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THE SUPERIOR TiIES,
PUBLISHED AT SUrDLIOJi, DOUGLAS CO.. WISCOXSIL BT THE SUPERIOR TIMES PEfflßl6 CO. TERMS: - - 02.50 Per Axxum. THE NEW ERA. Railroad enterprises in Northern Wiscon sin and around the head of Lake Snj rimy were mooted at a period s early, an-1 no seasonable —that is at a period o far m r.d - mamls of the Northwest —that their failure for a time was a necessary consequence. Out of nothing, nothing comes. And so costly an affair as a railroad ran t have enough carrying trade to justify its con struction. Chief among these enterprises of an early day in the Northwest was a projected run way from Hudson, WD., to the i: Rake Sup and . ind 1 t > ■mi Mississippi and St. Croix valu.-ys wild tlm gvea' route of the Lakes. Thru was :ft ward made to inch: \ hr.sue. i ■ A< : . . and thus the whole ] opulation oil l e‘ northern lake border of Wisconsin ! ...d ' ;Nr attention directed to the S r.ili u. the . r tcr from w hich their pros;., rity :. o and come. In fact the hopes and t p-etntl of the Wisconsin towns on Lake Stq were year Hudson road, th.atits pro peels became th measure of their pr eels, and th wlai-. r of their discontent abated or inc rcas. 1 the probabilities of actual wore, uv- u ihc road were strength-.-ned or dm;i nod. and. In the absence of any bush ;- re r for building the road, it became the spur: of speculation, and for nearly fifteen yi ar.- was bandied back and forth h) tin b ttle-i dores of confiictirg interest--. But ibis though sport to the >pecm-tors was “and atlf to our immediate prospects. 1, ; • i made the upper lake communities of Wis consin heartily sick of the word railroad," and that large number, who in every com munity arc governed more by impulse th n reason, gradually imbibed a large share of incredulity as to the su cess of any railroad measures whatever in tills quarter. But this feeling of late lias been as base less and unreasonable, as were the extrava gant hopes and project s of a doca le and a half ago. The rapid settlement of the re-' gion south, and wed; the. development of the Minnesota railway system; the prelec tion and commencement of transcontinental railways, of which tue grandest, actually commences but 25 miles west oi us, ad toll us of anew era on Lake Superior, and in Northern Wisconsin. j And now, as if to convince the most skep tical of the entire I}' 1 }' changed conditions un der which this whole region is advancing to an immediate and wonderful prosp rby, we see even the long delayed Hudson & Superior R. R. taking a step in advance . that is has never 1 then before. It pa-ses into the hau of the 1 men of the most enterprising cities of the A e.-R. We se< ■ active measures in augural*. 1 even at this late time in the year. Bonds un called for and promptly vote 1 by towns interested; the iron Is ordered at once; We grading is rapidly being complct -1 and ties put down on the first section ot twenty miles, and the trade will he laid for that distance before the wow flies. As to the gentlemen interested in r.h building of this road, their reason- for building it. and other interesting items wo refer our readers to the following article from the Hudson Star A Times of Get. C: The parties p of capital, and railroad Apcricncc. D. A. Bnmwin, oi this citv, and Messrs. K V. Drake. Tin; tec Til : ; "o;i. J. 0. Burbank, A. H. \V ildor, R. Biakcly, A. B. Sw k- Hcy, and John S. Merrhnu, ot >t. I’aui, ar<' the UKnlnj spirit a. Our reader* ail know of Mr. Bahnvin ■■ us a railroad man, and wc can assure them T , other parti- *at e the represent an v o men < • I . m . who have not only acciunuiaU i t-.-r t' ■ m Iv * 1. - • tc fortuncs, b to a groat degree projected, cc n.