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COjIMERCIAL MATTERS.
CURRENT WISCONSIN BANKS.
Bank of Madison. lowa Coonty Bank. ;
Hit k ;.f Milwaukee Juneau Rank,
i’ :i kof \i iron. Bock County Bank. ;
hr .if Osi»k(«ab. Sauk County Bank.
■j>„, . ~<■ Second Ward Bank.
<’• ::t-nl Bank of Wis. State B’k. of Wis.
]\ i; - A County Fink. State Bank.
Farmers «fr Millers B’kWis Marine «t Fire In.
■'r»k of Jefferson. Co Bank.
ofWfvauwega. Oak wood Bank.
:i Bay Bank. Racine Co. Bank,
i Exchange Bank. Sauk City Bank.
Bank ot Prescott.Shawanaw Bank,
r ; U 'ik of Fox Lake. Bank of Pdu Chien. ;
Columbia Co. Bank. Hudson City Bank. f
Commercial Bank. Kenosha County Bank. j
i-iemtan Bank. Wisconsin Bank.
Bank of the Interior. Frontier Bank. ? i
Bank of Monroe. Jefferson Co. Bank.
Sink of Moneka. Lumberman's Bank,
’.ink of the N West. Oshkosh Com. Bank.
Brink of Beloit. Prairie City Bank.
B.tnfc of Grant County. Rock River Bank.
;.,»j <>fSheboygan. Rockwell A Co.'s B'k.
• kof Snarl a. St. Croix Valley Bank, j
'■ ■■ ;• of Watertown. Summit Bank.
of Whitewater, Sun Prairie Rank. j
Cora Planters’ Bank. Tv alworth Co. Bank. j
1 nk if Wisconsin, Waukesha County B’k. ■
T : - Darling <fc Co.Fainiers & Mechanics’ j
IT-’ orn Bank. Bank.
; • * ’it v Bank. Bank of Green Bay
j . 0 f Portage City Bank of Kenosha |
P Ilii.klev it Northern Bank
Co’s Bank Waupun Bank
I a C;v- Co Bank Pudge Co Bank
1 ::; k <-f (Viembt's Wis Pinery Bank
L .nk of Manitowac Citvof Berlin, Oneida
Bank
P tIBSCOTT PRIC3 CURRENT. i
I
conr.ucTcn weekly by
BEARDSLEY & LYFORP,
Dealers in
GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, j
ON THE LEVEE
Prescott Jourxal Office, ?
Oct. 30. 1861 J
Grain and Tlonr-
Wheat. . 55057
t'a'-'. 5D bashel. ... 14@13
t . h bushel. - - • 25030
P.artev D bushel. - - - 30035
Bran )cwt, . 75@ 1,00
Shorts VJcwt, ... i 3
i• • , Meal ' i cwt • - - POO 1.00
I ... Yyj sack, - - - 1,750-2,00
Provisions-
Perk, fresh, «> lb • - - f 0" I
R es. fresh, y) lb * • - r '@*
.... 3010
Venison fij * - * 406
W i.ie Fish 'J :b ... 5@7
Better** lb .... 1001 ‘2 j
• h ,-ss fJ fb .... 10012
Ledy ih .... 10012
Pees Y> doz, - - - - *@lo,
«Cators ip bu. ... 25 j
■leans V ) bn. .... GOO 75
Onions p* bu. ... 40@G0 ,
Groceries
c; r ,r ar brown. 7-7 lb • * • 9 (ci I 1
S’-irao refined, f* fb - - 14013
Coffee ¥' ib - - - - 17021.’
Tea. Mack. V> ft - - - 45075
Te« green, ¥’ fb ... 60@1,00 i
ihu- t* ft 1 t - - - 8 ,
MiJasses 53gallon, ... 500S 1 '
Sr: •p 3# gallon, ... : JQ j
C - dies, star, p) lb - - - 25030
*'.-ndles tallow, «) tb - - 13015
Oil. W. s) gallon, - - - 1,0001.25
S i; a barrel, - - - 3,00
Vi: egar y> gallon, ... 2!) a 25
A pics V) barrel. - - - 3,00
Apples, dried, lb - - - 5a7
Miscellaneous-
Hides, g’n, per lb ... oa3
H’des. idrv, per lb - • - Gaß
Hay rer T - - - 5,00 a 0.00
7> id per cord, ... 3,00
Lumber-
Common lumber per 31, * * Pa 10,00
FI r ner 31. - - - - 15.a1G.0f)
Fidbrnper M. - - - 15a20.G0
dear stufl *wr M. - - - 15a20.00
L--;b. per >f, .... 2.(0
Shingles, .... 2,50a3,00
” i l.\MM< >XI>
f3TEAj¥I MILL!
rn .is undersigned having purchased the above
1 Mill, rebuilt and refitted it and added to
it a Lath and Shingle mill, also a planing
and matching machine, are prepared to fur
nish Lumber ofthe best description as low as
i-r.n be bought in the country.
