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Baraboo Republic (Newspaper) - October 28, 1858, Baraboo, Wisconsin WISCONSIN EXPECTS TO DO HIS DUTY ETC P S Vol BAMBOO SATO COUNTY WISCONSIN THURSDAY OCTOBER 28 1858 EL W KELLOGG A 5 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY SOUTH OF THB YEAK IS ADVANCE by Throo 41 Four anil olio to t no 1 60 400 2 H 000 lion 1000 2000 rl rri AM GENERAL ELECTION NOTICE SHERIFF'S OFFICE or I thereof with tho Governor and I out tho u Tenth eighth ninth tenth apU of 4th out thu of said ter tho following portion of SHid and the bills or notus the payment of shall ho by the A General Election is to be held in anil railroad shall be al ToWn in ond of November next at M aio of RATES 07 Q wnH One Column to 2 If 2.00 i mnl 6.00 600 1200 il 00 JOB OF B IS S on short notice SAUK 0.0 U NTY BANK HA BABOO WISCONSIN CAPITAL muler tlic of Stato is prepared to transact in part of United Suites ami OH Englund Ireland antl and EXCHANGE bought and sold nt favorable rates INTEREST paid on Special Deposits T THOMAS SIMEON AMI IK tt Dn H Story of lido nf Uio Invites the public to a services anil Ins Teeth set upon or liy Lnml o or no ST D five in 1 iru tho voids In- tlm thu by nelsons In thia State also the to bo in tho 3ci tion thu and by HIP or of State 6th Add to tho of mid tho anil such bank shall bo I elected in Uio annexed of a notice from the ol State also of Assembly in tho North in place of Samuel nnd of Assembly in tho South bly District in place of S H Bassinger whose several of office will expire on the clay preceding the first Monday ot January Also n Deeds in place ot James W 1 a Sheriff in place of J 33 Donovan a Clerk of County Board of visors in H hotter a of Court in ol Mortens a in of Henry a Disti iet Attorney in place ot n Surveyor in ot ah Dait and a Coroner in of E Martin whose several terms of office will expire on the clav of December A 1858 September J E H Copy of General Election Notice from the ifon W Jones Secretary of State to the Sheriff of County Riven that at the General v u- in several towns wards arid precincts in the Shite of nin on the Tuesday next succeeding the the dny of the following officers are to bo elected lo wit A in Congress for the First Disti iet the Racine Wai worth and i the of John F Potter whose term will on the fourth day ot SHERIFF'S Circuit of September A Zt 1838 Egbert of the estate of Barbary John James Steele Holbert loyal C Anderson C Theodore McNamee P Putter H M W Pierce leister M Clark William E1 Flanders Abijah M Alonzo Hyde James Levi P tun S Cutler Titus Ez ately tho of tho full the the of any barkov bunking uro in any thim tuo to In ho of State h or hie association within thirty this with the Bunk a in pome city nr a township to snld two ov null oni nn in such city or tot Uio on of its such bo kept open during muni bo- tho lion's and lor thu Ufon payment ot its notos or ho of any such may harp suth may such noli March next arc A in for tho District the counties of Adams Had Ax Buffalo Burnett Clark Dunn Grunt Green k sn t n 1 tonn o will expire on tho fourth day ot and the f in of of door of rhe cour in tlie town of on of March ui SHERIFF'S SALE Circuit Court County of September Term 1858 Henry J und John Jr against J August Koella John Joshua Klines Ranguel Augustus H John William O Skillman F Smith V Machete H Albert Rover Charles E A inns 11 Uriah M Ipe G Avery T John A Bartlett Daniel G William H Stern L Barrett Henry W V John II Premiss Jr D Jones beit D Junes 0 Jones and Edward II Sears By virtue of a judgment and of fore- closure and sale in the above entitled cause on the seventh day of September From Ilio National Democrat Judge Dunn a The reason for the suspicions silence of the Democratic Congressional Con- vention for tlie Second District in tlie matter of a platform has at length transpired In that District as where throughout the Slate there are and chanan and Douglas men in the party ranks Even with a united vote they do not look for success while with divided forces they know that defeat would be Hence when they nominated Judge Dunn the Con- vention set up no platform Judge to run on his own merits arid catch if he could the vote of both factions 28 Slavery National Of course the people of a Territory they frame their State tion may adopt or exclude but while they are a Territory if fail to protect property invested iu personal or industrial capacity of the they grossly violate equal and therefore are not themselves The whole is this simple right or not right to protective to slace property in the Federal tories and as the Charleston suggests it must constitute the issue vf 1 MooL I From The right of property in slaves tho fallowing described in the circuit court of Wisconsin for iho county I section number fifteen township thirteen with like ns if tlm hull so Jin lit ot nn king Viiwi vHr tin or not compelled their notes nt tlie such ahull o first Comptroller hall orion loh notion to bo published In thu nnd in miy or bunking lact or n tn conform to nf said section it U the Banli Comptroller to n-ll the lor Ihu if Ilio noti's ol such or nut ol proceeds pule to snub In ii section twenty-four of Uio net of AM to the tonn of will