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Baraboo Republic (Newspaper) - October 14, 1858, Baraboo, Wisconsin Yol BAMBOO SAM COUNTY fi THURSDAY 14 1858 26 GENERAL NOTICE Assist N I T A I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY OK SQUARE PAYABLE IN ADVANCE Copy by Carrier l Copies Four Ton Anil 400 000 000 1200 Hi 00 2000 BATES OF Dna X 2 Squares Lou thAnK Square 3 3 mos G in OH 1 year jl 12.00 000 OB WOEK OF AT Tl SHERIFF'S OFFICE COUNTY OF SABK A General Election is to be in ral Towns in this County on Tuesday the ond tiny of November next at which are to bo elected the officers mentioned in tlie annexed copy notice from the of Member of Assembly in the -North in of Samuel and n Member of Assembly in the South bly District in of S H whose several of office will expire on the dny preceding the first Monday of Register of Deeds in place of M Clurk a Sheriff in place of J E a Clork County Supervisors in place cif H H a Clerk of the Court in place of a Treasurer in place of Henry Ochsner a District Attorney in place oi N W Wheeler a Surveyor in place of ah Durt and a place of E Martin terms of office will expire on the dny of December A 1858 September J E DONOVAN Sheriff H POTTER 0 S LABELS CAUttS on in ti SAUK COUNTY BANK WISCONSIN CAPITAL Organized of tins Stuto is prepared to transact business in any part of the United States and SIGHT DRAFTS on England Ireland land and EXCHANGE bought and sold at favorable rates INTEREST paid on Special Deposits T THOMAS SIMEON AS DR Over H Jones Hardware Stove north side of the Public Square Invites the public to make a trial of his and warrants his work set upon pivot or plato alter Copy of General Election Notice from the W of State to the Sheriff of County NOTICE is given thut at General Election to in tlie election precincts in State of sin on HIP Tuesday succeeding the first Monday second dny of November the following are to bo elected to wit A in Congress for the District enmities Milwaukee Racine mid in lie place of John term of will expire on the fourth tiny of next A in Congress for the coir prising the counties of Adams Ax Buffalo Clark Crawlord Dane Dunn Eau Claire Orant Green Iowa Crosso Lit Ln roe Pierce Sank ami in Hie of C whose term will expire on tho day of March next A Representative in Congress for tlie bird Congressional District comprising the counties of Calumet Columbia Fond dn Lac Given Lake nee Shawano Washington stylo B A WILDER M D PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON L M D H M SI T HI 0 T Office in ho old clerk north Public Square K NOTES AT LAW Court Commissioner tice of the Peace Land and Fire Insurance Agent Lands improved and unimproved for sale Also deals in Land Warrants Office with the County Surveyor in the Court House STEVENS MILES AT n Wit MILKS REMINGTON CROUCH AT LAW Wisconsin with the Sheriff in the House C C and in the place of whose term of of will expire on day of March next A State Senator fur the Senate District comprising the county of in place of 35 Fox Cook whose terra of office on the first of January next A Slate Senate Third comprising the county of in the of Herman J term of office will expire on the first Holiday of ary next A State Senator for the Fifth Senate District comprising the first second sixth and seventh of the city of Milwaukee as in and the towns of and waukee in the county of in the place of August whoso erm of office will expire on tin first Monday of January next A State Senator for the Seventh Senate Dis- county of Racine in A Yankee In a Cotton Mill sandy ed six oi the purely tiated in yesterday with n load of wood for the Havr ing piled his the satisfaction of the overseer ho bated his team with a bundle of green grass brought all the way from home for that and invested a portion of his wood proceeds root beer bread he started to see the and chewing it rapidly He reviewed the iron foundry and complement of limbs from the cussed Blade A Roadside Colloquy Squire don't take a Major I get city papers on much better terms aud so I take a of them Squire the County papers of- ten prove a to us The more we encourage them the ter their thorn Why I don't know any convenience they are to me thereof words with Governor and of Suite ninth tenth sections chapter 4th out from the of ter the following portion of wild i and Uio bills or the payment of which secured by the of public and shall bo upon thuir secured by of lic ami bonds section seventeen of said tho following five nnd und insert in lieu tlie words sert in seventeen the words good and tho following words by