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Fond Du Lac Weekly Commonwealth (Newspaper) - March 16, 1859, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin Dollars pc additional square one 4 inches 400 3 In in length of col 1 1 00 Insertion 35 for head after the cent by writ ten directi oils ll be charged accordingly i ramie fdr regular when desired JP w our office we to exec ate orders for Handbills Pamphlets Election Tickets Tickets on lO UN J Co j Dealers in Conf Toys Yankee opposite Block and successors to Dr on treet of Lewis House Pond E L nil Cm C 0 Attorney r at law with Judge Robert Hint Lot others praise the lino on thy face t Thine eyes Muo J j And mien of faultless Those charms I freely own But a Ligher Twill lost when beauty's flown Thy charm of Blind cf years may qu The brightness of thine i uench eye The cheek's vermillion dye Tny lose its voice its sweet control naught can e'er efface The beauties of thy soul What's but That blooms in summer's rayl When shower Its will fade away mind's a rich perfume lose Its bloom Stars gem tne vault of last hues decline As the even ray they Thus in the night of youth's gay light is bright the soul appears Than e'er it shone before The leaves when an turn blusters tree and tlie But falling show rich clusters to the Thus in Thy beauty but A soul N H Sentinel Encouraging sellers and ubr selling let occur where it cause of prohibition where encourages tlie of I pleased to see by the of Feb that a great gained cause of tera- in Essex Co Mass Tlie article in the Traveller was credited to the of the Herald The Court of for Essex County was then in session I will give ah extract from the The lignor sellers of this County are feeling that the strong arm over them and that they too will soon be called upon to join the martyrs gone to in regulated institutions at and twelve whose sentences jet been pronounced Lave been convicted at the present term of the Court is still large mimber of The To tlie Electors j A Democratic of March nominated a candidate office of Justice of the Supreme Court On day of cans composed of ture and of citizens from of the State convened by previous notice with a despotic by a firm independent But this last defense of the nnd the rights of a Sovereign State are surrendered to the Slave sun of has set and the darkness of Despotism overshadows the last bulwark of Liberty Let then every citizen who values children who would unanimity designated Byron Paine not install the principles of Judge court on the bench of the Supreme Tlie President St Clair Plata Time by a- sharp course re- the Flats were yesterday noon in tho nf same office Miller's of Ozaukee one of 3 Court Democratic If Droved a Mr Lynde is the candidate of Wisconsin who would on the platform the Buchanan Democracy Mr Paine by the voice of the can press generally by the suffrages of the leading Republicans of State the vote first of a Republican Legislative Convention and afterward by a the united with other Republicans met at the capital for of a as the Republican candidate So for as both the candidates are con- cerned there was never greater manifested by either parly in the choice of have had the benefit of -able counsel in tt candidate for Associate Justice of the a majority of the eases but it avails j Court unquestionably the ing in this County if facts in the case i choice of their respective parties for the 31 rff and See uT SI ou Forest St three doors bit A ia Gravel mock J Jt Stono up Office In at Law Office i promptly tf T Wisconsin Candle Tav B T A Lawyers is LETT P A Homeopathic residence First corner Marr Fond selU Clock and Sliver Warn opposite Astor Mai 1 St Food du Lac A Tailor Dealer in Made FAKS Dealers in Dry Goods Goods Groceries Crockery Jcc Main Street Fond TV 2 Marlins and in Drugs and HI o Oils Acids ice s Shawls Amory Block Street Fond du K 4 Medicines Stationery at old stand Hain S House Ihas about 70 well furnished and convenient rooms administer to tlie wants of trustworthy with team Wholes j pot where will be found Shell Oysters or the best af r lo Oyster De- all Fresh Can at prices OP Lac at curron rates of A- -O ff Civil Engineer I guilty Surveyor Office at hb Id residence on ir- Street on the from the Metti lie if also n Notary and wil with blanks to Deeds or Mortgage alter surreys It nnd Toiler K I Doimer fc Store corner ol Mam I icd second streets All those or will warranted to FOSTER by This is a large aod recently up accommodation o the and conveniently where the tars tn share of public is it of Assets SOtli June J5 Tin i continues to insure in port nml their household furniture property generally Loss or by Qre on Losses and promptly paid V T Gibson l OF Office Corner Main and forest This bank has just been organized under the banking law of tills State i bona fido capital and ia noir to attend I to business of Banking in all its forms j Joan Bannister H Martin Edward B F I Moore A Q S E nini Moore President A O Buggies Cash C City nnd County Auctioneer Ko 137 Main Street near tlie Post the occupied in 1 lj County Sales of Merchandize Household Stock and Utensils fcc attended to promptly in any part of the County on application