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   Independent American (Newspaper) - October 5, 1855, Platteville, Wisconsin                               VOL. I. ,'st avbo thy Country's, God's and Truth's. rirr.i. nuiUY PAGE CHATTERTCN. At ru-tuvillii. (In nt County. Wh, by PLATTEYILLE, One ropy 1 year, in atleanee, Ono rnjiy Ten wuit to HMO Twmit y aunt In addreix, jSf-Jfii SuWripliiiiH tiiken nccom- witli tlm money or 1111 laprraintilitied beyond tliotiluu paid unless ia.no K.VI'KS OK ADVKIITISINO. I I'l-ckn column one vcnrSlS .InionlliM I.', e '.3 iio 1} ear ft.OO. I 35 nnd HIIVIICHX of -I linen or vrar. Koclindditiniml linn Lrjrd m vrrtitemeiitt inserted nt tliu rutes pftxiibed iiy All_ nnd CanU must mid fir in iidrnnrit. Yearly fir jni.l I ,r quarterly. Priming must IM pnid for on Dnoincoa Gnrba. E. rvcnv vAimm- ny URNKIIAI. unn- Mam I'taltrrlft; iiiickr.nr, II r.-i, Main ISAAC XLAUBER, i-cAini is ITM-I.I: AMI MKCY imv noons, AMI )l VIM ei.iiriiixn. _ J'laUev'M; HVit. ISAAC irODOES, I'HUK IS U.Uili CLIa-IILMI, c.vrs, u UK: IH, J'lallevilli; 117.1. MOORE VIRGIN, ITII.IEI 11 IUHIIIH, imnciiBiM, il nil-UK, AM, UKIUUIMM uo. J'laUrviite. DeSOTO HOUSE, Corner of .Wuin.and Grer.n tilrects. [Lato of Virginia Hotel, St. Lmil--.] IIHS JIousu in now finished, furnisli- ed nnd ready for reception of ujj_compnny. It is the lioiinc in the Ii built for n first house nnd bus nil tho cimveiii.-iiceis of the beat Tho rooms nro large nnd elegantly furnished, travelers viMting Gnlcnawill :ind nt the Do Soto a pleasant and agreeable Lome. Galena, April 20, 1855. 29-tf THE OEAU'lioUStT By E. Ji. IIOWAJW... OF Tirir-AMKnicAj, OppoiitcSUamloal Landing and __________' (IAI.KXA, ILCfNOtl BUTLER'S HOTEL, Main Street, Flat'tcvitte, WM. IJt-rtun, FnqrniCToii. HAVING purchased and fitlud up tbo stand recently known as "ATWOOD'S would respectfully auk. for slmre of public iiatronngc. His rooms nre largo and airy nnd in !Very department the intention will bo to con- jii It tho comfort and wishes ol his patrons.__ "Jowl Stables and atteiitivoOstlci-salwnysroady. N. It. by the day or week furnished with all -necessary conveniencie i nt rciwonnlde 'c_'-_____' Onr Howe. Eirth m'ay boast her ruined eccnca Of beauty, rich and HOThonrds of "Wealth and glitfriiigKcni 1 lint sparklu'cyiirvwhcre But Bteercd by fortunes liand alonjj, hichuver wiiy I roam, I nnd no spot so dear to mo- It 5i not hard to gather 'friends to Filfnilsfor n day, but frioiuls in nnmo, Unliku the ncnr nnd clear; Tlio cherished fow who clufcter round..... The old sent. Where tired of nil Iliu cares of Hfu, Wo rest our weary feet. Tie bcart will'own no intorcorirso "With flntterliig Bniiln and word, Bet turns to a nioro Denial plnco "WhereXov'e'SBoft.tones nro heard; A aiother'gsmilefiaro not father's leBsoim kind-i- 9 -_ Such love and kindnew wo may search 'L'ho world in vain to find. Deaf Ilntno I may wander far, I.nil trarenw) land nnd Ken, KE1HLER OLEM1HONS, (IOOIM I: AM. KIMIH OK liny .I.MI Hill ,tr. II'M. 1'i.nri.viii.r, CUKGEON HA-S'IMIAX, VtVt'ONKM. ml ill hit EATING HO.UfiE, Corner of .Mineral tind S.