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Wisconsin Pinery (Newspaper) - August 3, 1860, Stevens Point, Wisconsin C SWAYZE CO PROPRIETORS VOL 17 I Jin mi DEVOTED TO THE AND CITY OF POINT PORTAGE COUNTY WIS FRIDAY AUG s A YEAH IX ADVANCE IVERT A T STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN IN I week three I OH Ililf f column SI 00 I 3 5 00 S 00 and lu advance of can only 0 Co Surgeon V EVENS WIS OH Clark Street ISook On may bo left at tho Printing Office S MARKS M JEI i AND IT Office on Main Street A Itic WHOLE SCHEFFER Point ivis 11 L Gold titia LAND given to any with the U S I nt nnd coin furnished for per sons nt a Co Fond I Mo Buffalo S T of North W J Bell 4 t New York Oco Smith A Ills Alex Milwaukee of FRANK WAHLE Point Wisconsin STOCK ALK MALT YEAST All orders from abroad promptly attended All good lor cattle mil GRAND HOUSE M A of i in nil for Kin Point CO DEALERS IX and PROVISIONS Also ouj in nil of to will ilu lo call examine ij Muy 10 The Meant Uj- On tlw and of September the National Horse Show and Fair will bu ai of A premium list of dollars is offered and the Fair will be to nil slates ami Canadas Be- of ill le necessary he Fair grounds boarding have been made for City of Stevens lUnn the drr Tor tvill HINT and Mr nt 5 in morn nl 2 k in 1 fullest nnn of German N J WHS buried He WHS a middle i GOO pounds 10 llif 10 Sll A- IIOI.'S I Valley Morris Ci on ult Ilic 910 if to Ills i coflin leaves n about i WO pounds and of very siz j Times Upon the adjournment of the Senate we went lo the House of Representatives That noisy body of Solon's is reached by pissing from the Senate chamber through what is called main or hall running through iho en- of Iho which is so long Unit a man at Iho opposite end of appears as as H hoy On entering the gallery of the wo saw Mr Due mild looking gentleman he who appeared lo bu in tho duties thereof but fiom the confusion and our impression was lhat tho House was not in session of a tor view of soon left tho gallery and obtained admission iho of with Col from whu D 1.0 I i has not for i llu on side t I He will ink tlie slump s U las and Johnson i OM he tables in open pice to iho right of tho speaker The under consideration was tho Tariff which was being read by tho clerk and l have a and to ibis from whoever desired to make amendment moved lo strike out of the HOTEL hear them in the poor I or to insert as suited his purpose AT LAW PARK I AT I AW Slovens fu nil lif ill K St ly for in Spring and Summer of MAS The i his motion n vote would bu taken in This con- until disposed have I upon iho disposition of th In I Slovens Point Co six 1.011 vr I w Co doors of House it on the 1 ul i mile I j P o r c u s s i o 11 Matches Sln-enr Wir Ii 0 W A R D S S 0 0 1 4 j inn up j ii iii a ipi ul i- b i M man inn C'ltshiucfo LAKE HOUSE ft ILLINOIS s 11 V CO J X lir kilJ.vn a Ilin If I il 1.1 a f U aiv v tlin lie u M llin ami Ilie I in Hi will In- llin mill I i wild and liar of TWIN ISLAND Knowlton Wisconsin II This well is located I an thr home io HI tho in lo to ali who 14 T A A PTl of tbc Ii en i M h I H I d u l di- and I f 1 ol ol siys i mi Li ie i Tariff a which would j I oilier body lie at lime use ul his lungs l usu il The Two The regular Convention which nominated Douglas the day was at composed a's near as we can gel at the fact of Delegates It requires 303 lo full but South Carolina ida voles wero un- All the on las portion of tho n men that Doug v tho or to ihu ul j votes This Was before Iho balloting for This should bo particular us Mr Hichardson tho friend of Mr Douglas 1 letter from Iho latter gentleman in pocket lo produced whenever necessary nation This was lo bo in ciso il was found lo bo impossible lo get him n harmonious s nomination act of the of this letter It h by means and the no doubt hurried their action least its production would with their and havo no for Tho SusMon left votes huho lar convention No course for but to attempt lo carry THE Ii n IHU Iho their They therefore proceedi d Mr on tho second ballot got out if cast Iho of iho present regaining from voting until after the second billot ul of n gentleman who bad been opposing to tho it was and ho was bj declared choice I f the At the s called to polled 105 from 0 ro- POIST Aug 3 extra winter per sack Flour spring wheat per sack Hour Ilye per sack Wheat per bushel Corn per bushel per per bushel Fresh Pork in hog per Fresh Beef per lb Butter per lb Cheese per por lb per dozon lUy per ton Salt per hbl Onions por bushel TEXAS A San Antonio correspondent of the bilo writes as Tho experience of years is to establish tho fact lhal is not and probably never will bo a nnd therefore aro