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Fond Du Lac Weekly Commonwealth (Newspaper) - March 30, 1859, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin FOND DU LAC WEDNESDAY MARCH 30 1859 TWO Dollars per One Dollar and rj CeiltS IF IS Hates year t square one 4 00 inches long per 4 On col EPCb subsequent insertion Cards by the year one dollar a line four head after the first 25 cents meats not by written direction r inserted and made for regular advertisers when desired jr o n p u i w x i JT G IT mff recently added considerable new aad and other facilities for Jobbing to our office TC pared to execute orders for Handbills Cards Blanks Labels Pamphlets Election Tickets Donation and Ball Tickets on the shortest notice Ed in a warranted to please and at the most F Brutes SMITH fc ORTIS BUSINESS J Co Nats Fruits Yankee aj Fancy Goods Main Street opposite a Block Fond Luc IVis and grot successors to Dr Wiley Office on first door north of Lewis House du Loc x nil Gm C C PAINE Attorney and sellor at Law Office with Judge Robert Plint Ou Lac Wisconsin ly L Jtt MT Physician and Surgeon tf A and geon Office at Residence on forest St doors I west of Baptist Chore Q A JL Mineral Dentist find Manufacturer of Office in Gravel Block BY Out and in river In winding The links of Its long Through belts of And gusty leagues Only ct timed a With the Uniting The emote or the hunting lodges Oi the wild Drearily the I from the land of ice The i j ts that look nro And the hands row And with one foot on tho water And one upon tho shore Tho Angel of Shadow giros warning That Uay shall bo no more In it the of wild is it the j ell That lends to the voice ol the north wind The tone of a far-off The ta he listens To tbc sound that grows Well he the reaper Of belU of fat Boniface The bells of the Mission That call from To the boatmen of tUo To the boatmen of the plum 1 so IB our mortal journey blow And thus upon lied Our hearty as oarsmen row And when the Angel ot Shadow his feet on wave and And our eyes grow dun with watching And our hearts the oar Happy is he who The In the bolls of the Uity The chimes of eternal Practical Dentist Office in Stone Block C at Law Office Lewis in Law j promptly attended to tf T Wisconsin Candle Manufacturer Tav B T GIBSON a Office Block Lawyers TV D UlS PATCHED cc PALE Homeopathic and reddened corner Fond Wisconsin._______________ sells Clock 1 and Silver Waiv Astor Mai f A Merchant Tailor Dealer in Clothing Cloths Goods 1 -t in Goods Groceries Mam Street Lcc Hunt's OiK Glass Putty Acida O Item Dry Amory Block Prints 3 Lac Stationery -t Curran's old ilu By This House hai 70 and convenient to to of competent LARGE AND ENTHUSIASTIC ING AT ALBANY HALL MIL STATE PAINE SPEECH OF CABt We give the following closing Irom the speech of CARL made in Hall last week Wednesday ing nnd would be glad to give the speech if we had the room After arguing the legal bearings of the collision between this State anil United States and showing conclusively tion over the of our Slate Court in matters that pertain to the liberty of the izen does not exist in tho U S Court nnd showing that in several instances where that Court and State Courts came into col- on points that did not tha very issue the TI S Court had gracefully yielded point he goes ou to speak more particularly of conflict we now haie with the U S Supreme Court and the way to meet i's high usurpation of ions They this though wantonly set vour state de- they say that the Republicans have stolen fiance Ah is your recollection so short! Wholesale anil Oyster watre be found at all times Can and of the best quality at reduced its furnished Ice Cream and in the tell MV rose KU i in Capital matlo and promptly A And mw there our own Supreme the of Uie Slates assumption of powers forward against the onward march ot usurps standing up in the defense of the trial and lie of coipus true to tha tulion and true to the of she and there is Federal Supreme Court with its boasted appellate with the power of a servile executive at its heels sending n lawyer to i Engineer ana tuy of the Clerk of your Supreme Court a tj County Office at his old residence on i J r Urr on tbe Corner from the transcript of a judicial proceed ng then He is a and will with blanks to or S survey Tailor Room in that miserable sneaking undertaking to reverse that decision which u of our Stale slid promulgating the astounding that v hen it is shown a man Ic Store corner ol unm t i tu TT CT i AU those deJous of Bating I ls officer ol the U S under a garments or him with a process of the U b Court All warranted to give perfect ty or the the of the aa the is flV uj W Tnis is a new large and commodious recently fitted up for the oi he traveling public anu com located steamboat the ears meet the I