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Business Directory. LA WYERS. J. W. Taylor, Attorney and Covnseiob at Law, Linden, Wiconsin. A. McArthur. Attorney at Law, Mineral Point, Wis. Ort'cc in south-west corner of City Hall building. 4 * Lanyon & Speusloy, Attorneys and Coinsklloks. Ollico rooms over the Post Utlict, Mineral Point, Wisconsin. T. Scott Ansley, Attorney at Law Mineral Point. Wis, of fice. east front room etti Hall. Ollire In Uodgorllle, in with OK-rs of Circuit Court. M. J. lililGOS. AI.DIiO JENKS. Briggs ob Jcnks, AtTOKMA' AM) ('OINSKU.OII;* AT laAW,— Dodtrcvillr. Wisconsin. Ull>e over June* X Owens' store. MOSES M. STUONU. ", T. CO AD. Strong & Coiul, Attorneys and Coi nsei lous at Lov. o litre opposite the Court House ovc Alien & Co.’s store, • Wilson & Mollhon. Attorneys and Cocnserpors at Law, Otllca In tho City Hunk, Mineral Point. Wo. 44 B. Ternoa, Attorney at Law, l!i„h!aml, Wis. Collec tions promptly intended to. unite over Non dorf ,V tvreiil's store. T. Patefleld, Attorney at I aw. Uoneral Insurance Agent. Ullloe nvei Alton ,V llitse's store. Militia. Wis. SO-tf O. C. Smith, Attorney at Law, Dodgeville, Wisconsin, oillce neat tie I’ost Ufllde Attends to the general piai .ua . t Law m the circuit Conns ol the Slate ,„i ■; the l ounty Court in all Probate matters- \ii-4UI rn i siciAJ\is. J. B. Moffett, M. D. rUVSUIAN AM) S UUEO.N. DtllcolU Hcttf Of hit* Unit stoic,M inert I Point, V ie*coiu*m. 13 Dr. W. H. Osborn. llfM bo i* A rn it* Physician and •" iuueon, Miner al l\'i ut, Wis, i lllcu tiuc cl>-or m-l of I . S. Hotel, Charles Egan, M. D. Physician and m uokon. Wisconsin I’. S. HxaiuU;;; lor Foi.sioiis, lor lyua county. Dr. Van Dusen, M. D. Physician and Si rolon, will hold Inmpclf in roadinci*t* to answer all culn* In his profession. Oilice ut his William Eastman, M. D. Physician and Si hub* UllUv No. U’oad’s block, (up slam*) l oi. ilioli amhMiestnui tin., over Ddioi’a store, Mineral Point, \> is. Dr. L. M. J. Leonard, Physician and Si uukon, Utlico ami resilience iu Mr, .Shepard’s house on Jerusalem street. Hourly opposite Jerusalem Pump. Kulram e from lliuli street between Pie?hyu*r!un church and Shepard's marble shop. Dr. H. P. Mix. llonimopulliic Ihjsician, Highland, Wis., will give prompt atl••ill ion to calls in village or country, utlico in rooms lon.uily oct npu il by Dr. Cosins. DEA 'TJ ST. J. W. Wassail, Dkntgt. Midiral Point, Wisconsin. Oiiico over i*iimiry A<o i.v’s *doic. Nis*• uxide G.t? juiiLUiicltml for lhe palnhss extraction ofteeia. 7, Ur. J. H. Wiugendor’s DENTAL ROOM '. Sii'Vo*-*or ui !lie Into Dr, J. D. Coy keiidai 1 . Oldest oilia; In the county —etdabiirdicd l>.o. All operations pivfarmcd with care and Moll and at rci*-onal)lt rales. ■DcuUijcv Eabtoarjt. Ur. C. \V. Moffett, Graduate of tin* Oh; ■ College of Dental Sur gery, ha- open i new D ulil Rooms over Osharne's .1 welry Store, lie >oli it- tin* pat ronage of Hie cuu ms of .Mineral I oinl and vicinity. loiter i _;ive sat i-Lo.Tion in what ever piece of work is enuutcd lo my < ire. My motto is to sve all teeth , ossihl.), and use the forceps only when lucre is no oilier means available. Pu serving the natural leelh u specially No charges fur consultation. R -.'ecifaHy, C. W. M'H’VK V V. DR EG CIS TS. J. B, & C. R. Moffett, ll.ivi; u largo t-tock of Urutt*. Cltcnucnl*, Fancy Toilet tfiKidi*. Cutlery, School Itooku, Stationery, Wall Tapir, I’aiul . <■.!