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   Southport American, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1846, South Port, Wisconsin                                r IHE SQUTHPORT, WISC ONSIN, SATURBAY, NOVEMBER NO. S. ,'c M. djtnii v.-i'.liiii thu lin i'.i du- i., i ur l; i i. N Oo l'. T r i u. i ti l, 'j'iiors Groccrics, r.jTtu. juatreuoivc.l n supply of pure winoa l.i l'oi i'iyn of tliu purcsi and cliois- i'.'i' i[ ilittl uitn oblaiui'd .11 tbe Kaaleui Mm oi ibi, t'o.lov, ing, i fc'e :uelle liinndy. '_ pipo old Cognac. do old Olnrd. l do Swnn Om. 1 do Ifotir iMncsHn. l 'alid St. Croix Ruin. blid-, l'inijbiiul liiitu. Xi c'iijk'j .humdcn do. 2 .Iju.nien du London Pol tur l Ilf l'orl l llbil piinii Maib'iiailo l C'i-lui l i.tt-i'ut il.'nl; f( i'n 5 fok u Clun.ip'r, 5O l'avicU of by ihe liotlJa Al- n K nd fOrlineiU of Groeoncfi ;o n 11 'j'owu nnd (Jountiy c.isloiuoi 3, wbieb bo -pn ud o l cl o.ip f'l1 Tdvuin kwpci will do well to i ii U ;nJcxnm- ine oult'io nj tbc propiK i'Uu iy d. 'el u.ned :o sell i licnpei, und on bcitcr '.ui'ni j thnu othti l.o w ot' liutV.xlo. Sontlijini i. S l Ai adju.niK j llio Miukct Sijunrc, ir ut idl i.tnej ['lejiaic l lo neeommodatc i- v. ilii 'lu, if: Soul Moroes, die single or dunb't i or t'a.ii. i nnd llio lir.sl rig ol iiiiy i -'iili'.i 'lun 'lit of llio kind, m i l iu il.o :oniid. Ilo b'i' lo In'.', OfilttblifjliiiH IU Houi' ol tin- lu -t Ka-teiu Tur J11 K lo: futiiiahed j o.lio' nouee, MrXKAI, i'i propiktor ol tlio ,01: li.nuot l 'Ttv.vi'i tliujr plnccjonuc t. v WMwoii'ti :md i ion, (li ni'Vi ;in l l ivaii, lo l'oloit. i ciiin ti.nii liod t si.l timua lo cany pna- -i n r- to tiny p u l oi lUu Tun iu-i y or ?soiUH'ii. li I.IMI M. JMt.M: So A p., l I II Ih MM'.. l i .MI. .n, a r, d l'orto ilico, A" iu' [i u-o, n' SOUTIIPORT JFURNACE. having luUcn '.bc abovc es JA liil'lishnilnr. will coritiiiuc business un- di i iliulirm ot'McKuy Co. Tlicy have just. leecivod a ol'.ion nnd coid and aio pi'L'puii.'vl to execute ordoia lor GÅSTIK GS Ol'cvoiy deccripiion witb promptncgs, CaiiZdron Kaliles, stcigfi Waggon io.'t.'6'.S, ItolloiU U'lIl'C, l''irc Dogs, fyc. on hund and for sale. KScno und Grisi miH (gearing cast and i n g maclunes rapaircd, and jobs of alt kinds do n o up at short nolicc----Old Iron 2-urchased or tukan in cxcccirige for Gastings HENRY McKOY, Somlipcn, Doc. T8, M5 i W._W. WIIKELKR. Milla nnd Burlington L lluiii lo i sule by JNO' MANSFIELD- Soiilhporl M.iy SO 18 KJ. n30 A .MaSH ASJT'S lU-.ek lebasi's [Joahli Pocir man's c. iVc., for sale al thc store of .1 G. W. PALM K R Co. TJ173U11 tlif1 tiaic .ntioduccd in ti is Tcii'ito- J3. ry, llio lluol.ng f asti'i cvor ofieted fo: llio ailcvlauon of aucl1 n-> iiio nlllined vvitli wi'n.v nt'S-j ,n '.bo yido, Lt.r-k, and JIUIIH, Ln.iscb, Ae. l''oi at thc sloru ot O. W. PALMKR __________ (Intc C U. L3) Govflrmnent, J.ivn, Rio anJ St. D iningo Collie, foi sale by JNO. 51 PTj "l 1 1 1'. Sii bcris now rocciviny li is full stock aiidoUcting llicin a. ruducnl pi icc.i ibr Caoh. JMANSKIELD. A ficali ard iliie (Knoicd Green rjjpr.ASI A Hash ard J-L ror :J3. per pomid. .7. M 'J'tl n il lllfi-, 'l'.ipioea u'ni' .-n li- iv ,1 M l''ir. LD. (joi iii; AJITJII'' r> K IT l C'.J'ilo l'ol l'ia tud.inu catnlli j :'i .LU! '.''