= Um i ..mi cmUclicd many of the railroad eaterpi i ; in ta. The movement to pr h ■ wi:n the work on h I Su perior road this full, grew out <d t • <’•, >ir to have tn< land grant renewe I. : . ;. ■ ' would be doubtful mile-* ; t ~‘ that the men who pro;-. •*ed to oh- at:; it v . r i faith, and did not ■ to cor.tud the .t ! noses of speculation. The enterprising citizens of fnis city n-. e I . la bored for an outlet to btke b .pe; eu-, i ■ . • such an outlet would dev* 1 -p a vast cc- may, r •. a v : natural resouu s. on the lin >n tne make Hudson an impoitai i cmum •rclal e ' i : - citiz. us St. Tani :r present connection whh Lake bn. : ’ • c : > controlling the Missisa niiui from St. IV. il to Pula'm . , ••.<’. h" o - ■ ■ hostile to St. l*aul interests, u.d ’ . . !..v ‘ - thrown its influer.ee in favor vf th<- nv’i t water and Minneapolis. TANARUS! is is a tact jo •net; y i. and rstood. Owing to this fact, and to the and r.o C St. I' ? v to have a competing outlet to i.akc Sr.;- n -r. tleaicn wo have named, and oil. -i . ,■■■< go, c > -u; (it ens that on < r ain conditio hold of the road from here t > Superior, • ad : : iron, and put the cars running t e pn -v, . winter. Th conditlot ! towns on the line of the roa ' . have ah • cc. . . with. 1 he ri .hi < f v, a holding the deeds t all I;; t.> i i:> and. The towns of Klchmo 1, Star IVrvie and St., have pledged them.- 1 . vo to v ; i ■ ■■' ’1- • amount oi S‘ia,t >• • it. exeh.i- a I ■. a .a: . u.o is pledged to td pledges are sure to be r< de .- as .. • ui num of responsive parties in this city and in tl towns mentioned have giv- r. j • rs-n.nl i*< - - ; -’.it them. The negotiations were clmad on fm at ba.at p au j. The gentlemen who - to Io ' : th ■ ■ np'pnc? CJTTDI?ISI)rM> h:t,R *nr^ci jL Ixidi bU r JcLjcvlsj _..p jl imijto, H VOLUME 2. i have made arrangements to hi •'in tLa work at once, i \V<. vi.-i- pro.- ..t ;vhe V:.. v oni jred by tclo i graph to ’>=• imi.i-. dirtely shi; ned, and we suppose it is now on the way. Provision.: have also been made to co: pi * tin- a.;- and h ive the ties laid, so as to begin putting down iron as soon as it arrives. Tiiis movement means business. There is no doubt of its sii’ccss. Within a few weeks the cars wiil be running from this city to Richmond. And we coni:- dentlv believe that with this portion of tin put in operation, that tho renewal of the laud grant can be secured, and the entire line to Lake Superior built at an early day. Hereto!' >rc men controlling this road have been reside.its abroad, and have used it for par ion, giving i iti of their Intention to build It. Now tlr* (re ties inter ested live on the Hue of the road, and hat !<•<•:■( inter est- to be promoted by its rncMoa. They .ire putting in th. ir money in good faith, and can go before Cos; done nding in- extension of tho grant as a measure of -imp? ■ and epparont justice. Nev<-p box no i- -vet:.. i>;- -specis of this city and the eonnn ■■ *-. ’ > ■ ;r-■ -: '■ • a : • \y. T!> - builtiin " • is ■ : >. u .ib ie, ;• ■. .. j.ir-.y . liy ■i . business the like of which ve. have never seen. Of the net if this entcrprisi on tl is city and tho country adjacent, and on other railroad ent-rptisea projacted in du- :cii n, wc will sneak in ! detail hercuft r. ■IOV/ EAILKOAD BU: I NESS 13 DONE AT SAINT | CLOUD. Tiio city of St. Cloud, Minn., has long been considered by the people of Superior ns in Uiunv resneots a companion an tl ally j in the waiting and working for better times. And conse pientiy we are glad to record that a late railroad enterprise heartily en tered into by the citizens of St. Cloud, lias met with gratifying success. It appears that on Thursday, August 31, tho M. yor of hi. Cloud with the Railroad (Am; iittec of the City Council visited Mon. sco. L. Tg-. ker. Fresh lent of tho St, Pe.nl A Pacific R. R. to aset-rt .in w hat encour agement St. Cloud would receive toward making it the interest of the St. 15,I 5 , cc P. to cross the Mississippi and establish a depot at that place. Mr. Becker encouraged them to work the matter up, and tho Mayor and party returned home to put affairs in shape early enough for the action of the Xonhern Pacino Directors on the 12th. of Sept. The council was convened on the Ist of that month, and called a meeting of the citizens for Saturday Sept. 2nd. The citizens meet ing promptly and unitedly adopted forcible resolutions, and appointed a competent busi ness