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   Southport American, The (Newspaper) - October 10, 1846, South Port, Wisconsin                                m IHE SOUTHPOUT, WISCONSIN, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1846- NO. 2. J. A. BUTTS, C. VM s. .1 oi, -i (ionb.c .1 L-I v. iiluii lliu 'i -'i'Hi ot' tiiu yont. lljiuilly T. 11 ilo; v. i I.DIN 'i inr.i) STO- or (S; i-, Business Cards ..or.'innt'.in. A I, E K IN L'ifj'uors Groccrics, nci inut rceeived a Ir.rpe wipply of piuo JL.I nnd folden l.iqnois, ol' tin; piirosl nnd cliois- i'sit tl'.nt etui bu oblnini'd in thc Knslern Mitnu't'i, thc l pipu SuKliultu J j.ipo old Cognac. i'j ''i> Otnid. l do Kwftn Gin. l do Hour liliiobfiin. J hlulSt. Croix Unni. O lilid Hum. 2 i Jnmnicn do. 'J cn-k .Lumiica dur. l.ondun l'oilcr l'uit Vine J Ilhd pium Miiilc'imdo l Cidin do l owi et iUiih do S C'lu.inp'n CO limi'cls Siltcrx Ly fyc. Ali" n vvelldcilleu'uil npsortniciu ot' Groccrics Tov. n ni.d Country cnaionicrsj, whicli wil' i ufelu'iip loi C.vjn 'ti. purs sviil do uulltocnll mul OXMII- For tiir Southport American. LIH'J ISSCIUUED TO Miss S------- ns tlio piopri- niul on bcitoi j Illlll Of llH i' ni" Cr.y n 10 Ov D Smil'-, ar UL'.JOIIUI.O.I W. (ID V inu liut'nru uouwi'io, rloru di lui niincd to sull (ci ni'. t'i'in ott.oi li lUii.iciid t, tn'pumliur U7, IH'Ifi. _ t; mos J T c o. ,-VVK fur cnrryinp on tlir tibiivi' liimincjj, in all ita Inunctios Shop en t'nt'i of t'cuil uin.1 l'lxclinnyc l'lwitflJSj Mnnul'ucuucd ns Ucioto I'DU-, a ro kop! for oiili'; I'ictiking plowj, Curn, D.iiinnuil, Ae. The u u svnrraiucd lo neouv und du lictttr l U-IIICSM iluui ullicr iimnulacluicd in ttc-'lom countiy. C'uvil'åsiril'S Voliiolas of all kincla, ironcd wicli iicnut'.'ijs nnc! wliicli cnnnot bo cx- i'illcd in wi'slu n uouiiLry. r.uuibur Wngons lionod, biul kout conslanlly oa well i'iillojuiliei Sniui. c in: m n; s 'J'. l H i d inciiuitnctured; j "H kuvld, inpud, ;ulr.ou, lun. d luilchuta, eliiseU, u n xi SIIOJCIKU, tlic most intrkntc P'irl ot riono m t UP beat appiov- cil m iiuii'i1. N" r 'in-, spuru'l in dilliciillsliocing, juoli.'ij l.oraos, ioiiiidmud horsrs, v'Lu Spl'iiJigsjj coiibtantly on liniul, uitulf: tn r. Iti'pai! in" uf a 'l kiiul.s dom1 "n Silioi t nolice. %-V. T. l l Ih l I. l) iihKtoi' I'll oomc to ihu dear when cleulh sli.ill impiU't Ai-piiit Love, to this wnncleiing ncart And wiih blossoma of heavcn, i'H fatn enhvine A gaili.ncl of love l'or thy apiiii's shrinu. Thon ILt lliL'C al cve, xvlien llie stniry Looks CUP on ihe world wilh its si.very cyo I'll eouie to ilico then on llie wir.gs of tho nir, U'ilh n s-.ninlesa iussforiby bsow to fnir. I'll como to ihec loo, and h'r.gor "hore Tho spinl ia given to God in And Kncel for thnt hoan to chccr, A ol' givcit And when love's drenm, at the myalit hour Of iwiliylit, romca in its mngiu powcr, And joy, nåd leve' E nrounc! ihuc stenhug, And iliy l enit bcals unini in Us girlian l'll slnel'l ihee llien, with n sjiirit's wing, From tiiu thousind MVires that rnuuct youtli epiiug, And bisper to ihec of a li or love, Thnt b esaing, andliving, tørever ubovo: Spiinyfield, JL'enn., Sopt. 18'IG. F. THE C O U S I N S. One of iho best storica >vhich we have Inlely read, (saye an exchnnsje) is eu- liilcd, 'Tiiis COUSINS. A Country Tale.' 11-is fiotnihe crmste pen of Miss Mit lord, an Kngli.ih nulhoross of eonsiderable tliern; for lie hrxs been ungrateful, txnd linve discurdcd hiffl.5 Agnes stood as if potrified; 'Ungrate- ful! oh lal her.' cau't liave discardod him, to Le sure, suid Jessy, ulvvays good naiured, 'poor.Charles! can he Imvo 'Rofuaed your hånd, my said the angry parent. 