect however would not be easily detected after the per bad be n or d Tribune UNIVERSITY WIXTER COURSE OF 13 LIC L E C T URE The Watch notice that an w of Watch for Soldiers and others who n good watch at a price These intended to displace tin worthless watches of British which the country is flooded and which were never expected to keep time when they were made being refuse to this Commercial Brokers i C country unsaleable at home Bud used j Dealers in Real Estate and Merchandise nero only for jockeying Dwindling purposes to sell our Watch which is of the j Substantial Manufacture an and durable time keeper in Silver Cases Hunting pattern as a puce aa ia asked tor the trashy and of muke to We have named the trew series of WM boston which name will be found on ot every watch of tl a nwa is one of our trade Sold by aJl respectable Jewelers in the Loyal Wholesale should hp to f the F N V Save your Silks BE XE Paint Spots in clonus to ntw without injury to mosl delicate or auric Only Cts Bottle Sold tit A horrible murder of a young woman Clementina Anderson by Brown an Eighth Avenue abortionist came to light in tho Winth Ward In with a long of the have been for a j COURSE DP Sm P 00 Chemists Druggists New York Co K Y on i I Before the and Friends of Univer at least Eliza Gordon was kj nurse aad couk of tire abortion e he at in the Wednesday night Dr Brown it append has been practicing liis nefarious traJe Winter The of f 0 iwi Of his feind in the city has been felt by many of the inhabitants and the tigg of such lectures ns arc proposed both to Augustus L Shams was tbe students and be seen by all deceiver of tbe victim and even in her moments he deserted her Coroner 11 is holding an on the body is yet at Y Tribune THE OLD is said that the War Department will after insist that drafted when of these occasions to possess will be apparent fiom the mention of as the following Prof S H body R T Craig State Su of Public Instruction MI Miter and Senator Doolittle Others of the best speakers ift the North have signified their willingness to lend their aid to the interest caring substitutes shall obtain the consent of the substitutes to join tie old regiments This is tke adopted by the nient to bridge the difficulty of filling up the old regiments Henceforth all will be compelled to enter the o d THE BEAVER DAM B Will Furnish Music Lectures will about once in weeks in the University ol III une Ol to remain ior nine i be from week to in lo Wall this understanding the Government i cal papers To the traveling will pre er to the original ed men Llay and other ists deemed it valorous to get out of thc State Gen Rousseau has just been made 1 Major General It should have been done a year ago He has mure homn and smaller recognition han any other general in the western army There are no ifs or buts in his Unionism shoes at for army Learn in childhood if you can thai happiness is not outside but inside A good heart and a clear conscience bring happiness which no riches and BO circum- stance alone can erer do QaiDs arc sometimes taken from the ions of one goose to spread the opinions of another ing Rebels in East Tennessee ing to leave for tne South The rebels are expected to make a stand this side of A Western dispatch cautions the lic against an issue of counterfeit U S Treasury notes about to be put in tion by border State Secessionists and other word sometimes be- gins with its second letter To love something more tban self tnat is the secret of all that is great to how to live for ethers that is the aim of all noble seals of gentlemen from a small fee will as fulijws Lecture or 25 pri Tickets fur the 61 Tickets for tke Course Arrangements also lie nude for thos who wish to attend with their families on still term Tickets will he found at the Store or with the Professors at thc University It that the Citizens of Beaver Dam will give their support lo this enterprise by fill ing the house The first Lecture will occur or Wednesday Nov 19 Beaver Dam Nov 12th 1832 ORDINANCE THE COHMON COUNCIL of the City ol Beaver Dam do Ordain a Special Tax be and the same hereby levied to the amount ol twenty fire and dollars on Lot No 7 in Block 2 in Plat being the amount to pay the cost of constructing a side walk in front of said lot Deo S 1862 W D City Clerk H W LANDER Mayor Chapped Hands FACE LIPS SUNBURN IMMEDIATE CURE CAMPHOR ICE WITH if used the keep the hands in the coldest weather Pi ice Cts Sold by i Sent by on receipt of 3D Cts CO Chemists Druggists New-York P i Co N Y Consumption SCROFULA cfr GENUINE COD iCR lus been proved by yean rhe boat remedy for ten and while it cures it flesh mil to the See you get Genuine Sold bv New Toik r Cii S Y n nt if id f will T S BAKER CO Brokers C Merchants Dealers in Real Estate and Merchandise MERCHANDISE We have on band most of the time Stocks of such as Dry ceries Boots and Shoes Hardware Liquors Watches fur f part and part on hand Stock of worth of choice ALL KINDS including Sugars ic fur Land COFFEE We arc Agents f r the Manufacturers of Coffei that we can dell for 25 c-r w per Quarters This Coffoe will pre you full I take Horses Buggies in place of the Land for C quarter Ca h or other Property be disposed of according to your the avails remitted iu C in all cases will and Address with Stamp T S BAKER CO Office Xo Randolph Street y Cox 2223 Examine the JEWETT Eor sale by PHELPS One door fast of the Post Beaver Dam 2 1362 The attention of the Young Men of in particular nnd of Northwest is catted to this institution otter for the tft Unable Book nml Col nit in thin iti the TIK that can he all the n nt a for i the various all who lie j sensed llw PRACTICAL ind Tull ID nml a is t I experience the is tint Tan ilv Tdn ami ills fill linns for i o e in lut-s f tlw brvO umi be obtained by return stamps ior re urn Dr F- Practical Vork 9 ho and not obtain a Diploma hois able to a Fairbanks STANDARD SCALES OF ALL KINDS Also Warehouse Trucks Presses FAIRBANKS GREENLEAF CO 1 TS Lake Street Bo of tho are iHo prepared Collect and pursuits The arr Greek and German with Branches tent I who teach by the most f by g and Jn City yovin The Proprietor will fur with nr P Apply for r
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