persons residing hi this lifter to bo approved in name section tho following and by this Governor or Secretary lith Add to tho of the following snob bn in or in ing not leas than two hundred voters as by tho the office of the Secretary of of election lust preceding thu of BUeh bank nor shall bo notes exceeding iu amount the amount of capital 7th Add as an additional to follow ately tlm section of the said chapter SBC case thv where the circuiting of any bank or ban It association are payable located In any than two hundred to the last election in of the of State bunk or shall within thirty days this act take with the Dank in city situated iu a which according to two hundred more and bank or bunking association shall an office in or village for tho nf notes such kept open during usual business hours be- the hours and three o'clock for the tation and its notes or holders of any such circulating notes hare inch for payment anil payment thereof mantled cause such note or notes to for at thu so designated in with effect ns if the had been so pre- j i i- i 1 i demanded at j machines nnd corn he began witli a long obituary notice note or notes uro payable when such or i A 3 i i banking have of the suction such bank Ill he made I tit ion si mil not bi to not us nt i machine shop and was just The farni you sold last fall was tho warp mill us were going in one of them and thereby back from dinner girls were you obtained a customer Did you y true but I paid three an array of plaid shawls and hood dollars far it nets deposited stick on the And you made much move than stairs and stalked see what the three dollars by it Now if your in only as factory girls can hurry not Jonathan unaccustomed to such i Very trouble was bors had not maintained that press and The clattering of machinery and the kept it ready for your use you would the been without the means to cd liim for the but being of tise your property But I think I an enquiring turn of your marriage in those much that was calculated to perplex i that cost you one in mechanics No beon confined mostly to And your brother's death was thus shines and corn shelters he began to push vigorous inquiries in all Sec upon the iu ducli notice In tbt in inv bunk or lect or to to of said section it elmll bo tbn duty of tin Bank no sell the for tho of blink bunking unh nf of said pulu Lo in the in auction of tbe of ih Sth Add to be first of section of acquainted successfully with tlie ral economy of the various machines through which cotton progresses in its and and finally the breakers and just as the card stripper was going Mit lowing and bo bo then in S 6th out nil word In no or to curry on tho such or sball with ilm of tills act it is that no bank of circulation MmU bo to curry on such such bunk or association vvith thu law to of exclusive of Uus tim di roc tors or Strike from thn oT chapter tho word and insert in word PO Unit it rend tnn out section minis Home and insert En Mi the insert after tho pay the words with all of from tho section of snid chaptor tho live and lieu tho words ton the tion thn und thu State also add to sain o following in: cose tho Comptroller ho may with the of tho person or so or notes of or SIM 1 the manner above prescribed at u not below pur or nt a sum sufficient to Strike out from tbo of chapter thn suction and insert thereof thu words if in the opinion of the Dank oat tVo'.n Ihu tbo word and in the word und strike nut from the e couny o acne n pace n oi S Chase whoso tens ot will AJd lo tho expire on the Monday ot January next following wordi ills hereby A State Senator for the N inth Senate j nny shall by u vote nf the counties of and ll of stock to iho mu n less Sunk in the place John 1 u to term of office will expire on tlie first Monday of j the secretary or Sinto nf such vote it shall next be the by to AStito Senator for the Dis- comprising the ol Windsor Of tnx ns in the sixteenth section Sun Prairie Medina Blooming chapter on the of the capital Grove Grove Deerfield Verona j hieh it bonn DANIEL BAXTER Attorney and Counsellor at Lair DU SAC nns Ohi a tin I irk ana O Court AW C T NEWELL ANn The Dep- uty County prepared to do all work in mny be uteri bn to tho nl the P with Inmes T WESTERN HOTEL 22 of in place of H Irani H whons such may have commenced He term of office will expire on the the provisions nf this as it may be lawful for any such to business f R 14th Adil to tlie of li nose the words or assistant said twenty-eighth WISCONSIN BY VOLNEY MOORE corner Brick x J t i burp Dunn trose Oregon U ti the county Giles first Monday ot