-cond tls., I'l.ATTI'.VIM.B, Wit. T. H. HUtm.L. Proprii'tor. HAVKN'C litiud iiirifcubiiildiin: at the nbovo _ location, fur n first clrow.Kakcry, tlio im- diTMigned would inform tho' faiiilics of I'laltu- villu i mid vicinity, that he to fiiriuxlr- them with brand, cmelti and nil uttieles in this lin FninilieH nt th'iir regularly, or at the IJnkcry, wheiu a fjuiiernl as- Kurtinent will he ahvaj'H kept nn liand. PBT WKDIMNUS, and .1'ARTIES with Cnkex, Hhort notice. .Meals may be obtained nl nil lioino. VhiylS. 33-tf. T. Jll'CfllVL.' Tiimi'lt over bo the dearest spot In this wido world to me, I'll not forget those cherished O'lm constant and the true, Who shared my early circs and joys, Though often finding new. sdVc. A Maid reclined bcsido a stream At fall of snmmerday. And, hitlf-awakuand half-ndreani, She watched the ripples' play, Slu marked the waters' fall and heave, ,1 ho deepening shadows throng; And heard, as darkened down the eve, '1 he river's babbling King. And t'nw it Ming with twinkling tongue, That rippling shmlowy "Yi inh's brightest day will ftule away, Forever and past, the moon nt last Hoseibroiidly o'er the night; Eacli ripple gleams beneath her beams As wrought in silver bright. The heaving waters glide nurnir, 'Hut miiigling with their voice, supplied The nightingale now pours his song, A iid makes tho ehndcs rejoice. And thus hu sung, with tuneful tongue, That bird bcsido the "Wl.c'n youth is gone, true lovouliines oil Forever and'forever 1" FrciTi tho J 'adison falriot. [Dem.] Another Volte 'mm lite "Potato'e Pitch.') The Evnitic taylum and what it teat.' On tho 20th f March, 11354. tho Logis-' Inturo of tliis S ate passed and tho Gover- nor '.'An act to- a SUto Lunatic s Vsylutn." Tho provisions of tho bill wen not dissimilar from other billn of tho kin. passed in othor States __ Soc 4 oIlowB "See. 4; Si cli building shall .bo: con- structed in ace irdanco with the plan of tlio Wortoitor isyluin for tho Insane, as 'rrceammnultd lit the Committee in' tlieir re- port In tin- Seni tc. Provided, Tliat said Commissioners' hall havo power" to umko any nltorutions, thoy may .think nu- ccssiry, and w iich materially change sdtil plat or increase tKe eott of said luHding.'' i 'ivr TJio coimnittc 3 bera alluded to was com- posed of.D. S. and Chan'. A. o, and tlioii- npprt Was mado to tho Sol ato on the 2d; day of March procoedii g-tho passage of 'tho bill. They reported iii favor of tho plan of. -the Worcester lusan i Asylum, mid. to carry it out, also the bill itself from which section 4 is takbn. The the" total or- pcnco of woi k as (See report on Lunntio Asyli "Your Committc i aided ;by a eontleman of this town y'ell acq minted with building.havo nmilo nn eitinmto of the expenses of erecting nn Asylum in this State, njion-tho plan of, that at with he following result Excavation and ning collar including whole 9750 48'75 KIXO, DENTIST, UIIOVH ovr.it Tin: ,M III, n-ill, MIV .if Or. .John lloviins, DR. WM. LOY, IMTYSI nucK en o Tlmv ii'ih-4 u-i-xt of Xi-w California. DR. DEPPEiVBACHEIV, ICIJM A Nr P f IYSIO IAN. Over the Ojier, W. n. mJltKK WOULD TO II. I'. fe. I1 M., In- mav 1m found at lint pr< fi-Hxioiud I. l In Ifa inn tif C'xlinncl. 00 '1.000 00 l.liflO 00 300 00 00 300 00 '.fiOOOO 00 J. 000 00 00 350 00 he in n to furnish id] who imiy dcxiro iijuriiL-rrcotyiicH llavini; JUKI mMiliniiii!   AIID.ST, roHHltt H'l'lcVIIKIH. 11. 1HJUTJ3UT, run run Milwaukee Mutual Tire Insurance Co. JVO. H. EOITNTEEE, AOKNT I ('It THE jETJTA INSURANCE CO, TAtta iti.tKa AS rpIII.SOimrany not oven felt A whili many iitlio.