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Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1860, Prescott, Wisconsin BUSINESS BAN BANK OF f to 1553 ad prompt attention given S TO TO OF ALL KINDS I Will be at tho ATTORNEYS 31 H AT LAW Office Court Will promptly It- April 30 WHITE Jt JAY ihu 41.1 KINDS to and put through with at Wholesale and Retail at fair prices Nov U JOSEPH NO EXCITEMENT AT BUT to ml up a in Furniture line 1 would this method inform tha public that of Steam Cabinet and Chair Flour and Grain of all kinds will be in and TI ill not be reinsert anil furnish houses arp tu will before purchasing ns I am prepared to mute BEDSTEADS CHAIRS ic and them at wholesale ns cheap as be chased oust with freight All kinds at to order and warranted to ho made in a ncr Custom be warranted to suit or mi saio I would also state that I am to of upholstered and work and will make chairs So dealers in can purchase of cheaper than hey can lot rom below ThD Patch Quilt I only knew she cams and in She was a phantom of delight t And I was like a Besides the houses are poorer and many instances are mere hovels built of brick i I and with grass South of from the One kiss dear I Out of those lea der David this spring presided in the Republican National Convention 111 and una grass South of u in Chicago but where ris is better and Mr as the Land Office the fields showed of the filat PaSe of this Ol paper an hi Xo 12 ail Wisconsin P II li P tf by mail or otherwise will receive prompt attention ST PAUL BOOK i IS PHYSICIANS W St P Fuller M D vf eun and feeling in general J X t from Jew York A M D AND at ths Walter and SHOEMAKERS BOOT AMD snos STORE Twit Df i notice A slock ol HI wurk on haml at reasonable nt nj tin Northwest Shop or the r Manufactory Third St over i completed bis for of Books is now prepared to Books of every description hound Ring out ye bells to the wild BCa You them 0 my night by the castle Beloved must Come hack come back P she cried in Jy eyes aro dim How shall I live through nil the days Osgood All through a hundred years in the of time She me with her hand We strayed together deeply Into Land The laughing brieal roses hloT To dress her Ko maiden may her compare must I clasped it on her cold hand The precious golden link 1 calmed and she vraa so I won my ADd walked in The fairest thing that ever mo the him in which he am his political views It is ho more than do with the miserable they at an be have to me irp of he opposite party i J Out we then TT i an j test Hie people manage i endeavors to to cultivate their well aa Norwegians v 01 ir ultra President Buchanan Another of the of the Proviso and of the then ber of Congress Abraham Lincoln was this spring nominated by the can National Convention at for jnt i tu rae -1 are convention at for least a century behind the times ex but where -ere you W hat ammo into of the article Hudson as the j our American farmers think of going into the fields with a fork made of a forked stick CT s perry j marie by fastening a rough piece of wood i to the end of a pole with down through it for of a plow con- throwing the pieces 1 of iron or into an angular shape wi Mr Reymert ia evidently not one of those Democrats that regard the sion of the everlasting nigger as insignificant in our home politics for the quintessence of his article is a Hudson as the Office bolder of the detested pro slavery President Sir if you want to be a Sovereignty you not say that you ore opposed to the extension of slavery to the QUU JJU and attaching them to a largo beam the end of which rests upon a pair of rough of a scythe about three feet long aa inch thick and three jo 01 slavery to the h Oml hr you Uow 5 the most can you Mr that attention Mr then begins with de- claring this sentiment in the following extension into new territories for four attached to along Mr with no attempts at not nn twist of our having a handle on the end of it like top of a crutch 1 ara and always have been against thai voted against that very slavery m the United States and its Proviso you extension into i ow can you Mr say that your slavery politics has undergone who now aro a supporter of Douglas who in 1846 was one of those four Congressmen from the irce States not an abolitionist for only the ionists will attack slavery in the State However what be sets forth to prove i me lup ui a JC juriti lu prove r A v and another in the middle like the han his sentiments doea ndn hn the opinion of the ie of Blank Books IB prepared to ish Books and bound to any with or without printed Particular tind paid to orders