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   Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - October 24, 1860, Green Bay, Wisconsin                               WILLIAM J. OUEKX Eurroii. SATURDAY. OCTOBER 24, .18130. A Little Kindly Criticism. hir  fall upon and. l-jilu tlir.in, t'ijr..i't .will lie the Ki'w.le.st ..urimu of i-U'o have no to east .roproaijhes the party, though wi; l-.ot aetetl and have u-ci't 10 the ulmoxt bur little stren.u'th to Ihe eon.-ntniniati'Hi whioh.iL1 wrought. for iiKninsI the doin.v- oi lh'.' riuiitli. for wh.it- ever iviait of truth iUirne-s.-t it may huvo in hi'i-i-tiifi'i-'j, iti'. iii-.li'.v di-aliiuj ia C'olHeieaCi.1 ami nil know, h.-ro Ntn-lli. that' there.'is1 tical value." If.ypu-really think, the .hard- of disunion will fall upon tli.o South and not upon' .the Xortlv; if you wish the LVeHidfjti.t to be to be releas- ed yourselves; from the duty c the l.'nion. siibmit to the. incut, to-the Oonstitntion, which wilt'ab- solve you both fro in 'flint obligation. But while the t'nioii exists, you had better, it seems to insist, tipon the obedience of every, part of 'the llnfc-m .to its yovern- ait.-rit. severe things about your oppo- m-l'.ts.nitty; answer your purpose as a par- tiy.tiu, .but it is not 'the whole duty, of a citizen, If you w uld consult.the welfare of-yi'j'rii1; country-' instead -of your party. yiJU had better stri-.'.v'to say just and por- lii.iuilt.tilings rather than smart and sar- castic.things, AV'e .adn.iit. live conduct these, "-who1 leered back -find forth "'at Josus extreme- ly, ropi'chhiisiilile. Htit we do not think tiieir-coiiduet. paralelleil .by. those who now no of tliiit. M'rro cuii upon tin: -.-i'jiltli, cvoiv'it' liy I'm: Ailinmi and his isuolliie.s ii'.'ver itiu-nd. by so much (is a lire.i'li. l-i nnvldlu with Southern insti- tutions. n'nd. South Carollntv certainly, and .olluif Siiiliv.'i'.t-f; now Bttjpj to withdraw from tlie I'nion. Jji-t'oi-e tliv t-udoi' lias month, Ih'.'V will .have, so 1'iir us Iheir ov.'ii jjn. .--evi-rod their eoiiuecti'on with' No-.v. shall tin' be resHleii. 01" to bo'.' il'ii liow a ilrav.-ai iini.ovi'nl, .for .tlv ties, hu.vo only "fi.-iU'i'ul culuuiiut with U.- Co-; mittttaf nrntocMoh.' The hltrdship re- f'rom will lV.ll upon tluilii., not a..'' The jiivi! (wo ot-i'ti'.'iMrnM, nbovo- sv-ere cut Mr. I'.UT! PHY, JJittt'; edited by' S.IMCOS Ivt'MMtNn, .Tuuior, Esquire. The otiier'erJIiieUnu; wucitt otirsi-jlf, from-, the Green Bay Adnr, by i i't'MMiN1.-; i'linily. ly and colinrcicd of N'ov. 15th, edited, younger rnynibei- of the. vstatoiKain'oiints to this: nniiihor of i States, fore .the lir.it c.f January next; will have' Kavorcd the bonds" of tho Union. bo tlu; critnc of cuutliries.' It will hi.- unprovoked, ul-io, for. -wo all know thny ill no dang-or. LlxcioLs- novor intumU; by so much as a breath, to mcdi.llc Kevcrthclesri, wo liavc- uotliing- to suy-siiyniu.-it tho South for. such conduct. "Ifori.'tofore, they have .boon lying- and diMlng1; but now that they u'ru' tlmir attention to treu- BOn now that, they tiro about to commit without tho slightest- provocation, tho g-roatest crime; of they exhib- it so much conyuicnue and barties! ness'." that wi; have nothing to say against them. Indeed, wo do rnt how -tiieii1 conduct of one town, by the County Canvass- ers, and some of the political friends sym- pathising- deeply with their hardships, it may not fail to amuse the public general- ly, to know how the election in the town ol'Kuton was in