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Kenosha Telegraph (Newspaper) - November 19, 1852, Kenosha, Wisconsin I KI.E'.K will it rah-- ii.il. twiujt, thnn3 t TF.B.HS OF ADVERTISING. Cnr column, Thri-cei-.i.irlrr.-. JIT BY C.CLEMENT. KENOSHA, WIS., FRIDAY, JS SS CARDS. W ATI T. .M. .-..i I'.il.lir nn.l fiiin- -I V. I.IIMII. uln.j. In- llUl'll-l t.. th- rl.llflH, fir... ..lli.-r-.. Ill lllii.i.H nn.t VVi-w'i.ri-ill ui.'t 1.. M.itiMly ..Ii'...-.........r I.- l.iin.l War- -.1 -f Tuli.., t.M.M will roritln.Mf pMflk..- In nn.1 111- in.lr.n.i.'n: I., ivrili.i 1.. hi; ..'.-.I iii.il Jl 1HHIKO DAVOIITKM. My mnrrk-d ilnnslucsr roiilil you' sec, Vm rfuro you would stfurjk My tire Vvivinotherti sni'li hfk. My innrriod one my i.'Ulest child All lieart.i liy And tuy Mrnjnd ivsf.'inMus her, ttihsk tiiL'iu twins. My daujrJiter .Hpiil.> her sjjuusi1, She's u pattern wifo And ho ln.-r wvJl ht1 tVw mcti li'iwl .-turh ii Hfe. She ne'er hurl lunciud mortal mnnt Till he had won her heart Awl my .-n'roml rhe sumc Th'-y'ru seldom known :ipurt. Her iiii-li.ui'l uft has my Whiit; wui in hi- eyes, VOK jny Su.sau up With ytju the rivilil TH niiik" ht-r a domestic 1 MU. ii wii.- all my aim And rny is tuo My .-yitcm %vii.-' the LIFE OF AVEWSXER. Jl Prcctcfaftl at Me Aft'lotlron, on Sunday, IS 52, 6y TUEODORK P l'.y roporied fur Uio Boston Ctimmoawoalth, mind. The loftiest form of greatness'is never j inertia "of hill, jtoputar in its time. Men cannot understand or j that is ttlso on his side. The jjreat man is amen- rcccivc it. Guinea negroes would.thiak.u juggler able, with us. to no conventional standard mcas- niorc than Fmnfclin. ITerod ami Vilatc were popn- j lire, in Enjrland or to puMIc bpin- lar in their of property'ami They got nominntifms nml honor cnoiijrTi. de of got no a eross lie- by L.I.JUTU.S hri'l J. M. YKURI.VI TVlir-ii Bussiiet, who wns himself tlie. .if vlutjucuec, (ircauhcd the funeral discourse on j tween two crowned with Henrietta Maria, daughter of Henry the Fourth of whcn he died, eleven Galileans gathered to- Krance, and wile of Charles the First of England, I gflthcr to lament their Lord. Any man can meo- he Iiud n task far easier thuu ninie t onlay. Site. indeed, the daughter of a king assassinated in his own :md tlie widow jtuli- sure a walking-stick ?o inany hands wide and so many beside but it takes a mountain of intellect to measure the Andes and Altai. put to death inJVout of hij own palace. Her But now and then, Uotl creates u great, mighty J.IM; IVM .n J. T. i: M. JH.. V., Vc-ticn! ife was Ujunded hv tlic murder of her royal sin-1, and the execution of hor kinirly spouse, i and .silo dtiM.1 neglecteft, far from kith j'.nd kin. Hut lor that yretit man, wlio in his youth thu 1'aiher oi' the Church, thf: .sorrows of her and IUT estate, inmie it easy for him to up the runlience iti his arms, with iliuir uwn tears, to show muti, who influetU'es mankind. times lie reaches tar on iuta other atr ioa as public opinion is coti-uli.-d h-.