-coiniHinieMlmvefail- and not able to niiy part nf their linn jraiil nil promptly. w. i. witiu. J. A. SMJ.KII W. W1LLHS GO. Tha. Gortlon. WHOI.ESAM3 OUOCUHH ANIl Coainitaion. M erchants, AV M Street, Galnia, III. IinKAfArViV C. GllOTE, AT TIIC Miueoda Ware Booms, EEfH Ktaiit mi Kind or manufactures iinfc-r U-dMcnd-t. rbairn. InbleH nnd ev- Cabimit Kiirnitnru. All otders utni with nmt 9tb, MICKS SPE WOl' M) Mjieetfiilly inl'oria Hie citizens of I'lattevilleand Miuriiiiinlinfc conntrv. that Ibcy have opened a-.luwelery Stoie. on 'Maine Street, opposite J. T. Unncock'txiM where' Ihry oll'ei fur Kile n choice aflMirknijiil of Clocks, WntehcH.Jewclory, filrorand plnti d ware, pock- et cutlery, portinonnnies, HjiectacleH, faiiH, nc- cordcoiiH. cnseH, violin Hiring! .nnd in Hhort, a funeral niwortinunt of usually found in Miii'h an uhtablishineiit. Onu of the firm being an oxp'ciiunoid work- man, they Iliitler theniKelvcs, ihnt they will be able tc all kinds of work iir tin irlimiof lius- iiiesH, in a inaiinur that will f-ivo (je'ienil Knlixfnc- tion.andhojieliy punctuality nmU'.rict attention to tmdi-.thnt will hint, not for n day only, but for yean to come, ax they intend making this their "permanent loca- tion. _ The public lire respectfully invited to call, give them n trial, and judpu for AH kind.s of repairing ncntly, nnd promptly done. Silver v.'nre, Jewelry itc., neatly nmrked. H. 1'. MICKS. J. L. Juno 22d, B, F. WTNE, WATCMLiXiK AKD JEWELER, .Sfr HA3 KOH H and Je .e. iMhufinir breant wkidi he olfen nn tboiiMintreaHoiiiiblo and Jewelry rc- Miticc. J 12-ly. ud Maatua Makers K. F. iUJRl'lIV, AND llj. M. Jl. lIUUNd take thin of informing Iho Ladial of via rtlKUCIIANT TAILOR. fplIK hereby rcturim J.liil. JL thanks for tho very litii ml pnt-JLL ronagn hcrclnfoio bestowed nponliimniulwoiild nniioiince to tho citizens of VII.LK and tho surrounding country, that ho IUIH greatly enlarged bin bunincps; having procured n large Block of nil kinds of CI.OTIIIN.I, nnd n fine of different kinds of OLOTIIH, CARHiMiinrx, Ac. All big goods nro new and in tho very Latent Stvlc. lie would also Bay, that his gooilswillbcfiold cheaper tlmn Himilnr ones have ever before been Hold in this nil nro invited to come nnd uxnminu for themselves to bo convinced of it. JT.Hi Every description of Tailoring will bo d'inr nshuretofore, on reasonable tt nnd in thclwst tnnnner. Cutting Out done on short JOHN N EIIIAUS. Platloville Oct. I4th 185-1, ffWl K' i A heretofore existing between Calvin RusDulI___________ .and C. J.'Wannoinnki-r linviug been ilihsulveil.llic undersigned would ro.pectfully in- form his old friends mill ns niaiiy now oncHUH can imikeit to their interest to grtc him n call, that lie still continues the liusincn nt tho old stand in nil its various braiichcR. theiakor'est notice. All work vt-arniiitoil ami orders fr  I-1 W April 35th, 1655. -jo'-tf a Utllc. .In thc'crowdod streets of n proat city, whuru inultittidcs nro passing in opposito diroclioiiB, wliilo BOIIIO aro grossing ob- liqiiuly, nnd others nt right it is necessary for -every ono to give way n litr tlo to tliono ho inoutu; by which menus thoy will hayon froo passago. AVoro tho wholo laultitndo without any one's yielding an inch "of gvoiind to anybody .else, all would bo ob- structed inot-o or fuss, and confusion must cnsuo. Or, if n cburliEh irulividu.