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af <■ situate
lying & ik) being iu tlie County of lowa and
State of Wisconsin, and more pariicubuly des
cribed as follows, to-wit: The west half of
die south-east quarter of section fourteen [l-1]
containing eighty [HO] acres ; the west half of
the south-east quarter of section twenty-two
[22] containing eighty [Bo] acres ; the south
east quarter of section twenty-three [23] con
tabling one hundred and sixty [IOOJ acres; the
south-west quarter of section twenty four [24]
containing one hundred aud sixty [IGO] acres;
(he north-w<*t ijunrter of section twenty-six
|QO‘T coutaii.iug one hundred and sixty [iGO]
hv.es. All of the above described trucls of land
lying | township s X [Cj north of range one [l]
, cast of the fourth [4th] principal meridian. A Iso
lh east half of the south-east quarter of section
twenty |2o] in township seven [7] north of
range aforesaid, containing eighty [HO] acres;
aqd the west ha if of the south-west fractional
quarter of section six [6] in township eight north
of range aforesaid, containing sixty-eight [6B]
acres ami<orlyhutidredls of an aero.
Dated Sheriff’s Office, Dodgeville Wisconsin,
October 20th, A. D- 18G2.
GEORGE J/ESSEKS Ml7’[f,
Sheriff of lowa County Win.
SAM LL&-COGS WELL,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. nG-3m
— IOWA CO. COURT.
In the matter of the Estate of Louis Lebonty
On reading and filing lire p* tit ion of Margar
et Lebonty of lowa Comity, representing
among other things that Louis Lebonty, late
of lowa County, on the Fourteenth day o(
November, A. D* 18G2, died intestate. leaving
goods, chattels and estate within tins County,
and that she the petitioner is the widow o(
said deceased and praying that administration
of said estate ba to her granted. It is ord;ied
that the proofs of said instrument be heard
before the Judge of this Court on Monday the
Kith day of December, A. I). 1802,at the Pro
bate Office in the Village of Dodgeville.
And it is furthher ordered that no lice thereof
be given to all pcrso.s intereste t by publish
ing a copy of.this order for three weeks suc
cessively, prior to said day hearing, in the ol
Dodgeville Chronicle, a weekly news pap per.
printed and published at the \ illageol Dodge
ville in said County.
Dated November 19th 18G2.
. .* S. B, A NsLF.Y
'’o 3w. County Judge.
***• n ‘7w. M %
mrnutfit
John h- Roberta and
Guenfred U obai'ts, his
wife, Alonzo Ghlk',
Eben O. Gibs, Pearly
A Child, E- W.i'iUatn
Fos. Stephen C. Mua-
Bar.T’hoinasS. Young,
Alex. Young, Charles
11. Wood, D C. Warn
nv, C Young, Charles
Perrme, Oliver Ben
nett, James B, Fisk,
William Garnett, Au
gustus Kuight, Charles
Collins, Samuel N.
Keltog, Elih H. K.r
by, Charles Kirtland
and Benhard Gold
smith.
Defendants.
The Slate of Wisconsin.
TO John L Roberts tmd Guenfrid HoboirtG
)iia wife, Alonzo Child, Ebon G. Gibs, Pearly
A. Child, R. William Fox. Stephen (’. Munser
Thomas S. Young, Alex. Young, Charles 11.
Wood. I). C. Manny, G. Young, Charles Fer
rule, Oliver Bennett, James B. Fisk, Wiffiain
Garnet, Augustus Knight, Chas. Collins, -Sam.
