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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - October 28, 1882, Stevens Point, Wisconsin mitt Editors and Proprietors VOL 25 interests and the Vindication of Republican Principles STEVENS POINT WIS SATURDAY Annum ETC PHILLIPS PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON at hit on Clark Street WU PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and Residence first door Jobs drug store Wit I HOW ABB M PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Owes to 10 A M t to 3 and T to 8 F M Office nest to Poet Office block Point POINT Machine Shops or STEAM ENGINES OFFICIAL COUNTY PAPER LAWYERS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS la their new brick block Main Point R BARNES ATTORNEY COUNSELOR AT LAW Office In W J atone block cor Third Point W CATE ATTORNEY AT LAW Point WIi In M blook TONES ATTORNEYS COUNSELORS AT LAW In M block Point WU Bay Point Time Point 4 47 P.M making close at New don ltd Green for and Fond dn Lac Milwaukee ft Chicago p fcr by virtue of u close and time to vi i all points in the west and northwest the new short line to all Fox Blver all points north B Bar for sale as Its located depot fool Main Street f Sevens Point for Dere at SECOND-HAND Boilers Engines Constantly on Land and for sale at rcas Paul T CASK General Passenger Agent WHOLE NUMBER A J SMITH ATTORNEY AT LAW promptly Attended to Amherst Wis D Of kindt done promptly and ia a superior manner Also agents for tlie Champion and Mowers Buckeye Reaper and Mower Perry Royce Reaper and Mower I Case Threshers Nicholas Shepard Engines and Threshers C Aultman Co Threshers Minnesota Chief Threshers and other Improved Farm Machinery OFFICE AND Corner of Clark and First Sts Sterens Point Stone on Main Street A BARBER AND Shop on Main street over saloon All work pertaining to art in the artistic manner HMOS Manufacturer of and dealer BOOTS AND SHOES Sewed and Shoes a Re- neatly and promptly executed Shop on TICKET For of ISAAC For State Senator JAMES F WILEY For Member ol Assembly CHARLES A LANE For Register of Deeds JOHN A MURAT For County Clerk JOHN R MCDONALD For County S H SAWYER For Attorney WALTER R BARNES For Circuit Court FRANK B -Ear County Surveyor FRANK HALLIDAY For Coroner MARSHAL w BLANCHARD IF YOU WANT ubM third Stevens Point JOHN A MURAT REGISTER or DEEDS PORTAGE Co Abstracts Carefully made from the Official Records drawn when English Norwegian and Polish in Court POINT WIS J WATCHMAKE AND JEWELER IN MUSICAL OPTICAL SEWING MACHINES FOIST WISCONSIN Paints Oils J 4 SMITH D D 8 SURGEON when desired A Lady in Attendance solicited Or anything in tkat line call at AS A PARTISAN We informed that the statement of the that Judge Park took the stump the late Dr McDill of this when be was running for Con- gress h being denied Nevertheless the statement was correct Judge Park not only spoke ii this city against Dr and the other nominees but he went to Amherst and there made substantially rame speech This was in 1874 and the speech here was made a few evenings after tile late Senator Carpenter had been here and delivered Those who took an interest in politics at that time will remember that Mr Mr Clarkson spoke the same evening In referring to the meeting the NAL of October 1874 commenced his speech by com- paring Republicans to cats or cats to Re- publicans or both He said some would around an old after the windows had been token out and the doors banged in and that was the way some Republicans were doing in regard to their party The tion wui a good one He drew it from its application was to capital with which the Reform party He went through the same twaddle u at tbe on the subject of collecting damages from railroads for loss or injury Most of bis were at a loss to know whether be took them for snch a set of ignoramuses as to swallow such nonsense or he was really one himself It will be remembered tbat in 1874 the Democrats were trying to retain sion of tbe State Government under tbe name of Reformers Afterwards Judge Cate having ed Mr Park was appointed by Gov lor Judge of the Circuit Court and in the spring of 1875 was elected to tbe The Circuit was in politics Republican bnt tbe fact that his cal opponents had laid party feelings aside and elevated him to the high tion did not abate partisan feelings or his zeal for the Democratic party only one year after Le had been elected ly by tbe aid of Republican rotes as before stated we again find him on the Democratic stump working with all his might against tbe Republican nominees This was in 1876 when he made one of tbe most bitter Democratic speeches ever delivered in tbe city This is tbe truth af history This is the kind of a Mr Park before and since his elevation to bench has proved himself to be And it is with this record that bis friends are asking for him a ary and a borne endorsement at tbe hands of the Republicans of Portage County WHOLESALE LUMBEE i BROWN BROS WHOLESALE RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF LUMBER SHINGLES U further that AN ACT to fa the tlon 4 IS of th MOULDINGS PICKETS Yard located between chafee STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN Cars Loaded on track in Yard to Orders from Country Yards Solicited STATE OP October 7th tract under the to day of January ed against said land the same may the time of sale be due thereon Other IB the sale B Attorney General Commissioners of the Public Lands to Advertisement of Forfeited Mortgaged Lands in Portage County A ATTORNEYS AT LAW ALSO LOAN ABSTRACT OFFICE The only Abstract of Title in County Collections a specialty Real Estate bought and sold and money on good security SPECIAL connection with the Ab- we have a list of judgments docketed in the United States District Conrt against parties In this county This Is the only list of these judgments this side of Madison 5 6 Masonic Hall Blook Send f2 83 or fora retail Express off he best in America put up In and strictly pure Suitable for Express light fera to all Chicago Try it once C P Confectioner Chicago PIANOS If want to buy a Piano or Organ Or any Musical go to JOHN SHANNON WHOLESALE WINE AND LIQUOR If you want to bny a Sewing Machine And want 20 different st jles to select from Vie sure and call oa MERCHANT Id BRICK BLOCK tain Stevens Point Wisconsin by mall will receive prompt anr personal attention THIRD STREET MEAT MARKET A WISCONSIN Dealer in all kinds of Fresh and Meats aleo Bologna and Fresh between If yon want to bny or examine a handsome GOLD or SILVER WATCH Or Jewelry of any kind call en If yon want bny a Call on J Iverson Hit stock U his prices low and first-class Remember the place No 410 Main Street CHINESE YEP AH POT Recently from California has opened a Chinos Laundry Dr Phillips on Main street opposite tbe Honse r Work taken In day inapt If there ever were men Park js one of them He wi the old Democratic scow as long as line if her rotten timbers could be kept and even now he it impossible 10 give her up He speech fully illustrated this got through with his cat illustration the speaker read some extracts in regard to the state finances from a Reform election that has been scattered jn all parts of the stale almost as thick as the leaves of the forest He claimed that there bad been a saving last winter iu the expenses but did not tell his hearers about the which the Reformers virtually stole from the State and gave to the editor of He had forgotten that page in last winter's histo- ry He spoke in regard to the ern outrages and prophesied that the day WHS uot far distant when there would be a war of races in the south He even went so far as to light up the southern sky witli the lurid gUre of burning ies Unless the was from the hands of the negroes who a sort of concubinage out family and placed in the hands of the educated and He said the Kellogg government was held in er by Federal the wishes of of the educated and wealthy people of Louisiana etc eta Of at Amherst the ing week a correspondent wrote as The mountain labored aad brought forth a mouse The Reform mass ing that was to have the Re- publican party in Amherst bas come and passed and although there was a large crowd of Republicans present all ready for the they did not annihilate worth a cent Park Lad piece pretty learned and spoke it as well as he was doubt did bis best but it was hard work I think he must have realized Unit he not ia a Reform at- He had bis usual plausible ex- hibit of last winters retrenchments but nothing of he appropriated tbe year before for the Northern Insane Asylum He did not even mention thg Calkins steal of which has been attempted with not the least show of success every session since tow the last Reformer before Taylor was hurled from power by au indignant lace With his usual amount of brass he claimed tlie Potter law as a Reform ure and although be admitted a can majority io the Senate still claimed all that WBS in tbe last legislature as from the reform He re It To Let every Republican who is asked vote the Prohibition ticket this fall stop and consider the effect of bis vote so polled before he determine which course he shall pursue A vote for prohibition this fall means that this question is amount importance to all other tions involving the good government and welfare of the people so far as promoted by legislation It means that prohibition is of more consequence to people than a sound financial policy and the honest and economical administration of public affairs The Prohibition voter is asked to com- mit himself to a greater absurdity than this even He knows that the effect nf bis vote will be to give triumph to the Democratic party which not only has no sympathy with prohibition but which has little or nothing to do in the tion of temperance Certainly the level headed men are few who risk so much to give the prohibition cause his support and with the certainty that in consequence of what support it receives that cause of real temperance will receive material Pod ff Ueo undivided half of NE SE NW SE SW NE and NE NW I SEEDS For the For the MARKET GARDENER For the PRIVATE FAMILY CrOWn by on our own Farms SEEDS constitution of bu posed and agreed to fay majority of tor Sen elected to of the two hou which amendment was ia Resolved by the Assembly ring That section 4 of article 6 ol f e f Section 4 of deeds district and ali other