as above the I tion Koom Saturday at 11 o'clock A M- Lac WU THE BEAUTIFUL AT Picture Gallery tSf They excel style in beauty and TIKES IX IJS STJ B AKCJE OF CAPITAL WITH A SURPLUS B S t- Mills and Personal generally at rates consistent with the assumed HOUSES And their contents insured for a term of years on the favorable terms Particular attention is to branou by this company Losses promptly paUl nlStf V Agent SAS GAS is an new invention a front Is i to coal cas and much cheaper jAmp makes gas a about The importance of I be appreciated we it brings the of Teach The Streets of every be at a cost K Rn light with no outlay bnt toe it bare for Parlors Churches mil prices from four Also various V warrant all to perform not the money in all cases 1 Mr Pecksniff in tlis House Two years ago Mr James inaugurated President of the United States on occasion Lo put quadrennial mary of oily words we find the importance to the nance of Constitution and Union duty of free from tho taint or en the suspicion ic virtue is the vital spirit of history proves this ias decayed and tho love of money ias usurped its place although tho forms of iree government may remain a season the substance has ed forever Nearly twenty months later Mr Buchanan was urged to attend a at Pittsburgh of the taking of Eort Du He declined but sent a sympathizing from which we quote as follows I shall assume the privilege of ad- years in referring to another dangerous evil In the last age although our fathers like selves were divided into political tics which often had severe conflicts with each yet wo never heard until within- a recent period of the em- ployment of money to carry elections Should this practice increase until the voters and their Representatives in the State and Legislatures shall become infected ths fountain of Free Government will then be ed at its and wo must end as history proves in a military despotism A democratic Republic all agree not long survive unless sustained public virtue When this is ed aud the people become venal there is a canker at tho root of the tree of liberty which must cause it to wither aud die But between the utterance of the Inaugural aforesaid and the sending of the letter from which we have just quoted Mr Buchanan we take one case to whole course of cy had received from Col W C terson of Philadelphia ths following Sept 13 DEAR venture to suggest to you the importance of awarding the contracts for the machinery ot the sloop Yard at this time and ii it can bo clone out to tho public service to Mertick Sons Theirs is the only establishment in the 1st District which employs a large number of mechanics at this time 300 iu lull work 450 The managing Mr M's son being absent in bad health arc full of energy straining every nerve to keep during this and in so lar as I the only Old Whigs of any influence in that Dis- in favor of the re tion of Col Florence from former experience the value of that influence and feel persuaded that it is the interest of the Democratic party to increase it District will if be ried in any event but with that shop at work full handed two weeks prior to the election the result would I placed all doubt much respect PATTERSON TlIE PRESIDENT Ths letter was the Secretary of the Navy by the President with this The enclosed letter from Col terson of Philadelphia is submitted to the attention of the Secretary of the Navy Of course Mr Secretary Toucy pait the attention and o course Messrs the contract they bid for though the bid of the Novelty Works City was below theirs Of course Col Florence got all possible help from the Old Whigs and their concern full of workmen and by this and sim ilar appliances returned to th next Congress the thousand majority are convincing Old Essex was ever a abiding County and whether it be a liquor law or any oilier will do Ler duty 13 and Thirteen cases contested with great ity perseverance wont up to the Court oti exceptions and re- turned by the Supreme Court to the Court of for sentence The tence in each case was the House of Cor- a longer or Shorter term twelve months being the in a large of cases a fine also there were ten new cases at this term all to the House of Correction and also fined In Sullivan County in this State at the Couit held there recently three cases vere sentenced for liquor selling Thomas Barrett of and Henry Bowman of tried on four indictments con- on two and On the tlie -y were to agree lie was costs on each which lie paid Every time tlxv is sustained the friends of temperance may feel encouraged And I think the time will come when the doubtful and the wavering who have feared it was not best to resort to law from the on- principled dispensers of waters of Death will be convinced ELSIE February 22 1859 THE POSITION or THE the debate or popular sovereignty recently in tlie Senate the position of the cy was defined by its loading members as Brown of Mississippi He gave the Senate warning that if the Legislature of Kansas undertook to abolish slavery the people of his State and a large portion of the South would come to Con- gress demanding protection office they are designated to fill and are fair exponents of the principles and policy