'refused to be my partner and son-in law and fallen in lovo with nnollier lady! What have you to l sav to him j 'Why, rsnlly, replied Jassy, j 'I'm mucli moro obligcd to him for re- fusing iiand, to you for offer- Jla'ourdl llistory of thc B'fioys. The New York Sun unvotes an artiele to an ncco'jnt of the natural history ol the b'hoys of that city as to iha etymology cf this term, vve arc nt a loss to trace it. No doubt, to the futurc phiLolngist, nny which thn present generalion can throw upon ils origin, would be peculiarly ac- ceptable. which was for- merly so much in vogue, and so learnedly treated of, (ospecially in "Tiie Knicker- his pretty much gone out of use. In ils slead we have the uphonic .und oxpressive of b'hoys. ]t ing il J iko Charles well for a coustn, must bc s [ho gculernan bul I should not hke such a mi. all; so il this jo.'usal be the i has iiappencd, tiicre's no greut done.' An J ofl'lht! litlle gipsey husbond lli-'il harm ran declaring must put ou her habit, for proinised 10 ride with Sir Kd- mond and his sibter, and expected them his favorits duughter every rninule: The futhcr nnd romained in the conservatory. 'That heart is said Mr. Molesworth, looking at her with a smile. by Charles Woodford, un- replied Agnes; 'bul has he reully rel'uscd my Absokitely.' 'And does he love 'He says so, and I bulieve him.' 'Is hc lovod 'That he did not say.' 'Did be tell ihe iiame of the 'Do you know 'Is she worthy of him.' Most worthy.' hc nny hopes of galning her af- At his Mablo irljiiiniii'j lin; JMniUci Siinnie, at ull tii.u'y to cueto- uitli u Jlorsui, llio boat linglcot oiib'u or Ccn (.lul the bcst lig ot any c of tl.o Kind, nt in. 'union thc LI-L tcrina. l.h. Cluu.- K brMi of thu l Ih thc bl.o'.lru to Top j l'or csinblislimcnl fuin'fchcu SOV pDii A, McNKAI. propnnor ol '.hc Mt.il n tlu: i plficc-j o net a v iii, 6''c. and onco via in (li'iu'% i and Duhui n, to liuloit. i. MIISI iiiiin-liud at al. limes carry png- i 11 to lim pnil ol .liu Tutiili iv or Nnrllietii N. McN'liAL. reputaiion. Thc wliole is too long for our pniier; and it is a story which will not du to divide. The first hul f of ihe atory, like tha bigger portion oftlie firsl volume of somo of Scoii's novels, is merely inlrcductory to what follows. So we will sum up llie prefactory pnrt in a few word.s, and ihen give ihe de- njiicincrit in Miss Miiford's own heauliful lån g nu Tclcgraph. Lawyer Molcsworlh was a rich lar.d- loid in Cranley, ihe naiivc lown ef Miss "l.llls Milford. Ile had iwo daughlers, to feotlon- Oh he whom his pleas-nnt houso ownod its chief womftn could ''erLlse him! altiaolion. Agnes was a beuutiful wo- maii; Jessy was a Tho fond lathor intendcd ilial Jessy should marry a poor relation, one Uharlos Woodford. Ghnrlos lind heen brought up by his unclo's kindness, aiid had relurnod inlo the fannly from a great oflice in Lon- don, Charles was lo beiho immechale [jiirinor'nnd ovcnlurtl Buccessor lo the (luimshing business of his benefaclor, musl! whoso icgard scemed fully justified by the excellent conduct ond tnlonts ofihe orpiuin nephew. Agnes, who cntertained tin affection for Charles, was destinod by her falher for H young buronel who had lalely been much at the honse. But in afl'airs of lore, as of all others, hat The 36 "That's Wlial Done i t." j We have freqnently !iud ihe pleasure of wiinessing sttirdy old Democrats turn M1SSJCHUSETTS. The slaunch whigs of ihe old Bov State held iheir Convenliori for from ihoir dearly cherished polilical pre- deieclions, ns some truili of a ''L'o candidatcs for Slate officers in F; character would break upon iheir minds eui! Ilail on ihe 23d. [Ion. CHAS. IU-u- and a tvsken them to an invc.siig-ation of the principles whieh. ihey have held for years, v. ilhout being able (o give a rea- son for Ihoir failli. Jt by NATHAN APPLK- ARTEMUS HALE, anJ noble i seve" otl.ers, Vice Presidents. pre- sight to see a mnn bursting the sliackles l popular N. BIIIGGS of preconceived and ill-digested opinion, j and Jon." REED wer6 nominated nc- 'Ile is dolennined not to t ry. lady whom he loves is above hitri in every way: and as much ashe has. coun- leracted my wishes, it ia an honorabls part of Charles Woodford's conduct, that he iniends to leave his aflections misus- jiected by its ohject.' Here ensued a short patise in the dia- logup, durmg whicii Agnes nppeared trying to occupy herself vvilh coliectinp; (sajs mnn is born to dis- UICOtiH iN, Oilijnns Ui l.j lil. l RIANSI'i Sugnrs A i H H; SS'; AiiTJTC'ijJiiS. 'IVnaii.l i- Put-i, .13 iiilU, biiiy1; nnduoii candltnticLs bin-jiitid t-nuili is. and l, on carpul luiii nnd wiru nnd liiitniini'i dinnui nnd tun bi Itiincf Jind lui KJ, liullmvj, Nov. H l S 15. M M'.- n M. i, l'on.idi- i1' Anict i Mtll II il U i nuur. ;cncies Krill leceived lind loi by the puuiul or papcti lin -i1 du' d n e i'.oin l'.nslcrn Gaidena, n n l ni e d 10 lu; o l' l nå l y 'a ai'owtlt. S.imlipo.i, Ari.l J.'il. JN'KJIIOLS. i filioti i d thc nr uti ty .'u i l'iundtd -i nnd ih" liliui.ili'y 5 ihuii M. ri. 11. Km iit 0. 18 KJ cirnpluLe liiauiry of Slireji, 'dj3 nnd tiidun uiili s. bv KIXG'S Boclt Sioro. S3 PAiLM J.KAI'1 J3ATS. L'alai Tiont Ilniy lor ea'o at i i.zlot 111! n .cd in li. .'i'j n ;-nn c in bu onry t n u yo inny bu ll uiilnmud ul K. iJUACH, 1'rc.j't. ,'iy, ul l.irl'oul, l or Dam i'il i, Miil-i, Kuiniliiiu- M. pro- 1'ro'luce itpon inlitit'1 -ry K.lwn Win. Ililia, l .v- W nul, J.il.n Wutbuilrd, I'i-o-iiiknit. -rul, STKVKÉu -i uf'r.l dculuru in slnpl i InriUvui.1, t'uint'i .-n -J, W. T. .J. M. Sni-.i Oils. l <.if S r 'r h; ilt MANNEY'S. 50! i Wix, K.IITII) find 'l'nllow J. pla.n and ivitii arp. nt .MAiSNEY'S, CiOODS. KADUATJCO Dress Goocls, to be (bund an- ly ni____________ MAKSFIKLD'S. Avarief of Carpetinjjy l'ioni to Gå ut D. L. McKiMKKV's, Uct. SCUOUI, BOOKH. Dnv'a J'lnjt'uir'a F.ticlid, "vVeb.-itor's Dii tiunniy, NVulUcr'b Linuoln'a Botnnv, A'lnin'-i Arilhnicliu, Kiiiitli'i) ilo. jjiii'tli'i (riiiinincr, IJiiltiini'i do, Kitklmin'o Jo. und Atlna, Olncy's du, Smitli'adn (Joinnlacli'a Cliumiairy, (lo l'lulosupliy, ijundui's lit i-'ncl. niifl 'M ivadur, Cobb.