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BIENNIAL FISCAL TERM ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1884. 




MADISON, Wia: 

DEMOCBAT PRINTINQ CO., STATE PRINTERS. 

1884. 



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STATE OF WISCONSIN. 



REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF 8TATF, 



Department of State, 

October 10, 1884. 
To his Excellency, Jeremiah M. Rusk. 

Governor of the State of Wisconsin: 

Sir: — In conformity with the laws of the State of Wis- 
consin prescribing the duties of the Secretary of State, I 
have the Jionor to submit the biennial report of this depart- 
ment, showing the condition of the several funds, a com- 
plete statement of the receipts and expenditures during the 
biennial fiscal term closing September 30, 1884. The report 
also includes various statistical tables and other information 
of interest to the people of the State. 

GENERAL STATEMENT. 

The aggregate result of the last two years' financial tran- 
sactions on all the Funds of the State is as follows: 



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General and other Funds. 



GENERAL FUND. 

Receipts $2,907,204 04 

DiBbursements $2,332,857 67 

Balance September 80, 1882 364,220 68 

Balance September 30, 1884 938,567 15 

$3,271,424 72 $3,271,424 72 



ALL OTHER FUNDS. 

f 
RECEIPTS. 

School Fund $668,704 48 

School Fund Income 398,973 62 

University Fund 21,085 68 

University Fund Income 152,058 00 

Agricultural College Fuad . . . .^ 30, 628 65 

Agricultural College Fund Income 34, 947 54 

Normal School Fund 258,813 53 

Normal School Fund Income 176, 223 96 

Drainage Fund 131 , 575 46 

Delinquent TaxFund 24,465 85 

Deposit Fund 2 , 695 05 

St. Croix & L. Superior R. R. Trespass Fund. 2, 353 65 

Redemption Fund 471 71 

Wis. R R Farm Mortgage Land Co. Fund. . . 8, 935 09 

Manitowoc & Calumet Swamp Land Fund. . . 318 17 

$1,912,250 44 

DISBURSEMENT& 

School Fund $657,979 16 

School Fund Income 413,701 81 

University Fund 24,933 38 

University Fund Income 152,058 00 

Agricultural College Fund 35, 866 48 

Agricultural College Fund Income 34, 947 54 

NormalSchool Fund 262,831 77 

Normal School Fund Income 176,223 96 

Drainage Fund 131,76393 

Delinquent Tax Fund 27,729 88 

Deposit Fund 1, 677 03 

St Croix & L. Superior R. R. Trespass Fund. 8, 627 93 

St. Croix & L Superior R. R. Deposit Fund. . 434 50 

Redemption Fund 231 63 

Wis. R R Farm Mortgage Land Co. Fund. . . 8, 708 75 

Manitowoc and Calumet Swamp Land Fund . 20 50 

Allotment Fund 29 33 

$1,912,250 44 $1,932,265 68 

Balance September 30, 1882 162,412 98 

Balance September 30, 1884 142,397 84 

$2,074,668 42 $2,074,663 42 



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Oeneral Fund, 



GENERAL FUND. 

This fund embraces all the revenue of the State applica- 
ble to the payment of the ordinary expenses of the State 
Government. 

The sources from which it is derived are the annual State 
tax, tax on civil actions, licenses of railroad companies, 
plank road companies, telegraph companies, insurance com- 
panies, hawkers and peddlers, notary public fees, oflBce fees 
and sales of laws and reports. The expenditures therefrom 
are authorized by permanent and temporary appropriations, 
and by the several laws requiring the Secretary of State to 
audit accounts. A detailed statement of the transactions in 
this fund will be found m Appendix " A." 

The receipts and disbursements have been as follows: 



State Tax, general expenses. . 

Interest on certificates of in- 
debtedness 

Interest due School Fund In- 
come 

Annual levy for State Univer- 
sity 

Support of inmates of Chari- 
table Institutions 

State Tax on Civil Actions. . . 



RECEIPTS. 




From Countdds. 




1883. 
*$499,910 43 


1884 
t$109,754 00 


157,500 00 


157,500 00 


7,088 36 


7,088 36 


45,632 52 


57,442 52 


97,065 06 
5,060 00 


97,114 36 
4,504 00 


$812,266 37 


$433,403 24 

$1,245,659 61 



♦ Amount levied ch. 812, L. 1882 $500,000 00 

Overpaid by Lincoln County, in 1881 160 22 

iM99,889 78 
Received from Green Lake County, unpaid.taz of 1881 70 65 

As above $499,910 48 



tAmountlevied,ch. 195, L. 1888 $110,000 00 

Lees, unpaid tax, Burnett County 248 00 

As above $109,754 00 



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General Fund, 



2. From Corporation& 

1883. 1884. 

Railroad Companies, license . . . $683, 082 51 $754, 269 44 
Plank and other Road Com- 
panies, license 112 28 32 47 

Telegraph Companies, license. . 3, 897 87 4, 568 85 

Telephone Companies, license. . 463 29 1, 169 26 

Railway Car Companies 138 15 

Fire Insurance Companies i 44, 735 33 51, 436 81 

Life Insurance Companies 12, 626 80 13, 467 94 



$744,918 08 $825,082 92 

== === $1,570,001 00 



. 3. From Sundry Sources. 

Hawkers and Peddlers $13, 218 93 $13, 005 85 

Miscellaneous 34,698 79 30,619 86 



$47,917 72 $43,625 71 



$91,543 43 



Total receipts for two years $2, 907, 204 04 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

1. Salaries and Permanent Appropriations. 

1883. 1884. 

Governor's office $6, 751 00 $6, 720 00 

Secretary's office 7,000 00 7,000 00 

State Treasurer's office 7, 000 00 7, 000 00 

Attorney General's office 5, »00 00 5, 000 00 

State Superintendent's office. . . 5, 650 00 5, 650 00 

Railroad Commissioner's office. 5, 025 20 5, 068 00 

Insurance Commissioner's office 3,812 60 4,500 00 

Public Property office 2, 000 00 2, 000 00 

Supreme Court 30, 039 25 30, 227 25 

Circuit Courts 39,913 04 41,250 00 

State Historical Society 8, 625 00 8, 776 00 

StateLibrary 3,565 32 3,293 18 

State Board of Charities and 

Reform 3,477 42 3,893 31 

Land Protection 4,941 71 5,355 63 

State Board of Health 4, 754 85 3, 324 62 

FishCulture 6,500 00 6,500 00 

Interest on State Indebtedness 

and Bonds 157,590 00 157,650 00 

School Fund Income 7, 088 36 7, 088 36 

University Fimd Income 45, 632 51 57, 442 52 



$354,366 1« $367,737 87 $722,104 03 
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2. Leqislative Expenses, 

Lt. Gk)vemor $1,000 00 $1,000 00 

Senate— Salaries $16, 500 00 

MUeage 856 60 

Employes 15, 464 00 

32,820 60 

Assembly — Salaries 50, 500 00 

Mileat^e 2,699 80 

Employes.. 21,552 00 

74,751 80 

Legislative Employes 297 50 

Printing 4,947 78 

Blue Book 6,268 83 

Gas 1,122 30 

Supplies 209 76 

Legislative Visiting Ck)mmittee 300 00 

Investigating Committee 171 61 

Newspapers (Legislature of 1882) 2 00 

Chaplains 165 00 

Contesting Seats 1, 165 10 



$123,222 28 $1,000 00 $124,222 



8. For Charitable and Penal Institutions. 

1883. 1884. 

State Hospital for the Insane. . . . $105» 042 04 $91, 514 00 

Northern Hospital for the Insane 113, 842 60 108, 267 06 

Institute for the Deaf and Dumb. 37, 111 27 36, 007 32 

Institute for the Blind 14, 234 23 17, 376 42 

Industrial School for Boys 58, 201 88 46, 724 11 

Industrial School for Girls 2, 500 00 

StatePrison 14,369 35 9,000 72 

Soldiers' Orphans' Home 79 00 13 50 



$345,380 37 $308,903 13 $654,288 50 



4. Clerk Hire. 

Gk)vemor's office $1, 500 00 $1, 500 00 

Secretary's office 13,259 00 12,010 00 

Services, chap. 90, Laws 1883. . . . 750 00 1, 500 00 

Treasurer's office 7,308 00 7,312 00 

Landoffice 13,920 00 13,920 00 

Public Property office 1,375 00 1,625 00 

State Superintendent's office 1 , 500 00 1 , 500 00 

Railroad Commissioner's office. . . 687 50 

Insurance Commissioner's office. 550 00 



$40, 849 50 $39, 867 00 $80, 216 50 



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Oeneral Fund. 



6. Labor About the Capitol. 

1883. 1884. 

Engineers and firemen $3, 466 60 $3, 828 50 

Carpenters 1,794 00 1,941 00 

Watchmen 1,460 00 1,464 00 

Police 2,109 92 2,120 64 

Janitors and messengers 11 , 491 71 12, 904 18 

Laborers 6,31106 5,788 98 



$26,633 19 $28,042 30 



6. For Sundry Purposes. 

Contingent expenses $10, 635 70 $25, 662 77 

Printing 15,895 84 10,643 35 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 741 25 2, 060 00 

Postage 4,327 09 4,760 09 

Paper 14,191 72 6,844 85 

Geological Report 27, 852 62 

Gas 3,212 30 3,696 30 

Fuel 3,966 48 1,576 11 

Stationery 3,329 61 1,574 99 

Militia 21,141 44 30,760 68 

Governor's Contingent Fund . . 1, 100 00 1, 500 00 

Examiners of State Teachers. . 190 95 250 10 

Immigration Commission 3, 487 42 3, 243 68 

Amber Cane Exi)eriments 1, 816 90 

State Board of Supervision. ... 12, 703 69 13, 126 52 
Publishing Notices and Procla- 
mations 419 15 649 16 

Publishing General Laws 22, 281 80 

Publishing Private and Local 

Laws 1,819 20 

Advertising Lands 898 25 779 60 

Capitol Enlargement 109, 237 27 36, 926 22 

Free High Schools 26,741 80 25,000 00 

County Agricultural Societies. 5,300 00 5,300 00 

Statistics of Crime 40 17 20 

Real Estate Returns 192 95 2, 619 05 

Apportionment of Railroad 

Licenses to Counties 24, 367 05 21, 950 97 

Maintaining Insane in County 

Hospitals 50,562 05 68,413 11 

Bounties on Wild Animals 10, 579 00 7, 103 00 

Special Appropriations 24, 372 00 8, 714 48 

Miscellaneous 4,657 07 8,663 14 



$54,675 49 



$406, 020 90 $291, 834 87 $697, 355 77 



Total disbursements for two yoars $2, 382, 857 57 

Total receipts for two years $2,907,204 04 

Balance September 80, 1882 864,220 68 

Balance September 30, 1884 938, 567 15 

$3,271,424 72 $3,271,424 72 



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School Fund. 



SCHOOL FUND. 

The School Fund is composed of: 

1. Proceeds of lands granted by United States for support of schools. 
% All moneys accruing to the state by forfeiture or escheat. 

3. All penalties for trespass on school lands. 

4. All fines collected in the several counties for breaches of penal laws. 

5. All moneys paid as an exemption from military duty. 

6. Fivejper cent of net proceeds of sales of United States public lands. 

The number of acres of unsold land, the proceeds of which 
are applicable to this fund, is 120,829. The cash receipts and 
disbursements during the last two years have been as fol- 
lows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884.- 

Salesof land $18,484 93 $9,837 51 

Dues on certificates 41,792 59 31,865 51 

Loans 36,328 05 31,962 44 

Penalties and forfeitures 65, 36 25 61 

Taxes 11 39 

Fines ^'^'^v^'^'^',v^lll[l',l[ll[['.[ 14,52640 'i5,'757'26 

United states bonds 160,000 00 100,000 00 

Premium on United States bonds 20, 400 00 12, 500 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 10,000 00 23,000 00 

Escheat 239 59 1,133 60 

Specialloaas 46,979 84 93,794 50 

$348,828 15 $319,876 38 

Total receipts for two years $668,704 48 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

188a 1884. 

School district loans $31,220 00 $80,178 00 

United States bonds 15, 900 00 ... 

Premium on United States bonds 2, 041 94 

MUwaukee city bonds 275,000 00 

Madison city bonds v 60,000 00 

Fond du Lao city bonds 30,000 00 

Specialloans 34,650 00 179,552 47 

Marathon Co. refund of erroneous 

payment of fines 22 80 

Refunded for overpayments 172 70 146 25 

$368,107 44 $299,871 72 

Total disbursements for two years, $667, 979 16 

Total receipts for two years $668,704 48 

Balance September 30, 1882 7,767 86 

Balance September 30, 1884 18,492 67 



$676,471 88 $676,471 88 

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School Fund. 



The amounts of productive School Fund on the 30th days 
of September, 1883 and 1884, were as follows: 

1883. 1884. 

Dues on certificates of sales $250, 723 88 $225, 767 24 

Dueonloans 178,137 92 176,337 48 

Certificates of indebtedness 1, 562, 700 00 1, «62, 700 00 

United States bonds 106,000 00 5,000 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 435, 000 00 412, 000 00 

Madison city bonds 60, 000 00 

Fond du Lac city bonds 30, 000 00 

Loan to Iowa county 10, 000 00 

Loan to Wood county 25, 500 00 18, 500 00 

Loan to Juneau county 6,000 00 5,250 00 

.Loan to Jackson county 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Loan to Polk county 500 00 

Loan to Burnett county 14,666 67 4,078 47 

Loan to Barro 1 county 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Loan to Vernon county 16, 100 00 13, 800 00 

Loan to Lincoln county 38, 500 00 72, 748 31 

Loan to Bayfield county 25, 000 00 

Loan to Washburn county 10, 774 00 

Loan to city of New London 11, 500 00 22, 000 00 

Loam to c^ty of Mineral Point 18, 000 00 18, 000 00 

Loan to city of Jefferson 3,000 00 2,500 00 

Loan to city of Berlin 4,000 00 2,000 00 

Loan to city of Wausau. 22, 500 00 20, 000 00 

Loan to city of Hudson 5,500 00 5,000 00 

Loan to city of Merrill 11, 800 00 

Loan to city and town of Mineral Pt, Iowa Co 10, 000 00 10, 000 00 

Loan to town of Mineral Point, Iowa Co 12, 000 00 7, 000 00 

Loan to town of Necedah, Juneau Co 7, 250 00 5, 800 00 

Loan to town of Little Wolf, Waupaca Co. . . 4, 000 00 3, 500 00 

Loan to town of Luck, Polk county 1, 500 00 1, 250 00 

Loan to town of Arcadia, Trempealeau Co. . . 28, 333 33 25, 000 00 

Loan to town of St Lawrence, Waupaca Co. 5, 365 00 4, 760 00 

Loan to town of Lyndon, Sheboygan Co 6, 000 00 3, 000 00 

Loan to town of Pine Valley, Clark Co 1, 600 O^ 1, 200 00 

Loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon Co 4, 100 00 3, 750 00 

Loan to town of Thorpe, Clark Co 5, 000 00 4, 166 66 

Loan to town of Ashland, Ashland Co. 6, 000 00 80, 000 00 

Loan to town of Richfield, Wood Co 2, 750 00 2, 750 00 

Loan to town of Lincoln, Trempealeau Co. . . 5, 300 00 5, 300 00 

Loan to town of Arena, Iowa Co 1,500 00 1,400 00 

Loan to town of Maine, Outagamie Co 2, 200 00 2, 200 00 

Loan to town of Auburndale, Wood Co 2, 200 00 1, 980 00 

Loan to town of Weston. Clark Co 1, 700 00 1, 700 00 

Loan to town of Waldwick, Iowa Co 17, 000 00 

Loan to town of Rolling, Langlade Co 1, 200 00 

Loan to town of Butternut, Ashland Co 2, 000 00 

Loan to town of Moscow, Iowa Co 9, 400 00 

Loan to village of Waukesha 6. 000 00 

Loan t© Mineral Point Seminary 5,000 00 5,000 00 

Loan to School District No. 7, Baraboo, Sauk 

county 8,000 00 8,000 00 



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School Fund Income. 



Loan to School District No. 12, Darlington, 
La Fayette Co 8,000 00 7,000 00 

Loan to School District No. 6, Union and Mag- 
nolia, Rock Co 7,000 00 6,000 00 

Total at interest $2,888,115 80 $2,913,612 16 

Premium on U. S. Bonds $17,629 44 $5,129 44 

SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 

The interest received on School Fund investments and on 
the principal due for sales of school lands, constitute the 
School Fund Income. The amount of this Fund in the 
Treasury on the 1st day of J une, is annually certified by the 
Secretary of State to the State Superintendent of Public 
Instruction, and by him apportioned, under the provisions of 
section 554 of the Revised Statutes, among the several coun- 
ties of the State, for the use of common schools in the man- 
ner provided by law. The apportionment is made according 
to the number of children in each town, village and city, 
over the age of four and under the age of twenty years, as 
shown by the report of the State Superintendent during the 
year preceding. 

The receipts and disbursements during the last two years 
have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Interest on land ceFtificates and 
loans $30,446 26 $27,737 36 

Interest on certificates of indebt- 
edness 109,389 00 109,389 00 

Interest on United States bonds 9, 956 25 3, 600 00 

Interest on Milwaukee city 
bonds 11,900 00 22,200 00 

Interest on special loans 26, 516 43 33, 659 80 

Qeneral Fund, Sec. 247, Revised 
Statutes 7,088 36 7,088 36 

Treas. Normal School Fund, 
transfer 1 40 

Treas. Drainage Fund, transfer 1 40 

$195,296 30 $203,677 32 
Total receipts for two years $398, 973 62 



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University Fund. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Apportionment to counties. . . . $197, 531 42 $213, 177 86 

Premium on Madison city- 
bonds 1,596 00 

Accrued interest on Fond du 

Lac city bonds 624 66 

Refunded for overpayments. . . 530 43 241 44 

$198,061 85 $215,639 96 

Total disbursements for two years $413, 701 81 

Total receipts for two years $898, 973 62 

Balance September 30, 1882 21, 518 98 

Balance September 30, 1884 6,790 79 

$420,492 60 $420,492 60 



UNIVERSITY FUND. 

The proceeds of sales of land granted by the United States 
to Wisconsin for the support of the State University by Acts 
of Congress, approved June 12, 1838, August 6, 1846, and De- 
cember 12, 1852, form the University Fund. The principal 
or capital, excepting the small cash balance in the State 
'Treasury, is productive, drawing interest mainly at seven 
per cent. 

The number of acres of unsold land is 1,791. 

The cash receipts and disbursements during the last two 
years have been as follows : 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Salesofland $669 62 330 87 

Dues on certificates of sales 3, 697 00 2, 586 00 

Loans 2,136 11 1,766 08 

JMilwaukee city bonds 10, 000 00 

$6,402 73 $14,682 95 

Total receipts for two years $21, 085 68 



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DISBURSEMENTa 

188a 1884 

School District Loans $5, 516 06 

United States bonds $8, 000 00 

Premium on U. S. bonds 408 38 

Madison city bonds 6,000 00 

Eau Claire comity bonds 10, 000 00 

Refunded for overpayment ... 8 94 

$3,408 38 $21,525 00 

Total disbursements for two years $24, 933 

Total receipts for two years $21, 085 68 

Balance September 30. 1882 2, 966 39 

Overpayment September 30, 1884 881 31 



$24,933 38 $24,933 



The amounts of productive University Fund on the 30th 
days of September, 1883 and 1884, were as follows: 

1883. 1884. 

Dues on certificates of sales $27, 271 24 $24, 755 24 

Dueonloans 6,404 08 9,154 06 

Certificates of indebtedness 111,000 00 111,000 00 

United States bonds 53,000 00 53,000 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 10,000 00 

Platteville city bonds 6, 000 00 

Eau Claire county bonds 10, 000 00 

Loan to Shawano county 15, 000 00 15, 000 00 

Total at interest $222,675 32 $228,909 30 

Premium on U. S. bonds $3, 270 88 $3,270 88 



UNIVERSITY FUND INCOME. 

This fund is derived chiefly from the annual tax levy 
authorized by section 390, Revised Statutes, and from the in- 
terest on University land certificates and loans, and is per- 
petually appropriated to the support and endowment erf the 
State University by section 389, Revised Statutes. By pro- 
visions of said section, this entire fund is placed at the dis- 
posal of the Board of Regents by transfer to the Treasurer 
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Agricultural College Fund. 



kept by said Treasurer distinct and independent of the ac- 
counts of the State. 

The receipts and disbursements during the last two years 
have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Interest on land certificates and 

loans $2,856 92 $2,363 03 

Interest on certificates of indebt- 
edness 7,770 00 7,770 00 

Interest on United States bonds. 1, 901 25 1, 710 00 

Interest on Milwaukee city 

bonds 700 00 700 00 

Interest on Platteville city bonds 240 00 

Interest on special loan 1, 239 57 1, 050 00 

Interest on the Johnson Endow- 
ment 500 00 350 00 

General fund appn. Sec. 390, R S., 

andCh. 30, L. 188a 45,632 51 57,442 52 

John S. Dean, Sec 9,594 95 10,737 26 

$69,695 20 $82,362 80 
Total receipts for two years $152, 058 00 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

1883. 1884 

Treasurer of State University. . . $69, 652 69 $82, 834 97 
Refunded for overpayments. ... 42 51 27 83 

$69,695 20 $82,862 80 



$152,058 00 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 

The proceeds of sales of 240,000 acres of land granted by 
the United States to the State by act of Congress, approved 
July 2, 1862, for the support of an institution of learning, 
where shall be taught the principles of agriculture and 
mechitnic arts, form the Agricultural College Fund. The 
number of acres of unsold land is 13,205. 

The cash receipts and disbursements during the last two 
years have been as follows: 



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Agricultural College Fund. 



RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Salesof land $2,410 88 $1,776 62 

Dues on certificates 10,574 00 7,491 00 

Loans 2,350 04 2,644 44 

Special loans 338 33 8,048 84 

$15,668 25 $14,960 40 



Total receipts for two years $30, 628 65 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

1883. 1884. 

United States bonds $10, 000 00 

Premium on U. S. bends 1, 361 30 

Platteville city bonds 10, 500 00 

Madison city bonds $2, 500 00 

Eau Claire city bonds 10, 000 00 

Special loan 1, 500 00 

Refunded for overpayments ... 5 18 



$21,866 48 $14,000 00 



Total disbursements for two years $85, 866 48 

Total receipts for two years $80, 628 65 

Balance September 30, 1882 5, 304 47 

Balance September 30, 1884 66 64 

$85,938 12 $35,933 12 



The amounts of productive Agricultural College Fund on 

the 30th days of September, 1883, and 1884, were as follows: 

1883. 1884. 

Dues on certificates of sales $106, 614 00 $99, 304 00 

Duesonloan 7,420 66 4,776 22 

Certificates of indebtedness 60,600 00 60,600 00 

United States bonds 45,000 00 45,000 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 10, 00* 00 10,000 00 

Platteville city bonds 10,500 00 10,500 00 

Madison city bonds 2, 500 00 

Eau Claire county bonds 10,000 00 

Loan to city of New London 500 00 500 00 

Loan to city of Manitowoc 28,000 00 28,000 00 

Loan to city of Centralia ... 1, 500 00 

Loan to town of Texas, Marathon Co 333 34 

Loan to town of Weyauwega, Waupaca Co . . 10, 000 00 8, 000 00 

Loan to town of Withee. Claxk Co 5,000 00 4,285 00 

Loan to town of Day, Marathon Co 2,000 00 2,000 00 

Total at interest $285,968 00 $286,965 22 

Premium on U. S. bonds $1,361 30 $1,361 30 



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Normal School Fund, 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND INCOME. 

This fund is derived from the interest on the Agricultural 
College land certificates and loans, and is applied to the sup- 
port of the State University. It is placed at the disposal of 
the Board of Regents by transfer to the Treasurer of the 
Board in the same manner as the University Fund Income. 

The receipts and disbursements during the last two years 
have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

188a 1884. 

Interest on land certificates and 

Kloans $8,157 18 $7,510 08 

Interest on certificates of indebt- 
edness 4,242 00 4,242 00 

Interest on United States bonds . . 1, 387 50 1, 237 50 

Interest on Milwaukee city bonds 700 00 700 00 

Interest on Platteville city bonds 495 00 

Interest on special loans 3, 213 08 3, 063 20 

$17,699 76 $17,247 78 

Total receipts for two years $34, 947 54 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Treasurer of the State University $17, 377 14 $17, 057 31 
Accrued interest on Platteville 

city bonds 187 50 

Premium on Madison city bonds 66 50 

Refunded for overpayments 135 12 123 97 

$17,699 76 $17,247 78 

Total disbursements for two years $84, 947 54 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 

This fund consists of one-half the proceeds of the sales of 
all swamp and overflowed lands received by the State from 



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Normal School Fund. 



the United States, under Act of Congress, approved Septem- 
ber 28, 1850. The number of acres of unsold lands is 476,100. 
The cash receipts and disbursements during the last two 
years have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884 

Salesof land $97,354 38 $37,147 67 

Daes on certificates of sales 2, 784 00 2, 535 00 

Loans 6,222 92 5,865 30 

Taxes 2 82 

Penalties 14 62 6 82 

United States bonds 80,000 00 

Premiamon United States bonds 8, 750 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 10, 000 00 5, 000 00 

Specialloans 33,190 00 24,940 00 



$149,568 74 $109,244 79 



Total receipts for two years $258, 813 58 



DISBURSEMENTa 

1883. 1884. 

School district loans $5, 847 00 $4, 775 00 

United States bonds 8, 000 00 

Premium on United States bo'ds 408 38 

Milwaukee city bonds 100, 000 00 

Bonds of the town of Q^le, 

Trempealeau Co 12,000 00 

Oshkosh city bonds 5, 000 00 

Madison city bonds 90, 000 00 

Special loans 40, 300 00 

Fees and expenses selecting 

state lands 1, 132 24 

Fees for examioiuK pre-emption 

claims 23 93 

Fees for reporting evidence — 

land sales 10 00 

Refunded for overpayments. . . 285 22 50 00 

$122,172 84 $140,158 93 



Total disbursements for two years $262, 831 77 

Total receipts for two years $258, 813 53 

Balance September 30, 1882 17, 969 62 

Balance September 80, 1884 14,451 88 

$276,788 15 $276,788 15 

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Normal School Fund Income. 



The amounts of productive Normal School Fund on the 
30th days of September 1883, and 1884, were as follows: 

188a 1884. 

Dues on certificates of sales $24,762 00 $23,694 OO 

Due on loans 46,088 66 44,498 36 

Certificates of indebtedness 615, 700 00 515, 700 00 

United States bonds 204,000 00 174,000 00 

Milwaukee city bonds 250,000 00 245,000 00 

Madison city bonds 90, 000 00 

Oskkosh city bonds 5,000 00 

Bonds of the town of Gale, Trempealeau Co. 12,000 00 12,000 00 

Loan to Iowa county 40,000 00 30,000 00 

Loan to Wood county 45,500 00 42,000 00 

Loan to Brown county 20,000 00 20,000 00 

Loan to Taylor county 5, 280 00 4, 620 00 

Loan to Lincoln county 17, 800 00 

Loan to Manitowoc county 18, 500 00 

Loantocityof Waupaca 9,000 00 6,500 00 

Loan to city of LaCrosse 28,000 00 24,000 00 

Loan to village of Cumberland ;... 3,000 00 

Loan to town of Princeton, Green Lake Co . . 2, 000 00 1, 500 00 

Loan to town of Waupaca, Waupaca Co 4, 500 00 3, 250 OO 

Loan to town of Kewaunee, Kewaunee Co. . . 2, 400 00 1, 200 00 

Loan to town of Barron, Barron county 1, 040 00 9 10 00 

Loan to town of Mosioee, Marathon Co 1, 600 00 1, 400 00 

Loan to town of Worcester, Price Co 6, 000 00 

Loan to Board of Education, City of Neenah. 6, 000 00 5, 000 00 

Total at interest $1,217,870 66 $1,290,572 86 

Premium on U. S. bonds $24,870 88 $21,120 88 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 

This fund is derived from the interest on swamp land cer- 
tificates and loans, and is applied to establishing and main- 
taining Normal Schools as provided by law. By the 
provisions of section 394, Revised Statutes, this entire fund is 
placed at the disposal of the Board of Regents of Normal 
Schools, by transfer to the Treasurer of said Board, and the 
detailed record of its expenditures is kept separate and dis- 
tinct from the accounts of the State. The receipts and dis- 
bursements during the last two yeaiis have been as follows: 



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Drainage Fund. 



RECErpra 

1883. 1884. 

Interest on land certificates and 
loans $4,69185 $6,023 38 

Interest on certificates of indebt- 
edness 86,099 00 86,099 00 

Interest on United States bonds. 8, 681 25 8, 145 00 

Interest on Milwaukee city 
bonds.. 11,200 00 14,500 00 

Interest on Special loans 18, 842 43 13, 626 20 

Tuition Fees and book rent in 
Normal Schools 11,786 06 12,447 49 

Sale of furnace, PlatteyiUe Nor- 
mal School 25 00 

Sale of books, Platteville Nor- 
mal School 86 55 

T. W. Weeks, refunded 22 25 

$86,36164 $89,862 32 
Total receipts for two years $176, 223 96 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

1888. 1884. 

Treasurer of Regents of Nor- 
mal Schools $86,324 05 $87,419 67 

Premium on Madison city bonds 2, 894 00 

Treasurer of School Fund In- 
come, transfer 1 40 

Refunded for overpayments 87 59 47 25 

$86,361 64 $89,862 32 



Total disbursements for two years $176, 223 96 



DRAINAGE FUND. 

This fund consists of one-half the proceeds of sales of all 
swamp and overflowed lands received by the State from the 
United States, and is distributed on the first Monday of July 
under the provisions of section 254, Revised Statutes, among 
the several counties, wherein such lands lie, in proportion to 
the amount of sales in the respective counties. The moneys 
so paid are then apportioned by the county clerks to the 
several towns in their respective counties, and are expended 
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Drainage Fund. 

ing the swamp lands in such town, and in constructing roads 
and bridges over such swamp lands. The number of acres 
of unsold land is 509,073. The cash receipts and disburse- 
ments during the last two years have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884 

Interest on land certificates $452 45 $448 24 

Salesof land 92,705 64 37,347 05 

Dues on certificates 863 17 258 00 

Penalties 3 28 3 63 



$93,524 64 $38,050 92 



Total receipts for two years $131, 575 46 



DISBURSEMENTa 

1883. 1884. 

Apportionment to counties $12,776 65 $111,287 75 

Appropriation, ch. 138, L. 1882. . 6, 000 00 

Fees and expenses selecting 

statelanda 1,149 38 

Fees and expenses examining 

pre-emption claims 23 92 

Advertising 10 20 

Reporting evidence — land sales 20 00 

Treasurer, School Fund Income. 1 40 

Refunded for overpayments 254 63 290' 00 

$20,180 66 $111,583 27 

Total disbursements for two 
years $131,763 93 

Total receipts for twd years $131, 576 46 

Balance Sept. 30, 1882 .... 48, 808 29 

Balance Sept. 80, 1884 .... 48, 619 82 

$180,383 75 $180,383 75 



The amounts of productive Drainage Fund on the 30th 
days of September, 1883 and 1884, were as follows: 

188a 1884. 

Certificates of sales of land «6,555 00 $6,252 00 



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Redemption Fund. 



DELINQUENT TAX FUND. 

This fund consists of the taxes collected on State lands by 
the State Treasurer, in accordance with the provisions of 
section 1146, Revised Statutes,, and is credited quarterly to 
the diflEerent counties in which the lands are situated. The 
amounts which have been so received and disbursed are as 
follows: 

RECEIPTa 

188a 1884. 

Taxes on State lands |13, 052 97 $11, 412 88 

Receipts for two years $24, 465 85 

DISBURSEMENTa 

188a 1884, 

Apportionment to counties $15, 868 79 $11, 535 63 

Refunded for overpayment 173 18 157 28 

$16,036 97 $11,692 91 

Total disbursements for two years $27, 729 88 

Total receipts for two years $24, 465 85 

Balance September 30, 1882 4, 142 18 

Balance September 30, 1884 878 15 

$28,608 03 $28,608 03 



REDEMPTION FUND. 

This fund consists of moneys received for the redemption 
of School, University and Agricultural College lands, sold 
for the non-payment of interest and taxes, and that have 
been redeemed as provided by section 228, Revised Statutes. 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 

Advertising, interest, penalties 
and fees. $179 62 $292 09 



Total receipts for two years $471 7 1 

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1884. 
$80 15 




$471 71 
178 93 


$331 68 
419 00 


$650 63 


$650 63 



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Deposit Fund. 



DISBURSEMENTS. 

1888. 
Refunded to purchasers on re- 
demption $20148 

Total disbursements for two years 

Total receipts for two years 

Balance September 30, 1883 

Balance September 30, 1884 



DEPOSIT FUND. 

On the sale of land forfeited to the State, and the payment 
of the amount due the State, and all costs and penalties 
accrued, under the provisions of section 225 of the Revised 
Statutes, if any balance remain, the amoimt of such balance 
is deposited in the State Treasury to the credit of the person 
entitled thereto, and is denominated the Deposit Fund. The 
transactions therein have been as follows: 

RECEIPTS. 

1888. 1884. 

Balances deposited $1, 718 16 $976 89 



Total receipts for two years $2, 695 05 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

1888. 1884 

Balances paid $1,056 87 $620 16 



Total disbursements for two years $1, 677 03 

Total receipts for two years $2, 695 05 

Balances September 30, 1882 9,601 32 

Balances September 30, 1884 $10, 619 84 

$12,296 37 $12,296 87 



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Railroad Trespass and Deposit Funds. 



ST. CROIX AND LAKE SUPERIOR RAILROAD TRES- 
PASS FUND. 

This fund consists of moneys received into the State Treas- 
ury, in trust, under the provisions of chapter 46, of the Gen- 
eral Laws of 1869, and acts amendatory thereof. The 
disbursements therefrom have been for the purpose of pro- 
tecting the St. Croix and Lake Superior Railroad lands, in 
accordance with the terms of said acts, 

RECEIPTS. 

1883. 1884. 
M. Herrick, trespass penalties col- 
lected $1,967 64 $386 01 

Total receipts for two years $2, 353 65 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

188a 1884 

Sloan, Stevens and Morris, attor- 
ney fees $5 , 160 48 

M. Herrick, timber agent — salary 750 00 $1 , 000 00 

M. Herrick, timber agent — ex- 
penses 1,358 60 363 90 

$7,264 03 $1,868 90 

Total disbursements for two years $8, 627 93 

Total receipts for two years $2, 358 65 

Balance September 30, 1882 42, 367 07 

Balance September 80, 1884 36, 092 79 

$44,720 72 $44,720 72 



ST. CROIX AND LAKE SUPERIOR R. R. DEPOSIT 

FUND. 

This fund consists of moneys received by the State Treas- 
urer in trust, under the provisions of section 14, chapter 126, 
Lavirs 1874, as amended by chapter 392, Laws 1870. The time 
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Wisconsin Railroad Farm Mortgage Land Co. 

railroad lands in said acts described, having expired in April, 
1877, no payments have been made into this Fund during 
the last two years. The disbursements have been as 
follows: 

DISBURSEMENTS. 



W. H. Phipps deposit of John 
Arbucke! 


1883. 
$100 00 . . 


1884. 




Knapp, Stout & Co. deposit of 
M.W.KeUer 




$334 50 




Total disbursements for two 
Balance September 30, 1882. . 
Balance September 30, 1884. . 


years.. 


'"$842 52 


$434 50 
408 02 






$842 52 


$842 52 



WISCONSIN RAILROAD FARM MORTGAGE LAND 

COMPANY. 

Chapter 235, Laws of 1882, authorizes the Commissioners of 
the Wisconsin Raikoad Farm Mortgage Land Company to 
close up the business of said corporation, and to turn over 
and pay to the State Treasurer all its money and bank ac- 
counts, and take his receipt therefor, and at the same time 
to make its report in writing, to the Secretary of State, of its 
proceedings under this act. Accordingly the said Commis- 
sioners paid the sum of $8,935.09 into the Treasury, and de- 
posited with the Secretary of State, the books together with 
a list of claimants to whom dividends are yet due with the 
amounts set opposite their respective names. Since the re- 
ceipt of said money by the State, the following have been 
the disbursements: 

RECEIPTS FOR 1884. 
D. W. Maxon, President $8,935 09 

DISBURSEMENTS. 

Toclaimants $8,708 75 

Balance September 80, 1884 5,226 84 

$8,985 09 $8,985 09 

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Allotment Fund. 



MANITOWOC AND CALUMET SWAMP LAND FUND. 

Chapter 51, Laws of 1866, conferred upon certain commis- 
sioners named therein, lands in Manitowoc and Calumet 
counties, to be sold for " drainagre and other purposes," of 
those counties. The legislature of 1883, by chapter 352, re- 
voked the trust thus created, and directed the State Commis- 
sioners of public lands to investigate and sell the residue, 
and, after defraying the expenses thereof, to deposit the bal- 
ance in the State Treasury. From said sale arises the fund. 

In conformity to directions in the law the commissioners 
of public lands fully investigated the matter. The official 
investigation of said commissioners may be found in the re- 
port of the Commissioners of Public Lands. 
RECEIPTS FOR 1884. 

Treasurer Manitowoc and Calumet Swamp Land Com- 
mission $318 17 

disbursements. 

Expenses of Commissioners $20 60 

Balance, September 30, 1884 297 67 

$318 17 $818 17 



ALLOTMENT FUND. 

Section 3, of chapter 190, General Laws 1862, directed the 
State Treasurer to receive such sumc of money as might be 
placed in his hands by any volunteer making an allotment, 
as provided by the act of Congress approved December 24, 
1861, and to dispose of the same according to the order and 
direction of such volunteer. The fund consists of moneys 
so received by the State Treasurer and yet unclaimed by the 
beneficiaries named by the volunteers. 

DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1883. 

Charles Scott $29 83 

Balance, September 30, 1882 |945 87 

Balance, September 30, 1884 916 54 



$945 87 $945 87 

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APPROPRIATIONS. 

