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   Tribune and Telegraph (Newspaper) - May 29, 1856, Kenosha, Wisconsin                               SHOZ.SS, SCHOFF BUTT 8. and Proprietflrs. iHU'raiiJfNiiA.-TnL.noH.Yi'ii 11 HIM! Till lit DAT, CITV, Win., .TI tl.V NT. Ct'f MS. y ww, f la Advance of prvdura in f tl IMJ 1 So UO io fur Printing. wU t 1'nutinp execu umtlr it t >u bo JUDO clmiu here nnd n IU 111 VOL 16. KENOSHA, WIS., THUKSDAY, MAY 29, 1856. NO 50. Oiii. (trtuulopit) tlnrt .Jl ry, luxn "n due njuaro, tlinr uu One wjiiHro, i w ...rt of lite fourth of n N OIIP fourth ut n Oun fimnhof a Mar........l'> OX One hnlf (oltimn, iliKrhftlftiiluiiiu, nix ill-mill'............li ID On., hnlf ...Ilium onu Mar............SI 00 A uj m rniNi'vE au.l tir nfiecu liutnlTLtt IK.T fanr of n tru In Ki nnttlin whit h tt dwirebl.i im-.Uum fnr n.lv.'rtWnif. CARDS. RUNALS HOUSE. .-Mini, ly AIIM ru NII, C'lfi.lniid [nltf II. 1'. MfHOXT, UM A. AT and it. (jtjfitr, 31am A AT in OlAAiicrry. I MILLINBEY. T -Wi- I'm WiTT wool 1 mindfully inuotince lo la Ilrt KmiMlia jut ricinltr, Itmtilie ha-jiiitrtctlr- 'M i 1.1. i N r: ii Y o o o r> s, of the Mtttt i-'jltM Her i 't nthlmiK nnd I'on arc ut t run n iirtly on lire prlncl plr, lir iltl ilrr I tu I cheftl. at kliy t'UtU'iiaitlil lu wnt Her in "i I, 'quid. taJtt and light is. TIU: roit PER SACK. j. ITT, JlffuuK llirni r' Anil wnrrinli d timi! nn} m the mnrket nt the North MnrrbL'o, r. Cat lie JOblAIl liOMl, at and 1% npi nn I I. in 1 for M t-rbl of f of llnar Hit for m tr> Hint pun hnw nt tho Hiddla Witrfhuun JO4IK V. AVEU. 1000 orciirJ VltUMH STAHKW A. Tor the Tribune Telrtr Frloi dnhlp. 1 Ii. p ofitiiml, Tb.v btthj IUCL In kcnrrn tho tie thrtt 1 Li Anycl In lorr LOTU, holt lino, that mil incresie Uhroufh aa etrrnUitv oft A aparl. uf thin relDftial llamo Una kiudled here on earth. And kmdrel 1 carti hniu foit Hi warmth. K cr tmco crcntmn n AnJ firn dcciiv, L en tu creation a Oh t M hl.t tho Amaranth, Hint bright unmottnl That through nil thu ntnrmi uf Helium it. >itjl fosrer, In, it MirMYM I fi IlictlnifbrLatli, And IITCJ, when frundi arc Io-t m dtnth Kltlt Mnv 2] Correspondence of tho Tribuno fi. Tele- graph. JOV II J1I.M N. Uur; AT LAW rlitrtutvj U Ult X M KKCt 1 UK k, fc ill. Ml.. MAIN STRLLT. M n. K. Ki.oft n, i IKI.NKV A. i AI Win I rill ItittlrHllii ArLllt I wilt l-f ITCII' cJ .m I.IKHI (mpir nipl un 1'rc tf it i i. fix r in rnxluri. ami ii, II .1 orill M.It Iluxt of thu limulrio of 1.11 v< ir Kt'i Am unnnul or bu  the pound itri'A MAfiA PI.AI irnxii'Sr.rD.i For mlo by SfAllkWrAl 1IHU A Co u J H nVNIIAM, NMV i 1' fte li 11 U f ly id, M t rqual 1 st j r In il uuit? l'lng upcn V iHt (c fnjf, C o I crtci tatu J BI I rrpEfutft] a taieu In Untrit, Pi of i f tl.f 1 uno I rrt? pripirt 1 to iU (i aiton ta I made at Mfrcidirnrt, on Kruo 1 u Slrvtt CARD. MEDICAL I. A. f. J. M j t tti tlie lit w Vt J t r l vif at tft INT f l i I'. I t t t atlcntltl r Mt r 1 ibllv, 1 4M1 DRESS MAKING A N I) "El 3MC 23 jELQ DC T> S318. IT. tillin.limiguH.clittlit-r'tir "Hln jmieLi M. ttnhrh 1.1 in it. ur I I t i tin I i 1 i ii M-. "ii Mi 1 1 1 rl> -itt in II i t U I' KLNo.ll I, DR. RAUCK fill I N( Kf.l ON 1M> lilliKi I- h HIM it itui K T ti 1 1- ui liii M f r H L 1 LI t HUE KIN -H U il r t. rnrli t a a urr f f Irfd I Mill (llllllll It, I. I il it I u hi I Irt ilrrj Tl.rj- I l  I I I I I tt f ti 1 Ol.tl I Kit M NOTICE." i i t M: w l-ru I, .rj. It, II- I i j ii I g CORN AND FEED, tl tl m I sr I I I i