Also Lath .’Hid Sitiasles,
The price of Lumber will tango from $0 to
Si : 5 according to quality. Bills, of Lumber
ihvough we will furnish at %10, We will take
in exchange*for Lumber all kinds produce and
are i --idv to contract wi.hanv parties d siring
to ilo -o li»r breaking up 200 or 300 acres of
L *nd a: pav in Lumber.
We li.-.v-- several thou>and acres of valuable
PIXX AXD TIMBER LAXDS!
which we will sell at a fair price to actual set
tlors.
We have a -Vre in connection with the
,r*’',vi» T iil! in which wc'keep a wt-11 selected
s; ~-k ~f Dry ( ~ods. Groceries, Clothing, Hats
i -.d Caps, Hardware which we will sell as
!>t asnn le bought at any of the River
p n’vns, and will take all kinds of Produce
in iiavu• •;?. Our facilities for FURNJSH
riIRCIIASING GOODS !
A--- unsurpassed in this part of the couutrv,
an.l the beauty of our srranre-ments is we al
lavs fulfill out promises. Call on us and see.
CLAPP & DAVIS.
Ilummom!, St. Croix Co. Wis.,June IG. 1861.
no2Stf.
y A XKEE B I L L I A II D
BRIMKIHGSALGON.
It IT E subscriber can be found, early and
. fate, at his old stand on the Levee, ready
to serve his customer-* with everything in the
line ot r.atables and Drinkables at reasonable
rates. This
Saloc-n i 3 Elegantly Furnished,
and the favorite resort of those who indulge
in a game of Billiards and partake of a social
drink. Nothing but the choicest kind of liq
uors kept in this establishment— -forty rod
honors being at a discount. Give me u
A. RULEY.
Prescott, October, 2d, 1861. no23tf.
Resolution.
By the Common Council of the
1 ity of Prescott, that the sum ot §2OO, be ap.
proprialed for grading the hi 11 on Ash Street,
in Sekazer’s Addition to the City of Prescott,
said sum to be paid in city orders, to be is*
sued whdh such work is done, and payable
••no year from date. Said grading not to cost
over ten cents per cubic yard, and said appro
priation to be made on condition, John Tb-.dlev
A Go. enter into Bonds with the city of Pres
cott to build a Flouring Mill in Prescott,worth
• •igilt thousand <iollars, to be completed bv
tiie flist of May 1862.
J. M. Whipple, Mavor,
W.T Hat h, Clerk.
Prescott. S-pt. 27th 1861.
DENT IST,
C.S. RICKER.DENTIST,
n .VS located permanently at Prescott.—
Rooms next door to Qriffin’s Store.
Business solicited.
i r-’s.-t-t*. July 31st. 1860.
614 ts.
THE WAR.

LATEST NEWS!
THE AFFEIR TIIE MIS
SISSIPPI.
Coimnodore McKeans dispatches are
received at ’.be Navy Department. Capt
Pope of the Richmond, reports the hoiO
made in her hv the ram, was 12 feet he- j
low the water line and 5 inches in cir
cumference. At the first aiarm the crow
coolly repaired t» quarters, and as the
ram passed abreast the Richmond the en
tire fort battery discharged at her, with
what effect it was impossible to discover
in the darkness: a red light was shown as j
a signal of danger, aud the squadron was j
under way in a very few minutes, the |
Richmond covering the retreat. r lhe
Piehle wen, over the bar while the \ in
comics and the Richmond grounded. The
tn’inv are now coming slow d the river
w tb five steamers.
They comineuced firing at us while
wo returned the lire from our port bat
tery, our shot however falling short wbil ,
their shells bursj on all sides of us.
At lam the enemy censed firing and j
withdrew up the rivor. Capt. Pope re- |
ports the Vincennes and Richmond both J
afloat and the leak of tiie former so re i
duced thr.t the small eugincs kept her |
free.