-l >nnli'.'i i, t ,b; a i and' i'' .1 i 11" ui: ,md 1.1 vi ,.bi a i und 'ii 'i U ri v fi liiuiei and lea j .'ud i. l i' l- u.r. v.V Pin r.i'S, l c i   ih" i i A l' Ai'iil II. .1 II. _ l 01 Ipli li' 1.1 Jlil. J ol u Illi i, ni 11 ai'd d bv i I. at K 'luoK Sluic. 1'AKLOR COOK STOVKS. FIJiirrillUM CjiAing Stovts, oTnuli pattorn? lor srf.ie ehoap by "'pi! v K l'al 111. for h'.lo 111 difeienl jaits ol ihe JL ('onrty .rnrti 01 Ics> anul BtuilfoJo SlwJjos. A CIOOO rid.-ortmciu of Tur 1'aUi Robea ai d Bnfr.di) Oveiei-'Us alwasj to be l i u IH! Jil llic at ue ni" J.''jlAMJiS, IlAVv'Lr.Y (Sf Co. Ai i-'Oii tj Q il.O Vnc.ult-hipc Mny- iLCb tlmvor, Hyaciuilt, tbc Gnu. a'.id Juvcuue KIXG'S, JJookstoro- 11 AU! JN'oitli Rivu SlmJ lor Kile by "3 MA.XMFJI.LD. follovv'Hie; Jilllepocm was vvritten onc of Scotland'e sweetcit barcfø, m bia youngoi" While a ponsant boy, watcliirg bis 3 on tlio beulhery billa of tiie hind ol Wallacc L'rul ba breulhcd out (bis un- ineastned, bcaiuilul Si) Hg to tho Sky Liivk." Bild OÉ Xbc iviUIerncs, Blitbeiioine ai.d Swoet be t'.n' maiiri o'er moorlnnd and Kmblcrji oi' Lappincss BlesL is iby dvvcIL'ng place, Oh i to abidc in '.be cicecit wi.b ihce l AYild is tby Iny and loxij Farin iko dowiyctoud, Love gives ;t oncrgy. love gir.u il biuli Wbero on '.by tlowy wing, 'JVhero au tliou journcying? Tby Iny is ir. htv lljy love-Is on cartli, O'er f dl and O'er moor andmounta''.! O'er ilte, t cd streamcr that korttids di'y; Orcr tlic Uoudlct Oi'ur Ific, ritmbvio's rhnr Musical chcmb l soar Tbci ;bc glonmin' concs, DJTPII in tbe hcalhcr-blooms, Snoet sbr.ll and bed of love bo Ehiu.onl of JHcst bo lliy d'.vulling Oh to abide iu tbe debcrt ihcc TOM S ?1 O O l S. I nover undcrtook but oiico, said Tom, to set iiaught tho r.nlhoiity of my wila. Yoti krow hei wiy; cool, quiet: but detcrminod as cvsr grew. Jubl alter wc wero marricrl and all Mas nicc and cozy, bhe got mo in the of doiag all thc cliurning. Sno ucvsr me to 'lo it, yon know, but thc i il Has done just in Ih is way She finishod brcakfast ratlinr bcforo mo ons morning and slipping from tlio j tablo, she f.llod tlio churn witli cream and fat it jast whoro l couldu't hclp scc1 ing what wtinted. So I took hold, rcgf.larly enough, and chtirned ti'.l thc bulfer camo. SSho didn't thaslc tao, bul lookod nico and about it thai I felt paicl. Well, whon tho noxt duv camo uloiig, slic did ihe same ihing, and I tbllowcd suit and futchcd the but- ler. Agdinar.d agnin il douo just so, and I wcs rogular in for it, every lime. Not a word said, you know, of coursp. Well, by und by this bcgan lo bc vutlior irksomo. I wanleJ fihe should Pice Snfl'i'tigc. op MB. BURCHARD of kcsha in Convention. Ocl. 11, 1843- In prescnting the report which I have had thc honor to lay bofore th's Conven- tion, I have sought, as it was my duty as well as my dosire to do, to present an ar- ticle for your considoraticn foundcd on the hrouJest principle of right; ;i princi- pis as liroad and as comprehcnsive as the Jeclarationwhich gave us birth ns a nation and which has given us adiblinctive char- acter as a people. I have presenlcd this report os embodying my vievvs and senti- monts of should be tho orgcinic law of the State of Wisconsin on thu subject boforo ui; and in now prescnting it as a substitute for the report of the coramittee ofthe whole, I wish to