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   Shawano County Journal (Newspaper) - October 19, 1865, Shawano, Wisconsin                                THE JOURNAL; a private letter we j learn that llcv.. JOHN L. HEWITT is to BRIDGE. The across county it four dollars, Calumet at three briugc Wolf River, at Kesheua, is being rebuilt 1 at two dollars per aero. T i i_ i Convinced of the manliest, injustice ot it has been [First publication Sept. 14, 18G5.] General election iVotlce. i return and labor among us for-the next in a substantial manner ceen j mcptal propositi0n I moved, to amend To (he of Shmcano County year. lie expects to return this evening.] raised some five feet and the piers made by .lowering Outagamie to three dollars j is HEREBY GIVEN that at thc SW.VW.VNO, W1M. Thursday Evening, October 19, 1805. M.VH, Arrival and Departure cj nmi SOUTHERN NEW LON- every Tuesday nnd Friday ;i.: 7 M. Arrives every Monday and TLursday at 0 I'. M. Office Krgulationi. Office open, every vrcek day, from 7 o'clock J.. M. till 0 o'clock P. M. open from 0 to 10 A. M., tn'I from'2 to 3 P. M. SI'ENCER WILEY, Pott Matter. ana will resume .his pnstorian labors on next Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. Elder P. S. BENNETT is to retain his po- sition as Presiding Eld.cr, of this District, for this Conference year; these appoint-! is sure to be well done, ments will give satisfaction to the Church j in this village. work is under the charge of Edwin R. Muidock, and whatever (iEd" undertakes To the Citizens of Shawano County. AXY pcrHon hearing of any local news will confer a favor upon us by sending it to this office for In no way can the wants and resources of onr locality be made so well known, or beneficial to the people, by local itcnis-in the JOUH.VAL. JOHN WILEY and D. II. J-'L'LC'ii'ER will continue the debate on the Xugro Suffiage question at the School llous-'c on Saturday evening next. Both riioakcrs will positively he in attendance. Tlio debate will be opened by Dr. Wiley in the Negative. Dr. Harrows, Judge IMaurcr and, perhaps, Mr. Hewitt, will also participate in the discussion. discussion, on last Satarday eve- ning, was quite a number of ladies were Dr. Narrows thought it was too dark for him two Republican Senators of. our State are Mr. Hewitt writes that, "Confor- Senator Doolittle is opposed to ence adjourned on the ninth at four o'clock negro suffrage., and Senator Howe is for P. M., after a pleasant and harmonious Banner. session." He also states that the Pres- byterians and Congrrgationalists held a Convention in Milwaukee at the same time as the Methodist Conference and heavy enough to stand any amount of Jogs per acre, when the question was debated that can be jammed above them. The i and my motion lost. I then moved to amend, by raising Galuinet from three to four dollars, and Manifowoc from two to four dollars per acre, which motion was adopted. Your charge of my "offering no objection" in the premises, would lead your readers to suppose that I sat in the Senate like a dummy and made no effort to labor for the interests of iny constitu- ents. Your own experience in the Legis- lature of last winter will enable you to UPON the negro suffrage question, the The Banner is mistaken. Senator Doo- little etated in the Union State Conven- tion that he was in favor, and should vote for the extension ot the right of suffrage of return to their mother churches. He also says there is no question as to the merits of the Negro Suffrage question among the Clergymen. Mr. Hewitt says he is grateful for the favors shown him, by our citizens, la the past and that he shall endeavor to merit a continuance of them in thn future and labor diligently-for his Master's cause. both bodies, unanimously, invited the j in this State, but was opposed to putting Churches South, that are no longer disloy- it into the platform ot the party, or of making it a test of party fealty. In short he is in favor of it himself, but hesitates about recommending the measure to the favorable consideration of his friends. THE candidate for Assemblyman, Mr. Isaac Stephenson, of Marrinette, Oconto county, is one of the best men that could I be found for that his. intimate and thorough knowledge of-our most im- new building, portant intesest, the.lumber trade, and put