Janesville Gazette, October 13, 1876, Page 3

Janesville Gazette

October 13, 1876

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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1876, Janesville, Wisconsin BIUwauKoe station. Arrive Depart and cast.... p. m. a.m. rrH.cb.ien and p.m. p m. Monroe and, a.m. p.m. WM. B. NOTES, Agent. A. V. H. CARPENTER, Gen'l Pass'r Ag't. Chicago Northwestern R. R. Trains at Janesville Statien. Soing Arrive Depart. Day Express............ p.m. p.m. Night Express......... m. Fond da Lac passenger. m. p. m. Going Arrive Depart Day Express............. p.m. p.m. Night Express......... Fon du Lac passenger. a. m. a. m. M. 11DO11ETT, Gen'l Stint. W. H. STENNETT, janSOdtjanl'75 General Passenger Agent. Tlio IPeoplo's COAL WOOD ro8t-Offlce.--So.mmer Time Table. The malls arrive at the Janesville Post Ofllco aa follows: Chicago and Way............................... p. m. Chicago Through, via Milton and Watertown Junctions..................... a. m. Green Bay and Way.......................... p. m. Monroe and a. m. Madison and Way.............................. p. m. Milwaukee and Way......................... p. m. Centre and hoyden, Wednesdays and Saturdays m. Btnerald throve, Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays m. East Troy, via Johnstown, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays by........... p. m, SI.ills close at the JancsvUle Post Office as fol- lows Chicago Through, Night via Milton p. m. Chicago and p. in. All points East, West and South of Chicago......................................... p. m. All poiais East, West ana South of Chicago via Milton Junction............ p. Green Bay and Way, including Aiinnc- hern il ichigan Iowa...................................12-55 p. m. .Milwaukee and a. m. West, Madison, via M. P. du U. 11. W., including Noithern Iowa.............. p. m. Monroe, Brodhead aud Way............... p. m. Beloit, .Kockford, Freeport and Way.... p. m. OVEB-LAND HAILS CLOSE. Center and Loyden, Wednesdays and Saturdays at............................. p. m. East Troy, via Hock Prairie, Johnstown iiiehmond, Tucsdays.Thnrsdays and Saturdays at....................... a.m. Emerald Thursdays aud Saturdays at........... p. m. rOST-OFPICE HOURS. Daily Irom a. m. to p. m. On Sundays from to p. m. Jloney Order and liegis- tered Letter Department from a. m. to m., and from to p. except duriug the distribution of the mails. Stamps, stamped envelopes, postal cards and Wrappers on sale at the News Depot. Orders lor stamped envelopes return card printed thereon, should be left at the Money Order Window, H. A. PATTERSON, P. M. oi On and after this date, and until further notice, we will sell the FIRST Quality of COAL at the prices: Chestnut......................................... ?9 CO Kange.......................................... n 28 lirlar Hill........................................ 7 50 Wilmington..................................... 5 50 Blosbnrg........................................................ 8 00 We are now handling the celebrated BLACK DIAMOND AND WHITE ASH Coal. All Coal sold warranted as represented, and we Guarantee Ibs. to the Ton All orders left with E. A. 73 Korlh Mala St., or at our office, will ncuive prompt at- tention. CAUPESTJSK Oysters Wholesale. a CS P08TOITICE AND TI2IB 0? SIEBTINa. ROCK. COUNTY CBSTBAL ASSOCIATION. Isaac Miles, Pesldent, Janesville; Seth Fisher, Vice President, Center; L. T. .Rogers, Sec- retary, Milton Junction; J, F. Hopkins, Treasurer, Indian Ford. Meets quarterly first Tuesday In September, December, March and June, at lu o'clock a. m. 3TJBOBDISATB GRANGES, HOCK COUNTY Center, No. Cory, Master, Jfootville; B. Q. Parmley, Secretary, Ucr.ter. Monthly meeting; last