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Daily Milwaukee News (Newspaper) - October 11, 1868, Milwaukee, Wisconsin PAUL MILWAUKEE OCTOBER 1868 This Mornings TOBACCO Latest News by Ihe Atlantic at Special to The The tobacco ware house of John in Lynch Naturalization Treaty With Great Iladical Reforms Promised by the ProbableEstabiishment of a pounds of superior The loss is over John an occupant of the build kiit lie had thirty hogs he id ready for besides a large quiynity in Only onejioghead He was insured for This is the third or fourth time he has been burned or two others suffered in small The total is about FROM Financial and Commercial Inlel Chase Denies that he is Favorable to the Election of ti M intU LlMH 1 of a Attomptod Wlfo Warder c North MMmnrynnd 1 Strange bHwceu Stabbing 1ird Sanliy niiu the Amiiiran Spfiul to The provisional junta KKV Uc Chase yester JV f 1 Of day denied nnnouncing himself favorable to d ioin in or v Orant s icr t p ve t IIP juft not anarcliv or 1 lor rs cf Iortrz Mrs Bridget Walkrr made a statement at a linjoklxii to the lur of i r di 11 h Tuns f r 4 New Assaulted her wi h imciit at Cuouey Islaiid tcrd her to unoccupied shun li has tv on the Miot IK r three times wrh a w io d thtn lockins the s us lu hoed wdiiiin the out through the liilillv C and ifciii although he ipn de a sr i il He is still at i w R f t Irs Walkirhas bien taken to the of fi rmcr if i roiii p i ho hurdle race wrs itintr Ciia lie The two i itcr The sweep for two are tiiU frT i of tie cl won by Camrrons i bpntirg tho Kap if iri1 lt nil n won by y i U e audJubal Jh oC c T v te Ll ilJ of Tho he uuta in ihe in rPCdi lut thcv have to Tiltr wlJ of the will ivp of total societies iu this the it w s v in by fts cral na 1 ivrrvurd iMu i comniittce i i i I aril n inic M ut i MI m K nr J a and his were found do id iu their rorm i he of Tho ped ffc t oy hd tnkpn an ovfrioe of hoc 1 urn i MI s o s fiC IH 1 tur PAH caij eriT tiirij n ii G w T c i IlfrMii Niw aivvfi 1 IliiUiJ n shnde Miier w i i ad Iv t Dn FHG1F Proceediugs of the Episcopal Convention at JVew York Wisconsin General Congre gational Convention FROM for chronic with which they i oca jifriicird for some A is An fiHicer aw a n n holding up a woman in front of a Louie MercT street at a 1ito j on Thursday oa toM Iy the man that the woman W 1 he was tryiig to got her A close disclosed t u1 thit the woman hiid bcvn severely Tie whoe name is and the woman to Jt is stated thut judge Chase yesterday de nied announcing himself to he considering it duo to his oiliciul Iosiiioii to sund aloof fnm the present struTp i Ihe Partridge and tie wife and lieutenant f commander sailed in the Alas V CcoMt V for hcNSioll Of f OUCTPRH 1 of U Amomcthe for Cahlonna are j and wife seven fractional children and the Thomas iMiod for the wiik tca Siaiers of the i including the Guerriaza and com and i National bank is was TLc Jimounr of fractional currency i od i r by the American eroyei was j Minister The foil were made to to The for the NKW YORK advices econd Minnesota for the from Mfcxico city to the 1st instaut are re iphtli Colonel Of the Vera eighth Illinois Cruz had been California Charles i the Americiiu charge dAffairs second C A E hid SiTen a banquet to the cabinet officers linker and Moses third and the members of Mother ajid Daughter Genpral bchencl has from facial Pospatch to The and Fenatjr Morgan Carrigan and decided that it is not necessary to notify her aged fourteen while Special Despatch to The NKW the adjourn ment ofthe Episcopal a vote on Judge Otis amendment was tnkea by resulting as follows Clerical 150 15 so the amendment was of moved to concur rnt e resolution of the which was also voted oa by The vote stood 7 26 Several dioceses were divided and their votes not Nebras being thus admitted deputies were called an3 tock their At session Battle offered an amendment to the the following be added to cnion 12 That a member of church removing from one parishto another shall be to the jurisdiction and subject to Ihe care ofthe parish to which he Re ferred to the commitee ou The