up by Capt. Scheers. for u Tin and the large interests he-has in the same, peculiarly fit him for our representative in the Assembly. Politically ho is sound to the core, a thorough TJd'iG to go out. RKAD article on our first page headed "The Men who Nominated Ho- should be read by every voter in ihc State. QrAKTEHT.Y P. S. 13cnnett and Rev. Mr. Hewitt will meet with the Church, in this vilnge, on next Saturday and Sunday, October 21st and 22nd, for the purpose of conducting the exercises incidental to a Quarterly meet- ing. Exorcises will bo opened with a Love Feast ut the residence of Mrs. Wiley on Saturday evening at five o'clock. Preach- ing at the School House on Sunday morn- ing at half past ten o'clock. Stove sales-room will soou be ready for use aud will add materially to the appearance of the upper end of Main street. Muun has got up his Wagon shop and wiii be ready for customers ut any time. He intends to do a general re- pairing business in all kinds of wood work. Until his new shop is completed he can be found at his residence. H. McCord has his new resi- dence 'completed and will move into it next week. It is one of the most tasty inform .your readers whether I am a or dead" member of that body, and I leave it to your sense of truth and justice to correct your statement in regard to my official conduct by inserting this explana- tion in your next paper, and oblige, Sir, Yours Respectfully, JOSEPH HARRIS. Crescent in ita remarks based on the above letter says It gives us much pleasure to publish the explanation of Senator Harris, and to correct the state- ment we made upon what we supposed- was good.authority relative to his non-ac- tion in the premises. It also affords us much pleasure to testify to the fact that Senator Harris was a "live" member; always aliye to the.interests of Outagamie county, To 00 IN have been and an I received by Col. (biddings'from Gen. Fry ardent supporter of the Government. He is sure of an a District that is noted.for the sound .Union men it re- turns' to the County Democratic Senatorial Convention. At a Democratic Senatorial Convention held at the city of Appletou, ou the 4th d pursuant to notice, j and best finished buildings in the village, i QCO Kreiss was chosen chairman and J. Mr. McCord has also put up a carriage u. M. Wigman, Secretary. On motion the following committee on _ credentials were to wit: Sle- James Grimmer, Lsq., has been re- 1 hen Balliet, John L.-Pingel and Milo pairing his residence and giving it a new Coles. coat of paint which makes it look as good to discontinue arrests of deserters from the draft. Persons who went East to see their fiiends some months ago and were taken sick; persons who went "West to the far seek their fortunes persona who went North and strayed across the line into Canada and forgot to return none of whom went South to engage, the enemy will now be able to return to general election to beheld 011 the Tues- day succeeding the first Monday, being the seventh day of November next, in the severs al wards and election precincts in the State of 'Wisconsin, and'by the qualified elec- tors of this State in the actual military scr-, vice of the United States or of this State, at' the several hospitals or places where said electors may be on .that day, the following officers are to be elected, to wit: A Governor in place of James T. Lewis; whose term of office will .expire on the first Monday of cTunuary 1800. A Lieutenant Governor in the place of Wy- man Spooner, wliose teriii of office will'cxpire on the first Monday of January A Secretary of State in the place of Lucius Fairchild, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January 1866. A State Treasurer in the place of Samuel D. Hastings, whose term of office will expire on tho first Monday of January 1866. An Attorney General in the place of Win- field Smith, whose term of office will expire1 on the first Monday of January 1866. A State Superintendent in the place' of Johii G.