ty Officers Banks Heads Shipping Eills ruled and printed to order Magazines Periodicals Music fcc bound in directions for binding to promptly September 1858 die to a crank let such as these the toola wuh which the French farmers preferred Wisconsin to a slave till their fields and I saw nothing i or proving tor than these Reaping and he in common with other in- i c o W i foreign MEDITERRANEAN SEA On board Steamship u prove any boutU from London the country French farmers and even worse than others were Free 4 threshing I saw none and am U h'toitants of strove to make Wisconsin a free state docs not tnU j state docs not n 1 D anything for where all tate men might Franklin aim man were men it along the line of the railroad is rough the cradle certainly au old have been difficult enough for Mr New Mexico tion had the settlement in their bands in Kansas and that under two Democratic Presidents Hut was the settlement hke that of Squatter manifested in civil war and but for the of the lican would have been a slave state to-day You Mr Reymert were during the whole of that struggle on the side of the Border puny and consequently in a rather doubtful manner against the extension of slavery to the Territories will such purposes to the in e air Reymert also l hS district n more into th of a leau member that wiil ge himself to mnm res that id h in the end cold shoulder to liim All these l M sound of a Court in ong ago on u very entered benumbed with but no one moved to civa warn hit N m to the 2 The of ia and hilly The of hills lion with us has not wLich appear on either side not crooked sickle which is still as well the bluff of the Mississippi terminate to cut tho grasses the grain Still prove that he been on the in the far famed white while invention has donS so much to of extension of- Slavery C or A r I i I J COOT AND HAS iur.1 tli and nil uf Shoes i of I the hands of an enlightened neo been difficult enough for Mr pie T Why Mr aro then have been a Slave the people of the slave states not your the population of a Territory not en- lightened when they legalize slavery 1 Perhaps not perhaps the cause of tan wall in the back part of the Presently a young limb of tha law addressed him and the following di- took You look like a traveler I suppose I am I come all tho way from Wisconsin afoot nv From Wisconsin What a dis- tanco to come on a pair of legs i r done ttd you ever pass through bell in any of your I been tie outskirts ores s to e Mr Key inert s proofs to he in their want of no At near i lighten the labors of the husbanding tne introduction Vf slavery by we took a small steamer for the French farmer Ses h of ion of our to of water at all orthe year they posses TK the Old tOOls Mr Re K n r CUSTOM MILLS to nny in Connly to nil avoided Flow Corn Meal Bran of those passengers who with selves dec do i glve All Kinds of Mill Peed orders i on hand and for sale cheap of on St door to the i millers employed and warranted in uf liont y Sepl tt Dee MISCELLANEOUS A II or THE AND Wiil to Paving on in Pierce and counties and to loaning money on real estate g money on rea estat Ascent iu Wis hM lilted up shop new i prepared to do in tile Call and tee him GKI did n-t HI If L Huls M PP nnd aid myself keep midships and tion The appearance of the fields n to that the j aa for as possible the realize the excellencies of the advice i seems not unlike western fa 015 v PB he i doing what does not that principle become an enlightened people Tbe I thought likely Well what ar Hie and customs there ot us would like to 0 you'll find them tha same as ia this lawyers sit nearest tht fire to Phaetons son muss KEW in TO JOHN HARWELL We narrow TE r sns Banded at Boulogne line of division between the farms But the extension of slavery to e down looking place they are cut UD into of territories mtj which H a tumble down looking place they are cut up into patches of rained new territories We ware compelled to file through wheat or I I Shop inform the that he r Md 1 tho T n the July by I1 Volt hv strong n i S i nil convenient hoats ic of on lho at 1 Storf rear n membership of the Hh of n tjike'boolm 10 cts Mch with for t- J 359 y on lin or cattle hogs veal calves and hides 1 MILLS Fierce Co WIs for all l rt of r'S off C B COX To Druggists and Country Merchants J M Reed Co 144 UQ LAKE ST CHICAGO in pure Drugs Medicines rind IF Surgical instruments let Goods OiN Burning Alcohol find Drugs ving a partner in York who gives attention tn the selection of our stock we are aMed to first goods at ns prices as arc in this market J II Reed NOS 144 AND 146 LAKE ST