-iclui Goodricli's do. 1'oitBi-1'. lUn'loi ii-nl Ki'nclur, Wcbstcr's Spo! lni'j" JJouk. Tosuiy'u do, lur tnlo HI KhVtl'W UOOKSTORE "WOOL! WOOL! irifoini tlio Fnrmcrstlml JL hu luia Clotlia on luuicl thiit lio oll'ui m uxc'. uni'c tor Wool on roaaonulilo tcnna. J. BLNKDiCT. Soutliport May 23, 1843. uppoiu'.rnent. et JJieu is never truer Ihun in tho great cnLibO of mairimony. So found poor Mr. fllolcbworlh, arn'ved u', ihe iige ofeighteen und Charles at thnl of o und his pre'.ly dauglilor and the Iticialivc partneiship punilohs relaiion, and was potrified nstoniihinent nnd indigmuion lo the conneclion, very respeclfully, v e ry (il m l y declined. }oung i was very much distressed and agi- taled; iie liad tho highest respect for Miss Je.ssy; he could nol rnarry lovud iinotlier! And ihen lie poured l'oitii n confiJence ns tinoxpected" as it uas undtsiirt-d by his inceajed whu lefl h i m in undiminiahcd wiuth and increased perplexity. This interview had taken place inimo- diii'cly al'ter broakfast; and when llie cdiilurence was ended, thc proroked fftthc't coiighl his caughters, who happily unsconcious of all lliat hud occurred, wcic ninubing themselves in iheir con- vois'itory, a scene always as becoming as it is agreeable to youlh and beautj'. Jes-sy was fltuiug abou: like a bulterfly among ihe frugrant orange Irces and bnglil gcrariiums; Agnoa was standing under a sujiuib fuschia Unit hung over u large maiblc form and ulti- tulo, lier whito dress, nnil the clusbical nirangemcnt of her dark hair giving her iho look of nymph or naiad, rare relic of Grecian art. Jessy was prut- tling gaily, ns she wnndered about, of a concorl liioy had altcnded ihe cvening Loforo at tho coanty lown. 'I hale said llie pretty linie flirt; 'to sit bold upright On a hard bench for four.houi's, beiwuen iho same four pcople wilhout ihe possibiiily of moving or speaking lo anybody's geiling to O! how liresome il is 'l saw Sir ILdmond trying to slide ihniugh ihe orowd lo reach said Agnfis, a littlo archly: 'his presenes would perhaps, have mitigaled ihis evil. But liie barricade was loo complele; he cearest falher, first in thinking PtHTiOSOPinCAt, Thcory nnd of l'oimmniiliip iii pnrlj, cncli pnrt in 'i boolss. Tiiu puuitliiiriiios ol' lliia .Syatotii åre lat, Excr- wiiich liuiu llic nui3cloa of tho linnd, ni-Eii nn'l 2nd An nnnlyiicnl cliis.'jiiicaiion of Ictlcn, wilhout rul'orcilco lo ttipir alphabeticnl Piintud diioctioiib upon i-.nch vxiitaiuitnry ol' llie formation ol' tbc Tlny uyatoni ia now in use in tiiu principnl in tlio Suites ot Jlnine, Nuw llnmpaliire, Masmvliusutla, llliodc lolnnd, C'onncbtictu, KCW York, N. .fciiicy, Pennsylvnnm, Dolnwiuo, Mnrj- l.'nul, Virginia, Norlli (Jiirolinn, Soulli Cnrolinn, nnd lllinoiu. Alabnmn, Ohio, Kor wliolcanlo or rolail, at KING'S Bookslore. MUFJ-'S- novlS bean'.ilul nrticlc, nt tho blossoms of a cnpe jessemine, and walering a favorile geranium; but il wotilcl nol do; iho subjccl was al iier heurt, and she could not force her mind lo indifferent occupations. She returcd to her falher who had been anxiously watching her molions and the varying e.xpressions of her countentirice; and re- sumed ihe conversaiion. 