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   Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 4, 1872, Janesville, Wisconsin                                General Election Notice. tho of No the United A In r r i Precentor con- hi F r-t Con MINERAL acvellteenth Senate Dla- irlct compr u" county of Kock. In place ol iVmr'les'" WM Rinis. whose term of ofUcc will cx- >lr ir'i tl c llrit Monday In January. A m'lMibor of Assembly in eacti Assembly liis- tn-tlii >ie state and .-uch county otllcers as are by law required co be elected at such election. A proposition for mi itineuclmuiit to the consti- tution la at the same time to he submitted to a vote of Ihe electors, pursuant to the provisions of nf thu Kcncrur laws of ISTi, approved March 43. 1H7-J, ami which Is as follows: AM Act to fubmU to the pcifple an amendment to article seven of thu constitution. HWllKliK.xs, '1'ho legislature d' this state at Its nuniial session for thu yuar 1S71. proposed and adopted by a vote of thu majority ol member.-' elected lo each of the two huuses, an amendment to tiie constitution of this state, in the iiesotlvit itnate. VhJ wiiMy concurring, That sect.lon lour ol article seven of the constitu- tion lie amended so as to read us follows: Mecllon The supreme court of tills slate, w th the ju- risdiction and powers prescribed in this constitu- tion, Hhall consist of one chief Justice and four associate justice-, to be elected by the qualincd electors of tho state, at .-uch tunes, and in such manner as the legislature may provide, sucti court so constituted shall not be chaniwu or dis- coiUiniicd by the tcvislut-.ire. The cluet Justice and associate justices of the supreme court'now In olllce shnll hold tlicir oltlees for the remainder of 'he terms for which they were respectively elected, and until ttiu election and of the two additional associate herein pro- vided for, slial! eonstitute the supremo court ot this suite. The liiuislalure shall at its lirst. annual suasion niter the iuloptton of ihis vide by law for ihe election of the two additional associate Justices hereby required, :md their suc- cessors, and for the election of the successors of the chief Justice nnd associate justices now in ol- lias, and lor classifying ihe two additional asso- clntB justices llrbt elected, so that the term of of- fice or one ol them shall be four years and of the other six years. Tim term of oltlce of the chief Jus lice ami of each associate JIIH: ice of the supreme court elected after tho adoption or this amend- ment, except as herein otherwise: provided, shall In; six years: and WitKfiKA.1'. The to the constitlltlor. of Iho duly ratified mill agreed to by the legislature Ihere- Tfit iKOplf of thf of .ttii'llf. and iwiiiliUj. 'to cintr! atjultaw. Section 1. The proposed amendment to constitution of this stateshall be submitted to the people at a general election to he held or. Tuesday sncceedin- the first .Monday ol November ISM, ami if Ihe people shall approve uiul runty said amendment by a majority of the electors voting thereon, said amendment suall nccomo a part of thf i his stiite. Sec. S. The form of the ballot in voting to ap- prove and ratify said prcipo.icil amendment shall iV'-for aliicmlliit: increasing th SPERM OIL. This new ligh'.-glvln? material is n heavy Oil produced in the distillation of Petroleum, and is designed to burn in the double flat-wick Burner, called the MILWAUKEE. X> ia. 1 This Burner (Us itaalf to the Kerosene Lamps In ordinary use, thus enabling persons having such lamps, by simply changing Burners, at a trl- tliag expense, to burn on OH that meets the great wain of the present time, namely: an Oil that can be used for lighting Dwellings, Factories, Stores, LANDS IN IOWA. Upon application lo the undorsisneil, (here will lia sent by mail to any address, postpaid, u new RAILROAD MAP Of IOWA, corrected to date, and a descriptive pamphlet, containing a sectional mr.p of that part of the state in which Is situated the land grant of Ibe Chicago, Rock Island Pa- cific R. R. and giving full and detailed infor- mation as to the location, q-.iallty, products. Terms of sale, etc., of more than acres of land now for sale near the line