QiillluntCliiirse of r itiuuiirs
Body Guard
Washington, October 28.
The government has been furnished j
with a copy of a dispatch dntee St. Loins,
27th, and with one received from Gen. i
Fremont’s headquarters, daten Saturday, j
as follows ; “ Yesterday afternoon, Maj.
Saagonyeat, at the head of my guards,
made a most brilliant charge upon a bo
dy < f the enemy drawn up in line of bat
tle at Springfield, 2,000 or 2,200 strong. ’
Major S ‘rgTiine route! them and clear d
them from the town, hoisted the nafonal t
flag upon the Court House r.nd retired j
upon a reinforcement which lie Las id- ;
ready joined. Our loss is not great.— ,
This successful charge against such very ;
large odds is a noble example to the ar- |
my. _ I
Our advance will occupy Springfield j
to-night. Ihe number of tiie body guard j
wes 300.
(Signed,) Brig. Gen. ll'. K. Stone, i
Camp Ruhaudson*, Bolivar. Polk Co., ?
Mo. Oct. 2G. S j
[•S/>caW to St. Louis Republican. ] — j
Gen. Fremont’s staff arrived at Bolivar,
Polk Co., 15 miles from Camp Morrisy,
and encamped this evening on the out
skirts of the town. Bolivar, like nearly
all the towns in Southern Mo., is almost
entirely deserted, the stores being all
closed and many of the houses aban
doned.
Col. Carr's 3d Illinois cavalry, and
Mfj. Holman’s sharpshooters have left
here tor Springfield, and one regiment of
Sigel’s division depart by forced marches
for Springfield at daylight to-morrow
morning, mid will probably arrive there
in the evening. Gen. McKinstry was
two miles u -r.h of TFarsnw last night.
Ger. Pope was this side of the Osago
river and Hunter in advance of him, all
marching to this point.
I understand that in the coming battle
Lane and Sturgis will have the left wiog,
Hunter the right, Asboth the main col
umn, and McKins.ry will form the re
serve, Sigel taking the advance,
Nothing further from Price, and no
news from McCulloch.
Ripton, Mo. Oct 28.
Gen. Kennedy, who has just returned
to Sedalia from Price’s army, says that
Price's men arc much dissatisfied at the
prospect of leaving ihe State and that
t’nev will force him to make a stand with
in our borders.
On the other hand it is asserted that
Gen Johnson has left Kentucky to iake
command of Price’s alid McCulloch’s for
ces, and that before leaving that State lie
sent couriers to Price and McCulloch di
recting them to fall back into Arkansas
and not give Fremont battle until he
could reach thrm,
Gen. Kennedy says that Fremont will
have a much larger force to contend a
gainst than he imagines.
Let the Pa.-! be past, ray brother,
Give otir platforms to the flame 1
Standing firmly by each other,
Careless now of creed or name.
Let the dead with dead be buried.
Let old issues be forgot ;
Till the traitor-, shall be coffined.
Let ns share each othsr’s lot.
Never was more just a quarrel,
Never was so good a cause,
And each breeze is fully laden,
With the Coining Time’s applause.
Let us strike our hands together.
Past distinctions giving o’tr :
W eare one till war is ended,
Though we’ve differed heretofore.
RECRUITS WANTED^
A BLE bodied men. between the ages O
. A eighteen and and forty-five years of X?
age, of sober habits, not tinder
FIVE FEET FIVE INCHES
in height, who dcsile to enter the military ser
vice of the United States during the war. are
requested to report themselves to the under
signed immediately a* the Kilbourn House.
Transportation to St Louis, Mo., furnished
(first class passage ) arms, clothing, etc sup
plied by the Government immediately on their
arrival there.
Pay from sl3 to $25 per Month.
In case of sickness the best medical attend
ance is provided.
GEO. G. BLODGET,
Maj. 16 It. U. S. .A
Prescott, 0ct01>0r30,1361.
Post Office Notice.
A supply of the new Postage Stamjw is re
ceived at the Prescott Tost Office. All persons
i having old stamps in their possession can ex
| change them for the new within six days, and
. after that time they will be worthless.
~0. T. MAXSON. r. M.
Prcs-ott, Oct. 30. 1861.
THE PRESCOTT JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, PM-
ELECTION NOV. STI;Z, TQ6I.
