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Southport American, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1846, South Port, Wisconsin r WISC ONSIN NOVEMBER NO S c M thu lin i i ur l i i N Oo l T r i u i ti l n supply of pure of and 11 tbe Mm oi ibi ing i pipo old Cognac do old l do Swnn Om 1 do l alid St Croix Ruin Xi do 2 du London Pol tur l l l l f 5 fok u of by n K nd of o n 11 nnd 3 bo ud o l cl will do well to i ii U ine nj tbc iy d el sell i und on j w ot i S l Ai j ir ut idl l lo i- v ilii lu Soul die single or i or i nnd rig ol i lun lit of kind m i l iu Ilo lo In IU Houi ol lu -t Tur K j nouee ol l t v i ion li in l l lo i liod t lo cany -i n to tiny p u l oi lUu Tun y or li M So A p l I II Ih MM l i MI n a r d ilico A iu n having bc es JA will business un- di i Co have just a nnd coid and aio to execute lor GS witb Waggon Dogs fyc on hund and for sale und Grisi miH gearing cast and i n g and jobs of alt kinds do n o up at short Iron or tukan in for HENRY McKOY Doc M5 i Milla nnd Burlington L lo i sule by JNO SO 18 KJ A MaSH man's c iVc for sale al thc store of 1 G W PALM K R Co in ti is ry f cvor of iiio n bo yido and Ae at thc ot O W Intc C U Rio anJ St D Collie foi sale by JNO 51 PTj l 1 1 1 Sii now li is full stock a pi ibr A ard Green A Hash ard ror per 7 M n il -n iv 1 M LD joi iii K IT l j i t b a i and i 1 i 11 md 1.1 vi bi a i und ii i U ri v fi and lea j ud i l i l- Pin l c i i a id M1 p-i i a M l om ti a i l aie ai i 1 e i la v i s r o u o i i M ih i i A l II 1 II l 01 li 1.1 J ol u Illi i ni 11 d bv i I at K luoK COOK lor by v K 111 for 111 jaits ol JL 01 A of Tur Robea ai d to be l i u Jil at ue ni Sf Co Ai tj Q tbc Gnu 11 Rivu lor Kile by 3 was onc of m bia While a boy bis 3 on billa of tiie hind ol ba out bis un- Si Hg to tho Sky Bild Blitbeiioine Swoet be o'er and oi is iby place Oh i to in be l is tby Iny and Farin iko Love gives t love il on by wing au Tby Iny is ir htv on O'er f dl and O'er moor O'er ilte t cd that tlic Musical l soar bc concs in tbe Snoet and bed of love bo of JHcst bo Oh to abide iu tbe TOM S O O l S I nover but said Tom to set tho of my wila Yoti krow hei wiy cool but as grew alter wc wero and all Mas and cozy bhe got mo in the of all thc Sno me to lo it yon know but thc i il Has done just in Ih is way She mo ons morning and slipping from j tablo she churn witli cream and fat it jast l ing what So I took hold enough and thc bulfer camo didn't tao bul nico and about it thai I felt Well whon tho duv camo slic did same and I suit and the ler agnin il douo just so and I in for it every lime Not a word said you know of Well by und by this lo bc I fihe should Pice op MB BURCHARD of in Convention 11 In the report which I have had thc honor to lay th's tion I have sought as it was my duty as well as my dosire to do to present an ar- ticle for your on the principle of right i pis as and as as the gave us birth ns a nation and which has given us acter as a people I have this report os embodying my and monts of should be tho law of the State of Wisconsin on thu subject ui and in now it as a substitute for the report of the ofthe whole I wish to bring this question to a vote iti this Convention l speak for no party I am not the piece for sect or body of On my rests tho and I am willing o be tried bar of By the resolutions at Jhe from l if they no should be wilh the same aspirations as other foreigner who comes us if have and tho of j the born citizen I know right is law and law is made through thc how may be received by some ot the and in no way upon j members of this but it u hat tho opponents of granting should ba into this ls them a right to vote their my belief I am ol iu There is none founded arni in re- ther in right or Be- to upon tho and canse a man is horn with a dark skin he ils upon our own people I do is forover to be is a j not propose to enler into a terrible damnable and as false cussion at late time on of as it is terrible Jt is a that will j this part of tho question but if not stand of spirit of thc ler is made a point of age will its with i lion I tho of clean at a tribunal where there is fending the position l herp laken no respect The extension of the right of s ti Fra 1 That the foreigner by his very act of coming us lias comc lo to thc blacks is not it is liberale conclusion out- not a new Wc havo rire in and that lie ni tUe of New and a to know and my Ita practical workings havo bcen i this is a land for tUo i am bound to a voice u from States every nation linder and a and