-il sho'd tnko it into his head to ninrcli forwnrd in a straight lino, und in no make way for man, woman or child, nor oven fora pro- cession, ho would bo suro to jostlo against BOIHO ono or other, nt almost ovory stop, nnd would receive many nn insult, nnd perhaps hard blows, for his obstinacy mid impiidonco. And i cry much BO is it in our journey through'life, nnd with respect to our gen- eral intnrcourso'with mankind. In tho march of life no one's path is so clear, ns not in soin'o dogroo to cross another's nnd if each is determined, with unyielding ftiirdincis, to keep bis own lino, it is im- poEBiblo''but ho must giro and rceeivo ninny n rude shock. In society, in noigh- borhoodr, and oven among closo friondp, tboro Avillspringup rivalries, nnd bosomo- tilnnh, n ditt'oroncu' of ojiinion, mid if nil woro inntunlly obstinate, tliero could bo no bounds or end to contention. by tho of niutiml social liirinony is prpsorvod, and rlie pluasurci, of society enjoyed. Courtesy of nmnnors is the congruous drnpory of n bcnorolcnt mind, nnd is both seemly nnd pleasing nt nil times, and in every rotation of life. Nor docs it need any laborious study to attain it. A groat part of tlio essence of courtesy, or of gen- uine politeness is expressed in thcso three words, Never prefer yoursolf." IIOW TO MEND A CHAIN tho chain parts, it is difficult getting ono over tbo lower pulley and up tho other sida un- less you take up the pump to do it: Tako a strong string of sufficient length to tho bottom of tho lower pul- loy to tho surface of tho wator in tho woll a cork to tho end of it and tho other to the chain. Then, winding tho string around the cork, put it into the tubo and lot tho chain follow it down. As soon ns it is down under tho pulley tiio cork- will riso to tho water in tno well, from which, it may Lc hooked up.; Tlio chain will be liaulcd by tho string, and tho two onds may bo fiistoiiod together in the usual way. .AWAIIDBTOAMERICASS A'T TUB PARIS Es- Paris corroEpondont of tho Now York.jfViiiine states i that the Juries of tho Eihibitton have about finished thoir labors, .nnd tho following tiwiirds aro re- ported to have been mado to To McCormick's renpcr, a gold modal; to Mnnny and Atkins' reapers, a. silver medal; Bowing- machine, tho highest premium sowing-machincs; to Itich- mond'g boilor-lron cutting'mnchino, n'sil- Tor modal; to Co.'s pianos, a sil- Vor toFowler n silver nodal (tbo highest on to Pitt's threshing-machine, n gold modal. ;your bedsteads frequently, with camphorated brandy. Keep chloride of lime Dinstantly at hand." .Havo a fire in your betl-room from time to time, nnd burn somii vinegar on a rod-hot iron plate. Have your ovory not your 'children, upon sweoti, b! icuita, or muciUgcs. Thoy food not themj but ascaridos, parasites instead.' AK Oui CASDIDATS TboWjublnjtton correspondent of the St. IXMU'S .RqiKWicun, says that' James fiuch- aitan, oun Minis tor to'Knglnnd, is a. suitor for tlto band of widow :of Ex-l'roeklftut Polk. He visits Nashville tioxt pursuit of tliBtfoirobjoct. Tho oldest yicltl, wbau the right woman is met. foii'ndatioii and t wr Bteps V Stone-work TimlKir Iloarils Shingles Doors nnd