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   Manitowoc Pilot, The (Newspaper) - December 6, 1861, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                             u rvfuaOsxo .IYERT .jrMp'if' will be u, -tvrttr nf the.asunl-rsrtw.' BftTioc of Job 1 _.., fit tb'ic bfiee'ln .pajmfnfYpr' work .at on anrf Jcjtleeof-lbe.Peace, and; Noiarj titularkitettUnf'givenio- ebltee'ting; fie? on'Tftrk Street, 'Jlanitowoe Wii.' nl-tf Attorney and on Tork Street, Manitowoc 'Collections jirctaplly'' attended CI1O. .HEED, Attorney at Law. Hu.rfaimed the practice of bis profession-in Miuiiibw'oc, cat now promise to gire prompi attention Co all professional business entrtisied to him. Colltctiopg made in any part of the State. -.Jfift weeks bis ofHce will be found at til dwelling honee. ,I1ECTQR_ MC1.EAI8, 2fotaty Public Agent, BTOCKDEIDCE, CALUMET CO., TflS. jH the payment of taieB, the collec- of the eumiostion of A. HECTER. Agent" for ih'e-Milwaukee Mu inaVInfllrance Company, and Couuty. .TreaB nrer. Will'attend to the payment of Taies Office on Ninth Street. nl-tf: O. TORRI903T CO., Dealers in Dry''Goods' Groceries, -Provisions, .Hardware, Crockery, Boots niid' Shoes, Hats and Gaps, Drugsaud Medicines; Kails, ale. Froduccof all liinds wanted, nl-if. JOIIJV McKEOGH, and Carriage Maker. jSbop on York street, over Tfm. Sharp's Black- .i'milh Bliop, MHiiitowoc, Wis. Always on hand, and willinp to work. BEER I North Ricliiird'a Foundry. Deal- tri in-D.-y Groceries nnd Provisions, Fancy Goods, Oil-Cloth, Woolen Fancy Riddles :.ind Guitar strings. PaperhanpiiigK, -Brushes, Sc. :I Respectfully solicit a share of public 'patron- age.' Manitowoc. July, 1859. CHARL.ES KU'EHKT Co., Ittnnltowoc. cp.lifC- lions here Bail at River's, and 'remit .promptly at current rants of Exchange. AUepd to the payiheiit-6'f -Interest'' on School, UnlTcrsity, nnd Laiuls, nnil issue SIGHT OKAETS e priiiuipil cilies ol Enrope.. JVAT10NA.L, clnsi'tionse is DOW in exccllent-con- beeihtliorohghly refilled; and travellers laSii wcorid to; jjone in this sec- lion of Wi rBSsenEers with bupgagc will be COD- 1o 'aiiijfroiii the bb NATIONAL HOTEL I-iirery undersigned in connection .with hie Ublel, first clapB i Where the best of Hones and can be at all. limes "ith or ,wftnonl drivers.- re'asob'tiblc. fjr if r, stand of A. W. Bowman, wholesale and retail dealer in. i PHUITS CONFECTIONERY! GRQCEUIES, A constant supplv of the nbore the beat ip j-moll orofil? for Rcndf Pny. sir Paid foV Pfcirtiiee! Jiiniinrv 7 18 CO FOR THE HO ME I. E S waited for a few- ultcr- in Maple Jloeklmnd, Gibson, Itowlej, and Maniiowoc Enp- io Munilowoc couuty. Also ia Drillion, and CharleBlowr, in Calumet county wheat Und. A credit of li yemrs; A rirp cjinncc. First coinc." j i, Apply in person, or bj letter, to T; C lo er.3 Junior. -Cbic.i STKIC1LLAND CO. SCUOQL'EOOK MILWAUK'EE. "m Ur-e or qanolitics, the tARGBST STOCK I.V THE WKST, it pricei mult satisfactory to MAUFACTURERS, -rjnii.'rc- BY J.; CROWLEY. MANITDWOGv WIS.v DECEMBER Farmers Take Notice I nPHE to erect ibis "Olfj Mltli in Man- -He therefore: would the Farmers to ItAJPE rn order to earn their own JjarnJQg Oil. .Tbe" mill being completed, I stall buy an; quantity of and-manufuctcre only PurifietTOil? TFanners.'niai rest' eaiiB6e3 th'afl ihall endeavor to serve them in this line of busi- ness to their iitiafictibri.-' He fias Rape Seed for Bale, and will fur- nish it lo farmers at a cheap rate, as an. induce- ment for th'eui to cultivate Ft. TVILLIAM RAHR. TJ Cat- P A TENT MEtiJCiy.E DEP 0 T ADOLF1I TTITTMAS7V, Franklin St next door to tlie Post Ojfict MANITO-WOC, wis. THIS establishment will always .contain all th varieties of Medicine ;u3ually kept in a Dru Store, together wiih Paints, Oils, Yavnish, Al- cohol, Spirits of Turpentine, Wines and Liquors for Medicinal purposes. Aloe fancy articles, Soap and Perfumery, Blank Books and Station- ery, Camphene, Fluid and PuraSnc, and all the ?pher articles belonging to this line. Jjjp PBOECHIPTIOXS carefully put up both day and night time, r.I If. MANITOWOC DRUG STORE. T. J. ROBINSON, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ----DEA.I.KKS