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Daily Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 24, 1854, Kenosha, Wisconsin i I 7 J53TTb.e Old accordance with VtMilAlfVS II 1 liU the a very general wish, propose to repeat theirConcertattheCocgregatipnalHouse of Worship, on the evening of the 30th inst. lake Shore Eoad. During a recent ride to Racine, we no- ticed that the ties for creeling the super- structure of this road, were thickly scat- tared all along the route, ready for put- 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 wjth potatoes. The propeller Indiana cook from the north pier a. large quantity of preyed for several points, we wye, on lake perior. The brig Clarion loaded with -wheat from the warehouses of J.Iale Ayer, and Ourkee, Trucsdell Co, Those who.kiiow any thingaboiit IK, know that taking up and it Kill be seen by our telegraph- jc-news that the iniquity proposed bx the putting carpets arc by simony its timuble.s.. In Florence1, wo think it is, small-iron are .sowed mto the binding of (In- which are passed- over liuolw liisieiu-d M-mmd the Jimipii of tin.! room, l.y whij.-h a cu-pet .down or hikoii o.v as a bud This j.s u we shal profit by. Harpers' Magazine. Any penson wishing the Imm Nebraska bill 5s about We do not that W.can ;say any- thing to bring this matter: before the minds and attention of our readers in all its abominable hideousness, in any bold- er relief, than will the simple statement of the fact do it. The Missouri Compro- mise erected a barrier against the spread of slavery: it has been repealed that sla- very may have no barrier, but that it may spread itself wheresoever its profit may lead it to flow.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 itsclf.einbracinj; the whole of this continent. It will be'seen that precisely the claimed principle on which tins bill is founded, not only justifies but absolutely requires, that every barrier in the land heretofore erected against slave- ry shall be repealed. This beyond mies- tion will be the effort. The same neces- sity that required the repeal of the Mis- souri compromise requires also the repeal of the Ordinance of :S7, 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 t.c, have undivided and undisputed dominion. Let the Druggie come. What is (obe State AgTicoitwil Society. -The, third -annual meeting -of the-State Agncnltnral Society, eleete of officers took place at Madison Wed- nesday last with the folloiria" result- Waukesha. "CT i A55U4I STATE TBlPERASffi- SOCIETY. The Aanual Meeting of the Ladies btate cf Sdciety. organised at May held in Presidenfe-Jaajea. of Lemuel W. Joiner of im C.. Ingham, of Mad- Treasurer-Samuel Marshall, of Madi- Executive Committee-Samuel S. Dae- get.o Milwaukee, lliehard E. Kla of A. F. the City of Kenosha on the 8th of June. lilies from the -several parts of the State are cordially invited to attend. Papers throughout the State mil con- iev afiivor. by making fliis notice public. Jiij Order of the Ex. Commtitee. May 3Votices. We CITY BANK of Kenosr-a F, o on New at the Interest paid. 00 Special -Mnrch Iifiam-j of Milwaukee. THE A, letter from Gov- ernor ]JAKSTOW, received Iast week in- inly vo- Uiuios, can it dono very ju-uUy by applying to .Kid. who uwa Ihe Publisher's binding, (.j; which he has pro- cured a quantity. have a couple volumes put up, by biiji, fine. _ 'Tho friendship between the senior ed- itor of tho Telegraph, and ourself has en- dura! tho .shocks of nearly "four years, Wl! lL twenty years Demo- crat." Why not? If the. Senior editor of the Telegraph and the editor of tho Jkmo- have found no cause m- occasion to private walk of Ijfo, we know no good reason why such of tiling, should now be broken.. do uot beliove the editor of wiilgiveauy cause for quarrel, and certainly it will he our effort tojttvoid any thing of the kind. JS3JT Tho Free Democrat says. John P. Halo has boon.engaged as Counsel for tho defondaiits in (vhe Glovur rescue case before tho U. Court frr- Wis- consin. Hale has some talent, but. thei we cannot help bailing in j, is opposed by U. Sharpsitiui'. U2ST Tt is apprehended that tliQrc were some goods.for this place, on thq propel- ler Kent, an account of whose destruction .by firq-'was.