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   Democratic State Register (Newspaper) - October 20, 1851, Watertown, Wisconsin                               STATE ing; but still the old lady laughed on> fiercer, faster, shriller than before. In jushedthe crowd a full charge for the Toom impelled by the ramvotl of curiosi- ere they hnd time to discover the cause of the commotion, or mrine a clem- onslralion, the widow censed hi-r laugh- ter, and putting on -an expression of su- ipfeme -coiuempt, cooHy remarked: 'Ex- 'cwe roe, ganlletnen, Vf I liave caused veriienoe 'by-my unusual cDiiduct. I was just smiling -viand to think what foole these students made of 'themselves when they 'Vrivil to scare me with a dead 'nigger's- fivce, 1 had slept with a 'drunken husband: 'twenty The crowd inhaled, and --we, too, I "reckon, between that tirns find 'the "next upheaving of the sun. Jieiit.lcy. f t a tu 1 i m n B 1 n. 'BEM-RY DODGE, OF WISCONSIN. to the ik-'-iaimt of tt CoiircntioH Our Pliitfom. The lite Whig State chosen to reiterate the promulgated by their "that! the Democratic Convention had abandoned tho-principlesVol'its former'organixii- lum, and omitted to publish to tho people of thi> State, any intelligible or specific .declaration of its principles.'' Simultaneous with the 'ptiblica- tipn of the proceedings of the Democratic Cbn- vdntion, almost or quite every democratic press throughput, the.State, laid before their.readers those resolutions of :3C, adverted to in. the 7th resolution, which was adopted by the Convention of the 10th of September. By that 7th Resolu-, tion the "Baltimore as it is called> was re-atlirmcd as the doctrine and principles of the Democratic party in this State. Tho princi- "State November <1, 1851. Democratic Platform of Wisconsin, tVio Democracy in Statt Convention, assembled at Ma.lison, Sc.ptrmbcr H'th, J85L, iRftt'heit, 'flint 'Hie IViffuiixiii VIM tfu plnlfonn of prhwipkx tttcn tlrinwi htj Ittttf. and S.IIAS. and NATIONAL. Dcttwwtttir tinct thai tiny: Jlutl party ihns, rlwatcil iit Ilidr name, rtittfe nil t'.rtraiHMtx -itsUM anil wceivnnt'tctfs.oj jitir- lyfailli, at.'iitniicimts, cliomish, aiid I'M tlit'it' tt'.nrient'tj. Xemocratic_Nomlnatioii8, -FOR tiOVK'KKQR, D. A, J. TJPHAM, Milwcailcee. FOR UI-.L'T. GOVKRNOli, TIMOTHY BUMS, Of La Croase. FOR SKC'Y. OF STATK.   of Yox Lake. For Assembly, 2d (lis. D. D. HOP POCK, Rtib'ico'n. 4th flo. W H. GREEiSf. Lowfl, Kth do. 'H- B. PATCH, Beuvcr Dnm. Umlprv Co., Convention. On Saturday the "IHh, wo attended the Snnatorinl Convention at Dodgo The proceed ings will bo found ;ir. Mother column. The utmost harmony nful goott will pervaded llio assembly, and upon ihe nw- P'inciplesbe governed by of-'fhose resolutions passed at :Baltimore, have bren the creed of the Democratic par- ty. Tlie coalitionists, art) deriding the Demo- cratic party for not assuming a ncwcroed or put- ting forth a hypocritical set of principles, like themselves, for every new election for tho pur- pose of securing the popular applause, and' when 'their purjwses'afe answered, or their, aims defeat- ed by the strong'condemnation, of the popular voice, they'arc ready'to now 'issues, and put on another'garb of political hypocrisy, and to try a new Set of tactics. Such is the course pursued by tlio Whig party and its coadjutors, and such ever has'been tlie' course of the opposition from its first organization as the old Fedoral par- ty down through everyphase of its'existence, and under whatever name it has; chosen to Without any aim exc'c-pt in the desire for power, and a hold of the spoils, they have 'become a party of ready to assume as many shapes as old Protons, for .the purpose of laying violent hands upon the treasures and resources of the cdinVti-y to fee their own partisans, .loavin the people themselves powerless to remedy the- 'evils and rascalities' whicli they entail upon, them, under tlfc-ir corrupt administration of af- fairs. We need only to refer to- the rascally Gal- phin transaction, the Gardiner claim, and a hun- dred other frauds which have been perpetrated upon the public treasury since tho -present "Pro- vidential" administration came-in to power.