N. Kellogg, EUab B Kirby, Charles Rutland
and Ben Hard Goldsmith,
■VfOU are hereby summaned and r, quire-,
V-atSylad io answer the complaint of Joim
V Thomas Plaintiff* which washed in the
uffiee of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in ami
for%he Comity of lowa,on the 2nd dav of Decem
ber 1862, where'the same remains on tile, and to
*er?e a copy of your answer on the subscriber,at
the Law Office of Samuel W. Reese,in the vil
lage of Dodgeville. lowa County, and State
of Wisconsin, within twenty days alter the
•ervioe of this summons, exclusive of the day
of service, and if you fail to answer said com*
plaint JWfhereby required, the plaintiff will np
lilv to the Court for relief Demanded in the
Paint.
. Dated Decambor Ist, 1862
I . t} . > S A.VIUEI. W- REESE
Plaintiff's Attorney*
Taken Up-
BY the subscriber in the town of
Limitsn, near the County Farm
on laud owned by him,on or about the ,J ( and..
30lh day of November, onelight ba\ horse cli
about I4 year* old, white star in forehead, black
fiuaae and light colored legs the owner will He<s>
cab prove property, pay charges and lube him
aWil> ’ STEPHEN POLKING HORN.
Taken Up.
By the eabaerdier, residing in the
town of Dodgeville. three miles MtfaL
east of the village, on land owned by him. m
said town, on or about the 29th day of No
vember 1662, two yearling calves, one black
pteer. undone red ond white heifer.
Also, oa the b li day of December, one red
ateer,about one year old.
n!3*4w OWEN C. JONES.
Strayed.
TMIOM the premises of the subscriber
Jj residing in the town of Dodgevil e- . yfv l
on or about the last week in last OcU>-(, |
hits a horn Coll about eighteen months oui.
black, with white star in forehead, and a lutle
white about the fetlocks of the hind f> et. Any
person giving notice where said colt can be ob
tained. will much oblige the subscriber and will
Dated Dodgeville Dec. 4th 1863.
jil3*4w EVAN W IKILLIAMS.
ever imported by us. We have
Dutch toys,
French toys,
American toys,
(Swiss toys,
Tin toys.
Toy Guns, Swords, Pistols, Drums.
Puzzle blocks,
Building Blocks,
Chess, Dominoes.
Noah's Ark, with all creation,
Swiss towns,
Fiench Villas,
Menageries,
Dogs, Cats, Sheep, &c
Wax Dolls as large as life,
Dolls without natural hair and eyes,
Dolls that Laugh,
Dolls that Cry.
And all (h£ new and ingenious TOYS that
the combined Su’ill and industry of the work,
can supply.
We have on hand tlj largest and best se
lec’cd stock of
CHIUBTMAB GOODS
suited to the country trade that has ever been
brought to this market, to which they invite
the attention ot
StATF OF I
lowa County Circuit
Court.
for
l&C.lt'f.
The Plaintiff desires
the trial of this action,
if iiny there be, to he
had in the Couuly of
lowa.
CLOSE BUYERS,
us we are determined to n ake this the place
lor Cash Butkhs to invest their monkt.
Call or Send
your orders and be convinced, that our stock
is the
LARGEST IN THE CITY,
our prices are lower than any other house in
Chicago.
ilernember the name and number,
PEUGEOT'S GHE A T VARIETY
STORE 108 LAKE ST., CiiIOAGO.
n‘Jm2
SI NGE R & CO.’S
Letter A‘ Family Sewing Machine,
WITH ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS.
IS the rkbt and cheape-t and most
beautiful of all Sewing Machines. This
Machine will sew anything, from the running
of a luck in Tarletan to the making of an
Overcoat —anything from Pilot or Beaver cloth
down to the softest Game or Gossamer Tissue,
and is ever ready to do its work to perfection.
It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and
has capacity for n great variety of ornamental
work. This is not the only Machine tl at cau
fell, bvm, bipd, and so forth, but it will do so
betttc tlian any other Machine. The Letter
“A” Family Sewing Machine may be had in a
great variety of cabinet cases. Iho bolding
Case, which is now becoming so popular, is, as
its name implies, one that can be folded ioto a
box or case, which, when opened, makes a
beautiful, substantial, and spacious table for the
work to rest upon. The caseo are of every
imaginable design—plain as the wood grew- in
ita native forest, or us elaborately finished as
ait can make them.
