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Whig Of Seventy-Six And Beaver Dam Democrat (Newspaper) - February 15, 1862, Beaver Dam, Wisconsin County Circuit Thomas A Cummins Evan J Jones and his Eben czer Cauldwell William A Henry E W Addison David S Williams Oliver B Elias M Green Dexter cey W Moore Roberts Emmor K Haight Stowell Joseph N Ely W Brown Joseph B Lockwood abod L Gage Dater Daniel Sloan J Sanford Otis Otis Uriah M Lee Thomas Murphy Alfred and Louisa Avery Executors ot the last will and testament of Franklin G Avery deceased Ananias M eron Justin A Edwards William K Gilbert M Boyd Angus Chiaholm and Robert E Jones Defendants BY virtue of a judgment of foreclosure and sale rendered in the above entitled action on the 5th day of December A D shall sell at public Auction to the highest bidder on the nineteenth day of March at one o clock P M of that day at the office of Smith Ordway in the City of Beaver Dam State the following described property in and by said judgment adjudged to be sold viz That Real estate being and lying in the County of Dodge and State of and described as follows Twenty-six 26 feet front and one hundred and 133 feet in depth off of the east side of lot fourteen in Block twelve 12 of the town of Beaver Dam according to a plat ami surveyed by J P Brower and now of record in the Register's Office of said County ol Dodge to which plat or said record reference is here made for greater certainty of description Also the following described five School Land Certificates and all the right title and interest of the defendant J Jones of in and to the land described and agreed to be conveyed in and by said Certificates all of Mid Certificates having been issued and bearing date and executed by the Com- missioners of School aad University Lands for this all of the said certificates described lying and being in Buffalo County to Certificate Xo 77 issued to Theodore for the E quarter of the N K quarter of section 12 iu township 20 North 01 Kange 12 West Certificate No 78 issued to Robert Earle and being for the X W quarter of the N E of section 12 in township 20 North of Range 12 West Certificate No 199 issued to J lot 12 in township 19 North of Range ten the S W No 1C Certificate No 202 to J T for kit No lj in town 19 north of Range 10 W in the S E quarter of section No 16 Certificate No 203 to J T Claik bring for lot No lb in town No 19 ol No 10 West in the S J section Dated 12th rii mMm M WHIG of BEAVEK BAM FEB 15 1862 IP Paper Ware House 19 IV Boots Shoes HAS to the old Millenery Stand T Meat Market where having increased accommodations for the transaction of to the lic ot Beaver Dam and vicinity a large and well-selected stock of all kinds of Shoes LADIES GAITERS BOOTEES Children's WEAR At the lowest price N B Measures and repairing will receive prompt Beaver Dam Aug 24 1861 Machines THE FRANKLIN KEYSTONE STATE PROPRIETORS OF Humboldt Paper Mills AND DEALERS IS ALL KINDS OF PRINTING WRAPPING WRITING Drawing and Note Papers AND PRINTING INKS Also dealers in ENVELOPES OF EVERY VARIETY LEAD AND SLATE PENCILS BLANK BOOKS Copying and Writing Inks CARD CARDBOARD PLAYING GAUDS JKf The highest Market price in Cash at all times for Rags J A NOONAN Milwaukee November 8th 1861 4 GREAT CONSOLIDATED LINE CINCINNATI AND C H I C A 0 Air Line Rail Road Forty the Shortest Route to Cincinnati Indianapolis and Louisville Two Express Trains leave West Side Union Depot Chicago daily as follows A Express Sundays excepted Express Saturdays ex- THROUGH 10 C IXC my ATI and Without of CARS EASTERN Anderson aud Richmond for Urbana Dayton and all points in and un Ohio bub i H us IONS It for Fi 1 n C M dison L iu i tints in ai 3 t i L Trank i v v i for and all points ou the Ohio 1 to only 12 hours Elegant Sleeping 0 01 tr uns I Through his lino be obtained u all pi 1 R nl iu he North and at the No 183 street Chicago under the Shoiman House BRANDT E FOLLETT Ticket Agent LEWIS General Ticket Agent Ch II CHOICE SELECTED Fall and Winter A F GREAT NATIONAL ROUTE TRICES AND UPWARDS EVERY MACHINE FULLY WARRANTED IT is now decided by the best and public generally that Machines embrace latest and most important improvements ever at- 10 Sewing Machines namely The nctr Improved ing Looper and Reverse The Franklin and Slate pra the only these important