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Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1860, Green Bay, Wisconsin BAD LAWS ABE THE WORST SORT OF Tolin K 4 is UY JOHN D LAWE MUM pof Advance oc 00 1 51 The Treadmill Song 1 on 00 tllO Square ono weak two weeks three weeks every subsequent week one your Business cants per minimi Yearly advertisements hall advertisement by tnw AUKY anil Attorney Counsellor nt lid slir your somi use my net shake your d man be trade aw on Green Yrt and Counsellors at j i and Attorneys at Law mid Mice on in Counsellor nt in on new and Brick Wellington Wisconsin Kit Street Bay M arul ut mul Solicitor in in Street Green Hay now Tlic slurs nre rolling in tlie sky The earth rolls And we can feel tlic Revolving as we so Then trend away my And make the axle Hy should nut go in the sky ip And slir your solid nt There's time l So leun upon the mil my hid And take turn They've us up a noble wall To keel the vulgar out the world lint 10 walk about So you middle men And try to beat tlie ends It's pleasant work lo ramble round Among one's honest friends Here tread upon the Ions man's i He be laxy And punch fellow's ribs tweak that lie's lost them both don't pull his Imir lie wears But poke him in the isn't tlie And so our work is done It's pretty we tuko A round or two of fun I If ever they should turn me out When I have better grown Now tiling me but I mean to A treadmill of my own surround each individual we dis cover that the differences in iic ranch less than they appeal iic sucl as in the long of an endless life pretty likely to-be equalized Om mod and poets the of to man by that on tJ A Y Post Political and financial Aspect of the Crops The nov is that tho Gio it st soon hive snb btui Pies dent til 01 WHYS Ul WULI ugh of c 101 and ifu i evil the highest development oi ctci attained But the fences and mistakes of no such justification They arc to what is the bin f oi seventy years but u watch in the night before the long long day tint hci loins Looking Down a Volcano t A ice cm moments iis witn view the inside of is which gaie the ry Bust Cause cause of in wheat been to vi el at a stage tlic Influence of Forests upon and Superstition which has J F and Solicitor ton -St opposite the I ton ot I of every description executed a d in every part oc The a habit of discoursing sensibly on most subjects discourses as follows on the sub- ject of and We are asked to state tlie exact between religion and to draw a line precisely where the former aud the latter begins We doubt whether wo can do it and we do not in- A very able European join nil sij s Forests exert an influence upon cli mates but as mountains locality mountain forests are almost tho only ones which it would be interesting to study in this relation their influence is to increase the annual and tions of temperature and to lower its By raising its temperature in summer and lowering it in osts augment the prevalence of sea rains in the former season in the winter they increase tlic prevalence pi land winds and diminish the amount of rain due to sea By the prevalence sea winds and Of land winds in they intensify these winds ent in autumn which in consequence the ordinary seasons of con- rains and So as a general thing forests tend to increase rains that produce tions in the side of France to c m 1 uh i o us loi tin Jhr sVi on h is been so nid old in Ln J i xd that i di nt it to 1st foni million 141 ife ihc r stm is coil vn the in oi lit F ol t But urns losi bv ibon six handled thousand q i in in 1 I'-.t it iht date hi h con st U i oi public pi ess wid lot t dem nd ioi i his impending to Butish con tire it is i ot hi to All accounts till the a Europe have much from of the weather Qn the liand this with the assurance of i a harvest Our crops in the arc considered beyond thb ol casualty a id u to Ine mi oi md Jl ming e desco idea and beds oi hot d icet we stood at the o the Inch 13 hemmed ILU oi he it inst to mtn the ing goic ben Ine of the sounded hi c fai thunder and the sudden oi snio'o that i om 110 confines tli t had been oi the abodi oi thf u idu he ids The enit it on b rf i undo gone to wi ness it dense col imus bio c fiom the c itei ana xuls us a nl to quit onr not without some from the sulphur smoke which on to meet the forei Here table ports of New Turk to foreign ports for the first half of the rent year compared same period last Vear highly the lungs and compelled us with onr realms 11 s to cove er Of words can portray the region that opened upon the sight whilst down this abyss of warring clement this prison We member of the cis Club nif thus o genri the makes its about such a and that it is in this hot weather which we hai e in the fast or then let the sun shine out is hot as it at that season of the and SP it may continue to do i half dozen times a and at night 19 the Why the has all off the stalk down into its to stalk lam ad he cs to the but let the night bo -u arm ai will be a v anc called a it sto the stalk 01 leaf it fills and x hot sun morning dries it satik or a to the wheat pi- bats Kow let it rain the following after the dew and will the j say to may this T have never this kind of dew except in the extreme hot weather in the month of July wheat aud Counsellor Law Green Wisconsin