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Janesville Gazette (Newspaper) - October 13, 1876, Janesville, Wisconsin rf*ttOFE»SIONAL CARPS, \ \ \\\? GAZETTE. E. L. GRATES, DENTIST, Nortli Main Street, Under the Commercial Co!lege, near I he Gazette Office, Janesville Wisconsin.    Jvi9dawtf Dr. M. A. NEWMAN, Dental Surgeon. Office in Smith A Jackman a block, opposite Cie postoffice, Janesville. Practices Dentistry In ail its branches. Administers nitrous oxide gas for the painless extraction ol teeth. eep5dawly ll. ll. Bl* I.Y €11.1 RD, Attorney-at-I^aw, Real-Estate and Loan Agent, Life and Accident I (tau ranee I ii rn lilied in the best companies. Special attention given to the Buying. Selling and Renting of Real Esiare and.to'the Loaning of Money. Choice Property in the city and Farms in vicinity thereof constantly lor Sale or Kent, office on Main street, over M. C. Smith A Sou's Clothing store, Janesville, Wis. auc9dawty IM. IM. PHELPS, Attorney - at - Law. Collections mortgages made, loans negotiated foreclosed. office, I apple's block, cor. Main and Milwaukee streets.    jan31'7bJawly GEO. II. ill CCA IJS EY SURGEON]DENTIST! Office in Tall man's Block, opposite First Na-llonal Bank, West Milwaukee si. Janesville, Wis. feb27dawiy DR. S. H. GISH, DENTIST.! Office S. W. end of Zilwaukee St. Bridge, Over J. Griffith'a Hardware Store. JHLOKOFOKM, ETOSJi, AND KlilGJLENE SPRAY LSED, iani’Tld iwly    S. II. <21*11 m. D. I. «. CASSODAY. so. r. cakfxktul Cassoday & Carpenter. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Jfflce, corner Main and Milwaukee streets, Lapping block, JANESVILLE, WIS. teb3daw In FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13,1876. A Monster Balloon. M. Giffard, of Paris, has devised the con struction of a balloon for 1878 which will tar surpass any effort hitherto made in this direction. This new balloon will be formed of a resisting material, solid, absolutely impermeable to hydrogen gas, manufactured of alternate sheets of linen and caoutchouc, protected externally by several layers of varnish and coated witn white paint, to diminish the effect of the sun's rays. This balloon will have a capacity of 710,-000 cubic feet, aud will form an inurnnse sphere,—the greatest ever constructed,— the diameter of which will not be less than 112 feet. When moored to the ground the balloon will form a monumental dome IGG feet high, exceeding by fifteen feet the heifch of the Arc de T*i mphe. The balloon itself will weigh 8,800 pounds, and to join the pieces together of which it Is composed will tike Dearly tour miles of sewing, with twenty-two miles ct thread. The car rf the balloon will form a giller/ lilly feet In circumference. A circular space in the centre of ten feet in diameter will be reserved ; in the centre of this space the cable, a powerful rope of ten leches in circumference, will be joined to the upper circle by meaus of an apparatus which will constantly indicate the ascending power of the balloon. This rcri&l machine will be held to the earth by eight cables, a‘-tachid to iron rings fixed securely lo mr.- j Mmry, and will be suspended above a va*t conical basin. The car will be reached by two moveable gangways, and from forty to titty persons will be taken on board at each ascent. The cable will descend to the bottom el the conical basin, and by means of a secure system of wheels, will be carried along a tunnel, to be worked by an engine of 200 horse-power. This cable will be 1,730 feet in lengtL. The captive balloon will be placed in the centre ol a circular Inclosure, 333 feet in diameter. It will tower above the beautiful gardens, aud will form the most elevated dome in the Champ de Mars. With this balloon It will be possible to raise more th 'in 200,000 viators I,GCO feet above the earth during the contlLU&nee of the exhibition. They may ct nk iupUte from that height, surpassing that of eleven Arcs de Triomphe, the fine tableau of the city of Paris and its surroundings. M. Gilford proposes to construct this enormous machine entirely at his own expense. It will cost several hundred thousand francs. SMITH & BOSTWICK Are now receiving daily their FALL Stock of Merchandise. We shall have a buyer in N. York for the next days the sixty attending all large auction sales, consequently we shall be receiving new goods every day. It is a In -A-bstracts ot Title E. V. WHITON, At the office oa Refilter of Deeds. Will furnish aostracte of title to any lands In Rock county at reasonable rates; Day and sell real estate; nay taxes anti negotiate loans. novlSdawtf BUMMERS CARDS. G. K. COLLING. D. II. WOOD. COLLING & WOOD, CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS! Stair Builders, and dealers in Sash. Doors Blinds. Mouldings, etc. Opposite Corn Exchange aprlsdawly A. ANDERSON, Architect and Builder. Rooms in Commercial Block, over Davis Brothers’ store, West Milwaukee street. seplSdawly What Is VEGETINE It is a compound extract! from harks, roots aud herbs, it is Nature's Remedy. It is perfectly harmless from any bad effect upon the system. It is nourishing and •Mr Lathing it acts directly upon the blood. It quiets the nervous sj^leni. It gives you good sweet sleep at night. It is a pinacea for our aged fa* hers and mothers, for it gives them strength, quiets their nerves, and gives them Nature's sweet sleep.