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LOCAL 1 s - f -BowTrig Advertising Agencies are author ■ ed tu *wivd advertisements for this paper : father A Cos ., 335 Bn ad way Ne w Y qrk, s M PetteneiU 119 N,\. j J Bonnett £Co., 3l Liberty St.N.T. Peaslee ACo„ 37 Park Row, X. Y. Ci 11. Sctrivcn, 3 Beartodkn St Chicago Hi. Church Opening. —On Sunday last, according to announcement, the Metho dist Episcopal Church at Linden was re-opened, and dedicated anew to the worship of Almighty God. The dedi catory or opening sermon was preached by Mr. Hazeltine, of Mineral Point, Lc was followed in the afternoon by Rev. P. S. Mathers, of Hazel Green, who preached a very long and highly in teresting sermon to a large and attentive audience. The begging, which is gen erally an important part of such services, was highly successful, enough being collected and subscribed to settle the entire debt of the church within about h hundred dollars. The inside of the fchurch is much improved ; it presents a heat and well finished appearance. The Mineral Point choir was present and entertained the congregation with iery good music. SSO Reward. The above reward will be given for aily man who does not mind the women’s business. Per order of the ten women who “mind their own business’.” The above was dropped in the Post Office, with a request that we would publish it in this issue. We comply with the request, but we must say that we arc inclined to doubt the authenticity of the source from which it purports to •come. Our reasons are obvious, a num ber of the “ten” are married ladies, .and we can hardly think them guilty of advertising for a man, besides, wo men who mind their own business •don’t generally attend to the business of the men. Wood. —The Publishers of the Rich land County Observer, offer their paper one entire year for one cord of wood, The Publishers of the Grant County Witness offer their paper two years for one cord of wood. Now we will give our paper three entire teaks, for one cord of wood. Bent that if your dare. —Dodged Ile Chronic fc. W c can bout that neighbor Chronicle pretty bad. We’ll give our paper four years and a half ior oue cord of wood. —Ho m e hi fc 11 igen ea. We surrender the belt, we acknow ledge we are floored, but, we sincerely hope no publisher will be;so foolhardy and reckless as to contend against you, copies of a paper is as much as any man can give for a cord of wood. It is more than we could give and pay our debts. tSfciy'M e have been shown a gold hcaded cane belonging to Chas Hope, it was a present from hia son-in-law in California. It is the most splendid cane we ever saw. In the centre of the head is a piece of quartz richly inter-spangled with the virgin gold, the head for near two inches down, is of solid gold. The renowned cane of S. M. Booth, “can’t hold a candle to it.” Work, Work, Work. —For the past few months we have been so crowded •with work, that we have been obliged To extend the working hours far in tlie night And do the work of day by pale lamp light. The press beneath its labor groans, And printer's devils shake their weary bones. Nevertheless we arc still prepared to do a little more job work, on short notice, and on reasonable terms. Pile it in. Uoußy a circular from the office of the Superintendent of the Volunteer Recruiting service, at Madison, we learn that hereafter the town or ward which the recruit has chosen to represent, must ibc endorsed on back of the enlistment papers, in ink, and signed by the re cruiting officer. And such selection and •endorsement shall be made at time of enlistment, and cannot be changed. Provost Marshals and Recruiting Of ficers will accordingly attend to the mat ter and save future trouble. I*^3“*l • Durell Greene, Colonel Bth U. 8. Infantry has been appointed Act ing Assistant Provost Marshal General and Superintendent of Volunteer Re cruiting service tor Wisconsin, vice Lt. Col Chas. S. Lovell, 18th U. S. In fantry. Recruiting officers communicating with this department will address accord ingly- fST’lnanothercolume will befound an interesting letter from “Dave," our cor respondent in the Slsfe Wis. Reg’t. whose effusions are received with a hearty wel come, by