Send for a copy of “Sr*Ea & Go.’s Ga
zette.I'* 1 '*
I. M. SIXGEII & CO.,
458 Broadway N. Y.
The branch offices are well supplied with
siik twist, thread, needles, oil, etc., of the very
best quality. Milwaukee Office,
n391 !Ho. IT Newhall House.
Something' Worth Having.
k GOOD
OT. O’. CORNISH
WOU LI) respectfully inform the public that
he is prepared to (eke
Amorotypes, Melainotypes,
CARTE IJE VISITES-,
Views of Residence*, Locket Pictures taken
and old pictures copied, he is fitted up expressly
for the business, having a skylight, an indis
pensible article for getting a good picture.
Please call at the car nearly opposite the
Court House and see his Premium Pictures.
Dolgevillo, November 13lh, 1861.
FAIRBANKS’^
I[*4 fcTANDABD
ALL* SCALES
rJK OF AM. KINDS.
Aho, ’Warehouse Truck#, Letter Prmce, Ac.
Fairbanks, Grccnlcaf & Cos.
\o 1 T*2 Lake Street, CHICAGO.
O'Be careful to buy only the genuine. [3B
WHOLESALE
TOY HOUSE.
Christmas Toys and Yankee
Notions.
108 LAKE STREET, CHICAGO.
WE offer for sale this season the largest
assortment of
FANCY GOODS TOYS,
AMERICAN
PRIMITIVE METHODIST
MAGAZINE.
THIS PERIODICAL is printed at the of
fice tf the Chronicle, npdjgeville, it is
issued once a month as the church organ of
the Western Conference of the P. M. Con
nection. Its price ifl one dollar a year, and
may be bed of any of the preachers of that
denomination, or by applying at this office.
A Remarkable Young Lady.
o
MISS TENESSEE OLAFLIN,
DOCTRESS
AND
CLAIRVOYANT.
This Young Lady, who was once called the
“Wonderful Chiid,” has been traveling in
the United States since she was eleven years
old, and has been endowed from birth with a,
supernatural gift to such au astonishing degree
that she convinces the most skeptical , of her
wonderful powers, and when required will go
into an unconscious stale, and hunt up absent
friends, whether dead or alive, and through her
they will tell the enquiring friend their situa
tion and whereuboals, with all the events of
life since they last met, together with the
past, present or future events in life ; also of
lost money or property, identifying the per
sons concerned with so much certainty as to
scarcely leave a doubt of quilt.
This young lady is a physician indeed. She
can see and point out the medicine to cure the
most obstinate diseases, even those that have
for years baffled the skill of our best physicians
such as:-
Uiptheria, diseases of the throat and lungs,
diseases of the stomach, neuralgia, sick
headache, dropsy in the chest, asth
ma, fits or falling sickness &c ,
and can direct salves and
liniments to be made and
used that will cure old sores,
fever sores, cancers.rheumatism,
catarrh, sprains, weakness in the
back and limbs,
And other complaints of long standing, and
has performed astonishing cuors upon those
who have long since lost their
Sight and Hearing,
or nearly so by disease. All forms of female
complaints attended to with great success.
During' her travels she has cured hundreds who
were on the verge of the grave, who ore now
living and enjoying good health, through her
skill and sucncsslul treatment. Satisfactory
references will be cheerfully given when re
quested. She will guarantee to make perma
nent cures in all casts she undertakes. Her
mode of examination is with a clairvoyant eye,
when she tells invalids of their diseases and sit
uation wHh great certainty and satisfuc;ion,
so much so us to merit and receive the confi
dence of all who consult her. She also an
swers letters per/.amiiig to life and health with
great satisfaction, and sends medicine by Ex
press, when required.