—as has been proved by many an aged person. It is the great Blood Purifier, it is a soothing remedy for ou** children. It has re ieved aud cured tnousauas. It is very pleasant to take; every child likes It. It relieves and cures all dtsea-es origi^atne Irotn impure blood. Try the VEGETINE. Give it a fair trial for your complaints: then you will say lo your friend, neighbor and acquaintance, “Try It; it bae cured me.” RELIABLE Evidence. The following unsoldered testimonial from Rev O T Walker, leu meriy pastor of Bowdoin bqnare Church. Boston, and at prese nt settled in Providence, K. 1., mast be defined as reliable evidence. No one should fail to observe that this testimo. Dial is the result of two years’ experience with the use of VEGETINE In the Rev Mr Walker's family, WHO now pronounce it invaluaUe: Providence, It. I., IGI Transit fillet, Mr. H. R, Stevens, Esq : I feel bound toixpress with my signature the high value I place upon your \ EGE TINE. My family have used it for the last two years. In nervous debility it is invaluable, and I recommend it lo all who may need an in\i_r 'rating, renovating tonic.    th    T. WALKER, Formerly Pastor'of Bowdoin Square Church, Boston. The Best Evidence. The following letter frt in Rev. K. S. Best, Pastor of the M. E. C'nuich, Na; ick, Mass , will Ire read with interest In many physicians; also those suffering lrom the same dilate as afflicted ihe sou of the Rev. E. S. Beat. No person can doubt this testimony, as there is no doubt about the curative power of \ EGE I IN E. Nati- k, Mots., Jan,1st, lb73. Mr. H. R. Stevens: Dear Sir—We have good reason for regarding your VEGETINE a medicine of the greatest value. We feel assured I hat it bas been the means of saving our son's life Ile is now seventeen years of age: for the I st two years he has suffered from necrosis of his leg. caused by scrofu-ous affection, and was so fir reduced that nearly a ll who saw him thought his recovery impossible. A council of able physicians could give us but the faintest hope ol his ever raiding; two ofthe number declaring that he was beyond the reach of human remedies, that even amputation could not save him as he had not vigor enough to en dure the operation. Just then vre commence I giving him VEGETINE arid f om that time tothe present he has been continuously improving. Ile has lately resumed studies, thrown away his crutches and cane, aud walks about cheerfully and strong. Though there is still some discharge from the opening where ids limb was lanced, we have the fullest confidence that in a little lime he will be perfectly cured. He has taken about three dozen bottles of VEGETIVE. out lately uses but lime, aa he declares ho is too well to be taking medicine. Respectfully yours, L< w If CW I Supposed Cause of Yellow Fe Ter Savannah. From the Savannah Newr,f ct. 2. Dr. White thinks that the I resent epidemic is different in very many essentials from yellow fever, as that fever has here-t< fore come under his medical observation; that it is mixed largely with the type ot malarial fever, and assimilates to what was known years ago in Charleston as the neck lever. He is satisfied that the ordinary treatment for yellow lever canuot be pursued witheffict in the fever now ravaging our city, and that the good results following the quinine treatment pursued by the profession indicates that malaria enters largely into the diagnosis of the disease. The doctor allud ing to the sanitary condition of Savannth, said that he found the city proper remarkably clean, nothing apparently presenting itself to account tor the toxic poison by which the city was enveloped ; that the scource of this poison was not found in the Springfield plantations, on the western part of the city,but that from an examination of liih-lo’s canal he was satisfied that that was the reservoir of the poison which had devastated our city. It was in a very foul condition—the numerous bars formed by the action of the tide and water created so many reservoirs, as it were, tor the poison ; the extreme hot