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   Mineral Point Tribune (Newspaper) - October 26, 1858, Mineral Point, Wisconsin                             VOL. XT, CITY OF MIKERAL POINT, TUESDAY, OCTOBEE 2G, 1858. TOlflDAT Stone }Uoek, Third Flair. Kntl Side, High Hired, Mineral Point, Jf'.'i., ly JJLISS SON. T K 11 M S Citr SulxcrlU-ri., 1 year, 6 J2 00 1 .'.0 Subjcrit-crs, 1 Gmonthil, a ytr anytime less th.in tbreo mont1 KATES OK ADVERTISING. Nanii.-irttil type, compact iv.ittU'i-, or in si'SOf, will bo coun'.t-.l ax .'i KWHSKIU O.Mtw, SI :i lino, v.-xr for fivu liu.-s, ami fifty for t-ach 'ililinnal liue. K.ITKAY XoTicr.s, published fnorwiiulm. for a Bin anini.il, and ft-r ficli unluiitl li uotioo. NOTICKS, at SUtt'.ituratrM. .SrxulAL fi.cailod ami kupt in'l-le, havinc pr.-c.-Ji-ncf of tirulnary 30 per ccut on ortlinarv- NOTICES of Meeting's Charitable KC., Jim jirico. u-i'll t.f. i'lut-rt.'.l till forl-i-1, fur an.-orOitii.-ly 411 Trnanitnl mutt lie I'aifl Fur in Ad vaate. rule wlil nut varloi: from. YKAKLV A vKariaKKd allowed the of Chans miarU-rly. No AiiviKTlSBtsXT thfin a wiv.nre. HILLS COJ.LKCTAULB QUAKTKKI.Y. nt irir. PTISH LAY OJ1 DESTIKY. BT ni-XKY anT.iir.s-r. Aivahn anj EToryTchfre >'rom upland, ]fiu-n, tlio unlTerfia! jirayt- r, TLu oiUon of niorn. Aritc I ftaO don thy irozking garb All liatiiro I.tt bo thy barb, An'! uffc'utiicrhs thy nj.ur. to lint the jeers, would U- wb.tt thou ait Tic-y not t't n (ifrcnil tbiuo tarn, Still lew diFturb thy though you havo no fining hoaul, ClnlitTitrtncc- or Kttallh To ht the lirolifrs' board, The of wealth Push on You're rmllag TrbiH- you stand Inaction will not Take Tiff's hiiiMl bundle- in your liar.ci, It MlfVJv Pusli on Wowero i.ot a inmnt'ni in deciding what to JBEPUBI.IC AN ST AT E C OX YEK TION A NIGHT WITH THE GUEBILLAS. A SCEKE IN MEXICO. BY riilMlAS P. 7OMPKIX--1. The are darkening nor them ikies, t'Tt- Jill The MHOW in northern lit s, rf arc g uvorm UH.H" wHle cu'v followed with the made our wnv, bj- the girl's gnidar.cc, to tbc i Oct. 5th. 16W, pursua The Republican State Coition was held in e AsscniMv chamber at "Inesday, to 'a tall of the State- UIlliltil'w. After beins called to order by II. A. TENXKV. proposed the names of suitable individuals to act as the canvassing in ihc plan of orgiiuiiatioa." The following resolution was" proposed and adopted: JtrtolreJ, That the plan of organization adopt- ed by this Couventioii shall nov be to couatrneU affect any county already organised, but .......iking list of the county canvassing committee the names of the committee for such Ihc candidates of the Democratic. party, guise it as you limy, is a vote for Human Slarc- ry. -Let every man 'do his duty af the polli, and the bailie" for Liberty will-fie -woti iu Wis- consin, at the 'next election.. Tii Cosditica af 'tie Democratic Party. This great partv iu its first formation, in days of was based urxin the political cqutilit V of 'all mcu. It are to foutid in the Declaration of Independence, and writings of its founders. It then a party and its jwlitical objects Pou't 1'liish J.ccaupo you have a !u houvst labor von mmittee, it was ,J of Him. JAM tt> j jn ir.afciiig by the a shall not he inserted, but in lien thereof, hall inserted, pioviously C. G. Patterson, of Eau Claire, proposed ihc fullivwiim resolution Jicfvlrtd, That in cot tafcca to avert the calauulv. f i we soon came in fiKiit of the Bore the Win. Aid..eh, cho to which it was aml town, and o of M. M. IVivi.-, ol had no time to recotc-itrc for we w.-re llorsc  IN lliuoral J'uiiit, f luce in Counly JlniM- JOI1X II. WtlSTOX, rUlil.IC, COXVKVASOKR AlSHXT, liuva comity, GEXKHAI. iu. ion world larcu For vou, and JIH-, all You must t-xpvct your share of Aud, no'.v and tben, a fall. But, up again I ect out your liiiar your loud Tlitiri-'.- nothing lilis- .1 cherry To a t-tcny ro.ld. 1'Ur.h on t Jump ovt-r all tlio iff Slid t'til's Tlivrt-'s kind hand To lift Uip's thu rut1., Or a'Aay the r.