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   Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - March 22, 1854, Kenosha, Wisconsin                               fa Prohibitory liquor The opponents of a prohibitory liquor air, are sure that the law wit prove a ilure. They tell '-tis the utmost confidence, and apparently believe i I them- selves, that in a very shert time it will bo repealed and forgotten, in the States which have already enacted it. Our own opinion is -that once enacted in any State. ifc'.vill not be repealed any soonertban any other law on the Statute book to prevent the commission of crime. Such laws, how- are inevitably defective on the start. will require modification and will 1-0 vo it. For the benefit of those who waiting to see a general break down these as well us for pen- 'jrdly on the subject we copy the folio w- from the New York 1. Less than three years have trans- since the first act of absolute Pro- hibition and Contraband Liquor Destmc- Uon was passed in any State, and with- this time five States and one Territo- ry have aiiimied tho principle of Pro- hibition, vhily another State, juu.l thy of all, has chosen u Legislature >'o do likewise, and a seventh has instructed its to tbl- in tlioir footsteps. 2. Not. one Slate that ever mf opted a of Prohibition has repealed. it, and n- ;v> ono instiwice have the People, when to, foiled- to-sustain tho-priiKM- rili; of' Prohibition by a decisive jnajoii- I V .r The cry for repeal grows evcry- each year's cxpori- of tho workings of Prohibition. (ho act of Maine Jirst took dlout, f.bi; iovorsef iiipior. or of tlio profits undo Ity Mailing- it, wero conlid-.-nt that they bo abli1. to repeal it; but now limy hav; no longer a hopo-of tin's ainlithnir in tlu) Legislature has dwindled t.u a. li.'inill'ull. .in each tflato whcrn it; has been. tried, Prohibition lias gained ground. I'Misl.ou has been tin; strong-hold of oppo- wition in Nuw-Kiiglanil, as it is the focus of fho rum trnllio; ye.t .Boston has at chosen a Maine Law Mayor and prosoeution of law-break- ers. AH through Massachusetts, tlie law is bettor enforced at this moment than it v; at any time prior to the present year, in mast localities liquor-selling is oxtiuct, or as stealthy and secret .-.s any other violation of law. It, is bo- ammig uioro and more disreputable to j'Oll.. and tho business falls constantly in- i.o Inwor and meaner hands, whore- it is iiol. utterly abandoned. Steamers- Around the lakes. Again. Wo wore much pleased to hoar.ve.s- i.onky that tho veteran- of the Ocn'l Rood, intends to organize n< full line of steamers around the lakes for the looming 'season. Among thoso which wo ivlialt welcome back again, wo under- wiJ] be the Keystone State, .Niag- ara, and! Quoon City, whoso places in the Detroit fi-wl Dunkirk lino-will be filled. by now steamers belonging to the Erie Mil. DAIHTELEGMM New England Clergy And Nebraska.. following is apart of the Mem- orial recently presented by three, thwt- And (tndjifty of tho Clergymen of- New Engbnd. It is one of the signs of tha times, and argues well for the Cause -of Freedom. fho: undersigned, clergy men of dlf- .religious-' denominations in New in the NAME OF A r- in his presence, ;do solemnly PROTEST against the passage of Nebraska- bill, orany repeal' or modification' of existing legal prohibi- I ipn of -Slavery ihithat part of our nation- al dpTnairV tvhicli.'it' proposes to organize into iho Territory-of'NebraskA'nnd Kan- sas. 1i We protest against.it as a great mor- al wrong; a breach of faith, emenent- }y injurious to the .moral principles of the. -'and subversive of all confidence .in. national engagements; as !i. maawe tuft of danger to the peace? :md- oven the' existence, of our beloved Union, miS exposing; ijs 16 tho righteous Wednesday Morning, March 22, 1854. RELIGIOUS NOTICE. IEV. 11. EIHVAKDS wiil preach ,n she Baptist Church cvt- uiiig ihis wwk at o'clock. Latitude of Slavery. The specious pretense is urged to get Northern acquiescence in the-Mis- souri Compromise repeal, and the repeal of Slavery prohibitions peistTally. is that Slavery can't go north of certain lati.Tudcs. We should really like to know what lat- itude lias got to do with it. We have in our midst just, such men as staves are made of at tlie South, who- are earning money every year, and layip.gtip.proper- ty. They live here, their labor is profi- table to themselves, and