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Southport American (Newspaper) - November 24, 1847, South Port, Wisconsin SOUTHPORT AMERICAN VOL 7 SOUTHPORT WISCONSIN WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 24 1847 NO 9 AMERICAN nt I v i i any rr d n on 11 double Medium II nix lliu will be m do i do m o Professional at in M JONES TV YOU in two of Hull t un lim roruU K w LYMAN in Hunts Lumber mid AN ACT in relation to the u in lo time for ho session Tic it enacted the Council and House oj the oj 1 on ol A D of the 01 above H go of 2 and who slmll resided for next clav ami bo u ol tlic or shall Ills lion in become such In lliu laws on of be silo Dur of Iti Sinn 1 i -i i mill MI nnd Solicit y Kinii III will intend in nl ilni lo Ilia ul nail ml III Oct IH nl Solicitor in 1 1 JH I ni r in on i ii nl J V d nt Law nnd tor i a y Office i i- Hindi 2d story II V IV S Ml W T 11 i 1 1 W r it IN r Amu r nt HI IN r in I li iir to him JOHN K mil Public i 4 b UK ir mid W I 1 I Ill I ly LOCK I T of 111 I Ilir I n JASON i o T n o r j nn A Holies i t r i Ovi in- mull Cri Jj i i I- ilc inn auit i I MIII Hi -i II Al aril Mi I mp iiNo Leghorn thoi to volu by ballot for iho num but ol Delegates lo a Convention lo form a for Suite of Wisconsin which is In counly in which ho shall Provided Thai no person shall in any county for such delegates ho shall have been a resident of that for Iho period ten days next preceding iho of his vole and all voters resident ten nory the linns by this act have lo vote for delegates in tho lo person bv this ail lo vole lor delegates lo lliu vention heroin for shall On eligible as A lo said Convention for county or district in which resides SEU 3 Tho number of delegates to bo elected io said in the eral of ihu Territory shall be as follows to In iho co of Eight Delegates In the co of gates In iho co of lu co of Delegates In the CO of Six Delegates In tho of Delegates In the co ol In co Delegates In the co's of Iowa and Three Delegates In 01 Dine Tin en In the co of Dodge Three In the ee In lint co vf Greyn Two In the co ol FondduLac Two In the co's of g ill Ono In iho co of One Delegate IL the co of C Ono Delegate In ihu co's of go Delegate In tho of and Sank One Delegate tho co's of Craw lord Chip ov i Ono Delegate In the co's of St La Pointo Ono In the co of Columbia Ouo Delegate 4 The voles casl for Mich gates hi laken lied nnd and certificates of made out and delivered in tho manner as by law for canvassing und voles and making out and ol for bers 01 the House of Provided That ilu returns of tho said lo the now by law in several counties io receive tin same shall he made on or before the fust succeeding tho day of tion provided Provided iher That clerk of Hoard of she Treasury -on the President and is authorized to receive said and on tho in such sums ns ho desire SKC 8 It shall bo iho of said Convention to give publicity to Con- by by for its publication in all the published in the Territory That such papers will publish llm for u sum twenty per and no shall be ted for its ion in pamphlet form io submit iho lo a vole uf the people fur approval to how the votes upon llint shall Hilton and incl the said Convention shall also havo ihn er lo said to the Congress of United Suites to plv in such manner ua they lor admission of the Slalo of into the Union SKC 9 When tuiy person shall lo vote at any provided for by nui either of Judges lion shall suspect not possess qualifications of a voter or if vole shall challenged by voter the Judges of Election lender in such an oath or in ilie foi tn 1 A 11 do or the Legislative Assembly is re- quired lo be held nt Capitol on the first Monday in J-inunry tirM shall be held nt same place on the first Monday of February next all Territorial elected at the las for tie lenn of one year shall hold their respective offices the ct of said February session or un- lil shall be elected and qualified 1847 HENRY DODGE the besl abilities or ho with census is hereinafter provided to the of the Territory Kvery so shall return lo person by whom bo Was a and fect enumeration of ibe of iho or division him in the form as aforesaid to prepared by And iho several sons appointed in- pursuance of of act to take the census in shall by day of next pre- parc copies of the enunimutioii of thu inhabitants of their respective specify ing number of in each ino counties umler the lown and in each precinct in those counties under thu county system and forthwith one ol said copies properly certified to the of me other the Register of Deeds of sani or if there no Register in such county to the RegiMer ol of the county to which u is al for purposes the logether m shall preserve iho same on hie of to con The Convention WB understand thai an attempt made