of these parties CHARACTER OF THE CANDIDATES the Slave Power and give his the met the timpny iniquities of the Fugitive Slave Act Scott and administration of Buchanan and who would aid in establishing the sings of liberty and of a free government for himself and his posterity not forget that eternal vigilance is the price of and on the first Tuesday of April next for Byron Paine KING S Committee HORACE hundred thousand dollars for the capitol to purchase old hucks for Paraguay for the ton more local j Ctd in p Wm P Lynde a useless ov tion Democrat sympathizing with tlie are all politic and constitutional Democracy ia opposition to glag a firm believer in the Fugitive Slave ia tha eye of the democracy and its the rules tto Upon a vigilant ol enforcing the Fugitive Slave Act and in the judicial of the District Court is a Republican known throughout the State as a lawyer of nent ability of impartial judgment and of unquestioned integrity As cases ho won a ratio rial we 11 as a Slate reputation He asserted and de- feuded signal ability the by Judge Smith and afterward by the Supreme it is the right and duty of the State to protect the liberties of its citizens the unconstitutional and rights of the State against the or judicial encroachments of the federal government To elect Judge Paine is to sustain the ition of our Supreme Court in opposition to the Fugitive Slave Act and maintain the character of our State as the defender of Liberty To elect Mr Lynde would be led rights an clement which in- to the next Presidential contest and it was right they should where they stood Mr Mason of Virginia said shall the arbitrary and despotic decrees of Judge Miller in favor of Slavery prevail as the settled policy of the al character political considerations nnd They pecuniary interests all sink into This re- cance compared with the Great Question r Town P also soil County fit fair JOHN 1 So no voice south of the Potomac at if Luis Act was to be to remit the rights of the South the Territories from both Congress and Court to the inhabitants of for the time being tlie tales would la recreant to their lionor if arc any candidate standing upon a a solitary vote And if it to be o signal for tiie dissolution of the party et it be dissolved and the sooner the er would find no builder or plank or the reconstruction of the platform on uch a basis in tlie whole Southern Mr Gwin of California said ho understood the as it was now interpreted by the Senator from Illinois he never would have for it He called upon others oled for it to state if they so understood It was evident that somebody was heated Mr Davis of Mississippi Territorial Legislature no r not delegated then could it get the power to t could assert that power nly by the right rising in against this government and their Mr Missouri They only a rumor of the act of abolishing slavery had information that such an act uad passed if the rights of ould not be protected otherwise he would in the organic act tlis Four BANE AND OF writer in the York Herald that ia the of four bank clerks used to meet for laying alternately at their residence in Brooklyn The meetings continued for a party keeping earlj lours and allowed A year later the party reorganized mot on Christmas eve at a in The downward path entered upon The result sums Mm any day conld once be allowed a fair election And this Florence is one of the but of chosen from to the next Honso are as friendly to th in by the having more votes iksa Y Tribune j which will be settled by the election of I either of the candidates If Mr is elected the slave policy will triumph and j despotism of the Fugitive Slave Act I apd of the Dred Scott decision will be en- j If Judge Paine is elected Liberty i will triumph and the glorious doctrines this the a ular system of and sketch will we direct the At in the ing the Democracy and with a single their than en the This the resolutions were up and after some forts off by B were ity Mr Horn a prominent resolutions w President but a paltry ior now the St Glair Presidential flats to is willing to hundreds to that of the is slave cratic unconstitutional and not to be tory while thought of or tolerated for for the the Pred Scott decision and the right hund inun of If to is he would be i Judge in by this party in power A MAN'S WIFE PAT HIS In 1833 Stephen of Kentucky a born slave was emancipated by his master was the husband slave belonging to a Mr Taylor ler the former master of Stephen of securing Cynthia to him as a chased her of Taylur but not under Kentucky institutions emancipate her out her emigration from the State fore he conveyed Stephen in 1853 without any valuable consideration The conveyance was absolute on its face but Iho object and understanding of all the ties was not to invest Stephen with to as property tiu to give him his wile In 1857 one acquired two ments against Stephen and proceeded to sell her as a slave To prevent this action was the A ousus of of the tHe to regard to the of an soci ate jus of- most eligible the voters of- the I The only objection to at is the of young grow was tics at equivalent to placing Judge Miller brought iu the Circuit County un the bench