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Kenosha Telegraph (Newspaper) - February 4, 1853, Kenosha, Wisconsin VOLUME xm TELEGRAPH TERniS OF One column per year One half do One r a column MU DO KENOSHA WISCONSIN FRIDAY FEB 4 1853 NUMBER J U EXCHANGE OFFICE Real Agency Tbo Law 1 M will practice In the I Chilli rorr H mid In r lu on i il to nil i prompt H In Ki f thi by office im- JT J U II Kl I W al KMl of tin r w In II f Muni JOHN TT Si r dt A writer in the Providence Journal thai ilit consequences of Judge Curtis As much misapprehension prevails in the com- munity u to the decision of Judge CurtU and its effect upon the Maine you will allow me to sny 1st Judge CurtU does not declare en that tlic law is lit conflict with tho of the United States 2d docs not declare or intimate thru the main principle of the law is in with the of our own other he duCH not decide that the Legislature has not n right 0 restrain Control or suppress the sale of or that it lias not the right to punish liy tinu nuJ those engage in this or to order the officers of tlie State for and as tiro intended for illegal sale He simply declares that some of the by which end is reached under tlic present law are in conflict with certain articles of our State Constitution ad Upon any question under our own decision has no binding I authority upon our State Courts They have con- current jurisdiction Judge Curti.i in decision luvs rude over some decisions of our and in return tlint Court has equal to over- ride the whole of hi 4th the reasons above stated no man is OF REAL LETTERS TO IM In in Iwi Af f K M s and Notary in presuming that the law or any part of it is overthrown and that therefore lie may engage in tho in liquori with impunity 5th It mnv be further remarked that During and after great battle of litz addressed a series of brief and touching letters to They are pended to an article in the last number of Harper's New Monthly and they will be read with more than ordinary interest The great captain evidently cherished the deepest tion for his wife and no portion of his history is fraught with a more romantic charm than that in which he turned aside from the cares of state to bare heart to the idol of his early devotion The ing are the letters alluded 2 Oct 10 o'clock A M am still in good health I start for Stutgard where I shall be to-night The great commence The armies of Wurtenburg and of Baden have united with mine I am in good position and I love you 12 Oct 11 o'clock at night My army has entered Munich The enemy beaten Everything announces the most short successful yot made I am very well Tho weather is however frightful 1 change my clothes twice a day it rains so incessantly I love you and embrace you KOI t j 10 October I have been my good Josephine very much fatigued During ill tho days of an does not touch the laivs so far us j I been drenched with rain the of arc The my frozen This 1110 l little ill To day I have ob- yf It'i eighth sections of tho law stand entire mill under them n or common I seller of liquors mny be proceeded by any court of competent Commercial Peril We take the following suggestive para- graphs from Hunt's Merchant's Magazine for January The topics possess at this time more than ordinary Our merchants have never yet enjoyed such prosperity Breaches of mercantile faith or failure to meet cial engagements have been almost unknown and thus the account exhibits a range of entries all upon the credit What is the question asked or on every side Have we reached this hight of prosperity only to make our fall the more Is the course of commercial affairs always like a segment of a circle described by a child's swing and can there be no progress without a ding Has the world grown no wiser with ago than thus to toil up the hill with the certainty that the ground will all be lost again 1 These are thoughts which will come to many during the long evenings that will close in upon the first days of the new year There are it is true some signs of evil portent Wo regard as the most dangerous BY False Prophet and fit yonder window stands the wife The clock has tolled the small hours yet her face is pressed against the ving in vain with straining eye to pierce the darkness She sees nothing she hears ing but the beating of her own heart Now she takes her seat opens a small bible and seeks from it what comfort sho may while tears blister the pages Then she clasps her and her lips sire tremulous with mute supplication is an unsteady step in the hall she knows a time and oft has it trod ou her She glides down to meet the wanderer heavily against her and in maudlin tones Lake Shore Railroad To ami Councils of the if A company has been incorporated by the Legislature of Illinois to construct a Railroad from by the way of Waukegan to the