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Appleton Motor, The (Newspaper) - July 26, 1860, Appleton, Wisconsin M WEEKLY cral Convention of tin MESSENGER ork on the of lit the fifth it obtained nl of the itr periodical of cngt-r to ol the to hem to promote v lore and spiritual com- It i Vj ihv in er from V bj n lift and of int and brotherly i 1 1 l i li I and ir at J i MI- in own and by tin welfare in all totalities i tho n tlam it il Kid be found in world or ID noting i put of art anj j iru th to tht i n I tlu and tho c nt spoken of t rnt OP tc J the in j l -I UK n M an- the M v -o I c i- I ht nun ihc 01 li nub and i t inn ouj h i n tin 111 to be Ironi i s i i B Jt stands i iiH Irom r lafor to ex- D I in h tlic tn u teach M r i M ift both i n-1 n the r i lukU in it t nun Rhtt Him if lor the linn n of Its i fl t ord ihc religious i u ot i i i in t- tin Tact of the ex u lt of the n t e 1 In truth tho i i i f the and r T ct Ji true ii 1 To it in fc more than j i- L at ii Iu n li in Church in their Jut AMI i M i tn l Men r n t i 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VOL i APPLETON WIS THURSDAY JULY 26 1860 APPLETON MOTOR NO 48 K V v JV J und P I l n I li o w M B B T E R JI S IN E To who r ti r oO cents MISS MARY tin art with thv nt tht Hunt latea one door wist ot smith's Bookstore S I'll mill Furniture t ot tho Mj MIT i M 11 RI and ot thu hi ON mil IM tin Job Hi MH DO ron ii H n i nl i mi NJ up IVi I'm L im to with s nt HI to pay Ins visits hi TA IIIN vVi tit he Ul MIL DHL i t SALOON Tb mi il thing In the In 111 unit dt all of thu bust in at hit mUon of N it d r 1 i 1 it i- II nt im emu Select From tint Houie Journal TUe Konss of Home GBO P Oh sing unce more those dour lays Whose tuneful measure ovary bosom thrills 1 Then take my buck to tho happy When lint I sung them on my native hills I With tho fresh of thu times I thorn now upon tho foreign Tho simple music and the I Oh Sinn duar Injs once moro Those cheerful lays of other Oh sing those once moio Oh sinR once moro those strains Which in my dwell 1 scud thu my veins And circle round me like in airy spell Our nutne melodies thrill impart More than nut s if song rhen sing those dear more hen Iu I hus of daj Oh 4 more J 3 JOHNSTON C mil nu 1 nt Out HH No L i- t i s A lit I in i i ii il LSI ut L l ii ot ihMs L- in itur l nt tlu n im tit ot tim H t n to ull's oi inr r mil a JR of he t Hull R N it iin Hull i ill mil ii 1 s i i 1 u IR B i up in i 1 it tin I'm u 111 M ilmn t I in In Ml ni tin r in 11 t i 01 trulli tin f I l i itti will In tn 1 M II M ROBINSON A o ol tin MilU -in DOOM I ml L in M I l nl i I ton P UK 4 tun rn nh rim in r A iu the MAK inn H in to oil make Mie most S I or cant Tin 111 Militon A lit evi ol the 0 full Lincoln ii book of the in Ins history individual a noble of true moral ind wimple amono us of the gigantic gnw th of intellect and character under the influences of American institutions and ciety when not dwarfed by idleness tion or dishonesty Every laboring man in he country toiling under weight of ty with a to better days and every student for and ad- vancement tinder whatever difficulties has stuck in Old Abo and may be justly proud of li'in us ono of bis class who hns dunon the distinguished that may crown any ambition properly cultivated ago JMr fr emigrated from Kentucky to Spencer Indiana he purchased a small firm Ton years or so the j ject of a public school in the neighborhood was started and meeting with I mont a log house was built at then about 16 old and who had never attended school before installed six after the school com- mence I an Ins result of indorsing a note for a fi tlie little arm and the student compelled to school to liis parents disheartened had dt terminal to em ignite to Illinois his The six schooling in is all that Mr llu is indebted fir exertions made dm tho ol a laborious life n consuming the time that should have bun devoted to rest and in the part of his ills under of great difficulty induced In duo time the Lincoln reached Lolts County it vuis decided to seek 111 In tunes By dint ol bard labor at i lou mono was in tho 1 of to and lor i aties oi land The son no assisted Ins loi some in tho ol this but bu f with the of he i i stalled out to trv his and to in obtaining work came across a i with whom he closed I to cut aud split three thousand rails While at at this job he found moie time to improve his mind aud it is re- lated of him that when noon arrived he would mount a log swallow his dinner in from eight to ten minutes mid then spend minutes in study before com- the afternoon's While en- his following him in single file ant the man who hud the largest procession o friends should be declared the While tho processions were forming somt of the boys caught Lincoln by the arm and declared that ho should be a candidate He protested that he knew nothing about military matters but a stout fellow him forward while his supporters formec behind Great was the astonishment anc mortification of the Major when he ered that Lincoln's procession outnumbered his own by two men and Lincoln was therefore declared to be Captain Upon Lincoln's fiom the war he discovered that his old partner had own best customer in the whisky and that he had decamped without ing the debts of tho trading concern amounting to and without anything to