during past lo effect a union between tho and democrats whose opinions coincide upon the subject of 11 constitution so far as to nominate candidates for the convention belonging lo both political parties The attempt we are informed has failed We not because we have any fears ol iho result of an election in county if party tickets are run but for tho son that wo those dern cruis and together m in subject lo iho inspection of all persons Sice 10 If any person appointed in of ihi ol this act lo take iho census shall fail lo complete sud mako returns thereof by the ease may that I have j tune by ibis act he shall not in this fix months and in this county toll days immediately ing this election i am years tige as I verily I am a u of iho United havo de- clared my intention lo jonling io laws of C tigress on iho subject of and I havo not at this election and if such person such oath or his vole shall bo received unless il shall be by evidence satisfactory to a of Judges that lie does noi sess qualifications of a voter anj if poison refuses to lake said oath or million hin vole shall bo i ejected If any person shall vote at any provided for by this tic lhat ho does not Hi be lo receive any compensation overy so who slmll accept sucb appointment and who shall be and such who a return shall pay the sum two dred dollars to be recovered in ihu name and for tnu use ol Territory belore any court nl competent 17 The said shall on thu liisi of A D IS 17 shall completed and closed ll include only tie se who arc ol said counties or ions nil iht fust day of said and be made by an actual in by the persons taking su h census of a voter I duelling or by personal A I County Snj 01 or of Comity Com- i i tho ease may bo of shall make out ami deliver S lo person as M A N N iV On s in said and shall not in any case he re- ed lo returns of the js'pici- voles of sa d lo liny other countv that iho of O-F hu transmitted to tho r of Iowa Iho returns of I county shall In to iho I ly of the of of W shall be trans- nulled in tin county of iho of the counly of shall he lo iho county of Sank the returns of tho county of shall bo transmitted to tho county of uil ho shall bu to be lor so voting nnd conviction thereof shail punished uy in tho jail ol tho in which he bu for a period not loss ihan e noi more limn And U mi shall tne oath ol uy act relative Uio ol know lug same lu dv lie be j in ht guilty of anil un conviction ue lu llm ay now ov tor Ihu nl ol Ilia ol 11 The et l al tin lot in heud ot every family in counties or divisions SLC Every assistant shall by day ol A D and to by whom nu was a and UK till u constitution shall be finally Our remarks upon this subject in the insl Gazelle have we perceive given of- fence lo the editor of the Racine cate who urges democrats of Kacine County to make u party nomination of delegates to convention from course which the Advocate pursued in regard to rejected constitution as well as from the tenor of its remarks on tht course mended by us we are al no loss to perceive what kind of democrats il wishes lo have cled There is also an announcement in the last number uf the Advocate which is very significant of editor's future course u pon ibis subject Ho says that Mr M M is not a but is moving forward harmoniously of the same party be mel now sucl in a way as shall pre- vent the spread of their senVi monts spare people the lion of and a norce ii our view than he virus of miasm of cholera the effluvium of yel low fever or the infectious breath from cargo of old rags made up of a whole contribution from the worst plague hospital of Cairo Far worse to GUI to them either or evi n si would be the annexation or as it is fash to call it tho ab of the whole of Mexico Abortion The is about and should by our people bo tened to jibou us in- dividual case as if it were proposed to him that one of his jugulars should be opened and his system should made to absorb thereby an ounce ol or hydrocyanic ncid The parly proposing such a measure either as a result which they profess lo desire or while pretending to depre cale it profess to think or fear to be is party and ought to be met by an organization of men who are resolved if possible to nate war at an early day and with fun her involvement We believe the Whig party is so ed nnd we therefore think that the besl interests demand that the Whig should as soon as practicable gain the ascendancy in our government TIIK WILMOT to Mr Tho A after speaking of the perils hat surround the Wilmot Proviso con- adds In our own judgment wo have ar- rived at a conjuncture in which the loin of our and greatest statesmen and though ho would support him is lo evil and lo point JO Ivi Hi vVc 0 l-y rt July Dye 11 Kio nnd nrr i it Inly I M ft noon from tcc Jl II Slore has