The following table exhibits the balances due on the direct 
appropriations made to the several Charitable and Penal 
Institutions of the State for the years 1883 and 1884, the pay- 
ments therefrom, including the amount set apart for salary 
and expenses of the State Board of Supervision, and the 
balances remaining unexpended at the end of the fiscal year: 



® Coo 

'D as © 



&• 



mil 






P © 

•si 



8tate Hospital for the 

Insane 

Northern Hospital for 

the Insane 

Institute for the Blind 
Institute for the Deaf 

and Dumb 

Industrial School for 

Boys: 

State Prison 



$85,801 63 

30,737 31 
7,726 78 

20,675 88 



2,228 59 



$219, 135 59 

236,826 87 
36,000 00 

81,500 00 

108,949 95 
31,000 00 



$205,140 88 

231,615 74 
33,061 77 

81,343 31 

108,949 95 
24,579 35 



$49,796 24 

35,948 44 
10,665 01 

20,832 57 



8,649 24 



$97,170 09 



$713,412 41 



$684,691 00 $125,891 50 



STATE DEBT. 

The bonded debt of the State, created in 1861-63, for the 
purpose of carrying on the war for the maintenance of the 
Union, has now all been paid or converted into certificates 
of indebtedness to the Trust Funds, except two thousand 
dollars, one thousand of which falls due July 1, 1886; the 
other thousand, July 1, 1888. 

The distribution of the debt on the 30th ultimo, was as 
follows: 



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Estimate of Expenditures and Revenues. 



War bonds outstanding: $2, 000 00 

Certificates of indebtedness, School fund 1, 562, 700 00 

Certificates of indebtedness, Normal School fund 515, 700 00 

Certificates of indebtedness, University fund Ill, 000 00 

Certificates of indebtedness. Agricultural College fund 60, 600 00 

12,252,000 00 



ESTIMATE OF EXPENDITURES AND REVENUES. 

In accordance with the requirements of Subdivision 13, 
Section 144, Revised Statutes, I append the following: de- 
tailed estimate of expenditures to be defrayed from the 
treasury during the years beginning January 1, 1886, and 
January 1, 1887, based on expenses of former years, in which 
are shown the amounts provided by permanent or temporary 
appropriations and the amount required to be provided for 
as before stated. I also submit a careful estimate of the 
revenues from which such expenditures are to be defrayed : 

EXPENDITURES. 

1. Salaries and Permanent Appropriations. 

Governor's office $6,«00 00 

Lieutenant Governor 1, 000 00 

Secretary of State's office 7,000 00 

State Treasurer's office 7,000 00 

Attorney General's office 5,000 00 

State Superintendent's office 5, 500 00 

Railroad Commissioner's office 8, 000 00 

Superintendent of Public Property 2, 000 00 

Supreme Court, salaries and reports 30, 000 00 

Circuit Court, salaries 42, 000 00 

State Library and Librarian 8, 500 00 

State Historical Society 8,500 00 

State Board of Charities 3, 000 00 

State Board of Health 4,000 00 

State Board of Immigration. 5, 000 00 

State MUitia 30,000 00 

Free High Schools 25,000 00 

State University 59, 549 54 

Normal Institutes 2, 000 00 

Protecting State Lands 5, 000 00 

Insurance Commissioner 8, 000 00 

Commissioner of Labor Statistics 2, 000 00 

$259,649.54 

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2. Interest. 



On State Indebtedness 

Due School Fund Income. 



$157,500 00 
7,088 36 



$164,588 86 



3. Charitable Institutions. 

State Hospital for Insane $65, 000 00 

Northern Hospital for Insane 74,000 00 

Institution for the Blind 18,000 00 

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb 40, 000 00 

Industrial School for Boys 40, 000 00 

State Prison 15, 000 00 

Milwaukee County Insane Asylum 36, 000 CO 



$288,000 00 



4. Clerks and Employes. 

Governor's office $1,500 00 

Secretary of State's office 13, 000 00 

State Treasurer's office 7,200 00 

SchoolLand office 18,000 00 

Superintendent of Public Property 1, 500 00 

Engineers and watchmen 10, 500 00 

Janitors and messeni^rs 11, 000 00 

laborers about capitol 9, 500 00 

State Superintendent's office 1,800 00 

Insurance Commissioner's office 1, 500 00 

Railroad Commissioner's office 1, 500 00 



172,000 00 



5. Miscellaneous. 

State printing 15,000 00 

Purchase of paper 8, 000 00 

Stationery 3,000 00 

Postage 6,000 00 

Advertising lands 2,000 00 

Gas and fuel 9,500 00 

Agricultural societies 5, 500 00 

Care of insane in counties 50, 000 00 

Fish culture 6,000 00 

Bounty on wild animals 15, 000 00 

Contingent expenses 13, 000 00 

Miscellaneous expenses and appropriations. . . 110, 000 00 

Apportionment of railroad license 21, 000 00 

Railroad Ommissioner, for experts and inci- 
dental expenses 1, 598 00 



$265,598 00 
$1,049,835 90 



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Taxes for Defraying Expenses. 

REVENUES. 

1. Licenses and Fees. 

Railway companies, license $825, 000 00 

Insurance companies, license 65, 000 00 

Telegraph companies, license 4, 500 00 

Plai^ road companies, license \ 100 00 

Hawkers and peddlers' license 14, 000 00 

State tax on suits 6, 000 00 

Miscellaneous fees 80,000 00 

Telephone companies 1, 200 00 

$d45,800 00 

2. Taxes Authorized bt Law. 

Interest on State Indebtedness $157, 500 00 

Interest due School fund income 7, 088 36 

Annual levy for State University 59, 549 54 

Annual levy for free high schools 35, 000 00 

Total revenue $1,194,937 90 



LEGISLATIVE EXPENSES. 

Salaries of senators $16, 500 00 

Salaries of members of assembly 50, 000 00 

Mileage 3,500 00 

Officers and employee 80,000 00 

Printing 4,50000 

BlueBook 7,000 00 

Incidentals 4, 000 00 

Oas 1,100 00 

Publishing and printing laws 20, 000 00 

$136,600 00 



TAXES FOR DEFRAYING EXPENSES FOR YEARS 
1886 AND 1887. 

As will be seen by the estimates of receipts and expendi- 
tures, based on preceding years, there will be no necessity of 
levying a state tax for general purposes for either of these 
years. In case, however, the legislature makes extraor- 
dinary appropriations, it will be necessary to make provis- 
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STATE TAX FOR GENERAL PURPOSES. 

Chapter 195, laws of 1883, authorizes the levying of $240,000 
as a state tax for 1884, in addition to taxes requi7'ed to be 
raised by section 247 and 260 Revised Statutes, which sums 
are for school purposes, and chapter 300, laws of 1883, for 
University fund. With the amount now in the State Treas- 
ury, together with the increased revenues from licenses paid 
by railway, insurance, telegraph and telephone companies, 
with minor sums received from other sources, which will be 
amply sufficient to defray the expenses of the state during 
the ensuing year, I have concluded to make no apportion- 
ment of this $240,000 to the various county clerks, believing 
that in so doing the interests of the tax payers will be best 
subserved; that it is contrary to good public policy to levy a 
tax to lie idle in the vaults of the State Treasury. It would 
seem advisable that chapter 195, laws of 1883, be repealed. 



APPORTIONMENT OF TAXES. 

The Secretary of State is required by section 1070, of the 
Revised Statutes, to certify to the county clerk of each 
county, on or before the second Monday of October in each 
year, the amount of State Tax and Special Charges appor- 
tioned to and levied upon his county. In this certificate are 
to be included the amounts due from counties for the sup- 
port of persons in the Hospitals for the Insane and the 
Industrial School for Boys. These amounts are obtained 
from reports made by the State Board of Supervision to the 
Secretary of State, in pursuance of section 21, chapter 298, 
laws of 1881. The time prescribed in said chapter for re- 
porting to the Secretary of State is the twentieth of October, 
which is after the latest date when the Secretary must 
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so amended as to cause these certificates from the State 
Board of Supervision to be made to the Secretary of State 
on or before the first Monday of October. 

BOUNTY ON WILD ANIMALS. 

The legislature of 1883 so amended the law relating to 
bounties on wild animals, that it now devolves upon the 
county, wherein the animal was killed, to pay to the claim- 
ant for bounty a sum equal to that paid by the State. This, 
with the cutting off of bounties on foxes, and reduction of 
one dollar per scalp on wolves, has materially reduced the 
amount paid by the State compared to the year 188». 

DETAILS OF REPORT. 

For the purpose of easy reference, the full financial de- 
tails required by law, and such tabular statistics as may be 
deemed of interest, are classified as follows: 

"A." 

Includes detailed statement of the receipts and disburse- 
ments of the several funds belonging to the State. 

" B." 

Showing the relative value of real and personal property 
as assessed by the State Board of Assessment for the 
year 1884. 

" C." 

Showing the valuation of taxable property of the several 
counties of the State as determined by the State Board of 
Assessment for the year 1884, and the apportionment of the 
State tax and special charges for said year. 

Abstract of Assessment rolls of the several counties as 
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averaged assessed value of live stock and real estate by 
counties, and total assessed value of all property in the 
State. 

Valuation of property in different Counties in the State 
as fixed by the County Boards of Supervisors and Town 
Assessors, and the amount of State, County, Town, City and 
Village taxes levied in 1883. 

" F." 

Statement showing for what purposes the county tax was 
■expended in the several counties for the year ending Decem- 
ber 31, 1883. 

Statement showing all indebtedness of towns, cities, vil- 
lages and school districts, December 31, 1883. 

Statement showing all indebtedness of the several counties 
December 31, 1883. 

" I." 

Showing sales of real estate in the several counties for the 
:year ending August 31, 1884. 

Statement of the principal farm products growing at the 
time of making the annual assessment for the year 1884. 

Statement of the principal farm products grown in 1883. 

Report of agricultural societies for 1883. 

Statement of votes given for associate justice supreme 
'Court, and for circuit judges in the first and fourteenth judicial 



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circuits at the judicial election held on the 3d day of Aprils 
1883; and for circuit .judges in the 3d, 7th, 8th and 9th cir- 
cuits, at the judicial election held on the 4:th day of April, 
1884. Also for election to fill vacancy in the seventh judi- 
cial circuit. 

List of corporations organized under the general laws dur- 
ing the two years ending September 30, 1884. 

Abstracts of marriages, births and deaths reported to this 
department during the two years ending December 31, 1883. 

Statement of votes given for electors and for state officers, 
November 4, 1884. 

ERNST a TIMME, 

Secretary of State. 
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DETAILED STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND DIS- 
BURSEMEMTS OF THE SEVERAL FUNDS FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1883. 



GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS. 



From Counties. 



Adams , 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield .... 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumet 

Chippewa . . . 

Clark 

Columbia . . . 
Crawford . . . 

Dane 

Dodge 

Door 

Douglas 

Dunn 

Eau Claire.. 

Florence 

Fond du Lac 

Grant 

Green 

Green Lake. . 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Juneau 



State Tax. 



$2, 175 89 

1,980 76 

2,054 18 

707 13 

9,982 22 

5, 169 13 

810 08 

9, 191 43 

8,838 48 

5,638 66 

16,834 32 

5, 176 80 

35,985 33 

31,894 15 

2, 175 91 

898 34 

6,256 37 

9,526 43 

1,629 37 

28,678 02 

18,691 75 

15,369 85 

8,080 98 

11,546 91 

4,249 45 

19,173 30 

5,059 40 



Suit Tax. 



$ro 00 

19 00 

40 00 

7 00 

103 00 
35 00 
16 00 
65 00 
98 00 
64 00 

103 00 
25 00 

228 00 
61 00 
61 00 
35 00 

112 00 

139 00 
6 00 

205 00 

103 00 
68 00 
81 00 
34 00 
42,00 
51 00 
32 00 



For Charita- 
ble Institu- 
tions. 



$501 00 

186 90 

361 75 

15 66 

2,808 66 

760 84 

331 91 

1,624 88 

1,001 01 

860 79 

2,331 00 

1,272 41 

3,970 88 

3,363 17 

991 36 

107 43 

1, 199 17 

2,692 84 



4,447 35 
3,463 04 
1, 171 60 
696 31 
2,488 91 
1,299 63 
2,433 27 
1,191 73 



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From Counties. 



Kenosha 

Kewaunee. . . . 

La Crosse 

La Fayette.. . 

Langlade 

Lincoln 

Manitowoc. . . 

Marathon 

Marinette .... 

Marquette 

Milwaukee. . . 

Monroe 

Oconto 

Outagamie.. . . 

Ozaukee 

Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage 

Price. 

Racina 

Richland 

Rock 

St. Croix 

Sauk. 

Shawano. 

Sheboygan . . . 

Taylor 

Trempealeau. , 

VernoD 

Walworth . . . 
Washburn. .. . 
Washington. . 

Waukesha 

Waupaca 

Waushara. . . 
Winnebago.. . 
Wood 



State Tax. 



110,769 92 
4,213 14 

12, 212 63 

12,357 87 
1,277 38 
2,416 28 

18,253 61 
6, 160 16 
4,484 85 
2,758 15 

94, 718 45 
6,867 09 
4,313 02 

12,742 24 
9, 169 01 
1,733 39 
6,422 94 
2,979 47 
4,436 67 
2,017 97 

21,936 31 
6, 106 58 

31,938 58 
8,807 34 

11,798 95 
3,535 20 

22, 128 87 
2,429 82 
6,712 66 
7,459 11 

21,833 39 



14,932 63 

24,222 43 

6,756 71 

4,362 55 

24,214 42 

2,876 88 



$710,131 31 



Suit Tax. 



$65 00 

37 eo 

99 00 
31 00 
44 00 

76 00 
92 00 

106 00 
15 00 
29 00 

776 00 
41 00 
40 00 

106 00 
39 00 
27 00 
55 00 

77 00 
57 00 

8 00 

144 00 

37 00 

142 00 

160 00 

94 00 

39 00 

79 00 

82 00 

72 00 

99 00 

121 00 

1 00 

87 00 

75 00 

60 00 

19 00 

99 00 

87 00 



$5,060 00 



From Railroad Companies. 



C, M. & St P., R'y Ca Balance of 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul R'y Co 

Chicago & Northwestern R'y Co 

C, St. P., Minn. & Omaha R'y Co 

Chippewa Falls & Northern R'y Co 

Fond du Lac, Amby & Peoria R'y <^o 

Green Bay, Wmona & St. PhuI R. R Co. . . . 
Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western R. R. Co 

Milwaukee & Northern R'y Co 

Menomonie R'y Co 



Charitable 
Institutions. 



$1,949 95 

1,109 23 

2,210 96 

2,264 51 

40 21 

85 89 

3,529 19 

998 87 

550 64 

700 74 

1,434 88 

1,337 91 

1, 312 01 

3,439 06 

1,409 29 

574 19 

1,365 52 

838 84 

1,326 09 



2,735 44 
1,070 87 
2,490 04 
1,287 95 
1,751 74 

877 49 
2, 377 28 

141 16 
1,335 79 
1,555 66 
1,750 80 



2, 112 24 
2,898 46 
2,302 02 

676 49 
2,886 91 

763 24 



$97,065 06 



$13,027 24 

309,515 61 

227,617 68 

96,678 26 

78 75 

IPO 00 

1,698 52 

10, 108 88 

3,354 07 

7 53 



$812,256 37 



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Northern Pacific Ry Co 

Prairie du Chien & McGregor R R. Co 

Wisconsin & Minnesota R, R Co 

"Wisconsin Central R. R. Co 

Plank and Other Road Companies. 



Fond du Lac Gravel Road Co 

Sheboygan & Calumet Plank Road Co 



Telegraph Companies. 



Chicago & Milwaukee Telegraph Co 

Platteville and Lancaster Telegraph Co 
Western Union Telegraph Co 



Telephone Companies. 



Burlington Telephone Co. . . 
Northwestern Telephone Co 
Wisconsin Telephone Co 



Insurance Companies. 

Fire. 

American Central Ins. Co , St. Louis, Mo. . 

^tna Ins. Co. Hartford, Conn 

American Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 

American Fire Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa. . 

Alemania Fire Ins. Co., Pittsburg, Pa 

American Fire Ins. Co., Chicago, 111 

Amazon Ins. Co., Cincinnati, Ohio 

American Fire Ins. Co., New York 

American Fire Ins. Co., Boston 

Accident Ins. Co., of N. A. Boston 

Buffalo Ina. Co., Buffalo, N. Y 

Boylston Mut Ins. Co., Boston 

British American Ins. Co., Toronto, Can. . . 

Boston, Maiine Ins. Co., Boston 

Concordia Fire Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. . 
Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. ; Hartford, Conn 

Commercial Union Ins. Co., England 

Continental Fire Ins. Co., New York 

City of London l<ire Assurance, London. . 

Commerce Ins. Co., Albany, N. Y 

Citizens Ins. Co., New York 

Commercial Fire Ins. Co., New York 

California Ins. Co., San Francisco, Cal. . . , 

Clinton Fire Ina Co., New York 

Detroit F. and M. Ins. Ca, Detroit, Mich. , 



$72 05 

1,020 06 

10, 146 36 

9,607 t50 



$64 72 
47 66 



$110 00 

16 00 

8,771 87 



$2 50 

2 92 

457 87 



$198 65 


904 54 


159 42 


691 21 


125 15 


4 49 


192 41 


47 22 


46 62 


37 26 


44 53 


171 87 


405 60 


80 40 


,471 00 


393 26 


470 42 


J, 482 88 


111 59 


33 64 


107 16 


182 16 


162 00 


103 87 


104 73 



$683,082 51 



112 28 



3,897 87 



463 29 



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Dwelling House Ina Ca, Boston 

Equitable Fire Ins. Co., Providence, R. I 

Elliott Ins. Co., Boston 

Fire Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Firemen's Xns. Co., Newark, N. J 

Franklin's Fire Ina Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Firemen's Ids. Co., Boston . . 

Fidelity and Casualty Ids. Co., New York 

Firemen's Fund Ins. Co., San Francisco 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, Pa 

Fire Assurance Association, London, Eng 

Germantown Farmer's Mutual Ins. Co 

German Buffalo Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y 

Great Western Ina Co., New York 

Germania Fire Ina Co., New York 

German American Ins. Co., New York 

Guardian Assurance Co., London, England 

Grerman Insurance Co., Freeport, 111 

Greenwich Fire Ina Co., New York 

Glenn's Falls Ina Co., Glenn's Falls, N. Y 

Guarantee Ina Co , Montreal, Can 

German-Scat dinavianHaillns. Co.,StPaul. Minn 
Gerard Fire & Marine Ina Co., Philadelphia, Pa. 
German- Amen can Hail Ina Co., St. Paul, Minn. . 

Hekla Fire Ins. C.\, Madison, Wis 

Hartford Fire Ina Co., Hartford, Conn 

Home Ina Co., New York 

Herman Farmera' Mut. Ina Co., Woodland, Wis. 

Hanover Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Hamburg Bremen Ina Co., Hamburg, Germany. 
Harr. St Bo ler Inspection and Ins. Co., Hart, Ct. 

Howard Ina Co., New York 

Ina Co. of North America, Philadelphia, Pa 

Ina Co. of the State of Pennsylvania, Phil'a 

Imperial Fire Ins. Co^ London, England 

Lorillard Ina Co., New York 

London and Lancashire Ina Co., Liverpool, Eng. 

Lion Fire Ins. Co., Liverpool, England 

Liverpool, Lond. & Globe Ins. Co., Liverpool, Eng. 

Lancashire Ina Co., Manchester, Eng 

London Assurance Corporation, London, Eng. . . 
London and Provincial Ins. Co., London, Eng. . . 

La Conf ranee Ins. Co., Paris, France 

Lloyd Plate Glass Ina Co.. New York 

Milwaukee Mechanics Mut Ina Co., Milwaukee. 

Merchants Ina Co., Newark, N. J 

Michigan Fire and Marine Ins. Co 

Millers and Manufacturers Mut Ins. Co., Minneap 

Mercantile Ins. Co., Cleveland, Ohio 

Manufrs & Merchants Mut. Ina Co., Rockford, HI 

Misa Valley Manuf. Ina Co., Rock Island, 111 

Mercantile Fire lea Co., Massachusetts 

Metropole Fire Ins. Co., Paris, France 

Merclmnts Fire loa Co., Providence, R. I 

Metropolitan Plate Glass Ina Co., New York 

Mechanics and Traders Ina Co., New York 

Manufacturers F. and M. Ins. Co., Boston 

Northwestern National Ins. Co., Milwaukee. Wia 
National Fire Ina C j., Hartford, Conn 



$21 98 

149 12 

99 44 

58 90 

105 30 

247 75 

99 30 

487 16 

251 20 

1,071 29 

418 92 

886 00 

264 74 

66 98 

662 56 

1,009 47 

168 94 

558 98 

236 03 

246 05 

6 40 

26 47 

236 26 

167 90 

1,182 00 

1,485 06 

2,231 19 

119 88 

662 56 

230 84 

128 73 

192 25 

2,158 64 

98 88 
325 31 
138 04 
100 45 

93 38 

684 56 

445 89 

408 44 

73 22 

192 18 

9 52 

2,396 00 

189 63 

31 00 

54 49 

213 66 

26 14 

68 48 

99 28 
229 62 
148 47 

82 

183 56 

271 20 

1,038 31 

249 90 



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North British and Mercantile Ins. Co., London . . 

Newark Fire Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 

Niagara Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Norwich Union Fire Ins. Soc., Norwich, Enj< 

North German Fire Ins. Co., Hamburg, Germany 

New York Bowery Fire Ins. Co., New York 

New Hampshire Fire Ins. Co., Manchester, N. H. 

National Fire Ins. Co.. New York 

Northern Assurance Co., London, Eng 

New Orleans Ins. Co., New Orleans 

Orient Ins. Ca, Hartford Conn 

Phoenix Fire Ins. Co , Hartford, Conn 

Penosylvania Fire Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Penn 

Pheonix Insurance Co., Brooklyo, N. Y 

Pheonix Assurance Co,, London, Eng 

Providence Washington Ins. Co., Providence, R. I. 

Peoples' Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Prescott Fire Ins. Co., Boston, Mass 

Pacific Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Pennsylvania Fire Ins. Co., Pittsburg, Pa 

Plymouth Mutual Hail Ins. Co., Plymouth, Wis. 

Queen's Ins. Co., Liverpool, Eng 

Boyal Ins. Co., Liverpool, Eng 

Rochester German Fiie Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y. 

Securitv Ins. Co., New Haven, Conn 

St. Paul F. and M Ins. Co., St Paul, Minn 

Star Fire Ins. Co., N. Y 

Springfield F. and M. Ins. Co., Springfield, Mass. 
Scottish Union and National Ins. Co., Edinburg, 

Scotland 

Sun Fire Ins. Co., Lo-^don, Eng 

Shoe and Leather Ins. Co., Boston, Mass 

Standard Fire Ins. Co,, London, Eng 

Standard Fire Ins. Co., N. Y 

Sterling Fire Ins Co., N. Y 

Trader's Ins. Co., Chicago 

Trans- Atlantic Ins. Co., Germany 

Union Ins. Co., San Francisco, Cal 

Union Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

U. S. Fire Ins Co., N. Y 

Union Marine Ins. Co., G. B 

Western Manufacturer's Mutual Ins. Co 

Westchester Fire Ins. Co., New Rochelle, N. Y. . . 

Washington F. and M. Ins. Co., Boston 

Western Assurance Co., Toronto, Can 

Williamsburg City Fire Ins. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y. 

Life, 

Aetna Life Ins. Co., Hartford 

Continental Life Ins. Co., Hartford 

Charter Oak Life Ins. Ca, Hartford 

Connecticut Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hartford 

Equitable Life Ins. Co. of U. S., N. Y 

Germania Life Ins. Co., N. Y 

Home Life Ins. Ca, Brooklyn, N. Y 

Indust'l Branch, Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., N. Y 
Manhattan Life Ina Co 



$1,029 68 

92 68 

484 48 

282 66 

159 20 










80 62 




146 24 




95 72 




272 48 




110 08 




298 08 




1,207 00 




945 59 




982 91 

468 04 

95 81 




2 27 




22 76 
80 62 




8 21 




14 97 




580 18 




473 30 




249 45 




28 58 




731 03 




129 97 




695 40 
78 01 




269 15 




202 26 




200 86 
58 18 




86 29 




257 44 




87 92 

78 78 




192 46 




2 44 




89 50 




249 00 




594 74 
96 69 




645 20 




112 60 






$44,735 33 


$300 00 


800 00 
800 00 





800 00 




800 00 




800 00 




800 00 




800 00 




800 00 





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Mutual Benefit Life Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 

Mutual Life Ins. Co., New York 

Massax^husetts Mutual Life las. Co., Springfield . 
Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 

New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., Boston 

New York Life Ins. Co. ♦ New York . 

Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hartford 

Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Provident Savings Life Assurance Soa, N. York . 
Travelers Life and Accident Ins. Co., Hartford . . 

United States Life Ins. Co., New York 

Union Mutual Life Ins. Co.. Portland, Me 

Washington Life Ins. Co., New York 



Hawkers and peddlers 

From Sundry Sources. 

Secretary of State, fees from notaries 

Secretary of State, fees of office 

Commissioners of Public Lands, fees 

Insurance Commissioner, insurance fees 

Simeon Mills, judgment, State vs. Mills 

State Superintendent, dictionaries sold 

Superintendent of "Public Property, docum'ts sold 

Marathon county lands, sales 

Income penalty 

Trespass penalty 

Jefferson Free High School, State aid refunded. . 

Fox Lake Free High School, State aid refunded. 

Wauzeka Free High School, State aid refunded. . 

Board of Regents of Normal Schools, printing. . . 

Gustav Meissner, mileage fees refunded 

Wi'Uam J. McCoy, mileage fees refunded 

Chris Leon hard t, mileage fees refunded 

Bank Dep't, publishing and printing bank report 

Costs on account of redemption 

Attorney General, costs. State vs. Mills 

Treas. Board of Regents of Normal Schools, over- 
payment of 1882, refunded 

N. W. Mut. Life Ins. Co., fees for certificates 

State Librarian, Supreme Court reports sold 

Democrat Printing Co., overpayment for print- 
ing refunded 

Pease and Rogers, copies furnished 



$300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
6,326 80 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 



112,626 80 



$1,468 00 

1,441 04 

2,585 35 

16,010 00 

6,500 00 

2,011 60 

409 80 

180 00 

1,932 59 

811 92 

269 00 

214 00 

92 00 

223 68 

10 00 

2 40 

10 00 

120 00 

1 a5 

200 64 

161 92 
6 00 
6 00 

6 00 
25 00 



Total receipts . 



13,218 93 



34,698 79 



$1,605,092 17 



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Salaeies and Permanent 
Appropriations. 

Governor's Office — 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, Governor, Salary 
L. J. Rusk, Grovernor's Private Sec*y 
Sam. S. Fifield, Acting Governor. . . 



Secretary of State — 
Ernst G. Timme, Sec. State, Salary. 
M. T. Park, Asst. Sec. State, Salary. 



State Treasurer's Office— 
E. C. McFetridge, S.ate Treas., Salary 
J. A. McFetridge, Asst. Trea&, Salary 



Attomey-OeneraVs Office — 
L. F. Frisby, Attorney-Gen'l, Salary 
H. W. Chynoweth, Asst Att.-Gen., Sal 



State Superintendent's Offi>ce — 
Robert Graham, State Supt, Salary 
Robt Graham, State Supt., expenses 
Robt. Graham, State Supt., elk. hire 
W. H. Chandier, Asst. State Supt, Sal 
State Supt, Appro. Sec. 166, R. S... 



Railroad Commissioner — 
N. P. Haugen, R. R. Com., Salsry 
N. P. Haugen, R. R. Com., expenses. 
J. H. Foster, Dept. R. R. Com., Salary 
J. H. Foster, Dept R. R. Coul, expena 
Self ert & Schoeffel, maps 



Public Property Office— 
W. H. Bennett, Supt Pub. Property 



$5,000 00 

1,601 00 

150 00 


$5,000 00 
2,000 00 


$5,000 00 
2,000 00 


$3,000 00 
2,000 00 


$1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,800 00 

150 00 


$3,000 00 

402 20 

812 50 

93 00 

717 50 







$6,751 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



5,000 00 



5,650 00 



5,025 20 



2,000 00 



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Supreme Court — 
Orsamus Cole, Chief Justice, salary . 
Wm. P. Lyon, Associate Jus ice, sal 
H. S. Orton, Associate Justice, sal. . . 
David Taylor, Associate Justice sal . 
J. B. Cassoday, Associate Justice, sal. 
Clarence Kellogg, Clerk, per diem 

Clarence Kellogg, Clerk, fees. 

O. M. Conover, Reporter 

James P. Paine, Secretary to Justices 
C. H. Beyler, Crier 



Circuit Courts — 
J. T. Wentworth, Judge, 1st circuit. 
C. A. Hamilton, Jud^e, 3d circuit . 
David J. Pulling, Judge, 3d circuit 
Norman L. Gilson, Judge, 4th circuit. 
M. M. Cothren, Judge, 5th circuit. . . 
Geo. Clementson, Judge, 5th circuit. 
A. W. Newman, Judge, $th circuit. . 
Gilbert L. Pa'k, Judge, 7th circuit. . 
Cbas. M. Webb, Judge. 7th circuit. . 
Egbert B. Bundy, Judge, 8th circuit 
Alva Stewart, Judge, 9th circuit . 
Geo. H. Myers. Judge, 10th circuit 
Solon H. Clough, Judg-*, 11th circuit. 
H. S. Conger, Judge, 12th circuit. . . 
J. R. Bennett, Judge, 12th c rcuit. . 
A. Scott Sloan, Judge, 13th circuit. . 



State Historical Society — 
Lyman C. Draper, Secretary, salary. 
Daniel S. Durrie, Librarian, salary. . 
L S. Bradley, Asst. Librarian, salary. 
Treasurer, annual appropriation 



State Library — 
J. R. Berry man. State L'brarian, sal 

A. L. Bancroft & Co,, books 

Banks & Bro., books 

Caliaghan & Co., books 

Carswell & Co., books 

D. B. Canfield, books 

Geo. W. Crane & Co., books 

Continental Collection Union, books. 

Chicago Legal News 

William Gould & Son, b joks 

S. B. Giiswold, books 

Geo. A. Lewis, books 

Mills & Co., books 

E. B. My^rs, books 

John D. Parsons 



$5,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

5,000 00 

510 00 

227 35 

3,000 00 

1,100 00 

202 00 



$3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
8,000 00 

750 00 
2,250 00 
8,000 00 
3,000 00 

375 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 
3,000 00 

750 00 
2,788 04 
3,000 00 



$1,200 00 

1,600 00. 

825 00 

5,000 00 



1,500 00 

80 00 

32 25 

727 00 

681 08 

10 00 

20 00 

10 00 

2 20 

249 75 

17 15 
5 00 
7 00 
7 00 

18 00 



$3b,039 25 



39,913 04 



8,625 00 



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Rowsell & Hutchinson, books 

F. M. Reed, books 

Review Publishing Co., books 

Wm. H. Stevenson, books 

Stevens & Haynesi, books 

Edward Thompson, books 

F. H. Thomas, books 

West Publishing C )., books . . 
Wisconsin Legal News, b©ok-< 



State Bo'rd of Charities and Reform — 
A. E. Elmore, member, expenses . . . 
Mrs. E. B. Fairbanks, member, ex's. 

H. H. Giles, member, expenses 

W. W. Reed, member, expenses. . . . 

J. H. Vivian, member, expenses 

A. O. Wright, Secretary, salary 

A O. Wright, Secretary, expenses. . 
A. O. Wright, Secretary, expenses 

of Board : . . 

A O. Wright, Secretary, 500 copies 

North C'On. of Char, and Reform 



Land Protection — 
V. M. Adams, timber clerk, salary . 
V. M. ^dams, timber clerk, expenses 
O. W. Block, timber clerk, salary. . . 
O. W. Block, timber, clerk, expenses 
G. W. Ghoca, timber clerk, sa'ary'. 
G. W. Ghoca, timber clerk, expense 
H. M. McCord, timber clerk, salary 
H. M. McCord, timber clerk, expanses 
C. E. Mears, timber clerk, salary . . . 
C. E. Mears, timber clerk, expenses . 
E. Outhwaite, timber clerk, salary. 
E. Outhwaite, timber clerk, expcDSFS 
WilUim Wall, timber clerk, salary. 



Insurance Commission — 
P. L. Spooner, Jr., Ins. Com., salary 
R. C. Spooner, Dep. Ins. Com., salary 



State Board of Heilth— 
J. T. Reeve, Sec, expenses of board 

David At wood, printing 

Democrat Prt. Co., printing report 



Fish Culture — 
Treas. Fish Comm., expenditures. . 



$35 72 

6 67 

5 00 

5 00 

81 00 

22 50 

16 50 

28 50 

3 00 



$409 55 
156 20 
272 10 
199 40 
288 60 
1,500 00 
381 47 

90 10 

180 00 



$600 00 


58 90 


550 00 


98 25 


550 00 


261 01 


150 00 


76 00 


600 00 


496 45 


750 00 


151 10 


600 00 


$3,000 00 


812 50 


$4,293 43 


40 18 


421 24 



$3,565 32 



$3,477 42 



$4,941 71 



$3,812 50 



$4,754 85 



6,500 00 



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Interest on State Indebtedness— 
Od bonds 


$90 00 

109,389 00 

86,099 00 

7,770 00 

4,242 00 






On certificates of indebtedness to 
School Fund 






Normal School Fund 






University Fund 






Agricultural College Fund 






$167,690 00 
7,088 86 

46,682 51 




School Fund Income— 
Interest, Sec. 274. R. S. . 








University Fund Income— 
Appropriation, Sea 890, ] 


a. s 










$a54,866 16 




$1,000 00 


For Legislativ 
Expenses. 

Lieutenant Oovemor— 
Samuel S. Fifield 


E 






Salaries, 

$500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
600 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
600 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
600 00 


Mileage, 
$14 00 

4 20 
20 00 
26 00 
86 00 
20 00 
88 00 
86 60 

16 50 
20 00 
42 00 
58 00 
42 00 
24 60 
20 00 

5 60 
30 00 

6 00 
50 00 
20 00 

7 80 
40 00 
12 80 

7 00 
67 00 

17 50 
17 00 
81 00 
20 00 
20 00 
AO 00 










Senators — 






Henry M. Ackley 

John A'^ams 










Van S. Bennett 






Edward R Blake 






John Carey 






Enoch Chase 






Edward Colman 






Noah D. Comstock 






Jedd. P. C. Cottrill 






Chas. K. Erwin 






Rockwell J. Flint 






James Hill 






Thomas R Hudd 






Charles Jonas 






JohnT. Kingston 

Simon L. Lord 










Donald A. McDonald. . . 






William C. MeflFert 






Edward S. Minor 






Charles Palmatier 






William T. Parry 

John L. Pinsel 










A. N.Randall 






William W. Reed 






John Ringle 






George W. Ryland 

Benjamin F. Sherman. . 
Patrick H. Smith 














William a Stanley, Jr. . 
Thomas Wall 










Hans B. Warner 













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Charles M. Webb. 
James F. Wiley. . 



$500 00 
500 00 



$16,500 00 



Senate Employes — 
C. E. Bross, clerk, opening session. . 

C. E. Bross, chief clerk, salary 

J. W. Bates, assistant 

O. G. Munson, book-keeper 

Thos. Bright, engrossiD£ clerk 

James T. Greene, enroltiog clerk. . . 
S. S. Lockhar, transcribing clerk . . . 

W. W. Flynn, proof-reader 

J. S. Parkinson, extra clerk 

J. J. Crawford, extra clerk 

H. L. Comstock, extia clerk 

B. B. Scott, extra clerk 

Pliny Allen, extra clerk 

Johu Ever, extra clerk 

James E. Baker, extra clerk 

Wm. Stanton, extra clerk 

Richard Hudd, extra clerk •. . 

J. B. Bennett, extra clerk 

H. L. Halligan, extra clerk 

Mattie Fowler, extra clerk 

Hattie Wallace, extra clerk 

Clara Miller, extra clerk 

Minnie Burdick, extra clerk 

Annie M. Gorham, extra clerk 

Katie Piitkerton, extra clerk 

Dora Reeves, extra clerk 

Sallie Jones, extra clerk 

Minnie Quinlan, extra clerk 

Mattie Hastreiter, extra clerk 

Lizzie Norton, extra clerk 

Alice Purcell, extra clerk 

Elsie Baker, extra clerk 

Sarah Church, extra clerk 

Jean Cornwall, extra clerk 

Nettie Bruce, extrd clerk 

Hannah McCann, extra c erk 

Emmi Hawley, extra clerk 

MoUie Davis, extra clerk 

Minnie Rasdell, extra clerk 

Emma Lawrence, extrd. clerk 

Anna Vilas, extr clerk 

Mary Davis, extra clerk 

Winnie Bright, extra clerk 

Fannie Ru- sell, extra clerk 

Bell Reed, extra clerk 

Bella Baker, extra clerk 

A. D. Thorp, sergeant-at-arms 

C. A. Langriige, asst sergt.-at-arms. 

H. C. Spaulding, i>ostmaster 

J. J. Marshall, assistant postmaster. 



$29 00 
18 00 



$856 60 



$50 00 
800 00 
425 00 
425 00 
340 00 
340 00 
340 00 
340 00 
375 00 

339 00 
255 00 
255 00 
171 00 
180 00 
255 00 
195 00 
102 00 

30 00 

30 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

138 00 

120 00 

129 00 

210 00 

225 00 

84 00 

99 00 

99 00 

99 00 

84 00 

87 00 

12 00 

72 00 

72 00 

57 00 

48 00 

15 00 

102 00 

60 00 

75 00 

425 00 

340 00 
340 00 
297 50 



117,356 60 



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Fund Disbursements for 1883. 


H. Tillson, door-keeper 


$255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
297 50 
255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
255 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
42 50 
297 50 
297 50 
297 60 






Joseph Granvogel, door-1 
J. W. Hodges, door-ke^pe 
J. S. Adlington, door-kee 


weeper., 

r 










per 






Claus Johnson, irallery attendant. . . 






Frank Hutson, document room att'd 






Thos. Watson, document room clerk 






Owen Pritchard, janitor. 
^. A. Curtis, enr. & eng. 








room attend 






0. L. Wright, porter 






6. W. Churchill, night watchman. . . 






Fred R Irish, messenger. 
Lemuel Parry, messentcei 
Emile Fargeot, messengc 
R Davis, messenger 














it 












Ben Smith, messenger 






Benie Wright messenger. 






