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Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - February 23, 1847, Hillsdale, Michigan JJJJ 1 Publishers J VOLUME I. THE or AND or ALL ABUSES AT Tiin DAU or oo per Ann tint la If not o FEB. 23, 1047. NUMBER 35. Just Agoing A by Wholesale or LARGE lot of ami ieta Ji and German and Cast to put it in a rate Assortment of mar ho found the Albany Air Tight 2 Fulton's Hot Air Oven 2 Parlor Cook do 2 G sizes Improved Premium of the best Albany their Trimming and to and Plate a pile of Cable and from J Trap Mill ami X Cut Grain and Hay together ment of and Tin Warn in Exchange fur Copper and end out the wilt do ivell to cillat thu Hard warn iha south side of Chicago where thu to to attend to their nt 18-17. IN conformity with the State of concerning We the do certify that we hare farmed I limited partnership to conducted under lite firm Is. in the and telling luck other ciare dealt in by The Solomon T. place u in in the interested iti said aia General whose place of residence a in tbe of alto a General 1'untuer. in MatM is in said as a Special 1'artaer, iud as has contributed one hundred and seventy fire Dullara of Capital to tlie The said partnership is com. the 1st day ut A. D. 1847, and to terminate on the bf January A. D. 18i2. Made and signed by tile said nt A D. THOMAS B.C. 35. 18s 8. B into o the a Red nine old last Ins a white on tliR left Thu re- to prove pay him A. i Jan 93, 18-J7- 8w all torts and of shoes a Urge of and with a few doi n nice article fur weather aud bad anil tor J. J in this B the up stairs dnor hf is prepare I to attend to all with a Burgeons Instruments short 1''U11NACIS. is ajlin in of iu tu supply all in bis line of upon llm plan of prompt has his to King's directly orer 11, FOIt AT TUB SOUTH HUN ISOAD B. n. S LL SAVE indebted In From tba was thy OU I felt there a breath 1'onruJ changing Ami ihu light that burned and My cje had its their The brought no garland Nor olio 110115 forest rushes over almost in a solid Tho on either si Jo nro and n peculiar diadem of and as tho roaring of the fall is j perfectly its upon me allied to that of the The pools ot tho bottom to bo black and spray whiter Thu tu bloom would Tlie pour iu couM nut my wearied heart Tu in i than and the beyond And 1 the must Lea in And breeza und frea Thau itut which veins bounding uf hfu I tint the uir That iny early With fainting step o'er mount 1 packed Iu my Jly Up to 11 iy tu Amid And tho That thu Still with und iu the sunlight The that I to rucking And tn In each xx ltd their garlands The mountain that curie J. iju bore Till all ttm of all llm world m one Curled upward and still could fling all tu thu Yut spirit My early 1 round them Tho tho beautiful tho in Strange faco wet uio And scattered forms I Thu my tu So tu their I Tu I found them and But un wary 1 mot The n I land And groups Tlie rich tha hurdling an ho lo I bide the my lu iu Thu gelid 1 full the Sou ill balmy I iho And mu in the u und Vet still upon my lip und Their rigid Mul Anil calmer my And my me tho .Mv .My find no echo And then I no foreign Hail thus the puNe It I In: icy of signet un iny thit in immediate settlement is to c. Jan. 1817. The interesting letter u Ulu of probably lo Il id fiom the forthcoming of sketches of bis The would inform thf of j ill tho Y. and counties tint and opening an entire new of DYE a choice lot uf for cal at tho Drug formerly occupied by S. care special reference tn the wauls nf the Medical A liberal will be made to nnd to A of public IK re- Ai Co. Oct. 8th 184G- alC To attention of DIE'S if respectfully tn nn Unt which liai been prepared for Tho Saint Louis Month St. Aug. 1311 By looking on the map you ob- this rivor rior on the exit erne I hud not tbu means ol ascertaining its precise but told that ihu 1 and where my last ter il is an inconsiderable Fiom thai point to iho Lake il is quite a 1 should pose the distance to bu nearly onu dred und fifty It has more the appearance of a wild New er lhan nny other that 1 have seen in the western Ilia exceedingly rocky arid so full of sunken boulders and i that it never could be The nature of ilie Medicine and subject is in a tion of iu Tt that the it difficulties attendant on and the been found by many a in- The will furnish The nt 50 per O. W. Urge just for Sale by H. It Co. Oct. 27.1818. TRAPS TWO Urge Leather well filled with this kind of and far by DR. n. or All Healing tho received and for nnd by r. Sola lor Nov. TUST J. and hr tlir pound or altu t article of ami Plus Tobacco fur if yon want the article of Ten call at J. W. all torts of pat A of Hard Ac. lor maU at low pressure prices by up than Fon du which is miles from Lake The is perfectly but of ing probably to the oui of il It is said to tiso and fall Its entire shores uro without a solitary at thu trading posts already and iho scenery is and Uut I hear the roar of its cataracts and must attempt a description of There is a place on this called Inc Knife from the fact that the rocks are exceedingly and forms a large and where the voyager has lo make portage of twelves The length of this bond may be sixteen and in that distance the water has a fall of about three dred and twenty Tho width of tho river may three to four hundred At ibis just above Fon dc aro thieo nameless whoso dimensions aro indeed they 10 bu largest jn tho est. Tho water of the first over n pita of pointed and after twisting itself into every possible variety and foaming finally it- self to sleep in a pool eighty feet balow tho summit it took first fall or is about ono hundred nnd forty feet neatly water beautiful When I gazed on the of