UNION NOSHNiEIIOm
FOR GOVERNOR,
LOUIS P. HARVEY, Bock,
FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR,
EDWARD SALOMON, Mil.
FOR SECRETARY OF STATE,
JAMES T. LEWIS, Columbia.
FOR STATE TREASURER,
S. D. HASTINGS, Trempealeau.
FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL
JAMES 11. HOWE, Brown.
FOR BANK COMPTROLLER,
WM. H. RAMSE Y, Ozaukee.
FOB SUPERINTENDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION,
JOSIAH L. PICKARD, Grant.
FOR STATE PRISON COM.
ALEX. I®. HODGES, Winnebago.
Legislative Ticket.
For, Senator, 28tii District,
gS&IFLJMKJZ-JXr I_*. HUMiPHREY.
-
Fon Assemblyman,
County Ticket.
For County Commissioners,
C. P. BABNARD, C. B. COX, J. i. TBUMBLE.
For School Superintendent,
kz' Perish every party distinction, watchword and organization, but live
Our Country.
Flag of tbo free heart’s hope and home, Forever float that Standard Sheet,
By angel hand, to valor given: (L Whore brontbea the foe but falls before u,.
Thy atars have lit lie welkin dome, { With Freedom', soil beneath our feel,
And all thy hues were born in Heaven! 'p fl . , r , , „ .
J v And-Freedom 8 Banner waving o or us!
VOTE THE L' 2ST IO ]ST 'tICKETA
JOHNS & CRCSLEY,
—SOLE—
MANUFACTURERS OFTHE IMPROVED
gutta percha
CEMENT ROOFING,
The cheapest and most durable Roofing in use.
IT IS FlItE AND WATER PROOF.
IT MU be arpFcd to new and old Roofs of
all Hnfcand to Sl.inge Roefa without
removing the shingles. The cost .sonly about
one-third that of Tin, and it is tw lC e as du
rable.
gutta percha cement,
For preserving and repairing Tin pother
Metal Roofs of every description, f,on lts
great elasticity, is not injured by the contiac
tion and expansion of metals, and will not
crack in cold or run in warm weathei
These materials have been thoroughly tes
ted in New York and in all parts of the
the Southern and Western States, and we can
give abundant proof of all we claim in then
favor. They are readily applied by ordinary
laborers, at a trifling expense.
“NO HEAT IS REQUIRED.”
These materials are put up ready for use,
! an d for shipping to all parts of the country,
with full printed directions lor application.
Full descriptive circulars will be furnished
on application by nnil ot in person at our
Principal Office and Warehouse. 1 2 William
Street, (corner of Liberty Street.) N . 1 ork.
nllvl JOHNS & CROSIjE\.
Something for the Times
NECESSITY IN EVERY HOUSEHOLD !
JOIIAS «fc FROSIjEY’S
American Cement Glue
THE STRONGEST GLUE IX THE WORLD
For Cementing Wood, Leather, Glass, Ivory,
China, Marble, Porcelain, Alabaster, Bone,
Coral, etc., etc., etc.
The only article of ttie kind ever produced
which wil. withstand Water.
EXTRACTS :
« Every housekeeper should have a supply
of Johns <t Croslev’s American Cement
Glue.” — Nov York Times.
“ It is so convenient to have in (ho house.’-
New York Erpress.
■i ]t is always ready ; this commends it to
every body.” — New York Ind.apcndt.nt.
•• We have tried it, and find it as useful in
our house as water.”— Wilke's Spirit es the
Times.
Price 25 Cents per Bottle.
Very Liberal Reductions to Wholesale Deal
ers/ Terms Cash.
pgf" For sale by all Druggists and Store
keepers generally throughout the county.
JOHNS & CROSLEY, Sole Manufactur
ers 72 William Street, corner of Liberty St..
New York. nllyl
Great Summer Remedy.
GO O D FORTHE STOMACH
Dr. S. O. RICHARDSON’S
| SHERRY WINE BITTERS!
THE CELEBRATED NEW ENGLAND REMEDY
—roR—
HABIT UAL CONSTIPATION
Jaundice, Fever and Ague, General Debility,
and all Diseases arsing from a Dis
ordered Stomach, Liver or
Bowels.
THEY are lined and recommended by
leading Physicians of the country, and
I all who trv them pronounce them invalua
! ble.
