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' master— Jeff«:rson ; liiUer«,l Institute:. . f_CorreapoD(Jei)C6 of tho Daily Wisconsin.] . s, Dec. 25, 186C.— Jefleracn is n pleasant village of 2,500 or 3,0)0 inhabitants, sitoBted fourteen nnhs south of Watertown, on the Chicago & Northwestern Bailroad, at the jiite r tion of the Crawfish with.Iioct JUv'ii —the county seat of Jefferson county — and is located in the central part-of the county, surrounded ry a rich ' fanning country, thickly settled by thriving farmers farmers ; east of Bock River he'avy, 1 tim-> ber; and light oak openings and prairie on the west -side soil rich and productive. productive. .' ..' '.'.''".. , ' '.'"'' The first settlement was made iu 1835. From that , time the town has been steadily increasing ia wealth and population^ Since the completion of the C. & N. W. B. B. in 1859,' the village has nearly doubled its population. — The village was incorporated in 1S57. At present the business of the town is very thriving and prosperous, having a good market for produce of all kinds. There are seven, diy. goods and grocevt *trrep. keeping .general, assortments.— The principal dealers are the Wisconsin Wisconsin : Manufacturing Company, Charles Stoppenbach, John Jang, .Nicholas Jung, Christopher Grimm and Hass & Brandon. The main business pi' tiio Wisconsin Mun.nfapturing Co., IB the manufaoturi) of bedste.tds aud chairs- being one of the largest establishments of the kind in the State, incorporated with a capital of $80,000, and composed of some of tho best business mtm oi the State, giving employment to about 150 persons, having iu coiinectiou vi'.h their other business a large steaui saw mill and extensive lumber yard, Mr. Stoppeubaqh is just completing a fine three story brick store eighty feet deep, the finest front iu the oouuty aud will compare favorably with some of the best commercial housea in our larger larger cities. ; . There are three hardware and tin stores ; two family grocery utorcs ; U;KS drugstore; one * jewelry .siure; one National National bank; one tobacco aud cigar mannlactory; seven boot und shoe stores; two cabinet rooms; two livery stables; three meat markets; three har- uefs shops; one flour ar^d feed store; one photograph gallery; three millm- eiy and dress making shops; three merchant tailor stores; one bakery; one book bindery; five hotels; five blacksmith blacksmith shops; three wagon shops; six cooper shops, N. J. Stoinacker doing an extensive, business iu that line. Three brick yards, making fine white bricks of a superior quality. One grist mill with good water power, One foundry and rniehine shop. Oae tfoolen factory nearly finished— beiug erected by an incorporated Company, with a capital of fifty thousand dolla \s. One tanntry; three grain elevators, njd three companies buying and shipping groin and porkf three brenvries; one like a In the r, iail.s it I!-d doi-.s a-;o Buwjw lirvu K.V. ti'.iucd tisii with Caj. i the. t( usive hare as \i, eiisly" :n Vis. o tlie- Lieut. it the Ox this p.jsition House Deputy GOJ. course, cral's. in Dr. coming tuO s and wu.s diuate. Dr. F. quiriog healthy, admit DJ-. M. of the « t at •many E"'iment having yeiir. of is a Settler .in.' The been in is e miny.as fitted Of the was as-sJstaut term, Mrs. E.- sistants; visit to Prof. educational State versed in "the Rogers ciety relation Beaver cliuplain 'i'ht! numerous 'urge crvum" students lectures vyeeka college, of the tie .superior sistant tjes, llev.' tite. ' ; s p el60feethigh;Gott.ic f stvlfiof architecture- w n- I'.-amiug. be, styl^of wcliite<.i.nre,^ ; n_ ^^^.|3 Kruett consisted of offen- poverty, but of with the the coun- and been Fenian- than it is irihis House of stated of any forms of can than the or^r.Dublin simply a more ? yet. of bouses some days not find police Warte; Toxteth ;Toxte_Oi 'expecto- .con- furious portion ,7f a j 'college very fiue structure, 150 feet long >!ja j suown 54 feet wide, and Lancet dows of stained glass, and is to fcav ^_ chime of bells—tbe building to COP! $30,000 when wholly completed. On;: convent with large buildings' aud fa:m of 80 acres connected therev'th, having a school for, the education of orphan children, under tha charge of the bis ters. Six schools, one'of whic-h if the Jefferson , Liberal Institute, Four practicing physicians; one, dentist; practicing attorneys, the Jefferson Banner. One newspapjr, . to beat The heavy timber on the East^iJe of tbe river making it one of the prinoi ?^1 wool markets on the railroad—dur;ng the past year there werejdelivered at 1 he station nearly 20,000 cords of wood .or the use of the railroad, besides a la:-ga quantity of ties, fencing timber, \-c. Jefferson county is one of the mist fertile and prodnctive counties; of ll.e State,'its heavy timbfr! and eicell 'it •water•power are destined to place i' iu the front rank ofjth^wealthyjcnuimrni- ties of our prosperous Sca^e. Hop raising raising is derfiaading the attention of muny of ils farmers, some of whom: have already already ncqnh-ed considerable i wealth from that source. -Considering ibe number of square miles it is Uie rcost densely populated county «eeptingiJ4- waukee in the State. • . i ,, The Wisconsin- Manufacturing l/c. mentioned above, has for officers, B. W l Clark, Presjaent; W. Sawyer, Vice President; I. W- Qatrander, -Superiu- tendent; 1 , W. P. Forsyth,' Treasurer, D. Oatranderj Secretary. : Itf addition to-their works here, they have a. paw iiflU<on the 'Wolf river for sawing ^a turning;'- : From this ^place,'. they. «hip B02J?times eight car* loads^of fumitjire iper '-week; tnnr off this month.. 5,000 Chairs and 1,400 bedsteads, Jake the log from- flie rough -and work it up lions success .'lie icople tatf, it.ite, .•it!i o be .ear :eon .le og .1; and com lere if FT. . village, located, 12iniles rapidly tbe teams. wbeat; higher have from roads. been 75,000 besides of Co.