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Stevens Point Daily Journal (Newspaper) - January 21, 1893, Stevens Point, Wisconsin -T O ip I L A per Annum Devoted to the Interests of Central Wisconsin and the Vindication of Republican Principles McGLACHLIN SIMONS Editors and Proprietors VOL 35 STEVENS POINT WIS SATURDAY JANUARY 21 1893 WHOLE NUMBER LA WY JONES 8 AN BOBS ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELORS AT Corner of Clark street and Strongs avenue STEVENS POINT WIS OFFICIAL PROCEEDINGS J AT LAW WU ATTORNEYS AT LAW Collections promptly attended to German block entrance near WISCONSIN Public Square POIST Of the Board of Supervisors of Portage County Wis Report of committee on settlement with county officers in settlement with county treasurer read by super- visor Dopp Annual report of county treasurer for the year 1892 tax of 1891 To the honorable chairman and members of the county board of ance with the requirements of law I have the honor to respectfully sub- mit the annual report of the and disbursements of the county treasurer's office during the past year ending November 16 1892 in- To balance in treasury October as follows To five lunding bonds Amount paid to county treasurer by city and town treasurers and amount returned delinquent Amount levied 41 Amount paid by city and Town urer 12 returned delinquent for on county tax W H Pier W B Buckingham P Dorsey I Brill Son J P John Finch A G Green C W Howard F Alex Krembs M to Report PHYSICIANS JOHN PHYSICIAN AND Stroet -1 ROOD PHYSICIAN AND Residence Unit door Cad tag Point PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS tit residences Park's new Dr Gregory's residence on N Second street opposite Engine House Mo 1 Dr corner of Clark and Division Streets STEVENS POINT WISCONSIN To Justice of Peace fines 72 41 Drainage 425 68 Koad and bridge fond 16500 Officers Coupon for January 00 To error in coupons ed for 1891 Leaving amt on band at ment au J L Dopp justice peace wont 5 w J B justice peace city 6 00 A Baton peace city 10 Oil C E Webster justice peace Almond 1 30 C K Webster peace Almond 1 00 Personal property tax col- per Si Griffin sheriff 51 79 To cash per city and town treasurers 87 20 00 87 74 79 cS S Ko gs o 0 3 Duo jUban 49 1790 19 60 149205 83252 771 61 601 79 1015 72 930 57 1152 89 439 17 1477 85 137269 216051 548 10 1212089 30861 56 1740 47 846009 80684 130489 129 56 388 51 85 11 761 IS 826 74 182 19 110032 29895 915 23 1121 23 2016 17 56 10073 5052 3010 60 76 187 16 70296 10 516 68 254 60 10383 190 59 5257 14022 56262 151 144 34 491 52 2047 2899 30 10 44 64 123 61242 372 29 391 218 97 9419 15085 4912 101 52 41205 131 09 141 85 33240 2033 42 5415 68 21 53 1612 63 63 90 54 11081 12520 35 63 964 3974 345 3870 15057 2037 349 159 12 13 91 912 13 Sharon City of Stevens Point Total to 12 r PHYSICIAN AND 8 to 10 i 8 to a and 7 to S r IB old POINT Wisconsin F A SOUTH WICK M PHYSICIAN SURGEON Office and residence corner Church and sion Streets Sterens Point Wisconsin Telephone No 32 K VON PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Surgical Operations Office aver post telephone No 81 dence on Church St opposite court house tele- phone Ko 63 p F PHYSICIAN SURGEON on street opposite Catholic Church POINT L J PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON EYE AND EAR A SPECIALTY Office at residence of Dr Phillips on Clark treat FIRST NATIONAL BANK Point Wls E C NEWHALL President A R WEEK Vice Pres W B BUCKINGHAM Cashier J W Assistant Cashier attention given to all business en- trusted to oor care Collections made on all cessible points Of H D Banker ISM H D BUBS Cashier Attention to QB Boropa to salt v OS of dealer BOOTS AND SHOES Point To cash collected prior publicise To cash per sale or tax cates at public sale 74 To casb per sale of tax prior and quent to public sale cash bale is National Exchange Bank of waukee for 1891 To cash jier Chas A Lane ami levied redemption money To cash per Chas A Lane ed for by payee To cash per C A Lane fee on tax deeds asd tions To cash per sale of lands To cash per state treasurer on contract and ed lands To cash per stats treasurer state school money ruary 1892 To cash per state treasurer state school money Jnc To cash per state treasurer as per sec 3 Chapter Laws ol 1891 