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Tribune and Telegraph (Newspaper) - January 3, 1856, Kenosha, Wisconsin SCHOrr, BU TX8 v r rjTCGWWP ITKItT tVIH., 'TliltMS. City IHT rear, 82 00 JUU.it llui So If cut jiaiJ ill 00 AH Liud> nf, prujjrc Ukeif In payment for lull foncy I'rinlim; eiecu- tot it can tm O.mc elwwllerc and at t -r. miBUNE VOL 16. KENOSHA, WI8., THTJESDAY, JANUAEY 3, 1856. NO 29. ;...tl'or- month ee- go O im-firarHi of B minion, tlr t go Uue fnarthuf a column, nne Ouo htir column, tame One-half oulnnm, ibt months ;...li to Outt'Lnlf column ouo CM A wbolu .wlamn one ytar ........So oe Fit, cuUlci ovur twelve bun Ire pur woct, four- of wli'ch am tu county. wb U a rerr .Wirnl.to medium for (ulrertMrur. to CAllDS. R.UNALS HOUSE. I Smrj, I'roiin.l.ir, fi mwly il.c Aia-rlr Clrrddti't (nVtt ti. 4. AT LAW, in L'liaurc.y. OJ-it, Main Mrcel, SI I.AS JV.-TICE 0V Till: uextdoDr T. I'.-a'K-'-' to'I.iii.' it t JLTIOUNCY COKS.-iULLOIl AT LAW, nml ;u Cl.am trv. llCHIMUli. lYUtomlll. is. MJ.OCV.TI. .v AT f'tK'i wll irlv- Aim. Ilrt'T in iinil JUchanpe. 1'ct.tusry lyiU win IJ.Mirnl Aw.f. i-u 1' Evelyn Hope. nr noBcnt U Bmutiful Hvulrn llnjc U clcr.ill S t niul ttnlcn.li? an liour. Thnt licr iHink fhclf, thin i lint (ticro "if ccrnninin fljircr, to in tlio I.M ycl liocn clmnccil, I Tlio fliultorn lire no pglit moy JJC.M Sura two tlio Inngo' S'ntfon wl.en flio d'cil! I n icarcdy licanl my It na H ton Inte, tlicn, Hrclrn Ilnpc? Wlint' yintr vtnf jmro and true, Tlw) pmid nirt in y mr yun peni! a I mimtli or with thoni. I iltnvyn dnipptd her pencil, lookinp any- I tlilnk but at the intelligence. JIuit I (-0, dear child, one to go nnd thr Q by tlio look nud tune.' I wiuild at noon po there an rrhera people nro continually Knapping cnch other from the tofa corner. Hit mother thought proper to look prarc, don't look'.Ytrjr well, be 'nid kindlr, us they ojccndeJ tho itain. 'Are you out health t' tone. returned In no Terr courteous do ycH'aiilt tr_ Fred was not to be'rebuffed. 'Becanse you are only two pMer than I, and you look thirty. I act sure. are not woll. Yon should po away tornewhere. It would do you real pood, Wh don't yon T' The tone of klndntss was not TrHlionrftj ef- fect. tell you what he mid, throwing him- would tSinkydJ hnd been "they entered his cousin's room. lirQuren of Cannibal "nre not had n, moment's comfort of my life since the lait time I TTM with that's tho truth.' John 'O.juit bccnuif oftfia coiutant reninttlcM of three scenes, of a diameter more exciting than' tea tlio family adjourned to henalf in lann caur cF in Err lanjniiJ, fretfal t the drawing-room, where Sirs, linniett, seatinc- .-----------cfiafr, Bejran tn oipatialo _ I tonei, on all Ilia trouble she had endnreil in her slop-J'niiplit.T's mar- and the tuhtoquent consequences thereof, oc. the dreadful thintrs underwent in gntting and the ttilt more dreadful thinra slio unilerwont In keeping them; how hnnl it was for a.1 wntnan tn manaire n family of how John seemed to have no inllucnrc witli his mother unit tlio Fnciiltr, and that back and I finished the You ahull tnke that back.' OF THE rA.cmc.T. KKXV YORK, you'll mako rctortuil tliu other, Tho from a tunn of dclinnca. 