January next A State Senator for the Thirteenth Senate District comprising the county of La Fayetle in place of Philemon B Simpson whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of next A State Senator tor tlie Fifteenth Senate Dis- comprising the counties of Iowa and in llin Lemuel W Joiner whose term of will expire on tho first Monday of January next A State Senator for the Seven teen th Semite District comprising tho towns ot Ruck Fulton Porter Centre Plymouth ark Spring Magnolia Union the city ot in tho county of Rock iir Ihc place of Sutherland whose term of will expire on tho first Monday of hry A State Senator for the Nineteenth Semite District comprising the conn of Gal and in the place of Temple Clark whose tho may Toto of tho stockholders mid i ns the removal of tbo of any banking from tho tlic section tho it not ho lawful lor any other person to such notes in the of snob by proxy or Warrant of at- torney i out from tho thirty-fifth of tho word ninety mill in lieu thereof thu word eighty to tho Haiti thirty-fifth tlon tho words which 911 ah to tlic ordinary business of banking not hi of tho not to pity al tnx of of one por cent as provided in section sixteen of this chapter except for such proportion of tho time as shall since thu first dny of out from thirty-six of said chapter the words two years from the date of paid and insert in IItm thereof tho words throe years from the date of notice 17th Strikeout from tli c thirty-ninth section of paid chapter the folio win if words number of its date and was and Insert and amount term of office will expire on tbo first Monday of January of WHa co returned A State Senator for the Senate j ISth out from section of i the first day of January the termed ping the flats In doing this the large cylinder of the card is exposed and is seen revolving a very ty luwz Kot content with ting the poetry of a safe distance our hero introduce between cards to get a nearer view This movement brought his nether in dangerous proximity the next card and thereby hangs She ro- I say don't slie boss She don't do the stripper you must be very bow you move round amongst this hardware Twas only last week sir that a promising young man from Minot a student at the academy drawn into that very card sir and before any assistance could reach him ho was ran and manufactured into oSTo 16 super extra cotton wrap yarn I I believe you're stuttered Fact continued the stripper and his disconsolate mother came down two days ago and got live bunches of that same yarn as choly relics By that can't be true Fact sir and each of students a skein apiece to be sot in lockets and Worn in re- of departed worth Is that the treuth now Was he really spun and sot in A sense of personal danger here shot across our hero's mind and began to retreat precipitately without waiting for an answer There was not much room to spare betwixt himself and the goering of the card another step backward completed the ceremony of introduction His be- ing of large calibre the process of snarling them up into a hard knot was no ways slow Jonathan gave and by the twentieth tho embodiment the music was melodious Gen Scott himself could not have protested more forcibly against an upon his rear Oh Let go you're go of emu thousand jiml nt nil of this then to j seize ye let alone on me can't The gearing had wound BO A Shito Senator for tlie Twenty third Senate District comprising the towns of Lako Mills card stripper ran oft the belt but the f W II THOMSON or THF ASD Towy with tho Clork of tho Court corner of Broadway nnd Fifth street north of the Methodist Church LIME FOB SALE IS cents per nt tlic Kept con- on linnd at tbe Wisconsin hoo WM August 1858 NOW ready miles np tho river one lintulrrd and fifty They will be sold two to por also a few woll or circle seven dollars per thousand Aug 58 JOHN A Co Dissolution of The heretofore fho of C Co in town Wis is this day dissolved All of tho firm will be settled hy GPO JF Fowle at HENRY 0 PARKS OEO M FOWLE 1858 B L Notary Public nhd Office 19 A State Senator for the Senate District the county of Columbin in place of Moses M Davis whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of January next A State Sf for the Twenty-seventh n tc District comprising the counties of Portage Marathon und Wood in place of Ha whose term of will expire on the first Monday of ary next A State Senator for the Twenty-ninth Senate District comprising tho counties of Green Lake and in the place of W L whose term of office will expire on the first Monday A of Assembly in Assembly District of the