committee to act in unison with the' Committee of the Council in perfecting the arrangements for bringing the St. P. A P. through the city. On Tu . lay S nt. 5 the representatives of the road were on hand conferring with these coir .mttces, and in specting the ground. A satisfactory prop osition was offered and received, the snb stance of which was a donation of the right of way; depot ground not exceeding twen ty acres; and city bonds to the amount of 055,000. Jt was of course in due time laid before the Northern Pacific Directors, since* which but little was heard of the matter til! it was telegraphed from New 1 ■ ■ k to St. Paul on the 20th of Sept, that DeGralV & Cos. of St. Paul had. contracted to construct the iitie from St. Cloud to Pemoina about 350; miles, to be completed before January 1,1 i 73. So by this time next year St. Cloud | will probably bo enjoying the fruits of her I wise and prompt action, iot if she bad , faded entirely it would not have been her fault, and all the work from beginning to end as f • • as St. Cloud was concerned, was accomplished in six days. Her citix is wisely united as though of one opinion and one interest till they had secured their rail road. And that is the way to do. No other course will bene lit a place in six day.-.-, .or si-' 3 ars, sixty years. There is something for other towns to learn in the spirit and busimw compact ness of the resolutions adopted by the cili mei ; ng. They were but four. The ; first spoke of the question of obtaining the railroad ■ uul ple< rl t ire it. The third, urged -.mion an 1 , action. T’u fourth caiie 1 t bi a comsiiittee to act. A part of the third resolution, aid cx-1 tract - irom tlie Mayor’s quotin.r since they apply to other places as! well :.s St. Ch-nd, The resolution reads: j Resolved, That we doom a dilatory and vacillating) policy, at this crisis, detrimental to tie- best inter. -Is: ..T the citv, and we urge e;.-n all good citizens the no- 1 v> ,-;tv of united, harmonious and energetic action. | T:uj 'Mayor in the course ot* Ills remarks j said; j St. Cloud V.l it now within her power to secure all l ’ ch: A w i died and bop- and for, through long years of. I iribulet >■ o nee could overestimate the import* 1 an*. - -? of tm -■_ r. a- now presented; a hailing or v- r.urious poli- v would be suicidal : we must not only ’ i :*v* ’ , ;. harmony, but energy end celerity, in j whatever vvc g>. An objection it scorns was made to the wordme; oi tlie to si. .csoiiitdoif. iinn. ii. L. (fordoa, expressed himsclt as dif.satJ.in u with the strong terms and in the first resolution; ...... . . . :i the; ■ 1 were l be si- mu to the tempi,.';-' that it woul-i oe better to Uao rei: nuluer term then “vital' in ik-signaiing the degiee of import ance at; ji -. t u. c:.c■ : y t. city. To lids ill-inn J (iUplay of love I zeal t.;e May . i ; i p!l I: Ar to the object hs. u g i by tl.e last speaker to tac >U'OI .1‘ til . -I. U ! Ii t ; fitrl iut iOll, ' iiv ,:a\ • said main he cons! ' i 5 .• 1 ■ ; ■ (o sp -ak cut pi.ii.il, what n am • that nothing less i than th* sc- >-g > ■ t w >uhl • tbi vHr.y.Ry, l.v -..wag October 14th,ibti. tVs foldings, on the subject under consideration, .Mr. Ik ckcr and tlu- Company know, quite us veil as wo hi re know, the importance to Ist. Cloud of the work they propose; we can certainly lose nothing in >a, by i y to 1 the fact. What St. Clou 1 has to fear is apathy and internal dissuntion, not out-spoken and . After this pointed speech the resolutions wire carried without a single opposing vote. And for such prompt united work St. Cloud deserves tho success she has at tained. With such work Superior will succeed after her “long years of tribulation.” And we may say with the Mayor, “ what Supe rior lias to fear is apathy and internal dis twnSion, not out-spoken ;;:m. uv R e- g .Na tion to secure our ends.” But while every city and village in the Northw* -t is making ready for its share of tho coming harvest of prosperity, we cannot behove that Su perior will delay another month in view of the lino opportunity she now has to build her first railroad. RAILWAYS TO THE EASES PAY. The Chicago Railway Review says: A ;. .end i::civr •in o. v:.