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THE SUPERIOR TIMES.
Thursday, Sett. 22nd, 1870.
The annual meetings of the several
school riots will be held on next Mon
day evening at 7 o’clock.
All dry goods, calicoes, delaines, mus
lins, sheeting, cloths, flannels, &c., selling
at cost at Schultes.
(hr,!, net fishing has been very profit
able this season so far, and those engaged
in the business feel sanguine of being amply
repaid for their outlay and labor.
Some light-fingered gent the other even
ing, entered the meat market of J. M.
Davis, during his absence, and took from
the drawer a five dollar bill.
Mr. .1. M. Davis, proprietor of the “Bulls
Head Meat and Vegetable Market,” has con
structed an awning in front of bis establish
ment, under which is displayed the articles
i:i his lino.
Geneual Makcv, Inspector General of
(he IT. S, Army was here a day. or two.
He examined the Bay and Harbor entrance,
ami we understand be formed a very fav
orable opinion of both.
We noticed men employed by our town
authorities at work repairing the covering
on Quebec pier last week. It was much
needed, and that thoroughfare is now safe
for man and beast.
We notice that Judge Perry, is fixing
up bis Insurance office, in the Post Office
building, in a substantial manner inside, and
improving the looks outside by (lie display
of neat and tasty signs of the companies lie
so ably represents.
Ax interesting suit, involving twentv-five
■dollars, in which Jacob Sigel was plaintiff,
and L. C. Clarke defendant, was before
Justice \\ heeloek on Saturday last. The
verdict of the jury was in favor of the de
fendant. /
I he Sidewalk on Uohertson Ave. from'
Second St. to the cemetery, lias recently
been thoroughly rebuilt and repaired. Our
town authorities deserve credit for this, as
well as for many other much needed im
provements made this season.
Qt auteklv Meeting Services of the
M. K. Church will be held 'next Sabbath.
Kldev Chaffee, of Minneapolis will preach
at 3 o clock P. M. in tlie Presbyterian
Church. At the close of the public services
the sreraments of the Lords Supper will
be administered.
J. D. Skixnkh Esq. engineer of the State
Line Railroad left town on Tuesdey last,
•with a co'-ps of assistants to comp.ete tiic
survey of the road from the state line to
the Northern Pacific Junction, above
Thomson. His field operations will prob
ably occupy about three weeks.
Superior people visiting Duluth, can always
rely upon getting a good, square meal at the popular
Restaurant of Mi ssis. Oliver Ames & Cos., whose card
appears elsewhere. This Restaurant is situated on
the Point, convenient to the Ferry Dock, and its table
is always supplied with the best the market affords.
The proprietors arc worthy and accommodating young
men, and arc deserving of patronage.
J. McGitrk, Blacksmith was brought
before Justice Wbeelock yesterday for
.assaulting Mr. W. Allen the previous eve
ning. Mr. Allen appeared to have suffered
rather hard treatment; his lace beiugcon
sidcrably disfigured. McGuire pleaded
guilty and was fined, besides being bound
over to keep the peace.
A sharp thunderstorm burst overthe town
early yesterday morning. The lightning
struck a stake near justice Whee Jock’s
bouse on second street; he saw it splinter
the stake, and then divide into two
branches which darted into the ground,
making two holes the size of a man's hat,
about a foot from each other.
Nf.Mukus of Duluthians are visible on
•our streets every day. Barring their pre
judices against anything not Duluth and
Minnesota , which are quite pardonable un
der the circumstances, they are a set of
■good fellows, whom we are always glad to
see. and if they will only step into our office
and leave §2.50 apiece we will send them
the Timks a whole year for nothing.
■Oi'R much esteemed citizen, John T.
Morgan, Esq, is having built a neat two
story dwelling bouse on Fourth St., near
Hollingshcad Ave. We are not advised
whether it will be used as an intelligence
office,for the development of the great north
west, or will be occupied by himself and
his intended. We are inclined to believe,
■however, that the above described premises
will be for rent.
Last Sunday the new time table of the
L. S. ifc M. R. I?., went into effect Trains
now leave St. Paul at 8:30 a. m. and reach
Duluth at 0:d0 i*. At. Leaving Duluth
17:20 a. m., they arrive at St. Paul at 5:20
v. m. Through freight trains now run reg
ularly ou the road. This change is quite
an accommodation to Superior passengers,
permitting easy onr steamers
with the trains on the day of their arrival
at and departure from Duluth.
