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State of Wisconsin-lowa Coun ty Circuit Court. ANGELINA WATSON, plaintiff, against William S. Watson, defondant. The plaintiff desires the trial of this action, if any there he, to be had in the county of lowa. Tito Stateof Wisconsin to Willian S. Watson, defend ant : You tiro hereby summoned and required to an swer the complaint of Angelina Watson, plaintiff, a copy of which was filed in the office of the clerk of the Circuit court for the county of lowa, and Stateof Wis consin, at Dodgeville, in said county, on fho 11th day of August, A. i>. USCd, and to serve a copy of your an swer on the subscriber at his law office in the village of Dodgeville, lowa county, Wisconsin, within twenty da vs after the service of this summons on you exclusive of the day of service, and if you fail to answer said complaint as hereby required, the plaintiff will apply to the court for the roli-f demanded in the complaint. Dated August the. 14th, A. D. lots!. . , L. M. STRONG, J.U. s< I- ,l -J 49w0 Attorney for plaintiff. IN PROBATE — lowa County Court. Jn the matter of the estate of JOSEPH FRANCIS de ceased. ON reading and tiling the petition of Joseph Lean, administrator of said estate, representing among other tilings Unit he has fully administered said estate anil praying that a time and place he fixed for examin ing and allowing hisaccount of his administration, (filed with said petition,) it is ordered that said account he examined hy the Judge of this Court on Monday the ]th day of August next ensuing at hisoftico in the Vil lage of Dodgeville. And it is further ordered that notice (hereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order for threw successive weeks prior to said day of examination in the “Doikievii.le Chronicle,” a weekly news lin pitr circulating in said Comity. Dated July 13th, 1803. S. B. ANSLEY. 4-t-wd Comity Judge. S.ate of Wisconsin—lowa Coun ty Circuit Court. ROBERT WILSON as Administrator of the estate of Daniel Hauvey, deceased, Plaintiff, a;/ain*t Hen ry Collins, defendant. Summons. Tin: l>tatn of I Vlaconnin to Hair;/ Collin s, defendant: You are hereby summoned to answer (ho complaint of Robert Wilson as administrator of the estate of Daniel Harvey, deceased, the above named plaintiff, which may he found in my office in the village of Dodgeville, lowa County, and State of Wisconsin, and to serve a copy of yonr answer on the subscriber, at his said of fice, in the village of Dodgeville, lowa county, and State of Wisconsin, within twenty days after the ser vice of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and if you fail to answer said complaint, as hereby re quired, the plaintiff will take judgment against you for the sum of ninety dollars, with interest thereon from the 20th day of April, 18C2, at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, besides costs. ~ SAMUEL W. REESE, t O, S- Attorney for Plaintiff. Dated May 25,1803. The complaint in the above entitled action was filed in the office of the clerk of the circuit court, of the comity of lowa, and State of Wisconsin, on tlic 20th day of July, A. D. 1803. SAMUEL W. REESE, n45w3 Attorney for Plaintiff. Administrator's Sale. IOWA COUNTY COURT—IN PROBATE. In the mattcrof the estate of WILLIAM JAMES, Jr. deceased. NOTICE is hereby given, that by virtue and in pur suance of an order of license made in said matter on the Kith day of July, A. 1). 1803, by the County Court of said County, the undersigned administrators of the estate of said deceased, w ill on Saturday the Bth day of August next ensuing at two o’clock in the after noon of said day, at (ho “Union Mills’’ offer for sale at public vendue :hc following described real estate, to wit: The undivided one seventh interest of said deceased, in the estate of William James Sen. deceased, being the undivided one half of the “Union Mills', with dwelling house and out-buildings, and the undivided half of the north half of the south west quarter and the south east quarter of the south west quarter and the south west quarter of the north west quarter, of Section No. 2, Town (>, Range 2 east, and (he undivided one seventh interest in the north east quarter of the north west quarter of Section No. 13, and the south east quarter of the south west quarter of Section No. 12, both being in Town No. C,‘Range 2 oast; also in the undivided one third part of the north’west quarter of the north west quarter of Section No. 5, Town No. 6, Range .’1 east ; also the undivided one seventh interest in the following lots in Parry's addition to the Village of Dodgeville : I,ots Nos. 1,2, 11, and 12. in Block 5, together w ith the one seventh part of all the personal property of the said William James Sen. deceased. The terms of sale will he made know n at the time and place of sale. Dated July 10th, 1803. CORNELIUS JAMES. JANE JAMES. 44-w3 Administrators. State of Wisconsin— lowa Coun ty Court—ln Probate. In the. matter of the ejitale nf (leorge ]V. Jiirkcox, deceased. ON reading and tiling tho petition of Nathaniel W. Dean, administrator of the estate of George W. Hick cox deceased, representing anions other (Ii that lie line fully administertd said estate,and pray ing that a time ami plan lie lixnl for examining and allowing his account of liia administration, filed with said peti tion, it is ordered that said account ho examined hy tho Judge of this court on Tuesday, the Ist day of Septem ber next ensuing, at his olllrc in the village of Dodge ville, in said County. And if is further ordered that notice thereof he given to all persons interested hy publishing a copy of this order for three successive weeks prior to said day of ex amination in the “Dodukvju.i: Ciiuomi i.i;,” a weekly .newspaper published in Dodgeville in said County. Juried JJodgoville, duly lllh, 1863. S. 11. ANSLEY 44-w3 County .fudge. In Probate—lowa County Court. In the mutter of therslole of John Phillip*, deceased. ON reading and tiling the petition of Sarah Phillips of lowa County, representing among other things that John Phillips late of the village of Dmlgeville in said County, on the 24th day of June, A. I>. 18(13, died intestate, leaving goods, chattels and estate within this County,and that she, thesaid petitioner is the widow of said deceased, and praying that administration of said estate he unto her granted. It is ordered that said peti tion (■ heard before the .fudge of tin's Court on Friday the 7th day of August, A. I>. 1863, at the Probate Cilice In the Village of Dodgeville. And it is furl her* ordered that public notice thereof he given to nil persons interested hy publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successively, prior to said day of hearing, in the Doikikvim.k ('iiuoMci,n,a weekly newspaper circulating in said County. Dated July 13th, 1863. S. B. ANSLEY. 44-w3 County Judge. FORECLOSURE SILK. 1 John Casserly, THE STATE OF WISCONSIN plaintiff,. lowa County Circuit 1 against Count. I Timothy italdwln, defendant. BY virtue of and pursuant to a judgement of fore closure and sale rendered in said Court, in the above entitled action on the 21s( day of February, A. D. 1863, 1 wilt on Monday the 3d day of August, A. D. 1863, ex pose for sale and sell at public auction to the bigheet ladder for cash in baud, at tho front door of the Court House at 2 o’clock P. SI. of said day, the following de scribed mortgaged premises or so much thereof as may be necessary to raise the amount of said judgement, Interest, and cost of sale, to wit: The North half of the North East quarter of sec tion No. twenty (80), In township No. seven (7). north of Kang** No.four (4). oast of the fourth principal me ridian containing eighty (80) acres of land more or loss lying ami being in the County of lowa, and State of Wisconsin. Dated Sheriff's Office, Dodgeville, June Hie 16th, 1863. SAMUELW. KKESK O. C. MEIGS Plaintiff’s Attorney. Sheriff of lowa County. Summons for Relief. Elias T. Williams, 1 State of Wisconsin, Plaintiff, j 0 \va Cos. Circuit Court ng,dn*t Summons for Relief. David 11. Join's, Mary ► Jones his wife, Sophia Eliza I The Plaintiff’ desires Jones. John Adams, and I the trial ofthis action, if John Bonner, ] any there ho, to lie had Defendants. J in the