of the railroac.. The lands are the cheapest and best Farming Lands now in the market in Iowa, the most productive and progressive agricultural state in the Union, and offered at low prices nnd most favor- able terms to actual settlors. J. L. DREW, Land com.r, C. H. I. V. R. R. Co., .Davenport, Iowa. PEIRCE WHALING 133 to 137 West Water Street, 1O "West Mil-arankee Street. Are now opening the FINEST and MOST ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF FALL A3D WINTER GOODS that they ever had the pleasure of showing, comprising English and French Diagonals, Baskets, Crepes, Edredons, RAILWAY CARS, STEAMERS, that combines ail tho excellent Illuminating qual- I itics of Kerosene Oil together with perfect salet DYE RTISING AT JLOAV RATES. ForSlG per Incn per ivc will insert -in adverllscnicnt in 2G First-CInss Papcrx in Wisconsin. Lists scut on application toUJEO. r. BOWUJLL, ic CO.vAdvcrtls- Asenis, 41 JPairk >f. V. A Elastiques, T R QVyS E RS D IE P ART ME N T O They Lave always vnriely of JLondon, French and American Of Ihe Newest Patterns urn! not to he found elsewhere. Alto their department of :in ILIUS UI rKUl IVSjgVLlliUil TT.lit Oil that can be transported by land cr stored in warehouses, handled and used by. one, however carelessly; lighted lamps till burned in kitchens over tires. In boiler and eug-. rootns: iu fact, nsed anywhere and for any pu pose of illumination as safely as our fathers use whale or Sperm Oil. Its isniltirc: point is aboi SOU degrees Fahrenheit, Its boiling point 550 di grees Fahrenheit; In both of these particular about the same as Whale, Sperm or Lard Oil. PATENTS have been obtained hi this in Europe for Mineral Sperm Oil. is country an pa rati number of justices of the supreme and amendment. ameni roiHtltuliiMi Incrusslni! the number of ju the supreme court." which shall lie on n. ballot andsliall be deposited li: n separate box, to be provided for that purpose, nnd all persons iiuiu I lied to vote at any eiecliim In Una stale shull tie ileeiued voters on this See The votes oust or disapproving suhl iiniundiiu'iil shrill be counted and returned by the inspectors of Hie ulection u: all respcctn. vntes for state nlllciTS are uonnteii and returned, and ihe oilkers now designated by law to canvass (hi- returns   take an expression of ll-.f people upon Ihuiiuenlloii of the adoption or rei.-.-iioii ol the ameiulineiU to the cou-tilnliiin, which is printed nl li-nuth In the above imilce. The election to tho voles canvass- ed and the returns made in the manner prescribed by law. Uivt-n sutler my Hih day ol 'blie'rlu'of'A'oclc'Co. assembly for the counties of KocU, LI_______ coti n tica'aM ho r t n o t i ce. Willis in ....j ALl.EN CALl' tiie boat fucilUles DEEPENING WELLS! where tho water ha, pceparea H.sluk the an abunminco ul water at i rciisonablc pt icy. J. W. SILBEET HUBBARD CO. Twines, Cordage, Flags, Banners, Awnings and Wagon Covers. 22S Jk 230 South Water ISt., CHICAGO. 'AIN TED -AND- Photographs 1M OJI. OK WATER-COLORS. Many old or Am- brotyvxia uf decea.e.l which may lie cop- Jd tJiiiir-'eil in oil and make as good M If takuu ll.e. ben.l full inatruc- to tho color of i-yes, tialr. drapery, Ac. A inrKC supple of I'loturi! Frames always on hand. Satisfaction Guaranteed All orders should he sent to S. S. HEROEANT1 tl sVcHt THIlwniikiv Htreet, nppiwl'0 Ihe Com i.x- W-, .JauesvUle. 1'- O. TNI. P HELPS, Collections Made, Loans Office Jackson Norcross MINERAL SPERM OIL will not ignlle under 300 degrees Fahrenheit, nnd consequently is ABSOLUTELY SAFE. IT WILL NOT TAKE FIRE in case of breakage of the lamp. The Oil will Extinguish Ihe Flame It bnrns u'lth great brillinncy IH t he Dual J3nr- ncr, requires but Jit tie attention nnd 710 trimming The Oil never ix oxyijon fruni t in ihe lamp, It d It tuis no mlor glvoa it absorbs no es not, deteii- burning. JL I'OVl'.KK, ntncost j-j not exceeding one-lull 1' cent per liour. fu Ktiiiroacl Cura, .Steamers, Factories, and Dwelling Houses, it ia Invahmble. and cannot be too highly recommended. The Oil ia patented, ami made by a process insuros Us uniformity. Reasons why you snould Burn this Oil 1st. It." absolute safely to life and properly. Oil. The -jrirat hrillinricy ul' the ,'iil. lls economy, hcliig ahout Ihe same aa kcr- oSLMie oil Its perfect freedom from otlor. ia called lo tho following coinmiiniciition from UEOHOIi 13. LOK1NO, of Boslun: ,1 VAl.'PABL.E fren.neni nccl- deutrt from Ihe n e of inllamir.uhle Oila, to which the attention of the community has hoi-n BO pam fullv drawn of latu, induce me to call the ntlen- t'oif of ihu public I" 'he examination awaiu iniule by I he New KngHml AKricttlttiral Society at heir recent exhlbllio.'i at Lowell. 