Superior Chronicle, March 31, 1857

Superior Chronicle

March 31, 1857

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Superior Chronicle (Newspaper) - March 31, 1857, Superior, Wisconsin prxrr VOLUME 2. SUPERIOR, WISCONSIN, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 31, 1857. NUMBER 43. SUPK.UIOU CM11ONICLE IS IMHlUSIIKlt KVKUV TUKSHAY, AT Superior, Douglan county, Wisconsin. TKKJIH: on 111 Iw M Hi.' rule iif nnu ilullur mjimre fur mill twenty.Nro ccnta fur .icli Ini-i rll.'M. IP} the ciilnuiti Kill ho charged nt following rulainn, fine yrar........................... 00 column, year..............................-IK tM) V iitrter HIM: jreiir...........................'JO UO KMBltlwww nmncy can umilv liy mull tit mir risk, Jf fcrr AMITON WISH, Cimiily, WUcimiln. OFFICE. I SI with bo made ly the United States until the c'lanncl is finished. The Secretary of War has considered the n alter and has come to the conclusion that tie plan of operation is the best that can be adopted, and the proper notices inviting p-.'oposak upon this basis will be immcdi- nitcrcsttu J t i fcre.nccs and suggestivo in so power- imiKCT TU.VDK I'.vv i f1" a Hiauucr as to biasthe feelings ot'fliose. A good, staunch-vessel, carrying fourteen i wno n sufficiency of individual judgc- thonsand Inisht'lsof wheat through tno'ca-! and suit-reliance; it rejoices in fhb mils, fair England at! fulfilment of its own ominous eroakings, and forty .cents per bushel, arid ten'-.dollars per j .with flutter of self-gratulntion cbncklca iou.-j-cturu cargo four months nf cac'> striking episode, of would-be ainplo time to compete a trip round, and perhaps some sooner with dis- patch in loading and unloading. But a much- larger profit' would'be 'realized by buying the caigo for vessel's account, both ways, as there is generally a wide margin for our products and thcir'maiiufacturcs be- tween the two countries. Vessels could leave hero iitte in October to go out and be employed during tho winter from and to foreign ports, and return here on thc opon- 1 t i I .u ivi.fl WU He has shown himself abundantly capable aluly published. The sum, however, appli- ot taking care of himself: he is Senator for to the purose is instead six years, and that is sullieieut. Yesterday he held a levee in the Governor's liooms of the City Hall, and a flock of distinguished gentlemen, ex-Senators, Alder- men, Judges, and admirers of .success gen- j orally, paid their respects to him, none of hi the court, or that hait been .signed. The to tho reality of bis .-situation i-n-J tho guillotine Duri'ig lir-t huur and a half that wo in runk, the eondcmned man was 1-li-i-j.iiig soundly in his cell but fifty yard.) cl' psrdoti for all thc trouble he had given Senator Uroderiek we believe to be about Jr..in perfectly iniL-unsciuus that his 'hem. j the best man of his party who could have '_ The scaffold is erected about eighty feet' keen elected, and those who knew him best from Hit; front door of the or four entertain the best opinions of his abilities. permincnt blocks of stone in the cenler of I Wo hope he will disappoint their ex- inu-t huvir been ti.-rril.le. At hall-pant seven tnL' roadway leading from the prison to the oYlia'l; (he j-ever.il uliicers of tho prison and j street. The square is planted with trees. jKiliru hi.-- cell to convey to him sides of the roadway stood a double the I file of soldiers xvith presented arms. When .My, frit-mi, my said the Abbe Burger issued from thc gate, suppy cheaper there. Capt.'D: C. commanded the Dean Richmond from Chicogo to Liverpool' will fully endorse the foregoing statements. CIXAS. Y.; KICIIJIOXD. JJKATII OF TIIE.OniqixA'L TLSX'LE "TpM.! Indianapolis Journal mentions the death in that city, oti Sunday Thomas Mag ruder, an old negro, aged one' hundred: and ten years. He is supposed to-' have one who suggested the name and the leading features of the character in Mrs. Stowe'snovel, '.'UncleTom's Cabin." This supposition on the coinci- dence of name and and on the fact, says the Journal, M that Henry Ward Bcccher, during his a constant visitor of 'Uncle well ac- quainted with'his history, and a sincere ad- mirer of his many virtues. We have been told that Mrs. Stowe herself sometimes called to see the old man. Uncle Tom's was the name of his house amoii" all his acquaintances, and was a familiar phrase here long before Mrs. Stowe immor- talized it. At nil events; wo know that it is tho impression of all the friends of Mrs. Stowe and in this .city, that Old Uncle was tho original, or at least thc suggestion, of the hero of the 'Ca- bin.'" family, and he will fingers by app'ropfiating' the'mcans of his employer for dit-liom-at or' cry tiling IB unworthy purpofCB.; Button tho-oUieri hand, make theft- a and wards sit .in judgement' upon the criminal, yourselves havcr iiiadb. While inflated with your own importance and you can only see the legal "offence without" any .extenuating circumstances. however, .another, tribunal in the Loud of. thc THE Garroters" get speedy justice from Judge Ilussell, of New .York.v.The first one caught was immediately tried and sen- tenced by him to the State Ptison. for life Three more wero brought before him on Friday, and hy Saturday night thcj wero on their way to Sing Sing, one for ten and two for fifteen years. WISDOM without an inheritance than an inheritance without wisdom. MKN OF THG NORTHWBHTV, We clip following froni Horace last letter from; the West; in The Northwcfit.was never t filling up, and and improving so rapidly as at this moment. I estimate that half the increase of lion throughout the Union years will inuro to thb Territo- rise northwest of Indiana. Wero the pub- lie lands inalienable except to tiers in limited incrcaae would! be still greater! But the nutiiber of inhabitants in one'of' these new Western communitiei not" fully relative Btrengtk aod power. The inhabitants D0w Statea and Territories are nearly all in the prime'' of life. You: rarely meet here a woman pnst fifty years of age; rarely aa- old a man; and a large .portion of i neon are too young to have bad.njany. children. In u village moneyed and chief mcclianicn of the thirds of them will often be twenty-three apd thirty years of- i wives, of couKie, still, younger. Wisconsin, Iowa, and Minnesota murt day have an aggregate at' least two and a half minions, who in industrial capacity to an: an four millions in Kurope or A'ew K in: anotKar r care-to correct in !Ttl ;

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