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   Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 27, 1856, Portage, Wisconsin                               {T {if 5i i; t W V 4 f U i ;-.i__- v jriirs c. i. Calf. r.T.. i r- :trt Jte. JOB PKINTJNG, AT MIR-; On ICK. irpiibliran il'L 11: N'.s. I'OiJTAUK. COLI'MDIA W1S.. 27, jraffssicnal Busings j 'LOOP A. KI: r i _ i V. --I- "1- i' '._'. '_ JL. AI z.t D Hcoi, giiun-ur i of M ui and grc.i: A SE027 SIOSY, Tsc Late X. ILj Suicid.-l.rM 1 Uui. II3griy. lie Pro j_. 01 tj .1 pjrmxi.oi.t I'.-f-uikiK-v i I.  oul no longer, lie not be ait ;in- uw.ii cauiotl ui I -I...-. ..J. .'I which hi but il.iiyland (in p-'.rl) v.ciit for Citn. Mr. Ci.iytou ri.-muii.yd in the ti-1 1037, w huii he retir. d aud by his relative nmj-ai- riut Thow.is Clayton bu: in he lelurni-d ag.iiii, il. Uavard tiii'i-. it bi-e'.s tiij of Litter 'pie of the tountry. .urcu of on to r of i.-d :i uld CO i beforo that, iti u fashionably people, and for him she j placing him in jail, the Sheriff searched Pn centralization, might be perfectly dK- she formed the acquaintance uf u young i enquiries of Alf, from whom he vouli pc-nsed with, as far as the just and ef- man attached to a curtain restaurant iu Jelict nothing- deusi.ite, and resolved-t iicieut operations of the so'.ernuu-nt arc Usoadway that is much fiequeiited by ;irrest him also. As ia usual, befor i ure i ir Ai: L'! Ti. concerned, ve iruuld Swtlttfii Ca.feJerury, the ii'ttl'l. It rood society too well for th.it. vided by a wo- j veil pocket, for which lio gave soinu she did. At this plausible excuse, and the Shcnlf pressed- but lately he j ed to walk him to jail. IU V ausuru 10 lh ueces- eu a CUt lierjlC-' ilis constitution has for some sary for the contwct of its relations with quainiance, and, the women of the house I oner made a desperate effort, broke looso Attorneys and Counselors at law, and Solicitors in Chancery, 1'OKfAiff. l.rji'. Office hi new hlm-k. W. K. DEViITT. Attorney and ut Chmitei-y. and sells ll.-ul lioihotinius li'uisi money. IVrtuge. A '.idy Jo Thj'u it -t 1 L-r t. The partnership e for a hou.e .ele contain some a splciicim mansion Us was left, fa w.w uuut. It A. c. KKTrnnrl [n. j. ii KETCHTTM HARVEY, Attorneys and at Law, and PoKJnrt in Chuncerj-, Fortune Ci'y, Wi-. all business in li'io of :li Columbia surTuimJiug Lumitia. Oilicu in Verandah Block. The "Lines to ALiud" capital The new married husband tue most elegant mansion in ail Of his mother utters his complaint, on discovering that; rans- Tlie honest rustic gazed with as-1 a his wife was formerly a convicted pick-i tonishment on evidences ot wealth it on lt plaved; the country storekeeper cotiirrat- T'J- i ji- ic .1 'ii pohticl hie. Ills persona juiated himself upon the auqui-.r 5 while a bov, stud-' reasonable chance of a small evil. privation, and i to the support i I.T., .1 i with her. He refused. She then pleaded feet, when the prisoner, drawing from its I with him to home with her, as she j concealment his piatul, turned slightly II. II. TETTIBOXE, Jiiritiecojf the Pcwc, Liiti'i and Ckjl'.uutinL' Afft-nt, will ilrart CuctrKtf. A''. U..l'-o en 0111, Jour soulii in C. J. 1'utti- ALYJS B. GENERAL LAl'D AGE XT, PORTAGE, COLfMBIA COCXTY, acomplote abstract of tit.'.- to nil Lunds. C'ity mid Vitiuije in Miid V'ill ut- tund to the and bale uf lioal Estate. j.iiyn-'MiC t t' i.roi.-iir- ir.f; mid locutinii Li.iid OlLco in I.L-.V bliik. GENERAL AGESCY. IT. B. 0. V. aujfjr TrtttiA3Js, Laud and Collecting Agents, pocket OIs'. T a tordcr Ur gtnincsui.il tritle. wiieji tmirtcd, Ton indeed, that lure vtii bliu, lint iiuvcr owned you wore Or my siti1; T prefi-Trfl. T', t.