bring this question to a cKrect vote iti this Convention. l speak for no party. I am not the inouth- piece for sect or body of On my shoulclera rests tho rosponsibility and I am willing (o be tried bofore Ihe bar of n-ij' cnnstituents. By the resolutions jas'jed at Jhe Conventicn from l oblainrd. Now-, if they tluis siluatcd, no dislinch'on should be wilh the same aspirations as other ihe foreigner who comes smor.g us if Uiey have righis, and tho prolcction of j the nniivo born citizen. I know right is law, and law is made through thc how Ihis may be received by some ot" the ballot-box, and in no oiher way, upon j members of this conventionj but ihat it u hat grounddo tho opponents of granting should ba adopteJ into this convonti >u ls them a. right to vote rcbt their urgumont'! my fullcsi belief. I am convinccj ol" iu Isthoreany? There is none, founded ei- prticticability arni j'islico, in re- ther in jus'.icc, right or hunnnily. Be- gård to c'ilsct upon tho and canse a man is horn with a dark skin, he ils tearings upon our own people. I do is forover to be dis-frsnchi-scil! Tii.s is a j not propose to enler into a terrible, damnable doclrino, and as false cussion at lliis late time on of as it is terrible. Jt is a doclrino that will j this part of tho question, but if thi? not stand ihe scrminy of ihe spirit of thc ler is made a point of furiher age; neilher will its apologistsstand with i lion, I cloim tho of d-- clean hånds at a tribunal where there is fending the position l huvc herp laken. no respect ofpersans. The extension of the right of s ti (Fra 1 That the foreigner, by his very act of coming ,-imong us, lias comc lo liie tie- to thc blacks is not tinijroceder.tod it is liberale conclusion ihut out- in.stitutiofia not a new irieu. Wc havo examplos rire i'ounded in and that lie c.imos ni tUe stntps of New Ilumpshire and a determinntion to know and rcoeivoa my Ita practical workings havo bcen i this is a land for tUo i am bound to a voice ccmes u tjus from States every nation linder heaveti, and a and says it is Deneficial to tlle of gratuude tluit ilows in human use my exertions to placo all men, with- 1 practicabla to the whitos. h is re- prompt them to action, to out distinctton, so far as polmcal action cnn subserve this end, upon ah equaiity And I should do injustice to myssll did I mov a raco ing a barrier aeuiust ihe progress of to o.xamlnation, in order liiat co whiel) ,he !aws might understand w hat should be they not say lliat this is u chcerful duty; f'or chal'.els "for the j Umi dfgradcd, and made them goods and wiy when tiiev asstimsihs'; t i .1 "i believingas I do, thai tins report and th nvarice of tho human ty of vvho govern _ It provos ls to bc And wnshouM mset them a come haml, am! net with or Bcntimsnts l may uttcr åre founded on l rcal.0d, as some wou'd like ro make _______..... principles as trulhlul nnd as eternal as bcliove, from an influx of the astiingent code lo crlpple any desin thetluons of the Almiglity, I can antici- bl.ick population. It proves that to ihemselves citrons, so n-, pate, i! not m my day, ihe final tnnmph arc l fights aie ccncornod, in the land ofihcir of ihis, the oiily prmciplo upon whiuh sl'-ncturo of a truo republic cnn rj The first principle laid down in this re- It proves ihat a our porl is, lliat no dis'inction of color sn.ill at ]Cast reo-.i be mado as a qnalincution for elcctors. ('ajlens, and l am nn-are of tho dogradod statc in which (o ;n ,ho chains have placcu ihe Afiican race in1 that tlioy åre of enjoy-j adoption. W hen they aie pieiMrod, or ightly using the privilsges of desire to cxercise llie elective tnem as men aie wllling meilns to a. '.er i h sy have swoin allegiance, let them do it. Another rertson to ihis concljsion i.s, -hat uroiiglit ias d-'.