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LEGAL.
Foreclosure Sale.
Sin the Circuit Court in
and for said County and
State.
George 11. Kuhn and Joseph Holmes, execu
tors of the last will and testament of Edward
T. Hastings, late plaintiff herein,
vs
Homer D. Snow aud Ann P>. Billings, represen
tatives of Henry M. Billings, deceased.
N'OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of
and pursuant to a Judgment of Foreclos
ure and sale rendered in said Court in the above
entitled action on the Ifilh day of September,
A. D. 13G2, I will, on Saturday the 30th day
of January A. D 1863, expose for sale and sell
at public auction, at thefront door o. the Court
House in the Village of Dodgeville. in lowa
County Wisconsin, at2o’clock P. M.ofsaid day,
the following described mortgaged premises, or so
much thereof as shall be sufficient to satisfy the
amount of said judgment, interest costs and
costs of sale, to-wit:
The following described real estate situate
lying and being in the County of lowa and
.State of Wisconsin, and more particularly des
cribed as follows, The west half of
the south-east quarter of section fourteen [l4]
containing eighty [Bo] acres ; the west half of
the south-east quarter of section twenty-two
[22] containing eighty [Boj acres ; the south
east quarter of section twenty-three [23] con
taining one hundred and sixty [l6o] acres ; the
south-west quarter of section twenty-four [24]
containing one hundred and sixty [l6o] acres;
the north-west quarter of section (weuty-six
[26] containing one hundied and sixty [l6o]
All of the above described tracts of land
lying in township six [6] north of range one [l]
east of the fourth [4th] principal meridian. Also
the east half of the south-east quarter of section
twenty [2o] in township seven [7] north of
range aforesaid, containing eighty [Bo] acres;
and the west half of the south-west fiaclioual
quarter of section six [6] in township eight north
of range aforesaid, containing sixty-eight [6B]
acres and forty hundredtsof an acre.
Dated, Sheriff’s Office, Dodgeville Wisconsin,
October 20th, A . D. 1862.
GEORGE MESSERSMITH,
Sheriff of lowa County Wis.
SMALL &,COGSWELL,
Attorneys for Plaintiff. nC-3m
John P. Thomas, 'j
Plaintiff, 1
against
John L. Roberts and
Guenfred Roberts, his
wife, Alonzo Child,
Eben G. Gibs, Pearly
A-Child, E- WiMiam
Fox. Stephen G. Mun-
Kur/i'homas S. Young,
Alex. Young, Charles
11. Wood, D. C. Man*- i
ny, C. Young, Charles '
Perrine, Oliver Ben
nett, James B, Fisk,
William Garnett, Au
gustus Knight, Charles
Collins, <Samuel N.
Ke Hog, Eliab B. Kir
by, Charles Kirtland
arrr 1 Denhard Gold
smith.
Defendants. J
The State of Wisconsin.
TO John L Roberts and Guenfred Roberts
bis wife, Alonzo Child, Eben G Gibs, Pearly
A Child, E. William Fox. Stephen C. Mu user
Thomas S. Young, Alex, Young, Charles fl.
Wood, 1). C. Manny, C. Young, Charles Per
rine, Oliver Bennett, James B. Fisk, William
Garnet, Augustus Knight, Chas. Collins. -Sam
N. Kellogg, Eliab B Kirby, Charles Kirtlaisd
and Benhard Goldsmith,
Defendants.
are hereby summ med and require
ed to answer the complaint of John
P. Thomas Plaintiff which was filed in the
office of the Clerk of the Circuit Court in and
for the County of lowa,on the 2nd dav of Decem
ber 18G2, where'the same remains on file, and to
serve a copy of your answer on the subscriber,at
the Law Office of Samuel \V. Reese,in the vil
hge of Dodgeville, lowa County, and State
of Wisconsin, within twenty days after the
service of this summons, exclusive of the day
of service, and if you fail to answer said cone
plaint as hereny required, the plaintiff will ap
ply to the Court fir relief Demanded in the
complaint.
Dated December Ist, 1862
SAMUEL W- REESE
nll-fiiv. Plaintiff’s Attorney.
Q J Only 1 25 a year in Cluhs of Four,
ARTHUR’S
mm mmmim
For !Bfi3. Vote. XXI and XXII. Edited by
T. S. AKTHUK and VIRGINIA F.
TOWNSEND,
C CONTAINING Novelets, Stories, Poetry
) Fashions, Steel and Wood Engravings,
Needlework Patterns in great variety, a
Mothers /department, Children’s /department
Housekeepers’ and Health Departments, with
literary reviews, and all the accessories of a
first class Magazine.