-'invrnV-i-r. whfU your sky of b'.uo by a cloud, Th'- fun hiiiut a.-v sooo for you A.s iQuiKiich proud. ]t is but v.-'.'.tf-n on III'- n-.con That loll mJurei. Tilt; Mould dauco 11 that LOU! ot yours. on You're while you st Innc-ioii will n'-t Tale lift-'" in >onr hand, And i: bvi-K'.y i, ihe leading democrat in the campaign of tion paper, to he cncnlated in behalfrtf Win. jjr. IJuchanati could not have S li.-iily editor of the free South, pnblii.ied aii-.l thcicforn could not. beeu I'r.-'sident. Whea attempt, was made by the Pre.-.ident to force the Lecomptoa constitution upon Kansas, in defiance of his pub- Xewpo'rt, Ky. Adopted. j j, chair appointed C. G. r.-ilterMin. of Fan j Chiire, and S. Thompson, of Green, to circu- late the paper. John Turner, of Jui.oau, offered a resolution. nr.d W.wits taken from ns, and Address of the Scpublicac State Convention. To Hit peofilf ttjtlif. Stiitc of The contest to be decided aMhe n.-xt election t- unusi-.nl imlMi.ta.K-e. Kever has n ....aoni.l Admin.str.-ition so completely nbaii- tionetl ihe principh-v upon which thin "overnmeiu was founded.' While Ihe Consiitn- of the United Stales, as >lr. Madison con- tended, conlains nothing which can n-mind IN HOOKS, STATlONKi'.Y WALL r.M'Kl: j noit door to till.- OlSiU, tiluic, Mill'! GKXF.K lliird 0 a r i i c hi.ast a urea', r.ew .-nit of f'.otl-.es. .1 plain H-i: piece for the par- JJEXJ. SCOTT, KXF.KAI. Pcalrrin DryC'K.Ji, (irocfri'S, I'rovi-i'.ii.- Stone, Wi., .N.iv. ii, 1; r. "AHIFFETT, at. 1 V to '.be fllizi-iw of MiiH'iii! 1'oiiit, am! OUice the UnUt-d Siatv- Ik-tt.1. .it-iiiity. ATTORXF.YS AT at_ allitartnof .s tier in Court fee tlie K, ai. n., Mm I. An indiscreet person is like an un- sealed le'.'.er which every body can peruse. It is not t-'asy lo in the oak ithe crook thai grew in the sapling. tiST" The ivorlJ innkes us itilkers, but solitude makes us thinkers. j Between huiband and wife little I ii'.tuntious cause much love. for ambitious yontig pbyn- jcinr.s, Have natience." no losses impovurisu ;s coii'inittctf on plan ol organization il. J.vrl'.SON, HASrtfUnicJ tlu' praclk'f "I tin; l.a lift- in tin- Supivin... an-K em 1 1 in I'. S. Pistriet Court. Atu-i. to tl.f [.urel.ury F.UU-. O.Kcc in stone Uuiltlll.S Uaiihinx FOX. Attorneys nuil Will praetitf n. "'r nail tur HttenttiHi M- I'-tr-1- gST" Manners is a medal whose reverse ,.ur afiri is insoiC-nce. wt. If wise men play the fool, they tio: it a venfreancc. Let not thy will roar, when thy _ I power can but whisper. Do tliou, but do thy 1-est. and ihon thou inay'si defy the devil to do his worst. r ritlr ti-.cv eat with The of the iissn nave uf.vred ti.e words: for he- w.-sat the r-'i' and as i nivsclf It-i-i ;'.'v'Li 1 M--MI. whiie Charley was m I style. _ chief tl.a: .-.n-.-': i-rt-i-all n ai-d'.H- ifke i K- 1- -t of a I ri in a ,.-f warn, water.- in eachomnlv.w ,Hy Tl1, i ,''iV cm.! will low.-r np.n vour -hati! v appoint with nntlmn -u a to appoint, -re M.b-.oi.i intti i dis- ThM !hi- Conveii'.K-n appoint_u 1 I'.iinmitiee of thiee active, hithlul .m- .o- 1 he in- lie. ami private plolpc--, Forney ren.onstratcd. but wilhout avail and filially from being Presidents bosom friend 1m was compelled, if he would preserve a particle of his own scll-re.- to tako gioiinti againfttbiifl. There piob; ablv never was a more unbltiKliing attempt to bribe a measure through a legislative body than occurcd while the I.ccomploii conhtitulion wna before toiigri-ss. The president was determined it shou'.d through il it hhould cost bin) thio vl'.ole of his patronage. We all remember tlw jobs he ten Utah California mail in addition to his usual means of pal ron-ipe these were all openly u'setl to carry- lhat measure. Listen to Mr. Forney who des- what he saw when visitii-.g to entreat Mr. liuchanan to chanp; his Let everv tlemocrat who, alum; with Col. Forj- <-y, nidei'l in putiiiii; tliu preWut administration in power, read the followingdisgraceiul and lemember th.il ibis is a tiuu" lha condition of the democratic paily at Washing- ton 1 saw ttirued into speculators in or- der induce them to desert tbeir written and spofcen to the people J saw represen- tatives lo lietray their constitucntc. a.sa Kuul bi-iii slavehold.