To cash per town county of Schools salary To cash per city and town treasurers To cash per town trust fund To cash per chairman of Pine Grove for blank tax roll for 1891 To cash per chairman of Pine Grove for blank tax roll for To cash per Mrs Catherine as ger dered from Northern Hospital To casb per Amond as per Dill rendered irom Northern Hospital Tocash percentage on Snes remitted to state urer To casb per Anton Arians for cancellation of tax certificates To casb per G F taxes paid after To cash per dist atty col- lection from Waushara conaty for 1891 To cash per dist atty col- lection and change of venue Portage Co vs 1692 To cash per ditt atty col- lection from A R White's estate To suit tax for fourth ter 1891 Moylan To cash drainage money per state treasurer for 1892 Total receipt including amt on hand at final of November 29 By county orders redeemed 81 By court re- gj 13 801 87 83 30000 78 IS 5387 207 659 89 220 00 89 41 9.618 69 55 08 90000 31 2 70 1 35 36 547 40 2300 1 73 19 12 1843 101 00 461 10 13 18 1900 543 73 56273 WATCHMAKER AMD JEWELER ALSO OPTIC A 1 GOODS done promptly tad in a manner kRS ROOD To the chairman and county board of supervisors of the county of age your com- on settlement with county of- respectfully report that we have compared the annexed re- port of M A Rousseau county urer with the books vouchers and accounts in his office and with cate in the hands ol the county clerk and find said report cor- rect in each and every item We find that said treasurer has the balance named therein as on hand as dence by cash bank book of the Commercial bank and money and vouchers in his office We recommend that the above re- port be adopted as the annual ment for the year ending November and that the county orders and court certificates presented as vouchers and cancelled by us be de- in presence of the board County orders 81 Court certificates 91 Interest coupons 200 00 Stevens Point Nov 28 1892 JOSEPH DOPP THOS MORGAN C E WEBSTER Committee Moved by supervisor Marion and seconded that the report be adopted Motion prevailed and the report was adopted Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded that supervisor Webster de- stroy the county orders in the ence of the board The motion pre- and supervisor Webster de- the orders Moved by supervisor Spraggon and seconded that supervisor Webster punch the county coupons and return the same to the county treasurer The motion prevailed and supervisor Webster punched the county coupons of the committee on poor read by supervisor Huntley To the honorable chairman and hoard of supervisors Gentlemen Your committee to whom was ed the bills of county poor report as No Asked Allowed 1 The town of 7800 The town of Amherst N W Jensen's for cut for the reason we con- it an excessive charge Senior Strong from April 4th to November 1892 cut for reason we considered it an excessive charge N Jensen January 5th to March 24th 1892 We your committee ered this an excessive charge NW Jensen excessive charge Town of Belmont Town of Carson ford Benj Burr Emmons Burr Dr W W Groff Janch Geedes J P Leonard J W Bail C O Loberg Gross Jacobs H D Boston J F Wiley M Wadleigh Win Beading by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges and to report to the board of supervisors November 1892 Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded to adjourn until 9 o'clock A M November 1892 The motion prevailed CHAS A LANE County Clerk Sim Dave Frank John Abe John Aaron J L Andrew James Will Norm Levi G E time gratis submitted G E McDELL HENEY CATE Committee Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded to refer the report to the committee on roads and bridges Motion prevailed of the committee on ings and grounds read by the clerk Nov To the board of supervisors of age county We the committee on county buildings beg leave to submit the following report with the receipted vouchers ed Amount appropriated for repairs and improvements around the court bouse Amount expended as Stevens Pt Lighting Co meter shades 50 D C Bailey lumber labor hardware etc 22 35 Chas Moss cases in Co 00 Co light fixtures fer court room 50 00 American Desk Co desk for Clerk of Court 50 00 Mike Clifford carpet for court 47 St Pt Co labor putting up fixtures 7 50 G W Ghoca hill of 30 