of nnsylv mia presented tLe following memon to the house of bishops aud house of cloiical and lny The undersigned ministers nnrl the protestant episcopal churcii res pectfully submit to your viiiirable boly tht lollowing statement ind ptitiua Thtrc is u CfUn uction of cin noi title which lorbidsoiliciating miiris ters of our iu any way or any tircum in ctrtaiu limns r paishes wihouf perniisiou of the minister of the j or a majority if there Le inure than According to this of our is forliiidcn to officiati1 within such n iu places p belonging to otiier tiol ies without siicii he is foibiddrn to citiici iyj for us own within such and he is fm hf le an r and a to officiate wirhin such eve t at the invitation ot the minister of the church whjili iis od do ii tho re b mure onv in ti citv unlii he 111 nivi ti S of a in To ihe is no ro bu siuTply C thit in s iiof its rr of would it be accl r i as only to d for tlic 1 1 P of 1 i i Mt rus H A II 11 K N I X 1 11 Hi v iANIl L LL 1 M riioMEu i D n I K T Heierred to the committee on The Uoidwin anotlj A Dlrturbanoe at a al Special Despatch to riot occurred at a democratic meeting in Bodne i which was caused by the town I marshal 1 attempting to arrest a member of I the white boys in blue for alleged drunken arid disorderly During the melee a number of shots were fired into the Thos the was shot in the head and seriously but not fatally One of assistants was wounded in the Other disturbances occurredin the afternoon at a and one man was badly Everything is puiet again to i SEYMOUR IN WISCONSIN HIS FORESIGHT AND HIS COUNSEt TO THE WAR COMMITTEE OP THE WIS Statement by Chief Justice Dix Justice Col ExController ExSenators Wor thinorton and B Smith and Complete and Overwhelming Rebuke of Radical Organs and At DCpitch to TheMilwaukee News Athene urn Mult occupied by SultanfieKl nnd Dobson pro duce arid crfrnmision merchants was totally destroyed by flre at an early hour this morn ing loss insured for cipnlly in home The building was stored with grain which was all Democratic Meetings ia Ohioand dominations ofthe Democ racy in Wow Tlisprifb to Schuyler Culfax addresed a small crowd here on On Wednesday last The Madison Jour by the chairman of the Wis consin radical state the following with much more of he found that it underrated the magniiudff of the His advice waft Bought by and wad especially by the joint cent miuee of subsequently re ported the war bill for that made many valuable and patriotic sugges 1 was a member of that as the Journal will and know tbaft Seymour was earnest in his deaire that the democratic party nnd the great northwest should stand upon high Such is the record of the manner in which Seymour met the crisis io time when the leaders of the rad ical party themselveswere hesitating as the proper course to pursue and such is the record to befoul which the radical leaders in state are talking themselves hoarse and and flooding eVery school district with slanderous One of these leaders aJ the same time doHging their own record and every issue which relates to or future the same sort When the south rose in arms to destroy the the said Seyaour was unable to find any authority in the con sul ui ion that would warrant ttve nation in defeinuog its own lie regirded it as unconstitutional to ut down the The substance of this statement is be ing repeated in still more offensive form by every radical orator abroad in the including the radical caadidates for ne wrrespondenee between senator Doo erty and prosperity pf the nation I DQOL1TTLE WHITEWA JOIM DISCUSSION AT VTiUKESHA We have been furnished follow who are proven to have outraged every dictate of morality and principle to deceive you and to cheat themselves jority ui tlnii is tioiif ilie quorum of congress to meet ou the 16 h The presiding officer will accord ugly on that day adjourn the two houses of to November walking on the track of the Central railroad neir this run over by a train and instantly They were and daughter of a luffrreiuly uiideitood in our On tlie one it is claimed hit it origin ally intended to only to those