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Arrival anil Departure of Hall* AttheJaneavOle Poet Office, from and ifter M»y 8th, 18611 Arrive. Clo«. Depart OAko.h«idVay &25 p K 11*0 A x IfcOG p Bdrtdere, «»PJI fclOAB 9:40A« Overlaid mail from JanesvUle to Madi*m and Sjlves- Tuesday and Friday at 7 A K ; arrives Wed- dm-nkee to Janesvffle arrives ad Friday at 6 p «; depart Tuesday and Saturday at 4 A X. j JL BTJKQESS, Postmaster. War Meeting at Clinton. •WAR MEETINGS. A meeting in aid of the movement to form the new regiment will be held: At EMERALD GROVE, TUESDAY EVENING, (Sept. 10th,) at 7 o'clock. At Lft Prairie, at the school house south of Sinclare's, on WEDNESDAY, the IHh inst., at 1 o'clock P. M. At Wilder's School House, in the town of Porter, on THURSDAY next, at one o'clock P. M. At Johustown, on THURSDAY EVEN- NG, at the Congregational Church. At Child's Station, in Lima, on FRIDAY EVENING. Good speakers will be present at the above meetings. THE SCBGEON OF THE ?TH REGIMENT. Dr. H. Palmer of this city has been appointed surgeon of the seventh regiment and has accepted. This is an excellent appointment, and however our citizens may regret to be deprived of the services of so skillful a physician and surgeon as Dr. P., they cannot but congratulate the regiment upon having so good a surgeon to care for them on the field or in the hospital. The seventh will probably leave the state on Thursday or Friday. J8@- Letters held for postage bearing old postage stamps: Barnes & Allen, Elkhorn, Wis. Miss Hattie Wilder, Koshkonong, Wis. Alex. McCauly, Richland Center, Wis. Barber & Lowry, Lancaster, Wis. Caleb Goodson, Deansville, N. Y. Martin Green, Brodhead, Wis. J. M. Chapman, Hardin, Iowa. Waterman & Barry, \Vinona, Minn. Gilbert Beebe, Middletown, N. Y. J. M. BURGESS, P. M. TRIAL OF SCALES.—We have seen a statement of the recent official trial in one of the principal counties of_this State, of twenty-five Grain and Stock scales. They were the ordinary out-door wagon scales, tested just as they were found in eommon use, thus making it the best possible practicable test. Sixteen of them were of Fairbanks' make, and nine of various'other kinds, including some wbfch have lately been claimed as superior to Fairbanks' make, while all others were condemned as not sufficiently accurate for use. The importance of this fact will be highly appreciated iriihout comment. We publish it because it is one in which the public are interested.— Chicago Tribune. At a very large and enthusiastic meeting at Hammond's Hall, on Friday evening, the 6th inst., after listening to a very able and interesting lecture from E..V. Wilson, D. G. Cheever, esq., was called to the chair and G. N. Willis was chosen secretary. A. S. Samson stated that the object of the meeting was to appoint a town committee to correspond with the central committee at Janesville, and to aid in raising a regiment of volunteers in the counties of Rock and Green. Whereupon it was voted to appoint such a committee; and H. Hammond, H. S. Wooster, E. W. Hatch, C. Tuttle and D. G. Cheever were unanimously chosen such committee. And on motion of A. S. Samson, it was unanimously voted that Mr. E. V. Wilson be recommended to the governor for a commission to raise volunteers for said regiment. It may be expected that Clinton will do her share in filling said regiment. G. N. WILLIS, Sec'y. Important from Mexico'. MATAMOBAS, Aug. 5. The most important news I have to communicate to-day is the quasi declaration of war against the southern confederacy by the Republic of Mexico. It is directly notified to us through the State paper at Guanajuato, that Mr. Corwin had asked and received from the Mexican Government the privilege of passing troops through Mexico for the subjugation of the south.— That is the language of this Guanajuuto paper, and you can determine the meaning of it as well as I can myself. Old Abe has full permission to march troops through Mexico to attack Texas. It is considered somewhat doubtful with the Mexican authorities and the people generally that the above paragraph is correct ; but I must confess that I place every reliance in its truth. The permission thus obtained, of marching to our attack, was a part of Gen. Scott's programme; it was a part of Mr. Corwiu's mission; it was a Janegvllle Fire Zoaa-ws*. This company has beenlw"orn into the service of the United States, has received its tents and camp eqmp- page. The members have received their nniforms entire • some twenty-five more men are needed to flll the company to the required number. For the purpose of getting these men a Recruiting Officer, for this company, will be found at the Clothing Store of B. Bornheim nntil the required number is obtained. WM. B. BRITION, Captain. Janesville, Sept. 5th, 1861. »eP Mtf THREE BOYS DROWNED.