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Wisconsin Pinery, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1856, Stevens Point, Wisconsin pinery d upon bringing about An am that shall Such to have of Mt the date of Ivt tin from of war Mr Clayton declines the of UM American Convention for the haa pro r 1 1 1.1 I n anu Thursday January ff 1656 By Wight's Mail The papers report A synopsis of the Menage which they has been delivered We shall wait for the which does not appear The Milwaukee Newt thinks this sis comes in an equivocal shape and doubts its authority We thall soon know The President hat sent a special sage to Congress on the subject of the late disturbances in Kansas It will be looked for with much interest Another vote was had for Speaker on the last Saturday ardson 65 Fuller 29 Pennington 6 scat 4 no motion for ment be in order H Speaker u ed Mr willidrcw his tion to make Mr Orr pry tem The ballot for with the following Banks 110 M scattering but of an flection it attacks chiefly old in haa proved fatal The inUi mourning count of UM sudden invasion uf aud fa deplorable exit of Ura of families are without i a 53 Tbe Democratic State Committee Geo B Smith Chairman have issued a circular The of the State wil take place in the Senate Hall of the Capitol on Mommy at B o'clock I M Tlie Capitol will be open for the reception o during the afternoon and one of the J stive Hulls will be used an a dancing for the evening and gentlemen in the vicinity and from a distance will meet a cordial reception Senator Durkee arrived in son on tho 24th Hon Wells Jr our worthy in ia being spurred by the fusion at a great rate because he re- fused to for any other than the ic candidate for Speaker of the Mr Wells wan elected by Democratic votes and he would well cheating his constituents and giving his vote to Shanghais We reckon he will pursue a straight forward democratic course the censure which is heaped upon him by the opposition press v Tho course of Mr Wells in adhering to the Democratic organization and in vote for Richardson for ker is every where warmly approved by all Democrats whatever may have been their views of the policy or justice of the act Mr W as a Democrat supported as such aud elected as such Upon questions of party usage no fair man no friend or op- ponent had a right to expect that ho pursue any other line of conduct than tho one that has provoked tho censure of the opposition press When public measures be con- we have no doubt that our will act upon his convictions of duty to his constituents and his try and uninfluenced by the clamor of partizans who did whatever they could to defeat his re-election to con- gress and who with an overwhelming majority in the House of Representatives have cot yet been able to devise a course of policy which will command assent among themselves When they shall have Lit upon a remedy for the alleged ills of tho body politic it will be ble for them to call on democrats to help them apply yews That's the talk Mr Clason There is no other issue in fact before the country than the one pending on the election of ker No man who know? Mr for a moment doubt where he would be is a democrat good and true Hanks Richardson 67 Fuller 51 0 Third vote resulted same as The vote of 110 reported above for Banks is doubtless incorrect We cut following from the Sentinel of the THB VOTE ron and of yesterday in despatches give Mr Banks on the first ballot for 110 voles and on the two succeeding ones 103 remarking at the same time on the ing off in the vole Our report as re- from the Telegraph office gave the same figure but it was obviously an error the making the whole vote 211 and adding that Banks lacked but of an election This would make his vote 103 on the first as on the other two ballots and so we gave it The decrease in the aggregate vote is ed by the absence and pairing off ol members during Holiday week MST The New York Tribune intimates that Daniel Mace of Indiana may finally be settled upon for speaker The Tribune has before this proved a false prophet How or UM jhe curate In noticing Lieutenant cal Geography of the sea an English re- view thus illustrates the benefit which the climate of England derives from tho Gulf Stream who heard the tures of Prof Guyot will read the ex- tract with peculiar Modern ingenuity has suggested a well known method of warming buildings ay means of hot water Now the western parts of Europe are warmed in in exactly similar manner by tho Gulf Stream The torrid zone is the furnace he Sea and the Gulf of ico the boilers the Gulf Stream the con- ducting pipe from the banks of New to the shores of Europe is the great hot air chamber spread so as to present a largo surface Here tbe heat conveyed into the warm of mid-ocean is taken up by the prevailing west winds and dispensed over our own aud other countries where it is so much required Such in short is the effect of the Gulf Stream upon our climate that Ireland is clothed in robes of grass while in the very same latitude on the American side of the Atlantic is the frost coast of Labrador In the harbor of St John New Foundland was closed up with ice so late in the season as June yet the port of Liverpool iwo de- further north has never been id by frost in the severest winter The cultivates barley in a mate which in every of the world is doomed to perpetual he benefit conferred on our ry bv the Gulf Stream is a remarkable in our condition It obviously depends upon the Gulf Stream of Mexico CONGRESSIONAL WASHINGTON