A V Fetter 475 John L Wright laying side John W Strope glass and 74 200 OU 34 37 48 00 200 00 20000 100 00 100 00 200 00 6 50 31 00 72 5 84 00 7 00 70 25 5 25 22 00 Ib 50 12 00 3 00 800 00 Bridge Work m Gold a Specialty Office over First National Bank STEVENS POINT WIS CONOVER LEW F PORTER Architects Superintendants Pioneer Block Wis Fim Snt Bunk Bldg Ashland Wis Mr will be in the month the af Madison Wip 87 22 03 19 00 12 42567 43503 R H CO REAL ESTATE AGENTS Farming Lands Pine Lands and City Property Bought and Sold Rent houses examine titles and ell on commission Opposite Point Wis TL A Leader of Amphion Band and Orchestra Teacher of Piano Organ Banjo and all brass Organ a specialty LeaTS orders at Sannders Pharmacy Music for parties excursions et M RS P H PIANO OS TUB ORGAN Twenty years experience Best of references Special taken with yonng on street No 440 STEVENS POINT WIS By coupon fand In al exchange By bank Milwaukee By 5 00 RK coupons redeemed By cash paid treasurers for delinquent returns By cash for rent By casb paid county of for quarter ending December 31 91 By cash paid county super- intendent of schools for quarter ending March 1892 By cash paid county intendent of schools to apply on quarter ending January 1892 By cash paid county super- intendent of schools to balance ending June 1892 By cash for September 301 h 1892 By Postage stamps and cards By tax for 1891 re- mitted to state treasurer By trust fund tax lor 1891 paid stale treasurer By fines remitted to slate By snit taK remitted to state treasurer for ter December By state school money paid city and town treasurers for 1892 Bv drainage money paid city and treasurers for 1891 By drainage money paid city and umn treasurers for By error on percentage re- from fines ed to state treasurer lor second time Total receipts on hand at beginning of year Total Total disbursements Leaving balance on band up follows to fue funding bonds each Justice of peace fines Drainage money salary General STATE or I County of age f I M A treasurer of the county of Portage do hereby certify that the foregoing ments are correct according to the accounts kept In my office of the receipts and lor the past fiscal year ending November 1892 Inclusive M A County Treasurer Supplement to foregoing report No of certificates sold at public sale 499 Taxes and charges on 80 Abstract fee on same 14 94 Total 74 No of certificates sold prior and quent to public sale 383 Taxes and charges on game Abstract fee on same 1135 17 00 39 75 71 4 Town of Grant 5716 5 Disallowed nine dollars on expenses of excessive charges ano 12 75 204 71 57 16 113 00 4 21 15 17.886 14 2300 10870 00 13.602 03 29 69.491 29 87 Statement of taxes levied for county revenue Disallowed the application of Kate for the reason she is a resident of the town of 6 Town of Lanark 22 00 22 00 7 Town of Plover 20975 20975 8 Town of Sharon 23800 23800 9 Town of Stevens Point 57 45 57 15 10 of Stevens Point 63 21311 the claims of Samuel Wright and Jakey Baker for the reasons are residents of Marathon 11 Town of Fan 3500 3500 12 Town of Buena Vista 2250 2250 We your committee recommend the above amounts be credited to the accounts of the several towns named F HUNTLEY FRANK J PRATT A F GRUBBA H E GEE Committee Moved by supervisor Marion and seconded that the report be adopted The motion prevailed Petition for an appropriation to improve the Jordan road read by the clerk as To the honorable chairman and board of supervisors of Portage ty undersigned who are residents and tax payers of Portage county ly represent that the highway known as the Jordan road and leading in a northeasterly direction from the limits of the city of Stevens Point through sections twenty-seven and twenty-eight town twenty-four range eight east and other sections is a highway that is very extensively traveled and is one of the main ways leading to the said city and travel on the same is constantly in- creasing that that part of said way lying between the limits of said city and the said village of Jordan is now and has been for a long period of time in a very bad and dilapidated condition and in a bad condition to travel or to draw heavy loads on and we respectfully request that you appropriate the sum of two dred dollars to be expended in im- proving the