Charlie Adamson, messenger 







Arthur Kneeland, messenger 







Frank Hutson. document room att*d 






A. F. Blessing, clerk judiciary com. 






R A. Hotchkiss, elk. com. on eng.bills 






S. H. Thomjis, elk. com. on enr. bills 








$15,464 00 




Members of Assembly- 
Earl P. Finch, Speaker. . 


Salary. 
$500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 


Mileage. 




George A. A» ert 


$20 00 

40 

14 00 

34 20 

69 40 

25 00 
14 00 
22 00 
16 00 

11 60 
20 00 
48 00 

8 00 

43 00 
42 00 

44 00 
28 00 
41 60 
34 00 
36 00 
61 00 
20 00 
14 00 

12 00 

26 60 






Henry 0. Adams 






Michael Adams 






Wilhelm T. Albers 






Canute Anderson 






Adam Apple 






George W. Bishop 






Willifam H. Blyton 






John Bolender 






Orrin W. Bow 






F. C. G. Brand 


' 




Alexander Brazeau 






William B. Britton 






E. W.Brown 






Louis Bruemmer 






Jacobs. Bugh 






Ralza W. Button 






James Campion 






Robert Cance 






Thomas Carmichael 






Peter B. Champagne . . . 






Frederick N. Comdohr. . 






John Conley 






Samuel A. Craig 






Thomas Curfey 






Dexter Curtis 






John Dawsou 


30 00 
18 00 
22 80 






Ensign P. Dickinson. . . 






Michael J. Egan 







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Christen Ellefson 

Bernard Esser 

Greorge W. Everts 

Hiram O. Fairchild . . . 

Jolin Fellenz 

Earl P. Finch 

Carlton Foster 

Jacob E. Friend 

Hiram Gabriel 

James S. Gte,llagher. . . 

George R. Gardner 

Henry Goedjen 

William a Grubb.... 

John Hardgrove 

Eli Hawks 

Jay R. Hinckley ; . 

Daniel D. Hooker 

Wm. H. Huntington. . 

John Huntly 

James Johnston 

Richard Kennedy 

Edward I. Kidd 

Carl C. Kuntz 

Cbarles A. Lane 

John E. Leahy 

James Lennon 

Chris. Leonhardt 

Thomas Lynch 

Robert J. MacBride. . . 
Wjlliam J. McCoy.. . 

George D. McDill 

John McKenzie 

Robert Macauley, 

Jacob Martin, Sr 

Walter S. Maxwell... 

Gustav Meissner 

Joseph Miller 

Herman Naber 

Marshall C. Nichols. . 

George NoUer .• 

John O'Neill 

William P. Packard . . 

A. H. Pape 

Eli Pederson 

Robert W. Pierce. . . ;. 

Francis V. Piper 

Orris Pratt 

John D. Putnam 

John J. Race 

Jamfs J. Rasmussen. . 
Matthias J. Regan .... 

James Ryan 

Frederick Scheiber... 

Philip Schneider 

TerrettC. Sharp 

Henry Spiering . ... 
Donald Stewart 



$500 00 


ISO 00 


500 00 


2 30 


500 00 


19 20 


500 00 


51 40 


500 00 


20 00 


600 00 


20 00 


500 00 


20 00 


500 00 


20 00 


500 00 


19 40 


500 00 


25 00 


500 00 


28 00 


500 00 


38 00 


500 00 


7 60 


500 00 


36 00 


500 00 


15 00 


500 00 


22 00 


500 00 


20 00 


500 00 


40 40 


500 00 


13 80 


500 00 


51 00 


500 00 


14 00 


500 00 


18 40 


500 00 


6 40 


500 00 


21 00 


500 00 


57 00 


500 00 


41 60 


500 00 


60 00 


500 00 


35 00 


500 00 


30 00 


500 00 


19 40 


500 00 


56 40 


500 00 


6 40 


500 00 


45 00 


500 00 


17 01 


500 00 


25 00 


500 00 


27 00 


500 00 


40 00 


500 00 


38 00 


500 00 


29 00 


500 00 


21 50 


500 00 


26 00 


500 00 


25 00 


500 00 


50 00 


500 00 


7 00 


500 00 


17 00 


500 00 


9 00 


500 00 


17 00 


500 00 


55 00 


500 00 


24 00 


500 00 


43 60 


500 00 


16 00 


500 00 


8 10 


500 00 


20 00 


500 00 


28 00 


600 00 


33 00 


500 00 


30 20 


600 00 


16 80 



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A. L. Swart 


1 
$500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
500 00 


$81 00 
13 60 
38 40 
43 00 
10 00 
36 80 
23 00 
20 00 
20 00 
32 00 
2 40 
56 00 
26 60 
42 60 






Sajnuel Tanner 






James A. Taylor 

John A. Tester 










Charles G. Thomas. 






W. W. D. Turner 






Peter Vredenburgh 

John A. WaU 










Michael P. Walsh 






James F. Ware 






Clement E. Warner 






Greorge Warren 






Geo W. Weeden 






Philip M. Wirth 






$53, 199 80 






$50,500 00 


$2,699 80 




Assembly Employes — 
E. D. Coe, clerk, opening 


session 


|50 00 

800 00 

425 00 

425 00 

425 00 

80 00 

260 00 

840 00 

840 00 

340 00 

330 00 

240 00 

255 00 

255 00 

180 00 

204 00 

135 00 

185 00 

97 50 

57 00 

90 00 

69 00 

180 00 

120 00 

75 00 

45 00 

80 00 

45 00 

75 00 

90 00 

60 00 

180 00 

315 00 

120 00 

270 00 

270 00 

234 00 

284 00 

234 00 




I. T. Carr, chief clerk, salary 

J. W. Murphy, first assistant clerk . . 
J. L. O'Connor, second assistant clerk 














C. L. Clark, book-keeper 
C. N. Holden. enroUinfir c 








-Ifirk 






W. J. Taylor, enrolling clerk 

C. R. Blumenfeld, engrossing clerk. . 
James Douglass, transcribing c^erk. 
George Stone, proof-reader clerk, . . 
J. T. Huntingtoo, extra clerk 






















S. S. Allen, extra clerk . 








Charles A. Leicht, extra 
William Dunn, extra cle 
William Bach, extra clei 
L. W. Naylor, extra cler 
H. Malov. extra clerk. . . 


clerk 

rk 










•k 






k 












James Cartin, extra cler 
Oscar Schlotthauer, extr 
Jacob Seaman, extra cle 
R. C. Spooner, extra clei 
Jerry McKey, extra cler] 
A Tanberg, extra clerk. 
George C. Storer 


k. 






a clerk 

rk 










•k 






k 


















Frank Norton, extra clei 
George C. Main, extra c] 
C. H. Hudson, extra clei 
J U. Dominique, extra c 
Herbert Pinder, extra cl 
William M. Bradley 


rk 






erk 

rk 










lerk 

erk 
















W. J. Taylor, extra clerl 
Charles Clark, extra clei 
Hattie Stout, extra cleri 
Fanny King, extra e'er] 
Mary D. McHenrv. extrs. 


t 






rk 






k 






c 






1. olftrlr 












Winifred Bright, extra clerk 






Anna Vilas, extra clerk, 
Nellie Burchard, extra c 








lerk 







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Francis Fuller, extra clerk 

H. Sylv<-ster, extra clerk 

M. E. Young, extra clerk 

Julia Thomas, extra cl«rk 

Sella Larkins, extra clerk 

M. Prichard, ex'ra clerk 

Lizzie Craig, extra clerk 

E. F. Baas, extra clerk 

E. A. Evans, extra clerk 

E. Woo^ard, extra clerk 

Fannie Storer, extra clerk 

Stella Witherford. extra clerk 

L. Easton, extra clerk 

Ella Carr, extra clerk 

Annie Partridge, extra clerk 

E. Wilson, extra clerk 

Nellie Madden, extra clerk 

Esther Myers, extra clerk 

Jennie Collins, extra clerk 

B. C. Slaughter, extra clerk 

Carrie M. Alverson, extra clerk 

Josie Buelesbach, extra clerk 

Annie Halligan, extra clerk 

Kate Tullis, extra clerk 

Aggie Hylind, extra clerk 

Abbie Smith, extra clerk 

Annie O'Sheridan, extra clerk 

O. Pratt, extra clerk 

Nellie Jewett, extra clerk 

Cora Ridamund, extra clerk 

Kate O'Connor, extra clerk 

Anna Pritchard, extra clerk 

Anna Easton, extrdk clerk 

Lizzie Br ghti extra cl-rk 

Thomas Kennedy, 8ergeaQt-a^arm8. 
B.McGinty, asst. s rgeant-at-arms. . 

B. Weeboidt. postmaster 

W. H. Fitzgerald, as^t. postma^Jter, . 
L. Johnson document room clerk . . . 
B. Reagan, document room attend' t 

Byron Abert, dopr-ke»'per 

J. B. Bradford, door-keeper 

O. B. Phelps, door-keeper 

J. W. Liebenstein. door-keeper 

J. W. Liebenstein, general attendant 

William Smith, door-keeper 

Michael Riedy, gallery attendant. . . 
T. F. McCarty, ga lery attendant . . . 

Frank Grames. fireman 

W. J. Ar hur, flagman 

Matthew Dunn, bath room attend' t. 

Bernard Higgins, porter 

Albert Bums, night watchman . ^ . . . 

William Smibh, policeman 

J. W. Llebenstem, policeman 

J. B. Rand, c<imm. room attend'nt . 
Thos. Groundwater, messenger. . . . 



$237 00 

264 00 

168 00 

195 50 

15 00 

234 00 

174 00 

180 00 

195 00 

165 00 

180 00 

120 00 

60 00 

225 00 

150 00 

195 00 

97 50 

84 00 

58 50 

105 00 

135 00 

148 50 

182 00 

195 00 

70 50 

153 00 

45 00 

60 00 

60 00 

60 00 

180 00 

60 00 

135 00 

60 00 

425 00 

340 00 

840 00 

297 50 

297 50 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

180 00 

42 50 

75 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

255 00 

256 00 
180 00 

75 00 
255 00 
170 00 



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Charles J. Smith, messenger 

Eugene Gannon, messenger 

Henry Allemans, messenger 

Willie Maffet, messenger 

James Hoy, messenger 

Herman Schatz, messenger 

J. F. Donavan, messenger 

Charles J. Coffy, messenger 

Thos. Wilkinson, messenger 

Timnthy Coughlio, ntessenger 

Walter Kropf, mes-enger 

James McCoy, messenger 

B. RegaD, committee room attendant 
John O. DrescoU, extra employe. . 
W. C. Brawley, cPk com. on enr. bills 
J. C. Connor, cPk com. on eng. bills . 
Joseph Roy, clerk juiliciary com. . . . 
A. B. Roeder, cl'kcooFi. bills 3d re'ng 



Legislative Employes — 
J. H. Whitney, cl'k jt. com. on claims 



Printing for Legislature — 

David At wood, joint res. No. 4, 1882 

David At wood, printing 

Democrat Printing Co., printing sen- 
ate bills 

Democrat Printing Co., printing As- 
sembly bills 

Democrat Printing Co, printing, 
miscellaneous 

Blue Book — 

J. E. Heg, compiling 

David Atwood, printing 

Seifert & Schoeffel, engravings 



QasfoT Legislature — 
Madison Gas Co 



Supplies for Legislature — 

James E. Fisher, furniture 

Hollister's pharmacy, merchandise. 

New York store, merckandise 

Bunker & Vroman, lumber 



Legislative Visiting Committee — 

George A. Abert 

James Hill 

J. J. Rapmussen 



1170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
170 00 
42 50 
168 00 
297 50 
297 50 
297 50 
220 50 



$290 98 

77 88 

595 17 
1,250 91 
2,732 89 



$500 00 
3,878 83 
1,890 00 



$106 25 

8 30 

55 21 

45 00 



1100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



4-Sec. 



$21,552 00 
297 50 



4,947 78 



6,268 83 
1,122 30 



209 76 



300 00 



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''A"— General Fund Disbursements for 1883. 


Investigating Committee— 
A. K. Delanev. witness 


$20 70 
12 10 
18 90 

22 10 
8 10 

8 20 
18 10 

9 60 
30 00 

23 81 






R, w. Honey, witness 






H. W. Laoder, witness 






D. W. Maxon, witness 






C. A. Pettibone. witness 






John Steele, witness 






David W. Small, witness 






Stephen Warren, witness 






R. fe. Comley 






Thomas Kennedy 








11 71 61 
200 




Newspapers for Legislature 






Hoffman and Cuoningham, Times, 
Chippewa Falls, N. P. for 1882 




Contesting Seats- 
Chris, Leonhardt, expenses 


250 00 
615 10 
300 00 




Micbapl Kflran, PxnftnRfia, . . , 






Geo. 0. Spear, expenses 








1, 166 10 




Chaplains— 
Rev. J. D. Butler 


15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 
15 00 




Rev. J. H. Crocker 






Rev. E. L. Eaton 






Rev. J. E. Irish 






Rev. W. A. McAtee 






Rev. H. A Miner 






Rev. C. 0. Maltby 






Rev. J. B. Pradt 






Rev. Charles Ruehle 






Rev. C. H. Richards 






Rev. H. A Winters 








165 00 




Total for L°erislature 


88,778 66 
6,763 38 
2,500 00 
7,000 00 


$123,222 28 


For Charitable and Penal 

iNSTITt^TIONS. 

State Hospital for the Insane— 
Expenses 


Bath rooms 






Painting and Repairs 






Land 








$105,042 04 




Northern Hospital for the Insane— 
Expenses 


107,342 60 

4,000 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 




Repairs 






Painting ^ . . 






Fire Hose 








118,842 60 





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Institute far the Deaf and Durnb- 

Expenses 

Water Closets 



$85,311 27 
1,800 00 



Institute for the Blind - 
Expenses 



Industrial School for Boys — 

Expenses 

Land 

Building 



Industrial School for Oirls— 
Building 



State Prison — 

Expenses 

Building 



Soldiers' Orphans' Home — 
R W. Barton, Sec, sal. and expenses. 



For Clerk Hire. 



Governors Office — 
T. L. Hacker 



Secretary's Office — 
F. W. F<eckmaD, ass't book-keeper.. . 

A. E. Bauer recording clerk 

J. E. Erdall, mailing clerk 

W. W. Jones, fi ing clerk 

Chas. A. Leith, printing clerk 

Aj E. McCurdy, compiling clerk 

Tnos St George, corresponding and 

warrant clerk 

D. H. Tullis, book-keeper 

Mrs. F. M. Vilas, registration clei k . 
F. M. Conover, work on index to 

laws 



A. E. Bauer, services under chapter 
94, laws 1883 



Treasurer's Office — 

W. B Hazeitine, deposit clerk 

NicKonrad, Jr., corresponding c'k. 

Charles Maynard, mailng clerk 

Charles Wedelstedt, book-keept^r . . . 
C. We <elstedt, c'erk, bank deposit. . 

Ed. Hickman, watchman 

Henry Malone, watchman 



$47,901 88 
8,800 00 
1,500 00 



$13,369 35 
1,000 00 



$1,800 00 
750 00 
1,200 00 
1,880 00 
1,800 00 
1,880 00 

1,749 00 
1,800 00 
1,200 00 

200 00 



$1,800 00 

1,800 00 

1,080 00 

1,800 00 

100 00 

12S 00 

606 00 



$87,111 27 
14,234 23 



58,201 88 
2,500 00 



14,369 35 
79 00 



$1,500 00 



13,259 00 
750 00 



$7,308 00 



$845,380 37 



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Land Office — 

C. F. Fricke, chief clerk 

C. F. Fricke, clerk to Corns, of Pub. 

Lands 

B. F. Cram 

Geo. B. Carter 

B. J. Castle 

C. M. Foresman 

Peter Fa^g 

K S. McBride 

Ole R. Ofson 

F. L. Phillips 



Public Property Office — 
W. H. Joslin 



State Superintendent's Offix^e — 
A. A. Spencer 



Bailnyad Commissioner'' a Office — 
J. H. Foster 



Insurance Commissioner's Offi^ie — 
R. C. Spooner 



For Labor About Capitol 



Engineers and firemen — 
Edwin Culver, engineer . . 

Frank Smith, engineer 

Edwin Hickman, fireman . 
Anton Olson, fireman. . . . 



Carpenters — 
D.H. Wright.... 
Charles Gussman 



Watchmen — 
Henrv Shetter . 
I. E. Troan . . . . 



Police— 
George W. Baker 
Eugene Bo wen . . . 
E. E. Thomas . . . . 



$1,800 00 

200 00 
1,440 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,700 00 
1,440 00 
1,700 00 
1,440 00 
1,200 00 



$1,095 00 
897 00 
676 25 
798 25 



$936 00 

858 00 



$730 00 
730 00 



$649 92 
730 00 
730 00 



$13,920 00 



1,375 00 



1,500 00 



687 50 



550 00 



$3,466 50 



1,794 00 



1,460 00 



2, 109 92 



$40,849 50 



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Janitors and Messengers — 

C. H. Beyler, Supreme court rooms. 

J. C. Butler, H-storical rooms 

C. L. Bil»ing8, Att*y Gen. office 

F. J. Cram, Supreme court rooms. . . 
Wm. H. Glenz, Insurance office. . . . 
C. E. Hoyt, Public Property office. . 
Wm. J. Jones, Public Prop, office. . . 
Daniel Kessler, State Supt. office . . . 
H. W. Lovefoy, Governor's office. . . 
Fred. J. M 11, B'd Supervision office 

Charles Oleson, water closets 

S. G. Park hurst, Ag'l rooms 

J. W. Robson, Bur. Lab. Stat, office 

George Speckner, Land office 

Mark Smith, R. R. Com*rs office. . . 
L. F. Frisby, Jr., Atty. Gen. office. 

Eugene Roberts, Sec'ys office 

O. L. Wright, Sec'ys offic3 



Laborers — 

R Alford 

Mary Benson 

Peter Delmar 

Patrick Davitt.. . . 

Michael Egan 

Dora Gaetz 

Michael Lynch .... 

Dan Laven 

Bridget McMiilen. 

Henry Malone 

W.H. Mill ward... 
Margaret Metch'er 

E. R. Reed 

Julia Wilkinson. . . 



$649 92 


649 92 


595 76 


730 00 


671 44 


730 00 


1,080 00 


800 00 


730 00 


730 00 


649 92 


649 92 


649 92 


649 92 


730 00 


54 16 


649 92 


90 91 


616 64 


173 00 


720 00 


649 92 


616 64 


172 00 


616 64 


649 92 


208 95 


108 32 


702 48 


173 00 


720 00 


183 55 





For Contingent Expenses 

Amer'can Express Co. charges 

Abbott & Son, merch>)ndise and lat:or. 

W. J. Ayres, merchandise 

C. & F. Askew, merchandise 

C. H. Avery, merchandise 

Brahany & Detloff, blacksm* thing 

BuDker & Vroman, lumber 

W. H. Bennett, merchandise 

ChajB. E. Bross, furniture 

W. H. Bennett, freight 

R F. Bamum, wire screen 

M. Brahany. blacksmi thing 

Bentley So Nolan, repairs on capitol . . . 



$11,491 71 



$6,311 06 



$1 



,068 35 

23 19 

91 58 

4 50 

4 25 

3 75 
132 72 

4 43 
9 65 

20 95 

191 70 

4 60 

138 04 



$26,633 19 



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J. W. Butler Paper Co., merchandise 

E. P. Bennett, services 

G. A. Bennett, services 

H. Christopher & Co., serrices 

Chamberlain Manufacturing Co., merchandise 

Thomas Chynoweth, merchandise 

Culver, Page, Hoyne So Co., merchandise 

Calton & Davis, merchandise 

Cameron, Amberg & Co., merchandise 

J. W. Cole & Co., merchandise 

Dudley & Zehnter, merchandise 

Dan. Delany, brooms 

Walter Deards, weather strips 

C. A. Dewey, stove for secretary's office 

D. L. Delany, merchandise 

Dunning & Sumner, merchandise 

M. J. De Wolf, merchandise 

A. L. Davison, short-hand reporting for Attorney- 
General 

W. J. & F. Ellswor h, merchandise 

M. L. Edgerton, merchandise 

Rosa Fertig, repairing chairs 

Frank & Ramsay 

James E. Fisher 

Erick Foss, Services 

C. F. Fricke, merchandise 

Robert Graham, dictionary 

A. T. Glaze, merchandize 

D. Greatsinger, services 

F. H. Grube, merchandise 

W. E. Goodman, fixtures for secretary's office. 

Alexander Gill, merchandise 

Geo. Giiman, merchandise 

Gugler Lithograph Co., Lithographing 

HoUister's Pharmacy, merchandise 

H. D. Horton, merchandise 

Geo. W. Huntley, merchandise 

Hamilton Bros. & Co., merchandise 

F. Huels, repairs and supplies 

J. S. Hollpr & Cc, mercnandise 

Wm. Haley, services 

H. J. Hoffman, file drawers for State Supt . . . 

T. li. Hacker, stamp for executive office 

Hartford S. B. In^. & Ins Co., in& and inspection 

of boilers 

Geo. Hyland, services 

E. S. Holden, controlling electric clock 

Herbert Hoyt, services 

Hall's Safe & Lock Co., rep. lock Treas. office. . 

J. M. W. Jones S. & P. Co., merchandise 

Charles K^yser, merchandise 

John Kelley, cleaning chimneys of capitol 

James Livesey, mason work 

A. R Lawrence, merchandise 

F. D. Linn & Co., Law Magazine f^r Atty Gen. 

James Livesey, services in capitol park 

fYed Memhard, freight and cartage 

Charles E. Morgan 



$113 92 


3 00 


3 37 


124 50 


4 00 


7 20 


20 00 


10 80 


48 00 


20 00 


5 38 


20 00 


21 36 


45 00 


13 00 


56 28 


12 68 


57 00 


182 35 


63 85 


26 00 


792 35 


1,056 25 


14 88 


2 25 


7 00 


1 30 


3 50 


5 85 


24 00 


22 60 


22 07 


95 00 


403 00 


4 00 


20 60 


30 32 


86 90 


124 05 


10 50 


27 00 


8 00 


80 00 


3 65 


10 00 


4 12 


33 80 


40 00 


20 70 


16 00 


86 00 


7 00 


6 00 


412 62 


100 49 


5 72 



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B. D. Miner, ice 


$187 50 

18 73 

22 97 

8 57 

89 30 

242 47 

456 23 

31 00 

327 50 

96 00 

256 20 

107 99 

685 44 

1 13 

17 91 

202 52 

8 84 

36 00 

200 15 

7 25 

399 67 

55 00 

17 86 
12 00 

3 50 

53 29 

11 50 

99 00 

363 54 

11 60 

7 20 

7 00 

18 00 
138 44 

1 50 

5 00 
804 23 

20 00 

6 00 
5 00 
1 75 




Madison Manufg. Co., castings 




Madison Oas. Co., merchandise 




James E. Moseley, merchandise 




Madison Manufg. Co., labor on park gates 




H. Niedecken & Co., merchandise 




New York Store, merchandise 




R. G. Norton, repairing clocks 




R B. Ogilvie, merchandise 




Tim PiimeU, lahoT with t«*am 




"Wm. J. Park, merchandise 




A. A. Pardee & Bro., merchandise 




W . W. PolUrd, painting 




Henry Phillips, services 




C. S. Ranken, merchandise. 




Thomas Regan, merchandise 




Ann Speckner, sewing carpets 




Wm. Smith, repairing boilers 




Screnbon, Frederickson & Fish, lumber 




Spence & Lyon, merchandise 




John M. Sumner, hardware 




Self ert & Schoeffel, lithographing 




William Sauthoff, services 




Sherman & Reed, merchandise 




Ole Stevenson, services. 




Sharpe & Son, plastering 




Ann Speckner, repairing flag 




Self ert & Schoeffel, merchandise 




Sorenson, Frederickson & Fish, coun*rs S. T. office 




F. Scheibel, plants for fountain 




Sopha Speckner, sewing carpets 




Carl Schmid. repairing lock 




Ten ny & Reese, dating stamp 




U. S. Express Co., charges 




Julius Vogle, merchandise 




H. J. Van Keulen, climbing flag staff 




Wisconsin Telephone Co., rent of telephones 




West. Publishing Co., publications 




Mrs. S. A Wood worth, merchandise 




Mrs. S. A. Wood worth, stamp for Hist Society. . 




P. /^. M. Young, merchandise. x x . 






$10,635 70 


For PRiiqTiNa. 

David Atwood, Printing Report of 
Washburn Observatory 


$608 00 
33 37 
96 29 
258 18 
535 41 
56 69 
90 16 
78 49 
54 13 


Adjutant General, for 1881 




State Treasurer 





Academy of Science 





Secretary of State 




Regents of the State University 




Adjutant General, for 1882 




Oninmigginnerff of Public Tiandff 




Regents of Normal Schools 





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David Atwoodf Printing Report of — 

Inspector of Oils 

State Board of Supervision 

Milwaukee Insane Asylum. 

Bailroad Commissioner 

State Superintendent 

State Agricultural Society 

S ate Historical Society. 

Horticultural Societ/ 

Blanks for Governor 

Secretary of State 

State Treasurer 

Land Department 

Supreme Court 

State Librarian 

State Superintendent 

State Historical Society 

Railroad Commissioner 

Insurance Commissioner. 

Attorney General 

Supt. Public Property 

Registration 

Treasury Agent 

State Board of Charities and Reform 

State Prison 

Adjutant General 

State Board of Supervision 

Academy of Science , 

Printing Election Laws 

Message and Documents 

School Codes 

Binding Message and Documents 

Newspapers for Hi:>torical Society. 

State Library 

Newspapers for Secretary of State 

Insurance Commissioner 

State Treasurer 

A. O. Wright, cuts for Academy of Science 

Austin Cravath, cuts for Historical Society 

A. N. Kellogg, N. P. Co., Engravings for Hor. Soc 



Democrat Printing Co. Printing — 
Report for Fish Commissioners 

Board of Charities and Reform. 

Industrial School for Girls 

Blanks forGovernor 

Secretary of State 

Stat««> Treasurer 

Land Office. 

Supreme Court 

State Library. 

State Superintendent 

Historical Society 

Railroad Commissioner 

Insurance Commissioner 

Attorney G'*neral 

Superintendent Public Property 



$24 10 

889 69 

66 20 

542 40 

482 92 

,758 15 

700 20 

876 90 

21 08 

254 36 

39 80 

54 55 

75 45 

257 96 

191 95 

65 00 

16 80 

23 77 
14 48 

8 87 
83 90 
10 45 

24 78 
18 79 

8 57 

20 88 

5 23 

58 87 

143 01 

106 25 

71 08 

625 00 

27 04 

80 00 

20 00 

10 00 

20 00 

50 00 

20 00 



51 02 
442 16 

29 08 

44 67 
629 15 
200 12 
224 95 

49 73 
244 71 
528 45 

18 70 

44 38 
100 05 

41 18 
169 28 



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Democrat Printing Company — 

6'a.ii^s for Treasury Agent 


$53 38 

122 84 

71 31 

45 70 

76 45 

138 67 

74 70 

2,483 21 

1,03d 40 




State Board of Charities and Reform 




Adjutant General 




Quarter Master General 




State Board of Health 




State Board of Supervision 




Regents of S ate University 




Printing and binding VoL 1, Laws 1883 




Printing and binding Vol. 2, Laws 1883 


'$i5,*895"84 


For Bureau of Labor Statistics. 
Fra^nis: A. Flower, Comr, Salary 


666 25 
75 00 


Prank A. Flower, Commissioner, expenses 






741 25 


For Postage. 

Madison Post Office — 

Stamps for Governor 


$235 60 
220 70 
485 03 
217 96 
323 40 

87 00 

92 00 

71 00 
360 76 
109 00 

42 25 
306 20 
224 50 

50 00 
500 20 

74 20 
425 59 
147 91 

33 CO 
191 00 

25 

16 75 
8 31 
6 10 
6 98 
1 25 
3 15 

78 00 


Secretary of State 




State Treasurer 




Lnnd Departmenn 




State Superiutendent 




Superintendent of Public Property. 




Attorney General 




Railroad Commissioner 




Insurance Commissioner 




Adjutant General 




Quarter Master General 




Supreme Court 




State Board of Charities and Ref 'rm. 




State Librarian 




State Historical Society 




Trrasury Agent 




State Agricultural Society 




State Board of Supervision 




Bureau of Labor Statistics 




Drawer rent 




Muttuzl Union Telegraph Co — 

Telegrams for Secretary of State 




Western Union Telegraph Co— 
Telegrams for Sec. of State 




State Treasurer 




State Supfc 




Attorney General 




Supt. Pub. Property 




R. R. Commissioner 




State Treasurer — 

Stamps for State Treasurer 





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W. H. Chandler— 
Stamps for State Superintendent. 



Fob Papkb. 
J. W. Butler Paper Co 



Fob Gkoloqical Repobt. 



H. Niedecken & Co., paper 

Seifert & Schoeffel, maps for vols. 1 and 4 

David Atwood, priodng 

T. C. Chamberlin preparing report 

R B. Irving, preparing report 



Fob Gas. 



Madison Gas Co 



Fob Stationeby. 



J. W. Butler Paper Co 

W. H. Bennett 

Hamilton Bro& & Co 

J. M. W. Jones, S. and P. Co 

J. Enauber & Co 

J. K Moseley 

W. J.Park&Co 

Seifert & Schoeffel 

American Express Co 

Cameron, Amberg & Co 

H. Niedecken & Co 

"W. J. Ayres 

West. Publishing Co 

L. V. Ooston 

West & Co 



Fob Fuel. 



±£. G. Dodare & Sons, coal 
Conklin & Co., wood 




5,692 15 


7,004 52 


12,346 70 


2,600 85 


208 90 



Fob MnjTiA. 

H. C. Bierce, clerk Adjutant General's office 

Brahany & Detloff, repairing cannon 

J. W. Bates, supplies 

Yolney Bassenger, cartage for 1st regiment. 
Beloit City Guards, uniform fund 



$677 50 


8 16 


26 27 


1,837 00 


586 75 


14 20 


54 25 


63 00 


1 75 


203 91 


267 04 


13 20 


15 00 


17 05 


144 43 


8,903 48 


63 00 


1,100 00 


12 40 


37 30 


4 00 


815 00 



$4,327 09 
14,191 72 



27,852 62 



3,212 30 



3,329 51 



3,966 48 



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Beloit City Guards, armory rent 

J. "W. Curran, clerk to Qr. M. Gen 

C, M. Sc St. P. R'y Co., tran8i>orting Wis. Militia. 

C. & N. ^W. R'y Co., transporting cannon 

C. P. Chapman, mileage inspecving militia 

C. P. Chapman, Adjutant General, salary 

John Cory, firing salute 

Oeo, Corwoc, mdse 

J. W. CuTan, freight .* 

Custer Kiflf 8, armory rent 

Custer Hifles, uniform fund 

J. W. Curran, mdse 

J. W. Curran, expenses 

John CorHcott, services in Adjt General's office. . 

Delavan Guarefs, armory re«'t 

Delavan Gunrds, uniform fund 

Daveivport & Chaffee, services 

T. G. £vans, cartridges 

John J. Fuller, cartridge bf Its 

'W. M. Foresman, freight 

Hugh Gorton, mdse for Ist Regt 

Governor's Guards (L. C), uniform fund 

Governor's Guards (L. C), armory rent 

Grermania Guards, uniform fund 

Germania Guards, Hrmory rent 

Grovemor's Guards (M.), armory rent 

Governor's Guards (M.), uniform fund 

Garfield Guards, uniform fund 

Gat field Guards, armory rent 

G. W. Hicks & Co., mdse for 1st Regt 

Janesville Guards, uniform fund 

Janesville Guards, armory rent 

T. Judd, cartridges 

C L F. Kellogg, clerk, Adjt General's office 

Kosciusko Guards, armory rent 

!Kos< iusko Guards, uniform fuod 

Xight Horse Squadron, armory rent 

light Horse Squadron, uniform fund 

Ludingt- n Guards, jirmory rent 

Ludington Guards, unitorm fund 

Lake City Guards, armory rent 

Lake City Guards, uniform fund 

Lake City Guards, armory rent 

Lake City Guards, uniform fund 

Lincoln Guards, armory rent 

Lincoln Guards, uniforn^ fund 

Lincoln Guards, armory rent 

Lincoln Guards, uniform fund 

Li Crosse Light Guards, armory rent 

La Crosse Light Guards, uniform fund 

Lake City Tool Co., repairing Gatling gun 

Monroe City Guards, ar mory rent 

Monroe City Guards, uniform fund 

Monroe City Guards, armory rent 

Monroe City Guards, uniform fund 

MiL, L. S. & W. R'y Co., transportiog militia 



$aoo 00 

1,010 00 

456 17 

61 48 

510 42 

uOO 00 

10 00 
1 60 

211 25 

300 00 

250 00 

44 20 

11 50 
10 00 

300 00 
235 00 

10 00 
3 32 

50 00 

33 02 
19 40 

230 00 
300 00 
245 00 
800 00 
300 00 
235 00 
210 00 
300 00 

27 31 
300 00 
300 00 

25 45 

34 00 
300 00 
260 00 
300 00 
195 00 
300 00 
205 00 
300 00 
270 00 
300 00 
230 00 
300 00 
210 00 
300 00 
200 00 
800 00 
230 00 

24 60 
300 00 
815 00 
300 00 
310 00 

87 20 



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Fred Memhard, freight and cartage 


$23 16 
3 00 
200 00 
300 00 
270 00 
300 00 
458 32 
400 00 
3 20 
300 00 
200 00 
300 00 
225 00 
300 00 
280 00 
300 00 
275 00 
235 00 
300 00 
300 00 
255 00 
80 95 
18 60 
300 00 
250 00 
148 60 
125 00 
7 28 
257 00 
290 00 
800 00 
6 81 




Mutual Union Te'egraph Co., messages 




Manitowoc Volunteers, uniform fund 




Manitowoc Volunteers, armory rent 




Mauston Light Guards, uniform fund 




Mauston L eht Guards, armory rent 




Thos. Reynolds, Qr. M'r Gen., salary 




L. J. Rusk, Military Sec, salary 




W. T. Robinson, medicine for Ist Reg*t 




Racine Light Guards, armory rent 




Racine Light Guards, uniform fund 




Rankin Guards, armory rent 


X 


Rankin Guards, uniform fund 




Sheridan Guards, armory rent 




Sheridan Guards, uniform fund 




Sheridan Guards, armory rent 

Sheridan Guards uniform fund 




South Side Turner Rifles, uniform f uf d 




South Side Turner Rifles, armory rent 




Sherman Guards, armory rent 




Sherman Guards, uniform fund 




SoL Tuttle, cartage 




M. E. Trimble, lumber for encampm^t Ist Reg't. . 




"Watertown Rifles, armory rent .* 




Watertown Rifles, uniform fund 




James S. Webster, painting cannon 




J, A. Watrous, Qr. id'r. Gen., salary 




Wilhelm Williaius, ammunition for 1st Regiment 
J. A. Watrous, subsistence 




Wausau Light Guards, uniform fund 




Wausau L'ght Guards, armory rent 




J. D. Werner, freight 








For GovEfiNOR's Continghnt Fund. 
J M. Rusk 




$21,141 44 


For Examiners op State Teachers. 
John Nacrle 


76 95 
23 00 

46 80 
• 44 20 


1,100 00 


J. B. Thayer 




Wm. H. Beach 




J. W. Stearns . . . . 










$1,764 28 

1,172 14 

551 00 




For Immigration Commission. 

Henry Baetz, Secretary, salary and exp's com'n. 
J. A. Becher, Secretary, salary and exp's com'n . 
G. W. Gertz, Secretary, salary and exp's com'n. . 


190 95 




3,487 42 



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For Amber Cane Experiments, 

William Askew 

L. H. Adan^s 

Bunker & Vroiiian 

Conklin &Co 

J.C. Dillon 

Walter Daniels 

Democrat Printing Co 

Frank & Ramsay 

J.C. Hart 

WiD. H. Howe 

W. P. Halbersleben 

James E. Howe 

C. W. Beyl 

W. A. Henry 

J. N. Jones 

C.I. King 

Lake City Tool Co 

J. McConnell 

Madison Manuf. Co 

M^Hison Gas Co 

E. H. Park 

W. J Putnam 

Thomas Regan 

F. A. Stewart 

G. W. Sue^s 

Magnus Swenson 

J. N. Wilcox 

C.L. Wise 

W. H. Waterhouse 



For State Board of Sup«rvision. 



Geo. W. Burchard, salary, member 

Geo. W. Burchard, expenses, member . 

Jitmes Bintliff, salary, member 

James Bintliff, expenses, member 

C. Luliog, salary, member 

C. Luling, expenses, member 

Lewis A. Proctor, salary, member 

Lewis A. Proctor, expenses, member.. . 
Charles D. Parker, salary, member. . . . 
Charles D. Parker, expenses, member. 

D. S. Comley, salary, secretary 



$19 13 


21 00 


60 71 


118 62 


16 75 


2 00 


29 60 


38 34 


35 00 


8 00 


31 25 


110 00 


44 10 


136 50 


28 60 


55 35 


14 10 


7 66 


65 73 


5 65 


400 


12 45 


59 69 


34 50 


9 00 


774 18 


54 22 


8 17 


12 60 



PUBLISHINQ AND ADVERTISINa 

David Atwood, advertising in State Paper 

David Atwood, publishing proclamation. 

David Atwood, publishing bank statement 

David Atwood, publishing notice to dog owners 
Democrat Printing Co., advertising for paper. . . 
Democrat Printing Co , advertising for stationery 



$1,816 90 



$2,000 00 




245 15 




2,000 00 




252 51 




2,000 00 




235 69 




1,833 33 




151 60 




2,000 00 




185 41 




1,800 00 






$12,703 69 


$256 35 


83 75 




27 60 




2 00 
11 55 




4 70 





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Democrat PrtCo , publ'Dg notice to doi? owners 

Herold Company, advertising for stationery 

Sherman & Wilson, advertising for stationery. . . 


3 00 

8 00 

12 00 

10 20 








Sentinel Comoanv. advertisin&r for coal 






419 15 


Capitol Extension. 
Bentlevs & Nowlan. contractors 


$107,866 19 

1,024 56 

841 52 

5 00 


D. R. tiones. architect 




H- C- Koch, architect 




C Davennort. labor 






$109 237 27 


PUBLISfflNG GBNERAL LaWS. 