says it is to tlle of in human use my exertions to all men 1 to the h is re- prompt them to action to out so far as action cnn subserve this end upon ah And I should do injustice to did I mov a ing a barrier progress of to in order co whiel he might understand w hat should be they not say this is u duty for the j Umi and made them goods and wiy when t i 1 i I do thai tins report and th of tho human ty of vvho govern It provos ls to bc And them a come haml net with or l may founded on l as some like ro make principles as nnd as eternal as from an influx of the code lo any desin of the I can population It proves that to citrons so pate not m my day final arc l fights aie in the land of the prmciplo upon of a republic cnn rj The first principle laid down in this re- It proves a our is no of color at be mado as a for ajlens and l am of tho in which o n ho chains have race that of adoption W hen they aie or using the of desire to elective as men aie wllling to a er i h sy have allegiance let them do it Another rertson to ias chains have race ni ls aro bv j h vi ve made hs I am of the public poo states havo a s sentiment which has borne down wilh T l n lus ol argument I would nds ns ol our e low l n f n but ihp Cirt 11 ti s out e l sent is that is t men ine is me l cnow thora nre i nt strictions b I no or me but sho and I n of such I also know is to be looked for and i lo f e c l ngs of mon and to j n T as the matter nnd right ol Divine Providence I1 a l that hobe li such be from any results growing out ty i Now where over the negro has property that is taxable it is admitted of Hus opening our temple lo i D i that hobe voice in tbe know too that tho action ot all thc of all nations u is otit principle m i ir -i r disposition and direktion such is bodies n fe w T as any other man No car out as s J bc lor a man ol the i tional and in t hus to every male lor a man elective him from all the the of It is lo h te o O O O and hc black the indian and the j n -1 n t O'S f I U Du odd tolio tid on- y M C'anv.isii ike at 5 H tiVi Simili ilt r r All A ui ni l j n li i Ki d M t 1 l Ci l i tiy lo ir n l a l n do lin juk do S al Kl V i'S K by Ont- Cui PI in for by a fol sale i l ir in mad n iho pny ci ii T p: n MI l- j ot Moi t i I U r l iy 1 f l 1 ISoll III tllO and li i y ot o In- mi tn u A J ind I1 ni l til alol ot ni ol A U M foin i al t n i i n ol on I X l on M i i d dat i t i ui and y il ji arc full am o und JMcd lo tho of and LII n LSC i o and O W Co n c J of C It Walkor Co hi i u l H 10 40 ail f u t Pi about il to my li fe tio on we lusl I made a that I timo slic mp Churning day when my got ih ii stood tUo I got up and Blanding a few just to her a I put on my hat and and out doort I in thc to give her lime to me but nover a word she and so wilh a hcart I on I went down town and up town and town and my foot was as ns that of dove l felt as ifj liau done a f c e l was an sensation ol resling on rno all iho Il seemed limo comc nijd as for home ono dinner I would as soon havo cut my e off So l went and moping round town till hour I went feeling very as a criminal when tho jury is out having in their bands his or death i couldn't makc up my mind how she would meet mc but some kind ofn storm l Will you it this rights and I am not iispo.-'cd to but that tho s if i lo other j as an lo Lim one ol and provo P all frce and men of his DI o ei tv from right principle is u wrong upon v luen iho spirit of thc age the of m nd acting that has rights as and as dear l i any and i i can only be secured by in t j his iho of i ballot is bv our in l as thc of all Thc ihc is an insult to the of a man j And if n man ia to a vole be- a I put H to ariv of conv if hc tlint a few dollars can make an or an heart A is n n oM and A irons do tie j l und tron sauce 11 pcd tin ete H i l in case of the negro by the and for this l to il engrafted into tha con- an any man or class of men principle because it is founded iii right Il is because i being in hc image of God on in guide us m wilh our iow puls us at tho fnat puls ilions ol ly nre lo at of epa ling life is IVA oii this i to sav tiie this Convention 20 is right in case ofo nav bo c u l i 1 nu l M j LI d lai hd nt j 01 u y i iul j i hy ni u uf ili l in ot j in o intim l ar j t i at My by Iran in li l l on tiy of I i y A l o ir l ten iu tin j or shc me with a bad a boller dinner ori day slood churn just I loft it Not a was said l felt cut and every of that dinner seemed as if n would mc She pay any to it however but on juss as N K W if had dinner