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Publication: Green Bay Intelligencer And Wisconsin Democrat

Location: Navarino, Wisconsin

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   Green-Bay Intelligencer And Wisconsin Democrat (Newspaper) - December 30, 1835, Navarino, Wisconsin                           Green-Bay Intelligene er, VOL. 2.] NAVARINO, DECEMBER 80, 1835. frNO. 1C. OF.XOCKtT, A. I., A C. P. Aradt, b publi-hfj 1'rice THU dulUn ttt MB. -U'VAM E a .CDOTJS, .I.K.VJWT A- WI-VVE per Schooner Gunpowder in do. wtrr Tobacco, I Pouchooy do Spanifth Seyare, 1 Loaf Sugtr, Micaboy Suutt, Lump do toil Black 1 1 hhd. W India do Pepper, 1 1 ilo N Orleans do MiMU'd. t bigs and 2 Jamaica Ruin, I and R.o Coffee, Gin, Chocolate and Cocoa Sup'or Maderia Wine, do A (At u n, and arc are'now qpetnttjj the old prepared, I. Teueriffe a larj'e anj gene.al of Pemonto and Gmgfer, I'l.bcrU, I keg Merchandize suited to" place auJ <-loves. Cinnamon, ct.rsi3t.ng of U'ce. Stanli, SHailS U'nter strained Oil, pcrfine JJCP, Dim-, Tatting, Kdjing, Foot- eiripcel, drab and plaid ing. Quilling anil In- Ccsimeres, JO pieces ant Hork'd mus'msJt capes Pilot blanket cloths Lace and 20 pieces grey, white. Merino, Silk, Te-ll.iw and Saie Libt Cachrnere and elotlii, 'III 'tit Shawls, 10 pieces ijlrouilmsr, Valencia long Shaw's, dold Sherry Superior Pott Common do do do do do "COVE TOI II tkl harp' Jxl U11 o cr w Ami won thuot. i.i.i I 1! oasketK Champa gne, '2 boxes Jjerno'i rup 1 drum Zinte do 1'eppcreauce, 1 basket Sallad Oil, Salaratus, 1 Stoughton's bitters. 4 doi jmrs Pickled Oy- 1 do Guavt Jrllv oter.,  us, nil vrecn, red, blue AV, 10 pieces Cambric dnn- Alackmuft blank- itt, 10 do plain anil figur- 10 pieces white, green eil bwim Mualnib, and 'i.nrle't flannels, 12 pieces plain and fig- Kngli-.li and French ureel Book 8 pieces plain and fig. bnllv rhaltieltes, ured Plriin ft printed Bom- 2 pieces klraw colored hnzdtes Ralmtttc, Batiste,   brown sheeting, DOES and Sewing eot do bleached do. ton, 30 do brown thirling. White mil red cotton 15 do bleaxlieil do Flannels, CLOTHING. Bin-1, black, brown, lMrfr Valencia dress I igure-d silk do and trock Cnati, Thibet elo 1! ue, bla( k, and inn- Silk Velvet do ed clotli PUm and figured Mer- Tihie and ribbud Casa- FKilles incro pantaloons, Camlet, Cloth and Me- AfiTcil, Ftnpeil, blue rino I-nuirs anil ndcr Satmett Mens Camlet Cloaks, (iiiitalooiie. Blanket over coats. Fustian, Corderoy and Woolen and buckskin heteen jloves and mittens, lit ick and blue cloth Comforters, Tlip above, u ,th innumerable other articles Hfiially tound m a innetr store, can be had on the most reasonable lermv. Green Bay, Dec. 15, 1530. FOR TALL AND WINTER. JUST opening by the subscriber, opposite the Post Office, Navnnno, a Irish supply ufJ'ALI. A WlfTStt GOODS, eturcd to the 'narket, consisting of DRY GOODS, i bo i fn ur And WftH lur I U Of pttiv utie, uf IKHII t i i Kmwiubitr roe, ih.unlo-t v. ik Thu uag M tl to Ik lost It rtlh tonuml I (olRllY llal 111. 1. She oft hu thrill'xl in ULLI uu licrhc, But naw her taice u I rnjc luui'.luii lam Th hich munnun uo lU i ourvi wnh Wheii mmen ify ckanis ttrr g n And tpring Kt tu w a -s {rev wai a bring, nboraio -PI our iiiniurc, E ch cbann in her J lo mrt And cuukl grantitl mo-c She !iad k en g -.L' brfalhcj fruni oil m r blue 03 Ip as if ihcir gljnc, Tta 1 lu truJer light frum partdtgc Tliou knmnest then nmt not For yet ihy wilh joj i'oili Miunglr i iiaVrs Around my thrir Tlicn tonoh thr harp in 1 1 t irs (.hroj" Again Ihnr influcixv o or mr Ihng And timiln" raoro tliiwc magic lach 1 HU KIM lu hear lli t. TIIE JiTATE i 1 he people of Miclnrui, iihng 1 KIN oi the natural ng'it ot I UK-HI, and of right guaranteed to j br tin on'Miancc ot 17si7, to form a con- e'ltuiioa .xi (I M ve ortuncnt, and to claim in1 tin i nion as n state, eloctul .i (uiiMniMi This coi'Mitu'ion -.nliiinttcd b> l hi ooiui.n- cosnn MC v HARDWARE, CROCKERY, ifc. ALSO A NEAT ASSORTMENT Ot FiSUtOtABF.E I JEWELRY, all for :ile on reaionahV terms The public are respectfully invited to call and examine ANTOINE DKQULNDRE. Nor. 18. 