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Geneva Express, The (Newspaper) - October 25, 1856, Geneva, Wisconsin THE 1 j GENEVA VOLUME 2 GENEVA SATURDAY OCTOBER THE Will be published EVERY Y MORNING AT Walworth County Wisconsin BY ICELAND i UTTER Proprietors in second of Quigley building cornor of Main and Broad streets tho Lake House TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION One Copy one year in advance If not paid within months No until all arrearages nro at tho option of the All or communications ad- to tho publishers will be promptly attended to OF One- Each i three 00 six 00 one 00 Onu fourth ofu column throe 5 00 six months B 10 00 One half column 8 00 out- 00 column one with 4000 linos or loss paper I ml at Statute prices ir wll in nil lie ii to ridded to our Job Oili i lection it and curd fire now prepared to and m fuct alt prompt I il a Written for the Geneva Express X DREAMED DEAR FRIEND OF THEB BT 8 When the gates of Heaven last night Revealing all the stars While sounds harmonious filled the air As notes fill music bare I roe down to rest And sleeping pleasantly A dream came o'er so sweet I dreamed dear friend of Thy hand clasped mine in warm embrace Our in rapture met Thy sonl shono in thy ardent eyes Thy cheeks the glad tears wot My heart sprang up to meet thy gaze AU j And leaped against my breast first 1 00 As leaps tho wave to meet the star I Qfi nf a t-i n Wb I fin ifu Ui y That sparkles on its crest Time bears away my cherished joys As steams the bubbles bear And iti the heart whence they have gone Loaves many a weary care Tet memory shall ever shed One glimmer sea And bring to mind the I dreamed dear thee Zurich Home 1856 Written for the Geneva Express Confidence Union ia Lost BY FEMINE 1 IA V finer L v -in va U n a r v D Mile's Store H W A pi MILLER M D 1 O r r r V 1 I MI II il in iy u dm Wis All MM il entrusted to his ly to in and fun nt in and 1 r r o n A y 1 r L A in All to In m will nnd faith to Of in building opposite the A 11 n cO o u n e 1 ft i At and Solicitor in Office II JAMES LEWIS Attorney at Law J of Pence Con- mid foi Among the many principles upon which the prosperity and happiness of civilized society depend there ia not one which deeper as being i ock of all social religious or existance than true born None through the medium of which high and uoble purpose with that for ultimate nti 1 hopeful Union is the ot and ICM in its train all those varied upon all united compacts 1.0 a giddy HO is con- to any people an un- having no distrust ot unity at home aie invincible by any power fiom abroad societies reposing in mutual never can bo pierced by the shafts of mal- ice or revenge most sacred pledges of dence which interchanges the deaits society of the soul never can or will be by the evil insinuations of the malevolent while confidence is the tiue shield of defense By confidence I moan not that which prompts people super- attainment to endeavor upon all occasions to make themselves appear conspicuous by confiding in tho beat honor and integrity of those whom we are in any and every mannei connected dent States It was confidence ing as the ties of natural sisterhood to which the United States own continued and almost uninterrupted advancement in prosperity and policy in the science of eminent A government which in a little more than two centuries has risen ashes of the Indian wigwam through the ravages of reckless tyrant's usurpations to be the boast and envy of a world a trite saying but none the the value of a possession ted only by its loss Thus it is with confidence Let us but glance over the last ges of the history of our pwn country and there trace in kable characters duplicity and ly abused and betrayed Within too can read treachery and treason of the deepest and darkest dye Oh would to Heaven we conld extend our vision o'er the face of our own fair land and truthfully call Tho land of the free but ing and as seem hourly lowers the pall of oppression and unless through the interposition of a wise Providence we as It nation are to utter ruin Laws which should cause every true and noble freeman to blush with nation now deface our statute books Need we then marvel that every torian voice ia aroused to the CoME TO THE and every for the wrongs as the vain tery and base heart awakened and to vibrate in unison and oppressions Long idle whisperings deception lulled them into a calm argic repose until it has carried them thub far to be awakened from their rev by their own and to behold a nation tottering and crum bling under the deadly weight of an injudicious and iniquitous Administra tion In tho mean time the raging mania of party faction conflicting witl the best of the together produced a loss of conn dence and state of disaffection shakes our to its base confidence is is gone government is weakened the energies Fremont's On the 7th