Saturday in month, 10 o'clock a. m. KocS Kiver, No. W. II. Barrows, Master' Afton; O. F. Bowles, Sec'ry, Janesville. Month- ly meetings, last Saturday afternoons. ETansrille, No. H. Doolitlle, Master, Bvansvillc; Geo. P. Spencer, Secietary, Evana- ville. Monthly meeting, Saturday evening at, or nearest, the full moon. Clinton, No. J. Carpenter, Master, Beloit B. Snyder, Secretary, Clmlou. Sjenii-mouttily meetings, first and third Friday evenings. Bxcelsior.No. Stebbins, Master, Cookfi- vllle; Wm. B, Porter, Secretary, CooksviUe. Monthly meeting, last Tuesday afternoon. Bradford, No. J Cuckow, Master, Emerald Grove; C. Jnman, Secretary Clinton Monthly meeting, first Friday evening. DuLac, JNo. H. Stockman, Master, Milton Junction; J. C. Plumb, Secretary, Milton. Semi- monthly, 3d and 4th Saturday evenings. Harmony, il. Mansur, Master, Rock Prairie; W. n. Wilbur, Secretary, Kock meeting, last Saturday evening. Prairie, No. Sherman, Master Janeaville; Henry Tarrant, secretary, Jauesvllle. monthly meeting, Saturday evening nearest the ull moon, Belolt and Turtle, No. H. Adams, Mas- 0. A. Yost, Secretary, Beloit. Semi- Monthly meetings, id and 4tu Saturdays, at 1 o'clock p. m. North Johnstown, No. Eingham Master, Milton; Cha's JJalJock, Secretary, Milton Monthly meetings, first Wednesday evening. Plymouth, No. Inman, Master, Hanover; 11 C Inman, Secretary, Hanover. Semi- monthly meetings, second and last Saturday. Oanesville, No. Ward, Master, Janes- vlile; Isaac Miles, Secretary, Janesville; Month- ly meeting, Thursday at or preceding the now moon at ID a. m. Magnolia, No. B. Hartley, Master, Mag- W Clifford, Secretary, Magnolia. Month- ly meeting, Tuesday evening at orimmediately preceding full moon, o'clock except each alter- nate meeting at 2 o'clock p. m, Sayre, Master, Fulton; D. Hopkins, Secretary, Indian Fora. Semi-month- IV meetings second and last Friday afternoons. Sherman, No. 208- A. M. Carter, Master, Johns- town; SV. A. Plckett, "Secretary, Johnstown. Monthly meeting, last Saturday evening. Lima, No. J. Wilkinson; Master, White- water; W. J. Mclntyre, Secretary, Whitewater. Farmer's Clubs. List of clubs In KOCK county: J. Taylor, corresponding secretary, Avon postofflce. J. Burge, corresponding secretary, Spring S. O. Onsgard corresponding secretary, Orfordville. Spring Valley and 1'. Dickey, cor- responding secretary, Orfordville, Movre, corresponding secre- tary, Orford. South T.Nelson, corresponding sec- retary, Cliuton. Scotch Cole, corresponding secreta- ry, Brodhead, Green county. Smith Bostwick Have this day received Ten Thou- sand yards of HAMBURG EDGINGS. This purchase of ours is the clos- ing out of an Importer's Stock at less than 50 cents on the dollar of the cost of importation. Among which are: 2000 yards at 6 l-4c. 2000 yards at lOc. 2000 yards at I5c. And a very large assartment of very fine goods at lessthan 50c on the dollar on what they cost to im- port. large stock just received for Ladies Suitings at seventy-five cents. Ladies Merino Vests and Draw- ers. 100 dozen this day received thirty per cent, cheaper than ever before sold in this city. BLACK piec- es just arrived, among which are some very fine goods at 90c. In these goods we take the entire lead SMITH BOSTWICK. CROCKERY HousE FURNISHING WANTED. Before the Qrst flay of October 500 Tubs of DAHlY-l'ACKffiD BUTTER for which the Prico in will be paid, at G.W.HAWES, Comur Conit aud Main JANESVILLE. Low Prices to Os." FASHIONABLE DISPLAY of MILLINERY Speaking of Firs! Arrivals, We are Two Weeks Ahead of All Others in Janesville, 'ORSfEfCoats and Vests CHEAP J CHEAP J! CHEAPS! COTTON PANTS, 75c.5 85c., and Cassimere PantS! 