window! Nnila, d'lor-hinges- ind'triinmiiiga I'laStCtillg .I- i Caipc'itiT nnd joim r work Furnaces.: -f Cast iion caioincnb fainting .Total .Thp nbove cMtimn o may iiotlw entirely cor- rect garlic ilnr.Airf committee are eniyitlctit the Ktjtcntei will not exceed the above et- tintnte. With thin iinde standing the bill passed Soc. 12 appropria.ing for tho pur-' pose of .defray the oxponsos incurrod under tho jirovisii ns of this act." TliU.wos. tho L inutio Asylum ordered by Inxv. Lot us t ow sod Bars- tow and hU notni Vit- tum, Smnboi-ii and to do'. On.or ab'unt tin ,lstof AprilJlHM, a no- tico w.-is published in tho papors inviting proponuls fjr btii iling bo opono'l on Ibo 201 I day of S.'J) j' pliin.i ilnii "spi'cilUM- tiona to bo q hibitod at tbo oflico of Dr. G. It.' McL'a'i o, 'Suporintcndont, in Madison, on nnd iftcr tiio 20th day of Soptoiubor. "Kdwnrd fohn AVolch, Jns. Livsey nnd Biihj. .Tndkfns mechanics nnd tnnstcr builclors in Madis m, swear tlmt thoy in- tended to bid on t io thoy call- ed Eovrjral times n, tho oflieo to soo-tho plans ]irior to Oct. "Otli and wore informed that noiio sncli ha I been received thoro. Chai-les G. Mayi rs.'ngont of tho Aniori- can Kjpri'ss comp: ny in Mndisnn, swears that lin delivered t io tin cnso containg tho plans ice., to tho Suporiiitondont on tho day of Octob -r. "Several othur w tnessos mndo applica- tions; to bid as 1: to ns tho 30lh, but saw neither plan nor BJ Deifications! S. 'iniibor i swears (p. 81) that tho proposal of Andro1' Proudfit "wns oponod November 1st, at about 11 o'clock at and Dr. 5 "cLnnp, that "the con- tract witli Mr. I'ri'iidlit' was entered int'o 'with tl.o advicontn consent of tlio Gover- nor, who teas prrt 'nt ichen tha hide were ns wim also 15. Tho bid of And-ow who was' then residing 'at Vaiipun, sixty miles dis- tant, is dated days be- fore the- pltin and s, tecte recei- ved nt (Sue pages 152 and Ifi3.) Tho following n-o tho main itonn of that with tiio Birorn esti- mate of O. W. My; aft nnd A. A. Uinl.Ar- cliitccti employed ay tho Legislature to cstimale'tho work-- Madisen Bid. price. For nil rarth nn per yd. cts. 15 nick n lulililu ior nitjli mn- eonry pel perch i ul stone nry brick in work lorlOOO imn per 1 'vrouglit i i locks, naih Iwlts 13 16 75 8 13 85 75 ncrowg.rper gr JHittsj'Crdozi i pair 7 6 pino li iiibcr i jr 1000 oak Jnthinf andpl gtering perynnl 50- 23 Cross tin fur roof per foot 25 13 Paintinf; ninin biiitdil each wing GGO.OO For all glass per box i Joiner flork 01 niainl iilding c'nch w ng Eitra itiniioi nninl Hiding T ing This" was the Prr udfit bid, contraatod an far as can bo, in tin 'lump it was put Let us look 'it son 6 of tho sworn results arrived'at ly tho architects (see'pages from 51 to Oil) afto a full and careful ex- amination. rroudfit Mailison ContracL' Price. 