weather experienced in July aud August had acted as a generator, and the east winds had scattered the poison to every part of the city. Dr. White thinks it would be suicidal policy to disturb one spadeful ot earth at the present time, and was very emphatic in the condemnation of any measures which looked tor relief trom the inlluentc .of the toxic poison by attempting now lo clean oui the can t]. He is satisfied that it would result most disastrously. well that Absalom as a Reformer. The reform claims of the democrats have sui jected them to a good many sharp raps duuug the campaign. One ut the bi st of these was administered by General Harrison in his speech at indianapolis recently when ba said; *‘I think Absalom was the original prototype of this modern democratic reformer. The first analogy I find is this: that Absalom was first a rebel and thee a reformer. [Laughter ! Well that is pretty close to it—as cfose na preachers generally get to it, I tho k. He took treason into his bt art against hts old father, God’s en tinted king, and then he went into the high-ways—just like Hendricks and Voorhees—and he said to the people: 4 Your course is just aud right, but the king hath deputed no man to hear thee. O-o-o-o-b-b, that I were judge in Israel! that any man that had any intl rest or matter might come unto me, and I would do him justice.* [Great laughter.] Now, isn’t that the language of Tilden when he was told of hi' nomination? Isn't that a close paraphrase of his words when be strutted up aud down like a turkey-cock, ‘Thai’s because I’m a reformer.* [Laughter.] The end of that story is the bist part of if, as it ought to be of every story. Atter nulls bow David gathered up the loyal hosts of ’sr tel a ain lo his standard, and recross*d the Jordan and defeated the army of Absa lorn, it winds up, if I recollect right, in this way: ‘And Absalom’s mule went out from under him.’ [Laughter] There is a prophecy in that vt Tse which is going to be fulfilled this tall. The result will be that the Tilden and Hendricks reform mule went out from under them [laughter] with Rutherford ii. Hayes on his back. [Great cheer ing . I” known fact, for several years past we have kept the best stock of goods in the interior of the State, and sold them at the lowest prices. We shall better Stock Fall than have a this be- ever shall sell E. fi. BEM MRS. L. < F. BEST. • Bi ©pared by it. n.sTF.i'E.rs, Boston, .Was*. VEGETINE IS SOLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS and DEALERS atrimTWHBB JB. Southern War Claims. Washington, October 7.—The democrats have studiously endeavored to mislead the public as to the amounts of the claims which were introduced in the house last winter. Their speakers maintain that no considerable amount of claims were passed. Th is was an electioneering trick. These billa were purposely and avowedly withheld un* ii alter the presidential campaign. The Ollieial books of the house have not been accessible to republicans. From advance sheets of the Congressional Record of the session, it now is possible, however, definitely to fix the numbtr and amount of tnese claims. The result is more astounding than the republican press and speakers have indicated. The total sum proposed to be approprieted is $400,000 more than our entire national debt, and amounts to $2,-003,022.380. This was done al the first session of the present congress. iOO FONTS Second Hand Job Type. Comprising an excellent outfit for a    Jo® office and including several fonts of ^ ’{J'*' ---------- — all in good condition, FOKFALE AT HALF IHA .    shot,    was oKiiviN al oust    vtam    matmm    Vt The Last of Lee. Salt Lake, Utah, Oct. IO.—At Betver, Utah, to-day, J udi-e Boreen an passed sentence upon John I). Lee for participation in the Mountain Meadow massacre nioc-j teen ye irs ago. In doing so be ca! el at-j teLtfon to the atrocity of the crime ; the in ability heretofore of the authorities to nrocure evidence that the conspiracy to murder was wide spread ; that he was finally offered up as a sacrifice to popular indignation, but that others equally guilty might hereafter expect punishment. The prise iit-r having the right under the laws of tde territ »ry to choose death by hanging, shooting, or beheading, and haying chosen sentenced to be shot to I death January 26,1877. fore, and them at a price that will defy all pretended competition. 1854.    