83-50, 93.00, Oysters Retail. TO THE LOVEES OP Pure COFFEE The ur.dcri'liinR'l lias nclrk-d to his ment al'ATKXT ItOAHTMK MILL, and is prepared to ruast and grind ihe best otTuil'ecs on shoi1 not.ice. 1 have the best slock of; GREEN COFFEESJ in the country to select from, comprising gen- uine Mocha, Al'rioiu, O. Java, Laquarj'ra, Suutos, Miuicaibo aud Hio, all of tlie best "radcs Try them. DENNISTON'S. 49 West Milwaukee street. janlSdly THESVIOSTPERFECTMABE, To be opened October 10th, at KoM West Milwau- kee street, Wis. 1 have leased the above lorraci-iy by llayner, Bliss Co., for a term of years, and intend putting in a full and complete Assortment of the Best Crockery and that can be found in the m rkct, consUUng of Crockery, China, Glass-Ware, Table Cutlery, Lamps and Kerosene Goods, Bar Fixtures, TOYS FANCY GOODS, Mirrors, Bird CagC33 Stoneware, Wooilenware, entire stock will bccl the Latest Patterns Finest Goods! bought direct frcin the mama factories At the Lowest Possible Figure lor Casft and will lie sold CHEAP. Itemcmber the place, No. 39 West Milwaukee street, opposite Corn Ex- chaiiKe. SMITH, sepldawly What tUo Solid Soutli Demands. the Cleveland, Ohio, Herald. The solid south is hungry, very Luotry. It cries to be fed, and the democratic party is expected to run with a provision basket in response to the cry. From the advance 'sheets ol the Congrenional Kecord the tol- lowme summary of the bills before the touge of representatives from the soulh has been compiled1 The EUIH tola! to be appropriated is more 'ban our en- tire national debt, and amounts to C22.380.- This was done at the first of the present congress m one house. The classification ot these claims is as follows: Kebuildmg levees on the Mississippi river rebuilding bridges in West Vir- ginia refund ol cotton supplies used or destroyed return of proceeds ot captured property refund and remission of direct tax disloyal mail con- tracts disloyal claimants under the repeal of section of the revised statutes private relief bills S4 total This 13 the price the solid south places on its support of Vac democratic party. This is but a, of the price the country t0 pay for tue "luxury ol administration. COURT Jor IEOOK. COTTSI- J. Harris, plaintiir, D. I1'. Sayre as administrator cf the estate'of Samuel Pound, dcoeased, Mary .A.Pound, CnrltoniS.Pound, Nevada A. Found, Ida B. Pound, Willie U. round and Lucklo S. Pound, defendants. By virtue and in pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and sale entered in the alum; entitled action, at a special term of the circuit court lor Hock county, bold at the villEge of Jefferson in the of JefTereon nnd Suite of Wisconsin, on the 20th of-September, A. D. 1670, in favor of the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendants, 1 shall oiler lor siile find tell at public auction to the highest, bidder, at the Iront door of the post office in the cily oi Jttues- ville, in said county of Kock, On the Sth day of Xmcmter, A. D. ISTIi, at 3 o'clock in the nttenioon of that day, the fol- lowing dDBC'ibed premises ly-lns; nnd beingiiitlio county of Kock and Stite of Wisconsin, mid known arid described as follows, to-wit: "The noriliwest quarter of the southeast quarter of section t'.veniy-thrce town lour (4) eleven (11) cast." or pomiich thereof as iniiy lie sufficient to satisfy h.'nd, judgment with interest .Mid cos's of sale and as m-iy he selct fepfirately without material interest to the parlies in Inter- Dated September 55, 1STU. S. W.TMSI1ER. Sheriff Kock Co Wis. CASSOHAV Plaintitrs Aitorneytr, Jauesville, Wis. eep-ioiloewTw F, A. BENNETT'S :n quantity by their perfect purity and grca 4renurth; the only kinds made by a deal Chemist and Physician, with Rcicjntii'n :are to insure uniformity, healthuilness, deli cacy and freedom from all injurious