just received a new of o en aio to examine at iho new Store North of II on Wood A oppO A Co Silver or s I O O Hin Ao o 0 for uf every cut and cast to IF FIN PLATES nnd nt with every of Job l ft HI mid linnil Crawford and the of tho county of Pointe bo to the county of Si and iho person or persons voled for delegate or delegates equal in number to above ed lo such or district who shall havo number of voles shall be declared duly elected Sue 0 Thu said delegates shall ns in till Hull in lliu nt in iho said Toi on iho of De- cember A D al o'clock and when so assembled shall havo lull power und authority lo form a Constitution for iho State of Sno G Tho shall olio of their and one or more Secretaries and such other officers us may bo necessary to of their body and shall adopt rules for tho regulation of its ami and have full power to enforce iho BKC 7 Each Delegate shall receive two dollars fifty cents per day for hit services in said Convention nnd ten cents per mile Cor travel going to nnd reluming from tho same Tho Convention shall receive such coin as the Convention shall deem proper to and the compensation of wild officers of suid tion with iho ses of ihc Convention shall be out of io any for being that may in tho of election us now i-y law SKC Al any election held in suance f the of this act Ihu polls slmll bi al tho ces the annual election was the of and ten A M unii shall BO closed at live o'clock P M any law of inia lo ihu contrary SKC snail within lull days from of this ap in of lliu ol tins t so nu whu is by and to causo of in iho county loi which ho shall been appointed to be taken in mil n Indians not Hi and ana ol tegular army of the Suites very poison so appoint i-d have power lo a- many lo aid bun m Liking tho census as ho may deem and shall sign to each assistant a ol his which shall be defined by Congressional ship lines or the boundaries of towns for town government or shall bo distinctly by courses or public Provided That if any per son so appointed shall refuse or fail lu perform iho duties required by this act u shall bo tho duty of iho to appoint some other suitable to ihc and he ib hereby s lould he doom it to extend in such case iho time by this act for the performance of said dunes for period as he may doom proper SKC The Governor shall imme of ail is heroin lor bu srl form in a ihu or o ihu in go boun and scv iy of the unu iho number 19 The lake persons appointed lo each allowed upon making such furnish io ibu of the names of all persons ind wo far as ho can certain iho same which tho Secretary shall record in the and shall furnish to person so app inted a of Mich and shall at iho forward lo him the necessary blank forms for carrying iul the of ibis to bo prepared by the Secretary the expense of preparing which shall be paid by Territory 15 The persons appointed to tako tho census und their assistants shall tako and subscribe an oath or before some person authorized by law to administer previous to en toring upon the discharge of tho duties imposed by this act that thoy will well and truly cause to be made a and perfect enumeration of till persons resident within their county me sum of live dollars for making the abstracts or copies by and said and anis as compensation service m said sus ut the of one dollar lor every one by Thai in counties of St Croix and be at me raie of dollars lor every dred persons and in of al tho ratu of five tor one and in the ty of d fur olio that ouch county pay tor taking ilia census in its oun aril lor ami copies of iho same m the same as other county lire paul Stc If it shall appeal from the returns of the upon the lion of il e on winch shall bo by the lo tho lhat Iho stimo has not been adopted It shall be the d ty of the ernor of the Territory to n an election of lu form a for the Slate at such lime as ho Tno number ol d so to be Reeled in each counly of persons to of fully tiro glad ho is not Why does the editor of Ihu Advocate wish lo keep Marshall M Strong out of the Is he not u good Is he not suid The editor of may fear the effect of Mr Strong's election to the convention if he wishes to have a submitted to tin people like the one thru has been rejected bui if he is willing to abide by tho will of ihu ple expressed by their vote upon this subject the flection of that can have no terrors for him Tho which wi in the Insi is one which men as Marshall Al and other liki Inni in and in connexion ault and honest wings and hence we suppose arises hostility of iho lo wings of Rock have now since iho in a union has failed bu: one course to pursue and that is to nominate a ticket composed of members uf own pai ty We hope that tlie call of the County Comm for n County Convention which we in paper will bo properly responded to Guz out