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   Tribune and Telegraph (Newspaper) - December 20, 1855, Kenosha, Wisconsin                               oij CH 11 rUJLUlirll OtUT' tilt III. tl rF-l, L1 t M 'i--' T-i cny j-urycar, 'f. j t.r 1> it If i i-i Atlrj-ititt...................y.UU J.U tnlrn Iu puyuieut fur.inb.' TKIiMlS. >j vi :w-? j _- jrT'All Limit ..f niul I'aiicy I'rintirgfzceu. iM-aitr it bu dime eli-owbtre ami nl 4 H J, WIS., THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1855. 27.' ;l Onu Kjuare, (traiulBnt) Hubionneut Inicr. Oncuqimra, tliree Ouc rlz Om> square, ono year I Itie-funrtb of a cn'.uinn, tliruu tmmlln. O.iofonrtkof aouluir.n.tix Oae fourfhuf a colimia,  p. ffliTtioim em mminr. i Corucrof JliiJn utiil .llnrlipl Ml-., Brill A: lire, i OFTKI! In pnlillp il cTnrc j eit and U'-t nxiinrnfotiirllnr-j nml liim, Sml- j Kly Iliitf.d'i tMii'i ttiiu'pillif ourl'i.p tn lie l from Ami rrp ti'o fir-" friim we In onr r r.m! Immortality isball tritkcu To rcnlily nnd life. O.riftaln. raiito tliinc t 'Tis Ilic "honie" anr 'Tin onr nn Ipain, and makp latish. Auj-ibarn let tho cattio out. mole water thin-rat which you they-would and teicr.il other thino of liUe charac- I cannot eincrivrtrfn meaner nrmnrenip.; tcr. .Xoirj had rtrclved thi-ra tlmt the p.mlly net tl.an that. Hail they, cmnp and torn J ty were comlnc, nnd tlu-r wero atchcd. They Jdrnvn my fotiro, it wnnlil'iint have half ro wurp tndi> nnd it priminal, mi.rally ll.nl.unti lj iTarl: to at the lime, yet all and runt fi-el inieh a milch.'- j who won-at MAC, Way HP'S ucrvkuonn, and tkev know it a mpaii trieK, and I Kou'.d not liAd boon traced to ih'eir miefliittf. X-OKRIIJW XKVTH. Arrival of tho Araco and Baltic. VOBK, IVe. in. from Kanns. I The St. Inttlligcnrerof tho IlUh, furnNh- later from It ilrclnrt-i upc'n tinr on tlic I-.tl.i-. UiOIK V MU CUIILjld hftii nt cnn pj.nv.' muiin VOI..-M-.V nitik-i c.f liu- H'-i; w.U i.f Mi 'jnan'l'y i.f Fly n up to will be bought for CB'h nml tn tlip IT t ipnr Vet. TI> thn TranV nKi r olirct- and iif t.'ollilrt. dail'llet. all iintti iifNniltllrrj arc. cry linuT bfr frn- fmri the irift (.f Slmll In- tin re. l.ftillT lii MI AVr-rp tlmn thnni'li lifr 'Tlmnsli tli'ticoirtlilylntl 'f ft nmiml n fur tha Ttca Amla Kinr nut the ilurnmifm, Thnneli it tnny Mrrn iw lint tliy 4 Dritli nlnrc (ct tticp free. I.lltr'y. Dec. 1 I'll, I'sV.. Tho Thico Finhennen. nr Tbrre wmt nut Intn thp iTitn wwt ihe. RIIII wrn? dnwn. reii ,1 lovi join them in iV -aiil Aoilun. .ir>  uilt-r a.nt punliiMT. And Innkcu el at Ikp fire in rret-tjiU tif IJiMnlii. fnnn tnnrhci, nml that ran ur i.Lcp .iu Ji.md t- ill i i 'ir vtppU alw li fnm >i a ovcrj'lhli ji full, rn Anil tlipnck il ra'rtp rnllircnp.rf.rjpd r.n.l brown, for u Hut mpn vorfc wppp, Tlmnrh bp and wnteri deep, An 1 Iho harbor Imr In' nmsninj. ir nt the innrkft nriur. Mrrt (Itin mitt All T- S- .in r-ir.i." of V[ i Tl linl Mnrl.fl ui.J.r iii.ab.LR H.ii.k. A. LUWIS KnoiArt, E. T All, Oil AX D P17APKU, til c Hull, tin III. ffm innrii'iitr rhp fitlc wpnt ilnwn, 'lAnd wninoa ire Tvalcliintr ftinl their 1 Tor ilmt trill nevercntnf l.r.rk to Ilie town; l-'or ni-n rnn-t nnil w-nien P'l iKr mir. rt'r to Ai il twil live to tl.p l.nr nnd itn monniiiff. l irit'..ru 'F M .1 II.P lntt-t H'lil i BAD COMPAirr. inl.lt> A Hhpsrlt far i i CUHH. .iviriliV r. Ai-fliui .J', tied, s.'i ttr.ln. I i: JDMAII ,1 l.-.