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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - December 17, 1892, Stevens Point, Wisconsin Editors and Proprietors VOL 29 Devoted to the interests of Wisconsin and the Vindication of Republican Principles STEVENS POINT WIS SATURDAY DECEMBER 17 1892 PATE JONES ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT LAW Corner of Clark and Strongs avenue STEVENS POINT WIS A J ATTORNEY AT LAW promptly to Wit ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections promptly attended to German Spoken block near Public Square STEVENS FOIST WISCONSIN ow ft PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Often M Cluk Street ralat G PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON and Residence Srst door art of Cai itere Point WU Jk PHYSICIANS ASD SURGEONS Teltfkait e at read nua Office over Park's new Dr Gregory 8 on K Second street opposite Engine House 1 Dr Trimble's residence corner of Clark and Division Streets STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN HOMOEOPATHIC ABD SURGEON A m ia old PODST ID A SOUTH WICK OT D PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office and residence corner Church and sion Streets Stevens Point Wisconsin Telephone No 32 D R CASIO VON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgical Operations et Sp Office over post office telephone No 81 Besi dence on Church St opposite conrt house tele- phone No 68 p F PHYSICIAN SURGEON on street opposite Catholic Church POINT WIS T J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYE AND EAR A SPECIALTY Office at residence of Dr Phillips on treat FIRST NATIONAL BANK Stereos Point Wis 000 E President A H WEEK Vice Pres W B BUCKINGHAM Cashier J W Assistant Cashier attention given to all business en- trusted to our care Collections made on all cessible points Of Point to H D Bankar ISM SURPLUS H D BUBB Cashier Particular Attention ia to salt of la BOOTS AND SHOES Point J WATCHMAKER AHD JEWELER DB W OPTICAL MACHINES done ud is a manner POINT WISCONSIN Bridge Work in Gold a Specialty office over First National Bank STEVENS POINT D- CONOVER F Architects Superintendants Pioneer Block Madison Wis First Nat Bank Bldg Ashland Wis Mr will be in the city every month the year Address at Madison Wis R CO REAL ESTATE AGENTS Farming Lands Pine Lands and City Property Bought and Sold Rent houses examine titles and ell property on commission Opposite Stevens Point Wis Leader of Amphion Band and Orchestra Teacher of Piano Organ Guitar Banjo and all brass instruments Organ tuning and repairing a specialty Leave at Pharmacy Music for balls parties etc M US P BE INSTRUCTOR OX THE PIANO AND ORGAN Twenty years experience Best of references eiven Special taken with young on street No 440 POINT WIS OFFICIAL Of the Board of Supervisors o Portage County Wis FRIDAY November 18th 1892 o'clock A M The board of supervisors met pur suant to and was called to order by his honor the chairman The clerk called the roll all the mem bers present Minutes of last meeting read ant approved Petition from the town of Lanark To the chairman and board ol supervisors of the county of Portage Your petitioner respectfully sents that as the town of Lanark has numerous bridges to maintain and a rough hilly and stony country over which to build roads requiring large annual expenditure of money that during the past year the said town has levied and expended the sum of three hundred dollars over and above the usual highway labor tax wnich carefully and honestly plied has failed to place our roads in a safe and fore your petitioner respectfully ask that the sum of three hundred dollars be appropriated by this board to aid said town of Lanark in the repair and construction of the roads and bridges in said town Signed THOS MORGAN Chairman Supervisors Town of Lanark Portage County I hereby certify that at the last annual town meeting