-' Imbibitions Jikc these, dispUy too well to tUo people, the principles .of action which govern that band of who have linked (licm- solves together, keeping their real principles con- cealed, until they have succeeded by every spe- cies of deceit, in coaxing the people to place them in power, and now they snap their fingers in derision, or fall to whining and wheedling on the eve an oilier Presidential election, 101- ihe of again swindling the people of their in tlie event of success to again play over the same game. This is the project n'ow on foot with tlie whig party in this State, 'tKfc'icd by the old abolitionist party, beaded by Iho President of the National Abolition Convention, who stands ready to "blow hot or cold" foi'cithor party which ho thinks will pay tho best. At otic lime running on the d'etn- ocratic'licki't as a candidate, and Iwirig beaten, tir.-ns rOOmi ahd runs tip a high toned uncom- pioniising whig for Governor, who is well known to be diametrically opposed to'ov'cry principle put''forth by fli'e abolitionist ''Convention which nominated him, but yet ia styled a cne-ugli 'Morgan1' to control the veto's of tht-.t of ".rieh who nrfi over prating about consistency and potilical piiilcifilc, bat passsssing "nit very :littli; themselves. It is this 'combination which the Democratic party of this Stale is called upon to oppose, sim! they havo'chofcn to reiterate the ami often victorious principles of Ihc demo- cratic party, as promulgated by the first upoillf.'S of the l.iemocra'tic Faith. This is the head-ami front  President. The Bank Question. As was c.Tpected tho Journals of -tlie Whig party are endeavoring- to make this question, a political issue, and are 'making great hr.e and cry in Iheir endeavors to-create a division in the democratic party. It is.-not a direct proposition for the establishrncnt'of Banks, but it is a ques- tion whether Ihe people are willing the Legisla-: lure s'hbuli.1'pass V law for diat .purpose-next winter. The party professes 'to be -fhs only 1'arty'' in our State, and desires men who who arc. in favor of Banks, men who arc ericed by such institutions, men whoso -whole- in-l tcrcsts hang on their imlhcJiutc establishment in our State, to bo "sent to tho Legislature to make this -Bank Law. In the matter of the creation of Banks, we have an idea that the.peo- ple of our.'fiale have some interest at stake, as well as the advocates 61'.Banks, who expect to  friend Carpc; ter and his bride, all tho vouchsafed to mortals h'ere below, of life rest lightly on their In Walcrtown. 10th. ir.st, by V- Wiyti Mr. ANDREW 'CHAPMAN ami EME- L1NE WARNER, both of Bemver Jn Watcrtown, JOth ittst. by' Mr. CHARLES KEANF. nii.l Aliss MARY ANN MONTGOMERY. Also Mr. JAMES ERWIK nnd Miss CATHERINE McNULTlT: In yew YOIK. -Oct. I, in St. Church, by Hie Rev. Daniel Morgan, Mr. EDWARD McSHANE of Waterlowii, and ELIXA- 11KTH ANN, only- daughter of K. McMahon, ESII-, ol' Full Jiiver, Mass. Aitornics and Counsellorc-at-law anrt Stilicilors in O'liancery. Office in PoterMtti't block, over thc.Kutch Store. Wis. li, IIAI.K, j II. HV.WBAlt. nnd KxcJtemeni. at On Friday night, October 10th. the. house of Mr. about four from Ft. Atkinson, was enlured by foui men about .12 o'clock, who proceeded to 1hc room where Mr Horan and wife were sleeping, and while one of rulliaiis stood over tV.o pod with a cocked pistol, the., o'lhor.threo proceeded io i-ol> the house. Kot finding the eroount of they expected, they threatened the lives of Ho- ran and his wife, if they did lift disclose the place where their inaney was deposited. After much the wife, through feur. told thorn where to. 15ml wlial they