1876. THE OLDEST DRUG HOUSE, Purest Goods and Lowest Prices for Window Glass, Paints, Oils, and all Goods in the Drug Line. A. PALMER, 81 West Milwaukee St., Jaaesrille. C. R. Palmer will be £la<l to meet his old customers, attend carefully to their wants. and will janldawiy Now Is Your Time. ■:o:> BARGAINS. Bargains/*BARGAINS. Great Arrival of25 Cases of all Hie Newest and Latest Styles of Fall and Winter Men’s, Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing,Gents’ Furnishing Goods, Hats, Ac., AT PRICES TO SUIT THE Ae., TIMES! the One Price New York Clothing House, 15 Main Street, Janesville, H is. HARRISS FRIEDMAN, or the firm of A. FRIEDMAN A OO., call particular attention of everybody who wishes to save muiuey, to call un us aud inspect Our Well-selected Stock, in all the Latest Styles, of Men s, Boys’, Youths’ and Children’s Clothing, Juat received from our New York Factory. Also a large stock of Hate, Gent's Furnishing Goods, Jewelry, Ac., Ac , at pucb low prices aa were never before offered in lins market, or aby other. Aa it takes lo much space to mention Our    T    4JIJT Prices* We will only say. that as we manufacture a full line of Clothing in New York, for the wholesale trade, we are enabled to offer yon Goods at a Saving ol IO to 15 per ecu'. Our stock, which counts of all the new styles ol Men*s, Youths’, Boys and Children's OVEZR-OO Men's and Youths'lBusiness Suits, Dress Snits, of all kinds. Children's and Boys’ I lotting In great variety. Alcoa lull ai d complete stork of G*>nl's Furno-bing Goods. Hats. Jewelry. Ac , Ac. I lean* call aud tie con vt need of our low prices. G.*j<it» shown with pleasure. Our motto— Fair dealing, one price and satisfaction guarantee! or goods ex changed if unsatisfactory.    .    w HARRIS A r Kl EDkl A Pl. ^ spr34J*weo\v    One    Price    New    York Clothing Monee, ID Main Street, Janesville, Wis. GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE. N OTICE is nEREBY GIVEN, that at the general election to be held In the several tcwns, wards and election precincts in the State of Wisconsin, on the Tuesday succeeding the first Mon day, being the seventh day of November next, the following officers are to be elected, ts-wlt: Ten electors of President and Vice-President of the United States. A Representative In Congress f it the First Con-gtesskmal District, comprising the counties of Rock, Racine, Keuo*ba, W'alwortk, and W’auke sba, in place of Charles G. Williams, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Representative in Congress for the Second Cuugret-eloua! District, comprising the counties of Jefferson, Dane, Sauk aud Columbia, in place ut Llc'.uu B. Ca*well, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day ol March next. A Representative in Congress for the Third Con-gre«sioual District, compil-lng the counties of Grant, Iowa, La Fayette, Green, Richland and Crawford, in place of Henry 8. Maroon, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Representative in Congress for the Fourth Congressional District, comprising the counties of Milwaukee, Ozaukee and Washington, In place of W ilium P. Lynde, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Representative in Congress for the Fifth Congressional District, comprising the counties ut Dodge, Fond da Lac. Sheboygan and Manitowoc, In place of Carnuel D Durchard, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Representative In Congress in the Sixth Con gressional District, comprising the counties of Green Lake, Waushara, Waupaca. Outagamie, Winnebago, Calumet, Brown, Kewaunee and Door, iii place of Alansou M. Kimball, whose term of office wilt expire on the fourth day of March next A Representative lit Congress in Ihe fieventh Congressional District, comprising the counties of Vernon, La Crosse. Monroe, Jackson, Tiem-pealeau, Buffalo, Pepin, Pierce, bt. Croix, Kau Claire and Clark, In place of J. M. Rusk, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A Kept esen tat Ive In Congress In the Eighth Congressional District, comprising the counties of Oconto, bhawano. Portage, Wood, Juneau, Adams, Marquette, Marathon. Dunn, Chippewa, Bar roo, Polk. Burnett, Bayfield, Douglass, Lincoln, Taylor, and Ash! md, in place of George W. Cate, whose term of office will expire on the fourth day of March next. A State benator for the First Senate District, comprising I he counties of Door Kewaunee, Oconto, and bliuwauo, rn place of W. C. btlverthorn, whose tot rn of office will expire on the first Mon day of January next. A blate be nut or in the Third Senate District, comprising the county of Racine, In place of Robert lf. Baker, whose term of office will expire on the first Monday ol January next. A blate benator in the fifth Senate District, comprising the first, sixth, ninth, and twelfth wards in the city of Milwaukee, and the towns of Granville, Milwaukee, and Wauwatosa, In the county of Milwaukee, in place of W. ll. Jacobs, whose term ol office will expire on the