Dec 27 The Senate was not in session day Struggle for re- A resolution that no motion for adjournment be in order till a Speaker is elected was adopted by 116 to 86 Ii amounts nothing simply a bit of and will be reminded to-day In view of the of a Continued and turbulent Campbell of Ohio that Mr Orr of South Carolinia be invited till permanent organization itM be The motion was warmly by democrats and who regarded the t i tbe of a coalition of the Isthmus of Panama to tho extent of a couple hundred such sub- have taken place in the cal times all over the allow equatorial current of the Atlantic to pass through into the Pacific instead of Iwing reflected back to our coasts Brit- ain would become a Labrador and to be seat of a numerous and j powerful Commenting upon this the Musical World We begin to think wc are very good to allow our Gulf of to officiate as at tho approach of the dis- and not unfrequently throw selves in the way of the contagion for we are not sure but it may prove a blowing rather than otherwise to the future prospects of our village at to future generations As for the old their sition is equivocal and their conduct of- ten needs explanation on the whole they can well be spared As a fit commentary on this epidemic and its consequences we publish for the benefit of all who have taken or been exposed to the disease the following ex- prescription from On Marriage Seek a good wife of thy God for she is the best gift of his providence yet ask not in bold confidence that which he hath not promised Thou knowest not his thy prayer then sub- missive thereunto and leave thy tion to his mercy assured that he will deal well with thee If Hum art to have a wife of thy youth she is now living on the earth therefore think of her and pray for her weal yea tho thou hast not seen her They that love early become like-minded and the tempter touches them they grow up leaning on each other as the olive and vine Youth longeth for a kindred spirit and for a heart that can commune with his own he night and day ting on the image of his fancy Take heed that what thee is real nor springeth of thine own imagination and suffer not trifles to win thy love for a wife is thine unto death The harp and the voice may enchant thine ear but consider thou the hand will wither and the sweet notes turn to discord the eye so brilliant at even may be red with row in the morning and the form of elegance must writhe in the of pain 0 happy lot and hallowed even as the joy of angels where the golden chain of godliness is entwined with the roses of love but beware thou seem not to be holy to win favour in the eyes of a the gailt of the is deadly and winneth thee wrath where The idol of thy heart is as thon a probationary on earth fora be chary of her soul for that is a jewel in her casket Let her be a child of God sho bring with her a sing to thy above riches and leading contentment in its let her be an heir of heaven so shall she hold thee on thy way for those who are one in faith fight against evil Take heed lest she love thee before God that she be not an later yet see thou that she love thee for her heart is the heart of man and the triple nature of humanity must be bound by a triple for soul and mind and esteem and affection How beautiful is it winneth upon all but a word or a glance may destroy the pure love that should have been for thee Affect not to despise beauty no one is freed from its but regard it not a pearl of U fleeting as the bow in the clouds if tho character within be gentle it often hath its index in the nance the soft smile of a loving face is better than splendour that fadeth quickly When thou choosest a wife think not only of thyself but of those God may give thee of her that they reproach thee not for their being see that he hath ven her health lest thou lose her early and weep see that she springeth of a wholesome stock that thy little ones ish not before for many a fair skin hath covered a mining disease and many a laughing cheek been bright with the glare of madness the converse of one lovest that it be simple and sincere for an ful or false woman shall set thy pillow with thorns Observe her deportment with others when she thinketh that thou art nigh for with thee will tbe of love conceal the true colour of If thou in the day of thy joy be thankful he hath well thy neau mid H he that only in furrow Kut her Rake who on arm court not the notice world and that sober limn public lliou art allied unto they be not such as shame if thou thou thine own it dono not in anger henceforward to trawl toother in this the of your journey neglect not the favour ol Heaven and at tide ye together that your joy be not thai are round you shall be glad those loving of mercy and the richest blessings of your God shall bo poured on his favoured children Marriage is a figure and an earnest of holier things unseen and re- verence well becometh tho symbol of and glory Keop thy heart pure lest thou do dishonour to thy state is base and hateful but love not itself The wicked good into evil for his mind is ped within but tbe heart of the righteous is chaste his conscience te in off sin If thou wilt bo loved der implicit confidence if thou wouldst not suspect receive full confidence in turn for where trust is not reciprocal tho love that trusted withereth Hide not your grief nor your gladness be op- en one with tho Jet bitterness be strange unto your tongues but sympathy a dweller in your imparting veth the evils while it doubleth the pleasures of lifo but sorrows