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Watertown Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 15, 1852, Watertown, Wisconsin VOL 27 15 1852 WHOLE NO 287 WATERTOWN CHRONICLE PUBLISHED EVERY At A Terms ef Subscription ani Advertising 30 will Hiu All paper is delivered by One per your yaper column coin lirm For cadi Legal il rates j by law Nu in urc ilic option Business und ulker lellers must WO 00 00 DO 7 00 0 31 85 until ar- Notary ami U la M Surgeon Dam If W II Dealer in Dry Hoods BOOMER anil Counsellor at in M D iu the of United Stales Hotel eo D P WEYMOUTH Attorney anil at Law Solicitor in rv Ml B Attorney Counsellor at Law ry mid Hilary Public Attorney Law and Solicitor in ro w und at L eo FOUNTAIN and dealer in Paints Oils ut Law All to his euro and of en All lo us lo A rew v nnd 1 O T 1 jONKS Dealer ii Caps ni ailie tl e Kivi CHARLES AlKliN su iho One Attorney v Courts the I it J und Supremo Little 1 A Clerk Circuit nnd Courts ol county I ol ofc ol b Dealers in Groceries Crotkory Shuc Books ami and Tools at the Dutch ut Law Cathedral Music FT Tuo censed kneeling women rose Tire long slowly emptied of crowd elill organ pealed its solemn Touched by n mighty of urt It will of melody tor his He u Voluntary lo himself of n listener I thai heard him play Shaped to suit my own And formed Into notes Trickled upon each other like tho drip Of raid in summer upon trees and Anil wandered Unco loop in ilio grass Through with butler cups daisies anil wild hyacinths I heard the murmur o a to Upon brink a troop Fair with chubby cheeks nnd hutching eyes And girls with ringlets waving In iho wind They braided tho flowers lied up with I could hoar Their joyous and thuir lulls The song of the neighboring Tlic trumpet of gnat ben's louil burn click of like meeting spears organ poured a deeper strain And carried me fur In green meadows miles adown A lengthened river widening I lawns nnd cities on its I heard the pealing of bolls And roar of people in die market place Tlic Hupping saila of merchant willi corn each flowing lido the I heard Ilio creak il nipping anchors in ports A the capstan of the As round round they with steps all life still Hoods of sound The his keys Transported me u willing auditor Ins fancy deep full tones Grow deeper louder more sublime Until waves of music swelled to seas Whoso angry billows with Hustled willi on die land The moon tin clouds rose And in chorus with tho exulting sea That answered it willi ol its own and in nnd sea and sky on in of sound rite discords Duly o meet und in Anon the lightning flashed upon lie Anil thunder rallied o'er cloudy As chariots heavenly host Drove lo nnd last day by trumpet The echoes rolled through tiie cathedral Ami in silonce Lo tiie round full moon Peered from I bosom of tiie cloud The mink raging seas grew culm While loud clear the upper air Sang hi harmonics The Lord U great His loving lasts forevermore ne a guilt had may as well go to ruin at no une niy to do body hatea and body cares about may us well go to ruin Tall woman who far for to go so Where Qh boy a burst of thai was behold oh I haint hat no mother since I waa ii baby If I'd on- ly had u continued hie anguish the tears gushing out his I wouldn't a arid kicked and laid on lo whips I a been saucy and got knocked down anu run away anil then because I Oh 1 haint P nu mother had no since I was a baby Tho wins all Rone the poor boy and he aank on his dubbing great and inn hot tours a- with his ioor And thai stand Did ahr> bid him coldly to up and ba the jail birdt sho had boon a mother anu though all nor children slept under the soil ill tho lie waa a mother edit She went up tu that poor boy not to ten him away but lo lier finger kindly on his tell him to look up anil from henceforth find in her a put amis more that ingly about the neck of forsaken ted ahe poured from her mother's heart sweet womanly of and tenderness how was her that night how soft her She hail linked a poor to by the must ail ken the strongest bands of love ehe had plucked soina thorns from the path of a but striving mortal None but tho angels could huve witnessed her joy without envy Did the boy loave Never is with her vigorous manly promising youth The low ter of bin countenance has given place to an open pleasing depth enough to it an interesting study His father ia and his rood and sickly but she no The once poor is her only ence and nobly does he repay the trust He that a soul from death a multitude of Bins Branch The Doctor lu spite of Himself PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Jt said that the following incident plied Molina with lor Ins i Citizens of the suite of himself Duhe of Muscovy a martyr to the gout issued a proclamation great and honors to any one no ter hie bo who should to him The of ii peasant who had jus parties r congratulation that the and House of Representatives which has elapsed since the close your last session has been