we eairt under- stand why it might not be equally profi- table to owners, provided the law al- lowed them lo owned, and allowed them to get out of their labors only a pock of corn perwcek. Canada is full of colored men who are cultivating farms, and working in wvery department of lior and earning homes fur themselves. Why would it not- be there as well-as in-iSojfth Carolina, for some own- er put their surjilns earnings in his pocket-, and keep them on starving wanes? !n (liis.Slale colored men own farms and' cuil.ivate them; and gcm-Jcmon who iivo Houi'i'iown farms hero and-have Ihc-mcuki- vated. Pray tell us why these iSouthern might not it profitable to own thoso men who ai-e making money for thumsdves. ;vnd have theim make it instead .for them? The fact is, ivns not at all a Question, of .11 is a quesUoti between In- dustry and Aristocra- cy and Democracy--bclweengenerulFree- dom and Shm-Tv. I.I' any person thinks we are full to over- flowing all the time with sympathy for iMuo. bw.'imse they are-biack and enslaved, it is-a mistake. Omv feeling is broader and deeper. It is for Humanity at largo. We set: thi? strife going with reference to the (lovenimentof anv Territory, but us a strife hetwoen great- antagonasi-.ic-princijiles, one of which ul- timaU-s in Despotism, and the other in universal Freedom. 1 f tho principles of Slavery sl'mll prevail finsilly and become the pro vailing princi- ples- irr onr land, lahor will become degra- ded, by whomsoever, performed, and the liiborer-hocojue practically a slaw, what- ever liis color-. If on the other hand the opposite principles shall finally prevail, labor will as it should, elevated and dignified.. The laborer AVI 11 receive the fruite.oiVhis hands; and tha-idlcr, Avho absorbs his-substance, will bo driv- en from the land. It is question.of right and o o jVnd if people expect linos of latitude to shield thorn from the wrong they niistaktt the virtue of- such Wherever- jffunianiky lives, moves, and has- a- there will. Slavery panetrato, if-it has the sanction of the Government to do so.. Slaves have lived, moved, and brcathcfl'in the Territory 'which compos- es th is They may again if the pow- ers at Avork can crush out all dcce.nt and Christian .emotions the people suffi- ciently to warrant it. disfeat of the Wisconsin and Minnesota Land Grant Bills, is conside- red significant of the fate of all other biBs ef a similar character before- hew Tax Bill; the principal feature of which is. that it taxes every thrhg, visible and invisible, is the'princi- pal matter now before the Assembly of this State. Business Notices. IE any of oun- readers are desirous of purchasing any goods in the line of Car- pets, Window-Coverings. Oil-Clotha. Mat- ting, Bedding, we rsfer them to the advertisement of Ik-cchci-.TJoIlister Wil- kins. of Chicago, fomul hi this number our paper. We have visited their rooms, find they certainly Inure a stock which cannot fail to suit the wants of eviry va- riety of taste. Jt will be seen that Messrs. Il'nbbard Blinn, of this City, have dissolved part- nership, Mr. JJlinn taking the old stand, and continuing the business. This linn has dw-ne- a business, amv has merited and ni-coived the respect of all its customers; and we are confidents Mr. Jjlinn will his share of them. Mr. .lluhhard, we are to learn, wiil. open a new store, in the .Rnnnals JIou.se, in a few days. Of him wecan on- ly repeat what we have said of the late linn, and his partm-r.. But, we arc glad of (Jiis move. .It shows nmnislakably, though l.mt'a .straw as com- pared to the whole, the growing prosper- ity of our City. jircdicl fur, Mr. a good business. '1 the lovers good eating, we wish to bespeak attention to the advertisement of Mr. Cahoon. ]lis garden lias few su- pcriors in the world, and nouo in this Of his J'lant, this paper has .spoken; but too much praise can hardly be given it For proi.ligionsncss of six.e. it, certainly "beats all creation." .Let parents, and those desiring a good education, not pass over the announce- ment of the FKM.U.F, SKMINAUV. We have no personal knowledge of this school, but our readers-Avill remember tho card nwntly published hy Jlcv. liishop, M.cKinley and 1'arker, and Mr. King, nji- oir.Uie superior diameter of the examin- ation of the pupils, ami that was certain- ly a testimonial as higiv. as could be de- The Homestead Bill, as it has passed the Houso, deprives all