-inonr paper of yesterday.. says tho Boston Lawrence, the accomplished daughter, ot the Hou. Abbott has-been presented ino-uifi- Qont silver .service its result that power whirl, holds. its hawk the destiny of nations ;-lonr of our preset th at-Ih-re will be Ult. whjrl) will sweep tlu-.se despots I'crhaps there will; will but we confess wo not over-sanguine of any such immediate result. There are so many professed.'hostility this iin-asiirw, whose interest lays in crv- uig IV'aci-jJVnj-e, when there is nopem'e that we leariU cHk-t. Acquiescence will' bo the thiu.ic is done ami can't helped, and we Miust. nol jeopard great democratic principles by factious resist- ance, will by of those who have an interest in vi_ emus stato of tliiiiKs. rt will-have its ef- much remains to be wwt. Dear whom we are do you propose to do in this crisis, l.etns h-H ymi Acyrii is defeat and death. When you you may depend upon it the enemy j's sowing iarcs. One success on part of the slave power is but the prelude' to tue best of heali h. and w success, in iittendiu-hispropyr busi- Messrs. King please make ness. a note of tlus. Will the To thc-se-who so jrenerouslV contribu- ted to our relieCu-om loss by the lire of >e Jth mst., we return our heartfelt thanks, pied-ing ouwclves to repav to the don.ors. or others equallv iiaCirtii- natc more than th.e airwimt received should suable us so t-o do. JNO. L. V. Cr-KORCR l-a'ibxlw .0011116 iS, 'Jlyp? tell US Whut hjs! n-ci-trcUn Irirsi- Of Ho- A HrotlierJv-iirttliaii trick letter from mi oflicerin tlio British Hoct to an pajJOr, dated. tolls tho ipllowing rather good ti SA OF 11 ThisInstiliUi.'n Vckv't Urafisoi. Knihncl. Ir-.-Iam! rarasols, "One niornjiig, n few daya shice, a largo vessel eight or ten miles ahead, wjiich wo fully believed to bo Russian inati-wf-war, as she made sail to away, and showed no colon. wo raj.idly caino up will... sho t.ook i -i' "-rfi.j ouv y.V'-'ix in sail until sho was under top topsails wo beat UK; pipo soiijii.lf'd j.Unils, i ho ship iuto j''or t-lin.Mj miiuiles everything was. CJistingtho giuw.loose, clearing Fivu ininul.'js tnore, smtUvory guj.i was sliolted and primed, am] the IIKJU standing witli thu match-linos in their bands, waiting fur tho word to lire. Just as wo got witluji good diatauce tho blackguard ran up American colors, and coolly told us ha wonki havo hois- led them Booncr, fmf.- lie wanted to sec how smtrtly iee icovld.dcar for aclivn. Jf our tars did, nut 011 wrong-sidoof Uuivun-, ijovcr belibvo me." Supporters and Trusses. An Ordinance I-'K iaf 1 e A .splondid article of INji: CAKDLES. A beautiful quarrel while tho luiLer- was. iu, a TOOre ilnotho1- and'while is. weak- Miss r uu uu tllUIIUi Jjpaidon, at UIQ cost of ;It :sa.i4 to bavc been a blessed stitutipn risers are genera% made to flow-along side of large towns.. It seems to, be an. in- stitution of his; or sonie one that- to those who haye-pjenty be giv- en, while from, VKp have shall be they havpv The ;Snperintehdent, of Affairs of this1 SMte; it is said haijust concluded a treaty with ;thfe Indiani by which I v i w. ten of land pccupied.-'.'bv them, on Wolf river, reqeiying in exchange Spiritual Tde- lier, to yon it is strenjrlh to it. Beyond dispute .Slavery and tho ques- tilMis which pertain to it are now the on- ly questions of political interest, before thu country. Which side are you on? Pivjrco and the so-called democracy are straining every nerve to, build up. this most infernal despotism and aristocracy. You-may mean what you please, you may liavc.such mental reservation as you sec lit, but if yon give aid and comfort direct- ly or indirectly to this power.you aid this growing Slavery has drawn the- sword' and thrown away the is its leader. Shall we accept the challenge? 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. cri- 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 W'in a diamond; Thompson Al- Libert, 'fjlLJ. Jlall, Co;
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