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   Prescott Transcript, The (Newspaper) - February 18, 1860, Prescott, Wisconsin                               K. VOl Eilttcr. PAPEH OPJ THE i Mr. Spencer stands far above any sus- present administration, asserted, how j at the end of tho year they would have; The third thug and hence beyond the ve'ach of far a foreigner, when he takes the oulh j nothing to live on and yet infidelity Clapp, lany prejudicial influence both as a man allegiance, is icK-aswl from his Eu- that this is all mas made stuff. -mrf a- n Mnrlirl.to Ic nOW :'PPearS' n'T 1 But this is not nil. we hear them charg- i and as a candidate. fr.u motW nnrr.v that: f not to reap the corners ol their fields, or on btisi- i to leave for the stranger, not to strike. twice not to glean tho nly- vincvard. not to eat of tho orchard for t master, it now appears, iron, jg the ilccisicns of this motley party, that: Let us then. Republicans of this the i jf a naturalized citizen returns to his j Banner us respond to the i native country, on a visit. j voice of the convention by an his m.s-er the right to the dive tree Sat. i1 eo. lo. J e Ifm-cehitn into the ranks of the ra -fl ,n, condor, .f.LoTK.x-lprity fur THEODORE G SPENCER to ,hc ZlA. ,1le four vears af.cr it beg.us to bear. fle; ,.u 2oO votes We can do it if we will try Off aii political debt, by taking: to exclaim. una-ss they trust-1 a.i to u >i and we da.re all the other counties in the eif.ating Fun.iiy District Io bring up an equal majority. till- pai the oath of allegiance to tlie United Spencer, Hamphrey, Pierce, The fourth Clapp, Spencer, Humphrey, Pierce. 12 n tho interfoi-cncc cf Heaven, sure The fifth an.1 final ballot stood ihua tates, whiuh tin; tsiotiey p.-irty stirren-. if ever-a people wore to work and! osed without an effort !cr their prot.c .Q j no tion Spencer, 15 What say you, fursigricrs. or Clay liL'rc is the instance. WISCONSIN STATE Ex- IT-w. Dative Committee of the Wisconsin j corruption enough to deml tint all the promises.'or Agricultural Society have located i [nukg man in ;he for- inga all tl-e denu'nciafiun- ILfclAfuIiv rct-tivcd, .Ail i__. _ C I have ofte n won-! or threaten ns of Mo- i ttUX WU U.HI.K1U1JV rCftlVf'J, .111 1 TV O State Fa ir at Madison, for ttie jcars swear the Democratic for, vcr, or.' S05 01. Of ever'made i Spencer b ...r. isGO and 1SC1, commencing on Mon- at loast. till its whole character and in-; n> nomin-tted tint tare slvill have been created aiic-w 1 .1 ujue ui IUILS; Elghtk Judicial 1 This party remimWl, ,3e of lor almost all i -narks, stati Humphrey, jj Pierce. 3 Moved by Mr. Gibson, that-Mr. be declared unrianimo.usly r and from one of the hill towns in this M teaching in Virginia. After the Joho Brown affair, notice was given that ihe could not have any of her let- ters at the P. 0 until they hud been and read in the presence of witnesses to ace if they contained and "incendiary Postmaster looked at her a moment. thai she meant what she said, and Cirrcitii. THEODORE C. SPEHCER, Of Claire County. ng that he believed althongh of jja! ,vho eomreandecl tbcii'property they could possibly ac-iMr. Spencer was not the first choice of upon which to hold the Fairs. S: citizens of Madison will pay into Treasury of the Society, for the first j hi year and for the second j and worship a golden which ft permuted no unholy i and to furnish, free of charge, grounds i he had set up. This cjmmutidment was curitrarv to the second commamlineDt. snd owervar cmnj.ur.ioua to fill quire. It ealied for no licentious revs Id Hudson as candidate for Judge, yet lie indulgences j believed that they would all shake hands money to be paid previous to ihe first of i and the disciples refused to obey i Hltttc Courcntian. xiii u- the feeptembcr m each year. -Jni-fliy, th- JOIh ofl-'tbriiary, M., to .Iclfi'.itL'ri frniji tbe i ti> Vv at on tllo IBili of ituw ocxt to two lor .luetor. fjr thr to stlopt KUCli actiua as hd-. js.-ibu- in lien-of tho '.'liivf 01 Court of the Stato tilbng-ht oalcuUtvd to Llie of the parly 80 it is with this Democratic urally j party. It too. hii.t its image, or j and commands the people, to fall down land worship it. or thov will dissolvu thi- Union the think sis did which eiise-lovin.1 and sensual man nat- i his election. nee of that j with him, and do all in their power for They did not. wish to re-i Mr. Spencer was called upon and WASHINQTON, Jan. 28, TBUB YANKEE GRIT.