-T. r Chicago and UiUvaakco lls.il It nn old f.irir? tlmt' r. rail knoTii bj thi! eoi-ipany hr nmi a more true _ !hnt the liy sreh crnipnuy, nnd M: IIP fialrrn j v !n jwiyt'i ny sreh crnipnuy, nnd inich L- ii-h v j f f. (V p 'lllcnt tin- O'Trntiy.m Ket'w.h.i.VCrv cliarnelcr and ofnnv pcnoin. A -im- '.S i P iim drawn fnmi actual obser- illunirntc my meaning. (the nifrncc duunind< a heavier penaltv, 1 must 'I nin aorry fur It, for Josnph Coopor I commit yon to bu tried at the Ui know iit akit.d, honQit yuuth. and Superior Court.' tliiu In ruin You Kach of Ihein wn  I tin dtiluriiTilintUn it to await aililiUtm.il mpn, and tlio tlinjinib tin) and are p.t their Huu tho.aeiii compnsiinns. cril work. You knmv uho pulled n mnu'i fctlee, of eiiune. 1 don't nu-an.'u yon wlwUiil it, but I say you knou sir, I do. yet, ncrc ycu ukid who Miuilil uoc te'.l.' course nut. I wculd not fistlior: 'h.in, happy. HP now what evil company liud tluy kuun- better! ntphjiiune for him, aud he wishtd that ho had" been of Tinland In had boeti mild for of IMV. My di-lU'pr.iti: It, ntnbitaMe T i: r.-iil KUOII n Ijcforc. the season, but III tie dttlfof llotliniait iiaiVbeeu iVilliin und tin! peujilu prujierty kail twun Anotlirr of U.ill.li !ir.d left I (lie contrite yotitlu. throe rinplonders nnae ir. U-'v, -Sli iiiiiuji Lit HIP forwkrd nur fri.'ndc. 1 trt'i p.tta lm.H .nxpnndrd tu IPT riiiiiiPKt for tt'lilitii-rnl pid, lu hatu and your', .1. Dt-o. 3. 7V I it n. I l.ai o jiMt tnrniHl t'ruin !M-r.r Mbnn1 1 l-toii to -Main infiirnntiun rcinirdinj tin1 in Uan-im. The i-h.-riiV' dl j bj tlni oavnlry, lint r-ppuru dn tint cou npi.ii iiny >rork, the mpeelaUr I Tin1 lota! is hesnl Iilrh tlu pruM-neo ufdncuut j bnrl: nj you choO Xath.ni stirtnl n  haiv than !0 mrn In .irni> Ji; Tcnilory. You nill, t'lfn-run-. all wh-i aro inti-reiitrd In tluiiimitiir to start fur Ilie -ii'.'it of war. Tlirro is uu duiih: tiuvr hi rc-piird ti> hiivlnj a liuht. We n't know that n many liaia cmn- IilniluHl b'seaiun thpy lore biiforr, in to a lipbt. Hm to tlioni now In tlm lltno tn ahorr cnmt; nnd if am di'fe.itpd tliU tiiim, tho 1'orritory is tost tu thu Smith. An hiHJiwt ttarlnl Thny havo rained luu plxty men, in alL Oiir "mpirnro in dn- niifl It cspwIctl tKi.t Jnchtfori, Salino irill 1" th'i rerpin-! in y.-v.r men. 8. II. IK'c. oVIm-k, i-.'ii. Mr. It'a. fniiu Sou'.h. I-'li.l 'rri.lii. II) IS ----..I IS Going l-Tor'J 1-lril.Tlbin. II t.l _ n yi> i ii'ilbi li-iin 'n 'wi-litl, --iriii.i.i.u 'A1.... Tho MM ynnlli linnipJ Nali...'. %Vll'lpr. Xalimtl nlnni-tt Iwcnlv-nnii-vrars aiu1 Iiad h-eri nnd tn him .in an Hi n Mii'iic: tif moro thrcri nr.limry inteHi ri-'fctix! r.pil lin :il liy all whim. HUdinc! MCHI r.ll and nt: f.-rnnre -nni not miU- isati- ly, Imf r-mii'rnlly h YP! Nttkan li'-.d nis frsu't. H uro In .'uin tlipiu. t- fnitin IVo voutln >it-re low nrti dfjriailed in ut tlio MnluJe j ninn livtil ni'd had tipen L'-y'1.'- .'n n nit.i-r t.t'lbc if rinjf tho nliolu tcrai. j J t u'i in -li I.-Jin DR. RAUCH, Ihouch. ai.a I Iu il Tina last in At Ilillv JIap. i.' did rim t'niuk tif ci-iii" willi llipm I niiMYcrtd Natlir.u, lookinjdown Mnrwiillu binteric. u WIN3OK A. ENGLiSH, errnth miinnintei! liv tb1 luiv iiriP'! at "_. ___ ___ t "t.. tlut ponitinii, uni A. K'it'.aiJ.'.on, cf Illmun U'o nii-t llist Mr. IrV. oti l.akp Snpi-rinr, itnd him U a txrt bully, dirly iu purlin, iu driiiikuii in ha'nt, nii'l in ibnri, nisu an could not uliU-ii ai'.iii'xiiiiii to au) Ciuviland nf r-lmuld he Ui ulect- it would tx- M dii-irrncP t-> liuin.iihy to I'liNm, and Ifff ubiicaiii'ti'; and nn that ll-iMiblics orouotiinly but una ira. nint-er the liiil; tiiii man_ Speaker III- llouio of li Vi'n Tcriir ilu! tin >tnndnrd of n.nru'.ity   

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