Ktibstan cts. They are far superior to the cnniniot adulterated kinds. Obtain the genuine. Ob serve our Trade Marks as above, "Cream' Baking Powder, "Hand and Cornucopia. Buy the Baking Powder only in cans secure! labelled. Many have been deceived in loos- er bulk Powder sold as Dr. Price's. Manufactured only hv STJEELE PRICE, Chicago, St. Louis and C'inciimat L Unequaled Attractions ZE3I.A.TS CXA-IFS, In Hlraw, Fell, Silk, Linen, and Worsted, chciper than Ihe cheapest. Good Woo! lints for 75 cents A great variety of F1 TJ 18, IV I S H I IN" G- G- O O I> and cheap. Our White and Fancy Shirla never fail to fit. A frei'li line of Fancy Hosiery heap ami Rood. Thread Olovcs, and colored. This is an opportunity to K'JOd Hoods heap, and all In want of these goods should call and see llieui. FOOTE, Jeluilaw jo Milwaukee Struct. Among the new goods just opened by McKEY L, BRO. is a splendid line ot PAISLEY SHAWLS in new and beautiful designs at very low prices. This is unquestionably the cheapest lot of Paisley Shawls ever exhibited in this city. McKEY BRO. have also opened a select as- sortment of LADIES' CLOAKS in the latest fall styles. McKEY BRO. are now prepared to show the largest stock of Silver Grey and All-Wool White BLANKETS in the State, at the lowest prices known in twenty years. McKEY BRO offer an enormous stock of FLANNELS in all widths, colors and qualities at prices with which there can be no such thing as successiul competition. McKEY BRO. would draw particular atten- tion to a large assortment ot FRENCH PLAID OPERA FLANNEL they have just opened at low prices. McKEY BRO. have opened this morning an elegant assortment of Ladies and Gentlemen's Silk HANDKERCHIEFS in fashionable colors. McKEY BRO. invite the attention of the La- dies to a line of Kid Gauntlets which are une- qualed in quality and very cheap. McKifSY BRO., 24 and 26 Main St. Sign of the Golden Sheep. Janesville. Importations of Fall Millinery now being open- ed, for extent, variety and beauty surpass all their previous efforts, and challenge the admiration of the most fastidious. Their rich and varied display is A MIRROR OF FASHION, reflecting with fidel- ity all the hues, forms and fancies now prevailing. No pains have been spared, nothing has been left- undone to meet the requirements of the entire community. The result is the largest and most ATTRACTIVE STOCK OF MILLINERY EVER OPENED IN THE STATE, comprising Large Line of Ladies Hats. IIT WOOL and FUR FELT, VELVET, VEL- VETEEN and STRAW. RIBBONS IN ALL THE STYLISH COLORS. Cocque Feathers and Plumes, Ostrich Tips and Plumes, Birds, Wings, and Feathers in Ornamental effects. large and elegant assortment of Trimming Materi- als, Ornaments and Fashionable Novelties. Opening of the New Scale of Prices. Since I lie completion of the new addition to the Planki lecosnixcd ae he hest luilela in the coinnry--! hU IIOHSU i 3 now conceded to be one of themofl. elc-unl. Th owing sc.ieilule of prices h is been adopted, which will nu-et the requirements of the traveliu one 1C fol- K 2.50 3.1K 3.00 lie, and must bo regarded us coining down to hard-money basU L Rooms, :5d and illi floors g L Rooms, 1st iloor, Rear Rooms, 1st, 2ii and ;M Iloor, Front Rooms, 1st, ;2d and floor, ARCADE-NEW PART---THIUD FLOOE. Room ivitli Rath, Parlor ami bedroom with bath, 1 person, Parlor and bedroom with bath, 2 persons, suit! Kcnr KOOIII, lEcur Motnii tvilEi btltii, -B.OC Itcar Itcdrooai ivii.li luitli, 1 4 5O Keur I'urlor aisil bcrtroom bsttli, li S.OO Froiit ISooui, :j 50 Vroiit Room will) Stittli, 5( S'urSor tuul licdroom with 1 person, 5.OO I'urloi1 EH'droom tviiSi Im'.h, 14 persons, 9.00 3.00 3.50 4.0( 7.00 H. B. SHERMAN, Proprietor. Burners Removed to Side of Kxchsuso S-inare Child's old ttand. myself an experienced workman and crn- ployliiRuo 1 am jnaljleil sclluurk fur eost of material aad day for ANCH E T T'S tUlgUdiiwU 3VEA.X3XT Hcmlncks' Veioians. Dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazstte, Toledo, Oct. 6.