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   Wisconsin Free Democrat (Newspaper) - January 1, 1851, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               THE FltEE DEMOCRAT. OMialf aT OM irln bt iDHrteJ il rlw limn, aaau luk nbwqiKit In 'is tsca M on JuOOO BY S. M. BOOTH. Dcmorrolu pap r. Ivcc A YEAR, IS ADVANCE- wHa MI tt TIM DAI ti rilM OtSoCR IT b pabllaaad ll tak ram, a ad- LT DOtCMTAT, ta al lawajaat, la fr- Altt.iltr. nul rtnlltwcex it. ami MdrfMfc' _ BOOTH. JOB PRTSTINd. ft M. ttimtlm, I. ordar.rar AJRI JOB r rarlaly of I TCBSDAT, DECEMBEK 2t. .VSD or alarm I at night, wju owed by fire in Mr. BOTJDIH' and pnefctRf on dm HtWHMMe rin-r. Mr. K. liwt about 120 tiogl thtrf, ot' witch ven burnvtl qauatitiei of lard, Ullow, and the im- flaracnU lined in carrying on the about 918CK, and ooly SKOO intannco. TotrifO ME.I'S Arrnngc- iMving be. n made for I.ecturci of tin balance of tie COUIM before thia Aawvia- tion, will be delivered by tbe following ferallcinen, at the Free Congregational Clnrrcli: Pr. Tbw. Speicer, Dec. 26; O. II. WaMo, Jan. 2; BCT. 3. .1. Miter, Jim. I. A. I.ap- EHJ. Jan. Ber. Mr. Jnn. 23 K. D. lloltun, EMJ., Jan. 30; )Uyr. J. M. JSu- cluiiM, Feb. 7 P. Lord, Feb. 14 Tboeewliohve not can be sup plied by- railing ipon cilhfr of tho I.cttnie Committee, Ed. :i Allii, IVm. J. llcll, or C 4. Tfce New of tna PilgrioM the apin tlwur F.thfi'i tondiof. by tbtir UwCUy Hotel on W iuit, AD tbmtUy imtheriag or 3omn Wucon fentirsl oocawon, with j-wt of to remind them tial thtuV New England mr-therj and nmio In ml] thny did anr! tutftrcd in thuw which vmphatically .1 rouhi of nica Our Pilgriott motbrrn fRx'rtle rocky glt-n; Frond of a and ilalwatrl rotn Htfxmg wai the fallh wllfc which yo of j Ami Hie uuoen p..wi-r that The byV E. IX Hu.'on, W. I' Flanders, W. U. Lord, J. S. B. tiram, and O O. entrrt-d ibr fvpper Hal) 9 o'clock ai il rat down with about 100 tu thu bouTi- prrparuct for lha acene by .t The iuUowing bfll of fare for oocs- W ith> e MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, W 5DNRSDAY, JANUARY 1. 1851. V WHOLE NO. 281. Pr uric Chicken Mo Oj .ler. HolU-rf. ice. I PIC I Ham KIM! Mltlv Chriitioaa 13 all turkicn, fam- Toottt, hams, longof or any kind of meat, Trill do Tidl to itcpintf> Joiix PLAN- KtXTon'g meal narliet, at lii> olJ aland, nuft cnri of the hriilgc, Sprrng  1ll1ril-i do K.iaJ lly. Wim, J.-llj. li Apple's. ;ry ot" th3 Jxinding of ,ii( lhe celebrated .n fine styli-, at pr. the City H >U't, lait evening. The supj.er excellent, the mnnie ditto, and the tmd ipeevIitM ai d aharp shooting, just what nn might be cujwctcil of J.10 live Yankccj. Five l.ulies onTy wt re There will bo next lime, or there will be ft new AsMOc.-ttlon. Tlie con pHny ndjotirn- t-n tt the small litiiFSof Ihti ni; ht, in thu tpirita. Ai we to tlie oflic-ial account of the w.; shall forbear further tcM.iiv. undenttiuul tfmt a fighl came off at die Cold Spring House, }-cs- between t vn bull ournud by pro- minent gentlemen of this city. A gold watch MM) a fine were staked an the result, Imt awing to 9onie irregularity in the proceed- ings, Iho tlci'lmed to give up the stakes. We forbear jjtvinjj the namei nf tho pririt'i- pate and in this duel, trusting that a will not bo re-enacted. While writinj; the above, an dog cume ofiY, opposite oiir otiirc. The caninr-s" were separated difficulty. We would mention the Tact, that a showci bath, in the shape of a pail ofcohl