County of lowa. The State of Wisconsin, To David H. Jones, Mary Jones his wife, Sophia Eliza Jones, John Adams, and John Bonner, defend ants. ■wrOU ar e hereby summoned and required to answer I the complaint of Elias T. W illiams, Plaintiff, a copy of which is herewith served upon you, and to servo a copy of your answer on the subscriber, at the law office of Samuel W. Beese, in the Village of Dodgeville, luwa County, Wisconsin, within ninety days after the service of this summons, exclusive of the day of service; and if you fail to answer said Complaint ns hereby required, the Plaintiff will apply to the Court for the relief demanded in tho Complaint. Dated April 23d, 1863. SAMUEL W. REESE, PlaititTs Attorney . The complaint in the above entitled action ( bN. R. ) was tiled in the office of the Clerk of the Cir- I stamp I cnit Court in and for tho County of lowa, *•. t scare of Wisconsin, on the 17th day of June, * tana SAMUEL W. REESE, Plaintiff's Attorney. HALL, KIMBARK dcCo. Importers, Manufacturers and Dealers in, IKON AND STEEL, NAILS, SBIKES, ia mm BLACKSMITHS’ TOOLS, SUBS? SPIKES? HUMS, BENT STUFF, tucluding every article of Wagon and . Carriage wood shapes, SUTTEE and SLEIGH STUFF, AI.SO Manufacturers of Improved THIMBLE SKEINS, Superior in shape and finish, AND ROAD SCRAPERS AGENTS FOR BUKE & BARNES, FIRE & BURGLAR PROOF S A FES! * AND QUEEN S PORTABLE * HALL, KIMBARK & Cos. 193 and 195 South W ate St., n2oly*s Gftlil&Os For Rats, Mire, Roaches, Ants, Bed Bugs, Moths in Furs, Woolens, tfe’e. Insects on Plants, Folds , Animals &c. Put up in 20c. 00c. and SI. JO Boxes Bottles and Flasks. 58 and JO sizes fur Hotels, Purlic Institutions, &c. “Only infalible remedies known.” “Free from Poisons.” “Not dangerous to the Fuman Hamily,” “Rats come out of their holes to die.” fifis* Sold Wholesale in all largo cities. Sold by all (Dm; (joists and Retailers everywhere. fi®~'! ! I Beware !!! of all worthless imitations. fiW See that “Costab’s” name is on each Bex, Bottle and Flask before you buy. Address, floury U. Costar, fifS” Principal Depot 482 Broadway N. Y. fife*?* Sold by — P. A. GRIFFITHS Sr. W. 11. RISHOP, [n32rao*] Dodgeville, Wis. FARMERS ATTENTION! rpHK BUCKEYE MOWER & RE VPEB, with double X folding bar and two driving v heels, never clogs, will cut grain and grass on rough or smooth ground, in fact is the BEST REAPER AND MOWER. in the world, gend for circulars to LINCOLN & PARR, Agents, no 40-6w* Avoca, Wis Clocks, Jewelry, Ac. ' -• G-* V.* ■* J t waw I }*. '- ®. E.BEIO}S IE S ® 53, Takes tins method of announcing to the inhabitants of Dodgeville and vicinity, that lie Ims .removed Ids Shop to the premises, ono door south of J. Phillips’store, where he will bo ready, ftl all times, to attend to the wants of his customers in such a manner as to give gen eral satisfaction. ALL WOIJK WABRANTGUI For one year, unless otherwise mentioved. I would also call attention to my stock of Clocks, Jewelry, Sil ver Plato, Cutlery, Notions <fec., which cannot he sur passed, either in quality or cheapness in the State. Cold Pens and holders of all stylos and qualities. Par ticular attention paid to the optical branch of my busi ness. Call and examine for yourselves before purchasing elsewhere. Highest priiaepaid for old Cold and Sslyer. Dodgeville, May 14lh, 18U3. n35-1y FAIRBANKS’ Also Warehouse Trucks , Letter Presses , dec. Fairbanks, Green leaf & Cos., i\o. 1 7‘2 Lake StiTi‘l, Chicago. B®' Bo careful to buy only tbe Genuine. [u4l-Iy] 1863. 1863. yPRING TRADE. C. M. SENDEE SON & CO. Manufacturers & Wholesale Dealers in, BOOTS! SHOES 32 Laic St. cor Wabash Avenue, Chicago. Wo have in Store the largest Stock of Boots t Shoes i (he North West, Our purchases wore made for Cash exclusively and previous to the recent largo advance. We shall not he undersold in this or any other Mar ket and Cash Buyers will consult their interest hy giv ing ns a call n24-Qih*s CHICAGO SCALE MANCFA(”ITIU'US OF STANDARD SCALES, Warehouse TrurUs, Sugar Genf.ii.vl Wkstf.un Agents of tup, Mat land Fire Prooi Safes. NO. 200 LAKE STREET, p. O. Box, T 39, Chicago 111. A. J. BUEBANK, n3l-ly