—On Monday afternoon last four boys borrowed a yawl boat from one of the vessels in the 'harbor, at Sheboygan, to ride out in the lake—the oldest one beiug but 12 years. Two of them the sons of George W. Kent, one a son of Capt. Loudon, and one a son of a Norwegian, named Christian. As they neared the mouth of the harbor, the youngest boy of Mr. K. tipped overboard, there being considerable sea on, and his brother jumped out ofter him, and in so doing upset the boat—the boat striking the latter boy upon the head, inflicting quite a severe wound, which so stunned him that both were drowned. The Norwegian boy swam to something in the river, which he held on to until rescued by a man. Capt. Loudon's boy, about 10 years old, could not swim, and drowned immediately. His body has not yet been recovered.— Free Democrat. TOUE PEOPLE OF JANESVILLE COMMERCIAL. HOOK: GEAT ANNUAL SALE OF SPRING AND SUMMER IRY GOODS! BOOTS AND SHOES, ; «, t s a-xtci C **•!> .ft , MILLINERY GOODS, &c., &c., FAMILY GROCERIES ! CHEAP FOR CASH. W. L. MITCHELL, H ATING nurchimed a full anil complete assortment from first hands ol importation in Newlork.no O -A. 3ST S E I, I, goods as 3L, O Jauesville Wholesale Market Reported for the Jancsvtlle Gaiette, ) N the first day of August in every year it is usua for us to g( t ap our closing sale for the scason.am .ving been induced to purchase very largely owing 1. e lo* price of imported goods in the early part oftlii mmer, it will be necessary for un, in order t» mak. >om for our lall purchases, to dispose of at leant GRAIN AND PRODUCE DEAI.KRS. $20,000 Worth of Goods within the next Mn-iTABY ITEMS.—Tbe following companies are ordered to be placed at board : Baraboo Bangers, reporting 60 men for service. Rager Guards, at Janesville, reporting 63 men. Commissions are issued to Lu. H. Drury, C. Livingston, J. T. Purdy, A. LeBrun and F. F. Hubbard, as captain and lieutenants of Badger Battery Artillery, and the company is ordered to board at- Berlin and Madison. Forty-five men are reported subsisted at Evausville, Eock county. Lient. E. F. Brooks, of Dane County Zouaves, reports 40 men enrolled, and they are accepted for the llth regiment, and ordered to be placed at board and quarters. Grant County Gth, Lieut. Wm. Britton, reports 40 men enrolled and they are ordered to quarters. Eau Claire Badgers have arrived at Camp Eandall bringing with them a live eagle. There are now four companies belonging to the 8th regiment at Camp Randall. The original Janesville City Zouaves will meet for business to-night at 8:15. Every member is particularly requested to be present, as the business of the old company will be setlled up to-night. GAGE BURGESS, Sec'y. THE TTU ASD STB REGIMENTS.—The 7th Regiment will not be filled so as to leave before the last part of the week. There arc four companies belonging to tbe 8th Regiment iu Camp. PASSED 11 is EXAMINATION.—Josepb Hyer, son of Ouorga liver of the Patriot office recently appointed a cadet at West Point bas passed his examination creditably, and entered upon the regular duties of his position. ^__ JEFF Luvi'a EDICT OF BASISHMEKT.— under date of August 14th, the perjured, traitor at tbe head of the confederate states issued the following: proclamation " I do hereby warn and require every " male citizen of the United States, of the age of fourteen years and upwards, now within the confederate states, and adhering to the government of the United States, and acknowledging the authority of the same and not being a citizen of the confed- federate states, to leave within forty days after the date of this proclamation) and . I do warn all persons above described who shall remain within the confederate states, after the expiration of said period of forty days, that they will be treated as alien enemies." The above illustrates the spirit m which the rebels make war. They prudently discard a tolerance which would only injure their cause. No consideration of justice can restrain them from any step that may conduce to their better security. Mr. Kernan, who delivered a tnrgid har- rangue on the enormities of northern abolitionism at the opening of the recent New York democratic state convention at Syracuse, was a rapid free soiler in '48 ! So true is it that the renegade Christian makes the worst Turk. " PUT OUT THE LIGHT. "—The southern lamps are going out, from want of oil.— Tbe rebsls must regret theinereasingsbort- nese of tbe days by which so much neat is lost to them. great diplomatic movement. While the permission which Hexico has granted is altogether worthless, for no federal forces will ever march through this country, it has the moral and political effect of placing the confederate states in a position of hostility whh Mexico, unless the south has lost her self respect. You can do nothing less than take steps to make Mexico retract this permission, or her consuls should be dismissed at once, and a strong military force should at once be sent to occupy the Mexican states on the Rio Grande as a security for her peaceful conduct against these frontiers.