same in such manner as you may decide on the condition that the city of Stevens Point shall a like sum for the same pose G W Gate T W Anderson WEDNESDAY Nov 9 O'clock A board met pursuant to adjournment and was called to order by his honor the chairman The clerk called the roll all of the members present The proceedings of the last ing was read by the clerk and proved Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded to amend his motion fixing the salary of the county judge at the sum of to the sum of per annum Motion prevailed and the motion as amended was carried Supervisor Holbrook called up his resolution of the previous day to allow the sheriff janitor's fee Supervisor Carpenter called for the ayes and on the resolution and the resolution was carried by the following Ayes Charles brook Christ Harebell Thos gan Chas Dake John H Cate A F Wm Collins F B Houston John Kubisiak Jas B Carpenter and H E Nays K J Lien C E Webster H H Hoffman J L Dopp Fred tley J L Marion Wm Gaulke C Hanson F J Pratt M W W Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the committee pointed to draw up a resolution to govern the clerk of the circuit court in making his report to the county board be dismissed The motion prevailed on the expenditure of money etc on the road from the city of Stevens Point to Plover To the board of supervisors of age county In ance with the resolution of your honorable body at its annual session in 1891 we the committee appointed to superintend the claying of the highway between Plover and the city of Stevens beg leave to submit the following report with companying receipted Amount of monies received Portage 00 City of Stevens Point 250 00 Town of Plover 100 00 James 2 50 Truman Kice 2 50 Joe Leonard 5 00 J 2 50 Sam 2 50 John Beach 2 50 V Betlach 3 00 of monies expended as per Amount Frank Powers 12 days with team at Oscar Foster 11 days with team at 3 Ed Lee 3 days with team at Joe Ross 4 days with team at Norm Dauforth 7 days with team at Geo Steve 5 days with team at Dick Gorman 16 days with team at Tames Waters with team at N 5 Boura days with team at Levi Booth at 50 and 1 day at Bert Bourn 15 days with team m Aug days with team at Al days with team at Abe days with team at Will Currier days with team at L G Rice days with team at S Booth 11 days at 82 50 7 at Ben Ricker davs at Dan Smith 16 days loading teams at H Powers 16 days loading teams at 1 Wm Dakens 16 days loading teams at 1 Elmer Bourn days teams at 1.51 3 3 S 3 8 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 33 00 9 00 12 50 21 00 1500 4800 25 00 52 50 26 12 4500 46 50 55 50 61 50 43 50 3 50 48 50 2508 50 81.50 24 00 24 00 24 00 1375 16 50 John Gross 11 days loading teams at 1 5 Frea Davis 16 days loading teams at 1 50 34 00 D Hogan loading teams at 1 50 3 75 Tom Davis day loading teams 1 00 Currier day 75 Sam Cooper days 525 2400 A Shannon days 375 Wm Plaisted 1 day T 158 Christian Beck 3 days 450 Ed days 675 Louis Lanson 4 days 600 H N Warner IS days at 36 00 John Lutz 20 meals at 23 cents 500 G tV Plaisted meals ftf 25 cents 9 75 Mills of feed 1133 Simons printing 550 South Side Lumber Co 720 Total The following donated time with No of days Moses 1 Steve Booth Bragg Altenburg Wm Creasy i Martin Beyers 1 Geo Franklin 2 Vincent Galetski 1 Lester Warner 1 Jim Altenburg 1 Cam Newby 1 L 1 John Boursier 1 L G Kice 2 1 1 1 Leaving a balance on hand of Respectfully submitted G E McDiLL HENRY GATE Committee Moved by supervisor Webster and seconded to adopt the report The motion prevailed Moved by supervisor Carpenter and seconded that the chairman of this board and the county clerk be and they are hereby authorized to draw and sign an order for for paving The motion prevailed Petition from the town of Carson ready by the clerk To the Hon chairman and county board of supervisors of Portage ty public way leading from the city of Stevens Point through Carson and and on which the sum of one and and fifteen dollars has been ex- pended during last summer is still uncompleted It will require the sum of to complete the same fore would respectfully ask that your honorable board appropriate the sum of making this amount able to Portage county at large in- the city of Stevens Point to complete said highway to the limits of the town of Stevens