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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 17, 1874, Janesville, Wisconsin GARDNER HOUSE THE GAZETTE. BUSINESS CARDS. PISIC'EJs KEDCCEO. prnprlutor nfthc Mat- iii ll.Mld..-. iiml int.: of I ho l '.he insui- to of I lie liac-dacr, ami would hi- picas hi- old (rli-mlv iMi-l me from per d.-iy acco.-din-U) the Icica-.lon of rooul.-i. __ _ _ _____________ ifc Commission and Dealers in- BUTTER CHEESE, Cranberries, i'otutocSjAp- ISernis, Ac., I l_sy r l' i I WAT Kit Street. The Grand Bounce Chioago Nortli-wostern R. R. Trains at Jar.csvlllo Station. t'omi. niul O Box. IliivitiuiM, l.DD pi-r nox. 'I'll.' rilK.M'KSTainl lll-'.ST In tin- market. ii'ij'-rr to u i >i in- nioro I VAN 'i. II, and M Ilu' charge for i :ive CIneairD. CalitJ .ML- vr -.Ml. and Brandies, foinrj Niylu Going JMy Jisproas........ Juiiusvillu M. UUGIIETT, Gen'; janSUdtjanl'73 Arrive p. m. a. m. p. m. Arrive p. m, ii. tii. Depart. p. m. u. m- Depart p.m. a. m a. m KHIJEIT PAXTEKNS. Gentlcraen, if yoa wlfih'a perfectfltting Shirt Pattern, go to J. MJ. FORD'Sf leave j'onr measnre and get one cut to order. Shirts cut and made to order, II desired, and fit guaranteed. 20 W. Milwaukee street, H. STENNETT, General I'ussi'ngcrAEe Mllwnu.lwe 4: St. 1'nnl Railway. Trains at Januaville station. Arrive Depart Milwaukee and oast.... -ISO p.m. ll-.4Ua.rn. I'.dn uliiuiiand west___ p.m. p. m. Mouruu and a. m. p. m. WJl. B. NOYES, Agent. A. V. H. CARPENTER, Lien'l Ag't. 1. and Sherry iit-L- I'.ct. .'.I. .M r. M. M. Mil I'll Whiiicsal 1S7I. sold in tmtv Krar.di'jM .ijt lllL-d niy nnl ol pure W lues i.' (r. F. G. RUTH'S i-.-li and S-ili Kl-b ic.-t. fliii: l''.ir l-'fi-.-lii prli-i-s, tin' Siina any In ihc JLC5 ftS Ucarbon I-'liivcir, t'lilrniss tid Is ntteiuli-cl to. A. UliC.s'OM, WVtlL-ni ctl Cheney Brothers' For Fall uuil jViutor Wcuv. palh-il lo tin- clioir.c slock of ,nd lii-OH Lirailid Stiles, ol-tauii-il from the u' riMini i-y. n' in.ulc in the most apprinvil iralihi'v any Ih u can lit iilin-.; jirlc-e.-i. nil- ly IJrotliers, TTEW YORK. r s: a s 's ff. S-. Iv -I iiiiwc'i'i.'l'h i'-irln-v'. ronei-ly stamped aad rlh-ecleu. All boxes I'or de- 'josk of lattiM-'s wiil he examined lunnediiitely ircvioua to closing each mail, and personal re- liiests to clerks to forward letters are therefore m tinnecessary waste of tune. H1KAM BOWEN, P. M. A. ANDERSON, vlrchitcct and Builder. Rooms in Commercial Eloclc, over Davis Broth- ers' store, West Milwaukee street. soplSdawlyJ Janesville IS THE BEST Prentice Sherwood, Smith 3s Jackman's Block, Cor, ITIaJn anrt jnilivankce Streets, JANESVILLE, WISCONSIN, iST' Open ciay tinfl Dight. oclltliuvly i JT. I I Wholesale and retail dealer in JBOOKS, STATIONERY Vapor Hangings, TVull and Cnrtaln Tn- pcrs, Writing ancf Wrnjjpiui; Gold ind Steel Pens, Sla'.cs Advertising Medium in the Northwest! JLECAI, oclUUi Mcii'.ty'pi'tnii'iranil for i le by vU OPE'ICEUS, VOSTOFtVCn AND TtStH OF ML STING. KOCK COU'NTY (JKNTKAL .ASSOCIATION. .U. T. I'uwell, JwncdViUu; L. T. .Ttf, tiocriHnry, MiUui: JuncUun; N. Tripp, .'rtjudiirur, AKoii. Meet a qiuirti'i'ly first Tuus- ay In MuptiMtitiur, December, .Mnrch Jtiuu, at u o'clock a. in. L'BOttDIN'AT.ti GKAfcGEii, KOCK COUNTY Center, No. Uo 9. W. fisher, Muster, Ccnlnr: A. j. t'ishur, bocretury, Cuiitur. Monthly at Saliirciitv in immtli, II) o'clock a. in. Kock lUvur, Nu. 11. MtuMcr, Uion; N. Trlpp, Secretary, At'ton. Monliily utiny. Just, frttuii'ihiy ufluruuunn. Kviuisv.llu, il. DoolUlle, Master, 'van.