foreigners; who eome into the its pas- sage-, of any participation in its benefits until they have been here five Years and! i gone through all the forms of-naturaliza-' lion. By this, and the Nebraska bill, it vrHl be seen that Southern Slaveholders I are rapidly t-ransfunnhuj the Democracy into a Native American Par-lv.. i The KOSK Unv7 is the title of a neal! I little i published bv the Scholars of! j 1 I r _ i i joint School District. Xo. 10, of the towns l of-'Somers and Pleasant Prairie. Miss 11. j 11L Leonard. Teacher. The Market. j i TtuiSKAi'ii OFFICE, March 22, 1354. Wo hn-ve no change to note in market ce-s, and we continue our yesterday's quuto- j lions. The market vesterday was lUtll and j slight I Barlev is in active demand at i I Corn is in moderate jvqwslat for cars and shclk-d. Oats are quiW at 27c.. There is nothing doing iti provisions, i I Man-11 IMI. A'o 2. :j. Winter -SI to i ,10. per Co liis. 1 E FL.AHT FOE SALE. G 33LO O S3 Well known .Seedling, superior'in qualitr and size to any of the varieties c-f Mnmmotti Collossal, or Victoria, and continues to pro- duce new leaf sttw.-ks until November, not br- ing affected- by slio-early fronts. This vari- ety was raised by the Subscriber from seed, and after being tinder that length of time-hold.- good in size, !i last year produced pounds and over Testimonials from Agricultural p.ud IJor- tieiiltnral and other Jhipers, wild Im pro'hi- ced in abundance to show that this PicJ'lam is fill thtit is represented, 1 will only insert one I'rwJi a in this eitv, wlu-iv tin- has availed himself of (ies visiting my gard-.-u. for tin- last let) years. It as i'oiiows ilie DKj-if H fi-.-.nnr of thi-; garden is the JJiwiiirJ.'i and eer- tainly any one who is curious io knmv v.-liai. J'i'j i'ia'Jt IS. and how it-may lie. KKNOSHA .The Telmjpcrph is a very small but a very, spirited and. speaks well for the enterprise of its-proprietors, Messrs. Den.sinore-and Sholes, and the prosper- ity of the village of Kenosha. A well- supported, and well-asnducted Newspa- per is tho'Surest evidence-of a prosper- ous du Courier.. would do Wei! to look at is. We state what we- witncs-ed, (and wis should doubt, if we lu-d not witnessed it.i ih.-.t one root was cut ;i ipiau'ily. whicii after trimmed ready i'or FOHTY-EUiUT J'OTNDS. aiid'rcr- iainly as mueli more, was left on ui...  ats in tho car, 45a-tO for as the one in nuesiiou and all this too..yoitujf and tender plant, as delieiou-' as any raided. motisi; with which h'o nor only humv dt'inimd, to other places, l'urui.-jiiing one house in (.'hinigo wi u thoiHnnd pounds per nm now grt.ii.viug (ju.'inlities-i.if; it for tSc. Californin and Oregon market.. t-he roots. J sent- a lew ryots U> last iInmiiHT. nwl the. th'aro, nolwithstnnding thcv Imd seen TAI.I. ul homr. I. will seenrelv pack iu bo.xes, and t'ccordiiig to Ti.'n Roots, Five 1'oots for or for tlie. to be sent with the older. A -evere i'rosi does in it. iujun: the. mots, and they can IK; vfith safety, lo.-any purl of the. Union. m s a ss. Tliiyfii'stiltitHiii will lie keptnpen fur iMisiiiefsrrnm A.M. to II-OIM I t'i JT. SI. Kiislt-rn, Milwaukee ami H-.ilil; mill Cullecil'ms in any (if Dr.-il'tsdii Knjiliinil, In-lnwl fur sula in sail pnri'liusera. MS.-.4. ju i Nos. l.'js {imi 1-I7 Ijiilu1, Sivcrl, (I'j) Mail's.) BEECHEB, HJOILISTEK, WILKIITS, IMt'ORTKUS AND DKAI.KItS IN' Carpets, Oil Qfeths, Mattings, Bugs, mm, mw 'L WBLLS, the rcprpsontativc in' Congress this district, voted gainst the Bill gran ting kncl in aid of tho Vallejr..Road. it stw- Senate of tliis State Itaa.pas- sccl a BiB in effect repealing the County Court Systenijand reducing County Judg- es to mere Judges of Probate. "We think the Assembly will not concur; The JIHwaukco News, rejoicing o-ver tho dcibatof the Prohibitory Liquor Law. calls It is a singu- lar fact that Uio few in this state which support Bptfglass ka flwindle. are the most virulent oppo- nents of a Prohibitory Law.; of Democracy is certainly ;pliwite4 trinity of nobte principles, SHim-ly, RUTO, Slavery, awl Sativo Americanisin. LitE ANSWKU TO SR Petorsburgli Journal of the 24th contains the following as the ftnb- stancc of'tlie answer sent by the Cznr to tho Emperor "If his Imperial Majesty extends bis Iffliid to mo as I extend mine, I am ready to forget the mortification I have expe- treatment though it lie. Then, but then only, can I discuss the subject treated of in letter, and'may perhaps ariveatan understanding. Let the-French fleet, prevent the Turks, from transporting reinforcements to the thea- tre-of and let the Emperor send me a plenipotentiary to negotiate, whom I jvill receive as befits his character.. The conditions.already made known to'the conference at are-the sole basis I will consent, to Satin Window Shades, Cnrtuin Goods, Cords, Tassels, Quilts, Blan- kets, Sheetings, Table. Line.u, STAEKWEATHEE CO. iTH'AVK for s-ln dm celuhrjiti-d En.nlls.