The Lady’s Book bears this flattering tes
timony to the character of ARTHUR’S
HOME MAGAZINE : -
“As we have often before said, it is, with
out controversy, the best §2 Magazine pub
lished in the country ; and this is the strongly
outspoken testimony everywhere given by the
press. We know of no periodical that so well
dt-serv-i the praise bestowed. The ed ; tors
uevci tire in their effor.s to give, each mouth
a rich and varied literary repast to their
eaders. Their work is kept fully up to the
standard of their promise, is never dull, yet
hvays full of instruction. V' e have often
said, and repeat it again, that it should make
a part of the reading of every household. Wo
know of no bettor educator of the people,
young end old. Of the editors we need not
speak ; their names are household words all
over the country. In their hands no periodical
can fail to reach the highest point f excel
lency.’’
Anew serial, by TANARUS, 5. ARTHUR, will be
commenced in the January number entitled
“Out in the World.”
RARE AND ELEGANT YREMIUMS
Are sent to all who make up clubs:—l. A
large photograph copy of that splendid engrav
ing, “Shakespeare and his Colemporaries.”
2. A large Photograph copy, from an engrav
ing of Huntington’s celebrated picture, “Mer
cy’s Dreanr” 3, A similar copy of Herring’s
“Glimpse of an English Homestead.’’
Terms 32 a year in advance, and one
premium plate- Two copies. §>3. Three for
$4 Four for £5 Eight, and one to getter
up of club, $lO One of the premium plates
is sent to every getter up of a club, smaller
large. Three red stamps must be sent to
pay the postage on each premium.
Address T. S. ARTHUR,
323 Walnut Street I hiladdphia.
Mortgage Deeds constantly on hand and fer
sale at This Office.
Something Worth Having.
k GOOD
ar. o’, cornish
WOU LD respectfully inform the public that
he is prepared to lake
AmDrotypes, Melainotypes,
CARTE DE VASITES,
Views of Residences, 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
Dodgeville, November 13th, 1861.
FAIRBANKS’
STANDARD
I SCALES
IhßnS®* of all kinds
Also, Warehouse Trucks, Letter Presses, &c.
Fairbanks, Grcenleaf & Cos.
Xo. 17‘2 Lake Street, CHICAGO.
ICTBe careful to buy only the genuine [3B
WHOLESALE
TOY HOUSE.
Christmas Toys and Yankee
Z&oticns.,
108 LAKE STREET , CHICAGO.
WE offer for sale this season the largest
assortment of
FANCY GOODSTOYS,
ever imported by us. We have
Dutch toys,
French toys,
Ameiican toys,
Swiss toys,
Tin toys.
Toy Guns, Swords. Pistols, Drums,
Puzzle blocks,
Building Blocks,
Chess, Dominoes,
Noah’s Ark, vvilh all creation,
Swiss towns,
French Villas,
Menageries,
Dogs, Cats, Sheep, &c
Wax Dulls as large as life,
Dolls without natural hair and eyes,
Dolls that Laugh,
Dolls that Cry.
Statf of Wisconsin,
lowa County Circuit
Court,
Slliumoi'.s fOV
Ificlcf.
The Plaintiff desires
thetrialof this action,
if any there be, to be
had in the County of
lowa.
And all the new and ingenious TOYS that
the combined skill and industry of the world
can supply.
We have on band the largest and best se
lected stock of
CHRISTMAS GOODS
suited to the country trade that has ever been
brought to this market, to which they invite
the attention ol
CLOSE BUYERS,
as we are determined to n ake this the place
for Cash Buyers to invest their money.
Cali or Send
your orders and be convinced, that our stock
is the
LARGEST IN THE CITY,
our p’ices are lower than any other house in
Chicago.
Remember the name and number,
PEUGEOTS GREAT VARIETY
STORE 108 LAKE ST., CHICAGO.
n9m2
SINGER & CO.’S
Letter 1 A’ Family Sewing Machine,
WITH ALL THE RECENT IMPROVEMENTS,
IS the rest and cheape t and most
beautiful of all Sewing Machines. This
Machine will sew anything, from the running
of a tuck in Tarletan to the making of an
Overcoat —anything from Pilot or Beaver cloth
down to the softest Gauze or Gossamer Tissue,
and is ever ready to do its work to perfection.