IS---- AND MEDICINES, CHEMICALS, fine Toilet Soap, Hair, BRUSHES Glass, Putty, Paints. Oils, and Varnis DijcSluffs. Toilet and Fancy Articles Pure und Liqwirt, for Medical pvrposas, fresh Camphene, und ..BURNING FLUID, I'TENT MEDICI.NES, incl1 nrticlps. usually found in a Drug Store, Prsscripiions nnd Family Ile- CAiPiMlly cotnpo inded ut hours. DRUG STORE. South side nf the'River, Alanitowcc, Wis. HENRY BERNER respeitftilly informs the publiu of Manito- woc town and comity, and surrounding cpun.try, that ..be has recently purcbaaed the Dnin' and Medicine store formerivkept RLDIC.ER, on the corner of Frnnkli'n' and, Eigb Hi 'streets, Eoulh side of tlie river, and ibal in addition, to their large slock, adding to and replenishing, the same. has a large and extensive assortment of PUHE Drugs, Medicines, CHEMICALS! WINES; LIQUORS, PAINTS logelner'.'wTlh 'a large and varied slock o oy tides P ERF UME R Y, Kerosine, Burning Fluid3 PATJENT- MEDICINES. Every article usually kept in a Drug Store, will be found at my establish- ment, and solJ at the. Li e s t 'Cn sh.'F'r lc e s. .'Particular ntlenlion will be paid lo .filling Physicians' Orders and putting up Prescriptions, Family Compounds, and preparations, of all kinds.. Dr. LEUDXER, oldest and most experienced Drug-gists 'in the State, has entire charge of, the 'Drug Store, and persons dealing Avith Lim can rely upon his skill and lion- HENRY BERNER. Uanilowoc, TDectniber 20, I860. 4.XP JS PAPER. Aouirickii 8. S. Union Publiciboni. HOW ABJD ASSOCIATION. A BcneTolent Tniiiiution established bv pptcial Fnilowiricnt, fnr ihe Keliaf of ilia DiftrefSed.alDictcd wiili Virulent ncd Epidemic. S, and esneciullyfor tho Care ol Disea- of the Sexual Oreans. MtpICAL ADVICE siven grniiji, bj the Ac- 'liii.z Surgeon, to nil who applj- "bj i-u.H ilicir ecvndiiinii, fipc, occn-' of lilt-; i.il in easiis gf ci- Btampi postage will te aocrpwljle. ,r P JrSKILLIS TOUGHTQS. Act- L.7ja., PiATFOEM OF .PHIBfCIPiES Adopted by the 'Wisconsin Democracy al Oilober 2; Resolved. Thai in Lbe present National crisis ttie. rallying cry of true men and patriots should be "The it must and shall be preserved." Resolved, That we deny the right of any State number of Stales to vpjthdraw from the Union, and lo relinquish their obligations and allegiance to the constitu- tion and laws of the United Slates, and that the attempt so to do on the part of the seceded Slates is in direct conflict with the spirit and letter of the constitution, and a blow aimed directly at the existence of the government, which should be re- sisted with all the power at ils command. That it has ever been, and ever should be the policy of to resist the claim whenever and wherever asserted, and to blast it with prompt and vigorous action. Reiolved, That the Democracy ever have and still do, deprecate the agitation, both NorLh and South, of those sectional issues which have distracted Lbe country, and that political policy which has asserted the light of construing the consiitution ancl laws of the Federal Government to conform to ihe views of particular Slates, ignoring the fact that the consiitution is ihe supreme law of the land, equally bind- ing on ibe people of all the States, and thai it is susceptible of but one eonslruc- lion in all localities. And we assert, that although these secilional agitations and consti'tulional interpretations, North and South, have immed the impending war, they afford no justification for ilie aclion of the seceded States, and ihal- the Union ;ind constitution iniisL be preserved and enforced in every State, and Territory of ibe United Resolved, That depreciate llie spirit. manifested by all (hose people ill the North wlio seek lo force :he National Arlniinis- ration to abandon llie policy which has been sJiiic'ionfrl bv the Government of ;lie Uniied States in ilia comlucS of ihe war, and lo sulifiitute therefor the aboli- liun of slavery u? its primary object, as at var with the very purpose tor which i.he war is prosecuted, anil us incompali b'e wiih a coiriplela restoration of the of these Slates. Resolvz'l, Thai we owe it to those