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   Kenosha Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 30, 1852, Kenosha, Wisconsin                               ar i... ...u M'il wui-fcly lo dubxri- wilMn Hi'1 fir the year. a.iO H i.aj'11> niiiil II.....nil nf Hi- ytnr. M.lio in-ii :li.- mil iMmplluil wllli ..il.-cnf.iii.'i livki-li Hum 3 miitillis. N KENOSHA TELEGRAPH BY C.CLEMENT. KENOSHA, WIS., FRIDAY, JANUARY VOL. XII-NO. 32. TEIIMS or ADVKBTIWtKO. One column, jior yen, Three Unehulf do One quarter, do e, IS or leu, Itt lireriioti. l.m ot luHrUortt orb, a tlj. ajul BaMO Sl.lH) Business Directory. M14 ti. 1'ilT r.-f'-'-t'illr t" tlif tli'nl lln-v liiiirftiriiii'iliiiaiB- work In i.....ir.rndril I" wilh fivHtaOA I'M. K MUI. aa w i r. fJiniioNrf. WILLIAM T. WKST, I'! AMI i'i iM MISSION Kit DKKDS I- r.- V. null', VOHK j AMI IT.-, VLVAMA, I f..r I I. iiml Unr- I in. in. m u: 'lY.tt'.s iii j. K., i......r (i., r N-it.ir; I'u iiniKViiI- I W. tVKHVfKH, COLO WINTER. BY CDOIt. Vo know U la gwil Ihnl uM winter Mhoulij come, Kmiiwuwtiilofrotn Lnplnml lioioc; 'TIs IlltiiiK ihm wu slioulil Iwiir Uio toiiiul Of bit ri'lmlcer un Uio For wide nmt vltucrlnir clonk of thL1 ul' Ill'o Ik'tit'itUi Mj intuitlti tiiirltiiL'il iiml born Thi- ul' Uiu lluwcrs, the' ycrnii uT the corn. Tin1 whi.tUir.fr lorn.1 of liU pnru n'.roiw brenth, [iitruiny Ihu vtiportnf pe-lilt-nce iluuth, I Mm, I -ay, niul HVHW vriailyui urn! wull in hUtrtiln. Bui Ihu pn'ir! C kimw Ihi-y ijnnll croiujhinx llmlj.. Tfiun llio Ttiuy jilni: nint i-lurvu by iliu lln-iosH huarlh, And wi-vil iu '.hoy Ejtixu un lliu uurlEi. Hlliwl nolily forth yc rlr.ti i.f tin' Innil, IVi'.Fi kiiully licnri tllul hniid Jvi'inrrnbi.r 'tU titivt Llifir IH-ILJIMI of nut-tt, .Ami 11 priiyu-r ofticlj. Is n [icr.yur you mtut htej. A fi.'.v lliy lili. .mvii llu- yui 'Tit I., iJo il, yu yn-nt o.'i n llllo uflhy f.l'l, iinil ctiurbti Iho old. k .lucli Vu luut yu allould. t.SM UANfi: ON I.lfK I x .f..ii'.'.. i tn lln- I .-Hii'.i'J. run I rtxIiK-.-, Stilt. rrillti Wuti-r I.lmc, At'.t ,.j.i.. n :..lli.. ii.m'li.i'i- nml Hi. i.  .MiikiT, win unli-Ji ihc pu As the Irishman gathered himsoll up, and stole ofTlikp a whipped cur, he began to comprehend of tho Jiffereuce between before and new experience for him. Since the closing of the polls on the previous evening ha hail bean steadily shrinking lowarda his form- er dimensions, and he wua pretty near down to old size by thia time. Before the election he win n man of groat importance in the nation. Great events depended on his efficient Now tin was simply Patrick Murphjr, nnd he could not make much more out of himself. He was bur a jrrain of sand on Iho sea shore. In this sta'.o of humiliation, Murphy went home at dinner time. He dared r.nt go homo be- foro for in that case his wifo Biddy, who had a temper and a lonpiio of her own, anil who had never liked his modelling in politics, would ilia- cover ihut he waa not at work and there would be n dare-up in consequence. While meditntinjr. on his unhappy condition, Murphy, whoso confidence in Mr, R---------was From Ihe THE MAINE imocnii. L.AMV, MR. EDITOR: your readers may know exactly whsit 1 propose to talk about, ?oii will please insert the following Syiiojisii of the Maine it for tho interest of the attorney to da duly faithfully.) 6. The ii made applicable to all the cities and plantations, u well u to Ihe rariom towns uf ilia 3ute. Law, which I take from the Journal of the American. Temperance Union, of lust month (Section 1.) The manufacturing nnd sale of intoxicating liquors arc entirely prohibited, except u allowed in the next section. TOWH AGEKT. (Section 2, 3, 7.) 1. The civil authorities of a town or cily may appoinl annually an Agent to sell liquors, only for medicinal or.d mechanical purpose. 2. Instoad of iho profits ci sale, he it. to have an annual salary. 3. He may hold his office for his one year, was j subject at all times to a disYnissnl. unimpaired, resolvod to go nnd stute to him that 4. He mns, 3ivc bonds with two good suro- he had been turned off by Mr. P------ for liis po- i'lc3i to iho amount of SGOO, that he will conform hlicnl opinions, anil was now without the menus j to the reguladons prescribed. of earninjr bread for his fimily. He did not in 5. If ho violates the luw, he shall bo turr.od the leant doubt that Mr. R-----would immediate-1 Ont of office, und his bonds sued in the name and ly procure for him a much better ailuution then iU thc expense of the city or town. Ihe one he had lost. Elated wilh this idea Murphy left hid homo nf- ter dinner, and called at the handsome residence of II------. 