oar?c!ves ant! onr readers. RESOLUTIONS Adopted at a Good Templars Dis trict Convention , held in Dodgeville , January 20 th, 18G4. According to previous arrangements a Good Templars’ District Convention to devise means for the propagation of tlic cause of Temperance, composed of the Lodges of Dodgeville, Linden and Ridgeway, met at the Templars' Hall, in the Village of Dodgeville, Wednes day evening, January 20th, 1864 The Convention was called to order by L. M. Strong, D. D. G. W. C, TANARUS., and on motion the aforesaid gen tleman was appointed Chairman and John Michele, W. R. S. Secretary for the evening. .A Committee of five were appointed to draft resolutions for the occasion, and reported the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted : Whereas, Wo everywhere meet those who are suffering from the dire ful influence of king A lcohol,and where as we have, as members of the I. O. of G. TANARUS., solemnly promised to do all we can for the suppression of the liquor traffic, and to exert ourselves to the ut most to save from the “maddening bowl'' those who are slaves to the “firewater of Hell,” therefore, he R Resolved , That while we profess to be Good Templars we will ever strive to exemplify before the world, the glorious principles of our noble institu tion ; and to prove that we are really w’hat we profess to be — Good Templars. Resolved , That, while the “love of many waxeth cold” and they “grow weary in well doing,” we will prove true to our covenent and obligation. Resolved , That our noble Order is not a “Jonah’s Gourd,” to flourish fora night, and then be among the things that were ; but that it is one of the good things of the earth, and deserves our prayers and cares. Resolved , That we, as members of this Convention, and of the I. O. G. TANARUS., pledge ourselves to do all we can to sup port our noble institution, and to per suade others to come with us, and we will do them good, for the Lord hath spoken good concerning us. Resolved , That our foes shall not triumph over us, for being united, we still stand. Resolved, That we will endeavor more than ever to make oiir Lodge more pleasant, and our meetings both profit able and entertaining. On motion it was ordered that the above preamble and resolutions be pub lished in the Dodgeville Chronicle and Wisconsin Chief. L. M. STRONG, Ch’n. John Michele, Secy. Lady’s Book for January is on hand in good time as usual, and teaming with articles of interest to the ladies. If any of our subscribers would like this valuable work, it can be had of us for 82 per year. Or we fur nish the Lady’s Book and Chronicle to any address, for £3. Specimen copies to be seen at this Office, but remember we think too much of it to lend it. fisiT'We arc informed that between twenty and twenty-five reem'ts have al ready been enlisted and accredited to this town toward® our quota under the last call. There are a few more needed to complete the required number five hundred dollars bounty is waiting for you, come and claim it. Do your duty to your Country, and get well paid for your services. Brown’s Bronchial Troches, for Coughs. Colds, Pulmonary and Asthma tic Disorders, have proved their efficacy by a test of many years, and have re ceived testimonials from eminent men who have used them. MARRIED, In Richland Center, at the residence of Mr. A. B. Weigley, January 14lh, by Iter, J. 11. Mathers, L't. Jas. U. Waggoner, 2d M is. Cavalry, and Miss Sus M'oomvAKD, both of Richland Center) Be peace and plcutiousness your lot, Your happiness complete ; And yearly pledges cheer your cot, Of girls and boys so sweet. In Darlington, La Fayette County. Wis. on Fri day, January 2id, by Rev. J. Knibbs, Mb. Johs S. Davis, to Elizabeth BennEit, both of Dodgeville. Ir. Bloomfield, Town of Lind*-", at the residence of the Bride’; mother, on the 2Jd ,ast.. by Win. J. Ben nett, Esq., Mr. Daniel Vening, to Miss Mary Pillow. IN PROBATE—Iowa County Court. In the Matter of the Last B 'ill and Testament of James Sa ndert , deceased. AS reading and filing the petition of Elizabeth Sanders. Executrix of the last will and testament of said deceased, representing among other things that she has fully administered said estate, and pray ing that a time and place be fixed for examining ana allowing her account of her administratum.it is ordered that said account be examined by the Judge of this Court, on Friday, the 19th day of February next ensuing, at his Office, in the Village of Dodgeville. And it is further ordered that Notice thereof be given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of this order, for three successive weeks prior to said day of examination, in the D 'dgetille Chronicle, a weekly newspaper circulating in said County. Dated January 22J, 1564. 