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Whitewater Register (Newspaper) - September 21, 1860, Whitewater, Wisconsin H. Building T mail to j w j ill j OF j inch ly io no j j VOL. 4. SEPTEMBER 4 j NO. 183. wt V I tinned and The Whitewater Register BOOK AND JOB PRINTING The Duty and Responsibility of the would seem a and State H not ta of BOOK AND JOB PRINTING at will compare favorably with of M or yet it is so simple that I Suck the power most of elucidating it. Look at as well may and ought to retain th. t ing into every of tie habitable she now exercises She will to do mny dj every successive -th 3 power of her and more and seems to delight in sending forth to the popular element of 3 Democracy into the lor the fe Citizen 3 It U a bright September sun that is shining upon us such a sun as pleased with the remembrance of her own ft Jt f UAV i graco the close of u season which has been crowned and unknown even to her own It ia such a sun us pleased with seeing the growth of a noble capital in a great be supposed to send oat to minate and to make effulgent the beauties of the place on which urti It is such a September sun as wo might suppose with the efforts of good lovers of anxious to secure their own to perpetuate that freedom for the enjoyment of administration of her In many tho though more aris is still less than our The British empire exists to-day and gradually adopting the great truth that the British empire is to it is the we ish people who are to m thut empire enjoy and it. the other great European JM wer which seems to stand firmer now limn and to be re- t Ul in sum i A. Si a j. Foreign i to CUE K. M. 0. I i. i ml k. M. in a stylo in the BUSINESS CARDS ewing her career of pr and glory under the of a new m F of their and to extend its blessings j adopted the principle ol universal throughout the whole and for all i and the empire of nee is a de- Tho empire And why De is in Germany to i liberation of the people of its and the cise of universal And Italy all along the c Mediterranean to tho dr n s rising up tional by itd universal in tao Having in POWER JOB of out Orer Out are enabled tc do the ner of Letter iy bo dune else in tins Our Jobbing Department mler of on a assortment of r anil that tho v bv the I promptings Kl M. 1IK.MIY bv k II of bo and Best Assortment Of in this ami are ed to do all descriptions of Letter i j i Bank 1 Ball i f labels may have sent in token of sympathy with such n noble race 15i.it. bright nnd cheerful as this hour my heart is oppressed I am unable at once to myself above the ness of recent and painful I obeyed the command of the people of to appear before them on the day of and as I approached tho beautiful if j power by the action of t I may so call the city that crowns the shores j Now if in the old we of Luke entrance to mont and empire are cut Benched this had because I had become habituated a come that should be distinguished by the light of a thousand and by the ces of music and of But the angel of death passed just before me on the and instead of footsteps lighted with the greeting of thousands of my j found only a thick us only nature's darkness can by the ing and of mothers for the loss of and refusing to be I have been quite unable to rise from that den to that instead of the voice of a kind and merry and Denial ty of renewed the principle of tho limitation of se whole where and came over tbe nation n tide of tho of coming on us with such fearful surpass almost our power to describe de- What have we seen since that was Oone We have seen the people of the United for it is of no use to cast the on or or statesmen extend slavery all around the coast of the Gulf of AYe have seen them take Texas into the and agree that she should come in us a Slave Shite and have the right to multiply herself into four more Slave TVe have seen California and New Mexico conquered by the people of tho United with the deliberate con- not slavery should be extended from the Mississippi river to the Pacific You have seen the tion of the United by the consent of the until that Constitution instead of being a law of freedom and a adel of hum tin has come to be by the affected judgment find ing consent of the highest of the United yet enjoying tho confidence so strong in ted tary no empire can stand Democratic P. United States of Ansc long you can hold thes union or maintain one as it yields the ok around over the and say how in a federal common authority here except on the princi ales of support of the to be ft tower and bulwark of human of African j arid you have had now by the of the United which yourselves brought into that i wherever the Constitution of the United i States it not freedom with the eagles of but hateful chains und i If the principle which you have thus permitted to be I is then there is not an arsenal within tbe United not u military or i naval school of the Federal riot Federal not a and not a ship that traverses the bearing tho i American flag in any part of the where the the normal the law by which men are to be held and tried arid and yet I have seen that they never principles of it is easy to talk about I men prate of it by tho and o 1 mire and shout I heard only mourning and 1 I for and express the r reverence for tion in tho To the scene seems somewhat because it curred in your beautiful but it was not merely a municipal It is a calamity and disaster thut