David Atwood, publishing laws in State Paper . . 
David Atwood. State Journal. Madison 


$3,501 80 
60 ©0 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 OO 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 Ou 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 




D. H. Anderson, Worker, Bay View 




Allen and Hicks. Northwestern. Oshko&ih 




Henry Arnold, Democrat, Ch'lton 




Bad&rer Association. Baderer. Madison 




F. A. Brown, Dem -crat, Sparta 

K B. Brundag'^, Tribune, Grand R^pds 






Banner & Volks Freund Co., B. & v. Freund, Mil 




E. A. Bray, Catholic Citizen, Milwaukee 

H. C. Brown. Herald. Clinton 






C. H. Bissell. Exnress. Montello 




Chs. A. Booth, Sentinel, Monroe 




F. H. Bradv. Tribune. Clintonville 




S. R. Bentley, Star, Arena 




Beadh Bros., Times, Whitehall 




Yu KBolens, Star, Port Wat-hington 




M. H. Barnum, Torch of Liberty, Wausau 

George Brundee, Germania, Milwaukee 






Arthur Bowron, News, Neenah 




James Bentliff & Son, Republican, Darlington . . 
John W. Blake, Free Press, Reedsburg 




E. C. Bid well, Times, Kaukauna 




Beeson & Bush, Journal, Fond du Lac 




Badger & Owen, News, Lake Geneva 




Brawiey & Hutchinson, Lumberman, Necedah . . 

M. G. Bohan, Advertiser, Port Washington 

John E. Bart'ett. Journal. Albanv 








J. C. Bartholf, Telephone, Milt')n 




Burnett & Son. Advertiser, Black Earth 

W. H. & R J. Bennett, Tribune, Mineral Point. . 




Beebe & Rawson. Renublic. Princeton 




D. Blumenfeld, Weltburger, Watertown 

Currier G. Belt Press, BSvfield 






Jacob Seek. Folkets Avis. Racine 




Pitt Cravath. Ohronicle. Whitewater 




Chas. L. Crosse, Countryman, Sun Prairie 

L T. Carr. Banner, Jeffenon 







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F. "W. Coon, Local, Oconomowoc. 


(60 oe 

60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 
60 00 




F. "W. Coon, Reporter, &igertoD 




Carmaxi. Hetze! & Co., News, Merrill 




B. D. Coe, Register, Whitewater 




Crasius Sc Kuntz, Pi >Dier am, Sauk City 




Cline & Cogswell, Republican, Hudson 




L.. H. Cook, Mirror Lake Echo, Delton 




J. ^W. CliflPord, University News, Madison 




Crai^ford Bros., Democrat, Mineral Point 




Calkins & Watrous, Telegraph, Milwaukee 




D. A. Canday, Dallas, St Croix Falls 




Chas. A. Coon, Times, Marshfield 




P. H. Carney, D mocrar, Waukesha 




Lfc A . Cates, Press, Menasha 




Frank Cooper, Banner, Black River Falls 




F. H. Cole, Signal, Bloomer 




N. V. Chandler, Observer, Reedsburg 




£. A. Charlton, Independent, Broadhead 




W, E. Carney, Argus, New London 




Clark & Goodell, Regist^-r, Portage 




CHse & Doolittle, Herald, Ellsworth 




Henry Cornelius, Anzeigner, Menasha 




C. E. Carter, S alwart, Omro 




Henrv Casson, Jr., Censor, Viroq'»a 




Conaole & Conable, Enterprise, Uelavan 




Cbronotype Pub. Co., Chronofvpe, Rice Tiake 

J. Lute Christy, Times, Superior 






S. W. Corwith. News, Prairie du Sac 




W. A. Colby. Free Press, Burlington 




S. W. Chapmnn, Sun Montello 




A. P. Colby, Enterprise, Unio- Grove 




Cook & Martindale. Courier, Kenosha 




T. K. Dunn, Reporter, Wonewoc 




Democrat Prii tmg Co., Democrat, Madison 

P. V. Deuster, Seebote, Milwaukee 






P. V. Deuster, Katholische Zeitung, Milwaukee. . 
C. H. Darlington, Badt?er,*Phillips 




Deaf & Dumh Inst. Deaf Mute Times, Delavan. . 




J. W. De Groff. Journal, Alma 




Butcher Bros., Journal, Waterloo 




J. R Decker, Republican. Columbus 




0. P. Dow, Enterprise, Palmyra 




J. T. Ellarson, Argus, Wauroma 




J. T. Ellarson, Independr-pt, Wautoma 




H. G. Elliott, NewM, Blue mounds 




W. B. Faulds, News, Independence 




Paul Fountain, Reporter, Gr nd Rapids 




Freie Presse Co., Freie Presse, Milwaukee 




Free Press Co., Free Press, Eau Chire 




S. D. Forbes, Uniou, WestfieM 




Freie Presse Co., Stadt a d Land, Milwaukee 




Fernandez & Bright, Times, Oshkosh 




H. D Farquharsen, Herald, Lancaster 




Carl Fehlandt, Zeitung, Port Washington 




Sam 8. Fifield, Press, Ashland 




W. R. Finch, Republican and Leader, La Crosse. . 





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Freidenker Pub. Co., Freidenker, Milwaukee. . . . 

J. G. Ford & Sod, Democrat, Baraboo. 

Flint & Weber, Nt- ws, Menomonie 

Fogo & Munson, R'^publican & Observer, Richland 

Gordon & Ogden, Post, Waupaca [Center] 

D. Gorham, Jr., Journal, Shawano • 

Geo. C. Ginty, Herald, Chippewa Falls 

Gazette Printing Ci>., Gazette, Janesville 

A. D. Gorham, Advocate, Merrill 

Glennon & Cooper, Gazette, Stevens Point 

R. H. Gile, Leader. Merriilaa 

S. D. Goodel', Democrat, Markesan 

A. Gfrorner, Au, Milwaukee 

€. L. Hubbs, Leader, Lake Mills 

John Hotchkiss, Representative, Fox Lake 

F. A. Husher, FraefiielandetogEmegraten,LaCr'8e 

Hurlbut & Lacey, Union, Prairie du Chien 

Hoffman & Cunningham, Timt^s, Chippewa F'ls 
J. L. Hauser, Christian Statesman, Milwaukee. 
W. H. Huntington, Courier, Durand 

D. E. Hickey, Facts, Depere 

T. F. Hollister, Tribune, Sparta 

Hobkinson & FoUett, Gazette, Green Bay 

Ira D. Hurlbut. Journal, Soldier's Grove 

E. & C. E. Hooker, Times, Waupun 

Sam Howard, Legal News, Milwaukee 

Hank hi & Baensch, Lake Shore Times, ManVoc 

Hume Bros., Times, Chilton 

A. S. Hearne, Chronicle, Dodgeville 

W. H. Holmes, Republican, Waupaca 

W. D. Hoard, Union, Lake Mills and Ft Atkins'n 

James E. Heg, Herald, Lake Geneva 

H. J. H<»ffmaD, Deutsche Americauer, NeillsviHe 
H. J. Hoffman, Republican and Press, NeillsviHe 
Hepp & Ulermoehl, Republicaner, Fountain City 

Edward Hurlbut, Free Press, Oconomowoc ^. 

J. W. Hall, Lumberman, Oconto 

Thomas Hughs, Citizen, Beaver Dam 

L. K Howe, Sun and Herald, Plymouth 

J. R Hinkley, Monitor, Tomah 

Wm. Ira, Watchman, Shell Lake , 

E. H. Ives, Plaindealer, Prescott 

Chalmers Ingersoll, Free Press, Beloit , 

T h. D. James, Democrat, Columbus , 

Johns & Craig, Sickle, Mazomanie , 

Fred Jonas, slavie, Racine , 

Griflf O. Jones, Eagle, Augusta , 

R. H. Johnson, Central Wisconsin, Wausau , 

D. T. Jarvis, Enterprise, Ridgeway , 

J. E. Jones, Democrat, Portage , 

Geo. L. Jones, Workman, Bloomer , 

E. O. Johnson, North. W)s. News, Clear Lake 

D. Junor, Courant, Berlin , 

M. D. Kimball, Globe, Green Bay 

Klinker & Roemer, Wecker & Observer, Appleton 
C. Kohlman & Bro., Telegraph, Oshkobh 



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H. M. Klutoliin, Commonwealth, Fond du Lac . 

James Gr. Kuight, Democrat, Darlington 

H. S. Keeney, Chronic e, Weyauwega 

James KZarr, Review, Fort Howard 

C. R. EZlebec-adel & Co., Advocate, Shawano . 

J. A. Kil een, Union, Kenosha 

J. A. ICilieen, Telegraph, Keuosha 

Charles A.. Leith, Republican and Learner, Arcadia 

R. Lovs^enback, Herald, M nroe 

Leader Pub. Co., Leader, Eau Claire 

C. A. Libby, Enterprise, Evansville 

Frank Long. Advocate, Sturgeon B^y 

W. S. Luce, Independent, Gales ville 

H. ^W. L*-e. Democrat, Stevens Point 

G. Liind, Republican, Antigo 

Tom Lindley, Tribune, Elroy 

T. J. Law, Pick and Gad, ShuUsburg 

Le Co nap c and Butterfield, Press, Hartford 

L. C. McKenney, Recoid, Bloomiugt^a 

S. C. McDonald, News, Muscoda 

McOlachlin & Sidions. Journal, Stevens Poitit. 

F. J. McLean, Times, Meoomonie 

McBride Broa, Her .Id, Sparia 

P. W. Meehan. News, Spring Green 

Frank Miller, Times, Lavalle 

James W. Moore, Gazette, Wut rtown 

Murphy & Payne, No. th Star. Marinette 

Herman Melster, Correspondent, Platteville. . . 

BL E. Maclellan, Free Press, ShuUsbuig 

Millard Bros, News Item, Antigo 

W. D. Merrill, Courier, Prairie du Chien 

H, W. Myers, Volkstreund, Applcton 

T. G. Mandt, Hub, Stoughton 

€leo. D. Merrick, Press, River Falls 

G. R Mors • , Journal, River Falls 

Edward Malone, Post, Water ord 

Charles E. Mears, Press, O.-ceola Mills 

M. P. Morris, Heral *, Cumberland 

W. S. Monroe, Record, Cad^tt. 

W. S. Monro., Record, Cadott, L. 1882 

Charles J. Martin, Exposit«»r, Stu geon Bay. . . 

Duane Mowry, Enterprise, Wonewo j 

Nagle & Bor hardt. Pilot, Manitowoc 

Wilham F. Nash, Chronicle, Two Rivers 

News Printing Co., News, Eau Claire 

Lu her B. Noyes, Eagle, Marinette 

Thos. S. Norton, Tribune, Spencer 

Wm. L. NorrivS, Republican, Watert >wn 

O'Brien & Hobert, Independent, Black River F'lls 

J. W. Odel , Gazette, Monroe 

Outlook Publishing Co., Outlook, Beloit 

Oliver Bros., Leader, Waupun 

Osborn & Toner, Mining N ws, Florence 

Park & Kenney Indepe dent, Elkhorn 

J. N. Phillips, Independent, Chippewa Falls. . . 
C. E. Parish, Courier, Stoughton 

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T. D. Plumb & Son, Farmer, Madison 

Phelps & Zeigaus, Reporter, Shawano 

R Porsch, Botschafter, Madison 

John H. Powers, Republican, Baraboo 

A. W. Pott, Zeitung and Tribune, Sheboygan. 

P. R Proctor, News and Herald 

S. W. Pierce, Press, Friendship 

C. A. Pe^tebone, Telephone, Juneau 

Parker & Over beck, Record, Ahnapee 

C. li. Powers, Times, West Bend 

Fred. Packman, Bulletin, Baldwin 

Geo. W. Peck, Sun, Milwaukee 

Frank M. Reed, News. Racine 

Rollis & Cutting, Record, Brooklyn 

Rollis & Cutting, Observer, Oiegon 

Ryan & Bros., Crescent, Appleton. 

Robinson Bros. & Clark, Advocate, Green Bay 

A. J. Reid, Post, Appleton 

Peter Richards, Valley News, Lodi 

Wm. Ratzman, Herold, Reedsburg 

Recorder Printing Co., Recorder, Janesville. . . 

Valentine Ringle, Wochenblatt, Wausau 

H. N. Ross, Times, Sheboygan 

J. C. Rathbun, Herald, Mondovi 

Reporter Publishing Co., Reporter, Oconto — 

M. P. Rindlaub. Witness, Platteville 

Runnell & Bender, Courier, Green Bay 

L. B. Ring, True Republican, Neillsville 

E. B. Rossier, Enterpriee, Centralia 

V. Ringle, Pilot, Wausau 

Peter Rupp, Express, Racioe 

Peter Rupp, Demokrat, Fond du Lac 

Reed & Co., Sunday Morning News, La Crosse 

R B. Rice, Dial, Boscobel 

Reed & Co., Odd Fellows News, La Crosse 

Carl G. Schmidt, Staatszeitung, Ma<li8on 

Sherman & Goudy, Argus, Beaver Dam 

Shafer Bros., Phonograph, Colby 

Robert Schilling, Volksblatt, Milwaukee 

G. A. SellMich, Wecker, Portage 

Geo. Schley er, Volksbote, Chilton 

C. H. Schmidt, Nord Westen, Manitowoc 

F. W. Starbuck, Journal, Racine 

Charles T. Stone, Monitor, Montfort 

O. C. Smith, Sun, Dodgeville 

J. F. Sprague & Son, Star, Mauston 

Henry Sand ford. Tribune, Manitowoc 

Robert Schilling, Reformer, Milwaukee 

William M. Scheik, Journal, Cambria 

Francis C. Sharp, Enquirer, Oconto 

J. N. Stone, City Times, Neenah 

C. Swayze, Wisconsin Pinery, Stevens Point. . 

H. A. Stone, Gazette, Neenah 

Walter Speed & Co., Alert, Chetek 

Walter Speed & Co., Shield, Barron 

Henry Spiering, Pioneer, May ville 



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E. H. Sandford, Advocate, Racine 


$60 00 
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J. A. Smith, Rustic, Richland Center 




Sentinel Pu^>g. Co., Sentinel, Fort Howard 




Geo. R. South, Sun, Monroe 




Martin C. Short, Times, Brandon 




T. D. Stone, Free Press, Ripon 




C. G. Starks, Journal, Berlin 




B. & A. Sillsbee, Sun, Janesville 




W. A. Thompson, Times, Platte viHe 




D. C. Talbot, Statesman, Elroy 




D. C. Talbot, Plaint diJker, Elroy 




W. E. Talboys, Sentinel, Grantsburg 




Thwing & Lange, Reporter, Fond du Lac 




Taylor & Piice, Star & Times, Hudson 




Fred Trayser, N. W. Trade Bulletin, Milwaukee. . 




John E. Thomas, News, Sheboygan Falls 




J, C. & A. E. Thompson, Commonwealth, Ripon.. 




E. B. Thayer, Review, Wausau 




Times Company, Times, Neillsville 




Times Pubg. Co., Times, New London 




John Ulrich, Nord Stem, La Crosse 




Ellis R Usher, Chronicle, La Crosse 




Yan de Casteele & Heyrman, Standard, De Peie. 




A. C. Voshardt, Enterprise, Kewaunee 




A. C. Van Meter, Republican, New Richraood 

Edward R. Ward, Western Church, Milwaukee. . 






E. T. Wheelock, Star & News; Medf ord 




Wilson & Tousley, Times, Janesville 




H. T. Willey, Bulletin, Baraboo 




W. T. Weber, Courier, Fond du Lac 




K G. Warring, Wochenhlatt, Mansfield 




E. G. Warring, Gazette, Mansfield 




H. C. Witmer, Latest News, Juda 




W. E Williams, Spy, Kingston 




W. F. Weber, Deutschf r Beobachter, West Bend. 




Wilber G. Week-, Republican, Delavan 




C. M. WePs, Review, Evansville 




James A, Wells, Journal, Tomah 




W. J, Whipple, Inter Ocean, Superior 




Washington Co. Pubg. Co., Democrat, West Bend 




H. D. Wing, News, Chilton 




D. W. C. Wilson, Leader, Viroqua 




P. M. Wright, Journal, Omro 




W. H. Wilson, Times, Phillips 




Mich. Wagner, Standard, Buriine:ton 




W. W. Woodruff, Gazette, Kilboum City 




A. F. Warden, Reporter. Plymouth 




A, Whittman, Po^r, Manitowoc 




Chaa J, Ware, Herald, Markesan 




H. M. Toumans, Freeman, Waukesha 




A. W. Young, Deutscher Pionier, Wausau 




Carl Zillier, Demokrat, Sheboygan 






$22,281 80 


For PuBusmNQ Private and Local LAwa 
Allen & Hicks, Northwestern, Oshkosh 


$3 00 

12 00 

3 40 


C. M. Atkinson, Mining News, Florence 




Beach Brothers, Times, Whitehall 





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Berryman & Lacy, Union, Praii ie du Chien 

Charles A, Baoth^ Sentinel, Monroe 

Currie G. Bell, Press, Bayfield 

John W. Blake, Free Press, Reedsburg 

C. A. Coon, Times, Marshfield 

F. W. Coon, Local, Oconr mowoc 

F. W. Conn, Reporter, Edgerron 

D. A. Canneday, Dalles, St. Croix Falls 

Case & Doolittle, Herald, Ellsworth 

Henry Casson, Jr., Censor, Viroqua 

Calkins & Watrous, Telegraph, Milwaukee 

F. H. Cole, Signal, Bloomer 

C. E. Carter, Stalwart, Omro 

E. A. Chandler, Independent, Brodhead 

Clark & Goodell, R giste , Portage 

J. Lut»- Christie, Times, Supjerior 

A. P. Colby, Enterpri^e, Union Grove 

J. W. DeGroff, Journal, Alma 

C. H. Darlingt m, Badger, Phillips 

J. T. Ellarson, Argus, Wautoma 

J. T. Ellarson, Independent, Wautoma 

Free Press Co., Free Press, Eau Claire . . 

Sam. S.Fifield, P.ess, Ashland 

Flint & Weber, Ne^ s, Menom<>nie 

Paul Fontame, Reporter, Grand Rapids 

W. B. Faulils, News, Independence 

W. R. Finch, Republican and Leader, La Crosse . 

W. D. Farquharson, Herald, Lancaster 

A. D. Gorham, Advocate, Merrill 

R. H. Gile, Leader. Merrillan 

D. Gorham, Jr., Journal, Shawano 

Geo. C. Ginty. Herald, Chippewa Falls 

Gordon & Ogden, P*»8t, Waupaca 

W. H. Huntington, Herald, Durand 

Hoskinson & Follett, Gazette, Green Bay 

James E. Heg, Herald, Lake Geneva 

William Irle, Watchman. Shell Lake 

R. H. Johnson, Central Wisco'^sin, Wausan 

H. M. Kutchin, Commonwealth, Fond du Lac . . . 

H. J. Keeney, Chronicle, Weyauvpega 

L. P. Lester, Dial, Boscobel 

La Count & Butterfleld, Prpss, Hartford 

Frank L- ng. Advocate, Sturgeon Bay 

Chaa A. Leith, Rt^publican and Leader, Arcadia.. 

G. Lind, Re ublican, Antigo 

McBride Br s.. Herald, Sparta 

McGlachlin & Simons, Journal, Stevens Point. . . 

W. S. Monroe, Record. Cadott 

C. E. Me^rs, Pres3, Osceol^ Mills 

Charles J. Martin, Expositor, Sturgeon Bay 

W. P. Moris, Heral % Cumberl nd 

Th >mas L. Norton, Tribune*, Spencer 

L. B. No\ es, Eagle, Marinette 

O'Brien & Hobert, Independent, Black River F'ls. 

R J. Pat' on. Journal, Soldiers' Grove 

P. R. Proctor, News and Herald, De Pere 



$8 60 
I 80 

11 40 
8 60 

130 20 

1 80 

81 00 

8 40 

6 60 
4 20 

15 60 

1 20 
8 00 
4 80 

2 40 

12 60 
1 80 

1 80 

7 80 

8 60 

2 40 
6 00 

25 20 
8 00 
6 60 

2 40 

4 80 
1 80 

154 20 

3 00 

11 40 
27 60 

6 60 

18 00 

5 40 
119 40 

7 80 

12 00 

8 60 

4 20 
1 20 

81 00 

96 60 

8 00 

19 20 
126 00 

1 20 
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1 20 

1 20 

2 40 
8 60 
7 80 
7 80 
1 80 

247 20 



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Jolm BE. Powers. Republic, Baraboo 


$4 80 

4 80 
7 20 

5 40 
1 20 

7 20 

8 40 
1 20 

88 80 

4 20 

17 40 

76 80 

136 20 

84 60 

1 80 

16 80 




S. ^W. Pierce, Press, Friendship 




L B. Rin^, True Republican, Neillsvilie 




A. J . Reid, Post, Appleton 




S. S. Rockwood, Ti dependent, Elkhom 




Reporter Pub. and Print ng Co., Reporter, Oconto 
Sentinel Co., Seijtinel, Milwaukee 






F. ^W^. Starbuck, Journal, Racmp 




J, F, Sprague & Son, Star, Mauston 




"Wal er Speed & Co., Shield, Barron 




"W. E. Talboyt*, S M.tinel, Grantsburg 




A. C. Voshhrdt, Enterprise, Kewaunee 

W^is. Indep't Co., Independent, Black Riv. Falls. 
James A. Wells, Journal, Tomah 





"Wells & Warren. Review, Evansvi le 




E. T. Wht e ock, Star and News, Medf ord 









For Advertising Lands. 
Allen & Hicks, Northwestern, Oshbo-^h 


$14 10 

8 CO 
21 15 

9 40 
14 10 
11 75 
14 10 

13 50 
18 80 
24 20 

4 70 

4 70 

11 75 

14 10 
4 70 
4 70 

13 50 
16 45 

14 10 
9 40 

18 20 

14 10 

16 45 

4 70 

4 70 

16 70 

23 50 

14 20 

4 70 

4 70 

4 70 

14 10 

14 10 

14 10 

4 70 

4 70 


$1,819 20 


J. F. Atkiui-on, Mining News, Florence 




David Atwond, St^te Journal, Madison 




Ch.arles A. Booth, Sentinel, Monro© 




Berry man & Lacy, Union, Prairie du Chien 

M. G. B'^han, Advertiser, Port Washington 

Currie G. Bell, Press, Bayfield 








Case & Doolittle, Herald, Ellsworth 




J. Lute Christie, Times, Superior 




Henrv Carson. Jr.. Censor. Virooua 




Clark & Goodell, Register, Portage 




S. W. Chapman, Sun, Montello 




J. R, Decker, Republican, Coluoibus 




J. W. DeGroff, Journal, Alma 




C. H. Darlington, Badger, Phillips 




J. T. Ellarson, Argus, Wautoma 




Fontaine Bros., Reporter, Grand Rapids 




Flii.t & Weber, News, Menomonie 




Free Press Co.. Free Press. Eau Claire 




S D. Forbes, Union, Westfield 




Sam S. Fifield, Press, As land 

W. R. Finch, Republican and Leader, La Crosse. 
Fogo & Munson, Repub. & Observer, Rich*d Cent. 
Paul Fontaine, Reporter, Grand Rapidts 








H. D. Farauharson. Herald. Lancaster 




R. H . Gile, Leader, Merrillan 


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Gteo. C. Ginty, Herald, Chippewa Falls 




A. D. Gorham, Advocate, Merrill 




Gordon & Oerden. Post. Waubaca 




D, Gorham, jr., Journal, Shawano 




Ed. D. Glennon, Gazette, Portage 

W. H. Huntinsfton, Courier, Durand 






Hoskinson & Follett. Gazette, Green Bay 

Thos. Hughes, Citizen, Beaver Dam 






W. H. Holmes Republican. Waupaca 




WiUiam Irle, Watchman, Shell Lake 





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D. Junor, Courant, Berlin 

R H. Johnson, Central Wisconsin, Wausau. . 

S. A. Jewell, Independent, Wautoma 

H. M. Kutchin, Commonwealth, Fond du Lac 

Tom. Lindley, Tribune, Elroy 

Frank Long, Advocate, Sturgeon Bay 

Gus. Lind, Republican, Antigo , 

C. A. Leith, Republican and Leader, Arcadia. 

Lacy & Hurlbut, Union, Prairie du Chien 

McGlachlin & Simons, Journal, Stevens Point 

McBride Bros., Herald, Sparta 

Charles E. Meard, Press, Osceola 

C. R. Morse, Journal, River Falls 

Madison Democrat Co., Democrat, Madison . . 

Luther B. Noyes, Eagle, Marinette 

William L. Norris, Republican, Watertown. . . 

Osborn & Toner, Mioing News, Florence 

S. W. Pierce, Press, Friendship 

Parker & Over beck, Record, Ahnapee 

John H. Powers, Republic, Baraboo 

Joseph M. Rogers, Journal, Shawano 

A. J. Reid, Post, Appleton 

Reporter Publishing Co., Reporter, Oconto. . . 

L. B. Ring, True RepublicaD, Neillsville 

H. N. Ross, Times, Sheboygan 

Henry Sandford, Tribune, Manitowoc 

Walter Speed & Co., Shield, Barron 

C. G. Starks, Journal, Berlin 

Taylor & Price, Star and Times, Hudson 

W. E. Talboys, Sentinel, Grantsburg 

Charles S. Taylor, Shield, Barron 

H. D. Wmg, News, Chilton 

E. T. Wheelock, Star and News, Medford 

H. M Youmaus, Freeman, Waukesha 



For Free High Schools. 



Appleton 

Almond 

Avoca 

Burlington 

Bloomer 

Black River Falls 

Bay View 

Beloit...* 

Berlin 

Boscobnl 

Beaver Dam 

Brandon 

Baraboo 

Brodhead 

Columbus 

Chilton 

Chippewa Falls. . . 
Clinton 



$11 75 


21 15 


16 45 


4 70 


16 46 


21 15 


19 70 


4 70 


4 70 


30 05 


18 80 


21 70 


4 70 


10 50 


16 45 


21 15 


4 70 


16 45 


14 10 


16 45 


21 15 


18 80 


30 70 


4 70 


4 70 


14 10 


9 40 


4 70 


19 20 


16 45 


4 70 


9 40 


14 20 


4 70 



$306 00 
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306 Od 
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306 00 
242 00 
291 70 
291 70 
306 00 
272 00 
306 00 
214 00 



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Darlington 

Delavan 

I>epere 

Durand 

I>odge\ille 

Elroy 

Elkhorn 

Evansville 

Eau Claire 

Fort Atkinson 

Fennimore 

Fox Lake (Refunded) 

Fond du Lac 

Grand Rapids 

Geneva 

Oreen Bay 

Glenbeulah 

Highland 

Hazel Green 

Horioon , 

Humbird 

Hillsborough 

Jefferson (Refunded) 

Janesville 

Kenosha 

Kewaunee 

La Cr©sse 

Lancaster 

Lake Mills 

Lodi 

May ville 

Montel'o 

Merrill 

Mazomanie , 

MuBCoda 

Monroe 

Middleton 

Mauston 

Mineral Point 

Madison 

Mount Hope 

Marioette 

Neenah 

JN^ew Lisbon 

Necedah 

Neillsville 

Oconto , 

Oregon 

Oshkosh 

Omro , 

Portage 

Port Andrew 

Potosi . . . . , 

Plymouth 

Pewaukee 



$806 00 
306 00 
306 00 
186 00 
306 00 

290 00 
306 00 
306 00 

291 70 
306 00 
166 00 
214 00 
306 00 
214 00 
306 00 
306 00 
161 00 
145 00 
306 00 
306 00 
154 00 
147 00 
269 00 
306 00 
306 00 
193 00 
306 00 
306 00 
245 00 
304 00 
278 00 
206 00 
306 00 
306 00 
185 00 
306 00 
128 00 
306 00 
306 00 
306 00 
128 00 
291 70 
269 00 
306 00 
306 00 
275 00 
806 00 
169 00 
306 00 
237 00 
306 00 
145 00 

74 00 
275 00 
138 00 



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Pepin 


$186 00 
306 00 
306 00 
306 00 
306 GO 
306 00 
260 00 
208 00 
306 00 
306 00 
110 00 
263 00 
306 01) 
300 00 
245 00 
289 00 

140 eo 

306 00 

303 00 
289 00 
245 00 
306 00 
207 00 

' 174 00 

92 00 

67 00 

193 00 

306 00 

306 00 

304 00 
306 00 

94 00 




Richland Center 




Racine 




Reedsburg:. 




Ripon 




Shullsburg 





Shawano 




Shar. n 




Stevens Point 




Sparta. 




Stockhridge 




Spring Green 




Sheboygan Fails 




Stoughton 




Sauk City 




Sturgeon Bay 




Sextonville 




Tomah 




Two Rivers 




Unity 

Viroqua 




Wonewoc 




Waupun (Dodge Co.) 




Waupun (Fond du Lac Co.) 




"Wauzeka (refunded) 




Westfield 




West Salem 




Waterto wn 




West Depere 




Wauwatosa 




Waupaca 




Walworth 








For County Agricultural Societies. 
Adams 


$100 00 
100 00 
100 0() 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 


$26,741 80 


Brown 




Boscobel Agricultural and Driving Park 




Buffalo 




Burnett 




Barron 




Central Wis. Agl. and Mech. Ass'n 




Calumet 




Chippewa 




Crawford 




Columbia. 




Clark 




Dane 




Dnor 




Dodge... 




Eastern Monroe Agricultural Society 




Grant 




Green 




Iowa 




Jackson [ 





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Jefferson 

Juneau 

Kewaunee 

Kenosha 

X.a Crosse, aid for 1883 . . 

HiE Crosse 

lia Fayette 

liodi Union 

Manitowoc 

Marathon 

Marquette 

Monroe 

Ozaukee 

Outagamie 

Pepin 

Pierce 

Po tage 

Racine 

Richland 

Rock 

St. Croix 

Sauk 

Shawano 

Shebovgan 

S. W. Wis. Indus. Ass'n 

Trempealeau 

"Vernon 

Washington 

Waupaca 

Waukesha 

Walworth 

Waushara , 

Wood 



For Statistics of Crime. 
Felix Benfry 



For Real Estate Returns. 

Edward Dwyer, Marinette Co 

Ed. Emerson, Chippewa Co 

D. G. Jones, Iowa Co 

J. R. Lyon, Monroe Co 

Peter Peterson, Dunn Co 

W. H. Remick, Richland Co 

V. R. Willard, Lincoln Co 



For Apportionment of Railroaj^ License. 

W. Wis. (nowp^rt of C, StP., M, & O. R. R Co) 

Buffalo county 

Chippewa county 

Clark county 

Dunn county 



$100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 

. 100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 



$11 93 


36 40 


33 32 


34 20 


11 20 


11 50 


54 40 



$320 18 

568 36 

564 03 

1,844 81 



$5,300 00 



40 



192 95 



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Eau Claire county . 
Jackson coanty. . . . 
Juneau county. . . 
La Crosse county. . 
Monroe county... 

Pepin county 

St. Croix county. . , 
Wood county , 



North Wj& (now part of C, St P., M. & O. R R Co. 

Ashland county 

Bayfield county 

Barron county 

Burnett county 

Dunn county 

Douglas county 

Polk county 

St. Croix county. 

Sawyer county 

Washburn county •. 



Maintaining Insane in County Hospitals. 



Brown county 

Jefferson county. . . 
Milwaukee county. 

Rock county 

Sheboygan county. 
Walworth county.. . 
Winnebago county. 



Bounty on wild animals 

For Special Appropriations. 



Burnett county, Chap. 822, Laws 1881 

G. &C. Merriam, Webster's Dictionaries, Chap. 45, 

Laws 1882 

Cen. Wis. Agl. & Mech. Assn., Ch. 117, Laws 1883. 

Amos Devoe, Chap. 123, Laws 1883 

Kelley A. Knott, Chap. 211, Laws 1883 

La Fayette Co. Agl. Society, Chap. 13, Laws 1883 . 

Henry F. McCloekey, Chap. 115, Laws 1883 

Nerth Wis. Agl. & Mech. Assn., Ch. 110, Laws 1883 . 

E. A. Spencer, Chap. 187, Laws 1883 

S. W. Industrial Assn., Chap. 122, Laws 1883 

Tres. Bd. Regents of Normal Schools, Chap. 214, 

Laws 1883 

Wis. Dairyman's Assn., Chap. 72, Laws 1883 

Wis. State AgL Society, Chap. 109, Laws 1883. . 
Wia State Agl. Society, Chap. 146, Laws 1883. . 
Wis. State Hort Society, Chap. 56, Laws 1883. . 
Wis. Wool Growers, and Sheep Breeders Assn., 

Chap. 120, Laws 1883 

Treas. Board of Regents of Normal Schools, Chap. 

214, Laws 1883 



$1,271 40 

2,308 08 

34 67 

61 01 

832 97 

255 39 

27 55 

7 00 



$8 16 

2,829 67 

2,436 82 

2,584 07 

244 05 

87 10 
1,846 40 

86 14 
2,916 70 
3,232 49 



$1,242 42 
2, 113 70 

39,929 21 

2,278 93 

923 14 

2,276 36 

1,798 29 



$266 74 

2,800 00 
400 00 
138 00 
500 00 
100 00 
115 00 

2,000 00 
435 44 
400 00 

7,859 50 

500 00 

2,000 00 

4,480 00 

500 00 

100 00 

1,777 32 



$8,095 45 



$16,271 60 



$50 562 05 
10 579 00 



$24 372 00 



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Miscellaneous. 

Henry P. Fischer, Treasury Agent, commissions. . 
O. ^W. Carter, expense taking convict to North- 
ern Hospital for Insane 

Ira Kimball and J. H. Putney, appraising escheat 

lands 

Refunded income penalty 

Ref landed land fees ■, 

!H . M. Youmans, advertising escheat lands 

Ed^ward Lins, peddlar license fee refunded 

Henry P. Fischer, peddlar license fee refunded. . 

Z. J. D. Swift, recording order and deed 

Gteorge Weeks, serving subpoenas State vs. Mills. 

I>avid Atwood, balance due on paper 

I>avid At woo J, publishing bank statement 

M. M. Sanderson, recording commissioners cer- 
tificate 



Total general fund disbursements. 



$4,411 26 

6 10 

10 00 
46 19 

7 00 

7 05 
38 34 
34 80 

1 25 

8 05 
63 43 
27 60 

1 00 



$4,657 07 



$1,296,472 40 



SCHOOL FUND. 



Receipts. 

Sales of land 

Dues on certificfites 

Loans 

Penalties and forfeitures 

Taxes 

Fines 

United States bonds 

Premium on U. S. bonds 

Milwaukee city bonds 

^. Langlie, Admr. of estate of A. Eitson, died, 

escheat 

Trustee of deceased person 

Loan to Lincoln county 

Loan to Iowa county 

Loan to Wood county 

Loan to Juneau county 

Loan to Vernon county 

Loan to Polk county 

Loan to Burnett county , 

Loan to town of Pine Valley, Clark county 

Loan to town of Little Wolf, Waupaca county. . 
Loan- to town of St. Lawrence, Waupaca county. 

Loan to town of Necedah, Juneau county 

Loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon county 

Loan to town of Rushfoid, Winnebago county. . 
Loan to town of Lyndon, Sheboygan county. . . . 

Loan to town of Luck, Polk county 

Loan to city and town of Mineral Point, Iowa Co. 

Loan to city of Jefferson 

Loan to city of Wausau 



$18,484 93 


41,792 59 


36,328 05 


65 36 


11 39 


14,526 40 


160,000 00 


20,400 00 


10,000 00 


229 59 


10 00 


10,201 51 


10,000 00 


3,000 00 


750 00 


2,300 00 


500 00 


1,333 33 


400 00 


500 00 


595 00 


1,450 00 


200 00 


500 00 


3,000 00 


250 00 


5,000 09 


500 00 


2,500 00 



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Loan to city of Berlin 

Loan to Sch. Dis. No. 6, Union & Magnolia, Rock 

County 

Loan to Sch. Dis. No. 12, Darlington, La Fayette 

County 

Total receipts . 



Disbursements. 

School Dis' rict Loans — 
No. 1 Auburndale, Wood Co 

10 Brighton, Marathon Co 

1 Bloom, Rich and Co 

1 Buena Vi^ta, Portage Co 

7 Bloom, Richland Co 

8 Barron, Barron Co 

2 Balsam Lake and Apple River, Polk Co, 

4 Bloomer, Chippewa Co 

2 Canton, Buffalo Co 

2 Colfax, Dunn Co • 

2 Carson, Portage Co 

4 Cady, St Cr. ix Co 

3 Clinton, Barron Co 

3 Day, Marathon Co 

3 Dupont, Waupaca Co 

9 Edson, Chippewa Co 

1 Emerald, S . Croix Co 

2 Edson, Chippewa Co 

1 Glencoe & Waumandee, Buffalo Co 

4 Grant and York, Clark Co 

4 Howe, Oconto Co 

3 Humboldt, Brown Co 

1 Lucas, Dunn Co 

5 La Fayette, Chippewa Co 

2 Little River, Oconto Co 

3 Lor^ine, Polk Co 

3 Larabee, Waupaca Co 

11 Mosinee, Marathon Co 

10 Mosinee, Marathon Co 

6 Naples, Buffalo Co 

3 Pine VaUey, Clark Co 

2 Pine Valley, Clark Co 

2 Red Cedar & Tainter 

3 Reitbrock, Marathon Co 

1 Richmond, Star Prairie & Stanton, St. 

Croix Co 

4 StantOD, Dunn Co., & Springfield, St. 

Croix Co 

1 Springfield, St. Croix Co 

3 Stanton, Dunn Co 

3 Seneca, Wood Co 

4 Springfield, St. Croix Co 

4 St Joseph, St Croix Co 

1 Stanton, Dunn Co 

1 Thorpe & Withee, Clark Co 

4 Texas, Marathon Co 

8 Washington, Eau Claire Co 



$2,000 00 
1,000 00 
1,000 00 



$600 00 
300 00 
950 00 
600 00 
325 00 
200 00 
600 00 

1,500 00 
350 00 
150 00 
800 00 
260 00 
160 00 
300 00 

1,500 00 
450 00 
700 00 

1,000 00 
300 00 
800 00 
300 00 
300 00 
400 00 
475 00 
600 00 
600 00 
300 00 
250 00 
500 00 
270 00 
400 00 
200 00 

1,200 00 
700 00 

3,000 00 
800 00 

1,200 00 
2,800 00 
400 00 
550 00 
400 00 
400 00 
2,000 00 
800 00 
830 00 



$348,828 15 



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No. 8. Weston, Eau Claire Co 

10. Wash'ngton, Eau Claire Co. 
4. Wheatoii, Chippewa Co 



rJnited Statf s bonds 

!P I emium on U. S. b( nds 

l^lilwaukee city bonds 

Trea«, MarnthonCo, refunded for errone(>us pay- 
ment of fines 

lL«oan to town of Ashlann, Ashland Co 

X^oan to town of Richfield, Wood Co 

X^oan to town of Line dn, Trempealeau Co 

Xioan t ) town of Arena, Iowa Co 

Xioan to town of Maine, Outagamie Co 

Xioan to town of Auburndale, Wood Co 

Xx)an to town of Weston, Clark Co 

Xioan to town of Mosinee, Marathon Co 

Xioan to city of Hudson 

Loan to village of Waukesha 

Itef unded for overpayments 



Total disbursements. 