CHICAGO ILLINOIS OF OF Drugs Chemicals Dye StuSs Paints OILS AND GLASS J II HEED H A S S BLISS passage and exhibit our nuisance to About die steamer was n crowd of men a white head covering tho caps our grandmothers used to be the only Having bought out the SF J of John will carry on the business at the j tO stand on next door store And will all kinds of mentis at prices If K ii W U A T Si BACON LARD AND TALLOW Of constantly on hand Cash 1 Therefore by declaring himself a one see a ol wheat ready to be harvested side by the Norwegians proved that he is not side with another just ready for against the exclusion of slavery from The absence cf makes it the territories ry that the and sheen hn to demonstrate the tended by t lower classes when they do not go bare- the ancient shepherd surrounded by of a man that wants the headed altogether These females were his flocks All the road we of representing engaged in taking the from the si of the of France are left enough to see females in such J enough to see females engaged in such labor but one soon gets used to seeing females in labors in France They work equally with the men in the fields and it seemed to me they perform the severest part of the labor I saw them reaping carrying heavy burdens on their heads pruning the vines and not For the Transcript Tuesday of last week by the Rev Mr Mr and Miss Susan So it the fools are not all dead yet Another precious pair have ob- a legal permit to hug kiss and squeeze each other to their hearts con- and responsible of representing us in Congress His arguments 1 That everywhere where the lent of the slavery question is left with the population of a territory the result will be as in Wisconsin the cause of liberty is always safe in the hands enlightened people and 3 That tho mass of those emigrating to our Territories are always liberty lovin 1 If tho result would always bens it has in Wisconsin then the of New Mexico would not to-day be the o gument of Mr Reymert is merely a phrase that as well aa the next that 3 The mass of those who emigrate to territories loving If that were always go we would not nave so many slave states Mr Reymert to judge by your pressed views you will vote for I las for President How then cun vuu tell us first that the result of very question in trie hands of the population will always be as in Wisconsin second that liberty is ways safe in the hands of ed people third that the mass of the population of the territories aro always liberty loving men T Permit ua to re- fer you to the speech of Douglas in the U S Senate on the of May last He there tells the that Cabinet Chair Factory P to all ot M if tat or of lho i WU 11 To it May Concern BED AND BREAKFAST MEALS 20 Paying pcr Week C P BARNARD XOT 1 ISiO h 7 squeeze each other to their hearts con- worst slave country over which the flc hey ould be seen busily at work So it soon as United States waves for if Husband was strolling along lay aside their and New it stream with a fishing rod in his hand j dresses they are looking about for the on the rick while chances to get spliced lairS the next thing is a Proviso Has Mr Reymert canal might be seen two or of j short paragraph in the local pacer how that read It was thus attached to a long rope drawing what similar to the above Just think Provided That as an express and boat in which sat a stout man the absurdity of the Whv condition to the acquisition if I of Snv flYim trip it left with the people Mr Reymert was an anti- slavery man in and then as he says himself in favor of the Proviso Has Mr Reymert forgotten squatter sovereignty haa given to slavery tho whole territory of New Arizona and finally asks them if they with such a fact before them cannot put faith in toe principle to leave the settlement of the question with the population when the United States shall acquire more territory from the Republic Do you hear Mr Douglas says to the slaveholder that they may be sure of more slave territory when the away to two guests and a Highlander who each trying to prore the ot their native countries Gf at un argument of thia kind a man possesses overwhelming gea The Highlander's logic was no good that he beat his opponent upon ery point At lust the Englishman put a poser You he said at least admit thai England is larger in extent than Certainly was confidant reply You see sir ours ia a mountainous country is flat Now if 11 our were rolled out flat we should TOU by hundreds of square miles Propose continually to yourself new objects It is only by enriching your mind that you prerent growing poor Sloth and enervates it