noble men in Lhe Border Slates who are struir to maintain the Government in their respective Slates, as well ,is to our- selves, lo erase from our statule book all laws and resolutions lhal have been seel which are at variance wilh the cor.sti- laws of ihe Uniled Slates, and are calculaied lo embarrass the Govern- ment in suppressing the rebellion We therefore recommend to ihe loyal people of this Suite,   may. threaten it. That in the Ian- gu ige of the lament Douglas, "We should never forget that a man cannot be a true Democrat, unless he is a '_ loyal and, that ihe words of our dying states- pout, and they :w ere read by the Clerk.; A motion -was adopted requesting the attendance of the 'Sheriff upon the Board during its session. On motion the Board adjourned, iinlil to-morrow Nov. 14, 9 A. M'.. Thursday, November 14, 9 o'clock, A. M. .Board met pursuant to adjournment. Roll called, quornm present. Mr. Emerson moved that a, committee of .two be appointed by tbe Chairman, to examine into the interest and penalty lia- bililies of to the State, for the purchase money of the Poor Farm, to re. port as soon as practicable, which was adopted, and the chair appointed Messrs, Emerson and H. :H. Smith such commit; lee. Dr. Tucker moved that a committee of three be appointed by the chair, to inquire into the expediency of altering or modify- ing our present system of providing for the" Poor: of- this County, said committee to report to; lEia- Board. The motion- was adopted, and ihe.chair appointed Dr. Tuc- Rtsoh'ed, Thaflha: Couoty.Treasurer be and hereby is directed lo pay the terese due the Stito on the Poor Farm, :as soon as it may be due. was adopted. A petition.for a new town, to Prag was presented; and referred to :a commillee of three, coneiatiDij of Messrs. Eggers, Pierpont-ar.d Esslinger. .The committee appointed lit the July sesssion to examine into A certain road, in the town of Franklin, made the following REPORT. To the Hon. the Board of Supervisors. of County of Manitowoc. The undersigned a committee appoint- ed by your HOD. body to lake inlo.con- sideration a petition numerously signed by the citizens of the town of in said county, relative to a certain road therein named, to examine said road and to report thereon, would respectfully .re- port as follows, to wil: Your committee have had the subject matter of said petition, and the whole sub- ject referred to them, under deliberate consideration.. They find first, that the road, alluded to in gaid peiitioji is one of the oldest travelled roads in tha western part of ths county, (except, perhaps a mile and a hnlf on tha north east of said Road, whera it lies through n cedar and ia not was laid out by the pro- par authorities of Maple Grova, when thai, town composed the present towns of Ma- ple Grovej Rockland, Cato aud Frauklin. That in consultation with many1 of ihe cit- izens on the line of the road, your com- mittee found that said citizens, -all; of whom it is believed are signers to. said :pa- tilion, do not. desire the discontinuance of said cannot do without it, ex- cept the mile and B half before mentioned. Your committee therefore recommend .lhal the prayer of said petitioners be npl granted. 2il. Chapter 181 of. the private and lo- cal laws of 1859 describes saiii road for the purpose of authorizing a tax lo -be as- Bossed on the lands adjoining it, in sucb. description it is made-to. follow the town line of the towns of. Fraufclin and Maple Grove, from near the Catholic Church north to the line of Brown county, about a mile am! a half of the north part of lies chiefly through a cedar swamp, and does not connect at the county line, wiih any olher road., This part of the road is not opened, and cannot be made a good road, in the opinion oi your committee, for less than two or ihree thousand dollars, anil if built would accomodale only a'very few families who live near its northern termi- nus. Your committa would most respectfully recommend lhat the building of said jo.ad be abandoned, and memorialize the'Leg.