by no extraordinary political e- yent The quadrennial election of bus passed with less than excitement However individuals captain general to allow the passengers and mails to bo landed in certain cases for n reason which does not furnish in the opinion of this government a good presumptive ground for such a has been made the subject of n rious remonstrance at Madrid und 1 huve no reason to doubt due respect will be paid by the government of her Washington her minister for foreign I fit in our to to tho had gone to the Lobos for government was willing lo freight then un its own Recount This intention has been carried into effect by the Peruvian minister an which IM behoved to be advantageous lo the parties in interest lie to The which The settlements on iho shores of tho minister has been instructed to extension and a new direction tu our commerce in that o- bui that he like the prince well enough to Iho cret peasant to and interrogated as he denied having any knowledge of iho remedy in he received a smart flogging and wua put in In he lhal it that his wife had to him the remedy A nnd he was told his head cut persisted tn refusing to cure the duke The poor peasant in despair asked for fifteen days grace in order time to procure the needful which delay being ed he sent a man to on The river lo a luad of which arn peculiarly large and fine in that district With these he made a hath after using which tha grand duke fortunately found himself much relieved Thereupon the bastinado was administered to the peasant as a punishment for Ilia previous ob- but on tho other hand he waa re- warded with a new coat two hundred les and eighteen serfs foi and his to perpetuity At tho same time he WHS forbidden under the severest important to execute any revenue his wife I am assured that this couple have over since in been by ihn independent u free people undisturbed by those influences which in other countries too often purity of elections Our grateful ans due to an Ail Merciful Providence not for staying the pestilence which in different forms has some of our cities but for crowning the labors of the husbandman with abundant harvest and the generally with ho sings of pence and prosperity Within a few weeks tha public mind has been deeply by the death of Daniel Webster filling ut his disease the of secretary of His associates in the executive department of ment have sincerely sympathised with his the public generally on this mournful occasion His commanding wards the steamers employed lo curry the mails of the United Stales to Havana with the exceptions alluded to been marked with kindness and liberality and no general purpose of ing with the correspondence und intercourse between that island this country Barly in the present year official notes were received from minsters of England and France inviting the government of he U Stales lo become with ain and in in of which throe powers and collectively disclaim now und for the future till intention lo obtain possession of the of Cuba and should to all to that on part of any power or individual invitation has fully declined for reasons which it would re- quire loo much space in this great political and mil jn to think well tried patriotism mid would be of very doubtful impolitic und d Commissioner ml ol sen I to or recorded in ilio suite of New York over Candle Manufactory O they are i of TALLOW attlie CANDLES ri'dio AM Main ol BY Iho 10 1 or that they wish o -u all market i live Corn Oat l nnd ml Mills n n he n OUTCAST BI MKS I slay I'll thing you wood go alter water and do all your errands Tho troubled eyes of tho speaker were ed with teirs it wau a lad that stood nl the door pleading with kindly looking who still lo doubt the reality of his gouil The collage nal by itself on a bleak or what in Scotland would havo termed such Thu tiina was Iho latter ind of and a wind Use ol tho two near the i en who takes them O at a lL in nd Si 1 ami t'i dry lus J in ot j C XI LI A 100 269 new insi nl slum of nvr with a shivering sound into the narrow it for warmth nt fira a with its soft chill the of the paid for nf tha poor hoy's The was nln to grant poor and the peculiar look upon would tu any mind idea of depravity far years lint her woman's heart could nol resist the Borrow of those large but by no means some eyes it any rate till lae man sit down hy Von look UH were perishing with tho drew rudn chair up to the arid casting a suspicious at iho child from the corners of her eyes she continued selling the table for camo the of heavy whoes the open willi a quick anil thn good man presented himself ed with A look of wife and himself ho too hoy's with fin expression not evincing but him come to table and then enjoyed the zest with which he despatched his Day lifter day passed and yet the boy to bo kept only till so the CAN'T HE is theory of weakness indecision indifference and indolence What be thing some oilier man has Well you can do it or