had in the hoiisc. MILL PROPERTY FOR SALE! TPJIK siibscribor will fell the undivided one- .1 fourth of the. MILL FROJ-'KRTY known asCoIos, Bailey Cady'u Mills, of a hirgc Uriel: M ill, with -I run of Stono; a wooden 1 Mil) with run ol1 Stone, and a Corn Cracker, After taking as we feel uncertain of his exact position, but we tisust say we will not vote for any man such., an.'office unless .we have .botte.rreason to .believe he is ftilly wi.lji .us. We postpone further action in the-hnpe 'Bj-Tho Chronicle- states that the normitatioh of Mr. Farwel] gives general salisfacli'oii in the I Whig Party. Only it don't. Ask Mr. Collins friends at the west, and in the what they think of the two uccd Coalition. They tell a different talc. Ask them how titty likb Booth's Abolition Ask them, what they think of the stratagem, which come the "snap game" over A. L. Collins at the Whig Conyentiun. We.Lava had the pleasure of see- ing some of the .western -.vhigs. and when asked matci, oox how the whig ticket is guing, they hare no lies-' Station in showing their contempt for-the. whole arTiiir. DoOgc Co. Senatorial Convention Pursuant .to delegates from the several towns in Dodgo County, mot at Ihe Centre on Saturday, the lllli inst., and or- ganized by calling W. H. LANDEH, Esq., to the Chair and appointing H. D. Patch, Sec-' committed in this and ;idj retary. On motion the Convention proceeded to ballot for a candidate to he supported- for the On the informal ballot, the follow- ing was the result. Jndd 10, Lowth 30, Merrill G, Cpnnii I, Dennis 3, Blnnlc 0, 1. Onthe 1st formal ballot Jndd received 24, Lcwth 21, Merrill 5. No uhoice being made, a 2nd ballot was had, which gave Jndd SO, Lowtli S3. Thereupon on motion of Mr. Dennis, Dr Judd was declared unanimously norninnlod by the Convention... On riiotion the Chairman appointed as a county Committee for ihe ensiling year John Lowth, Fiirgtison, Hiram Barber, Geo. W. Green, Sterling M. Cone. Ou motion the Convention adjourned. W. H. LANDER, Ch'm'p.. 1H. D. PATCH, Secretary. F-mil in Dodge know of no section of our Slaie, which will he able to reap a richer reward from a thorough and ex- tensive cultivation of fruit'trees, than Dodge county. The building of a railroad to War terlown, iv.ill throw Hit's county within a half days distance from a market for lier surplus products, aside from wheat. The seasons on Rock River arc earlier than on the Lake shore by about two weeks', qnd what o'.hcr articles they' fancied, they decamped. Next morning Koran proceeded to Ft. At- kinson, and informed tin; authorities llic rob- bery. The audacity of the outrage occnsiohcd, a's migrht be expected, threat fooling and excite- ment, among 1hc inhabiunit's of tho village. A posse of about a luin'h-'.'d citixcns went to the sceifc 'oi action, when circumstances induced them to proceed to., tin.- liotise of Mr. 'JJowning living in the r.oiyliborliood yf'the Mormon set- tliiincnt, whcto they nabbed two individuals, ;ipon one of whom tlicy Jouud a Jot of bunjlars The citixons took men. sures to elicit a confL'ssioii Jrpm ihoic- individuals, one of whom owned up lo several rascalities, but was not engaged in the robbery of Friday 'night, but was engaged in robbing clothes lines in another direction. Krorn what was confessed by this man. sufficient was elicited to load lo the arrest of Mr. and three or four others, as engaged in vhis and other UurgUsrlt's joining cornty of Bane The particulars in repaid lo the affair are very lengthy, and'we give the above as near us we received it. Much c.vciit'iricnl was by the people at the Fort, and a strong force was in pursuit for ihe pnrj.ose of making furth. er arrests. Information was elicited in re-ran! to other robberies commilicd in Ih t vicinity. Husitie: si IVotlcvs. .Saw jMiil, and a large amount of surplus water. Located in the village of Waiertown. Terms made easy tV> tho purchaser. LINUS