• by our principal rail way- i Sown by their return.-: for July last, which yield ;vmils ;i~ cornyured with several pre ccdiiig month? e love July is To. The Union Pacific shows an inerea.-o for the lir-t time this year. The following table shows tin* nirniiigs aid how they can pare with the corresponding lime of last year: Kn-uii. 1-Tl. 1870. Increase. C.-iilral I’m-iSc $ Si .mo $ T'-'-V" f : •■. •• : CKirnga awd Alton SSHB 4'117.14:4 (?.. C l, Cin. -t lad. 31 l>r, 5 2? tWMS Illiuois Cent 1 71185:4 627,215 87, CHS ■ Oincin. 1; i,572 lit . . 1 " Jtidsigau ’-ntail B*l4 Wl ei.t-M >hi- & 211.:,,V4 2!j, - si‘i ill I‘Hoitic of Miwouri -s'.'.o’a S'-. ;■ i 5,07 - Ct 1-. ■i: .c ■ -not&iu i .i m i., 1 </u> ;■ Wa . & West 6 . H Si ,756 Union Pacific *t>US,ls7o Wr,lis Z 1 ;ili Tata! ♦Ainirosimate. This table would go to prove incidentally that railways increase their earnings more rapidly in proportion to their acting as trib utaries to Lake routes. Compare the Tol. Wab. A West, running from St. Louis to bake Erie, with the Ohio & Mississippi miming from iSt. Louis inland. Compare th- latter also with Chic. & Alton running from St. Louis to Lake Michigan. And note the short Mich. Central between two Lake routes increasing its earnings more rapidly than Union & Central Pacific com bined. j'nruTY-xi.vE American vessels were wr eked during the mwah ~f September. Only one was a steamer. TEE OCEMf'ori’IEE .. . WHOLE FORESTS CON SUMING. Whole Towns destroyed. C'OUXTJES DEPOPULA TED FA RMS DE SERTED— WE ■RE 0 P MIL TERRITORY LAID WASTE— MEN j EURE EE ALIVE BY HUNDREDS ! While lit o public attention is so strongly! attracted to the astounding spectacle of a groat city in i! antes, wo, of Wisconsin at least must, not forget the thousands oC poor sufferers who Lave lost nil by the tremen dous deluge of fire in the pine forests around Green Bay. Wc have no heart to cuter into details. The statements that come to us arc heart rending. We feel like saying with the St. Paul Pioneer of trio 12th: Tin? horrors of the Chicago calamity rre outdone by th • ghastly cnnsmpicucn- of the tire m the Vi'i-eon..jit nenGsula. The story is positively sickening. Hun dreds of people have been roasted in the raging flames, an 1 who! towns have been actually depopulated by the burning up of the inhabitants. T'm particulars arc horrible enough to make comment on thorn both dish. ■ dal a; i unnecessary. The towns of Peshtigo, fue nominee, and; oilier smaller places 0:1 dio western shore! of i.- recn .1 y, and the villages of Vv'ilUarns port, Fauslvilie, and other places on the pewins iila east of ( ireen ay, were totally ' destroyed hy lire with tin? loss of many I lives. Around Pcshligo alone 800 lives ; wore lost, and a uGpateh of the lith from 1 Green IGy says that the loss of even 500 lives in Is id Peshti is no j ger- I alien. At Williamsport 55 were burned. 1 At Farh'tvillo s . f nit lies. At Bush Creek, . At Poshtigo the fire- swept suddenly from j ; the woods ou Sunday night, and the people j had not time to get out of their houses, j A"no wore saved but these who could; . 1 1 -r ; 1 v.-l’h n lull: ediumat* 3. Thousands u fire, an how many people have been burned in the j • woods it ia. imp ibie to sny. Those who j I have escaped iron) the farm.-, an 1 towns of j the burnhig ('! trim, have docked by hun ' dreds into the t urn if Green Buy. . ’id' jis much needed. W iiat our town has sent n• : , . -uJ ihem v. ill be mo t worth} Kr'iij t loos • who have hut V ail. Th# Host Terrible Gcn- cl And | era Times!!! T ? ISardßg ef Vh:: :,:., , VE OC coffnssst. TH 'id U a COX Q UEK An .H 15N '. 