state and such County Officers as arc required by law to he elected at finch election At the same election the question will be ken the approval by tlie People of the proposed to the General Banking bv chapter 98 of tne General Laws of 1858 AN ACT to amend chapter four of or for 1862 An Act to of ia SUto Tho of of Wisconsin In and Assembly do as follows Section fonr of of shall bo or printed or written or partly on each of them For to to which shall indicate vote or the election for or ballots pn cast bo in tbe manner aa the vote for State are by law bo ctlnvasscil of Stute shall on tho completion of Saul n statement of- tho result tho official State and shall the same to at the and be sball also to a ropy of this if tho sumo shall have buon and a statement of the result of tho canvass of votes upon this subject ately after the of eaid Approved 151 Givon under my hand and Seal of L S the State at thu Capitol this B W JONES Secretary of State SHERIFF'S SALE Circuit County of against Frederick Frenzel of an execution out of tlie circuit court of Wisconsin for county of to me directed delivered in favor of Ihc ot the business of tanking In the of In the following manner tint tbo H 16 tho of said In witli tho of tho Comptroller insert In llou thereof out the word where It tho section tho euin of and and inmt In lieu tho Sd Bre of Hid ant Inter t in It f Charles and i and real of Frederick Frenzel 1 goods whereon to levy 1 havi ied on described Bte in of Sank and state of sin fo wit and twelve in block thirty-eight 38 Sank l rr i V at City Said wilThe offered for sale lie auction Sheriff's in tho village of on of October at one o'clock in the noon and sold to the highest bidder for cash to satisfy and costs Sheriff momentum cylinder kept revolving and the greon tin supposing it in full ation burst out anew O stop Stop her ain't well and I'd be at And tlie destruction of your Brigg's house by fire You know thoss things are till the authentic accounts of the newspapers sue them O trae And when cousin Splash was out for the Legislature you appeared much gratified at his defense which cost him Yes yes but these things nrc news to the readers cause people to paper No no Squire not if all were like you Now I tell you the day will come when some one will write a very long eulogy on your life and acter and the printer will put it in type with a heavy black line over it und with all your riches this will lie done for you as a grave for a.pauper Your wealth liberality all things spoken of printer's boy as ho spells the words in arranging the these saying will remark of Poor mean devil ho is even an obituary ing Squire OP Jons was ia in which From Missouri St Louis Democrat Sept 15 The True latent and Meaning of Douglas Freeport Speech threatened the South for a federal slave code It is a outgrowth of the doctrine that slavery ition It iis a ton Constitution no incident in tlie result of the dominance of the career of Senator Douglas created more National Democracy in the councils of Except his opposition to the is a beneficent institution n Constitution no incident in the result of the domil surprise than his exposition of the modes in which the people of a tory may abolish slavery The most the country It is a full and ed assertion of the political dogma that slavery is national and of the judicial devoted adherents of popular decision that it overspreads all the wero staggered at an i territories It is a natural though un- tion of that doctrine which elevated it and astounding development of above the constitution as expounded by the Drod Scott decision To the uninitiated among whom we class if wore the lineaments of the doctrine of a higher law than the law of the land Reasoning by analogy it was at once perceived that if the people of a Territory could defeat and the tion of the United States the people of a State could do it with at least equal propriety If the Territory of Kansas for instance by unfriendly legislation could abolish slavery or any other in- guaranteed by the supreme law South Carolina by tho same means could nullify the revenue rights of the Federal Government and setts render the fugitive slave law It is no answer to this to say that nullification is a prevalent doctrine in South Carolina and slavery And who so fit to lead this new crusade as He is the author of the ka It was under his lead that the restriction on slavery was abolished free soil left a prey to Southern He was the advocate for the when they were trampling down popular sovereignty iu Kansas and extinguishing civil mid political rights