-jvillu; Lieu. I', tpencur, bccicttiry, .Evan 3- ille. iSlonihly yalurdfiy evening at, unrest, tliu lull Clmton, (J. M. Treat, tinnier, ClirUon- i1'. Viirulei'liii, Sucre tnry, Clinton. ami third I'riilay eve iii'-js. Kxcolsior, No. U. E. Newmjin, vlllu; Tlioy. Kich.irclaon, Secretary, CooltBVllle. Monthly lust Tuesday tifturiioor.. Urultord, Rent a Iloufe, for it; If you have ouylhinc; to Sell, Ailvc.-rlU'C Ifyon wart to J3uj Atlvcrliso for il; Ifyon have any Advertise for them If yon wish your Husinc.'.x lo prosper, Advertise it wi-il. f: docs nol cost but n Irllie, and it briniryi sure returns. Try it, and convince yourselves. An Ailvcrttxcinciit Mv.o xvlll anl be beard iiliiNMif ilu- (hereof iu H.Hiil oonniy, on the :ii iu o'cloi'l; u. in. iv.I notice rroiif iiiiiTcrttod by pub- i-r 1'itr l liivi? wi't-ks he provcil, it is Jtefbre l court, at i lu1 in tlir r'.ty ill day of o.'tubi-r in? 1-i lurib.-r IM-I veil it al 1 j: M fujiy ul thi- t-i cijftbively, oiu-e c.icli woi-ic, pi in tii'i Jniu-.-viiU Vii And it Ibrreof b iir lo l ilny ol a daily d rlly I'KU.IIAKD. c 'nun! .1 UilL'e Dfl. 7. CLARENCE PEICE JIAb Visited Janesville FIFTEEN YEARS Has mot with uupurnllcd success in Tlio treat- incut of all Chronic Diseases OFTUE 13 T O 3Vt C3 3EI Ocad, NerTce, Ulftdder, Womb acd lllooa. Affections ot the Urinary Gravel, Scrofu- la, Kticuraiuiem, Catarrh, Asthma, Dronchitls reputation has been acqnlrcrtby cin- did, houost dealing and years of snccessK'.l prac- My practice, not one of experiment, bnt fonnd od on tho IdwsKdf Nature, -with years of experience and evidence to It, does not tear down, make eick lo makes well; no harsh treatment, no trilling, no llalturius. We know the cauee and the remedy needed; no guesswork, but knowl- edge gained by years of experience In the treat- ment of chronic diseases exclusively, no encourage' ment without a prospect. Candid tn o'.ir opinions reasonable in our charges, claim not to know CT] erythingor euro every body, but do lay claim lo reason, and common sense. We invite tho sick, no matter wbat their ailment, to call and Investigate before they abandon hope, make Interrogations decide for themselves; it will cott nothing, consultation is free. Visile made regularly. JJH V.OLAUKNOE I'UICE. can bo consulted at JANKSVILIjIS, HOIIHO, Satiir dayand Sunday, Llic llthand 13th ot Dec.. 1S7-U Woodstock, Wavorly honre, c I'atlonti will address all letlcr? H> Dr. V. Clar- cnca Price, Wankeiian, 111. t wild stamp. jc'Wdawtt Music Books for Schools .A.3VT 3E3M O 3NT School Music Readers, In 3 Boc-kf. J3y L. O. Ktncraou and W. S. Tildcn. I. which rrlmary .we l ,he younger u.-liolars in (ir.unmar SciiooM. Cuuln. In Iloolt ill. part u inirodiit-ed. and the car is i rained lo.'iai-monic MIIU-III-. 1-or High- er in (inunniar Schools. no cents. in tin-si! charnilnt; and useful books was selected and arranged by ihe practiced hand of Mr. Ij. O. Kiner.-on, and the iheoroiic ijart has been well tested by Mr. Tilden before placing in Ihe Readers. I'or liigh Schools, notlims succeeds the above Header belter tnan Alour ol' [tl.OOl, already in extensive use. If lhat hac bci-n u.sed, try >'ciiolco TrluNt" ISl.OilJ. n col lee lion of the best 3 part miuic. Thu new Sinsinf! School ISonu: [73 Is attracting general at- tention as one of the best books ever made lor Sinjnng Schools. r The above books sent postpaid on receipt of p. ce. OLIT2B Co., uoflton. n. Di GA ptE'JTTE CO.l Window Glass! All and of superior quality, Uy Iheeing or box. at 80S. General Election Notice. Notice Is horehy given lhat at the general elec- tion to be held in the eevcral towns, and election precincts In the etRte of Wisconsin, ou the Tuesday succeeding the first Monday. the third any of November next, the following otticcre ore 10 Iw elected, to-wil: A repreveutaiive In cor.Ki'eHfl for the llrctron- uruiMoniil district, c.