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Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 24, 1854, Kenosha, Wisconsin i I 7 Old accordance with II 1 liU the a very general wish propose to repeat of Worship on the evening of the inst lake Shore Eoad During a recent ride to Racine we no- that the ties for the super- structure of this road were thickly tared all along the route ready for ting down at any time We notice ako that the fencing of the road both north and south of this place is going forward Our harbor and piety presented yesterday u very animated appearance Some five vessels of various sizes were inside the harbor three taking uu brick and two loading potatoes The propeller Indiana cook from the north pier a large quantity of preyed for several points we wye on lake The brig Clarion loaded with from the warehouses of Ayer and Co Those any IK know that taking up and it Kill be seen by our that the iniquity proposed bx the putting carpets arc by simony its In wo think it is are sowed mto the binding of In- which are over the of room a down or as a bud This u we shal profit by Harpers Magazine Any penson wishing the Imm Nebraska 5s about We do not that say thing to bring this before the minds and attention of our readers in all its abominable hideousness in any er relief than will the simple statement of the fact do it The Missouri mise erected a barrier against the spread of it has been repealed that very may have no barrier but that it may spread itself wheresoever its profit may lead it to flow It is the first triumph in that war of conquest which slavery has marked out for the whole of this continent It will that precisely the claimed principle on which tins is founded not only justifies but absolutely requires that every barrier in the land heretofore erected against ry shall be repealed This beyond tion will be the effort The same sity that required the repeal of the souri compromise requires also the repeal of the Ordinance of of the Oregon proviso against shivery and of every act ever passed by Congress in manner restricting the growth of slavery The fight has at length fairly commenced Slavery has itself discredited all has stepped boldly into field and proclaimed its purpose have undivided and undisputed dominion Let the Druggie come What is obe State Society third meeting Society eleete of officers took place at Madison last with the Waukesha CT i STATE SOCIETY The Meeting of the Ladies cf organised at May held in of Lemuel W Joiner of im C Ingham of Marshall of Executive S Milwaukee E Kla of A F the City of Kenosha on the 8th of June lilies from the parts of the State are cordially invited to attend Papers throughout the State mil con- iev by making notice public Order of the Ex May We CITY BANK of F o on New at the Interest paid 00 Special of Milwaukee THE A letter from ernor received Iast week in- inly can it dono very by applying to Kid who uwa binding j which he has cured a quantity have a couple volumes put up by fine Tho friendship between the senior of tho Telegraph and ourself has en- tho shocks of nearly four years lL twenty years crat Why not? If the Senior editor of the Telegraph and the editor of tho have found no cause m- occasion to private walk of we know no good reason why such of tiling should now be broken do uot the editor of cause for quarrel and certainly it will he our effort any thing of the kind Tho Free Democrat says John P Halo has as Counsel for tho in rescue case before tho U Court consin Hale has some talent but thei we cannot help bailing in j is opposed by U Tt is apprehended that were some this place on thq ler Kent an account of whose destruction by paper of yesterday says tho Boston Lawrence the accomplished daughter ot the Hou Abbott has-been presented silver service its result that power whirl holds its hawk the destiny of nations of our preset th will be Ult will sweep despots there will will but we confess wo not of any such immediate result There are so many this whose interest lays in uig when there is that we Acquiescence will bo the is done ami can't helped and we nol jeopard great democratic principles by factious ance will by of those who have an interest in emus stato of rt its much remains to be Dear whom we are do you propose to do in this crisis h-H ymi is defeat and death When you you may depend upon it the enemy j's sowing One success on part of the slave power is but the prelude to tue best of heali h and w success in Messrs King please make ness a note of Will the To so ted to our loss by the lire of Jth mst we return our heartfelt thanks to to the or others natc more than received should suable us so t-o do JNO L V 0011116 iS tell US Whut Of A trick letter from mi British Hoct to an dated tolls tho rather good ti SA OF 11 One n few daya shice a largo vessel eight or ten miles ahead wo fully believed to bo Russian as she made sail to away and showed no colon wo caino up will sho i -i in sail until sho was under top topsails wo beat UK pipo i ho ship everything was clearing was and primed the standing witli thu in their bands waiting fur tho word to lire Just as wo got good tho blackguard ran up American colors and coolly told us ha wonki havo led them lie wanted to sec how iee for Jf our tars did nut 011 me Supporters and Trusses An Ordinance 1 e A article of A beautiful quarrel while tho was iu a TOOre is weak- Miss r uu uu at cost of It to bavc been a blessed risers are made to side of large towns It seems to be an in- of his or sonie one to those who be en while from have shall be they The of Affairs of it is said concluded a treaty with Indiani by which I v i w ten of land them on Wolf river in exchange Spiritual lier to yon it is to it Beyond dispute Slavery and tho which pertain to it are now the on- ly questions of political interest before thu country Which side are you and the so-called democracy are straining every nerve to build up this most infernal despotism and aristocracy mean what you please you may liavc.such mental reservation as you sec lit but if yon give aid and comfort ly or indirectly to this aid this growing Slavery has drawn sword and thrown away the is its leader Shall we accept the If your convictions are for slavery go with and help it but if you want freedom for the land for Heaven's sake in the sis now at hand act like men of common sense and unite as one man to effect thq ril o May 20 1 lie following are a lew of the sol the KOMI'S LyNm a diamond Thompson Libert Jlall Co oss r J 11 result Wood v t Williams Son II St Louis If 111 Jas Co M Wisconsin Leather t Ridley and Donsman Milwaukee Mills Co rich Chicago and large quantity for persons in the interior of Wisconsin and Illinois mostly insured in York A great race occurred at a on Friday and was run in the ever made in heats were two miles time 4 mm sec and 3 min 43 see competitors were Fanny Fern One Joe Ellen first named was and the kind of No 1 Lard Oil Just at Council a ax live t he of m Will open shortly in with new new Wardrobe J j v til first will be I roll lx Rii of flu loi so livid lie value k h or SKC Tho Assessor shall the room in lie t X and W i- roi 2 P M- Merchants of Milwaukee met together and resolved that after the 1st of June next they will not under any circumstances cither ment of or debts or cr purpose take or receive the fn Erie and Bank of no Michigan and the Stock to ratify the Canada c BOATS FOR v boats are nearly finished to a between Cleveland and the kault this summer They are to be of 1000 tons burden built as and compact as the May Flower in the most Detroit Line at 2d do 3d do 4th Steam Soat do 1st Imins road with all tin Ohio York tho New England Slates is an direct landing I i CHICAGO Maj or the purpose of may sud review us Ion B s the self m respect m the valuation any mil estate assessed s or sneh assessment ft Tin Assessor when he shall is duv of j Piisscngnr Office and Market U at one of the lors of the Eichmond Enquirer died at Richmond the Garden City will be r total May House iimes U S term but effected of the whigs refuse -o Foster term andi Gillette free dem the short term Kent insured 000 Buffalo Cleveland THOSE GOODS ho has been so lon along and he will for E-W BUNN mont thc City Council Pn I n tl Conncil shall examine and c the said Council shall Prints A CROCHET Witcqnam: a patent appjjrat the At pf ij ao i v corrected the Of SIlch assessments such per 8 Jt shall SB the of the under the oft the make out a schedule of all the contained in said assessment annexing to each let and parcel of pf Ladies and and far by h parce o sessed for uch ur in such year the Cit 1 C Men Passed May
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