-A youi The events in the House, yesterday, on the vote for S instruction the most intense confusion. The great fcene never be forgot- ten by tbe immense concourse of anx- ious lookers on who had the good fortune She immediately went to the to witness. office and demanded that her letters Just at a time when the. pjice' power- I should be delivered to her ful Know "Nbthinji party" was last] '--'--J Icgs.and about to draw its lust breath and give u'p tha ghoat, with but twenty-three i delivered her letters.to her. She representatiaivcs on the floor of the i lemams there teaching, unmolested, but the dictatorial, arrogant, brag- j saves her fro m a coat of tar nnd js ln.lt j.j a Greenfield Gazette. PBOYIDCXCE, R I. FEU 10. It was announced here this umriiin" that the R. I. Exchange Batik at East Greenwich bad failed, and (he Cashier n defaulter lo the amount of 000 The Capita! is and circui-uion Ho is also a defaulter to the Savings Bank, in the same town which he is treasurer, to the amount of lie has lost money in stock disuniofi, fire .eating Democracy, famous an.i furious in its terrible denun- eiations Nothing pirty .and its principles, everywhere, in all sections Mr, Gibson made some re- of the down on its marrow- bones.in the persons of ninety of its rep- resentativea.Hnd srjplica.ted.the American or Know.Nothing parly, .with all its dark-lantern to suffer the once boastful- Democracy- to yieW ap tta own candidates and' unite 'with the Know Nothings in voting'and helping them to elect, if possible, one of their own PKESCOTX. F.-b., llth I860. To the Editor of the m A correspondent from Ohio makes Shadrack and hw that this coiiiinund is iliu .cosmnainl u oppoiitiou tu the !SD ri-fus-e to obey A CLAY WHIG. s. .ceiveit, auil they sought to cs'c'npe I some remarks, thanking the Con- i to the.Speakership! Oh it- was i ___ I.'. '__ Tr-V spc-cuhuions. The assets of the Bank par y-of the fiictron of.fwenty nm fill. nf to contend the following inquiry third down and the balance in two annual payrn'-n'.i couid a quarter session of land be uicilt' tlial li tins di-fotii; cuiiin.a Judicial .District RFVER but. thev had a GoJ vcnlion for the honor of the nomination, I sight. What a falling off was there, i referring to those who knew him in re- j country, when the nipcty unwaver- Know Nothing haters. fire-caters, Northern'dough facts, includir.g John Cochrune, Val (are ample for the redemption of its cir- culation and the holders of hills 'ought to sacrifice. WM. -a ST P. F. gart! to his ability and qualifications for I Convantioa. the position. Mr. Humphrey was called upon and -February ]5. iseb! s said that when ho came here he sup- landingham. Cox. Eoglish and Larrabce all fell down upon their kneea to the "V __...! -L_ Pursuant to call of the Sena tonal! chances were better than those Know-Nothing party. the nouf tr'jurjiv, county viU t-t- tlu.t Assi.-ln- virly as the i5th of rA.-u.ry. J. W. STCtVAKT. C. F. .-'.Jt.BKlW, MrKW.SO.V, 'J. '.VuBTHlSOTON, A. J. Tl'IiMJR, WM. c. E. W. KKYES, HJiXBY (.'OU.-il.VS, HER.VHARU DOMSCHKK, I.. C, PAI.VE, I CHAS. G. KIN'NEY, JK., cott, with fair 60 or i 80 acres well fenced and under cultiva j tion, and good comfortable house with five or six rooms T' Can anybody tell 1 OLIVER GIBBS, Jr. the Republican delegates tcan just nominated, but is satis- now that Mr. Spencer's chances are MR. EDITOR ___....._ the 8th Judicial Circuit met in Convon- j ami being- called to order by J.is. the best. Though he Didn't get the have son-.etimes B. Gray of Hudson, chairman of tho nomination, lie was going to support it, fallen into company in western coun- Senatorial Convention. j try. with individuals who have attempt-', Organized by calling II. C. Williams ch the of Pepin Co., to the chair, and choos CUAS. I.. F. I-T.ISEY, A. E.BOV.W, Madiwn, Our Candidate for Circuit Judge. For Tr.