county officers shall be chosen bv the of the respective lu every hold Jid for two years nest succeeding tb of their offices they mac be bv f 1 be tbe Of the Sheriff Will yon exchange a cose of Dys- or agree to break up a Billions give your torpid Liver activity and thus strengthen yoar Digestion energy comfort health and spirits all for A single bottle of will do this A few doses surprise those who try For Biliousness and Dyspepsia in their many forms is a Panacea and warranted to cure them It acts speedily and ly Try a 10 cent sample of Cadman Druggist Illustrated Catalogue and Rural Register FREE TO MERCHANTS SEND US YOUR BUSINESS CARDS FOR UST DAVID GROWERS PHILADELPHIA Mansion House JAMES HAUL Prop DAM GILES Manager Stevens Point Wisconsin This House is conveniently located ia tbe business center of the eity and has sample rooms for Commercial Agents a Good Barn in connection with the House per day Woman's True Friend A friend in need is a friend indeed This is none can deny especially when assistance is rendered when one is sorely afflicted with disease more particularly those complaints and weaknesses so common to our female population Every woman should know that Bitters are woman's true friend and will positively restore her to health even when all remedies fail A single trial always proves onr assertion They are ant to the taste and only cost fifty cents a bottle Sold by all druggists It is said that people die annually in the United States alone from this disease In some sections of the country one death in every three in from Consumption This can be and be avoided our people are too careless abont an ordinary cough or cold and other symptoms of throat and Inns affections that lead to this disease You should arrest it while it is in the germ Two or three doses of Dr Cough and Syrup will relieve an ordinary or cold It dees not dry up a cough like many tions on the market and leave the disease be- bind it bnt acts directly on tbe throat and bronchial tubes removing all phlegm and morbid matter that accumulates in the throat and lungs It allays all irritation and ers the voice clear and distinct Call for free sample bottle Sold by Cadman You can get your repairing done including snch work as Clothes Wringers Baby Carriages Boys Wagons Velocipedes Furniture Iron and Wood Work on all makes of SEWING and their supplies on hand of all descriptions also light turning of iron and brass I keep nearly all sizes of machine screws such as flat oval and square heads and sizes of thumb screws and either steel iron or Wooden screws for Hand clamps and each purposes In fact done except mending watches clocks or jewelry All kinds of turned from ume Pennsylvania hickory and don't yon It ELLENWOOD on South Side CURRAN HOUSE Stevens Point H J D CURRAN Proprietors HOUSE is convenient to ail ine principal business houses in the city to and from all trains Good sample moms far the accommodation of Sheriff's Notice of General Election Notice is hereby Driven that at the General election to be held in the several towns wards villages and election precincts in the state of Wisconsin on Tuesday succeeding the first Monday being the Seventh day of November next the following officers are to be elected A Representative in Congress for the Ninth Congressional District the ties of Ashland Chippewa Door Langlade Lincoln Marathon Marinette Oconto frice Portage Taylor and Wood A State Senator in the Ninth Senate dis- consisting of the counties of Green Lake Portage and Waushara A member of Assembly in each Assembly District and such county officers as are by law required to be at said election Notice is also given that at general election s proposed amendment to the constitution of the State is to be submitted to the people in of chap ter 272 of the laws of which chapter reads as CHAPTER 272 tion to such n cony of the charges against and an o beard in bis delete All LUi be ailed by appointment and the perso appoint ed to fill a vacancy shall hold the pued portion of the to which he shall be hls if elected and qualified That 12 article 7 of said Hn to toon U la euh prized or judicial hereof who shall h removal as of the Conrt e TOW point a clerk until the vacancy shalb h- Sr the clerk thus el shall give as the Legislature ma Court shall appoint la clerk of the Court may be appointed clerk of tne Court That of article said be so amended as to read as Section political yoar for the stAte of Wisconsin all commence on the first Monday iu In each and the general shall be Tuesday succeeding the first in November The Sm general election for an state ana county officers except officers after the adoption of this shaH holden In year A D 1884 and the eral election shall be held biennially 111 county or other officers elected at the the year 1881 and whose term of would otherwise expire on the of January m the year shall bold and n offices respectively until the first Monday in in the year 1885 and the foregoing Proposed amendment o the constitution State of Wisconsin inly ratified and agreed to bv the Legislature of jud State for the year 1882 by a majority he elected to each house thereof State i ui tae benate and Assembly do enact as I The