from that of liny i in Otb out all after ho Mont ill find insert no rsou or to cany until such person nr on bal hi vo wit tin of nnd it no hunk of circulation bs ill lowed to on such such bank or have with Iho tbi by law to tho union it ol of r bv or 10th tho of inr Mui word nnU III tlm t that It ruid Leix out words insert in lieu orth of ranse fix east in tho Mineral district and from along the west line of lol three seven chains tn tho bed of lite creek to u point from which boors a tice six inches in diameter south seventy-six degrees oust nrd distant ten links south eighty nnd degrees enst two nnd ton inches in de- oust four to a which bears a eight en devices west distant tlm minutes throe und ninety linte north 0 east four und nine links to a stake a six in north fin sis links smith fifty degrees fifty minutes five chains nnd links to a pine is inches in smith fifty degrees east to the cental of Doll Creek up saiJ creek smith seventy-seven degrees fifteen one chain eighty-six links fiom suuth two and forty-five mini IPS east two chains and twenty-six links soalh fifty-nine degrees east four B u o ar o E P A T H i o T C W A T M S T in ho Id of tho north lx K with House STEVENS MILES AT SAUK O STKVKSH ly LAW REMINGTON Office Uio in triot compi the county of if oi J whose tei will expire on the first Monday of Stato Senator for the Fifth Senate sixth ami seventh wards nf tho city of Milwaukee as in tho towns of and in the county of in the lil ice of August whoso of will expire on thf first of next A SUile lor tho Seventh Senate Dis- of in place whoso term ot will expire on tho Hist Hominy of next A Ninth Senate D s rie tlm counties of Adin and Sank in the place of John T Kingston office will on the Monday ot foi In Eleventh Senate Dis- tho towi s of lil York Burke Sun J edma Court C C ASH 0 hoe in the Court House and of to the quarter of tho north-west of two 2 in nino 9 north of tango number six 0 east or less also lot number nine in block number fifteen in the illume of City also about five acres of land in twelve 12 township number nine 0 of range number six 6 east at a and roils fiom the west line of William Conk thence westerly nn north line of the roud or way eight and rods thence erly to a road nnd one- quarter and south Uni of said or land will bo sold to the bidder for to satisfy said and costs J E DONOVAN Sheriff it 1856 SHERIFF'S SALK Circuit Court County of Sank Abbott Fuller and Wells By virtue of a judgment the States is now This plan however is likely to fail ls well as legally ruach oi the indiscretion of some over- federal legislative rut in the Territories the case is It is not that the decision of tho prevents and all its delegates from tlie tion of a must be positive ley illative enactment a civil and code for the p-i is bitter in its denunciations of las This is what tho correspondent in question who writes under date of Prairie du Sept says of Dunn mid Senator Dunn in a National De emo- crat in every sense of the word and we all re aril liis nomination as equivalent to his election Judge Douglas has no admirers at least very few here The Democrats cannot sympathize with any man who professes to be a Democrat yet wars against the Administration and votes with its enemies The singular course which he has pursued has excited nothing but tempt in the mind of every reasonable man especially those who have stood aloof from politics and have taken no farther interest than to read the report of his speeches and acts during the faction of slave property in the tories ought to be provided containing a shivery men tho power of the inl Legislature is all for purpose in other Territories it least doubtful whether will exercise this and no power to compel such exercise In such a ease of omission and under the present state of legislation if not all J pend upon the loyalty and efficiency the President of the United Ile it is who appoints the Executive and Judiciary It will the duty of tho President to hold to a zealous of their several offices wo n id sixty-five links from south closure and degrees two chains and cause mi he Ih is Wells i ast months His vacillating i cordially unite wilh the in and decree ol excited disgust in the minds the assertion that the next Democratic nl in tlie above entitled once jjjs nominee for the Presidency should bo the words lit Ihu person c r lo tho nn of PO f ro sold by of or ml I surli up said w anil ol where nty prepared to o all work HOTEL uny o of office will expire on first of next A State Senator for thu Thirteenth Disti id the county of La in the of Philemon B whose term of will expire on Monday ol for Fifteenth Semite Dis- Uio counties of Towa and in tlie place of Lemuel W whose term of office will expire on tho hrbt Monday of Senator for tlie Distiict comprising the towns of rifl nnf mcli by n roto of a nf tin stock to Ilin lo un not than to it of such vi it LII thu liy to permit en -id to il tpr miili to In Ilio ol inn v mi tlm amount of ruiluoi-cl by tlm may upon ft tut n os udovc tin of Mio of of any bun From association may its to Uio of tlm to any t u of t muy for any such association to 14th AcUl action nf mill thu anil tho or also lo Mill notion Clio and It bv miy to notes in