of September 1852 Hon M Conrad then Secretary of War n accordance with the act appointed Col Chas E Smith Col harles Thomas Major Richard i Lee a board to examine and report From the doings oi of the active world become latent ety languishes and a prosperous and happy world become a i But confidence is created by tual reliance and faithful performance among the and happiness mingle in all efforts W Northern Illinois A Law constantly on i mil Of lien Store Co Wis Geneva Hotel HY HUGHES Wisconsin take pleasure in in- forming the public that thin con vim i- situated on the corner of iUam nnd Oi litre since the 1st nf Hut and newly u with mini mi fir ncc and f die traveling publio of stop nt this u point for the iiiy ni thiw or in found in it 1850 if i IK mo t pleasantly HI it in the centre nl the com- i tine view ul lor former will no to merit its DOWNS CO in nil ot nnd VI ft T S Also FAIR HAVEN TERS by tho Jan Corner of Main and Broad Geneva Wis They thu -in and v nt will mild only WANTED who in of the of Fremont and in favor of iu cull F uir Tho common business of any country or community depend entirely for their upon this no matter what the pecuniary faculties of any country may be when unity is shaken and confidence no longer in the waters of prise business plays and a dismayed and wondering nation are brought to lament the dismal aspect caused by disaffection and distrust The inestimable blessings arising fioman confidence is palpably portrayed in tho rise and of our own country as also is the unhappy influence of an almost en- tit e of it It was the last ot confidence among a disaffected that that successful navigator to discover the ot thus opening the way to the most ishing among tho independent nations of tho earth It was confidence us the human mind is susceptible of that the united colonies of to declare with one voice the injustice of foreign oppression It was that nerved the mighty arm of war which repressed the host of pliant minions who to 1.1 ntn sought by oppression to and enslave the dearest rights of man ami place beneath an iron yoke tho very nobly consecrated to Freedom It was a in a ly plighted faith and the religious thereof that infused a spirit of bold defiance among that remnant band who so gloriously delivered the united Colonies to he free and Wore there a country on ing all that is beautiful in all that ib j i eat in virtue genius and the liberal aits and numbering among citizena the moot patriots poets philosophers and philanthropists of our age how eagerly would we cross the to visit And how immeasurably greater is tho ol There live the elder reu of creation the sons of the moi ing who sang for joy at creation of our race there the great and good ol all ages and the friends deliverers ornaments of their upon the Fremont claims report to Congress of the this Board it appears that the number of claims presented to them all ied by John 0 Fremont to be just and correct was 363 amounting in the gregate to almost one million of dollars enormous sum the hoard recommended the ment of only a little more han one seventh of the whole From this it is apparent that Ool Fremont certified claims that were not just and correct What an honest man this Pathfinder is and how safe it would be to place him in control of the U S Free Press This is one of the lies the Slavery press How plain a tale will put these calumniators Buchanan testifies under oath as lows in regard to those I neither know nor believe that the defendant himself individually or for his own private use ot benefit ever re any consideration for said bills or any ef them and do not believe there was any consideration for drawing or accepting of the sami bills or any or either of them othe than to procure supplies for the force under his command in California Mr Buchanan was Secretary and ought to have known all abou those claims Gov Gorman of SItn of office holder a member of the Committee o Congress to these claims He The which had bean up on my mind have been by tha of conduct in Cali and I ara to inony on this occasion to the correct ness of his whole Hue of conduct as a and disbursing Not one dollar can be traced to hi hands no property can be traced to hi for which he cannot give to th satisfactory it has and applied Speaking of Col in California Gov Gorman himself a in the can war Upon whole Pacific border no battalion behave 1 moie thin di i battalion under Fiom at No battles were er against tremendous odds Tlie of Buena even was not fought odds as weie of the by battalion under But hio who his faithfully and honorably is abroad for in- for tho benefit of hib tiMit thf of which sought o be denied by quibbling Wo expect thit this evidence will stop such miser hie libellers as the Fiee They lope to be able to find some or enough to be de- by B it we Authorities Lawyers when they wish to establish joints in a case