m and to a np the valley of the Rhone the lowering of temperature j would have an effect to neutralize mere the prevalence of the Etesian so called sea and land winds and thus to augment and ish in short to limit the of spring and autumn rains tend to try The and spiritual excessive landmarks man draws tor 1 and must do so necessarily If one draw his line and it ao that its pre- cise would Vie to of forests to the mountains does not seem likely to modify in any sensible de- inundations of rain attended with The intervention of forests i Barrels oi i Barrel's of of Bushels i the of returned by anup the rust on the pram when it has rust when no o 97 of fine tain and fourth dun oi sulphur us heads a the light The lurid glare black solitude around our feet tlic gushing streams of from the the burnt table foreshadows for tlic coming foreign in our active emp ment our ships but is not i n with the threatening noise from art to express THE of New a lecture Yale on The following to cultivate the best Select a but exposed situation for early berries slope to the ones to the north Thc soil gravelled loam Avoid barren soils and those pre- the far pare the it power of art to leaving the drain to allow the circulation of air Pulverize at least two JOHN rft 1 A MASSE of Circuit Conveyancer Will ini i ml l Door in new to the of in and Counties nuke limits i'ur lor as wo go higher or lower the scene shifts What is superstition in the view of and nothing is less than fur quarrel and call names they do not the same eyes When there shall bo found two minds constituted alike equally in- on all subjects and with tho same moral affinities there will then be a case of perfect agreement in opinion will happen when there are two Gods for it is a of Unite minds with powers and imperfect knowledge it is a of the Under influence of bow of promise and abundant and bonds are daily ad- in Stationery School Books Store oppo Olock Washington street II MILLS mul Dry GomU Keo Notions Linns store in is ix it JOUX nt till Street the Court 111 will ml to business t troin IS GUAVES and Law and Solicitor in in Desnoyer s street Green liny VMS dealers in Wines and a superior article of on street Green is IKiE Emery Publishers that they should divine plan which creates the ty and harmony from the The attempt to various minds into the same philosophical m theological mould is an absurdity and an outrage and being in conflict with the evident purpose of divine Providence it can produce only discord and misery Religion la the worship and service of dud is a an excess or perversion of religion We cull a win in this age be convinced by any number ut signs and wonder voices from tlie sky streams and rivers and thus tend to do away with the cause's of overflows They licit fn tlie samp way tp check the tpo rapid molting of snows Embankments of turf produce most ot those effects but in a less If there is an increase in the frequency of we must attribute it ly to the clearing away of forests Extraordinary freshets increase the of the river beds overflows and inundations and the building of dykes rather to augment than diminish these effects Dykes which do not arrest those excessive floods and regulate the How of water should be replaced and locks which may check and regulate excesses DISCOVERY HUMAN SKELETONS of City six miles north of La sends the account discovery of largo human skeletons to the J A of this place in that are so in value The in for them will set all these ning and attract We may reasonably hope Discs new crop will conceal the pf'the to the Atlantic seaboard which lias hke plummets to the enterprise since the crisis of and of which than par cent has yet been paid a result will have the cy to re-establish the credit of the street and to attract capital to quarters it country af five iv cigh One fine as For manure pf un- leached ashes and bushels of- lime slacked in three salt in solution to should be done with great care and ing rootlets pf the best i BIA the spring though with r eight people be done at any during The now the feet apart -1 tl Unit God required him to Ins sou us a wo should and keep ABOUT is a great mistake that neat women are ly ill-tempered Onr own observation and experience docs not confirm any such conclusion We beg leave to assure the whole race of make the remark for the benefit of all defects of temper and aggravated by of that all substantial tues arc graced by is possessed of is a perpetual source dwell We will not tu happy which such things will have in reconciling to a new administration a t in all classes content with the pending 1 r tiai election may be it will not bo possible for of to full of people between St s 1 alls who or of five size He also found pieces or bone pieces of kettle's made of coarse at neck of one of teeth two by half to of an with holes drilled into the sides and the end polished witli a live inches long by one and a through and about eight inches long Also the blade of a and inchs wide Water add with great in large quantities except during the and always it does riot and be- come stagnate the should never be used about the it injures the The productiveness 1 of the strawberry about New York does average forty to the acre There is no difficulty in rising onc and fifty