Ilio name of cither bj proxy or of Strike out fiom thirty-fifth section of MOORE On tho MANSION HOUSE ion 10 I lie T will expire on tiie first Monday of A fnv the DiKti ict comprising the counties of Calumet and in the place of Temple Chirk whose term of office will expire on the first Monday of for the Twenty-first Senate the county of in place of Edwin Wheeler whoso of of- will expire on the first Monday of January Senator for the third SennU District the towns of Lake Mills and in the county of Jefferson Samuel O Benn whoso term at not In liquidating tho affair of sociation mid chilli not lio required il 0110 por cont ui Ill of thu clapped tho first Oay of rhat 10th Strike out section of chapter MIYO of and in throe years from Hie 17th from section of its date anil by whom it wai and in lion the and of hills ISth out section of tor the words until the first day of January A n 1800 Sec At tho to bo on tin Piles duy next the Iu hi tho year ono nnd at al the usual places ot In this SMito election of all by linr tobe art or Ii any in forco shall bo to the nml sumo 1.0 by a of nil th on thu it go into It not KO or In any manner bp In force votes on In shall bo by ballot and finks n six in diameter south and distant 010 and links i.orlli thirty-one wcsi the center of rood one mid to line or the me of Cendrick to m point hears i in thirty ind degrees west links eight inches in mid west ix links thence north west along tho sorth land twelve links to the of ami northerly west line to the middle of Dell Creek mil at the place of con- two acres of livid said Tand moie or i a part of lot number three of fifteen iu township thirteen oj innai number six the an of magnetic fiom tmo being six degrees east Said pieces or parcels of laud will he sold to the highest bidder fo ash tu said and costs J E DONOVAN C 0 Sept SOUi 1858 SHERIFF'S SALE Circuit of Saul September A D 1858 W against Sarah J t Charles Colber 0 Sumnel Marshall F Miles Henvy M By virtue of a judgment and decree of fore and in the above entitle utilise on tlie seventh dny of September 1856 in the circuit court of for the count of Sank I will a door of the court house in the town of on day of March at one in the the described premises situate in tho comity of Sank state of section ilor of the east 00 In the section W mi the line sixty 30 s to a place of rut hundred ul i lore or sa il will be sold lo tho highest bidder for ish to satisfy said and J E t PHI s Sept 1856 I pledged to protection ol slave in all the Territories And we go It is very tlint laws of slava property iu thu territories The code of Federal iufllcient for this purpose Carl Schurz's Speech New York Tribune publishes speech of Curl at 1 T SHERIFF'S SALE of Sunk Term A tobert C Field against Isano B virtue of n and of fore- Insure in the on clay of the of Wisconsin for die county of I will sell at public motion nt oor of the court in the town of n of Murli at one o'clock n the after i 0011 tho in Ilin enmity nf and of Wisconsin to the the qn of section ei four and the of four in of of land will bn to HID lipst bidder lor ens jud costs 1 R B W SOUi SHERIFFS SALE Circuit of Sank Curtis Noll nnd Nolt By virtue of a judgment find of and vile in above mill dny of September nf Wisconsin fm nf Wisconsin to the of the north-west of of town ten north of inns said forty sai will be sold to the highest bul J S Tiff's 18 cents per nt the kiln Kept Hantly ou at tho Wisconsin koo koo August 1858 ready at Slough throe miles nn JN the river one hundred mid fifty thousand Brick They will ho sold fiom two tn fire thousand a few or brick nt seven per thousand Aug 58 21 JOHN SECKER ACn th Dissolution of The heretofore existing e name of Henry C Co in Wis is this day dissolved All the firm will be settled hj Geo il at Watertown HENBY C PARKS FOWLS Watertown Aug B L Notary Public and Office with C Armstrong IS District Ilio counties Unite ind in place of 1 tei in of office will expire on the firs of January A Member of Assembly in each Assembly Disti ict of t lie state ond County tire required by law tobe elected at sucb election At the same election tlie question be ken upon the approval by People of the proposed to the General by chapter 98 of tnc General Laws of AN ACT to four thn of Wisconsin for the your An Act to tbo business of lu Ilio Stole of Wisconsin Tlie of of In us Suction four Hud of An to Stale of Is in tho 1st out tho word it OKur in ths first suction of in connection of th nod Insert In thereof tho thu ro It occurs in tlie the wotil ot thereof tho words the of said Given under my nnd the Seal of L S the fit tho in Madison this ISth ilay of C IV JONES Secretary of Stato insert in Him 3d Strike ont tlie p iti McUen of Ibc wordt and m lieu SHERIFF'S SALE Circuit of against Frederick By of an execution out of the circint court of for the county of to me directed and delivered in favor of nnd against tho goods and real estate of Frederick Frenzel for goods and to levy I havi ied en the following described ate in the county of Sank and state of sin to wit eleven 11 nnd twelve 12 in block thirty-eight 38 in tlie village of Sank City Said lots will be offered for sale at lic auction nt the Sheriff's office in the house in tho of the