you can do tiling towards doing if At all events you can try Until you have Willi resolution application industry to do a one is justified in ing it can't be done The in such a case is a mere excuse for not ing to do anything at till You ber the story of Robert Bruce and the der in the cave Trying to climb to a certain point the spider fell to the ground again and again but still the little ture rose again to the task and at the fortieth effort it succeeded said Bruce if a spider can succeed after so many failures so can I my de- and ho sallied from liia hiding place wilh new hopes rallied his mon and ultimately conquered So in all things We must try and ti y with ed resolution to succeed Failure seems but lo discipline the strong only the weak are overwhelmed by is Difficulties draw forth the best energies of a They reveal to him hie strength and train him to thu exercise of his noblest powers Difficulties iry his patience his energy and his working faculties They test the strength of his purpose and force of his will Is there says John Hunter whom bv the throat and with them? That kind of man never fails John Hunter himself t working was precisely n man of lhal ami from making chairs on weekly wages he rose to first surgeon and physiologist of his time Influence of n Newspaper teacher who has been engaged a long time in his profession and witnessed llin influence of a newspaper upon the minds of a family of children writes to editor of the Sentinel as I found il lo be a universal faat out exception that those scholars of bulb and uf all ages who luve had to at home when compared with who have not 1 Hotter readers excelling in ation and emphasis and consequently road nioro 2 They aro heller spellers and define with greater ease find accuracy 3 They obtain A practical knowledge of in almost half tho time it re- ns the newspaper has made familiar with the of the im- portant places nations their governments and on the glubo 4 They are better grammarians for ing become so familiar with every variety of in the newspaper from the common place to the and Kical of they more readily comprehend meaning of thu text anil consequently analyze its construction with accuracy 5 They write better composition bolter language containing more more and connectedly 6 men who have for yearn readers of the are always taking the lead in debating ing a more extensive knowledge upon a greater variety of subjects and expressing their views with fluency clearness in uee of not love them with like the his long and faithful services in the most public trusts have caused his death lo bs lamented throughout the try and have earned for him a lasting place in our history In tiie course of the lust summer con- anxiety was caused for a short time by an official intimation from the of Great Britain that orders had been given for the protection of lire ries upon the coast of the ces in North America against the ed encroachments of fishing vessels of the United Stales and France The shortness of this notice and the season of year seemed to make it a matter of urgent im- portance It WHS at first apprehended lhal increased naval forces had been dered In the fishing grounds lo into direct the British interpretation of those provisions in iho of 1318 in reference to the true intent the two differed It was soon ed that such was not the design of Great Britain and satisfactory explanations of the real objects measure have been given both and in London The un- adjusted difference however between the two governments as to interpretation of tha first article of the convention of 1818 is still a matter of importance Our fishing vessels within i or 10 years have been excluded from waters to which they had free access for 25 after the of the treaty In this ex- was relaxed no far as concerns the Hay of Fundy but the just and liberal in- availing1 however in common wilh of my directed lhal the tern of France and be lhal the United entertains no a- but thut on I should its incorporation into the un- ion at present lime as fraught with rions peril Were island of population or occupied by n ruco I it if voluntarily ceded by Spain its a desirable but under I look upon its incorporation into our union as a very II into confederacy a of a national a language anJ nol to with ill other members Il would probably in a prejudicial manner the j industrial interests of the and it revive conflicts uf opinion the j the country which i ly the lu its center and have been BO happily compromised The rejection by Mexican congress of the convention which tad been concluded be- tween that government and the fur the protection of a transit way the of anil of the of thone citizens of tho U Slates who hsd become possessed of the which co conferred on ice of her own in regard to that transit has thrown The waters of the northern even into the Arctic no have of Into years been by our whalemen Tho of steam to the general of lion is becoming