breed and thicken in the gloomy bosom of Reserve Young wife be not forward nor for- get that modesty becometh if it be discarded now who will not hold it ned before 1 but be not as a timid there is honour due to thine estate a modesty is she not neither is she bold Be kind to the friends of thine husband for the love they have to and gently bear with his hast thou no need of his forbearance 1 be not always in each other's company it is often good to be alone and if there be too much sameness cannot but grow weary of each ye have each a soul to be nourished and a Mind to be taught in wisdom therefore as accountable for lime help one another to improve it If ye feel love to decline truck out quickly the secret cause let it not rankle for a day but confess and bewail it together speedily seek to be reconciled for love is the life of marriage and be ye ners in triumph conquering the ness of self Let no one have thy confidence 0 wife saying thy have not a friend more intimate 0 husband than thy wife In the joy of a well-ordered home be warned that this is not your rest for the substance to come may be forgotten in the present beauty of the shadow If ye are blessed with children ye have a fearful pleasure a deeper care and a higher joy and the range of your existence is widened If God in wisdom refuse them thank him for an unknown mercy for how can ye tell if they might be a blessing or a yet ye may pray like Hannah simple dependent on his resignation the cup but impatience dasheth it with vinegar Now this is the sum of the matter ye will be happy in marriage confide love and be be faithful firm and holy kit of thU in M- the of feu dwelling A JM I Mas is of hearing of brother who at Point about Ut October Mm to to er Any one giving of Mr will confer great favor on lira C who U at the Howe Jan 1 MORGAN n UST OF in the Office at on Jan 1 Aron D Landon Lawrence Mover Edward Mitchell Alfred 2 McDowell Hugh Mallory M James Nobles Kickell S Aslak Olson G Joseph N Rebecca B Joseph 1 Wm Barnard D Byrnes Murt J H Baker Clark C Brown 3 Lacy Barey Bingam Beauford B Cawley Albert Campbell Saml Clark G D Manuel 2 Louis Cooper Cazaban Frauds Chattans Mr CUir Morris Cooper Mrs Walter S Redfield Martin Andre Edward i Smith PH John Sh ankle Samuel 3 Sherman H C fitow Hiram George or Cyrus Sperry Wm A Sherwin Sarah D Tiles J J AMMC Ike will he the jw Uold I Pen own ml fj I I Fine 4 the ind Darnel Dael Charles Dawning William Dement J D Dale Henry 3 Bail Henry B Foster AM Farnand Francis Fountain H Towneend Mies Nancy 8 H Foster Alexander Finch Theran G rover John Jr George Gordon R D Grason C 0 Green David C 2 Hood Miw Mary J Hint John Halton Lewis I O Hamlin Carotin Haddock G C Hill Caleb Hazard George R Hill 2 Rokey Ivereon S Kendall WS Kyan Dinnis Koch Louis Taylor R C Webster Elbridge Wilson Patrick Wood Philander Wilson James Weaver Samuel Wilson John i Warn John Welsh Francis He Hanson Christen Hans Leguite Lames Matties Charles Just Received From the of NEW Tailor 1 CLOTHING One Won el Mr John I THE Subscriber has just receive opened of b c anil Bine and fmm to per juA Black mid MAIM ftom A FANCY CASSIMERES Alto aw Sift ud Ci with a u kd order Moe OA Persons calling for the above letters will please say W M All the then wilt nil cheap for CASH OR PRODUCE LATEST T Parochial School HE 5th Term of this institution wilt commence on tbe 7th day of January of for the whole Tem wiM be the 4th of aad be procured previous to of LM matt lm Banden Hew United Geography CUTTING BOtice to fit if Hn in Uw but EXPERIENCED WORKMEN be fetten be will he able to M wlw D U by Arithmetic Mental Tower's Algebra j will a serious er in caw to with it would not have more ratios than cut through the vf let the Gulf flow into and into gwd behavior Ike a till At the of the Intercession on the evening of the bv the REV B D Mn JAMES G BEGGS of ud Mm MART H of Stockton The Church was filled to the lust inch of room by the friends of the happy pair to new their betrothment and to proffer their good wishes On the SOth nit at the residence of Dr Phillips by the Hon Geo W Circuit ML COMFORT M STURTEVANT of l CORNELIA PHILLIPS of Point CP to the above couple for their I kind remembrance of tie j soth by the Rer George i at the Uie Hoft W in CATT of to MM W j of Stevens but wait act for Mora than lor ia UM of iMat nil MI k outweigh i HOUSE Known Leonb Stand By JACOB X BRANDS House is located half way from lo three and rb Urged and ii the mwt bowe on tbe The Proprietor to an old tbe of will to who May favor him a call in neb a give tba bm of Nearly Every THE old a ind of Fill a general of INKT GOODS C AME into the enclosure of the sub- In mm of on the 18th of better bu ta the to called red ud OM red J VW H.T J f hare BOW newly every article called for at which I am determined to tell low u kind of can be tbe Sute 1 invite UM la and my HOCK of ptr t have ate a One dock of which I very low to a kind fcr I hope by paying 0 my Merit of the Nov IRON THE undersigned having completed Adf bnc brick >ii< IMO the lo STEAM BOILERS Hewen Inm fcr Bank Jaa Own Mr In and HIW BOOKS have a fine assortment which I call awl JOHN H A FOOTE toW DEALER Uf r w a co Ira ftr Mills go with hath she beware that is of the mind joined to thine in or foot of will kiek at thee look only for leat be mated At DM we he aMe w Wt WORKS ma m CL EAST WATER St MIL SIGN OF THE ANVIL ALBANY STOVES Torso MOBBING PACIFIC RRO AMERICA d CHASE LAW fcr U tu 4 I Irt KT V A V 99
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