day of at one o'clock in the after- noon to the highest bidder to satisfy said judgment and T E Sheriff end of the the river jown the north bank of lc L r to a point fifty 50 rods south of line in said section thence north and one-half degrees west 44 rods thence thirty-six 35 rods lo the of beginning containing and sixty-one 48 acres of excepting and reserving J out and from said piece described SHERIFF'S SALE County February Term A D Ambrose and Stanley to Their plan to keep mum i to Judge Dunn's n's aud run in man on the sly if by ic help votes Tho prompt however set up in tho Chicago Herald to Judge as a 1 e a Buchanan in very sense of the will have ol arousing the electors f Second District to a realizing ense of position and their duty A Droll President In a late number of Albany Eve Wood tells us i droll President we got in the concise He the House witli i promise of freedom to and a for il Ji lie declared and in six weeks was himself 1 was dry with which ho pledged he he had drained the treasury ts last dollar Before tho printers were done stereotyping his inflexible determination never to borrow lie was in Wall street soliciting a loan He congratulated the country on tlie final ond of shivery agitation 1 Certainly one of the and clearest expositions yet made of thu chief political questions to be settled in pending clue lions is given iu the speech by the Carl of Wisconsin which we publish in ink on- ol had been agitating it ever since lie ordered to stop and then recalled him for doing Walker of Nicaragua ho pronounced an outlaw and tendered him the of the White House Walker of Kansas ho furnished with written instructions and turned him out foi obeying them He withheld the troops from Utah where he proclaimed there was war in order to keep them in Kansas where he insisted all was peace He Forts at the west for a tithe of then cost in order to buy sites at the east at ten times their subordinates er column Mr a in Germany linds that the parly in this country which stands for tli principles of Democracy is that of the He speaks with an forces and prove him an invaluable tion to his adopted country This is a deserved tribute to Mr Ife is one ol the and profound political speakers of the day and what is more he speaks the genuine sentiments of his His political are not tvrs of convenience and expediency but the convictions of an en lightened mind and a hearl is rapidly acquiring a national and people of hin il they have another v to show their appreciation of the shameful verdict oi Journal C C ilr has won or himself an enviable reputation by the forward industrious and manly course ho has taken during thu time has held his hi firm determination and perseverance in securing for his constituents that which their interests lessness ho has shown when coming in contact with the impetuous of the for the diligence never-ceasing care ho to be always at his post where his votes have for ti Right for Freedom for Humanity and for Justice Cad in with Elihu and Israel whose before noticed and whose re- in both oases pocketing the difference is a fixed will now lie is continually asking for new steam to Washington with the sea of stamped indelibly on their brows ami h part thereof ly described in a bearing I out and from said piece so much und sue mentioned olid M date tlie day ol n ISoO by F and their wives to and James A Maxwell also subject to a louse to Beniamin L Brier of one lot and one inches of water now used bun for a carding machine and a dated April 18th 1854 given by t Flanders and wife to Lane and to a in favor of John S about hundred dollars Said premises will bo sold to the highest bidder for caSU to satisfy said judgment and costs Sheriff's Office Sept 17 th 1853 J E DONOVAN B Sheriff's June 8th 1858 8 Attorney State of Circuit Court Eira B Against of n of of le of on the 6th day of N Win M to conny ft r cMb tho 1 n Co nf to low Iho ot Ironton county and writ en In tlie Uio plat of said Tillo i Tt dlot Ix 1 two G 1858 Liu J but he will not use those he has either on the coast of Africa or in the Gulf of Mexico He sends out a steamer ostensibly to catch the but with private orders in the Captain s desk to do nothing of the sort ng to be the most frugal ol Presidents spent more than any of his pre- Assuming to be above party he makes the basis even of his invitations to dinner i THE CHANGES OF Charles J Faulkner now a candidate for the leadership of the democracy of Virginia twenty years ago declared in the Virginia ture Sir tax our our country carry the sword of extermination through our defenceless villages but us I implore you spare -us the curse o bitterest drop their acts as they ever have been wiU je a seal of condemnation upon tho of Buchanan and the Slav Propaganda gen orally We wish there were two hundred and thirty-six ot the Washburn and that they were all members of Min Pt Tribune Tho Castings of Iron says a New Voik piper undertaken in the United aro nearly finished They are for the Cap itol building at Madison and 12 each 50 fl in height and 4 ft 2 inches diameter Milwaukee speaking of the sull of the recent elections We have abundant reason to bo ree than }t cl
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