— Cor. N. O. Crescent. From the Outposts. FAIRFAX Co., Va., Sept. 5. Yesterday morning Capt. Loyden, of the New York Twenty-third, led a squad of men on a reconnoiteriug expedition somewhat in advance of our pickets. Passing along the road which leads from Ball's Crossing to Falls Church, he reached the intersection of the Loudon and Hampshire railroad —a ravine where the Ohio regiments used to encamp, and just beyond which is now hostile ground. Here he suddenly found himself face to foce with a Capt. Saunders, of the Virginia Eleventh, wbowas engaged iu the same duty, and escorted by an equal number of men. The two captains, for a wonder, simultaneously concluded to act like courteous foes, made signs of amity, advanced, shook hands, and held a little colloquy, which Capt. Loyden reports as follows: C. S. Capt.—I think this picket shooting a barbarous business. What does it all mean? Whose fault is it? U. S. Capt.—That's just what I want to know. Our men are told never to fire, except in self dufense. C. S. C:ipt.—So are ours, but they will— [Here a shot is heard in tha thicket on the rebel side, and a bullet whizzes between the two captains.] There, you see that. Those men belong to a different company ^frorn mine, and I can't stop their firing. 'Spose we go down under this yere bridge. [Safe quarters are accordingly found and talk resumed.] You reckon now we'll fight, don't you? U. S. Capt.—O, yes ; we never doubted that, but we guess the south won't hold out 'slong's the north. You see we're slow in going in, but a good deal slower coming out. C. S. Capt.—Is that true about Butler's taking our forts at Hatteras 1 [U. S. captain gives full particulars of the surrender of men, officers, munitions, &c.] C. S. Capt.—Wellj that is rough, and no mistake. We heard the news by way of Richmond. I think this war is a foolish business, anyhow. Good day, captain. Whereupon the two officers returned to their respective squads. But Captain Loyden and his men had scarcely turned their faces campward when a dozen bullets whistled over their heads. So much for the JANE8VILLB, SEPTEMBER 9, 1861. We mako up prices as follows: WHEAT—good to choice milltag«pring62@ttC5;feijr HIRTY D-A.Y to good dry shipping; 53a60; rejected 35a45. COKN—ISalC per CO lbs. shelled, and; 13:il4c per T T])e cx ., cr i enc e of na«t years has satisfied us that «icb. lbs-i on,.. an amount can be sold, if goods are ollered at hiich rig- OAT8—dull at 14al5 per bushel. BYE—quiet at 20a25c per 60 lbs." BARLKY—dull salo at 15a25c per 50 lbs, common good quality. TIMOTHY SEED—dull at l,40al,75 per 48 lbs. POTATOES—new 25a35c per bushel. BUTTER—plenty at 10al2J^c fair to choice.roll. EGGS—plenty and dull at 6c per dozen. ^VOOL—ranges at 15a27c for common to choice clean clips. HIDES—Green, V/fZ; Dry, 5aT. FLOTJR—spring at retail 2,2S, per 100 lbs. PODLTKY—dressed turkeys, O^aT ; chickens, SHEEP PELTS—range from 30c(Si90 each. City Orders for S«Tle N large or email quantities, at a discount. McKEV September Cth, ISCl. GREAT REDUCTION & BI scp6d_ Ten cases of best Madder Lawns, sold at 12JX cents, we now offer 10 yds for 76 cents. All^our bent freacl and sold by us at 'J," 1 /,. wo will now Bell at lS%c. Fin - M of beautiful Mo'lth-.l Moza-ibicpiM. sold by us ill v'c, now only \-Ai. Fivo cases of Mottled Mudeuas 'al.ri'riue do 1'aris', Alorrtllus, 1'aris Unisilliu, 4c., *c. uitable for street or traveling dresses, and sold by n. or from ls : 'i 10 31 c.'iits, now only one shilling. *'ifij iicCL-3 striped, checked, llrorlin and plain Trariatas old by us lor 50c, now only oTJ.ic. We call partlculal Httentiou to tho following: 300 pieces of solid color Bayadere Bareges, c.wt of mi lortation 'J'Jc per yard, now oflered by us at C'^c. Jus niagine. 12 yards of Barege for 76 cents. . 100 pieces of beautiful Bayadere, check and plain tls sues and Bareges, all colors, well worth 60 cents pel yard, now olfi-red at the mill mm of So cents. Our cnlire stock of Foulard anil China Silks, alwayi sold at tii^c, now only 44c per yard. Our entire stock of SINGER & CO.'S STANDARD MACHINS, Well known to be the host for Manufacturing Purpose* No. 1, Standard Shuttle Machine, ficrly sold at $1)0, Hoc3.ta.coca. to $V« No. 2, Staudard Shuttle Machine,merly -sold at $100, to Singer's Letter A Made, I Slh.-l>.^t Machine in the word for Fal Si-winj! andLinht Manufacturing purposes; e, (witli llcmmer.)"«nd In iiutifully urnamenteil, 13OLL-VJ- Tiie Nos. 1 and 2 marhines are of greasily an 'liuriKw-s. iierially i 1 ™ to a " Our kiudH N.I. 3 inarhines si if lijiht nnd heavy cbivalry of Virginia soldiers. DEGEXEUATE WOMEN.