'Can 1 see Mr. he osUod, confident- i ly, of Ihe servant who carne to the door. 'lie's and cannot be replied tho servant. 'He'll son me, I know. Tell him that Mus- ther Murphy wishes to spouk with him just minute.' 4'iMi M I >n f. j IN FOUR I'AtlTS. nr T. s. AiiTiiL'R. I'u r I Her llie F.Icctloii. When 1'atrick Murphy, the indeponilont vo- ter, awnke "U iho tiuxt morning and collected his tho-.ighli, hu had somo strange, fuelings. It took him some time to comprehend clearly the fact thai o'ccliui dny had passed, and thai his party had been signally defeated. Alas! all ihe otlires, in the and enjoyment of which he vviis to have had u share, were in ihe hands thu Tho beautiful visions lliat had Muated hefbro his imagininiun were all into thin air. lie wns m.t tn ride in his cuuch V' 1. O.'ep and h.-nvy was the sigh ih-nl acci ihi.i cnaiciion. as he turned liim- and s'lughtin his mind for soine com- The sr.rvant hosUntnd tn deliver tho message, I but Murphy urjjed llie matter, and ho finally con- senlcd to do as ho wishnd. In n few tnomoritg ho returned, and said Mr. R was engaged and couldn't see any 'Did yez tell him tho namo T asked Mur- phy. did.' did he 'I've to Id you whnt ho returned tho ser- vanl. rather sharply. 'He cun'l soe 1'nor Murphy luntnd away, fee'ing eti'sl more pliinful his own irisignificancr. A few days be- fore, he was a very lord in iniliionce now, even a common house servant treated him with cnn- tempt. Stiil, he htnl c.niitide.neo in R the defeated ct'.ndidate, R know him as a man. and appreciated his vnliio. He sacrificed ev- ery ihini; I'or R and ho was suro R winild stand by him now. For an hour or two tho Irishman satinteroi! about iho sSreess nr loun'eil in bar-rooms, TESALTIES FOtt THE ILLEGAL SALE. 4, 5, G.) 1. For thc first offence, and costs, am! 2. For tho second offence, and costs and imprisonment till paid. 3. For the third and each sneccedingoffence, 830 and imprisonment from three to six months It' unable to pay, he shall no! have the benefit of chapter 115 of thu Revised Statutes (viz, of 6. trial. 7. t ,v Vi.Mri.i-. i'li'-H.-1. i) J.; J II 1MMI.I.. H I-. I.- i-t i i. N. r r v. v. I ,f ...I t" j. 11. i l-'.'ilii- i jo it jn.'i; N, 1 nii.l N.ilnry I'ut.li.-. nl I. v. i-.... ..I..- J-.. II. WINSOH, k. I.J IMtl'.il .11 i v i." I i .-i-iii.... ill U r a U i 'i .-urn-.- or.y ho'.-.-.' heat sm-i, hy way I OtiiMhi-r 11------is a of n mar.. j weigh: in If I have lust the situation .11 1'--------'s, it was in his cause and he'll not h'.'iii! none nf the wlinn h ('.ruse, niir wore I'ithi.T his hoiiily or mcnlii! syni-.tinriH The Hinuunl nf in purdo vrm nl nil, ns h" ivoiilil l.ini.-fll hai-rexj rossoil tiio fact il'c.i'I- I'.i upiit] S.M! iiml thrre wuro r.b-ni: five .li'ilar. il'i.- hint tin' plai'." Ii ha'l so I'milish- ly L'i'-'rti shi. brrafi ar..! potatnos fur ami cl.ililrtTi" v.'iTi' tn O'lnt.1 frutu ;.ci vi-ry oi- ar t j hi- he rtSrnvi? tn Iirao wilh tilt; nl' havifiy uiadi( u ntifnli'.'r nf p'l-.VL'rfit! u'linH sliunl Ijy him in Us i xirun-.ily as he hai] .itnml by tin.1 "f thu penp'.e. Al'tiT liri'dkl'.v-l, went fi.-rtli nnil ru- pairril tltc hi'atl quarters of the party, where? h fniiiii.1 ayo'.iliy niuau'T tn iK.ur tlio returns fruiu the oiiuntry am! Stnte, nmt tu en- cnch 'ithor in thtir Inrnl ilel'uat, hy inu- Ina'i tisniiranci.'S n! in thi; ri-'Seu'it. nl" Wi-rj '.vhn hiii! pending e staSe I'lecti.in. TLnsr whn lini! striven fnr snci'.-sJ, in h.ipe nf iniliviclu- 'tielit M hen lii'triimtinn of nllicett cnmp, hd'l hack tn thi'ir >tnres, shnjis. or ollice.o. strivini.' in be content with a let they had loiiiily hnp il t-i letter. Few nf the.-..1 around were fiiin. liar l.i the Irishman, ninl ihnso ihut he did tonlt nn imtire nfhini. In.v are jvn. Mustl.er II he nniil, wnlk- inL'np whnslnnd wilh a l.