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Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1860, Green Bay, Wisconsin WILLIAM J SATURDAY OCTOBER 24 18130 A Little Kindly Criticism done weil in ili oar old favorites prominent of whom lire the are by tin M the in his say for or against those w ho but why has lie not also engaged I Mrs who wo threaten beautiful your he must do Vet if i attachment to Union as VD cru told she us much as lias to any oilier for be to look are ol Hc will then take an oath to the of his ability to preserve de- Regularity EDITOR BAY PRESS Soine of our townsmen fueling the Constitution of tlie U States That Constitution requires that he shall can thai the laws iu a part of the States of the Union but in all the States of tiie Now he must discharge that duty or he will be false to the obligations of a President and you must help him do it or you will be false to the obligations of a citizen So long as you see the existence of the threatened and yet have not work we nay Street i- ia a though we ly of opinion that is in on the the mint the season though wv thai his us fur us we are oii our Aether approve th he which in oar opinion hi many faully hi the he enterprising and t patronized by the lie in to a lo tlie Tenth mill we Weil which tlu the news from the urr aloof are JUT together for common they to iie And il ar that ilie f the year a of Southern States will hi vi bamU it i which will a whole a bring it to the The mull or Ol well call fall upon and will lie the of have no to east the party though wi and have 10 the bur little to wrought for the oi lh for ever of truth it may in iti ia ami nil know that tical value think the of disunion will fall upon South and not upon the if you wish the to be to be ed yourselves from the duty c the to the incut which solve you both fro in flint obligation But while the exists you had better it seems to insist tipon the obedience of every part of the to its severe things about your answer your purpose as a but it is not the whole duty of a citizen If you w uld welfare instead your party had better say just and rather than smart and live conduct these leered back forth at Josus ly we do not think by those who now no of upon liy and his by so much is a with Southern South certainly and now to withdraw from tlie lias month will have so us their with No-.v shall tin be 01 to bo liow a for tlv ties only with The re- will upon not a The wo cut Mr PHY edited by Esquire The the Green Bay by i ly and of 15th edited younger of the to of i States fore the January next will have the bonds of tho Union bo tlu of It will unprovoked for all know ill no by so much as a breath to wo to tho South for such conduct they have boon and but now that they attention to BOn now that they tiro about to commit without tho provocation tho crime of they it so much and ness that wi have nothing to say against them Indeed wo do rnt how conduct of one town by the County ers and some of the political friends deeply with their hardships it may not fail to amuse the public ly to know how the election in the town was in fact conducted Nov 5th tho day before election the Supervisors of the town a rnan who was not a town officer to wal of one of three on the the board llm day Election arrived two of the Supervisors appeared the third not neither did appointed tlie day before the substitute was reported to have started early in the with a jug of whiskey for an electioneering tramp on IS In this juncture the Supervisors present appointed as inspector and friend of theirs from the Green who was visiting This Green Bay man officiated P.M A t this hour the original a group of victims to being forbidden to enter the by letter by Telegraph to Ft Churchill Nov S E vote returns from tlie State Lincoln Douglas ahead of vote es are considered the best The ture is who a over both Lincoln house and receiving elect a Douglas Senator to from L fair for-'LineoIti to ry of gone over wing of the the las PUBLISHED MARCH 30 CHAPTER 370 publication of notice of proposed or Till People 1 be fonni J for any anv make the application if this Slaty for an act ny shali i c a in tin Strong WHOLES ATE DEALER I- Special the this on the that Cabinet is their faith in the of our institutions For first you Mr threaten the are And you do that they are oii f And we regret Lo add that unless from i threats to overt acts of we do tbe prospector their und vote W F P Jr DAVISi of tha 3 H S 0 this city this it justice peace there was i if be at the door bv tho substitute ed fact is a i ter ol the then entered rno took the seat of the and during