this water united as they in ono complete I to scream of un hundred eagles mingling its roar and thought of the uninhabited ness in every direction around I most deeply impressed the power of tbo 1 visited tlm cataract accompanied by a patty of ami owi of limo it took us to rose bout twenty miles from tha nt point is thu placu legitimately led Fon du It is an ancient ding post and contains half a dozen a minister and his interesting The of tho Fur Company and his arc and a sot nf they It is a general vous for the Indian and I crowded with the Fon du so fur as is ono of most delightful places that I ever met in my Thu fint white mun who traded my ft lend tho Education In and J children in order to get the food to have often to sen statistics j fill their As soon as iho exhibiting the condition of man's boy U old to earn two In England tho of shillings a by tho birds lional education is I boy earn as soon as tba nnd a four undoubtedly see it carried into Such progress ii o re il triumph nf tion is liko the of No man but all The intelligence of around ns in- creases our and tho society of on infinitely mom agreeable than the society of as hivo the fortune bo As inlet national policy shall hail delight the ad- highest hill in thu vicinity was of education in Upon eminence I a pleasant ct accompanied hy levelling overa landscape of owing to the length surpassing Fur below me we were j lay an natural on the tendency U tbo establishment of essentially our and men tho plain that the of common sense mine After from the und on u spot could command u complete view of thu Our supper on lhat occasion com- posed exclusively ol ns ono the had succeeded in killing u ducr in ono of his morning and though I had not eaten for nine or ten I seemed to have lost my und look my food merely BJ a mutter of tho fact I thought self the inhabitant of u and could hardly fool 1 a the in our repast of uio lighted their torches und j into a fur thu o I in- nnd them one foot truly They hurl an immense pike un u very column of tlie Jailing the creature a- way into the foaming and tho on in if its were mined to capture ot Ono moment it seemed in if the of water muit be pouting into und the bo and then 1 could only seu u light like iho sun lising at mid- as thu glided behind a sheet of water or u cloud They successful in their und finally and their prize ut my The then enjoyed a pipit for paper ul- liberality and the I rcj sed in its might v laku wonder of The j upon the ed to halo every and tho i occasional tinkling of a I combined to Jill my heart an Most of my about place about when iho younger Indians commenced playing their ite arid I the re- of the evening the chief and from i gather the following tradition ling thu ca ago I can said thu old country bo- tho big und tbo place the sun goas pawned by the Sioux immensely They very in their everything in tin ir to iho The Groat Spirit not thoir but and onco u multi- tude nf their some of our huntera down tbo the suddenly kicked out the tom in this and the principal rules nation all Since that time havo been the of this vast and the dren ancient catch the in a far distant With this legend deeply impressed on my telling of which occupied my companions for nearly 1 ordered moro wood lo bu placed on Uio nnd leaving ihe others to take caro of I rolled myself up in my nnd sjon I was only once during iho and that by tho of mingling ihe solemn anthem of the I sat up for a moment tu look upon iho but the sky covered and it exceedingly Even tho embers of our liro had ceased Around me lay my HH tho in in company mo that the surrounding country abounds in lich copper in It is idle now to arguo upon the ad- J It ij become almost lo assert duett that a accepts no excuse for to tbu thu foi acquit ing the of Wo growing a little of ihe ourselves nnd our Wo not liko tu think in thu of e i of the und that all is reached by t I i Pliably entertained by this gentleman to and could not but the of face and with tho Fiench In thu one ght soon Bmull a largo family lliu H covered a tidy and and in the other a of a of a stock of and n ily filthiness only equalled by the of its And tiat mil v ly und of his to be so slow in bis John to bu considered a by so a buy as Master to be told that tint long legged Mailer Jonathan him an example in thu The in bo lation ia and bis la 1-U lo hoi and In i ict of civilization to wit i left Fon du Lac about and j et d education not only upon tbu anxious ith n of some twenty but bound of its Deficient at Lu It was cine intellectual in the child can ho put to use in tho to iho factory ho must gcr has demands upon tho If turn from England to Franco do not find education in a stato it appears to be yet more According to tho returns of tba would appear that ten millions of franca are expended by this ministry annually in tho means of and yet 17.000, 000 of tho can neither read nor xvi can read and but cannot can and bul and only 3.000 000 aro perfectly or Arid to tho the ministry of half of tha by thu conscription can read nor In many monn the proportion is two-thirds or in favor of In out of eighty-four thu ignorant aro in tho proportion of between fifty and eighty-two per cent ot thu and nut of communes of opposed o government super- of And oui of the ten la Bet tu educate the ootu of tho tho tho and and only for thu education of tbo loss wealthy the of thu Konr 1S-JG. 1 send you tha of a u of a of who ai lived on the inst. from Santa with a pai jy of It will him iv some of ilis of com- with tlut placo in an ent 1 u On tho of I loft Santa by 2G in thu having ono and proceeded to Fort our in- until On of hours aftet our wu were by wi ft n