It can fell, hem, bind, gather, tuck, quilt, and
has capacity fur a great variety of ornamental
work. This is not the only Machine that can
fell, hem, bind, and so forth, hut it will do so
better than any other Machine. The Letter
“A” Family Sewing Machine may be had in a
great variety of cabinet cases. The Folding
Case, which is now becoming so popular, is, as
its name implies, one that can be folded into a
box or case, which, when opened, makes a
beautiful, substantial, and spacious table ft" the
work to rest upon. The cases ara of every
imaginable design—plain as the wood grew in
its native forest, or as elaborately finished as
ait can mako them.
Send for a copy of “Singer & Co.’s Ga
zette.”
I. M. SINGER &, 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,
n39] No. IT Ncwhall House.
AMERICAN
PRIMITIVE METHODIST
MAGAZINE.
THIS PERIODICAL is printed at the of
fice cf the Chronicle, Dodgeville, it is
issued once a month as the church organ of
the Western Coiderence of the P. M. Con
nection. Its price is one dollar a year, and
may be had of any of the preachers of that
i denomination, or by applying at this office.
A Remarkable Young Lady.
o
HISS TENESSEE CLAFLIN,
DOCTRESS
AND
CLAIRVOYAMT.
Til's Young Lady, who was once called the
“Wonderful Chiiu,” has been traveling in
the United Slates since she was eleven years
old, and has been endowed Irom birth with a
supernatural gift to such an astonishing degree
tiiat she convinces the most skeptical ,of her
wonderful powers, aid when required will go
into an unconscious stale, and hunt up absent
friends, whether deader alive, and through her
they will tell the enquiring friend their situa
tion and whereaboats, with all the events of
life since tltey 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 guilt.
This young lady is a physician indeed. She
cau see and point out the medicine to cure the
most obstinate diseases, even those that have
for yeai s baffled the skill of our best physicians
such as;—
Oiptheria, diseases of the throat and lungs,
diseases of the stomach, neuralgia, sick
headache, dropsy in the chei-t, 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 slaiidingeand
has performed astonishing cuers 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 are now
living and enjoying good health, through her
skill and successful treatment- Satisfactory
references will be cheerfully given when re
quested- She will guarantee to make perma
nent cures in all cases she undertakes. Her
mode of examination is with a clairvoyant eye,
when she tells invalids of their diseases and sit
uation w'lh great certainty and satisfaction,
so much so as to merit and receive the confi
dence of all who consult her. She also an
swers letters pertaining to life and health with
great satisfaction, and sends medicine by Ex
press, when required.
This young lady can truly be called a Proph
etess as well as a Doctrcss, for her wonderful
predictions, and the complete fulfillment 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 matters
ofligh importance, and given evidence of their
entire satisfaction. She is now staying with
her parents at
No. 10 Harrison St. between Wabash and
Michigan Avenues, where she may be consult
ed upon all matters pertaining to life and health
and diseases of the human system.
Consultation fee, one dollar. n9ly
Chicago, Illinois.
Strayed.
TARO M the promises of the subscriber
JF residing in (lie town of Dodgevil e.
on or about the last week in last Octo- ( I j
ber, a horse Colt about eighteen mouths out, !
blacn, with white star in forehead, and a little j
white about the fetlocks of the hind feet. Any '
person giving notice where said colt can be oh- !
tained, will much oblige the subscriber and will
be suitably rewarded.
Dated Dodgeville Dec. 4th 1862.
nl9-4w EVAN IV WTLLIAMS.
PICTURE.
Taken Up*
BY tli<* subscriber in the town of
Linden, near the County Farm
on land owned by him,on or about the JJjQL.
30ih day of November, onelight bay horse coll
about years old, white star in forehead, black
mane and light colored legs the owner will please
call prove properly, pay charges and take him
away.
S7'EPHEN POLKINGHORN.
Save Your Silks, Ribbon s, &c. &c-
HEGEMAN &CO’S CONCEN TRA TED
BENZINE, removes Paint, Grease >’p >tK, &c.,
instantly, and clean Gloves, Silks, Ribbons, &c.
equal to new, without injury to the most debs
cate color or fabric. Only 25 Cents per Bottle.
Sold by all Druggists.
HEGEMAN &.GO., Chemisrs & Druggists,
New York" n!5-3m
Chapped Hands, Face, Lips,
Sunburn, &c.