This young lady can truly he railed a Proph
etess as well us a Dortress, for her wonderful
predictions, and the complete fuliillnioiit of her
former revelations in reference to life and health
and termination of diseases and otherwise,
Lawyers, Doctors. Ministers and many other
scientific men have consulted her upon mailers
ofh gh importance, and given evidence of their
entire satisfaction. Udio is now staying with
her parents at
No. 10 Harrison St. between Wabash and
Michigan Avenues, where she may ho-consull
ed upon alt mailers pertaining to life and health
and diseases of the human system
Consultation fee, one dollar. n9ly
Chicago, Illinois.
PICTURE.
J E W E L It Y
—AT—
WHOLESALE!
REASONS why wo can soil Jewehyal
lower prices llrai any other house west of
New York:
1 s. Wo manufacture our own goods.
2d. Goods that we buy of other manufac
urjrs are purchased at the
LOWEST CASH PRICES.
3d. We sell for CASH, therefore our custom
ers are not obliged to pay other people’s debts
Merchants, Auctioneers, and Peddlers are
invited to call and examine our stock or
SEND FOR CIRCULAR
containing full list of prices.
N. B.—An assortment of
GOLD, SILVER
AND
PLATED WATCHES
kept constantly mi hand.
J. H IIIIUCE, Ac CO.,
nl-m3 I<)G Lake St. Chicago Ills.
To Consumptives.
fjpilE Advertiser, having been res-
X tored to health in a few weeks, by a very
simple remedy, after having suffered several
years wi h a severe lung affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption—is anxious to make
known to his fellow-sufferers the means of cure
To all who desire it he wiII send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the di
rections ror preparing and using the same, which
they will find a sure Cure for Consumption,
Asthma, Bronchitis, &c. The only object of
the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to
benefit the afflicted, and spread information
which he conceives to he invaluable, and he
hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing, and may proven blessing.
Parlies wishing die prescription will please
aidress
Hkv. Edward A, Wilson,
Williamsburg,
n6-3m Kings County, New York,
Notice.
Paul Jeardoe bavin? left his notes and ac
counts in my hands for collection, all per
sons knowing themseives indebted to him, will
please call and settle the same immediately,
i Dated Nov. 17tl I 8*52
nlO 3w L. M. Strong.
p. A- GRIFFITHS,
DEALER 3W
dru;c^s,
Medicines, Chemicals, Faints, Oils, Varnishes,
Turpentine, Dye Woode,,Glaps and Putty, To
bacco and Cigars.
JUST RECEIVED.
Anew and extensive stock of
JTITItIHI*
Wines and Brandies for Medical Purposes
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fine Crushes, Soaps
of all kinds.
Perfumers, Spices, School Books
PATEIT MEDICINES,
lias just received, and will keep constantly on
hand, a well selected assortment of such arti
cles as are enumerated above, uud all others
usually kept in a Drug Store, which will be
sold at the lowestprices. Thank ful forpastpat
ronage he solicits a continuance of the same.
O’ Physicians’ prescriptions accurate/y dis
penned by an experienced Druggist.
Dodgeville, Oct. 30, 1861. [nltf]
Effects of Irregularities Av oided.
—Too much eating and drinking, new habits
and modes of life often produce irregularities
in the bowels and general health of the system
But Biiandeth’s I’ ills will soon cure, the
slomack will regain its strength and a healthy
action of the system will h, >-ostored. No M eu
icines are equal in usefulness to the
Brandreth’s Pills,
Brandreth’s Universal Salve &
Allcock's Porous Plasters.
Every man of the Fire Zouaves had a box
of Brandreth’s Pills a box of Universal
Salve, apd an Allcock’s Porous Plaster pu.
in their knapsack free of expense. And to this
fact may bo attributed the absence of any of
This Regiment from the hospital-
Every Soldier should have a box of Brand
reth’s Pills a box of Salve, and piece of Porous
Plaster. They are SURE lobe useful, often
life-saving
The bafest and Best.