befalls the and strikes home dismay and horror to the bosoms of ail its for these were zens of the State who have and those who survive are the the desolate and orphans who are be- Let before I take the liberty to bring this subject home to the State authorities of and to ask and to that nothing may be left un- if there is yet anything that can be it is that you of tbe 1 is not a law by which every man i North-west above a i j whose ancestor was a slave is a and by and all the to rec as the great l- element of the the system and which property in not freedom of is the normal condition of society un- i der the Federal system of I can only ask you to consider for a moment i how near you have coma to losing i thing which you enjoy of this great interest of The battle culminated at last on tho fields of How severe and ur by both con An racy is the government in which the few privileged own the arid the many unprivileged work or in which the few privileged own the and the borers work for In either case the laborer works on and under the constraint urn in either case he to dreadful takes that which of the owners of the Iu id after the wants or labor or both rescue a single sufferer from that j are The labon r must rest content system practica to tha shores of the Gulf and to cut the Atlantic States from all i with the sister States on the and so to extend slavery from the both restoring it throughout the whole You will say this was a very but it was far from It was anil for a time seemed fearfully probable probable for this that the land must have and it must be either the labor of freemen or the on shorter at and at and to bring to the with the privilege of be ng protected in his j labor of Introduce slave labor in torts of social and of a re- personal and the powers of the j any way that you and free labor is Any other Office in this County overy IN COLORS AND W is made ar- 1V1M Magazines and at ill n iil it To XT i t art. AllE OF no public the orphans who fire left to wander on the streets by the lake it is P. political law and when I say political I mean a higher law of a hiw of empire for the last three thousand so long aa we have records of made its way constantly are exercised by the owners of i pel and avoids it. Slave labor was i labor and of i into the country by the opening of Here then you see I h .ve brought you to j the African and when the of the great problem of tory of tbe in the interior of society in this rt public It is j the was open to slavery with your Is there any that in the United j consent and nothing then would have j the citizen wilt be the owner of j remained but to restore the the land lie If there is j rican slave trade for it is prohibited only by any part j of the United where the j a and the same power that made the and that it must continue to j labor or the land is by i law could repeal and abrogate The same move on westward until the tides of the re- j there is a place in which che Democratic power that abrogated the and of the decaying civilizations of merit has yet had its or been tho world on tho of the Pacific i permitted to work its v ay So a year 1 have seemed to j on tho other hand L where you she value a score of i AH T A. T. Kit CO. 1I1UGK. 2IST their find at Tanner Tho ovor for in up on rlin will ox of its ail it is ami for at the us tho wishes in interested in null examine this A. i 1-StJO. PLO I Plows i TO THE i in agri our i FALL STOCK OF i now into a that will to follow the track of empire in its westward march for three thousand 1 stood but uiro on the hill of I stood soon on the of I found myself on the banks of the Still advancing westward I rested under the shade of the palaces of the and trod the of the now renovated of From those capitals I made rny way at last to j the City of established empire j for the present generation of and of j over the destinies of Empire moves far niDre idly in modern than it did in ancient The empire established at Wash ing ton of less than a. hundred years It was the empire of thirteen Atlantic American Stilt practically the mission of that empire is Tho power that directs it is ready to pass away from those thirteen and tilt hough 1 no man can monopolize the land which an- J other man is obliged to much less j the labor by which the lands or which your fields are cu you are en- arid estt and mise in 1854, if the to establish slavery in Kansas had been have after a short bold daring have repealed the prohibition of the African slave that is yet a possibility for disguise these issues now before the ican people as they may he disguised by the I rd on But you ail Democratic yet it is nevertheless 1 thut has not always been the history that if you forego your of our whole at was j tion and resistance to if this popular not the condition of part of it. Some j resistance should be or two hundred years laborers were j for any then the African slave and tho field to be cultivated was j which at illegally renews itself private citizens of the Atlantic j along the our Southern driven as they said by he cupidity of the j gradually steal up the until tbe British of j tired with a hopeless slaves into tho and then I should become and African the of land and j very would once more become the n the whole At- The system pervaded If it had i ot been interrupted it would have the continent of and instead oi what you and of what you are a part and