$300 00 
500 00 
400 00 



$81,220 00 

15,000 00 

2,041 94 

275,000 00 

22 80 
6,000 00 
2,750 00 
5,300 00 
1,500 00 
2,200 00 
2,200 00 
1,700 00 
1, 500 00 
5,500 00 
6,000 00 
172 70 

$358, 107 41 



SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 

Interest on land certificates and loans 

Interest on certificates of indebtedness 

Interest on United States bonds 

Interest on Milwaukee city bonds 

Interest on loan to Lincoln Co 

Interest on loan to I'jwa Co 

Interest on loan to Wood Co 

Interest ou loan to Juneau Co 

Interest on loan to Jackson Co 

Interest on loan to Vernon Co 

Interest on loan to Shebo * gan Co 

Interest on loan to Brown Co 

Interest on loan to Polk C<> 

Interest on loan to Burnett Co 

Interest on loan to town of Ashland, Ai«hland Co 
Interest on Joan to town of Thorpe, Clark Co. . . 
Interest on loan to town of Pine Valley, Clark Co 
Int on loan to town of Li tie Wolf, Wanpaca Co. 
lot. on loan to town of St. Lawrence, Waup'a Co 
Int. on loin to town of Necedah, Juneau Co. . . 
Int. on loan to town of Rushford, Winnebago Co 
Int. on loan to town of Mirteral Point, Iowa Co 
Int. on loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon Co. 
Int. oa loan to town of Richfield, Wood Co. . . 



$30,446 26 

109,389 00 

9,956 25 

11,900 00 

3, 645 30 

1,400 00 

2,377 00 

472 50 

1,4<»0 00 

1,288 00 

680 00 

1,400 00 

70 00 

1,560 81 

455 00 

350 00 

125 61 

315 00 

416 50 

609 00 

35 00 

840 00 

201 60 

165 75 



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Int. on loan to t'n of Lincoln, Trempealeau Co.. . 


$319 46 

105 25 

83 10 

122 50 

87 70 

55 53 

43 75 

805 00 

1,050 00 

1,260 00 

245 00 

1,400 00 

207 08 

420 00 

128 33 

350 00 

660 00 

490 00 

560 00 

7,088 36 

466 66 




Int. on loan to town of Maine, Outagamie Co . . . 




Interest on loan to town of Arena, Iowa Co 




Interest on loan to town of Luck, Polk Co 




Int on loan to town of Auburndale Wood Co. . . 
Interest on loan to town of Weston, Clark Co . . . 
Int. on loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon Co. . . 




Interest on loan to city i»f New London 




Int on loan to city and towo of Mini Pt., Iowa Co. 




Interest on loan to city of Mineral Point 




Interest on loan to city of Jefferson 




Interest on loan to city of Wausaa 




Interest on lodn to city of Wausau 




Interest on loan to eity of Bt-rlin 




Interest on loan to city of Hudson 




Interest on loan to Mineral Point Seminary 




Int on loan to Sch. Dist No. 7, Baraboo, Sauk Co. 





Interest on loan to School District No. 6. Union 
and Magnolia, Rock Co 




Interest on loan to School District No. 12, Dar- 
lington, Lsi Fayette Co 




General Fund, Sec. 247, Revised Statutes 




Interest on loan to village of Waukesha 








Total receipts 




$195,296 80 






Disbursements. 

School Apportionment to Counties- 
Adams ' 


$997 60 
238 00 

1,111 30 
102 00 

5,447 20 

2,437 60 
298 80 

2,582 00 

1.962 80 
1,640 80 
4, 102 40 
2,897 20 
7,801 20 
6,956 00 

1.963 60 
157 60 

2,560 40 
2,824 00 
6,943 60 
5,718 80 
3,2I$8 20 
2,066 00 
3,668 80 
1,886 00 
6,001 20 
2,889 60 
1,980 40 
2,770 40 
8,672 40 




Ashland 




Barron 




Bayfield 




Brown 




Buffalo 




Burnett 




Calumet 




Chippewa 




Clark 




Columbia , 




Crawford 




Dane 




Dodge 




Door 




Dou&rlas 




Dunn 




Eau Claire 




Fond du Lac 




Grant 




Green 




Green I^ake 




Iowa 




Jackson 




Jefferson 




Juneau 




Kenosha 




Kewaunee 




La Crosse 





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La Fayette. . 








$8,192 80 
171 20 




T^nglade. . . . 










Lincoln 


888 00 
6,884 80 
2,950 00 
1, 168 40 
1,481 20 
20,800 00 
8,289 60 
1,592 40 
4,681 60 
2,584 00 

964 00 
2,642 40 
1,489 20 
2,659 20 
74 00 
4,877 60 
2,789 60 
5,818 80 
2,676 40 
4, 151 20 
1,486 80 
5,470 00 

872 40 
2,476 80 
8,615 82 
8,296 80 
8,570 80 
3,967 60 
8,245 60 
1,924 00 
6,200 80 
1,446 80 




Manitowoc 




Marathon 




Marinette 




Marquette 




Milwaukee 




Monroe , 




Oconto 




OHtafiraimie . . t ^ . . , ^ . . , ^ ^ . ^ ^ » - -, - 




Ozaukee 




Pepin 




P'crce 




Polk 




Portage 




Price 




Racine 




Richland 




Rock 




St Croix 




Sauk 




Shawano 




SheboYflran 




Taylor 




Trempealeau 
"Vernon 


















Walworth 




Washington 




Waukesha 




W^aupaca 




W^aushara '. 




WinnebafiTO 




Wood „: ... .:-:...:: : 






verpaym 
rsements 


ents 




$197,581 42 
580 43 


Refunded for o 














Total disbu] 


$198,061 85 













UNIVERSITY FUND. 




Receipts. 
Sales of lands 


$569 62 
8,697 00 
2,186 11 








Ix)ans 








Total receints 




$6,402 78 


DiSBXTBSEMENTS. 

United States Bonds 


$8,000 00 
408 88 




PrftnriiiiTn on TT. SL 'Rondfl 








Total disbnrsements t . , . r . . , -, 




8,408 88 









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UNIVERSITY FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 

Interest on land certificates and loans. 
Interest on certificates of indebtedness 

Interest on U. S. Bonds 

laterest on Milwaukee city bonds 

Interest on loan to Shawano county . . . 
Interest on the Johnson Endowment. . 
Ge eral Fund Appn. Sec. 890, R. S... 

J. S. Dean, Sec, tuitioQ fees 

J, S. Dean, rent of house 

J. S. Dean, sale of old iron 

J. S. Dean, machine shop 

J. S. Dean, sale of lots 

J. S. Dean, sale of farm products 

J. S. Dean, library 

J. S. De^n, f (eight refunded 

J. S. Dean, water rent 

J. S. Dean, laboratory 

J. S. Dean, carpenter shop 

J. S. Dean, observatory fees 

J. S. Dean, sewer pipe 

J. S. Dean, overdraft 

Total 



Disbursements. 

Treasurer of State University 

Refunded for overpayiwents 

Total disbursements 



$2, 356 92 

7,770 00 

1,901 25 

700 00 

1,239 57 

500 00 

45,632 51 

5,167 40 

164 00 

1 00 

959 95 

385 00 

1,459 88 

31 80 

3 25 

80 00 

1, 122 92 

28 00 
162 00 

29 00 
75 



$69, 695 20 




AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 



Receipts. 



Sales of land , 

Dues on certificates ... 

Loans 

Loan to town of Texas 



Total receipts 

DiSBURSEMENTa 



United States bonds 

Premium on U. S. bonds 

Platteville city bonds 

Reiunded for overpdyments . 

Total disbursements 



$2,410 88 

10,574 (lO 

2,360 04 

333 33 



$10,000 00 

1,361 30 

10,500 00 

5 18 



$15,668 25 



$21,866 48 



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AGRICULTURAL COLLEQE FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 

Interest on land certificates and loans 

Interest on certificates of indebtedness 

Interest on U. S. bonds 

Interest on Milwaukee city bonds 

Interest on loan ti town of Withee, Clark Co. . . . 

Interest on loan to town of Weyauwega, Wau- 
paca County 

Interest on loan to town of Texas, Marathon 
County 

Interest on loan to town of Day, Marathon 
County 

Int. on loan to city of New London 

Int. on loan to city of Manitowoc 



Total receipts 



Disbursements. 



Treasurer of the State University 

Piatteville city, accrued inerest on bonds. 
Hefunded f«/r overpayments. 



Total disbursements. 



$8,157 18 

4,242 00 

1,387 50 

700 00 

850 00 

100 00 

28 08 

140 00 

35 00 

1,960 00 



$17,377 14 
187 50 
185 12 



$17,699 76 



$17,699 76 



NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 



Receipts. 

Sales of land 

Dues on certificates of sales . 

Loans 

Taxes 

Penalties 

Milwaukee city bonds 

6-Sec. 



$97,354 88 

2,784 00 

6,222 92 

2 82 

14 62 

10,000 00 



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Loan to Wood county 

Loan to Iowa county 

Loan to Taylor county 

Loan to city of Waupaca 

Loan to city of La Crosse 

Loan to town of Marinette, Marinette county . . 
Loan to town of Waupaca, Waupaca county. . . . 
Loan to town of Kewaunee, Kewaunee county. . 

Loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon county 

Loan to town of Barron, Barron county 

Loan to town of Princeton, Green Lake county . 
Loan to Board of Educati »n, city of Beaver Dam. 
Loan to Board of Education city of Neenah. . 

Total receipts 

Disbursements. 

School District Loans — 

Na 2. Gil ett, Oconto county 

17. Forest, Richland Co., and Stark, Liberty 

and Webster, Vernon Co 

2. Colby and Mayvill»», Clark Co., and 

Hull and Hoi ton, Marathon Co 

4. Easton, Marathon Co 

4. Menomonie Dunn Co 

1. Chetek, B «rron Co 

2. Plainfield, Waush ra Co 

2. Millidore, Wood Co 

8. Pine Grove, Portage Co., and Plainfield, 

Waukesha Co 

4 Eureka, Polk Co 



United States Bonds 

Premium on U. S. Bonds 

Milwaukee City Bonds 

Bonds of the town of Gale, Trempealeau Co . . 
S. H. Allen and William Gallon, fees on selection 

of state lands. 

V. Bayless and Alex Meggett, fees on selection of 

stale lands ^ 

Geo. Fav and J. H. Jones, fees on selection of 

state Innds 

Ole R. Olson, expenses, selecting state lands. . . 
Geo. B. Carter, expenses, selecting state lunds . 
Refunded for overpayments 

Total disbursements 



$7,000 00 

10,000 00 

660 00 

2,500 00 

4,000 00 

3,750 00 

1,250 00 

1,200 00 

200 00 

130 00 

500 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 



$500 00 

400 00 

1,000 00 
500 00 
800 00 
872 00 
600 00 
675 00 

. 500 00 
500 00 



$149,568 74 



$5,847 00 

8,000 00 

408 88 

100,000 00 

12,000 00 

90 00 

179 50 

169 00 

650 06 

48 68 

285 22 

$122,172 84 



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Interest on land certificates and loans 


$4,691 35 

36,099 00 

8,681 25 

11,200 00 

1,400 00 

3,500 00 

415 80 

3,862 06 

805 00 

2,240 00 

26 17 

402 50 

252 00 

124 19 

79 71 

175 00 

2,802 95 

2,^16 97 

25 00 

36 55 

2,997 44 

8,568 70 

70 00 

490 00 




Interest on certificates of indebtedness 




Interest on U. S. bonds 




Interest on Milwankee city bonds 




Interest on loan to Brown county 




Interest on loan to Iowa county 




Interest on loan to Tayl <r county 




Interest on loan to Wood county 




Interest on loan to cify of Waupaca 




Interest on loan to city o La Crosse 




Int on loan to town of Mariiette, Marinette Co. 




Int. on loan to town of Waupaca, Waupaca Co. 




Int on loan to town of Kewaunee, Kewaunee Co 




Int. on loan to town of Mosinee, Mara hon Co . . 




Int. on loan to town of Barron, Barron County. . 




Int. on loan to town of Princeton, Green Lake Co 




Tuition fees. River Falls Normal School 




Tuition fees, and book rent Platte ville N'in*l Sch*l 




Sale of old furnao^, Plattevi le Normal School. . 




Sale of books, Platteville Normal Scho 1 




Tuition fees, White veater Normal School 




Tuition fees, Oshkosh N. irmal School 




Int. on loan to Board of Education, Beaver Dam 




Int on loan to Board of Educat'n, city of Neenah 


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Total Receipts 




$86,361 64 


Disbursements. 
Treasurer of Board of ReRrents of Normal Schools 


$86,324 05 
87 59 


Refund d for overpaymeut 








Total disbursements 




$86,361 64 









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DRAINAGE FUND. 



Receipts. 
Interest on land certificates 


1452,45 

92, 705 64 

863 17 

3 28 


1 


Sales of land 





Dues on certificates 


Penalties 




$93,624 54 


Total receipts .' 




Disbursements. 
Lincoln County 


$12,776 65 

6,000 00 

17 13 

90 00 

169 00 

179 50 

43 68 

650 07 

254 63 


A. J. Turner, A. Scharf and C. R. Gallett, appro, 
ch. 138, laws of 1883 




S. H. Alban and Wm. Gallon, excess of landseFd 




S. H. Albafi and Wm. Gallon, fees on seL st. lands 




Greo. Fay and J. H. Jones, fees on se ec'g st. lands 




V. Bay less aod A. Meggett, feesonselec. st. lands 
Geo. B. Garter, expenses selecting s^ate lands. . . . 






Ole R OlEon, expenses selecting state lands 

Refunded for over-pavments. 








Total disbursements , 




$20, 180 66 






DELINQUENT TAX FUND. 


Receipts. 
Taxes op state la^if^s 




$13,062 97 


Disbursements. 

Apportionment to Counties— 
Adams 


141 96 

358 79 

193 92 

449 72 

22 63 

75 69 

97 67 

790 64 

1,064 94 

35 81 

131 17 

3 49 

2 36 

152 79 

896 16 




Ashland 




Barron 




Bayfield 




Brown 




Buffalo 




Burnett 




ChioDewa 




ciariT.. ............:...:.::..:.... 




Columbia 




Crawford 




D .ne 




Dodge. 




Door . 




Douglas 





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Dunn 


1205 45 

154 70 

50 84 

3 06 

45 04 

204 25 

50 47 

63 48 

28 10 

1 72 

5 73 

195 24 

3,568 22 

18 91 

481 84 

419 81 

23 52 

21 35 

98 41 

881 78 

476 19 

77 54 

257 56 

445 18 

243 73 

133 99 

210 63 

460 66 

80 10 

1,605 74 

290 52 

703 46 

131 58 

109 02 

3 51 

58 83 

5 62 

113 77 

77 00 

8 76 

141 36 




Eau Clajre 




Florence 




Green Lake 




Iowa 




Jackson , 




. Jefferson 




Juneau 




Kewaunee 




La Crosse 




La Fayette 




Langlade 




Lincoln ••.... 




Manitowoc 




Marathon 




Marinette 




Marquette 




MUwaukee 




Monroe 




Oconto 




Outagamie 




Pepin 




Pierce 




Polk 




Portage 




Price 




Richland 




St. Croix 




Sauk 




ShawartO 




Sawyer 




Taylor 




Trempealeau 




Vernon 




Walworth 




Washburn 




Waukesha 




Waupaca 




Waushara 




Winnebago 




Wood 






$15,863 79 
173 18 


T^f^iTifle^ for overpayments. ....... x x 










Total Disbursements 


$16,086 97 







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DEPOSIT FUND. 



Balances deposited 

Dis 

(rporcre Hald ^^in . . . 


Receipts. 




$1,718 16 





$174 37 

56 50 

50 22 

17 53 

3 00 

100 60 

7 88 

486 47 

54 46 

3 70 

56 28 

46 36 




Thomas Bradnock 




L. B. Caswell 




J. D. Clark 




W. D. Carr 




Dan Dilley 








S. A. Qvale 




"Willi -m Smith 




H.N. Solherg 




C. E. W. Struve 




Wm. A. Spencer 






dents 




Total Disburse Q 




$1,056 87 









ST. CROIX & LAKE SUPERIOR R. R. TRESPASS FUND. 



REOEIPT& 

M. Herrick, x)enaltie8 collected . 
Disbursements. 



Sloan, Stevens & Morris attorney fees. 

M. Herrick, timber agent, salary 

M. Herrick, timber agent, expenses . . 



Total Disbursements. 



$5,160 43 

750 00 

1,853 60 



$1,967 64 



$7,264 03 



ST. CROIX & LAKE SUPERIOR R. R. DEPOSIT. 



Disbursements. 
W. H. Phipps, deposit of John Arbuckle 



$100 00 



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REDEMPTION FUND. 



Receipts. 
AdvertiBing interest, penalties and fees. 

DiSBUBSEMENTS. 



Qeorge Baldwin 

S. A.QTale 

William Smith 

H. N. Solberg 

C. E. W. Struve 

Total Disbursements. 



$101 85 

9 65 

20 05 

19 15 

50 78 



$179 63 



1201 48 



ALLOTMENT FUND. 



Disbursements. 



Charles Scott. 



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APPENDIX "A. 



U A » 



DETAILED STATEMENT OF THE RECEIPTS AND DIS- 
BURSEMENTS OF THE SEVERAL FUNDS FOR THE 
FISCAL YEAR ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1884. 



GENERAL FUND RECaSIPTS. 



From Counties. 



State Taz. 



Suit Tax. 



For Charita- 
ble Institu- 
tions. 



Adams 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield .... 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumet 

Chippewa . . . 

Clark 

Columbia . . . 
Crawford . . . 

Dane 

Dodge 

Door 

Douglas 

Dunn 

Eau Claire.. 
Florence .... 
Fond du Lac 

Grant 

Green 

Green Lake. . 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Juneau 



$1,014 01 

953 74 

992 63 

365 16 

4,673 91 

2,406 39 

71 81 

4,276 70 

3,958 48 

2,668 28 

7,728 65 

2,393 63 

16,710 33 

14,872 17 

1,034 21 

450 75 

2,979 29 

4,515 53 

788 62 

18,246 32 

8,706 94 

7,067 90 

3,670 96 

5,368 13 

2,008 90 

8,923 41 

2,366 81 



$^5 00 
35 00 

33 00 
15 00 

108 00 
49 00 
15 00 
13 00 
92 00 
97 00 

48 00 
59 00 

213 00 
86 00 
68 00 
52 00 
86 00 

168 00 
23 00 
47 00 

122 00 
27 00 
19 00 
35 00 

49 00 

34 00 
84 00 



$512 37 

191 43 

446 04 

67 06 

3,269 65 

1, 105 32 

521 00 

923 17 

1,511 84 

987 87 

1,202 54 

1,753 72 

3,252 82 

2,482 32 

848 38 

87 02 

1,944 69 

2,466 22 



4,613 86 
3,079 63 
1,191 46 
802 05 
2,462 72 
1,383 81 
2,857 56 
1,867 65 



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From Counties. 



State Tax. 



Suit Tax. 



Charitable 
Institutions. 



Kenosha 

Kewaunee. . . 
La Crosse. . . . 
La Fayette.. 
Langlade. . . . 

Lincoln 

Manitowoc. . 
Marathon.... 
Marinette . . . 
Marquette... 
Milwaukee. . . 

Monroe 

Oconto 

Outagamie.. . 

Ozaukee 

Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage 

Price. 

Racina 

Richland 

Rock 

St. Croix 

Sauk 

Sawyer 

Shawano... .. 
Sheboygan . . 

Taylor 

Trempealeau. 

VernoD 

"Walworth . . 
Washburn... 
Washington. 
Waukesha. . . 
Waupaca.. . . 
Waushara. . . 
Winneoago.. 
Wood 



$4,994 25 
1,976 48 
5,618 13 
5,769 78 
650 42 
1,258 45 
8,479 51 

8.015 01 
2,098 06 
1,290 86 

44,487 49 
8,098 88 
2,075 22 

6.016 51 
4,264 56 

805 45 

8,019 28 

1,419 80 

2,078 61 

964 88 

10,836 51 
2,889 76 

14,913 86 

4,110 68 

5,361 62 

213 16 

1,702 71 

10,303 04 
1,164 38 
8,062 58 
3,455 80 

10, 177 19 

227 60 

7,064 10 

11,251 21 
3, 177 87 
2,012 54 

11,494 78 
1,361 41 



$331,784 88 



$18 00 
38 00 
88 00 
29 00 
40 00 

162 00 
48 00 

202 00 
20 00 
11 00 

773 00 
53 00 
91 00 

108 00 
17 00 
19 00 
78 00 
70 00 

80 00 
26 00 
50 00 
61 00 

81 00 
179 00 

28 00 



12,048 72 
1,034 42 
2,420 90 
2,078 24 
96 71 
87 84 
3,127 10 

670 68 
1,256 99 

808 09 
1,145 86 
1,426 80 
1,372 04 
3,826 18 
1,426 99 

461 02 
1,709 06 

904 19 
1,844 75 



2,206 84 
1,421 74 
1,981 47 
1,663 00 
1,870 99 



62 00 
14 00 

63 00 
60 00 
42 00 
47 00 
17 00 
26 00 
45 00 
36 00 
12 00 
72 00 
56 00 



576 89 
1,635 74 

169 86 
1,776 53 
1,903 83 
1,928 69 
33 94 
2,285 78 
2,891 19 
1,803 54 

768 36 
3,396 32 

829 37 



$4,504 00 



$97, 114 36 



$433,403 24 



From Railboad Companies. 

Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul R'y Co 

Chicago & Northwestern R'y Co 

C, St. P., Minn. & Omaha R*y Co 

Green Bay, Winona & St PhuI R. R. Co. . . . 
Milwaukee, Lake Shore & Western R. R. Co 

Milwaukee & Northern R*y Co 

Menomonie R'y Co 

Northern Pacific Ry Co 

Prairie du Chien & McGregor R R. Co 

St Paul, Eastern Grand Trunk R R. Co. . . . 



$331,588 12 

282, 185 44 

108,666 12 

1,929 82 

11,463 08 

5,160 44 

26 10 

72 05 

1,043 45 

50 00 



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WiBConsin & Minnesota R. R, Co 


10,811 62 

56,181 30 

102 90 




Wisconsin Central R. R. Co 




Wisconsin Pittsviile & Sunerior R* v Co 






$754,269 44 

$82 47 


PTiANK Road Companies. 
Milwaukee & Janesville Plank Co 




Telegrapb Companies. 
Chicago & Milwaukee Telegraph Co 


$63 00 

16 00 

4,489 85 




Platt4?ville ani T/ancastfti" 'ffelefira-nh Dn t - 




Western Union Telegraph Co 






4,568 85 


Telephone Companies. 
Wisconsin Telephone Co 


$1, 155 94 
2 50 
9 25 
1 57 


Burlin&rton Telenhone Co 




Duluth Telephone Co 




Northwestern Telenhone Co 






1,169 26 


Railway Cab Companies. 
New York Central Sleeping Car Co 


$16 26 
121 89 


Pullman Sleeninfir Car Uo 






$188 15 


From Fire Insurance Companies. 
American Central Ins. Co . St. Louis. Mo 


$179 20 

1,088 99 

218 58 

216 40 

48 75 
174 48 

65 86 
120 85 
818 20 
307 09 

40 45 
285 62 

42 22 

415 94 

1,696 46 

458 62 

49 89 
677 92 
184 60 
206 76 
168 77 

2,790 69 
162 40 
154 54 
150 60 

50 87 


JEtna Ins. Co. Hartford, Conn 




AmArican Ins. Co.. Newark. N. J. ............ ^ . . 




Allemania Tn^, Co., Pitt«h\irg, Pn , 




American Ins. Co.. Boston 




.AmA.Knn Tna. On.. Cincinnati. Ohio 




American Fire Ins. Co., New York 




Accident Ins. Co.. of N. A 




American Fire Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Buffalo Oerman Ins. Co., Buffalo, N. Y 






Buffalo Ins. Ca, Buffalo, N. Y 




Boylston Mut. Ins. Co., Boston 




Boston. Maiine Ins. Co.. Boston 




British American Ins. Co., Toronto, Can 




Concordia Fire Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis 

Connecticut Fire Ins. Co. Hartford, Conn 




Commerce Ins. Co., Albany, N. Y 




Commercial Union Ins. Co., Chicago, 111 

Clinton Fire Ins. Co., New York 






California Ins. Co.. Cincinnati Atrencv 




Commercial Ins. Co., New York 




Continental Ins. Co., New York 




Citv of London Ins. Co., Boston Agency 

Citizens Ina C^, New York. 






Detroit F. and M. Ins. Ca. Detroit. Mich 




Dwelling House Ins. Co, Boston 





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Equitable F. & M. Ins. Co., of R. L, Chicago ag'cy 
Firemen's Fund Ins. Co., CaL, Chicago office. . . 

Franklin's Yire In& Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Fidelity and Casualty Ina Co., New York 

Firemen's Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 

Fiie Ins. Association, of England, New York. . 

Fire Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, Pa 

Grerman Ins. C<>., Peoria, 111 

Glr-nn's Falls Ins. Co., Glenn's Falls, N. Y 

Germantown Farmer's Mutual Ins. Co 

German American Ins. Co., Chicago Office 

G«rmania Fire Ins, Co., New York 

Girard Fire & Marine Ins. Co., Philadelphia, Pa 

German Insurance Co., Freeport, III 

Guardian Assurance Co., G. B 

Guarantee In& Co , of N. A., Montreal, Can 

German-Scai dinavian Hail Ins. Co., StPaul. Minn 
German- Amen can Hail Ins. Co., St. Paul, Minn. . 

Greenwich Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Hartford Fire In& Co., Hartford, Conn 

Home Ins. Co., New York 

Hekla Fire Ins. Co., Madison, Wis 

Herman Farmers' Mut. Ina Co., Woodland, Wis. 

Hamburg Bremen Ins. Co., Chicago Branch 

Hanover Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Howard Ins. Co., New York 

Harr. St Boiler Inspection and Ins. Co., Boston. . 

Ins. Co. of North America, Erie, Pa., branch 

Ina Co. of the State of Pennsylvania, Phil'a 

Imperial Fire Ins. Cr»., London, England 

Lancashire Ins. Co., G. B., Ch cago office 

Lion Fire Ins. Co., Hartford branch 

Liverpool, Lond. & Globe Ina Co., Chicago office. 

London and Lancashire Ina Ca, G. B 

Long Island Ina Co., Brooklyn, N. Y 

Lloyd's Plate Glass Ins. Ca, New York 

London Assurance Co., New York Agency 

London and Provincial Ins. Co., N. Y. office. . . . 

Milwaukee Mechanics Mut Ina Co 

Michigan Fire and Marine Ins. Ca, Detroit 

Merchants Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 

Mercantile Ina Co., Cleveland, Ohio 

Metropolit ^n Plate Glass Ina Co., New York 

Mercantile F. & M. Ins. Co., Chicago, HI 

Merchants Ina Co., Providence, R. I 

Manufacturers F. and M. Ins. Co., Boston 

Metropole Fire Ins. Co., Paris, France 

Millers and Manufacturers Mut Ins. Co.,Minneap 
Manuf rs & M^rchiyits Mut. Ina Co., Rockford, 111 

Miss. Valley Manuf. Ina Ca, Rock Island. Ill 

Northwestern National Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wia 

National Fire Ina Co., Hartford, Conn 

North British Mercantile Ina Co., G. B., N. Y. offi'e 
New York Bowery Fire Ins. Co., New York . . 

New Orleans Fire Ins. Co., New Orleans 

Norwich Union Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Northern Ina Ca, G. B., Chicago office 



290 49 
363 72 
518 82 
110 70 
826 43 

89 94 
1,143 41 

58 01 
340 22 
412 32 
1, 158 14 
652 88 
247 10 
828 97 

76 02 
6 40 

82 78 
223 06 

46 82 

1,620 03 

2,627 65 

1,479 40 

109 86 

815 84 

652 88 

169 03 

150 03 

2,612 22 

79 00 
488 27 
485 18 

87 51 
728 42 
125 77 

22 02 

68 47 

885 98 

122 42 

2,680 57 

54 58 
187 88 
124 26 

19 11 
114 88 
203 36 
373 73 

57 38 
220 43 
122 21 

70 53 

896 81 

293 99 

1,103 90 

98 25 
286 52 
858 03 
278 10 



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Ne!¥ Hampshire Fire Ins. Ca, Manchester, N. H. 
Nia&rara Ins. Co.. New York 


261 65 
569 70 
256 87 

84 20 
58 80 

846 66 

19 80 

1,075 44 

50 89 

22 49 

212 06 

1,121 54 

1,082 65 

572 06 

98 25 

4 96 

628 86 

476 78 

290 27 

279 16 

61 94 

911 82 

188 22 

85 80 
841 09 

06 98 
251 58 

77 80 
680 11 
727 54 

69 81 

150 97 
451 24 

21 46 
49 11 

151 96 
226 00 
669 09 
170 80 
204 24 
608 78 
829 74 






North German Ins. Co., New York 




National Fire Ins. Co., New York 




Newark Fire Ins. Co., Newark, N. J 




Orient Ins. Co., Hartford Conn 




Prescott Ins. Co., Boston, 




Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Erie Branch 




Peonies' Fire Ins. Co., New York 




Pennsylvania Ins. Co., Pittsburg 




Providence Washinfirton Ins. Co.. R.I 




Phcenix Ins. Co , EEartford, Conn 




Phoenix Ins. Co., New York, Chicago Olfice 

Phoenix Ins. Co., Q. B., New York 

Pacific Ins. Co., New York 




Plymouth Mutual Hail Ins. Co., Plymouth, Wis. 
Queen's Ins. Co., G. B., Chicacro Office 






Royal Ins. Co., G. R, Chicago Office 




Rochester German Ins. Co., Rochester, N. Y 




Rockfot d Ins. Co., Rockford, 111 




Securitv Ins. Co., New Haven, Conn 




Springfield F. and M. Ins. Co., Chicago, 111 

Star Fire Ins. Co., Chicago, 111 




Standard Fire Ins. Co., New York 

Standard Fire Office, London 




SterlmfiT Fire Ins Co . . N. Y 




Shoe and Leather Ins. Co., Boston 




Scottish Union National Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn. 
Sun Fire Office, En^^land 






St Paul F. and M. Ins. Co., St Paul, Minn 




Trans-Atlantic Ins. Co., New York 




Thames and Mersey Ins. Co., G. B 




Trader's Ins. Co.. Chica&ro. Ill 




United States Fire Ins Co.. New York 




Union Marine Ins. Co., G. B 




Union Ins. Co. of California, Chicago Office 

Union Ins. Co., Philadelphia 






"Western Assurance Co., Milwaukee, Wis 




Williamsburg City Ins. Co., Brookh n, N. Y 

Washington F. an i M. Ins. Co., Chicago, 111 

Westchester Fire Ins. Co., New York 








Western Manufacturer's Mutual, of Chicago 


$51*433*81 


From Life Insurance Companies. 
JStna life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn 


$300 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 
800 00 


Continental Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn 

Connecticut Lif^ Ins. Co.. Hartford. Conn 





Equitable Life Ins. Co., New York 




Germania Life Ins. Co.. N. Y 




Homo Life Ins. Co., New York 




Hartford Life Ina Co 




Massachusetts Mut Life Ins. Co., Springfield. . . . 
Manhattan Life Ins. Co.. New York 






Mutual Life Ins. Co., Detroit, Mich 

Mutual Benefit Life Ibs. Ca, Newark. N. J 

Metropolitan Life Ins. Co., New York 







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Northwestern Mut. Life Ins. Co., Milwaukee, Wis. 


6.867 04 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
800 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 
300 00 




New England Mutual Life Ins. Co., 




New York Life lis. Co.. New York 




Penn Mutual Life Ins, Co., Philadelphia, Pa 




Provident Savings Life Assurance Soc, N. York. 
Phoenix Mutual Life Ins. Co., Hartford, Conn . . . 






State Mutual Life Ins. Co., Worcester, Mass 




Travelers Ins, Co.. Hartford 




United States Life Ins. Co., New York 




Union Mutual Life Ins. Co.. Portland, Me 




Washington Life Ins. Co., New York 








Hawkers and peddlers 




$13,467 94 

13,005 85 


From Sundry Sources. 
Secretary of State, Botary fees 


$872 00 

2,846 67 

. 1,539 19 

16,245 00 

10 00 

3,850 37 

2,555 02 

524 01 

120 10 

1,701 50 

190 00 

1 00 

600 

159 00 




Secretary of State, fees of office 




Commissioners of Public Lands, fees , 




Insurance Commissioner, insurance fees 

Attorney General, costs, Harding vs. State Treaa 




Wm. F. Vilas, convevance of lands to H. M. 




Fuller, ch. 276, laws of 1882 




Income penalty 




Tresnass nenaltv 




Trespass expenses 




State Superintendent, sales of dictionaries. 




State Superintendent, sale of maps 

State Superintendent, sales of co< ie 






Northwestern Li'e Ina Co., certificate 




Bank Dep't, publishing and printing bank report 










$30,619 86 


Total receipts 


1,302,111 87 









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GENERAL FUND DISBURSEMENTS FOR 1884 



Salaries and Permanent 

APPROPRIATIONa 

Oovemor'8 Office — 
Jeremiah M. Rusk, Governor, Salary 
L. J. Rusk, Governor's Private Sec'y 
Sam. S. Fifieid, Acting Governor. . . 



Secretary's Oj^ce — 
Ernst G. Timme, Sec. State, Salary. 
M. T. Park, Asst Sec. State, Salary. 



State Treamrer'8 Office— 
E. C. McFetridge, § ate Treas., Salary 
J. A. McFetridge, Asst. Treas., Salary 



Attorney 'OeneraV 8 Office— 
L. F. Frisby, Attorney-Gen'l, Salary 
H. W. Chynoweth, Asst Atfe.-Gen., Sal 



State Superintendent's Offl^ — 
Robert Graham, State Supt, Salary. 
Robt Graham, State Supt., expenses 
Robt. Graham, State S«ipt., elk. hire 
W. H. Chandler, Asst. State Supt, Sal 
State Supt, Appro. Sec. 166, R. S.. 



15,000 00 

1,600 00 

120 00 



$5,000 00 
2,000 00 



$5,000 00 
2,000 00 



Bailroad Commissioner's Offi^-e — 
N. P. Haugen, R R. Com., SaUry. 
N. P. Haugen, R R Com., expenses. 
J. H. Foster, Dept. R R C.>m., Salary 
J. H. Foster, Dept R R Com., expens. 
Self ert & Schoeffel, maps 



Public Property Office — 
W. H. Bennett, Supt Pub. Property 



Supreme Court — 
Orsamus Cole, Chief Justice, salary . 
Wm. P. Lyon, Associate Jusrice, soL 
H. S. Orton, Associate Justice, saL . . 
Davi'i Taylor, Associate Justice sal. 
J. R Cassodav, Associate Justice, sal. 
Clarence Kellogg, Clerk, per diem . . 



$3,000 00 
2,000 00 



$1,200 00 

1,500 00 

1,000 00 

1,800 00 

150 00 



$3,000 00 

843 00 

1,500 00 

198 00 

27 00 



$5,000 00 
5,000 00 
6,000 00 
5,000 00 
5,000 00 
480 00 



$6,720 00 



7,000 00 



7,000 00 



5,000 00 



5,650 00 



5,068 00 



2,000 00 



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Clarence Kellogg, clerk, fees 

O. M. Conover, reporter 

F. K. Conover, reporter 

Jaines P. Paine, secretary to Justices 
C. H. Beyler, crier 



Circuit Courts — 
J. T. Wentworth, Judge, 1st circuit 
J. B. Winslow, Judge 1st circuit . 
Chas. H. Hamilton, Judge, 2d circuit 
David J. Pulling, Judge, 8d circuit. 
N«»rmanL. Gilson, Judge, 4th circuit. 
Greo. Clementson, Judge, 5th circuit. 
A. W. Newman, Judge, 6th cinuit. . 
Chas. M. Webb, Judge. 7th circuit. . 
Egbert B. Bundy, Judge, 8th circuit 
Alva S'ewart, Judge, 9th circuit . . . 
Gteo. EL Myers. Judge, 10th circuit. . 
Solon H. Clough, Judg* , 11th circuit. 
J. R. Bennett, Judge, 12th c rcuit. . 
A. Scott Sloan, Judge, 13th circuit. . 
S. D. Hastings, Jr., Judge 14th circ't 



State Historical Society — 
Lyman 0. Draper, Secretary, salary. 
Daniel S. Durrie, Librarian, salary. . 
L S. Bradley, Asst Librarian, salary. 
Treasurer, annual appropriation 



State Library — 
J. R. Berry man. State Librarian, saL 

John Angle <fe Co., books 

A. L. Bancroft & Co., books 

A. G. Briggs, books 

Banks Bro-., books 

Chicago Legal News, books 

Callaghan & Co., books 

CassweU & Co., books 

William Gould & Son, books 

K«y & Bro., books 

John Kent 

Geo. A. Lewis, books 

Little, Brown & C >., books 

.Mills & Co., books 

G. L. M-inchester, books 

E. p. Myi-rs &Co., books 

James E. Moseley, books 

John D. Parsons, books 

R F. Perry, Hooks 

Review Publi^hin^ Co., books 

Rowsell & Hutchinson, books 

S'»ule & Bugbee, books 

Wm. H. Stevenson, books 

Stevens & Hayne^, books 

Edward Thompson, books 



255 25 
1,750 00 
1,250 00 
1,300 00 

192 00 



$750 00 


2,250 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


3,000 00 


2,250 00 


11,200 00 


1,600 00 


975 00 


5,000 00 



1,500 00 

8 50 

57 50 

6 00 

47 55 
2 20 

907 10 

69 97 

129 25 

48 00 

4 50 

5 00 
22 50 
20 00 

5 00 
22 75 
15 00 
18 00 

4 50 

5 00 
31 86 

177 50 

5 00 

95 95 

44 25 



$3t»,227 25 



41,250 00 



8,775 00 



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F. W. Thomas, books 

Wisconsin Legal News, books . 
"West Publishing Cj., books . . . 