8. B. ANSLEV, n2o—wj ’ County Judge Stray Notice. fT'AKEN Up by the subscriber residing 1 in the Town of Arena, on land iwned by him, in said Ton n, on or about jj if ihe 1-t day of November, 18.-3, a yearling Heifer Cohir, Ked, exempt some white on the belly, amt some whit- in the face and under the jaw. The owner is requested to call prove property, pay charges and take her away. PATRICK BEGLtV. Arena, January 2Mb, lfC4. h*2o—w 1 IX PROBATE —lowa County Court / the Waller of the Estate of David Wood, deceased. OX reading and filing the petition of Graixiison C. Wood, of lowa County, representing among oth er things that David C.Wood, late ot said County, on the Ctb day of January A. D. 1804 at Vicksburg, State of Mississippi, died intestate, leaving goods, chatties, and estate within this County, that he, the sata pe titioner is the brother of said deceased, and praying that admiuist ration of sad estate he to him granted. It is ordered that said petition he heard before the Judge of this Court on Monday, the 22d day of Febru ary A. I>. IBW at the Probate Office in rhe Village of Dodgc-ville. And it is further ordered that public notice thereof he given to all persons interested, by publishing a copy of titla order fhr three weeks successively, prior to said day of hearing, in the Dodgeville Cheon'icle. a weekly newspaper, prin'ed and published in the Village of Dodgeville in sail, County, Dated Jan. 2,'.h 18t>4. S. B. AXSLEI. n2o—w3 County Judge. WHY IS CRISTADORO’S HAIR DYE POPULAR ? Head the Universal Answer to this Question. BECAUSE It imparts a natural Idack or brown. It does not crisp or burn the Hair. It docs not soil the fairest skin. It is applied in ten minutes. THEREFORE The 31an of Taste approves it. Those who value Silken Hair use it. The Ladies everywhere prefer it. Those to whom time is valuable patronize it. Manufactured by J. CRISTADORO, 0 Astor House, Xew York. Sold everywhere,and applied by all Hair Dressers. ' Price, £1,50, and $3 per box, according to size. | Cristadoro’s Hair Preservative, Is invaluable with his Dye, ns it imparts the utmost softness, the most beautiful gloss, and great vitality to the Hair. Price, 50 ce ts, £I,OO and £2,00 per bottle, according to size. Ill<; ■*"' ~ PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY, SYMMETRY OF FORM, YOLit HEALTH AMD MEXTAL POWERS, jly using that Safe, Pleasant, Popular, and Specific Remedy known as HELM BOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHU. Bead the Advertisement in another column, and profit by it— DISEASES A Jin SYMPTOMS ENUMERATED. Cut it out and preserve it. You may not now require it, Hut may at some Future Day. ‘‘lt gives health and vigor to the frame, and bloom to the pal id cheek.” It saves long suffering and exposure. Beware of Counterfeits ! nICw4 Cures Guaranteed. Pulmonary Consumption a Curable Disease. A CARD. To Consumptives, The undersigned Laving been restored to health in a few weeks, by a very simple remedy, after having suf fered several years with a severe lung affection, and that dread disease, Consumption—is snxious to make known to his fellow-suflerers the means of cure. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre scription used (free cf charge,) with the directions for preparing and using the same, which they will find a sure cure for Consumption, Asthma, Bros chi tis, Couoiis, Colds, Ac. The only object of the advertiser in sending the Prescription is to benefit the aftlidtcd, and spread information which he conceives to be inval uable; 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 address Rev Edward A. Wilson, Williamsburg!!, n2m4 Kings Cos., New York. Mia t. itiri SEWIIG 'MACHINES rpHESE Machines make the lock-stitch alike on both JL sides, and use less than half the thread and silk that the single or double thread loop-stitch Machines do; will Hem, Fell, Gather, Cord, Braid, Bind, Ac. and are better adapted than any other Sewing Machine in use to the frequent changes and great variety of sew ing required in a family, for they will sew from one to twenty thicknesseso fMarseilles without stopping and makeevery stitch perfect, or from the finest gaaf.c to the heaviest hoavercloth, or even the stoutest leath er, without changing the feed, needle, tension, or mak ing any adjustment of Machine whatever!! They are simple in construction, and easily under stood ; and if any of the parks be broken by accident, it is easily replaced. These are peculif.r facts, and will go far to deter mine the choice of any intelligent buyer. Please Call and Examine, or send for Circular. N. B. Local Agents wanted in sections not yet occupi ed. Address, FINKLE & LYON S. M. COMPANY. No. 638 BROADWAY, NEW YORK, n!2y THE GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Seeded Envelope. Price Six Cents A Lecture ox the Nature, Treatment and bad l Cure of Seminal Weakness, or Spermatorrhoea, induc ed by Sul (-Abuse, Involuntary Km issions, Impofency, Nervous Debility, unci Impediments to Marriage! gen erally: Consumption. Kpilepsy, anil tits; Mental and Physical Incapacity’ Ac. —By RUB. J CULVKR WKLL, M. D., Author of “The Green Book,” Ac. The world-renowned author, in this admirable lecture clearly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-abuse may be efficiently removed without medicine, and without dangerous operations buggies, instruments, rings or cordials, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure himse If cheaply, privately, and radically. This lecture may prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Sent under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamps by ad dressing Ciias. J. C. Kline, n2—ylc2 127 Bowery, New York, P. 0. Box 4586 To Nervous Suffers of Both Sexes, A REVEREND GENTLEMAN HAVING BEEN RE STORED to healtn in a few days, after undergoing all the usual routine and iraegular expensive modes of treatment without success, considers it his sacred duty to communicate to his afflicted fellow creatures the means of cure. Hence, on the receipt of an addressed envelope, ho will send (free) a copy of the the prescrip tion used. Direct to Dr. John M. Dagnaix, 186 Fulton Street, Brooklyn, New York. n2O-ly TO PHYSICIANS DRUGGISTS ! And the People Generally, DR. JEROME KIDDER’S VITALIZING ELECTRO Magnetic Machines for Medical Purposes, hav ing Six Cut!rents, on a principle of combinations se cured by Letters Patent, are recognized by all scientific men. Electricity is now recognised by all scientific men who have investigated the subject, to be a sovereign remedy for those deseases arising from the disorder of the nervous system,as well as being the remedy for many other complaints. It will cure Fever and Ague, Insanity, Rheumatism, Abdominal weakness, Dispep sia. Indigestion. Ague in the Breast. Milk Leg. Neu ralgia, all nervous diseases. Paraplegia, Ifelsv, Phthis ics, Piles, bait Khenm. all Skin diseases. Spasm die diseases. Strains. Spinal diseases, Sterility. Swelled or Stiff Joints. Tumors, Ulcers, Uterine diseases. Throat diseases, Enlarged Tonsils, Con.a. Chest diseases, Cholera, Congestive Deafness. Dropped Hands. Anm wrosis. Aphonia. Bronchitis, Canculas, Cancers. Cata rrh. Cephalgia. Falling of (he Womb these are some of the diseases that Electricity will surely cure when applied through Dr, Kidder’s Machine. There are many other kind* Machines sold, and many of them are simply a Galvaalc Battery, having no combina tion .if Currents a#d canaof euro diseases. K*L GC* /,*.! yTPK that <>uv Machine, mill ■ core oil the complaints named. A Pamphlet of instructions goes with each Mpehine ♦tee to run and wpperatis the same for the different complaints. Machine sent bv express to anv part of the Coifn- try. Ag* nts wanted in each county. Physicians preferred. M> use ";fnd sell. Mir Jfacluncs. T. 8. BAKER, Agent far the MV-st, ulS—m3 121 