pay them with Hero then I said Mr Lincoln once to a friend in debt or worse off than at any time in my life before for I had not a single dollar to pay this indebtedness with to do I was at a loss to know I thought the matter over for many days and was greatly distressed Togo to work at tho customary wages of a hired hand and earn seemed as if I could not do it But I determined at least to try I never in my life knew a man who resolved to do hla duty did not have some means opened up to him no matter how impossible seemingly as the accomplishment of that duty al the start And so it in this case with honest Abe Stumbling on accidentally a book on surveying he at once made himself master of the science and commenced the business of surveying as a profession having in the mean time removed to Springfield Here ha made friends very fast and soon became exceedingly popular much so that he was selected as a AV hig candidate for tho Legislature and was triumphantly elected holding the office for foui jears during which time ho became noted as a sinew d and intelligent debater He s money enough dining four to pnj orf all Ins indebtedness even to the 1 ust lie -A Colloquy And so Squire you don't take the No Major I get the city papers on much better terms so I take two of them But Squire the county papers often This and the The honest supporters of Mr Douglas would a hundred times prefer the election of Lincoln to that of either Breckinridge or old Jo Lane o o j o i prove of great service to us and the more i Sydney bmith that wise and witty we encourage editor can make son remarks in his many sPIcy life is verv good m fact the cattle but as for them Why I don't know of what service they are to me The form you sold last fall was in one of them and thereby you ob- a customer Did you Very true Major but I paid three dollars for it But you made more than three dollars by it Now if your neighbors hadn't that press and kept it ready for your use you would have been without means to advertise property But I think I saw your daughter's marriage in those papers did thac cost you am No And your brother's death was thus no- with a long obituary And the de- struction of your neighbor Briggs house by fire You know these things are ted till the authentic account of the set them right 0 true And when jour cousin was up for the Legislature jou appeared much gratified at his nephew's defense nothing Yes yes but these things arc news to the readers They caused the people to take the papers No no Squire Grudge not if they were all like you Now I tell day will come when some one will write a very ong eulogy on your life and character and printer will put it in typo with a heavy Mack line over it and with all your riches his will he done for you as a grave for a Your wealth liberality all this vill be spoken of and the printer's boy as le spells the words in arranging the types o these sayings will remark of Poor mean is sponging on Good morning Squire me I must have society The salary of Gen Scott is but his allowance sums up to Gen Harney starts with and draws Gen Twiggs total was and Gen Herschel V Johnson in a political speech in Philadelphia in 1856 endeavored to en- force the doctrine that capital should own its laborers An amendment was made to ono of the appropriation bills at the late session of authorising the Committee on the Library to publish a new edition of the Madison Papers As they are left free to contract in their own way the job will doubtless prove a fat steal to somebody A gentleman on a Western steamboat asked the man came to collect the if there was any danger of of who had discovered in him tho evidences of an acute and re- markable intellect Ho was admitted to tho bar in a lew months after got and at once pushed forward to the frost lank in his profession Such is Mr Lincoln's earlj history given in meager but outline I need only add that in his personal habits Mr Lincoln has always been abstemious using tobacco nor spiritous of any kind Xo man overset accused him 01 an ungenerous or a dishonorable act 01 thought Said 1 not truly that he best sample to be met with of the institutions and not dwarfed bj idleness dissipation or dishonesty Youis truly L R W onsin t i i i n t i 1 i I1 illi I nl ti 1 linn i C M iti U A Cm nit Court n il the anil vitli Virulent i M mi I'll I i i n I h i ir tn the I 111 lie it i -i rtin gaged upon job our heio made the of a man whose name I have 1 build a C u Ono I 3 I iin The lion Herschel V Johnson one of the candidates foi the has had Ins life taken by one J A of Eatonton iu a little paper which he i Hits and entitles the Plantation ter a history of Mr nts as a pupil in hn Collide a- a coon in a- the ot the venerable dei we quote Mr Tinner as United States Senator Judge and the to discharge an obvious Johnson's eloquence anil if it is all that he it a by Mr Douglas colleague must be as entertaining as n menagerie and very much in that style Mr Johnson's r selects for his cil the contest with Alexander II Stevens in 1841 in the town of Eatonton where the editor of the lived and now forgotten who proposed that they uuuu u ulve Hc flat boat that he would stock it with gram the contest and of course and provisions and that Abe 1 down down of human of thuir K ACT Of for treatment ir i apply by litter 1140 Alton i in ol F 1 