the justice and the right and tho moans of restoring harmony It is a lime when men as Clav should be invoked io slop forward to tho rescue and if we might venture upon n if we might be indulged tho cannot consider that a presumption which we knew is the appeal of many an American heart to the patriotism has twice succored or saved the would eall on film fiom his 1 at Ashland lo deliver hN opinion and give his advice io the A- merican people on n question which fool to ba so momentous and on which they are so anxious to he right DEAD nn valuable lo a a- in Dead Letter Washingion hut the quantity is to collection in don General Post Office A nry return has beed showing number of letters now in the Post Office containing bank notes bills of exchange or property Thin return such letters are lying in the Letter containing property al the sum of of which has accrued during the last three yeara A GENTLEMAN well-bred person be insolent to his On the hand he will a tenderness of manner towards cure of word and that shall lighten the burden of which they must necessarily feel much ns possible This of heart is most prominent tic ol a high and noble spirit It is ho only mark of a lady or gentleman thai is wholly unequivocal we see u person very choice of his words and ve ry dainty at table yet capable of ing thu unfortunate or ridiculing we always think of ass in the lion's ikin I declare in the face of day that Government was not instituted tor purpose of offensive war No 5 ii was to use its own cummon and general welfare which are inconsistent with 1 call that offensive war winch goes out of our own limits and ion for thu attainment of objects noi those that jurisdiction RANDOLPH in ol voters at such manner of ihu same and ol Inking and l o- turning the voles cast at eloclnni and ot milking out and delivering cates of election shu I it all inspects be the us is herein before provided so under tho of this net at iho in the Capitol al Madison in said Territory on fourth Monday such at M and when so assembled shall havo the same powers and perform tho same dunes and receive same pay as is before in lo the above provided for She The of Property is hereby directed to procure previous lo iho assembling ot the Convention first above provided for a requisite supply of for use of fhe members thereof and the sum of six hundred and dollars is hereby appropriated out of the al Treasury for that purpose and Iho further sum of six hundred and ninety dollars is hereby appropriated lo bo ex- pended in Iho sume manner for iho use of iho second convention above for in cuse the same shall be authorized by proclamation of the Governor us id and to be drawn out of the Ter division as the case may be and al Treasury such proclamation true return thereof make in pursuance shall have been issued the provisions of this According to SPC annual bession of WHIG We see that our wing in iho interior are moving a view to a proper of iho in It is that the calling itself and there y usurping a name lo which the conduct of iis leaders shows it no legitimate be io udui stand thai their claim lo ihu politics of i Sialo will not go We do not lo pro diet thu e know too well how long and Hard their iion rulo has been and wo do not flutter ourselves thai it will oe MI completely subverted as lhat new men opposite principles shall of those who direct thai Bui we think that the war has created now issues and we wo not so as to thai even some lhat too in Will aland on iho bam platform with liim men whom we regard as real fi lends of their try Wo find a of mon among us in this Union who arc taking tho hazard ol precipitating ihc into or This parly is composed is usual in all of men who are acting from motives Ita schemes arc ad- by some because think that the and honor of our arms demand ti by others because they say Mexico it by others because manifest point wards ii by others because it is a good thing to convert the Mexican Catholics imo American Protestants by others because it is our to raise iho de- and enlighten the blind sons of ill ex ico by others because it opens a prospect of military promotion and lofty honors und large emoluments by others because u spawns out number and enables there to sell their goods wares and merchandise to government at from live to ion prices by others because in vista afiar the war shall be over civil offices arc seen io bo the necessary and inevitable re- ward of having held a military who w hen he is in nomination for i Judgeship will ever fail of satisfying the public of his competency if he reminds them that he was wounded nt pinto or shot down Mexicans at and was rained on For 48 hours on ihs plains of Of couria a party so com- posed is by different TO Danish iveriinieiii have Lieut Ouo Van to