Preparation that can be used upon the Hair
for imparting to it a natural shade of brown or
black, is
Christadoro’s Hair Dye.
It corrects the bad e fleets of other dyes, nour
ishes the Hair, is easily applied, performs its
work instantaneously, audits presence,to trie
observer, remains an
Impenetrable Secret,
Manufactured by J CRISTA DORO, 6
Astor House, New York. Sold everywhere,
and by al I Hair Dressers'
Price, sl, sl,so,and 3$ per box, according
to size. nll-lm
(Tistadoro’s Hair Preservative,
Is Invaluable wi'h bis Dye, as it impnits the
utmost softness, the most beautiful gloss, and
great vitality to the Hair.
Price 50 cents, sl, and $3 per bottle, ac
cording to size. ndyl.
Dyspepsia, Consumption and Fits
A SURE Cure for these distressing com
plaints is now made known in a “Treaties
on Foreign and Native Herbal Phei>ara
tions.” published by Dr. O. Phelps Brown.
'l'he preset irtion% furnished him by a young
clairvoyant girl, while in a slate of trance, has
cured over}body who lias taken it, never hav
ing failed in a single case. It is equally sure in
cases of Fits as of Dyspepsia ; and the ingre
dients may ho found in any drug store. Those
who are afflicted with Consumption, Bronchiiis
or Athsmn, may also be cured by the use of my
Herbal Preparations. I will send title valuable
prescription fiee to any person on receipt of
their name. Address, DR. O. PHELPS
BROWN, No. 10 Grand 6'treet, Jersey City,
N. J. n39-!y
WESTERN HOTEL
Main Street, Dodgevilie, Wis-
Amtfk. THE tindersigneowould respectfully
iliul ask for a share of the public patron
age. Histable will always be fur
aibftjaSianished in good taste, and bis rooms
are large and airy, and in every department
the intention will be to consult the comfort and
wishes of his patrons. Good stables and atten
tive ostlers always in readiness.
Boarders by the day or week furnished t<ith
all necessary conveniences at reasonable r ates
O" Stages leave this house daily, north aim
south.
nl-ly. John R. Roberts.
THE GREAT cause of
ImSm human misery.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope; Price 6 cts
A LECTURE BY Da- CULVERWELL
ON THE CAUSE AND CURE of Sperma
torrhee, Consumption, Mental and Physical
Debility, Nervousness, Epilepsy ; Impaired Nu
trition of the Body; Lassitude; Weakness ol
the Limbs and the B <ck ; Indisposition, and
Incapacity for study and Labor; Dullness of
Apprehensiion ; Loss ol Memory; Aversion to
Society; Love of Solitude; Timidity; Self-
Disti ust : Dizziness ; Headache, Affections of
the Eyes ; Pimples on the Face; Involuntary
Emissions; and Sexual Incapacity; the Con
sequences of Youthful Indiscretion &c., &c ,
admirable Lecture cleaily proves
that the above enumerated, often self-afflicted
evils, may be removed without medicine and
without dangerous surgical operations, and
should be read by every youth and every man
in the land.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a plain
sealed envelope, on the receipt of six cents, or
two postage stamps, by addressing
n'2l-iy CHAS. J. C. KLINE & Cos.
127 Bowery, New York, Pest Office Box, 4A86
Taken Up
By the subscriber, in Coon Hol
low. Town of Arena, lowa X~Tit*N
County, one Bay .Ware about fourteen L I A
hands high, two white hind fetlocks, a bone
spavin iu the hock joint on the right hind leg,
some while spots on the back supposed to ha/e
been by the Saddle, and supposed to be about
eleven or twelve years of ge, the owner is
requested to call prove property, pay charges
and take her away.
HENRY WITZEL.
Mortgage Deeds constantly on hand and fo
sale at Tins Office.