fact conducted." Nov. 5th, tho day before election, the Supervisors of the town, apjMfited- a rnan, who was not a town officer; to occiipy ihf wal of one, of llui three. Supwvisorn on the the elacl-ion board llm -next day. Election inurning arrived; two of the Supervisors appeared; the third did1 not', neither did his-substitute appointed tlie day before; the substitute was reported to have started early in the morning- with a. jug of whiskey for an electioneering tramp on sec'tou IS. In this juncture, the Supervisors present, appointed as a'third inspector and sub-substitute, a: friend .of theirs from the tpwii'of Green -Bay, who was visiting -Eatoii. This Green Bay man officiated till'abotit 2-i- P.M... ..A t this, hour the. original Hub.stit.ute retimied' "w.itb a. group of victims to his.jug-logic. being forbidden to enter the poll-room by letter by Telegraph to Ft. Churchill. SASFHAXCISCO, Nov. S. E tit're vote returns from tlie State. 720i 'Lincoln Douglas :Bre.ckinridge LJne'ojn ahead of Uoiiglas hiiicoluls vote politiciaiis.'-S'tilij'.Donglas' es are considered the best. The Legisla- ture is probiibly Dor.glas, .who I.us a ma-; jority over both Lincoln a.nd Breckinridgrf iiv.each house, and receiving suilicienc is.ti'.engt.h'to'- .elect, a Douglas Senator to' from ;Qregoo 'the'1st i.Fi'Nov: L.'''" -The pl'DSpect'is fair for-'LineoIti to car- ry tf.fc-'l'tatt'! nuin.be.rs. .of .Uotiglas. DeiTiiici-ats i'l-aving .gone over the.Kc- pnbjicaiis; wing of the the Dong- las PUBLISHED MARCH 30, 1SCO. CHAPTER 370. AN-ACT requiring- publication of notice' of proposed or Till' People 'IS-jfoiiowt-: SRCTII-X 1. aii.v be. fonni. J for any 'o'i'.'i anv pL-r.so.i make the application if this Slaty for an act .ny conrpany >r. shali i c i'or a. in tin; G-eorge Strong, WHOLES ATE DEALER Oi-ocei'ies I- Special Diupdtvliito the, Trilnmc. A.'Spriagiield 'paper-'of. this rriorniiig, on the MSHinned authority-of coiiiidential .that -the Cabinet is follu-v.'s: ty- deolarij their faith in the. perpetui- of our' institutions. For, first, you rti'iist cii'ltnit tliiit Mr. .Ri.'Fi-rN, M'r. :K.Eiri' and-Mi'...Tpavias, .who'how threaten the, are strictly.speaking. Jesus'csl And seeoncl- lyj you do ltdmit that they are nol'yet'tip'-' oii th.o f And we regret .Lo add; that unless ;th.0.se worthies! shalb'-Droceed from i threats to overt acts 'of U'oason, 'we do 'not'see nhy-; 3uo [lpmi tbe imfnijclialo prospector their _. und tluttu Kepnblicni, vote W. It-.-'SEWARD1.'.'. F.; P. BlJA.lK, Jr.' -Secretary .DAVISi .jjSKinytcu'yijftlui SIFKRAlAjSf. of tha Ti'derior, 3. IIKJlvJfA'N.. JPottmastt-r-GnneraL H. K'LMIE'RIDGE. S. T.'LOGAN. 0 Procfecling.frutii. this, city, this .state- it justice oftliR peace there p-.esent, was i 'ncnt niigbt, if micontradieted, be rJlurnished at the door bv tho substitute, ed bvti: fact is a inutr i ter ol the irierestspce-nlaLiuu. then entered rno took the seat of the sub-substitute, and during the.re- mainder of the day acted as inspector without having taken or subscribed any oath of oiliee. After tin': poll was closed the tickets were not counted prior to being canvass- ed. During the canvass two yellow tickets' were found rolled togetlier.and it was a.lso found that counting these two as. one., there were thirty-live tickets in the box, though but thirty-four persons had voted. A part of this nuandary was cleared 'up by retaining the other. Thero was still an extra g-et of this reotiired can- vassers adjourned to another house, and or them, alter i ing a LI w vv'icii any application hen e made I'or ihe purpose of hiw authorizing the erection of II CltJARS, i i .V SD .11 (J UVJiS.. Reel Hi' STAR WHISKEY. H i-ii.1 complete jii-.'iii ul' in this market, liiivi- i.'ii.'i'iiiiseil at tin1 lowest caslr? prices, r oiuibics nu- ;o us eluNip as. the uartK'i' 01' Main niul Cash Paid for all kinds of Bay. Nov. 22. 