go into court with heir arms full of books with a mark at tho pages where there are decisions n their favor We might take the history of the country and mark its pages all along down from he adoption of the Federal ion to the beginning of the year 1854 ind find abundant authority to ish the power of Congress to legislate on the subject of Slavery in the And we can bring into a court a long list of illustrious names who lave either sanctioned this doctrine by speeches reports or by signing bills containing it Here aie a few of our Washington Jefferson Madison Monroe Calhoun Crawford Jackson Adams Wirt Clay Webster Polk Tyler Cheeves Marshall And a host of others who have stood in the front rank of American manship and who assisted in framing the men who wore cotemporary with the frames To offset these we have Brooka Stringfellow Douglas Aid La Rue Esq Et omnes genus We don't know what others may think bat in our judgment the weight of authority is decidedly on the side of the power df Congress to legislate on the subject of Slavery in the ries And as six from the Southern States including ton Jefferson Madison and have signed bills recognising and ining this power it is equally clear that the authority is on the side of the expediency of exercising it Chicago Democrat The three and the Sick It is said the Union is in danger and measures must be taken for its reservation We tae before the and the Constitution sick of an attack of slavery and several doctors are called to the patient we a man with a white ravat chat he is of the regular inquires the toms and says opinion is that his patient requires a little does of Slavery This is Br chanan Laughter Then we have another whose features we cannot very plainly discern tho expression of whose face is hidden from us by reason of the dark lantern in his hand Suddenly he throws the light waver ingly nnd so that we cannot SM the real expression of the patient and physician looks at the patient and then at us and then at Dr chanan nnd all around and he shakes and shivers and says Really if you ask my advice I have nothing particularly to say but I really hope in some the patient may get Dr more Here comes the man of the school a man in whose energy and youth and perception and wisdom you can rely and what says he your patient let loose his hands and freo his feet What he wants is his feet free heart and head free What he wants is air is light is liberty Your ient will not die Loud This gentleman is DV John Fremont Renewed cheers He will raise from tha ground his bleeding friend the Constitution and bear him to a place of permanent safety rest and peace W CURTIS race the patriarch prophet apostle and martyi the true heroes of and still more of private life the er mother wife child who ed by man have walked before God in the beanty of love and viz tue There are all who have built up in our hearts the power of goodness and the writers from whose nances have shed light through onr and strength There they are safe from every dwellings and peace through our hearts gathered together storm and triumphant over every evil and they say to us Come and join us in our everlasting come and bear part in our of praise share our adoration friendship gress and work of nal of Education Supreme Court of Utah Ten itory has decided that tho organic act extends the common law over the Territory and the act being in the ture of a constitution the common law therefore all the statutes the Mormon Legislature This dors illegal polygamy and all the stat utes made by order of Brigham Young If a aian reap whatsoever he what a harvest of coats anc breeches the tailors will have one o these long days the evidence in favor of Fremont tint mi may have it in their o iu the faces of the traducers whoever or may be ago Democrat BASKS closed his great speech ten thousand phia Merchants on Tuesday afternoon u in thebe rable words Give us years of peace Let the South have all that belongs to them to them everything that does not belong to them Elect men o office who will think for themselves who are truly democratic in and then you will have time to attend to improvements necessary to ope the material wealth of the whole continent and to give the American people all the privileges that they can desire for themselves and for the dren that shall come after them I am for Col Fremont as the representative of the principles that I have declared to you I am not entitled to speak for him but I trust that your intelligence will lead you to recognize hit claims and give your unfaltering support to the young Eagle of the Mountains whom I now proclaim as the next President of the United States As Mr Banks concluded his speech three cheers were given for him and three for Col Fremont Tun CINCINNATI any one of onr readers yet have any ach for the Cincinnati Platform let thorn read the following from an