Illinois State Line to intersect a road in contemplation of being constructed from waukee by way of Racine and to said State Line This company has been tho route surveyed and ample at their command to secure tha immediate completion of the road This company was organized and measures taken to secure the tion of the road in the belief that when they should reach the Line they w Late from California New York Jan 18 Star of tho arrived thw morning from San Nicaragua ing dates from San Francisco to the 1 rims 400 passengers Tho Oregon and them Light San Francisco for with in gold dust The passengers bv Uie Star of lus vA were brought down by tho Brother than The Barque which cleared from Sasi Kong on the of ber with jus chor when the crew made a upon the with knives driving them all board But afterwards retook the Tho Chinese was ou With tender words 01 entreaty which he powerless to resist if he would she leads him in It is but a repetition of a thousand such It is the performance of avow w ith the rapid increase of new banks The a patient endurance too common clanger from this source is not in the i to be chronicled on earth too holy and fact that the expenses of banking j to pass unnoticed by the registering will be greatly increased while the profits angels will only be divided Nor is it so much in WELL the healthy expansion which will be created though that is an evil of great mag The reat daner lies in tha fact JOHN mill Illi I Any therefore who in the or of liquors liuble o bo arranged beforo the Court of i cd over fur I I of met as 1 understand them in to many who d mny run into which they would pre- fer to Hull he V I r j BLANKS OF ALL KINDS Hull A IN in the Sew York HI lust the 21st Mr said hulies in to present in person of for the ami jive reasons fur u compliance with Mr hoped not Sir to suspend the Mr moved be lo the Indies to resent the millions in j I the ladies id- i to tli of the House when the Tlie will present their very a tut in the ex in the a under the the Chirk I who rend in very and linn mi it ill her gloved linnil the some repose I have fulfilled my de- sign I have destroyed the Austrian army by simple marches I have taken prisoners liO pieces of canon JO ags and more than 30 generals I now go in suit of the Russians They are undone I am content with my army I have lost but men and of these two-thirds are but slightly wounded Adieu my H thousand loving words to you Nov 10 o'clock at night I am in full march The weather is ry cold Tlie earth is covered with a foot of snow is a little too severe our mareh is through forests I am pretty well My affairs move My enemies ought to be more anxious than 1 desire very mech to hear from you and to that you aro free from inquietude A- dieu my love 1 must sleep NAPOLEON lo Nov 9 o'clock at night I left Vienna two days ago my love a little fatigued I have not yet seen the city by day 1 passed through it in the all are beyond the Danube pursuing the Adieu my The very it is possible 1 shall send j for you to eume to me A thousand loving words for you NAPOLEON 10 I written for you to conic to Baden and to Munich by tlie way uf Bring with you the means of making presents to ladies and to the who may serve you Bo but receive all homage Every by the increased issue of paper money that the control of the currency and the direction of monetary affairs will pass in a great ure from the hands of the judicious and ex- into the hands of a new set of men too little accustomed to such a charge The new banks are managed in a great de- gree by new hands undisciplined by for- reverses and unaccustomed to the s which are sure to be encountered Like False yonder luxurious room sits one whose curse it was to be fair as a dream of Eden Time was when those clear eyes looked lovingly ir a mother's when a father laid his trembling hand with a blessing on that sunny when brother's and sisters voices blended with her own in heart music around that happy hearth where are they now Are there to say to the repenting Magdalen do I condemn and sin no Must tho gilded fetter continue to bind the soul that loathes it because man positive assurance j creating much forthwith The whole country doing until they shall that the road will l-e from Milwaukee to the state lino j City is ur The have bave been swept away some tew this company to appoint the two lost of their number a committee fully Many of the miners were in watu ed to propose as they now do to tiie in Yuba The snow 10 deep and of Milwaukee and Kenosha and still failing inexperienced mariners they will carry too i ig much sail in fair weather anci give way to i too sudden a panic wben tho storm overtakes them A large portion of the new banks are originated by borrowers instead of and this will add neither to their tion nor stability Another indication