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LOCALj^^fTEjVns. Agencies are author ■ e<l to receive advertisements for this paper : Mather k Cos., 33J BroadwayNew York. 8. M. Fettengil! * to. 119 Ntfcjao St. S. Y. J J B< .nnett I Cos., 34 Liberty St.N. 4. k Co., 37 Park Row, N. 4. C ll* debriven, 63 Ifcarbom St Chicago 111* War News.— There is but little of this commodity afloat at present. (Wednesday,) the weather has been Marching it to the time of two or three inches of snow. stage from Mineral Point to i Arena, now changes horses at W. IN at rins’ instead of at Gen. Ruggles’ in the Talley, as heretofore. Jggf-JoHN Rogers, Esq., wishes us to say that some two or three weeks ago a large plaid shawl was left at h : s place of business in Dodgeville. The owner, whoever he may be, can get it by calling for it and pay ing for this notice. Fac Simile or Proclamation. —We have received from Tnos. B. Bryan, Esq., a large and beautiful lithograph of this long to be historical document. It is a perfect fac simile of the handwriting of President Lincoln, and is a fit ornament to frame and grace the parlor or sitting room of every lover of his country. Colonel Stevens of the 2d Wis. Cavalry, left town the other day en route to his regiment. He has been at home sick for a number of months, and he starts now rather prematurely, for his health is yet very poor. His brave boys will be glad to uec him, for they hold him in very high es timation. Good News. —Mb. A. J. Slye, Esq., who went to Madison and Prairie du Chien by order of the Town Board, to make enqui ries with regard to our quota, reports the cheering intelligence that we are credited with four and possibly ten men over and above all calls. So much for giving a good bounty. This is much more patriotic than ; sitting still, waiting the invitation of the Provost Marshal, HT In another column will be found the narrative, or speech of Col. Hobart of the 21st., made before the Legislature at Madison last week. Do not fail to read it. In connection with this should be read the political debate in another column on Gen. Stark’s resolution. The one Union to the death—the other d°nth to the Union. Idaho. —The following short ex tract from a letter written from Bannock City, which we find in the Colorado Mining Journal , we respectfully recommend to the consid eration of our citizens who arc about starting thitherward. The writer says:—“lt is his private opinion that Bannock will be the best recruiting station in the world in about five or six months. Regiments of volunteers can he raised there.” New Arrival — New Goods, &c. —The old friends and patrons of Joseph Rogers, -“and the rest of mankind,” are hereby in formed that he has just received anew supply of fresh choice groceries, such as teas, coffee, sugar, molasses, fish, and in fact everything in the grocery business, which he is selling at the lowest possible living rates. Joe’s teas are the nicest we have tasted for many a day. Give him a call and satisfy yourselves. Merchandising Without Capital. —Last Saturday a stranger in our village thought to start a kind of traveling clothing store, and as a kind of first arrival procured sev eral articles of clothing from our merchants •without their knowledge or consent. Mon day following said merchant proceeded to business by offering his stock of clothing to our citizens at greatly reduced prices, which at once awakened suspicion in the minds ©f some, when it was soon found out that the aforesaid merchant was not all 0. K. To make a long story short, after an examination before Esquire Jones, he was considered a fit subject to board and lodge at the expense of the County, which he will do for the next ninety days. New Dkug Store. —The neatest and best arranged Drug Store that we have seen for many a day, is in the now building just fin ished for the purpose by Mr. P. A. Griffiths. The room is just large enough for the busi. ness, and Mr. G.*s good taste has placed everything just where it should be to show to the best advantage. The re-labeling of all his jars, bottles, &.C., and the consequent cleaning of every thing gives the appearance of an entire new establishment. The store is a little more central, being a lot or two below the post office, and on the opposite side of the street. His stock of drugs is complete and as pure and fresh as the market affords. Call a*id see for yourselves, and while in buy what you need, which you can do at very reasonable rates. pjyTrom Colorado Mining Journal, we learn that the U. S. Mint, at Denver, on the 20th ult, was robbed of $30,000 pan dust, but mostly greenbacks. The pay clerk, James Clark, is suspected, as he has