Dr. JAMES L. LEEPERE, writes from
! Navarre, Stark Co., Ohio, “the Bitters are
| highly praised by those suffering trom in-
I digestion, dvspepsia and liver complaint.”
Dr. WM.'M. KERR, of Rogersville, Ind.,
I writes us that they are the most valnable med
| icine offered. lie has recommended them
; with great success, and with them made sev-
I eral cures of palpitation of the heart and gen
j eral debility.
| E. M DAVIS, Postmaster of Williamsport
Ohio’ sa j s “they give great satisfaction. I
use them myself, having taken cold, become
prostrate and lost my appetite. It received
mo, and I can recommend it with great as
surance of its merits.”
THOS. STANFORD, Esq. BlountsvilD,
Henry Co. Ind., writes us a long letter, under
date of May 4. iB6O. He was much reduced
had been "afflicted for three years with grea
nervous debility palpitation of the heart of the
most severe and prostration character “after
using a few bottles I was completely r estored
and am now in robust health.”
G. W, HOFFMAN says he was afflicted
with rheumatism for twenty years in all its
various forms, at the date ofhis letter he had
been two vears well: the Bitters effecting the
cure,when several physicians attending him
could do him no goocC He says, “for rheuma
tism, dyspepsia, liver complains, kidney at
section, or dropsy, it is as specifie certain
remedy."
J. W. HUNT writes from Delphos, Allen
Co. Ohio, (a section where Fever and Ague
prevails,) that he mosteheerfnlly recommends
them of decided merit in all cases of FEVER
AND AGUE. DYSPEPSIA, AND GEN
ERAL DEBILITY.
D, K. GALLEHERS, M, D., writes from
Van Wert. Ohio, “I most respectfully recom
mend the Sherry Wine Bitters to the notice @f
Dyspeptic persons and to all who require a
stimulation medicine.
Such New 9 we are Receiving Daily-
FULL DIRECTIONS ACCOMPANY
EACH BOTTLE.
They arc sold by Medicine Dealers generally
Price 75 cts per bottle.
J. N. HARRIS & CO. Cincinnati, 0.
Proprietors for the Southern and Western
Spates, to whom address all orders.
For sale by
B. Wilcox. River Falls W T is.
Knapp Stout <fe Co. Menomonee “
Wm. J. Whipple. Prssoott “
Rii'Hap.d Courts St. Paul, Minn.
I. S Kellogg Red Wing, “
Day <fc Jenks. St. Paul. “
Circuit Conrt--Co. of Pierce.
The State of Wisconsin, to Caleb Lewis, John
C. Foster and Edward H. Ives :
YOU and each of you are hereby summon- j
ed and required to answer the complaint j
of George A. Dill, plaintiff in this action, j
which will be filed in the office <>f the clerk of
this court, at the county seat, in said county, |
and serve a copy of your answer on the sub- j
scribers at their office in the city of Prescott, j
in said county, within twenty days after the
service hereof upon you, exclusive of the day
of such service; and if yon fail to answer the
complaint as aforesaid," the said George A.
Dill, plaintiff, will apply to the court for the
relief demanded in the complaint.
WHITE & JAY, plaintiff’s Atiy’s.
Dated Oct. 22d. 1861.
The complaint in the above action was filed
October 23d. 1861.
WHITE & JAY, PlfFs Atty’s.
J. C. Button,
Attorney at Law; Will attend to all legal 1
business entrusted to his care, in the North :
part of Wisconsin, and all collections promt- j
ly attended to. Office in Prescott, Wis.
October 16,1861. r.96vi
T32IE EIERmuiF£ Al j
AND
THE HEROES OF
PHOTOGRAPHIC PORTR AlT < 1
Card size, on Bristol b’rd, suitable for v,„
PUBLISHED AND SOLD BY
E. ANTHONY,
501 Broadway. New York
By sfccial arrangement we publish ir
tion to other portraits the Celebrated f,
tion well known both in Euro/. .
