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Watertown Democrat (Newspaper) - December 9, 1858, Watertown, Wisconsin j IX TV AND j Second Story OI VOLUME Y Business Cathartic Pills j AKK TO j BLOCS CUKE j VOU THE w ATE MOW wis We observe tl at lure ADDRESS OP THE 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 that convention for the n of certain debts by the in aid of railroads acknowledge inability and of time to do justice to the sub- ject Tlie scheme or plan of relief ted to your judgment has been published 3 now before vou It is not ied that it if O 0 ii A Mam anu II WILLIAMS E A LL a J Main R UDIO horns Ci t J Bilious Disorders C This oi r v n m oi -i v i one and just it will in the end an were i oily his M her f beiter m it is to of ilmn wrap them her j if o bfl unjust aud of city he on his journey e troro u in of I of ih who laMy rawc 1 to light S hen docs o 10 h js v tho tho post of at the head to La excited 1 V I- and to to to e of railroads is lying over un- which The thru by her them i to i the hung wuh richly ot mu P I is w ro 10 t of cf the he verandas were us fc d a how ona dollar and it X B- capital am many n Wk seldom among the and be dn of the to i vo MS ou the doos sWp tno p.llmv s govern K nml uot vah b4 Thore th had to haly to try borrow V K V to assume of ana session granted the Modems that invented to every town and c that v K A a M n a rain all over as doth a il II was lull oi in -.11 h llU w w laid f and lost j n u I M i n 1 i LL: Tm i- cii t n P 1 of tiia i his A for it These loans in aid J set off his graceful person AHU remember an old I of baen submitted to a vote A crimson loosely epi-vnm of somewhat lue same j Q and n instance and they hava been v from his cap the a A anj approved Tha bonds have fell in mi.-n i issued and on the It was a picture soil now sweet I and oi the J in inv Kooms ono known ami 1 em Oils j id Erysipelas 31 B Kvil 1 i Er Your mis ot all is Ovv in pf have i Gout tla I'M fr iri the people of the state have been KJ i I u of towns counties and cities of tho tha Vave been fairly in tho of ruco And liis lovers vrill find these vrill find these i negotiated good requires that they he mil me lines i be paid The building of one road if lip which he wishes he could lie like ai rivals the liave us grante 1 charters in every in lo decent from the i on mo and thus one by competition Andl the and it is found tha i -t I ii 1 i- c i I i h i n i tho 1 once liy during lint lim lie those lines liy he wishes he could lie like al rivals the has un- de- tho oilier and it is found that in the depression of business now ior fire to pay was riding BOOKS these securities are no more busy o'er monotony to I tlic t e r c iv a nils i 1 mi- j us of I an On f Tic I t or flank of A T Furniture I The MAY y r I 1 i on stroot Iw OE tho a n HOST ATK t Of ii I ii jii hv r iV for t hini 1 w Dr i- Of in Old Stand i u he A HU nui of the i be kept from Use i formers not being able to pay and the to from the roads having failed to meet their uiiniii of 01 tlie which Invariably must 1 lions the question presents itsell what With llim to be done under the tuny wull I Books Vo an inquiring mind have a of the has been t f i 1 -is around tiie same lime HS it may we an in ii or.cn of where we se tlley defend their s that God and nature have given them The city town and county corporations have not ye aroused any action probably from not seeing any apparent remedy un- books it is to us like a garden a TO GOD i b Pius Tlie of j of- DJ vo se a man to kn i l Michigan and Illinois in their early history Pennsylvania and Mississippi Only in tha of the Litter has public opinion been braved to tlie bitter end and she has suffered more than all the others brand of Cain was not a greater curse to him than repudiation has been to Extracts else in lie city lee and ILL byti A tomtit OF Good 1 Oon John tha i Jd uses a and stop and o world on no other out of the vanities of of Do you his inward thoughts view of s i have mortgage ten per cetit bonds in equally 11 lot la land and the work was consequently de- for two years because the word Mississippi was named ia their ter The state would suffer more by re- his ni us this life is we have nil of in a single year than to the a CC r litlo you lieli AT Completely Preserved Bu s woise Splendid A M ST j of t n i i debt out and oat A single year's prosperity would be worth n ore than h x was en n the pan ot tho tho of the church a has six millions oi dollars it been that if nil anj cUv bonds Vary and five would be of little value So of the cities and large towns what would they be without them? they wore commenced in this on credit almost entirely The basis of hat credit was the farm mortgage cit tow n and county bonds They hava of our friends in proportion all alike or nearly so just M ion we take in them and we those who did not as who did merit by the terms they keep that these obligations rest on no n Ti principle than other private and We may great in an employment he more Homo- ivn They beea our but we often appear e legislative ity by rota of t
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