- and numbers; these, nre .tue two factors of the American product; the multiplier ami the multi- plicand; millions of men. Hence it U more UnporiiLiic :o study sncJi jjrreat men before hfart, to know their qual- ity and (intimity; for this is to measure one of the greatest popular forces for >juidin-r the present and sbilriin.; ilie future. It is ueudful. also, lo to separate the real great .seeiuirir; and of the real Siiuh a i the grroa: good iVom the changed mou's idjas of political VOL- XIII-NO. 22. on he visiic-d the Vfest, a f.-w years a-o, ancm- ['rn-glKy Iiis worus jL.-v touch.- tN-ir bat- isrant irom New met him, :l.-s oVr Iwanl rojoive or limi, ami ar-ke.l, this the son of inim, livo or die, And you'll tiiri-t to-day. C'urloiiM Story tiiem the nothingness of mortal glory, and the opposed, and hatod, too. 'flic tall house in the lieautv ot'etrrtial life. hi.s hearers to his i street darkens the grocer's window opposite, and i iha: ilav, as the mother lays the sol.- he ranst strike his light sooner tlian before. birig uliild lo her bosom, lostill its grief. To-day Unman nature loves to honor great men, and it it not so with me. Uf all mv puMic trial-, this often honors many a little one under the mistake iitnynu-t trying day. Give me yon" sympii.-. i that he is great. Sue how nations honor the really lilies, my friends.; remumljer the ..litlieuUy of my position; its delieacy, too. Xoroa.-ter, Socrates, Jesus, the loftiest of Bnt how many false uu'n I urn to speak of one of the r.iost c.wspicnnus have been whose lifu leads to be- td wihlerand to hlind! If a not for the world, hut for the saloons of for its journal.- iiml its mob. A great luiud ia iike. an elephant in the li an aueieiit bactie, the ally it' ymi ran keep is the eni.Ile of all rii.tis is cold by several X, VVv! "'icnl vritui-s Kgirvad, a secretary to K0, but by the nature uf I thousand year- before yna and me, we cannot nn- "he'divhie I 'iiarlcma'.'lic, and a daughter of that j ablest, intellects. 1. urn to speak of a derstar.d him. If only a hnn.l'.vd years pF tlunnrlit j with which yon are ciltrusced. lit-niiv ,INSI M A i: ON I.H'J-; 'J'liv scru'tary tV-ll iu love with the princess, win. m.1M; hl of one When fourtee-.l years old. "lie wen: to the ..I'tl'itfr Acadeinv lor a few then lo jrr n !V i.lies ol gral-.lii.ic. and :si uu nacue, the ally ,t enn wvrk. fol. l him .n tiiu rronting liie right way: hut if the mind. He was an ap.bi-ious live, .ui'd ,-f. he turns about, he is ihe fatalest fiv, and trends I th.-ir nn.l r. i-o his master under his Great miv-ds have a M.tli.-o it.tie outward turmtniv. 1 he won.U-r the n" -1; toanirv, bus ll c tnek of turning around. _ other way. lie was more co'lege than the it- lvoil''" ".....'''V........ self had a in his head. It takes time, i llo''v couM he s.-.y and Ihe ami Wlllrli .Tllllll'i-, .1 v.-rr. -h..iild-t have cuna' lo me; tln.ii art worthy ,uul it is reverential to treat c. man like nu-.i come lo look upon a hero's fa.-e, who are all1, m.cr eoniini-nts. Hence, I of milted i.> the bar in l.SOf., with a ..f d-nth. I.IK Ihee two lives. Take thy i ;1 child full- ill maiTiag.-; fear Cod mid love one an Givo your sympathies. This Iain su-.-e of; i i sha'.l be as tender in my judgment as a woman's love; I will try tu be ,i- fair as the justice of man. I -ball tax vear lime bcvond evi.-n uu1-' Mr E. u KINS I'.Ki.i.t.s. a mineral tc-.lai-tcr in 1 eaanoi ..i-ii-. i Dlvmpus nilo a nut. tin- Mr. rali-'.