--Information has been received here which shows that ntarly all oi the so-called veterans who attended tho Democratic Soldiers' Reunion at Indianap- olis were bogus soldiers, and simply hier- linijs. Of those who passed through three-fourths were too young to have taken part in the war, and the majority of them were the most villainous looking lot oi men ever got together. On the retura el Ihe Wabash train to night, a man who had charge ol a gang of 100 of veterans disclosed the fact that he had been com- missioned to recruit aa large a company as possible of this sort of soldiei a for the In- dianapolis campaign ut the iate of per head. The expenses of this squad were also and each man given for his term of enlistment. From equally good evidence it is known lhat lurge squu.ls were recruited in this manner all thruugh Michigan, Ohio, and northern Indiana. It is estimated that every car load of these vet- erans cost Tildeu's recruiting bureau nc t less than Tuu loyal people of In- diana will appreciate this, out of cornp! laent to them.no doubt, aud treat it as ,t deserves. Ijy trudiiiji with me. V. A. BENNETT. MUSIC BOOKS! MUSIC BOOKS! Contains an excellent Arrivals Of O- O O 13 Wheelock's Crockery (Jourte. House Furnishing1 Store Svlonclkl lot of new impnrtiitionp. White Granite H'tire and China. Lamu varii'ly of Liiinud, Cut lery, Plaiud SVure, Ulusswaic ;md Philadelphia, New York and Boston were euarch- ed for iicw goodd in llua )iuu, and tbcy uru now arriving. Vrlccs arc vury tow this Tall. 33 Maia street, .lanes ville. FOR SALK. A PHXETON Nearly hnilt of first-class material, vita leather top, rncl trimmed In excellent stylo. qulreor O. N. juneSUlf THE ENCORE! For Siugins; Schools Con I ai a s a line collect n of Psalm Tunes Ari- thctna. Ky L. O. EMEUSON. Besides the above there are nearly 100 paces filled yith Duets, eapy Part and Ulees lor .Practice and Kecreation. As will be eecn, tLcro are abimdanL materials of tho beet character, for making Singing Classes interesting, wide nwuiie and popular. The EJTOOIIK is also an excellent book tu use in Conventions, Academies, College Chuirs, Price V5c, per dozen. The Salutation! tMrcii Insic Booi for 18TB-77, by L. O. Brnereon. Contains a Good Collection of Secular Mneic. Contains a thorough Sinking School Course, with abundant cxerelses. But the greater part of this new and Important musical wort ia taken up with new Metrieal Tunes, Anthems, Sentences, Chanis, .fcc., The "whole conetitntes a hook quite equal to those already punllshed, which have Gauged the name of Mr. Emerson to be wide- ly known as one of the moat successful of mod- ern composers of Bacred Music. Price 1 38. Per dozen 00. Specimen copies mailed, post free for retail price. 6c IXcaloy, Chicago. Oliver mison A; Co., Boston Clinst-M. Dllnon 4: Co., 711 B'dway, H York J.H DltxonACo., Successors er, Philadelphia. wedAsat-lOwly fltillnovlO At The Gazelle Counting JEW like rivers, spring Irom cmfill catis- es. The roaring river may nob Ue divene( irom iis course, nor i he disease frcin us desiruclivu course. Taken in lime, ilHsasc, which is merely an interrupted funciion., nuty be averted the use of jSaiure's remedy. Tarrant's Scltxer Aperient It combines the medicinal properties of the beet mineral waters In the world. S OLD HY ALL DRUOLUSTS. CuCoCTTn week to fluents. Samples PKKE jHj) II 1' O VlCKIiUY, Augiifta, Maine. A P C N T r anjeTiTfuTTke Steel UnucnvlnEB HUtll Olot itic. I'rcsifluntiol Cnnditltilcs soil rapiitly. Send for circulars. N Y Kn- ____ Co. 33 Wall St, box MQSti, N Y WEST HOMESTEADS. Kxlrn Ifine Mixed with Dfiinc, ill cents, post paid. L. J.JNUB Co., Nau- BUU, W. Y. Made by F P A Clinton. Will ho sold at a bargain. JylMdav.