State B&rdof Charities and Reform — 
A. E. Elmore, member, expenses . . . 
Mrs. E. B. Fairbanks, member, ex's. 

H. H. Giles, member, exp^-nses 

J. H. Vivian, member, expenses 

A. O. Wright, Secretary, salary 

A. O. Wright, Secretary, expenses. . 
A. O. Wright, Secretary, expenses 

to Congress of Charities 

A. O. Wright, Secretary, 300 copies 

Proceedings of Cong, of Charities . 

Fred Vivian, services 



Land Protection — 
V. M. Adams, timber agent, salary . 
V. M. Adams, timber agenr, expanses 
O. W. Block, timber agent, salary . . 
O. W. Block, timber, agent, exp'uses 
H. P. Brigg-i, timber agent, salary. 
H. P. Briggs, timber agent, exposes. 
O. W. Ghoca, timber agent, salary. 
G. W. Ghoca, timber agent, expenses 
•C. E. Mears, timber agent, salary. . . 
O. E. Mears, timber agent, expenses 
E. Outhwaite, timber agent, salary. 
E. Outhwaite, timber agent, expanses 
William Wall, timber agent, salary 

Insurance Commission — 
P. L. Spooner, Jr., Ins. Com., salary 
R C. Spooner, Dep. Ins. Com., salary 

State Board of Health-- 
J, T. Reeve, Sec, expenses of boa d 

Fish Culture — 

• Treas. Fish Comm., expenditures. 

Interest on State Indebtedness — 

On bonds 

On certificates of indebtedness to 

School Fund 

Normal School Fund 

University Fund 

Agricultural College Fund... . 

School Fund Income — 
Interec^t, Sec. 274» R. S • . . 



10 15 

5 15 

25 00 



$730 70 
357 94 
503 50 
335 65 
1,500 00 
335 87 

77 65 



120 00 
32 00 



$600 00 
80 00 
600 00 
75 90 
111 55 
122 19 
500 00 
400 33 
600 00 
625 10 
600 00 
139 85 
900 00 



$3,000 00 
1,500 00 



University Fund Income — 
Appropriation, Chapw 300, Laws 1883, 



$150 00 

109,389 00 

36,099 00 

7,770 00 

4,242 00 



$3,293 18 



3,893 31 



5,355 63 



4,500 00 
3,324 62 

6,500 00 



157,650 00 
7,088 86 



57,442 52 



$867,737 87 



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Legislative Expenses— 
Lieuteuant Governor 

Charitable and Penal Institutions. 

State Hospital — 

Expenses 

Rebuilding laundry wall 



190,914 00 
600 00 



Northern Hospital for Insane — 
Expenses 



Institute for Deaf and Dumb — 
Expenses 



Institute for Uie Blind — 
Expenses 



Industrial School for Boys — 
Expenses 



State Prison — 
Eiipenses 



Soldiers' Orphans' Home — 
R W. Burton, Sec. salary and exp's 



Clerk Hire. 



Governor's Office — 
T.L. Hacker 



Secretary's Office — 

L. J. Erdall, m iling clerk. ... 

W. W. Jones, filing clerk , 

Chas. A. Lei'h, printing clerk , 

A. E. McCurdy, ; sst. book-keeper. . , 
Thos St. George, c rr-s. & war. elk. 

D. H. Tullis book-k eper , 

Mrs. F. M. Vila . regis^ra ion clerk. 

A. B. Roeder, compiling clerk 

D. R. Roeder, compiling clerk 



A. E. Bauer, services under Chap. 
90, Laws 1883 



Treasurer's Office — 

H. B. Haz*»Ixine, deposit clerk 

Nic. Ko-rad, c rresponding clerk.. 
Charles Maynard, mailing clerk. . . , 

Chas. Wede stedt, book-keeper 

Ch^s. W' deJstedt, comp. B*k Report 
Henry Malone, watchman 



7— Sec. 



1,300 00 
1, 425 00 
1,800 00 
1,490 00 
1,800 00 
1,900 00 
1,335 00 
165 00 
895 00 



$1,800 00 

1,800 00 

1,080 00 

1,800 00 

100 00 

732 00 



191,514 00 

108,267 06 

86,007 32 

17,876 42 

46,724 11 

9,000 73 

13 50 



1,500 00 



13,010 00 
1,500 00 



7,313 00 



$1,000 00 



1308,903 13 



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Land 
C. F. fricke, Chief Clerk 
C. F. Fricke, cl'k to Com. Pub. Lands 

B. F. Cram 

Geo. B. Carter . . 

B. J. Castle 

C. M. Foresman 

Peter Fagg 

E.S. McBride... 
Die R Olson... 
F. KPhiUips.... 



Public Property Office^ 
W. H. JosUn 



State Superintendenfs Office— 
A. A. Spencer 



Labor About Capitol. 



Engiiieera and Firemen — 
Edward Culver, engineer 
Frank Smith, engineer. . . 

Edward Hickman 

Anton Olson 

Carpenters — 

D.H.Wright 

Charles Gussman 

Watchmen — 

Henry Shetter 

L E. Troan 

Police — 

Geo. W. Baker 

Eugene Bo wen 

E. E. Thomas 



Janitors and Messengers — 
C. H. Beyler, supreme court room, 

J. C. Butler, historical rooms 

F. J. Cram, supreme court room. . , 
L. F. Frisbv, Jr., Atty. Gen's office, 
William H. Glenz, insurance office. 
Charles E. Hoyt, Public Prop, office 
Wm. J . Jones, Public Property office 
Daniel Kessler, State Sup^t office 
W. H. Loveioy, Governor's office 
Fred J. Moll, B'd of Superv'n office 

Charles Olson, water closet 

S. G. Parkhurst, military office. . 



$1,800 00 
200 00 
1,440 00 
1,500 00 
1,500 00 
1,700 00 
1,440 00 
1,700 00 
1,440 00 
1,200 00 



11,098 00 

1,082 50 

824 00 

824 00 



$1,050 00 
891 00 



$732 00 
732 00 



$656 64 
732 00 
732 00 



$656 64 
660 14 
732 00 
656 64 
732 00 
732 00 
1,080 00 
799 67 
782 00 
782 00 
656 64 
658 89 



$13,920 00 
1,625 00 

1,500 00 



$8,828 50 



1,941 00 



1,464 00 



2,120 64 



$39,867 00 



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John W. Robson, Commissioner of 
Lab. Statistics office 

Eugene Roberts, Agricultural rooms 

George Speckner, Land office 

Mark Smith, Railroad office 

O. L. Wright, Secretary's office — 

W. R. Nethercut, supreme court 
reporter's room. 

D. W. Smith, supreme court report- 
er's room 

A. J. Vinje, State Library 



Laborers— 

E.E. Alford 

Mary Benson 

Peter Delmar 

Patrick Davitt 

Michael Egan 

Dora G?erz 

Daniel Lavin ., 

Michael Lynch 

Bridget McMillen . . 
Margaret Metchler. 
W. H. MiUward . . . 

E.R.Reed 

Julia Wilkinson . . . 



Contingent Expenses. 



, charges . 



656 64 
652 89 
656 64 
732 00 
658 39 

800 00 

240 00 
180 00 



1603 50 
208 50 
720 00 
660 14 
50 00 
211 00 
656 64 
600 00 
197 70 
216 60 
724 00 
720 50 
215 50 



American Express Co. 

C. H. Avery, mdse 

Abbott & Son, cutting and polishing stone 

Ainsworth B. & P. C. Co., covering steam pipes 

Phebe Anderson, scrubbing 

W. C. Abaly, special police 

Jane Armstrong, cleaning capitol 

American Shelf and Drawer Co., mdse 

J. W. Arbogast, mdse 

W. H. Bennett, freight 

F. C. Billings, special police 

W. H. Bennett, special police 

C. A. Belden, mdse 

J. H. D. Baker, mdse 

Bunker & Vroman, lumber 

C. E. Bibbs, special police 

L. Boehe, mdse 

G. W. Barkham & Son, eewing and laying carpets 

J. F. Bruce & Co., mdse 

Rosa Blake, scrubbing 

F. Barry, special police 

J. Barry, special police 

James I^nnett, special police. . 

M. J. Burke, labor in park 

Gteorge Bennett, Jabor in park. 
Sarah Burke, cleaning capitol 

James Burke, labor in park 

Frank Bond, labor in park 

Nora Benson, cleaning capitol . 

Joe Benson, labor in park 

Charles E. Bross, electric light 



$12,904 18 



$5,788 98 



$28,042 80 



$1,085 98 

6 75 
8 50 

874 20 
1 50 

8 00 

9 50 
125 00 

7 20 
47 59 
33 75 
12 60 

6 75 

3 30 

28 60 

1 20 

2 50 

10 36 
61 46 

11 00 
14 00 
14 00 
45 00 
27 87 

1 85 
9 50 

12 00 
1 75 
1 50 
1 75 

200 00 j...^ T 

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M. Breitenbach, drayaee 

A Bou hard, labor in the park 

Callaghan & Co., 32 copies 8. & B. sup. to R. S . . 

Richard C mly, specinl police 

Geo. B. Carpenter, mdse 

Dexter Curtis, mdse 

C. F Cooley, mdse 

H. Chr stopher & Co., mdse 

John H. Clark, mdse 

Cameron, Amberg & Co., mdse 

L. B. Childs & Co., mdse 

Henry Clemens, labor in park 

A. D. Coitover, surveying 

Peter Conlin, drayage 

Ed. Cody, labor in park 

Donnellon & Kain, directories for State Offices. 

Anthony Donovan, blacksmithing 

Richard Davis, mdse 

M. J. DeWolf, mdse 

Dunning & Sumner, mdse 

Margaret Davitt, cleaning capiiol ; . 

Dan. Delanv, mdse 

W. J. & F. Ellsworth, mdse 

Eagle Stamp Works, rubber stamps 

Dan Enni:*, labor in park 

Mike Egan, labor in park 

Frank & Ramsey, mdse 

James E. Fisher, furniture 

Rosa Fertig, repairing chairs 

Bridget Fox, cleaning capitol 

Frederickson & Fish, lumber 

H. Fogo, la»^or in park 

Geo. W. Gilman, mdse 

R )bert Graham, dictionaries for State Offices . 

Gugler Lithograph Co., 1 thographing 

George Gillies, labor in park 

P. Gilluley, labor in park 

J. Grady, special police 

William Gillett, special police 

Alva Gillett, labor n park 

August Gussman, labor ia park 

S. F. Grubb, labor in park 

John Guetlein, labor in park 

Annie Gorgison, labor in capitol 

Hollinter's Pharmacy, mdse 

F. HuhIs, repairs 

Mrs. F. M. Hoyt, making and washing towels. . 

Hull & Stevens, mdse 

Herbert E. Hoyt, p eking and shipping books. 
Hartford St. B. Insp. & Ins. Co., iDSuri'g boilers 

Thomas Hall, labor in park 

H. J. Hoffman, mdse 

N. Hutchinson, spec'al p 'lice 

Bertie Hoyt, labor in park 

Minnie Ho wen, cleaning capitol 

V. A Henwood, special police 

R S. Holden, regulating clocks 

F. M. Holt, drawing plans for heating capitol 

Geo. W. Huntley, mdse 

J. C J« irdon, p'ants 

C. W. Jacobs, s*>ecial police 

L. O. Jenech, labor in park 



50 

1 75 

132 00 

1 20 
135 63 

75 00 

18 30 

9 50 

5 74 

17 60 

4 50 

2 63 
125 00 

1 50 



15 00 
49 35 
38 48 

5 30 
93 60 

9 50 
10 00 

255 90 
10 00 

4 38 

10 50 

141 71 

3, 175 40 

32 00 

9 50 

92 79 

2 63 

37 60 

35 00 
186 00 

256 75 
32 38 

2 00 
20 00 

6 15 

24 75 
2 00 

13 65 

50 

366 41 

88 15 

7 40 
30 00 

36 00 
80 00 

112 88 

58 00 

2 00 

2 70 

1 50 

10 00 

10 00 

48 00 

82 50 

15 00 

25 00 
12 25 

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Amanda Johnson, cleaning capitol 

J. Knauber & Co., lithographing 

Isaac Klauber, mdse 

M. Kelley, special police 

C. L. Larson, mdse 

James Livesey, mason work 

F. D. Linn & Co., Law Magazine for Att'y Gen'l. 

M. Leonard, labor in park 

Theo. Lutzon, labor in park 

T. P. Lutzon, labor in park 

T. R. Lpatzow, labor in park 

James Livesey, rebuilding west steps to capitol. . 

T. W. Lucas, asphalt pavement 

James McGovern, labor in park 

B. D. Miner, ice 

Fred Memhard, cartage and freight 

Madison Manufacturing Co., work on park gates 

E. Miller, special police 

W. S. Marr, mdse 

Marr & Richards, mdse 

Moultoti & Goodwin, mdse 

L. Manasse, mdse 

J. L. Miller, mdse 

T. L. Nelson, paintini^ 

R. G. Norton, repairing clocks 

H. Niedecken & Co., mdse 

O. M. Nelson repairing: ice pitcher 

John Nadr-r, surveying walks 

O. M. Nelson, mdse 

New York Store, mdse 

Charles H. Naffz, mdse 

R. B. Ogilvie, mdse 

J. C. Officer, special ipolice 

P. O'Laughlin, labor in park 

Herbert Olson, labor in park 

Willie O'Brien, labor in park 

Tim Purcell, labor with team 

W. J. Park & Co., mdse 

W. W. P«)llard, painting 

L. P. Po'k & C )., two copies Wisconsin directory 

V. Parkhurst, labor in park 

Harry Phillips, labor in park 

Pat Purcell, labor in park 

A. L. Parm <n, drawing plans for heating capitol. 

Tho& Regan, gas fitting and plumbing 

H. G. Rind r, mdse 

Rand, McNally & Co,, mdse 

Willie Regan, labor in park. 

William Reed, labor ip. park 

Mrs. Annie Reed, scrubbing 

De Witt Ramsey, mdse 

Thomas Roak, labor in park 

J. D. Savage, mdse 

Sorenson, Frederickson & Fish 

Wm. T. Smith, repairing boilers 

C. R. Stein & Co., mdse 

Seifert & Schoeffel, lithographing 

John M. Sumner, mdse 



2 00 


158 75 


9 97 


12 00 


15 80 


44 25 


5 00 


108 50 


26 25 


38 50 


61 25 


2,493 03 


1,856 72 


88 


250 00 


118 83 


18 70 


7 20 


85 25 


34 00 


91 00 


18 00 


4 03 


416 38 


38 75 


294 53 


1 50 


10 00 


3 00 


1,379 95 


1 00 


63 81 


12 00 


13 65 


145 50 


88 


233 75 


286 21 


805 99 


10 00 


6 00 


1 35 


18 00 


75 00 


435 14 


6 75 


37 00 


9 00 


35 88 


50 


78 75 


1 00 


30 00 


239 32 


75 50 


212 42 


122 00 


558 61 



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E. Sharpe & Son, plastering 

Sophia Speckner, hemming and binding flags. . 

James B. Stewart, painting: 

William Shine, special police 

Wm. Sauthoff, special police 

Dennis Sullivan, labor m park 

Die Stevenson, labor in park 

Aug. Schmidt, repairing 

Mra Schenk, merchandise 

Wm. Sauthoflf, labor in park 

Oscar Scott, services 

W, W. Tupper & CJo., merchandise 

John Trainor, labor in park 

James Tomey, labor in park . . 

John Thomas, special police 

United States Express Co., charges 

H. J. Van Keulen, services 

West & Co., merchandise 

West Publishine: Co., two copies Federal Reports 

W. J. Willoughby, special police 

Frank Wadd^l, labor in park 

Margaret Walsh, cleaning capitol 

EmilZwerg, services 

Julius Zehnter & Co., merchandise 

Vroman & Mason, lumber 

Wisconsin Telephone Co., rent of telephones 

William E. Winholz, merchandise 

Injured in Capitol Disaster — 

C. H. Avery, medicine for 

W. C. Abaly, care of 

James Andrews, care of 

L. AUman, medicine for 

Jane Armstrong, washing for 

D. BannoD, merchandise for 

Peter Behrend, care of 

Dr. F. H. Bodenius, medical services 

Dr. J. N. Boyd, medical services 

Arthur J. Bibbs, merchandise for 

H. Christopher & Co., burisl of killed in 

Mrs. B. Connor, care of injured in 

B. Connor, care of injured in 

Mary Cosgrove, care of injured in 

Mrs. J. W. Campbell, care of 

Conklin & Co., fuel for 

Darwin Clark, merchandise for 

R. Comly, reporting testimony coroner's jury . 
John H. Clark, medicine for 

C. F. Cooley, fuel for 

D. B. Collins, milk for 

Julia Detrick, care of 

John Daley, care of 

A. M Daggett, merchandise for 

Geo. Dearolf. house rent for 

W. F. & F. Ellsworth, merchandise for 

Dr. T. H. Evans, medical services for 

Mrs. E. Fleminsr, care of 

D. Fitch, burial of killed 

Dr. H. B. Favill, medical services for 

James E. Fisher, merchandise for 



$11 76 


2 50 


10 00 


15 00 


16 00 


88 


88 38 


10 40 


4 55 


13 25 


88 


100 00 


1 75 


2 63 


21 00 


237 10 


10 00 


22 40 


20 00 


2 ClO 


4 38 


11 50 


25 


6 99 


31 04 


109 70 


4 00 


188 38 


60 00 


54 00 


21 55 


7 00 


13 62 


2 00 


81 00 


79 00 


96 50 


l23 75 


30 84 


14 42 


17 00 


,12 20 


I44 25 


6 00 


loo 00 


17 50 


37 50 


3 78 


61 00 


39 75 


23 83 


4 50 


38 72 


389 50 


262 50 


l82 75 


107 00 


12 00 



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Dr. PhiL Fox, medical services for , 

Max Gartner, services at 

Dr. Clark Gapen, medical 'services for 

V. A. Hen wood, care of injured 

Thos. Hayden, burial of killed 

HoUister^s Pharmacy, medicine fdr 

Geo. W. Huntley, merchandise for 

Heiliger & Grady, carriages for funeral 

Dr. C. F. Harrington, medical services injured 

Dr. C. H. Hall, medical services injured 

T. L. Hacker, merchandise 

Dr. L. S. Ingman, medical services for 

Dr. J. A. Jackson, medical services for 

Dr. Jno. C. Jones medical services for 

James Kelley, care of injured 

Andrew Kentzler, care or injured 

Andrew Kentzler, teams for injured 

John Levy, care of injured 

P. Lynch, merchandise for injured 

Dr.' L. V. Lewis, medical services for 

Helen McHale, care of injured 

Chas. L. Miller, merchandif^e for injured 

Andrew Mayers, merchandise for injured. . . , 

Mrs. E. Holden, care of injured 

'New York Store, merchandise for injured. . 

Chas. Naffz, merchandise for injured , 

Bernard O'Neil, care of injured 

"W. H. Peoples, care of injured 

Riley & Co., care of injured 

Mrs. C. Schinks, care of injured 

Wm. H. Shine, care of injured 

C. F. Slightam, merchandise for injured .... 

H. Scheler, meat for injured 

F. A. Stoltz, merchandise for injured 

J. E. Wilson, merchandise for injured 

Dr. A. J. Ward, medical services for 

Lizzie Zwenk, care of injured 

Susan Zwenk, care of injured 

M. Zwicky, merchandise for injured 

Printing. 

Democrat Printing Co,, printing blanks for — 

Governor 

Secretary of State 

State Treasurer 

Land Department 

Supreme Court 

State Librarian 

State Superintendent 

State Historical Society 

Railroad Commissioner 

Insurance Commissioner 

Attorney General 

Superintendent of Public Property 

Treasury A^ent 

Fish Commissioner 

State Board of Charities and Reform 



$27 50 




2 00 




651 00 




277 00 




36 00 




45 55 




167 12 




20 00 




27 00 




5 00 




2 75 




46 50 
158 00 




46 00 




144 50 
27 50 




12 00 




270 00 




4 00 




5 00 




5 0€ 




39 71 




267 43 




86 54 




19 25 




2 35 




10 00 




21 00 




10 00 




98 19 




73 50 




11 00 




115 77 




8 75 
8 35 


, . ; 


84 00 




14 00 




40 00 




4 00 






*$25 662 77 


$21 93 


1,263 43 




188 97 




332 43 




12 72 




679 78 




302 31 
547 56 




149 30 




201 99 




133 70 




70 33 




84 84 




9 27 




109 76 





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Adjutant Greneral 

Quartermaster Genv'ral 

State Board of Health 

State Board of Supervision 

Washburn Observatory 

Experimental Farm 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 

State University 

Report of North. Wis. Ag'l and Mech. Assoc'n 

State Agricultural Society 

State Horticultural Society 

State Dairymen's Association 

Publications of Washburn Observa- 
tory (3 vols ), . 

David Atwoodr— 
State paper for R. R Commissioner 

Treasury Department 

Ina Department 

State Department 

State Superintendent 

Making cuts for State capitol. 

Bureau op Labor Statistics. 

Frank A. Flower, Com'r salary 

Frank A. Flower, Com'r expenses 

For Postage. 

Madison Post Office — 
Stamps for Governor 

Secretary of State 

State Treasurer 

Land D^pa* tment 

State Superintendent 

Sup't of Public Property 

Attorney General 

Railroad Commissioner 

Insurance Commissioner 

Adjutant General , 

Quartermaster General 

Supreme Court 

State B ard of Charities and Reform 

State Librarian 

State Historical Society 

Treasury Agent .' 

State Agricultural Society 

State Board of Supervision 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 

Drawer rent , 

Western Union Telegraph Company— 

Telegrams for Governor 

Secretary of State 

Attorney General 

State Superintendent 

Railroad Commissoner 

Siip't Public Proijerty 

Insurance Commissioner 



$105 25 


14 94 


148 81 


284 29 


74 28 


27 81 


29 85 


24 39 


789 46 


3,416 31 


431 49 


277 94 


893 21 


18 50 


10 00 


20 00 


25 00 


18 50 


25 00 


$1,500 00 


560 00 


$155 50 


233 00 


442 00 


136 00 


263 00 


201 00 


47 00 


50 00 


241 13 


103 00 


36 00 


257 10 


139 70 


61 70 


454 30 


132 40 


1,073 50 


117 00 


204 50 


203 25 


104 24 


26 57 


6 65 


14 60 


2 20 


2 70 


9 80 



$10,643 35 



2,060 00 



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Telegrams for State Treasurer 

State Treasurer, Stamps for Treasurer's Of&ce. 

W. H. Bennett, Stamps for Publjc Property 

Office 



For Paper. 



H. Niedecken & Co 

Democrai Printing Co. 



For Gas. 



Madison Qas Co . 



Dodge & lopflf fi{^^- V^'r b vU;...,. .w/. . 



=^QC! 



f-,p kV.'-^-- 






UY 



For Sta'I'ipnery. 



Cameron, Amberg & Ok: . rTrrrrT. 

Qugler Lithograph Co 

•Charles C. Hall 

J. Ejiauber & Co 

James K Moneley 

H. Niedecken & Co 

W. H. Rosentengle 

a S. Scott 

Simons Hardware Co 

W. J. Park & Co 

Western Bank Not<e Engraving Co. 
West & Co 



For Militia. 

Appleton L'ght Guards, armory rent 

Appleton Light Guards, uniform fund 

Capt Geo. S. Anthony, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

R. C. Bierce, clerk to adjutant general 

W. C. Bailey, expenses attending encampment . 
A. L. Burdick, expenses attending encampment 
Capt V. E. Brown, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt G^. R. Brown, subsistence allowance in 

CAmp 

Burchard Guards, armory rent 

Burchard Guards, uniform fund 

Col. W. B. Burton, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt E. J. Burding, subsistence allowjince in 

camp 

Bower City Rifles, armory rent 

Bower City Rifles, uniform fund 

CoL S. Lb Brastad, subsistence allowance in camp 
Capt F. Becker, subsistence allowance in camp 



$7 00 
35 00 

75 



$6,009 05 
335 30 



$490 12 
288 20 

13 50 
84 50 

6 35 

100 56 

6 00 

6 00 

235 48 

233 58 

14 00 
96 75 



$300 00 
220 00 

346 00 

1,300 00 

8 85 

54 00 

215 00 

288 00 

300 00 
235 00 

172 00 

306 00 
300 00 
185 00 
165 00 
346 00 



$4,760 09 



$6,344 35 



$3,696 30 



$1,576 11 



$1,574 99 



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Capt. C. A. Bom, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Capt. £mil Baensch, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Emil Baensch, freight 

Capt. V. E. Brewer, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Capt Geo. R. Brewer, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

J. W. Curran, clerk to Quartermaster Gen., salary 
J. W. Curran, clerk to Quartermaster Gen., expen 

ses , 

J. W. Curran, freight on arms 

C, MiL and St. Faul Ry. Co , transporting Na- 
tional Guards 

C, St. Paul, Min. and O. Ry. Co., transporting Na- 
tional Guards 

Capt. A. F. Caldwell, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Chicago & Northwestern, Ry. Co., transporting 

National Guards >. 

Capt F. A. Copeland, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

C. P. Chapman, Adj. Gen., mileage, inspecting 

militia 

J. W. Curran, cash paid for material and labor 

C. P. Chapman, Adj. Gen., salary 

John Cory, firing salute 

Delavan Guards, armory rent (2 years) 

Delavan Guards, uniform fund (2 years) 

Capt J. P. Doe, subsistence, allowance in camp 

Evergreen City Guard?, armory rent 

Evergrpen City Guards, uniform fund 

Capt. John Esch, subsistence, allowance in camp 

Fond du Lac Guards, armory rent 

Fond du Lac Guards, uniform fund 

W. M. Foresman, freight 

Capt J. W. Ferguson, subsiatence, allowance in 

camp 

William Flohr, cartridges 

Guppy Guards, armory rent 

Guppy Guards, uniform fund 

Capt Greo. A. Graves, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Capt C. F. Glass, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Capt. J. W. Greely, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Garfield Guards, armory rent 

Garfield Guards, uniform fund 

Capt. Geo. Graham, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Germania Guards, armory rent 

Germania Guards, imif orm fund 

Capt C. J. Hunter, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 

Capt. E. F. Henderson, subsistence, allowance in 

camp 



$408 00 



803 00 


2 74 


218 00 


811 00 


1,200 00 


58 90 


277 84 


1,036 34 


186 89 


848 00 


187 00 


216 00 


512 80 


5 52 


625 00 


6 00 


600 00 


580 00 


224 00 


800 00 


300 00 


213 00 


300 00 


230 00 


48 74 


252 00 


80 20 


300 00 


315 00 


124 00 


144 00 


329 00 


300 00 


215 00 


825 00 


800 00 


295 00 


40«roo 


253 00 



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F. Huels, repairing gatlinfc gun 

M. Hanson & Co., tent stakes 

Capt Wm. Helm, subsistence allowance in camp 

D. Jannopoulo, tent pins 

Capt. B. E. Jussen, subsist-ence allowance in camp 

F. Judd. labor 

Kosciusko Guards, armory rent 

Kosciusko Guards, uniform fund 

C. I. King, boring cannon 

Lieut WuL Kuckbusch, subsistence allowance in 



camp 

Capt. Wm. Kuckbusch, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Ludington Guards, armory rent 

Ludington Guards, uniform fund 

Capt J. B. La Grange, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt G. A. Ludington, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt. Sam S. Lewis, subsistence allowance in 

camp • • 

Light Horse Sauadron, armory rent 

Light Horse Squadron, uniform fund 

Light Horse Guards, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt William Leach, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

C. F. Lamb, gun rucks 

Capt. C. H. Mueller, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Col. M. F. Moore, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt. A. E. Morgan, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Mil., Lake Shore Sc Western R. R. Co., transport- 
ing National Guard 

Fred Memhard, cartage 

Missouri Tent & Awning Co., tents 

Milwaukee & Northern R. R. Co., tronsporting 

National Guard 

Fred Memhard, freight 

Carl H. Mueller, freight 

Oshkosh Rifles, armory rent 

Oshkosh Rifles, uniform fund 

Oshkosh Guards, armory rent 

Oshkosh Guards, uniform fund 

W. H. PattOD, mileage, inspecting militia 

W. J. Park & Co., Military Tactics 

Ripon Rifles, armory rent 

Ripon Rifles, uniform fund 

L. J. Rusk, military secretary, salary 

C. P. Richmond, expenses, Quarter-Master 2d 

Regiment . . 

Racine Light Guards, armory rent 

Racine Light Guards, uniform fund 

Aug. Schmidt repairing cannon. .'. 

Capt. Hugo Schultz, subsistence allowance in 

camp 



18 50 


40 00 


375 00 


25 65 


180 00 


39 30 


800 00 


290 00 


442 85 


155 00 


6 00 


800 00 


256 00 


323 00 


264 00 


282 00 


300 00 


215 00 


408 00 


197 00 


20 00 


251 00 


180 00 


375 00 


59 40 


60 85 


435 81 


4 50 


7 75 


9 38 


300 00 


190 00 


300 00 


210 00 


4 00 


64 00 


300 00 


260 00 


400 00 


2 70 


300 00 


255 00 


10 50 



232 00 



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Capt. Henry SchaU, subsistence allowance in camp 
Capt Greo. Schoeffel, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Sparta Rifles, armory rent 

Sparta Rifles, uniform fund 

St Paul, Minn. & Omaha R. R Co., transporting 

National Guards 

Capt. A. Soliday, subsistence allowance in camp. 
Lieut Sam. Schadel, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt F. J. Toeller, subsistence allow, in camp. . 
Capt. Louis Tillman, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt J. T. Vaughn, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

J. A. Watrous, Quartermaster GeneraPs salary. . 
Capt W. S. Wheeler, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Wat e town Rifles, armory rent 

Watcrto wn Rifles, uniform fund 

Capt. J. D. Warner, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt R. J. Wilson, subsistence allowance in camp 
Capt Geo. S. Whiting, subsistence allowance in 

camp 

Capt O. F. Weaver, subsistence allowance in 

camp 



For Governor's Contingbnt Fund. 



J. M. Rusk, Governor 

For Examiners of State Teachers. 



William H. Beach. 
Albert Harding . . . 

John Nagle 

J. W. Stearos 



Immigration Commission. 



J. A. B'^cher, expenditures. 
C. Gtertz, expenditures... . 



State Board of Supervision. 



€tea W. Burchard, member, salary 

Geo. W. Burchard, member, expenses , 

James Bintliff, member, i^alary 

James Bintliff, member, expenses 

Charles Luling, member, salary 



$504 00 



492 00 
900 00 
245 00 


56 17 
831 00 


254 00 
182 '00 


148 00 


115 00 
625 00 


148 00 
300 00 
225 00 


401 00 
899 00 


138 00 


180 00 



$79 60 


59 00 


88 70 


22 80 



$3,076 68 
167 00 


$2,000 00 

325 52 

2,000 00 

244 99 

2,000 00 



$30,760 68 



1,500 00 



250 10 



3,248 68 



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Chas. Luling, member, expenses 


$234 72 
2,000 00 

212 11 
2,166 67 

142 51 
1,800 00 




Charles D. Parker, member, salary 




Charles D, Parker, member, expenses 




Lewis A. Proctor, member, salary 




Lewis A. Proctor, member, » xpenses 




D. S. Comly, secretary, salarj 






$13,126 52 


PuBLisHiNa Notices and Proclamations. 
David At wood, publishing notices to contractors. 


$21 20 
19 20 
92 50 
27 60 
24 35 
34 45 

18 20 

19 20 
48 60 
48 60 
48 60 

60 80 
48 60 

11 55 
16 96 
48 60 
48 60 
11 55 


David Atwood, publishing financial statement . . 




David Atwood, publ shing proclamations 

David Atwood, publishing )ank statement 






David Atwood, publishink< election notice 




David Atwood, adven i-«ing for coal 




David Atwood, advertising for printing 




Democrat Printing Co., publishing financial state- 
ment 




W. C. Gates, advertising for prin' ing 




F. A. Good: ich, advertising lor priuting 




John Hicks, advertising for printi'>g 




Inter Ocean Publishing Company, advertising 
for paper 




F. F. Morgan, advf rtis*ng for printing 




Milwaukee Sentinel Company, advertising for 
paper 




Sentinel Co., advertising for coal 




F. H. Starbuck, advertising f«)r printing 

Watrous & Mower, adver ising for printing 

Watrous & Mower, advertising for paper 








649 16 


For Advertising TiANDs. 
David Atwood, Journal, Madison 


9 40 

13 60 
9 40 

30 00 
9 40 
9 40 

14 10 
9 50 

16 45 
11 75 

18 80 

14 10 

19 50 
9 00 
9 40 

18 80 


W. H. & B. J. B«»nDett 




Bin liff & Meacham, Republican, Darlington. . . . 
Henry Casson, Jr., Censor, Viroqua 






L. W. Chapman, Sun, Montello 




C. A. Charlton, Independent Brodhead 

J. Lu e Christie, Times, Su.»erior 






Clark & GoodelL Register, Portage 




C. H. Darlin-ion, Badger, Phillips 




J. W. De Groflf, Journal, Alma 




J. T. EUarson, Argus, Wautoma, 




Fogo & Munson, Republican and Observer, Rich- 
land Center 




Paul Fontaine, Reporter, Gr^nd Rapids 




Free Press Co., Free Press, Eau Claire 




W. R Finch, Republican and Leader, La Crosse. . 
Flint & Weber, News. Menomonie 







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Ed. D. Glennon, Gazette* Stevens Point 


14 10 
25 35 
13 00 
21 00 
43 00 
17 00 
940 
9 40 
11 75 

13 60 
940 

14 10 

n 75 

21 15 
13 60 

13 60 
9 40 

14 10 
9 40 

14 10 

27 70 
8 00 

10 00 
21 15 

8 00 
14 10 

11 75 

9 40 

28 00 
11 75 
11 75 
13 60 
16 00 
11 75 
21 15 
23 50 

1 20 




R H. Gile, Wisconsin Leader, Merrillan 




Geo. C. Ginw, Herald, Chippewa 

D. Gorham, Jr., Journal, Shawano 






A. D. Gorham, Advocate, Merrill 




Gazette Printing Co., Gazette, Janesville 

W. H. Holmes, Republican, Waupaca 






HoskinsoQ & Follett, G^azette, Green Bay 




W. H. Huntington, Courier, Durand] 




Thomas Hughs, Citizen, Beaver Dam 




William Irle, Watchman, Shell Lake 




E. 0. Johnson, North Wisconsin News, Hayward 




D. Junor, Courant, Berlin 




R. H. Johnson, Central Wisconsin, Wausau 




Journal Printing Co., Journal, Racine 




H. M. Kutchen, Commonwealth, Fond du Lac . . 




Chas. A. Leith, Republican and Leader, Arcadia 
Lacy & Hurlbut, Union, Prairie du Chien 






Frank Long, Advocate, Sturgeon Bay 




G. Lind, Republican, Antigo T '. 




McBride Bros., Herald, Sparta 




Chas E. Hears, Press, Osceola 




C. R. Morse, Journal, River Falls 




Luther B. Noyes, Eagle, Marinette and Peshtigo. 

Osborn & Toner, Mining News, Florence 

John H. Powers, Republican, Baraboo 






S. W. Pierce, Press, Friendship 




L. B. Ring, Republican, Neillsville 




Reporter Publishina: Co., Republican, Oconto 

M. P. Rindlaub, Witness, Platceville 






A. J. Reid, Post, Appleton 




Henry Sand ford, Tribune, Manitowoc 




Taylor & Pric*, Star and Times, Hudson 

W. K Talbovs, Sentinel, Grantsburg 






Charles S. Taylor, Shield, Barron 




Ed. Wheelock, Star and News, Medford 




Watrous & Mower, Telegraph, Milwaukee 






$779 60 


Free High Schools. 
Almond 


136 04 
214 51 
135 14 
• 532 51 
532 51 
532 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 41 
171 61 
214 51 
128 71 
214 51 
532 51 


Appleton 




A voca . 




Beaver Dam 




Boscobel 




Black River Falls 




Baraboo 




Bay View 




Beloit 




Berlin 




Brandon 




Brodhead 




Bloomer 




Burlington 




Columbus 





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'A." — General Fund Disbursements for 1884. 



Chilton 


$460 18 
150 16 
128 71 
115 84 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
192 20 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
140 29 
214 51 
214 51 
139 43 
203 78 
214 51 
214 51 
135 14 
107 26 
214 51 
115 83 
115 83 
214 51 
394 29 
214 51 
532 51 
214 51 
161 74 
214 51 
532 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
135 14 
115 84 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
84 52 
120 98 
532 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
138 15 
214 51 
214 51 
849 14 
270 55 
214 51 
150 16 




Clinton 




Cedarburg 




Clinton vine 




Chippewa Falls 




Darlington 




Depere 




Dodgeville 




Durand 




Delavan 




!Eau Claire 




Elkhorn 




Evansville 




Elroy 




zr «'. 

F ennimore 




Fond du Lac 




Fort Atkinson 




Glenbeulah 




Grand Rapids 




Green Bay 




Geneva 




Hazel Green 




Hillsborough 




Horicon 




Humbird 




Highland 




Janesville 




Kewaunee .♦ 




KftpnBhft 




Lodi 




La Crosse 




Lake MUls 




Lancaster 




Mineral Point 




Mauston 




Mazomanie 




Menasha 




Monroe 




Montello 




Muscoda * 




May ville 




Madison 




Merri 11 




Marinette 




M'ddleton 




Mount Hope 




Nftw Tiiflhon 




Neenah 




Necedah 




Neills ville 




Oconto 




Oregon 




Oshkosh 




Omro 




Pepin 




Pewaukee 




Portage 




Poynette 





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Port Washington 

Prescott 

Port Andrews. .. 

Plymouth 

Potosi 

Richland Center. 