-r.j! I'oloii, ;u.-t 111- l-.L'.ii.'ii -Jad. ili-t., tlie p.iniculiir.. 'it' cv of em- i to a man. They say that women have1 rhe .1 -.i-.n ..u .1 ue...iay. -_a.l. u.-t., lhu' ;l ,ls most of this alleetion, and so arc most attachable, p.un.'.l l., record. Th" mm.. ,0 vuu M m.' ,vl.m L. ,waved by persons least, by ideas. Woman', '-tha: VVKII'STKH left to .lie, ,md Nature will mind and conscknce, and her.ou'. they say, crush i .-iv.. us anoilu-r such as he. I will take I her bosomy I5ut when a great man .ml iiln- a .-I :ir....-i...i i------, i.....-. and lliu, enianglcd. being .T 'A iih hi- in-ad tit-' fur a i.li-l.m r.uv hy thai you sit IM-JV on t clr) Ac., ..-i. 11 r-- n.'i t- tl" JOIJ PRINTING! The ilu.'ine will lak i 1 say. A great man is the bloi-om of the individual and prophetic Mower, fuirent of seeds i will be men. This is the greatest work of V.-'l v.ra th.i: :li- .l.-.-a-.-d w.i, a poor and and moon, and sun. he l-ft a -11 llu: mngnilicenco of the universe. i.; ;l lower lhan a'nrels. ami. Ilk'.1 the aloe KIM. r-> run HI.D. kmd Llioi.; who tree it blooms but once an :ige. So we should an- 'nth' air.irnn ..f lit'.-. I'or kuowoii no; love and cherHi it ihe more. America h ir in ir Are ihey iiuer- i There have been fcvr in her hi-l'irv. 'Ferril.: in comes, he is wont lo ma'.a: -women us all, and take us by the heart. Jiaili greavyiian, if lei alone, will have nn influence in to hia Uirrb of inin'l and gnofl great man, us the impression of ids iiand we shall harden in H.imp.-hire known also in the lire of cciuaries and keep the mark. Stump :i ihirtv leiter on C ho w very frail it seems; I to li'Misc of e- in bnt burn that clay in the fire, and though Nineveh has a wife, nnd soon has two und two sludl perish, and liahylon a heap of ruins. Xcxs, hi- ln.ii-.: is l.urne.i his wile that brick keeps the iirrow-hoadcd tetter to this ?ic is in in ISIi'. iu IS-JO. iii. n -S I years old, he i.; a member of ihe rvia.i.-aehu.-elts Le (lay. As with bricks so with nations. A L.-rcat man may do one of two things in influ- j Convention, and is one of the leading members strength ol mind ana gooH great man, ciihev he in.wexten.; liim-c.f ot right there. prav.Aiii- bu: at the same rmc the bad great man for as each panicle of uf I distancing ihe rivalry of nu'n Bo.-ton bvrn and has an attractive force whie.li ali'eels alluili-.-r ,vidclv, uml have a great Cambria.- bred. His li-ht t-iken'from 'I'rdc- U-r, so L-neh panicle of miml and num. in OOT1 fnttfrs hi, the ;-'t ..m'd has ;iu attraelivc force which attracts ul'. other his info their fiction, and yc-t in'iv reach far onward into the future. He But, ns we somewhat control our activity wiih powor jn hv progressive increase of power over nnulcr and mind, so we ought to know if what we. follow be CNprc-s and show their value. r i greatness or seeming and of ,Plx..ir of h.u-i1 the diilu-..! ui.i.. II.- was a wanted Ia n: ;he J.aru. ar.d t.' the .l.-t'.-i-.v vl" v.il def nee. He had an'.-y.- the l-f Am.rica. lie all men have j all that was ,.f Daniel was no ar a -A in my have b.-.