mainder of the day acted as inspector without having taken or subscribed any oath of After poll was closed the tickets were not counted prior to being ed During the canvass two yellow tickets were found rolled it was found that counting these two as one there were tickets in the box though but thirty-four persons had voted A part of this was cleared up by retaining the other Thero was still an extra of this vassers adjourned to another house and or them alter i ing a LI w any application hen e made purpose of hiw authorizing the erection of II i i V SD 11 J Reel Hi STAR WHISKEY H complete ul in this market at lowest prices r o us as the 01 Main Cash Paid for all kinds of Bay Nov 22 l bridge the keeping and of a ferry or the building or erection of a in or over any navigable water in State Journal O X if be- lie of such and S it be Jie of Atwood Horace so applying or Editors ami Proprietors or some of then or 11 such incorporation of AUT OF mi Journal is ol the i nucl as such publishes the signify his or their D7 publication at of bu inserted at least weeks It full and reliable ports proceedings of Court and of nil ol Th v at ilio The Daily contain authentic of the IK paper and which are of revilin i worth intrinsically less than one De- every time that South to of w to dissolve which liaw yot to endeavor to IM and t jf t L l rt f i L- T I which were woll known two difficulties cunningly and votes were reconciled to voters vote of the town was little faith a little constancy The f last There heads across i of this ot are tho returns as regular as the great American is not about which it tried to and to tho of disbanding to be will be satisfaction and for ilie ing of stool plated frigates will be pressed wilh unwonted vigor and issues will be for new levies of men Would to Heaven that before November ends and men appear off harbors uf York and Charleston knot of ours by the sword these States would coine result may a to die who thus distinguished themselves by their official skill EAT N us to bridle our tongue a little on the start in editorial he says is a desperate bad habit and grows on a fellow We'll do it very bit will restrain us together and wiu men plantations ot the bouth and the of the North but we nothing less than old cocks n and some ol olu more ate would be side by side awakened neighbors dream and glad to lind us all again much to be wished the editor would not sleep so soundly for a whole naval armament to wake him us to it father too We to him a few buttles of Sand's With a little less bile on his he wauld be able to eyes by the simple use of can be unlawful even for are sovereign entered the regular bitters Federal with us for mutual DOOR tne as returns from Door County The for and and the hardship resulting from the disconnection will upon them aud not us havo tho the upon the Union by as clearly stated as were the views of tlie upon the management of the Little Theatre by Mr STUEET And now Mr we to you a few friendly need them aud wo hope you will them You may that Four years ago a Constitutional of the American people determined to intrust JAMKS with administration of the You for j a hie exhibit and shows the county in a very light vote Maj UCO Sloan 150 105 Simon SS County Officers 5 raaj Harris 1 A K 25 C 235 KANSAS un- been appointed by the Chamber of Commerce of Milwaukee a committee to receive for the relief of the destitute of Kansas Contributions of 11101103 provisions thing or materials for clothing Will bo received and may be sent to either of the undersigned committee All contributions will bo forwarded to the Central Committee of Kansas at Atchison K T HORATIO J C L L Milwaukee Nov 13 Press of Wisconsin please copy nothing is as to Mr Lincoln's appointments questions are urged upon as to a tion of bis intentions 1 if is to say be at all of uneasiness in parts of the country nor of the commercial troubles may have beer ho does not discover any cause lor specially his any lic of Among other dispatches re- to-day by Mr he had m in It iit the that if Hit personal ger came no little I told that Lincoln tiie feeling at ilie South to be to a number very in- tor Xo.v 12 will regard for many weeks previous to making in one or more of in the county where the objects of association or tion are carried or are intended to be ried into and newspaper be published in county then in tlie newspaper or newspapers published est to the same and due shall be of such notice having been previous to leave to any to comply with G R RAT ON PACIFIC lv ft ana are worth several price A volume in Ten copies per Ten copies for plication 