1 i Y < r < Cub reader; are ,-adly fimiliar with de lorn die news-of the destrai -L>n t (H: -am. Ly lire. Fanned by a strong southerly gale the liames soon raged beyond control, leaped the South Bran- h, and with fear'd! speed swept from block to block dirccdy through the busim ; -< heart of the cit y. El evators, banks, churclu; , hotels, stores, newspaper buildings, railway depots, pub lic edifices, ail the palaces of marble and iron, that stood between Harris >u Slnet am? the river front of tho South bi le—all in fact that gave significance to the name of Cine ago—wont down in ( n.'a- 1 ran. The lire now grown to a vs, of b. . seized tho North Hide, and swept to ! ’ji cohi Park, burning everything in it - way until at last on Tue .-lay after no ,n it ceased for want of fuel. The horrors of the Ik e were of course indescribable. The knowl edge that the city was doomed; the power- Icssness of effort; the appalling glare and roar of the flames; the swbiaess of their approach; the constant explosion.; the outcries; the falling wails; the rescue of tho sick, the children, tho helpless; tin yjng too nd fro .. sands, pale, bewildered and frantic; the loss of tho savings or accumulations of a life time; the uncertainty where to pro, what to do, whom to trust, how to got the necessaries of life; all this and a ihousan ’ parti mlars iLy of the scene cu that first wtTd id.,]-; b ggars description. I n.t those who have over been familiar with the majestic buildings that towered with one continued palace Lout along the business streets of Chicago, can imn (un til at they must have looked down on wild tion that night, as the insatiable flame whirled toward them, and the im mense multitude surged along in advance. Tho destruction of property has been t li mated at several hundreds of millions. Thu : trn ider: I tima j i ~. .; . two and three hundred millions, an incal culable sum of money lo the ordinary mind. Gloomy forecasts of the financial future of the country have bt xi indulged in by leading newspapers in speculating upon the results of the con Ay-ration. Wall y i. will its us of fear. But the latest news from Chicago is more encouraging than the earlier reports. Many of the banks have found their treas ure uninjured, and have resumed bur-in esc..; • ewspaper men are a< ;ain pul Li filing their papers, the Journal, Post, Tribune an 1 others among them. Some of the eastern insurance companies, at one time thought ruined, expect to pay tin. ir quota. The saved abstracts of title wifi save the doe.ls. The express companies arc all right. Perm of the elevators and depots escape :. ninny important papers were rescued. ih.vl, Loiter & Cos., and J. V. Fnrwe 1 A v.-. with other leading business bouses have already resumed business. Pass eg rs and freight now make the usual connections. Om engine of the water works will be g)- ing in a week. The Chamber of Co:amerce i | and many important buildings are to be rebu ill immedi ate 1 y. And it would seem that in this ago o i lightning decision, and railroad work, even | so huge and overwhelming a calamity as ; that at Chicago may bo repaired. It is a| accessary centre of trade in its location; | the business qualities of its merchants com- j maud all confidence and any amomil cl Civd.it, in the country, an i -c will the i:; terest of the whole country to rebuild Chi cago. The same feeling in the country which insures that fact, may and si h. save us from any approach to a monetary nanic. A republic that pm--ad thrum A a - without a crash cau, with care, tide itsd ■, I But for the present, C hicago is a ruin, ns in want. The nation from ocean I ’ ocean lice gem.- \ • • p pourei 1 ” > tsbarg, aid other cities give t'.mr I" !e. •‘ • • ! thousands iu casii, and send miv, ti. : e- -■* provisions and clothing. Cities of smaller nopal;.tion give their tens of thousands. \ illages give their hundreds, and soon the | attUctod city'.v; :l be abundantly supplied, v • n •*. <• -ii nobly according to its means. ■ hiny of the lionieless ones have been gratuitously ■ ..wy c d away from Cln ,:yu to nd.. ~oor. cities and towns, and ■ ry c : >rt is being made to re *r *■' t/'C imm .-oj,. ■.• *.• nig caused .; tliifL CSCASTjuJi IOR AND ST. C2OIX i' ■ WKSMTi, 1 i) h..>wiijg' sections of , * -. . ~ ,c* pro * iSien-j of t n title are now of particular community, as regulating the rub- . iyi: .11 on the part of Douglas : ital stock of the Superior Si, Croi.t it ■ . ' Company—a matter * abo.it t-. 