improvement which now preference over all others one examine and thoroughly test them before kin selection as they are rapidly pisce of all others In iheae Machines we do away with all the com- WIRKS ol other which render them at once greatly superior to any heretofore offered the public Jor the many ent of family and These Machines make the double-lock tast sutch will not rip or ravel every fourth one be cat This stitch is stronger aud more clastic that made by hand It ia decided by judges twice as strong as die h made with shuttles and babbine Tbe great room under the arm renders them tor large work and various kinds of These Machines make the only stich with which yon can embroider Ou these Machines you can use any kind of spool silk cotton or thread These Machines are woa noiseless in operation Be sareto see them before purchasing as they are a satisfaction heretofore unparalleled They sew froo two spools without rewinding They will TUCK FEti and on heavy or light A liberal discount to the Clergy Agents and itable objects Send tor a circular and sample of work We are also agents for BLAKE JOHNSON'S AD- only one that makes the Hem on right aide oi the work AGENTS WASTES in every County Town and Bute in North-west Drafts with for be ed by express or mail E RICHARDS CO Agents for Illinois Indiana Michigan Iowa Wisconsin and Missouri Baltimore Rail Road MPR O C HE By recent important changes this Road is now furnish for uon East South Northwest and Southwest Full with all through tiams to and New the the by its Washington Branch Cleveland and Ohio and Marietta and mil trains with the Weft and New VorU or Boston the ot h ing at any of the cities Tito Washington City en loute the that can Thro gii low as bj any other rouie all night foi J H SULLIVAN n Agent Ohio L M COLE Gen i Ticke Agent Md W e bMITH Master Bal Mo 133 Lake Street Street Floor Chicago Post Office Box 3982 i u LAWRENCE Agent for Beaver Dam and Dodge County Co I i the ot the esuue if y d ON ami filn g ilic petition of Hannah of luun i t in he ly of and Stale of ihu late of Dodge lately died at his resilience in n gouds chattels and estate County and that she the petitioner is he wife oi haul deceased ami that of said estate be ed unto her the said Hannah IT Is ORDERED That eaid petition be heard before the Judge of this Court on Monday the lOib day of February next at 11 o'clock in the at the Court House in the village of in said County of Dodge And it is farther ordered that notice thereof be given to the heirs of said deceased and to all per sons interested by publishing a copy of this order for three weeks successively prior to said hearing in the WHIG OF a ly newspaper printed and at the Beaver Dam ia said County Dated the Eleventh day of January 1862 By Court LEONARD MERTZ County Judge A true LEONARD MERTZ Coonty Judge ANY quantity of the latest beautiful just received and for sale cheap by 4 GOODNOW No 8 Empire Block Beaver Dam 27 Crockery Glass Ware I trill sell Ware 25 per cent Cheaper than ever sold here by PEDLARS OR ANY OTHER MAN A P LAWRENCE cfc DR F A CADWELL or i OPERATOR OJf THE EYE EAR For Deafness Blindness And all Defects of Sight and Hearing DR C BEING A REGULAR WITH TWENTY YEARS exclusive practice in the treatment of diseases of the KYE ANDEAK will be found fully qualified to give effect a cure in any case within the reach of human skill No charge for an examination or opinion or for service DR C's Treatise on the Eye and Ear Sixth Edition of 300 Pages containing References Description of Diseases Cases and other important matter illustrated with Cuts to be had gratis by sending Twenty five Cents to pay postage Address Dr CADWELL 91 and 93 Randolph St Corner of Dearborn Chicago 6 Crystal STo This Lodge holds its Regular Meeting on Monday Evening of each week at HALL Fringe Block Degree Meetings on the Wednesday ning of each month LAWRENCE N W C T W S SMITH ORDWAY at Wis E P SMITH DAVID S ORDWAY SLOAN k at Law Beaver Dam Wis Beaver Dam Wis GOODNOW M-i of every quality of Far Em pire Beave Wis A Dam HOUSE Proprietor at the old stand Beaver J T Dealer in Groceries and Liquors Front street opposite tlie Ban It Beaver Dam Wis LAWRENCE Proprietor nf the Storp Dam and WHOLESALE RETAIL in Produce Groceries and for the sale of Machines and other new inventions LOUIS