watvr. npon the heads of dogs, and nn intinmcy, whkh haa grown Tht- Flt-v. Mr bMini; culled upon, h) Orace. Kur one hour follow in the SDUX c n m pit1 j'ft ic v to ipiod c rent nre videil. The Drnra Rind, under lliu direction Mr. SviiLOEMiLCH, did thtiriluty inobt ndmira- and atrains of ninrtial M wtd! rn i-.it ring the Halt i.jnl every .rt. Hut rciind must fallow the nml in its turn fiddvd new to lhe intut- nal uf all irtjii, IVrfidi-r 1 l ln-ing d the Sons Knglitnd ;i" foil (jrtntlftrtdi tht Af w J Mio occnbioi) vli'ch IHTC and honor day on which, lite wu PO many of to on ibe v.Ve nre not r InnJed on our for tho peculiar glwifi- cnticm of New Knglnnd, nor hy to nn tola from timing, rlmr icier. And tfia- and njiprojiriaie cliitma ufoll'vr por- tions of our wide spread HcpiiMic. AJt tlic-e partj, including our own KCTV Enyland, are one, 'rn vocally and vinphutically chiuiia thn I hind ilit-m togrtlier havu been furgt-d nnd good men, of nit in pence and iih and they were rivt-ttrd by hardships nnfl (tit'ljer nnd sacrifices eonirnott to o ht'ioHni, great and gKuiuus, WPII by the blcod ftttj of scaenna of adversity and nn- ihare-d by by ai fighting, will ft'ipRrale llicm at Great pieparuiiona are maVing for tho apftroacliinp IJolidnys, Gar- in tht centre of attnwtcon for pub- lic amiiscnicnts. IlHlUt Fostivald and Con- ctrUare the ordlrrof the d.iy there. Tu tliu Gift and Rotu> have An- growih, fuid etrengthuned with tin en thia nccaaion, rendering aiMwerahlo to a chargw of bigotry and in- twl -rimer, surely we may bu [liTitiiltcd lo spcnk j of Nftiw nnd the men reared mi h illuslriuiiH h.ivo ihron'n hjiicn Itinite, but are thu k-gRcy Uia Band. The of IfliO and nvr the ocum iu acarch of >f Jom mid found nlro m iteriatn wealth. 1 Hitler have rn-Mcd putbksi ei.Dttnent In rch of and ihvy have -ureJ alno the ar richer t re res uf fti-v JOUA tlw liunil. 0. Onr Pilgrim Oh! Pilgrim mothora, y  ali KUVI! the- Qii rletle h.b. I. The AtttfTtcnn Union have no words- tin Xftri'ss its vwlue, have D.J fieurt lo [ire- il Rniitl. Hpon the occatioa M to proflt welt si piroiaro from it. 1 "I waulJ till attfcn- lion to thai sturdy of v put of Ihe Pilgrim thinj and therefore cou.d tfiinjnr. And we, ho have met to-nigfct, m tbui tentivp JftditftUjr kept by two Jon nth tin "'116 land rtciidj etoim a riwht aud to bold that wu good; to th it i of ihe coin try lhe trneal y nrruind arid her, in torniy ol is, wDrku of Poetry ami Art, nnd j pn.i-e We thing literary, tatty nnd proper far wt. may ridirule nnd faugh at ihu piculi.ir chu- ItSLKr hns music, mtwiral ir.stru- racteriMticn nnd notions of Timltouduin, mrnfn, and every or lobe jtfny- On thia anniversary, memrrablc in the WorldV ftrfccf; and -melodiom. has rt ia tu HOC gitlu-red n rnndy, cftkrs 5motmrats and remote from On-ir boyhood's OTT has lyyt, far imall and grown Gcr- hoioe. many of the Sons of Xt-w Kngtnnd; and, nan fincrr, M well ad more arik-lus of beauty and utility ami UHOWN can your tikeneM a  so ma- ny r-'ft'Iy and willing to sell you just thing you want. lie of old paid nothing no MI kernel, -without the pale of Yankee, aa.I preci-nt, in hf r Iiiatory urn! ingenuity and en erpriso. Wr were shown bkvfvl that wavr, A dny or two a benuttfut pattern of n Gold Pen, working on the fuuotmn prineiplt1. All a person has to do to harti tho ink How, to give a litllo iwidt lo tho top of it, nnd it down" liki a now milch cow. It is at a decided "wrprovcinent on th? eld