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Sheboygan county, three districts: —
Waupacca county, one district.
Waushara county, one district.
Winnebago county, three districts: — 1st. Towns of Algoma, Oshkosh, and Vinland, and the city of Oshkosh. 2d. Clayton, Menasha, Neenah, Orihula, Poyagan, Winchester, and Winneconne. 3d. Black Wolf, Nekimi, Nepeuskum, Omro, Rushford, and Utica.
SEC. 3. A general election shall be held in the several towns and wards in this State, on the Tuesday next succeeding the first Monday in November in each year, at which there shall be chosen so many of the following officers as are by law to be elected in such year, that is to say, a Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Secretary of State, Treasurer, Attorney General, State Superintendent, Senators, Members of Assembly, Representatives in Congress, Electors of President and Vice President, and the following County Officers, to wit: Clerks of the Circuit Courts, Sheriffs, Registers of Deeds, District Attorneys, Clerks of the Boards of Supervisors, County
Treasurers, and Coroners, and all other State and County Officers not herein emumerated or otherwise provided for.
WISCONSIN STATE GOVERNMENT.
Governor – Alex. W. RANDALL, Waukesha.
Chief Justice – Edward W. WHITON, Janesville.
- “ — ORSAMUs Cole, Madison. Clerk — LA FAYETTE KELLogg, Madison.
JUDGES OF CIRCUIT COURTS.
First Circuit—John M. KEEP, Beloit.
Second “ ARTHUR McARTHUR, Milwaukee.
Third “ C. H. LARRABEE, Horicon.
Arourth “ W. R. GoRs.INE, Sheboygan.
Fifth “ M. M. CothreN, Mineral Point.
Sixth “ GeoRGE GALE, Galesville, Trempeleau Co.
seventh “ George W. CATE, Stevens Point.
Eighth “ S. S. N. FULLER, Hudson.
Ninth “ A. L. Collins, Madison.
Tenth “ S. R. Cotton, Green Bay.
U. S. District Judge — ANDREW MILLER, Milwaukee. 44 ... Attorney — DoN A. J. UPHAM, do.
UNITED STATES SE NATORS.
First District—John F. Potter, East Troy.
STATE UNIVERSITY, located at Madison, has a fund of $311,000, drawing 7 per cent. interest; and this fund will soon be increased to at least $350,000 by the disposition of the remainder of the University lands granted by Congress. Its annual income
will soon amount, from this source, to $25,000, and probably some $5000 from student's fees and other sources.
CoMMON Schools.-By the report of the Superintendent of Public Instruction, it
appears that the total amount of the School Fund, on the 1st of January, 1857, was $2,047,903 74.
THE STATE HIStorical SocIETY, at Madison, possesses a library of over 4146 volumes; besides a large number of maps and engravings; a fine collection of oil
paintings, chiefly portraits of early pioneers and prominent men; together with many valuable memoirs of our early history.
WisconsiN INSTITUTE for THE EDUCATION of THE BLIND, Janesville.—This Institution was opened August 1st, 1850, and is in a highly flourishing condition.
DEAF AND DUMB INSTITUTE, Delavan, Walworth County.—This Institution was established in 1852. Buildings have been erected to accommodate 60 pupils. The charge to pupils of other States is $100 per annum for tuition and board.
STATE PRISON, at Wampum, Fond du Lac County.—The labor of the convicts is let
out by contract, at rates from 48 to 60 cents a day, 25 cents a day being allowed for apprentices.
StATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY is located at Madison. It receives $3000 annually from the State,
BANKs.—The number of Banks organized and doing business in the State, on the 1st of January, 1857, was 50, the aggregate capital of which was $3,290,000. The revenue to the State arising from the tax on banking capital, in 1856, was $37,564 09. The total amount of countersigned notes issued to Banks and outstanding, in Janu
ary last, was $1,950,967. Amount of securities on deposit with the Bank Comptroller, to redeem outstanding notes, $2,208,476.
PUBLIC LANDS.–The amount of public lands disposed of by entry and location, up to June 30th, 1856, was 9,066,912 26-100 acres. The following is a list of the Land Offices, with the names of the Registers and Receivers, viz.:
Mineral Point...... Joel C. Squires, Register...... Henry Plowman, Receiver. Manasha.............. John A. Bryan, “. ...... Col. Sam’l Ryan, 44 Eau Claire........... W. T. Galloway, “ ...... M. B. Boyden, co Hudson............... T. Rush Spencer, “ ...... James D. Reyment, “ Stevens Point...... Abraham Brawley, “ ...... Albert G. Ellis, . “ La Crosse............ Charles S. Benton, “ ...... Theodore Rodolf, re Buperior............. Daniel Shaw, “. ...... Eliab B. Dean, Jr., “
Bad Ax County.
Avalanche. Bad Ax. Coon Prairie, Debello. De Soto. IHarmony - Hillsborough. Kickapoo. New Brookville. Retreat.
Bad Az Co.—Continued. Newville. River Side.
- Brown County.
De Pere (ch.).
Alma. Fountain City.
Chippewa City. Chippewa Falls. Clear Water. Menominee.
Clark C.H. Wedges Creek.
Columbia Co.—Continued. Portage City. Port Hope. Poynett. Randolph Centre. Rio. Rocky Run. Shoneaw. Welch Prairie. Wyocena.
Albion. Ancient. Ashton. Belleville. Berry. Beverly. s Black Earth. Blue Mound. Burke. Cambridge. Christiana. Cottage Grove. Cross Plains. Dane. Deerfield. Door Creek. 1)unkirk. . * Eolia. Fitchburgh. Grand Spring. Hanchettville. Lake View. Leicester. Madison. Mazo Manie. Middleton. Mount Vernon. Oregon. Peirceville. Pine Bluff. Pleasant Branch. Primrose. Roxbury.
Pane Co.—Continued. Rutland. Spring Dale. Stoner's Prairie. Stoughton. Sun Prairie. Sweet Home. Utica. Werona. Westport. Windsor. York.
Door County, Sturgeon Bay. Washington Harbor. Douglass County, Superior.
North Pepin. Ogalla.
Fond du Lac County,
Fond du Lac Co.—Confö. Ashford. Auburn. Black Hawk. Bothelle. Brandon. Byron. Calumet Willage, Ceresco. Dotyville. Eden. El Dorado. Empire. Fair Water. Fond du Lac. Foster. Hinesberg. Junius. Ladoga. Lamartine. Marytown. Metomen. Moria. Murome. Nanaupa. Newfane. Oakfield. Oceola. Rosendale. Rush Lake. Taycheeda. Waucousta. Wawpun. West Rosendale.