A share of public patronage IB of New Mo 4 Wall Cash Amount of Assets June Jo Tlin pany continues to injure in port and their cargoes furniture personal property against Lois or iw by Sro ou reasonable terms d promptly paid W T Gibson t C and County I Auctioneer Xo 137 Main Street near the Post Ot- I See to the building occupied in part J U Wilbor I County Sales of Household Furniture Farm Stock and I attended to promptly in pirt of the County on I as above bales at the L tion Room erery Saturday at 11 A fond du Lac Wis fcb ABB TAKES AT Green's Gallery Thoy every other style in beauty SEE PHOENIX INSURANCE or CONS CAPITAL WITH A HICK O E L LOOMIS Pres Store Merchandise Mill and Personal j at rates with the sued can upon such return be enquired into either upon a writ of corpus from a Slate Tribunal or any other State and then there are the people of Wisconsin irresponsible authority which here arrogates to itself the right to construe our laws ond compacts seeing our liberties invaded the Slate Courts that protect us treated with contempt called the or the other by a emn vote called upon to either stem the current of growing centralization or to open the still wider upon to stand up lor their own rights their their own honor or to them what will they Listen to Jefferson onco more lo and If the spirit of the tin one or other is inevitable Poor old father of tho Declaration of Independence he knew the spirit of this country indeed but little He dreamed not that a generation following his own would be so deeply demoralized by acquiescence in the tyranny of the slave power as to shrink back from his proud alternative Reform or Revolution He did not foresee that there would be a class of men among prostituting his name by styling themselves his followers who would invent a third not thought of by him which is What democratic HOUSES contents for a terra on the terms Particular attention is g ven to of by company Losses f va adjusted and promptly paid JAS V Agent GAS 1 GAS LIGHT MACE'S Gas aa entirely new invention a pure 5 Fluid in j coal and much gni it a cost of about t MI hour a equal to ten It to public arid L It perfectly clean ana Li W The importance of invention M TTC it tht best EM the rensh of a cost in I best at o c also sell Town County I Sole Agents for this city nt feir To half ty speak of Did they not in all platforms and addresses most for- impress k upon onr hov and dangerous it is the general j government should exercise doubtful powers Murk well not powers but powers the con of is in doubt Did they not again and egnin endorse the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions and Madison's re- port then they speik ol Ah sir I am sorry to perceive tha t the great democratic party has become somewhat on- reliable of Jate They beast of lion to state rights while they preach un- conditional acquiescence in the exercise of powers beyond all doubl They speak of strict construction while they permit the wildest latitude to ths slave power They fealty to the tion with all its compromises they un- ceremoniously strike down the Missouri Compromise speak of popular they try to force upon a people a slave constitution against will They of their tender love for ths poE and landless while they vote down the Homestead They economy ad- ministration is the try ever saw They boast trade aU tho for higher tariffs There iroy be superior wisdom in this policy far comprehension but I cannot help deeming it somewhat we acting promises tnd Did you never hear of the federal soldiery leveling their bayonets at tire breast of the citizen in order to enforce the tive slave a law by virtue of which best principles for Yes men we have stolen them nnd they are no lunger in Great applause But the matter is of too nature to be passed over with a joke I will you the secret of their cy As soon SB the doctrine or State rights j Did your cities never resound with turns its point against life slave power the crack ot the federal Have very same moment Democratic party j you that federal army was seni to they may impress you and force to hunt up a man w mo as a ho has broken turns its back upon the doctrine of State rights There it I defy them lo deny vt in the face of history Ts that ths con whose light we have to People of Wisconsin we have come to a point where it is loyalty to resist and on to submit You have to choose between reformation and You shrink back from Then do not forget that the woy to revolution is with submission Sir it is a common thing to see man quail before great responsibilities This is one of the weaknesses of human nature but that weakness has been the source of the greatest calamities which ever befell the nations of the earth Look over the an- ef the world and then tell me is not subdue the