The Duluth JTmnesotian favors us with
the following notice ; we must inform our
cotemporary, however, that Superior will
not be content with only one Railroad ;
one of the articles of her creed is, that she
will have at least half a dozen by and bye.
■ The Superior Times is the name of a
new paper just started by the good people
lover in Superior. It appeared as a one
pnge sheet this week, but is to be a six
column paper. It presents a neat typo
graphical appearance and is issued by an
incorporated joint stock company. No
body in particular appears to be its edi
tor, but we must say that this department
is an improvement on their last newspaper
apology. The polities and religion of the
new paper are Superior and the Stale Line
Railroad.
ARRIVALS AT SUPERIOR HOTEL
J. D. Skinner, St. Paul; Thos. Smith, Indianapolis;
M Wheeler, Oneota; Geo. Wheeler, Fondulac; E. J.
Knight, Fondulac; E. S. Wheeler, Fondulac; E. T.
Telletson. Fondulac; G.ll. Keith, .Minneapolis; D 11.
Mullcgar, Madison; P. S. Crowley, Minneapolis; W.
Sharp, Ohio; W. W. Hungerlbrd, L. S. A. M R. R ; A v
M. Doe, Ottawa, Canada; G. McMullen, Mimicapolist
C. E. Sweet, Duluth; D. 11. Burbank, Henderson,fK.Y.
C. Burbank, San Francisco; D L. Kelley, Fondulac/
——
T)ie<l:
At Superior on Friday 16th inst, Frances, wife of
John II Uphaiu, Esq.
At Superior on Saturday 17th hist, Henry Sizer,
Esq.
SUPERIOR BAKERY.
:i >7 WEST SECOND STREET.
BEEAD, PIES, CAKES, Etc.,
constantly on hand.
I respectfully solicit a share of the public patronage.
A. Amloi'son.
Hiram Hayes,
Attorney at Law,
SUPERIOR, - WISCONSIN,
PlO NeejV b.vk ery.
FREDERICK BISHOFF
Takes this method of informing the public and Ids old
friend- and patrons that he has returned to Superior
and established his
BAKERY
at the old stand, corner of Xettlcton Avenue and Sec
ond Street, where he will, as in years of vorc, always
keep on hand the largest and best stock of
Fresh Bread, Pies, Cakes, &c.
Also Candies for Sale.
amities and others supplied daily at their res
idences with fresh bread.
JEdii •am Hayes,
LAND AGENT,
7
Superior, .... Wisconsin.
01.1VKR AMES. NELSON STONE.
Oliver Ames & Cos.,
have opened a
FIRST CLASS RESTAURANT,
in Monger Building on Minn. Pt. near Ferry Dock.
DULUTH, ... MINNESOTA.
Table always supplied with the best the market
affords, and no pains spared to please guests.
The patronage of our S’ujterior friends veiling I>n
hU/i, is most respectfully solicited.
Dan Board, - - $6.00 per Week.
Hiram Hayes.
L ANl> AGENT,
AND DEALER IN EXCHANGE, WARRANTS,
SCRIP, AC.,
Attention will be given to the purchase and sale of
REAL ESTATE; location and entry of lands, Exam
ination ol Titles, and Payment of Taxes for non-resi
bents. Enquiries by Letter promptly answered.
E. C. BECKEE,
ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW.
SUPERIOR,
DOUGLAS CO.. ■ • WISCONSIN.
JUST OPENED]
Superior Meat Market.
THOS. GARRETY, Proprietor.
All kinds of Fresh ami Salted Meats constantly on
hand. Also fresh vegetables. Give me a call.
Established A. D. 1857.
William Cranwell,
REAL ESTATE AGENT,
OFFICE 343 2ND STREET,
StPKRtoR, .... Wisconsin.
DR. S. S. WALBANK,
X > li > vsi<*iaii A Surgeon,
OFFICE IN HOTEL BLOCK.
All calls promptly attended to.
Superior, Wisconsin.
SUPERIOR HOUSE,
M . L.A VE RY ,
I’roprietor.
