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Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - October 26, 1858, Mineral Point, Wisconsin VOL. CITY OF MIKERAL 2G, 1858. Stone Third High Mineral ly T K 11 M S Citr 1 6 J2 00 1 1 a ytr anytime less KATES OK compact or in will bo ax SI for ami fifty for published for a Bin and li at ami kupt of 30 per ccut on NOTICES of Charitable Jim till fur 411 mutt lie Fur in Ad rule nut A allowed the of Chans No a HILLS nt LAY BT anj TLu of I don thy garb All bo thy thy to lint the would U- thou ait not n Still lew thy though you havo no fining or To ht the The of wealth Push on You're you stand Inaction will not Take Tiff's in your It on a in deciding what to AN ST AT E C OX YEK TION A NIGHT WITH THE A IN BY P. 7OMPKIX--1. The are darkening nor them Jill The in northern lit rf arc g wHle followed with the made our the girl's to tbc i Oct. 5th. 16W, The Republican State Coition was held in e chamber at to 'a tall of the After beins called to order by A. proposed the names of suitable individuals to act as the canvassing in ihc plan of The following resolution proposed and That the plan of organization ed by this shall nov be to affect any county already but list of the county canvassing committee the names of the committee for such Ihc candidates of the guise it as you is a vote for Human ry. -Let every man his duty af the and the for Liberty iu at the Tii af Democratic This great iu its first in days of was based the political V of It are to in the Declaration of and writings of its It then a party and its objects 1'liish you have a labor von it was of JAM j jn by the a shall not he but in lien hall C. 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G. of Fan j and S. of to late the John of offered a taken from and Address of the State To Hit of The contest to be decided election t- Kever has n so completely ihe upon which thin was While Ihe of the United as Madison con- nothing which can IN WALL j noit door to 0 a r i i c a of plain piece for the 1; r. 1 V to of 1'oiiit, the AT tier in Court fee tlie Mm I. An indiscreet person is like an un- sealed which every body can It is not lo in the oak ithe crook thai grew in the The us but solitude makes us j Between and wife little I cause much for ambitious Have no losses on plan ol organization in em 1 1 in S. to in stone Attorneys Will n. nail tur M- Manners is a medal whose reverse is wt. 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