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Oshkosh Daily Northwestern (Newspaper) - November 7, 1898, Oshkosh, Wisconsin 7. 1990. i H v NOV. 7, 3 Minnie Crowell of New London in her 192 has returned from she has with her daughter for the past two THE LAY OF THE of the fullness of his heart these lines arc dedicated to the board ol public works by the Nov. 4 They fixed up Pleasant Avenue till It all looks mighty They macadamized Rosalia street so one could never tell That it once had been a mud and do a to West They slicked up all at Pearl street from Algoma street clear They made the whole of street a of And then they made a boulevard of Newr But they didn't do a thing to West First they tore up nil the Then they rested a Era they tapped the pipes and ditches the gas and Then they scattered consternation and soft mud from They didn't do a to West Now the people all are starving for no meat the butcher The farmers have to come to town In ships and such And I hear they've let the job to furnish fins or wings For the folks who have to BO through West You may think you're safe for but accept a friendly You'd better grab your halo with a ty steady For the naughty little cuss words will be very apt tp slip If try to wade through West The condition of the enough to drive a man to another foot of water would com- the I rd suggest that Downs and Maxcy better make a skating rink TOt the of West Who T rough It LIST OF and Who Will Be Polls The Republican and Democratic lengers who will officiate at the voting places in this city have been named by the Republican 1 and Democratic county The Republican list First F. Second E. O. H. Third William Charles Fifth E. Sixth man Seventh F. Martin Eighth Walter Henry R. G. Eleventh P. man Twelfth Clark Thirteenth Albert Kleinfelt is the list of the First Warren 1 Second E. B. J. Third Richard Fourth J. A. Fifth M. liam Sixth George E. H. Eighth Ninth M. Tenth Eleventh Twelfth Frank Thirteenth Albert is related that a Logan county roan had lunch at one of the restaurants the and as he approached the cashier's desk to pay for it the woman in charge don't what It waiter will give you a check for hope he re- marked the Logan county as he noted how much change patron received back out ol a 55 31 doesn't I don't believe I have enough cash with me to pay for Denver it cot cheap Malt made 5 for temporary It has been S before she public for wid grown in favor as a food and s mild recommended by S fearing physicians throughout the At All Drugstores TT I At STATE BANKING LAW SHOULD NOT BE FORGOTTEN Without Single 1'lio.r an an Their On next Tuesday when the voters of Oshkosh and county to the polls they will be handed two blank one containing the nominees of the various political and the other a ballot which the voters are to use In for or against the re- vised banking law of Wisconsin as enacted by the legislature of 1897. In The Northwestern of Nov. 2, was a very excellent synopsis of the law which cornes before the people Tuesday for their A constitutional ly a long one as the banking law is. which will be voted on this coming is read and understood by but a few of our and therefore ed attention called to it will not Tlie against bankers Is so strong in some minds that because the law was prepared by bankers is ficient ground that it should not The bankers are most directly inter- ested in having a strict banking One under bank will be the least possible to One so guarded that not every Dick or without can organize a bank under It. which sets safe rules and limitations to do business and which makes it a criminal offense for any one violating its The present old banking law was in 1853, mainly with the issuing of cat and is all out of THE NEW The new law is patterned after the national banking law and of which the following are the most salient It provides the duties and power of a bank shall be power and etc. no bank can commence ness before commissioner has ex- it and finds its capital paid in and all required stockholders are liable to be equal to their stock paid in. when the capital stock is im- paired the commissioner shall require stockholders to pay In such the commissioner shall ine a bank at least once a year and oftener if each bank shall at least make reports a year to be in the place the bank is each bank shall keep on hand at least