1 ■ 'd cited to a vote of the electors of he county : ■ tion 2. The < mpany by this act created is here by r: u: i .1 epowered to survey, locate, and h'sea thil cl. .:; ■■■ ana re-locate, (so as j ' t: i route) and to construct and complete, per:, lually to have, use and enjoy, and up rate the s id it..!road w'th one or nee, over and Jong the following rates, that la to say: beginning at some convenient omt oa u.e west shore ot the ban of Superior, or or l ihy sooth shore of the >;:y of St. Louis, in the county <o I>‘j nnas, rnaui, <j thcucy southerly by a route us <Ji y: ■ v to:sc -.bl •, through the counties of 1 1 . too via Croix i.M: u -i fin-Ison to Pr, scott, with a branch oi cxum.dou r aiming westerly front the above designated !’?■ ot ,;ia;:h.!: hi l>o -c- untt „o -uch point on ••• M‘.:;n ot.. boundary north of th j Kemadji tiver as ■ ■ - - • . id rail r ■ id cotiiptny. • on in. f lhe EC .-oral count lea, towns, villages , o : or eontigi ous to the lino of the said ;>y tins a t authorized to be constructed, as the aioo may h.-r- after he locate! and established, arc, •and eaeii of them : -s herein- authorized to aid in the cons! met.oa of ■ aid railroad, by subscribing to the u p-of the company and paying tor the same in money, and le. n.;g a special tax to raise money for that pc.rpO' *, or by i.-.-uing bonds to said company in payment tor ■. and stock, and lowing taxes to pay the bond 11< establi a sinking fund for the gradual redemption and ultimate full redemption of said bonds at maturity; and for tht so purposes the boards of supervisors or officers of such o< untie- or towns; the boards of trustees of such on ,6- ly, shall i ve power to m ate c.d arr.-n, • the terms and conditions upon which ■d aid -h ul be granted; to enter into all proper c s with said company in relation to the same, h o Unances and regulations pertain ing taereto, or to the taxes to be levied under this ot, n..y no expedi ;it and proper and consistent v. i iiw : (, that before any such aid shall be "Wii- ted or contracted for by any such conntv, town, 'illagc city, the question of granting the same shall uii 1 to a vot ■of the electors thereof respect ively, ar. here in after provided. Section 1.7. Whenever lh ‘ president and secretary * ! 1 ■ ■ v ! Superior & .St. Croix Railroad Company ' shall certify under their hands and the seal of the i company to the authorities of an v such county, of ud 1 ■' li . •• and through or contiguous to such coun ty. v.we, vibr ••• or city, it shall be the duty of the I'n’-i. ritie-. .!i of, :..rembeiore mentioned, to call a : ■* decti- i ' > ivt.-i i ac the question whether aid ■ vented to rod company in the manner pre ue pr • utng suction oi this act. Such , ■ if oo ended, notice thereof shall be given, hall be prescribed and all reguia rmin :d by the pro i per anil* . ;:i< .• hereinbefore mentioned of aueh conn tow . villages and cities, so that ttte question be | fairly a' mitied to a vote of the electors. In case at ; any such election the majority of votes shall be against id, 1 ; >ei ■ul may !ft r ! velds, in their discretion, call another election upon tho uric subject, and the same shall be conducted in ' a like manner. e if: at any emotion authorized by this I act, ; ay st .•nty, town, village or city shall vote i in k-vor of granting such aid by a majority of the votes cast at • •lectio;;, than the authorities thereof shall ; ■'.■■• and ■', •rei.-c, in their discretion, the powers con -luj o : tl. ■ ij ceding ti >ns of this . .and a’l cn: Uaci- made by them by virtue thereof, .-hall be van-l ami enforceable according to the true hit; nt s:id meaning thereof. ■ ;• - • ■ several counties, towns, villages . company, as authorized by this act, are hereby author ized severally to own, control and dispose of the same •u tim same mane a in individual might do, and to | vote upon the same by agent duly authorized, at an i * * itockhold* rs of the said company. | . ee :..rn 2< ‘.si pr ipt rty which the company hereby .cr ‘ de enl:eeizo.l to appropriate, take, possess, refer, is 1 ; : : ".red to he : ;t ’ r public use as soon as the com li ;v -di.iil .