12G4 yaitls excavation for cellar' A112 40' 4189 GO G5 JDZ. butts, t 195 00 65 cross screws 130 00 50 boxes glass i i 475 00 But this is enough for a sample It .is taken from tho estimate on tiie matt Luilil- only. s xKuch of tlio 12 wingi showed tho samo proportion in all rospecti. Tho aggrogato.arrivod'at is that tho total cost of, tho wholo npoti tho constrnctiai: of'Mr. Proudftt would bo 40, nt the usual paid horo it would only cost 02 and afford a largo margin for profit at that. But this "construction" was put hi after tho examination, commen- ced. A. A. .Bird, olio of tho arc ntucts, swears (pago 103J that under the c intnict as it reads tho gum of 00 should bo a grand total of And this .was tho Governor's contract for an of which th'o'pro'ee'd- tng legislature had fixed by law nt a total of 1 f -In hia annual-moasngn the Oovornor with perfect knowlodgo of tho stupendous of tho 00 ap- propriated as evidently' only iutcndod to pay tho expenses of corinnoiiciiig t ConitnissionorB veriftod 'his position by auditing and paying dacli.'othors .bills us follows, for'thoir ynlu'ab'lo sorvlces the first season: McLano, Sl.COd 00 S. G. Hugh, 00 D. S. Vittum, 05fi 00 -A. S.rSanborri, 75' Tho quostio'n naturally arises, did or not Win. A. Barstow, w lion ho vras.prusoiit'aiid assisted to open this bid .hoar tho hour of midnight on tho let of Xovoinber when, ho, saw tho .priciia th'oro fixed, for work and ftnbi'o that it -vas a fraudulent'operation 1. Did ho, or did ho not know that this proposed Asylum would plunge tho State thousands of dolliirs in debt if _tho dpno as ho coiitiacted .Did ho or did "he not know when ho urged.the Logislaturo to soil the s'vuuip lands'and apply" the proceeds to build it, that it would swindle tho State clo in of aboutall interest in thoso Finally if ho ho .awarded the contract io Proudfit, and had no personal interest in it himself, how came, he ti> veto the bill'annulling it when, the fact uii.i dis- covered -ittid the fraud discovered.' .Facts speak louder than'words, anil if tlioy moan uiiythiiig, they show that AVm. A.. Barstow. and Androxv, Proudfit.were .partnors in this arrangement to 'bankrupt or plunder it of. its swamp lands. Is such u man fit to'bo Oororiibr This praud odifice, designed to clonn out the public trcasnry, was to bo oy'or foot in.Iongth, ano; to covor ovor tVvo ofhground 1, The difForcnco betn-opij prices, was to 'The ditlor- onco between its cost and "the structure ordered by )nw wns to bo 12 11 Farmers of is a inin- plu of Gov. Barstow for you. It is no gossip workl Those facts nro from tho publio records of the State, sworn to by n groat numbor of c rod- iblo witnesses. Uov. Uarslow has dochtr- od to nt least ono person lately, tlmS ho yot approves and endorses tin's procooJing and that if elected ho intonds to USD ovory' effort to havo tho confirm it. Ho not humbugged by any clamor nhottt Mnino'Lawsjor any stieli trumpery. Thoy nru moro sidn and fatso issues to di- rect attention from tlio real one. Do you think tho contractor would not spend 000 to ro-olect BaratoW'and secure tlto next logisluturo Do you doubt tlmt ho could nJTord it! His agents aro already canvassing among you, and using money- without stint to accomplish thisond. Ko- ly upon it, tho Lunatio Asylum contra :t is a real issue in this contest, and act accord- ingly. If, that fraud is finally consumnin- tod or recognized by legislative action tho bo bankrupt for twenty ycats to coino. By the nomination of A. W. llan- Usq., for tho ofllco of Attorney GOD-; oral, tho quostion is directly you, to repudiate tho swindle, by supporting him, or endorse it by voting the llarstow Tho Madison Democrat, :which sots tho tune for. all JJarstow organs of tho State, is just'now laboring diligently to reconcile the leaders of its party to tlio support of.tho "BnrstoW mid Itnlnm e" ticket. As tho. peculiar platform adopted by tho Convention is a block" in tlm way of many sincere Mndison organ thus consider.