Point Respectfully submitted CHAS HOLBROOK Chairman town of Carson Referred by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges Petition lor ferry read by the clerk To the county board of supervisors of Portage county Wis Your respectfully represents that he has had license and charter for ing a ferry across the Wisconsin er in said county for a long period of time which ferry being in sections 23 and 26 township 23 range 7 east and he respectfully requests that said license be renewed for the term of three years Dated November HOSEA FULLER Referred by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges Moved by supervisor Huntley and seconded that the Hon chairman appoint a committee of five to in- spect the jail The motion prevailed The chairman appointed ors Spraggon Lien Pratt and Collins said committee and in- the committee to report at o'clock P M Moved by supervisor Marion and seconded to adjourn until o'clock p M The motion prevailed WEDNESDAY Nov P board was called to order by his honor the chairman The clerk called the roll all of the members present Petition from the town of Buena Vista To the honorable chairman and members of the county board of of Portage county Gen- tlemen the undersigned super- visors of the town of Buena Vista hereby petition your honorable body for an appropriation of to aid us in building road to the big meadow commencing at a point on the ens Point and Portage road in section 19 town 22 range 9 as said proposed road would be a great advantage to the people of Buena Vista Almond Belmont Lanark Amherst and Stockton We earnestly hope that the prayer of your petitioners be granted FREDERICK HUNTLEY ALFRED GATES JOHN RUSSELL Supervisors of the town of Buena Vista Referred by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges By consent of the man of the town of Lanark drew former petition and offered the following which was read by the clerk To the honorable chairman and board of supervisors of the county of undersigned chairman of the town of Lanark in said county to said town of Lanark for the purposes above named November 1892 THOMAS MORGAN Chairman of the town of Lanark STATE OF County of Portage j Thomas Morgan being first duly sworn on oath says that he is man of the town of Lanark and is familiar with the official affairs of said town That at the annual town meeting in said town held April 1892 the sum of three hundred lars was levied by said town as a special highway appropriation for the purpose of repairing the ways and bridges of said town THOS MORGAN Subscribed and sworn to before me this day November 1892 C E WEBSTER Justice of the Peace Referred by the chairman to the committee on roads and bridges Report of committee on inspection of jail To the honorable chairman and board of supervisors of the county of Portage com- appointed to inspect the jail would respectfully report that we find the jail in quite respectable con- dition Clean dry warm and well lighted and with the present age system kept in good order is free from offensive odor All of which is respectfully submitted W W SPRAGGON FREDERICK HUNTLEY K J LEGN WM COLLINS Committee to inspect the jail Moved by supervisor Marion and seconded to adopt the report The motion prevailed Report of committee on illegal and taxes read by visor Spraggon To the honorable chairman and of supervisors of the county of Portage Gentlemen com- to whom was referred the communication of Fred C Bogk assistant tax commissioner sin Central R R Co relating to tain tax certificates presented to the board of supervisors in 1889 would respectfully report that said sin Central R R Co has not com- plied with the conditions of the re- port of the district attorney adopted by the board of at their session of 1890 and until the said Wisconsin Central R R Co com- plies with said report and furnish sufficient evidence and as they have not furnished sufficient evidence to constitute a valid claim they can have no h county claim against JAMESB CARPENTER K J LIEN W W SPRAGGON Wsi GAULKE J L MARION on Illegal Assessments Committee and Taxes Nov 1892 Moved by and seconded to adopt the report The motion prevailed Moved by supervisor Dopp and seconded to adjourn until December 1st 1892 at 9 o'clock A ar Carried A LANE County Clerk 5 KILLER