in blood and anarchy When Southern invaders were ing the lives and property of Yankees he a Yankee born und bred had no complaint to utter except complaints of the abolitionists It is but iit that he who did these things should now propose that the Federal himself at its head should march into the Territories as a slavery propaganda jij IB nu LU nuts it nullification is a prevalent doctrine gyves m one hand and South Carolina and Massachusetts lash a When the sovereignty of the lic it I to get at the Presidency He is of climbing but he shows an alacrity in sinking to tho tom of any baseness Tho one ing act of his life was his opposition to the Constitution and that ho was driven to by the exigencies of his position in Illinois and his with tho President That one tion into honest action he is now ready atone fur by proposing a transcend the sovereignty of the United a Federal Government is im- possible Such a form of government can only be maintained by maintaining the supremacy of the federal laws Bur the Constitution is more sacred than an act of Congress mid it is the tion which Territorial tures according to Senator Douglas might defeat and render nugatory by unfriendly legislation lie seemingly i ascribed a higher sovereignty to for territories Be it tories which arc the mere creatures of that it IB his own organ not the Federal Government than Calhoun i tlie Democrat which places him in thm did to States which are the position oldest and inost whence tho powers of the of Democracy eral Government are derived Tho m Virginia which is wedded sovereignty States as implied in the dogma that they possess a right to the laws of Congress and secede from would be a ty incompatible with the existence tunes assigns this ns the rationale of his Freeport speech Nor is it much more odious than the previously ed interpretation ol that Nullifying the constitution and the Federal Republic but the the supreme in th rial or squatter sovereignly edged by Douglas in his speech was apparently the most cal and revolutionary form of that through a part of trine which has yet been proclaimed he was i We decline to pursue the argument to During the time he stopped a night at all its logical consequences Suffice it an the forks of the road The to say that it seemed the most odious inn keeper was a line gentleman and j embodiment of higher law that it con- one of the first families of tho an appeal from the Supreme Knowing who his dis- Court to tumultuous town meetings guest was he endeavored use Douglas own during tho evening to draw him into i that it was an ascription of sovereignty conversation but failed in all his efforts and supremacy to mobocracy So it But in tho morning when Mr seemed and so it was understood dolph was ready to set out he But a new i's thrown on the for which on presented subject by the Richmond in 1 CT A I V i i i 11 i I I 1 was paid The landlord still anxious to have some conversation with him began as follows Which way are von traveling Mr Randolph said Mr Randolph with a look of displeasure I said the landlord which way are yon Have I paid you my Do I anything more No going just where I please do you Yes The landlord by got and Mr Randolph drove oft but to the landlord's surprise in a few minutes sent one of his servants to enquire which of the forks of the road to take Mr Randolph being in hearing distance the landlord spoke at the top of his voice Mr Randolph owe one cent just take which road you It is said that the air turned blue with the curses of News LETTING OUT DANIEL WEBSTER HY THIS Webster was called upon by an old gentleman of et to undertake a cause for him the argument of which was approaching and his client asked what would be his terms said Mr W I cannot ar- gue under one thousand dollars for though the case is not a heavy one it will require me to hang about the court Father wants the steers and mother's for a week and I should be as willing oing to bake Stop the tarnal to be actually engaged for a week as een can't Oh dear I'll i to lose my time way can't ye be and Oh dear I'll i spun and sot my tme way said the client if I give lockets I wish I was a thousand dollars will you argue any other cause in which you might be 1 T H to hum The card was stopped at last but Jonathan's clothes were so entangled in the gearing that it was no small task to extricate Othello Certainly The bargain was closed article which will be in our columns this morning It will bo remembered tlint the Richmond journal for a Federal Slave Code for the Territories and insists that the nominee of the