-, and disi'O- sospf "The other objection to tho Dnmocra'-io ticket is tho platform on which it .stands: o hnvo not o'ursolvcs any groat satiafue- tion with its terms. !It was not, happily expressed it placod the convention-'In ralso. position; and ifc-was ns most con- failure., For iiistttiice, it endorsed the Baltimore platform of'18.VJ. Xow tiio very'lettor. spirit and aim of that platform w.ta io for- ovor'nuiot tho agitation of slavery." Every act which has rp-oponed agitation has bonn In contravoiition to that platform. Tlio intent of th'o Nebraska bill'was'to" carry it into tho results which have grown out of that bill Imsnddod now fuel inroad of border, rufllans ions of ___ violent overthrow of sovereignty; whic-h lias followed tho very- design of which was to establish it, nnd tho romov.il of those acts Imvo boon direct- ly contrary to the letter nnd spirits of the Baltimore platform. Yet tho Convention wliilo endorsing tho platform, adopted a resolution which baa been, anil perhaps, rightly canttnird into tin endorstil of acts in violation of far as President Piorco's administration is rosponeiblo ft r them.... Hero was n. contradiction in tbo platform itself. Therti nro othp'r things in it equally ierong. But pro- pose upon tho "wliilo supporting the candidntea. It was adopt- ed an u measure of compromise nnd roi-- know how little 'platforms m these tlttys mean, and wo yield so much to tho feelings of othoru gladly na tee Words I'illv.Spokrn. Tho Vorsar, an ably'conductpd. German per, piiblishedjn, this cltr, ;iti _..u w----KI v VI4 UUl tlUl FU1 frorn'MiBsou'ri; tho armed iiaurpatio Stringfollow rind Ills hordes, tho vl nee. Will you have-Randall or the Asy- lum Answer at the -polls.' P. I C801 peiches nibble w -rk 2J.483 60 00 27 Oercb cut h- yi perch cat tr h- dOW8.il JC J 5G2 cut, Gtono for 100ft cit store for s fe, '-Ac. ;i' t SSpeich cutstonofort ir- new s i.' 177.500 11.034 ymls liJ 445 50 ,.223 50 00 100 00'' ydi.dimfeaing fit m Ac. J' tin fof roof 14.0101blwroiBht ins Us cast 907 50 975 00 (W 00 04J 3.069. 52 407 68 148 00 81 8.09S 50 40" 00' 3.191 2515 40 20 40 50 Why We Don't Support ottr State Ticket. Wo do iiotsupporttho Democratic SAto Ticket (so called) bocaiiso wo do not :'oc- ognizo. tho validity of its -wo do notrocognizo the right of elective fi-nn- chiso in delogntcs unless they were elected by tlio people und resided nnioiig tho reo- plo they represented we do not rccosnizo tho right in a vote vote lobby to assist in sustaining the chair in decisions that no former. precedent ctm bo found to wo do not recognlzo" tho right of a convention and lobby together to sul 6ti- tuto who were all, right on the goosa in tliu place of absent Jos. If wo. profess Democracy, we profess 1. pn- esty and wo do not think, wo are 'sac- rificing any Democratic principles to speak out on such questions as this. Wel'mnly believe, .that hod tho convention been (air- ly .managed, 'the. result would havo entirely dilfaront, and would have secured the entire; support of the party." -Tl era are Tctentn Democrats -iu Jctfurion Coun- ty; who have liattled Ions and