Randolph btreet, Chicago. IX PROBATE—Iowa County Court. In the Matter of the Estate of Dadd Leeds, fl' ptpjistf-d. r\N READING AND FILING THE Vj petition of S. W. Reese. Ad ministrator of said estate, setting forth that no personal estate belonging to the estate of said deceased has ever come to his hands, the amount of debts outstanding against said deceased and a description of all the real estate of which said deceased died seized, and the value of the respective portions thereof, and praying that iicense be to him granted to sell the whole of said real estate, and it appearing from said petition that there is no personal estate in the hands of said Administrator to pay said debts, and that it is necessary in order to pay the same, to sell the whole of said real estate. It is therefore ordered that all persons interested, in said estate, appear before the Judge hf this Court on Tuesday, the 1 Oth day of February next ensuing, at 2 O’clock in the afternoon of said day, at the Probate Office, in the vil lage of Dodgeville, then and there to show cause, (if any there shall be,) why license should not be granted to said Administra tor to sell said real estate according to the prayer of said petition. And it is further ordered that a copy of this order shall be personally served on all persons interested in said estate fourteen days before said day of hearing, and shall be published for four successive weeks prior to said day of hear ing, in the Dodgeville Chronicle, a week ly newspaper circulating in said County. Dated January sth, 1864-. S. 15. AXSLEY, nlV —w 4 County Judge. ff. ff. KIMBAtI, 142 Lake St., Chicago, WHOLESALE ASD RETAIL DEALER IS S. D. & H. W. SMITH’S AMERICAN ORGANS, WITH Tremolo Attachment, In Fifteen Different Stales. ELEGANTLY FINISHED ROSEWOOD, For Ivrlor use. BLACK WALNUT AND OAK, For Churches, Schools, etc. EVERY INSTRUMENT WARRANTED EOR S ITEI ARS. Prices from S7O to S4OO. C|c !|numan (Organ Is an entire new Instrument. It contains both the PATENT TREMOLO and FORTE STOP, Knee Swell, Double lielloios and two lilow Pedals. THE AMERICAN ORGANS Are pronounced by more than one hundred of the best Organists to lie superior to any yet produced ; having received the first premium wherever exhibited. TESTIMONIALS : From George Waehhnuruc Morgan, Organist of Grace Church, and Middle Dutch Reformed Church. University Bcildino, New York. The near approach to the Pipe Organ tone attained by Messrs. S. D. <fe 11. W. Smith, in the voicing of their American Organs, united with their prompt and reliable action, entitles them to the first rank among this class of instruments. I cheerfully recommend them to purchasers either for Parlor, Hall or Chapel use. George Wasiibourne Morgan. From 8..F. Ruler, Professor of the Rostov Musical In stitute, Author, tf-c., and Director of Music in the South CongregatUsual Ghurch. Boston - , Mars. Gentlemen I confess to having entertained a prejudice against Heed Instruments before having heard your American Organ. But. by your new meth od of voicing, me monotonous, droning, buzzing sound has been entirely cured, and in place of it a pure, organ-like tone substituted. The action is prompt, and the tuning is really perfect. If your American Organs receive the patr<. \ago they merit, they must come into very general use. With regard, truly yours, B. F. Baker. Messrs. S, 1). & 11. IV. Smith, 511 Washington st., Boston. From H. M. Sanborn, Teacher of Music i-nd President of the Hundel Society, in Dartmouth College, Dartmouth College, Gentlemen ;—The American Organ 1 purchased of you, though very pleasing in tone from the first, lias become more and more a favorite instrument with my ntusica! acquaintances as well as with myself. The ease of the action and the rapidity with which light music can lie executed upon il surprised me ; while fur sacred or solemn harmony its fitness is unquestioned. I take great pleasure in adding my testimony to its real worth. Very truly yours, 11. M. Sanborn. From George F. Willey. Organists and Dictator of Music at John Street Church, Lowell, Muss. Lowell, Mars. Gentlemen Haying had opportunity for testing the qualities ofyour dillen nt styles of American Or gans in tout ast