>,*V* . <ivr u callHUci irotclu'ap iiaraulii*. Sign ol Hi- (ioiduu Mortar. *1 HOTELS. City Hotel, Maui. Tfukim.. proprietor, Alim rl Toil,l,Wo coii“in.Oood .k l.Hpioo. v. *■ 11 fiiriiif Iji-i, good blubit*. atid rveixtuaiilu I bar. - *, .*>o Partner s Hotel, A. McCut'-ais, proprietor. Op, • ■ di pot, JtuJ, \Vi“. i.ood Stables and C-lTc V uu* at Ur bed to tile premises. Eden Hotel, On corner of Mineral Point, Illtbiand, Mnpcoda. Avoca, Ma lifon and Prairie du Cbicn road*, Eden, lowa Cos., " Mini: s* ui tte, Prop. Avoca House, lleviiy Leach, proprietor, avoca, Wisconsin. Team** and drivers to any pari of t e country. Good Livery connected with the nou*e Union Hotel, Uic hard Manning piopriet* r, Eden, lowa County, Wi?, Pi rat class hotel accommodation# a good barn; and a good stuck of wioo and liquor at the bar. J-xiiitf Globe IJotel, Nicholas Siulckn, proprietor. Mineral Polot H it*. ThiP houe ban recently been enlarged and rent tea thonghost, and ii* now one of the very neet hotel* in bouth-we*t VVtacoct in. The build ing i now nearly twice lu former tsixe and i# capable of accommodating altnott any number of coeetj*. The proprietor will tparo no pain# to ma;e the ‘•Globe IloieP* HrM-cUea In every respect, ibe best of w-.ne*. Uqoor* and cigar* constantly on band. in connection with the bote! is a targe £ar& and attentive l ottlere are iw,e k-p’.on hind. Remember. r..l of High “trees. Mineral Point, Wi., lowa County Democrat 9 WM. T. HENRY, BANKER, Mineral Point, - - Wlucenftn. Organized A. t>. ISM. Transacts a general baukins business. Agent for Home Fire Insurance Comi’Any, Of New York Agent for Williams v y (irit>Ns stkameks, MONEY TO LOAN To tlrst-claas men, on eoo.l real estate, Vtf M US. KISSKU. At the oil sttiml of ll **. lauor, keep? rtrt c’ass UKOCKUY STOKK, HKSTaUKANT AM) HOARDING HOUSE. Warm meal* or any kind of rolivshmouts* served upon *hort notice. Fresh Droaii ami Cakon f*r sal a. Unrivalled let* Cream. Soda Water and Leim mule. First-clast* accommodations* lor Day and W'vck Boarders, When hnns.*ry or thirsty e.ill ni Mrs Kissrli’s, opposite Ful.urd't* drug store. High street. US I’.MNTINti 1 I’.MNTINt; 1 0 WIKDKNFEU.KH & SON. House , Sidi) and Candace Painters, Shop over Trewcek’n bl.-u-ksmilti nhop, High street, - Mineral Point, Wir. All wink exeeutoit Inn first-cltiss manner, ami at reasonable rates. Dt;v Goons! < < itocituiKs! JOHN LANVON. Dcaloi in Groceries, Dry Goods, UI.’KSS (iOODS, Hale anil Cap., Roots au.l Shoes, Commerce Strec , Mineral Point. Win. I invite the attention of the puMic to my full sfoek of ifoniN. I i-.-m soli irooils as cheap as any other denier in the city. My stock is full and complete in every particular. (Jive mr a call. I gunrniiteo saiisfaeto n. Pi UTTER AND KtitiS Taken in exchange for goods. I will pay the hUrhe-t market p, for farm produce. Pi-81 JOHN LANVON. LUMBIvK YARD! ■IA)IKS IHTCIIISON. DEALER IN Li’M r.r.i:, La rn, Siiixc i.ks, Eiv., Ivn .. Sash, 1 )nn|;>, ID. ix I is. ("i;iai: I'n-rs. And ni! miUoria) usually found in alarw lumlmr yard. Til ■ .'ittcliti n of Vuyi-rr* i* railed to our price*and the ipwlily of our Hock. , ■ Scale* ji front and it. . ear of odlce. Summer oi’ 187D. RATING HOUSE! My D. BROWN. I wcuid roped fully hum nt.ee that I am pre pared to “apply tiie public with find-rla-* re freshment* at reasonable print-. SODA WATER. ICE CUE AM, LEMONADE, Of the uality. FRESH BREAD, PIES, CAKES, ETC. Ahvaya on band. Also a food Hock