-inFt-.iipt. MR. EDITOR have just read an article in the Democrat of this place, state com. j which, for boldness and stupidity, has no equal. The writer of that article cer- tainly penned it under the influence of j Chloroform, in tho shape of a platform. ed to account for the way in Israelites received the law o Moses, and ing Lute A. Sec., pro tern. as a man, as a citizen, and as a Christian he would endeavor to carry out Republican principles. Mr. Clapp being called upon, said privilege of voting for one of their men, and doing their best to feted him Speak- N. Y Tribune. A bill has been passed baili Houses of the Lesislature to amend Sec.- 27 of Chap. 132 of the R S. entitled of is- sues, mode of (rial and ..judgment in civil action. This bill is calculated to facilitate '.he collection of soli'e otller a 1 endeavored to prove that it oume hv I motion of M. S. Gibson the the nomination should have his cor-1 ?xfutio" upon granted in vacation. In the Assembly a smart discussion sprung up on the hill, some thinking it would bear hard upon debtors who might not. be. able, to pay up on such notice, and others claiming that the i support. He knows something of Spencer. His character stands acquainted with Ancient History, we'; M. S. Gibson of Hudson, S. B. Wash- without reproach, and as a Lawyei he tion from God. If we make ourselves cfiair credentials. ted a committee of three on Said coiMiiittee consisted of find a people who lived two to three: burn of and Gilbert E. Por- thousand vcars ago, coun tor, of Eau Claire At the head of this column will bi; {if we are to judge from the stupidity of! "7 Wc P'lk'stinc- arid Committee reported that the following oarac of THEODORE C. SPEN I the article. He opens his eyes, but sees CEK. of Eau Claire, as tho Republican not and ho shows he has a full amount a written law; and one too. very stands high among the profession, in the is stated lhat in addition to t'ivj which the State of Maine im-e been defrauded of Uy its late Tn Elder Peck, the of g70 000 been tound to be owed by him of his liabilities to the Slate. what may not yet be matured. This carries the atnont up to 000 OF all the earthly music, that reaches the farthest into heaven, is beating of a loving heart. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. .MKNTS TO l.NSEKTIO.V IX BY 9 O'CLOCK miUAY iiOH To Wliom it 3Iay Coiite SUPPER, BED AXD BREAKFAST, Chippewa Valley. Thanking the dele- that the j t s nehts of the creditor should be consicl- L'ateS wllO voted tor-hlm llo nrnmicod rn _.. j _i i sinau delegates presented credentials, arid were lar in its character, and in its mode of: entitled to seats .in the Convention: for Jud-e of the eighth Jutli j of assurance, when he calls on all Clay stating ;hut it camo di l-Dunu Harshoian, E. eial Circuit. As will bo seen by the i Whigs to come to the support of the rcct1-''froil) Gotl wo know Pepin, _ i i TTijn von nrirflm f Jm t T> i__ TT o n -n M. Of tbe convention, which appear Democratic party. in this week's paper, Mr. Spencer is the Now sir, if it was tho old Dcmocrnt- noojinee of the Eopublican con- ic party, in its purity, when it was a vention, fairly chosen by a vote of fifteen j party of principles, true to its pledges, out of twenty-seven ballots. The four j "nd unfaltering in its attachment to the cuujitk-B r.f the Chippewa Vdlley, presen-i doctrines of Jefferson, and was neith ted Mr. Spencer as their united choice, !er cursed with the heresy of disunion. ou the fifth formal ballot, by the di-ifigured with the foul slime of co-operation of the Polk county delega- corruption, it might claim my respect as onf: else wioto tion, hia nomiurlion effected in a sirr was supposed i ilietij gates who voted for-him, he promised to do his best to secure the election of the nomination. Mr. Pieruc responded to his name by Republi statinS tllat !le was i came from Heaven, or it did not: thaf Bartlett, II. C.' Williams S. 13. esPectet' to remain one, would 't3 hJ3tOIT Bib'e ia ffither buni E, -Porter-- i in his POWor Mr' SPcncer false and we can also understand that '3 votes Ean Claire, Gilbert E. tf'G Position to which he wa3 crc'd also. The bill finally passed by a vote of 51 to 33. Moses wrute the well understood in or it was written by some ouc else and phiccd over thern. If we undertake to that sornc .-el -2 J. 0. Er.nch Pierce, John j bj tbis and thongbt that L. Dale. Late A. Taylor, II. Felt; St. 