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fill, a ^ premui'ti^ seven ...bnsiuess per and liq'iB.lMrt enter- known a thbr,- ",'.'-, recently ';and building for' this; that engine,; thebrpre-i 'of this was for of the liead- mill runi hundred a vast pnt up which this qnau- fifte'en in '; ' Geo. of ho choice There I be- place. vi a re- In Was Holme?. Senate of'ex- esteemed seems sits* so 'scarcely 20th a son first product '.'."Tiiere,,ia" a, fl6n'ring r ' mil qwiied by'It.. M t 'Mitchell, run by steam aridWrnrottt ih r fiill- capacity 125bar- rels-par day. .'There ia no water power Bock river flows through th« town, an* has. herf; a, fine expansion of its waters A'steam'BorreT factory is' operated b} $.8: •Viaihb; 11 He makesviO.OOO flour 1;000 pork ; bnrrels, and manufacture] barrel atooks: for: 45,000 barrels yearly employing; ten -hands. Mr. D. does good work, is dbrng a 'fine business and. has connection with ~ tbe sami branch of business at Chicago am WnitewateW •.-.; .:/, ..'..,- . , ;. . • • .;,} .A large building has recently beep erected and a steam engine put in from Milwaukee, and other . machinery is being put np : for the purpose of maun faetnring chairs aud bedsteads on an ex tenrive scale, i Mr. J.-Powers.—he says he is best "known in these parts as "Olc Jo"—is art tbe head of the concern, am is a man of,wealth,!and twenty years experience experience in thetbuainess at Hebron in this Statei.•; A]Joint Stooc Company, is interested in (the enterprise, Sunder the title of Towers,'; Curtis & Co., They have on hamUhaU a million .feet bard lumber nil ready.to work np.. The stockholders are J. Powers, G. Curtis, A. Winslow, L.B. Caswell, S.D, CJapp, N..Snnll, H.B; Willard, and B. J. Barr rie. -There are a number of stores of all descriptions, which seem to be well patronized/ Amoogthcsel notice that •jfMessri.' Hopkins i'.Willard, -who teep a large and well assorted stock of dry goods and - groceries,: .They are evidently popular traders, and are gentlemen gentlemen of pleasing address. Of this firm H. B. Willard was for sixteen years a successful practitioner of medicine at the village of 'Lake Mil!, which he relinquished relinquished for a ; more congenial occupation. occupation. The principal dealers in boots iud shbpg ftre Messrs; Merriam 4 Nash, who have a good assortment of first class goods,. which they are selling- at such economical-prices as to secure a large'run of custom, and they are honorable honorable dealer?. Mr. ju. H. Ganong is the' Postmaster, assisted by Mr. J. 4.. Shoppard, but this does not make them .Tohuson men. The wealthy man here is, I believe, Mr. May, who is equally well informed, public spirited, a good Republican, and 'is moreover a gobd patron of newspapers. Mach'attention is given" to the interests interests of /public schools. 'There are two L .that logs in ten very ;, ity, in as used ale. taken State: Je W.. resigned; many queer when say a anil furniture, >ers.y losal lark moves ;he f- wines is Kirl. The lave

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  1. Semi-Weekly Wisconsin,
  2. 02 Jan 1867, Wed,
  3. Page 1

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