-MoMynn, -whose term of office will expire-on the first Monday of January 1866. A Bank Comptroller in the place of William II. llamsey, ivhose term of office wi'l expire on the first monday of January 1S66. A State Prison Commissioner in the place of Henry Cordier. whoso term of office will expire on the first Monday of January 1866. Also, a State Senator in each of the follow- ing Senate Districts, whose terms of office will expire on the first Monday of January, .1868, to wit: The Second District, Comprising the coun-> ties tf Brown and Kewaunee; The Fourth District, comprising the county f Washington The Sixth comprising tllO ourth, fifth and eighth wards of the city of ilwaukee, and tho towns of "Wauwatosa, iTeonfield, 'Lake, Oak Creokand Franklin, in he county of Milwaukee; The Eighth District, comprising the county of The Tenth District, comprising the.county of Waukesha; The Twelfth District, comprising the coun- their anxious friends. "We the Capitol when it says, "Give as new. Names of Registered Voters In the Town of Uichmoiid. The following is a correct copy of the of all voters Registered in the town ol Richmond, Shawano county, for the year IS Go: 'Mnviin, Harman II [Martin, Voter j.Mulotlo, Francis T. Sparks has put up a horse barn on his premises. Scheers, who is unmarried and has an eye for the beautiful, has hud a handsome new front put on his Black- smith shop. dosen't know him as a first class worker in outgrown his quarters has been compelled to enlarge by putting a large addition to his Blacksmith shop. The committee reported the delegates entitled to seats in the convention, to wit: Outagamie Kreiss, J. H. M. Wig-man, John L. Pingel, Geo. H. iMarston. Milo Coles, Pat Golden, John Geelzer, Stephen Balliet. iSicawano D, Wescott. Oconto C. Gardener, H. Palmer. James Don Levy. On motion the report was accepted and committee discharged. The convention proceeded to informat ballot. Result as follows: 12 votes cast persons voted choice. with them the cold shoulder everybody, and let them know that a horse thief is a respectable man compared with them. A little girl washing linen in a brook in Baron Rothschild's at Schiilers- dorf, was seized and dangerously lacera- ted by a huge qike. The child was res- cued by a gardener, who was obliged to cut off the fish's head. A "pistils, Urii'lgo. William Jerome Hr.vi-fHVp, Charles Ofsden JtnitK-h, Thomas S r.owi'.mn, Edward I'ollMirii. 'rofhett, lliivid Aaron i'lnftun, Charles Tic-Ids, lluvvcy ilriiumcr, James lirisumer, Alfred W 0runnier. James II. Grrgnow, Auguetus Jerome Lowis II William (iuvilncr, Obcdinli Gcorgo Jcremiiih Gardner, Daniel llaywood, Jmlsou A Howe, Charles Hewitt, John L Hemlricks, John C'hnrles The convention next proceeded to a I formal ballot, which resulted as follows __A. Zerwas has completed his shop j A. L. Smith 7, 35. Douglas 3, W. H. P. and is now actively at work trying to Boot: Bogan 1, C. D. Wescott 1. i tliG ununinious nominee ot tnis. words he is prepared to make boots and for genator of the 22d Senate shoes to order. district I On motion, the chairman was authori- E would especially commend..the fol-1 zed to Senatorial Committee, of Kesheua gentlemen who is bragging about a ten pounder" that recently appeared at his domicil: 0 'tis a peerless DOT Bold, quick, ingenious, forward, capable.; llo's all the mother's from top to toe." same by publication On motion the following wore appoint- ed a committee to wait'on Mr. Smith and notify him of his nomination, viz: Milo Coles. Sam. Ryan, Jr., and A. Gifford. On motion, it was voted, that the pro- ceeclings of this Convention be published TRVVFIEB'S notice that, in Crescent and Green Bay Jordon, Timothy Jacojis, llunil >.lunn, .lames jjaxlield, Fred. W McCord, Myron McCord. Myron II McGei1, Churlus Murray, Julius A Mills', John Miller, James Morgan. Harvey J MuvdooU, Kdwiu U (Morgan, Ad ward plmstcnd, kelson Olmsload, John ChriBtian Pulcifcr, John I'ulcifer, II Prickott, Talbcrt Powell, William Vomcronko, Christian Porlio, Paul Tntovs, Xiba T 'Voters, Sterling 1'ctcrs, Livingston Paul Pye, Abram Pyc, David Pyc, Benjamin Pyc, Ji'lijiih. llockwoll, AlfonRp G Robinson, Georgo Robinson, John Sparks, Dorwin T Slingorland, Jeremiah the whole House pul in good Schcers, Fred. Thompson, Jonas condition. We are sorry the new House Tehlsdorf, A Uphnm, Charles M Underwood, R Wescolt, Charles D Wescott, Hiram WeBCOtt, Marion Whitchouse, James L WhitchousCj J. Little Wiley, John Wiley, Spencer Winanu, John A Willie, John T Williams, Eli T Williams, Jereminh Wllbor, L Yoekon, Yiitslcr, AVillimn John Mason Hnmlln Cabinet Organs forty different styles, ndapteH to sacred and' secular