with those of other makers, 1 do not hesitate to say that I find in them a superiority, both in exquisite purity, smoothness and volume of tone, in delicate and pleasant touch, and promp response in rapid playing. I can cheerfully recommend them to any person who may wish to own or play upon such an instrument nearest perfection. llespcctufully yourr, Thomas CiifßcroK. Springfield, Mass. Gentlemen:—Having thoroughly examined your American Organs, 1 am of the opinion that they are not equalled liy those of any other maker. They are distinguished from all I have seen by their extreme fullness, yet mellowness of tone, and their quick re sponses to the touch of the performer. 1 am yours, &c.. Geo. F. Willey. From Thomas haler, Musical Dictator of Laura Keene's Theatre, formerly leader of Jalien's hand. 2!) Kivg St. New York. Gbxtlemes : —Having examined the American Organs manufactured by Messrs. S. I). & H. VV. Smith, 1 cheerfully certify to their superiority in every desirable quality of the instrument. Their voicing is of the most approved order, rendering the tones ciearand re liable, enabling the preformer to execute rapid passa ges with case and accuracy. Thomas Baker. Boxbuct, Mass. To allude to instruments which bear the name of S. D. & H. 'V. Smith, would be useless. They have stood the test for years, and when we say that they always reflect upon the reputation of Boston men, we award high praise. In quality of tone and finish they Justly claim the first rank ; and, having so much at stake, their name on American Organs may he con sidered a good endorsement of any. Respectfully, Prof. Leoxce G. A. Seciie. Biacsstoxe, Mass. GEvn.EMr.x • —The three American Organs I purchas ed of you for the use of our churches, here, in Ux bridge, and in Mulburry,have been in use one year.— It gives me much pleasure to say that they have fully met or expectations, and gives "the greatest satisfac tion. I remain yours. Ac., E. J. Sheridan, Pastor. Mr. George A. Br.rsx, Organist of St. James' Epis copal Church, Chicago, Ills., says;— “They far surpass all other instruments of the kind that have c >me under my observation, for fullness, richness and brilliancy of tone, and promptness and delicacy of action.” ALSO, ME LODE ON S. In every variety, with prices ranging from H 5 to §25. Every one is CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL And examine cur instruments, whether they wish to buy or not. Orders From a Distance FRO MPTL Y A TTEKDED TO. Address all inters, W. W. KIMBALL, 4S-ly 143 Is>lcc Street , Chicago. ; NEW GOODS' The undersigned would respectfully inform the public that they have just received from NEW YORK CITY, and of fer for sale at their TWO STORES in Dodgeville', an extensive'stock tff MILLINERY, HATS & CAPS, boots rfb ss;o:o:eis, CRBMIBY, H&BBVABi, YAIKfI MUMS, &Ci && 4S CHEAP AS AST STORE IN THE WEST Persons desirous of purchasing are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere, No trouble to show Goods. 11l addition to the above, they have the best assortment of GENTLEMEN S FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of French Doe Skins, Plain tt Fancy Cassimeres,’ Over Coatings, Broad Cloths, Silk, Velvet and Fancy Vestings,. Satinetts, etc., etc., Arc. Ever offered in the county. Their extensive Tailoring Establishment is second' to none in the country, and is conducted by an EXPERIENCED JjjA COTTER Warranted to Fit, Ladies Cloths of all qualities and colors always on band, the most fashionable styles of Cloaks and Mantillas made to order on the shortest notice. Dodgeville, November 3d, 1863. ' LEAN. THOMAS & CO, WHEELER Has just received at iiis store in dodge villle a full and complete assortment of GOODS for the Fall and Winter trade which he is determined to sell as low EOR CASH, as can be purchased at any store in lowa County. DRY-GOODS. i MONO my Dry-Goods will be found, KEV, r VALENCIAS , a choice artt ]\ cle of goods for winter wear. De Laines, German Reps, Sheetings, Shirtings, Flannels, Red, Whiter Wool do, Dc Baizes, 1-5 do. Bleach Air, Blue, Grey, Silk Mix Persians, Merinooe, Pillow Case Cotton, Linens, SailsWy, Figured Saxony Plaids, Alpaccas, Diapers, Linen H’dk’cdTfs Red, and Plaid American 'Prints, of any variety, also a large and well selected stock of Cloths Cassimeres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, Jeans, Cottonades, Denims. Ac., Ac. oiia'O'r'xxxr^c^ VTOWon hand from 81.5.00 to §2,000 worth of Ready-Made Clothihg afid Wool Shirts, which I will sell lower than can be bought at any other store in the county. xx t ® caps* FALL WINTER HATS AND CAPS. I intend keeping a full assortment of the latest styles on hand always. 