the fied electors of the town of Lanark voted to raise three hundred dollars to be expended on roads and bridges of said town which amount has been duly expended Nov A MCGREGOR Town Clerk by chairman to the com- on roads and bridges Petition from the Grant To the Honorable County Board of Portage county the last annual town meeting of the town of Grant it was voted by the electors there assembled that the bridges one across a branch of Duck Creek and one across the Seven Mile Creek both located on the county line between Wood and Portage ties and one across a branch of Buena Vista Creek located on the section line between sections 29 and 30 town 22 range 7 east be rebuilt and it be- ing estimated that the cost to build said bridges will be or more than one-half of one per centum of the equalized valuation of said town the sum of was therefore voted to defray one-half of the said cost and we the undersigned supervisors of the town of Grant hereby fully petition your honorable body for an appropriation of the other half Signed WM Supervisors of the town of Grant Town of Grant County of I C W town clerk of said town do hereby certify that the amount voted to be raised as stated in the above is true and correct C W RICKMAN Town Clerk by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges Schedule of tax certificates by A M Nelson for cancellation read by the clerk and referred by the man to the committee on illegal and sales H W Lee district attorney after a few preliminary remarks read his annual report also the decision of the Supreme Court in the suit of shara county vs Portage county Moved by Supervisor Webster and seconded that the report be accepted and placed on file Motion prevailed Keport of Chas A Lane county clerk read by the clerk and referred by the chairman to the committee on settlement with county officers To the honorable chairman and members of the county board of supervisors of county consin annual re- port of the receipts and ments of the county clerk's office for the fiscal year commencing ber 1st 1891 and ending October 1893 is respectfully submitted as CHAS A LAKE County Clerk Noy redemption money on 814 20 Nov received on redemptions to date 09 Total redemption fund for the 3.433 29 Paid on Balance of snid SOj 07 Paid county treas redemption pursuant to Chap 220 Oen laws of 1880 as Dec per voucher No 112 19 Oct 31 ISte per voucher No 53 87 06 Total balance of on hand Nov Received fees on redemption to Kov 1 Received fees oc tax deeds to Nov 1st 1892 Total received for fees Paid foes to conmy treas as per as Jan No 141 40 39 Apr receipt No 188 34 42 receipt No 110 86 76 Oct 191 40 85 Oct 197 5 11 8674 01 134 35 ra is 53 Paid to balance 55 I also present herewith an itemized statement of expenditures from the purchase fund as your purchasing agent in compliance with a tion of the county board Nov 13 1891 PARENTS Xor 2.1891 paid 1 il tof one set 4 table 1 00 13 feet 45 Cartage 21 hours work 630 Tetal 850 Jan 2 Telegram to N W Co on receipt of bonds 46 Jan 18 St Pt Co 2 arc lights H month SC 50 35 Incandescent 91 10 41 Jan 25 Stephen Doane glazing In 80 Jan 29 John Morns Co 2 best legal cap M 0 to remit paid Register to record Co deed 75 Mar 26 pd B road list town 23 47 Ap 6 prt Kd blanks for assessors 86 Tn 0 to remit 8 cents 608 Apr 11 St Pt Lighting Co 2 arc lights for January March 39 descent for February Mar 48 15 Apr 20 J A srosa blanks for Co conrt etc Sentinel Co 188 Apr 22 Krembs Bros four pair handcuffs 1600 May 7 J cleaning 6 chimneys stove pipes in offices etc 600 May 24 F I 6 bores of lime for washing closets 6 June 25 ducking for mop for janitor 85 July 15 St Pt Lighting Co i arc lights April Ma and Jane incandescent April May and June 1 July tablets of O H Bigelow 1 Aug 25 two robber hand stamps Ate 3 05 5 and 6 A V Fetter labor on water pipes at conrt 80 July 5 and 6 two solder 40 cents -2 Ibs old lead 16 cents 56 July 