-i'tid. The Jnnked nt hitn, fnr moiucnt uiditlvr.. nliy '.hen inerely answcriMl in n l. sninewha! cntHentj-tuniis tnnnnor ynti. anil turning his hock lo- warils him went cnnversntinn. .Mlirjihy llilitl'l lUat lilts. It WHS S'> llitl'.'T- !'r'..tn Mr. il 's of HjiL'nkino; tn him nn the ilny h'.'t'nre. Then it was 'Mr. Mm- j pliy' nr 'my dear or 'J'.nw aro yon, tny fr; ;.nd jn ucfninpiuue.d hy i a rnrdiiil nl' ihe linnd A I'lo r tiuuu nr four as as this, In renew wiili nih. who happened to rnme i -.vny, I'alrii'k .M'.irj.hy. with hii feelings r.ijii.lly inwards tujk his '.ire thi.' and slroilud duivn th" iliuiso ihi'SL'L'iie of his princijal i '.-T: Put ll.iw (I'yii feel this mornir.j! j tin- sa'.nttilii'ii he receivi'd i'rnm n nt ihi he i-ntetud. 'Didn't (he nation niter a'.l. .Never mind I'at, iloti't look so I'usl down the nin'.ti.r. lietter luck noxt time. Vnu'vu one conciliation ynn did ynur duty.' and '.vhn thnnks him rather half sneerud nnothor independent elect- j j itiilini; nn his unhappy rnndition. Ho thon, in a hr.mblod frame of tnind, determined to call on Mr. for his conduct on iho day before, and to to ho taken back into his f m- plnyirient. received him coolly and when Murphy vniurileorod nn apology, told him thai it was too lute, as he hud airoady hired a man in his place. 'Then ycy. proscribes mo for opinion's suid I'm, growing insolent when uo liope of favor remained. coolly answered the merchant. 'I rnc-ro- ly filled tho pluco you left. I don't care any ahout n man's npinion-i. I regard his ability to servo mo in llie situaliiin I want filled. It' In; leaves tny work to po and interfere with iho freedom of elections at iho polls for n whole ifny, 1 will dischurije him, r.o rr.ncor what his po- li'.icnl episiinus may !ie, arid 1 told you that be- f, rehund. 81'. you've only yourself to blame. Here's iho l.alfir.ce of money due vou. And when rest you fret a place, don't throw it up for she sake of some brawling candidate who doesn't care three beans for you.' this, iho merchant turned from Mur- phy, who slowly, with anper, mortifica- tion, and disappointment in his rnind for ihe predominance. He only gone about a block from the store of .Mr. when his being released from prison after 30 days, on giving his note for the fine and costs) until he has tieen imprisoned two or four months. 4. Thc prosecutions may be triod before any magistrate in tho county. 5. The fine shall go for the uao of tho poor. The prosecutor may be a witness in the If the prosecution bo begun, undiir the approval of a selectman or alderman, the defend- ant shell not recover costs though acquitted. 8. Appeals from n conviction rendered shall bo allowed only on the following conditions The appellant must first give a bond for witli two sureties, to sustain his appeal. He must also yive another bond (if jiJCO with two sureties, not to violate tho law while iho appeal is pending. Audit' the bonds are not given in 24 hours after conviction, the appeal is ni.t lo bo allowed. Ho must f-r.y tho foes in advance, of thc jury who arc to try him. If tho appeal is finally decided against him, he n'.tiM submit to the double amount of fines, penalties, and. imprisonment first impos- ed. iWAMTFACTVniKC AND COMMON SELLER. s i wery gladdened hy lite sight of P.------, who stood lalhing wilh two or three Murphy waited at a respectful distance until R------ was disengaged, and then approached him with his hat held deferentially in his hand. H------did not appear to observe him, and was passing on, when the Irishman miid 'Mow are Mr. Tho defeated cnudidute Imlf paused, and atnr- ed at him, while his brow contracted. Murphy smiled, r.nd advanced nearer, expecting the coun- tenance, of his friend suddenly lo change, and his hhnd ro his, warmly. 'Who tiro you, nnd what do you now fell from the lips nf R--------, while his faco wore a mure repulsive aspect. 'Don't know Musthor asked tho j voter. i '.Murphy Put! I've Iiiul more Put Murphys j running after me than would freight a t What i'.n y.ui wiintT j I'oor .Murphy wasilum'.i with He stood like one fora hm- and then turned slowly away. He had shrunk now his former dimensions, anil feit not unly in.-iL'nifiemlf, hut power'.ess and wretched. This was the ur.kindost cut of all. Since election day. I'M .Murphy has hurl a pret- i ly hiird lime of it to got bread lor his family. At hud-carrying, collar-diguing, and street-scraping he has b-.ien working off and on and though ho has lived in hopes of getting another situation in i store, tluit hope has not vet been i Whi-n election times como round again, he Any person convicted of boing a or seller of intoxicating drinks shall For the first offence, ftlOO and costs, and in defaulter payment GO days imprisonment; For iho second offence. and or 4 ip.omhs. imprisonment: Fur the third and every succeeding offence, bo'.h a fine of S-OOand also lour months impris- onment. SEIZURES OF LIQUORS FOS SALE. Seels. 