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Fond Du Lac Weekly Commonwealth (Newspaper) - January 25, 1960, Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin FOND BU LAC WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY JANUARY 25 BY N T fy I Darling's Block main St nor annum Dollar ami DO M f 00 4 no f iu year Od One j in CaiMi one dollar inc of Strays published four works tor il 00 alter first Alri uoc by will be inserted and charged ac I Scott tt E tv i- rt Successors lo Jf C If best Vemont nnd u fact tiring and Tablets I be and lit they can lief on nil lit nnd j f ol and keep none but w can to 1 tho without of can j and do by than they en u j Give lint tv du ntarlj-opposite Hurling s for JAS Life Insurance Company OF THE STATE OF Attorney and Coun at door of It lock Food dtt Lac nS 13 F Attorney at Law Hank of tbe Lac IV a S f L W Mitchell Ooo 11 R 1 Jun A Alt n i Ac M to Wiley on i Street oaH of fond ilu 0 ns fee a J Bit A I Corner and MILWAUKEE JO I K E C I O It S i Martin Mali Streets or Before mj ID heat Proudly the their Cool verdure sprang beneath my And ed the MI J try Aud mocked the Bnt anil the frost and plant and Their the elm trees tossed thr air I mourned the fled Aud tears winter camr nnd cMtl and till Tht fir hiV And ovtr Valu nnd hill reign Forth looking from my window the I the Tiki summer leares but intercept our view Hut tbc And arti anti IJT in nl forth from far celestial ed white and lhat notion of laborers In work is looked workmen degraded This is an Irish framed while cuttins stone in 11 Carolina We hope of may reach ears of his r Teamed until he lal Slavery he is who are a e Southern For the benefit of wretched wbo are bowling in concert with tbe and disunion crv of tbe South and are using their influence to them into onen rebellion was a s Senate oil Mom Democratic arose on a debate in tbe U S lax last sundry The discussion a resolution bv Afr dishonorable and the Government we the of Ohio the power of Con- South his U ing article from one of the Southern whose editor is not a traitor nor a by It is the Xew Orleans Bulletin After do nouncing the outcry as the worst kind of fanaticism and and as fraught with more disaster to the over tle M garf in i no Capital than the North tho to show the practical effects of this onto When the reader goes to dinner lot Jon 10 announcement from mauth lini an inventory of parlor and kitchen and An announcement though from and and 10 mouth Cloy would scc are have not somewhere in Frankfort to tlle He will find a few State Grind OF loud at current i Of A G S E ftf Bu 1 1 II S Scott C D Nu i 0 K Juhn llackett Jolm U A CJ Darling J A ly H n and on Street Hit J il uj- B T tf trt coutt dti Lac Wi O Amors Block S WOLCOTT A W CJ K H D A W I WEEKS to S P 3 J Lac ard iu S Rifles tl'-ry Sport n g MI tt ting AP TV nl Law Office II Block u 11 tf residence 11 of Mr lulin the I SI Jc e corner ot and All ul will linn mill a I Call All d to THE MAM MET D A c K r x a ir o s B Gravel Block jer lini taken the on tli I ke nil U t ami llc market t ul f ol J No il r til Drnu iJ for all ot Fat A lot ol ol til ac pi fat or the b buy tlir 1 1C Lac i Jr Main I o tin wJ Uu i Dry fl j IS Thi mnt 70 and Cheap Cheaper Prices to Suit the Times 1 JJ p I for One Dollar 7.7 lAt Olid 1 1 One Tea Coffee Tobacco Dried Apples in members the including the An in South Trom thf Y Independent Th have recently a brief from the lestor in a very non- that a workman on the Stale House in Columbia S C re f by n on account as was alleged ol holding anti-slavery that be received lashes and was tarred nnd feathered nnd out It took Q very fpw lines to tell this story according ID Southern press for it is a trnit of Southern chivalry first to practice nnd ihen to surpress the We hrve seen his man his and looked nt his wounds His name is James Power He is an young man twenty-three years oi use a Ireland and a articles of luxury and clearance ftom Paris or Germany and England But almost Jfr led the tion of the Mr ireen of Missouri replied to Push and dentally pitched into Senator Mr j bavis of Mississippi nnd a colloquy ensued himself mid j Mr Pugh accusing the other of representation Then Mr briefly defended himself against the attacks of Mr Green A rambling discussion i between Mr ou onu side and Messrs Mason Davis Clay Green on tbe other a few passages as il- the temper of the respective Mr Douglas said that of his t faults of a class of my fellow citizens but the stances of to-night justify me in to the proverbial of lying upon that courage of yours I here one a million it may be As I have abroad all over Ii bas been insinuated that as John Virginia I in- bully ali Kentucky and for this son it would be best to silc er Your known courage is women and 10 this will results His coat vest boots sboes bat nnd en bis watchguard and possibly bh watch and have