fifteen per cent of its in reserve cities twenty-five per cent- no loan shall be made to any one person or corporation exceeding fifteen per cent of the capital and plus of the but may by two-thirds vote of its directors be Increased to twenty-five per cent. no loan shall be made to of- or employes of a bank by a majority vote of the di- all votes or debts due to a bank on which Interest is twelve months well shall be charged off as bad bank shares shall be sessed and taxed at the same ratio as other for violation of any provision of the law stringent ties are provided These are the most important tures of the and will tend to greatly safeguard our banking and prevent No one dreads bank failures more than the and therefore out of pure he strives to have strict laws enacted which will make failures which at the same time will be a to the whole especially to the de- OSHKOSH BANKERS of county may base their estimates of the worth of the law somewhat on the expressions of opinions secured by a Northwestern re- porter from the leading bankers of the Four simple questions were pounded one it a good law from the point Crf the it a good law from the standpoint of the you advise the people to vote in favor of is the most desirable feature contained in the in your CASHIER Here is the way the reporter and Cashier Herman Kilers of the south side Exchange exchanged tions and it a good law from the standpoint of ihc 1 think the law wiJl more fully the people's It is very and will the It 3s very and will keep tho money ia the right Ii a Rood Jaw from the standpoint ol Ihc my the law will be of great lo the bankers as it restricts them considerably in II the hawks safer from the fact that the bankers must handJe the ey with care up 3t away wilh sjw and you advise the to vote in favor of H is a just law I ily in favor of HELPED President C. W. Davis of Use American bank 3s fied to of Jhe provisions of the new 3aw he assisted in framing It when he was 3n the senate in A Northwestern reporter met Mr. Davis in the street car the and pounded to him tie revised slate banking law a one from the standpoint of Jhc consider It a very Jaw from the of people it prevents banks loaning to stockholders on bank prohibits banks absorbing own capital and because it prohibits banks loaning any money to their of- a resolution to that fect signed by tbe directors of the do of the law from UK UM was the next Interrogation of the newspaper Mr. Davis answered be- lieve It Is a Kood law for the bank that wants to do a It 10 for wild cat you advise the people to vote In favor of For If more votes are tered in favor of It against it It will go on the statute otherwise is the most desirable feature In the hardly Perhaps the clause providing for the paying In of fifty per cent of the capital stock on the sation of state banks and the ing- per cent in monthly tea per cent CASHIER To the the revised ing law a one from the standpoint of the Cashier Charles of the National bank of Oshkosh plied with a Is it from the standpoint of the was the next query of the re- is all right for a bank that desires to clo a legitimate you advise the people to vote for certainly as It is a very good law for the people of the Which clause do you regard as the most desirable in the new entire law appeals to me be- cause the greater part of it is taken most literally from the national ing law which has been proved a very meritorious law during the past thirty PRESIDENT S. M. Stepping from the office of the cashier to the sanctum of S. M. the newspaper man reiterated the ies propounded To the first query whether or not it is a good law from the Mr. Hay seems to me that it is. The old banking law is a back They have been starting these private banks in various parts of the state with no one in control under the old is the law from the standpoint of the think it is a good one because it will make banks so much have to send drafts all over the We do not know whether or not the bank to which they are sent will be in existence when the draft reaches you think it advisable for the people to vote for the revised think it is for the interest of the people to vote for it regardless of do you regard as the most de- sirable clause In the new Is in the absolute control of the state banks by the state that appeals to PRESIDENT J. H. The president of the German