of evil ia the rapid formation of new bouses by young and clerks who ought to be kept under tho control of wiser heads till they are more fit to be trusted to their own strength The requisites for a successful management of mercantile business are greatly underrated bv a majority of the young men in this try and the melancholy disasters with which our commercial history in the past is so thickly strewed seem to have no influence j in deterring the young and adventurous from i embarking iii the same desperate And many even oi who have reason for sotting up for show but reason at the outset of their career lay out on a scale of magnificence truly dazzling and their ses arc generally in an inverse ratio to their profits This multiplication of mercantile houses will be one of the most trying of all the assaults upon for the coming year ALL s WELL False there lies the dead phan In all the length and breadth of the green there was nest where that lonely found no sheltering clove could fold its wings when the parent birds bad The brooding was gone that covered it from the cold winds of neglect and Love was its life and it drooped False walks the in and fine linnen honest poverty with face hungers and shivers and thirsts pleads in vain to tlie ermined judge for and unpunished of nimble tiger crouches in his lair and springs upon his helpless All yes all is lie who seeth through them to the Legislature of sin if the right shall be obtained to said company to extend their road into consin through cities of and cine to Milwaukee they will upon such being obtained put the whole line between Chicago and Milwaukee under contract and cause it to be finished and put in order as a first class Road within 13 mouths thereafter without requiring any pecuniary aid from your whatever All this company will ask cf tho cities of Milwaukee Racine aud Kenosha will be to j employ their credit and means in ing roads into the interior of the country as such roads cannot fail to be important to the Lake Shore Road For the faithful performance of the proposition here ted the company are prepared to give any security that may be asked lor cities fan Flour 530 per bbl Java 17 Mess Pork tbl Mess 7 per bbl Butter Mackerel per bbi Lard Uv Carol American Crushed News and Miscellaneous Items A man in Connecticut has just which is drawn by down the rows them from the in he while the fanner walks whistling Hail with his hands Although this Company have at their dis- in his pockets posal means to construct the whole I A Of marble ai posal line between Chicago Milwaukee at tho earliest practicable period parties in sin who desire to become to the stock will be do ou terms as existing stockholders and tin com- pany will cheerfully a liberal in the Board of Directors consin It is proper further to slate that the desire to build road do so ly on ils own and that the Mad when built will be the control or of any other mail the Great Salt Laki of almost every area and from an of au immense to exist in allev Th marble U in of very ch in thickness to butter in is duo to you You owe nothing but S V W of me of Yen We to in uf wa- I alth Dives shall yet beg j sition will be to be to and They led by none your liody REMOVAL M mi.l M I fur our the little OIKS unV nut be the inn that tuny be from power of the spirit in i1 n-k proiei'iinn that nil tn th Umpire mnv nut be of lesi than the ill lie liquor traffic in i vou to ii law of a 1 the i of your honorable body I o our followed the of the when Miis retired with her tlic com- The following are ir of at r An increase of the President's salary to courtesy The of is daughter of tiie King She is a lovely woman Treat her with kindness but i without I be most happy to see you the moment my affairs will allow I me to tlo so I set out immediately for my but have made no step tow advanced guard The weather is frightful of it On the contrary they de- It snows continually As to rest my j mand from their sister States prosperous Adieu my love ENGLISH following sidle remarks are from an English paper Weil will be for us if such prevail in this country before the disease becomes rable It says of our slavery t A party may agree to stifle the danger the end from the beginning holds evenly tho scale of artis Kvery human tear is counted shall yet sparkle as gems in the crown of the Should the Company be put into a pc patient and enduring the tion to carry out what they here it clear broad light of eternity shines upon life's j will be the itn crooked shall snares and j with Rail enterprises in fails from which our hedge of has j sin which cannot fail to be of great ad fenced us iii the maturity of our full-grown taste to the Slate faith we shall repentingly not I will but as thou wilt i uf the Cabin The The sale of Tom's Cabin is met pursuant