Independent American, September 21, 1855

Independent American

September 21, 1855

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Independent American (Newspaper) - September 21, 1855, Platteville, Wisconsin VOL. WHOLE 468. irr.nv Kaunv uouxixo, At Orant County, Wis, by PAGE A. CHATTERTON. TERMS. 1 year, in advance, Oim 0 7; en; ILM tout to inio addrnti. Twenty sent to ODD address, takun unless accom- piniiil ivith tho ni'i'iuy or eqiiivalunt. an( tlic tnno paid for know what are the rights of a trav- olcr.in a singe coach, car or hotel., tlf wo- man only man's equal, ho asks "Jg.it tho or u woman to crowd a; man out of n railroad car, otnniluip, or steamboat Is it tho right of a woman to crowd him out B pnhlio dinner table ,Is a man bound to riso, when a woman comes along, and giyti her whatever he has thu enjoy- in tho way of luxury or And then ho goes on to Bay; "Jt is rather important, then, for Lucy, and Antoinette, nnd Frau throo Graces-of eloquence just fettle in some of their convocations, whether or not wo men ant 'equal' with their II wo nro, wo won't budcoa when they Don'iRave. Denunciation has its use; but it is em- ployed to ve-y poor purpose against those who honcstl f differ from us, oraeainstany whom wo h ipe to convince. Nor is- it profitable to denounce oven obdurate and palpable rog 10.1, except whore the public (jnod their exposure. Toliosnri. iniquity abounds, nien do uwfnlly wicked thoy cheat, steal pot p irjuro themselves in the namo of Go .I. keei hack wages by fniud, buy find sell ono inothor, and serve tho devil with a rolish hut hard words aro not go- ing to euro t lom, though hard words may bo ever no m jch deserved. So don't n vo; stop cursing; hold-back tho anathen as; and don't imagine that your special msiness in the world is to ran poor sinners across the knuckles. _ A man ma bo plain.-earnest, and faith- ful, without ..oing-unkind; hocan tollmen of their fuul s, without twitting he can stand up in irm opposition to ovil-doors. without actii e thopartof an enemy. Wo know it is im possible to win some people. They will mi take your blandestsmilo for hypocrisy; t.ioywill repel every approach of your kind less; and they will load you lo say like o ie we read my lovo they nro my i dvorsarios." But it is better to lot such m m entirely alone, than it is to be after then with sharp sticks. If thoy havo sunk to tho level of vicious brutes t ho nw.ro yot prick them, the more savage they, become and if they havo not sunk to that level, ycur goading may help todriva them down. Be careful 1 if you want to do good don't resort to implements of evil. TSe Millionaire ofXew llievwert. The Now York corrcepondont of tho Charleston C, urier gives tho following cu- rious pirticul irsof tlio millionares of that city Wrn.B. Amor is our richest man; ho inhorilod his wealth. Stophun Whitney, five millions; owos his fortune to epocu- liitiiin in cottf n and the riso in real estate. W. II. nil. four millions; camo of a rirh C-imily, and gaiimd vast incroaso of wealth in the shipping husineas. Jamus Lonnx three. Millions, which ho inherited. Ilio .Into Putir two millions; came, to this t ity as a cabin boy, and grow rich by cnmim rce. Tho Lorilliards, two milliniif; can o from Franco poor, and mildo their hi fortuno ill tho tobacco ami sntiff bus ness. Tho lato Anson G. Pholps, two i lilliong; luarned thu trade of tinner, and nnido a fortiinu in iron and want. ii scat, not a but will.stickito Equiility" to tho death, Petticnats under.such a rule shall bo nothr .frpro to us than trowEors. "All .must gt't wi-ts where thoy can. Vive la liberlc', copper. Alox ui'dur D. Stowart, two mil- lioiiK; now of dry goods place, biignn bu- siness in-a Hi lie fancy -store. Of those who am put ih wn.for u million and a half, Gcorgo Luw hi.gan lifi. an u farm laborer, Corni-litis orbiltas a Boutmaii. John Lnfiirgo assturard to Joseph Bonaparte. Of tlm million irvs.