-igt.in chains have p.accu llie Alncan race ni, socure .ls aro enjoycd bv ar.y j h vi ve made ;hs roatrictio thiscouiijry. I am awtxro of the public Llie poo states havo adopteJ, a s. sentiment which has borne down wilh T r-nr, n-ulnn. l n hoavior hånds lus poition ol Arioihcr argument v.hieli I would prc- nds ns poitton ol our e low l n f n but ihp Cirt 11 hpvonl ti s out e ,l sent is. that taxa'j.e nropptly is "t men, uui ine i.ici is me, l .cnow tluU thora nre liimcal-i ....________... i ,nt r.n strictions w'.i.ch b' sotirce pohi I ohnrse no p.irty or me, but sho ncver and I .n ndvocate of such I also know is searccly to be looked for, and i e-1 puErnant lo llic f e c l ngs of mon, and to j n T as the clearcst matter nf-us tce nnd right theeconomy ol Divine Providence. I1 a, -._ l that hobe gnuitc "li such be fcarc.l from any results growing out ty qriaii- i fication. Now, where over the negro has property that is taxable, it is admitted of Hus opening our temple _ lo i D i that hobe sriunteuthe tårne voice in tbe know, too, that tho action ot all constitu-j thc wurshippers of all nations. u is onlv otit ihe principle m" i ir -i r disposition and direktion o[ such taxos is ativc bodies, n fe w ,T as any other man. No ecuivaleni car. out as nrccoden s aeainst J -fc- bc ret'jmcd lor dcpnvinsr a man ol the i tional and equahly in t hus extendin to every male lor cicpnving a man elective franciiiso. him from all inliabilant the priviiege ofcxercismg the r'ff'nt of votine. It is  o.i o: i i .n .linr.y '-L1' ol' M.J.' on I .X, l on uliicli, f-a.d M   had gol warm, and so I redoublod my ellbris. nl'tornoon wnrc away while l was cburning. l ut last from real cxlinnstion, when sho of commariily, il is equally jusl and right to place the otlicr prriion under the same action. Ar.Jwho ii.i'il Viill ktiow, or hhould know, questions of as much ihe ono before us; and on impo lancc them ihniiku :o lug iiiendu for t.ieh liberal spoko for the firs t timo. "Comts 'i om, l Thul mon aro born frec and cqual" i of is an auslriict proposition, soli" evident, and requires i.o more proof t'u'.n ihat YVC exist, or that we possoss iba coirmon al- iribules oi mankitid. 11" pioof was neces- no slronger or more evi- dciifo coiild bo given than thc very faet, tliat upon Ui..s as a basis every cll'jrt to amcltornto the condit.on of iinxn icsls. W n live, as has been often repeated in this hall, in an age of progressive De- mocracy; an age whose clmr.icieristic is a spirit that breaks over tiie barriere ofthe through ihe disguiscs of rank and nation to a com- mon nature coming from an imparlial God. In its political efi'ccla it dis'jaros ihe prerogative of ti few lo govern, and looki to the rights of all. And whelhar i you docm it praoiicabla or u ho pratllo about Dem.ici'acy, this is oponing u gi