5 and 6 one pound oakum 15 cts 2 candles 5 cents 20 fij 5 and sis pounds lead pipe 60 cents gasoline 15 cents 75 July 5 and 6 one-half doz washers 15 centa 4 closet screws 5 cents 20 5 and 6 braes ferrule 50 22 three pipe 30 22 two Ibs solder 44 22 yt gallon gasoline 10 1285 31 Gross Jacobs 20 Ibs wire nails to repair sidewalk 6 Sept 9 John Morris Co 12 qts writing fluid M 0 to remit 8 etc 5 Apr 22 eighteen extra road warrants for towns from H and postage 1 79 Apr four doz insane for Judge from and postage 1 91 steel pens and postage from H 68 30 St Pt Lighting Co 2 arc lights J nly and September lights July and 25 Oct 18 Walter Frazer abstracts for county treasurer 400 Nor 5 John Shippy conveying general election ballots to tewn of Stevens Point Sov 5 John general election bal lots to town of Sharon Noy 5 E tion ballots to town of Nov 5 A J conveying general election ballots to town of New Nov 5 Chas conveying al election ballots to town of Al ban 150 1 00 1 50 1 00 200 Nov 5 W H Potts conveying general Uou ballots to Plover Buena Vista ark Belmont 500 PAID 4 SIMONS Feb 29 200 sheet blanks record cate for county judge 2 50 personal property blanks for assessors 2500 400 H sheet blanks 2 forms for assessors 10 00 Mar 5 publishing Judicial Election notice State 396 Mar 29 Judicial election ballots 16 75 Apr 2 county clerk's notice of Judicial tion and information to voters 5 58 Apr 16 Ireas tax sale 1383 descriptions 23 cents Slay 25 envelopes for Co Judge 3 50 June 4 250 No 5 and 250 So envelopes for Dist Attorney Sept 6 500 note heads for county 2 50 Sept 6 500 letter beads for counry 3 00 Sept 6 500 6 inch envelopes for Co clerk 2 00 Sept 6 inch envelopes for Co clerk 2 75 Sept tax deed blanks for Cov clerk 9 00 B 1891 Mar 7 notice calling jury 1 folio 7 weeks 2 68 June 10 inch envelopes for Register 4 50 Sept letter heads for Treasurer 5 50 sept note beads for Treasurer 3 50 Sept 3 notice calling jury 2 3 weeks 2 56 notice of bond sale 1 3 weeks 3 96 Nov 5.200 judgment blanks sheet of sale for clerk of 500 Dec 28 letter heads for clerk circuit court 550 1892 fan jury notice 1 folio 4 weeks 1 63 Teb 10 inch envelopes for register 4 50 book 200 doable receipts Co Treas 3 25 10 inch envelopes Co 4 75 Mar 16 publish judicial election notice Sect of State 3 weeks 395 ilar 23 publish county clerk's election no- tice with information to voters 5 58 Apr letter heads for sheriff 5 50 Apr 13 500 affidavits for witnesses lor clerk of circuit court 375 Apr receipts for tax certificates sold for county treasurer 625 Apr 20 blank tax certificates book form for county 35 Apr 28 200 certificates of clerk of circuit conrt of officers qualified to act 2 00 PAID C 1892 Har 18 publish notice of judicial election of Sect of State lUar 25 Co clerk notice With information to voters 558 Total PALO H D CO 1892 tar reams of legal cap 6 00 iar 1 Fools cap 60 Marl gross No 2 lead pencils l 75 Marl 1 doz pen holders 25 tar 1 3 bottles red 75 box Spencerian pens Mo 1 90 gum arable 50 8 Ib Manilla wrapping paper 75 tar drafting paper 10 lar 28.3 i nk stands for court room 75 lar box robber bands 25 ct 31.2 boxes rubber bands 50 ct 31 4 boxes paper 100 let 01 2 doz lead pencils 70 Oct Ibs Manilla wrapping paper I 80 Oct ream legal cap 200 Oct box Spencerian pens 75 HA Chas E OO A J Skoglan 2 Williams 3 Johanna Alen 8 Julius 10 Nick 11 H Peterson 12 19 E S Donaldson a W W Poppe 22 1 L Manchester 25 J M Dean 31 34 John Smith 35 Frank 36 37 39 M 40 43 Mike Hansel 47 Sylvester 48 John McMahon 49 Woodard 55 DrOL Meyer 56 Mrs Jane Patrick 58 Ann 60 Dr A J 62 63 Jesse Smith 65 WC Huff 67 68 ic Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov 36 Nov 86 1889 Nov 26.1889 Kov Nov NOT Mov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nev Nov Nov Nov Nov Ner Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nor Nov Nov Nov Nov 27.1889 Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov Nov 37 37 91 91 50 66 66 68 60 HI 60 60 75 15 60 15 108 108 1 08 1 08 108 108 1 80 120 83 83 63 324 1 08 108 1 08 356 1 99 50 50 108 83 83 EXPRESS AND FREIGHT 1891 ov 2 P express on Session laws No 2 1 10 ov 21 TJ S express judgment record clerk court and book for Co Judge i 00 1892 an 9 U S Es mortgage record for register 90 an 19 S P express on stationary from ns Co Chicago go an 23 freight on bbl glass fixtures for tric lights 50 an 25 freight on bos glass fixtures for tric lights i IR reb 4 U S Ex on record No 4 for register ilar 1 freight en desk for clerk of conrt Vlar 24 U 8 express on road lists for towns 6 If S express blanks for assessor ipr 15 U S express assessment rolls 6 Wis Cent R R freight on tax ag 13 N P express on Session Laws TT S express on baud stamps ept 10 Wis Cent R R freight on box of ink lov 4 U S express on books and book for proceedings of county board 3 4 express on ballots to Amherst Carson and Grand Rapids for 90 1 75 75 45 1 00 85 1 00 25 55 2 15 75 POSTAGE n correspondence from Nov 1st 1891 to Nov 1st 1893 1325 n judicial election ballots for April 1892 1 00 in road lists for towns i 57 n assessors blanks 50 n tax 145 n election laws j n election blanks 68 n general election for Nov 1892 53 8 wolves 1 wild cuts 300 3300 i fox 00 RECAPITULATION aid miscellaneous aid E D 72 aid C 954 H D McCalloch Co 13 45 express and freight 15 ge Paid postage 2036 Paid on wild animals 18300 Total paid from SI 027 15 Nov 1 1891 Balance of chase fraud on 38 Appropriation by county board 00 Total of Total disbursed 38 1.027 15 Nov Balance on hand List of county orders uncalled for by the payee are presented for and read by the clerk as follows To the honorable chairman and members of the county board Gen- compliance with ter 36 Section of the Revised Statutes of 1878 the following list of county orders uncalled for by the payee are presented for cancellation CHAS A LANE County Clerk Name af Payee No Date Minnie 2152 No r John Fleet 2163 Nov Co State vs Prank dore Scherder Nov 26.1889 James Sov Nov Nov Edward SUnsen 2177 Nov Ami 03 1 60 6785 31 31 WW Bardlet 79 Gander Olson 83 Ernst Mutch 84 85 Barber Danak 86 106 Andrew Louis Bohrs 132 J J Louis West 140 las JOB Jos Summer 185 Fred JL Jas 195 WW Boyington 197 EA Martin Moved by Supervisor Webster and seconded that a committee of three consisting of Supervisors Marion Hoffman and Pratt be instructed to cancel said orders and present the same to this board Motion ed Motion by Supervisor Spraggon and seconded that the board adjourn until o'clock P M Motion pre- FRIDAY Nov O'CLOCK P was called to order by the The roll was called by the clerk all members present of committee on ment of jurors to the several towns and wards of the city of Stevens Point for the year Petit Jurors Grand Jurors Alban 4 2 Almond 6 3 11 5 4 2 Vista 6 3 Carson 4 2 Ian 3 2 Grant 3 2 Ml 7 3 5 3 2 1 Hope 7 3 Grove 3 2 9 4 30 5 Stockton 9 5 Stevens Point 4 2 1st ward 8 4 City 2nd ward 9 4 City 3rd ward 6 3 City 4th ward 9 5 City 5th ward 7 3 6th ward 4 2 Which is respectfully submitted Signed FREDERICK J L MARION J L DOPP Committee Moved by Supervisor Webster and that the report be adopted Motion prevailed of the committee on read by Supervisor Webster also amended report of the assessed valuation of personal property of the town of New Hope read by the clerk Moved by Supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the report on equalization be laid over until day the 21st day of November at 2 o'clock p M Motion prevailed Schedule of claim 111 and 112 inclusive read by the clerk and re- ferred by the chairman to the com- on claims WHEREAS from an examination of the vaults of the county treasurer county clerk and clerk of the circuit courts officers particularly the office of clerk of the circuit court It pears that immediate steps should be taken to provide for the storage of the records necessary