CERTAIN AM) IMMEDIATE CURE,
HEGEMAN & GO’S CAMPHOR ICE
WITH GLYCERSINE, if used according to
the directions, will keep the hands soft in the
coldest weather. Price 25 Cts. St>!d by Drugs
gists' Sent by mail on receipt of 30 Cts.
HEGEMAN & CO.,
nIS-3m Chemists & Drugg'strs, N. Y.
To Consumptives.
rpilE Advertiser, having been res
tored to health in a few weeks, by a very
simple remedy, after having suffered several
years with 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 will send a copy of the
prescription used (free of charge), with the di
rections for 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 be invaluable, and he
hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it
will cost them nothing', and may prove a blessing.
Parties wishing the prescription will please
aJdress
.Rev. Edward A . Wilson,
Williamsburg,
n6-3m Kings County, New York,
Ayer’s Ague Cure.
P- A- GRIFFITHS,
DEALER IN
drugs,
Medicines, Chemicals, Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Turpentine, Dye Woods, Glass and Putty, To
bacco and Cigars.
JUST RECEIVED.
Anew and extensive stock of
if if
[Vines and Brandies for Medical Purposes
Toilet and Fancy Articles, Pine Brushes, Soaps
of all kinds.
Perfumers, Spices, School Books
PATENT MEDICINES,
Has just received, and will keep constantly on
hand, a well selected assortment of such arti
cles as are enumerated above, and all others
usually kept in a Drug Store, which will be
sold at the lowest prices. Thank ful forpastpat
ronage he solicits a continuance of the same.
O’ Physicians’ prescriptions accurately dis
pensed by an experienced Druggist.
Dodgeville, Oct. 30, 1861. [n 1 tf]
PERSONS OF FULL HABITS.—
Who are subject to Coslivoness, Headache,
Giddiness, Drowsiness, and singing in the ears,
aiising from too great a flow of blood to the
head, should never be without BRANRETH’S
PILLS, and many highly dangerous symtoms
wdl be removed by their immediate use.
7'he Hon. J- Hunt of Westchester Cos. N. Y.
seventy-five years of age, has used Brandelh’s
Pills for twenty-five years as his sole medicine.
When he feels himself indisposed, be it from
Cold, Rheumatism- Asthma, Headache, Bilious
Affections. Costiveness, or irritation of the kid
neys or bladder be does nothing but take a
few doses of Brandreth’s Pills*
His usual method is to take six pills, and
reduce the dose each night, one pill. In every
attack of sickness for twenty-five years, this
simple method has never failed to restore him to
health ; and few men are to bo found so active
and hearty as he May 16th, Igdl* Sold hy
P. A GRIFFITHS and Dr. W. B. BISH
OP, lowa Street D, dgeville Wis., and by all
respectable dealers in medicines. nifi-lw
Thirty Years Experience!
Havebeen diligently employed in perfecting
Christadoro’s Excelsior Hair Dye
It is no wonder, then, that after
Careful Analysis by Dr. Chilton,
IT WAS PRONOUNCED HARMLESS.
And is now taking the place of all other Dyes.
'I hose who have been disappointed with mis
erable imitations, are always pleased with the
genuine. Any shade of black or brown, to suit
all complexions, produced in ten minutes.
Manufactured by J. CHRISTADORO, C
Aslor Mouse, New York. Sold everywhere,
and applied by all Mair Dressers.
Price, sl, $ 1,50, and $3 per box, nccord
ing to size. n!5-4w
fristadoro’s flair Preservative,
Is Invaluable with his Dye, as it imparts the
utmost softness, the most beautiful gloss, and
great vitality to the Hair.
Price 50 cents, sl, and $2 per botile, ac
cording to size. nJyl.
Dyspepsia, Consumption and Fits
A SURE Cure for these distressing com
plaints is now made known in a “Treaties
on Foreign and Native Herbal Prepara
tions,” published by L'r. O. Phelps Brown.
The presci intion. furnished him by a young
clairvoyant girl, while in a state of trance, has
cured everybody who has 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 be found in any drug store. Those
w ,o are ifflicted with Consumption, Bronchitis
or Alhsma.rnay also be cured by the use of my
Herbal Preparations. I will send this valuable
prescription free to any person on receipt of
their name. Address, DR. O. PHELPS
BROWN, No. 10 Grand Street, Jersey City,
N. J. ii 39-! y
WESTERN HOTEL
Main, Street, Dodgeville, Wis-
THE undersigned would respectfully
■ i.s| ask for a share of the public patron
a?t'‘ H* s table will always be fur-
JllteVJiflnished in good taste, and his rooms
are large and airy, and in every department
the inteniion 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 with
all necessary conveniences at reasonable rates
O’ Stages leave this house daily, north anu
south.
nl—ly. John R Roberts.
the great cause of
yilisiy HUMAN MISERY.