in most cases corns from the region Go out upon a plantation and the same truth appears The plows rows pumps engines spades drays carriages ses bi idles etc arc all made in tbe Free States Very well what of it much very much when taken in con- nuent the proposition to exclude by expectation of making a should say a few on at Harper's Ferry but hu thought he saw a disposition of double-dealing ards or six to bis would not permit him o them lie therefore re- ply to them generally Mr Green said he would find a Roland for an Oliver when he lired at that lump i Mr Davis thought the Senator from exalted himself above his level when he supposed it was necessary that a combi- 1 lo arrest was who immediate y ordered the poli Hi was seized miles sway tuwn in attempting to He brought hack and put a ceil where he remained three during lime he use of a pen and ink ail his friends Al lie wos befurs tlie Four -nd lu thu remurl he made The evidence conclusive Uo to and was up for six speech of Vice brave nnd able men but they are fallible Humble as I so much allowed the hall to speak in I am still a citizen nnd shall exercise my ns one Whatever hns been said me you 1 I I am an Pin flc is not dangerous who avows his to or G Fep and some much care six months and bv a desperate strelch perhaps a year The old plows etc ditto When these are gone a year then Jt i proposed that that the shall be under 3 vere buying anv shoes or ftir his and that may have been made in the Where then he to get them They now ill come from there There is uf two said to und hud I therein He Clay fought are so fond of anil laws but the act o to give you n nigger driving Fee out was lawless and He leo the main amid Fee and his associates had no a great end ibe new g id but hid built milia and compelling tu him nnd to-niirht the of the nnd muddy of sir el ol ilie State House As Vt-dS past State JUt 1 1C AY n n I ii i of tl Medicines Chemicals 527 v K ci X itn W pot iii it nf I wi I ill r in U I J C NEWS TilK full lity tit Cr JOHNSON in Ii Street ou the Uu lie with on tile iIS Civil Engineer and Do inly oU on a iil tu M ii ul J thai he tlie f Ito hi 1 r UK cl J lie Speaker flood and j 1 he crowd gradu increased until headed by I n troop of horses Afier a inarch of three out of tlie i city lo a placed slopped were for punishment The populace I Burn him him i by at his head and -t I sticks ill Ills faCO 1 The ordered him tu of or bv on C 1 i tUe Hard n h a Inb or br-x of v be at a imp K l T FOXD PU PAINT OIL GLASS 2 of The Cheapest House iu he City ty Turpentine Oiiinji.iciH1 K n Id witli 11 larce ami of both a tut in Oil Also Watchmaker and 0 AND IN anil Clocks Fancy Goods EU WISCONSIN alut at much tho und I I to r in hand j As ideal in of It iliau anil all jf to any t t j I IG I OUST Than in city Mixed kept ROLLS WALL Orth ii rid Curtain 1 all bv c xviac.ii'j D E A L F f I tt BOOTS AND SHOES AT THE OLD OF J Dortt am that hi them with oy TUE NOTICE snd 1 where Mu ii-iv-.nc r Ute Do MRS Hi of Korni da l tu Tarnish J a ANn K OWN M a the at tlic old ot J 7 From the L Uc lie ran do nnd Show in tlir Fountain than any I to her ft nn J 1 ulu Lnr a si IT nt in ton to take charge o flier IKr AT S LATENT Most AKo a New of AV I N E It i O D S fi UG Main Straft Fond du Lac naked ar uas then put iMo tbe was in lay on d forced a negro to clothe A cowhide hands v h j thirty-nine lushes not as nnd to draw every stroke Our describes the pain ol this infliction ts exceed i severity which he ever His and lower limbs are still the scars of tile A bucket of t r was the bro negroes ordered to rub it upon his blei ding pkin and to cover him frum head to His hiir and eye brows were led with lar Alter this pirt mony he was covered His were then up to his waist but he was not allowed to put en his shirt or coat He was conducted in this exposed condition amid the shouts the populace to the rail road and was put the car The engineer blew u continuous blast on to ibe A citizen of Charleston on the train who saw the poor unhappy stopped into a neighboring hotel before the starling ol ibe and brought n cup of coffee and same to relieve the Ii w -j cept in thU not city not in the South and tue used in the one here are not of domestic If shut down at ones upon Northern manufactures by tbe high acts ot States we whence the articles of prime wh ca to cut oft the source of present supply without providing any other Ills tu leave tbo with their hanJa on their without boss and and the mountain wbo Uad no teacher and as the report in yuor Slate archives cmn their expulsion Fee had no hid ved the act oi John but was s bo a and nnd Mr Clay I sel w these tc the I many other necessities of And this paper and to the wu lo accept the for sy Llis position was purely defensive Clay Duin Ala said bo would show that the Senator had views In be voted for the Proviso Ho Clay would