tlu mil furnish tho P mim 4 In t i it ir in thr euro nnl g of or mil io i CO suing J past feel i rr ut tl thu Important -i or tl Masturbation cr of the or lie will nt 10 OF OH M- J r Other Mr of c intently bung ition bo Kent in ana method oi UrniK ol Hi i n n maud said on an expedition the River to the Illinois the Illinois river to the Mississippi and down this to New Orleans when the flat bout und should be disposed of The enterprise looked promising the boat was built an 1 loaded Lincoln proceeded on his indue time ai lived in Orleans boat and and shipped or home us a deck hand on 1 boaid one of the river hoats On this trip up the Mr itl to am oln states that he first met the Hon Jesse ch up j the present State of Illinois and candidate on the Republican ticket for re-election who was also ing the duties of The first Hut expedition proved so that two others were projected and by tho time they were completed Lincoln had hundred dollars With this money he opened a small store at a known as New Salem and with the usual foolishness of new beginners in iness he took in a partner I reckon said Lincoln alluding to the enterprise on one occasion with one of proverbially I nu i and Luan I Oi II i 11 ml 1 IV i l 1 Hunt r i li Wn I- CO III if Linn M i r u c Pli lime I Yard ind Mill will In- f ml MIC t h ret mil i or p HI S T x ln Hour BARKER ot Appluton Sale und t j tut in ix ii of tho II I w I 1.1 i nf Lu 1 s and I ihrr Lath Waul ns v Mill on all kindo of niK roll 2 it ro ond Ward um ft in tni J ici will br fy v s i R c T r I- m f I Vt TIT i j aax tirol paid expressions of countenance on now that that was judge from his ludicrous description of its miscellaneous contents that it might been However tho new business went along badly and did not prove profitable The partner insisted that they must add some whisky to iu trade if they would save themselves but to this Lincoln stoutly objected but the partner as stoutly insisting Lincoln finally sold out to him About this time the Black Hawk war was the of excitement A new militia company was to be formed and there was a strife as to who should be the Captain There was a tall pompous fellow in the has described it accurately lie says Johnson rushes upon his foes with the clangor of the trumpet and the flash of the battle axe Like Richard do Leon among the of Saladin he strode on right on dealing his stalwart blows right and left and everything was borne down by his arm Like the sleeping lion roused from his lair by some careless intruder ho sprang upon his tims toio their flesh crunched their bones beat their bodies to a jelly by them against the earth that to the of his infuriate howls Like the mud bull in the arena he rushed upon those who him with their and 1 into tossou them into tho air and trampled them under his feet If the Douglas ticket does not make an impression upon the country with a roused lion a mad bull and a feeder upon lion's hearts all rolled into one it can only be be- cause people want something besides mad balls raging lions and other for the highest executive A following I j paragraph has been handed us by an Tun FUSION Buchanan combinations with the Douglas men in different States hoping by that means to prevent an election by the people and then through a violent and m the to carry it into the Senate for the benefit of Gen This IS til he reason why in his speech from the House he declared neither candidate to have been nominated according to the of the proceedings of tho on Saturday night We give it as it is given us During the procession last Saturday evening owing to the indiscretion of one of the a portion of the torches were extinguished The Marshal in question yelled out Pat your torch is busting Throw it away Instantly one hundred and fifty torches fell to the ground for each and every man rejoicing in the popular cognomen of Patrick considered himself personally appealed Journal HONEST is not true that licans speak of their candidate for the neighborhood glorying in the military title Presidency us Honest Abe simply to re- ef Vag i of the Democratic office and who felt confident of It is a cognomen which tfi 1 I liFf ftf T mill it When the lay of election arrived there proved to be from a to fifteen candidates for the captaincy The of election adopted was novel A space was cleared and it was that each date should march across this space with by a long life of integrity and was applied to him years it was supposed he would ever become the agent of the people to drive from power the army of who have plundered the treasury so usages of the party He also prompted the proposed coalition in Pennsylvania which Mr Douglas's friends have spurned His partiality for Mr Breckinridge is insincere The only interest he feels in the ticket is for Gen Lane who has been a how much for the leading friends of Mr understand Mr and have expended nearly in telegraphing over the country not to enter into any or bargain with the Douglas faction The proposed fusion in New York by which the men are to be nominally transferred to Mr Douglas but really to Gen Lane was really contrived here after the Baltimore Convention Its managers and objects are perfectly under- tooel If an by the people could IK defeated which is now hardly possible ind K only contemplated by a few desperate as tin ir Inst hope