been missing for some days. hat is the difference between a mouse and a coquette ? One eats the cheese and the other cheats the. he's. UNION STATE CONVENTION A State Convention is hereby called to assemble in the Capitol, at 12 M., on WED NESDAY, THE 30rn DAY OF MARCH 7 1 1864, for the purpose of appointing dele gates to represent the Union people of Wis consin in the National Union Convention, which meets at Baltimore, on Tuesday, the seventh day of June next. Each Senate and Each Assembly district will be entitled to two delegates in the State Convention. We invite and cull upon “all qualified voters who desire the unconditional main tenance of the Union, the supremacy of the Constitution, and the complete suppres sion of the rebellion, with the cause thereof, by vigorous war and all apt and efficient means,” to participate in the election of the delegates to the State Convention, in order that it may faithfully reflect the views o the Union masses of the State, without regard to former political connections. HORACE RUBLEE, WM, C. ALLEN, A. G. KNIGHT, W. A. LAWRENCE, H. D. BARRON, J. ALLEN BARBER, G. W. HAZELTON, C. C. SHOLES, ALLEN WORDEN. Republican Union Convention. A Convention of the Northern Assembly District of lowa County, is hereby called to Assemble at the Court House, in the Village of Dodgeville, on Saturday, the 2Gth day of March, 18G4, at one o’clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of chosing two delegates to represent said District in the State Convention, to be held at Madison, on the 30th day of March, 1864, to elect dele gates to attend the Union National Con vention, *o be held at the city of Balti more, on the Tth day of June 1864, to re nominate Abraham Lincoln, President for the United States. By order of Committee. Republican Union Town Conven tion. A Republican Union Town Convention will be held in the Village of Dodgeville, Saturday, March 26th, A. D. 1864, at the Town Hall, at 2 o’clock in the afternoon, for the purpose of nominating Town Officers to be voted for at the ensuing Spring Elec tion. All the School Districts in the Town are requested to send delegates to attend the above Convention. School Districts No. 1 and No. 10, are entitled to six dele gates, each, and all the rest to three each. By order of Committee. Special Notice. A meetiug of the Executive Committee of the lowa County Agricultural Socict}', will be held at the Court House in the vil lage of Dodgeville, on Saturday, March 19, at one o’clock p. m., to consider the pres ent state of the available funds of the Socie ty, and to take measures for its appropria tion. A full attendance is earnestly desired. By order. A. J. Slye, March sth, 1864. Secretary. Home Enterprise. —James Bonham, Esq., of the Hurricane in this county, says that since the loth of September last, his wife has woven upon an old style loom, 680 yards of plain linsey, blankets, jeans, dress and balmoral skirt goods, etc. Can any lady in Grant claim equal industry, or to have done more for support of family and country ? And has more work been done upon any patent loom ? The above little item of industry from the Grant County Herald , we earnestly recommerd to the practical consideration of the farming interest of our own county. We think it is high time our people were making greater effort towards being self supporting. Farmers, commence this spring and turn your attention more to growing flax and wool, and manufacture your own clothing, for cotton goods will soon be be yond your reach. For Sale. —At this Office, a splendid picture, size 21 by 30 inches. “ Mount Vernon irFThc Olden Time, or Washington at Thirty years of Age.” Designed by A. Henning, Esq., and drawn by 11. B. Hall, Esq. The design was suggested from Wash ington’s Hunting Memoranda at Mount Vernon, published in Washington Irving’s life of the General. He is here presented as the joyous, gentle, loving man, seated after his return from hunting, with his relative Bryan Fairfax iext him, while his wife and his two children are welcoming his return. The then boy, George Washington Park Curtis, permitted the publishers to copy from the original in his possession, the various likenesses in this picture, so that they may be relied on as perfectly cor rect. Price, $2. ENIGMA. An old friend has sent us the following enigma, for which an answer is requested ; In hell and heaven I am found; In earth and water I abound, In cattle, horses, sheep and swine. In grapes in clusters on the vine. In beer and wine and the barrel too, But in the cup I never go. In the store and in the bed. In the snake, the copperhead, In printers’ offices I am there. In the press and everywhere. Though