and lav. of human'ty more conip.ehensivc thail all otl.ois, thai looks 1 l her than iho lo say v. I.o s'.i.ill l hwve i ights, and who shall bc ma'nlaincJ i m tue froo en.'oymout of wlv.t Iho God of'j l nulurc has given them. You car.not l guide i h is tcndoncy cf thc thise alone ihe barbari ccd t b ose in from iho oppr of their proteclion tcacii tho Democracv, progrosses in its ,o elcvate the g.at må. of j rri.hlb, all on the al i LJ Jll UJ10 11. Ili 111 i dåre to advocate a proncrty qualificalion thc duty of placing the b-tl.ot in to w.iito u.tilo Yoj casmot halld- l ifodge tbu you take one horn 't altempt to coJgo tue point at ;-st or tha otl.jr of "tin? (.liknima. If you o makc a property qu-t'.iiicalion for onc, VOLI must fui make f- o e to or.c, j liirc-ct anu ycu åre bojnti to makc froe lo all, What shull be the of this cou- venlion on ihis subjoctJ Tho mijorily of its mc'.rtbers claiin to to the progressive Dem icraoy. Gcntlomen while you åre arrang ng new plans and embodying prir.j'ples that v.-iil bcttur cure thc cqu'al :iru to a'men. lne u bla''Us sl.o.ilu be t.) o! o -.m ,V nnt. liuJ-: li-.oii ti e action OL" il.c ccmmnie no rccofJ of Siich is kept, :nd bv he.i'l- ing tlia main quoslion by li1.is pr.ipus limi they crulJ the coi.srqnciiv.-t-s of meeting llie a1.d uiuUisM nrr iho cvilsof a republican govorn- scrutiny u htch tho o! l.lvr.., .HPinber von shor.U dcal out m alter timo, give t exci.i 'l principle of fctial.lv; a provision that i1 j i- H. 'f'UT Al.'y. J A.M K f j A. Morisigee. Cui nov l M il.'! CWi, tf'i'l'llc, Ifanicny and i 'l tilred, (Ci'u- iLall ISuildingj, up i Hl. ,'ibieribei, lo S. 15. Cubb, l ii.-niu! and Iti.c'p'J lo.1 Htuldlr.. Hi, ili i. l''ine and H unea. ot'all de.icrii'li'in.i (-'ti'JO Collar.-, v. i.i i aulcil nol u> '.all yoar Innae-i; llrilii'ia and li'ui .1. n i-jl'cv. ry lylo, nnd all ot'nei ni lie e) uanidly 'j K, pi by lliu iru'd'', v.-lrcli ho u ili vil cbui.per tluai in llie Drug und ci.lc arc p to on all who may l'c.voi ti.em wiili a eaL 01. at, good tciins 112 any other C3lcb- iibhinetil in T.ii-y liavc retnovod lo Alden's ncw store on iltirUut ilo'ij ciiat of McKinnry's stoie) wliuiu ili.'y aie rccuvmg altnso ndililion lo ibo foriiici ulocU ol Sn-j'vcr's. n. F. STRYKEU, P. P. GllEKN. Dtb. 1S-IG, n3C r.iul De'.ainc's. splrndi'l horn 2s lo O-i per ynid, at the buttcr-mtlk in, for me to exorcise with. I nover set mysclf up in house- hold matters nfter Gaz. U to, R. SANFOIU> A ;-oo l iMMitn, rul '-i I-..1H-.1 and Cotton li-i n.i1, i1.y Nell run uiiiiiy cm Ucpiiriug II'., V, j ;i[ Ml'l OM du loWI'ilt K tul fi'Jij v-.i .Mai) -j l.nke Sneet, Al-.i'ioiuc Hall up slaiid. "'i IJACio Du.iy l-'nli, Jir-.: n t-fivtd hy l. l. 111.- Oct.______________________________ IS nnd Broatl Cloiaa of all l.iniia to bitit pareiuiaora for atdr by 15, 18'lfi. D. L f JSH'.N tons Supei-ior Griiiil-Slones for snle .H Bui.r.rs S-nmti-.rt. Aviuictv of Cainctingsliom "a. to Of nt O. L. McKiNM.