w.iy of diving to the bctton for fluid, while your attenli in occupit d in another fifthing for U by N. Oewav, brother of the acnieii ami.ng them some who, not t-l.iiming ji't veiicrute the mem find rha- rscler of her ccttk-rs and admire and rc- ct lite iho virtues, the uti-adv industry And thrift of her Suns. Thtfe 'Vu have mt-t inuund U.N festive bonrd, in POI of une of (he proud of day IHI wi.ich the Pilgrims Inmled under Hie sur., we on lier ahorcn. nnd to contpmpTnte afoo the pae( I. H. (iKii Rhnde I-laml Inn hfr n ape tleofn-! I'.j lhe B.nn J D. Hoi.roK, Vice rrctidunt, ln-mg luud ly died tor, Hfuae nnd spoke in eubctunce us fut- did not uxpi-t I that I hi nnlil he r hie to liu with lo-night, through thu ii.fl ier.cc of nr.y hi tier Inilf. who I'-uriifd .111 'atiiDi wtw extended to the D-u-ghtcrsof JNew i Innd to atteticl tho J'llyrun 1 h.ivt1 yitl Jed other nnd can iVeir, my 'jijait fhut I ;un (o be lure on nn tvrca- of -ufit intcruat. AVhat is llnsur.d and clj -rt uf ir n.-tumbling t'are to What motive has conx'ened n hundred sdiilsaruwnd thete tublfs to t ijlit I It is not that we might feast onr phy- natures up-m the bounlL-r- Lefure ii ia n luisl of ii th.it we mny rclrepti nnr -louls by dwelling upon t) e memory of dis- lifhud churactpreand noble ducda. i-luini to he from Ihe old Til- i atock, and it is no bunting to thnt n" nub er cflii be found. Who were the Pip Mr. nnd whence le any whcru under iho tVt hoi o, i-vory road and hill-side ia ivith sc looI-hoiiHcs and aci.rfcinifs; evur town 1 as its college or thfologicfd sun.inary, tb -whole land U so thickly studilctl with Yanlctt Retool T'rH io jrounw to vhuul, HIM! I .hu or tne Py O. O. TAt oft af AVw unriraUed awi artr lhe truti htr grviMneM, and ofthv mtellectiial mpcrioiity of ht-r BOIW unJ dn kghtrirt uver other a t.i rafn.ory of o IhU- U-vk (bat taught tauglit (hem to though tiulaU the doctblljr of who- rn bia awl aw taughtthftn thtt of Z icfaew, iio "Pld e'io.b ft Our fci tef And tsoifht tlm of tin potnl diuiifl wito niournvU her but- band, wit) t.ltie tmitl] childun.and one at th Ily BtAPFOain. Fiteden Jena t Lind and Brtiner Their vuiceB anil for MB, Room rtatrd thnt there wcia prrtcnt in Uie room a lintal of Dipt. Mi't -Sinn dinh, and calleil up Hon. ISAAC N. STOIJW. of Kenot-ha County. Judge STCPOAUP mul faid In ircc: it i-i true llmt I nm R deMcndint of Capi.Hlnn- Aunt wbodirvd rat- f Tirtmdrwga tn nlJtrlraTi4i 4tni Hid A call for A. KikBv, nUilt-il grnlVmnn tn fret. He I'm WHI frucii of and a rapid -UM! qth'iu o iethyohigy or itiatu.tt.eanipnftiiHf pnu'inx thai plajed tu fully w bun, much Miln-r man few i lotn of hud wm- UTS iwwl dwrt swrnmen- iml rimt J He U.u itig eojii.plitueui to lAimtn-r State American tfntt; lofiy urcrw whtre Dan aud. Idhl! (OrtrnL and tvultVittd UMI nbotit th froiii rapjtingi vith ire knife bfciitliot as it mny fCLint e specie Ily t  much to thu cl: iloltctl jnfj mover ui the matter. The nrx'. tim Copt. Strindich was movvd a hi ly Ii fur liimtwlff' and rnrrried. nid i UB run nun ciimrmuit? ELIEIG MI if IIH social noi thought very decent, _,  She TI colonized New York, and, lu-r ov u elasticity and Kfo Into tlie stn dyt indiiatrions anil f-uiial Duti-h pop- ulation madu the Lnipirc Stute ons as is in thu miijofrly of tvcaUii and pr n province of Yankoedoni. llur di -ccndnnts lliroiig ihe balls of logisla- lion in all parta of the Union, occupy lhe f state, "vrenr tho judicial ddiig'tter J'JoiticCj Nathniin-I Siud- d.inl, from wlivnje I .irn I rl.i! n iinnthur tulo tu a vu.it. of Imrinii fu-m lujrn iu old Cunuccticnt, in lhe tuwn nf Wcit'heri- ficfti Ji.tljje S. conoludrd wiih tho folio wing to; Tbf nf the f'tfyrhnt In philanthropy, patrintUnu purity 1 tli in -'t'lilluw in ihtt foot h Gto. E. H. D.u-, sjwik 'tf a rt'octit visit, alttr a I the Inline of his youthful the P" iitim TiiB IIi'-Tnuv in HI ray ofgt'in-j uf tkill, rioEsniunilnKir.il virtue. uf ilii'ir iStiihlriouH at cnnsidiirnMt' 1 Tglb id.ff.