-n :h" and iri.ils of ear- i i-- a dearili of great nieii. Mil-land is no I lmll< oi' consciously and freely, to iol- ,R, hv 1 lis be rfp-1 Miii i-.: I? lli.T an I tlh if SJM nf lit'-. iU'xihle tl .1-... .nr.d thine own. ih :y aid of ih.-.'! Then ho ile and left hi.-body awaili 1' irc r! e sain as- that th'.n rundeiv-t uatn th-.-tn. thing failed because i: fo'iiud them not. A po all th ,t i- ii-cdfil f..r a id do ii with Ih.ag.'.riau weeps over the hidden eVown of think it not hard if mm', is Maria Theresa, and a sadrl-i- Jrops al thy hand, Ic-t wh--n age sets its seal or. brow. and the -oil of Vir- and lill.- thy limbi with trembling, others may aml Ue-ar, IV.icrctins and Cicero. These two wait upon ihi'c unwillingly, and f.-i-l rulii-i i-d when aro the greatest men of Kurope now. There are the i.-..fll-1-liil covers thy ta.-e forever. fhemi-ts, givat. irreat [ihilogians. it- r-r but of grc.it men, Chri.-tendom has not Hi" inevar I at f'.d'............. uv j i. r. ind ih bail lii.L" all ..f ..f d'r.'k in i I .'f the fm-'-t in.aerial. Merchants watch tho markets; they know what That is" on tl-.inc. ship brings corn, what hemp, ui n- of is a I.o.'.k next at ihe ..'i' hi- l.if. Here u.mff, ran., extend himself f.-'rward, in, ll.-xl at Hie of hi S. ot who.e people i< Molted irom the mcinonc. j ol- i century: In America, ir ,s above a! I rongs I oftice in times of peril and iloubr had a 'supported l.y moral habits. Living under ihc Clay -erc.ir.ly a ma-, nau iu the Indian seued bv his :e- "f lliinUeri-iu next to the: eiabo.limen of frollt of tho 411 i i i i -I u H i t.-i ui ic .L t j-, .rv it) i toil c oi :nc arvi t.'iL-n Won.t there be fun fi-r the mibion con-iuomr., ar..l .hc.r eapuv-e be- when tho-e two take their seats in ,'V.me tlic.r king. Alter years ol rule, he managed Jo-mnl to cscnne. He then once more visited his former rl'-n' what he cud, an.! what he wa.s; what ,s me re Ilelonnd ihat saVa.es had carried -onJer ho., many present, wh.t the result for the -_______ I Ax.'tBXT I 'irn.s ,v fsr..vM..- hhn to -d him-i A l.r M I'ulk Ot ;irc ill I looking L JT ___ wlti.-li Iti'-mrv iu> In one >tt i >ii i i i i n m tlian we. o arc iilwuvs i KIN S IO Ii i- tV- S A H it ;tl MKV y nnrl at longtti died out. And of [be grout that leave is becomes ihcin, so little they are 'single nerxHc ii-.y.r. Aiv.ericr.n pine ;o atvow tho forest floor oilier litter of tue Xo ilie? here- hold great men in check. There no great Tiie mechaisic is fiuher 10 tlie mer- chant, who will asainbo f ho grandi ire of moduui- -i ics. In thirtv vcars half the wealih of Boaion tirao, with sterna to da, loiur ibr tl.e pas.-inu: of j bc iu men now poor; ami where [.niveiii u taut this fact up 5omc brother, who in A few mimr.e? shul! n j. K. -j.fhn> tnik in our lookiuir fi'f a ir iv iii to aoIve.ilK- li.iril for ihe ivck reprcscn: tlie ot" iiuuuu: nature ;i.i ideal, and the a to realise ihat itieul in his "'Ki'sH-i-iV't' 1 A Wl-t applied to the sun- uf Ufc. .Little boys in the country, working awtn-T tlie famiiv afrer them dwin on the border.- of civiluntion, on tho lie aon of Cupr. Abigai! Eastman Xu .New. Enir- iisndcr hail I'litehcd eubinao near the norih.-'Uir a.? Web-ter. The farriiiy anything but ri'.'h, livtue: 'Ir.