dead and buried in the grave I be, Yet alive and well, as you can see, I am in Romo, of Papal fame— Reader, tell me what’s mv name? “Their Garments Left Them Aercpti.t i in Public Places.” —This remark does not apply to those who are fortunate enough to have their garments made with sewing ma chines, taking what is called the double lock stitch, as is the case with the flTced Sewing Machine, which makes the stitch alike on both sides of the material, leaving no under side ridge to wear out by wash ing and ironing. These Machines are meet ing a want long expressed by the public, in theii* adaptness to all kinds of sewing that it is possible or practicable to do. AVhere ever sewing can be done, in muslin or even leather, they will do an amount of work that is truly astonishing. Strong in con struction, yet so simple in mechanism as to be easily understood, they fully meric the reputation they have obtained, of being the best Sewing Machine ever invented. We do our friends a favor by referring them to the advertisement in regard to these Ma chines. —Philadelphia Enquirer. , Throat Diseases and affection of j the Chest, “ Brown's Bronchial Troches ” or Cough Lozengers, are of great value. In Coughs, Irritation of the Throat caused by Cold, or Unusual Exertion of the vocal or gans, in speaking in public, or singing, they produce the most beneficial results. jjgf““DAVE,” will please accept our thanks for late Nashville papers. The Saturday Evening Post.— This is one of the oldest and most substantial liter ary papers published, having been in suc cessful operation for forty-three years. It is a large eight paged paper, printed with good type, and on better paper than most publications of the present day, each num ber is illustrated with two or more engra vings ; and a number of the best writers of the age being engaged to contribute to it, it is quite a readable paper. The Post is pub lished by Deacon & Peterson, No. 319 Wal nut Street, Philadelphia, at the following terms : One copy, one year, $2. Two copies, one year, $3. Four copies, one year, $6. Eight copies, one year, and one to the getter up of club, sl2. Twenty copies, one year, and one to getter up of club, S2B. The publishers also offer great induce ments to getters up of clubs, for thirty sub scribers 'o the Post , and sixty dollars, they will give one of Wheeler & Wilsons Cele brated Sewing Machines, such as they sell for forty-five dollars. Specimen numbers of the Post will be sent gratis. “SHAKER STOCKINGS” have always commanded the best prices, and have the best reputation among dealers. Read what the Shakers say of the wonderful machine now being introduced in the West by Bran son £ Elliott, 120, Lake St., Chicago: “We, the United Society of Shakers, have been using Aiken’s Knitting Machine for a year and a half. We unhesitating af firm that the capacity of the Machines and the quality of their works are fully equal to the representations made in their behalf, and that they have given entire satisfac tion throughout our Society. W e have found no difficult-yin using or keeping them in order, and we believe them to be very durable. (Signed) JOHN MARTIN, 22w4 Union Village, Ohio.” Dec. IG, 18(52. dVbiT. Xu this village on Sunday, March Oth, Stbpiiex B. Anslev, aged about 44 years. For a number of years Mr. A. has been seriously af flicted with that most painful of diseases, inflammatory rheumatism. During the last few months ho was con fined more or less to his bod with it. For nearly four years he has filled the office of Probate Judge of this county, discharging his arduous duties with great cred it. lie was a man of sound judgment and correct hab its. His remains were taken to Mineral Point for in terment on Tuesday morning, followed by a large con course of relatives and friends, who deeply mourn their irreparable loss. In the town of Pulaski. lowa Cos., Wis., on the 2d <J February, of Diptheria, FRANK, only child of HENRY and SARAH JOINER, aged three years and J months. A bud of beauty and promise has been severed from the parent stem, and been transplanted to those “celes tial gardens” where it will bloom forever, close by the River of Life. Although so young, little Frank seem ed to realize what death meant, and in the early part of his illness expressed a wish “to die and go to God.” At last, when death's icy lingers were feeling for his heart-strings, and his tongue was becoming he rnurmered, “ma ma, I’m dying and going to God,’’ and his dove-like spirit (led to the bosom of Him who said, “Suffer little children to come unto me.” E. K. B THE GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY. Just Published, in a Sealed Envelope. Price