'Oroi.vJoha Corcstock, M. S. Gib- j his nomination would settle oil differen- ccs amonS the of Pierce J H tivt hf. ihing that bears the narao of Deniourai pleasing and harmomous manner, j bears no 9erabluncc to the oy ,Uid IM! under such circumstances that no organization. Bepnblican can take exceptions to it, or j It lwists in and-twists innocently withhold his vote from the And leaves the peoplestil; in doubt As 10 filnees for the position of Circuit j Why. sir. even under ihe administra e, we are constrained to the belief j tion of Jackson this motlev party had r'ncc' the be is second to no in the dis- some traits of nationality. As you will trict. The testimony is positive that South Carolina, a state -11 which has always been known far its ;it] ID character he is unexcepuomiblc; pos- L _; i-, r f ht-sion to Democracy, threatened to re- moral firmness and gravity cor- bel and secede through her well known Tupt'-J tj no habits of viee with a full Democratic organs. This old hero sun. Goo, Strong Polk, ..J, C. Button. S. D. 'Williams tho law not God. as. Dougliis votes, in the time of MOS.JS. and Lu 3 obey ir. telling of the i On u.otioi) :he report of the commit- j journeys and sufFjrings of 'their tee accepted- and adopted. j f j era, and the many wonderful displays. On motion of 3Ir. Coms'.ock. the 1 nf Ileavcn, fur many loni; years, tellinj Chairman and Secretary pro tern, ware therm continually of the ir fuul'.s. their j cowardice at the Rid Sea. '.hc-ir iLrno- stiff rebellion, avaiic-.-. 'stupidity nnd sensu.-ihtv, to per- suade them to obey the injunctions the rcquiretiie.'its oi' siuli a law. without any appeal to their pride their c-xce U-ncy ns a and indeed this Further remarks were rrjiwle bv Messrs. Jas. B. AN IMSII member of the so called Democratic party in the House voted for Smith, a Know Noth- ing, of North Carolina, for This is a practical comment of the pro fessed love of these Democrats'' for the rights of citizens of foreign bir'h. which is worth rem ember ing. Of course, these men who would pnt an American" into the second office in the return to their constituents nnd begin anew their hon- EO CTS- SIXQLE 3IEJLS 20 CE-YV.i. Paying Boarders ri i- c. p. PM'cott, Nov. 5, ISiO. DOORS, SASH, RICHARDS Co. FIRST STOKV OK P. HERZOU'S CIIAIil FACTOKV Broad St. Prescott, Wis., sioixrt, DOOIW i wi.voow EVERY SIZE Al.'.V.IVS OS Gray, Cloiigh. Twombly, eying of tlie Irish, and, of course, with Porter, Tavlor, Button, Gaylord. Wash- ilhe aame okl But let the fact be noted--------- burn. Bartlett and otheis. Detroit Tribune. Mr. Gray suggested the appointing! No SKEDS FROM'THE PATK a Judicial. Committee. -FICE Attention to the followin Mr. Porter suggcsterl the substituting of the Senatorial Committee, which KXT Oi'- g nolicc. from the'Washington Star, .will many the trouble of ,vnin applications to permanent officers of the-Conveh-I wm.b the of the Ag- ia i plan.'was" adopted, and the Senatorial ricuSturalBureau Tor seeds from that Mr. Williams delegate from Polk Co i were tfuly toact as department: We would state, for the 11___ irktPiirri'i nV leiiig present. Mr Button, request- ed th it the Convention tuki action in tho :uatter. I ft Judicial Committee in nil. mattfirs. information of Congress and Moved by Mr. Dale that the thank's !othor9- a3 appticutions are constantly of the Convention be tendered to Moved by Juhn L. Dale, that Mr. Button be empowered to cast the vote of intellectual acuteness and per Jnckson. let the7n know that he would the only nation both ancient and mod-: o eni, but what their rulers praised them. wptim; to of which is added the im- i every truiinr as high as ho-sv different when we look f Mr. Williams. Moved by Mr. Comstuck. that Chairman and Secretary for 'their ser- vices. .Moved by Mr. that, (ill .the cultural Bureau for seed, tha (bet office, from tiniited appropriations of last year, has been circumscribed in its operations, and to pnrchasesecd for the rce's administration, when neniiy portatit qaniification of a thorough prac- i tieal kiiowk-dgc of the law. As a law- j the entire Democratic party South yer, nu uisu in the Cbippewa Valley i threatening a dissolution of the Union T the last Pre idcntial ;ltjAll generals when their suldiers hm! Convention, proceed to an informal bal- done noble deeds of daring lauded them lo.t for ciindulate for Jiu'ge of the eighth with unreatr-iined appluu.