of the Supreme Court of Slate m The issue now made up before the ple is shall the decision of our Supreme Court in favor ol Liberty be sustained or maintained by our Supreme Couit will be established on firmer foundations It was impossible to concentrate the vote of the people on Judge Smith The of the and of the representatives of the people at Madison was overwhelming proof of this which no patriotic or impartial ob- server could ignore or deny It remained only for the freedom to lect a candidate who would represent tho position of Judge Smith and maintain the integrity of the Supreme Court on the tion of liberty Judge was selected us such a candidate and in electing him the people secure all that could be secured by the election of Judge Smith Ilia ability and integrity are conceded and his position on the questions of personal liberty and the rights of the States is as well known throughout the Suie as is that of Judge And let all be assured that if Judge Paine is the office and discharge the duties credit to himself and honor to the State OB The Republicans of the then have but one plain course before them It is to unite on Judge Paine and elect him Every thrown away on a third candidate is a vole lost to Freedom and inures to the ben efil of slavery Such a union will insure the election of Judge Paine by a large by Stephen and Cynthia against Dunlap and the officer by which they sought to have her declared the wife and not the property of the husband and consequently not liable ta be sold as t slave to pay his debts The Circuit Court after a full hearing of the case decided that Cynthia was property denied their petition The case was carried to the Court of Ap peals where the judgment of the Circuit Court waa affirmed and the order was made for the sale of the wife Had she been his cow or horse she would not have been sold us these are exempt Irom attachment by the laws of But as she waa only a wife all the of the State agreed that she was only a chattel and must be sold This verdict agrees in principle with the decision of the Supreme Court that negroes have no rights which white men are bound to Worcester Spy Slave in Cuba is not exactly the ssme thing as a Slave in Carolina He baa some rights which a white man is bound to respect He bns an owner but can buy himself or any part of himself and the ner cannot refuse the purchase He may thus own the half of or a of himself in which case he becomes entitled to a proportionate share of his time and earnings Once a year he is allowed u certain number of days to find a new chaser if his master ill treats him He can have hia children legally declared free by paying 825 in Court at tho Should Cuba be annexed of course the of the Dred Seott would apply to it thus reducing its Slaves to the level of cattle like those in our ern States Such an abrogation of their privileges would be almost sure to an insurrection and a bloody one Both Mas ter aud Slave in the Island havs reason to dread the day of annexation VOR has been lucky Her representative in congress watching THE Italians now New York are victims of a cruelty that age of the is almost incredible They weri arrested riot because they in the were suspected of wishing to thorn were gentlemen ing one of them a Minister of Some of them were without a trial The dungeon to which ed is a subterranean cavern To go down four hundred steps below the level of the sea they have without a ray of a breath seeing no human face of the sentry on guard So damp and some is the place that their clothes rotted upon their backs It etry but it is now to the instead of by the decaying a charnel house nnd exposed to the vermin corpses As might be expected death soon ed them from The survivors ore now They will land in New York many shatter in health our to work conquered SI i 1 e p h ay ing a civil ell bate ble ged self and to the public declined f being considered a stood that that only Stable would though ohly other of Iho the jr the upon elected Court mid le Slave in Congress for is honored throughout the tn les of- the tin i when the democracy who rp as follows One of the his bondsmen fur him in which sum men is having he was n default where he was Another We have too much confidence in integrity and good sense of the lo every thing that promises lican party to believe that it will j to be any person were off their the wish of any one man or offered an amendment to the desires of any candidate to thwart its appropriation of for tb poses or hazard its success It is a party j improvement of Chicago harbor It was of and not a personal party and it i on and the went owes no such allegiance to any man Houses with it The President would have ever as should turn it aside for a delighted to veto men who have succeeded in life have been meii of high resolve and The William Pitt was in life passion rs years he master passion master He made a firm that never again play gome of He could make such and he could keep it His eminence was the fruit of that Dr Samuel Johnson was to drinU wine with a Doctor proposed tea drink a little said the host I cannot was reply I know excess know no medium Long since I s 1 could not a never drink tit