-n. to cunul iding pn p-it-  a the Luumlary of ilicir virtued and heroic deeds id.m the New the jvcry of perpetual motion, is on un- enurpNpe, TKe absence of their daughters at Una .solved >robtem. fltnid ul] cliangea, in flll Ry J. A. s-howa the ucc1.] of a New England Aa iun in ttiix city, nhkh, while honoring our l-ad Fulliers thjll not dinhoftor lin-ir Motlierc mid uhicli hhnH not Lu i lui-.v'e in its lo one of the of tlie i'lfjiiins, .it the ex- iicu of ihe other half By A OI-EST. Tbe 1'rePs (he lever th.if mnves world. Mrr. B rim 1 MR. TIM I presume it not be- enuse wu o no urines of our own, that we h counti'i and; in all circumstanc-es, be jiro- srrvea ils own identify, and never inittidcep fiimite'f for another man. In poverty and ireulth, at liomd or abroud, In ihu lint of the or iu Ihu palace of tlie Jtinjr, Llie never il-xlitnies his bnt f'vtls in the piv i-ni-c I pnppose )'LMI Frank! i naide JVoin thu rs of royalty, the only difleronee be- Iveen tim nml tbe king, isj that he Is the Ijcller lun of Ihu two. Hut I not lonpor dwell. I cjinnot t met to romnicmornlc tho virlues or' our Ppcuk, is 1 of the great Bcnovolunl ancestors But Ijt'arino; (he express innate ol' Aspoeii ions of tltc d.iy, most of which had our New Knglnsul .ovcf.ithers, huiglitcm-d ami tlmir o ipin m New of iho improved by thu wisdom tnid cxpcrienci: of ;it least seven general tons, vrc hav to do honor to tlitir memo Miasioi try, Tract, and .Sunday Stl.oot Souic flj sei dinji misrionarica to quar- ry with the hope UT of i ic globe, nnd scaltcrinji their bible-', that our posterity will do the like ttrvluc for rrntls F ,d ctiristian books, thick as leaves in ua, if ire do for tlie Great extending VaH.nn cveiy from tlu- Alleghanles to the Paeifiu an ain am1 vallcv nml river, on the of ;hi; the Lfikea to the what ihcy have  b'uotl" tlivit gnieval unce on a lituc rot routed AO niilen Fur a load of hny Ai tu tbe blmid it wan fact tlmi Ibt-ir were fn.t-jirtst with it, nnd told how it 'injYjwijed. A biiTrtrl uf WM zen and in prying tint of opany cut liis hand; wiih palriutic Mood .ram which gaping vruu'Kl thuae wldttn look wnrliko. PUT.VBM, (of RIJJ R.-rnH The Proverbial knowintr own pur- suing trying tn know that of atbertk O. O. I.H.T.AHW, Liberty, Civil IX'IH fro in ibfir urn fn old woibl, itnJ lim dlod anuw tlwir firt-ft in tha uf thu new. MAJ tbcir dfs-ct'ndnntu I bo ilni'd in wt-ll iliti iliv Mvcftd B mo wiih i Kan Itiinntt) love, tilt lhe tlaj (-hall corn's ihu Sun ol FrceJtira .in-t; in un tJolmnbJM, lifhohlinK a bind ul ihu fn-r and of lhe H ..uvl wt.huul t-hacklvd Tbc Serrelnry line rend tho of profl-wion- .d (oasts ivbich were received with nprourions applanne; By a The ftar It rwa tn the "iinpt in iv it rmiliium 1i> pive iti till n. tin- wbclu jircparfil it fur last yrcjtt fjaleniff. Bv a its tjm and itn kvjit tiglitly iiuil may il nfver hti Mitiject to a but uiLiiiifu! of Llie glurlcH of ita Bv a dry