U, CADY. Walcrtown, Oct. IS, SOlf CRANK'S PATKNT COMPOUND Pntciiled ISftO, and took THE FIRST A T'lhc Stale al'Jmiesvile. at the Slntc Fair of the State of New York, and at the Great Fair of the American ibc City oi New York. Warranted tin: cheapest soap preparation now use, frir Wnsbiiisr, Balh'iiiij, Clianiii" I'aintod Wood work I'ainlcil Walls, (Sju., Wnshes with- out bmlinf, jiomnlitig; nnd even rubbing with n watli board.. Saves hall the time and labor, third to one h-.ilf lii'c cott of soap, as one pnuml will do ihu service of about three pounds of common the wear and tear of clothing and hanilson the wash board and docs no injury to !he texlnre. In bathing it the skin soft and cloar. If ynu don't lii'vc all tins, ronsitlt Oncra! King- Judge lirvaii-, and S. Unoih. of the Milwaukee Daily I'ress, who it themselves' by the box. Resil the following corlilicute from B'on. J, li. Smith; and others nf Milwaukee, and then try it your- selves, according to directions. 'We have used CRANK'S J'ATKNT SOAP in our families fur the past eight months, and pro- nounce- it fully equal- to ils We do HOI discover that, it injures clothing in the least, It is the cheapest soap in use. We would not willingly do without it. .T. IX J. li. SMITH. TURNER. 1'ut. up in jiouini pack-igcs, stamped and en- vclopeil. inul sold at wholesale Helail by the subscriber, at: Xo. 2Mb Kast Water islrccM, Milwaukee. Comity Hiijhts in siu for S5 K. .15. LAD1X ?old in Walcrtown, by OILMAN fc WAL- Al'to Law call attention to the Card of Messrs. Hall Newliull, Attornies at Solicitors. They havereeently be- come residents of our place, and can be found in the Dutch .Store brick blook. Crane's 'Patent attention of the lau'ies and others, is directed lo the advertise- ment by Mr. Ladd, of Crane's Palenl Com- pound Soap. It is i nice looking article, and if it works 'as racor.ifnendc'cl, will prove an acquisition in household economy. Tlic'ButcK Store of Peterson fcMaldanor, in the new Brick Building, recently creeled by 'that firm, is the neatest establishment of thelii'nd in nYi'd will uo'rfip'are fa- vorably of the stores in the large citi'es, Messrs. M. hayi 'rc'cenlly filled it with a neH- stock of goo'us, which togeth N 'OTICK is hereby llrat llio yuardiiin of Martin Hijijfins. Ann and William minors, by of an order of ihc County Court of county, will sell at public auction at tlie William Tell House, in tho town of Kmmetl, in said comity o( lAxIge, on the jaili day of Novomln'r next, at clock in Ihc forenoon, the Northwest quarter of the i-ouvliwrat of Section No. 28, in Tr.wusliipNb. 10 north, of range No. Kast, shnnte in Un: town nf Clym.-in in caid county, and forty acres. Oct. 20, led Mr. F. to be led "like a lamb to the slam 1111 vv nu nun i3tii_t.i (Tuvu tJV t i i t i i stratagem in defeating Mr. Collins, and compel givea our Dodge coupty cr the elegant fmish of the shelving, nn.i counters, gives to the whole an air of neatness and lasle, which is a credit to the enterprising gentlemen who have got it up. If any of our citizens doubt our word, all we liav'o to ask of them is tu take a look through I the establishment, nnd by purchasing a bill of goods, show to Messrs. Peterson Mai- daner, that their efforts to beautify our town; with the handsome "jr.ilding which they have W'c pily Mr. Favwell in .being compelled to ride upon tlie two platforms laic! out for liiin by Booth at the Watortowu Convention, and King Co., at that of Madison. We do not desire to quiz bijn, but we would like to know what he will do if elected, and a bill 'estaolishing banks is presented lor his signature Will he Ije bank oi-anti-bank'! It' a memorial shoibd be passed in favbv of Fiee Trade, what'fani'of atsdilcitmia wdiild betake? .If the democracy shculil pass resolutions condemning the Fugitive Slave Law which rule of 'faith would ho lean That of or Madison. individual capablc> of standing oh hm platforms, of course