VALENTINE the Stevens Siloon where ih best may at all times be found C iRNER DRUG STORE En the Empire Block corner of Spring and Front streets E E Holt proprietor i- JOHN Gunsmith Beaver Dam Shop on Front street next door to Meat Market O Repairing promptly attended o STEVENS HUUSE ring and Front streets Beaver Dam C WASHINGTON HOUSE Beaver Dam J PROPRIETOR Located west side of the river near the centre of Good J H D Continues to profession in Dam and All calls promptly attended to DR TH KOPFF and graduate of the best German Colleges his professional services to citizens of Beaver Dam and vicinity WM DUTCHER Attorney at Law Wisconsin HOUSE LYMAN A SMITH Corner Chestnut and nea the LaCrosse Railroad Depot Rooms witit Board by He day week or month and at prices to the imes DAVIDSON street Beaver Dam Wis JOHN aud Grocer Front street Beaver Dam Wis JAMES CARNES Blacksmith the Beaver Dam Wii RICHARD THOMAS Blacksmith below the Beaver Dam Mills Madison street Oxen and horses shod on short WELLES HALE Dealers in Guns and Pistole Sporting in general Fishing Tackle Gun Material lor Gun Makers a nd Patent Gun Trap Double and single rel Shot No 15 Wisconsin Street 8 WRIGHT'S Illinois No 22 North Wells Stieet opposite Galena Depot and convenient toall routes North South and West Omnibus free of charge each Train Day Board One Dollar per Meals 25 cents WILLIAM WRIGHT P O Box 2623 Proprietor H- D PATCH Attorney at Law Beaver Dam Wis EBEN Justice of the miles Northeast of the City of Beaver Dam on the edge of Rolling Prairie will attend promptly toall business in his JUNE ATI HOUSE Wis WM BARBER Proprietor Dr J T MEHLHORN Physician and Surgeon Beaver Dam Wis Office at his Residence first door Northeast of Marks Church J D NEWMAN Drv Goods and Millenery store two doors from he Stevens House Front street Beaver Dam Wia THIS PAPER IS PRINTED IN JOHN MALONE'S MILWAUKEE STORE UP STAIRS OP THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS following Report of the receipts and expenditures for fuel for County Offices for the year 1861 the Re- ports of the several Standing Committees and County Report of the Committee to settle with the County Treasurer Your Committee to settle with the County Treasurer fully report that they have settled with Clark Lawton Dodge County as stated in the annexed balance sheet which they adopt as a part of their Report Clark Lawton in Account with Dodge County Dr Tax received from predecessor 86 Drainage Receipts I 17 00 District Attorney's Receipt f 196 26 Cash received j 35 91 State Tax collected 88 County tax collected 43 Indebtedness due from Towns collected 02 School money received from State 96 Drainage Fund HUH 451 gg lands from Town of Hubbard 528 30 Fine money collected 105 00 Deposit on suit tax by Clerk of Court 218 00 12 interest on delinquent tax collected before sale 32 93 included in tax certif at time of sale 171 18 7 collected on certificate sold 238 92 Advertising fees received from Clerk of Board 45 17 Delinquent tax received from State 191 42 Collected of A H Atwater on indebtedness in elk's office 24 89 Amount of Appropriation Bought of John Ruehl 50 J cords at 48 Wm Conrad 1 2 00 Paid for sawing and working up blocks lying Total Appropriation Amount overdrawn 00 24 2 00 in yard 6 00 133 24 125 00 H 24 Respectfully submitted CLARK County Treasurer Your Committee to settle with the County Treasurer to whom was referred the foregoing report have examined the same gether with the vouchers presented therefor and find that the Treasurer expended the amount specified above and that they have also given him credit in their settlement with him for said amount of 24 LAWRENCE L P PRESTON OLIVER ASHLEY Committee Total The same By tax certificates on hand of 1850 1851 1852 1853 1854 1855 1856 1857 1858 1859 1860 1861 77 Certificates on land in which the Interest on the same State has an interest Or 11 7 63 16 11 33 32 388 709 86 17 Certificates recommended by Treasurer to he cancelled 15 By paid State Treasurer Paid State School money to towns and wards to Drainage Commissioner 426 County Orders Poor Orders Juror Certificates Court expenses 736 Certif of Clerk of Board on cancelled certificates Register for recording marriage certificates 14 for fuel Board for Prisoners for Stationery for Printing Proceedings of Board 