-tf GEO, W. ELKINS, COMMISSION DEALER IN HOPS, BARLEY, AND GRAIN KENKttALLY, US N. Water St., This department is under the supervision of Miss RUSSELL and Mrs, LOVE, The former has been in Chicago and the latter in New York and Boston during the past two weeks, study- ing the styles, selecting pattern hats and bon- nets, They are both, as the ladies of Janesville know, among the most accomplished milliners in the west, They are now prepared to fill or- ders with promptness and dispatch, A large assortment of the best machine needles always on hand McKEY BRO.. 24 and 26 Main St., Janesville, Wis. Sign of ve wil sell for less than any other house in this city, as onr tacliities in buying goods Allow HMO do o as years an io ver oate. e can make line all wool Cassimere Suits from Cassimere Pants from ifO to Our Cutter, who has established himself and proved to be the best cutter in this city, is able 10 pi ve everybody a perfect fit. R R A DY-M A DP OTTTTTVfi Weareabie to sell good caseimcre X Jli JL JLT11> VT. Suits from to fH. All wool Cas- tiniurerani.sfroinfa.5t) to Our styles of 11ATS are nothing but the nobbiest aud best in ihe market. Please glvo us n ca.l and we can save you from lu to 15 per cent, from any oilier bouse in the northwest. Remember the place, Nos, 28 and 30 Main street. The Mammoth clothing House of M. 1'j gold at Wholesale and Retail. MYHR EVENSON have removed from Ouera House block to NOIU11 MAIN STHEET, where they have fitted up in ilrst class shape BOOT AND S H O HOUSE, and have tilled the same with a first class stock of goods, which they propose to eell at prices lhat will not. fail to suit. We shall keep a full line of ladics'ana misses' Shoes made by the Beloit Man- ufacturing Co which have no eqnal for style and durability. Also a :M line of goods from first class eastern makers, alwayson hand. We wish to Call Especial Notice to Our Calf Boot, Made by us Warranted Repairing noatly done on short notice. Hcmembsr Die DlaDC, Pease's Dloct. North Main ThmarSilawly____ _________________ M VIlll BVKNSON. 1'rom October 1st, the store No. 38 West Mil- waukee street, now occupied liy W. Knowlcs. It is one ol tlio best stores and best location in the city. Insurance low. Also, the store now occupied by W. J. Doolittle, the (argot and oldest hardware store In the city, lislablislied in 1840. 11. 1UCHAKDSON, Janeeville, Sepl. 12th, 1S70. ecplidtf tn tKnnn in Stock Privll- IU JPJUUU profile on Ilinitci! lialiiliiy. bpcctilators shouldcall orwrite lor our .SUSEU book, Men and Idioms or Wall St., and Weekly Heview of Wall street Sent Free, NfiW iork. liers lirolrcrs, '72 Hrond'vuv ocU'Jd) In tlie matteroi the estate of Gutrnecy, deceased. Onreaflingand filing thepctilion of Henry II. Guernsey, the eon of gaicl deceased. lhat, mid deceased, late of the city of Janesville, iu paid comity died Intestate on the 20ih day of Sept. 1870, leaving property is raid county, and pray- ing that his widow, Sarah O. (juernecy. may he appointed administratrix of tliceetufc of said oc- tt Isorclt-rcrt that petition lie heard before this conn, nt tlie oflli e ol the judjic Iliere- of. in tliecityof JuncBVilie, In said county, on the Sdth day of October ncxl, nt IU o'clock a. m. And it is further ordered, that nonce of said petition and lu'urini! be given by publishing a copy of tills order for throe successive weeks, once in i-ach week, prior to said hearing, in Hie Janesvllle Gazelle, a dally ncwspHper priiiu-d and published in the said Septomber 30th. 1870. AMOS P. County Judge. ;