2 If person or persons shall COAST FIVE ACHIEVED be to make to The has Become the Field of this slate for tbe alteration fm Art of any ine Uvo 1 CENDANT o long list of triumphs just achieved this the Mountains have added FIVE or counties or city or and of any or or si i the IKI I of any county seat or to lay LI State road bell it- duty of tbe within the last month in- California fry taking or persons intending to FIRST PREMIUM ation to signify his or their Slate Fair at Sacramento hnd four Hull by advertisement inserted in one or j oilier Fairs held in the State over all more in tiie popular in or counties in to bi new t s la flie or p or be or n win nl tor six i-iii und thai is sla of i The iiro now call at bring any comply with such NOTICE cell so will be 1 be to discharge or J an vent from his debts pursuant of and all be The from produces no bl and the least change in Mr Lincoln's nation to all as to his policy i general next Mr to be hunters for in ss done Tnat in sat tion as ii the nearest 1 per or shall be sufficient SKC o opening of session of tiie legislature shall be joint standing committee nf of the of the Senate to be known as the on local to al for tiie purposes in this i when I I evidence of publication I tice bv shall tn Twenty-six of Chapter one Uo Revised Statutes c of of Wisconsin Charles i Packard of the Village in tho of anil of first on the of Creditors are hereby no- tilled to appear before the Hon S Cotton of the Tenth Judicial in Green Bay oil of nt one o'clock to I if any they have why said make nn and be froin S R How THE PRESIDENT steps in the election of dent and Vice President of States are according to little youth lias ed rev making for dispose I deluding wilh tlv that the which than any tlie despotism existed and after disturbing of the whole country by keeping it in- a state of turmoil and apprehension at- length to the yoke sorry for Soutli Carolina be- think that long been un- der the t mania and has at last She will not be her and wo allowed to sovereign deur therefore the new is where people less an in any other Impe that she able tect hersel f from northern nigger but if not she for help But it is a we scarcely know what it proper to pursue If it were not for the precedent Ave should lit her go arid we afe laws at the following still fry the L By the act of benefits of disunion and fora Electors for President arid Vice President of the are appointed nearly four years he has astounded by H Sorrenson 174 The majorities of the above are re- votes moral sensibilities of the world by the I at fettle most wanton corrupt and systematic rule it has ever known You know he has even the in- State on the Tuesday Monday in November 2 By the act of 1192 these electors are to meet on Wednesday in ber after in their respective States to I their votes 8 when to be- certified by the Electors sent to the President of the Senate Ou the second Wednesday in February after the sealed certificates of the ors are to be broken open votes and the result declared in the presence of Congress THE STATE JOURNAL We publish this of better portion of the party which elected him You yourself if we remember aright expressed n but not a very pious desire to hang him all this he has not been and the Union has not cd The minority has submitted and to submit Not u threat of lution or of secession has been hoard from them They waited not patiently but quietly for tho of a al redemption That day came on the 6th of this ent month that day a al majority of the same people and named ABRAHAM LINCOLN to be their week notice of the commencement the new volume of this paper We consider it in many respects the most valuable and paper published in the State In addition to its edited with un- usual ability it contains all of the latest telegraphic and news full reports of the proceedings of the Legislature synopsis of the decisions of the Supreme Court and by act of the Legislature is made the official paper of the State so many excellent features it necessarily a welcome and valuable all derit for next four of March I if will be MISSOURI which has vociferously SCINTILLATIONS FROM of the Washington boasts that his sheet is well filled The rascal's worst filled sheets are those he sleeps in A Disunion editor in Alabama says that he has hand to the wheel He ought to be made his feet to the wheel of a treadmill at that One of our editors says that he is to both faugh and He laughs like hypna and cries like a crocodile die and their epitaphs generally lie for them is the letter a said a young lady to her accepted The gentleman like the generality of his