first Monday of January next. A blate benator in the Sew nth Sonata District, comprising the Becuna, third, fourth and seventh wauls of the city of Milwaukee, In place of W. It. Jacobs, whose term of office expires on the first Monday of January next. A blate benator in the Ninth Senate District, comprising the co Julies of Green Lake, Marquette and A anacara, in pluce of IL L. D. Potter, whose term ol office expires on the first Monday of January next. A blate Senator in the Eleventh Senate District, comprising the counties of Chippewa, Clark, Lin-:oJu, 'fay lur and Wood, in place of W. C. fitlver-thorn, wl.oaetciw ol office expires on the first Motdayuf January next. A blate Senator in the Thirteenth Senate District, comprising the towns of Ashippun, Beaver Dam, the city ut Beaver Data. ana the towns of Burnett, Calamus, Chester, Clyman, Elba, Em mett, Fox Cake,.Herman, Hubbard, Hustisford, Le I >• non, Leroy, Lomira, Lowell, Oak Grove, Portland, the east ward ut the village of Randolph, the towns of Rubicon, bnields, 'I ne esa Trenton, the south ward of the village of Waupun, and the towns of Westford and Williamston, In the county of Dodge, in place of John A. Barney, whose term ol office will expire on the first Monday of January next. A State Senator in the Fifteenth Pcnato Dis trier, comprising the county of Manitowoc in place ut Jonn bennet ie, whose Urm of office will expire on the first Monday of January next. A blate beuator in '.he bevenu-suih beuatc District, comprising the county of Rock, In place of Horal lo > Davis, whose term of office will expire ou the first Monday in January next. A btu beuator in mu Muciecntn Senate Dis trice comprising tee county ut Winnebago, in place of VV liliaui I*. R muds, whose term ut office will expire ou mu first Monday ol January next. A bi .ie senator in the Twenty-first Senate Distr.ct. comprising the counties of Marathon, Portage aud Waupaca, in place of W.C. Sllverthurn, and Thomas B. bCotr, whose terras of office will «xpirc on the first Monday of January next A Mate benator in ihe Twenty -third senate District, comprising the county of Jefferson and the tilth and sixth wares of th* City ol Watertown, lu the county of Douge in place of Wil .Iuut A. Reed, who#* term ut office will expire on the first Monday in January next. A Ma e benator in the Twenty-fourth Senate District, comprising the counties of Ashland, Bayfield, Barron, Burnett, Douglas. Ro* , Pierce and Croix, to ti;I me vacancy ur-castoned by the resignal ton of ll. D. Barron, whose term ol office would have expired on,the first Monday of January, 1378. a Ma e benator in the Twenty-filth Senate Dis-trict, comprising the • tty of Madison and the towns of Albion Blooming Grove, Bristol, Burke, Cottage Grove, Christiana, Dcei field. Dunn. Dunkirk. Madison. Medina. Oregon. Pleasant Springs Rat land. bun Prairie, Vienna, Windsor, and lurk and the villages of bioughton arid buu Prairie, In the county or Dane, in p.ace of George K. Bryant, whose term of «ill e will expire on the first Monday in January next. a blate benator lu the Twenty-scvwLlh Senate Distr ct, comprising the counties of Adams and . oiumliia, in plocu si Thomas M boult, and Levi W H rden. wnute terms of office will expire on the nisi Moiidai ol January text. Ablate benator In the twenty ninth Senate District, comprising the cocottes ut Buffalo, Pepin and Trempealeau. A blate Senator in the Thirty-first Senate District, comprising the county of La Crosse, in place of Sylvester L. Nevins. whose term ut of-ti «• wit! expire on the first Monday of January next. a blate benator In the Thirty -third Senate District, comprising the counties of Omaukee and VV as h I agt on, In place of Gilead J. Wilmot, whose term of office willexplie on the first Monday of January next. a member of Assembly in each Assembly dis trict in the- blate, and such county officers as are by law required to be elected al such election. An act of the legislature of 1870, for the organ izatiou of savlnzs banks aud savings societies, is al Hie s line time to be submitted to ft vote ol the electors, pursuant to the provl-lons of section 6, artic e Xi, ut the constitution of the btateof VV is-cousin, which act is as follows: AN ACT tor the organization of savings banks and savings ms-let lei*. The People of the state of Wiseomin, r> presented Bi Senate and Assembly, do enact at /allotee: btuTioN I. Any uumtK-r of persons, not lets than tweuty, may unite for tho purpose of organizing an association to receive on deposit the savings of laborers, tnt atlantes, farmers, servants, minors, and others, and to loan the same for the lieu*.’fit of such ue|»c>s:tors. They may make,sign, and