-.'s. Uct. 45. bcjiuiilul nriiclc, at ,10vlC> MA you supposo there is nny doubt about my buggr.ge going to in- quircd an old lacfv of the famous wag R, whilo ho was "seeing some fiiends off" at iho Albnny depot, a few days "My dear answorod 11., sobcrlv, "it will depcnd cnttrcly on the moral instruction il has rcceived- U brought up nnswcreu tho uncomprehon- cin? "it was brought up on u hånd catt." "Doub'.ful case ma'nm, very." Ono of tho papeis was callod upon last weo'.i '.o make a curious dcniul of a skite- ment that had appeared in its columns, ohnrging a gentleman wilh being cng.i- ged in an a flå i r of honor. Hc dcnied evcr having bcen so erigwged. crime to be born wilh a colorod skin, this i viows rxnd vlemocrtxtic lil you can provo ihat tho colorod race aro not men, l lift my voicc in de- fonce of a principle which comes home use my grealeal exeition to to every icflect.ng urne! aud fecling heart. Thero is a mural res ing upon cvory meinbcr of'his housa; r.nd whonever his moral yiowcr can bo brocsht to favor a progressive spiril that piesssd race, w U niising all men to a of cquali ty, l_etl 'o plead, the same the pooplo, to lo.ive iincarori for any por- t.on of our cilizons whatevor their ccndi-i Hun, inuch they may be de- oj- grarlod. Tno negroes have s _ _.....v ,'_ right to live on our right to pro- gros'j in kuowledgo, viituo and happincss right to exeruise the powers and af- fections of know not how many of Ibis convemion will queslion. But from the very circumstances Under which they aro fojp.d umongst us, ihey åre an of our sympaihy as well as of our justicc1 Originally forc'ed from tbs-ir iiomcs, their decondants who have freed themselves claim but the common heri- tago wliicli the governrnent of the soil on Wiiich they were born gviaranties, profes- sediy, to every citizen. Born arnong us With the sarns claims of a co-r.mon give thom right-i thai demand ihe rcspoct ofthe pco- plc and the protpction of govcrnment. In giving up to tho State the first principles of govcrnment, what is return cd for the protection of individual rightsl laws t'aat åre made, altered, or rcpcalod ihrough the ballot-box. The ballot is the only means, iho only instrument, through wh.ch a security for the present and dieas for thc wiong; of the can bc seniimonls which ihcy boldr.e.-s lo when the-e lur-'-.. 5 seck to hhrink from u which l'iom their posi'.ioti they to mcct. feel it my dut-i. the imme.lidita ropresentative of i. hut ofthewhoh: pcopio. place men in a position bofore iheir coj'i- trvtnen, as as to secure to the i-hoss cause Imvo prr. iiopf direcjviv it is duty to lend alielping" hånd. j the hånds af t his as is No man ever 'regretied or over wid re- i gi'anted to any oiiipr clnss ot mon grot luving cast his cxertions in n c uso every feelmg of jasiicc. 1-5.1 ihat alleviutcs any part of the race of, liumanity calls on ihem lo bestcss. which he himself is a feliow. The Afri- cnn race upon UH, and wo should not shrlnk from u rn ard which wc morally and polilically åre bound to meot. liere is the broad prin- ciplc which th.o wisdom ofour futhers fovpn doclarcd as thp 1'oui.datimi of our ir.ati- lutions, uii'.i you muat (icolavo by the vote you givo on th.s qnostion, whether you bolieve H true, or whulher you gård it as an absuidity and a lie. Auothcr piiiioiole in A LITTLE TOO Talkiiig f.. pretcnccs, a gentleman of llii-i ci'y cenlly marr'ied a wniran lo rich, who turned out not onlv poor, t hun i t cd d H.-J which hc had to l t- J hirn however, th.-.t iho io .t w; rc j c.-iptivato him. i for the hook with Thinh of j iMi   

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