Six Cents A LECTURE ON THE NATCRF-, AND RADL.C- Cnre of Seminal Weakness, or Spermatorrhoea, indu,- ed by Self-Abuse, Involuntary Em issions, Impotency Nervous Debility, and Impediments to Marriage gen eraily; Consumption, Epilepsy, and fits: Mental and Physical Incapacity’ Ac. —By ROB. J. CULVER WELL, 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 j hurgies, instruments,rings or cordials, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure I himself cheaply,privately,and radically. This lecture | may prove a boon to thousands and thousands, i Sen* under seal, in a plain envelope, to any address, on receipt of six cents, or two postage stamp* by ad dressing Chas. J. C, Kline n2—ylc2 127 Bowery, New York, P. O. Box 4556. FAIRBANKS’ /L ‘ STANDARD /^^SCALES | OF ALL KINDS. ! Also Warehouse Trucks , Letter Presses , &c ! Fairbanks, Greenleaf Cos., .\o. 17*2 luake Street* Chicago. CtT - Be careful to buy ouly the Genuine, [n-lplj CHICAGO SCALE 3 MAX V FACT£HS OF STANDARD SCALES, Warehouse Tracks, Sagar.MUls, General Western Agents of the Marl aml Fire Proof Safes. NO. 200 LAKE STREET, P. O. Box, 739, Chicago 211. K. J. BCPRANK, * li3l-ly L ,’criutendeut. I AIKIN’S KNITTING MACHINE It is the most useful and desirable article ever in vented for a woman to earn money with : it will give her a most agreeable employment by which she can make great profits. It can be made, in the hands of a woman, to earn with ease and comfo-t, §lO to S2O per week. An old lady, too old to do any thing else, can earn money right along, by its use. ATKIN’S KNITTING MACHINE. Tonng ladies who want to earn some money, can, by the use of this machine, employ a part or the whole of their time very independently and satisfactorily. A farmer who raises wool cannot afford to do without a machine. If he raises §SO worth the machine will con vert the SSO worth into §l5O worth. AIKIN’S KNITTING MACHINE. A farmer has girls growing np—he wants them to earn something. In no other way can they do it so res pectably and agreeably as by the use of this machine. Wives and families of volunteers find in if their best friend and protector. Whole families can be supported by its use. Thousands attest to this fact. AIKIN’S KNITTING MACHINE. It knits tliw material for a pair of stockings in four minutes. In a day a woman can make and finish com plete for market from (me dozen to two dozen pairs. The stitch made is precisely the same as that made with Knitting Needles, except in this : that the ma chine makes it firmer and more durable than the needles can possibly. AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. It knits stockings all hut the tip of the toe ; the heel is knit on the machine; narrowing and widening is done by simple motion of sot screw. It knits a great variety of fancy work, such as Shawls, Nubias, Opera Capes, Under Sleeves, Comforts, Military Sashes, Sontags, Rigolots, Clouds, Head Dresses, Tidies, Ac., Ac. AIKEN’ KNITTING MACHINE. It knits Under Shirts and Drawers, tho most ser viceable and durable that can be made; also Ttble Cov ers, Suspenders, Purses, Cravats, Leggins, &c. It is so simple that a child can comprehend it, and know the “why and wherefore"’ of it. A sewing machine may be used for years and tho operator hardly know how the stitch is made, AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. It cannot get out of order,if well used, so simple is it construction. If it gets out of order so that it can’t b fixed in five minutes, we will give the purchaser anew machine. It is portable—weighs complete but forty pounds, and can be caaried as easily as a valise of same weight. The freight on it to any point is from 50 cents to $1.50. AIKIN’S KNITTING MACHINE. It can be made to earn more in r month than a Sow ing Machine can in a year. It is an actual producer of goods for sale—goods for which there is always a mar ket. By its use a woman feels independent, and that she is “doing business on her own account.” She knits yarn into stockinge, sells them and knits more. AIKEN'S KNITTING MACHINE. Some say, “Why, it will soon knit enough to glut the market!” Not so. Twenty million dollars worth of such goods are annually imported. Stop importa tions. It is used in Penitentiaries, Blind Asylums, and other public institutions whore there are many foot to clothe. Blind women can work it very successfully. AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. Soldiers Aid Societies, Mite Societies, Ac., find this machine a most useful and satisfactory article. By its use they aae enabled to rccomplish much to enhance the comfort of the soldier and tno poor. AIKEN’S KNITTING MACHINE. Every country merchant can employ one or more of these machines with great profit, knitting the yarn he takes in into stockings for retail or wholesale trade. It is uo new, untried tiling, hut has been in successful use in all tho Factories of the East, so that now' mil lions of dollars worth cf goods are every year made on it. HSU - SALE OF SOCKS.