Just Published in a Sealed Envelope ; Price 6 cts
A LECTURE BY Dn- CULVEUWELL
ON THE CAUSE AND CURE of Sperma—
torrhic, 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
Apprebensiion ; Loss of Memory; Aversion to
Society; Love of Solitude; 7’imidity ; Self-
Distrust : Dizziness ; Headache. Affections of
the Eyes ; Pimples on the Face; Involuntary
Emissions ; and Sexual Incapacity ; the Con
sequences of Youthful Indiscretion &c., &c ,
B?'This admirable Lecture clearly 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
n2l-Iy CHAS. J. C. KLINE & Cos.
127 Bowery, New York, Pest Office Box, 4586
Taken Up
By the subscriber, in Coon HoL
low. Town of Arena, lowa jUjTN
County, one Bay Mare about fourteenLT/S
hands high, two white hind fetlocks, a bone
spavin in the hock joint on the right hind leg,
some white spots on the back supposed to ha/e
been by the Saddle, and supposed to be about
eleven or twelve years of age, the owner is
requested to call prove property, pay charges
and take her away.
HENRY WITZEL.
To Destroy Rats, Roaches, < f-c.
To Destroy Mice, Moles and Anta.
To Destroy Bed-Bugs.
To Destsoy Moths in Furs. Clothes &c.
To Destroy Musquitoes and Fleas.^
To Dertroy Insects on Plants and Fowls.
To Destroy animals &c.
To Destroy Every form and species of Ver
min.
THE
“ONLY RELIABLE REMEDIES KNOWN.”
Destroys Instantly
EVERY FORM AND SPECIES OF
VERJfIIJtT
Those Preparations (unlike all others) are
“Free from Poisons”
“Not dangerous to the Human Family,”
“Ruts 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,City”
Used by the City Post Office.
Used by the city prisons and station home
Used by the city steamers, ships &c.
Used by the city hospitals alms houses &c
Used by the city hotels—‘./Istor’— ‘St.
N icholas,’ & c.
Used by the boardinghouses, &c. &c.
Used by more than 50,000 Private F -un
dies.
O’Sec one or two specimens of what Every
where said by the People—Editors
Dealers, <fc.
Housekeepers —troubled with vermin need
bo so no longer, if they use “Costar’s” Exter
minators. H'e have used it to our satisfaction,
and if a box cost $5 we would have it. We
hod tried poisons, but they effected nothing; but
“Costa ids” article knocks the breath out of
Rats, Mice, Roaches and Bed-Bugs, quicker
than we can 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 as) Herald,
Henry R. Costar —We are selling your pre
parations rapidly. Wherever they have been
used, Rate, Mica, Roaches and Vermin disap
pear rapidly. Ecker &, Bt.liefer.
Druggists, Windsor, Md.
“Cosfar’s” Rat, Roach, &c. Exterminator,
“Costar’s”
‘‘CostarV’ Beb-bug Externiiealor.
“Costar’s”
“Costar’s” Electric Powders for lusects.&c.
In 25c 50c. and SI,OO Boxes. Bottles & Flasks
$3,00 and $5,00 six- s for Plautal ions, Hlips
Boats, Hotels Ac , &c.,
CAUTIO.\ I ! ! 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 box-bottle, or
fl jsk carefully before purchasing, and take noth
ing but
LP Sold Euerywhere —by
All Wholesale Druggists in the large cities
Some of the
Wholesale Agents in JNevv York City
Shieffelin Brothers &jllarrel, Risley & Kit-
Cos. j chon.
B. A. Fnhnstock, Hull Bush, Gale & Robln
& Cos. j son.
A. B. & D. Sands & Cos M. AVard, Close & Cos.
• Wheeler & Hart. McKisson & Rhhhins.
James S. Aspinwall. 1). S. Barnes & Cos.
Morgan & Allen. iF. C. Wells & Cos.
Hall, Ruckle & Cos. Lazclle, Marsh & Gar-
Thomas & Fuller. I dner.
P. I). Orris. Hall, Dixon & Cos.
Conrad Fox.
And others.
Philadelphia, Pa.