regular work excites and strengthens work is always in our power An aged man who during a life of toil mental and physical bad not known a day's illness fcU cret Temperate living dry feet and ara my only guides to health I say Jaole i i -i three bad eggs and a pair of boots were wu in of lazily guiding it From the their labors in the sun faces of any territory from the Republic o ancient Israelites they worshiped j tue cf any IT 1 i vir Advertising Agen J In announcing to the ladies from for snip a 156 Randolph St Chicago 111 Her in the business and superior ot Ribbons etc etc assures her of WATCH MAKERS ASD rood u n rn mey me ot any treaty maybe a hard and oronz.d appearance and the golden bnt ido tiated between them and to The use bv features are and repulsive Even Bu b are g m f the Executive of the moneyg herein an- among the better classes the women are of thc Of the Ben neither slavery nor not remarkable for A- t h k f i tary servitude shall ever exist in any and agreeable they may bT except for crime J J m your coffee producing your whereof the party shall be first duly dressed tney and i n ht cap instead A nf n J f gracefully to the person of a French woman but compared with Anglo Saxon blooming complexions they are not re- the only consolation to be ved from this mournful state of affairs I This celebrated proviso was offered in Congress in August 1846 by the then Democrat David Wilmot of vania after consultation with Northern Democrats her or among a people so enlightened as the to favor her with f French women perform the most to mill at Terv low nial and severe labors shows that be- neath all their exterior forms of polite- j luia or markable for beauty The fact ia the oH That Proviso just re- to mill at very low figureR In Empire Wilding comer of and 10 Sot Slay J of UleT Howe's Standard Scales TOR SALE BY THOS S Tin Plate Avenue Weigh tint c-f No Check Ail c-c ferred to New Mexico which together with was ceded to the United Before the days of teetotalers a States at tbe with Mexico of neighbor of Mr Bisbeo saw the LouPe Hidalgo 2d of 1 principle that the population of the shall settle the slavery question and Congress not be allowed ro ton how dp you think it would with Saratoga water film water States acquires mere territory from Jack an- Mexico if they only will recognize the other that thn nf es A nuo who bu of anything to do with it But we have said more than enough for this time about the views of the to have can at least boast of always 1 al in his chest to graiss i democratic candidate for IS nothing a mean Changed his views he has considerably a peony wait since the ti since the time he was a Free Soiler but he would like exceedingly well to ride The lack of fr a wen to ridel va if m with one leg on each side of the fence tlw boso of it ft m order to procure the of both chest parties It however not difficult to An Ion at a t find where he is by looking into the An makei thing a little We are led to the con- be viction that we can safely recommend him to those of the Norwegian born ain a rery ean Wisconsin Democrats who really don't care whether slavery is voted up or ed down in the now and may get hereafter Mr Reymert promises to all their exterior forms of polite- rv YOU tK t V at an early hour of the dav J clung to that Proviso ness there m among them less of slowly homeward on his hands and j so Jou ot the opinion of real for MT i that it was doubtful New chivalry of real than 13 found t Saxon From Boulogne to Paris the soil js j ii uu uio aUU respect for the knees over the frozen ground j ong the less don't you get up Mr Bisbe I Why don't you get up and walk 7 said From Boulogne to Paris tie soil is riaTt tft a n i j I V e to not so ferule or so well cultivated as m j here bat Fm T At that time Mr y 1 I ratal n U was doubtful whether New ico would become a free state if Con- gress did not prohibit slavery You then also meant Mr Reymert prohibit I A LU England There Is more TraMe land you i were therefore really against the sion of slavery to the Territories tut The winds are for an unlucky blow Diligence is a fair anil Mr Reymert you know very well that by seriously so you would en- all the influence you could sibly have with your party as a Do good with what tlum hast What most a e- a mos anw a Congressman because the Denir grain ElM reaping party in Congress are opposed to the Homestead Mr also knows very well that he as a of Con- gress could do nothing for the map i ment of our harbors sntl rivers because 1 Wp it duellist's fear to bar
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