—We sell Socks on commis sion for those who purchase machines of us. Our ar rangements enable us to secure quick sales and tho best market prices. SUPPLY OF YARN.—Wo keep constantly on band a supply of Yarns which wo furnish (at the low est prices,) to those who use our machines. fits - DEMAND FOR KNIT GOODS.—AII tho large Eastern Factories are now running exclusively on Government work, so that this season there will be a great demand fur, and scarcity of Socks and Stockings for hemc-wear. Secure your machine in time. PRICE OF MACHINE COMPLETE $75, For further information send for circular and sam ples of work. (Send Stamp.) Agents wanted in every considerable town. Address, BRANSON Si ELLIOT, General Agents 120 Lake Street, Chicago. ESTABLISHED 1760. PETE 15. UnJII.JiARD, Snuff and Tobacco Manufactr’r -16 and 18 Chambers Street, (Formerly 42 Chatham Street, Now York City.) T'XT'OULD call tl e attention of Dealers to the arti > V clos of liirf nmuufiicttiro, viz : BROWN SNUFF. Macaboy, Demigros, Fine Rappee, Pure Virginia, Coarse Rappee, Natchitoches, American Gentleman, Copenhagen. YELLOW SNUFF. Scotch, Honey Dew Scotch. High Toast Saotch, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, Irish High Toast, Fresh Scotch, or Lundyfoot, WSL. Attention is called to the Laegb Reduction in prices of Fine-Cut Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, which will be found of a superior quality, TOBACCO. S.MOCInG. fine-cut chewing, smoking. Long, P. A. L., or plain, St. .Tago, No. 1, Cavendish, or Sweet, Spanish, r No. 2, Sweet Scented Oronnco, Canastar, Nos. 1 & mixed, Tin Foil Cavendish, Turkish, Granulated. N. B.—A circular of prices will bo sent on applica tion. n45-ly TO PHYSICIANS AND DRUGGISTS ! And the People Generally. DTI. JEROME KIDDER’S VITALIZING-ELECTRO Magnetic Machines for Medical Purposes, Hav ing Six Currents, on a principle of combinations so cured by Letters Patent, are recognized by all scientific men. Electricity is now recognized by all scientific men wbo have investigated flic subject, to he a sovereign remedy for those dee eases 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, Palsy, Phthis- Piles, Salt Khenm, all Skin diseases. Spasmodic diseases, Strains, Spinal diseases, Sterility, Swelled or Stiff Joints, Tumors, Ulcers, Uterine diseases. Throat diseases, Enlarged Tonsils, Coma, * Chest diseases, Cholera, Congestive Deafness, Dropped Hands, Ama urosis. Aphonia, Bronchitis, Canculas, Cancers, Cata rrh, Cephalgia, Falling of the; Womb ;—these are.some of the diseases that Electricity will surely cure when applied through Dr. Kidder’s Machine. There are many other kinds of Machines sold, and many of them arc simply a Galvanic Battery, having no combina tion of Currents and cannot ( tire diseases. UK Gl Alt AN TEE that our Machine will cure all the complaints named. A Pamphlet of instructions goes with each Machine, time to run and opperate the same for the different complaints. Machine sent bv express to any part of the Couu- try. Agents wanted in each county. Physicians preferred, to use and sell onr Machines. !'• S. BAKER. Agent for the. West, m ° 124 Randolph Street, Chicago. Clocks and Jewelry. 8. HENDERSON, Takes this method of announcing to the inhabitants of Dodgeviile and vicinity, that he has removed his Shop to the premises, one door south of ,T. Phillips’ .store, w here he will be ready, at ail times, to attend to the wants of his customers in such a manner as to gi\ e general satisfaction. ALL WORK WARRANTED For one veer, unless otherwise mentioned. I would also call attention to my stock of Clocks, Jewelry, Sil ver Plated ware, Notions Ac., which cannot be sur passed,’either in quality or cheapness in the State.