'J he Downer Kerosene UN G'onipauv exhibited their "ilinernl Sperm [lliuDinnllHK receii-ed the liret premium for I his admirable arlicle of their man- ufacture on account of its ABSOLUTJi SAFETY, its Teat duration, its economy and its strong illti- naliii1' power. H WUM found to have a lire lest and lo be entirely free from odor. Thu committee was aatislled that for use in railroad cars it ia invaluable, and would be a sure prevention of such horrors as have become laminar lo us In thu burning ol iraius In Ihe event of accident, it may be burned in any lamp by a peculiar burner ol'small cost; and on Ihe score of huiuaiiiiy and economy, I .1111 Induced to call attention lo Us valimblu fiiialilieH. It is real- ly n preparation for ihe Invention of which 1 think iliu IXnvner Kerosene Oil Co. are entitled to the yralhude and patronage o.r the community. -4- -I-J- Boston Journal of Chemistry known to bo one of the ablest Scien'.lflc authori- ties In this country, in its issue for May, says, editorially: have many letters, from different towns and states, asking it we know anything regarding the new anil wonderful 'Liquid tins' which ia be- in" extensively sold all through the country. We are told that hundreds, nay, thousands, are Intro- (lucltli; DANUHKOUS, EXPLOSIVE >APTHA into t'neir dwellings under the names of Liquid Gas Aurora Oil, Non-Explosive Petroleum Fluid, itc How ingenious are the villains who specu- late in cheap, iullamablc liquids! and how credu- lous ore the victims of their schemes I Ihesc llnids are ihe most dangerous of the light Coal Nantlms and cvcrv family In which tney are used is incurring a FEAIU-'UL RISK. Why are not the men engaged In spelling this liquid arrested t We say to heads of families, send them to prison are conspiring against your lives ana those of your little ones." Office of the Connecticut State Chemist, Hill House Avenue, NEW CONH., J- Sejiternbet 15lh, 1870.! S. JfKnnu.i., ESQ., oi tho Powner Kerosene Oil I trivu examined the so-called Mineral Sperm Hydro-Carbon Oil nuido by the Downer Oil Co.. of boston, and nnd it has a Hash- n" point of 850 (leg. F. and a burnUm point of 2UO rle" I am bnriring this Oil in my fauilly with "rait s'atisfaction, aull esteem it us safe in all re- spects as the best sperm oil, and much superior In duration and purity of Illumination and ab- -encc of of the lamp wick, to any oilier known to me, whether mmcral, anlmul, or poirt of this Oil is about the same iha: of sperm oil, vi7.: 5110 to MO deg. V. Yours restiecttiilly SO STATE STT.KET, BOSTON. Don-nor Kerosene Oil Co., I have made a scries of photometric tests with ihe Downer Mineral Sperm Oil and have can-fully examined the Oil itself, as desired, and now send yon this a statement of the results seen that this lamp and oil yield a very steady, brilliant light, eiiual in illuminating power to that of ten standard candles, or 58 per cent, more than.that afforded by the common-slued Sun Burner CM percent, better ..than the large supplied with the best Kerosene. Also that n-perfectly safe light is. thus, obtained at a cost ol only half of one cent per hour. This Oil is si but a very slight odor of any_ kiu.l at W gravity of th ly ki Its "lire losl" (delerminal ot temperauire at which the Oil will take -iOli V-, as nearly aa tin- instrument will in- dicate, o? certainly between S9C and :HO dcg. F. from Ibese tests, I IIUYC lound this to be i ho most agreeable and least fatisjuing of any or- D.VH.V HATBB. rib Jnlv, IbTU. State Assayer Chemist. vy -TIUSIC is taught nt people's prices, by pop- ular Courses of Stiuiv, at D llusto, Friendship, N. Y. DAXTirt UNIVSUSITY OF HOPS, MALT BARLEY Are specialties with ELKINS SUDDARD, Commission