Superintendent. RAIL WAY TIME TABLE. [885551 nsssssri wiPiyip, Mil* & Prairie du Chien R. Way. fT' AKES effect on Sunday May 3d 1803, at 2 o’clock, X p. M. GOING EAST. PASS ARENA. Mail and Express Trains, at 10:13 a. m. Way Freight 10:13 r. M. PASS MAZO MANIE. Mail and Express Trains, at 10:25 a. m. Way Freight, 10:45 r. M. GOING WEST. PASS ARENA. Mail and Express Trains, at 3;52 p. m Way Freight, 1. m PASS MAZO MANIE. Mail and Express Trains, at 3:40 p. m. Way Freight, 9:25 a. m. HHEAP CASH STORE. GEORGE SIMS. Would respectfully inform the people of Dodge villc and the public generally, that he occu pied the store in Pridcaux’s Block, ‘lower Dodgeville, where he has FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH An extensive stock of family GRO CERIES and CROCKERY, And is prepared to supply the people with as good an assortment of as excellent quality of goods in the GROCERY and CROCKERY Line, as can he found at any store in this section of the county. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. Dodgeville January 20.1863. n3O-ly ftEW^OODS for the Spring and SUMMER TRADE, rpIIE ‘oaflorsigncd would iesfectfully Inform the X public that they are now receiving from Now York City, and will Boil at their two Btorcs in Dodge vilK*, an extensive stock of Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Millinery, Crockery, Hard ware, Yankee notions Slc, Which they will sell at shell low prices as to meet the exigency of the times. No store in the County can offer greater inducements to purchasers. iiilf-mu iiiiiiii. Of substantial manufacture, which they offer CHEAP FOR CASH! (This clothing is not Eastern Slop Work, but is made at their own Tailoring Establishment. ) Cents’ clothing Made to Order! From the highest to the lowest grades of Cloths, Cas simeres, &c. and Warranted to Fit or no Sale Thanaful for past favors we solicit a continuation of your patronage. LEAN, THOMAS & CO. Dodgeville, May Bth, 1802. u2O-tf ** A* tiliiltli, DEALER IN Drugs, Turpentine Medicines, Dye Woods, Chemiclcß, Glass&Putty Paints, Tobacco, Oils, Cigars, Varnishes, Just received anew and extensive stock of Stationery, Wines and Brandies for Medical Purposes, Toilet and Fancy Articles, Fine brushes, Soaps of all kinds, Perfumers, Spices, School Books, PATENT MUJDICINI3S, HAS just received and will keep constantly on ban a well selected assort t of such artistes as a (.numerated above, and all others usually kept in a Drug Store, which will be sold at the lowest paices. Thankful for past patronage he solicits a continuence of the same. JJffT Physicians’ prescriptions accurately dispensed by .‘in experienced Druggist. Dodgeville, Oct. 30, 1801. nl-ff ■Jobjjcbille Clirmnclc j| SSI . I |i|' Jl]stablishment. R. CROSBY & CO. Proprietors. Wo have lately made large additions to our stock of printing |patmal, And arc now prepared to priut Books, Pamphlets, Posters, Hand-bills, Business Cards, Programmes, Bills of fare, Catalogues, Posters, Certificates, Labels, Circulars, Business Cards, Deeds, Wedding Cards, Mortgages, Way Bills, Ball Tickets, Funeral Notice Tax Receipts, Donation Tickets Envelops, Receipts, Justices’ Blanks, Letter Heads, Diplomas, Bills of Lading, Checks, Heads on Envelopes, Election Tickets, And Job Print ing of all Descrip tions, war , ! ' ant A )ur work equal to any done in th part ft? St an J establishment iu* this ssiarss£ ■* •**” of,to WHEELER & Ci HAVE just received at tlxeir store in Dodgeville, a full assortment of, ’ which will be sold as low FOll CASH, as can be purchased at anj| | lishment in lowa County. DRY-GOODS. their Dry-Goods will be found, De Laincs, Sheetings, Flannels, Wool do, 4-5 do, lied, White, German Reps, Shirtings, . Blue, Grey, De Baizes, Bleach do, Silk Mix, Persians, ‘ Pillow Case Cotton, Salisbury, Mcrinocs, Linens, Figured 1 Saxony Plaids, Diapers, Plaid, Alpaccas, Linen Handkerchiefs, Lin; American Prints, of any variety, also a large and well selected stock of ( Cassimeres, Doeskins, battinctts, J cans, Cottonadcs, Denims. &c., &c. BOOTS c*b SHOES. JN the Boot and Shoe department will be found, Congress Gaiters, Calf Heel, Calf