—Iu no other coua- try in the world have wives and mothers, daughters and sisters, heen so enshrined in the temple of liberty as in our own. Regarding womeu as the most delicate and beautiful of all God's creatures upon earth, the very impersonation of every moral attribute that should excite our holiest affections, American law has made her an almost deified being, around whom it has thrown its most chivalrous and ample protection. But a few short months ago, from every state in the Union stretched forth to the grave of Washington the beautifying hand of woman, and Mount Vernon was rescued from decay. Happy had it been too if the lustre of the great man's virtue had been rescued from our tarnishing forgetfuluess, and the hearts of American women had become indeed the depository of his legacy to the human race. Bat, sickening and shocking as it is, those who have most to thank our institutions for, seem busiest in tearing them down. Not satisfied with sympathizing with treason, women high in social position are daily doing the foul work of traitors themselves—acting as spies and agents of the so-called confederate government. The thought is too revolting to dwell upon. If these women must betray somebody, let them fall below the virtue of Fulvia, the mistress of Catiline. She, harlot as she was, could not let the liberties of Borne he destroyed. For the sake of all that is good, theti, let not our fair American daughters betray virtue to vice—liberty to slavery—prosperity to destruction—heaven to hell.— iMiiisi-ille Journal, SI.AVERT on UXIOK.—What some of the border state Unionists think of slavery is pretty clearlv stated in a speech which Rev. W. B. Carter of East Tennessee delivered in Cincinnati, last Monday night. " I am a slaveholder," said Mr. Carter, " my ancestors, for three generations, have been slaveholders; therefore, I cannot be charged with any prejudice against slavery. But I tell you now, that I regard the union of "the states as of infinitely more value than all the negroes iu America, and Africa, too. Nay, I go further, and say that if the prosecution of this war and the perpetuation of the Union require that African slavery shall die, then I say let it perish." LEATHER WOI, in Carriage Trininiing. I!"«t ind Shoi«in!-'. »ar- ne«s Maliinz. i-t-x. He. Tlii-v an- of cxf" 1 - with an arm l.m% ,.um N h L. take iimL-r it and .h the largest sized dashes. Tl"-r.- i- M-arcely anyt ol a Trim, mere' stitching Hint caiim.t 0,1 better c with them than by hand : «i. to,,. th<- saving of W"? labor is very great. The table uadcr these mail H->4incIi- es Ions, and the slmttle will JioM six'-the iisna quantity of thread. The larg.) machiwork as last "%">'»-.mlVii-k for our Letter A mac», the special attention of V.'-t M.ikf-r, and Dress"'", and nil those who want m:u-liim-s for Light MiX-'turing purposes. Tbev .-mbody tl,.- ].riiiciplcslie standar, uiachiiiPs. inakiug like them, the int* .ftltcli, and are destine.! I . b.i a-. r,.Iebr.iti-d forimly S"-w ...,,ll|. ; l,tiii:iiiiira.-t.iiiii«|.iirpoM->'a«staiwlar!]l chinos are f..r iiiaiiiiractnring puri>»s,S-"-neral. "\Ve have always on band Hemming Guages, Silk ?»«, Linen and Cotton TUrcail oi> )!>Is, Best Macliluc Oil In BoUleic-, etc. Wemanulactnre our own KeedUJ would warn all persons using our iiiach.nes not "J" any olli. We know that th-re are needles soll'ic '»'"''"." or quality, at higher pric.-s than w,rse for Ihe best. The needles sold bv us are ninnnfutfl c-pecially for ourmachii.es. A~ bad nrtdU mayier II*. best ma- C *Sir'custome ! r/miiy rest assured all our Branch Offices are furnished with the GENUINE AXtfLE- In ease of small purchases, the ij may he sentin nostace stamps or bank notes. ^Correspondents will pleafite their names distinctly. It is all important the should m each case knew the post office, county state. KB, A» ^"ons requiring infoion about So j MaciiTues, their size, prices, worBauacitien, and the heat methods of purchasing, canam it hy sending to us, or any of our Branch Offlcf a copy of I. M. SINGER & COGAZETTE, which is a heantifully illustratjictorial Taper. It will be sr.nt Gratis. We have made the above B'™ "> Prices with the two-fold view of benefiltinfiublic and ourselves The puhlic have been swindle spurious michmes made in imitation of ours, metal in them, from the iron costins to the smalleice, is of poor quality Their makers have not the into dotheirworkwcll They are hid away in secret B, where it would be impossible to have at their oai;d the proper me chanical appliances. It is ony doing a great hnsi ness, and bavins extensive nfacturinR establish ments. that good machines 10 made at moderate prices. The best designed lines. Badly Made, an always liible to get out of i