I llU.SIir h5" Iv1 I n l V II I1 1.1 'i c .1 I ill THOMAS PRICTURE, IMI i i ri rs 111 i r iv Int.. Iri-.'i Niofrli IVlil.Jif) 1'vi'tr. Mr Adventure in tae Backwoods. Tn tho tumincr of l-.W, I Fifteen Days In tho Earth. J .Vrir Kemrjy for ike dl.tiu- bare cbroukleil the of tlio four j BUiilieJ in tli  were tho blazt-, and nolihrd upon the I in trim bftcknood t fiilnon, nnd I rodunfiery must ing. with nnnu and tail white as snow, n hcjiitiial arditd l ccl., and an ttLj ticime slower the farther thnv went into alnrimd.rcphcd, 1 dom.t jiilfi-r lo.div 5o.____ eye like nn c-ijjlc H.i was a perfect licnntj, lne b.ink. so thit cilice Sabbath not moro thoeiperimeut autitlurtimi-' thet tho Acrosi his back Ilnl, than a foot nn hour hat Uenrealued And this 'I f.tl too uiixiety lur Mnd. atctl. It the more Jitliciilt, -11 Im't aliottt ;J JI ulamo. I hive found n munn men coull work nt timo '1 lit ro wcni 8J mui Llirinr; ronr tcnllile beaihclief, nnd I Inbonne mid rclicMnir tu j mi tu ninkn nn iinmcJUtr trial ut and tail I ,n i'bo tirosrosi slon i I'rompt nut! sum method. I'ho laJv little thrown a pair of sad on side n dozun uf ctirii'bnaJ and n p Lci-jauj DT ti, of bacon, ami to bilinci! them there n pile Let it li internipttd In Ilia rock fitlliug in, I nmnire air, wli.oh put out tht lichu ie known th it thesu lieroiL uorl.iurii I 'lu i to defer the trinl n inonii in. You to prepare n n iLt) short time And so norknien from iiiakinr; secure can nunlv tnku.ill >our ln.a.1, and Ihi-y could not witliutu liuht, and llulllt thekiiifa 1 oitract Irom it the MaJmnei ot, Miudar, they id cut in J Hi krt, and them x.as tin skin cor.r. 1 hid hern rid.np'for ming the rutM tint path, in tho rich pfTtunie of the forcit tluwert, xratch- to despair, oHiiirj to the Ind atmoj, hrro and the uf .omr who thought ittoolato t 1 1 Boys Lett in the Woods. llcdfnrd May 1.' Our county riceutlv Ucii the tin ut u sad ore urn n'ci'. A Mr. Co'o, at foot of the Allrirbaii) Mouutaiu, out tu hunt nnd wan followed 1'V liltlt aced and Tears. Allci bntuiii; time, lift returned homo and fmiiid tlmt tin- !nl> dren had not returned. limit. not Undine them, the neighborhood rd, and the nearc.li colilinitrtl nnd l.y Irani iivo hundrod tu tliousanJ the twelfth dny tlm cbildrxn WITH loiiud di.ad m H turen miles from tlin.-r home 'i hail unfurtunalulv bocn too tniirli confined to mid thu poor liltlu boj 9 LonUnuiul t r thioucli tin- iHiiuiuri aud Lottunii until otrreunm hunger Jiid 1A- tlguo they laid duwn and died. Mir JP Titr Tlia .ittauf piti-'H tlie fi uf ciirioun nfinirnhkli otxuirid in a fuiul> intliat city a few days since t A niothor and ter confiin-d un the little ton. In tho hil.Un ot Ibuiuotmiis plvri.il ill airadlc, and with a black licad. Of tlio uiotlioH, when tliu iomotr ,tp the thu wcru froll, lllo t, unable t irn timt it ti-c to cuas them tointn en I lillli fiirtlerl.iiekintiiliii.iuuntr} Hut .nil, IMI .1 1 'Mr Tpunp-ter, ou :lit tarvat point whKliKx.iniiksi5iit.ilb> nn J turt- I ralartc and jmjiul t tiud rurh It hiiulid to ho d a Lnlt ih, ro tm pot in rottr k inddlt- th it rittlci so J rit lit il. SIH! ht, 'hrr, Bi'l, Ift'j cxaiuiue the Hurrah htirral Ma. laird Irom nithin rt'fonJtnct of II A I t.'tpnu. Ihiajubilro of the entombed ottt5ido to tin who respond to it by n spontaneous hurrah of their own It scetncd tint the n.cti had pickid tlnir xray tome twenty ttet within tho nnd Cciieresilonitl Mny lueiinpa is riLeiMil fioin the lI.msK nnuouiicinr; the dcnth ot ilr. Miller, uf linnm 'I iu, Lulun, t u LLCount of n l-e plnnd m tho bcnrrr in hriilUi. hrr iiHiial nck'tit vu nbn It AltvT her kkUuati her n'.te becamu il fir rw Ilo L I.HI.III'. I tint l .if tlit, Hi.