- islature to repeiil said ,act, granting said tax for said-road. YourcomtniileeTouncl by-examining said petition that there arc but .four or five :persoris living .inside the boundaries of said land that would" have to be assessed to biiild the said road, and 'did'not ask for it; nnd do not-want it.- of the Coabljyaitd of paupers'pjovided fur in each town'.' .Mr..Pierpont, Chairman tLe'Com: rail tee. of five oq: the 'The Corririiiltee Juljf session'of this tioh if auy, it'is desirable'to lake in regard to ihe'distribntipaf of 'tha'Drninige' fund accruing, annually tb: this- had tha matter under careful con sitters lion; beg leave re'3peclfuily: io'-s'ibmit-iu'f following Report: .'-.i'.iJj- The act of .Congress tLe revenue arising from the sale of swamp lands' to the several Slntea named therein, as welt as lha act of cur legislature'appro: priating a per centals thereof' to the coun- ties' of this based upon- lhat it fhou'ld be divided among the Stales and'by the Slates among tbe Covinlicii pro rata to the amount of land-ihey may respectiyely the original survey, Thie fairness of aucb an apportionment would riot be questioned by one, if experience had justified such an application of- the 'funds as was originally reclaim-tht Swamp in the Federal Grant lo this Sate and others. Ths swamp lands yielding the revenue which 'constitutes this fund was undoubtedly intended- upon-ever.y: principle of equity arid fairness ought to be llie only lands upon which this .fund should be expended' whetlier: forHhe purpose of reclamation by'drainage erwise. The Legislature of this the act donating of1 ibis-fund, 01 a it to the eeveral passe'.l in 1S5S made na follows page 337 R. 'S. "A nd for the further purpose' V enhancing I'o the purcbnsers' such, swamp anJovei flowed "which fund shall Lie.devoted to llie.drain.- ;ige and reclsrhaLio'n of'said1 swamps an'd overflowed liinds." Those exlracts are made from the act of 1858, to fihow that the Legislalui-e not only revenue of 50 per cent.-of -the net-pro cceds of the sale of the swamp arid" over- flowed In'nds granted to lliis atinu- ally to iha several counlies of. prbporlion to the amount received: frpm the sales-offsaid swamp lands in such coun recognizing the pro ciple of distribution before 'referred but goto far as to make it a personal (fit to the purchasers, expressly dec'atJDj that they design lo make use of this flint for.llie purpose of enhancing the property of the. individual purchaser! This CouDty -wiih ibroughoiil lheState.be lievinnr that it is' not fe-isible to reclaim t'ie swatiip and.overflowed lands bydi'niri age have: askid and 'obtained, leave of .the Legislature lo.-naejtlieir portion func for- the construction of. ioads: and bridges wliith in 'Uie'cs'liiualioti of- import com., at; least ij. much' tho'most practic-a! arid general mode of rei-liirnatiqn'pf' siicl The pelilion referred .to your commit lunds. Tins pf. ker, and Messrs. Eggers and Fulhaher. On motion. of Dr..Tucker the last reso- lution was rescinded. Mr. Esslingar presented a'pelilion of T. C. Shove, which was, on mqlion referred man, to his children, "Obey the laws and support the nre binding UDon.all Lhe children of America. Resolved, That, we are in favor of. an honest and .-faithful discharge of the duties devolving on the Stale nnd of an .disbursement of ihe public to tlle coiumillee on illegal assessments, Hud we hereby declnre lhat any man. who ilireclly or indirectly uses his Board, office or gain, is unworihy Ihe conSdence and support of ihe .people.- wilh instructions io report the facts to the a stnjnM brute of. said Scolcli .minister, lo. one of Iiis.pnrishioners7 w.ho drove liU-m.ercliaD- rlisc from door to door in a small carl drawn donkey I never see yon but the c'wture's "Ah, said vibe, beari's warm frtn's, Mr. Pierpnnt presenled a pelilioii of Martha Mary .Wilson, and moved that the Dist.rict Attorney be and is, hereby in- structed 16 examine into the statements of the petitioner, and if he'finds them true ip for the recovery" of the pro- perly at the.expense ot ihe County...' The commiuce on liability of the Coun- ty to the SfalrTeported the following olution: tee accompanies this report. All of which ia respectfully submitted.