America as
Brady’s National Pliotoirranh
Portrait Gallery.
j Brady’s collection of Imperial Phof,,^
j is justly considered one of the lions ri V
i York, and in the Phonographic reprod/-'
of these every centre table can rorr//.
| additional attraction in, a miniature Jh/ 1
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HAtinibal Hamlin, Lady Dar/s
Wm. H. Seward, Aki.p Sto ’j,„ rc
Salmon P. Chase, Roht. s ‘
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Montgomery Blair. Edward Itate Si V,; r t,,
Wells, Caleb 'F, Smilh. Gen’l Scott, Col.
bert Anderson. Major Slemirer, Col. V Tj
worth, Gen’l Butler. Gen’l Mansfield tv [
i Fremont, Col. Lander, Stephen A. Ik-, i
j Maj. Gen’l John A. Dix. Maj. Gctil X* I
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I Calhoun, Herschcl N. Johnson, L. G. IV r a
1 Ben. McCullough, Lieut. Maury, ft. |
I Ward Beecher, Oliver Wendell Holmes, E
| ace Greelv, Prof. Morse. N. P. IV ill is, |
j Gordon Bennett. William C. Bryant,
| ington Irving, Henry Clay, Andrew Jack
| Commodore Perry, Dr. E. K. Kane, Joht
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i Charles Sumner, Gov. Andrew. J .T. Crin
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son Etherege,Andrew Johnson. Parson Brov
low, Brownlow’s heroic daughter.
Together with about 500 others, to |
additions are daily raade. Catalogue sen:
receipt of stamp.
Price of Portraits $3 per dozen. Car
sent by mail. Remittances maybe mad::
postage stamps.
Also a large collection of Photographs j
distinguished Europeans, Emperors, Kin*
Queens, Marshals, Generals, Dukes, Lord-
Authors, Actors. Actresses. Politicians a-
Clergy. Price, from 25 to 50 cents each,a
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Our establishment is also headquarters fA
Photographic Albums
both as Agent for the best French manufc
turer, and as manufacturer under a paten;
our own.
We have a large assortment, varying .
price from 90 cents to SSO, and holding fi ;
12 portaits up to 600.
Also folding cases of morocco or cloth j
the pocket, to hold 2, 4, 6. 8 or 12 portraits.
Also various styles of framing card p
traits, of carved wood, metal, paper, comp*
tion, etc., of elegant and tasteful designs.
Our Photographers now in the field t
daily sendidg us
CAMP SCEN’OF THE PRE ENT WAE
and views of points and things of inters;
both card size, for Albums, and in tereoscj
pic form. As for instance tne Seventh fieri
ment at Camp Cameron—ln the Trencks-f
Cooking their Meals—The Gymnasis-7.
Junction—Detmoniro’s —Laura Keene s-Ge
eral Street Views of the Camp, etc. Also’
Relay House and camp scenes and sewer
thereabouts. Also Harper’s Ferry before at
after the scenes of destruction. Together v
various other places of note.
Card Bixe2s cents each; Stereoscopic .33;
Parties who wo;,ld like a lot of these carl
scenes to select from—ti e balance to b
turned in good order at their own expense, s:
without delav—can be accommodated on r
ing proper New York reference,
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for everything in the Stereoscopic line, arr
our assortment is the most compete probal)
of any in the world.
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j the spot.
> We have an immense variety of View* of
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Ireland. Wales, France, Belgim, Hollarc.
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j Churches, and Cathedrals of France. Italy, t
I The effect of tnsse illuminated views is nr
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i are the latest Photographic wonder. Tfcrl
| are taken in the fortieth part of a second.*
I everything, r.o matter how rapidly it way?
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IIESOIiITIOY.
Resolved, By tho Common Council of *’
City of Prescott, that Sidewalk shall be built
on the established grade, on both sides of Or
ange Street, from Broad to Dakota St red, t?
be eight feet wide, and of plank one and ' ’ '
half inches thick, substantially built, to*
satisfaction of the Street Commissioners.
Notice is hereby given to all persons o r ’
ing lots on Orange Street, between Broad a r£
Dakota Street, that thev will have sixty dap
from the publication of this notice to bob
the sidewalks. If not built at the expira’i - 1
of that time, they will be built by the city **
provided in Sec. 5, Cliap. 6 Citv"Charter.
J. M. WHIPPLE. Mayor.
W. T. Hatch, City Clerk.
Notice is hereby given that the
resolution was passed by the common cou« c! '
of the citv of Prescott on the 30th dav of As*
gust, 1861 W T Hatch. Clerk
fare reduced
BY THE
Wisconsin Stage Compauj-
STAGES leave Hudson for Prescott J*ai>.
(Sundays excepted,) in the morning ir
time to connect with boats going South.
Leave Prescott for Hudson, on the rivsD',’
the Boats from th« South. Fare—Ons D
lar, (each way.)

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