T. W. Dyott & Cos. !Robert Shoemaker &
B. x\. Fahnestock & Cos.
Cos. French, Richards &
Cos.
And others.
Boston, Mass.
Geo. C. Goodwin & CojAVcekcs & Potter.
M. S. Burr & C. jJno. 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.
united” states,
AT
OODSI-miß, Wl§.
\CTSoId by
P. A. GRIFFITHS
AND
And by the Druggists, Storekeepers and Re
tailers generally.
(CrCounty 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. CuKtar.
Principal Depot—No. 482 Broadway, Nev
York n4Sm5
NEW GOODS
FOE THE !
SPRING & SUMMER TRAD} \
THE UNDERSIGNED would re P pecir u
inform the public lhat they are nowrec- i
ing from New York City, and will g e |/ al \
twostores in Dodgeville, an extensive slock*
DR.YOOODS ,
GROCERIES, .
xvriiL.i^iixriiißVYj
® IB®® SUE [Elf, 1
YANKEE NOTIONS, ke
Which they they will sell at such low p r j Ces
as to meet the exigency of the limes
No stove in the County can offer greater j n |H
ducetnenls to purchasers.
READY-MADE CLOTHING^
Of substantial manufacture, which they ofle,
CHEAP FOR CASH*
(This clothing is not eastern Aop works, hnl
is made at their own Tailoring Establish
ment.)
Gents’ Clothing Made (o Order l! 1
From the highest to the lowest grades of Cloths,}
Cassimeres, &c., and
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WARRANTED TO FIT OR NO SALE!]
T h ink ful for past favors we solicit a con
tinuation of your patronage
LEAN, THOMAS & CO.
Dodgeville, May Slh, 1562. n34-tf
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T. S. BAKER & CO,;
Commission Brokers and Commisson Mer~t
chants. itealers in Real Estate &, Merchant
dise.
MERCHANDISE. ,
We have on hand most of the time (as
Brokets) Stocks of Goods, such as llardwute,
Dry goods, Watches, Jewelry, Clothing, Boots *
& Shoes. We Itave now on hand a fetrrk of'
$50,000 worth of Superior Groceries, Com- 1
prising Sugars, Teas, Coffee, Tobacco, &c.,
&c.. which will be sold at the regular quoted
wholesale prices for Cash $ land,
COFFEE.
We are acting as Agents for the manufac
turers of Superior Ground Java Coffee, wliicl
we can sell for 25 cents per pound for $ Cush—
| land. '1 his coffee will give genearl satis
I iction us can be tested by sending for a samp!*
It will be sold in lots to suit llie purcliast-i
In die place of land w will take Horses, Wag.
ons, Buggies or I’roduce witli \ cash.
PRODUCE,
or other properly shipped to ns will be sold ac
cording to instructions & ava.is remitted ac
cording to order*
Our oornnvssions in all cases wIM be reasoii
ble &. satisfactory—Address with a slump,
TANARUS, S. Baker & < <>.
No. 124 Randolph St.
i*ll-if P O. Box, 2229.
Administrators Sale.
I> 7 Pl 5 4> 15 A ’I’E- IOW A CO. COURT.
In the matter of the estate of Andrew Bol
ster, deceased.
\ 7 mice is hereby given that by virtue and in
1A pursuance of an order of license made in
said matter on the 28ih day of November A.
D. 1862, by the County Court of said County
the undesigned administrator of the estate of
said deceased will on the 24th day of Janu
ary A. D. 1863, at 2 o’clock, p* m., at the
limit door of the “\Visc op son House,’ (which
said bouse is situated on ihe premise*) offer
for sale ai Public vendue, the following des
cribed lands to wit:
Lot no. five [s], Lot no. sixty-nine [69) and
Lots i.os sixty-seve > [67] and sixty-eighi [6B]
situated in the village of Highland [formerly
Franklin] in the County of iowa and State
of Wisconsin.
Ihe terms of sale will be made known at
the time and place of sale.
Dated December the 18th A. I). 1862.
ii!s-w3 JOHN BOLSTER
Administrator &,c.
MANHOOD;
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Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any
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J '
Taken up.
BY the subscriber residing in Garri
sou’s Grove some three miles east
ot the village of Dodgeville, on or _
about ihe Ist of Nov. 1862, a white cow with
slits in her ears, red neck, from four to six years
fid. The owner will please call prove property
pny charges and take her away.
nH 4w JOHN WILLIAMS.

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