-t in a tog then in a rVnme- Louse, aud soviet hues kuejiitigr tavern. The tV.ili- cr was a soldier of the war, ;iud iu-t-iic Revolution: a great, brave, big, brawny Tho mother' w.as a quite ..superior woman. It ir or noxt nse. .if ICu-itfrn ni-'irk-i. M., M. Jt i'i> j achieve thesmnHwboy :ook hoar? to to of money is of yesterday, it no grciit an. Here is no hereditary THK LAST OF Hoc Cnnrcntion, he.Ul in Albany, i NL-W York, a of were on the 1 in anparel, with l .._. aivv :jrcaL man. ncn.- ia ua aercuitarv oo n re- Aml we al1 ot" u's for some So" the personal greatness of a groat mind tvi T -r.vw MKUUH.l. Jt .Ml..- MEKUILL brother to eonie and Liclp us end our But i: ia no: quite to nscocruize- the ci'CitiOs: kind of A Nooika In- dian would not see much in Leibnitz, Soeraros. or in Dante; ;'.nd a wore 10 come, as much before us- ihoy an? herbre the "Sootha-Sounders, whtir ?honhl we ?ny to It is the men who arc up that see rhe rising ititt nVrinj; with their The a not ihe It crentness to sc-e great- .-lii.v-, follow dfunkou uiin Ht nijrlut strip j ness aad know it the highest: The tUiovos aro so in the eitrof Pari> thi-y divide into bratu-h uf ilio IjH.-iiK'Aa and not aad kavy them nakod uguiiut H wall post. Vind. Bulk, botir can sec; bulk of bodT or teU, i'or good or evil, i; free from that, three-fold check, and be co rats ot' immense importance.; v tit had At Tiurikcr Hill, there were fx-f >ru rh-.- of the at Lexinjrton and Concord, aii'l f.i'-i" n to li-rh: in many a fray. Thvrv I-V-n-li n NOT IP.XG BfT OFi: C-'l i u.i- I- Mr. AVUn tho virtue fcap. high in tl. pa., lie fortliO loity spring ol nohlc-1 mCMfi not un-t t'.Tixn-. SVi.-'loir.. 'Ul I .-j. of PCIIOT, of upon world tliat ic suri.'iis.-i.-i -he- may with wf Mr. v.a.' I'ttD ness, aad find it far oiT-ia the dear brta.-! of sonic mother, who melted ihe of winter, and eon- Uie dew into fair Hy, which now fiure of man in ail the Our nution is a cornmntee of the whole, I city streets- Bulk is bearded and masculine nice- a provijionai governmcnr, riches oar only hrreJitaMe gootl, greutnesa oar only person- uoniiity otEeu is To the ambition of a great bad man, or ihe philanthropy of A. great good man, there U no chcuk but the power of mon- ey or numbers no check- from families, classes, or hereflitarr If oar graat in- Ixiil. there i ro chcris am U of the Daniel Webster was fortunate in the outward On another '.vJicn tr.-o oi i. Hv i.1..-- Cor.- in the men's of of ih" I'n-t'd C-r- tho first to peril "their live.-, ibvir ollua. Hii fuli -ii s.irrcf! btcn one he artd p-u; ih-: nr-cn in the" Declaration of Independence, agftin faraCj wixwc f-'Hin-Jation bo 1 circnmstance5 of his birth and breeding-. He came made one the people rrmrriC'.I to rhe mo'j.th Uock, c.; liunktr Hili, acd a: Ifac from that class in society "whence almost the era die ivhsrcin the older Adams ar.ci Hancock UulL great-men of America have two Ad- amses, "Washington, Har.ccck, Jack- eon, Ctav, aii'd aiinost eTerv liTinsr notable of onr. rocfccd Libertv when voung and Webster chant ed the psalm of comrae Adams and who" helped new-bom ung and Webster chant- i Whiio Secretary of moration to the younger i act of his public the one deei! on which his as a political-officer wil
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