To Destroy Rats, Roaches,
To Destroy— Mice, Moles and Ants.
To Destroy Bed-Bugs.
To Destsoy Moths in Furs. Clothes &c.
7 o Destroy Musquitoes and Fleas.
To Dertroy Insects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy Insectsjjomanimals &c.
To Destroy Every'furm and species of Ver
min.
THE
“only reliable remedies known.”
Destroys Instantly
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
VERMIjr
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
“Free from Poisons”
“Not dangerous to the Human Family,”
‘•Rats do not die on the premises-”
“They come out of their holes to die.”
“They are the only infallible remedies known.
“12 years and more established in N Y.Cily *
Used by the City Post Office.
Used by the city prisons and station hou e
Used by lire city steamers, ships &.C.
Used by the city hospitalsalma houses &c
Used by the city hotels—‘Aslor’— ‘St.
Nicholas,’ Sc.
Used by the boarding houses, &c. &.c.
Used by more than 50,000 Private fam
ilies.
O'‘See one or two specimens of what Every—
to here said by the People—Editors
Dealers, tf-c.
Houskkkepers—troubled with vermin need
be so no longer, if they use “CostauV* Exter
minators. VVe have used it to our satisfaction,
and if a box cost $5 we would have it. IVe
had tried poisons, but they effected nothing; but
“CostauV* article knocks the breath out of
Rais, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we car write it. It is in great demand all
over the country, — Medina [OJ Gazette.
More Grain and provisions are destroyed an
nually in Grant County by Vermin, than would
pay for tons of this Rat and Insect Killer.—
Lancaster ( H is) Herald,
Henrv R. Costar—We are selling your pre
parations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Rats, Mice, Roaches and Vermin disap
pear rapidly. Ecker <&. Sto Upper,
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
”CosfarV r Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator,
“Coslar’s”
•‘CosturV’ Beb-bug Exterminator.
“Coslar’s”
“Costar’s” Electric Powders for Insects,&c.
In 2.1 c 50c. and $ 1,00 Boxes, Bottles & Flasks
$3,00 and $5,00 six- s for Plantations, Dilips
Boats, Hotels &c , Arc.,
CAUTION ! ! ! To prevent the public from
being imposed upon by Spurious and Highly
Pernicious Imitations, anew label has been
prepared, bearing a fac simile of the Proprie
tor’s signature. Examine each b ix-boitle, or
Husk carefully before purchasing, and lake noth
ing but
JX Sold Eiiery where —by
AW Wholesale Druggists in the largo cities
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in New York City
Slueffelin Brothers it,Barrel, Kisley & Kit-
Cos. I chcn.
B. A. Fahnstock, Hull Basil, Gale \t Rohln
& Cos. | son.
A. B. & I). Sands & Cos M. Ward, Close it Cos,
Wheeler it Hart. jMcKisson & Rbbbins.
James S. Aspimvall. 1). S. Barnes it Cos.
Morgan it Allen. F. C. Wells it Cos.
Hall, Ruckle it Cos. Lazelle, Marsh & Gar-
Thomas it Fuller. i dner.
P. I). Orvis. jllall, Dixon & Cos.
Conrad Fox.
And others.
Philadelphia, Pa.
T. W. Dyott it Cos. Robert Shoemaker it
B. A. Fahnestock & Cos.
Cos. French, Richards &
Cos.
And others.
Boston, Mass.
Geo. C. Goodwin it ColWeekes & Potter.
M. S. Burr & C. {Jno. Wilson, Jr.
And others.
Also, All Wholesale Druggists at
Chicago, 111.,
St. Louis, Mo.,
Detroit, Mich.,
Louisville, Ky.,
AND BY
Druggists. Grocers, Storekeepers and Retailer,
generally in all Country Towns and Villages.
In the
UNITED STATES,
AT
DODSBraU, \YI§.