to public m sond to you from the lield of til the federal authority itself is employed to rivet the chains of the slave There be a truee to lho limitation of question of MILLINERY MRS S BLACKSMITHING fn k f i the wn i Mini's in Ii N i Mr M In t r it ih y Ii The of residences for the Vice of ment 3 An ol tlie 4 of salaries of our and The the are now about a year one half of is a mere But both parties will 10011 de- mand mure or a larger any heretofore Abroad our must he enabled to play nabob to tyrants and npe their nnd at home how ean a President live on nyear It absurd The Case continues to occupy tion at the KaM The Senate of New York on a series of on the of which we subjoin tlie main one if the concur That the II SO r TT re- with tlie of tho tn host uf to obtain ns n n Hu t Iro J n for i 1 I n -t Ml f f IH nlc A and for the Madini ami for the same offence to em- to this The up strongly the Hunker attempt to repudiate the Wilmot Proviso nnd recalls our protect against Slavery extension It In way that we can regard if ihU tion seems uncalled for unwise in its inception battle I have tho Russian and trian armies by the two emperors j I am a little fatigued 1 have bivouacked eight days in the open air through nights I shall pass to-night in the chateau of Kaunitz where I go to sleep two or three hours Thu Russian ar- my is nut only beaten but destroyed I brace you December 5 I have concluded a truce Tho Russians have implored it The victory of is tho most illustrious of all which I have gained We taken 45 flags 150 res of cannon and generals More than are It is an awful The Emperor Alexander is in despair I saw yesterday at my bivouac the Emperor of We conversed for two hours and agreed upon an immediate peace The weather is dreadful is again ed lo the continent Let us hope that it will extend throughout the world The English will not bo able to make headway against us 1 look forward with great pleasure tu the ment when 1 shall again yon Adieu my love I am pretty well and am very de- sirous to you 1805 is long since I have hoard any from you The brilliant of Baden and Munich cause the poor soldiers drenched with rain and covered with blood and mire to be forgotten 1 set out ately Vienna The Russians are gone They return to their own country thoroughly beaten and thoroughly 1 intensely to return to you Ad ion my love Five of the Journals are now lishing it as a The future French opinions on American slavery will be based on Mrs Stowe's book Uu Honolulu Sandwich Friend Have you seen it r asked a neighbor the next morning of a late arrival from is n full supply Xew York but of it is in the hands of will probably bo hoavy sers Butter will le cheaper this spring than for many years During all of Maine which ho twelve thousand six and twenty-six sermons The lato Amos is to it left to Mrs wiio of the of Eastern w ho a e of the s in j ly to ui milk in the winter son should them warm The ex- tra trouble will be than by tho increased uf milk r GKO E S Illinois or it may be kept down by nia as severe as those which would be our reply but have plied to other forms of political discussion in St or in Paris And the disease remains and spreads sing rigor precautions taken in the slave States against the emancipation of j on the liot negro is the best proof that on this subject is impossible Do they 1 until the next arrival if this copy will there will dav bo civil rights there thumbed by readers will one day be free labor for the black man P S The has since ar- the as welll as for the while man on the whole rived and brought a supply of continent of policy is that which prepare -i the court house in this city on Thursday j last for purpose of of said company for th enduing year which j resulted iu the of the following G LOOMIS i STKKI.K D fifteen p brink A bought since arrival yf for tlie four and five p has the -t an walk np f Where S 0 U K N E K DANIEL O Tcm Albany Y HOWK Iii the selection of Yes I sat up night and read the first ditl you get i must not say names are now We there no chance for us in saying have boon a are ifb business men and Shore i Tom's After the girls you ever know mu was a boy give you when I must be No The Mi U B Q in their i tO til n America and tbo wisest i it has beer our privilege to read which should prepare the the book Most sincerely we hope cry A- country for the transition and not that which effects to rely upon tho duration of one of the greatest evils that exists beneath In sun merican homo same privilege INFLUENCE or ON INVENTION who endeavor to justify last report of the commissioner Patents the following the number of patents issued to citizens nd abroad may enjoy Especially we hope Senators may rend it who voted Fugitive Slave Law time surving ministers ol the American y by the of tian professors