and are sure to cos considerable trouble and moo keep them in repair The qualifies to he lookedn a machine are: ctr tainiy nf correct action at all nf sperd. simplicity nj construction, great duntbilitimpidity of operation with th* least labor. Machir combine these esscn tial qualities, must be inodee best metal Mid finish edtoperfritian. We have Cays and means, on i grand scale, to do this. . The purchasers of machMiose daily bread i inny concern, will find thiose having the abov, qualities not only work va rapid as well as stoi rates orspecd, but last long e finest possible work ing order. Onr machine ia<fc by us, will ran more monry with le<s labon any others, whethe in imitation of ours or not. fact, they are cheape than any other machine as:. local AgerWanted. I. III. GER & CO., Broadway, New York. Chicago Office, Milwaukee Office .SO Clark Street l Mouse LOCAL AGENTS JOCK COUNTY. Mr. E. O. GEEES, Mrs. WK. AUDI, sepSdawtf Beloit. Janesville. SS SILKS at a similar reduction. We have now on hand a splendid assortment of Blacl ,ac<! and Silk Mantilbn. Laco 1'oinH. 4c, Ac., of tbi atest designs, all of which wo will sell full 25 per cen ess tiian last wick's prices. A large selection of Embroidered Setts and Collars a: reduced prices. We also offer the followinglist of goods for one dollar 10 yiii-Js of Barege for l,0i), 10 yds bl'ched Muslin, 1,00 _' Linen Table Cloths 1.CKI, " "" J yards lied Ticking 1,00, 16 j-ds Urown MiiHlin 1.00, ', yds Kentucky Jean 1.00, 12l.'.yds Madder prints! ,00, . fast col. lawn 1.00, iltiz liiifii PnllifH 1.00, Our ENTIRE STOCK uf 1U yds n'K'd Dnlliuut 1,00 10 yds liuvh Cranh 1.00 C table Napkins 1.00 2 prs Ladies' Gaiters °0 i'ockft 'Kerchiefs 9 yds Blue Dcuim , 1,00 1,00 it from ts at LINEN CLOTHING, HATS, GAPS, 4.C., will be Mill at a reduction of twenty-five per ccn last niontli'd jirices; for iiutunce, 500 Chip Hat The advitntagea to be derived from tlie^e annual CLOSIXG OIT SALES! ai*c now apparent to all, and we trust ilio public wil iivail tbcni-selveu of tlie opportunity of purchasing u the pri<*ert uljove quoted. a.s we ari> bound to nell a*» stu twl to ijivt' u-a nxmi for tall trade. augtidAw " McKEV & RBO. ATTENTION, REGULARS I AM authori'/.eil by Major Slem mcr, ciiuiniander of Ihe It'll infantry, to enlist all alil.-b.«li men between the ages of 111 and _ yeara. not less than 5 feet-IV-.'. inch es high, and of good chararler, ti, the period of Hirer years. The pa has bean incre.i.seil by congress a its late nession, to li'ifteen Dolhii-s per month, and an abundant snj ply of excellent food and clothing medical attendance included. Apply at tlie Hyatt House, Hi A. II. STAXTON, Capt. 10:h Infantry, Recruiting Ofliccr. .lanosville, Aug 17, IMil. aulTdawtf FURNITURE WAREHOUSE 3XT- S "W -A- <3- E R , W OULD call the attention of Ihe people of Janesville, Rock and adjoining counties, to his incrcoa ed facilities for manufacturing PARLOR, CHAMBER AND COMMON FURN1RURE which he will fell at Greatly Reduced Trices. In addition to the articles manufactured !<y himsel he kofps a large stock of Imported Furniture, wbic! • nibnuvs i-verytlilnj; Meeiieil for household il«e. an .vhich. as well as his own man.-picture, is of the latea styles and superior quality. &3F- Coffins, of all sixes and trimmed in every variety of style constantly on hand. Melallc Burial Cases and Caskets. I have just received a large assortment of these art cles, of an improved style and perfectly air tight. A none have been kept in this city for tho last three o fourjears, much inconvenience has been experience in sending for them. I invite an examination of nil my stock, knowm that I can give satisfaction both in quality and prici Shop on Milwaukee street, second door above Centra Bank, sign oi the coffin. N. SWAOhR. Janesville, August 10th, ISCl. nnlOdawtl S U M M E R GOODS AT •ViT" HSELOC^K'S. TCST Received, twenty-live Gross of the best kind FRtTIT JARS. None on hand except those kinds that were proved t be good, by use. last year, This largo lot was bough cheap and will be SOLD CHEAP. Also, just rcceiv d a fresh lot of Pineapples. Spiced and Cove Oysters, Lobsters, Clams, Sardines, 1'resh Peaches. Tickle Raspberry, lemon &. a variety of Syrups ALL AT LOW MUCKS. Janesvillo, June 18th, 1881. ji-lMay*m J. B. CROSD. S. O. BA1LE\ ROCK COUNTY BANK, Janesville, - - \Vi*cou> Directors i T. JACKMAN, J. J. «•• '' IE ;), si; > M. S. 1 1TCII, S. W. SMITH, JESSE MILES. Particular attcnf ion paid to collections. Si"ht drafts on the principal cities of the Unite Siat.w and Great Britain. Will purchase Notes, Drafts. Certificates of Deposit ic and buy and sell Gold and Silver at tlie usual rate TIMOTUV J.AUK.MAN, President. J. B. CROSBY. Casrjlcr. anlQdty rpHE undersigned, treasurer of the city of .TanesviH J_ hertby gives notice thnt the ni-cs<«m«nt roll an warnmt tor the collection of the city taxes for the yea 1SG1, is now in his hands according to Jaw. ray men are required to be made at his office, (with .Turkman Dirucck, Lappin's block.) within the next twenty day GEJKGK A. VOUNG, Treasurer. Janesville, Wis., Aug. 1'J, 1801. aa20<120t JAILORS TVAilTED! K.A TAILORS wauled, to work on military jacket OU jyaidtf McKEY i BHO. Apples, Peaches and Tomatoes . repared to fnrni&h to dealers the above Fruit delivered here, at my store on Main street, as chea as they can be procured in Chicago. 