KUGLKU & SCHAFER,
§&£ 0j 01C ,
Second St., - - Superior,
IKast Side of Coddington Itlock.]
WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, &C.
TWO FIRST-CLASS BILLIARD TABLES.
T ii i :
Wakelin House,
S. WAKELIN, Prop'r.
X->i-ia* Board, SIAJS.
I*. E. BRADSHAW <fc CJO„
'
DEALERS IX
DRY GOODS & GROCERIES,
Second Street, opposite the hotel.
We offer all poods in our line as low or lower than
can be bought elsewhere. 3-
THOMAS CLARK,
jr
All orn e y at La w 9
Probate Registrar and U. S. Court Commissioner
lor Douglas County, Wis.
Removed to No. 282 Second St.,
SUPERIOR - - - WISCONSIN.
School Meeting.
Notice is hereby given to the qualified electors of
Schtol District No. 1 of the Town of Superior, that
the Annual Meeting of said District for the election of
officers, and the transaction of other business will be
held at the school house on Becker Avenue, on the
last Monday, being the 26th day of September, 1870,
at 7 o’clock in the afternoon.
JAMES BARDON, District Clerk.
Dated this 20th day of September, 187<>.
WHEREAS SIXTEEN PERSQNS
have associated themselves together, under the
provisions of Chap. 73 of the Revised Statutes of Wis
consin, for the purpose of publishing a newspaper in
Superior, in said State, under the name of the “ Su
perior Times Printing Company. Now therefore,
Notice is jtekeuy oivex. That the first meeting of
said corporation will be held at the office of E. W.
Anderson, Jr., No. 317, West’ Second St., in Superior,
Douglas County, Wisconsin, on
SATURDAY, THE BTH DAY OF OCTOBER, 1870,
at three o’clock i*. m., for the purpose of formally sub
scribing stock in said corporation, and organizing the
same by the election of five Directors, and transacting
such further business as may lawfully conic before
such meeting. S. S. Waldank,
11. N. Setter, E. C. Becker,
D. G. Morrison, 11. W. Shaw,
Jos Curran, James Bakdon,
H. M. Peyton, E. W. Anderson, Jr.
WHEREAS TEN LEGAL VOTERS
■ ot the County of Douglas did, on the first day of
September, 1870 file with the Clerk of the Board of
Supervisors of said Douglas County, their request in
writing for a special Election to be held, at which the
question of issuing the Bonds of the said county for
the purpose of purchasing and subscribing Stock in
the Superior A State Line Railroad Company, to be
held as the property of said County shall be submit
ted to the people thereof. Now, therefore,
NOTICE
Is hereby given, that a Special Election will be held in
the said County of Douglas, on THURSDAY, THE
TWENTIETH DAY OF OCTOBER, LS7O,
commencing at the hour of nine ocloek in the forenoon
and closing at the hour of four o’clock in the after
noon, at the ofliee of the Town clerk of the town of
Superior, in said county, No. gy:t West Second street,
in said town, and the question then and there to be
submitted to the Electors of said countv, is as follows:
“ Shall the county of Douglas issue bonds to the
amount of three hundred thousand dollars for the pur
pose of suberibing stock in the Superior and State
Line Railroad Company, to be held as the property of
the said county, according to an act of the Legislature
of the State of Wisconsin entitled “An Act to author
ize the county of Douglas to issue its bonds and take,
stock in the Superior and State Line Railroad, approv
ed March i!d IsTO”
All persons voting in favor of issuing such bonds shall
have written or printed upon their respective ballots
the words:
“For Issuing t/cc Bonds 0/ the County of houghs''
YES.
Those oppose!, the words "For Issuing the Bonds of the
County of Uouglas.” —NO.
RICHARD REEF,
Clerk of the Hoard of County Supervisors.
By D. C. Rklk, Deputy.
STATE OF WISCONSIN, DOUGLAS
County Court.
In the matter of the last Will and Testament of Hen
ry Sizer, late of said County, deceased.