Ripon 

Racioe 

Reedsburg 

Stock bridge 

Stoughton 

Sauk City 

Sharon 

Sheboygan Falls. 

Shullsburg 

Sparta 

Spring Green 

Sexton ville. . . .. . 

Stevens Point 

Shawano 

Sturgeon Bay 

Sun Prairie 

Shdboygan 

Tomah 

Two Rivers 

Unity 

Viroqua 

Watertown 

West Salem 

Waupaca 

Waupun 

West Depere 

Westfield 

Wonewoc 

Wauwatosa 

Walworth 



For County Aqricultdral Societies. 

Ad ms 

Burnett 

Boscobel Agl. and Driving Park 

Barron 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Baraboo Valley Agl. Soc 

Crawford 

Columbia 

Clark 

Chippewa 

Calumet 

Central Wis. AgL and Mech. Soc 

Dodge 

Eastern Monroe AgL Soc 

Fond du Lac 

Grant 

Green 



$212 37 
154 45 
60 50 
193 06 
160 89 
452 51 
214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
229 23 
528 51 
178 48 
159 17 
214 51 
214 51 
113 51 
183 62 
115 84 

213 54 
150 16 
202 50 
154 02 

214 51 
214 51 
214 51 
202 20 
214 51 
532 51 
392 58 
532 51 
307 61 
214 51 
102 97 
214 51 
214 51 

86 24 








































































"$25* 666' 66 


$100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 0.-) 
100 0) 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 
100 00 





































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Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Juneau 

Kenosha 

Lodi Union Agricultural Society 

La Fayerte 

La Crosse 

Monroe 

Marquette 

Marathon 

Manitowoc 

Outagamie 

Ozaukee 

Pierce 

Portage 

Pepin 

Rock 

Richland 

Ripon Agricultural Association 

Racine 

S. W. Wisconsin Industrial Association. 

St Croix 

Sheboygan 

Shawano 

Sauk 

Trempealeau 

Taylor 

Vf rnon 

Waushara 

Waukesha 

Wood 

WHBhing^OQ 

Wal >A o rth 

Waupaca 



1100 00 



For Statistics op Crime. 

J. H. Allison, Juneau county 

Felix Benfry, Sheboygan county 

R P. Bronson, Wood county 

Samuel H. Butler, Dan- coun»y 

George E. Bennett, Richland rounry 

A. W Baldwin, Rock coun*^y 

l>. H. Brown, Jefferson county 

S. J. Brad ord, St Croix county 

H. Buchner, Grant county 

J. N. P. Bird, Waus^aara county 

J. H. Cowan, Dunn county 

Alex. B. Coffin, Pepin county 

E A Dunl ip, Green Lake county 

John M. Dall. Iowa pou-ity 

J W. De Groff Buffalocounty 

C. H. Darlington, Price county 

R. Q Evenden, Sauk county 

Thomas D. Gr mmer, Winnebago county 
A. Humming, Polk county 

8— Sec. 



100 00 


100 00 


no 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 dO 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


10«» 00 


100 00 


H'0 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


100 00 


$0 40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 


40 



$5, 300 00 



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W. D. Hubbard, Eau Claire county 


$ 40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 
40 




R. L. Hall. OcoQto countv 




Frank Johnson, Jack on county 




J, B. Keyes, A «a'iis county 




P. J. Layne, Vernon county 




L. G. Liil nd. Fond du Lac countv 




S. S. Lockhart Columbia county 




Peter McCourt. Tavlor countv 




Jo*^n Menzies, Rock county 




T. C Ma tin. Waushara countv 




Wm. J. Mall' nan, Calumet county 




Jam- s E. M • lone. Do'lere countv 




George F. Moeskes, Outagamie county 




R, A. Odell. Tremneale^ii countv 






A. E. Petingel, Dane county 




HufiTO Pete' s. Marathon countv 




James A, Parkhurst, Clark county 




W. P. Rix Washinert; n countv 




P. J Roonev- Kewaunee con v 




J S, RouU' e Pit'rce county • • 




M. G. RuDoert. Ozaukee countv 




Charles Smith, La Crosse cou • i y 




A. F. W V tt. Por' asre countv 




J, J. Wall, Marquette county 






1883. 

$21 20 

80 

28 92 

27 04 

8 02 

88 72 

11 20 
47 52 

8 40 
20 40 
15 86 
5 12 
4 72 
15 28 
59 20 

12 90 

4 24 
3 60 
8 00 

15 20 
22 32 

5 76 
20 88 
10 56 

7 76 
36 80 

5 12 

8 57 
8 64 

10 08 


$17 20 


For Real Estate Returns. 
J. B. Adams. Monroe countv 


1884. 
$28 68 


A. L. Bugbe*-, Washburn county 

B. M. Berend on, Brown county 

F- M Brown Dodere countv 




29 36 
29 60 
6 08 
34 40 
21 12 
29 92 
20 00 
26 28 

11 2S 

4 24 

5 44 

12 00 
84 64 
15 60 
12 00 






Ole C. Bransiad, Burnetr, c unty 

L. H. Boynton, Grant county 

Isaac Briscount, Taylor county 

P. N. Christenson, Wood county 

Ole Christopherson, B^iron county. . . 

J. D. Cruttenden, B «yfield county 

J. W. Curry. Vernon county 
















F. A. Dresser. P Ik • ountv 




Edward Dwy^r, Mar nette county 

Val. Datling, Sheboygan county 

C. G. Ermatinger. Chippewa c unt* . . 

F. M. Frenrh. Ashland county 

W. D. Gu»>near, Price countv 












G. W. Gunning, A ams county 

W. H. Hardy, Waukesha county 




6 80 

18 86 
36 76 

7 92 

19 20 
12 72 
10 00 
89 86 

7 12 

9 52 

10 72 

904 




J. J. Haw ley, Waushara c unt y 




Huff Jones, Ocont county 




Hu^o Keener, Wa-hing on county, . . 




James Keogh, Jr., Door county 

George Lester. Juneau county 

H. B. Lowe, Green Lake county 

Jk Henry McNei , Fond du Lac countv 








J. 0. Me by, T.em^»ealeau county 

John A. Murat, P..rtagH county 

E. J. Mooney, Calu • et county 

T. C. L, Mackay, La Fayette county. . 




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D. Geo Morrison, Douglas county 

Fred P. Mueller, Manitowoc county . . 
W. H. Morrison, Walworth county . . . 
O. S. Norsman. Dane countv 


$87 20 
20 16 
12 48 
28 80 
41 28 
40 48 

3 28 
14 24 
11 84 
37 28 

14 00 
72 96 
11 44 
17 28 
83 07 
20 64 
81 84 
10 48 
16 40 
31 92 
22 32 

8 04 

10 00 

5 12 

5 44 

16 32 

4 18 
26 40 

15 20 
7 60 

54 72 

16 64 
46 52 
44 56 
25 68 

7 45 


$40 80 
29 52 






80 00 
30 00 
42 U 

4 96 
14 16 
11 12 

66 40 

17 60 

67 20 
10 72 

20 00 

21 84 
16 80 
34 88 
16 96 

18 32 
34 08 
14 72 
30 00 
16 72 

6 84 

6 08 

10 40 

5 82 

19 52 

20 24 

7 28 
46 00 

11 76 




C. A. Norway, Lin oln county 

James Pennefeat» er, Kenosha county. 
Charles Peterson, Fl rence county . . . 
F. N. Peck. Sauk countv 










Peter Pe erson. Dunn countv 




M. M. Roes. Lanel de countv 




C. H. S eck, Crawfopa county 

Herbert Schlemer. Milwaukee- county 

M. M. Sanderson, Pierce county 

W. J. A. Schoeffer, Eau Clai-e county.. 
W. Spiegelberg, Winnebago county . . 

A. W. Schn.idt. Marathon county 

Ed. Sommers, Sha < ano county 

Reuben Su ton, Richland c unty 

Z. J. D. Swift, Columbia • ounty 

Herman Schuster, Cla k county 

Oea W. Strong. Iowa cou ty 

H. K Techner, Sawyer county 

L. Tscharner, Buffalo county 




























Henry Tisch, Kewaunee couDty 

C E. Tan berg, Grt*en county 






Iver Torkelson, Jackson cou- ty 

James Tu ner. Peoin countv 






C- Lfc Valt»ntine. Rock countv 




L. Wackenheimer, La Crosse 




J. T. Weseloh, Marquette county 

Albert Wins ow, Jefferson county 

Geo. A- West, Racine county 

J H. Woodtorth. Waupaca county .. 

T eo. F. Young, 9t Croix county 

JuHus Zuehlke, Outagamie county . . . 
Walter Zastrow, Ozaukee county 










59 60 

26 72 
8 00 












$1,805 59 


$1,318 46 


12,619 05 


For Capitol Enlargemen 
Bentley and Nowlan, con* • actors 


T. 


$34,915 22 
1,0«>0 00 
280 00 
280 00 
229 40 
221 60 




W. W. Bo ington, architect 




Godfrey Ludwig, examining south wing capitol. 

A. C. Nash, examining south wing of • apitol 

C. F. Starkfl, examining south wing of capitol. . . 
J. R. Willett, examining south wing of capitol. . 








' '36,926*22 


Appropriation op Railroad License. 

North Wis., now C, St P. M. & 0. B:y Co,-^ 
A shland cou • » v 


$419 51 
1,265 22 


Barron « ounty 





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Burnett county. . . 
Bayfield county . . 

Dunn cou' ty 

Douglas county. . . 

Polk xounty 

Sa^'yer county.. . 
St. Croix coun y.. 
Washburn county 



Maintaining Insane in County Hospitals. 



Barron oounty 

Columbia county . . 

Dane county 

Dodge county 

Gran*^ county 

Jefferson county . . . 
Milwaukee county. . 

Monroe county 

Bock county 

Sheboygan «ounty . 
Winnebago coun y 
Walworth county.. 



Bounty on wild animals , 



For Special Appropriations. 



Central Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechanical 

Association, Chap. 117, Laws 1883 

Dairymen's Association, Chap. 73, Laws 1883 

C. & G. Merriam & Co., Webster's dictionaries, 

Chap. 45, Laws 1883 

No* them Wisconsin Agricultural and Mechaidcal 

Asso ia'ion. Chap. 110, Laws 1883 

Wisconsin State Agricultural Society, Chap. 109 

Laws 1883 

Southwestern Industrial Association, Chap. 122. 

Laws 1883 

Wisconsin State Horticultural Society, Chap. 56, 

Laws 1883 

Treasurer State University, repairing water 

works, Chap. 281, Laws 1881 

Miscellaneous. 



W. H. Chynoweth, clerk's fees p-^id »*n state cases 
Henry P. Fischer, t ensury agent, rommissions. 
John Bentley, sheriff Milwaukee count j, services 

cases 

Refunded income penalty 



$2,052 43 

13,619 12 

166 71 

69 46 

1,269 80 

712 30 

62 21 

2,314 62 



$1,962 21 
1,650 85 
2,953 50 
1,780 71 
1,785 46 
3,017 14 

41,747 35 
1,522 50 
3,723 89 
3,280 50 
2,265 21 
2,723 79 



$400 00 
500 00 


2,905 00 


1,000 00 


2,000 00 


400 00 


500 00 


1,009 48 



$515 00 
4,358 17 

1 40 
8 52 



$21,950 97 



68,413 11 

7, 103 00 



8,714 48 



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Banks Bros., 200 copies Shephard's Wis. reports. 

Refunded land fees 

E. S. Shepherd, information regarding trespass. . 
Treasurer of Regents of Normal Schools 



$2,400 00 




4 50 




21 10 




1,864 80 






$8,668 14 






1,086,885 17 



SCHOOL FUND. 



Receipts. 



Sales of land 

Dues on ctrt iicates 

Loai'S 

Penalties and forfeitures 
Fines. 



United States bonds 

Premium on U. S. bonds 

Milwaukee cit v bonds 

Loan to Lincoln cuunty 

Loan to Iowa county 

Loan to Juneau county 

Loan to Wood county 

Loan to Vernon county 

Loan to Polk county 

Loan to Burnett county 

Loan to town of Necedah, Juneau county 

Loan to town of Little Wolf, Waupaca county . . 
Loan to town of St. Lawre'ce, Waupaca county. 
Loan to town of Arcadia, Trempealeau county . . 
Loan to town of Mineral Point, Iowa county. . . . 

Loan to town of Arena, Iowa county 

Loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon county 

Loan to town of Thorpe. CJarke county 

Loan to town of Pi « e Valley, Clark county . . 

Loan to town of Auburndale, Wood county 

Loan to town of Lyndon, Sheboygan county .... 

Loan to town of Luck, Polk county 

Loan to town of Ashland, Ashland county 

Loan to city of Berlin 

Loan to city of New London 

Loan to city of Wausau 

Loaa to city of Hudson 

Loan to city of Jefferson 

Loaa to village of Wuukesha 

Loan to Sch. District No. 6, Union and Magnolia 
Loan to Sch. Dis. No. 12, Darl'gton, La Fayette co 
M. M. Conant, adms. escheat of J. C. Jarco 



Total receipts $319,876 33 



$9,837 51 

31,865 51 

31,962 44 

25 61 

15,757 26 

100,000 00 

12,500 00 

23,000 00 

28,051 69 

10, < 00 00 

750 00 

7,000 00 

2,300 00 

500 00 

14,161 14 

1,450 00 

500 00 

595 00 

3,333 83 

5,000 00 

100 00 

350 00 

833 34 

400 00 

220 00 

3,000 00 

250 00 

1,000 00 

2,000 00 

500 00 

2,500 00 

500 00 

50ID 00 

6,000 00 

1,000 00 

1,000 00 

1, 133 50 



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Disbursements. 
School District Loans — 

No 9 Afinnns. AHrttir Do 


1309 00 
400 00 
250 00 

1.400 00 
125 00 

5,0<i0 00 
500 00 
700 00 
550 00 
400 00 
300 00 

600 00 
1,100 00 
2,490 60 

350 00 

400 00 
600 00 
400 00 
500 00 
600 00 
500 00 
300 00 
300 00 
150 00 
300 00 
800 00 
300 00 
600 00 

300 00 
600 00 
500 00 
214 00 
400 00 
800 00 
115 00 
800 00 
300 00 
2,000 00 
150 00 
100 00 
500 00 
700 00 
250 00 
300 00 
320 00 
200 00 
300 00 
500 00 
600 00 
525 00 




6 


Ahn <T>. e Kewaunee Co 




5 


Alden Polk Co 




1 


Arcadia, Trempealeau Co., and Glencoe, 
Buffalo Co 




7 


Bride-ft Ci eek fjau Claire Co 




2 


Baahav7 Washburn Co 




1 


Blflok Brook Po k Co 




6 


Charleatown. Calumet Co 




1 


Cadv St Croix Co 




3 


Clinton Vernon Co 




6 


Chelsea- Tavlor Co .... 




5 


Chimney Eock and Burnside, Trem- 
nealeau Co 








4 


Cla V ton. t rawford Co 




5 


Chetek Barron Co 




3 


Dallas Barron Co 




2 


Elk Mound, Dunn and Wheatun, Chip- 
pewa Co 








3 


El Paso and Rock Elm, Pierce Co 

Eden. Iowa Co 




12 




7 


Emerald St. Croix Co 




11 


Edaon Chiooewa Co 




4 


Fitrhhinff Dane Co 




1 


Georeretown. Polk Co 




5 


Garden Vallev. Jackson Co 




8 


Hutchins. Shawano Co 




4 


Halfipv Marathon Co 




7 


lola WauLiaca Co 




8 


Litae Black, Taylor Co 

Lorraine. Polk Co 




2 




1 


Lessor, Maple Grove, Hartland and An- 
firelica Shawano Co 








2 


Liiidinffton Eau Claire Co 




1 


Little 8u ^mico. Oconto Co 




4 


M line Marathon Co 




6 


Mavville Clark Co 




2 


Navarino Shawano 




3 


Otter (^reek. Dunn Co 




Q 


Plflinfield Waukesha Co 




2 


Piceon. Tremoeal-^au Co 




9 


Plainfield and Oasis, Waushara Co 

Ouincv Adams Co ... 




' 2 




5 


"Rolline* Liancrlade Co 




4 


River Falls. Pierce County 




3 


R chfield Wood Co 




2 


Stockton and Amherst, Taylor Co 

Star Pi airie. St. Croix Co 




2 




5 


Stark. Vernon Co 




6 


Snrincrwater. Waushara Co 




2 


Sand Creek. Dunn Co 




3 


TJtica. Crawford Co 




2 


Wesfboro. Tavlor Co 




7 


Weston, Dunn Co 





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No. 8 Westboro, Taylor county 

9 Wayne, La Fayette county. 



Madison city bonds , 

Fond du Lhc city bonds 

Loan to Bayfield county , 

Loan to Washburn county 

Loan to Lincoln county 

Loan to Burnett county , 

Loan to town of Waldwick , 

Lo^n to town of Rolling, Lanedale county. . 
Loan to town of Ashland, Ashland county. . 
Lnan t » town of Butternut, Ashland county 

Loan to town of Mos- ow, Iowa county 

Loan to city of Merrill 

Loan to city of New London ". . . 

Refunded for overpayments 



Total disbursements 



1125 00 
850 00 



$30,173 00 
60,000 00 
30,000 00 
25,000 00 
10,774 00 
62,8U0 00 

4,078 47 
17,000 00 

1,200 00 
25,000 00 

2,000 00 

9,400 00 

11,800 00 

11,000 00 

146 25 



$299,871 72 



SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 

Interest on land certificates and loans 

Interest on certificates of indebtedness , 

Interest on United States bonds , 

Interest on Milwaukee city bonds , 

Interest on loan to Lincoln county 

Interea on loan to Bayfield county 

Interest on lonn to Juneau county 

Interest on loan to Jackson county 

Interest on loan to Wasliburn county 

Interest on loan t > Iowa county 

Interest on loan to Barron county 

Interest on loan to Wood county 

Interest on loan to Vernon county 

Interest on loan to Burnett county 

Interest on loan to Polk county 

Interest on loan to town of St. Lawrence, Wau 

paca county 

Interest on loan to town of Little Wolf, Waupaca 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Necedah, Juneau Ca 
Interest on loan to town of Lincoln, Trempealeau 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Weston, Clark county 
Interest on loan to town of Arcadia, Trempealeau 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon 

county 



$27,737 36 


109,389 00 


3,600 00 


22,200 00 


5,061 40 


1, 750 00 


420 00 


1,400 00 


691 33 


750 00 


1,400 00 


1,785 00 


1, 127 00 


655 06 


35 00 


374 85 


280 00 


-. 507 50 


371 00 


119 00 


3,966 67 


416 50 



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Interest on loan to town of Mineral Point, Iowa 

cou»'ty 

Interest on loan to town of Arcadia, Trempealeau 

county 

Interest en loan to town of Richfield, Wood Co. 
Interest on loan to town or Thorpe, Clark Co. . . 
Interest on loan to town of Piue VaJley, Clark 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Auhurndale, Wood 

county 

Interest en loan to town of Lyndon, Sheboygan 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Waldwick, Iowa 

county 

Interest on loan to town of Ashland, Ashlan^l 

county I, 

Interest on loan to town of Rolling, Laoglade 

county 

Interest on loan to town Utt Butternut, Ashland 

county 

Intere»t on loan to town of Luck, Polk Co 

Interest on loan t > town of Moscow, Iowa Co. . . 
Interest on loan to city and to wn of Mineral Point, 

Iowa county 

Interest on loan to city of Mineral Point, Iowa 

county 

Interest' on loan to city of Merrill 

Interest on loan to city of Berlin 

Interest on loan to city of New London 

Interest on loan to ci' y of Wausau 

Interest on loan to city of Hudson 

Interest on loan to city of Jefferson 

Interest on loan to Mineral Point Seminary 

Interest on loan to School Dist. No. 7, Baraboo, 

Sauk Co 

Interest on loan to School Dist No. 6, Union and 

Magnolia, Rock Co 

Intere-^t on loan to School Dist. No. 12, Darliag- 

ton, La Fayette Co 

General fund, Sec. 247, R-vised Statutes 

Treas. Normal School Fund, transfer 



Trea& drainage fund ti-ansfer. 
Total receipts 



Disbursements. 



School Apportionment to counties — 

Adams 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumet ^ 



1840 00 

89 83 
192 50 
291 67 

84 00 
138 60 
420 00 

1,081 33 

1,265 83 

58 83 

85 55 
105 00 

V 350 92 

700 00 

1,260 00 
770 93 
280 00 
805 00 

1,400 00 
350 00 
210 00 
850 00 

560 00 

420 00 

490 00 

7,088 86 

1 40 



1 40 



11, 
1, 

5, 

2, 

2, 



024 38 
333 48 
337 28 
41 16 
895 54 
519 16 
885 14 
712 36 



$203,677 82 



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Chippewa. . . 

Clark 

Columbia . . . 
Crawford . . . 

Dane 

Bodge 

Door 

Douglas .... 

Dunn 

Eau Claire . . 

Florence 

Fond du Lac 

Grant 

Green 

Green Lake. 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson 

Juneau 

Kenosha .... 
Kewaunee .. 
La Crosse . . . 
La Fayette. . 
L'lnglade . . . 

Lincoln 

Manitowoc. 
Marathon . . . 
Marinette . . 
Marquette. .. 
Milwaukee . 

Monroe 

Oconto 

Outagamie . 
Ozaukee .... 

Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage .... 

Price 

Bacine 

Richland 

Rock 

St Croix 

Sauk 

Shawano 

Sht'bojgau. . 

Taylor 

Trempealeau 

Vernon 

Wa' worth . . , 
Washburn . . 
Washington 
Waukesha . . 
Waupaca . . . 
Waushara . . 
Winnebago . 
Wood 



12,524 
1,797 
4,888 
2,568 

8,100 
7,173 
2,016 

204 
2,861 
8,814 

261 
7,294 
5,872 
3,497 
2,176 
3,598 
2,054 
5,206 
2,533 
1,968 
3,106 
4,006 
3,203 

307 

459 
6,618 
8,500 
1,340 
1,571 
22,926 
3,472 
1,760 
5,034 
2,734 

988 
2,791 
1,635 
2,971 

170 
6,292 
2,971 
5,541 
2,932 
4,286 
1,776 
5,781 

532 
2,721 
8,795 
8,499 
94 
3,748 
4,159 
3,435 
2,019 
6,714 
1,686 



$213,177 86 



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L. S. Hank^, premium on Madison City bonds. 
Preston, Kean & Co., accrued interest an Fond du 

Lac city bonds 

Refunded for overpayment 



Total disbursements. 



$1,596 oa. 

624 66 
241 44 

$215 639 96 



UNIVERSITY FUND. 



Receipts. 



Sales of land 

Dues on certificates of sales 

Loans , 

Milwaukee city bonds 



Total receipts 



Disbursements. 

School District Loans — 

No. 5, Holton, Marathon county 

No. 6, Holt«»n, Marathon county 

No. 8, Weston, Marathon county 

No. 2, Colby aud Mayville Clark county. 

No. 3, Wonewoc, Juneau county 

No. 6, Richmond, Shawano county 

No. 2, Eau Claire, Eau Claire county 



Madison city bonds , 

Eau Claire county btmds 

Refunded for overpayment . 

Total disbursements. . . , 



1330 87 

2,586 00 

1,766 08 

1C,000 00 



$14,682 95 



$500 00 
500 00 
500 00 
450 00 

1,166 06 
400 00 

2,000 00 



$5,516 06 

6,000 00 

10,000 00 

8 94 

$21,525 00 



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UNIVERSITY FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 
Interest on land certificates and loans 


12,863 03 

7, 770 00 

1,710 00 

700 00 

1,050 00 

350 00 

57,442 52 

240 00 

8, 782 19 

128 00 

285 00 

13 00 

5 80 

219 87 

2 85 

5 00 

1,070 00 

15 00 

156 00 

50 00 

9 54 




Interest on certificates of indebtedness 




Interest on United States bonds 




Interest on Milwaukee city bonds 




Interest on loan to Shawano county 




Interest on the Johnson Endowment 




General fund, «ppropriatpn, Chap. 30, L. 1888. . . 
Interest on Platteviile city bondd 






J. S. Dean, Sec, students' fees 




J. S. Dean, Sec, rent of house 




J. S Dean, Sec, machine shop 




J. S. Dean, Sec, catalogues and stoves 




J. S. Dean, Sec, observatory 




J. S. Dean, Sec, experimental station , . . . . 




J. S. D^an, Sec, sale of books 




J. S. Dean, Sec, water rent 




J. S. De-in, Sec, farm products 




J. S* Dean, Sec, sale of carpet 




J. S. Dean. Sec, r*»nt of rooms 




J. S. Dean, Sec, sale of bell 





J. S» Dean, Sec, sale of lumber 








Total receipts 




$82,862 80 


Disbursements. 
Treasurer of State University 


$82,334 97 
27 83 


Refunded for overpayments 








Total disbursements 




$82,362 80 







AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND. 



Receipts. 



Sales of land 

Dues on certificates 

I/)ans 

Loan town of Texas, Marathon Co 

Loan to town of Weyhuwega, Waupaca Co. 
Loan to town of Withee, Clark Co 



Total receipts 



$1,776 62 
7,491 00 
2,644 44 

338 34 
2,000 00 

715 00 



$14,960 40 



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DiSBUBSEMENTS. 



Madison city bonds 

Eau Claire county bonds. 
Loan to city of Centralia. 

Total disbursements . 



$2,500 00 

10,000 00 

1,500 00 



$14,000 00 



AGRICULTURAL COLLEGE FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 
Interest on land certificates and loans 


$7,510 08 

4,242 00 

1,237 50 

700 00 

495 00 

299 95 

560 00 

140 00 

35 00 

1,960 00 

68 25 




I'iterest on certificates of indebtedness 




Interest <»n United States bonds 




Interest on Milwaukee city t)onds 




Interest on Platteville city bonds 




Interest on loan to town of Withee, C'ark county 
Int. on loan to town of Weyauwega, Waupaca CJo. 
Iiiterest on loan to town of D^y, Marathun Co. . . 
In er- st on loan to city of New London 










Interest on loan to citv of Manitowoc 




Interest on loan to city of Centralia 








Total receipts 




$17,247 78 




$17,057 31 

66 50 

123 97 




DiSBUBSEMENTS. 

Treasurer of Sta*^e University 




L. S. Hanks, premium on Madison city bonds. . . . 
Refunded for overpayments 










Total disbursements 




$17,247 78 









NORMAL SCHOOL FUND. 



Receipts. 

Sales of land 

Dues on certificates of sales 

Loans 

Penal ies 

Unted States bonds 

Premium on United States bonds 

Milwaukee city bonds 

Loan to Iowa county 



$37,147 67 

2,535 00 

5,865 80 

6 82 

30,000 00 

8,750 00 

5,000 00 

10,000 00 



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Loan to Wood county 

Loan to Taylor county 

Loan to town of Waupaca, Waupaca county. . : 
Loan to town of Princeton, Green Lake county. 
Loin to town of Kewau ee, Kewaunee county. 

Loan to town of Barron, Barron county 

Loan to town of Mo i ee, Marathon county. . . . 

Loai to city of Waupaca 

Loan to city of La Crosse 

Loan to board of education, city of Neenah .... 



Total receipts. 



Disbursements. 



School District Loans - 



No. 



Wood, Wood county 

Naples and Drummond, Buffalo county 
Washington and Ironton, Sauk county 

Albany, Pepin rounty 

Dayton, Richland county 

Grant, Dunn county 

Greenfield and La Grange 

York, Clark county 



Oshkosh C'ty bonds .' 

Madison city bonds 

Loan to Lincoln county 

Loan to Manitowoc county 

Loan to town of Worceter 

Loan to village of Cumberland 

G*^o. B. Carter, examining pre-emption claiaia. 
A. L Davison, reporting evidence — land sales. 
Refunded for overpayments 



Total disbursements . 



$3,500 00 

660 00 

1,260 00 

500 00 

1,200 00 

130 00 

200 00 

2,500 00 

4,000 00 

1,000 00 



11,200 00 
500 00 
475 00 
200 00 
700 00 
800 00 
1,200 00 
200 00 



$109,244 79 



$4,776 00 

5,000 00 

90,000 00 

17,800 00 

13,500 00 

6,000 00 

3,000 00 

23 93 

10 00 

50 00 



$140,158 93 



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NORMAL SCHOOL FUND INCOME. 



Receipts. 

Interest on land certificates and loans 

Interest on crtiicates of inde tedness 

Interest < n United States bonds 

Interest on Milwaukee city bonds 

Interest on loan to Brown county 

Interest on loan to Iowa county 

Interest on loan t » Wood county 

Interest on loan to Taylor county 

Interest on loan to Li coin county 

Interest on loan to Manitowoc county 

Interest on loan to city of Waupaca 

Interest on loan to city of La Crosse 

Interest on loan to village of Cumberland 

Interest on loan to town of Waupaca, Waupaca 

county 

Interest on bonds of the town of Gale, Trem- 
pealeau Co 

Interest on loan to town of Princeton, Green 

Lake Co 

Interest on loan to town of Kewaunee, Kt^wau 

nee Co 

Int. on loan to town of Mosinee, Marathon Co. . , 

Inr. on loan to town of Barron, Barron Co , 

Interest on loan to town of Worcester, Price Co< 
Interest on loan to Board of Educatloo, city of 

Neetiah 

T. W. Weeks, refunded t^r overpayment 

Whitewater Normal School, tuition fees and book 

rent 

Platteville Normal School, tuition fees and book 

rent 

Oshkosh Normal School, tuition fees and book 

rent 

River Falls Normal School, tuition t< es and book 

rent 



Total receipts 



$5,022 88 

36,099 00 

8,145 00 

14,500 00 

1,400 00 

2,800 00 

3, 185 00 

869 60 

764 90 

472 50 

630 00 

1,960 00 

249 50 

815 00 

450 00 

140 00 

168 00 
98 00 
63 70 

140 00 

420 00 
22 25 

3,399 52 

8,004 38 

8,680 32 

2,361 27 



$89,862 82 



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Disbursements. 

Treasurer of Regents of Normal Schools , 

L. S. Hanks, premium on Madison city bonds 
Treasurer of School Fund Income, transfer . . 
Be.unJed for overpa>ments 



Total disbursements. 



187,419 67 

2,394 00 

1 40 

47 25 



$89,862 32 



DRAINAGE FUND. 



Receipts. 
Interest on land certificates and lo^ns 


$443 24 

37,347 05 

258 00 

2 63 




Sales of land 




Dues on certi6cates of land sales 




Penalties 








Total receipts 




$38,050 92 




$180 00 

27, 185 41 

738 13 

6,483 10 

46 75 
164 03 
908 71 
510 86 

51 85 
105 22 

30 00 
336 85 
4,351 11 
198 28 
114 51 
1,289 25 
1H2 87 
360 00 

64 08 
821 59 

20 00 

47 65 
9,046 07 

30,693 27 

201 78 

308 94 

4,390 00 

346 08 

80 00 

2,591 69 


Disbursements. 

Apportionment to Counties — 
Adams 




Ashland * 




Barron 




Bayfield 




Brown ^ * 




Buffalo 




Burnett 




Chippewa 




Columbia 




Dane 




Dodge 




D or 




Douglas 




Dunn 




Eau Claire 




Florence 




Gref n L^ke 




J ok-on 




Jefferson 




Juneau 




Ke w • unee 




La Crosse 




Langlade 




Lincoln 




Manitowoc 




Marathon 




Marinette 




Marquette. 




Monroe 




Oconto 





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Pepin 

Polk 

Portage 

Price 

Richland .... 

Sawyer 

Shebovgan .. 

Taylor 

Trempealeau 

Vernon 

Was^'burn. . . 
Waukesha . . . 
Waupaca. . . . 
Waushar>i. .. . 
Winnebago . . 
Wood 



David Atwood. advertising 

Cramer, A > kens & Cramer, advertising 

Democrat Printing Co., advertising 

Free Press Co., adver' ising 

Sentinel Co., a'1 vertising 

Greo. B. Carter, services ex'ing pre-emption claims 
S. W. Nayl r, reporting evidence— land sales. . 
Treasurer of School Fund Income; transfer . . . 
Refund d for overpayments 



$162 10 

235 69 

1,860 16 

7,557 86 

64 18 

3,088 01 

220 00 

8,565 74 

48 41 

131 58 

1,436 56 

22 05 

238 05 

142 58 

113 02 

503 68 



Total disbursements. 



$111,237 75 

5 40 

1 20 

1 20 

1 20 

1 20 

23 92 

20 00 

1 40 

290 00 

111 i; 583 27 



DELINQUENT TAX FUND. 



Receipts. 

Taxes on State lands 

Disbursements. 

Apportionment to Counties — 

Adam - 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Chippewa 

Clark 

Colu »«bia 

Crawford 

Dane : 



$t02 50 

310 93 

218 18 

810 40 

11 28 

55 42 

24 09 

545 Gl 

429 24 

7 75 
59 76 

8 29 



111,412 88 



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Dodge 


$4 38 
174 07 

63 14 
131 67 

64 82 
12li 10 

15 46 

83 

25 60 

161 11 

7 12 
121 92 

39 81 

15 31 

336 10 

1,791 68 

38 00 

566 63 

562 47 

8 12 
6 49 

81 38 
539 67 
216 65 

31 34 
131 05 
520 09 

63 83 

107 43 

156 47 

6 45 

189 16 

27 24 

124 72 

1,283 41 

699 26 

35 78 

422 46 

3 81 

24 67 

6 24 

139 37 

110 25 

282 32 




Door * 




I>oue:las * * 




zr o^^ 

Duno 




Eau Claire 




Florence 




Grant 




Green Lake. ^ 




Iowa 




Jackson 




Jefferson 




Juneau 




Elewaunee 




Ija Crosse 




Langlade 




Lincoln , 




Manitowoc 




Marathon 




Marinette 




Marquette * 




Milwaukee 




Monroe 




Oconto 




Outagamie 




Pepin 




Pierce 




Polk 




Portage 




Price 




Richland , • 




Rock 




St. Croix : 




Sauk 




Sawyer 




Shawano 




Tavlor 




Trempealeau 




Vernon 




Walworth 




Washburn 




Waukesha 




Waupaca 




Waushara 




Wood 






111,535 63 

157 28 


Refunded for overpayments 










Total disbursements 


111,692 91 







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"J.." — Deposit and Trespass Funds for 1884. 



DEPOSIT FUND. 



Receipts. 



Balances deposited 

Disbursements. 



George Chauncey, surplus 
WiUiam Clements, surplus 
J. W. Bingham, surplus ... 
Jens J. Holm, surplus .... 
G^rge Mcintosh, surplus . 

S. A. Qvale, surplus 

C. K W. Struve, surplus. . . . 

£. S. Shephard, surplus 

J. M. Whaley, surplus 



Total Disbursements , 




$620 16 



ST. CROIX & LAKE SUPERIOR R.R. TRESPASS FUND. 



Receipts. 

M. Herrick, trespass collections 

Disbursements. 
M. Herrick, timber agent, salary and expenses. 



$386 01 



$1,363 90 



ST. CROIX & LAKE SUPERIOR R. R. DEPOSIT FUND. 



Disbursements. 
Elnapp, Stout & Co., deposit of M. W. Celler. 



$334 50 



REDEMPTION FUND. 



Receipts. 
Advertising interest, penalty and fees 




$292 09 




$9 65 
20 50 




Disbursements. 
S. A. Qvale 




C. E. W. Struve 








Total disbursements 




$30 15 







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WISCONSIN RAILROAD, FARM, MORTGAGE, LAND 

CO. FUND. 


Receipts. 
D. W. Mazon. President 




$8,935 09i 




$14 00 
35 00 

17 50 
700 

25 37 

35 43 
10 50 
57 75 

22 75 

21 00 

7 21 
19 25 

36 19 
10 50 

161 52 
10 50 
$7 00 

9 62 
5 25 

22 75 
21 00 

31 50 

8 90 
105 75 

17 50 

37 70 
8 75 

53 90 

7 00 
28 00 
35 00 
24 85 

7 44 
37 80 
98 98 

40 25 

10 86 

157 50 

12 49 

32 72 

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Disbursements. 

Qeo. H. Aikens, admr. of estate of Nathaniel 
Aikens, third div 




Daniel Bushnel, third div 




John Buckley, admr. of estate of John Buck- 
ley, Sr., div 




Peter Braun, morrgage of Anton Durch, third div . 




Hannah Brasure, admtx. of estate of Chs. Brasure, 
third div 




Wm. Bloor, attorney of estate of Wm. McDowell, 
third div 


. 


S. W. Barden, county judge, estate of John Jones, 
No. 4. third div 




Fanny Browning, admx., estate of Jacob Brown- 
ing, third div 




Mich. Buckman, attorney for heirs of Adam 
Buckman. third div 




Robert R Closs, estate of Robert Closs. third div. 




J. H. Cooper, admr., estate of George C joper, 3d div 
J. H. Cooper, admr., estate of Sam^l Cooper, 3d div 
E. R. Calmerton. third div 








J. A. Cannon, admr., estate of John Cannon, 3d div 




Samuel S, Cross, first, second and third div 




J. G. Cox, attorney for Thomas Wilson, third div 
J. G. Cox, att'y for Patrick Flinn, third div 






Amos A. Cannon, att'y for heirs of Geo. Cannon, 
third dir 




J. G. Cox, att*y for Peter Minnie, third div 

Ebed Dake, att'y for F. E. Dake, 






Maria C. Dix, third div 




Susannah Edwards, executrix of estate of Wm. 
Edwards, third div 




E. F. Evans, third div 




John Fryer, second and third divs 




Holland FercrusoD. third div 




John G. Griffin, estate of Nathan Griffin, third div 




John Gaddis. estate of John Haskins. third div. . 




N. A. and G. W. Grant, heirs of John W. Grant 
and P. Puller, third div 




Jesse Higbee, third div 




A. B. Hewett, estate of E. D. Hewett, third div. . 
C. C. Hurd. estate of A. P. Hurd. third div 






Frank C. Haddock, att*y for Thos. J. Cross, 3rd div 
Hiram Harmon, third div 






Hugh D. Hughes, admr. est R C. Hughes, 3rd div 
John Honev, third div 






Gottfried Helbine. att'y for heirs of Gottfried 
Helbinir. third div 




James Honey, third div 




Prank Haddock, att'y heirs M. M. Hughes, 3d div 
C. J. Hibbert. third div 






N. P. Irons, estate of John Simes, third div 


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Owen R. Jones, admr. est Henry Griffith, 3d div. 