'I do >ay you camo hoino at 5 n'nluck tli'u ereiilntr wit in a tun in th to Saturdny i the 15th Innt. News highly -Tim lunp uxpccti-d rapture of Kar> bt- thu iv.', hai nt place. TCupurticutun do >ay yo 'For critnl I.orn'x. Ynn know bettur. It nil nmiitnknunil noting.' Orey Init alt contml ovt-rliinitelf. and turning oxrept that by Goti. Ktui-ly mid antOter Kilddetilv, gave Lett In nbluiv thnt hurt him cru- tn hattun cllr. nnd for o moment Mmint blinded him. I ratirr ot Omar TMiit lo the relief of tho city. 'You Imdliotturntrikr s.iid tl.e elder broth- At thu titim Willinnn WR> nbont windint- a er, Itidiciiantly, 'mul not thnt child. Aroynn not nf tnco capUulation. "Nothing, and how ho did nut of youraolff If you hnd" known. But It i jruuicn., now no uiu nui socm asnamcu nt youracti r If you lina any of Known, nut nouwvm have; how Orey and Lewis were M-t honor In von, vou would take that ri-ndcrud, as there oinVfrWil. a wmk foreu Iti.citt their way tllo nrrey. vuViixVi tlwk wayn in a dispute; and how, in conclusion, iilio I ynii nhall.' cnnldnotnc .Id not what to become nf thn fnmily i fjroy, I.enids with pattinn, Omar W Frod a board mid hii arm. Fred, whohnd wntchrd thn urciin with iliul'l In I'irca. nf mon on a had challenged John to n eamir. ITn had Accepted: nnd been very rnoch _________ lle I until ho happcn-d to orrrl in a tune uf reproof, 'Frederick, my bitterly. It just so all the time, and mother wujtavinpr win r has been over since I ran remember. You'll be Well, mother. 1 know it. What it was, was j J' W" j, w a .Hr i- rnsivcn, Y "f of I.ti not di'tinud.' 'lint you Muit Mcrwyn is my hr.r'nt burn luuiio fur >u lunji' Til. i.imtivt. _ _--- krow liuw they go I father It ii my vuatiun. when I word biow with him. and iifunlly a _. Infinitn tectur- irc ftftenvardn. The boyt are all the lime in a rhenr whnt i.vinpr to Slijrwyn, wlipn ho grew inllrn npnVn, matin mnrc r II V. null, Atlorafti ani' if JI Lf l to. S. M. 11. tts.i-1 iu i..--o, n H! i. %cn't..-. C'tT' '.Ip1 c i 21 i i-iul. Ilu- Kf'Hlli, Wis. j. J. if ULt Wi. r.. t
not knou- ivhatj on ill think i.finu.' f.frwl. h.-vl fallen upon sofa, almost ttttn- I havo' returned In an iii-ineil lir thn furi-u nf thi> blow. IIn I world ii it you do not understa nf said tho younpor, ready to cry. 'Poor little thought Fred, -uo wonder.' 'I can't help you any coldly. 'If you won't understand it, It's impossibla for mi- to mnke you. Frederick your move.' Poor Lewis, hurt nnd indignant nl lioincTrrat- ed Tu'MicFi a manner boture his cousin', was linr- rvinp-nut of tho room, whun ho ran against the 'It hurts said tlio poor boy, trying to I sorry I.e n, I ml: your pardon lor forgnttitip myself so; won't you to me and foririve y stupid j Xnvcr mind Lewis, Iniicliri! by uteriilv. I his I'vMcntty sincere r.-puntntiec 'You did'nt rnonn Im.-m, ami It's bolter now.' 