no profitable objects in which labor can employed Our ID tho Ilio tho nature of Inn facility with which blavos escape inio make this of very insecure upon 2.00 1.25 75 60 25 06 00 12 14 12 09 6.00 voles Of ilm hi I inu use nt in H-n i v up up a lo si.cll 11 i i i.....i u tone a-i a I or alior nil havii 11 fir Ih fur so girat was i ih din no could 1 heard In nx us Only arc lo had a I western frontier and therefore if thero a Of feeling on Iho il is only such an as must always at- lend an of a direct and the of tho principles contented iy brought homa in this country ted as it ii in of its features Tho al lucky writes Democrat as follows from your that the administration nxe hai been in will the head of every m in has io ihu who dare's to say he is fur Now I havo tho honor of in i nt ir whilst as I for Douglas to i mil had a talk insiders They end nnd don't know of but in this county but what ii ull deeply rupture in our n s if i tif on I mill ii III I V on Ilir i in l world put j Mi Speaker Mr can a moment in should ho nnd is Mr Doughs S oft to its undivided Nc i- I iiiiii nil Mr Dawhon nnd oilier i- 1 am sirs yours truly II H nun proud of great feats of and men Ih n i Dlt J plies iho who manfully tho of don't do n groat mad i vu und in i in d At iii M II III J S of Miss nt Id ill lint mi uhsi.le inio lib II i it el of la mid freedom of work At all iho year I AND of List every then i bis may h ivo ihu regularly I d u i f in Mr i iho j A lu j ish slavery in w is a slill in nil was j Ihu en- i rary a the nnd ilio While floor Us and lio wai the of the i will bo accomplished by doing regularly of a and of work llian by on ilu I la z P wi to nil business to as buying or I ing locating govern A 1 Iton A B L 0 I W Kennedy A A Single 4 Co A Alban lion atk Co would most respectfully nnd to tarry till loor to E Store in hi line of In t they nre Groceries Fish in ft ft co intry store nml wo rail al found in a lit 11 ii is Milt f nil Store Moy IS IJim n for 01 tin uly at any one Tim work will bu bettor and yon will IK likely to live longer to enjoy its Univ do you get along with your a of liii I've ciphered addition substruction distraction hallucination darnation arid He'd dn for rin engineer ana short line railroad A good old Dutchman and hit iml l rr W let loose among the and confusion could not i by far bcon greater or dignified than by this body of American yn Sez she How yu dn run I I wish there was in mi solo yu cood so somo of mi fc I side deeply f here but as lie Hindu no lo it 1 on u Ar cood know iho mites his 1 lie iii i he In Texas Mil loll to Dou nnd mid made iho 111 part loi n in the mannor lhat men run how to o in mo in o 4 lit in quick Tl purposes ilits House and the Senate as have from this it'll will lit sold at pricer with of the com in h ll are now in cm CASH or T-x Fannert or r ro ALL cme will r cure In row itc All promptly to At Ware Dec I CJ is jn favor of tho latter ling of wheat which cover our fields in direction A I few of the early is in order Almost an in want of dignity in mannor and lo ami s nil I Hill fully fitc our anil Iho lest ul Sparta Herald lily A i a it of toil if per i body in Iho Uradu of a candor in statement of facia by nomo members while iho House y upon Iho ex of when oilier sidy is spoken of iho chair has provided M ulien a of decorum place lo candor o lo drawin up lo her full hilo sod I won't listen lu jur any any longer Jest yu rito out whal yu are at If yu mcen hitched I'm in WORTH oil is said lo bo a sura of bed bugs Ap ply with a small brush oi to tho where they most congregate The cure is effectual Gill frames rubbed over with coal oil fill not be disturbed bv Hies derive the idea dial a can move and lip and dance but Mys ho has at many a public mooting where the j a i Mr E 0 of Oxford N Y writes to tin Farmer lhat Iw plants his Ices in Iho fall crops aod Ihen when planted iu tho spring His method of planting is as follows Select a piece of dry ground pra- luro it its for spring planting any tint in he fall when iho ground is in good order taking care lo plant the potatoes a deeper limn in the spring planting a shovel full of course manure on or Mill into etch hill or ter still cover iho surface of the ground with s coat of straw where mice an dot too straw holps to tect the potatoes scarcely need hoeing or plowing ASB pie of Kentucky and Missouri Mys the Albany are declaring in their might for the regular Democratic nomi and and Johnton will both Slatea boll The prew the cue from the lo Iho side of Douglas ajd cy The llw est and mott in run son The St leading organ ii Wot and 1 paper of MM also run up of tbd I
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