falsely ministers on the it isclaimed it is intended to np ply us well to miiiUura of other Christian In regard Io the question of c in your pititioiuTS would express no but in view of the diversity of m terjiretatfoii and ihe tliftkul y arising from is lateral application to lay readers in the ab sence of any necessity may have form erly exited of in retVreucc to those claiming to b ofthe fact thai the church has is mind the subject iu episcopal orders iu tlje theorderul uud if the inexpediency of any legislation which can he claimed to apply to a subject in regard to which has been ihe wise policy ofthe church to allow diversity of your petitioners would respectfully that it be and thus by cumtmin consent jict of ho so far as it relates to the question of Epikopal orders1 may be left to the direciioiis of the preface1 ofthe orderal in the book of common Referred to the the general con gregational convention of last evening a very spirited discussion of the home missionary interests papers being read by of and of and a re joinder by secretary of New This morning Daniels spoke for the theological seminary at Union and the remainder of the morning was given to the report of a committee of evening was occupied with debate upon home missions Th report of the select committee was adop ted after an animated debate This morning a report proposing to elim inate from the ministry who have ceased to exercise active ministerialfunctions opened the most spioy debate ofthe At 11 oclock the whole by a large was indefinitely the soldiers and the people as to Seymonrs Such is the provoca tion we have for bringing before the pub lic the annexed which expose the utter rottenness of the radical leaders nnd crush every deliberate falsehood tlvy have perpetrated like an PEOPLE OF WISCONSIN rend these The grand and then say whether you are which was to have been the letidfj prepared to trust yuur and the ing feature of the consisted of about 2o management of your affairs to men i democracy of liucyrus had a i last is far ai Dumjcrs were was a over were After m nchihg ihiough the prin cipal stroeti they adjourned to cour and were address jd emi nent T v 1T T J Ct T f of Uass c h finest iliin jn of the lign on yert Ihe most rain in the previous and snow in Uio resole wire out in itnmoLse cmdid admittng it to fully equal in numbers the Grnn anil Colfrlk Ins which the boeu vrith i WIMI K derno convpnlicn iTe tolav electOl del favoruble to the noiniuation of fiT democratic con at nominate I Gardner for from the tweny IvniANAroLis arrived here He speaks ut and will make the closing speech of the campaign far the i here Monday Senator Heudrick j the closing speech here Monday night j and every county is flooded with i anil resulting in documents designed to poison the mimis of appointnients for joint discussions aSthree i tomes a letter i by Chief Justice coiirtvilrr ajid prominent citizens of r and saiiC with i duct at tho time in iUvttioti Sir We iT the pnhhc prints of to the effect fh Si turer you hid ii ihe woods of and did not taxe for sfrroutid tor the country ngunst the rehel As an act of simple jusice and cour wj beg leave to that for two abuut the time referred yru in the city uf Wio am the same firmnud the of Wisccnsin was ii and points in this congressional Jt is expected that the democracy at each make all necessary preparation their part for a full attendance LA Diiittj LIEAR Sift In your favor ofthe 3d you proposed to meat me ia joint ut two oo three points iu the state during the present I shall be to uave hauac the places at as a as that I m iy govern myself accordingly in regard to my oher My engagements speak exteud to the Ith AE liny time nfter that meet yii any or all of the fidio iiii named piids and If you can addresti me hero lifSinthe I shall to yon ns I uo hoine after thac time until thi ShMiM ic hettpr suit your coivonience to uie jt a an e irajr I oUniige soaue of my prcsou as best ac d ite v r ri Iiii sv for fci njiC i rijiu cdie ERIE to Tlir bottom out today on the five mile levee ofthe Erie east of Anecdote of Afew years