sex perhaps as clays Devolution Island Virginia troops to keep her own tories from plundering the throats better Let all of the government South and the 1 or as the case resort to to she will soon oii her knees begging The to the best of Carolina and people will be slow If she escape ijin evil of war of federal troops over- run her territory she tier stocks and property of every kind depreciating Her bills will where outside of limits and the notes of her banks now circulating in this and other States will be instantly re- turned for redemption We advise body to refuse a South Carolina We have none of them unless they come from an old subscriber who never Lynchburg Virginian Nov THE OE MR Toombs resignation from was rendered necessary by his pledges the canvass In holding on till March however ha takes the chances for a which every body believes he desires has no his counsel nor faith in his stability fie is in such a position was as dull as recover from his recent mer added the with a i tion with Mr Douglas Last winter he On the friends is still in verv look at the the room without it the picture at the declared here that he wanted no better i ive I epitaph I epitaph Here lieu the t ed to c -11 n such 4 a NOTICE the will be made lie of K from his debts pursuant to the onu hundred and Statutes of Wisconsin i- U Williams of the t I of in the County of I oi the i 1 are ix of Tenth Judicial Circuit Wisconsin on the Dth s one p m to y have why said n and be discharged 31 S K Tne of tin was HI the way ol special In this Cily on Monday morning last ALICE M only daughter CLAY C Esq from various Presidential lr C months candidates immediately after tiie lin's u heavenly We quote from the lust issue of his hu of to be stamped upon a thousand hearts forever She his gone to moot band iHiieni countless others of our carly loved and our early from our hearts there shall go out no there comes back of n and a 111 Nov y M 1 Dear j'jli.'etion both Yours A and we will follow its noiseless path or en up lo smile of GOD Ala 8 1 Ed and my great art came tor i in dismay S -A i i DEATH OF ALICE CROSBY Ivy Nov 8 I Death so long among our little baud Black lias eome among us and has touched a 1 start lender flower one we all loved and admired one lovely so winning in all her ways hits ns never more to meet in our happy yet i broken circle never again to engage with us m j oar studies and to join with us in the duties she was wont to loved her much but i loved her more and has her to self where there sorrow uor where sin will never copio is dead so behaved badly up Saline Creek per tiie bvc J C 15 rs Tenn 7 yours J BELL D 0 Nov 7 Old Abe can lake the i vt a s shanty next March I an tired j being 1 ub I1 Havo to write lor In obedient J 15 How ing the twelve Senator's whose terms ex- next March the Senate stand 24 Democrats 30 Seven of are from the States and will tilled by the the live cousin Illinois New York and sylvania will elect Republican Senators Semite will their stand Republican The house is ly more than the ate If therefore four States tiie Senate be at a tie and Vice President Flamlin would give the vote with Ilie the House would be by a majority Query would it not be better for the Seam two weeks have passed away since she wus with as the most little group bat now she has gone to Heaven to dwell and spirits of the better land too is an ungel and with a never failing eye is over us whom she has loft Great as is our loss greater is her gain sickness anil sorrow are past with she is py Lind in spint more to sailer singing praise Too good for this world a kind of a nnd virtuous the course of nature its light heed of human suffering that it fora happier world W LOOK OUT FOE THE ENGINE WHILE THE BELL THE CARS IRE cy for- the poorer slave in ready to do up the thing handsome way event of a secession would-be wholly of his customers with the latest and of a Republican most desirable of to advise their hotspur still COOK PIATE AND STOVES keep their linen whole and and also with everything usually ni ware Siore from a to a log some act oi 01 ITe still all articles in the line of Till smd Sheet Iron York and is prepared to sell for cash or ready pay just a cheap as the man All will find it to their to call and examine for elsewhere says that the N Y Wide Awakes have ordered now uniforms and a t fur purpose the and an of coln as the President of these United Green Bay Sept 26 A KIMBALl A HEED BAY WISCONSIN Attorney Counsellor at Law will attend tq the of Taxes and all other properly belonging to the Profession
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