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   Manitowoc County Herald (Newspaper) - January 29, 1852, Manitowoc, Wisconsin                                MANITOUWOC COUNTV JANUARY PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY CHARLES AT ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY CENTS IN WH ITT EM Martins Wa ter At the sign Of tie Big The 21KTA TL i will made lo half r T rncj CT i Tin VIPf I yearly CiRts rive dol LetlerB contamiofr commaai catiantor other in alien or miut inva naby be TERMS OF THE The Comity Hemld U PcBLiiHm ETMT THURSDAY noun lire AT The yearly price of sutrtcnption ii one dollar and fifty in I Due frott Individuals and reject ed by i ie United States Trea J expenses for the year rily secured and the interest promptly paidl j 12 per cent per payable annually would therefore recommend such legis i on the first day of at de 13 Iwonas tnsy be deemed i dueling ihe current rate of exchange at Mil tne aid asked by the Board of waukee and that for the redemption of sent condition tof things and no better pruspecte are the immense capital now invested Jh our lake navigation i j u f gradually taken away from and 18o V 362J5 3Z 8 e paymenU of the dirertcd to other and thua Legislative expenses e Superintendent of Common terest to become due the improve leave the west especially without the ben 52 Shools will present to you in his very able went of the Fox and Rivers and fiu of this competition the carrvirur of her The rtportoflhe Board of sucrestions relative to the common pledged by the was acquired 6j our and our A OLLD tike triia mtlrixl rf informing country and the great public Scientific and Miscellaneous blank books and fctatiun is now anfl com 11 3 in a BOOKSTORE Our aim lo MII Ji ANH KM IHI anj fire cry cu Oar stock of school books thi u all ot Inch n iv Having enlarged our ANNUAL MESSAGE OF Leonard Governor of GEXTLEXES or TUE SENATE AND ASSEMBLY of the condition of the School when will merit your special at showing the management and investment of this highest and most sa crcd trustjof the I ComplHnta have been whether with or v ithout truth 1 have no means of ascertain that loans of the School fund have in s ime been made upon insufficier t Too much care and watchfult ess cannot be exercised by the system of the which von ie duly consicfe ill It is made the duty of the Executive of any puitiunut it may Just to the this Stall bv the lo com lu Legislature at every ses cun ul we ara rejrularly manufacturing lhc and ot Acrounl norlmenl 01 rnrmorainluiu vro offr than emr luiu Huiih B ire SrKo ble I Mr A Ir su on lhe Bookseller Stationer reuioveil to tlic laiirc iiil lli1 of lhc and n minrl MIh miitTS lo their further bidTiitiun iis he deem expedient Having upon lhe Jishirge of thduties of the so recently as the 5th duv uf tlrpresent will be pcrcfivri how will be fur me tu eunilitiin ul the fnm of lhe past ubuJt d J be itd to have any and I im unv abV li dii tlu nt by a virv uf tin b ind uf und the re ii ninde from lhe lulls de liie v rv lime fir the ni u ny iri t j til I liuil ask the uf uf i be ncrnl van 111 vvouU be in i si ill it suet lo die present law as will secure a suitable plan for classification of life scholars in lhe dif suitable to their remedy the evAs of which heyom lias and also for the organization of the I to protect bard and ilnnv dimmer may be Tethers that vvill authorize them to teach anyvliere wiihm the vvlneh Board of a Teth ers This rjpurl shuvv tlint the incline uf lhe J iiuiuuntevl lu uvtr and tiiiit tie iinviuiit next tu be Hill il JllellUlllbir lars chuul in 110 reported at nunilier fur the past is i i iiiervasi1 uf In testimony I have here shipping could have free passage to tha fullv endorse unto set my hand and through tlus and during the td the I affixed the great sea of the winter could be engaged in our Done in this day of const or while now it lies OM By the i less in our harbors and at our Secretary of during a considerable portion of the It will be u proper subject foryourinqui ils interest would be at once quickened in ry whether the issuing uf this scrip in ihe above is not in violation o the origi ginal grant from the BS well i i reasonably that this ur an into the matter shuuld not be Neither the Legislature nur the KxeftStive hasnt present anv tneiins ufjiuwing what is cliaraeter of these sec I would lliereluij suu git to litLegislature thr ppprietv uf fur lhe uf a suila b1 lo make ami n yid Miniiiiation of tj tinland late tu securo in the different ounces where been inu at such mid in MH h 163 EAST WATKR dornrr of Dirtily opposite it Iirj n an fmult in hi lii a t PUT j i hn hccn the Inngrr ih in Itrs r amr ihiJ Tmn ai nnv is hard all I SCHOOL HOOKS ucit in r aiii n AMUM AN ill D I I Krpncii unl Wra I L B1ANK BOOKS of H i The lufKet within Paper oSVr lift il Ihr II iivcl tiling n I fil