11, 13, 13. 1. Any three voters in a town or city may go before a magistrate, nnil make oath thai he fic- kices liquors are keptfor sa'.e, contrary to law, in any store, shop, The magistrate shr.ll (not mty) issue a search warrant for them. 3. The sheriff or constable shall search the premises, and if any iirj-.iors aro found shnli lukc them away to H place nf security. He shall not, however, search any dwelling-house, unless a shop is kept in it, or unless one of tho complain- ants shall testify to somo act of tale in it, within one month pre.ce !ing. 4. He shall also summon tho owner or keep- er of tho liquors, if he be known, lo appear forthwith botore the mugtslrale. 5. The ownor or kaepers must then prove ductiun hat s-ud liquors are of foreign prorlttc- That they huve boen imported acconlir.gr to the. laws of ihe United Slates That they aro in the original packages, bottle, and are not in IBSS quantities thai: the U. H. law proscribes, liutin order lo prove this, he shall not adduce tbo custom-house certificates of importation, nor the marks on the casks or pncksguu, (all these beir.g notoriously often forced.) A True Story. Col. C. of Mansfield, Ohio, was a lawyer and merchant in this place some twenty-five years since. Col C. was a tall muscular man, noble and high minded in all his transactions in He Iiad purchased goods at Pittsburgh, and had occasion to repair to that place, at a certain time and fork over, a.id buy more goods. On his ar- rival at P. he called his creditors together, and told them he would not be able to pay but fifty cents on the dollar, and if they would accept of that proposition he was ready to do it, if r.ot, they might dispose of him M they pleased. Thny would nol accept of his offer, but had him imme- diately arrested and put him in prison. On ar- riving at the juil, ho found throe hearty look- ing men, who werii confined for debt, sitting on their blocks or stools, in rather a desponding at- titude. 1 said tho Col. to the ono nearest him, COXCUESSIONAI, UANUUET SVTH. KOS- "whnt the d- -I are you here for For debt, replied the prisoner. How much is asked Col. C. Three or four was tho reply. (The Sheriff being ''how much is it, Mr. Sheriff." Four dollars and seventy-five." 11 Well." said the "here is the money but don't let me catch you here again for that much." That Col. addressed the next cue; "Woll.sir what uro you here For debt, sir." "How much is it! The Congressional Banquet to Koasuth came off on the evening of tho 7ih inst. About Ihree hundred were present. The subscription tick- ets were five dollars each. Among the subsciib- en we observe the names of Judgr- Donplas, General Shields, Dr. Molony, Col. Bissel, Ma- jor Richardeon, and Sir. Yatex, of Hon. W. King, President of lha Stnate presid- ed, with Kossulh and Speaker Boyd, at his right and Webster on ihe lofu After the cloih had been removed, Mr. King announced the tonsts. The 1st. was the President ot thc United Stales- Mr. Webster responded. The 9nd The Judiciary ot thc United States. Which was responded to by Judye Wayne, of the Supremo Court. The Navy of the United States. Responded to b ly Mr. Slanlon, of Tcnn. I'he Armvof the United Sti The States. Responded to by Gen. Shields, lie said: Ho regretted that the illust.-ions chief of the army was not ihere to respond, but in the nnine of Ihe army he returned thanks for tho toast and the enthusiasm with which it had been received. Tho army was worthy of the toast, having broTt us safely through the wars. The voice of ihc car.non in saluting him, was the voice of twenty- five millions of Applause.] It was not a salute to Kossntii merely; but lo the. irreat principle he advocated of iiiiti.iiintitv and human liberty. [Applause.] Asanlrish- ninn by birth, an American by adoption, ho would feel himself atra'.ior of both countries if he did not sustain downtrodden nationality every where. [Applause. The army that haj maintuincil itself in three wars against iho most nations in Ihe Twenty-five dollars and said world, u-ouIJ if tho trying time came again, maintain tho Bamo I'.ng tho same