-r purchases his i1 coiiiiuu generations that such an abomination as; Slaverv ever existed in this country, the 1'resi- iletii tleelari's an extra-judicial.decision, which j W1W opetilv uml actively engngcd makes Slavery iiiling and paranioimt inter- [nu OI1 tjlt. t'.f conscience anil the con- in our national pi-licy, to be the supreme law or Iwnglit iutobilencc orac- nf the only has she lihuialai.il time- honored policy of excluding Slavc-iy from the itorii's been al.nndoncd, but Slavery is main- tained th.-rt! in spite "I the solemnly expressed will of the people, and its continuance hnsbei'ii made tbe sule condition on which a Territory is admitted to the rank of a St.-tto. ouiescenre; an era or opicial and an of oHicial silence, such as. had it taken under an opposition ad mi nisi rat ion and acainsl the democratic par- ty, would have hurled that opposition into per- p'elua! O'aatte. tteeaus, it to be diverted from its natural direc- tion, tlie slaveholdinj; will it." Whiie it was the opinion of our greatest stalesmeu .that JbonvMy. faiilifulue-svaud :ibili tv b-houltl iw il criteria bv which the as- L-h: vou n.ay go a- it mnv o! tha: w OV.arl.-y in a !..r.d with a mou'i'-i I'.-l r-h.ov.h! have a v.iii make t-o-t! wife will i u., :ir voler and uru'O upon 11 tins day pievious to the L-lectivii, tl.em tlic nee.-ssity o) And that those p'iraiils to-oflicis were to be judged, the present. Adiiiinislralinn has shamefully-prosiituted it.s power and ll.e votes of National liepre-entatives with favor-, and by the political iiiorals of the 'V.v And ibnl those a "i.tw MirftK-e on'him m j will make it th.nr special duty d a be at at. earlv hnttr <-l t..e a Venov.t- cleelioti. who of the froin sw- j volt.rs iLetr town or wards.ale abyei.l or have If tLott nrt to that they also s.-e lo n, thai then to i: i -.V-entees l-ioucbi lo the polls and vote. Carpcn ..'e, Kai.Kos. has just lelurncd from.t rigs, and ilia: ho left two hundred ni work tlointr woll, of the gold IB fmvrtd about 'seven feel betow the surfaco. Mr. Carpenter and for Lawrence parly, of whuin fifty six at the mine-. He represents that thu soil in the of western K.IIIKLM Is richer and more productive than in any other part of lb- The fact that the irold is sufficient to considered iu Kan'- _.......... and tinarterinir an .-.iinv of iillt- insatiable -jHice-holders on the ..f the nation: In what feature of this AdnuniKtration are l TTf.r.NKY AT LAW. Solicitor in A. ilv wi.ite el. .-.-il l.iav. r Ic.-u-t a A.x iM.iCAT'Ojt.ox cut the 1P2 from a Xcw Vprk-cxcha-jgc WAMIIXCTU'X, Oct, P. JI." be not wise in thy own. we were fivt-.l ".r n. e, M n.kratl- r pl'l-.ilC'iSt.lt'-J.nEJ n t'lnncu t'.t-i- 'I Kuri'l..1 V-tl ln-v U- cUitf ItfWDSdf Intvr.-.t idhcu s A. il. 11 e. ir-arr ual'.y riiias -ecii.t-il after ti.-.-y pilfered we hat! l'.ei. nisny ct. ;ody is not iy t.. when ol-odv can to be pitied as no wno.-.i nou-ouv ;il, and !c i j I." n.-c.. please. the ccuru-d "SVithho'd not thy money ,vl. a- v.-e'.i so there isneed, and was'e it not where there run is none. i LiSl f-c-.v borrowed hor.se and your own j ;wl. sparTmaVc short inilos. is a Danish ron-; ik-rinz of a rather universal practice. j it wa., iy yon are the anvil, have pa- ih.- which said I could convince cvory. impartial :k..t, IBD horr.f Popular Sevcreigaty while there's a hair in bis Beauties cf Cold Wattr 6 i zone of the -warp in the Rtfrrentrr C.tM. l-oi co UeDj.Cunj-Ml, Galena. r   

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