acknowledge before some proper officer au tbortz*d to take acknowledgments of deeds, a certificate In writing, In which shall lie stated the name of such association, the names of the cor-jKtratorr. the name of the city, village, town, a:.d county lu which the operation cl such assoc tat .on lr to be conducted. bkCTtoN 2. buch certif!: ate shall be flied In the office ut register ut deads of the county in which the business of the sssociation is to be carried on,and a duplicate thereof shall be deposited in the office of the secretary of state. bn* TtoN 3. Such corjioratlon shall have power to enact by- laws for the government of its affairs, ami such ny-laws may prescribe the condition on which aitch deposits shall be made and the terms on which payments shall be made to the debitors by such lustiiution, and the depositors shall lie bound by the conditions enacted in such bylaws, which shall be printed and conspicuously posltor, the amount invested In loans on rea! tate secnriiies, the amount invested in stocks and bonds, the amount of funds unhand, the names of corporators, trustees, and of the other officers of such institution, on the first day of January of each year, which statement shall be kept on file in the office of such bank, and an attested copy ot the same aball be forwarded to the secre ary <1 stat* on or before the first day of February in each year. bzcTiox 12. Puck corporation shall not make ana issue any bill or promissory note to circulate as currency. Sxcnojf 13. No corporator, trustee, director, manager, nor any other officer, except the treasurer shall receive any comoensatlon for hit services in the management of such bank, nor derive any emolument therefrom; provided. However, that the president may receive tor hts services a aum not exceeding five hundred dollars, when th** deoosits shall exceed five hundred thousand dollars. MtiTioN 14. The net income actually earned by any such association shall be divided semi-ar nattily among its depositors to an amount not to exceed six per cent, a je.rou their deposits. The surplos earnings above said six per cent, after reserving a modeiate sum for a contingent fond, shall be divided among the depositors as an extra dividend as often as once In every three years. Section 15 No trustee, director or manager ol such corporation shall be a borrower or surety for a borrower of any of its funds, nor receive any money or valaaole thing for negotiating, procuring, or recommending any loan from such bank, nor for selling or aiding in the sale of any stocks, bonds or securities to such savings bank, and any such officer who shall violate any provision of this section shall forfeit tothe state one thousand dollars. Section IG. The treasurer shall, at least ten days before each meeting of the corporators, mail O'deliver to each a written or printed notice ol the day ana hour of holding such meeting, and ll he shall neglect to give such notice, he shall pay one hundred dollars into the treasury of the town or city where such bank is located. Sbction 17. The treasurer shail give bonds with surety to the acceptance ut the directors or trustees In not less than ten thousand dol ars, paya hie to said bauk, said bond to bein the custody of the president tbereuf. No prest lent, director or trustee shail be surety In the bund of such treasurer. bacTioN 18. Every corporation formed under the provisions of this act shall possess the powers and be subject to the provisions of the seven '-eighth chapter of th* revised statutes so far as ie same may be applicable Section 111. At the general election to be held on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November, in the usual places of holding such elections In this state, for the election of all offl cera required by law tbea and there to be elected the question whether this act shall go Into effect. or In any wanner be in force, shall be submitted to the people, and if the same shall be approved by a majority of all the voles cast on that subject, It shall go into effect aud Ire in force from and after the date of said election, otherwise it shall not go into effect or in any manner be in force. bx* noN JO. The votes cast on the subject specified in the last preceding section, shall be by sepal ate ballot, and shall have written or printed on each of them the words, “For an act to ^corporate savings banks,” or, **Agamst an act to incorporate savings banks,” which words shall Indicate the vote of the elector for or against the approval of this act, and the ballots so cast shall be canvassed and returned in the same manner as the votes cast for state officers and required by law lo be canvassed, and the secretary of state