br.ivoU: in the ranks, tcAo trill .not: mly rtfase  to judgo and free enough ti> stand by his opinion, innpito of old prejudices, will nrri'ii at tho convic- tion that joining tho Uopublicnn Party is nn ahsotiile .Whoever Ju'tlges justly and knows no; other Interest thin that of Freedom, .mint bucomb'tho ally of tho Hopublicaim. Wlion wo, raise our voico. openly nnd for tho lican wo. will not tiocuro any tn.ito- rinl interest, or gut an oflieo, or gain any- thing else., Only tho firm conviction Icadi us that tho policy of the Itopubllcnn Par- ty, in cothpafison with that nf tho cratic Party, is tho nearer right, and that, tho Hcpublicaii Party offers more than tho Democratic, n 'guarantee for Freedom gen- erally, for tho honor of tho Northern States aiid for tho trite welfare of adopted citizens." ,-.5 "J -t Jlr. DomsBhko, thb Odiiorof .the Coring is fnitliful to his .convictions and nobly. maintains the stand ho assumed a year since for tho cause of human liberty, oqn.il rights, nnd republican Wq trust that the friends of, tlto. good canso throughout the Statp will take prompt measures to circulate tho Coruir fur nnd wido among. our adopted follow-citiions of German Tho Barstow jug- glers are making every effort" to" do'coivd this class of voters as to tho isiiipj" iiivolv7 ed in tho canvass, and to projudico nuJ poison thair minds tigainst tlio liopublican nominees. The Corear furnishes the an- tidoto to this poieon. Let it be scattoted broadcast through tbo Stnto, and the or, tho .Milwaukee Sentinel. Frankly and Trnlj Said.' Tho Apploton Crescent, known nnd wido-nwako democratic speaki thus truthfully nnd frankly, in a lato silo, of tho Hupubllcau Cunrontion and nominations: Tlio Con'rahtto'h wns tho yctlieM in 'JH aint a tliousnnd or moro spc-ct'ilors from dil- foront portions of tliu SliUo, vmy.vamynt them known niul.tlccidod JJumocratS, wliij huro lioconlt) with till) Hthpoii- ilous fruud'nnd corruption of tint- pronmit Stuto- Admlilistrutioii, who vviiro mix ion's to RCO moil of nior- id and political 'integrity tint tho party which is nominally opposed to it, nnd whiuli bids fnir to carry Wisceiisiri ui tho .November In ntteit- dnnce. r Although tho contest for tho nominii- tion wag in tho main earnest and ipirltod. tho Hepublicang had n decided i over tho School Land Conrontion, iti thiit, thoy wi-i'o not bought und paid for, .dinlj own oil by u gang iif plunderers' who do-' ridi) virtue as obsolete nnd cncourago us pralouvrortliy. So wo nro cotnpollud to' admit tlmt tlio liepublicnn tickot h'tlii-' strongest injmint of cliiiniclri; Jitneti, and- personal of any yet nominatetl in our is title. Tlmt in just tho truth, and it romniiu for Tun I'Koi'i.B of Wiscniisiii to eny, whother this ticket slinll not succooil orar thonoiu- inocs of tho Bnrtttovr 1C. X. 'nnd Land Grabbers' Golivohtioti. .1 Frniit .ivowiil. The Stovoiis Point. I'inerit, n staunch party paper, which runs up the "jtarstoiv" ticket, not that it likes it, but it is tho State to conler with.tonchors upon tho the coolly spco- subjcct. ,tho Association was or-- ulato ns to its chaimo of siVccess gnnlzod, ho wns chosen Presidont, which: Tlmro is another ollice with honor to himself, mid Sammyisiu, 
                            

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