Boots, Kid Gaiters, Spring do, Kip do, Kid Ties, Enamel do, Hide do, Balmoral Tips, Race do, Boys and Fancy Top Balmorals, Brogans, &c. SIA-TS t£b C12./ISL3-PSE3, TT is a well known fact that Wheeler & Go. keep the largest assortment o| and Caps kept in Dodgeville. "IN the Grocery Department will be found : I orto Rico, New Oileans, £ Refined Yellow, Coffee, Powdered and Crushed sugap. Rio, V Lite Rio, 3f Ground and Essence Coffee. Currants, Dry Apples, Raisins, Candied IJ Soap, Candles, Syrup, Kcrosinc Oil, &c., &c. - t J After a thorough trial, the ladies have decided that v\ heeler iv Cos. s b Breakfast Tea is superior to anything before offered in town IN the Hardware line will be found : Nails, Glass, Butts and Screws, 1 Latches, Files, Augers, and a choice assortment of Pocket and Table Ct CLO r rHIN C3r Wc are constantly Manufacturing and always keep on hand, a good selj of Clothing, made in good stylo and from good material, for sale Ic. cash. —nliOyl ®awsa.& &•&©♦ 000138 - -V ' - AT . WHOLESALE, 42, 44 & 46 Wabash Avenue. We Have The Largest Store AND THE LARGEST STOCK OF GOODS West of New York, AND WE INTEND TO MAKE THE SMALLEST PRICES ON THEM THAT ARE FOUND IN THIS MARKET. Wo have the MEANS sin <1 Hie DISPOSITION to do it. Tim fact of our haring bought our Good* hr ton I ail ranee, gives ns the means ; and the fact that wo intend to command the attention of the best buyer*, k| what wo can to make Chicago the Commercial Centre for Western Trade. Is guaranteed that we will use the means that we fortunately have in our possession to do it, by Ml PRICES SMALL, which, wo are convinced, is the only means to gain and retain tin-patronage of such naJ Our stock cover 8 verything in tiro Dry Goods and Yankee Notion Line THAT IS NEEDED IN THE COUNTRY. We request an examination of our Stock from all close buyers when inthc Market, feeling assured tt we HUlf FOll CASH and SELL FOll CASH, wo cannot fail to please. n22-Biii*B RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE CHANGE OK TIME. B®” To take effect Monday, April 20, 1803. MINERAL POINT RAIL ROAD. GOING SOUTH. Leave Mineral Point at 0:40 a. m. Leave Calami no at 7.-50 “ Leave Darlington at . 7:40 “ Leave Riverside at 8:15 “ Arrive at Warren at S'4o “ GOING NORTH. Leave Warren at 9:40 a. m. Arrive at Riverside at 10:10 “ Arrive at Darlington at 10.-40 “ Arrive at Calamine at 11:15 “ Arrive at Mineral Point at 11:40 G. W. Cobb, Receiver. NOTICE. EDITOR OF CHRONICLE Dear Sir.—With your permission I wish to say to the readers of your paper that I will send,-by ret urn mail to all who wish it, (free) a Roceipo, with full directions for making and using a simple Vegetable Balm, that will effectually remove, in 10 days, Pimples, Blotches, Tans. Freckles, and all im purities of the Skip, leaving the same soft, clear, smooth and beautiful. I will also mai free to those haying Bald Heads or Bare Faces, simple directions and information that will enable thotn to start ft full growth of Luxuriant Hair W hiskers, or a Moustache,in less than thirty days. 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By a very simple process, requiring but a short time and little experiemm, a perfect imitation of an Oil Picture can be produced, giving the glass the appearance of Canvass, and so marly resemblin- an 011 Painting on canvass as to deceive the best.of jmlg ■ These taintings are superior to all other cheap string that have before been introduced, as their boldness soft blending of colors, iipd rich shading of back,n’oiiilft readily distinguish them from all other classes La dle swill find that by the aid of this beautiful art that they can execute, at a very trifling expense, some most beautiful pictures, equal in richness to those which cost hundreds of dollars. Even children not over 13 vears of age have often produced specimens which surmise every body. that for 50 cents 1 furnish FULL INSTRUCTIONS, and all receipts for 3 Paints Ac., &c so that any one who may not have any natural taste for painting can execute Pictures nearly qnal to those of old Artists. 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