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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
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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