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Watertown Democrat (Newspaper) - December 9, 1858, Watertown, Wisconsin xLJ Watertowa Bemocrat, j IX TV. .BJSJL.'JL.OTJ, Jr-j KD.TOK AND FKOriilETOK. j KCHKING.> UuiidiiiUH, Second Story, -svis. Tr.! TKI1MS OI' VOLUME Y. Business AYEB'B Cathartic Pills, j (KCCAJt AKK M.U.B TO j BLOCS AIT3 CUKE SICB'. j VOU THE C'-'H1C w ATE MOW, wis., We observe tl at th-' :IK lure ADDRESS OP THE CCHSIITTEE Olf STATE ASSUMPTION. To the Citizens and Electors of the i State of undersigned, a i committee appointed by a convention of 1 citizens, lately held at Milwaukee, to ad- dress you on the subject of a plan agreed upon a_ that convention, for the assump-.ir n of certain debts by the St-.te, ineurre.1 in aid of railroads, acknowledge iheir inability and of time to do justice to the sub- ject. Tlie scheme or plan of relief submit- ted to your judgment, has been published, '3 now before vou. It. is not preler.d- iest01' ied that it if O 0. IiBOITAHD, Ac'orrcvs OiVu-e ii) A; d'ner-6 Moc-U. c.f Mam anu. ij-.-or.tin. II. _J. WILLIAMS 1- E. A LL a J J.ESOS. At.orr.cvi Main R. Fii- I.'-. 'UDIO; i.-ilill.lillL' horns. Ci n.o. C'-nic t 'J i.-v.l. ill! O.iv i.MvaJ. Bilious Disorders nsul T.ivev C'.. This oi', r iwo'ii.l nvitt-jr vcrv nris v. n m uv: oi -i ...v. ..--.3 i one and just, it will, in the end, prev-.il; an were ,-d i" oily his ooOi t-ift nciiingeyel. M, her uewy .f beiter m it is to ll-.int of ilmn wrap, them her j if ,o bfl unjust aud rival's of city he on his journey. e c.irtain troro ,u in rilfive of I Mirary f-.rUr br.thren of ih, who h-.J laMy b-.-c-n rawc 1 to light S, hen docs rem-e o lelax ,10 h) js fouml ,-i: v o1" tho La'.c.s. tho post of at the head svretcMed to La excited 1 Cuicv- V, I-, !'.f and to iiarre. to to e of railroads, is lying over un- ijr. which The hou.es thru whob by her descriulionlof them, i to i ;-.ncio' the st.vots hung wuh richly ot strer-th mu ri.ere P Kolwithslnnd- I, is -I-.. w ro ,10 t, of cf the st.ie provded in'n'-rv'-nirTrnv-k-MM 'he. win-low, verandas were us droa.lrul_ .o.en-; fc d a how. ona hundrod ilioissiind dollar and ihat it X" B- capital; am' many n ,Wk seldom, among the _ and be lha dn of the iegislature to i 1- isn-ime ,vo "-ve MS ou the f.-rm doos sWp lorsaKO tno p.llmv .vitaw. s govern. K i.: nml W1ll uot vah b4 Thore th. a-of uvonty-fom-, had e.me to haly a.low to try nvuikin..! wo.- [Q borrow lhe V ;K, V. to assume of comnwid, ana privalion "O-il session, granted the -.l.o lh.> Modems. that invented 6r to every eilv! town and c oun'.y that v, K A oi.-.U a .M n cov.'roih a rain all over as doth a whiteWvet cloth-isleop; il cov-r, II was lull oi in -.11 .h. llU AH: w. i._.-iiulU'C. ci'r.-t-il l.iiil v.-i.h )w, laid Vii'ii' f" Iv-'-M-y Wlltf. and lost tiiiu-. ivillioii! j ____________________________ t.v.n llK-n. n u.c.'.lci..'.- .v--ln-s, u I M. Oiti'-'C i n 1 "i LL: I.ILK.i _ ____., Tm i- cii' t n P 1 t-rciv.il of tiia nios: i r.-ni-rka'j'e "iv a vr.ur r-.xit-l- Jrat'siwiithi liic.l nils, i v.-cv- sli.'.v. 1 mi- l-'.-v.-M-: i-K j .______ us. of I .an i-.sw grxiTi: On f. Tic.. I '.liii'i t rietl.orr., or flank of A T GKEAT Furniture I The BSrst FETKil MAY y; r Ai.ulih I 1 SLIli1. i on stroot. v.-hci-o Iw J.-QR CTRL: OE tho a h-.r'_r'J -1'- n .HOST i.s.AiiO.'. ATK yvii.M t coi.riv.-. Of -.tn-.l ii, l-.u-k 'I ii', -'I .jii ii: ti.e hv nnv C-v-.-i-r, 'r.; iV. GU--.M--.I for u-'v t" hini. -i.i 1 f-niiiviv to! fl-i'i-l tl-is .-''''iVi'i1. I': li'.'.1 l.v w .-II-. Dr. n-.d i-'" Pi-.r'.j-i .-MVVi-r Of in Old Stand r.: i u. .he re.'icii O! fiii, mriiiy A HU nui, ao.o -v. -------7 i.V.e of the to'.inn-y. i be kept from Use i formers not being able to pay, and the rail- iiv.u-h ;vnriiti..n to a-fd from the perui-j roads having failed to meet their ob.ip- uiiniii; of w-ii- 01 tlie which Invariably must 1 lions, the question presents itsell, what With hi M U> ST., 8TIMPSOS--S E5.OCK, j _____ of 5P O-.K', n'.l.. j'oU ft.M.U. t. ..n i ...i.., M-.M-.-.I linvi-ir. r- lifili vhole debt out and oat. A single year's prosperity would be worth n ore than h. x was en, n the pan ot tho ba-iner, 'tho of the church. a has six millions oi dollars asktjftfor. it been subst.it.liy asceru, that if nil bytheaid anj cUv bonds. Vary ht- and five, would be of little value. So of the cities and large towns, what would they be lo-day without them? Whsn they wore (ir-st commenced in this on credit, almost entirely. The basis of hat credit was the farm mortgage, cit; tow n and county bonds. They hava uialilits of our friends in proportion fited all alike or nearly so, just M mueb ion we take in them, and we those who did not as thofle who did morW merit by the terms they keep that these obligations rest on no n' Ti principle than other private and We may nppoar great in an employment Rtl.l he more Homo- ;ivn _v _ _ fTomr debts? They beea our but we often appear lit- e legislative autho. ity by rota of t
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