1SHO. l; bridge, the keeping and inaintainiiig of a ferry, or the building or erection, of a dan] in or over any navigable water in State Journal. [NEW- O X if   61'ite Journal is Ihe ollieial papcv ol' the. _ i nucl as such, publishes the signify his or their D7 llj-ivcl ga.l notieo.s publication at 'rt'e'sost of meni.'to bu inserted I'or at least weeks o-overnnient. It i'nrnisiies full and reliable re'-. ports Ihe proceedings of the1 Legfslatiuvancl !lie Court, and of nil ihe pelHieat AMl-llOi'-' DKC.TSIDXS ol' Th.'.'" v at ilio Htnlu Cnpilol. The 'Daily amt-- contain authentic Syn'qpscs" of. the IK nre'jp're- tliis paper, and which are" of revilin epubli i worth intrinsically less than one De- refuse-fco every time, that .South.. to tln.ow Olw of (w to dissolve the'Union, Uckcls which foimd liaw exhprt yot. to endeavor to IM and 't, ]ia jf t L l rt .f i L- .T I soias castiiig, .which ;were woll known. two difficulties -were cunningly and votes were reconciled to voters, Thehvho'le vote of the town was reject.-- attain.a little iiiorc'.of .itlVeTr. faith, a little. of.lhijir constancy. The' f last 'week: sityls' There .-arc ero.ivued .heads, across the-. ,1! i of this :warit ot Ctiiou. .'i'lluy are. woiidfiring; wbetrier tho returns as regular as the pro- great American cxpb-rimeiit. .is not .about cee.dings which it tried to rep.ort, and 'Ji.e to be.diicided.. g-et tho i-i.ews of jiliis disbanding, if.such to. .be., tlwro will. ,be iinvai'd satisfaction and shadowy.plaiiti for ilie Tfie.bti.iId- ing of stool plated frigates will be pressed wilh unwonted vigor, and. issues will be for new levies of men.. Would to Heaven that, before November ends, and men w.uiikl appear off Ihe. harbors .uf {isew York and Charleston. Tliis Gordiau knot .of ours -would be-cleft by. the. sword', these. .States would coine cee.dings result may a-B'ord a usi.'fiil to die who thus distinguished themselves' by their official skill. EAT. N. advisua us to "bridle our tongue" a little on the start in editorial life-slicing, he says, is a desperate bad habit, and grows on a fellow. .We'll do it iNiEDj.a very tniid bit will restrain us; together vvitii liooUsol' and wiu men froui-the plantations ot the bouth and the. ,uud factoi'ies of .the North but we. i-ancy nothing less than mcluKl old cocks n and some ol olu' more immecL, ate would be fo.utid side by side, awakened neighbors, us.if. spruejiorrid dream, and glad to lind. us all brotliers again. It.is vol'.y much to be wished the editor of--the-Advocate would not sleep so soundly, for a whole naval armament to wake him iipj seems.to us to it father too' steeji. We Ulfec- tiort'a.tely recbiniaend to him a few buttles of Sand's Sarsaparilht.1 With a little less bile on 'his storiiac'ti he wauld be' able to. g-et.his eyes ope'n by the simple use of can be unlawful" even, for are sovereign oulv entered, the hjs-'.'i regular bitters." Federal coinpact with us for mutual pro- DOOR u.get- .tne tollowing, as' tho'oth'ci'al returns from Door County. The ihujoriries for -Li.vhoi.x, S'LOAX and and the hardship resulting from the disconnection, will fa.ll upon them, aud not. us." havo tho views.of