payment of those cummer mornings when object in nature a nnd still small scums tu whisper in thu heart that it is n the of life tu the of death to and feel that God I than thu is nnd mind not to society itself in alagea of fiom tho feudal But lliu of of the er is I hud imagined to in any panions m a deep I listen to that Once morn did howl and that voice of a frightened I hastily coveted my bead and myself to On tho following morning resumed oui journey in thu midst of a rain the memory of that night ami that cataract haunting me a Tho next perpendicular fall within thu bend I have mentioned is miles tho and is only about fifty feet in but its grandeur is what enhanced by the rapids which ceed and have a fall nf some forty or fifty feut An old tells me that I am the first from die States has ever taken the actually to visit If this is a and as tho as I can have never christened I claim tho of giving them u Let them then bo known as tho Chippewa f It 'n a singular circumstance that n pino tree might bo cut in this interior and if launched in ono uf ilia taries of the orlin tho Saint Louis and propelled by favorable winds could in process of bo planted in the bull of a ship at any pott in tho The navigable portion of tho Saint as beforo extends only country on the The from Fon du to this us is not far ft urn twenty The liver is and and completely filled with while on Mde extends which aru as and v as when i Every member voyaging to and traveled at our for tho of thu enjoyment of tho At wo landed at ilio base of and 1 mado a or ransacked tho shoru fur abates and and tho young bored up tho hill side for mots or the more of tho party would sit in their quietly at their pipes aa they ed the com- livor and anon might bu beaid the report of a or the of t-n as happened to pass die ing of a of the nest of mi eagle or or the haunt of a in ink talor a couple of the ono of thu Indians ed in and wo hauled up our canoes on a sandy island to have a talk with some lonely Indian die of whose had attracted ij und tho lund Hut in us fiom to coin mm in aiu upon tho j and fiercer to thu passions of Education before an to thu becomes a necessity to tho mid u prop lo An niih a middle class highly in- and holly pressing forward is than nn it B very us to to our camp nf the ous on Cmv In the 1 Iud und another named anil They fiom unil hud the i days tu tho Wo continued heru until thu of the not us to being obliged lo abandon our ihe being too poor lo work to the and thu mure imminent peril to the that mass of by 01 can and them with mti provisions and Tho continued much colder Ihu and thu nick suffered much from its They lode and walked su lung as they but about in iho of and failed them and they ly Tlu men I bad ced in uf them lufi thern lo into camp for and on their re- they met tvaa in tho of tho is to bo and If cap- ital becomes an lute and vital What ij thy fact Horn the report so tho ignorance of our f fimn Until and in the it that in England and have a lion the half be as and third of which as unable to thould i; und expired Tomlins m to find un- til the followin covered him dis- about hundred frozen tii had them into und on tho o- of thu 12th. inst. wo buried them on Long better and continued to and tho of thu lath ivu tve Jho of that more learned of our tion such as do tu their our ftom iho Our sail iho river occupied us until about ten when die mouth of tho river and dis- embarked for the purpose of and eating our Wo landed on camped on Turkey any except a sticks wo had packed on our fiom camp of iho day Tho ly During the of our mules und left On the on getting much On tho 15ih between Lost nnd Diamond without wood or I i the liver side of a long sandy and j only Gil arrive ai ihe Indians cooking a practical nf But xx deduct from tho mass those niuch and cannot be and I remaining about four those have no to in care of bis and stand they tend suspect of that quantity of copper tho night one and gold be found in tho j and left Out of ch 1Gtl) continued to get had left him on tho previous brother still continuing On the morning of iho 17th I dispatched six men to havo him to but on tho way they met hU said he had left him in n dying and that be- foru they could him ho would bo The pit ty still proceeded to where but I had no And that son slake nnd a largo I tumbled o- 1 ni it seems from nit othe ver Iho sand and as the sun came I is 11 tolerably fair their an- out ofa cloud and every 1 pears for that only morning my about a fifth pan of thrno can first view of Lake abave 1 can thai tho I could must not only discover an occasional gull wheeling thai their deficiency corrected in to ami fro as il sporting the the of Time passed by tlin nr tho children at cornes one of the main difficulties U which havo lo in- more I i 1 I anil what iron must xx ith the but the Apostle the Indians have tn f Schools arc foil translation of the en- j tire crass P} bel i DO to col preen above the head of their teacher and those listened to his auJ iho In- dian Bible remains a curious of triumph and of more year nnd a half or at most years in our cases tho fault does not to und but the children nro before education can This however is less tho fault than tho of the Tlic fact is that in thu laboring portion 01'tho tho parents want the hands than tho heads of them I proceed ed the test of the party to Council of tho men had their frost and our reduced to only one hundred pounds of one mulu out and left on the On tho ted v. ith men for Fort to procure and on tho fell in a party who had been to meet Oa tho 23d Fort A physic in 1344 and just to Job J
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