who are so to the accursed evils of finally we A Madison is some talk in to law A be in M i wit A- i her iu a of H true U better an bli a t lime it j state out Judge Whi- States tlis year 1851 hope all men in tbe Colonization i is now to I i 1 gft him Tille Gazelle i begin by ot at for to trial t i If vou make Maine Vermont Massachusetts i Connecticut j Rhode Island New York New Jersey Pennsylvania Michigan Indiana Illinois Iowa Wisconsin New Hampshire 121 0 235 15 5 13 10 Maryland North Carolina South Georgia Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas Tennessee Kentucky j Missouri Florida Texas Virginia 10 3 and Abolition ranks will read the book Uncle Tom seems likely lo make belli ends of the world meet Like another Peter the Hermit he has set out on a through Christendom a crusade against unjust and rule HP has travelled further than POUT overdid Here is the they all read ih rote it but it is and g 4 though for he his crossed both oceans 1 Are you kind Wh in 1 v has ft than you they i Pa i tlw of all tha other why no you that I see that nil the call 0 dy and has raised forces that outnumber the guarded you in and comforted crusaders a thousand to not of when ill J Who over little j Si I troops hut of the Opinion that is stronger you were fretful and put tbe cooling An laay n I than draught to vour Who taught yon to in a church 11 Ln -t tier 0 I Mere literary merit could not have and to t i Tim nnt th with all vour faults and beer I kening The following letter of which wo give a fac simile conceals beneath the semblance of H spirit wounded by apparent 10 Dec I hon in its atul nt with the nt Baltimore A Atlas in ing awful waste of JS casks of liquor he ground in turs fully that such an amount properly I curried the primary in two I M N 0 i cf of city of North to the of his of the that impelled him fo from the August empress Not one word from you since your departure from Strasbourg You have entered Baden and nich without writing us one word This is not very amiable nor very tender I am still at Brunn The Russians have gone 1 have a truce Condescend from the summit of your grandeur to occupy yourself a little In 11 patents were granted to citizens in the District of Columbia and IS to foreigners It appears that during the year 685 patents were issued to citizens of the free States and only 64 or less than of that ber to citizens of the slave states i with your slave NAPOLEON A imposing penalty of upon any person circulating a under of any bank of the Stale went into nth init in Alabama c-r the merit could not have don this The whole world will not read same book unless there is something in it that they all believe in The civilized world has but one opinion about slavery on- ly exceptions are those who profit in the or or in pocket by maintaining the system Eve ALABAMA PRICE boro Beacon Negroes hired here ou nn helped you to learn to with to it the partly Who has borne with all vour faults and been j hsr kind and in vour childish broke jug you slut Who loves you still and who contrives and j have vou works and prays for you every day you live i j Tom's Cabin i lot me ask you Are you kind to your Italian and Spanish and is id- mother I kinsly illustrates the depressing and the first instant at higher prices than they zing influence of slavery j have commanded since Men brought 8150 to A lot of over forty PRESERVING tha hams are composed of men women and children smoked put them back in the brine from which they were taken if it is in good con- dition The hams will get no salter and if over a piece And is most remarkable these prices were paid by some of the most prudent and kept covered with brine neither the air nor bits men in the country The selling prices flies can touch them and they will remain of negroes is also very high though not sweet and good until used 1 arc satisfied j gether as high relatively as the hiring tiat the above receipt is worth ten times the Men command from 41000 to paid for a yean to a er to UNCLE TOM'S Philips vertis ian in a at the Fair deM ot New 1 o day evening said according to the that thirteen theatres in this city are in advance the A voting Men's n Swedish and debt of New York City is upwards of n evangelical inasmuch a the doctrine of universal emancipation is at the Boston Museum A Whig Governor been elected in The people failed to elect and the choice devolved upon the Senate which ow- ing to the triangular nature of Maine politics hall accidentally become Whig Of course The they chose tbe'Whig Candidate The Leg -a rf i the American Bank is aboat to be Chicago of The opponents of the Liquor Law in defeated tbe venerable Beecher u ft candidate for Chaplain of the Home The Xew Hampshire the organ of that State for its of cf
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