On reading and filing an instrument in writing pur
porting to be the last will and testament of Henry
Sizer, late of said county, deceased, and also the ac
companying petition of Deitrich Schulte representing
among other things that the said Henry Sizer lately
died at Superior, in said county; that said instru
ment is the last will and testament of said deceased,
and that he the said 1). Scfauttc is the identical person
named and appointed in and by said last will and tes
tament executor thereof; and praying that a day be
appointed for hearing the proofs of said last will and
[testament: It is ordered that the proofs of said in
strument be heard before the Judge of this Court on
Monday the seventeenth day of October A. D. 1870,
at 2 o’clock in the afternoon of that day ; and that
public notice thereof be given to all persona interest
ed by publishing a copy of this order in the Superior
Timks, a weekly newspaper printed at Superior in said
county for three weeks successively prior to said dav
of hearing. TUGS. CLARK, County Judge. !
Dated September lit, IS7O. ;>—t
Douglas county court—in
bate.
In the Matter of the last Will and Testament of Mar
garet Case, deceased.
On reading and filing an instrument in writing pur
porting to be a oertifud copy of the last Will and
Testament of Margaret Case of Chenango Countv and i
State of New York, deceased, also the accompanying I
petition of E. C. Clarke of Douglas County and State
of Wisconsin, representing among other things that
the said Margaret Case died at Oxford, New York, j
August 23d, A. D. 18CI. that said instrument is a cer
tified copy of the last Will and Testament of said de
ceased, and that he the said petitioner is the Identical
Ethan C. Clarke, named us one of the legatees in said
last Will and Testament, and that neither of the exe
cutors named in said last will reside in this state, and
praying that a day may be appointed for hearing the
proofs of said last will and testament of said Margaret
Case, deceased ; It is ordered that the proofs of said
instrument be heard before the Judge of this Court,
on Saturday, October Bth A. D. 1870 at 10 o’clock
a. m., at the Otlice of the Probate Judge of said Doug
las Count v.
And it is further ordered that public notice thereof
be given to all persons interested by publishing a copy
of this order for three weeks successively prior to said
day of hearing, in the Superior Times, a weekly news
paper printed at Superior, Douglas County.
CLARK, County Judge.
Dated Superior September 14th, 1870.
Douglas county court—in pro
bate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Samuel Webster,
deceased.
On reading and filing the petition of E. C Clarke, I
administrator of the Estate of Samuel Webster, de- j
ceased, representing among other tilings that he has
fully administered said estate and praying that a time
and place be fixed for examining and allowing his ac
count of his administration, it is ordered that said ac
count be examined by the Judge of this court on Sat
urday the Sth day of October next ensuing at the
office of Probate Judge; and it 5- further ordered,
that notice thereof be given to all persons interested
by publishing a copy of this order for three successive
weeks prior to said day of examination in the Superior
Times a weekly newspapci published at Superior in
said Douglas Countv.
‘TITOS. CLARK. County Judge.
Dated Superior. Sept. 1 Uh IS? 1 !.
i
General Election Notice.
JJOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
| at the General Election to be hold in the several
! towns, wards and election precincts in the State of
W isconsin on the Tuesday succeeding the first Mon
day, being the eighth day of November next, the fol
i lowing officers are to be elected:
A representative in Congress from the first Con
gressional district, comprising the counties of Mil
waukee, Waukesha, Walworth, Racine and Kenosha,
in place of Halbert E. Paine, whose term of office will
expire on the fourth day of March next.
A representative in congress in the second con
gressional district, comprising the counties of Rock,
Dane, Jefferson and Columbia, in place of David At
wood, whose term of office will expire on the fourth
day of March next.
A representative in congress in the third congres
sional district, comprising the counties of Crawford,
Grant, Green, lowa, La Fayette, Richland and Sauk,
in place of Amasa Cobb, whose term of office will
expire on the fourth day of March next.
A representative in congress in the fourth con
gressional district, comprising the counties of Dodge,
Fond du Lac, Ozaukee, Sheboygan and Washington,
m place of Charles A. Eldridge, whose term of office
will expire on the fourth day of March next.
A representative in congress in the fifth emigres
sional district, comprising the counties of Brown,
Calumet, Door, Green Lake, Kewaunee, Marquette,
Manitowoc, Oconto, Outagamie, Shawano, Waupaca,
Waushara and W intmbago, in place of Philetus Saw
yer, w hose term of office will expire on the fourth day
of March next.