96 20 88 20 28 76 87 88 04 40 15 52 42 30 62 88 96 16 14 07 36 61 82 70 24 59 00 00 133 624 300 94 40 00 13 25 5 00 430 00 562 50 437 50 75 46 311 388 116 130 49 57 51 56 32 55 EDWARD HOHL Dealer jo Groceries Liquors and Hardware Dam Wis Mad for Platting by order of Clerk of Board for Lights for court house for Table for Clerk of Board f of Salary of District Attorney i Clerk of Board Town of Hubbard for lands of 1859 Portland do do Delinquent tax on State lands Personal property and illegal to towns Discount ou depreciated money Deposit in Dodge County Bank lost Paid Town Treasurer's for making returns Deposit of P Clark 2408 Drainage receipt as per predecessor 17 00 District Attorney 196 26 Uncollected County tax 207 10 1 pr ct on receipts and disbursements less 60 paid predecessor 734 64 Going to Madison 3 times 2 with state tax 1 for schl raoney 45 00 By Cash on hand 37 Total 77 Your Committee to whom was the report with in- to cancel on the books of the Clerk of the Board and Clerk of the Circuit Court the County Orders Jurors and ness Certificates allowed on account with the Treasurer in said settlement respectfully report that they have cancelled the same on said books Accompanying is a list of vouchers of the Treasurer for money paid out by him and also of the amount of Certificates which now remain in tbe hands of said Treasurer The cancelled County orders and receipts jurors sheriff's and witness are herewith returned to be destroyed as the law requires The orders of the Superintendents of the Poor are herewith returned to be disposed of as your Honorable Board may think proper Your Committee would further report they find that all the Poor Orders the Superintendents of the Poor issued since the commencement of the County Poor System except those with presented yet remain in their possession Your tee is unanimous of the opinion that the practice of allowing the Superintendents to retain said orders together with the order book is contrary to the spirit of our statutes unsafe as regards the interests of the County and the good name and reputation of the Superintendents your Committee therefore recommend that your Honorable Board direct said Poor Orders to be dis- posed of in the same manner as cancelled County Orders jurors and witness certificates We find upon settlement with the Treasurer that there now remains in his hands the sum of eleven hundred and eighty-three and dollars AH which is respectfully submitted CONNOR L P PRESTON Committee OLIVER ASHLEY RE FOR T of the County on Firewood To the Board of Supervisors of the County of The Treasurer of Dodge County would respectfully submit the D J J W AUGUST REPORT of Committee to settle with the Clerk of the We the undersigned Committee appointed to settle with Thorn the Clerk of the Circuit Court beg leave to submit the ing Report and move its adoption That there is in his Lands the sum of 00 jury fees amount claimed by the said Thorn was upon which the Committee allowed the sum of and that an order issued to the said Thorn for that amount Your Committee further report that the record of judgments known as the old requires binding and that the last book of records should covered with that the probable expenses of the same will be dollars Your Committee recommend an appropriation of that sum to the Clerk of the Court and that he bej directed to procure it to be done in his own presence and file with the for the ture November 21st 1861 REPORT of the Clerk of the Board of To the Honorable Hie County Board of Co: The Honorable County Board at their last annual session charged me with certain duties on the performance of which I feel in duty bound to report to your honorable Board and as I have endeavored to discharge my part therein honestly and faithfully and to the best of my ability I hope and pray that the honorable Board will grant their approval in the matter By a certain Resolution passed by said Board I was directed to collect from my predecessors in office the following sums which were due from them to my office to from Edmund Sweeney the sum of 11 and from Fr A the sum of 96 Of this I have been able to collect only the sum 03 of said money he told me had come into his own hands the balance of the money charged against him remained in the bands of Richard Mertz who had agreed