music, for S80 each. ..THIR-. TY-FIVE GOLD'or SILVER of other first premiums awarded them. Illnstri-- ted Catalogues free. Address, MASON HAMLIN, Boston, or MASON BROTHERS, New York. Cn29-ly ty of "Waiworth The' .Fourteenth District, county of Sank The Sixteenth District, county of Grant; comprising the comprising the Tho Eighteenth District, crmprising the towns of Fox Lake, Chester, Wcstford, Bea- ver Dam, Burnett, Calamus, Oak Grove, Elba, Olyman, Lowell, Portland, Emmet, Trenton, the ,city of Beaver Dam, the fifih and sixth.wards of the' city of Watertown'. and the south ward of the village of Waupuu in the county: of Dodge The Twentieth District, comprising the county of Fond du Lac Tho Twenty-Second District, comprising he counties of Outagamie, Shawano. Oconto, Door; The Twenty-Fourth District, comprising the county of Green The Twenty-Sixth District, comprising the towns of Dane, lloxbury, Mazomanie, Black Earth, Berry, Spvingfiefd, Middleton, Cross Plains, Vermont, Blue Mounds, Springfield, Vernon, Fitchburg, Oregon, Montrose, Prim- rose, Perry, Madison, and thc city of Madi- son, in the county of Dane; Thc Twenty-Eighth District, comprising the counties of Pierce, St. Croix, .Polk, Dallas, Burnett, Douglas, La Pointe and Ashland The Thirtieth District, comprising the coun- ties of Richland, Crawford and Vernon; The Thirty-Second District, compx-ising the counties of Jackson, Clark, Buffalo, Pepin, Eau Claire, Dunn andChippe- Skirt for 1865-6. the Great Invention of the Age in HE O O S KI J, W. Bradley's Patent Duplex Elliptic-ox double-Spring Skirt. THIS invention consists of Duplex (or two- Elliptic or Pure Refined Steel ingeniously braided tigKtly and firmly to- gether, edge to edge, making 'the toughest, most flexible, elastic and durable spring ever', used. They seldom.b'end or .break, like the- single springs, and consequently preserve- their perfect and. beautiful shape more twice as long as any single spring skirt that- over has or ever can be made The wonderful flexibility and greet comfort and pleasure to any lady wearing the Duplex Elliptic Skirt will be experienced particularly; in sill crowded Assemblies, Operas, Uailroad C.ars, Church Pews, Arm Chairs, for -.Promenade and House Dress, as the. Skirt can- be folded when in uso to occupy a small place. 'as easily and conveniently as a silk or muslin dress. A lady having enjoyed the pleasure, fort and great convenience of weasrng tbc Duplex Elliptic steel spring skirt for a single day will never afterwards-willingly dispense with their, use. For'. iuisses and- young are auperion- to The Loops are with 2 ply .double twisted thread and will wear twice as-'lo'ng as: the single yarn covering whiou-is usecf on" 'single steel hoop_ skirts. The. three. rods on every skirt are also double .steel, and twice or .doubled covered to pr'evchfthe cover- ing tVoni wearing off the rods when dragging down stairs, stone steps, etc., etc., which they are constantly subjcctto-when in use. All arc made of the ncw and elegant cord-- cd tapes, and are thV best quality in every part, giving to the wearer the most graceful and hape possible, and are unques- tionably the lightest, most desirable, comfor- table, and economical skirt ever made. Wests, Bradley Cary, Proprietors of Invention, and  vorlil. in tbii aa '.-NT, and Try it! and be ijtsitcs and Vv --I Or.OCEHS, and liEAI-EUs lliruutil.uut the counUy. LINES ALLEN, OF. Offer to the public the largest and best Stock HARNESS, SADDLES, BLANKETS, and that can add to thc facilities of a first class Flouring Mill added. They aro now pre-'; _ ____ pared to manufacture as good A grade of; your remarks it, is evident that you have flour as cau be found in this section of the ____ to proposed swindle. From the tenor of remarks'it is evident thatjou have misiniormed as to my action in thc North and west of Milwaukee, Onr fasilitics. for meeting any calls in ou line are number one! Special attention paid to Harness. -Orders-sent us by mail, or othe wise will meet with prompt attention. Oshkosb, October 10, 1805. Gn33ly State. Tho facilities at the Keshena Mill, j matter accpss; will enable our aUtement and charges -ESTISTHY. fa gust, 18G5. LUCIUS Secretary of State. SHERIFF'S OFFICE, Sha-iyanp, Shawanp_ September ?FICE, "j inp'Co., J To the Inspeetors of Election in