National J. Howard Jenkins to the it a good law from the point of the Anything that protects banks and puts them under stricter ness on the part of the state is of course beneficial to the from the standpoint of the don't see how the state banks are hurt by it. It simply puts them under a code of rules similar to those followed by national you advise the to vote in favor of the for I think bulk of It is an advance and improvement along the whole line of state clause appeals to you as the most desirable feature in should say the reserve clause be- cause It compels banks to be strong enough to stand any ordinary demand of its also because it pre- vents a bank from lending too large a proportion of its PRESIDENT G. W. G. president of the cial bank to the interrogation of the newspaperman as to whether the re- vised law was a good one from the sandpoint of the it affords additional security for the do you regard the law from the standpoint of the There are the new law that conform to national banking law in regard to loans which I think are entirely proper and should be you advise the people to vote for particular feature appeals to you as the most desirable in the new don't know as I would care to designate any special as a whole I think it good amendment to the state banking CASHIER The last person to express an ion on the new banking to the re- porter was Thomas cashier of the Commercial To the it a good law from the standpoint of the Mr. Daly most excellent furnishes them a protection they haven't got at the present do you the law from the standpoint of the depends on the kind of A conservative bank can find no objection to you advise the people to vote for the of the is 13Jt- most desirable feature in your in revised liability which the stockholders of shall be and not one for Ihe benefit of Ihe depositors in said to the of stock at Ihc par in addition to amount in as guardians or as shall 1.: as Jhc or in Jhe trust shall lo Hie us the in fund would ho if or to act and stork 1- r and this Such continue for sixty clays any transfer of WI W J. H. intensely from a running swoon my caused by a wound received in the was treated by a number of and took many blood without the slightest S. S 8. was and the first bottle produced a The was forced and the sore healed up is the best blood dy because it cures the worst is guaranteed purely and com- eliminates every trace of Valuable books free Swift Specific Ga. A Delicious Piece of Pie You can enjoy when your pastry is made from our superior Marvel and our fine preserved in either glass or mincemeat and For cooking and baking of all kinds the housekeeper will find our pure and high grade food products unsurpassed for quality and general Oysters fresh daily from the coast at 22 and 25c per fresh baked crackers 4 for 25c- E. DONNELLY St. Cor Light Avail yourselves of the low prices that Cook Brown are offering on your winter's coal uow and save Best coal at lowest Brown Wintar is coming aud if you want Clothes dyed and repaired call at The Palace Steam Dye 39 St gold Oust Washing Powder cleaning Largest package the grocer for it FOR THE Daily ATTORNEYS AT W TS Attorney 100 Main st Wilde Attorneys at National Bank Earl f Attorney at rocm 6. Old Settlers Main TeL Cary at P W Attorney and 10. Phillips Hicks Attorneys and Cook corner Main anJ Suite 2. Attorney and Keilly and 142 Accident H. It. Secre Expert than any always At K. A. Adam had c her own for arc or for jrood for s 31 the Eaby Is Be sors aid use oM aod Mrs. Winslow's for Children It soothes allays all cures wiad colic ana la lire remedy a C 1'lans all classes of Webster block W. H. A. 3tt. M. U. S. GoV: ansl Koine Goods fresh E Jo be cJa C R aM Work 79 College vf short Commercial W. W. Seat Business 6ard Directory BANK TO Robert He Bank and it and Money loan at real estate and loan office of ft S Otter BOOK Allen Weiduer Print and blank book 20 to 22 Tel. H Bridge Son Pianos and Musical Established 1872. 