ago being in JHcate spent the summer months iir frequent excursions on aijd around Green On one of these pleasure while sailing on the they were overtaken by a bevtre thunder which was as sudden as it was and which caused them to row rapidly to the thore in search of tempo rary Upon landing espied a low into which they entered and found it tenanted by an old aaiior and his I h just returned from find j ry tlu up to the I therefore to i n uf the tlmis nnd already upon by I will iruae LA UrosaeT i COth iVtuikeshsT 1 21s aud the season will bf too laie for intii they take place in the I T avoi1 a rambiing and useless to lie Cj arc The qufsriun uf 1 The gf od nonsritutioil ind ffcots otthe i Which us most likely to fiss cnusiituiiijiial lifccp i tie u the election of an 1 Colfax r Blirj 1 Te ccver the whole field st They pbintv and wo may hopeA usefulness to uur I Vm jiia v in si speech one the i other follow iu n speech of one hour aud a j the other reply in half an Oiuer rejoin ia liiteta From oue place to another we in ths Ut sions are to be and Our friendly relations as well as oar selfrespect would foibiii anvother style lie wrth reference to the f Respectfully letter above I JR DOOLJTTLB to itfrr fTtiitn thM rr the UjiAu tnruuijh ynur which otherwise they were disposed for reasons to op And we know from ripirttd oonver had with you or in our thit ifle r J C G U E G O R T II HAMS ui the we have the statement of Dennis republioAn state scmitor at the and stillj a prominent wTfe WhhT la Dtl uU tTr andlhe r vrr lrmug f posed he waa certainly in favor ot that tar ana tne nattiml nn iurwuru to and 1 coopera ed wuti re wd capers in cooied of our in supportiaz the national ui uui UerS may be associate justice tho supreme adds I understood from n conversation I hui frovernnr Seymour that his poliri cal friends in New York vigorously J t J i U V tar and the natural to an old he quickly made the visitors acquainted with his past recounting the mauy hard ships he had undergone mid the heavy losses then a member the senate and ofthe wax Prest4nt state fair ib VIadisOQ scrupulously neat and betokened added his statement to the above as needy almost to the follows furniture being of the poorest and By this time the storm had and the weather was fine The friend of the governor took his thank ing the sailor for shelter he had afforded Wuiting for governor Seymour to join him he took up a position near the window the where he could command a view tf the whole interior without He saw the hands of poor man and thV visitor bidding each other adieu also noticed same that a glittering twenty dolior gold piece Ipy in the liorny palm of the in voking the blessing Almighty Qod upon the tenificent He that tears were standingin his friends eyesj and heard him charge the old mail to ap ply to him for relief should he find himself ia need of noble ae Seymour with no one to witnessjt atid tEi Mi I r LA 1868 Jurnes Doofifte r i SIE Your favor of the 6th i is I will meet you ap the timet i at As I am advertised to spetk at yensPoint on the 16th I canuoe meet you at Crosseon than day without disap pointing the people Stevens Point anst as I unavoidably disappointed years I am particularly anxjous to j STATE MEKT OF W On of Seymour was stopping at the Capital Wis The legislature had adopted a joint resolution tti adjourn sine die on ingofthe many of the memberg usnd nearly all were intending4o leuve on the first train Senators Crocker and myself had been on a visit to about six miles of Madison teached the Capital house late in the even ing or aome of ciiilesi who wasthe first1to inifbrm us that Fort Sumter and he fcighJIniOtt f consent to have indiciitelwhat course of argument I shalif but shall hold myself at liberty to1 speak such matters as I deem pertinent to and accord ther same privilege to I desire and expect that the discussion shall in apar liamentary wayr and personat 1 agree to the manner pcopoaedf by you for opening and closing the Respectfully TEA POTS t r TEA Pressed ItwtUpn and 618 r j j v
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