triumph, tiie same victories, in tho cause of liberty. [Ap- the Sheriff. said the Col. "here's the money, now clear yourself, don't let mo soo you here again." Tho Col. put tho same question to the third one and then paid twenty-five dollars for the lib- eration. I have the Col., vacated the coop, and am cock of the walk. Now Mr. Sherilf, lock me in, and go and engage me a good, trus- ty servant man at a good price. I've got the money to pay him and you also, for your trouble, and one witli whom you can entrust the keys of the prison." Very said the Sheriff. "I will Accordingly thc man appeared with tho key of the prison in hiH hand. said the Col. "you have come I sup- pose, to work for mo while 1 remain in this soli- tary abode of justice. "Yes, sir." eaid thc Col., "get al! the help you want, to renovate this room, by washing, white Mr. King then announced HUNSABV HEl'HESE.STED TUB TEHSON OK OUR HONORED proved herself worthy to be free by tho virtue am! valor of her sons, the low of nations, nnd the dictates of jus- tice, alike demand that she shall have fair play in her struggle for independence. [Eaihubisil- ic Cheering.] KOSSUTH'S niu'LY. Governor Kossnth rose in ihe midst of renew- ed cheers, and pronounced tho following spnrch: Sm once the r'pirotc, stood among the senators of Homo, who with nn earn- est word of self coiicious mr.jeslry, controlled the condition of the world and arrested mighty kings in their ambitions march, thus full of ad- miration nnd of roveronco T stand before yon, legislators of the new cnpilol lliat glorious hall of your people's coilective majesty. The capi-. 'I' tiio old yot stands, but thc spirit has depnrt- washing,   an act of charity and humanity nnd then again rny expenses in fitting up the prison room, a duty 1 owed to u i tny- to The liquors shnil bo destroyod The owners or keepers shall be fined ?20 and costs, nnd in case of non-payment be impris- oned 30 dnys. It the owner or keepers of the liquors bo unknown, the liquors shall be publicly destroyed, two weeks nfter which, il no town fluent proves that they are his according to soc'.ion 2, they shall ba destroyed. 8. Appeals from the magistrate's orders for the destruction of thc liquors shall not be nllovv- days imprisonment at S3 per day, will amount i Omega, end they wi in all to 181, and i will pay the balance afier you f jn' fesv wordi. havo deducted this." Very said his creditors, wfll do it. Wo do not wsnt to see you absent from your family for ihe paltry sum of Sj-tOOO, when 3-011 say, honestly, you are unable to pay the Verv said the Col., "1 have told vou whnt I would do, and I will do nothing- Let us make out ihe estimate cf thc amount you arc to hiive." sues which make history, nnd that history is always logical. There is a necessity of conse- quences where the necessity of position Principles arc iho Alpha, they must finish wilh history iray be told. fleforu yet iho heroic of (Jrpeco first engaged your country's syrnpailiy for the fate of freedom in Europe, then so far distant, nnd r.ow so near, Chselfnubrintid happened to be. in Athens, and he henrii from a milmrct raised upon tho l-'rnpyhe. in n Turkish priest in Arabic language announcinrj the lapse nf hours to Ihe Christnins ofMineiva's town. immense history in ihe small (net of a Turkish Im.ium crying out, "L'ray, man, I.IILM ed, tili the appellant has given a bond of Rnods, nnd returned again to his residence in wilh two sureties, to prosecute his appeal, pay Mansfield. fines, itc. 9. If the appeal shall bj decided against him. All being done, Col. C. purchased a lot of I hour is running fsst.aud ihc judgement draws Sir, there is equally written in ihe honor hnr.ible self. The history of future bfs'.owtvj hy you to my of independent ..r .h.. furk. fb' ha! nnd Jour.ris rirst rat the people bill it'.tali souni! i ninl fury, meatuiii: just Murphy, my durlint. treat I'at thrust his i i; t'ortli slowly nothing at all, nt ail, I'at l.'ome, Pat, won't you 1 nt'i I, is pocket, nnd then shook head r.nii sigh- uy own iulLre.-ting condition, Mr. Pat- you seen Mr. R to-dny afc [Uttered into tile belief that ho is "some- and made to pull in iho traces under some i political driver, while of any use, and then be turned out to get pasture where ho can I'md it. j How ninr.y campaigns il will take to endow him j u ith a grain of cnmmon sense, or independent! tl.ought, U a sum that our knowledge cf figures f will nut enable us to cipher out. But, we shail i RICE Ihis forms excellent I..i U -iii.l nil i-. i. -tS 4 ,iit Ar.i i t. I n't a red rint left to bless myself.' '.lu.