192 Main Oshkosh Music KOOM Dealers in and musical S General musical and organs to All music halt BOOKS J M etc. School book 153 CARRIAGE Henry E D Dealer in fine J. L. Clark's roods a 3 to 5 Chas Instructor on in Lockwood Bauer's orchestra 189 Harriett L Violin soloist and 98 High Julius C ana liit true Boat CANDY AMD ICE CREAM John ice cream and candles are for purity and Made 179 CARRIAGE J Clark Carriage Works road etc. 619 Prof A Eyes tested Careful fitting and satisfaction At drug store every 363 New York CISTERN M M Sons Manufacturers of cigar etc. 24 East Loan 173 Main St. Money leaned on all goods of pledges lor Co Manufacturers of working men's 67 first door south of J Geo Estimates given on plumbing and gas fitting jobbing a to 83 State opposite Pally Northwestern J Practical plumbing and gas Jobbing promptly attended No. corner O A Plumbing and gas fitting a 116 CROCKERY AND J P W Dealer In French crockery and 115 Hawthorne's tinware end kitchen 61 J F Prescription Toilet etc. AD Arion Piano 222 Orders toft Wilson's E Practical tuner of First class work Leave orders at Wilson's store or 22 Pleasant DUMPING Home Co may be dumped north of foot of Irving AND FIRE Dr E. P 33 Tel. 316. Massage a Dr Bertha over 169 residence 474 Hours 8 to a. to 4 1 to 8 D. m. Tel. West ft Nevitt Co Fire National bank B Fire and Accident 106 Main DB Kodak developing and printing jtc D. B. 1S5 Main All kinds of amateur Cameras to rent T Leading 49 and SI AP Fine work at low prices Is Our 59 Main O oil cloth and SO to SZ E P Furs made to altered and repaired at lowest 15 GUNS AND Wm and rubber Opena House Two telephones 182. Globe Co a Gun and FW House fishing and raw K to M PAINTS AND You can and gave money by us Do those you? Now Gold 6.0U Superior Fillings a leading specialty at prices very Teeth extracted absolutely without imm or danger Dr. J. W. Kleeber Successor to I Home Made Bread and fesL HAVE YOU SEEN THE LINE LATEST NOVELTIES AT tit St. BAIVI I llM Oi the Chicago Northwestern Frank i Dealers in Paints and 23 Telephone 272. HARNESS James T of and dealer In flue Full line of whips and wrt 78 Hotel G. W. HOUSE MOVING ft Steves Bouse moving and No. 317 113 West Lincoln IRON BOILER JA brass pipe Reliance Boiler Works E. R. Of smoke tanks and nil iron Jackson and Pelton's Blue Front 151 Alain A 2S cents REAL T Real etc. A x Real Property bought and Room 4. SECOND SS Oregon south Second-hand stoves and ture sold and SHOES AND HC aad DOORS AID Coulee Co etc. 43 Union Boiler Works K. CT watch and Only place in the that are 2aayer, Oeo JT 1 Oshkosh Steam Practical 53 and M 358. Palace Steam O. HW Surveyor in la of German-American baric Ua Stopper and 57 231; 3C 38 AC office corner High IN Goo C D 27 1-DKarAr.ee Co. A O flt soms 31 01. to 32 S lo 4 arid 7 to S r. corner 2ES. WALL Harmon S Wall painting and WHOLESALE James Co Boston Store Bargains millinery at the Boston Main Miss Ryan j Fine millinery at Miss Ryan's I SIS Wisconsin Hals j and trimmings i books 32 WOOD AND 3 X fc Co tn mil WISCONSIN Oshkosh 13 30 am to 10 piE tlO 46 15 am 05 pm Milwaukee and Fond 33 am 4fl am j Jefferson and iw pm W Am tlO 33 am 15 10 pin 10 pm 45 Ripen and 30 am 33 am 13 ata 30 am 15 48 am DePere 33 30 pm 13 am and 40 atn 33 15 I Ishpeming arid Lake 1 Superior points 45 am 13 am 30 pm 05 and Ashland except All trains north leave South fiva minutes earlier and going south later than the A Chicago Sleeper stands on the track at depot the evening in which berths can be taken anr time from p.m. arriving in Chicago m. ASHLAND Between Oshkosh and Sha and tonville and S Leave Arrive 700am 530pm 725pm 1159am All daily The 7-00 a. m. tram makes connection at New Junction for points on the G. w. The 5-30 p. m. train makes connection at Junction with the G. St. Paul for points as far west as Grand D B. Wis. V. B. Gen. and Ticket HL Wisconsin Central Line Trains Leave Oshkosh M. Fond du Lac and Neenah and 3 Stevens r J tra Falls and Eau 1 St. f I Ashland and Iron Town's tErcept All trains north Sooth Oshkosh Ove minutes earlier and south bound nre ntes later thun above Parlor buffet cars attached to day Sleeping cars attached Close connections at Chicago with all eastern and southern aad transferred without extra expense on through C. A. E. M. local Milwaukee St. Between Oshkosh Jja St. Oshkosh OP 3T3J 340pm! ions at for Wisconsin's Resources and Us weans to develop 35isJi3w5 iron ore deposits of Iron provide lor the ol Furnaces aad iron wood limber In treat attracts and quality is a fine stronc s test for of arc alons Jinc of Wisconsin ai d any wbo ta is We De- sire with every one who wints a location with for iniz markets W. H. C. Industrial M. F.
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