'I tiroy lad kept his fare hid'leii in the sofa and John hnd stood by the window in plo.iiiiY silence, 'I thiiiU you hod hotter n.'lire lieforn maniH cuuius down upalii, so n> not to show her that little murk; but my boy, you worn hardly knnw.tn toll j'our bruth- rr he 'HJ not the truth.1 I.cui.i to both prnpo- sitiuns, cad to luiivo tho room, (troy thr lioor. him. Hut thn Utter turned to John, w'.th 'Tliero hU nuithcr, 'sec what you mi cllurt. -I wns very much in tliu havo done, Lewib', very you pr.rJun nnd imnd. j are. I do not really Cannot tell uliat'is rcltirnpj'tlio o'.Jcr soinoulint cold- lltt' stand on whicli ilerwyn's work nnd overturned the who'io contents upon fied in the linuk charlor. With respect tn the prosjwct w wuler, liuviug. largv at Siimierphol and'Durctikio. inrtclickntrbns i.'Yluusivaly fortilicd the Tttek- po mail by b.i'.tfrirs. Tin- tlielr forrjs it II-.tcMnr.il nud SUnfl- lisrpol; Knplish nml Cavalry liavu arriifd nt C'miiUutiuop'.c, uiiitor. lortiiiiij and cjtisider i; diwUly iuij ussibli. lo bo alUcU.- Tho French '.itie near Knn.rch liRvolVTii ufat-i !y complctiiil on tit. I'elers.. liurj; vast trains of sleighs enterud the Crimea liy Purukop with nnd. stores, llmt tho Alllos havo Uti iU to attack tliu north and M t cnus iu s'tion Ht Tolicrnnya, Ituih IZnglUh Cuuiniis- nior.cn ami O.uar envoy have t'aiied iu'. their negoclntions with the cbiof having refused the iiiuutitains for.tlru puqiou of mal.inp: an attack upon most of thu ulliinJ liulliu Ccvt Lad Ulsluore. ARIUVAI. OF THE G3OROS XEW Yuiiic. Tlio floorpu T.aw arrived nt hi troruuni, priucipully ulliitrHi Tl.o niuuimr (i-ilden A0-r airikcil Kiaocitcj- on Itli. 'I'lio ar in Iho S'.irth with mucU- I'iolt'uee nml c-ui'.iilrruMo iliBiufur on both Nearly nil Ilic IiMlinni iu tlio NorUl wuro npiliiftt ttiu Hhilrf. Tburc uut n Krnud feMivul at Krnucivvn, honor ot ll.ii full. if MhiilifUilinliiKirow. Ton Ilioiunuil IH.THOU> wore. nttho Imtitalou 'I U. S. thn nu the I'rfticL forvetto iu rfpuri-UuM fvr Ilio Dillon. Tlio Imliiiiii nt y.iiin.l cuirre-l into an aUi- until to tvaH'o w ar Iliu ti> tvu. bii'l Inl.L'ii plncf, in Itui luttcr t'. S. bud ruluniitl to tLo Uallu tu oirail .inlrri. iit'ii. >Vool. Rroitly Oiu'lni.-l Ui pru'L'rf, cliiiwuirli nt 'lit iifrci'itUMu. Ttm rates for UiiinU ll-iur wu Uutloc. pnrt of that bennty which Imd j laiijrnidly. ivtlicr or mr to-iiunioir, bat li'j not Mattel n. Knuni, Dec. U DR. RAUCH, 'lift! Lo ab. llunu of Uui [an froin ibu IN in Intltiius, ill. u rti-ci- jur cmvml, (buih of >e-iiml M many to nctm forces Dually 1. I .illiHiiiellt'll, moment I.e hai cxcbtnged t cousins. xou'Wcrc for nnce I said the mother in a spaum of povrrn- rariit. putxiti" the little pirl'a cliair from the I 1 Yes, whi'ti John showed with s sneer. didn't show mo at all.' any I "n-l'lls-Mi" won't R.I do1 K.orv inAii uho trie, llic on A .i cut out >oM in "lots" to suit I'.Mhnr met It. It. .liilitisoii was elected pro- of tlin Tim HOUM) met on the scum day and U. bullivan, Speaktr. Fun Tlir. who Bur- tLi i; wivus. A. uf iVith J. nf li.iln itnd 'Jtta-
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