with him that he would pay it and the same was stated to me by said Beckel in regard to the mousy charged to him but as Mr Mertz has paid nothing to me on these claims neither has Beckel paid anything nor has Sweeney thing more than the aforesaid 03 there is now still due and un- paid from Beckel and from Sweeney 08 I have informed our District Attorney of the fact and given it into his do not know whether he has proceeded against them or not The Printing of the Proceedings of the last Board 1 gave to the lowest bidder according to the directions of tbe Board as follows the English part to Can Huntington of Beaver Dam for the sum of 00 and the German part to Herman Lindeman of for the sum oi 645 00 By the said Board I was also directed to cure a set of plats and field notes of the lands within this County and the sum of 650 00 was appropriated for that purpose I have complied with the request of the Board as near as possible and have got up a set of good and correct plats of the several townships in this County for which purpose I employed a good draftsman who made the maps under my supervision the eost of which amounts 50 and I paid tor the binding of said maps amounting in all to 60 what I expended and on which I have drawn from the County Treasury the sum of 00 In relation to my doings as agent for stationery I present herewith to your honorable body the of goods bought and the vouchers for money paid on said In this matter I would call your attention to the fact that the Legislature has passed an act at their last session see chapter 116 of 1861 in order to comply with which I was obliged to get up a set of new Tax Records for the Office and for mine also and although I disliked to run the County into these expenses the County Treasurer insisted upon and I had to get said books There were different styles and schemes got up for these books but as they were rather expensive and complicated 1 have got them up in such a as to make them most useful and convenient for the purpose and the least expensive and hope tho Honorable Board will approve thereof I present my account of Redemption money received and disbursed since the date of last year's settlement and take the liberty to state that I have disposed of the depreciated bills in my of- fice under the advice of Mr our Hon Chairman as di- by the Board at their Special Session in July last and in order to avoid any additional loss to the County I sold the same for Gold and received for 00 of such depreciated bills the sum of 9504 31 making a loss of 69 for which I hope the Hon Board will allow I also present herewith an account of other moneys ed arid disbursed for the County in which I hope this Board will find every thing straight and correct Under the present tax law it ia my duty to apportion the State tax to be raised by the County amongst the several towns and as the State Board of Equalization has raised the real estate in County 14 per cent and left the personal property as returned I was obliged to apportion the State Tax accordingly arid charge different per centage upon the real than upon the personal property The result of such apportionment I herewith submit to this Honorable Board for approval In conclusion I would call the attention of the Board to the fact that there remains a considerable amount of deemed the tax records of my office which by comparison with the Book of Entries I found to have been taxed entered and would submit to you the propriety of cancelling mch illegal sales and have them cleared from the books of tbe County All of which is respectfully submitted November 12th 1861 JOHN C HALLIGER Clerk of Board of the Committee to settle with the Clerk of the Board The undersigned Committee appointed to settle with the Clerk of he Board of respectfully report that they hava settled with John C Halliger Clerk of the Board and find his accounts correct as stated in the annexed Balance Sheet which the Committee adopts as part of their John C Halliger in Account with Dodge County Dr 11 By cash on hand at last year's 33 Received redemption money from Nov 11 to and including Nov 9th 1861 see Schedule A 30 26 Collected of R Mertz 64 64 Received by James Thorn for R Mertz 60 00 May 31 Collected of ES Sweeney 46 03 Total so
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