William H. Judd, third div 

Milo Judge, owner mort <'e Robt. F. Palmer, 3d div 

Wm. O. Joae^ tLird div 

D wight Jacks m, att'y for Wm. S. Pulf ord, 3d div 
John H. Jones, admr. est. of Henry Jones, 3d div 
Helen Kiehle, sole heir John Kiehle, 2d & 3d div. 

A. B. KohS third div 

Jackson Kohler, third div 

Emerson S. Leonard, third div 

O. S. Lyon, third div 

Lucy M. Miller, estate of Chaa Miller, third div. . 
Amasa May, estate of James G. Tuston, third div 
Alida Meenk, estate of D. J. Vronhouse, third div 
Almira Marsh, assignee of heirs of Nathan Marsh, 

third div 

Jabez Miller, mortgage of Geo. W. Lewis, 3d div. 
Marie Miller, sole legate of Ernst Miller, 3d div. . 
Aenes Macconochie, exectx. of estate of John 

Macconochie, third div 

Clarinda Morse, admr. est Philander Morse, 3d div 

Samuel E. Miner, Ist, 2d and 3d div 

Amanda More, third div 

Evan McCall, third div 

Mark Moff att. att'y for heirs of Wm. Moffitt 3d div 
Abram Merrill, for heirs of Myron Merrill, 3d div. 

Berna-d McColville, third div 

T. L. Newton, estate of Richard Dow, third div 
Lewis North, att'y for heirs of PhiL Gerhart, 3d div 
Evan A. Noble, by S. G. Wilson, attorney in fact, 

third div * 

Oelrichs & Co., estate of G«o. Berger, third div 

A. D. Paine, ori^^inal owner, third div 

E. B. Parker, att'y of heirs of Edw. Parker, 3d div 
Lorina J. Phelps, administratrix of estate of C. 

M. Phelps, third div 

Geo. Parker, third div 

Agnes Pate, third div 

Jac. Paine, third div ' 

M. N. Preston, estate of J. B. Preston, third div 
Elizabeth Roberts, estate of W. E. Roberts, 3d div 
Joshua Roberts, administrator of estate of Mary 

G. Roberts, third div I 

Peter Ruffing, att'y for heirs of P. Miller, 3d div. I 
Louisa Rosekranz, executrix of estate of Warren 

Rosekranz, third div 

Charles Rice, third div 

Sophia Rowley, administratrix of estate of John 

Rowley, third div 

Ira T. Redford, agent of heirs of A. A Redford, 

third div 

Chas. Rice, Jr., attorney and guardian of heirs of 

A. B. Beardslev, third div 

Chas. Rice, att'y for heirs of A. B. Beardsle?, 3d div 
J. H. Rowland, assignee of R. J. Rowland, 3d div 

John J. Roberts, third div 

Jane Roberts, widow of O. R. Roberts, third div. 

J. R. Rowland, third div 

M. J. RowlancC assignee of J. R. Rowland, 3d div. 

Seaman Richards, third div 

E4. Roberts and Robert Wilson, third div 



52 50 


12 25 


7 00 


29 75 


5 25 


24 50 


72 07 


10 50 


3 50 


35 00 


20 12 


31 92 


19 25 


3 50 


36 05 


11 81 


20 41 


22 31 


19 60 


$40 82 


15 75 


36 75 


9 10 


17 50 


9 79 


27 20 


26 25 


26 25 


15 57 


17 50 


22 57 


15 75 


24 50 


7 00 


23 52 


9 03 


8 75 


52 50 


11 37 


21 00 


19 25 



30 62 

28 00 

29 75 
29 75 

14 43 

14 00 
48 75 
19 25 
16^2 

15 75 
10 50 

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D. J. Reosink, sole legatee of John W. Rensink, 
third div 

John Stark, attorney for A. Warner, Jr., third div 

W. J. S*mes. estate of Esther White, widow of 
D. White, third div 

S. S. Seymour, attorney for heirs of James Tay- 
lor, third div 

Oscar J. Stone admr. estate of Alden Stone, third 
division 

Mary Snowden, third div 

Chris. Steusser, attorney for heir of F. J. Steus- 
ser, third div 

Anna M. Shulthies, heirs of Peter J. Shulthies, 
third div 

Philip and Barbary Schmidt, by Glen way Maxon, 
third div 

Elenor Thomas, estate of John R. Thomas, 8d div. 

James B. Taylor, admr. of H. S. Haskell, 8d div. 

E. J. Upham, admr. of Nathan B. Ellis, 8d div . . . 
O. D. Van Deusen, attorney of heirs of Wm. J. 

Ens'gn, third div 

L. W. vaughan, admr. of estate of Samuel K. 

Vaughan, 8d div 

M. T. White, mortgage of J. H. Barnes, 8d div. 

James Wiley, thim div 

Wm. W. Williams, executor of estate of Henry 

Jones, third div 

Marg. Williams, executrix of estate of Owen 

Williams, third div 

Charles Wt-ston, third div 

Edward Williams, third div 

Amos L. Williame, third diV 

Julius Orosenick, attorney of heirs of Carl Zastro, 

third div 

Henry Gterk, third div 

John Griffith, third div 

Betsey Whiting, executrix of estate of Xury 

Whiting, third div 

Maiy A. Williams, executrix of estate ^of E. B. 

Williams, third div 

M. M. Williams, third div 

E. li. Williams, att'y for John O. Jones, 8d div. , . 
E. L. Williams und Judith Jones, admrs. for O. 

and J. O. Jones, third div 

J. M. White, mortgage of J. H. Barnes, third div. 

Total disbursements 



21 00 
824 62 

52 50 

43 75 

$48 75 
81 50 

21 00 



21 00 
12 07 
12 25 
17 50 


282 00 


6 12 
19 25 

47 25 


10 50 


18 55 

19 25 
15 75 
24 54 


42 52 

10 06 

3 28 


21 00 


81 50 

17 89 

18 87 


15 75 
19 25 



$8,708 75 



MANITOWOC AND CALUMET SWAMP LAND FUND. 



Receipts. 

Attorney General, money rece'ved from Treas. 
Manitowoc and Calumet Swamp lAnd Com'rs 

Disbursements. 

Attorney General, expenses of Commissioners, 

Chap. 825, Laws 1888 




$20 50 



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"N''— Vote for Associate Justice of Supreme Court 



Appk¥(D1x"'N,"— Statement of votes given for Associate Justice of the 
supreme court of the state of Wisconsin at the judicial election held 
on the first Tuesday, being the M day of April, A. D. 1888. 



Counties. 



Adams 

Ashland 

Barron 

Bayfield 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumet .... 
Chippewa. . . 

Clark 

Columbia . . . 
Crawford . . . 

Dane 

Dodge 

Door 

Douglas 

Dunn 

Eau Claire . . 

Plorence 

Fond du Lac 

Grant - 

Oreen 

Green Lake. 

Iowa 

Jackson 

Jefferson. . . . 

Juneau 

Kenosha 

Kewaunee. . . 
La Crosse. . . 
La Fayette. . 
Langlade .... 

Lincoln 

Manitowoc . . 
Marathon . . . 
Marinette . . . 
Marquette. . . 
Milwaukee. . 

Monroe. 

Oconto 

Outagamie . . 

Ozaukee 

Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage 

Price 

Hacine 

Richland.... 
Rook 



Wm. P. Lyon. 



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1, 
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1, 

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740 
283 
804 
209 
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,425 
362 
748 
481 
792 
,946 
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781 
279 
259 
945 
31 
009 
015 
410 
204 
143 
953 
528 
102 
164 
689 
105 
264 
2a5 
209 
597 
169 
266 
603 
607 
242 
468 
343 
501 
627 
396 
027 
948 
250 
662 
056 
441 



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11 



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33 



5 

175 



6 

7 
19 



6 

15 
18 



9 
1 

1 
1 
1 
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79 
2 

1 
8 



Total. 



742 

283 

806 

209 

1,526 

1,425 

362 

749 

481 

793 

1,946 

1,359 

3,263 

3,065 

807 

279 

1,279 

978 

31 

2,014 

2,190 

1,410 

1,204 

1,143 

959 

1,535 

1,121 

2,164 

695 

1,120 

1,282 

235 

218 

1,598 

1,170 

267 

604 

18,611 

1,242 

468 

1,422 

503 

628 

1,399 

1,027 

948 

253 

6,662 

1,062 

3,450 



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''N" — Vote for Circuit Judges. 



Appendix " N." — Statement of votes given for Associate Justice of the 
supreme court — continued. * 



Counties. 



Wm. P. Lyon, 



Scattering. 



Total. 



St. Croix.... 

Sauk. 

Shawana.. .. 
Sheboygan . . 

Taylor. 

Trempealeau. 

Vernon 

Walworth .. 
Washin^n. 
Waukesha .. 
Waupaca . . . 
Waushara. .. 
Winnebago . 
Wood 

Total . . . 



1,270 
1,343 

869 
1,275 

168 
1,275 

942 
4,002 
1,674 
1,076 
1,020 
1,045 
1,776 

331 



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3 

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2 

73 

41 



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1,34a 

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1,276 

168 
1,276 

945 
4,004 
1,677 
1,112 
1,022 
1,118 
1,817 

331 



96,299 



Apvet^dtx"!^.^^— Statement of votes given for Circuit Judge in the first 
judicial circuit, at the judicial election held on the 3rd day of April, A.D, 
1883. 



Counties. 


John B. 
IWinslow. 


John F. 
Wentworth. 


A. V'nWyck 


Total. 


Kenosha 


1,425 
3,964 
1,851 


739 
1,662 
2,152 


2 


2,166 


Racine 


5,626 


Walworth 




4,003 








Total 


7,240 


4,553 


2 


11,795. 







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"iV." — Vote for Circuit Judges. 



Appendix** N." — Statement of votes given for Circuit Judge in the four- 
teenth judicial circuit, at the judicial election held on the Ist day of May , 
A. D. 1883. 



Counties 


Samuel D. 
Hastings, Jr. 


John C. 
NeviU-. 


Scattering. 


Total. 


Brown 


904 
478 
563 
842 


1,031 
297 
271 
271 


11 
10 


1,946 

786 


Door 


MnriTiAtt^ 


834 


Oconto 




613 








Total 


2,287 


1,870 


21 


4,178 





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judicial circuit, at the judicial election held on the Ist day of April, 
^.D. 1884. 



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90 


36 




2,221 


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1,265 


1,014 


36 




2,315 


Winnebaero 


3,608 


3,427 


208 


1 


7,244 




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6,968 


4,531 


280 


1 


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Appendix " N ''— Statement of votes given for Circuit Jtuige, in the Seventh 
judicial circuit, at ^the judicial election held on the lat day of Aprils 
A, D, 1884, tofm vacancy caused by the resignation of Gilbert L, Park. 



Counties. 


1 


1 

h4 


1 


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< 


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3,349 

780 
1,044 
2,332 
1,488 
1,798 


















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Marathon 


1 


1 












5 


3,595 
3,349 

781 


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1 




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3 








1 046 


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3, 333 
















1.488 


Wood 










1 


1 






1,800 


















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13,919 


1 


1 


2 


1 


1 1 


1 


5 


18, 933 









Appendix " N." — Statement of votes given for Circuit Judge in the sev- 
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April, A, D. 1884 



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1 

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6 




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1 


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1 


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2,349 

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1,044 
2,331 
1,508 
1,901 
















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8,601 


Portage 


1 














2,850 


Price 












1 


781 


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2 










1,046 


Waupaca 


1 






1 


.... 


2,888 


W^aushara 










1,508 


Wood 








1 


1 






1,908 
















Total 


14,054 


1 


2 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


14,062 







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*^iV." — Vote for Circuit Judges. 



Appendix **N"— Statement of votes given for Circuit Judge in the eighth 
judicial circuit, at the judicial election held on the \st day of Aprils 
A, D, 1884 



Counties. 


PQ 


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1,678 

686 

2, 437 


333 
362 
2,648 
356 
151 
282 


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2,197 


Dunn 


1 .. 


3,013 
4,334 


Eau Claire 




4 


Pepin 


1,042 


Pierce 


2,592 


St. Croix 


2,940 


3,222 






Total 


12,259 


4,122 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


1 


4 


4 


3 


1 


1 


16,400 





Appenddc "N." — Statement of votes given for Circuit Judge in the ninth 
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A D. 1884. 



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2,428 
4,310 
1,376 

715 
1,553 


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Columbia 

Dane 


"i 


2,428 
4,326 
1,407 
715 
1,557 


Juneau 


Marquette 

Sauk 


Total 


11,132 


3 


1 


2 


1 


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Ashland . . 

Barron 

Bayfield 

Brown 

Buffalo 

Burnett 

Calumeb 

Chippewa 

Clark 

Columbia 

Crawford 

Dane 

Dodge 

Door 

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Counties. 



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Pepin 

Pierce 

Polk 

Portage 

Price 

Racine 

Richland 

Rock 

St Croix 

Sauk 

Sawyer 

Shawano 

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Walworth . . . 
Washburn . . . 
Washington . . 
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Waushara.. . . 
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Appendix " Q." — Votes polled at the general election in the several counties 
of the state of Wisconsin on the 4th day of NovembeVy A, D. 1884. 



COUNTlEa 


Blune. 


Cleveland. 


St. John. 


Butler. 


Adams 


1,002 
1,084 
1,695 

431 
2,946 
1,544 

601 

957 
2,545 
1,953 
3,470 
1,537 
6,221 
3,145 
1,838 

275 
2,536 
3,622 

362 
4,275 
4,137 
2,568 
1,525 
2,463 
2,060 
2,912 
2,012 
1,705 

746 
3,780 
2,491 

559 
1,077 
2,525 
2,144 
2,026 

940 

16,844 

2,633 

1,494 

2,644 

716 

957 
2,478 
1,718 
2,319 

792 
4,065 
2,459 
6,265 
2,502 
3,557 


454 

672 

789 

243 
3,681 
1,225 
27 
2,136 
2,500 
1,245 
2,630 
1,013 
6,410 
6,145 
1,117 

249 
1,202 
2,949 

142 
4,878 
3,250 
1,894 
1,292 
2,297 

965 
4,227 
1,710 
1,557 
2,006 
3,442 
2,198 

628 

989 
4,206 
3,358 

924 
1,078 
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2,207 
1,033 
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2,171 

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1,120 

627 
2,256 

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1,785 
3,447 
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96 

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347 

349 

155 

385 

41 

209 

125 

30 

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280 

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39 

221 

138 

53 

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156 

89 

76 

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215 

370 

107 

244 


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Barron 


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Brown 


34 


Buffalo 


31 


Burnett 


6 


Calumet 

Chippewa 


140 
56 


Clark 


101 


Columbia 


7 


Crawford 


47 


Dane 


45 


Dodge 

Door 


115 
70 


Douglas 




Dunn 


76 


Eau Claire 

Florence 


65 


Fond du Lac 


291 


Grant 


124 


Green 


288 


Green Lake 

Iowa 


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Jackson 


79 


Jefferson 


12 


Juneau 


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La Crosse 


16 


La Fayette 


46 


Langlade 


28 


Lincoln ■. 


26 


Manitowoc 


3 


Marathon 


65 


Marinett^e 


1 


Marquette 


7 


Milwaukee 


901 


Monroe 


73 


Oconto 


2 


Outagamie 


192 


Ozaukee 


16 


Pepin 


11 


Pierce 


88 


Polk 




Portage 


44 


Price 




Racine 


21 


Richland 


39 


Rock 


63 


St Croix 


5 


Sauk 


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Counties. 



Sawyer 

Shawano 

Sheboygan . . 

Taylor 

Trempealeau 

Vernon 

Walworth . . . 
Washburn . . 
Washington . 
Waukesha . . 

Waupaca 

Waushara... 
Winnebago. . 
Wood 

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Blaine. 


Cleveland. 


St John. 


Butler. 


298 
1,398 
3,511 

789 
2,165 
2,916 
4,323 

281 
1,583 
3,207 
3,031 
2,146 
4,893 
1,455 


109 
1,404 
3,986 

604 
1,286 
1,568 
2,115 

137 
2,972 
3,264 
1,772 

605 
4,688 
1,699 


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100 

182 

345 

47 

18 

263 

93 

85 

341 

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194 


111 

187 

23 


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163 

36 
291 

97 


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fsTATE HISTORICAL SOCIETY 

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STATE OF WISCONSIN, 



REPORT 

OF THE 



Commissioners of PuMic Printing. 



Department op State, 

October 10, 1884. 
To His Excellency, Jeremiah M. Rusk, 

Governor of the State of Wisconsin: 

Sir: We have the honor to submit herewith our biennial 
report for the term ending September 30, 1884. 

The important operations of this department during the 
two years last past, aside from the routine work required by 
law, have been the completion of the printing and binding 
of the Geological Reports of the State, the purchase of paper 
and the letting of the state printing contract beginning Jan- 
uary 1, 1885, for two years. 

State Printitg. 

The state printing contract with David Atwood was com* 
pleted December 31st, 1882, and since that time the Demo- 
crat Printing Company, of Madison, the successful bidders 
for doing the state printing for two years from that date, 
have done the work. 

On July 22d of the present year, the commissioners hav- 
ing previously advertised in accordance with law, met in 



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State Printing. 



the Secretary of State's office and proceeded to open the 
bids of the contestants. The following are the bids: 

Per centum of discount. 

(David Atwood 40i 

Democrat Printing Company 42 

M.J. Cantwellv 83^ 

The Democrat Printing Company, of Madison, having bid 
the greatest per centum of discount from the maximum 
urates as set forth in chapter 20 of the Revised Statutes, was 
i awarded the contract according to law. It will be seen that 
.the next contract, which begins January 1, 1885, is not quite 
:as low as the present one, but we consider it a very reason- 
.able bid. 

PUBCHASE OF PAPER. 

On account of the change in the law, providing for the 
.printing of public documents, agricultural and other reports, 
^the number of copies of the latter two being greatlyincreased, 
the demand for paper has of course increased correspondingly. 
We managed, however, by economical management, and by 
utilizing much of the surplus stock on hand and by a few 
light purchases, to run through the year 1883 without adver- 
tising for a general stock. On the 1st of August of the pres- 
ent year, the commissioners advertised for a stock of paper 
according to law, and on the 2nd day of September the com- 
missioners met in the secretary of state's office and opened 
the bids. 



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Purchase of Paper. 



The following is the description, size, quality and quantity 
of paper, and the bid of each of the contesting parties: 



Description of Paper. 


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8,000 reams sized and super-calendered 
Book paper, 25x38 inches, weighing 


















60 pounds per ream 


7.39i 


7.70 


7.31 


7.60 


40 reams print paper, 25x38 inches, 
weighiug 40 pounds per ream 








4.25 


4.60 


6.00 


4.95 


Second CiiASS. 










150 reams Record Medium, 18x23 inches, 










weighing 40 pounds p-r ream 

25 reams Granite Cover, 20x25 inches. 


16.55 


16.85 


15.20 


16.75 










weighing 40 pounds per ream 

60 reams extra wove Folio Post, 17x22 


9.43 


8.50 


9.00 


8.9 










inches, weighing 20 pounde ver ream. 


12.50 


12.50 


12.50 


11.50 


800 reams extra wove Folio Post 17x22 










inches, weighing 24 pounds per ream. 
50 reams extra wove Fo io Post, 17x22 


12.50 


12.40 


12.50 


11.50 










inches, weighing 28 pounds ppr ream. 
260 ivams extra wove Doub'e Flat Can. 


12.50 


12.45 


12.50 


11.50 










17x28 inches, weighing 28 pounds per 










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12.50 


12.35 


12.50 


11.50 


1,000 sheets 3-p'y Bristol Card Bo-rd 




(white) per IV [ 


2.97 


3.00 


3.00 


2.85 


10, 000 sheets No. 29 (Crane & Co.'s)bond, 










17x22 inches, per M ... 


22.00 


22.25 


24. CO 


22.40 



SUMMARY. 

H. NiEDECKEN & Co., Milwaukee — 

First class $13, 879 00 

Second class 8, 412 00 



Total 116,797 00 

Bradner, Smith & Co , Chicago — 

Frstclas^^ |13,982 00 

Second class 3,405 10 



Total $17,337 10 

Harvey M. Harper & Co., Chicago — 

Pirst class $13, 254 00 

Second class 3, 347 00 



Total $16,601 00 



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Standard Paper Co., Milwaukee — 

First class $13, 759 20 

Second class 8,250 50 



Total 117, 009 70 



The bid of Harvey M. Harper, of Chicago, being the lowest 
in the first class paper, he was awarded the contract. 

The bid of the Standard Paper Company, of Milwaukee, 
being the lowest on the second class paper, it was awarded 
the contract. 

This stock of paper we think will be sufficient to meet the 
requirements of the state and Legislature for the next year 
at least. 

The cost' of the state printing is given in detail in the re- 
port of the Secretary of State, and it will not be worth while 
to repeat it here; but the following is an abstract of the 
amount paid for printing and binding for the the two years 
beginning October 1, 1882, to September 30, 1884: 



Description. 



Session Laws, 1883 

Blue Book 

State Agricultural Society 

Northern Agricultural Society 

Horticultural Societjr 

Dairymen's Association 

Historical Society 

Legislature 

State Board of Health 

State Librarian 

Reports and Miscellaneous printing for state departments, in- 
cluding binding for two years 



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$7,905 92 
4,866 83 

14,401 63 
2,031 93 
3,470 39 
1,656 93 
1,581 64 
5,757 74 
1,486 78 
756 28 

15,896 84 



$59,762 40 



All of which is respectfully submitted, 

ERNST G. TIMME, Secretary of State, 
R C. McFETRIDGE, State Treasurer, 
L. F. FRISBY, Attorney General, 

CommisHoners of Public Printing, 



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Superintendent of Public Property. 265 

Stationery — General Expenditures. 



SUMMARY OF THE REPORT OF THE SUPERIN- 
TENDENT OF PUBLIC PROPERTY FOR THE 
TWENTY-ONE MONTHS FROM JANUARY 1, 1883, 
TO SEPTEMBER 30. 1884. 

Office of Superintendent of Public Property, 
Madison, Wis., September 30, 1884. 

To His Excellency J. M. Rusk, Governor: 

I have the honor herewith to submit the following report 
of the affairs pertaining to this oflEice for the period com- 
mencing January 1, 1883, and terminating September 30, 1884. 

stationery. 

As shown by inventory submitted with the report of this 
office for the year ending January 1, 1883, there were station- 
ery supplies in my hands at that date to the value of 
♦3,725.47. There has come into my hands by purchase, dur- 
ing the period covered by this report, stationery to the value 
of $2,970.30, as shown by statement of purchases herewith, 
marked "Exhibit A." There has been disbursed to the state 
and legislative officers the amount of $4,656.12, shown by 
accompanying detailed statement, marked "Exhibit B." 
leaving on hand at this date the amount of $2,039.65, an in- 
ventory of which is submitted with the full report. 

The legislature of 1883 appropriated for the purchase of 
stationery for the use of state officers for the years 1883 and 
1884, and for the legislative officers of 1885, the sum of 
$6,000. Of that sum there remains in the treasury unex- 
pended at this date the sum of $3,029.70. Most of this will 
be expended to pay for stationery contracted for, and that 
must be purchased before another appropriation can be 
made. 

GENERAL EXPENDITURES. 

The expenditures through this office under Chap. 293 of the 
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Furniture. 



ered by this report beyond what has been usual, by reason of 
the disaster to the south extension of the capitol last Novem- 
ber. Under advice of the Governor, expenses of buryinjz: 
the killed and earing for the wounded and their families 
have been paid by the state to the extent of $5,117.04. In 
other ways the enlargement of the capitol has tended to 
increase the labors and expenses of this oflEice. Additional 
laborers have been necessary, and most of the north exten- 
sion has been provided with new furniture necessary to its 
occupancy. Expenses incident to the session in the capitol 
of the National Educational Association last July; the 
rebuilding of the west portico and steps of the capitol, 
found necessary for the safety of that portion of the build- 
ing; and the extension and repairing of the asphaltum 
walks and drive-ways in the park, are other extraordinary 
expenses during the past year. 

The total expenditures since my report of January 1, 1883, 
other than for stationery, were as shown by statement here- 
with, marked " Exhibit C." 

FURNITUBE. 

The value of furniture and other movable property in the 
capitol can only be estimated as heretofore. Adding the 
amount purchased since the last report to the estimated 
value of what was then on had, and deducting from the pro- 
duct ten per cent, per annum for wear and tear and breakage, 
will perhaps give as nearly as practicable the value of such 
property in and about the capitol at this date, as follows: 

On hand Jan. Ist, 1883 (estimated) $13,246 10 

Purchased since last report 8, 244 75 

Total to account for $21,490 85 

Deduct ten per cent, for two years 4, 298 16 

On hand Sept 30, 1884 (estimated) $17,192 69 

FUEL. 

The fuel supply for the coming year has been contracted 
for but not yet delivered. The enlargement of the capitol 

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Books, Pamphlets, Etc. 



increases the consumption of fuel about one-third, and pro- 
vision has been made accordingly. The amount on hand at 
this date is estimated to be 150 tons of coal, valued at $1,2C0. 
About six hundred tons per annum is the quantity estimated 
to be necessary for the enlarged building. About 400 tons 
was the amount annually consumed previous to the building 
of the extensions. 

BOOKS, pamphlets, ETC. 

Since January 1st, 1883, twelve thousand copies of 
Volume 1, and four thousand copies of Volume 4 of 
the report of the Geological Survey of the State have 
come into the custody of this office, and have been disposed 
of according to law. One thousand copies of each volume 
were reserved for sale as the law directs. But few have 
thus far been sold, the remainder, being, at this date, in 
charge of this office. 

There has been realized from the sale of geological re- 
ports and other books the sum of $664.45, which has been 
paid over to the state treasurer. 

Two hundred copies of Shepard's Digest, purcliased pur- 
suant to chapter 243, laws of 1883, have been distributed as 
that statute provided. The session laws of 1883, and the report 
of the State Agricultural Society for 1884, received by this 
office since my last report, have been disposed of as the law 
requires. Of the latter, (12,000 copies) about one-half were 
delivered to the secretary of the Agricultural Society, pur- 
suant to chapter 320, laws of 1883. 

Any statement of the number and value of books and 
documents in charge of this oflSce must be merely an esti- 
mate. On January 1st, 1883, the estimated value of this 
class of property on hand was $34,833.25. The additions 
since that date, less disbursements, show that there is now 
on hand such property to the value of about $37,500.00 
Most of this property being subject to distribution, no at- 
tempt had been made or required up to two years ago to 
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Report of the* 



Exhibit ''A: 



The following summary exhibits the amount of state prop- 
erty in charge of this office at this date, actual and esti- 
mated: 

Stationery, per invoice $2, 039 65 

Furniture, tools, ttc. (estimated) 17, 192 69 

Coal (estimated) 1, 200 00 

Books and documents (estimated) 37, 500 00 

Total $57,932 34 

* Respectfully submitted, 

W. H. BENNETT, 

Supt Public Property. 

EXHIBIT "A." 

STATIONERY PURCHASED. 

2 reams blotting paper $34 60 

10 ream^ enrolling p^per 66 94 

114 assorted ink stands 35 32 

29 reams lithograph letter heads 166 00 

15 reams lithogi-aph note beads 86 50 

17 thousand lithograph envelopes 63 50 

85 gross steel pens 48 50 

li dor?n shading pens 3 85 ' 

2 dozen ruling pens 5 60 

li dozen gold pens 25 06 

i dozen gold pens, with holders 11 00 

16 dozen rubber erasers 26 67 

224 Cong, t'e envelopes 9 45 

52 dozen pen holders 19 80 

92 dozen lead pencils, black 27 70 

12 dozen lead pencils, red and blue 10 50 

1 dozen automatic pencils 2 25 

3 d '^zen iridescent paper weights 7 5C 

5 Klas3 envelope dampeners 2 50 

5 dozen bottles red ink 18 15 

4 dozen steel erasers 14 62 

1 dozen ivory paper knives 3 50 

8i dozen pass books (assorted) 43 40 

30 thousand envelopes, No. 6 45 00 

13 thousand envelopes, No, 9 40 00 

12 thousand envelopes, No. 10 35 00 

115 bottles black ink 50 18 

48 quarts mucilage 25 60 

2 reams 12 lb. letter paper 4 38 

12i reams 14 lb. legal cap paper 31 88 

15 reams 12 lb. legal cap paper 32 85 

5 reams 12 lb. fools' cap paper 10 96 

10 reams 6 lb. note paper 10 80 

4 dozen beachwood rulers 3 70 



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Exhibit "^." 



6 letter scales |8 63 

3 dozen sponge cups 3 25 

12 box eyelets 1 10 

33 pairs paper shears 27 40 

11 copying books (cap size) 18 18 

1 rubber stamp , 5 00 

2 pounds sealing wax 2 00 

1 lot artists^ wat^ color paints 50 

365 figuring blocks (note size) 33 50 

110 figuring blocks (cap size) 33 00 

3 dozen ivory folders 26 30 

74, 500 envelopes, assorted sizes 129 35 

21,000 lithographed envelopes. 69 00 

1, 000 steel engraved envelopes 14 00 

43 reams lithograph letter paper 254 10 

40 reams lithograph note paper 142 10 

2 reams journal paper 9 60 

1 ream foolscap paper 3 50 

5 reams Jiaen note 8 00 

10 reams plain note 13 80 

Hi gross lead pencils 72 93 

600 figuring blocks 21 24 

20i great gross rubber bands 50 98 

27 gold pens, with holders 69 95 

30 McKinnon fountain pens 74 00 

7 dozen pocket pencils. 10 00 

1 ^ross pencil leads 2 34 

6 dozen bottles Caw's ink 2 59 

25 dozen quarts Arnold's ink 112 50 

21 Quarts Stafford's ink 8 70 

6 dozen boxe^ eyelets • * * • 6 45 

6 dozen pencil sharpeners 4 50 

28 dozen t)ox gilt seals 72 00 

150 gross steel pens 83 82 

11 dozen quill pens 2 83 

1 blank book (to order) 13 50 

6 dozen diaries, 1884 83 06 

4 desk diaries, 1884 ^ 5 17 

10 dozen steel erasers 41 20 

10 dozen office knives 180 23 

2 dozen scissors 18 00 

4^ gross pen holders, common 12 12 

Si dozen pea holdert, rubber 15 70 

13 dozen memoranda books ,. . 21 86 

1 Ream blotting pa .er '. . 25 00 

6 dozen quarts mucil ge 30 00 

4 dozen small bots mucilage 12 50 

6 large Fcrapbooks 8 34 

3 dozen letter ope oers 4 20 

22 ivory paper knives 6 75 

3 dozen ink stands, assorred 14 88 

1 dozen envelope dampeners 6 00 

1 index book 25 

2 pen racks 50 

1, 000 lithograph certificates to order 52 00 

6 dozpn lead sh irpeners 6 00 

6 pen cases 2 10 

i dozen box paper fasteners 1 80 



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i gross pencil leads $ 90 

1 dozea bill filers 3 00 

Total $3, 970 30 



"EXHIBIT B." 

STATIONERY DISBURSED-JANUARY 1, 1883, TO SEPTEMBER 39, 

1884. 

To chief clerk of Senate of 1883 $466 87 

To chief clerk of Assembly of i883 856 63 

To Lieutenant Governor, 1883 29 98 

To executive department 172 02 

To Secretary of State's office 497 70 

To State Treasurer's office 213 18 

To Attorney GeQeraPs office 120 91 

To Superintendent Public Instruction's office 137 97 

To Railroad Commissiorer's office 115 21 

To Insurance Coqamissioner's office 129 62 

T.> State B )ard of Supervision 83 58 

To State Treasury Aj^ent 35 77 

To Quarter Master General's office 50 03 

To State Land office 214 16 

To State Agricultural Society , 311 03 

To State Board of Charity and Reform 175 36 

To Adjutant G-neral's office 129 52 

To Supreme C >urt 231 93 

To State Librarian 46 91 

To State Historical Society 161 30 

To State Prison warden 257 51 

To Superinten lent Public Property's office 110 33 

To Bureau Labor Statistics 108 60 

Total disbursed $4,656 12 



EXHIBIT **C." 

Miscellaneous expenditures for the 21 months ending September 30, 1884. 

For advertising $65 96 

For Sundries in engine and boiler rooms 926 55 

For Assembly chairs 1 , 028 00 

For furniture, old building 2,483 31 

For furniture, north extension 4, 733 44 

For repairs of furniture 341 24 

For engraving and lithographing t 606 25 

For fuel 5, 413 84 

For freight and cartage 217 78 

For gas and g4S fixtures 7, 487 72 

For labor, per roll 47,683 15 

For transient Jab^r 1, 049 18 

For assistant Superintendent's salary 2, 625 00 

For expenseo incident to National Education Association 1, 055 02 



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Exhibit "C." 



For lumber supplies $930 11 

For laborers' tools and repairs 106 15 

For repairs of building 7, 789 02 

For repairs of park and drives 2, 410 02 

For official seals and stamps 152 10 

For team hire 304 50 

For draping capito^ crape, gloves, etc., for legislature and 

state officers, on death of T. O. Howe 94 03 

' S^me on death of Wm. E. Smith 106 49 

ForShepard's Digests 2,400 00 

For telephone rentals 504 81 

For expenses south extension disaster 5, 174 04 

For miscellaneous supplies, including ice, soaps, twines, wrap- 
ping paper, brooms, brushes, mops, pails, etc. 2, 585 48 

Total $98, 253 59 



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INDEX. 



Page. 

Agricultural College Fund 80, 133 

Agricultural Societies, reports of, etc 70, 112 

Allotment Fund 35, 87 

Advertising Lands 69, 109 

Amber Cane Experiments, disbursements for 61 

Appropriations 36, 116. 

Apportionment of Railroad License 73, 115- 

Apportionment of Taxes 30, 140 

Assessment Rolls, abstracts of 146 

Births, Marriages and Deaths, abstracts of 311 

Blue Book 49 

Bonded and other Indebtedness of Municipalities 170 

Bounty on Wild Animals 3t 

Bureau of Labor Statistics 104 

Capitol Enlargement , , . . , 63, 11& 

Contingent Expenses • 53, 99 

Charitable and Penal Institutions, disbursements 50, 97 

Circuit Judges, vote for 199 

Commissioner of Public Printing, report of 361 

Corporations organized 308 

Counties, receipts from 35, 89 

County, State, Town and City Taxes 158 

DeUnquent Tax Fund 31, 84, 138 

Deposit Fund 33, 86, 130 

Details of Report 31 

Disbursements, Greneral Fund 6, 94 

Drainage Fund 19, 84, 127 

Estimate of Expenditures and Revenues 37 

Expenditures of Taxes 167 

Expenditures of Revenues, estimate of , . 37 

Expenses of Legislature 43 

Farm Products, statistics of ', 178 

Fairs for 1883, list of Officers 191 

Fuel, expenditures for 58, 105 

Free High Schools 70, lia 

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Fire Insurance Companies 36, 90 

General Fund disbursements 6, 94 

General Fund receipts 5, 34, 88 

General Statement 4 

Governor's Contingent Fund 60, 108 

Geological Report 58 

Gas, expenditures for 49, 58, 105 

Hawkers and Peddlers, receipts from 39, 93 

Immigration Commission 60, 108 

Indebtedness of counties, towns and cities 170 

Injured in Capitol disaster 103 

Legislative Expenses 43 

Life Insurance Companies, receipts 38, 92 

Manitowoc ani Calum«t Swamp Land Fund 26, 133 

Militia, disbursements for 58, 105 

Normal School Fund 16,81,124 

Paper. '. 58, 105 

Peddler's Licences, receipts from / / 39, 93 

Personal and Real Taxable Property 134 

Plank Road Companies, receipts from 36 

Postage Account 57, 104 

Presidential Vote 258 

Printing, disbursements for 49, 55, 103 

Products, Farm •. 176 

Public Printing, Report of Commissioners 261 

Publishing General and Local Laws 62, 67 

Publishing Notices and Proclamations 61, 109 

Railroad Companies, receipts from 35, 89 

Railway Car Companies 90 

Real Estate, returns of 73, 114 

Real and Personal Taxable Property 134 

Receipts, Greneral Fund 5, 34, 88 

Redemption Fund 21,87,130 

Revenues and Expenditures, estimate of 27 

Sales of Real Estate. 176 

School Fund 9, 75, 117 

Special Charges 74 

St. C. & L. S. R R. Trespass Fund 23,86, 130 

St. C. & L S. R. R. Deposit Fund 23, 86, 130 

Salaries ', 40,94 

Sundry Sources, receipts from 39 

Stationery 58,105 

State Board of Supervision 61, 108 



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Page. 

state Officers, vote for 192 

State Debt 26 

State Militia, disbursements for 58, 105 

State Tax 29 

Statistics of Crime 73, 113 

Superintendent of Public Property. 265 

Taxable Property 140 

Taxes, State and County 167 

Town, City and Village 170 

Expenditure of 170 

Tax Levy 29 

State 30 

Telegraph Companies, receipts from 36, 90 

Telephone Companies, receipts from 36, 90 

University Fund 79,122 

Valuation of Property in State 158 

Vote for State Officers 192 

for Circuit Judges 199 

Wild Animals, bounty on 31, 95 

Wisconsin Railroad Farm Mortgage Land Co 24, 131 

APPENDIX. 

"A." — Detailed Statement of General Fund Receipts and Dis- 
bursements 84, 88 

" B."— Value of Real and Personal Taxable Property 134 

" C."— Taxable Property of the Several Counties 140 

"D."— Abstract of the Assessment Rolls , 146 

" E."— Valuation of all Property in the State 158 

" F." — Purposes for which County Tax was expended 167 

** G."— Bonded and Other Indebtedness of Towns, cities, etc ... 170 

" H." — Bonded and Other Indebtedness of Counties 173 

*' I."— Showing Sales of Real Estate 176 

** K"— Principal Farm Products growing in 1884 178 

" L."— Principal Farm Products grown in 1883 185 

** M." — List of Officers of Agricultural Societies, date and place 

of holding Fairs, etc^ 191 

^*N."— Vote for Circuit Judges in 1883 199 

^'O." — List of Corporations organized during the year, and by * 

Territorial and State Laws 208 

^*P." — Abstract of Marriages, Births, and Deaths recorded dur- 
ing the year 244 

''Q.''-— Statement of votes given for Electors and for State Officers 246, 258 



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