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sits* so 'scarcely 20th a son first Ca|it. wonnd- Bruett, the the' Deputy under fell;.'of Gsn-, niake of the occupied 'sessions, another phjsician. medical iskc- healthy, will citizen. surgeon 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 large brick Tiodses for this purpose now in use, and a new one in progress of building for 'a Central 1 High School, to cost §10,500. Mr. N. P, Gage'ia principal principal of the Higher Department, '"aid superintendent of all the schools, hav- ng five teachers in employment,'.: One " ' . ,. v , of the above houses" was built 'last sea- 1 son, costing $2,500. Thiii makes fa^es j iiigh this year— seven . per cent. Mr. Sage is a yonng gentlemao of educa|;ioB. and refinement, and is higb(ly esteeifled ""' '"' is Kirl. lave rby, vice ^Crosby, n Dy the ., A ohnich building was erected by the Presbyterian society the p_ast"y, ar, of.a neat and tasty style,' coating $5,000| to 56,000. Bev. Mr. Loomisis the pastor, iaving been re-engaged for another year, i* popular as a preacher and as : a citizen. ; . r T»o' papers are pubUBhe'd here, the oldest is the Wisconsin Chief, 'a well- mown temperance adyocatejnowiedited present I by Miss Emma Browii^ who is also a f " K; - p rac j,iedl printer,of seyenteep years experience^ experience^ i Since, tie d^ath pf tier broth- This 'of the Taaater,; firatj :He Settler i and had as time.— room, Bbgers Brewer, winter 'and as-' of On' a to fee '' educational er, t, hasiliad. 'he energy, an'd, ability to' keep the paper in regular publication in spite of "opposition and adverse oircnn> stances. ' She is a Ia4y of information and intelligence and appreciates THE WISCONSIN, The other paper is the Ft Atkinson Herald, a new enterprise, undertaken undertaken Mr. H. S. Enerman, who is a five printer, gets out a good paper, in good style, and is bound to make, it a success. It is republican, and -will be sustained as it undoubtedly merits. ; Fort Atkinson is prettily located, and must'be an attractive place in the summer summer season. Society is reported particularly, particularly, excellent. The gentlemen with whom we became acquainted are unusually well informed, social and practical:' •..-•-- „ P. M. E. Stale News, w . .' _j. ice H. .' t "ons It mcnt _n a government and he

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

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