of what you instead of in from the eastern and although and exorcised un j der the and national i states into the prairies of the and l of yet it is now in tho very act j of m Europe all over of beinir transferred from the thirteen States 1 the United you vould have had in east of the Allegheny Mountains and on the j tho this dt y the Boston and coast of tho Atlantic to the twenty the S tat that lie west of live of the the is alread in the plain that stretches between the H claim o any other any in ifin other plow v. will sticky nny r Our process of ami wt for ii it not tin o. of STEEL CAST IRON 140 C O P L O W S Cultivators unit OH n o nt o sizes th s in the i best Co. Charles C f Hats and Caps. BOOTS CHEAT FOR AT New York merchant laborers instead of freemen intc the and away from their base the base dispersing them over the entire valley of the the Rocky The political power j That VOL Id have been the here condition of civilization on this jit has been foi and fortunate lakes on the oast and the of tho for that such a ration of the on the and vou are heirs j provided by nature for the to it. When the census shall j improvement of human society and for the you will be found to be the i human has been masters of the United States of rested so soon and you will see how tous it Is for one you com- pare the condition of and of and of am of and of and of all th free states of the with the islands the and through them the dominating power of the a Our if I may say that I belong to that eastern and falling instead of the rising western tho sion of the thirteen has been cally And what is Just the mission of every other power on To re- to produce a new and greater and better power than we have been to introduce on the stage of twenty new and to prepare the way for twenty before whose risin and splendor colonized just at the s time that the Atlantic States were cok and with the condition of An a whole and entire new continent unding in the most luxuriant vegetation ac 1 with the greatest resources of absolutely re- to a condition of -j civil and ever renewed mine .is The salvation of A me from all those all our own achievements pale and fade that hava befall m the southern it i We have done this with as much as people ever ex- fay saving the broad domain which you and these other forty States are to saving it for your so fur as we had virtue surrounding it with barriers the intrusion of tions of the li the result of bold and firm procedure on the part of your ancestors and k s than a hundred years The government of 3 United States was established in an auspie ous The world had become arou ed to the injustice V. St. Charles v Corner of aad j and as as the cy of the system of 3i.werv j and the la of the United rising up to the Dignity of the deci- sion that was before ti. determined to prevent the further ei as far and Because you arc to rise to the and exercise r. you are to the ancient and honored thirteen that opened the way for you and marshaled you into ibis fast as to secu e the abolition of nor are you to cast off the new i African It was under the influence States of the But you are to lay still i of a hi and to erect stilt more j merit like noble columns to the empire which i ei itself a slave y like the State of our and which it is the New determined so far as her manifest wilf of our Heavenly Father shall ji power and her command the reach from the shores of the hikes to the J slavery cet se by f i f .IT t -Ta T t ft. no humane that ev n tie State of Gulf of and from the Atlantic to abolishing African ful trade of the American all these evils would have this abandonment of the Continent of North America to slavery would have and have been bad ance to it depended alone on the people of the original thirteen were dv overpowered From one end of the Atlantic States to the there in scarcely three States which did not de- clare that henceforth they gave up the and that they were willing the people of the new territories might have shivery or and inight corne into the Union as i Slave States or as Free just exactly as they that had what would J have that the people who had the right to slavery if they had the right to get slaves where they j How then were we saved It seems almost j as if it were providential that these new j States of the the State of the State of the State ofj the State the State of j founded on this reservation for freedom that j had been made in the year 1787, matured j just in the critical moment to to j rally the Free tha Atlantic j to call them back to their ancient j to nerve to sustain them in the contest I at the and to send their noble and j true sons and daughters to the plains ofj Kansas to at the peril of their and cren of their if need the pre- cious soil which had been abandoned by the Government to slavery from the intrusion ofj the greatest evil that befallen j our You matured in j the right And how came you to How came you to be than we of the Atlantic States The reason is a simple perfectly Your soil had never been polluted by the footstep of a Every foot of ours bad been ed from You are a people educated j in the love of and to whom the j practice of freedom and democracy j for every one of you own the land you and no human being that has ever trodden it hta the of a j And yoa come from j er regions You came from the j where yoa knew the of You j came from Germany and from and from