of GROCERIES, GLASSWARE, CROCKERY. ETC. Ecacabcr .tbc [lace at t,t fte4of tte old City Sakc-y. 11 It. Jilt OWN MINERAL POINT. \VIS„ FRIDAY. JUNE Id, ISR). CO I TP, NEWS. From Dodgeville. Harry \\'alters, tho veteran mar shal of the villa.. ■ of Hodgeville, has routed the building formerly occupied hy Henry Semens, and has opened a saloon and restaurant. The village authority appointed four spjvial policemen eitvus day, to protect its citizens from the moh generally following a show. Mrs. F. Owens, wife of Rev. Even Owens, of .liimieton. died Friday the nth, of lung fever. The funeral look place on Sunday, the Sth. and was attended hy a large number of friends from Hodgeville and other towns. Mrs, M. Henderson, who H\, - in the town of Hodgeville, whih' walk ing on level ground from the house t > the barn, slipped and fell, break ing her leg. She is getting along finely under tic treatment of Hr. Cutler. Mrs. O'Neil, wife Matthew If. Neil, Sr., was lodged in the Hotel HTdaekmw on Monday, the Hii, tor the larceny of some turkeys taken from John H, Jones, of Wyoming. The New York Circus, under the management of Hamilton A Sar gent, showed in this village to rather poor houses, on account, of the weather. For the number of people employed it is a marvelous show. < bven of Helena. has just received by raft 500,(KH) feet of lum ber. iVrseveianee works wonders is as triic in regard In building railroads as in mherthings, After three years of’ untiring labor and sacrifice ol' money, time and proper! v, .Mi -r-. I biggs and I’aldwin have organised a construction company in this village to build and eiptip (lie Dod.'.eville V Freeport liailmad. Said ei instruct ion company has a capita! of • ,(*( I. and i- • impo.- and ot the following named, gentlemen, represented hv (lie amounts >.•( opposite their re peetive names; .1 1 iseph 1 lennet t - ti'J.l t 1 K I .1 a mis Itoherts 2.( it)(• Dr. ii. C. Cutler i’.ikm .1 1 >se| ill Piert e 2.1 It It I .1. I!. Davis 0(100 (Irville Sirimy 2,(hHi duel W hitman 1,000 I'. .1. Morris 1.000 Dr. < !. \V. i’iirra!l 1.000 A. Ilohiat- 1,000 .1. D. I’enhertliy I.IMIO \. S. ll' arn 500 Timmas Perkins S(HI Thomas lingers 500 .1. T. Pryor 500 S. W. i’ee-e 500 Samuel M. Davev linn Tiiomas K< nneiiv 2<K) Tin iv was a meeting of the above nam' and gentlemen and 1!h• following contract was entered into with I biggs and Maldwin; The said company to furnish the mmii of S20(K)0, and it' in ei ary, S'lo,ooo more, making a capital of s,‘so,(mmi, and when the road is completed to own thri e-lifth . Ibiggs and liald win to own the remaining two liftli.-. guaranteeing to the stock holder- 1 j tty percent on money in vested he.-idi - (lie original amount hack. A committee of four or five of the company w ill go down the line tin- wc-k and carefully examine the route and then work will he pushed ahead as fast a- practicable. The people of tin - village are hearing in their dnam.- the shrill whi.-tl of the locomotive whistle and the rumble of tlm cars, ;e they ap proai It this the future railroad cen ter of tin* west, bairn 1- for the ncii who have worked vigorously for this enterprise in it-dark days as well a- in the sunny one-. Mi— Sadie ( ar-yn, who ha- lx < u visiting her sister, Mrs. A. S. I b arn of this village, returned tolar home, Cadi.-. Ohio. Thv.r-day. the 12th, accompanied by le r sister. Mrs. A. S. Hearn, Mr. Hearn accompanies them to Chicago. S. W. Reese, will st.