-Jrthius C'ltesturiinin bo- pan lifo at a ji tiriuiyinan tailor, and Potor Cooper; us luo Goorgo Bati- m.ft. Anthon, f hos. AIcLlrat i and aro each stated to posse s u hundred thousand dol- Edwin iajnteil at cimiartur of a million; f is Sidney E. Morse of the Now York Ol letter. William Niblo. it appears, h'ns fu ir hundred thousaiid diii- larn; and Dr. Mott twohundrod 'thousand, liiirninn -.in'pui down at eight" hiindrod thoueund. Bui nott at ono hundred and fifty thohdiind. But perhaps tho most, re- markablii 3tntr; before been wtlrt in plnrp.snd invited In come axamine for to bi convinced of N.B. Efefy description'of Tailoripewillbe, on t .Tins, and Jn Cutting Out done CouKTaiurs Ala general think.1 clandestine courtships aro preludes tn lifo-long.rt'grets. A' young lady should novor jernitt heYaclf to know -or -do any thing uhiuli sho wpiild ho ul'midor aslnim- cd to toll hor moihor.: -gho.Jiaa no Bright to consider ln-rstdf safe, from regret and sorrow except; .whiht she nhides by this rule nnd vol. iiliis 1 how muny are there in this fwitage.who ooniifdi'rthemselTes niero ehildnn hnvo to smile in upon it nmv bo the results pf, tuch courtships, the probability- is that, in most a young. man: would lady, with spect rom the moinunt sho consetitnd to riscoive hie addressee cliin.JostiiiHly. cer-' tain writer the following g'oud point subject: i by u talisman, u I thotlory of tho 'contest roinjins yoiir o (n." Tliu. recipe is no se- crut.pr we mijil t it for private II '8.'n (1 It lifctf an nr jato 01 .tlio otherwise dcd, movftnonts 'ortlio. day. It; crushes oond nrjtiailio (sirnost and 'pat- riotic to bbecuri Icavus thostngo of politics for Itniiy foO-ls; ,tho I'linches and Jndyrt of i )iitine, to .cajier Tlio trick is ciajly .well understood by th the Koiith :and ii '.i; frightens slio tin d.lnto.ncquiesceticeiwith" luinnas.aiidJBini )ar, wiiiuli 'their jtidgmont cannot avoid courtships, nro not! nnly but H fidencM ,of imreuts. They .nre 'in '.every way dif ertwlitnbkv .bceutifts howorer pure pr thn. ctmcralimmt o Oire me thy Swarf How THirr KIU Romans jro notoriously porkj" So thoy si idled every artistic meihv toumproie it to its deli- cacy.' (mnde to a great, variuty of horba. all boiled t fgethe thon tdupped to death, nnd roastoil i'urth had' a still more barUrous method cvf, killing piszy." in order t o 'rettter hU fleah more palatnhle. i .mode of killing was pe- culmrly a spit red hot i loo i iody suf- fered. It to wil tout Even if by this method th t fleah made tender, tbereteaik-nnf or. anil disused j more tmfacdon. 1i wbo pu- _ Vitti FB jrtwtw OMB tbe man who never refuMi to hmJ yo i mtnxtj and the fellow who W tiii_ ji ur sitter: What has boon tho result? At thq breaking up of tho .Legislature A. Barstow dispatched a .number through the northern countifis of Stato expense'to th'p School fiinil of 83 'per day each, ostensibly sotpat nr-appraiso duli'i; ites to the Stato, State Central Cotnmittee; made up! of'Barstow niniij In violation of all ;pa'st, usage -'anil' of ovory feature or pretoncBof justice, call which these agents togjt into tho Stato Convention ns representatives of territory only.' 'Tim Convention m'-jt and it creature of Governor :h'avihcJb'o0'n' thrust into'the chair, by tho order of his- superior, allowed, nineteon'of their s bogus, delegates to vote the of. their every motion to allow tho legal delegates 16 vfito -on the ,lluv- ingwarded .th'ein In, the npx't votuout with an exception or Barstow delegaia Was contested, and to fill every vacancy with1 fawnir.tr and hirnd sycophants.. The aggregate of this illegitimate and fraudulent' infusion was 32 votes, to tha undisputed Barstow strength, gave him being within mm of that great majority his re- tainers brag., so much about. ,'Thi.t one was a simple delegate from Wai wort I, who was "promised support for the ofiha of State Prison Commissioner "for his viite. This is the mannortthat Bantow se jiired a Uia violation ofsvery pretence of "party a forgi d ba- sis of by trampling upon every; recognicad'rulero'f parlinmen- tary eretjr appearance ol Talr- nens'or justice; And STATE wo substitutu tho purtnofs and pomjious vanity of McArthur, with his littloncss and conceit, for tho storting and umlouLtod abilities of C. C. .Slioloa Shall wo tako thu hot-torn pored and passionate McGi.rry and place .liim in control of tlio Si a to Prison whun such n souiid. strong-uiindod, cool, nnd liuimiim nmii hs that worthy old democrat an'd truly honest Giddings is in thu'lield Can wo voto for Win. 11. Smith for Attorney Uonornl, when wo can havo that honest ttnd fearless demo- crat A.W.Randall; in every rorpocta bo tur and ahlur lawyer nnd more worthy mini Let tho honest yeomanry of tho State on- quiroJnto this, and .look at tho character and kind of mon presonlinl, and it will ho impnssiblo for them to mistake their duty to themselves and to thu Stato. In ovnry essuntlnl ipmlity tho so-called Republiejin ticket