REV GEO H RANDALL N Fifth St Flint Mich Makes self Known among Friends in a Good Cause in Stevens Point DECEMBER Microbe Killer Dear years ago I was suffering from chronic gastritis and kidney complaint so that I could scarcely eat thing and at times hardly stand upon my feet Having spent much ey for remedies with no good results I had become well-nigh discouraged when a Mend of mine called my attention to the Microbe Killer and after using four jugs was completely cured At this time I could eat anything and had no kidney whatever Am glad to say have continued well ever since Before beginning the use of Microbe Killer my friends were alarmed about me and said they feared I would soon be carried to the grave I have since recommended it to many and am to say in every case it has given entire satisfaction It was I who first recommended it to and procured it for C D Spencer of Fergus Michigan and from this 186 jugs of the remedy were sold there in twelve weeks Very truly yours REV GEO H REV B F ZELL Pastor Baptist Marion Ohio I gave the First Dose of Microbe Killer to here Dying with Consumption Today he is Sound and Well NOVEMBER Microbe Killer Dear winter of 1887 I got wet took a severe cold which settled on my lungs I doctored with cians but none could help me Finally I went to Cleveland Ohio to a prominent physician who examined me He said my case was a hopeless one He could do nothing for me as my lungs were closed up solid This discouraged much I went home in Marion I saw D Take who told me of Wm Microbe Killer I soon found out that it would help me Later on I sent for two more cases At the time I am working on my father's farm seven miles north of Marion and considerable myself well Yours truly SHOOTS MRS If M ALLEN 411 Johnson St E Mich Conies to the Rescue of Sister Women in Stevens Point DECEMBER Microbe Killer Dear remedy that will cure chronic diseases as effectually as the Microbe Killer ought to be known to all the great public and all the wide world This in the common interest of humanity My own experience will serve for one illustration of its ing energy I had suffered for twenty years from a distressing tion of the milk glands and milk duet right breast I had undergone many months of continuous treatment by eminent physicians and ists but I grew worse till I could not use my right arm at all causing the breast to bleed fresh blood I was really in dispair but a kind friend told me of the Microbe Killer began drinking it with the final result of a radical and permanent cure I took my last dose on New Year's day 1891 and have never had the slightest return of the old trouble from that time ONE YEAR LATER Writing April Mrs Allen My trouble with my breast has never returned It will be two years in July since I first took the Microbe Killer In addition my husband was completely cured by the remedy of neuralgia of the head and face in one night after two weeks most terribly and our physician doing all he could to stop it MRS WILLIAM EWERS 242 St Brooklyn Jf Y Had Cancer of the Breast OCTOBER Microbe Killer Dear I had cancer for three years I bad my breast taken off The doctor said the cancer had gone to the blood It made my heart sink I worried almost to death A friend recommended the Microbe Killer I used it and am completely well It cured me of asthma that I had 17 years I will receive anyone that wishes to call for Very JOHN Sole Agent Fay Topping Jacob Mehue Frank Altenburg respectfully represents that at the last annual town meeting in said town the saca of three hundred lars was voted to be raised by tion in said town to aid in the con- struction of bridges and in said town and as such appropriation ex- t of one per on the sessed valuation of said town and is insufficient to properly construct the bridges in said town s Therefore I respectfully ask that the sum of one and fifty dollars A large stock of new Wall Paper Mixed Paints colors in Oil and Varnish Stains The best Floor Paint made A nice line of shades all new designs Drapery and Curtain Poles Brass Sockets ing Hooks Drapery Chains etc Picture Frames Brass Easels and Banner Bods A nice line of Artist's Goods for Crayon Pastel and Oil Painting School Supplies Tablets etc Successor to W H Cam Co
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