the Adw--- upon the govc-rntneiit of'the Union by BfctiAXAX, as clearly stated as were .the views of tlie Obmin'ar" upon the management of the Little Tecllington Theatre by Mr. STUEET.' And now, Mr. Admcala, we vt-nttire to niak you a few friendly need them, aud wo hope you will profit-by them. You may renic-mbor, that Four .years ago. a Constitutional majorily of the American people, determined to intrust JAMKS Bu- CHAXAX with Ihe administration of the na- tioaal You for j a (hie exhibit; and shows the.Republican character.of the county in a very -satisfactory light.. Pop-'lr. vote. Maj.. UCO..... Ii7 li.3....... Sloan. 150 ''iS'i', 105 Simon................ SS County Officers. Ed..P.' .Bnttershill.......-..... 5 raaj. Garland..............K4 Harris S5 (1 A. K. Drossur 25 C'f'k. Glrcuit C. Wofritosh. 235 KANSAS un- dersigned Imve been appointed by the Chamber of Commerce of Milwaukee, a committee to receive conl.ribu'tions for the relief of the destitute of Kansas. (Contributions of 11101103', provisions, clo- thing, or materials for clothing, Will bo tha'nkl'nlly received, and may be sent to either of the undersigned committee. All contributions will bo forwarded' to the Central Kelief Committee of Kansas, at Atchison, K. T. HORATIO Hu.r., J. C. Mosf'TCOMEnv, Comrriittee. L. L. OisouxsE, Milwaukee, Nov. 13, i860 Press of Wisconsin please copy. nothing is yet- kno.w-n as .to .Mr. Lincoln's, appointments. Ronewetl questions are urged upon Lincoli: as. to a .declara- tion of bis I'nt.iH-e intentions, .1 believt; if. is coi'i'eC't to say' be at all iiiiiidfii-l- of the- uneasiness wrik'h in nniny parts, of the country, nor of the commercial troubles that! may have beer. ilireat'C-u'd, ho sti-M does not discover any cause lor specially his  i.-fd without it." the picture at the declared here that he wanted no better i '-because ive ca'n't I epitaph I epitaph 'Here lieu the m'aTi-i-.-hoaeatvovbfl t ed to fiiK-li c iiuii' repiu'l, -11 ill! .n i'.u, ih--r such. tnre. 4. Tiii.s a ALEXA.N NOTICE, vha.r the apjiliealiou will be made J3 lie diSL-liarpro of .I'nVndm K... 1VilHams''an ib- smi-eiit from his debts pursuant to the ll! uf'Chapter onu hundred and ihe Kovisc'd Statutes of Wisconsin. i- ln-ri-by jrivi-n 1'uinam U. Williams of the Vilr': 't, I of Xi'i-iiah in the County of I oi' the i y-i 1 (Jredirors- are hore- iii-nr thy-Hnh.-S. R.-.COTi'1 ix" of ihe Tenth Judicial Circuit I'l-en ll.iy. Wisconsin, on the Dth s. iSG.t. :U one o'ejoek p. m. to y iin-y have, why said insolvent''1 n and be discharged 31 .S. K, COTTOX, Jail.je Iirtertsting Sptciai Despaluii. Tne r'diior of tin; Ti'ttt: was HI the way ol special In this Cily on .Monday morning last, ALICE... M only daughter CLAY C. Cuo'suv. Esq., ageil despatciies from Ihe various Presidential lr y-Mrs C months. candidates immediately after tiie elecrion. lin's u heavenly melody: We quote from the lust issue of his hu" of Kterual back- i-choes to be stamped upon a thousand. loving- hearts forever. She his gone to moot band fi-oni tiio iHiieni, countless others of our carly loved and our early from our hearts there shall go out no there comes back rhc-re ihe messajre of n and a bless-' 111., Nov. y, TijV. M. 1 .Dear iiid j'jli.'etion both Yours, A. UNUOLX. injr. and we will follow its noiseless path or en .up lo smile of GOD. Ala., >'ov. 8. 1 Ed. and my great pnr- art; came tor. i subsitle, V'otH's, in dismay, S. -A. i i Till-; DEATH OF ALICE CROSBY.. M: l.KXixc-1'n.v. Ivy., Nov. 8. I .Death so long uuknmvn among, our little baud, T-I'UU Black oncem-.r.