people of Kansas who Had the impudence to make laws for Have you never heard the threat we will subdue Exaggeration indeed you nave but to submit and acquiesce a Julie longer and that power which rules over you will teach you lo tell truth from Sir do not set tne n as an advocate of disorder and disunion Oh sir I have spent many a midnight hour over the awful lem huw human liberty can be brought in accordance with the strictest order o the machinery how the conspiracies oi lurhing despotism can be disarmed a struggle and the rights be placed above all dangers of collision and conflicts I long to see descend to us that sublime der which above where different lar systems rotate side by side in eternal nit en iur is ii ar systems rotate siue uy in eterna true that the cruellest tyranny and the harmony undisturbed even by the wander bloodiest revolutions would hardly hive dis- graced the history of mankind if nations had not submitted and acquiesced when ings of tie comet which draws its irregular lines across their spheres But since that cannot be since error and and was time to The advocates of sub- sion stand in the way of human perfection when there was to be resistance I do not want to see the safe guards of our the advocates of peace when war was essary have Xo answer for seas of blood and tears They weie a greater scourge to manity than all those warlike adventurers whose glory consisted number f their slain and whose immortality is measured bj the extent of their devastations i The arguments of these prophets were the same in all countries they are same here They tell us there must he gua rights and liberties without a struggle I rejoice to see collision and con- unavoidable when our highest good is put in danger I 331 not with your doctrine of co-ordinate powers the authority to which everything else has o submit your doctrine of ers and concurrent jurisdictions will santly bring forth Sir that is language held by the cates of centralized authority and despotism 1 There is but one form of government in which there are no collisions of co-ordinate authorities no con- of jurisdiction and that is complete absolutism Will you have Submit or there will be Sines when have the of this become so on that was the held to the colonus 90 years ago Submit to the submit to the or there will be conflicts And what did they An old urch in Virginia can tell the Tne answer was LET THEM Aye they came there conflicts and ojt of the sion sprang like Pallas in full or the greatest Republic of the Why does your fuil you nov Sir whenever political life is by constitutional lorms end by infinite union oe a rope of sand Sir it is better that this union be a rope of band around those who are willing to stay together than a rope of hemp around supreme i the necK of Liberty Loud ramification of power called ment there cnn ba and Union one and Aye Liberly and Union and cursed be the hand that attempts to strike down ty and thus to emasculate ids union Cursed be tho who shall in- to tear Uie sacred wedlock from which springs our prosperity our power and our May Ibis stand the guardian of human rights the true and ued Applause Do not are born in foreign lands watch its progress and safety with than you possible sail deeper anxiety fills our hearts Fur you know only what this union is worth lo yourselves but we who mourned over the of liberly when we first saw light of day we know what is worth TO THE I Applause Supreme Bench of the Tinted States was still younger Too young I It is a com- mon thing sir that those speak most of age and with age will never acquire experience To measure a man's wisdom by the number of his years would be just as reasonable as to the of an orator by the length of his speeches Sir I know the man and most of you know him and I will be careful not to color what I say of him with hue of personal affection strong as my attachment may be To look up with more re- spect than to any other ten men in this try To that clear head to the justness of that lucid mind to the promptness and curacy of his judgment to the calm tiality of his opinions by udice and undisturbed by passion to the solidity of his learning to the ty of his feelings to ths placid rigor of his soul I would confide the highest interests of my life with more implicit reliance than to that of any other man In that young I so debase myself as with olka The there is calmness springing from i about them is contaminating By wilh their ond becoming with their f should be down to their I cannot allow myself lur I wish the unl influences abou be such as will raise the lone o my instead of de- pressing it These ore utterly re- pulsive to Thus spoke a man of lufty bearing in to tho common people were his business his duties and inter- ests They were honest