-.o f-ppropriato, cake, possess, hold or use i the same. I. It is 1 i : that in the j : mi nt of tie- h: -I ':iuro f this sir. y the objects of the corporation ben by cn ted cannot be attained under the gone ml laws. 'm mn l: . Ti b is hereby declared to boa pub lic act, and the .-nme, immediately after the passage thereof, shall be printed by the s'.-ito printer, and be In fail force and effect from and after its passage. Approved Meich 15, 1870. , M. L. AVERY, Proprietor. Hiram Hayes, a t lavii 9 y at Law, V 7 st tpe n i or? wis c oxsi n lil-£a,l23L 'jt.lz&y iOSj LAND AGENT, Ft r&aioa, - Wiacaxsiy. " JAuIiI3~BAEDdiT aTT ; CISOUIT COURT. SCPERIOR, - WISCONSIN. LhwOE fAB OLAE-tI, .v 11 ■;> ne y a-1 Ua w 9 Probhtc v> -r-- u.."" and I*. S. Court Commissioner lor Donglao Cove.::;., -.Vis. L • ove. to 'j~ ■. oeeoiid ft , W. r JSB - NUMBER 6. vertising Scale. 6 mo’s. 1 yew 1 , ia'e, ? ].’>j v 1.50 £ 2.00 p 4.00 $ 6.00 flO.eO . [tiart-i 2.00 3.t>o 4.00 7.00 10.00 15.00 - p;ar. , SOO 400 0.00 10.00 15.00 20.00 ‘ i foao 7.50 10.00 15.00 22.00 80.00 18,00 J!."0 96.00 60.00 112.00 18.00 22.00 30.00 50.00 30.00 oft i lintsof UUUo I tyi'e. business car’? 5 lines or le-s fy.OO a year. 1 ! u , . ii . . ;in-ni: charge I at the rate? proscribed by stat u!o. - il- inil - per lino for each insertion. • paid for in tdnactj all Other? quarterly. • >• n >t otherwise ordered continued, will bo con liMicd • '.til • Inrod nt. and char n.I accordingly. rertia hnUm until the adver tisement is paid for. ISSG. :iERIOR ■ i- OFFICE, NO. 047, WEST 2ND ST. E. W. ANDERSON, JR., old on O mmi u ion.' 2 Examined and correct abstracts furnished. Paid for non-residents. . FT ats Located, and all business in con ■ ;i v i L lit i Dilute promptly attended to. ‘ .Me ~ OtS and Lands in and around SUTE iLAC, for sale. . 7. ;"d- oil ravin i -1 -t .. n;s id very accessible, for sale. -f n and Domestic Exchange bought and sold. .. Tickets to and from all parts of Europe for sale. —th an experie ce of fourteen years in this see ted in all that pertains to •• : ivest in or around ' ; P' 1 * or or Duluth, or having property to sell would Uv well to confer either in person or by letter with W. Anderson, .Jr., KEAL estate broker, b PEiaou City, Wisconsin - , Peter E. Bradshaw. John W. Bradshaw. 2nd St., Sutekiok, Wis., We have recently received a large and well selected stock of which we are selling at the LOWEST MARKET RA TEE. We do not claim to sell goods at, or below cost; but we do claim to sell them at prices which will give satisfaction to our customers. DRY GOODS: In tils department will be found a general assort ment of DRESS GOODS, and trimmings of the i itfsi style -s and patterns and also a large variety o C CLOTHS and CASSIMERES &e. CLOTHING: 0 'took of clot’ ing has been purchased with spe cial reference to the climate and to the WAFTS OF THE PEOPLE , ’ and we think we can srix all who may favor ua with a call. In this line will be found a good selection of 'II’SEER GOODS, consisting of COATS, BLAN NETS, LEG DIES, &c., and also, OIL CLOTHING of various sizes. Carpeting and Wall Paper : Of CARPETS, OIL CLOTHS, and WALL PA excellent rarie- I tu s to which we invite attention. lES& PROVISIONS. If we are overstocked in anything, it is in Grocer, ics and Provisions, of which we keep a Good Stock, i FANCY GROCERIES, .3 v-■ !as STA PLES. In this lino we would call our 1 • , which we think are eot ( !! dby anything in the market. - hen v: 'ting our store, if you do not sec what you .rant, ASK FOR IT. J.OII N S C IIAFER, " w y> j'j, a ji-p F. d.-o >f.J; \Jj %jj XV, % Second St., - - Superior, ’ [ii t Side of Coddington Block.] W*NE*S s LIQUORS, BEER, &C. TWO FIRST CLASS BILLIARD TABLES. 8 - % v? A r?TCr h TT tL & 9 AA, JL JuL U j DEALER IN S DRY GOODS, j GROCERIES, I BOOTS & SHOES, YiUTESS NOTIONS. : Crockery, G-lasa Ware, Willow Ware. ! Fi jOFSNGLaND BUILDING PAPER, ST A TlO li EEY, Canned Fruits, . i . . . , ... .... ,i. c - ; * I ij' •-_> , A ZACIIAU.