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Superior Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 10, 1859, Superior, Wisconsin ori Kb s Ku i 5 CHRONICLE Superior Co Wisconsin one i 00 1 00 IN Oi nw onu 4 1 UO J u i uf not than our 00 nix 00 00 Is not for will at of one for cents imr for l In ttf Ilic will bu nt Ilio pre folio fnr fur In- for tlic u l nt thu On column 0 CO 0 our Oi nf can by nt our risk If Hie urr County y r s s 5 DIRECT o R Y B B X X III NOTARY PUBLIC AMU of july U ly i M s A u u s ir Me In WINES AND GINS PORTER AND ALE o ii A c o AND s ic c A K a LOBSTERS AND SARDINES rickles ami of all kimls Also fur STOMACH W Anderson Jr xo to WISCONSIN ALL In connection with to In thin T nin to In or LANDS AND TOWN AND SOW George W Perry's Office and Land Agency SUPERIOR WISCONSIN to and Sale OF OF KTC In the country I nmy claim t lo titles of county with cure M Ci w LOUIS K IIC HI No- M IT FAO TURKS A 11 n R F K OX A l with Kill tf i s T Ti Street door to tho O IN LAGER Brandy Gin Whiskey nil KO i ci and July A 11 ID o A Nil PB AKT IX Provisions Sail it or on me will lie I PETER E BRADSHAW A CO IN PURS AND INDIAN GOODS Superior Wisconsin K rAW H at- of WINES AND SEGARS JAMES R 1 i J it Ma 217 Street near kiltuon Attorney at nnd General Agent W tlir of u and Mo SW 19 HOUSE C 12 I DEALER IN I i I AND MONEY DKI-OITK3 AND AT Of i Solil the UNITED My connection tlic lor renders me with l r lire In I I t New I i iN V BANK OK N Y DOX ill J JAY r August itli GEO R Co DEALERS -IN EXCHANGE AND LAND IX ALL Til K CITIES AND TOWNS IN AND THROUGHOUT NORTHERN AM TOWNS ON AT W t Co Tork da U A WHITMAN Co Hankers S O A Co 1 II i Co Ap NEW YORK KKNTUCKY OHIO AND PENNSYLVANIA NOTARY Agent for Insurance Co Hartford Conn And the Alliance Oo Milwaukee Aim Hit salt of ami ol t Union take find oaths anil for any of the W Above Static llu Taxes Enters Debts and Soils nny other'business to him will prompt Hon Cr L Newton K S Hou J H IT If Milwaukee Dr iM Kjq Ann Arbor Mich K A Auburn N Y CITY STORE NO 370 r W the Dii n tbu of Superior the country to of Drugs Oils Points and The of Is especially called to his Oils and accurately compounded from lie nnd nt ui: houri The and most Elegant nubile In nw price of tlic very favorable if Hut they are to put the price of at HVO DAY and House iw a Hotel In every A M It UI CAN M ST PAUL MINNESOTA Ol this and no or bu.ipiircil In those I K A W El K K A A I I 83 HI -Y WISCONSIN i 7 W fc Fob WISCONSIN BAT Attorneys and Law VIII In lie ijf will to all to loir care rrcn NO w wis O E O tt G E B It I S OF DEEDS WOK WISCONSIN AND COMMISSIONED OF DEEDS FOR SUPERIOR from 9 m till fromS e V SMITH U KSQ WISCONSIN AT HIS of Avenue ami Kourth WIS lo vicinity hours lie Office D DEAN 111 neatly Cloth In 271 Superior and Commission Merchant AND DRALEK IM AN JOB JOK Executed with TIJI sue excluded from the by -n forced to into any that the their creed a declaration iii code for of slavery in tho territory of i The most the Jon of thc we thb question r li Tr arisen and as the future character is of any State in the good of the South would at some future repeat the which resulted so in conceive it probable that the for intervention because rher leading exceptions have the in every have sustained The issue will be the in 1800 as it was im the ground that memorable test in every of the Union are united n maintaining and holding the doctrine of by Congress that nor the people of the have the power to prohibit the introduction of slavery into Supreme Court of tho United States so decided in the case of Bred Court did decide that Congress does power to but we have iu vain in that decision of the power of to regulate abolish or hibit their own If before ing the argument of the bar Supreme Court of the argued that case before the against Scott the study of that f n 1 dissipated them And his Court itself the highest that regard to the design arid scope of that decision rib apologies to make for quoting a few passages from his Ut which boar He Tha single before the Court in was whether possesses the prohibit the introduction of slave property into a tory In ruling it adversely Court does not say or ty in a Territory has or that the owner is entitled to any further in its enjoyment than exists in to other Pi property A tence or two froni tho Justice will it is It had been was a peculiarity that placed it on a different footing from other property For this the laws and usages of other mi tions and the reasoning of statesmen and jurists upon the relation slave had been referred to These says the Chief Justice cannot the powers of or