> n-jieiitanre, Bufi.rc. I hafginicrud nynl. 1 you'd Or when with ap, the ivarnitli of J to prove my no iictiuu, limy ti'iilJ I 1 ur_-oil u tnitli Oil one .ilru.idy putt What doctrine does the Republi-! wished to communicate something of j to the left, and discharged a ball through He had .'can party advocate which, in the event'importance to both but he refused body of the who advanced ition at the bar of his State of its success, would justify an attempt' importunities with rudeness. AVounded but a few paces and fell dead. on the stormr sea of'to dissolve the Union Its great lead- at his conduct, she left the ball room and The prisoner brandiahiiijf his pistol upon itioD of a customer; the calculated on an additional patient; while village it and ;ngprinciple to the extension those who knew him in-1 of Slavery over Territory now Free T___uir_ T.f. rrtur- timately were great. In public life, his This was the doctrine of Thomas Jefler- returned to her home. She lay down for about to thi-so who began to assemble. most conspicuous achievement "was the son, in Lis day; of Henry Clay in his 2 o'clock on Sunday morning. :of a retired I month ever j Coffee bad .in 1 i.la Cortland street, but, not noticing him, i she continued her way to the South Fer- J ItP Vtfi j all aCillO emUUl, Ul UtiClUuU lliUllLl II bllUUiU li, UC ilCLfcDUll UUW VVUV.UUCU KAfUhu went on-idm rabl and value, though we think Mr. Clayton yet Millard Fillmore, and others vith ry, and went on one of the boats. It was J ,'was rather the'pabaive than the active! him, declare that if the representative a cold, chilly night; there was no moon, enoujfli to keep him at work i. .__._-_ ..f___j _j .il and How cculd I tliat ivory -vuitrjl Altbouirfi it stole uwuj m_. hci-rt. iiad byuii keid up uue The poor gentleman's_______. (_ _ On PaiMiirirr mv aie exceed-, was don keep nilstters around the tting everything in proper lint when all .principal in its negotiation. suspect' of this doctrine should succeed, the; and when the boat was half way across, that the chief credit of its concoc'.ion is i will not and should not the unfortunate girl, without a cry, threw tko Traitors herself from the stern, and was soon I this was acc.nupli.hed time hung heavily i ___ o. C1Wn aDd jori his Lands. There was nothing rtllcctions' keep kim. all the on fc'! b} hired Landb, in frame, of a mild and unexactins i are t Journal. .j disposit; Hj ingly doleful, but include a cap a pawubroker's Ai.l> IK.-H   I'.iVWEVT OK T iv- j KS. JSxunin.Ltion ntiil jiurfi-utiiiij of Jrupj ttinl i'luts of eminent1 cun-j Ftuntly t.n hand. ill atti-xid t" cl.iiiiid all Uouttfj JLuM'J nndur the late net. i I'. S. furnislial j ohartfe, I .---------------------___________ COLOUI1 COrXTY BASK, t J. T. JjlM.S. IlfLhl.Cilsh'rJ MAMvlSG JIOL'Jl.S: 9 to 13, a.m. 2 to4, p.m. Sii -rt-s do dn A in one pliiee .-eenis el But c bit in tea.' The bar-maid, who could not ewlure her lover, John Day, driver, bsuause he was declares; ilv will never So I Vill UORIS Lcro As I- uu But .-tin li" pt'-.ii'.r- ur_'--1 l.i- With .md -iL'lw. !i-id jfo Tlic lor j did mansion for thu poiuted for all livin i popular however, J aud power were great he did not make many his slaves. our belief tuat the Of her false lover placed upon her breast. tho' thing is anti-English. We -there- j The scene at the grave was painfully im- hes, they lament this l_i.t_i in Kansas as if ___________ _______ be i we shared the loss and the disgrace. seriouslv missed from the Senate, where' shall not, however, bo our tault if the 4 .1. The scene at the grave was painfully im- pressive. The landlady the house, her female companions, a clergyman, the undertaker and his wife, were all that eM-rf Mir.1 i t- T) i i t seriously missea trom tfie Senate, wnere "ot, uu our iaun. n me unaertauer ana nis wiie, were an mat M f- fv bo f ht f !r r countenance was hailed American public fail to see the momen- wcre present. After the reading of the SO Urgt. iae Domes of himself and and eight Irons of this l.unentabk re. i THE STATE jf.iflfsw, S. ilAKBHALL, I'lw't. I L. .T. J. A. ELLIS. Cssli'r. HArtSnAllTTlLSLEY, BANKERS, 3TIL WA S. MAKSIU.LI..----------------CUAELES litLtv, J. A. ICtus. DEATT? on Kf.ston. Xow-Trrtc. Grrat Ijritiiin. (X.C., l.ir-.tli; m -nirit ty ciiit Duei" is excessively amusing.! Ji-mself saw the rich Coffee whirl rapidly by iu his splendid, coach, and was oftca t ed to braak the tenth commandment, and from his -ivajc ends The and although it lias often been quoted, Is, and "in possession of some two or three stanzas bear repeating. Of liisntighbor's riches. Mr. C. and Mr. C. had quarrulU-_d about waijn though j i he was a poor man. Ila had a little i j garden patch where he could labor for j t an hour or two every day, and while p. 13 sweetheart, and went out to I Tlf.s ilsoucl ht: legaid to our political "liiatory, any otliev AVe are not of this'body-was recovered on Tuesday, and' difficulty they could ba prevented from io..u o i Wu ,i0t a great reader. As! option onrsehes, for we cannot recon- j identified by her female companions. A 1 rescuing the prisoner from the officers, a> i- n ti. oilja t lit t .