33 O O T ® c&3 EHOESj |N the Boot and shoe department will be found, Congress Gaiters, Kid Gaiters, Calf Heel, Spring do, Call .Boots, Kip Kid Ties, Balmoral Tips, Enamel do, Lace do, Hide do, Fancy Top Balmorals, Brogans, Boys do, &e GROGBHIES. IN the Grocery Department will be found : Porto Rico, New Orleans, Cuba, 1_ Refined Yellow, Coffee, Powdered and Crushed sugar. Rio, AV Lite Rio, Mocha, Ground and Essence Coffee. Currants, Dry Apples. Raisiris, Candied Lemon, Soap, Candles, Syrup, and Kerosine Oil. New WHITE FISH ; Nos. 1 and 2 Mackerel; George’s Bank Cod Fish, etc. After a thorough trial, the ladies have decided that W heeler A to. s English Breakfast Tea is superior to anything before offered in town Just purchased before the rise 7,000 lbs. of Sugars, which will be sold at prices as low as can be found west of Chicago. SALT by the barrel at ten cents above depot price at Mineral Point; HARDWARE; , , IN the Hardware line will be found: Nails, Glass, Butts and screws, Locks, Latches, Files, Angers, and a choice assortment of Porket and Table Cutlery. New patterns of Silver Plated Ware, Table spoons, lea spoons and Ta ble Forks, anew article in this market. \2n I yl Clocks and Jewelry. J>7 i -1 J S. HENDERSON, Takes this method of announcing to the inhabitants or’Dodgeville and vicinity, that be has removed bis Shop to the premises, one door south of J. Phimji s store, where he will be ready, at all time-, to attm.u to the waul- of liis customers in such a manner as to give general satisfaction, ALL WORK WARRANTED For one jeer, unless otherwise mentioned. 1 would also call attention to my stork of Cl Us, Jewelry, .-li ver Plated ware. Notions Ac., which cannot be sur bassed. either in quality or cheapness in the Mato. — (Sold Pens and holders ol ail styles and qualities. A fine a-s-rtment of Pebble Glut- Spectacles, various styles,of frames, always on hand. Highest price paid for old Gold and Silver. Dodgeville, May 14th, 1M& n3o-ly Stray Notice. rpAKEX UP ev iHEcutiSOgiBE.E !;;.iipi.v; - X in the Village of B -dgevillr, on or j\ —-/-o. ahull the 1.-'t of January, one y. ■ ■ arc! a ’ half old colt, .1.-.rk bay, rather -i/. „Ll / L w’f.ite star in forehead. Also one White rut heifer, one year old past, red head, back and tail white. So othei* marks. The • v.'uer is requested t • cal), provr property. pav charges and take them away. JOSEPH X'EARCK. Bodg'-v i lie Jan. 10. 15C4. U-_;j ESTABLISHED 1760. PET I- It I,GUI Ijlj ARIN Snuff and Tobacco Manufactr’r.' If and 18 Chambers Street, (Formerly 42 Chatham Street, stvr York CifjFO \\ rOt; LU call the attention of Fealers lb tho artU i V cle.-i of his manufacture, viz ; BROWN SNUFF. Maeabov, Itefnigrbs, lino Rappee, I’ure Virginia, Coar-e Rappee, Natchitoches,’ American Gentleman, Copenhagen. YELLOW BNUFI’. Scotch, lloaey Pew Scotch, iliph Toa-t Far, fell, Fn-h Jfofjey Itcw Scotch, Jrieh Hi/ti Toast, Fresh Scotch, or JiUmi.vfoot, , . A l'ii'ion i* called to the Lakcf. Redcctios in prie-.-- of '. '.r.r.a'iT C'tFrwrsu hnd SMOKino Tobaccos, which will be fount! of a superior quality. TOBACCO. smoctkd; ftv>:-( tt chewing. smoking. Ix,fi(r, r. A. T... or plain, St. Ja^o, Jin. I, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish, ' .2, Street Scent •'A Oronoco, Canasfar,- Nos, 1 A mixed, Tin Foil Cavendish, Turkish. Granulated. X. B.r—A circular of prices will be sent on appfica tlon. n4o-ly wh mimwwmih, POA BENT. ■VTtfffCK j.t herehv </ivcti flat the Vwiait Hot ri. _il| in iJc.tevhle, Bill be ha red, for a term of from three ;.,g,c year-, (e.-r.esicn can be had atany tlmo be! re the first of March, 1 '*4. 1 - furti.! j ! i.i:. uiar. anplv to *he proprietor oaths premi r JNO. B. BO&KKT8. Irwjre-. iil,X..->.£Ch, 1-SC3. plltf