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Southport American, The (Newspaper) - August 1, 1846, Abbotsford, Wisconsin VOL. 5. SOUTH-PORT, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST MB46- 45 SOUTHPORT AMERICAN Li. TOBEY J. A. BUTTS, ,-iy y KIT u double .Mndim ;ul VfilK-f, or tin: rxp'aation uf ibo yctir. i: nt the rates usually de- in tlie 'IVmtorv. i lir.ICK I1U1LDI.NO, TIIIM) STO- TUB ST01VB OF KUl.t.KN KTftYKKH. Proft ssional BusinesGards perunuum V GROCERIES, Uila, Dye mi A I'ar'f. Sontlipurt, W. T K. PA Kit SOU, Hot'.-t, SuuthporC, W. A I. I, IS ALLEN, r. r.U.i: AND IIKT.U1. DV.AI.KH8 IN 1 U ppcv Lc iilhc r, j; N fJ-i.Vi'HI-K, OCCO BltlDl.li SKIRTING, Sj T, A.STS, 1'J'J Wiitor Street, W.T. VOi: LVSIKKD K. K I. K 1 FOR JJ Go's W.ii'c House.'] j i A'TiTi !ch li i-i ri.'nii'ved liia rcjiilcii'.-o i-i'.i-'v oi-LMiiii'-d by Mr. Alton, >n Floiu'i-. I Cabin ndjuiiiing tin- M.m-ii' I ill the Strocl U N I, O 'i' 11 It C) I' J ii- j North Ward oil Middle Hi. H-J-U-. INS.MAN .STKKU-'., .--i U'li.-meery, will aiii-ml to n .-n iiuiy In: emriia'.cO R j on .Main r.i u srr.nr.K Mauler in Chan- to ac! a.i COSCMAVK, DEALER IN Wines j lAquors Groceries, juali'occivud n supply of pure wiivla (inil Liiiuors, of ibo purest and chois- ost tiitdlitioK that nun bo obtained in the Eastern conaisciny of tlio following, viz. pipo Scguetto Bvauily. J pipe old Cognne. J do old Oturd. 1 tio Kwim Gin. I do Hour Cilasa Gin. I hlidSt. Croix Iliini. SlilidiNuw Kngliind llnm. 2 casks Jamaica do. !2 ciiak Jamaica do 30 doz London P-orlor 3 Ulf pipes Port Wno llbd 1 Ci'lia do 1 ewocl Mnlnga ilo 5 Ba 5O Burrcla of Sioughton Bitters ly the bottle Also n H'elloettleetod nsaortnicnt of Grocerica topitU Town and Country eustoincfs, whicbwill >c di.iiinscd ol'clienp lor CASK Tnvcrn kerpets will do v, ell to cnll nnd exam- lie before purcliamng eslaewere, aa the propri- ia di'lunninetl lo sell chiinpev, and on better erniH than any oilier houui: iliiis of UulTulo. Siiuthiwvt, September U7, 1845. BLACKSMITHING JD. C'KOSIT Co. HAYJR made arrnngflinenta for carrying on the nbovu btiitincaa, in all its branciios. Sliop on thocorncr of Tonrlimd Exchange sir la 'OSit'B 1'lougUs, Manufactured ns hereto oi-c, artt kept constantly for snlu; ulso Breaking Iowa, Crossing, Corn, Diamond, TLe bovc ptowa are to scour and do hotter u.iiucas tlian any oilier plow manufactured in the vcslorn country. arriages Vehicles of all kinds, ironed viili nontiioaa ami which cinmot bo ex- colled in Uic weatcrrv counlvy. Lniwbei- Wagons veil put together, Ironed, und kept constantly on land, JiUlge nil kinds, manufncturod; lies, nxott jumped, mines, kimd liutehots, cliiaeU, (rawing knives, HOUSE SUCKING, the moat intricate >nrt of done in tho beat approv- id niiinner. No spared ill ililVumlts.Hoeiiig, uich ay inlortbring boraoa, foundered horses, Kliptic Springs; constantly on hand, and mule tu order, of "II kinds clone- on short notice. Suu'.yport, "VV. T. .Dec. 14 1644. or icst rig tit At hiu .Stable tuljuiniiuj tlie Market Square, nve id all t'nnca prepared to eiisto- Mieis with tho fastest Horses, the be.'il iloub'u Uvvyyii.'s or Ciivviageb niul tliruuyliiiul, of any of ibo tliu wcat awl on lliu lowest terms. Ilo has belong. to hia establishment some ol'the best Kustern -Toi> JJuggica. IlKCHKsand CAIIKMGKS for funerals, furnished at the shorleat notice. The following beuutifui. poem by the editor "f the Louisville Journal, who is now from his home we copy from that pnper To an Absent "Wife. BY GEO..D. rRENTICE. 'Tie son breeze seems to bring Joy, health, nnd on its Bright flowers to mo nil strange nnd new, Are-glittering in llio early And perfumes rise from every grove, Aa inceneo to the clouds thnt move spirits o'or yon welkin But I am art hot bore. 'Tis cnlm unbroken sleep le on tho blue waves of tho A soft haze, like a fniry dream, "la floating over wood and stream; And many a brouat magnolia flower, Within ilo slindowy woodland bowor, Is gleaming like a lively stur-- Bi-t I nm art afar. 