'Falher! por- hups it is hardly maidenly to nvow so much, altliO'Jgh you hnvo never in set woids lold mo your intenlions, I hnve yel seen and known. I canriot lell how, all ihat your loo lund partially towaidb mo has clesigned for your children. You have mistaken me, doubly rnistakcn me; mo lil lo fil l a place in sociely; in imugining ihal I desire such spjendor. You mean to give Jetsy nticl the lucrative ptirnership to Chailes Woodford, and designed mc and jout large possession to our worthy and lilicd nc'gl.bor. And with little change of nrrangcrnents may slill lor ihe most oart hold good. Sir Ed- rnond may still be your son-in-law and your heir, for he loves Jessy und Jessy loves him. Charles Woodford may still be your partner and adopled for nolhir.g has changed that need diminit.li jour ult'ection for his merit. Marry him to ihe womau lhat he loves. Sho must be ombilious indoed if s.'ie be not conleni wiih such a desliny. And let me live on wilh you, dear falher! single and un- vvedded.wilh no ihought bul to contribute to your comfort and to cheor and brighl- on your declmir.g vears. Do not lel your loo greal fundness stand in Ihe waj' of iheir happiness! Maku me not so under examinalion åre exacily indential with loafers by no metins. The b'hoys. would rcspnl suoh an afl'ront. Thedignity of a Jonfer is best pieservcd and rnofct prossively manifoslcd by llie llon. J. C. Calhoun wouKl term "a masterly while ihe b'hoys scorning ig- noblo philosophy, declare for the policy ofthe 5'1 40's "al! or none." They furnish our citizens xvilh ihose forcible dashes al life, with a free 'punch-aH in- sload of "pencil" as Wiliis expresscs il, which render necessary that galaxy of "stars" which observed upon ihe can- vuss of ihe social picture of our metrop- olis. Carricaturists very vulgarly post these vuluable citizens as the spectal patrons o f fast horses, and mjslerocratic "weahicles" on the Avenues. They even go as far as to delmeato tliern in compauy with the "g'hirls" "cliasmg the glowing liours with fiying We take upon ourselves, howovcr, "tho responsibility" ofsaying tliat ihe 'b'hoys' as a cl.'is-i, åre among ihe slickesl of our communily witness llie lilles on iheir "knobs" as pnl.siied as the hatler's iron and tasses and watcr can make them. Wiincss ihe fan-iailed coat, dccked illi an anny tif iiuge brnss buttons, sig- nilicautly exbibiling in their device, tlie pncul'ar taste of the wearer. Witness the fragrant clouds of incense through which ihey modsstly display ihe thiery oftheir auic story. Behold the Dyronic swell of ihe locornolive proteclors un- dernefith which ihey conueal pedc-s "not clubbcc! so mtich nscloven." ness also, and h'naily tlie bunting which however rugged and homely may be the Jnngungc in which he emboch'es liis rea- sons lor so doing. In such cases we have always fiuund il best to say noihing as men of ihis class åre generally prompted (o action by motives and feelings which no one can muhiply or diminish ihey will have iheir own wjy of working out thcir cnvn political We ucted on tilis plan a few days ago, when a plain, blunl looking farmer entered our sar.ciuin, and said l wish to subscnbe for your paper." Yes said we ihe subscription was taken down, and ihe name enlered m a trice. generally e.xpedi- lioiis in such mallers. -W hen this was clamation for re-electio'n lo ihe offices of Governor and Lieut. Governor. luiions were passed pledging thb wh'g party in oppoiilion to the further eXten- sion of slavery in any territorv may be acquired, and against