A representative in congress in the sixth congres
sional district, comprising the counties of Adams,
Ashland, Barron, Bayfield, Buffalo, Burnett, Clark,
Chippewa, Douglas, Dunn, Eau Claire, Jackson, Ju
neau, La Crosse, Marathon, Monroe, Pepin, Pierce,
Polk, Portage, St. Croix, Trempealeau, Vernon and
W ood, in place of Cadwallader C. W ashburn, whose
term of office will expire on the fourth day of March
next.
A state superintendent to fill the vacancy in that
office occasioned by the death of Alexander J. Craig,
in place of Samuel Fallows, whose appointment to
that office by the Executive will expire on the e.cction
of his successor.
Also, a state senator in each of the following dis
tricts;
Ist district, in place of David Taylor;
3d district, irt place of Lyman Morgan ;
sth district, in place of Win. P. Lynde;
7th district, in place of Henry Stevens;
9th district, in place of Win. J. Kershaw ;
11th district, in place of Nelson Williams;
13th district, in place of Hamilton 11. Gray;
15th district, in place of Lemuel W. Joiner;
17th district, in place of Charles G. Williams;
19th district, in place of George Reed;
21 st district, in place of IraW Fisher;
23d district, in place of Win. W. W r oodman;
25th district, in place of Win. W. Grisw old ;
27th* district, in place of Charles M. Webb;
29 th district, in place of Geo. D. Waring;
31st district, in place of C. M. Butt;
33d district, in place of Satterlee Clark; whose
respective terms of office will expire on the day pre
ceding the first Monday in January next.
Also, a member of the ass< in dy in each assembly
district in the state, and such county officers as are
required to be elected at such election.
Also a proposition lor an amendment to the con
stitution of the state of Wisconsin is to be submitted
to a vote of the electors, as set forth in the follow ing
act:
AN ACT to submit to the people an amendment to
section eight [Bj of article one [lj of the constitu
tion.
PREAMBLE.
Whereas, The legislature of this state, at its annual
session for the year 1869, proposed and adopted, by
a vote of the majority of the members elected to
each of the two houses an amendment to the con
stitution of this state, in the following language:
Resolved by the Assembly, the Senate concurring,
That section 8 of article 1 of the* constitution of the
stale of Wisconsin be amended so as to read as fol
lows: Sec. 8. No person shall be held to answer for
a criminal offense without due process of law, and
no person for the same offense shall he put twice in
jeopardy of punishment, nor shall be compelled
in any criminal ease to be a witness against himself.
All persons shall, before conviction, be bailable by
sufficient sureties, except for capital offenses w hen
the proof is evident or the presumption great; and
the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus shall not
1 e suspended unless when, in cases of rebellion or
invasion, the public safety may require it. Ap
proved March 9, 1809; and
Whereas, The foregoing proposed amendments to the
constitution of the state were duly ratified "and
agreed to by tne legislature of 1870, and approved;
therefore,
The people and the state of Wisconsin, represented in
senate and assembly, do enact as follows ;
Section 1. The foregoing proposed amendment to
the constitution of this state shall be submitted to the
people at a general election to he held on Tuesday
succeeding the first Monday of November, 1870, and
if the people shall approve and ratify said amend
ment by a majority of the electors voting thereon,
said amendment shall become a part of the constitu- |
tion of this state.
Section 2. The form of the ballot in voting to ap
prove and ratify said amendment shall be “against
the grand jury system,” and against said proposed ;
amendment, “for the grand jury system,” which shall |
| he on a separate ballot, and shall be deposited in a
separate box to be provided for that purpose, and all
persons qualified to vote at any election in this state
shall be deemed voters on this question.
Sections. The votes east approving and ratifying
or disapproving said amendments shall be counted
and returned by the inspectors of the election in all
respects as votes for the slate officers, are counted and
returned, and the officers, now designated by law to
canvass the returns of votes for state officers, shall '
canvass the returns on this question, at the same time I
and place and under the same regulations and restric- 1
tions now provided by law for canvassing and declar
ing the returns of elections for state officers.
Section 4. Within three days after the determi
nation cf said canvass, it shall he the duty of the can
vassers to certify the result of the said canvass to the
governor, who shall thereupon, without delay, make
proclamation of result.