I rind in L Juat by 1 Dl lo ol l he tn rarry on business iu till a and ais ho will bo tiblo lo allord lus waiCo tis than nny es Ile tender was over I had aud shoving back my I marchod to tlic churn and went at il just in the old drip I kept it up As if in spito tho buttor never was so long I tho cream so had gol warm and so I my away while l was l ut last from real when sho of il is equally and right to place the under the same action or know questions of as much ono before us and on impo lancc them lug for liberal spoko for the firs t timo Comts i om l Thul mon aro born frec and i of is an proposition soli evident and requires more proof exist or that we iba oi 11 was no or more bo given than thc very faet upon as a basis every to the of W n live as has been often repeated in this hall in an age of progressive De- an age whose is a spirit that breaks over tiie barriere ofthe through of rank and nation to a com- mon nature coming from an God In its political it prerogative of ti few lo govern and looki to the rights of all And i you it or u ho about this is u gi and lav of more thail all thai looks 1 l her than iho lo say v l i and who shall bc i m tue froo of Iho God l has given them You l guide i h is cf thc thise alone barbari ccd t b ose in from iho of their tho in its o the of j all on the al i LJ Jll 11 Ili 111 i to advocate a thc duty of placing the in to Yoj l tbu you take one horn t to tue point at -st or tha of If you o makc a property for onc VOLI must fui make f- o e to j anu ycu to makc froe lo all What shull be the of this on Tho of its to to the progressive Dem while you ng new plans and embodying that cure thc to lne u be t o V nnt ti e action OL no of is kept bv ing main by limi they the of meeting nrr iho a republican scrutiny u htch tho von dcal out m alter timo give t l principle of a provision that i1 j i- H J K f j A Cui nov l M CWi and i l tilred up i Hl lo S 15 Cubb l and Hi ili i and H unea v i nol all yoar and 1 n ry lylo nnd all ni lie e j K pi by lliu ho u ili vil in Drug und arc p to on all who may a eaL 01 at good 112 any other in lo Alden's store on of stoie aie lo ibo ol n F P P Dtb horn lo per at the in for me to exorcise with I nover set up in hold matters Gaz U to R A l rul -i and Cotton Nell run cm II V j OM du K tul Mai -j Sneet Hall up i Jir-.: n hy l l IS nnd of all to for atdr by 15 D L f tons for H of a to Of nt O L Uct 45 at MA you there is nny doubt about my going to in- an old of the famous wag R whilo ho was seeing some off at iho depot a few days My dear 11 it will on the moral instruction il has U brought up tho it was brought up on u catt case very Ono of tho was upon last o make a curious of a ment that had appeared in its columns a gentleman wilh being ged in an a i r of honor Hc having bcen so crime to be born wilh a skin this i lil you can provo tho race aro not men l lift my in de- fonce of a principle which comes home use my to to every aud fecling heart Thero is a mural res ing upon housa his moral can bo to favor a progressive that race w U all men to a of ty o plead the same the to for any of our whatevor their Hun they may be de- Tno negroes have s right to live on our right to in and right to the powers and of know not how many of Ibis will But from the very circumstances Under which they aro us an of our as well as of our Originally from their who have freed themselves claim but the common tago the of the soil on they were born to every citizen Born us With the sarns claims of a give thom thai demand ofthe plc and the of In giving up to tho State the first principles of what is return cd for the protection of individual laws made altered or the The ballot is the only means iho only instrument through a security for the present and dieas for thc of the can bc which lo when 5 seck to from u which their they to feel it my the of i hut place men in a position as as to secure to the cause prr it is duty to lend j the af t his as is No man ever or over wid re- i to any ot mon grot cast his in n c uso every of any part of the race of calls on lo which he himself is a The cnn race upon UH and wo should not from u rn ard which wc morally and bound to meot liere is the broad which wisdom as thp of our lutions you muat by the vote you on whether you H true or you it as an and a lie in A LITTLE TOO f a gentleman of a lo rich who turned out not poor t hun i t cd d which hc had to l t- J hirn however iho io t w rc j him i for the hook with Thinh of j iMi
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