ill little I would A- who could support liis resolution by was a man of that element is as well displayed in this in the combination of his great work STATE The Mirror has with the document It is very seldom that we road the re- port of the officers They ire dry that we s great task one it through without even a reading With such feelings we opened the State and shut it till we had carefully read every won it a and al though vie the personal nc this report con vinces us be found better fill and office in The the of an rymg ries it moment support of n he could it without vetoing a when the only effect of such support can be vast number of other items which he did not honesty of souse nnd to jeopard its own integrity and put in il the cause of Human Liberty S The opposition complain of our a Judge to the Bench But they have ted a Lynde expressly on political aud partisan grounds and for the avowed purpose of the decisions of pur Court and of sustaining the prison for The j slavish decrees of Judge Miller They is Oscar S Field the recent defaulter i made the openly and directly is not n Brooklyn tlie murderer own peace i and we must meet it manfully It and the happiness of his family The fourth merely a political but a and communicates these facts and concludes his sad story thus: And as the latter casts a glance over the shudder creeps through his frame as io thanks a merciful God that saved him roni the into which he had almost himself were other batik clerks among tlie party long their defalcations must to light for they have been possessed of sums which they could BOt Lava come by WHAT SICKLES HAS FOR The unthinking world applauds Sickles un- thinking act By it he has remedied no wrong whatever but what le has done is that he has blazoned iis wife's dishonor to the ends of stigma to his daughter that will stick to her life to inflicted the chief penalty for the his helpless plunged family friends in- deep distress stained his soul with a murder that him killed a had affirmed over again on ths side of liberty right by the people of this State and they are BOW called OQ to say whether they will stand by convictions and maintain their own liberties or succumb to the despotism of the Slave Power The Slave Power which rules the al Government never permits the ment of a Federal Judge unless he is known the interests of Slavery and will sustain all Us encroachments upon the rights State and the liberties ol the people The States are prepared to sovereignty and obedience to the tions of tbe Federal Courts should elect men to judicial stations who will maintain the rights the liberties the people against all the encroachments of the Federal ed by Federal enactments or the decree ol The ejection of a Court Judge is more important to the protection liberty and property ihan tion by the people We can lira Bonder the want to it got through and has become the law so by a lucky turn of circum- stances of for her harbor Nsw GOLD Overland Mail which left San Francisco on the A new discovery has been made on the Colorado some from Fort Yuma Five men prospecting came across a rich de posit and worked in weeks they extracted previous metal Sir Holster states that ho sawlS deposited the fruit of one week's work Other miners of the news for the diggings but after for several days returned to Fort Yuma stating that though a Tery rich deposit in partnership In three cd doubtedly existed on the cne claim already alluded to yet in the neighborhood not a particle of dust could be discovered WHAT A The dent has withheld bis signature from die appropriating deep the channel of St Flats The veto of so national a ening ure as the Flats show that the Free Stales cam expect neither justice nor right the Ex- at Jias become serf the negro breeders 1860 distant The President squander five millions the of J no welfare baart alive with human to holy influences of hu and Christianity ried wbo his to 12 per as trist as will to grave poof capital eats You may men wha spend of ings in bar and wi be poor after is ever Tvill generally first-year after whether pet in jis f north Co hav ii or nism nnd they ot at swords ch a 1 le need t r e to a of ihi taught com pared with of to take place if is of JB Bongs of NeW P 11 and Lynch of rs take p wo yea ailed the rs e Cairo land iam Blason Co io the and Suez railroad in Egypt The who is President director er and of his o ordered two engines of ion nnd ind English went out to run English ul undertook to to Yankee get rid J At first The Americans told by the railroad their o be used and that their not roing be excuse were to haul of he unity to speak the ha haul as many iV would from one rood to which were put in a train the whole take a distance of ting Pacha buta Yankee On liis lie jine uses jines Col work ilk It is of and and proj v The ths steam the best and for the award the f ists one selected pile touis the fair to on the first Tuesday of G F ton taper py thousand VETOED president V fruits be sleeps is raised th to it two boats feet in the natural houses TiC of tiie ic lands fbr state Agr i too Agr i rto LW i f a large circle of this life
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