Holland from and from and from all over the face of VV V in f Howe's Standard S. the Pacific It was a free would the cessation 1 where you by experience domestic in the second the that result from aristocracy bv declaring tha her consent to the and And you i ment which and it was a of i such on j Sewing 45 Weigh out of All on i For Sale K. RK 1 Af A so a or indeed on any has t cession of nor of the I before I that wben of which you fa beautiful a you consider what magnificent you was given with Uie expr that it have before to iay your hand on tbe j should never be ho ae of slavery or Atlantic and to extend power to f voluntary the Pacific and the great com- j I seed of you will appreciate you that like other of the It is only to be done by man society to 4c wd to advance tbe maintaining ihe Democratic system of j welfare of 1 id its There w no name given under unfortunate heaven by in this nations bad after the pc can be from and tban acts for tho of liberty OB the I to many North American brought away with joa from yoor tbe tbe education of Yoa came than at the right Yoa Yoa You by Ibe Almighty to rescue aad whole continent from duty to or More beneficent BT than of angle tkat Kw Ohio river and mod pt 1 fiad to yoa worthy of Art It does not need that I should stimulate you by an appeal to your to your love of or to your to perfect this great to parser v ere in it until you shall bring the government of the U. Vo hereafter us it stood forty years a tower of and a the op- pressed of all instead of a bulwark of I prefer rather to deal in what may not loss pleasing to and that is. to tell you that the whole of the responsibility henceforth ly or indirectly oa tbe people of the Abandon that and very extends from the Gulf of Mexico to the Gulf of St Lawrence on the Atlantic There cart be no in commercial and manufacturing communities to maintain a when the democracy themselves do not want a There is no virtue in Pearl's in in Court in Chestnut in any other street of great commercial that can save tho great democratic ment of when you cease to uphold it with your intelligent your strong and mighty You lead as we heretofore reserved and prepared the way for We resign to you the banner of human rights and human on this and we bid you be and and then you may hope that we will be uble to follow I have said that you are to have the re- sponsibility have shown that in the Atlantic Northern we were dependent on I need not tell you that at present you can expect no effective port or sympathy in the Atlantic Southern You must demonstrate the wisdom of our by by by the firm exercise of in every way in which the human intelligence and human ment can be convinced of truth and right you demonstrate giving line on line and precept upon over- coming passion and and with with with loving kindness to your brethren of tho Slave until they shall seo that the way of wisdom which you have is also the path of The west arc sharers with you of the of this great inheritance of It be- longs equally to them and to They have plains as They have rivers as They have all elements of and power that you from from Kentucky and from Missouri and from and and you for the receive no aid or support but you will have to maintain your principles in I not in defiance for the simple that in the great 3rear 1787, when Mr. Jefferson proposed that slavery should be excluded in all the public domain of the United lying as well as that lying of the Ohio those States had not the had not the to surrender the ry conveniences and advantages of and to us your ancestors chose for the great system of free They chose and they have to drag for some years not not so long as some of you will but still so long that they will be a drug and a weight upon your instead of lending you assistance they have got to drug out to the their system of slave You as you the whole It de- pends upon You have no reliance upon the Atlantic States of the north or You have tho opposition of the Southern States on cither side of the ghany but the power is with You are situated where all ers have ever that have the destiny of the nation to which they ed. You are in the land which produces the wheat and the the cereal grains the land that is covered with the and where they say the slave cannot They are in the land that produces cotton and and the tropical fruits in the land where they say the while man cannot in tho land where the white man must ish if he have not a negro slave to provide him with food and They command the mouths of the but what is that except as they derive perpetual perpetual from the hardy sors of the reside around the sources of those mighty I am sure that in I am speaking only words of truth and The West is by no means so small as you may think I speak thus to you because I feel that I and during my mature life have ono of Although of New I am still a citizen of the The Northwest extends ward to the base of the Alleghany and does not ail of western New York lie westward of the Whence cornea the inspiration of free which spreads itself with such cheering voices over all these from New westward of the The people before me who are you but New York while you are men of the It is an old proverb that men change the but not their when they but you have changed neither skies uor I might call the roll of and I doubt not that I came to county 1 should have a 1 certainly have bad responses