- JAMES MclvoB, LoUJS FULIIADEB. On motion ihe report was adopted. Mr. Emerson moved that the Poor com- missioners be inslructee to report to-vmor-. row morning at 10 o'clock, which 'was: adopted. Board adjourned until to iiiorrpw'mbrn-: ing at .10 o'clock. 'Friday, rn'oiruing, 10 o'clock. 'Board met, roll called, quorum present. The minute's were read and approved. Tho report of the Poor Commissioners was presented and read. The reading-of the quarterly schedules attached to the re- port was also; called for, and they read by .'.he Clerk. On motion of Mr. Pierpont the report of llie Poor Comoiissioners wns ihe report was referred to (he Commiuee appointed last year, of which J. D. Mark- ham, is chairman. A memorial from Fayetle, Armsby. was! presented and read, and on motion of II. to tbe Coruinittee on illegal assessments. Mr.-Eggers offured the.follpwing reso- lution, which, was adopted, all the mem- bers voting in. llie afErmalive, except Messrs. Stevenson and Rysolvcd, That the County Superinten- dent of Schools, wilh- ihu consent of the County his office in tho.saiije roouis in the Court to be occupied by ihe County, tho first of January next, and that the sum of forty dollars be and is hereby appropriated for the purchase of a desk. for.the use of spid superintendent Dr. Tucker oflered thej fullp.wrng reso tion, which was adopted r: Resolved, That the ed by the Board of last yaar, relative to our Foot Rjstero, of which J..-.; MarkhaTn js cbaiii.n'a'n, he" TcijueRtcd .--to embody in. their report'a "ftatement'of the comparative cost of.providing poor outside of the 'Poor IIoust; 'us 'niay'be found in' the1 report of Poor Cohitnifcsi'c era, and the cbmparatiyp'n'rrroTanlB ex- pended for Ibsl purpose'airiobg ihir-rever- Hhe towns to receive a portion o the f nnd in the ratio that ihe Swamp lane n lo the lias b.eeh'Tec- a previous and. your to.nniitleevvould repori.jlhat .i snot advisable to make any furthatlchangi thnn to allow each of the towtia-while (he Dis'tri.cls remain "na 'ro.m. ..l.b.e-coDiipi.8s'ipner-.ilip..aiO'inn't" dtie suc'i Town.., not ..prevent several towns'.from Ip'ntling: live aiiioiints together a'n'd' using wlioli or the.rjnrpbse'of draining )odyfo.f landj.flrSiere ihall by the-respective..towns be deetntc ndvantage'otis to; each: Your- com in it lee car. see no reason why the' funds of the whole County shall be applied'to ben eflt of purchasers of swamp in. any one particular locality.; Moat aisuredly this would be: in :dire'ct contravention ol jolh ihe'Llelter and spirit, us act of Congress donating to 'ibe the acts of our own Legislature apportion'- ng toJilio.several Counties; entiilej to. Hi S-PiEttfoxr, ii, n. Dr: Tul-ker prcseh ted. minority, jrepor as .V To thff Ho nprable the. .BparJ p'ervi sore of the.Coun.ty Tha nndersigne'di coromitiee apppinled body to, consider tho 'following Resolution, t Wit ResoU'cd, iliat the cliairman of ihi Board appoint a com inittee of I five .to ex atinirie intb the and report, what action' abp'uJd 'be taken cpuDty, to proportion ii this.fima and lo-. repor ,-v; Avoiild. respepliy.elj Uiitt UiJiy-Vbiir .undei.deliberMe _ ticular end lo-lhe-attnihinebt.of-wLwilf i thovt'W thkt.it- Hire. totf ictLt'ondw ifei trim of ifc. lHerfl ion of wiicluaads as follows oat th.e'inlenlion of of Congress to the State of States, tLe and OTerfloWed lands within theilr'iimits. Approved 850.r. And for. .the further of en-, lanoing 'to' the piirchaiers the viiiueor uch tare piay hereafler.be of-tbia'State, fifty per ceeds-of the sale of the-anarap and lowed lo thU the act Congress aforeiald, .shall and the. tame is hereby set apart'as' a 'aepirafit und, ,-entitled ihe Drainage "Fund." which devoted lo mid reelamalion of said svniBip arrtti lowed lands." --'r'.v, have not of aaid said lands toltbji State, >ut also the undersUnding of of J v i ti intention, to wil: JVenkbk ihe.SliUa :o claim nnd reclaim them, an engagement Ibal per cent, of- ihij net iroceeds of th'e sale'of )le it ta do so, i'cov.enant' with he purchaters of the Undi to'enhance .their: vsloe by  13, Jr, -S? L, t   

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