'TJ8 earth ihc sunset skies Are painting their own Eden The stars come down, and trembling glow JLilte blossoms in the wave below; And, like some-unseen sprite, ibo brreza Seema lingering 'mid thess orange trees, Breathing its music round tl-o But I am aee thee 'Tia n soothing spell, The far tones of the oeenn swell, Soft as a mother's cndcnee mild Low bending o'er her sleeping Ami on each 'wandering breeze are heard, The rich notes of the mocking bird, In many n wild nnd wonderous But I nra art mvay. r I sink in swuot, and elear, Thy own deal voit-e is in my Around my neck thy tresses Tby own loved hiuui is clasped in. Thy own soft lip to mine is Thy own head is pillowed on my Olil I have al! my heart holds tie And I om art hore. Btioxi, MIHJ 3IJS-10. TJie Culinary Art in the Texas Prairies. Tho following graphic account of the straights to which tho Texan, Ranger? tirasometirr.es reduced.for cooking ma- terials, addresses itself to 'the charity lhat believeth a'.l many ihings have had their day ns which nro not quite as credible as ifltb a w'et marsh there tho tire and chrunk of horse meat came .out even" dead heat, especially the moat.'; '.But wasn't it cooked 1'. put in anoth- er of the' listners. Cooked no-! -nb crusted over n -little, don't cook broken-down hovse flesh very ;.but vvheri it cornea to. chasing up u prairie fire with a chunk of it, 1 don't know which is the toughest, the meat or the :jbb. You'd have to split yourself to hare.seen ma in lhat sea the fire leave 'me at times, and. then to see me n-bi'ushin? up on her again, humpin' and movin' my- self as though I was a-runnjn' agin some of those big ten Gfildera- sleeves in the old states; But I am a-goin over to Jack Hayne's to get u cocktail and some break see; you all down nmong the robbers on the Rio Grnnde.' And so saying, Bill Dean stalked off the chap this'morning in front of a Mexican fonda, trying to talk Spanish with a; Greaser and endeavoring 10 con- vince him.that he was a Such is one of Bill Dean's Stories. If 1 could only make it as effective on paper as he did in the telling, it would draw a laugh from those fond of-the ludicrous. [New Orleans Picayune. MlSCmp MAKEBST Of all the evil-minder beings ever suffered to curse society, we can con- ceive of half so contemptible as those the sola object lives seems to be to bread mischief ;and. create dis- turbance in the community by gossipping, slandering arid backbiting. Some' indi- viduals seem to have an innate propen- sity to gather up every evil rumor, every calumnious and circulate it with an itidustry which would ba fur more laud- CiNDlfl AND TRUTHFUL' IlECLiRATlOSS. -No man will doubt the devotion of Mr. fviLBS of to the Locofoco parly. one of its. most con- stant advocates in the.: Senate for along time. He could nor, however, consent to the passage of McKay's British Bill. W hen the question was before the Senate on the reference of the bill to the Com- mittee on Finance, he raised a warning voice thus, ns reported by the Intelligen- Mr. Miles was in favor of the reference first, because it was the usual course in that body; and secondly, because, as had been stated by several Senators, this was a bil: which required examination of a CG.inmiUee. It was almost wholly a matter of detail, arid he wished the sub- ject presented in such alight, if possiblej that he might voie for it. As it al present stood he was not in favor of the bill, nor would it be approved by the people of this country. It would come upon them by surprise- They, expected no such meas- ure as tin's. Ho had fell that it would be the part of wisdom to let this matter be passed by for another year, until the con- sequences of the war in which wo were now involved might be claarly known, and tha condition.of their finances be as- certained. He had hoped, fondly hoped, that the good- sense and the practical in- terests of the country would have had some effect upon public opinion, and that tho time -would come when this subject of tha tariff, which bud-hitherto bean agi- tatsd between the two extremes of parties, would cease to be a football of party con- test- It was easy to foresee the fate of this measure; .There would probably be no amendments telerated; reference, there-- fore, would bo of liule importance. He j sooth, this. il be who M. the (.'li'.'