here from and voice and acid from and from and from Yates Bless my soul I have been laboring under a delusion all the I thought 1 waa out between the and the and I Snd 1 am on a stage in tbe centre park at at Another old And old We will not forget old nor old nor I will add but ono word this is not of this day It net the business of this year It is not the of tbe It the the destiny of society on this You are to make thu whole from North to from to a land of freedom and a land of There no power on Earth DOW no Empire now or yet that is to equal or can equal ta d tion the future of United It U not for yoa have the least possible in it. It U indeed for children of Old John at tha clow of the Revolutionary War he ut down aod counted np loam and that had and rejoiced in tbe of fur and tVr tho of tho that labored witli I that wo have done a work which to and us for to our to Almighty The Good BY JAMKS K. A man full of of all the examples of a virtous out i without nnd without thero a beautiful in his life and a n a ed with a holy a never-tiring industry in doing good to that marked out of those chosen sent by Heaven as a biasing to some chosen Cheerful without ho joined in all innocent his simple and happy in tho ness of a useful and virtuous as well ia the rational of a blissful he among his not u all those who ked in uf nnd his personal re July nt all by and by to forth to comfort the i- the nnd the Ho asked nothing for to riot in his own but in that of his and the of hia exertions soon became visible A innocent jian io appear ngain in tho ple vent forth to their daily occupations wilU that to exert in their various Begging took refuge in labors of its own and its reward in the comforts of in- ami the approving smile of who never an of rebuking tho or applauding for well he knew that all of and the idleness is but another ruime for sin tuul In blessed by such an led ly such a it not tho model of and happy and it might ho said with that neither nor was long known its are the benefits of u good combined jrood such blessing of n pious who fulfils his duties to his to his and to tho holy calling by which ho is sanctified and thim yard Tickets for the State Pair which had hew aad I even mow and bad British bat tor my gladly give place to the following ter from Mr. Secretary Hoyt explaining all about tho Fair Tickets STATK 10, MESSRS. Inasmuch as there pears to bo some in minds of interested parties as to the to the approaching State I trust you will make room for the following statement in relation then to Members and their families will admitted free to all tho privileges of tho except as for 1'ro- but will be required to pay the rates of carriage TLa payment of one dollar entitles tho person so paying it to the privileges n anil a voto at the regular Annual Meeting the ety to the privileges of exhibiting he may except for special Pre- as for instance on Trotting or anything else requiring un extra as sein by the Premium and to six gle admission But if ho be nut an the one so paid shall simply entitle him to tho privileges of An- Membership and to four admission will bo given to persons as are necessarily required to take caro of animals cri tho of the horse Department may give to any in his one Exit ticket of tha which entitle to exit and nnc admission of carriage und Single admission wilt as 2o Children under fifteen half price under if accompanied by parent or Tickets which were in IKS have been on account of tho wholesale frauds of which they were casion one ticket often being used for tho half a dozen each sing an unlimited number of The present system of requiring every onu to puy for what he gets prove in instances a little inconvenient and but it certainly has tho merit of be- ing just and and for this been adopted by nearly every ty in Private Carriages will admitted during the 1'air at single admission for 50 cU. but in every case aii gera the will bo required to have Tickets of J. W. W. S. A. S. The lustily over the result of the State election in saying We send to our sister Stales tho first note of triumph in the canvass for the All our returns conic in indicating an r. victory for the arid Ltine Our State ticket will be e1 by ten at Tho revolution which tinea last shows that the second sober thought of masses IA most complete repudiation of n. Sam Houston in Never u man fallen to low in short n Everywhere the vote tho Democratic candidates with a hearty will that puts to flight nil the miserable and which have been indu circulated tho Democracy of of of of New and ether the 1 alt We hare done our and in November next we shall poll majority for Breckinridge and Gi EAT CANAL While Virginia about to to iu con- upon a grand the and Kanawha we that the people of have in the great project of con ing the waters of Like Michigan with of the Gulf of by an uninterrupted for Tlie of Chicago bare revised the original scheme of the and Michigan canal of sufficient ity to float the largest of that bat i given want of a cor portion of the work bad upon that and for ordinary canal coct i j ml from ten to twenty of concentration of the comi of a region in Chicago to warrant this gigantic en- ter Ei or nut Girk too frequently early they forget tbe out- ThU U become are thai fa to be manly their tbat thU ii not or u until to control to hy nmH of 1 Wt too A W Jow world
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