take from the citizens the rights they have and as the Constitution recognizes the right of property of the master in a slave nnd makes no this description of property other property owned by a no acting un- der the authority of the United States whether it be legislative executive has a draw such a or to deny to it the benefit of the ions and guarantees which vided for property against the encroachments of tho and after referring the slave clause as expressly right of property in a slave the word found in tho Constitution power over or which entitles property of to than property of any other tion All says Johnson that the Court has decided slaves are property as much so as else that may be owned by property is entitled to the to guaranties as description of property This doing obviously the the Court it that whatever to any other kind of property it can re- If any other b'wn'Jiuii.ts it is a did decide or is a most fer Action or flip accordance the of Mr 0 not even it to of power of Congress with it has been adjudicated upon and expressly by the will those in or iif slaves in the repeat l v ir change or disturb the issues of 3856 nnU fif they pied no change News the Kansas Herald of fc ATION OF KANSAS HISTORY A gentleman remarked the day that the had come when the of Kansas should be thoroughly disturbances bo expected that politicians oa cither side expose tlie wickedness of could it had they desired from the fact that was impossible with the then state of try to the real facts transpiring around them Their took iu but small portion of the political horizon lens they look out upon the whole on each and can not only the but MOTIVES which led to such action Our acquaintance with John commenced in the and was without until the latter part of For three aud a half months an hourly a- prisoner us near and since that -in occasional correspondence pave been with him ceased im Unless recently removed or de- present residence is Ash tabula county Ohio On the morning of 25 thy one the heavy broadswords last week which Old John to was oun d leaning against wet with blood covered with hair was pronounced dog's hair but soori after wiis received in camp of the of the and on creek Jr mounted his horse in the greatest his company to disband rode towards The news of horrid der already alluded to him and the people were io shocked on liis arri val there because John the that turned from him He went from j there tc the residence of his uncle Kev Mr Adair had and boy Th reports of the awful murder of his neigh bors the consciousness that his father brother and six other friends had of that terrible and th icg statement recent i the respecting tlie leader of the said Mexican The extent of this guerilla he pursues his would lead to the belief course to deep and feelings If the information we at we have reason to believe it is such is the true state about 45 years of and on the Texan side of the Brando known as above tlie Texan war Mexico family was according to his and the cans Since that period he has led rather at peace but in the main robbing stealing horses and in various evincing his hatred of -A few years since one com- panions was executed at Brownsville and Cortinas was imprisoned at teen mouths ago and on hig escape or re- lease ho vowed signal vengeance against the Sheriff and other citizens of the town by whom he considered himself wronged It is in fulfilment of revenge dis- affected of- Mexican birth j various grades to lay waste villo and its vicinity affair originate in any ill fueling on the part of on the other Rio Grande and whether Cortinas or any of have irreality unjust treatment their fellow citizens of as wo of do not decide It is probable that these will the a strong they mil doubtless flee into above La bound up on was intending to leave forT ports ii J i fe Detour after Bird on Friday T steamer T- i j bound nn i Chicago pm eight above Point anchor of water sLe helpless condition until g when the Sea Bird took her and brought hor td J where she now i The Elgin has on board for Lake ports cue hundred and of cattle and a of v feed oats butter ihu drawing it the time the time of the ten water The to a agent a numbed came by the Sea Bird to a new will be made A The New r York relates that v railroad financier and of in treatment ho received it froin his own political crazed He sought the and about for with only an of brush wood j streams ou upon the opon and imagining crowds pursuing him Conscious of his own Pence and having still i little memory to gtve up to the authorities he did They be- lieving him guilty of one of the basest