respectable wanting polish of manners gained by familiarly with high phases of society but many of them possessed fine and natural of souls which cial culture had failed to bestow on the in- he delighted to honor They did not attract lofly feeling mun ond to them he wos equally Assumed is always hateful A of i i la u wuya J bearing of 1 I l Breat Can Debased bv That young man was born to the humble The truly stand hko a rock and power will have man is the most accessible 47 awe for him He is healthy in body and C healthy mind sound sound to the That is the material out of which Judges are carved who will protect in danger there may arise your rights your property and your Citizens of You have to choose Our poor State has suffered its credit is mined its property is blighted its political honor has been by wholesale corruption and maladministration There is almost nothing left to be proud of but the gallant independence of our Supreme Court and tlie of liberty caused the ple to sustain them AVill you sacrifice AVill you suffer the enemies of jour liberties to nestle in your own yon see Judge Miller's opinions and infest the highest court of this of never Will you see the dirty of ad- on the Supreme Bench of If not place a man TO BE Let the friends of liberty and self-government present an un- broken front Their banner bears the in- scription STATE RIGHTS AND BYRON PAINE The Contest VTe need scarcely assure our Republican the State that verv active exertions nre making particularly in this city by the friends of the Democratic for the Supreme Bench to ensure success The candidate being rich as we lave been so repeatedly is no of this country setting on the uf their greatness their hearts full of grid und will with eyes look nun luuh HUH it back on times gone by scrutinize the soire oi larhy of movements like of a clock history end sav we ought tu ajd ihEKE we t stood firm and so we ought to have There will be occasionally a state of current tt Inch mry look like er unii be now cause no interest can be interfered Msy the wilh no right can be upan liberty car be by one function of his in tipie renumber the lid power without finding a cry must preserve our liberties or on it so far as State is concerned and dy defence in a or in a perish in the Insi ditch applause the men who have either a principle or an Gentlemen this finishes my arnum in and it radiates its of on all linn warming them drawing them him elevating them refining them by its influence till they have in its presence In the presence of true greatness we feel if if could walk righi mlo the and then ours feel na if we had met one of our own household Bui look at him who his conscious greatness like a new coat or like a hai his greatness is as email as his sympathies Greatness clusters like burrs on the of conceited it does not permeate his nature The outword rigidity only shows of inward ex- unless the iron crust be tured A man never parades his qualities The great man never goes alroud labeled He carries no placards on his bock The great man is he into soul the whole people enter feeling at home there They who can not walk creep in and nestle sure of room enough to Min themselves in its light and look up and become strong they find themselves men and en and walk forth to bless the world When a man is placarded with a list of individual excellences mark him as a piece of spurious humanity He ia not current among those with thp ring of the true metal Remember the be- neath which was This 19 a horse Who was He that without ol sinners and ate with associated them that they might bv His holy life It was the One who said Whosoever will be chief among you let him bo your It one is il must ba by the lion of inherent developing gieat zeal throughout the State We say j selves outword and the heaits of it is scarcely necessary to assure our j others The of on him Mean of this for Hay I never behold the day the lack of funds though whether contributed by him or raised by contributions we arc Sufficient they arc and a and determined campaign is bat i does essence of pro n Democracy on one hand anu tho TOO LATE on other it will bo readily of country May f e very existence of and fie Democratic c 1 f J involving as I which the spuriously great so him the more more ly anil finer soil in which co-ordinate jur There will be collisions but in the very of colli and now I have a few words to s in t'i ay about powe aio working in this campaign our throughout the State ness flourishes And If his sr atness out to whole people it- will ere lung rill the Become A man's opinion car not him by common Jmi the be ened by shilling on NJ It imy bring up from germs therein the most and fragrant but the from it the sun are changed to lorms of beauty making the entire heavens Life III