to be preserved by the county Therefore be it Resolved By the county board of supervisors of the county of Portage that the committee on buildings and grounds hereof be and they hereby are instructed to at once have ar- ranged and constructed suitable shelves and cupboards in one of the cells in the county jail for storing the oldest records from said three county offices Signed CHAS HOLBROOK Supervisor town of Carson by the chairman to the committee on buildings and grounds Report of committee on illegal and taxes To the honorable chairman and county bnard of supervisors of county Wisconsin com- on illegal assessments and taxes do most respectfully report the claim of L M Nash Co for refunding illegal taxes paid to town of Eau Pleine claimed by for years 1888 and 1889 First rejected for the reason that the statement of claimant does not state facts sufficient to constitute a cause of action against Portage ty and for the further reason that your committee are informed and be- lieve that the property assessed and for which said tax was levied and paid by claimants was logs at Stoddard mill in the town of Eau Pleine in Portage county for the owners and the lumber manufactured from said logs was assessable in said town under section 1040 R S Dated November 18th 1392 Signed JAMES B CARPENTER KNOT J LIEN W W SPRAGGON WM GAULKE J L MARION Committee on Illegal Assessments and Taxes throw your money away on useless gifts when for the same expense you can buy something lasting and ful WHOLE NUMBER 418 Main St Masonic Block How Would Furniture Strike You? That is what we propose to speak about J S MITCHELL Successor to BOSTON BROS Calls Special Attention to a Complete Writing Desks 1 Book Cases Divans Side Boards Corner Chairs Parlor Tables Sofas Upholstered Chairs Fancy Chairs Lounges Fancy and Oak Polished Leather Seat Rockers We offer SPECIAL BARGAINS For the HOLIDAY TRADE 418 Main St Masonic Block REMEMBER these are of latest design and finish Please remember that you can buy cheaper at home than in the city and give us a call between now sad Christmas Moved by Supervisor Webster and seconded that the report be adopted Motion prevailed Moved by Supervisor Webster and seconded that Supervisors Carpenter Marion and Gee be elected as a com- to settle with the county clerk and clerk of the circuit court tion prevailed Moved by Supervisor Spraggon and seconded that the board adjourn until Saturday November 19th at 9 o'clock A M Motion prevailed CHAS A LANE County Clerk SATURDAY Nov 19th 1892 9 O'CLOCK A met suant to adjournment of the day pre- vious was called to order by his honor the chairman The clerk called the roll all bers present Minutes of the proceedings of the previous day read by the clerk and approved STATE OF WISCONSIN County of Portage J To Chas A Lane county clerk of Portage county are by required to charge to each town the amount set opposite each of said towns for mentioned in the following schedale Dated this 18th day of November 1892 M A ROSSEAU Treasurer For the taxes of 1891 Belmont Atnt 10 15 GOT Homestead 10 63 Improper disc 10 1 70 Improper disc Desc sec towa oe 6 21 21 30 21 Buena Vista No desc 19 No desc No desc Lot 4 19 30 30 22 23 Lanark ne ne 2 34 Lot 17 31 Lot 17 31 Carson 34 Sharon aw nw 16 Plover 26 Stockton Lot 19 19 24 25 25 24 Stevens Point Lot 2 Lot 4 Lot 1 16 14 15 15 5 28 24 24 24 24 24 94 88 doe 9 85 Improper disc 9 1 63 Improper desc 9 23 Improper desc 9 4 09 Improper desc 85 Amount dne 10 1 72 Improper desc 73 Amount dne 8 67 Improper desc 9 15 Improper desc 9 27 Improper desc 09 Amount doe 6 3 33 Paid on roll 33 due 9 59 Imperfect desc due 7 1 08 No description 08 dno 9 2 19 Improper desc 19 Amount doe 7 76 Imperfect desc 7 14 73 Imperfect desc 7 5 81 Imperfect desc 7 8 48 Imperfect desc 7 99 Imperfect desc 7 2 49 Imperfect dcec dne Moved by Supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the county cleric charge