Ar- kansas Whig Now thin Cincinnati platform seems to ba a pei feet hodge-podge Tom used to tell a of his dropping ik about dinner time at the i evidence of an old lady who invtied him to draw up to the table There was a pilo of pot order for ner The old lady helped him fully and he being hungry was doing to it said the old lady you will find almost sort of meat in this pie Yes said he and fish as he drew between his lips what he imagined wus the backbone of a red-horse or er Lord have exclaimed the old woman if theie ain't our tooth comb that Billy lost two weeks ago Heroism in Common Life How much we hear and read of heroism of the At age of the history did thit noble spurt expire which enabled men sub- to meet any and gaue alike on good or evil with and To do right though the heavens was the creed of those heroes lives A few such thero may have been shining nobly and strongly like stars in the moral human nature is not BO corrupt but that such men there may be again The noblest sight under most beautiful in a whole universe of bo that of one who could accept the of a the consuming fire indifferently if the one the reward and the other the con- sequence of a single-minded ance in the path of duty Such a man would leave his mark upon the world the present would bow to him the future wonld adore Great self-denying comprehensive heroic souls of this order are rare but such there have been and such there will be doubtless in all ages of the world In common life the truly roic man bears with equal equanimity the gains or the losses of fortune ing above reverses and not rising by any successes Superior to all he defines destiny and overcomes fate by the of hia simple hood The venerable one o of the steiling patriots of Xew England in speaking of says He comes whence gieat men ly do come from the mass of the ple Nursed in difficulties practiced in surmounting them wise in cil full of resources self-possessed ia fearless and in every useful prise ble iu morals with an intellect ted by nature and cultivated in fields of duty I trust he is destined to save this Union from dissolution Jo restore the Constitution to its inal purity and to relieve that ment which designed for the preservation and enlargement of freedom being any longer perverted to the multiplication of slave States and the extension of slavery of tha Louisville Journal says of Kufus Choate the Massachusetts turn coat Mr a native of Hog Island in Massachusetts Bay has gone to the Sag Nicht side of the fence ly he is a Poor Shote he must don our adoption of the original raphy One rnigh think from the doleful tones he utters that instead o getting to one side of the fence he hac got hung ia itf crown and the homage or tho martyr's rack and Rev M Nute sums up his own pi ivate experience of border ruffianism is Kansas by saying Sixty ilies have been turned out of home Many of them have had their all or Six persons with whom I was personally ted have been butchered and much can be made public n A of coal six feet was discoverd a since at Edwardsville Madison county at a depth af 30 feet from the surface of the United States in was tons In 18 35 the United States im- ported China pounds of The industry of Massachusetts iu proportion to its population exceeds that of any State in the Union T A laigo number of are now emigrating from the valley of Virginia to tho West tiring the week ending the 8th of October there were shipped from Chicago to one hundred and twenty-eight thousand aud eighty-eight of wheat Tue may do what they will with the conquered tor after making Kansas a Slave State the same machinations will make Utah another New Mexico another ern another with four or five out of Texas ami eight or ten of Mexico When Col Fremont took his seat in the United States Senate the Washington Union spoke of him as follows His character is marked by so many traits of enterprise sagacity and energy that we are disposed to suffer the best results from his participations in the civil concerns of nis county His own genius has raised him to the distinguished post which he occupies a self-balanced character will maintain him in it A Frenchman having a ness in his chest told the he folt a pain in hia portmanteau Holloway's Pills Cure for Sick Headache and Bile William Kaners of Dover Maino was perhaps one of the sufferers from sick headache and bile scarcely a day passed without the dreadful effects of there formidable put himself in the hands of the doctors but they did him no good in fact he became worse until his sufferings were more than human nature could bear and he almost sunk under them fortunately for him he commenced using which acted upon the system cleansed the bowels cleared the head and by persevering with them for eight weeks thoroughly him to health He eAer since been entirely 1 free from
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