-ut Motuku next, for St, Haul, and the northern 'Likes, en a coon hunting and fish ing exeursson, for the benefit of his health. Front Highland. Next to low prices for ores, the greatest liftin' to the miner iu (his locality, is too much water. The drilling company a! present are trying to let the water otV from below. List Friday they went through a sheet of black jack and mineral about two (L i tun k. twelve feet lower than ores w ere ever found here before. Is being something in w. exeitement rue.. ■ high. Mr. Allen telegraphs to Mr. Snow, at Avoea. (ha! he will he back iu a short t ime to start again his crusher at Centm file. Mr. II trvey ‘s buying and ship ping large quantities of ores via \voeo. to I .aSalle. John Topp, one of the oldest, wealthiest and nio-d prominent cit izens of Highland is dangerously ill. fhe Jubilee exereises art' in progress tlii;; week at St. Phillip’s t'hmvh. Father Trant i- ; assisted by 1 levs. Hannon of Harlington. O'lxt'efe of Mineral Point and laiby of Ridgeway. St. Phillips l 'hmvh will hold il - ti'-mial Picnic this year as usual, on July Uh, and in the evening a fes t.x;ll •will he gin it in Kineur's I bill. Our dramatic ehih are making arrangenunts to t ravel. Ni Hie Pollard, daughlt r of 'i'ho-. Pollard, of l 'lx and . died \< ry sud (lenly last vri-ek at the home of In-r sister in Fdeit. fhe workmen ai Hr. Kgtm's new building are beginning to get things iu shape. '-'.verything considered, Highland i-* .-ailior lively at present. !'r. in hover. i >uvii I;,- l!i-• i;i t wtrk ! took :i trip through tin 1 western | ><>r!i<>ii >l’ tlic i'iunity, ainl found crop.- look iii; r splendid. flax is hard to Meal mid mm, with pond weather, will Me i!u' r<*ijuir • 1 J<me 1 1 i•; 1 My duly till. I’rospeefs fur ;i |ii ii* yield f ciins fair. \\ cilm-silav idgMi, .1 one Mli. found me Milled lor Ivten, one of the line.-1 rite, ui the Slate for a large town. Having a -eertaiued that (I.- M. K. Sunday Sehool wa to give a dime exhibition of course I attended. 1 mu: t eonli. that I wa highly eni -rtaiiieil, AH taking part in tie' e\el'ei-e aeillli it ei. tliem.'elve creditably and theexld Mition wa throughout. Kx eel lei it music wa fiirni.de and for the evening My the Linden M. M, church eho’rr. Nearly two hundred people w> re in attendance. it. ’•’f n.i Wist dine Mounds. Nothin,/ of importance ha- tran •jiin and Mi re, sou . oer la.-! corres pondent"' lothe I lj;Mo ii\t. 1-ivery thine L moving slow and sure. •Mir little town is mueii improved My tiie new buildings now all about tini hed, Mr. <'. I!. Arnold, ha.-, his mammoth carriage ami Mlaek s:ini'!i shop eompleteil. It it well laid out fora Mu.-im stand, and adds much to tic appearance of our town. Mr. IJ. ipiinn ha- Ids ■ tore ami hall finished. It is tjuite a mat building. Mr. \V. Itia hy has hi- dwelling house marly completed. I’rof, linger- ('oiieert came oil'at Mount IforeM, on Sat'jday evening, it wa-a grand affair, the Church wa packed, the singing was excel lent. Mis- Haw- of Madison pre -Ided at th<,- organ, ami showed that her ability as an orge.ni.