Brown on Sea of Arof a Catastrophe occurred the be- J flj vcd n loss of nfo by eruptions It thousand inhabitants nf ing beneath the favorite of that region The into a feeling of further tte hope of obtaining a good a breeze sprung snow and des of ice in all long -in from the shore ice then broke into numerous with their terrified freight drifted toward Ko assistance could the their frantic relatives ami friends ron within two hours not a visible on the surface of tlic the following day a ou shore upon which were five unfortunates them the other two and insensible The two girl and an were i by of the usual appliances the girl however survived bur a few hours the man but lost the use a probably of the fright caused by the scene he had passed He prepared a written ot the of that fearful night on the Azof By this at least persons found a watery grave Vegetable Garden Th favored localities where trie has before the smiles of- iTie gardener will lose no time in getting in His early Beets Radishes and Salsify These should the first crops put in alter the season breaks good The earlier they are the luMler Asparagus and E beds may now be mide Asparagus are generally too lo produce fine one JA bed five wide should numerous other mentioned The people did not yield and yet conflicts wore settled the head of he federal Supreme the Republic is still who arc lo reduce our great lor State and in his ot the members of light sandy one and plants set about eighteen opart A deep soil 13 every chance liey cnn get for obtaining moisture our inches beneath toil is to them also requires a snil Tho of and weli tried arc goud lor and thu Albeit nnd ror Whales and and flavor beds made by inking p of roots about one inch long und foct or fifteen inches deep and dropping the piece to bottom liule a clean straight root then np through the soil or tcr than pieces or roots had a soil of o snail or Paine Paine or ude Bat since that has not it The sav If there is no af to take in this ity to which all others j candidate of the Submission will it be possibly to maintain law and i nominated on very is Sir I haie heard that argument tainly a very and I fore I landed upon the shores of I am astonished that his party should have so public I have claim up I custom to pub is clearly in the the Legislature gives the following ty in the State Our anonymous sketch We and prodigal can defeat us only his members recognise the our and negligence Shall nt but outsiders we naturally they do it in that The friends of Republican principles throughout the State j ansn up M against all liberal aspirations ni the old world attempt of people who nor dabbled in the to off the shackles of School funds nor a member of the my soul binister this when in the bosom of this re- a cf distress or public I jice men into of adhering old the people that superstitious belief in the of a strong central government People arc but too apt to take a pleasure in the great actions of state formed on the of our general already too to see their servants in a gorgeous out- fit of power and act the great and mighty Take care not to make tLem forget that the principal guarantee of their rights tlieir liberties their their Melfareand their greatness does not consist in a did but in that ment of political authority w the power near the original sou of have put Lim for- 1 1 T 1 C ward in 01 der to defeat a ter of and curious to know Who is The man now speaking is will bo older if he lives If he is i THK WHO tho on whose ests Brown of Mississippi was the chief eate for stealing Cuba at the late Ilall meeting hold to further that extract from his speech is a brick of the of man I is of divine God decreed it from the foundation cf the is said to be a learned jurist a good can race from the creation were doomed to above reproach Tuis is his reputation and I have no doubt it does him no more than justice But at tho same time lie the man to carry out the objects for he is of the Inch was nominated Ills disposition is urce of yielding kind his mind dependent on They were given with energy I want Cuba for the extension of slavery I speak for myself and nut for any understand understand this lot nil the a is modest in and not unfrequently the outward but renders a of power His connection with Judge Cillers Court is rof f weak in doing mischief and the pie strong jn doing good and You must indulge me sir if I have a more distrust in llm device than IT any of my was no crime ever commit iest despots for which was not used us a ready p order ou the banners of Louis Court is proof of this There he J principles and the decrees of the Government ari the rule of his docs not bear that Theie man to whoso nd when ho cemented his batle to the assaults nnd with the blood of the thl eats former pai and order