daily more common lo fuel DC at convenient along Iho routo from Iho io our Pacific Our who from time lo time stiller shipwreck on tho of thu eastern entitled to protection those objects ilio prosperity of our on the Pacific re- that an attempt should lie made to op- en thn regions of Asia to a ly beneficial It its obvious tint the attempt could lio by no power to no Treat advantage as by thu U S whoso con- system excludes every idea of dis- tant colonial dependencies 1 have accordingly been led lo order an naval force to tinder the command of a discreet mid intelligent of thu rank now known to our vice lie is instructed to endeavor to obtain from the nf hut relaxation of tho inhospitable and system it has pursued for two centuries Ho iias been directed particularly to remonstrate in the a- tho cruel to winch our and havo been and to insist that they should treated with lie is however at thu tune lo thai government amplo that the objects of the arc tuch I have ed and the ia friendly and peaceful tho with which tho of Ada nil overtures I nm not hope of a beneficial rustill of iho It lie crowned with tho not confined to U S hut us in Iho of wiil be by all powers F urn ratified in in all lo this ment of the United has been the a serious ol a national object t am etill i lhal the on the obstacle in the way very desirable willing lo hop subject which exist or may hereafter adjusted the will be amicably ot home in com- with what we think the true struction of the convention to open all I The subject has attention of senate of the U and requires no further comment m the other outer buys to our fishermen was settlement of tho question respecting abandoned in consequence of the lion of the colonies Notwithstanding this United Suites lias since the Bay of and stop how Wus to our fishermen in pursued the most liberal course wards the colonial fishing interests they go to work Our reputation far it euch girls will make good indeed will shone bu who secure such those who do nothing but High all and live to follow fashions who earn the that they oat or the shoes they wear who aro languid and from one end to another Wiio but a simpleton and popinjay would prefer one of i Iho Inner if he were looking fur a ion Give us Hie working They are worth weight in gold Vim never soe them mincing or have a i catnip fit ill the of a or a mouse They hav I in Also from Un- xv I fur it iV Co to your ter Your are u luxury to her Khe her nmi cost you nothing or it He at By the revenue law of 1940 the duties on colonial fish entering our ports were very greatly reduced and by the housing net ii is a to be entered in bond without payment of duty In this way colonial fish has acquired the of the trade in our markets two en- and is entering to some extent into nc j tnc from a desiro to home consumption These facts were ally aided by iho of tho king of i ho power having any with In from this of our foreign rotations I iho of to the condition of that branch of lo which this department of public business is Our with powers hap of laic years greatly in- both in of our own growth and the introduction of many now stains intu the family of nations In way Iho department of data has become It has by tho recent establishment of a of the interior bcon relieved of portion of domestic the of of that kind tho distribution of ul be and of the uf the If tilled Slates tho uf Iho copy laws tho subject of reprieves and and some Rica and in to relating to interior nation t bun Id be transferred from iho it would of iho public 1 will suggest also that tho build to the cute department is not firo lhat in reason to think thero arc defects in its ami that tho archives uf the government in charge of the iho of San Juan do Nicaragua and between Josta was to of ship canal i sin the two oceans which was the subject of the ju ihu bentl convention tho U Slates and Great Britain in a proposition for the sums purpose to the two in lhat to wan to in April last by tho secretary of stalo and the minister of department with ihn collection of of the wish lo aid in reconciling the Hamilton and Monroe are to by firo A similar reinarU may bo mado of the buildings appropriated lo the war and navy n up The condition ihn treasury exhibited thorn increased sensibility of our fishing in- to the important port of San Juan j in the report from department they without at the movement in Nicaragua the of a Tho receipts into the fur the in from a I great work uf a ship canal between those which two under one jurisdiction I and y- airs lu show j These and Iho incidents n-1 people proposition was assented j fiscal year Iho uf Juno last ex- hove alluded to have led me to tho Jo by Rica and the elusive of funds wore 721 charges for sheet 12 old whiskey by bbl or l S IL 1C U X D IS n I UTS Fur i L J Pure and White Lend Linseed Oil nnd lid salt in iho NEW DUTCH STORE and Fancy for side very low at otl DUTCH do Tuur lur nt DUTCH STOUB 50 100 Collars A