-e lias eome among us. and has touched a. 1 start lender flower, one ivbo we all loved and admired, one lovely, so winning in all her ways hits lei'i ns never more to meet in 'our happy yet' i broken circle, never again to engage with us m j oar studies and to join with us in the duties she was wont to pui'suo. loved her much, but i loved her more" and has tiikcn her to him- self where there is.no sorrow, uor any.sighing, where sin will never copio, AIJCK is dead. I'owful. so pain- pnbiiu.nns I'.ave 'behaved badly. up 'Saline Creek per tiie Jirst-boat. Uootl bvc, J. C 15. rs, Tenn., Xov. 7. t-o-1-1. Soleniiily yours, J. BELL. D. 0., Nov. 7. Old Abe" can lake the i ,vt, a tnitliso s, I'-cderai shanty next March. I an, tired j n.lw being' 1 ub. I1 i.ine. Havo to. write lor Ludyar. In Imstc. Yjur obedient Surv't. J. 15. How SKUSSSION Woin.n ing the twelve Senator's whose terms ex-. p'ire next March, the Senate wo'iild stand l-lepublicans1 24, Democrats 30. Seven of are from the Soiillicrn States and will In.- tilled by the opjioHi'tion; .the live reniLiining VVis-i cousin, Illinois New York, and Penn- sylvania, will elect Republican Senators. liasbeix-an: 'Ti'u- Semite will their stand Republican o7. The house is rriaiive- ly more Htrong'ly .Rijpnblican than the Sen- ate. .If therefore, four sjuutliori: States tiie Senate be at a tie, and Vice President Flamlin would give the casting- vote with Ilie tiepubli- the House would be Kepubli-! eai: by a. larg-e majority. Query, would it not be better for the Seam; two weeks have passed away 'since she wus with as the.happiest, the most pfoup: little group, bat now she has gone to Heaven to dwell wiiliangels and spirits of the "better land." .-jiie too is an ungel and with a never failing eye. is over us whom she has loft. Great as is our loss, inlinitely greater is her gain, ;sickness. anil sorrow are past with lic-r. nml.now she is py Lind Ij'i.-sseil in tin: "spint more to sailer bLil. nlwiiys singing praise around-the Too good for this world, a kind of a lovelv nnd virtuous sirildngly the course of nature its light heed of human suffering that it was'fash-: ionei.l fora happier world. W. LOOK OUT FOE THE ENGINE) WHILE THE BELL RINGS! THE CARS IRE COMING! cy for- the poorer, slave in ready to do "up the "thing handsome" in'the way ttlH event of a secession would-be wholly of siipplyincr his customers with the latest and tit-the'mercy of a Republican most desirable patti-ros of to advise their hotspur brethn-in still fur- COOK, PIATE AND PAEIOR STOVES, theV South'-to keep their linen whole, and and also with everything usually fonndin a.Hardr wiit eoi-Viri' -ml- ni' ware Siore. from a jaek-knite to. a log. chajn.'. w.lit some oveit act oi 01 ITe still maunfactm-cs all articles in the line of Till smd Sheet Iron Wrnw Ni-w York Wur'r'l and is prepared to sell for cash or ready pay, just .VMDi ni'- -N'-w a., cheap as the m-xt man. All will find it to their ailvaniiigo to call and examine for themselre for1; Diirehnsinjn; elsewhere. says that the N. Y. Wide Awakes have ordered now uniforms and ciwh.-.red a t" wvku.thcin Wiiatiiiiyi.iin fur th.t: purpose, the and an opporfuiii.t.y of witr fiessing. Abrah.aiij Lin- coln as the President of these United Green Bay. Sept. 26. A. KIMBALl. A. HEED, S-ri'KGiON BAY. WISCONSIN, Attorney ant] Counsellor at Law, will attend tq the of Taxes, and all other properly belonging to the Profession.   

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