1 B. F. PJ3XDLETON. .Tanesville, July 20th, 1861. _ jyjjfldawlf ALt KINDS OF PHINTINO NEATLY EXECUTED AT TC8 OFFIO8' as any one in the west. Call and Examine our New Stock. 'EAS, SUGARS, COFFEE, TOBACCO, SOAl'S, CROCKERY 4 OLA8S WARE, DRY FRUIT, SALT FISH, DRY FISH, MOLASSES, SYRDPS, CANDLES, FRE?II FKUIT. ALL «OOI)S WARRANTED DE3 — AT — PALMER'S Drug and Tea Store. PRICES TO CORRESPOND NEW GROCERY AND as represented at riaU'*. loSilaw2m - the- Hyatt Ilonre. 3.0G1. O THE ATTENTION F the citizens of Rock anil njjoinini; i-nontic-s is solicited to our Large and Choice stock of 3D H. ~TZ~ C3-OO3DS, CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, HUVTS The stock of DRESS GOODS is iinsurpa-s-sed in variety and HtylcM. in great varieties. BROCADE, MADONNAS, VAI.EXCIAS, MOHAIRS, NATIONAL AND I.USTEH UIIKYS. CHAL- LIKS, UELA1NS, OKOANIMKS, LAWN'S, iC., iC., if., in quantities large, iu styles endless, in varieties lllisur- B r o c la e S li a, w 1 s , cheaper than ever. EMBROIDERY IN SETTS, Qjllars, Eil'jings, IiiS'-rliiigs, Waists, J{<>!"-'s, tf-c., d-c. in great ulmnd;uiro anil ut priccH that will antonish. Broad Clotlis, Casst. meres t Jennetfy Tweeda, LineiiH) Summer Stuff*, *fcc., die AT PRICES TO SUIT TUB TIMES. All who ivihll to get the;. jWorth of their Money in good goods, that wilt Not Fail on tlieii* I-TrinclM, an.' cordially invited to call. Goods Shown Free of Charge. jeSdawtf O. K. HKXNKTT. BOOTS AND SHOES! JUST RECEIVED BY J a m CM* M n t s o u, Xrijjjfi!i$'3t's!rs. JlcKfy if: llro., IVIiiin ftjtrcct, - - .laiicsville, IJIT'IIEKK he may be found ready to repair the uu- Vf derstauding of all such as are for the want of Or ood Solos for the Union, lie hils the best stock ot BOOTS & SHOES ever offered in this city, which he will sell ut prices correspond with the Unit's, and Will Warrant Them to all purchasers \vh.i will call and exiunine fi>r themselves before purchasing flaewliere. Jliti stock ii NEW AND FRESH, consi>ting of every variety of Geut'o C^tuin made C.tll and Kip Hoots and Sbous. Al»o a la rye a-^urlmc-nt ut OBNT'S GAITEB-S of every description. Ladies' Misses' and Clilldreiis' Gaiters, Polka Boots, Bootees, Slips aiici Cacks, in great variety. JBoys' ISootw and Shoes, of every atj'le and quality. Having selected this stock with great care, he oan warrant it of the best material and mado l»y tho lw\st workmen, and in the latest .style. (}ruteiiil f.ir past pat run aye, ho respectfully soIicit-7 a call fnun hin old customers, and he ran assure all who ure disposed to call, that no t stablishment in thu west can out sell him, either in price, quality or styl*-. Particular attention will he paid to Custom Work. He keepr* none hut the nest uf workmen, and all kinds of work done promptly and at .short notice. REPAIRING DONE WITH SKATXESS AND DISPATCH. For reference to tlio durability of his work, he refers to hid fornu-r customers, the cirixens of llock county. N. B;— It.m't forget the old Stand, one. door fr.uth ol McKeyA Uro.. Main stret-t. JAMBS IIUT?0\. Janesvillu. Wis., June 8th. 1S61. jelOdawtf with the of nnd ANDREW BOSS "IITT'E UAVE tho largest and best selected stock ol MEDICINES and Paints, Oils and Varnishes, PARLOR AND KITCHEN LAMPS, FLTJII3, OILS, <ScC., Toilet and Fancy Articles, Patent Preparations and Specifies to be found in market. TiiRetlim with a full anil varied stock of GROCERIES, WINES ANDLIQU O.R S f.-r medical purposes, SPICES, FLAVORING EXTRACTS, FRUITS AND FIXINGS for Family U»*-'"W i n cl o ~w Glass, CLASS WARE, Kerosene and Machine Oils, &c. All of whicli w will sell ut prices to correspond with the. reiluriirms to which Iff {abnr-er.1 andprodiuxri of tfie country i.irr. nuw cfunj^lli-tl to submit. We WilUt-M all kinds of i«a:E33ioi3srES, CHEMICALS, PREPARATION'S AND PRE3CBIP- TION'S, PAINTS, OILS, 4U., BROWM AND RE- KISED SUCA11.S, SYRUPS, SPICES, SALT, coarse and tine, KLSH, FLOUR, «c., Xj O ~W 3B H tliiiu any otluT hoine in Jum<«ville, for the aame quality and .-*tyle of fluids, and Deliver Tlient Free of Charge to cmtoUHT*"in town, or to the railroad depots for fltich ;w wiab them bent by mil. Our JILY, 1861. JULY, 1HG1. OF TI3VTE. VIA. OKANU IIAVEX UOUT K. JVew un<l Fivvoi'ite ICxpi-ess, U. S. Mail, Passenger and Freight Line. Lowest Rates and Quickest Time IiV THE Detroit and Milwaukee Railroad. in connection with the KEW ASD POWET.FUL tTPEll CAiilN -STEAMSDIP3 "DETROIT" AND » MIL. WAUKEE." O N and alter Monday, July 231. 