not have extended the right of ns a Democrat if be bad not he harl changed his views His compiling of and his him looked like seeking lie Clay -i the aci of a gogue Ho the like who rushed into the market-place to exhibit wounds to and protection Mr Douglas denied pathy lie would never bave alluded to liia deposition from the chairmanship of the Committee on if it had not been thrown in bis face lie denied tbe right of Ibe Senator from Alabama to criticise his Democracy lie did not think the tor's opinions would affect his vote in nama HU that hu would bolt the nomination of the Convention man was by had put himself outside of the If he Senator not extend right hand fellowship he would the be should bo nominated at in not and liberty oi speech net i of industry as we should in that case an world fell swo'jp the present supply to provide in advance sal he 3 as a to expect defence at im- Air Clay proceeded to that by higher intended thp sime no ether would be tea ring up a reverent acknowledgement of an i over u one must pass and Providence and tho eternal cy of Divine Law that and be i good acknowledged in other terms ught two Mr Clav was impressively in this part lie next o ard's in regard to the ible conflict and shewed that the of Suuth and other slave States and the editor of the so jubilant over tri- umph bad announced iho Irrepressible con- 4 on tale vrill be and nee lira made at toes at the COUUKOT AM 1 c uv LAC April TTc the of that the Stone or K ravel that bare now f our r Land upon by of them at the Registers Office to by tbc Ars Evidence in Court Situated 1 rods of Brand's r in fuil n Sash Blind and Door of Our Machin all new tnd ot liesc make and no lot is Q Lely gift rnd crate ully the around iruin nnd threatened him with summary vengeance he his exasperated crowd the train and called for more tar and feathers for a upon their bleeding victim Mure tar was brought feathers could nut be lound and after fresh tar plied coUon was UDon it the train fur mcb bade good-bye and lold him when he reached mis he would receive ISO At every station between lumbia and engineer blew a prolonged whistle and gathered a msb to up before Closing of submit that it will be time to tear up the bridge we arc To do it before will call in Wo arc in favor of s lion our much with as we inaugurate and carry without oppressing ourselves The effect of such a law as tbe with bitu removal from the on must have been meant :H a to the that no onu his opinions was lit to be 11 Chairman If tho tests are to be applied what chance was thereto elect 1 Democratic candidate 7 Hu would State would inevitably be to in more offensive terms iu to it and at t There was an time to compel them to pay five andil became his hearers to examine or cent belore they their side there I Tor sncb articles they are hundreds in Frankfort to-night and not say he was unwilling to support a nominee who disagreed with him It is very clear from tbc above dialogue that the Administration look upon Mr Douglas as unsound and will oppose bis Presidential to the utmost It equally clear that if Air Douglas ad- T i c i to his not to accent one we of by any Charleston nomination except upon a Douglas platform bu be the Southern Delegates in and many Northern arc ing in their opposition to Squatter nnds in Kentucky who if they speak thoughts would proclaim uppo were to sition not only to a slave in the tories but to Slavery here at home After these opening remarks JH to an elaborate argument in to have of ornament and corae largely from Europe b it those of come almost entirely fiom the lurth the law would fall with crushing weight upon all peculiar severity PI upon tlic poor 1 of principles of the Republican come To against Europe Tho law would party the aspersions of Brecken tbat are or bave ridge The scene in tha we en- j out of view the legal aspect of tbe question to consider it in its practical bearings upon tho necessities and comfort of own citizens do not know whether or not a law could have is room fur doubt and tbe question Slate House was Scores by partially the darkness and showed the vy frame the white hair nnd the Hashing eve of Clay as he stood in i elief against the gray pillars of the Capitol A large number jcj lhat be of influential were question the majority were and no one knew where they came fron His voice rung out so loud aid clear that the within three or squared were ence V S OF- THE tbe add fresh insults to the man At from their long havu been length on he was net by the j to transmit their messages from lice conveyed to prison and detained in his i distinct parts ami are oil cell for an entire week Here he received them they still retain along for Srsl time soap and water lo wash trunka the sympathetic or sensational tonu j oil sores A mob j Thus a man who bas bis leg nnd this County orders For Fond dn relative lo