-f ns n. thol tniu.II I) Htife1 1 ITI> jcirs nltir :lc 1111 .'ml JIM uottJtnuLl '1 his d: ill JIM nrw tu the workt leu, Arctic Expedition rtbujr it -stijitf ill p'nci. I lit'.t i'K Mi-'n'ippi on mul the> labored on till tin. b id air put nut tho imnt resolution, nlliwiu- llr. if M.ur iilx.uilllt oi it! Itiiapiiitv u'd li-hioi d b nt, uiinmy rtttntion w-i ih aRtm. win n tlio wort ndft'for IC.ino nnd the .itliceri Boocutcd with him in th II i Hin i ieinitr .if Ciuuunati, .il whiih I.ii'M) nro uill.DIHI pnlloni wbull. .in.ne incni The demand for tla I found an opportunity to tool, at him the rescue ArraiiRtmeuH were- all made lu t n r .n he w i, J an old Jmrrel-hi-n.1 CC1, e th< in. nnd expectation wa  n i "in i- in' X Lu U t I i I t'i t .1 t, I il in i M "I li ,r.. r t. I in tli 1 s r It in' 1 i. .1 u a I i r JM '_' r 1 un l R. 'I. II VM' HI IM> I '-I j i i i tittu of Eolith Cnrolitm, a thr of uvurni Tilth trout, llm tii-h tf nil t daitltr ttutra lint tliu r ml UIHT-, II in I'l J'rtiH the -cunto to nmuid tin, Cat. nt 1 li Kin -hn 111 b !MT lilt llll vtl. u. 41 I. -I, I H, i I IIU lltll II. I in 1 ir. W i I I'..M t, r Ilo f Mrtul i.i oin.i. it u i n INC HMIUMI AMMUNITION. k'" r A U C T TO N TI TIII i ju death ol hn mister, but to n nnd tbire Ihe imnHy, wa'chid thr Tiiini.il Aftir HI condition lur tin e. n who 1 a 1 In en t for irr.x- i d, an 1 %ct the eh pliant wouh1 nlmr m one to dir-' Ic I'.itcinmnrj inny jrrttin'ila ni it Inn n t'i Til t1 o Hid if tin (ioAertii lent cutild 11. t In i-ik 1 wlieh we ul 11 r itti r Jjur Ihc I nr.tr of t. i Ljwl.r tlm uf t in-lit liiont 1 tin. our tneii wlii. m >.itr- .k th. lil nrre lit. tulird 111 tin r> Knck (oil Ililik ol n'hcM Ino Mi'iinhlt. 1'uti utr iiinh rthc alter having hot u four- hi" BIC pitiu.lv 1 "itiu in tin i tfen.his ind fourteen lioim 1 linv win- all', oml I .......I'arkrr lliat L" k-. j'1 hii% o nlwaj bocn d in Id fl rvlc" rrnduri-d in tbit town ,11 fnr moif tlmn forty u.iti, tu An- -liiu" upon ma'vinc nn anhw ij tlie flit, n nirth.l tuin'of citcnsimm nu to d, ni wrh nl'l in to Lilt ct an entrance willing tot ell putont> tioiv iu pxi.tun.o oro plated up months. lowing nrc the propo-iluun ,npr< e I to bj tht. 11 cn'K n u KENOSIIA. WISCONSIN CLEVELAND HOUSE. .h UI 1 I.nU. Hlirtl w II i-f j PT I an I tun ilutr tilt 11 I i anj MiU FRUIT TREES! 1 V Bill tKILTII.'. l f f a 51 II I.IOK 1 r r I tl r KENOSIIA NURSERY, x mum is Rn l.t.lvV, the ild .Inrririjn whii 11  r.' if 'n the fac'n connecltd Inttcr artnle 1 I y tin m u lalilv in sli hi< (.-lorr, fi t toit with t'le'nuut ai.t1 robbery there the boy wnn if he wns hunpry, he said not for'n'ffrmon on the'inutabihty of at U tl e 'Jiltli. nnd will 1 e ion ed at but wai nnxiout tor a chen oftobire) b.i i-t. r irom Uojili rho nro repl.cte.l' the hit bat rccnvid no ..AIO winter t than tn. ugh to keep the plants from Curicaity. IhiTiurieiice were ciutioned crowd- p-ntlpiimti  nmii" mid he would up Hi.' rooc up to do ch on thu f tlm oldurly ladies in thu rc.ir, that made the con- a pi not %ery well1' u yuVmp i o .uln with p'cntv .it mom y land !fi the-fully lUant, anJ wurtli June' out of ditc. .19 JTUU Ihl. 1. II tjtn tl 1 Ofltflnulf mortM III w .nt jr Itj   

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