— Gold Pens and holders of all styles and qualities. A fine assortment of Pebble. Glass Spectacles, various styles of frames, always on hand. Highest price paid for old Gold and Silver. Dodgeviile, May 14th, 1863 n£s-ly NEW GOODS! rgIHE UNDERSIGNED WOULD RESPECTFULLY INFORM JL the public that they have jast received from NEW YORK CITY, and of fer for sale at their TWO STORES in Bodgeville, an extensive stock of '•igp -Sm 'w iw wa ’‘ill %is ww ■dßi *£ “ij MILLINERY, HATS & CAPS, BOOTS € SHOES, UMUiTf BSBIWiSI, TIIIU ISTISHS, AS CHEAP AS AIT STORE 11 THE WES! Persons desirous of purchasing are invited to call before purchasing elsewhere* No trouble to show Goods. In addition to the above, they have the best assortment of GENTLEMEN’S FURNISHING GOODS, consisting of French Doe Skins, Plain <fe Fancy Cassimeres, Over Coatings, Broad Cloths, Silk, Velvet and Fancy Vestings, Satinetts, tfec., <fec., <fcc. Ever offered in the county. Their extensive Tailoring Establishment is second to none in the country, and is conducted by an EXPERIENCED AA C] TIER Warranted to Fit, N M Or no Sale Ladies Cloths of all qualities and colors always on hand, the most fashionable styles of Cloaks and Mantillas made to order on the shortest notice. Dodgeville, November 3d, 1863. t-w LEAN. THOMAS & CO, WHEELER Has just received at his store in dodgeytllle a full and complete assortment of GOODS for the Fall and Winter trade which he is determined to sell as low FOR CASH, us can be purchased at any store in lowa County. 13 XX 3T - O O 33 S . I MONO my Dry-Goods will he found, NEW VALENCIAS, a choice art! clc of goods for winter wear. De Laines, German Reps, Sheetings, Shirtings, Flannels, Rod While Wool do, De Baizes, 4-5 do, Bleach do, Blue Grey, bilk Mix Persians, Merinoes, Pillow Case Cotton, Linens, Salisbury* I igured Saxony Plaids, Alpaccas, Diapers, Linen H’dk’chfs Bed, and Plaid American Prints, of any variety, also a large and well selected stock of C loths Cassimeres, Doeskins, Sattinetts, Jeans, Cottonades, Denims. &e., &c. C3 T a <3 t X* XX X JSI C3* NOW on hand from 81,500 to $2,000 worth of Ready-M-de Clothing and Wool Shirts, which I will sell lower than can he bought at any other store in the county. lEX TS cfc C X 3 S * FALL WINTER HATS AND CAPS. I intend keeping a full assortment of the latest styles on hand always. IFH C3 O T fia c kz JE 5 XX O Xls S - the Boot and shoe department will he found, Congress Gaiters, Kid Gaiters, Calf Heel, Spring do, Calf Boots, Kip do, Kid Ties, Balmoral Tips, Enamel do, Lace do, Hide do Fancy Top Balmorals, Brogans, Boys do, Ac. C>XXC>O:H3XXX:S3S. IN the Grocery Department will be found : Porto Rico, New Orleans, Cuba, Refined Yellow, Coffee, Powdered and Crushed sugar. Rio, White Rio, Mocha, Ground and Essence Coffee. Currants, Dry Apples. Raisins, Candied Lemon Soap, Candles, Syrup, and Kerosine Oil. New WHITE FISH ; Nos. 1 and L Mackerel; George’s Bank Cod lish, etc. , , .. , After a thorough trial, the ladies have decided that \V heeler & Cos. s English Breakfast Tea is superior to anything before offered in town Just purchased before the rise 7,000 lbs. of Sugars, which will he sold at prices as low as can be found west of Chicago, SAI/p by the barrel at ten cents above depot price at Mineral Point. 3EX A XX 33 W XX 33 • IN the Hardware line will be found: Nails, Glass, Butts and screws, Locks, Latches, Files, a choice assortment of Pocket and Table Cutlery. New patterns of Silver Plated Ware, Table spoons, Tea spoons and Ta ble Forks, anew article in thi# market, v - nl y l NEW BOOT & SHOE STORE. Mr. JAMES JONES wonld rcspectifully inform the citizens of Dodgeviile and vicinity, that he has opened a New BOW MB SHOE STOBI, Next dore to Mr. Arundell’s tin store, lowa Street, Dodgeviile, where he will attend to 1 the wants of the people in the boot and shoe department, and hopes, by courteous attention and fair dealing, to secure a portion of the public patronage; Every thing in the way of boots and shoes for child ren and adults, male and female, constantly on hand. ©a El MM Tf® ©jUI-SBj And as cheap as the market can afford. , . Custom work, in all its departments of making, pairing Ac., punctually attended to. Call at the New Boot and Shoe Store. Dodgeviile, Sep. 25th, 1863. JAMES JONES. RAIL ROAD TIME TABLE CHANGE OF TIME. jfKjy- -p 0 take effect Monday, April 20, 1863. MINERAL POINT RAIL ROAD. GOIN'G south. t oove Mineral Point at 3ioo P. M ' LeaVe:U GO!NG NORTH. Leave Warren at £ : ?P p ‘, M ‘ Arrive at Mineral Point at 8:10 G. W. Coer, Receiver Sg ttCHIK rpIIESE Machines make the lock-stitch alikeon both X 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, &c. 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 thicknesses of Marseilles without stopping and makeevery stitch perfect, or Coin the linest gauze to the heaviest beaver cloth, 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 part- he broken by accident, it is easily replaced. These are pecci.ii>, a facts, and will go far to deter mine the choice of any intelligent buyer. pcease Cali, a.vx> Examine, oe seme for Of.err. at,. K. B. Local Agents wanted in sections not yet occupi ed. Address, FINKLE k LYON S. M. COMPANY. Ko. 038 BROADWAY, KE W YORK, nl2y ON'E DOLLAR will pay for the Dodgevllle Cheokicl# one year if paid in advance.