O’ Sold by
P. A- GRITFITHS
AND
V. fi. Illltl,
And by the Druggists, Storekeepers and Re
tailers generally.
O’County Dealers can order as above.
Or address orders direct—[or if Prices.
Terms, &c., is desired, O’send for [1862
Circular, giving redneed Prices] to
Henry R. Costar.
Principal Depot— No. 482 Broadway, New
York. n4Bms
NEW GOODS
FOB THE
SPRING & SUMMER TRADI
THE UNDERSIGNED would respectful!
inform the public that they are now receiv
ing from New Fork City, and will sell at the'
two stores in Dodgeville, an extensive stock i'
DRY GOODS
GROCERIES,
BWTI I 88121
MILLINER'S
® [EU,
YANKEE NOTIONS, Ac"
Which they they will sell at such low rate
as to meet the exigency of the times.
No store in the County car-'offer greater ia
ducements to purchasers.
They will sell the best
PRINTS from 15 to 18 cfs. $ rj
BROWMSHEETING, I(s* “25 “ “
SHIRTINGS, from 15 “23 “
GINGHAMS, from 18 “20 “ ■
And all other goods comparatively low.
They have on hand a large stock of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
Of substantial manufacture, which they oS-r
CHEAP FOR CASH!
(This clothing is not eastern slop works, ba
is made at their own Tailoring Estubbsh
ment.)
Gents’ Clothing Made lo Order
From the highest to the lowest grades of Cloth
Cassimeres, &c., and
WARRANTED TO FIT OR NO SALE
Thankful for past favors we solicit a coa
tinuation of your patronage
LE \N, THOMAS & CD.
Dodgeville, May Blh, 1862. n34-
CHICA GSr O,
T. S. BAKER & CO.
Commission Brokers and Commisson Mr
chants. DeulewMii Real Estate 4k Merck*
disc.
MERCHANDISE.
We have on hand most of the time {j
Brokeis) Slocks of Goods, such ns Hardwai
Dry goods, Watches, Jewelry, Clothing, Rot
&. Shoes. We. have now on hand a Sleek
$50,000 worth of Superior Groceries, Cm
prising Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Tobacco, &(
&c.. which will be sold at the regular quol
wholesale prices fur $ Cash $ land.
COFFEE.
We are acting as Agents for the manufaJ
hirers of Superior Ground Java Coffee, whit
we can sell for 25 cents per pound for 1 Cash
| land. I'll is coffee will give geneurl sai(
taction us can he tested by sending tor a samp!
It will be sold in lots to suit the purchase
tu the place of land we will take Horses, IVhj
ons, Buggies or Produce with i cash.
PRODUCE, |
or other property shipped to us will be soM
cording to instructions &. avails remitted
cording to order
Our commissions in all cases wiM be rca**
“hie &, satisfactory—Address with a Biaii|
1. S. Baker &. (V>.
No. 124 Randolph St.
nil-if PO. Box, 2229. I
. i jjj 1
Guardian Sale.
IX PROBATE— IOWA CO. COURI
In the mattes of the Guardianship of Mw|
Peter and Catherine Casserly, miner hei|
of Hugh Casserly, deceased. I
NOTICE is hereby given that by virtue #1
pursuance of an order of license made';
said matter or. the Second day of October A.|
) 862,by the County Court of said County the,*
dersigned will on Saturday the 20th day If
December next ensuing, at one o’clock in
Afternoon of said day at the front door of M
Courthouse, iu C.c village of Dodgeville of||
for sale at public vendue the following disctid
ed lands to wit.
The east half of the north-west quartera
■Section number two (2' Town number five ’|
Range four east containing Seventy-ha
and one-half (745) acres. Excepting a right
way (adjoining the north line to the ’
road,) two rods wide.
The terms of sale will be made known atllj
time and place of sale. |
Dated November 24th, 1862.
PETER CASSERLY. |
nll -3w Guardian
MM* ‘MANHOOD ;|
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