recommended In the plants should covered eton two hundred feet above of composed of day immediately above tlie remained two thick then layer then another layer of clay thick all so closely it was with difficulty could the remains iii use words as riflemen use the chances of With a devil is of prices of irritation to may croak till they TI IV1 n in nan who is doomed to dwell under L mid on Hie day of U will be the aim I in tie uture us in the to a u with the of the fireside In we shall eu- to in and lunko it n with the fie home ol a to more the true of the lie looked upon m it IS the musl one known The of he much enlarged another year and no expense to it TMK ol tho Host will be spared The paper will bu found the friend mul Terms of the Prairie Farmer for 1860 G U E AT I S U C E M K NTS One copy one year S Three copies one year it 01 Six copies t year and 1 to 900 One additional copy to the agent for every ten copies over six For ouf persons sending the lists of after this date will five a bound of tlie for the lust half of present him from mischief by lucking him up in the asylum But the same thing in the father of the faithful wo act faith If any visit liis sick parishioners and ant them in that victim iic precept of tho first in support and hin 1 church praying lor the and ideas ol the and brock as gross Catholic and tlie Greek well with their proof and there is no Protestant who will by their mid force who thorn for the time not vastly more like pure anity than in several Very and possibly may be vastly more like ity in other respects than This is not an excess uf candor but only a just inference from the partial views of truth which all men tlic same roof with her be landlady or servant She is in the eyes and sand be- tween the You may know her by her paraphernalia bonnet is on the on one M and air they will get it will Jib chair arid her hqn has granted O J i i di the rema clay found no guilt to break absence of con- untidy forbidding and a man ted and guide with and on till what yon say can be in a they put a sentence pierce the matter to the and are done never know where you stand with Your conversation their minds as rivers fall into the deep and are lost from sight by darkness They will you few words dep sometimes and were times IBW nre right mark like a then they are if they V Parson of the gives the description of a he a visit to and The serious iui table is ill served and order are charms that never wear-out primal love itself no more endure slatternliness than liia and is gone at once herself would make Conquests with hair and a gown that wanted s washing Commend us to a m the lady is possessed pi the neatness even if carried to of ait extreme it would be more tolerable than the least touch t of facts of the in the the the The taken is a defaulter bond IMPORTANT Chicago Democrat says pot not to call the keule and wp The United States at its late session in this city executions issued in of non-residents lay to charges that Fowler and that ithe department knew it Two issues tried by order of tho one upon tho facts before a iury the other -as to the concealment facts by it such concealment is is the the Disgraced the bondsmen ireo In any case e a visit to They have a new drink now at said man ia of a mile from A certain Senator was thrown in liis own yard not long and ing rl i i ij -i dwell i the to awaken arid keep alive promises she not allusion to peaceful kindly welcome of a pence to pardon all the and hardest locked in of selfish her bid her live as she had matchless bliss love soother of the ing source of the spring of joy no rain in their i i i be added to the has given Tlie MX who will semi us lists ol we will fifty or mure ft copy of pictorial edition il- lustrations Friends of the you win do to extend the mid of the former Will you not try t Wo will sond samplo und freo to any who will try to extend CO 01 Ill UUU had better not use tlic unpleasant epithet superstition in relation to the religious practices of other quite sure thai we to 1 eights of reason and to be above the mists and fogs that ob- all the Ulo We Pope thai Virtuous and vicious every man must Few in the extreme but tlie The same tiling may be said of human wisdom and fully religion and and indeed of else to Ine are iii degree and not in kind and if we could look beneath the surface and understand all thf secret Price and A of Leaves time to so too is the It comes of getting er who like other preachers habif of using big but at- ways succeed in of nlS the leafs t entirely destroyed There such a scarcity of provisions and in that country as at present ine be ebbery goes i arc not obligated cases of and that th State the plaintiff resides is to-be into consideration in maidens A WILD child is roaming through the among the ot that Section of the country The nearest was the whereat and the read tho weeklies for ayear 11 or velvet ft in epaulettes ot simpering oiling at troops froin ate tne of and entertained ri j eery pqy goe thar's one road clat a d's ri ght dio wrt damnation nd a reat many am roadman de nawer road at leads straight up V If excited col- s the it liad supped rather tough time other there arc of watches some brother for edsomebrtfly
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