visit this country for purpose of investigating our prisons and similar institutions ANECDOTE OF GENERAL of his had to join him at the lace and was two hours by an engagement between our troops and the citizens firing from the windows and at io Scott's he found the worn veteran quite nt writing patches while the enemy's balls fly nig about him in every he heeding them u moio than Charles XII did when placed in a similar ament Tho skill and table courage of that greatest living Cap- tain have not been half enough ledged by his countrymen and vet an cient and history may be challenged to show greater foals of of greater and devotion lo and country than are exhibited by Baltimore Sun TKK WORK We are quite sure the an no more be beat in the of Flour they can in a given inne than in inequality of the article E D ELY of this in hours ending al C o'clock P M Saiu day ground and packed in na mill 1029 barrels of Flour and snipped it east When the Oswego folks up to this Mr E will just brins number up to 1200 AIH A Story Worth man fion Chester inform as thai Air Joseph Robinson of that town has tipple orchard planted and raised bj solf covering but iwo acres of land product of which year is nine red bushels exclusive of a second ing of inferior quality Mr Robinson has sold four hundred bushels for cash down al ng iva hundred for u future sale The i year will not be below and less labor ilian is bestowed on a small A Statesman RULES lowing are point This the law direct Fi fends v sanctum will please bear them in 1 Enter 11 Sil down quickly III Don't touch the poker IV Say nothing interesting V Engage in no VI smoko VII Keep six feel from table Vlll 1 lands papers IX off manuscript If editor is abrupt or looks take ii fur granted ho is Express A couple of have been ing the people own east by a very in- genious method They pretended ba Deaf and went about soliciting subscriptions for a writing school and for their situation produced large schools They tried it al with the same result nnd ihs News Letter kept for n lew nights in the Town Hall gave apparent Among scholars wore several young Indies kind souls one of whom whispered sportively to another unfortunates are I should like lo When one of the Mules who re- main silent no longer nijd may my deary if you next morning the Mute not at How TO OUT A NEW VARIETY OF When the vines are done growing and turning brown the seed is ripe then lake the balls and siring them with a largo needle and strong hang them in a dry they will gradually dry and mature without injury from frost -In the month of April soak the balls for several boors in water then squeeze them 10 separate the seed front iho pulp When washed and dried they are fit for sowing in rows in a bod well prepared in u garden They will sprout in a fortnight They must be attended to like other vegetables when about two inches high they may lie ed into rows As they increase in size should be hilled In the autumn of them will be of size of a wal nut and from that to a pear Ju the spring they should be hilla placing larger ones They will in the second year attain their full size arid will exhibit several ties of form nnd may ihen be selected 10 suit judgment of the Rep If Slavery be indeed a divine tion we arc clearly of opinion that nona but the Saints should in its blessings either as or On Herald THE who value of the Quince for preserves will feel u n interest in its cultivation Al Hie exhibition in Hall WP not observe thai any particular attention bad been p iid to this fruit tn our con sty The article generally to our ket is inferior owing 10 neglect of fruit growers to take proper of No tree requires more it does and no fruit will pay for attention bestowed on A writer The quince tree is propagated by putting out cuttings in the spring the same as gooseberries and ranls Pruning is essentially and should be done at fall of the leaf The method is simply lo cut out all tho small branches at the points and leave all young shoots of last wood which will be bearing branches of the next small old twigs are unfruitful and take a portion of the sap from the fruitful Henca the importance of pruning The pal object to be in view by the tier is to cut out a portion of old inj wood every year in order lo bring in shoots for fruiting the ing summer and to keep the trees in goud shape POTATO potato which has prevailed ao extensively thin lali does noi seem to abate in the le ist We learn that a in who recently dug u thousand has not u bushel now fit for A Warm poor widow man was relating to u neighbor how fojid her husband was of having o d fire how busy he would make himself in fixing h so that it would burn Afi poor dear continued e gone they keep good
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