lhal il I rtli i iuir vir t I uj il i iv liv uf i il lablu fur such m tn tbv in ije bv xt and lhe ordinary eurrent tin1 year proudd bv law find i have t bruii sum ii bv rep tho I ii liT fruni 1st lie raanner ils U nuiv be diuiidj evj j that furlbir reijiiiie the IVardl I i Assured uf the lulity ul iiiii tu the liinds utjijred is now belje lirins uputi ti Li hud be r TheiJ urd f uf I tu ihe tun1 ihci fuurth annual e in a i and lr aiul uf iie 1i llnii Tu lliis ffjurl iihiMil I ti lu ir your is ii A lu eif y out the rUur me uf lli It f tle lo and thi t us 1 tin LII iv ill projur lu favir their our Stale and whelher lhe failh of the is not thereby pled of thb urrd for its ultimiue I cannot see tiiiit it is any by the tins improvement shall ever jiiintu me hands ur under the eunril if jrs who mav have advatieed niuney tu i iitruel it anil in nmvier iat beeuiDe divested ul its i v The of Jenern rf lat un subject ul military affair vu mid I ihTi fvire befurr anv parlivulir in rel t thii In ii f it l luimblv liuit llii lira t i I i bn I tu i and tl r riijHired b ih u il i11 IV It r t J I 1 I I j Uueation f ti si 5i aid mid th the Ni r imjlucn MI of the f n thi is n 1e the J KI ineii a ul an int ul ilic lusi juvtr three Mill1 hi reupfin Ira i irai 1 and Anilini ai n Am in lin1 if the 1 I 1 same i AN of Bibles and Prayer Books ever offrrcd i ltiniiiv d Biianre on Amount of School fund vv tiio j and i NTiii ill pin tun lit cleiulv that tins department is nut so much i neessuv part the it i an a and auxiliary ti lhe runHnon iiumeJ by the Lliivibily Us design and j sinlyt lu ijuiilify teahtrs fur i J reqiist tu jniTcct and suppurt liis d fruni lhe innvjii schuj tube reiisuiuibl and In rici tin1 gcncnius rf ilx of a jini aiiiile fund fur lhe uf iumuiun shu j the exptLss terms of our we have forhmiited ourselves to the jmhev Free Our is i tern oi Free nnd have but am lie al in the the l t rep Mt 1 a iily if as lhe lepuM the ccber in hrrevvuh and inv as I thn nianv su i adviiiii a and ium the of iljiii as a in j niuural as i f a indiuilnbtc for j ewtjlO ma l K Waiff disbursed fame 13 if 2s into however many ditfi depart GEORGE 211 Water SADDLKliV IIAUDWAKI Ciiriniijfand Trunk Kiy AXD constantly on and Hutke to order all kinds of Trimming and CITY Corner East Water and Maton k THE Above bouse haa been leaaed bv lhe for a term hu brvn entirely re fnrnuhed and renovated and wilibe conducted ia a manner lhal cannot fail to be please tlie molt The house IIU and la situated in the moi pieasani and healthy pirl of ihe Thesubacribers irusl by proper lo their lo roenl a portion o jiubiic HANEY Water Milwuu Jjjilancc on Amuunt uf L nivcrsity Fund Rc 30 disbursed 47 menis it be divided fur cuimMcne and and this is made an institu tion o the whule without leference I to sections or und inlvndcd tu all poor as well that vnthou to re i a i if inti 11 J c on 1 J Itr in j Kn Ljike nu wlffcll tillli fr Ill on 83 j of Income I 11 disbursed same 00 i At thp slpn of the Mill and Jtctail in Heavy SliirM anil I 2 04 Amount uf Fund for the same Tutal amount of cash on hand belonging to the several 14 Kiponscs of the State for the j Fiscal Year endiniT the day of pruvi deil for by permanent apjirujiri including sundy pri ir indeblidncss 9S saia fur SS Eslimatd slalimfnl nf the ha f thSLit fir the ending HKt for no pruvisijn his bee n m ad f 1 7 41 ixjunscs for the yar The applicable to the imnt of lhe above named In this it self td u fi i mi an ap plication fur aid Irum the State to bciieM institutions or uf iivthin and under the c m trol if priv ale persons or The loanini uf the selnxil fund lo individu als iijym landed under our l is tusav the j Nut only on account ul its great liability lu loss in many bul biuiuse only in its Those only are rich and ablj or ra ther rhose who aro the owners uf land suf ficient to give the requisite can ob uin iiny portion of IL It is true this iru menso by being loaned out in this way enurs largely into the transactions uf u HI only ni h ul the Siatc j who need the pariii of this iuil by usinj U fur lie pnrpusc aliurteiig to ibis class the univMriclrJ fa cihties uf a fnr of is bv tin sTIp Ii the j I I rll has Lliti e Huch a a make available iir of t i an as mdpin i drill ul iill lhe Lemlils f unl i 1 lli reluie lhe of meiiures as eunducivv i U and the tonnage of our lake J be vastly The chan nel of the Lawrence is the natural laEevbut valley of the The success of the Welknd Canal and oilier demonstrates that tha natural resources will be abundantly able so te this channel of communica ilii vessels of large whether IlVd by sails or will be able to uikc in thiir lading in Liverpool or other and discharge their cargoes in and other lake without briakin From the proximity of our Like puii the navigable waters of the tje trade of this great valley will tlow to these rather lliui lhe