1S01, and until further notice, yitlic-i- oi' tlie Kteamj-hips -Detroit" and "Milwaukee" of this line, will IIMVI- tin- ll.«-k.('.-ot of Milwaukee atrrot. Milwaukee, daily. (t-xC'-pt pun- days.) at 4 o'clock I'. M., for (Jrand Haven, c mneirtiui; there with the morning trains tor IK-tn-it. Jriispi'n-inn Itnd^'e, Tornnto, Montreal, Ituffalo, Jtocln Hter. N.-w York, Uostoll. Ae., Ac., and Cleveland line rf sti'ami.-r.s at Di-troil. making quicker time ami lower fare than by any other Itoute. S3- Mark all Freight " via D. & M, R," and save time and monc-y. OFFICES— Milwaukee, 230 East Water street, fourth door pouth of Walker House. 25 WUcon-iu street, Tunis Periodical Dt-pot. Foot of K:ist M'ater street, next door to Miles ,t Armour's warehouse, O. \ielm-ir, receiver, J. M. Whitman, Den. Western Agi-nt. I'homiui Forbes, Cty Agout. FREIOOT OFFICE— Dock, foot of Milwaukee street. W. M. Graham, Ascnt. W. K. ML'llt, U™ Sup't. D i M. 1C Office. July 231. 1SH1. au-22.ltf SHKKl', for which cash will be- p .id. AdJre.-s Box 233, I'oatotBce, Madison, utatiuj; quantity, qualit}' and price. Madinon, August 30,1801. au31&2w 3E3, Pease's Block, - - Main Street, FOR THE 3ALE OP Groceries and Seeds HE RESPECTFULLY CALLS THE ATTENTION OF THE PUBLIC TO ms STOCK OF GOODS, which will be sold CHEAP FOR CASH! 3S BLACK AND GREEN, aa well a<* mai.yf.tlier articled in which wo deal, have oin.-' iii<liHp>Mi^il<lr t.» all faro i lied that UH« them. To inch ;LS !i:ivn lon^ il<-;ilt with me, we refer all new customers tor infuriiiation ad to the quality of our gwxls, their nricerj, ami our way of doing bnaiuecs. A. PALMKK i SON", it; and Te.'i Store, near the Ford House, Janedvill HOUSE L O T S AT 2=t o c3L-u. o o d.' 3 I OFFER inv remaining House Lots' in Palmer ant guthrrlandN udditioii, east of the Depots and Rail GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. I have ;tl-o ni.-m; eligible lots iu my addition, west o the Depots, which I will nell at priced within the reach of all who dcrire to ,«e«:iire A < heap and Permanent Home in the city. Persons desiring can !»• arc-iimix-dati-d in the same neighborhood, witt pan-el* f-iiiti-d If th.-ir wants, at low figured. A!;-". lln.-itu-s.-i Lotri un Went Milwaukee street for Salt.- or li^-iit. TEKMS KASY, AND TITLE PERFECT. A. PA'LMER. Dmu and T«-;i Stnre, Went Milwaukt-e street. January ITtii. Ifc'-l. jimlTdawtf A NEW ESTABLISHMENT! ,#, Boots and Shoes, Cheap for Cash. H AVING liw.it.'il myself in the fir.-t store east of tot It.vk (.•.unity ilank. in Myern' Xew Block, wher 1 int'-ml k-'. pin^ :i full a.^<.rtim-nt .-f JLSootrt nnc SSlloi-*; "t :i:v own lii:inut:u:tur(-'. 1 have now on h:u.'l. and ;'ni c >:i-:antty incrt-OMni: inv stock, the bts kin.I ..f Kivurh Calf and Kip l:.,-.,ts t.i bo found in thi: rity. T ^\\:\\\ IR- Iiajrj.y t.'accommodate, and will piar ani>->- >.iti-i'.uti.'li t.' all lliose who may be pleased t_ lav..r nit- \villia fall. JEN':- JOHNSON. Jant-villi-. June 10th. 1501. .ie-Jildaw3m THE OLD RELIABLE AND POPULAR INSURANCE COMPANY Tn tlif equitable adju*tnu-nt. and prompt Dub reapons tu lo^.-fs, the ^> I2C CE3 I>J- X 3E .-tiiiidspre-rinim'iiiiyatlhi' Itt-ud <.f its profession ; whil its I'xteiinivr. practical and flrst chij>d buaiDf^ syaten uf liiral n^fiiries. is uut excelled by any similar corporation in the world. SEED STORE! HAS OPENED A The followini: ali~tratt ol'lhi.' l:ut annual xhibit of tho liiiaiu-iitl c-:.n;lition of the I'mE^lx. i« relented to Lin- atu-ntivp i^Tiipal and consideration ol the insuring jmbliG jVssels. Jiniunry 1st, IftlOl, Ciiih on liaml, in Lank anil AKeiit'D hands,...$118,044 33 LUUIH "ii K-«l K-!:»t>;. Hunk Stock,ttnd other ii,-i-iirity -1,43120 S.-w Voile IVnnk Stuck—il:!S uluires— mar- fci-t viilui- 125,44000 llarU'-'i-d liank Stin--k—l.ooo shares—market vain.- lr4,15000 WatiTl.ury (C.'iinirtii'iit) Bank Stock—138 .-liar.-*— market value 13,32800 T.T.u--*- 1 ^ ^lare Bonds—-*0 .shares—market value 17,60000 Mi.-r.•llaneiins Honda and Bank Stocks—market value 36,90000 Accumulated In.crest on luv^stmeut.s 6,23'J 30 Total Cnsli Assets, $553,133 S3 Moto:—The entire capital, and lesources of the PlhT.Ntx. beiiiix devoted to the busiiu-ysof I^ivf Irisiiriince Exclusively, the Onir-any ..ffi'r- very superior adViintiges to patrons, in jioint of .-..Iv.-iu-y and aliility. INSUR^VJ^tJES SOLICITED, AiT> POLICIES ISSUED AND RENEWED in this leading corporation, at fair rut PS by K. L. 01 MOCK, Resident Agent. !,«=-(•* orciirrinp under Policies if»uf*d by me, for the Phifmx. wfil 1-e ailjiiHtcd and paid at thin agency, in bnnk.ihlf fund-. ap9dtf NATIONAL FLAGS! F OR nil.- hy JI.