Section o. The secretary of state is hereby re
quired to include the substance of this act in the notice
of the general election for the year 187".
Section 6. This act shall take effect and he in force
from and after its passage and publication.
Approved, March 17, IST".
Given under mv hand, and great seal of the
(Seai.) State of Wisconsin, at the Capital, in Madi
son. this thirtv-first dav of August, A.D.
187". ‘ L. UREKSE.
Secretary of State.
Owen Sheridan,
SfclCONl) St., SITEKIOR,
DEALER IX
Iron, Steel & Nails,
IleaA'j mid Slielf
iiiiWiii,
Stoves, Paints,
Oil, Glass,
w Putty, &c
R. G.COBuEI,
i
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROCERIES,
—AM)—
PROVISIONS,
SECOND ST, - - SUPERIOR, WIS.
I have now on hand one of the largest stocks of GRO
CERIES AND I*RO\ I SIGNS, on Lake Superior. To
enumerate the articles would be superllnous. Mi
stook is complete in every branch and will be sold at
a small margin for CASH. My stock of
BUTTER IS A. NO. 1.
I have, also, a large supply of
FEED,
MEAL,
CORN,
OATS, &C.,
CALL AND GET PRICES.
I would also say that my
PEANINU mi ll ,
On the Superior City Dock is in good running order
and working up daily the large supply of
Seasoned Lumber,
Which I have just received. Contractors and others
will find it to their advantage to give us a call and
examine our work. We make
DOORS, sash. window:frames,
AND
indow I Hinds to order.
SUPERIOR!
HEAD CENTRE OF THE GREAT
UNBOUNDED UNIVERSE.
MEW GOODS,
AT LOW PRICES.
Vincent
No. 366, West Second Street,
Has on hand a. choice and well selected stock of
08T GOGBS.
'
PROVISIONS,
GROG EEIES,
CLOTHING,
HOOTS AND SHOES,
i
LADIES WEAR,
Fancy Notions, Etc.,
All of which he will soil cheap for Ready Money. So
come forward all—Sec and Examine for yourselves.
Call early and call often, and frolic sure and bring
enough money l.Jg3
sand Hells Furs.
11. SCIIUTTE,
Corner of Second St., and llollinshoad Ave.
Superior, - - Wisconsin,
Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
GROG ERIE S ,
—AXD—-
FLOUR,
MEAL, &
FEED,
CANNED & PRESERVED FRUITS,
CROCKERY AID WOODEN WARE,
—ALSO—
DRY GOODS ,
CLOTHING ,
ii a rs ,
c i rs,
BOOTS ,
SHOES ,
For sale by the Barrel, Case or Bottle a large selec
tion of
CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS.
PROPRIETOR OF
Str. Geo. S. Frost,
BRANCH STORE
IN DULUTH, ON BAY DOCK.
1870. 1870.
- CHICAGO, MILWAUKEE, AND
LAKE SUPERIOR
LINE STEAMERS,
Regular laine,
CUYAHOGA.
Captain Den. Wilkin®,
CITY OF MADISON,
(’apt. Clias. M. Davis.
ALSO THE
ARIZONA and anew boat building for the Grand
Trunk Line, will be reserve boats, and take place in
the Line as business may require. Three regular
boats will commence on the opening of navigation
making regular trips between Chicago and Ports on
the West Shore of Lake Michigan to
DULUTH & SUPERIOR,
And intermediate ports, Sault St. Marie. Marquette
Houghton, Hancock, Copper Harbor, Eagle Harbor,
Eagle River, Ontonagon, Hay field and La Pointe; one
bout leaving Chicago, the other Duluth and Superior
on same days in the week.
A. T. SPEXCER, Ag’t.
Wharf and Cattle Yard bet. Wells and Lasalle Sts.,
North Side, Ollice No. 2, North Wells St.
Merchants and Mining Company’s Orders for
Merchandise and Supplies,
Solicited and promptly filled at th'' Lowest Market
Prices and lowest rates for Commissions and freight.
A. T. SPENCER,
C. F. .V SPENCER, Agents.
No. 2, North Wells St , Chicago, 111,
Ci'sn.Man kCo , Duluth Agents, over P. y.

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