ihe m'ssion of any more inlo the also to use all iawful c.ni! conslitu'.ional measures lo il.o limits where now and to' r cmove ihe ur.just aiid c'ppressive pre- ponderance which it now exer's on ihu national resolut ions de- nouhcing the. course of the admiuistra- floals proudly over their warks, and then say if you dåre, that liie b'hoys done, Ihe old genlleman we had i tion in the prosecution ofthe never seen before) peered over '.he top of a newspaper at us, and remaiheJ I voted for Folk What in the worlu made you do that r wkal done i! tCow wev'c go t our annexaiion, and it strikes me we're yayinj fur il, whicb goeh down rallier hard, seein' Clay told us afo'-ehnnd. i believe liiat man's a prophet.' We nodded, as much as to say, 'ihem's ihe pinls.' Ho ndded you ihink I'm col a Vv'liig now but ej l ninl, the new iarijf lill's not a slinger Yes Sir, I hfjller etiough; give me a cnpy of ihe Kane leller for a] neigl.bor of mine.' So old gQnlleman deparled, leaving us in ihe cumforlable bclief that he will be i ri the ficht place uext ropeal of the lariiT, llitr e.xercise of ihe veto power by l', evi- dent, llon. D'.YNiEL was present during a portion of ihe session, and o- oa' cling so eagerly to the tliings of earti., when life'has been lo yna hul a cau-Vr ol" nnd crimo' Kr.c'.v yif not that Ihe world is id l a fieeiirg rcsponded IIP, 'but if you I.MVO no obisctions, l'd rallier SEC ihe show a "A hunible pnrtaker m Chriat desiresi Viir K t H fil finrlo if M c- ROVS-LAND o.xcentric Eow- ligious nolices wbich il n-as> his custom lo road every sabbalh, afler service, once delivered the following Jolin Smilh has said many things: the rest, that a newspaper is like well deserved her, made the pride hanjiiness of his home. and one of his Y. Glole. lo know why brother Hill finds it neces- sary lo ride to church in a sumptuous carriage when his Divine Master never rode any whare except on an HSS i" Upon ihis pious shoving his spectacles high ou his fore- head and with nn air of great humility, ihus commenled I would in answor to any hum- ble brolher, that l have a carriage, but no beast such as our Mas'.er rode. How- ever, if my worthy brolher will present himself at the door of my dwelling next Lord's day, ready saddler] and bridled, l will rido him to church." A violent Dorrilo Locofoco paper lalely eslab'.ished in Providence, says il goes for destruclion of whiggery and law and order. A railway edilor, in daath of a passenger, announcing He the has gone lo lhat station from which no trav- eller has a return ticket." An Irishman recehing a challongp lo' fighl a duel, deciined. On being askei) the reasbn, sair! he, you haverne mother an a trial for ]ibel nt cesler, Mass., one Horace Palmer fied in relation to a cerlain story that heard it first from his wife, who was n member of ihe ladies' benevoleni socieU where all llie village news eitlier origi- nated or was first gatherod. case is now in Mississippi, in wh'cli niienifi: i- to' bs made to cnforce llie IH w of Uuii trtate which requairss thai a mun s'nall jjav tl.e debls pf att individual H horn he lins kiilrd in a duel. !aw, if it can be   ur innrr never pay Iheir own dabis, thpy f.ugh) certainly ba compellfd lo j-.iy other "a-   

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