shall Immediately on the completion of said canvass puhli-h a statement of the result thereof, rn some newspaper printed at the seat of government, and shall communicate the same to the next legislature, at the commencement of its session, and he shall also deliver to the state treasurer a certified copy of this act, if the same shall have been approved, and a statement of the result of the canvass on the subje:t, immediately alter the completion of said canvass. Section <1. This act shall take effect and bein force from and after its passage. Approved March 13,187G. Given under my hand and the great seal of the State of Wisconsin, at the Capitol la Madison, this 2d day of August, 187G. BETER DOYLE. Secretary of State. Further notice is hereby given that at such election the follow ng officers are to be elected in the county of Rock, Wise >n»in. to wit: A State Senator lur the 17th district in place ol ll. N Davis. A Sheriff in place of S. \V. Usher. A Register ut Deeds in place of C. L. Valentine. A County Treasurer in place of B. F. Carey, A County Clerk In place of E. L. Carpenter. A District Attorney in place ut J. W. sale. A Clerk of the Court in place of A. W. Baldwin. A County Surveyor to place of Edward Ruger A Coroner In place of w ta. Taylor, whose respective terms of office will empire on the first Monday la January, 1877. Also a Member OI the Assembly in the first assembly district, compriMm; the towns of Avon, Beloit, Center, Newark, Magnolia, Plymouth, Spring Valley, UniOL and the city ol Beloit. A Mein tier of the Assembly in the se:oud district comprising the towns of Bradford, Clinton, Fulton, Harmony. Johnstown, La Prairie, Lima, MtLon. Porter aud Turtle. A Member of th>? As-embly In the third assembly dlsiiict comprising the towns of Janesville, Roca and the ally of Janesville Such election is to be conducted and the votes promptly returned, according lo law. Giver ut.der my baud and se ti and dated at the Sheriff's office, in the city of Janesville, in [L S] the county ut Rock, Wisconsin, this 21st day of August, A D 137*i. S. W. FISHER, Sheriff. 3wtd JJLGAL. ABYBMTISmBLKTS CREDITORS, County estate of Wm W htwanty—In the matter of the Letters of admlnistrwasea tr Wi this day to J W Nash, and 'tn*,ving been i.-ed to presellt^thqfk dalms for aiiowan^v* credfuS2 limited to th* MftMay of January neTt,C^/,°i? hereby given that the judge of this court, Xvi, *7 _ office in the the 2Uth< to 8 o'clock  _____ ________ Just all claims aud demands of all persons against •aid deceased.—Dated sept. 30th, 1876 AMOS P. PI sep2Cd4w I ’RICHARD, County Judge. O I RC UIT COURT for ROCK COUNTY.—Julius H. Barker, plaintiff, against D. F. Sayre aa administrator of the estate of Samuel Pound, deceased, Mary A. Pound, Carlton S. Pound, Nevada A. Pound, Ida B. Pound, Wiille G. Pound and Luckie S. Pound, defendants. By virtue aud In pursuance of a judgment of foreclosure and tale entered In the aouve entitled action, at a special term of the circuit court for Hock county, held at the village of Jefferson, la the county of Jefferson and State of Wisconsin, on the 'auth day of September, A. D. 1876, In favor of the above named plaintiff and against the above named defendants, I shall offer for sale and sell at public auction to the highest bidder at the front door of the poet office in the city of Janesville, in said county of Rock, On the BIA day of November, A. D. 1976, at 2 o'clock in the afternoon of that day, the following described premises, lying and being in the county of Rock and State of Wisconsin, and known and described as follows, to-wit: “The northeast qaarter of the northeast quarter of section number twenty-eev«n (27) in township number four (4) north ot range number eleven (ll) east, also about twenty-three acres of land being ail that part of the northwest quarter ol the north east qaarter of said section, lying south of the public highway running southwesterly toward Evansville through said forty acres of land last described,” or so much thereof as may be sufficient to satisfy said judgment with interest and costs of sale and as may be sold separately without material interest to the parties in interest.— Dated September 2!, 1676. 8. W. FISHER, Sheriff Rock Go , Wis. Cassoday & Carpenter, Plaintiff's Attorneys, Janesville, Wis.    sep25doew7w RAILROAD*. MILWAUKEE S ST. PAUL Railway. Trains Arrive. From Monroe Ad way—................11:35    n. rn From P. do Chien and west...—...— — 1:35 p. rn. From Milwaukee and east  ......5.D5    p.m. Trains Leava. For Milwaukee—  ........  