foregoing proposed ments to the constitution of the State of in shall be submitted to the people of this state t a general election to be held on the Tuesday ext the first Monday in November 882 and u the people shall approve and he said amendments by a majority of the voting thereon said amendments shall be- come a pan of the constitution of this State Section 2 The form of the ballots for to approve and ratify said amendments be- Fo amendment to article 8 of tbe con- For amendment to section 12 article 7 of the constitution For to section 1 article 18 of the constitution And the jorm of the ballot against said ments Against amendment to section 4 article 6 of the constitution amendment to section 12 article 7 of the constitution Against amendment to section 1 article 13 of the constitution shall be separate and apart from tnr otter ballot and shall be cast in separate to be provided for that purpose and all qualified to vote at any election in this state shall be deemed voters on this question SECTIONS The votes cast for or against said amendment shall be counted and returned bv the inspectors of the election in all respects cs votes for are counted and returned and the officers in counties now designated to vass the returns of votes for officers shall canvass the returns in the respective counties on this question and certify and return the result to the state canvassers at the same time and places and under the same regulations and restrictions for aad Mechanics Thousands of dollars can be saved by using proper judgment in taking care of the family If you are Bilious have complexion poor appetite low and depressed spirits and generally ed do not delay a moment bnt go at once and procure a bottle of those wonderful tric Bitters which never fail to cure nnd that for the trifling sum of by all druggist A one dozen to any one sending the best rour line rhyme on the remarkable little gem for the Teeth and Breath Ask your druggist for address Sold try John Cadman viewed at the address of the Ro- publican Central committee on commerce and really the poor fellow did not seem lo have tbe least idea of tbe meaning of tlie word but seeme 3 befogged with tbe idea tbat if ress attempted to regulate the charges of tbe lines of roads they mast on all the railroads telegraphs in the country aid immediately convert them in- To men THE VOLTAIC BELT Mich will send DR DIE'S CELEBRATED ELECTRO- VOLTAIC BELTS AND ELECTRIC APPLIANCES on trial for thirty days to men young or old who are afflicted with Nervous Debility Lost Vitality and Manhood and kindred troubles guaranteeing and complete tion of health and manly vigor Address as above N B risk is incurred aa thirty days trial is allowed Free of Coot AU persons wishing to test tho merits of a great one tbat will positively cure Consumption Coughs Colds Asthma chitis or any affection at Throat and are requested to call at John man's Store end get a Trial Bottle of Dr T F Fuller South Side Grocer Keeps constantly on baud a full stock of Choice Fancy Groceries Aud makes a specialty of TEAS COFFEES SUGARS CANNED A complete stock of and Glassware Full and Square my Motto Dealing is Cash paid for country produce Don't tho Side next door to R Meat MarkH T c FULLER LUMBERMEN ATTENTION 1 have for sale a number of yoke of King's New for Consumption free I ff which will show you what a bottle will do Arnica Salve Tbe BEST In world for Sores Salt Rheum Tetter Hands Corns and all of Skin Eruptions This Salve it guaranteed to give perfect In every cue or per For WORKING OXEN Suitable for the be sold at for cash Call at the residence of the undersigned on tbe Side or address G E E VAISS Stevens Point Win AN ACT to submit to the people an amendment of section 1 of article 3 of the constitution of this state The people of the State of Wisconsin represented in Senate and Assembly do enact as Whereas at the annual session of the Legislature of this State for the year an amendment to the con- of this state was proposed and agreed to by a majority pf the members elected to each of the two houses which amendment was in the following guage Resolved by the Assembly the Senate concurring That section J of of the constitution of this amended by inserting after the word tion where the same in the third line of said section the words and in the election district where he offers to such time as may be prescribed by the Legislature not exceeding thirty days and by adding at the end of said section the words and vided further that in incorporated cities and villages the Legislature may provide for the registration of electors and prescribe proper rules and regulations therefor so that said section when amended shall read as Section 1 Every male person of the age of twenty-one or belonging to either of the following classes who shall have resided in the state for One year next proceeding any election and in the ejection district where he to vote such be prescribed by the Legislature not ex- thirty days shall be deemed a qualified tor at such election 1 of the United States 2 Persons of foreign birth who shall have ed their intention to become citizens conformably to the laws of the United States on the