1835. [The Cuiiinunicilion n little out of era llg lit C nnil tfokillg i ml rctrflta would done in ui, IJion January SCUAPS BY 1IIK WAY. AVlio iir.-> t up Rnrr from this phcf, .1 id li not hi' n louibU impressed wit.h tli in g.nlice nt pmspc Lin sonseof the void, pusent-, Its bcautilul auel uiln-g rning rubtly on either side, with '-liv- ing and thcloft> tree tups dipping their shadows in the deep blue waters, al- ford a feast to the delighted cj e not often surpassed. Here the quiet mtin may find ill. a si'ui- tion as, fair and a s id ns ri( h I1, he ut can wish. Here the Meclurnc i iav ('ii'e Ins tejols M elm sitib'j his ambition vird tlie specul itoi may sit down nnd o  gun-, till im- lost in hcTns ol gold, jnd that life is (ir too hoit to tiie a retreat m roni intic ndtrcin may wJfct i firm v CJLOCJKIS Vests, Bin" and tit Vests. Cotton C, i r 1 S >c-m I to a 1 f 'if r a u t. to tin i cl MM lup 11, nnd Ins n 'c Midllm" i ippri'xit'on j i piirlion ol lli it i Lieutenant nwinber of lu -si lie uiii! a ii pu si n mve in directed taleelectcd on tin inn Tno-d M in liitinonlh 1 lu diioetion has b' c n e in ed into etli 11 another pren ision in the cotistilntioii. the k were dn eled to inea thn d u u (.i> ol IK tu it Aneitlici roviM >n toiituiued ill othcu s in the exercise ot tin ir o'liei i, holding commissions under tiie authority of the United States, until superseded un- di r this constitution. Ti.c othcers necessarilv and mimedmte- U, Mud r eolb' llic and ol the Tern- bee IU-.L that iiibtiiiment diiectxl llic (Ii eti.m of a Governor I ibt month, nnd liemi; a liuuitli ul tiic U tlie ol tlie slate to UK 11 thii and Michigan ecwuig to te a 'lerritory, no such ofliu is as a GVi- rriior and ISecrc'ttry of tlu. Tuntoryc n, lu icalter or bt1 rooogmied as Thcv leimm here, induuluilh, long as thev think pioper ifnt llu Imp no longei anyollicitl ni tiiorit) in .Mie'i.- g-xn The W'H b'v d emit and respectful te> the and got eminent nt the UnituI Stitos, to abstain i'l all iegisl.ttmU iliui e..n, by eeune in collision withi.i) iight- iul aiitliority ot tun union, un'ji e ingress, met to mlniit us is u r slau tlieCOllfoill l.Uloll. ttlll IK CCbS 'u pa's n law or nvoeil a pun 1} locnl natuii. This course, on the p.irl ol the pompta and legi huirc ot IK' only reabon and right loi Us s-uppon. 11 f Ii is various s.iuctioncu Longiesi Michigin matle social npp'n -tiuns to Congiesb tor the jussagt of a 1 iw lui he of CO'llflltlOt' 'Oi 'i lUtC lutinn but Cong.css,   Oujef- t'on in point ot right 01 J istice, I ulc'd to act upon tiic snhji e t. Michigin ateeitam- eil that sli( ii id a. much fre iter population thin i ntii'ed her to .uln issioii .is a Mule JIHO tin union, and profcc'lcd to tike the steps, ucitcd a view to th iti nd. The tir-l iKCfii se the initl di- rt i> i i j Hi to be i ed, l-, t'l I lA Ti !i- i which wisfoiiind m Sonlh- we ii in '11 a Tcint rv e hj Xonli Ciiolint I i tli I ni'ed fat ill s, and pee ]i'( tli icm Timed ill the lights, i id to iltln condi'inns, contain- ed in llif liom which the pb ol die Aorllinf-leiii Tcrriirij, uiflu- ijmg Mn lug in, (I inn such of tb< ir nghiS us iif not inliercnt in all free people. Vi 'hout ippiMng to Congress it all forau- tn Cm in a Mate constitution, the [eopieol lemcssee, under the authority of thr ordm nice ol adopted a con- elected a CcMcrnor, stile- legis- hture, and representative to Congress. Th it 1< gisl itun eo1" elected senators ol thr Lnited tilites, and aeiuptcd either prn long TPII- idnulii d mlotl c .o i The teiiitorul nrne oiilistantia'Ij cMingnislif ii tin--c js in that ol Mirlngin i iniont, Kcnl'.ekj and Mainr, elrrte-1 ir nnd legislr'jrr s, ind those IM s nnd h gisl iturcs organi7cd rtnd ir stitc go.ormriciii Ijcfore n' r 1 n in tl e I r l 'Tin i jf hcrcejiisi ulion, i i lio.r rnor 'mfl't i'' I' i in x'veir bet IK <-K w. s in n 1 mi I ii i'' 1't 1- u r t i LV iin-'' m i Cl-   

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