is capa- ble of answeriilg; snch qiieries. Our Wr.tertown cotemporary styled theDcm: ecratic platform a farce. What wo shall style the Whig Convention ahu its proceed ings is 1111- certa had got into the ring, and areendeavormgto come a hocus pocus game upon the spectators, by get- ting up a. pantamonie in which .tho principal ac- tor is.made to assume every species of distor- tion, and giving utterance to both sides of an opinion at once. Such trash may ilo to plcaso the men grown are not caught with such chaff. friends that much advantage over the. Mil- waukee cuHivator.s, which is worthy of cor.'- 'si'deration. There is. no reason. why tho fruit market of Milwaukee, cannot bo sup- plied by the interior counties, and vidunls who take time by (he forelock nnd SBt out and take good 'care of th'eir orchards of apples, pear and plum, will realize more than.the best among'theiri can how do from their.grain. Th'e Building of a central line1 erected, and that tho taste-anti neatness with of railroad, from Milwaukee through Water-] .which they have stocked it, is appreciated town stretcliieg- away to the northwest and reaching and controlling the trade and travel of Minnesota, is one of the things snro to be, and when accomplished it will open to the farming community, advantages which they liavo never.dreamed of in tlieir philosophy. The huckstering business, that of the farmers their fowls, eggs, butler, cheese; honey, and other etceteras, which in. But it looks to us as if a pair of clowns tliey nra now glnj to dicker for store pay, will prove of vast'benefit to our country friends. They will be enabled to command the cash for all these things, which will bb are some 'men in this world, who have such a natural avcrsion-to truth, that they cannot utter it when its use would answer better than falsehood. The last Chronicle states that 'the Assembly Democratic Convention at Center; on Saturday last, broke up in a row, and that the friends of Mr. Sullivan withdrew in dis- gust, and intending to tun Mr. on the stump. We have1 Iwen requested by the' friends Mr. Siillivari, to state that the''assertion1 of the in a substantial manner. The ladies will find a splendid slock o'f fancy 'dry goods, which the proprietors and elorks arc ready to show them, and dispose of at a small ad- vance. Call and see if nothing more than to look at th'e handsome establishment. Ji Cfuincc for attention of capitalists is called to tlio advertisement of tnvus R. CADV, Tlis properly in question is vary desirable, nnd tho water power ono of tho best in the State. Jlluslratcd Treatise on Domestic. taken by the purchasers to" the city for retail- belnS a luslory of the Horse, ing. This ia one of the benefits of railroads I Mule' Cattle' Swine, Poultry, and to the farmer, and if they will go right to Farm wlth for iheir Man- work and sol ont orchards and take care agfmont.'.Hroeding, Crossing, Rearing, Feed- Mem after they are set, they will find in the j and Preparation for a profitable market end, every reason to be thankful that they have followed our advice.. Fruit noticed a thriving young- Nursery at Oak we passed a day o'r two since. We-believe it belongs to onr friend CLOUGII, who is getting up quite a nice establishment. His trees look thrifty, and appear to be well cared for. We do not know whether life has any largfe enough Chforii'eleisafalsehdOLVanA.hatthey have no ,for bllt'.wri tlltnk ou'r DodSe County I friends Should find out, and patronize him tiause to complain of the'nomination made.