-t is rarely found. We are all preparing for the glo riole Uli, and expe tto have a good time. Attempt at Hunrlun, At about 10 o’clock a, m, on Sat urdity l:lst, while Cole's circus was making a street jnuatlc at this place, an attempt was made to rob tho Toay Utvs.'s safe, Mr. Win, Hisbrow. w ho tines business in con nection with the Toay Bros disoo\ orod a young man inside the railing which enclose the safe. He bad a chisel in his hand and was about to go t > work mi tin' drawers of the safo, l he doors of w hich stood open, Mr. Hishrow attacked him, and in the scnlltc tho thief lost hi ■ hat and chisel hut made his c iape. Mr. John Toay, hearing the noise, went, to a drawer and got a revolver, w ith which he tired at tho thief as he was about si\t\ yard distant, but cannot (ell whether he struck him or not. \( any rate his high* was not impeded. Another young man, w ho had hem standing Just outside the back door, took to bis heels and ran, and if is thought that was an accomplice of the follow w ho enter ed the store, A- the the portion of the city through which they ran was almost, deserted at the time the both made good their escape. Two young- men were arrested on suspicion at tiratio! on Saturday afternoon and brought to this city on the evening train. An examina tion was had before,ln tiee I'ramel, (Ini' wastin' follow who stood out side the door, and (be other had never been soon before. I'lnn were both discharged. Ilrms firm IV. V Sun. 1 > nni K;n n. \ n> ll >lnin that his * i- iml reported correct ■ lv h\ thr press. aiul doubtless hr is redil. • \i> paper ran alford (n U'< |> on its editorial stall'a captain of a canal boat, simply to jvport Keur ney’s language V'oiti i llv. 11 wouliln ( I It i ■ sai’l that on tla* very day /aoh. Chandler nunlo his famous in (la senate, Mi: , 11 ay discovered that In r |n;.' of < rat>-a|>|• I<‘ <1 hi- laal be. n tain|o• n<l w ith. I'm-Ir, who ha i hocn nominated for governor of < hio, ; ays hr be -1 i<-\i (la* only thought w hich nelu alcil the na min a. of the ioiiV' nliou thal. nominated him, was (o put up the nian who would y I the most voles. It isn't every candidate dial would admit id I 'ol, 1 (ley, of New I)i : I. -ays dial h all (he democratic nienihias of congress Were like Ilia;"' and I lon,l. there would not he a grease pot 1 1 ll of (he ri publican parly in eonyi'i ii is ale ol' two \ ear, It they are (he onea that. brought I t.'ivld I >avi over onto the denio eralie ide, we agree wilh you, Col oiiel, Ihr the job i more than hall done already. Two (I reel i Hay hoy,-, who went we t sometime ago, have sold a mining claim which they located, for 111,01 K). Tinis (pule a strike, and there are hundred ofotla as who have made strikes while out there, In a majority of eases, however, Hie strike- made have be n for home \ ( s, in fully a majority of eases. Tim Madbon .ioitrnal savs: “With a light vote and a defective oryani/.alioii and possibly with an inferior ticket it looks a- though the repuhlieans of ('hi< -ago, in (he judicial election had sustained a deeiih I defeat.’’ Not at all, havid, not at all. Wasn’t every infernal oliiee-addled upon tie democrats? Jtrace uj). New York World; One interest ing peculiarity of the Ohio nun- i that tin* only party which has not placed a I'nion soldier at the head of its (i<ket is the Repub lican party, which so loudly insists that the I'nion is in danger and must he saved again hy the use of I'nion soldiers at the jolls. It would appear that they are to 1k “used at the polls’’ in every capacity excepting that of candidates. Mnrlington IVmoorat: On last- Thursday. whilo t'harloy llioluml M>n a ton-y oar-old sou of Albort Kiehardson, our I'o. Troasuror* was bathing in tin; IVoatonioa Kivor, uoar tho rosidonoo of Mr.. I no. Hrav, was soon