-omprisllitT 'he counties of Muck, Untine, KeliiMllH, Will wort II ULil Waukc- ehs. A lepri'iieir.Atlve In control" lor the sec-Olid coiiKrcetiorm! dlslrlct, comprlelng tin' continue ol Jeilvmon, Uane, Sjink and Columbia. A representative li: conu-rens tor tho third coti- cress'.onal dlflrict. coropileinsr the counties ol Cuil, whose lorm ororll'-e v.lll expire on Ihe llrst Monday In January, ISTj. A slate in the 'list senftic ulsli icl. com- piialut; the c.r.nr.y oi c.'rosse, In plan- ol iv. i' llixuii, whose u-riuol'iiil'ice will exjiueoii tlu-iirsi Monday ill January, A sialo HenaiKi- iu the '.'.'U senale disl i ict, com prlsini; Ihe i-ouniu-s ol uxaukee, and Wusliliit-loli in place of Adam whose torm of o will cvpiri: i-ti the llr.-t Monday lu January, A liluinher ul In i-in'.li iissemliiy ins- Irli.'t in ihe stale, aud suc-h fouiry f us .M.- by l.tw required lo he clecied al nufli eleelioii. A propwsitioil for ail .-tuielHlKii-nt to I he const! t iiliuii is al i lie same lo l.-c submitted to a vole ol the electors, pursuant lo ihe pnivlcli-mt of llu- jaws ..I approved l-'ehj'U nry IS, aud which Is ar lollowo: "An act to suhmlt t he jn-ople an amendment to (rct'tion three a: i eleven i; of iho con s.111 ulion. of i lie si.itc of sin, al us annual session lor year poeeii and naojited, Dy vo-.e of u ninjnmy ol me memhers elected toeacli ol the two houses, ail amend incut to the ilu lion of this state in the follOM'lui? lam-'i'.ace: by jUriiHbitj, tnat section three of arllcie eleven (11) ol Ihe constitution ol this state amended, adding ut the end ofs-ald eeclioti the following words: No countv, cliy, town, village, KChnoi or other mtili'.clpal shall lie allowed to become indebted in any mar.ncjr or for any pur- pose, to any amount, including existlnx Inuchled- uess in the live per centum, on the value ot the taxable properly therein, to he ascertained hy the last assessment lor state aud county taxes-, previous to tco Incurring ol such indebtedness. Any couuiy, cliy, town, village, school district, or other nuinlctjml corporation, incarnng any indcbted- ccsa MS aforesaid, shall, uelote or al the lime of so, provide lor the collection ol n direct annuM tax, sulllclent to p.-iy the Interest on -ucli debt, as It tails due, and also lo pny ami dis-- charjie tho jirlnclpai thereof, within twenty years fioin'llie lime of contracting the same; aud 'J he let'islauire of this state, at Us nn- nual session for ihe year agreed to such proposed amendment by a mnjoilly of all the members elected to each house; now, therefore, The nj'the tilaUuj in titnatt Uo enact Section 1. Ttie foreuolnn proposed aiueuclnior. to the constitution of ttna state shall be submit- ted to the people, at a general election, to be held ou Tiie-dav, succeeding; Ihe flrst Monday of No- uiber, is'7.1, and If the people shall approve ar.d r-iui'v said anK-nUment by ti majority ot the elect- ors voting Ihereou, said amendment shall become part ol the constitution of this state. See. The form of the ballot in voting to np- irove and ratifv snul proposed amendment, shall be "lor amending the contlliutiou limiting bond- eil by counties, lowns, cities aud lo live per against sma ameud- menr, "against amending the constitution limll- tnt: 'he bonded indebtedness by counties-, towns, clticB unil villages to live per which shall be on a separate ballot ami sh.ill be deposited Hi n separate box lo be provided lor that purpose, and all persons miailfleil to vole at any election In this, state shall bu deemed voters on Una
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