crimes recorded in history ant hardly equalled by the savages of the forest when led him in a very manner It is true that was anil marched in sonic ive or thirty to we arc probably but not The excitement and chains did not of mprove his wild mental He with delirium arid When with the treason ers ho showed evidences of a Wai mind for many afterward From this statement it S en that the insanity of John Brown Jr c wed its cause to oilier the the border their him were enough to drive one ma It excluded this may if any other or or not at all protected same as to If in- can be upon public grounds ex- cluded to space to admit of any quotations froni great legal is quoted clearly settled South that tho States in the case of adversely to tho Grove is the having he number Democratic tickets in proportion its One HJ upon and thirteen were east for Hnd not one for Randall and Mulholland were cut four but vX riot one Republican received i town The Maple Grove boys to do m good Pilot up in that young A OF of who was her ess fit ia have presented by the the bank in one of tins western cities the aid of the bishop in lions to the stock by the loan of his note for a few thousand telling was a mere matter of not be obliged to The bishop complied and not being a person that gave any great deal of attention to temporal affairs and not over- with his note passed to the hands of a brother er of the financier was as a matter of course protested for when it became due Our friend who had kept watch on the note now goes quietly and with much apparent secrecy to a brother member of tho church and with lence beaming his countenance informs him that tho bishop's note is lying bank under protest This is too bad says he but nothing must la said about we must take up the note and I will head ithe subscription with The requisite sum was soon and the bishop's note paid The financier made his bank stock clear at a cost of only and at once took a tion in the opinion of his as a pillar of the church which it is consigned and cago if possible If cold weather to return of will go into winter quarters at or Grand Island and the crew through by Sea that fed fallen along the Copper Harbor very cold the snow creaked under foot as cst winter's day The Gen Taylor if sent back and she f only Advertiser CANADA l The Reformers of Upper W important A Aether oh which Convention was pronounced Many of tho and influential Canada a participated in the resulted in the adoption of with ra II Smith of has just perfected a now light which the Democrat states is ahead of the celebrated Drummond light and perfectly marvelous in its power It is produced by the com- bination through a peculiarly arranged noi of gas combined with proportion Tho amalgamated arc ignited thrown -in tiny jets upon a radiator burner which is rendered by their tensely so as to produce of light The light placed upon of tlie locomotives with which for of to invited to the was perfectly visible the machine for a of- twelve fifteen hundred that the slightest readily have been dis- On a long stretch was brought o a arid the party alighted to go ahead n Order ascertain effect PV server at the light from hundred c tq its than thousand of by the light type with which his it distance measured was in tlic lutions with great unanimity the existing tween Upper and Canada suited in a heavy public taxation great political and sal dissatisfaction throughout da that the Union in its war no continued with the people also declaring for tion of the Union between Upper and cr Canada with local for section and a central dealing matters affecting both the principle of tion A and checks and balances jive arc put forward Globe the organ of that tho tion of the great party and that the of Upper platform which change as the basis of future party i i v V i the with isin A Government named few aiders attempted to force pon the with self upon admittance nnd kept SOBM windows in the Hull in which r the Coo tion met were broken the Globe that stone's were thrown at gates passing along King rrz A young tt chimney of a house ing summit of took a survey this but the he found himself on landing in tho study qf a- meditations put to ties it it he the started from his scat Mid of horror bat spoke unable to R entered into a Peruvian ipr tlie country of soon found a v f A v A T-y R only terrorise cried Sly Thit an heart swiftly kitchen sought refuge emu Georgia in his ktc to their their 10 acres or ture of that in the sion pf payment be on of its and the permitting them to chow Yon seem to walk mow lately by
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