at Vita Cod und STOHK oz AID and LINEN and Cup ul J B O DUTCH STORK IL and OIL Alcohol and Lump nt O nt A nnd LEMONS A line tout 1 Variety Store R in town nov Hood couple fier due consideration ded us loner aa ne was docile and ed so faithfully they would not turn him a way in the middle of winter a pedlar accustomed lo trudo al tho inade his of his goods readily as if he hud been waited for You have a boy there wood 1 said he Yes do yon know I have eoen replied the pedlar sively who is hcl what n he jail and the his pack overbid that boy young as ha looks 1 eaw in court and heard his a hard You'd do we'll to look after him and ho turned and left Oh there was something so horrible in the word jail the poor woman trembled laid away her purchases nor could she be had called the boy in and assured him that sbo knew that dark part in his history Ashamed and distressed child down His head his cheeks seemed bursting with the hot blood his lips and painted as vividly upon his fore- head if the word wag branded into the fleih tper und a ble lull of ink Tha cigar you are king cost tis much as postage of The ends in ushes and smoke the letter strengthens the family tie and adds a strand to the blessed that bind the members of a common home together to your mother If you are in good company she will see it in your ter and be comforted in your absence If you neglect to write her affection has hard struggles with her fears to assure ier that you have not gone astray Huve not Tako time from the non from the calls of ceremony from the society of companions from sloep from meals when you have not time to write to your mother you have not time to look at a crowd gathered in the He who made lime gave you time enough What have you Write to your father Your ment thickens the white hairs on his erend head Are you busier than and he writes to you He wiil not interpret your silence he can trust his boy He knows you are on n busy tide stream runs fast He will forgive you if you do not recognize him waiving his good wishes from the bank But he must go up soon and when you have time to look his manly form may have departed Give him the costly solace of frequent letters thai ho may the last he is not forgotten Write to him to When they meet you on a dozen sill off to bull ef and you feel an if were Talking io a and not io a nor K If girls knew how sadly they misa it while they endeavor lo slimy their delicate and tinsuilod shins and put on a thousand airs they would give worlds for the situation of Ilio working ladies who are aa far them in intelligence in honor in everything as the heavens are above the earth Bo then if you have made fools of through life Turn over a now leaf and lo live nnd act us human bo- ings us companions to immortal man not and dolls In no other way can you bo happy and subserve the designs of your existence BURNS A correspondent uf the Scientific American furnishes a fur a salve lo cure burns He he hus used it himself seen its on and can recommend it as having no equal in cases of scalding by steam from boiler or any other cause U ia prepared as Take any quantity of lime put water enough on il to cover the lime let it siand an hour or more take off the clear limo wa- ter and to every pint uf lime water n pint nf oil olive or lard nil ia preferable but any kind of lamp oil will answer put thorn in a bottle and shake well and in a few utes il will be fit for USP Bathe part movement favorable for a reconsideration of the entire subject of fisheries on the I coast of British provinces with i view to pines on i more liberal footing of privilege A willingness lo meet us in some ar- rangement of this s understood lo exist on the part of Great Britain with a desire on her part to include in one com- prehensive settlement us well this subject as the commercial intercourse between United States und the British provinces I have thought that whatever may be made on these subjects it is expedient they should be embraced in separate conventions The illness and death of the lale socre tury meat ll has nut proved equally acceptable tu but it if tu be hoped that on the which Hre in train will hn carried un in that spirit of con- and compromise which ways to prevail on and that they will lead to ti result Tho for likewise exclusive uf of which was on account of the principal of Iho public debt tlic Ust instalment of the indemnity uf Mexico under tho of n of 1 hava the of informing you m treasury on ihu Int day uf July thai the of ginno Ins littler period s purchase haa of citizens die if ilio public dobt to the ex- the U have fur many years tent of 40 has boon made will It is lo bo that the will past been urged hy our charge at It is lo bo hoped that the sense of justice will actuate the congress uf the republic in providing the means fur their payment The recent revolution in and the the prospect of a slate of in day Y Times are at the bottom of the said tho physician to a sick