11:45    a. rn For Prairie du Chien    8:55    p. rn For Monroe.............M. ••«•»•• ....o.........o. 5:30 p. rn The 11:55 a. rn. train makes direct connection In Mil Waukee with trains on C. M. A St. P. Bf for Chicago and anat. WM. B. NOYES, A, V. H. CARPENTER,    Agent. General Past. Agent. j antddawtjann 1776. EVERYBODY 1876* 9'isit the Centennial. Fast Time and Low Rates EFFECT MAY 28th: ..........Depart    7:30    P    M TIME CARD IN Milwaukee........... Detroit....mm......... .Arrive    12:U0    Neon Buffalo......................    **    »:30    P    M New York, second day.M—  ...“    1U.3U    P    M Boston mm..............   “    2:4U    P    M Philadelphia..............  “    2:OO P M The quickest Time aud Lowest Rates Between Milwaukee, Philadelphia and All Points East, -IS TIA THS- MISC ELLA SE OLS. Grand. Saven Route Detroit & Milwaukee HR And Steamship Line. BECAUSE IT IS HOT FOR RAILWAY COMPANIES ’Tis n > mason aho you should sot Keep Cool While en route to and from Nev Tori or Plaielia HT Round Trip Ticket* on Sale at a1 Frtncipai Joints in the Northwest, at Company's Offices, 305 Broadway, aaa at Dock Office adjoin* mg Union Depot, Milwaukee. This Is the only rou e having Milwaukee tor its western terminus, and Its rates are always the same lrom Milwaukee to the East as other tines quote trom Chicago, thus protecting aud identi-lying Itself with the interest of the great Northwest. Western Union Railroad. During this Warm Centennial Season. Time Table. aoixa WUST    r.    v. Leaves Milwaukee  .......6:20 Racine Junction................ 6:45 Clinton....  ..............10:20 10:50 A. Af. 12:30 5:55 “ Beloit .Northern Routes are the Coolen and Mlore Free from Dint. Freeport.. Arrive Rock Island............. 00150 KAST. Leaves Rock island.............. Freeport................... Deloit.................. Clinton  ..... Racine Jiihcuoq.m—.... Arrive Milwaukee............ Txzs E IR, I E RA I I.W AY To aud From Ntv Tori atli Piadelia And th? Erie & Lehigh Valley Ry’s To aud From 1*0!* cd in the office ol such corporation. 3acti n 4. The corporation snail annually elect by ballot a t>oard of trustees or directors, which snail consist of not less than ten. Section 5. The trustees or directors, within ten days after their election, shall elect from the members of their own ooard, a president, one or mole vice-presidents^ a treasurer, and a secreta ry; they uisy also elect from their own members a committee tm finance, all said officers to hold I heir offices till others are elected to All their places. ©action 0. It shall be lawful for such corporations to purchase, boid. and convey such real as* late as b inks of discount and circulation are authorized by laws of this et ate to purchase, nold, and convey ©ac iion 7. No more than tire® officers of any savings association, shall at the same lime be officers of utiy one bauk of discount or circulation. or trust company; and no cashier of a bank of discount or circulation shall be treasurer of any savings bank having over five hundred thousand dollars of deposits. Section 8. Any savings bank organized under this act may employ not exceeding ouc-half its deposits In making loans on personal security, and in the purchase of the public stocks or bonds of the United fcba'es. of the n* rthwestern states, to-wit: Ohio, Indiana. Michigan, Illinois, Iowa. Wis;onsin and Minnesota, of the authorized bonds ut any iucor|*oratrd city, village, town, or county In the aforesaid northwestern states. All other loans shall In* secured by mortgage of unincumbered real estate, lying at.d situated in the aforesaid norm western states. No such savings bauk shall in .est any part cf its deposit* in tt>e stock ut any railroad company, nor loan on, nor invest in, acy mortgage on real estate, except such real estate as lies in the aforesaid norm-w<.tern states. Section‘J. No.such corporation shall buy or loan any money upou any obligation on which only one perron or fit ta shall be holden, without additional security tor the same. equivalent to the guarantee or indorsement ut some oilier responsive' party. Section IU. Such bank may receive on deposit from uny one Person, in his or her own name, or in the u ime of another In one year, a sum not exceeding one t hour rn. d dot ars. Becti o« ll. The din dors, managers or trus t< es. shall annually appoint not less than two auditor?, who shall not h dine ors, managers, or trustees of the corporation, who shall examine the books, accounts, and securities belonging to such society or bank, and make a sworn statement showing i he true condition thereof, the total amount of deposits, the whole number of depot Hors, the largest amount due to any one de- PHILADELPHIA Are the,Only FIRST CLASS KTortliorn T ai ti ok. Our Steel Rail. 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