back to the several towns as per schedule Motion prevailed Schedule of the apportionment of taxes levied on Portage county by the clerk Certified statement of the expense for the chronic insane read by the clerk Certified statement of the of state school tax read by the clerk The above certified statements was referred by the chairman to the com- on ways and means The chairman appointed Super- visor Huntley with H W Lee dis- attorney to investigate the charges for the chronic insane against Portage county as per statement read by the clerk Moved by Supervisor Collins and seconded that the board adjourn to P M Motion prevailed SATURDAY Nov O'CLOCK p at board was called to order by the honorable man pursuant to adjournment The clerk called the roll all bers present Schedule of claimS bills 113 and 114 read by the clerk and referred by the chairman to the committee on claims Petition from the town of Stevens Point To the chairman and supervisors of Portage county in session the undersigned would respectfully solicit an appropriation of two hundred and fifty dollars to enable the town of Stevens Point to erect a bridge on the road recently laid out between the city of Stevens Point and Rudolph in Wood County said bridge being condemned as un- The bridge to be erected to cross mill creek in section 34 town 24 range 7 east The county having granted an appropriation to open the continuation of said road through town of Carson last year November 19th 1892 A F GRUB A Chairman Referred by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges j List of grand and petit jurors for the ensuing year was read by the clerk Moved by Webster and seconded that the list of aames as read by clerk be accepted Motion prevailed Moved by Supervisor Carpenter and seconded that H W Lee is by empowered to settle the suit now pending between the counties of and Portage Motion pre- Moved by Supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the sum of be allowed H W Lee as expenses in the settlement of the suit Motion prevailed of committee on illegal and taxes To county board of Your committee on illegal ments and taxes do most respectfully report as follows to Claim No 1 Gollieb claim on certificate No 503 sale of 1888 andI 392 sale of 1889 484 sale of 1890 sale of 1891 all of the northeast southeast section 28 town 21 range 7 east we find to be legal and certificate No 594 sale of 1888 on southeast northwest section 24 town 22 range 7 applicant claims to hold a contract for same from the swamp land commissioners of age county xr W-W Mitchell No 992 sale 1891 west half southwest section 31 town 24 range 7 east government land recommend to be canceled and the amount of tax and interest be refunded to an- Claims No 3 Of J P we recommend be refunded to on tax deed executed to claimant ilay 1889 on the north part of west one-half of west quarter section 31 7 east and applicant be requested to quit claim said land to county Claim No 4 Clark and Scott for cancellation of quit claim county deed south one-half southwest ter section 30 town 24 range 6 be denied for the reason it is no legal claim against coonty Claim No 5 We recommend certificate No 570 sale 1892 on northwest southeast section town 22 range 8 east for the reason it was county laad when sold also to cancel certificate number 450 on northeast southeast certificate ber northwest southeast certificate number 452 on west southeast section 8 town range east sale 1891 for the reason county treasurer's receipt No 302 March 1891 shows taxes and county clerk is authorized to owns and Dated November 19th JAMES B K J J L MARION W W Committee on Illegal Assessments and Taxes Moved by Supervisor and seconded that the report be adopted Motion prevailed Moved by Supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the board adjourn until Monday November at o'clock A M Motion
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