subject of 3 Persons of Indian blood who have once been de- clared by law of congress to be citizens of the United Sutes any subsequent law of congress to the contrary notwithstanding 4 Civilized persons of Indian descent not bers of any tribe provided that the legislature may a any time extend by law the right of suffrage to not herein enumerated but no such law shall be in force until the same shall have been submitted to a vote of the people at a general election and approved by a majority of all the votes cast at such election and provided further that in incorporated cities and ages the legislature may provide for the registration of electors and prescribe proper rules and regulations therefor foregoing proposed ment fo the of this Suite was dily ratified nnd agreed lo by the legislature of this State for the year 1882 by a majority of sil to ench honge SECTION 1 The foregoing proposed ment to the of this shall be to the people at a election to be held on Tuesday the first Monday of November 1882 aud if the people shall approve and ratify the said amendment by a majority of the electors voting thereon said amendment shall become a part of the constitution of this state SECTION i The form of the ballot iu lo approve and snid amendment shall For the amendment section 1 of article of the And the form of the ballots said amendment shall Against the amendment to section of 8 or the con- They shall on separate ballots said ballots shall be cast In boxes to he provided for that purpose and all persons to vote nt election in this giato shall be deemed on this question SECTION A The votes cast for or against said amendment shall he counted and ny the inspectors of the election in all as votes for are and the iu by law to tho returns of for state of- shall tho in their respec live counties oa tbU awl certify and the to the at the name time and places and nuder the name ations and restrictions new provided by law for declaring the for elections of State Officers nnd toe canvassers canvass wild certified to them as aw lu Case of for state 4 Within three days after the of paid the state they shall certify Ihp result thereof to the Governor thereupon without anno of the result 5 The Secretary of State is try required to act la the notice of election for the 6 act shall effect U ip force from and alter aad lion ed r now provided by law for canvassing and declaring the returns for elections of state officers and the state canvassers ehall canvass said returns to them as provided by law in case of tions for state officers SECTION 4 Within three days after the of eaid canvass by the state canvassers they shall certify the result thereof to the or who shall thereupon without delay make proclamation of the result SECTION 5 The Secretary of State is hereby requited to include the substance of this act in the notice of the general election for the year 1883 SECTION 6 This act shall take effect and be ia force from and after its passage and publication Approved March ERNST G Secretary of State STATE OF WISCONSIN I Portage County Pursuant to the foregoing and annexed no- to me directed and I hereby give notice that an election will be held in tbe several towns wards and election precincts of the county of on tlie Tuesday next ing the first Monday being the seventh day No- A 1882 for the election of tie ing named officers and for the set forth in the foregoing and annexed A in Congress for the ninth lonai comprising tbe counties of land Chippewa Door Florence Langlade coln Marathon Marinette Price age Shawano Taylor and Wood A Senator in the ninth Senate district con- sisting oi the counties of Green Lake Portage and Waushara And in the several towns wards and election precincts in County on the day said for the election of County officers and for the purposes in the foregoing and A t in the place of John R McDonald term of office will expire on the first Monday of A D 1883 A Clerk of tbe Court in place of A F Wyatt whose term of of- will on the Erst A u Vre A County Treasurer fu the place of S U bawyer whose term of office will expire mi the first of January A D A Dis- Attorney in place of W H Packard term of will expire on the first Monday of January A D A County in plane of Hoag whose of expire on the Monday of January A D 1883 A in of Henry whose term of office wilf expire on the day of January A D A Krister of in place of John A Murat whose term of office expires on the fint day of January A D And in the several and election precincts In Portage on the day aforesaid an election will be held on the amendment to section one of article three to section lour o article sU to section twelve of article seven aud to section one of article thirteen ot the of the state of sin amendments to be submitted aro more particularly specified and get forth in and annexed notice of tbe Secretary or Mate which is hereby made a pan of this mr notice Dated at the Sheriff's Office of roint Portage County this dav of August A B 1883 Sheriff Portage Co ALLEN 0 PACKARD of Wooden Pumps And la of Farce nn Iron Also for TURBINE WIND will do vrt IM fore Stop on Main street W W Mitchell A i If u
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