-h I.uwn Da. tlie (ir.-m.wSwl', iwmi vrry cxiunsivoly In tin; fur tiio growth of cs. Rod and wliilo Cluvur Sued ;ic.va( son luml. ninr-1 DISSOLUTION of The largest, and test assortment over offered .for sale IK the West. American and Kuglisli varii'tics that havr bei.'n Inlly tested, bi.ith hardy and productive, and not liable, to mildew. Amongst thi'in the. justly celebrnled Il.onghion's a small fruit but of thi; hesi one of the most produetive, never mildews in :m- loeulity. J. taken IVom 10 to 20 from si single bush tit one picking. I have had them make a growth of over live ft in n r-inglo season. It requires to be tniined lo :i frame or a trellis. Tlie iollowing Mnglish varieties are under enltivation and will lie i'or delivery soiin us they are proved to be. adapted to tins climate. This four whose weights aiv slated, have taken the first, prke.s at the J.au- ctishini, (.ICuglaiid) (.ioo.seberry show, for the hl.st two years. The others are among tint best grown in lied. Yellow. Jjimilf) n, Co e, dwt. 7 grs.) (32 dwt. 8 Great (Jhnnce, Goldfinch, Great Mogul, (joliien JJrop, Iron Monger, Golden Lion, co-partncrsliip hcretr.foro oxisthiKbetween a tiio iiiuluivtgiiiiil, undn- the name and stylo of Habitant niinn, is this Any dissolved by mutual consent. The amiirsof Ilie late linn will b'cse.UIrd hy Blinn, who will cumin'm: business at tlin old stand. H. V.'. FimWA E. VV.BI.JNN. Kenosha, March TO, 1354. KENOSHA having seeu.it foivtw.o or three weeks amono-- our exchanges, yee had began to fear loss of it from our table. But yesterday it turned np iii tJie shape of a couple of packages of and interesting Duties. Wa always liked, the criter- prising spirit of :Mr. Densmore, and we hope he and Mr. Sholes -will bo sustained. Tlieao-sraall dailies, are a thousand times niore- acceptable to the ireadiiig. public than the Led-Uanket sizad Stews Point Mnery.. of the Madison Argus, has presented by "Barstow with GoW Watch some for hp .-HE next term of theJCenosl'.i Fcitiiilo v.'ill commence on Wednesday, Murch 22d, IHS-I, iinder.the supervision oj Miss Afc WOOD as nssisliMl by Jliss M. E SMITH. miiulybiit idso the intcllectuni eluviilinjj as to eluvnlod morals. 1'upiis connt-ctod wlih the School will besiilijep.i to thor- consider the iiiijinrtancu of schools lo sn much in onablim; jnipils to jfain a knowledge of books, as a of their own powers of The patrons of the Schoolsare corrliatly invited to bo present at the reviews they miiy be ;iblo more fully toapprociate the efiiJrta of their children. Strict rnNrTt'AMTv will be rcqnlrad of the pupiK, Jt is (les'Riblc enter SchOojAt uho com- iiK'nccinciit of the term. HATES OF TUITION'.. Trepftratory Department, Junior .do Middle do Seninr, do- Ccrftian and Drawingaml Embroidery .do. lliintlajj, (water (in do (oil) do Nutmeg, Rockwood. Grueu. WJiito. Thumper, Cossack, (28dwt. dwt. 8 grs.) Jleditc Hog, White Jhtylc, Printer, WUtc C'apt'n. FBttJI'lT 'KWEES.. Fruit; Trees in quantities to suit crs. Apple, ami Dwarf. Cherries, ritims, Qninees, Grapes mainly of bearing sizes Gooseberries red, white, and black Currants, best standard und many new and. choice vu rieties. Over 2'toGfectliHi. Balsnm and1 Arbor These have grown in my garden from 3: to 5 -years, and can he trans- plapted with as mucli certainty of growing as a Currant. B. ;uio No deduction for ah-ence during the term, unless incitocofprotociod; illness, SIhrch i'2> AMERICAN HOTEL, TO REXT. few dooro rail of S list OWE more of those Extra Fine LY KKNT and PRINCE ALBERT, Spirits Turpentine, Campliene, And a full assortment of Sloan's justly celebrated- Medicines. Starkweather Co. DANIELS BROTHER, Importers -and Wholesale Itenleai jw the choieeit brands of FOREIGN AND Segars and Tobacco. All kinds of leaf, Fine Cut and Plus To bactu, tit 3Si. V. Prices, All promplly MieNilcd to. Corner of Kaiido'.pU lhc Y.lUSlE'.S.l A .J.   

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