Merchants for Ihe pr.rchnsn and sale of GRAIN, FJLOUK, SEEDS. Ac. Office, 17 Chamber of Commerce, PHILADELPHIA, PA. ____ Consists of a variety of Brilliant Colors Kest Jllack All are invited to CaU Witness the Tests! MADE WITII THIS OIL AI tlic Drugstore of Ow Williams Six-Cord Thread. J, P, Coats Six-Cord in all Numbers, No. 8 to 100 inclusive, for Hand aud Machine Sewing. SELTZER1 Nothing Ijllcc It la medicine. A liisnry lo he palate, a puinlcsa uvucuutii, n gKiitlu- sliinulant 0 Ihe circulation, a pcrspiralury Dremiration, nn anti-hUloiiH medicine, a stomachic, a diuretic nnd in lulintrnl.le general allc-rai ive. Suc.h are the acknowledged aucl daily prnviui properlios of ItHANT'S KPI-'KIIVESCEXT SZI.TZKR A Sold FEVER and AGUE Syrup ol liONphltCM, so eeleliraied in nervous am! oilier I'lillitatliig diseases, is now used wilh com- lete success, curing Chill Fever :ii'n.-r the failure f well known remedies, Kc. Oiu: dose ontaininK twn scruples of soda and rhubarb, qual party mixed, in a wineglafs full of cold wa- clmiild preccih: tile use of tiie Syrup. COLLINS UUOS, St. Louis. _ ASUKE CUKE for this dislres.-iug complaint now made known in n Trcatiss (of 48 octavo of Foreign and Native Herbal I'reparallons tilished by Dr. O. Phelps lirown. The prescrlp on discovered by him in stioli a providential nanncr Unit lie cannf.t coiiscieni.iously refuse lo laliC it known. as u has cured everybody who has sed it for never having failed in a singly 'he ingredients may be obtained IVoui ist. A copy sent free in all appliciinls ny mail. Vddress Dr. O. I'lttLl's il liraild street, erscy City, N. J. Agents Wanted, .r, terms to clear from 55 to ?10 ]ier Two ntlrety new articles, as Hour. II. WLIITK, Kewark, N..I. GKN'I'S ilsmiiUi: inoru mnii- cy ftt us lhan nl auyLliing liurf ness Olid pcrmnncn'. Particulars frod.   Kllin Can he consulted at t he MYKRSHOl'SK.on anil flih ol each month during ihe yi-ar. I'linmlc and Ireiiled. Throat. and Cl est I'alarrh, Liver and Kidne.- coitipliifm-, Non-nim >v General i'urii: Kpilu- tic File, also nil illtcan-e.pi'riillar to I hopeless. Dr. Pake has na peer In I of chronic coninlaiutn. I-1" romeillet arc cii.ii-n from the choicest roots uid herbs; no" mercury upjed Ooloen oplnioms frc-n the 1'rct-p-: handnome encomiums Irom promine'-.i: iiersotiB whom lie tins cured He tin; namn? and c.iti ot oifoai-e like an open book. Oliaivet 111- ,U-raie; sultalion tree. Dr. DAKE will rlnit Javpsvillo. Tuesday Wednesday, 8 Belolt, October 9li. ruv lOdawl y _ lOlU 1UH. DENTI M. B. N DI.NTIST. Otflco, laclunan OVBKTHB ROCKCOU: 'VNATIONAI. BANK Jancsvl' c. octiOdawtf S. II.CISH, Offlce S.W. endof rVilwaukecSt. Bridge, Over J. Uurdwart Slurr. NltKUl S OX1DIC (iAS AND KUH50LKN-. Sl'KAV O1VBM. !i. II. FOK SAJ.K KKXT. Good Cham e to Obtain a Home Cheap! We Irivc a HOfSE. ami four I.DT.-; in the Third i ell for S.dO, on p-at-y terms, l-'ruit Trees, Ac., aprlldtf ______ Desirable Dwellings at a Bargain! Great Inanirc of the at. the Jav.i-nvilli: woe en Viirtoiy, Xorlh Main A Farm of under cnUlv.-uion oil Itock pr.iirie, two and .me-lialf miti-.- from business portion of the city of Janetvillft, only n lew rods li-nni the Miltoi1 road, li Is iriir.cil on every side, h.-ia a pasture, an apple orphi.nHii good bcarmp order, bbade tree liuiise, barn, i'.-ini.-igw house, granary, corn cril., Ice and :i cisierna. Thin farm will Jiu Hold mi v.'t-y favorable lo the buyer, -'or Ifin-lher apply to CVHL'S lil.lSS. Janosvllli'. mi .l.-ii-liin.-i" piireet. near tin? High JScliOol building. aep47dlt-8w-lr.i is. 1 .__ noro re, Situated In the nja'lfVwo liiik" of KIPII Can beconvenicnl ly di several jrood farms. SO Uoiifc Ijaru Ui.-ieon. ,ior cullivstion. ThB remaliuler ii- iSitha thrifty eecond grouth of oalc timber. tract of land is beautifully located, l.aki- KoshkonouKtothewestimd W. Kail- way on H Is one of the bep-l U'-ighlmi- in tho State, and Is now offered at. vf-ry low Brurea. either In one tract or In jiartB. I'yr and further particulars inquire of Or A. WlMbLOW, Fort Aiklneou -A.. SOLICITOR OF PATENTS the bent for tnkint: i, Ha_ gave time and money by cnlllni; a going iori- will n Jy   

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