- They consider tlie remarks' of the Chronicle as a libel upon tlic prtlitic'al integrity of Mr. Sulli- they-calculate'-'to show tKeir contempt Indian laneauj Esq. informs us that the annual Indian payment comes, off oh the 20th November, at Lake accordingly as those who SBt the first-trees will reap (lie best profits when they corrie intobeariiig.. Now to the day of Election. Democrats are you organized? If not Every frame will be tried to ducei've you, by o 11 r Also, their Diseases and Remedies; together with Full Directions for the Management of the Dairy, and the Comparative Economy and Advantages of Working Animals, Ihe Horso, Mule, ILL. thor iif "Compcnd nf American The above work contains more than 40 Engravings and Portraits of improved Ani- mals illustrative of the different breeds and various subjects treated in it. TEN OTICE. .Tnfl'erson County Court, In Vrohnlc, .Icflcrson, Oct. 7, In the rnattn- of the estate of W Kidd, dflcessed. On reaniirr and filing the of Jernsha Kidd, adiiiiniMratrix of estate, showing that it is necessary to sol) the whole of th'c real estate of deceased, ill order to pay the debts; and praying that license be loner (jr anted lo siill unid real estate, it isordcrcil: Thiit said petition bo beard on Monday, Ihe lirst day December next, at one o'clock, p.m.. at r.lie Court House at .It'llmon in said county; .when and where sill persons interested in said, arc; hereby directed to appear and thow. cause, if any there be, wiiy a license should not bo. granlr ed lo said adnv.mstralrix to sell said real curate; And it. is funhcr ordered; That notice thcre- ol be fiivcn to all persons iiiicresletl.by pub- a copy lliis order for (our weeKS sue- cessivcly prior losaid day of inltie Demr oci-atic iStatc Uegisier, a weekly newspaper pub- lished at 'Vnterlown, in said A true copy, WILLIAM t. D Attest, Win T Butler, County County, ludge. Jclf-irson PROBATE NOTICE. County Court, In Probate, Jeflenon. Ocl fi, IN the mutter of the estate of George L. Rob- inson, deceased. On reading and tiling thcpetir lion of Ann Hobinson, widow of Gcoi-gc L Rob- inson, late of the town of Palmyra, in county, deceased, among other things, tlul on the day of fccplember last past, at his residence in the town of Palmyra aforesaid, the said deceased died intestate; arxl that he led real and personal estate within county, to be administered; and praying that ad- ministration of said estate bo fa-anted unto her, Ihe said petitioner, am! unto John Morrison ot" llio town of Troy, in the county of in this Slate; It is ordered, That saidpeljtiMi Ixj heard on Monday the Ud day of November next, at one o'clock, p.m., at the Coui't House at Jcf; fersnn, in saiil county. Ordered further, tha't notice thereof be Riven to the heir of de- ceased and 10 nil persons interested by publisli- a copy ol this order for three successive jirior to said diiy of hearing, in the dem- ocratic Stale Register, a weekly newspaper pufe h'shcd at in said county. A true copy, _ WILLIAM T. Attest, Win T Butler, County Jiulg County Judge. 8S'w3 NOTICE. WE, Ihc subscribers, iK-ing ty the Hon, the County Court for iho Bounty of .leflert-on, in the Sftate of Wiseoiisiii, cinners to receive, examine and adjust all claims and demands of all persons against llic of Svcn Gahr. DjorkniMlcr, lato of the lown of KOB- konong, in said county, deceased, and all claims and (Icin.iiuU exhibited in offoet and FIX months from r.iie (irnt day of September 1 I last, licinuf Allowed Ijy court for that nur- Catalogue of Agricultural and Horticiil- we.lo hereby KivC tural Implements, sold by'A. B. will attend to the bumrieni nf our said tfipmnt- Co. This worlt contains about 120 ''welling house of 0. G. Harnmar- i t i i in the lown ol Koshkononir on tho and embraces almost everything that can be. Juy oi .December, A IS.Ii, atl th. fim called for nt an agricultural wa'rcHousc. of March, A 1SW, from nina o'clock, inilil four o'clock, p.m on each of taiil Grand dc Tour flows for sale at the HUTCH STORK. PLOWS Mill, Circular and X Cut Saws, for by oct20 _PETEPLSON ArALDANJEH. olid1 !o rent, ai. 7) ENT- STORK, of taid JJalcd this Slh day of October, 1S51 (iUSTAS MELLBKKG, UANIKL THICK" 'BOOTS. A few cases jus: ice and for at a low price at [Wl-i]   

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