and Mr las should be returned to House as one of the three highest candidates ho would have but one vote in that The present probability is ho will not re- an electoral vote and cannot be re- as a serious Wash Cor ELECTORS IN Iravo a curious and complicated way of ing Presidential Electors in Louisiana It is thus described Up to 1825 Presidential electors were appointed by the Legislature Then in of the delay in the preceding year in whether the vote of the State should bo thi own ford Adams oi Clay tho law was altered so as to give the people the choice of electors It divided the State into six electoral districts the boundaries of w hich are now doubtful and required that voter shall vote for six persons each one of whom shall reside in some one of these districts and all in ferent districts from each other If anj elector for more than one person ding in the same district the vote is good for only the first one named Two persons inhabiting the some district shall not be chosen elector In counting the vote at the seat of Government the person receiving a greater number of v otes throughout the any other person residing in the same district must be declared elected and no other person in that district shall be an elector however great nmy be the ty which he may have obtained over any other person residing in a different district The only qualification of elector is that he must be a legal voter in one of the parishes comprising the districts in which he is a THE New York Tribune sets forth the issues represented by the several dates for the Presidency in the following con- statement Lincoln and represent a of National resistance to the sion of Breckinridge and Lane re- present the antagonist of National blown up as the steam made such a horri noise Not the said the sharp co which cost him unless you refuse to pay your fare A man in Va recently bea a slave with a stick then tied his feet to gether and threw him head foremost into hogshead of water When tho negro wa taken out he was found to be dead A cor jury returned a verdict of congestion of the brain The Democracy is past surgery and th rival factions exhibit towards each other violence a vindictiveness and a of hate without a parallel iu ordinary par tisan welfare A F Pratt writes to the News that Lar will be renominated with little if anj opposition and says that will be to an election It is advertised in a New York papei that from five thousand to ten thousand dol lars is ready at the Now York Hotel to stake that Breckinridge and Lane will carr Louisiana against Douglas The Rail Boads of tho country generally seem to be picking up in their finances their receipts showing a handsome increase over corresponding periods of last year This in advance of the harvest is ing protection to the diffusion of Douglas and Johnson represent a National indifference to the diffusion of Slavery Bell and Everett represent a blindness to the diffusion of Slavery Tin of men and parties are best on CT hand written after their death The Democratic party is now ready for its history It is a Herald on authority en- to no evil of tho dead but titled to credit that both John Buren anything not evil said of that party would and Gen John A Dix are enlisted in be false It did evil and only evil and that port of Breckinridge continually It was evil in its birth evil in The office holders complain of being its life and evil in its death Its first cd to organize campaign clubs for Mr was offensive and its last a stench Journal The friends of Mr Douglas complain that the Breckinridge men are far better throughout the oun try and have more sinews of war tc direct operations with Since his imprisonment Mr Leahey has gone back to the Catholic faith and is now giving lectures in Waupun The Tribune's Washington dence intimates that some of the captured negroes have been carried Key West to the plantations Halifax papers state over a thousand people are at work in the Nova Scotia gold mines The Breckinridge organs ore dropping Stephen in Douglas and call him Arnold Douglas The Wool Clip of Ohio for the present year is estimated at pounds worth about It is now said that the report of W A Hawkins death is not true The Wheeling has hoisted tho Republican flag The price of meal in England is higher than it has been known for thirty years The London Exhibition of 1862 is a fixed fact The guarantee fund of has been raised More votes will be cast for Lincoln by both wings of the now disgusted Democracy than any of us suppose Mr Breckinridge was born on the 21st of January 1821 and will consequently be 40 years old on the 21st day of next January One of two tilings was end of the Democracy or the end of this republic The wisdom of Providence rally determined that tho Democracy could best be spared The South niggers and cotton have had their turn now let the North and free bor have a chance 1 Democracy and free trade have bankrupted the treasury and beggared the people In Georgia Presidential electors have to be elected by a majority of all the votes cast on that subject If the people fail to so elect the Legislature will then elect A witty man can make a jest a wise man can take one Calls are formally issued in both Ohio and Indiana for State conventions to nate a Breckinridge electoral ticket An Oregon paper says that Joe Lane cannot