-e (iici Mnsos Judicial Circuit Carried. more envi.Uo reputation nor will canvass, sonx'; h. U .low m .cqumng a knowledge of 1 tR9 prominent politicians of that the duties of a Judge. True, onr opinion of Mr. Spencer is i that they would take possession of the force of arms, and sieze the public nt Washington. What only upon the testimony of olh I w j j dm this party say to this threatened Republican papers in the district be rer i distribution M-heretofore.' qneflted to pu.blish the of the Convention.- Adjourned, :J do this 7 Were they not told in A OF STEAMBOAT POU LAKE PEPIX. learn thut -the celebrated Captain .r-f _ _ .-1 v pvoimnyl lo fill 'j and rel.-iil. nis .-it r. iiuidc to  been sufficient evidence to j out as the only hero, that ever Demooranc friemla to sare "Ot Blan' Silinetj of an expensive defeat by treason. fSe millions of people through a-vast being w fmjml M powible. BWbre the nomination some were an- _ t turned. In the editorial cpiyriin we I an obituary of MAHCUS junior editor of the sheet. that much dreaded !aiid always" RttaVdiir- ease, consum'ptibn'. on" 4th srnc63 i I was not much surprised however, I _. j when I read this article in the Democrat, j courso ot treatment. But let us of diviaion the Zrt i of tbw county, on iccount of; to the foreign voters, and Itnow that the.v to sivo at least one by persuading a different We Ilurnphrev, Barnes, Clorjgh. The third-ballot thua: CIaPP; Spencer, Pierca, 4 Humphrey, 4 Clougb, j. Moved by Mr Gib.son that the Con- vention, take a recess of ten minutes. and 4 Motion supported by Mr. ied. Proceeded, on motion, to a formal Hot which resulted as follows Clapp, .7 Humphrey, 5 Spencer, Pierce. which-twenty two families were made homeless, and a score of lives lost, was caused by burning fluid. A little gir in a bakery on the ground floor was fill ing a fluiiMam'p; the fluid caught, anr IDUJ proposition cannot be j running floor, set the building by argument; and the imputation in flames, which, leaping up the stair- i well calculated to aggravate tha morbid way, cut off escape to those above I excitement of ihe. Southenxtnind, which sible for tlie Harper's Ferry -war _______ GraJc N'o. 1, for ihecouiHi of seven i do No. 2. a do No.-t) E.xtrn cbuw and Herman rausu.igps; ami in nay nfibr above tuitinn will IK received for Ijfilfth, Theboun: bring mid c..nvcninitlj- tbcBoaril baring mrured servicci) U.-.O dc for tlie Frvnch, I.. C.KO.V. HcJl November Re- the author of the. impending Crisis Book, rcceiyia.no pecuniary ben- party, are to have a meeiihg shortly, with a view of securing him a share of the proceeds, THE Ctfarfegton'Mercury gaja that the Black Regublican party ia Hgn voters, and wtting for't'S I that I uCunMH; but we believe these tne opposition in this aountry, had i they were not al cpfmbenciona will be blown to the to the prejudice of: lowed to sow but every seventh year, wwJi bjr the confidence in our can-! e j not to work everv seventh day. and dur- i S declare, that! long they were forbid- I Ballot stood- tbna :_ -r to been practiced do anything and Ld, their great Mt, m know Okit for a certainty, that; Pemacratic Sec-etary of the meetlnSs not permitted to do j nny servile work. Vie mugt think, that.! The Prairie du Chien Leader suggests I of H. of ustice. want never Chief to turn But did the Afereury r hear of the turn of the tied urey, Dpencer, Pierce. THE Dutch Government haa com- Itsayg We have no doiibt rhe i of the emancipation of would receive as large a support -an aiiv the The serve an of the others and bis eminent ability. "Wf years' duration, ntness for tbe place, and soundness in Jan. 1. I860, and the the Republican faith-are too well-known owners to receive 150 francs for a to reqoire anything more than att aUir- 200 fifteen cent; njpon his value. 8ion. THE Maine delegates to Chicago are to be elected by the Repubfican 2 bers of the legislature that State firea in St ia hoDOr i lelection of Speaker Pcnninglon. ONB hundred and seventeen gune were fired in St Paul ia honor of the Music GENTLEMEN AKD LADIES Sn-Aei School, from abroad "i who in.-iy to (ate on the Wano 
                            

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