-t nek. ,-VO .Murphy. hul he looked as sour as a lemon It J wvi.'.d uki. a p.iwt-r of Mitfar to sweeten him.' i 'I Ii.'s ihsapjvuuted, in coorso.' 'Ain't he i 'Well as fur .Mr. R----------, I can say one thing of him honrs'.'.y. lie's a icutieman. ivory inch, lie .1 mon he sees him and can .ipj.rivial merit in thy hunibleii. Had luck tr.i j-irty that bate him, sny I.' 'H--'s a" the resti'f replied tho man tho. i'me nice when they wan'. Hut tn.i cr-od to share the samesun- .-Ir.nr with ;on after the election. I kaovv Vin all. fr.i-.n A to Ti; nol stand hear a jontlomnn like Mr. stroyed. IQ. Chemists, and who use hqucrs in their business onlj, arc exempt from prosecution. LIQUORS KEPT FOS fAI.E ON FUELTC OCCA- SIONS. M, 15.> Lii-juors sold or kept in any tent, shanty, white, add one pint of mi'.k. anil n quarter of n pound of loaf sugar. Jioil it until tho rice has absorbed ihe whole, of the miik, slirrrng it 1're- qnenlly the time. Put it i.'Uo a mould. ami it will turn or.t when quiiR cold. ]f prefer- i red hot. it mny bo mode warm by beinij phi- r r.eif tn thc oven for a short time. Jt may be. lla- vored with lerr'on, cinnamon. but K is most 7 irint o the Troy and western Line, RtcE.-CiArr L. STKR.MSSHI: Co.. by ihe authorities without warrant, find the keep-1 ers arrested the former to be destroyed, and the i WHALE j stories seems to !fl? i latter imprisonment 30 days. j the order of the day, hut we have hardly seen a i opo ,jian following, which was ihe Beaton Posl boy, of Oct. 1-J, rescued from his Asiatic prison by America crossing the Atlantic, charged with the hopes of oppressed niilii.'iis, pleading, a exile before the people i.-f this great Republic, his down-trudd.'n com.try's wronrjs and its iiitim.v.e c..nneciit-r. the fate of the European nnd with the boldness of a just canar-, clnimiiifl the principles of the Christain reliirion to bo raised lo n law of nations and to see not only the Soldncss of thp poor exiic forgiven, but to sec him consoled by :he svmpn'.hy of millions, encouraged by individ- uals." associations, meeting, cities, and Males, supported by aid, and greeted by Con- gress and S'y tho government as tiio nation's guest, honored cut of generosity, with Ihat hun- cr ono man bclore him rnr-n received them out of -I i. m -v.ii.'rir t" J LI irilU.nl'. R. -from Folgartown, that a vessel 'ite- bition. Now. it is a providential fact, that rail- fortune has tlie privilege to ennoble man', mind and to strengthen character. There ia sort of natural instinct of human tianilj in tho heart of man, which steels hi. very nerve, nol to bend beneath heavy blow, of a great ad- versity. The palm Ires grow, beat bereatk a ponderous ap tho character of man. There is no merit in it, it ia a law of pty- choSogy. The pelljr pangs of .mall daily canw, hate often bent the character of men, but great misfortunes seldom. There is leas danger in this than in great good luck and as to ambiticn, I, indeed, have nerer been le understand anybody can more love ambition than liber- ty. But I urn glad to stale a historical fact as a principal demonstration of that influence which institutions exercwe upon the character of na- tions. We Hungarians are Tery fond of thil principle of municipal tclf-govcrnment, and wo have n natural horror agair.st the principle ot" centralization, Thit fond attachment to muni- cipal self-government without which there no provincial freedom possible, is a fundamental fea- ture of our national character. We brought it with ui from far Asia thousand yc.rs ago, and we conserved il through Iho vicissitudes of trn centuries. No nation has perhaps K much suf- fered ami struggled from the civilized Christian world, as we. We do not complain cf this lot. It may be heavy, but it is not inglorious. Where the cradio of our Saviour stood, and where divine doctrine was founded, thcru another faith r.ow reigns, and tho whole of Kurope's pilgrimage could not avert thi. fate from the cred spot, nor stop the rushing waves of Isia- :nism absorbing tho Christian F-mpiro oi Cua- I st.v.itine-. We slopped these rushing vraves. The breast I of my nation proved a brcaEwater