G AND for Ac that ou TO your Pinning nnd find take for s w TO FARMERS S ana dealers in Wood Suction and Force Pumps We wilt tako in for our thing you ruisi OKIE Will that will n mutual to us and our customers T 1 nnd the run and j tlie and only pump work in j T pi OP T I F Ripen I TO FREEZE at Ripon hi tb for yenrs without if pi several limes to break into the will feel distinctly along tiie course of prison to carry him out into the street and j trunk the nervous sensation from toes make a public spectacle of him a that no longer exist The mind is also in- si such urne But hi was kept c'.osely confined A j by this and frequently this j physician called to sre him to examine his liar direct nervous action can be only who told him lhat bis case one comparing with that of a man was then lying in Cilj Hospital from I experience An old sailor suffered much the effects of five hundred lashes which had j from this be retained diseased foot too was a td which is and reflex in who curious within my ov would be likely to lead to litigation not to speak of tbe endless evasions and ties Under any view of the question the proposition to pass such a is an and ought not to be entertained by any legislative bod the South Let tion be directed towards creating and a system of home rnr liar temper of the public mind careful on of aiming opposed his nomination last and from the circumstance n which we are placed decision of Judge Dixon w have come to the conviction thit Smith is the man to lead us to victo- ry in the Staio is not posted in to no of the German If there IP any principle to which they devoted t 13 that represented by Smith as embodied in his on t cases He ia also mi.uken in proposing to place Judge Smith in the U fa bennte instead of on the Bench of Supreme Court His place lest in own judgement and hot of his friends is on tho rather lhan in the Senate Chamber He has won distinguished honors for himself and for the State No objection can be brought fitness for Bench which would not force to his for the ao thit Stales in admitting his eminent qualifications for the Senate all objection to his qualifications for if any there fact We assert for eminent and tried ability for proved devotion to Freedom on the Bench Judge Smith is without a peer in the State There ii no-man whom the party could nominate who begin lo come up 10 his standard whether you regard Out measure of his ability or tht of his He will not be frightened Irom his propriety bv ministerial or unconstitutional mandates Ha maintian the integrity and sovereignty of tbe State ail encroachments upon iid rights from Federal authority or the violence of re-election at the present crisis would be an announcement lo the world that Wisconsin takes no backward towards Despotism but is firmly lo UNION AND LIBERTY Hie Diffidence of grain J to of my modesty Pleasure for Larrabee is making hosts of friends and taking a lively interest in the welfare of Wisconsin He does more work each than ail the rest of the Wisconsin lion and were it nut that he is a new he would have lieen speaker ere this would only consent to have his name ed by his friends here is little doubt would be elected His maiden speech was well received and has been more ly circulated by his friends than any threa other speeches of tha season Washington lo the Milwaukee News We do not wherein Larrabee has a lively interest in the welfare of Wisconsin IJe delivered the old known speech that did such damage to de- in Minnesota Ust fail He shooter and now that tha nns gone mis up in me corner empty silent and useless The speech in question is confined to capital Pa and lugy fie asserts lhat he is lirely a man with crooked nnd curly hiir Most of the colored people will admit this ment and thank heaven that they in no way resemble our new member Jrom the Third The does At the close of the debate inquired of Mr Douglas if ho believed that Congress had power to legislate upon the subject iu tho Territories Douglas said that ho did not And yet Mr Douglas that Territorial tures tins of MJ The one opinion is under the Constitution with tbe other If Congress no power over i very in the Territories assuredly the Legislature have of tlic SnD ME A correspondent in your Situ j issue discusses two in regard lo the of a Chief Justice on which wish lo a few words lie lhat the Republican parly shall nuke a nomination and doubts whether Judge Smith should be the nominee With to the fiirst point we incline writer says each day than all the rest of the Wisconsin delegation We have no doubt of it lor Congressmen hare done nothing but deliver gaseous speeches and laik met A man who now is a busy body or disunionist for thera is nothing lu do but to vole for voting is a We pra- sumo holt of Larrabee's work con- sists in folding and franking his speech The general of this document will welfare of Why