-Key A l!ni. We keep constantly on hand, and will mannl':u:ttire to order, all sizes of tla-jpi uf the bewt woolen fabrics. iuay4da\vtl McKF.Y 4 BRO. Higrhest market f rice paid fur tlxy S o o <3. feb2Sdawtf Behold I bringyou Glad Tidings of Great Joy. Union Note Paper! G DIFFEIIBNT Slyli-aof Union Edvclopesconstantly on hand, at \s li,,lv:a:df or retail. ina.viMlf O. J. PEA11CORN. Aiiiln-oiyj»e, Photograph FINE ART GALLERY! LAPPIN'S HALL .TANKSVTLLE. WI?. "Wagon Grease, rpIIE h.'«f nrtirie in market. A largo invoice in store. _L 1'rire '2j cents per box.nt JySiltr TAf.LMAN i COLLINS'. A SlH'KllIOi; article of Ijimn Oil. which wear looker than any other kind and will not gnm ma cbiuery. For sale at TALLMAN A'COLUNS'. »ep36dawtf BOOTS AND SHOES 3VE 70E THI jXiXOlNT, Cheap! Cheaper!! Cheapest!!! r AM now receiving my Spring Stock of BOOTS & SHOES. My stock, in .quantity, quality and ntylo cannot be npprnuched by any oth°r w«&£ uf Chicago. Buying as I do, of manufacture m, anil fur c;i*h only, I can salely Defy all Competition. In the depressed condition of the Eastern market, I was enabled to buy at UNHEARD OF LOW PRICES, and will sell at a small advance from flrst con*. MY CCSTOI DEPARTMENT is still under the charge of MR. N E L S O N , with experienced and skilful workmen, and wo are prepared, 3* usual, to turu out upon short notice. DO NOT FORGET THE PLACE, at the Old Stand, nign of the "Hie Boot," Main Street, Janeeville, April IT, ISCl. C. MINER. aplTdawtf WHITEWATER PAPEE MILL, WUITEWATEl-L, ... - WISCONSIN T. H. GANTLET, Proprietor. Manufacturer of and Dealer in NEWS, BOOK A;ND WRAPPING !» ^a. i» u n. s . The highest market price paid for Kaga. oc22Jawtt NOTICE. T 'HE undersigned have formed a Copartnership undur the style and name of Smith & Bostwick, for the transaction of a general mercantile huHiueBd at elm New York Cash Store, where we propose to keep en hand at all tinien.Mn.' largest, cheapewt and most i-xtciisive aMHurtment nf uifrchaudi&e tw be fiiimd in the city. In aduitii-n ti» our regular Pry Uuods Estahh.-'hmL'nt we have taken thent..re lately occupied by S. C. Spaiilding, for our merchant Tailoring and Cloth Department, making two stores in one; where we shall krt-u the best attn;k of Cloths, Ca^iim rrn, Vfstin^s. and Fniuinh- ing Goodt^to he found in thi.t ^tate. And uianuluL-ture all kin.ls of FINE CLOTHING TO ORDER, in the latest and most JoahionaMeslyles. M. C. SMITH. J. Jl. BUST WICK. Jancsvillc, March 1,1S61. marlCduwtl. NEW ESTABLISHMENT ! AAMAN" takerf this method of informing hit . friends that hu had commenced the Diisinenit ol Repairing* all kinds of Watches I E &; in May's building on "\Vest Milwaukee, at., a few dot»^ WEST OF THE POST OFFICE. Having bt-en in the employ of MenprH. AVebb & lee, of this city, for the lai<t four years, hu tlattura himself hu bad nuw such a reputation in hia bu-sim-Ht* ;ia will justify him in a.«kinif tVrr the putronnjj:e uf thuno who have do long known him iu that cstaMLshment Corifl- dent of hia ability to %ivu entire satiMactit-n to tho«» who entrust him with tueir property in his line, of business, ho respectfully asks for the patronage of the public. K. AAMAN. June Cth, l««l. CAR BRUSSELLS, CAKfETS LOWELL CARPETS COTTON CARPETS HEMP A large PETS! CARPETS THUKE PLY CARPETS HARTFOKD CHAIN CARPETS COTTON CARPETS. supply of itll tho O A. -R I* E T S. Having ditipoMil of all tho old utock, I am now prepared to oftuf a larger «t*;''k at 3L.o\ver P* rices than ever before. All are invited to call at aplldawtf . BENNETT'S. T>KCEiVED tiMlay, a fun' lot. entirely new patterns, t\j KcgUIuase-, OubletH. Tumblerw. PreKetve DiKhen, fruit Dishes, Nappies, lliitter Prints, ic., ic. Will b» sold cheap tt W11KKLOCK tf. March 2ith. mar^Sduwtf Tobacco, Cigar and Liquor Store. W E keep constantly on hand A full aswrtment ol Ping, Fine Cut. Chewing, and Smtiking Tnb;icco, Scotch, Mucraboy and Kapiwu Si)nit, ripes, Tnhaco Boxes, etc.; alno, Liiinors, Uroceiii-^ a:nl (lliws Ware all at pria* tu currcspoud with the tiling at the uM stand on 31uin street. aprlOdtf O. P. MKYEK A BROTHER. SPECIAL NOTICE. ~^ F. THOSIfSON luutrerurnvd to.7ane.-»vill.-and fir IJ+ up rooiiitt, in pood styh'. over Curtis' Drug Sti> opposite the Hyatt iiuiife. where lie inti'udii tu of the citizens uf JaiirnvilK- and vicinity in al! style*, an fcood an the bent can be mad^ and a little Cheaper than tlie Cheap<-nt. Pteiue cull and examine specimens and lint ot prices, and Hutitdy yourself hefice pnrch:tdEng ]»icturen. JanesTille, May i3i! t 1S«1. my±idawtf 3STOTICJ3E3. A IJj pornoUH indebted to the lute firm ot S'arcIiJT A E'lyniptjn are required to pay such indebtedness tu Hloan t Patten & Bailey,and nut to pity any other per Km.—Dated Hay 13tb, 1961. HZNET tiCAfiCUf V,

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