is infinitely superior to the dutno- cnitic, us-'every olio knows und. admits, who has any honosty about liiml -Thoirns' to tho 'platforms. Our party omlorsos thu Nolinwka !repuul of the- .Missouri. uetj of advocates uiirustrictud in- tumpurance.! This' Is It is a iiuw'foaturH.lUuih, Boor nnd Whis- key in our platform of political principles, and shows to what depredation thuleadnri, brought it. "Thii .Kopubllcnn rcsolutioiis about It; hut leaves the novor perpetrated by ntiy Assembly that over sat in oven revolutionary Not content with legislating into in violation of tho organic, law. of tho not satisfied with iluiij-ing to tho inhabitants and citizen's of Kansas tho constitutional rights of free speech and a froo but boyond nnd abovo all this, thoy now quietly Inform the people that thoy, tho Legislature, will now under- take, to appoint of their own free will and accord the constable, attorneys, tax tton'with tho puoide and their representa- whuro >Is. -it democrucy to vote for n Governor who pledges him- self in advance to'voto.any law tlio peojilo may- pass through' the' legislature, 'on nny niihject, uitlmnt reforonco to the Constitu- tion Is. it di'inoorucy for u Ouvernor to sell [out tlio veto power In advance to.bew atiij whislioy shops If tliat is Dombcra- the people. As 11 Dotnocr.it and nn nnti-Mtdnu Law'-man, I ontur my protest against will not voto fir any man who says In advance hn will nit execute tho .will of the pooplu clearly ,ei- On the' Republi- can candidates occupy tlm 'only 'true' BM! correct the only one th it has any toaturu of dcinncrncy, about it.., my communication' is nun ii extended With your Mossrs. Editors, anil -tii gratify our Know Nothing, friund of -Argus; who JH rinininc n paper OArned by Messri. Barstow T propose, bofore tl o canvass closes, to roviiiHf I lio record (if tlio State at somo length, is 'leisure' permit I, and I would apiirize. him tlmt i lio mutt jnot ,bo nirprizuil if he liearu in Novembrr assessors, and all local officers, not for tho coining year or until an uhietion'.caii.'.ba hold by tho citizens, but for six years from tho present time... President Pibrco ondorsos tho acts of the ICansai Logislaturnji and Democracy of Wisconsin President Piorco. i. IJou.Ait rinus acts of tho Legislature havo entire- ly disfranchised tlio free Biota Ono of those gives lo the county courts tho appnihtmnnt of the uluctlon Thu county courts aroalt prb-nlavsry-' An- oilier-, act .allows any mnn rrffiird to retidence on thf'p'iiynunt of, a. dollar mid tho taking of cert tin This admits all Missouri, or in fact pi'oplp from any where chuil Hut lha various en- nclinetils respecting slavery ;mako felons of all tho'friioHtale men, and thus deprive tliiitn of tho rights 'of citliensMp.': The oaths required tlifiin nro'to support the Kansas hill nnd onforco thii'fiigltlve ila've law, wlilch tmist of them refitVud to Any man may cliallen_oi> voter, and such challenge, tho voter may be required to take these oaths. DEMOCRATIC tho cut time, tlmro are only Ibrotii-Jfor. States having Domocratie These nro Illinois. Ohio imd' ffew Jursor; Herald.' -I Two years ago. Wisconsin J erecteil; ulio supposed) a Dutiiaoralip Oo'rernbr, biit bpforn ho bud (icon in oHIunn yiwr; bofiirf nishud abundant proof by. his corrupt JIOM and bolting propensities, that he drop of Duinncr.itic blood So Wisconsin's State Administration cnntrolleil by a political plfton Crescent.' i o: Quiotly, noighbor of tbo t is the, V. Democratic" capdiduto Stntinel. IMPHOVKMKKT in 'the Ozankee lli nbxt.'a' mnrupoteiit' voice '.than voicb of tho tanner direct from the' PATCH.' Of tne character of large portion of the it not bvamiM to B ienk. Stmtt ardmt Mrthb the serious attention of all turcrs. Ho will coon Ale his patent, and Invention r llf fti iT to examination.; Actual iBT' demonstrato" its ot like growling Blai said Reader remqvett ouly.to prepani the for Elmoro's removal. thnught'the President hare aunt' u' of snldlora to slaughter tbe weol< i crowd i Wcddel looked tipou the Preskbit i. mean Yankee and double-dyed eoward, and siiid if the resolution wiss an Insult tc tboProsidant let The amentitnwt finallv lear-: ing the resolution about tbf original. _ jsW.The larger the school fund, tba ton tbe prison Thurstnn, who was l.on, about tbe 10th Thurstan was Janesrille in should go Cavern has Mftokiwo, wfaieh ia on rtbn ;

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