by Mossrs, .lamos Mof Jintv, and ( ‘barb's IVory, who won' ro turning to tuoir homo in Kondall town l ' hi' drownin ', Thoso mon innnoitiatoly bitohod thoiv toam, and wont to tho boy's rosouo. Mr. Mot lint;, iunuodiatoh rusliod into ;hi w a tor. and In tooling wi’h his toot, tound tho \v horoabouts of tho drowning boy. who was Ivins' at tho bottom ol tho rivor oomph tol\ I'oworloss. t’harlov was instantly oarriod to (ho bank, and was soon aft or brought to ootisoiousnoss, ''ho Two Tic!.. Ohio. Now York San. and hatovor ma\ ho thou nil of tho lioanolal |>l;ill>nsi ol (ho IVntoorals in Ohio, outside tho Sialo, (iioir tiokot is undonlitodlx strongor for dial latitu lo than tho liopublioan nomination Tho hVptiblioaurt dartod out to mako thoir oiiiiipaign turn on a revival ot sooliona! issues, and to light ovoragain (ho hattlos ol the rohollion. 1 Ins groat oun is suddenly spiked hv the nomina tions intended to foprosont that idea. It i killed dead as Julius a’ b\ llmeoutra I mi the two tiekels ,\( the outbreak of the eivil wa ■ ' ’harles Koster was in (ho vn y prime of manhood, of\ igorou* oouslitution, |aud hut thirty Ihroo years o| ago. It never oooutvd (o him to yohmloer, or to share tho | ('lll ill do lot 100 o| tho lllioli, w llioh ho : o palhotioally disoiihes whoa seeking olliee, lie preferred tho path ol peaee and profits of trad,' as a country storekeeper. Tho lh publican (UiKUtkto Jor f. i'ul('nant-tio\erimr. wifTi an nil pronutiiieeahlo name, was hardly e'er hoard ol holoro, outside his ward in (’iiieiunati, hut still ho mav beti |a I riot ollhelii'l water. We bels ,e he !ield ntliee under Andrew •bdinson, whieli, of eourse, ought lo I -I '' "mils ad him to the stalwarts of die pre, out day. This is the ticket. which it is props id to renew die ii, il war, and those are tlio heroi who are to take eommnnd of Ilia! campaign a, veteran i of (he lehellinu. ( hi (la 1 ill Jut ■iil *, the Democrats li.'ivi 1 1* ti 11 iii;i(• • I Tin iiii:i.; Kwilig l"i < lovt nmr, who served three ,V i < 11' of the r,Mir Vi',lt : (if the Will' Hi till’ Volunteers, mill Clllun (Mil, '•illi ;i hiwd n|' Miijni (iciu ral. I America.-. \. Rice, lip* * iin>li> (ut< * :lm l,ii'iit<until (loveriior, uohmtecr jl 'I ''il tli'' (if I tup nl' tlii* ilniin in j April, I Ml, a: a private soldier, i 1' ,, i;. , 1i' nl! through lip- war, Id'!, u ili nil dll' li' ill "I liattlr, lull 1 came j "lit a I-i i r ;;n lii i-1 m iin al i)' Vuliiii ■ (<i'l>, Wlii'ii tli* .-I* t\v'ii tickets an’ fairly iplaced side by aide before tlir peo ple of ()hio, and tla-ir antecedents | arc fully understood, lliere will nut die mil' ll war talk on tin* part of ' I'ohter and company of tin* May-at ‘ lion a* brigade. St, Louie Ucjiiiblican: -TJic stal warl of the Srnalc arc unwilling to j aliondon (lie test-oath by which they ai" now enabled to pack every jury ;in the South with Republican par j limns unless it is replaced by an i ipially vicious system of continuing j the political test-of <pmlificaltun for jury service, Tim Democracy do not reject tlic inane, and ifMr. Hayes chooses to veto (ho rejieal of the jur ors test-oath he will make the over whelming defeat of iita party in IHBO all the more certain. It is rumored that den. I’ialt, who was nominated for Governor by the Ohiogreeiihaekers, law with drawn from the field and advised h‘w followers to unite with the dem ocrats in support of (Jen. Kwing.— Madison Democrat. NO. 11.