-kci'cd store, i' iij.m-.l Iiv McNt'.AL is proprietor o( '.he S'jtithport Lino of Mail .SiageB.ninning Sunti- weekly Ijctwuim thuse pluucB once u S.ilein, Geveau, Walworlh Ac. nnd once Geneva and Oclnvan, to Hcloit. fiiruished nt till tiinea to carry pna- to any part of '.ho Territory or Northern JMi MuNEAL. Koiiiliport, April IS'lfi. JKNK.S, M. Mil.: tin: City' 1 1 and silk, IIDVlR Cravuls.and Scarfs, boih worsted MANNK.Y'S; occnpiud ti-1.3.1 Molasses, I'orto Rico, Ot-lcuna and House, nt New y, W. L.U.Ii 11 A V T, I'U.M! I) PI, AT- HCALK.S. kept eon i'. II" Til WAY. I'liiuu-r, liihlcr, Glu- U. MUciwU'd. .'.-.oil 1'urioili- il'ii.-1'iiit thr Aiiicri ili'- JA.SON I.1' In an c e V V Agencies_ i COM- r M l I U uiiiid nnd ivailablu ii io iibuttility tlo.'inly nycd in ad If. (it bon may be ranc'j all bo obtnin'.-d of JC. JUU r apr I it XI I-! -'I'll'! t'roti.'cMiun Kiro f.itiipany, llarll'ord, v> i UrMii-'.1 'J IVIti- Dttnl Milln, VuvnitHJO -u f'.'rt, and pro- and I'roduec upDii intunrl V.l- F.llcry Itilln, Kihvnn! Win. rV- VVnrc.1, U'arhui'trn, 'riirn'.i. p runiflcnt. rt, W.T. III fftnil (ktitcra ill il it.lv; arc, I'ninln, Oila. No. U, Brick T. J. M. S'riivKr.ii. 'IIKA'I' KJ.OI'R. Hour, ii nijwrior nrli- II. H. MISSD.M.B. i >.NT or lor SUGAKS MO.LASSKS. UICO nnd NHW Oilcnns Sugars Ji. Moluaiiua Ibi sale by the lihd.ard bbl. JNO. MANSFIELD. bv B1 ItKEt'TiVG AHTJC'JjES. RlTANNlATonnnd G'olTeo Pots, Cnelors Coll'tu mills, brass nnd iron candlesticks brnsaand stcul siinilura; panto nn( irtJii rodo, nnd nnt hritnniiin spittoons, ten waiters, dinner and tei bcllH, knives and forks, bellows, Nov. 8 IB-t-5. MAUSII.U.I, SM GAKDKN Just rcuoivoc d for CiiKAi', by the pound or papoti tlicae nuud.i are from tin: beat Knsieru Gardens, and nre warr.'intciVio bo of last year's growth ijiniihpoi't, April 1 1 J, 1-t. F There is no compulsion intended able in a. better cause. Their greatest t -would have desired to see it amended so delight is .iii obtaining a slanderous story upon which to feast, .and glut their fiend- ish appetite and giva no, rest to their feet or slumber-to thoir eyelids, un- il thoy have propagated the evil report o lha extent of ihsir power, and poured t into every eur that to receive t, giving it an impetus that willcarry it hrough a whole community, gathering )lackness as it nnd diver- iring, until even the base-hearted origi- nator of the rumor would scarce recog- nize hia own offspring. There are many who mean no ill, who 'eel no malignity, and have ho intention of injuring another, who ssiza upon -avb-' _ Now Goods Just Arrived! K'. l f'.lV. CO, are now rccoiving rum Nuw York the most splendid stoul: of nt their Sioi-c, over offered in j lliirj intirltct, will be sold si> eltenp aa to nc- lonish tlie most inernUilous. Tlie public nro invi- led to r.-.tuninu mir Cunt nnd Vest patterns, nnd ruitdy innile Clinking. 3') 1840. iioti TIuV A n complete biaiory ol' Sbcep, with J their miuuigeiueiit niul disuasos, by L. A. ftlorrell. Fur mile nt KING'S Book Slore. iSInv 18'Ki TO______, 30 PALM JUV.AF HATS. Doz.l'iilm f.caf Ilato for- enlo at MANSFJELD'S DUESS COODS. KADUATKD Dress Goods, to be found.on- ly at MANSFiKLD'S.. vtu'ictj of C'nrpetinga from 3j. to Ca nt JD. L. McKlMSBV'B.' SCHOOL BOOKS. Dav's Algelmi, I'layfair's Euelid, TiVeb.'iter'i Div.lioiinry, Walker's Lincoln's Botrin Arithmetic, Smith's ilo, .Emerson's
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