to them. We guarded Christendom, that Luthers or CV.vins mijjlit reform it. It was a dangerous time, er.J the dangers uf tho time often placed the costi- denco of all my nation into ono msn's hand, ar.d their confidence gvro power into bands to bo- come ambitious, lltu there was not a single in- stance in our history where a man honored his people's confidence, had deceived his by becoming ambitious. The man out of whom Russian diplomacy succeeded in mailing tho murderer of his nation's novel htid it, but was regarded alwayi wilh But he gained some victories Tvhon victories were thu moment's chief necetiity. At the head of an army, circumstances placed him in the capacity to ruin his country. But he never had the people's confidence. So, even he is no contradiction of the historical truth, that no Hun- garian whom his nation honored'willi its confi- dence, was ever seduced by cniuition to becorr.o dangerous to his country's liberty. That is a remarkable fact, and yet it is not It is the logical consequence of the of institutions upon the national character. Our nation, through ail its history, was educated in the school of municipal self government, and isi such n country, ambition having no fic'.d, has al- so no plice in man's character. The truth of this doctrine becomes yet morn illustrated by a quite contrary historical fact in France. What- ever havo been the changes of Government in that great country, and many thoy have been, to be sure, wo have seen a Convention, a Directo- rate of Consuls, and one Consul, and an Eir.pe- ror, and tho restoration, was the fundamental tone of the Institution of France. Power a'waya centralized; Omnipotence always vested some- where, and remarkably, indeed, France has nev- er yet the ninir'a man to the .eat ol who has not sacrificed his country's freedom to his personal ambitian. It ia .orrowful, indeed but it is natural. It it in thc garden of centrali- lation where the rcnemoui plant of ambition thrives. I dare confidently alSrm that in yonr pri'if country rhero not a single man through u-hose brains has ever the thought that he would wish to raise the seat of hi. ambiion upon thc ruins of yonr country's liberty. If such a wish is impciuible in the United Stales. Institutions react npon tho character of nations. Us who tows the wind, will reap tho storm. History is tho revelation of Provi- dence. Tho Almighty rules by eternal laws not only the material but the moral world, every law is a principlo, and every principle a Men, as well as are endowed wilh will to choose a principle, bin that once choacn, the consequences must bo abided. Wilh self- government is freedom, and with freedom is jaa- ticc and patriotism. Wilh centralization it am i unj with ambition, dwells despotism. Happy, your grtat country, sir, for being so warmly addicted to thai great principle cf i-eif- J government. Upor. this four.dalion your futt- j ers raised a home 10 Irecdom more glorious than the world has ever seen. Upon this fonp.dati. a you have developed it to a living wonder of the world. Happy your creat country, that it was hOiCcted by the, blessings of the to prove the glorious practicability of a federative Union of many sovereign all conservitjr their Stiito their soU-tfovcrr.ment, and yet in Kvi-ry etar beaming with ita oven lustra, but nil one constL-IUtinr. on mankind's canopy. Upon this foundation your freo country has to a prodigious in o surprising period. have attracted in that. Your fundamental have mora in seventy five years than Rome by arms in centuries. Your principiea will conquer the world. By lh" glorious exim- ;4o of freedom, welfare and man- kind is aljout to b-'corr.e conscious of aim. The lesson you give to wi'.i r.ot bo lost, and tho ol the in the lediTiil gov.ernmuni of America and :n its sever- al States, wii! heci.rnc nn instrjctivo ex.-un-ie for universal tdli-ruiii.'n, f.irbeirsnce justice to tho future States and republics of Europe. Up- on this wiil bo got r: i of the question of iangMBjte, and nationalities raised by cunning despotisms in ro murder i liberty, and '.vie M.-ir'.l'.e.r Suites will find security in the. principles of federative union, whilo will conserve their r.i'.tonal by th.> prin- ciples of s-'lf-jfoverninrnt; anJ j abdicating principle of ceasr: to be a blooofield to sjingsiina- I ry utiirpmicn. a tool to the ambition of wick- l men municipal institutions will ensure the velopemcn: of local particular element.'