docs he not il- lustrate Perhaps ha is to work getting up cms It add much to the interest of the work if Dr Larrabee would set up a manakin in Congress Then let us have an of his speech lhat ignores the humanity of many millions of men who happen to b3 darker colored than the Dr If says this writer only con- sent to have his name pressed by his there is little doubt he would be cleated speaker of that Congress stale of confusion mail contractors starving the government wheels fast blocked tha Union in i state of constant dissolution and and Larrabee might mend all things if he were not too to have his name by his be poulticed Let the immediately introduce a resolution requesting him not to be so confounded Lei his name be or loo good of our common country to agree him that the party should make a nomination but we do not products and will bring about itself voluntarily nnd without any legal or almost put nn end to his life On Saturday morning last at seven clock tbe poor was taken from prison and conduced quietly on board the steamer for New He arrived in cily on Monday last where he is still from the effects of his would become enraged and his treatment and looking work which we of pain would im look things easy from i tie country witl receive loQ Corner street tad Western t of 100 ElV ntt Leare for Portage water every and Friday atC no cC days Arrives itt JB radon io tiinofor tna Orders left at the or will attended to Lac TTS NVe otic comment to make on to do all bis case The man informed us in could be no real benefit Still here is tbe common with the great mass of Irishmen in effect of mind over matter this country he bad always voted with the 1 Democratic He had known in j is the greatest of all bodily thai party op- but the fewJ thought of other difficulty all the commercial with the North that will ever be of the least service to us TKS DOLLARS is A YEAH FROM EIGHTEEN SWARMS OF BEES bave from reliable authority following account of remarkable success in raising bees in State A gentleman in one of valleys near the bay last year purchased eighteen hives of bees for which he paid eighteen hundred dollars From these eighteen hives he bad one hundred and one swarms and he has sold one red of the swaims for one hundred dollars thus realizing the snug sum of ten if hei thousand in one He has still and the process hand nineteen more lhan ne all must So much for but at last consented to f knew him only with a wooden leg AY hen lie bad bis nervous pains he always called ibr hot water Into which be put his en If told of bis foliy in supposing such a proceeding do any good be California Farmer THE hardest of a s to feel like grumbling end have nothing to at him thai a to nominate would insure of a Democratic Chief That Judge Dixon will be the f v khout any formal well understand Tnat he will some republican votes particularly among lican lawyers we expect portion of the class vo ed for Mr Lynde in- stead ol Byron Paine the Republican lire ol State flights and are not controlled by lawyers Let the issue be fairly made an it will be il the Republican candidate is one whose position is known and read of all men lo be on the jUe of State against despotism of tha Fugitive Slave Liberty will count its majority by thousands For every Republican vote for Dixon and Federalism we ahall gain five Demo cratic votes for the Stale Rights candidate Whether formally or informally ted to the second point I answer Judge A D Smilh is strongest candidate the Re- publican party can propose There has been a great change of opinion within among both American and German Re- publicans who opposed bis nomination a year ago many of leading men duce a toothless old mother as Mitt or call a has been used since the French war or a six-shooter sentence in the maiden has been worn to and utters on the stump in this and among the Democracy in Minnesota lie has left out the leaf about Douglas as that stock de- clining now but the rest of the speech Larrabee's regular old and It most ancient maiden speech we ever heard of We sincerely hope will overcome the rosy blush of maidenhood and consent to his name n CLIPPINGS Tbe are such a sadly condition that hey should ba sent to a in wrs frozen over last week This is another Northern siun and it requires the attention of secessionists It is no reason a lady on her head that she is a reigning belle if you to spoil you may have to soil a great many roia in raising them We don't know of a Southern in the nation that isn't a democrat 80 tha way and the best way to destroy the of disunion id to spirit of democracy -T IT is stated to bo a that ment pays Oregon and California bers of Congress a session for age and yet members Washington on 1 free pass As matter of course they are Democrats and it is by just such mears the disgraced
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