ijnoJs naliottaf wr nrvt-r mraturti n hj tfarttx, nnr U wiihour n aif'-ftnnf utt itn tint ciMt, :id- and iitmrancc. Hyft T.MI uM rurprnltmi nuts IHJ byk its Itonutiid rudufoJ to H cypher. Hr n -ip- nlirntiivn (o early Ny tbe On en Monnl'iMi u ilh lltu ni'cewily pioting u cottxnlt'Kitiuu fi.fr thuir nghfrj. Uy ft llie on which the furtn of our l.bntikp fray made up; mny it be H fifftf of their jwtputuiij Hy a Araerinnn ftnttd up Hy ilia oar uiiiy ibe U pi irk llie that RUtiinpta to rip its aeuuJtr. Hy a Mi (Jround from the of wpprL'Bston, it turnutl out no tAtirtn. By a lUiton Tt-n may ininiory be vtvffd nwny ft warning tu (ill who to ex.ic I an Uy a pir in uvt-ry thatktt. Vill I-NTBKR TOAFTS RKM-Mim. KIRBT Hiiid tb.ii there had hfcnrvfi'n-ncr io clncke. wonduti nntnii-gii, htrl tin-re W.IH nnyther Oinricctirnt urtii'lu represented hrrv, I n it, tbt li'ttiont and c died up Hnr ttom o (MT J.H nWirr avt tkat BMI. to t tot low tattwr Mitt Mr. Inure Mt h bf a ot thi. flifv, liMftl dMMiM J.t of  to tlmy triu ul> Uy DAN i HI, or low, rich'tir r, Norih or 1-Mi.iur S. M. Trm- vlicn in their favor. Mr. h'ffli nver-hndoifed by iiwths, they ui-vcr run dry. "i 7'Ar> ilttitinl noldiv mouth 1 W. (T. Tftf SOKX of anrf pit, nt ih bir, or (PMcUm.? joungidiid.rniiy aid ui in king tin'ir adoptud Sstulu what H bound to be, tht KngUinJ of Wert. Hy Mr TrofcMtTit i In a- ruimd IhMfentir.s un..rd I am nf iheali- (th'jotfh a of Now from whom TH   Echoed on K nur.ny of w" W renh in o: r nol exactly hi an cmnprrtcd wiih ihe anirrnnily or" thu Invfot, hut theft ninny Iwiujjca of hnuice an ung the Piwh n IJirlmra t.-urn wWn hu wrote "Thfrti r-t. Uir olfi fhool hint I nil! i vi-xt writ .y ui JiiVfulUt K. RtPi KV, rnny thvir dw a tliriD thy hallow of onr jdhirro to il. ITn.iwr r ItKcn f'rtra- .1. HAMI memory utiH ll.ifr1, (Wo ii-.Mf r-'ifl.l of WtW Kf'glftll'i wllO Jitd 111 frfedon Hv A Our Jfi-w (itKlV ine-uum. (or a wwld'- i lnrutri uhd denr Iu lw thHt brave tu whuu U.ii hap- l-iei-l -nt uUr lo the Fin- M J prem njinn Mr. K WHIM t-howtJ A to 1 >nt I? e n ty in rlmtrvrr} to wh with hi re 'nil- K IT- (Ne Iltiiiii frij, 1'icli aa ui'li a- a nurtiat writ. J-jy- r-'ii The J and. f.nrlr inovom-nl iiiirk up ht iio of Ltirir ni lh.il J In -t: rl-nvn" itli ly'huj be trt-ilw tTt'fftf uf i It'irtji ji I.? HIP -Tlc 1 hrailh lo St-nt >-y C. O of hauled -vt r liu fur wlcctini; a Prcmtlr-ni 'ftcy lw It. All which the IVwm'wn i Another wai the of tho A fill- 'pmrUn cn-ty of by that -slrr and gray DAMI.I, to wii If lf'1 intxit jil PI j mouth, and .neliaUdi il during ihv ypar, litMory utK, i, in fact, 60 nW a'A-iy thai died and f no, whi> wan Jiulye ihftl lie -Soc'w'y BO ernyiirf nhethur it lut lUOl, llmi FMi.-ai The liou wf re ami nn but a r  anothi- fe to nwo.. of tlbem or lhe Ia a more teriom vpcaket democracy of New town aod their Of coon e, sacb a character would hr -0 and do well, T AOWB ,a world. In short, Uroltwr; __... ,_ Jonathan a Imng i.lastrrtion of old that Knowledge i> Power. He M to aimpto O K. AV uf irw hi Tlie re tlwt tr.i re to lie a slijibt I" nmlf-rttrtmlinjr at thu Judpe that 4'Xpiiri in any waii th wi rbfM'-n Chii'f fu w] Icrni of ofTi if u Uk'fi rflto euni IHT called op B. H. MJ.ETJIT Wnlkatn l't.h wfco loorp. 11M call lor tbe 1 with aUuwed the tkk place with thi fjltawhic (rnro ti-t: tUvimiy tbek illahai relirtd fwm'V t ing Coun y which wifl hencoforth by Jt A. 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