has the waters against him Characters of that cost of my Rhine and with you do not find and Mr is bloody streaks the waves of the Go to the old world and on tlu gateposts of the European you well known to of them When tne federal administration shall again attack the fundamental liberties of our State Mr people and the rights of our innocently designedly His declamation has the fresh smell of the school room and justice's court is boisterous promiscuous hail and spread ons lie strides from the sublime to the ridiculous with the case of a two- story shanghai and reaches into the realms ot space above with both hands for the reddest bolts there lured for the tall joves of earth lo About the middle or end of or still later n the Hie of and late bo Here we usually sow week in March Those who beds wilL now soir Tomatoes Egg Peppers and vegetables that can be and those liave not them in or and in windows Every garden ought o least a few sash to i vegetables for if they no means artificial to safK of itself forward soine things All ber are looked for in nearly in tho New is tire Thyme and other J time to d sley and other of hardy When we say it is p ay at each other His oratory is of that overwhelming kind which is seldom dors in less replied to words rush out a whon it does stampede of lean wethers over a stone wall with a dog after them long tails and stub tails inextricably Tho rush through he subsides into his seat with the air of ti man who had just astonished thn world by cleaning out a whole row of Augean Stables whipped a whole family of lions cut off the head ot several j lit nt and strangled a with one hand lie is exhausted and after a moment's rest takes a turn around ths chamber to give this stricken n tho brow of the I of the legislative Parthenon of common gods Tha Racine ADVOCATE says suits have been commenced by judgement creditors of the La Crosse company gerate ther off than many of you suppose care lest unexpected bhake Take tL times like bhake vou ur Tery in tbc P questions of but 1 I when the of man has to face the ers that are they will falter and found see general government surrounding it- self with all the paraphernalia of ed Uo you not the ant cry of more soldiers more ships raore j wanting These are not the men for great responsibilities B money more discretionary Do vou Mt k not see a government determined to carry i point at all Do you not eo the but Ror F t m r i 1 t monster of the de'Dies about hh cents au hour is lurking the supreme I for ty abolition crew understand it I speak for myself nud those who agree with me Wo arc told if we Uko the island of Cuba we sLall offend England The devil we will and Suppose those should go on stilts if we don't biing down jne cheering and is it to uj whether they like it or HEROIC about the heroism displayed upon the field what is that asks a compared to the heroism of Think a over the idea The who supports a family of eight children and two dogs on a dollar against a number of recipients living n day displays more true heroism than I in that city of corruption bonds for is required to effect a conquest on a j their value The suit wo believe says Gen Sabre will face a the ADVOCATE is based upon the battery of a hundred guns without ground that these parties have never flinching bnt if called upon to face an obtained a legal title to the bonds and unpaid creditor four times a week as are bound to account for any Trowel the bricklayer docs when out of he would low-spirited and to arsenia in The heroism of tlie is kept up by brass drum's and praises from the newspapers Such heroism may or may not be a matter of ple but there is questioning the courage required duties of lifs the bringing up a family by ding at the rate of ten broken np for the dors in less favored Many parties like Turnips in only them is te sow afr early aa 01 a cry rich piece of ground may grow If ther the hot comes tamly run lo WHEAT Do you not see those petty it failed tho federal district judges v ho feel be is unfortunately too yonn can-show their fAn see wXtli yoor domestic con sen them ttate states that it Be or fact possessor would have to of the assets of a bankrupt Similar ni fid have been commenced against the and practically inteligent upon r usual fall and the riot n look it was feared Werp within the so revived as to promise yield seaso year were never brighter x will says at least a usual preparations a most and with the A GOOD of bonds living here j and else where Should tho plaintiffs win we suppose the will j suppose call either for their value will property in tho depressed The largest liquor dealers in estimated that the ly state amounts about gallons per da r day Atlantic Monthly have reached a of fifty
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