-if c ._i. I, j ftjifj 1 ittf liim oil tllp ter judgment, however, took possession of their minds, and they concluded to submit him to the course of the Jaw. Sheriff Taylor was a man beloved by all. As an officer, he was faithful, ener- getic and efficent. His loss falls heavily upon our citizens, and to his family is expressible bereavment. Stricken down in ihe discharge of his duty, within sight. if his home and with his wife s witness to the deed, makes the stoutest heart quail at ita recollection. SEHIOUS understand that some six or eight Irishman went to the Charlton House, near iho Depot, on lay evening, to an old standing grudge with tto keeper and one of the borders. In the fracas OBO man was shot, and we understand has since died. The cause and circum- stances are not certainly known to us. and we forbear commenting further till we are correctly Rep. he looked up from his leather seat and F.BUKE nd ths Corporal. ISSOLEXCE. jat a distance would suppose that the in-! aj corterra returoed to the city. This" is i Ch .habitants of this city would 3co many iimilar stories We I leave it to its decay and ruin. of metropolis. During threatemngs and seiges, and burnings the American Revolution, the comman- j which it has passed through, has fright-! A GOOD We are kindly per- r of a little squad was orders eocd no one, hurt but few, and filed all milled to copy the following good anec- in a determination to stay and maintain dole from their rihts. letter received ly ftir the f by gentleman of this city, from a has never depreciated, but j brother now in Nebraska. The Yankee repairing The timber the contrary, lias gone on regularly, refurred to is the righf kind of a man on this account! increasing in value, till lots on Massaehu-! to deal with the border ruffians in U10 of the little great man was often street are soiling rapidly at from, Kansas. We do not remember to have self by out-door exercise for the m-doorj heard jn Ur Vocifer8tions-of Heave i S500 to 81000 apice, others would com-; seen Uiis story in print: nr tpnflp 'I Man IVTU. i Uh difficultv, of his trade. Then hia wife! ii.ai Tlu-v I away! tliereshe "oeiSheave, a much higher price, and substan-j A PIGGISH country girl, whose sister married badly, wia You know the the Missourians j ab-jut herself, to tbe noose. "How E ilnff, 'I'j-itl (Viit1 Ae-V.oi-1 j. An'on Dealer in 1-. lr-n. Omkii'sr. i'.ir! -r ..n.' B ist< Ah'l -VaiMifuctuixrt- f Sliw.1 Iruii Varu. j ArtnHti'x JUufirif 3V r j tory apoiogy "T: was a perfect model of a woman, frugal j oScerj miiitarv 6tores are" being erected on: subject all travelers to, who make their j dare you get asked a conan -WordVriv Mr C c-n1 es a eight young I tumc and asked tl.i com-' Out-Ms are wiling in proportion i appearance at any of their ferries, aud j of her, after having bsfore you U.o L- E.OB.CS a .an.iae .Lapbtones were heiny aud robust, and; mander ho not Lold aadi'" distanue from the business center.lask to bo crossed into Kansas. Some! unfortunate example of your sister j some of them old enough to work in the j a aid trom to per lot. A large j since a slab-sided Yankee arrived 1" I choose to make a trial for nn But Lipstone hud fancied, as he i latter, astonished, turned round number of good stone dwellings have [at one of the Northern Missouri landings, r Did you ever see A parcel of pigs run- tlwa jwwthe wealth and show of his neigh- j TX1mn ,lf Md; been erected the p.o.-t season, some of! with a long train of pluudur ui various jning to a trough of hot swill Ithem costing thousands of sol is. By way of testing him, the for-i one sticks in his nose, it scalded, to tLo 
                            

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