that State It advises Joe to take water But Joe won't da that Henry Winter Davis of Maryland is of quietly laboring to promote tho success of Lincoln and Humlin Illinois has twenty more agricultural than any State in the Union candidate tor U engross m the District The initials of Douglas S A D are said 0 express exactly his condition and that of lis party after election Wife haven't more ihan a third of the bed Husband tri- all the law allows What in do you go Breck for Ki ick oy Wo don't go Breck for anything in there or likely to get Argus Miss Mary Foster a blind girl of Corners Madison Co New York re- cently eloped with Mr Perkins a cripple A gentleman coming into the room of ate Dr Barton told him that Mr Vowel vaa dead said he Vowel us be thankful it was neither u nor i A Good Legislature of New has passed an act providing for the adulteration of food liquors ind For killing a man at Dallas Alabama he was sentenced to six months and i fine of For stealing a slave the hief went up ton years The Japanese Embassy before leaving his country donated to be to the police of Washington nore Philadelphia and New York Mrs L S Stamford of it s said has a full thick dark beard upon or face We suppose she 50 with a good many other ladies A young lady went to the circus the T day and was much embarrassed lest her tabbath School teacher should hear icing there The leader was very in finding her there Edward Everett says that the use of hns cost the United States in ten jears d the destruction of lives made criminals and orphans The Cleveland National Democrat s that there is about to be a coalition be- woen the friends of Douglas and Lincoln o defeat The Border Ruffians are not quite d out They assembled at Lexington and compelled the Editor of a Re- paper to suppress its publication The Prince of Wales will visit President at in his official us heir to the British throne Tho mother of Senator Douglas now to Hezekiah Granger now resides n Ontario county N Y about two miles rom Clifton Springs House on one of the ost splendid farms in that county the German who murdered bin and sister-in-law nt lie Minn has shot himself He did it to void a lynching During an exciting game of poker played in a Texas town one of the players ed from congestion of the brain caused y hia interest in the result The American wife of the late Prince is said to be worth a million of dollars The first Napoleon allowed her a pension of francs but tho Bourbons stopped it very quick Thirty-three dwellings in street New York were burned Loss Q A little about old was when Mr Lincoln's election I frightened to death in Philadelphia a few An ex-official of New York city hns re- cently been arrested for and an of the State representing a city district has been arrested for forgery The Republicans Another Republican paper is soon to be started at Wautoma Waushara county by C II Kaon formerly of the Whitewater It ii said that a strange nature in the politics of the day is to be seen in port Me This is nothing less than a full of officials who are for Douglas to a man It is probable that this sight will not remain long on exhibition Tf it will any be any consolation to our Breckinridge and Lane friends we can ter having thoroughly examined their chance in the election assure them that they have a dead thing of Journal V Johnson in several speeches made in Georgia has been fairly hooted down In three instances he has been obliged to discontinue speaking It is said the Mormons now propose to to one of the East India Islands and that if they cannot dispose of their property in Utah they will abandon it when their arrangements for emigration are The Erie Observer a prominent Douglas organ in Pennsylvania says in the present aspect of things there is no hope for the Democracy in that State It acknowledges a division and says no political party ed can succeed The Review has heard a case where a negro was recently ed in a neighboring county and died within a minute or two afterward The verdict in this was died from a combination of circumstances Mr Yancey proclaims that the pen is already nibbed which is to write the story of another revolution Tis more likely that the rope is already twisted which is to be knotted under the left cars of those who shall attempt to create the Journal The Belfast Journal Maine a ic paper hitherto unfavorable to Douglas comes into his support on the ground that the men abandoned their squatter sovereignty dogma by the last resolution adopted at Charleston In seven years the increase in the export of cotton from Western Africa into the ports of Great Britain has been one thousand per cent It is now probable that the is in debt not less than of tho results of Democratic misrule The farmer of the North who hopes for good prices in succeeding years and the manufacturers who want work and a ket must if they are wise aid in putting the Republicans into power North Carolina has a State rial election on hand and the Opposition is united against the Democracy upon the question of taxing slaves ad valorem Strange to say tho Democracy are for it and the Opposition against it Tha evidences of a determination on the part of the Douglas men to vote for Lincoln aud thus kill two birds with one stone are i- certain davs bv a
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