Charleston Convention shall be pledged to that measure The same condition is proposed by other journals and the j tion is that it will be thu next turn of the slavery las has been strenuously supported ing his canvass by the journal has constantly interposed in his favor since his lion It has done all in its power to prevent his being unchurched by the elders of the party It is the of the ition for the succession in 1800 las has been announced by the central organ of his party in Illinois as a for the nomination nt Charleston The revelations of the Richmond exhibits the platform and the Code lor tlie ies and Douglas Thus will the Lecompton men regain the votes of the South and wrest the inside track from Buchanan Hunter and the rest of that faction The Freeport speech was a preliminary to this ment Douglas has foreshadowed in that speech the terms which he will concede to the South if they give him the nomination for the In the language of the jEnq he has come forward boldly to point out to Southern men the exact locality and nature of the nuisance to which they are subjected He has proclaimed tho truth that the act and i the Dred decision are of t land is perhaps equally with direct propagation of slavery by the federal government But the gives the correct he advises former in order that a pretext may be given for the latter gentleman having in his possession ton or twelve hundred dollars on a certain banking institution away out West went np to the ov one fine morning and addressed in the following Good Beautiful er sir 1 have something over a thousand money in my you The teller Good morning smiles ly nnd We redeem we do not pay specie Do not pay specie hey? Suspend- ed I suppose What do you redeem them with was the next question With bills on other replied the clerk most pleasantly And presume arc paying probably they arc ing very politely Well then what kind of bills can you Most any kink sir Give you Red Cit Can't stand it Well how's Gray Wouldn't give a straw for a barrel of it What do you say to Black Taint worth a Well I'll try and accommodate you with It wouldn't be of any I don at all Wild Cat t want your infernal Red Cat Gray Cat Black Cat White Cat or Tom Cat I wouldn't use it to litter n horse with Haven't you got some money on Eastern Eastern banks are principally ie paying institutions If not Eastern then have you i any other banks that do pay No bowing most Well then drawing his package from his pocket with a desperate ex- countenance can on that does nay specie t snivel 101 tni 01 t in the territories Have o very loud and looks as if we no to be thankful for this Iowa Gaz we no honest lesson It is true teaching and it behooves Southern men to heed the The old only just conclusion which man having an eye to business applied from it Congress must intervene tv i I 1 f i IV t he was not easily and it was to several persons in slavery in tlie l t T only by cutting out of the invested territory that he was finally released What are you abont here ed the owner entering stripping answered the stripper Jonathan not caring to resume his well disposed seeking with de- pursuit of knowledge under from the a pair of were search wholly loaned him steers on a fast walk towards home j bad cases on the issue list and made j It would be absurd to suppose the his own terms for Mr Webster's would place Douglas in this ees and actually received four Uo dollars beyond what he paid and be- sides that gained his own cause too A mind of i 11 V i i The artist under every form series of short kicks and every line sees another lie form and line of more perfect grace self that had his aod beauty not understand do not possess what we do Hasty people drink tlie nectar of existence scalding hot In character in manners in position unless it had Con- all tilings the supremo excellence i the relations which prevail be- simplicity him and Wise and between tlie Sentiments join to Enquirer and both no other inference opinions divide can be drawn from its article than we have stated Richmond and The manifesto from the manifesto from Freeport are each the complement of the other and together they constitute the outlines of a platform for the next Presidential contest on which tho iorm of the little giant stands in bold A true history of the needle would be a talc of manifold of sighs emancipation broken hearts and premature deaths Never chase a lie and it will run itself to death You caw work out a good character much faster We recently commented on the any one can lie out of it
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