the sev- eral Towns in flic county of SlMwo.no. TAKE an election will be held in the several, .towns, and election recinctsjn said county of ..Shawano by thc ualificd electors thereof on the Seventh day of November next. pursuant to; and for the purposes as set forth n the foregoing notice by the Secretary of State.... At the.sa'me election the following local offi- cers are to be elected, to wit: A State'Senator; for the 22nd Senatorial District, comprising. Outagamie, Shawano, Oconto and Door counties, in place of Joseph Karris'wlios'e term of office will expire on the irst Monday'of; January, 18GC A Member, of the the District comprising Oconto, Shawano and Door coun- ties, in place of D. A. Reed, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in Jan- uary, 18CG A County Superintendent of Schools-in place of A. P. Knapp, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, A County Supervisor for thc First Supervi- sor District, comprising thc towns of Rich- mond aid in place, of James Scrnple, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday in January, 1860. A County Supervisor for tho Second Super- visor District, comprising the towns of Shaw- no and Hartland. in place of Orlm Andrews hose term of office will expire on the first -GEO. A. PRINCE CO'S PATE NT .Automatic Organs to Eacli. 39 Varieties, with Patent Basso Tenuto or Sub bass.' SCHOOL ORGANS AND MELOOEQNS, finished in Elegant Rosewood, Walnut or Oak Cases. EVEHY INSTRUMENT WARRAN- TED-FOR' FIVE YEARS: 'No Charge for Boxing or Shipping. B3F- Wow In N ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, con- __taining full description of style! nnd-tes- timonials of the most eminent Musicians, as to the superior excellence of our. instruments, will bo aant free to any addresa. THE AUTOMATIC ORGAN. In. presenting the Automatic bold- ly announce greatest triumph in musical instruments of the age. the half century, the French and Germans-: ufactured reed instrnments with double bel- lows and pedals for the feet to opperate, but the want of the reversed or Exhaustion Bellows, (which is the only bellows used m our made it impossible for them to produce tho mellow, rich and musical tone for which our instruments are celebrated. Another objection to this method of blow.- ing was that, both feet being occupied, no op- >ortunity was offered for the management of he swell. Within the patt, two.years instru- ments constructed on., this European plan of double .have been manufactured in this country, and to counteract this difficul- ty (want of a swell) a lever.has bees project- ed from the centre of the insl rumen t, to act upon the swell, and .opperated' by thc knee. The inconvenience and contortion necessary to effect this object are disagreeable enough to a gentleman, but to a lady the such an appendage nearly impossible.. Our Automatic device obviates this difficulty entirely, the simple act of blowing with more or less force giving the desired increase or de- crease in the volume of tone. :We lor this invention a brilliant future. THE MKLODKON AND SCHOOL ORGAN- for seventeen years the superior excellence of our Meledeons has not been questioned, and'for'two-years past the enormous demand has made it impossible for iw to meet our or- ders promptly. With our increased wefecl warranted in assuring otur patroM that their orders will be "promptly met, and solicit a continuance of their patronage. GEO. A. PKINCE CO. Caution to AH our jnslrumenU name board, in full, "GEO.. A. When ft dealer other m- nf. satre M it is usually Churehcv, Or CO., Buffalo, GEO. A. PBINCE CO., Illinois. eww. ROCKWELL k UPHASf, Jour- nal AGESTS for Shawano County, and Vicinity. A aupply of illustrated and price lists kept for dirtributiom. EYE DISEASE- Disease of the Lnnga, Liver, i nnd all Chronic and acute tr J Sutherland 'S.; has and Surgeon, vr. 1 Teeth whh the' Third S easy ot accps. wu. m.glead jQUr you allow j hM' bad roucil experience in citizens to flour their own wheat without, gtatc yo tbe facts as poscs. termP of office will KoinSoutof the county. Mr. Murdoek atthe State Board of Lqual- the firsOIondny in Bookstore, 1 w -j 1 MiU ,o .n varieties of coarse grains. RUGS MEDICINES. UK, BAUHOWS has a choice selection of drugs. j CHARLES [Wisconsin. A   

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