patient butI shall endeavor to gel you up agram I fear I thall be out of breath before I reach the was the reply Mr you think is a means Certainly my dear sny thing IB a means of grace breaks up and leads Scene closed with a us often as the nature of the re- quires if the ekin he badly broken lay oyer the wound a very thin piece of cambric lin this liniment will keop for years if ed tight in a bottle Every family should have il on hand as il cog Is Wo heard of poor boy eighteen who fell in love with a strong minded widow aged about He was in a bad way didn't understand but hung around an to the and contempt of his idol tinu desperate and hearing tho widow Wiie eick he mustered his courage went down house and offered to watch with her Har eyes flashed she looked it him and said with awful distinctness Jem tell your mother if don't keep you home I'll hurt you Jem arose went to her which hung over the mantle piece it ped two tears on tho back made up an awful and left Hasn't been since Courant 1 My said a to her other half a or two since I am a shopping 1 want a little responded the inan that would be no change at all you go shopping million for the details of such nn ment The subject is attended with con- difficulty It is found ble to come lo un agreement mutually to the two parties conventions may be concluded in the course of- the present winter The control of congress over all tiie provisions of such an ment affecting the revenues will of course be reserved The affairs of Cuba formed a prominent topic in my annual message They remain in nn uneasy condition and a ing of alarm nnd irritation on the part of the Cuban authorities appear to exist feeling has interfered with the ular commercial intercourse between She United States nnd the island nnd led to some nets of which we have a right to complain but the captain general of ba is clothed with no power io treat with foreign governments nor is he in any de- gree under the control of the Spanish minister at Washington Any cation which he may hold with an agent of a foreign power ie informal and matter of courtesy Anxious to put an end to the existing inconveniences which seemed to rest on a misconception I directed the newly appointed minister to Mexico to vist Havana on his way lo Vera Cruz He was respectfully received by the cap- general who conversed with him freely on recent occurrences but no permanent arrangements were effected tha mean lime the refusal of watered by tributaries of Iho La and they gave notice of this purpose lo the U that we might if we proper pursue the In ance with this our at Rio Janeiro anil our charge d'affaires at beon fully to conclude 10 be to lli one whenever the ho within tha at to prices authorized by law Tho imported ilio hist fiscal year was anJ tin of productions ex- ported of making tho uf the entire exports of thu above there wan exported 8 in and imported from porla In my first tu congress I called your attention lo what boomed to ma u be in the tariff and in my were bent adapted to remedy its and promote tha of tha with the newly organized country has ditico to lion or tho states composing it The de- lays which have taken place in the formation of the new government have us ted the execution of instructions but there is every reason lo hope that these will bo eventually opened to out commerce A treaty of commerce has been concluded between the U Status Iho oriental re- public of which will he laid before the senate Should this convention yo into operation it will open to ilia commercial en- of our citizens a country of extent and unsurpassed in natural resources but from which foreign nations have been almost wholly excluded The ence of tbo lale secretary of state with the Peruvian d'affaires relative to bos islands wae communicated to towards the close of the last Since that further which had been entertained of tho title of Peru to islands hive been removed and I have deemed it just that the wrong that had boon unintentionally duno her from want of information bo re- paired by an unreserved acknowledgment of her I the satisfaction uf informing you that course by Peru bas been creditable lo tho liberality ol her Before it known by that hsr would acknowledged at my views on question bo arguments contained in my former message in of protective I deem it my duty lo call your attention lo ono or two other con- affecting this Tho is tho of of our currency Most of tho gold uf California il coined iis way to in payment fur chased In the aro broken down by competition with fho in- vented in lout of and aro thrown out of r anil tho farm or that deprived of a home market for the ealo of hin produce In the third place of our Iho without competition in our market and he Iho price of here far ln ill increased of iron imported from wealth of very depend upon it- farmer i to by product by without loss of time or talion for winch or
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