. j Freedom, formerly an abstract political theory I will the hoojeho'..; benefit to mcrucipaii- I ties. rr.i nf the welfare and contentmeLlcf all will "ow happiniss peace ond .ecurity the whole. This is my confident There will at once subside the of (.'lerrnanv'a fata. It will become the of i st.-uiu .LIU iit.ii ,t nhe ;iir. v- v- i j ti r abused after that retorted Mur- i a between Now ork and Buf- phy. indigiuviitly. von i fd. ,s sneeringly repii- I s O r. NI.U i i1.. 1, lit M., >l. Jk ri'. x.. Indndc, and I won't, thin. lie's my friend, t'i! hrid ony .-non till account thai spakcs him.' this, three or four bar-room loungers who anted n little excitement, flrow inslnnlly ar.'r.nd the Irishman, and hcaan chafing him on the su'.'iec; of his fiier.d K--------. In i whiie hi< h-n blood was boiling ove.r, r.nd tho nuiKi-les of hand-; d'tunictins; spasmodically. j A fight ensued, in which Murphy was severely boston, and then was pitched heaillong into the strcot. falo. A greater share of the above tolls hns been pnid on merchandize1 going to, and produce com- from, tho Staler of Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, nnd Illinois, sho'.vinar that tho Stale of New York receives a large share of its toils from these slates. Should the tolls be reduced thi- winter, as they should be, there is no doubt but the above State would, duiing tile ensuing sea- son, pay nn increased amount of tolls over last year. At the sale of n parson's effects recently, his library sold frr and his wines for 8300 dol- lars. His wife letter killeth. but the spirit giveth life.1' ny other c.ise, except arrest a'.vshmg 1. No liquor seller can sit on a jury is any trial under this act. (Sect. 9. Prosecutions under this act ihnll be tried in the courts before criminals are under a: 10.) 3. Neither the court nrr ihc of- ficer shall have power to discontinue a suit ones begun, or postpone the trial from one court to S, 10.) 4. In any case appealed, if il be in the form of criminal prosecution, the State's thttt conduct the case, nnd shnil receive the coats, which come to the State in addition to his regu- lar salary, acd thc shall in no case be remit- ted or redn-cad in amount. (This provision mates undoubted authority. ftr A man out West who has a large farm he op all thc hay he can out and the remainder he puts in his A Western editor says that "a child wss run over in the streets by a wagon three yenrs old and cross-eyed, with pantalets on, which nev- er afterwards." IT King Alcohol got n "knock in the head at ST. John, X. B., a fow days since, and it is said .f my iic cspwciiy. This I owe lo my nation's dignity, and, therefore, respectfully thanking this highfy distinguished assembly, in my country's name, 1 j the boldness to say, that Hungary well de- serves your Hunipsry has a claim to protection, because it has a claim 10 to myself permit mf humbly to express 1 that I am well nware not lo have in these hon- i nrs iny person.! share. Nay. I know that even i that which mipht seem lo be personal in your i togit. i. only an acknowledgment of an nrsinrical fact, verv instructively connected wilh a princi- .luible and deaf to crery republican heart that many barre'3 of hfa "bloodr subetance" jn the United Stales of America. Sir, you were flawed down gutters of tbe streets of iho j pleaded to mention in your toist that 1 am nn- cily. red bv misfortune, and bv am- bj mixing in ono but by federating sovara! sovereijjn siitrs union like yours, upon a similar tak? place the national rejpjcsrstion of. ihe vonian states, and r.ot upon s Mcri'.egions- of pansl.'iviim. eqaiveionl to the omnipotence of' the Czar. Upon similar baaii will we fair I Italy, independent nnJ free. Not nnity, tot ''union, will must become the watch-word rf national bodies, into desecrnle.il Hmb.s br provincial rivalries, out of which- a ilock of despots and common servitude. To be sure, it it z joy to great republic, lo feel that the morai influence ;of ycur giorious example has in produ- cing this happy development in ny, and I havo not the slightest of the cf. flcacy of your example's influence. But it one thing indispensable to it, williout which there U no hopo for this hippy isiue. dispensable is thst   

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