through tha ch i ut the Mississippi or tlic artificial c by rail roud and of this aa at m mill of the Lawrence are nine three thousand miles nearer Eng tliiin at the mouth of lhe In lhi iiiLiisuru I ciinnol but tliink that U direct und vital interest TJ so modify the present Tariff upon impiru and adopt such a system of as while it pro duces amount of Govern iiffird adequate protection lu the mechaiiieid and manu labor uf our own In tiiii c nnucied with our agricultural and ujiin which their success in a is to have a market fur the staple jiridiicinjiiN of our a market fluc tuating aiiii but as tiled and as it under any cir and as the ordinary relations of supply and demand will Such a market we do not now hnve out of our ijvm sometimes have a for when there has been an en tinor a partial of crops in some country of Europe but this 1 uiiiy and cannnot be depend ed a in ihe when the harvests ajruad If we c innoi lu have such a mar asivu require or our it becumes us to endeavor to find or create such an uiio ul home and within our own lluiv then can this great dis iileriitum Those parts of tho of suiuible suil or elimale for but yet possessing J tini tin power and all fur iii iliu Nin Knyland md some other if piuteciion were afford e vvuuui largely in ihis branch of by tliu emplovment of numer uns Lb irers of sucli oiher manual lurce vvuuld be necessary to conduct iheri would be created in our own Coun li a duiiniiid and tor uur surplus and at the same lime we vvuuld receive ihe reciprocal be li uf u tl1 uf 111 end d c in iii i v STAT1 nl UF i in i u i n i l v It is irely In Pfil1 of i tu in Mirtin Ti MinvnaliZ1 the I ti ausi ai Aj illiili tate I i HI a I a as j their capiial and The of Irue ec jnomy of lhe is to sell as uliural I Hi and f Klllll tluir uecuj the nl v In i then will ii coiitrait furtlil impruvemeiit uf thf lux J lhe avails iff the uf laiil in inifiruenu nt lhe lux anil liivers and the rc venue lut puurer classes i a remdte ami very limited I lhe drutute famiiies Insiih nl ii 1 To andli tin Siiiie lu bo surveyed anil ind utlipd fur sale ih the siiiUmenl uf this extenive r i causing lhes ul wiidlb t c Ij uur comuiuii pw th and O Tu make liberiii fr the improvement uur liiver thereby our markets aid hu manely prilrciing th1 hies and property of um id buy as htlie as be can and I this is not also the c iiuDDv lur our inver ihis Country imports an ei r her we say the balance i iiLjaiiist ur in other words we a lusiiig The only way is tu buy and import we can sell and export ui are d lu fruni n bv enI CJ iuil Other countries have iielid ihis plan towards and IL they to do we are iitiibutctu them without an equira To etUblM at in con with the Itepartnvnl of the liur are compelled lu adupt the same f A low tariff or free n they shuLilJ be adopted by all the n tliey huulJ the cial would be of our commer far less objec Airiiiiltujiil for ih uf mtir t the upon prospe CiHrtn and Lbam Mul roanularturm ol I OVJT and tlifct Orders for gixpii rectirt prompt drJ in which art Due fruni David Inlc Re ceiver of Canal f Probably collectable on Canal In Iowa County he ix in ifurmitv with an Act uf f said tilled an Act the I iuvernor t i filler t wrth Martin fur the lhc be taecn AVinnrbap Inen h d luvi y ur liie Iret st liiwrence l t uur commerce 29 in my ment the leading and im portAnt object of the and this can not bn fully realized nithuut priViding for CO the uducatiun of cinifHWnt hers for taecn AVinnrbap Inen I the feommon The Cumpletiun of March 1 ij nnil is the and suppirt rf Nurmal fin f ivai f in lid OS school out ol the nsouf the principal of ihe uf the anil schopl is no loss to the funil or llivirs and and 00 froni the Stale to the 11 is only is ndeimable at of the Suite bv Uut lhs can never be con for just as as one cumitry adopts this Into the vvuuld have the stronger st lo continue their Tariff duties at a so as lo avail themselves of the uf a free market in that coun iry to reciprocate 11 can be easily seen from wliy uUiircountries are constantly ad us to adopt towards them the princi ple ul free yet never propose to prac tice the same principle towards Ihe amendment to the act approved reuitive to persona esca ping fmin and one of that series of measures commonly called the Compromise from the effect its the iij n the I I ie that thuulil lu this rigtit witiiuut arc man In lliis way orilv can uur upper Like irnnsportatiun compete the rail w MI n in a short Liuie wiii be run trorn the the and winch must ineviuibly dimm and enforcement has produced lib liie amount ul waler travel ind carnage upun the public may well merit your JOO 00 an investment upon that will be am that said scrip bears at the rate of suffer to an alarming If the pre of tho people of the the that ihus vast inierest will as the representatives f   

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