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The Wisconsin Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1849, Lancaster, Wisconsin t s i THE WISCONSIN HERALD JAMES M GOODHUE VOLUME 7 Business UPWARD AND ONWARD UM WISCONSIN MARCH 10 EDITOR 1 ft tes Dry Forwarding awl Lumber The editor of the Prakrit who evidently takes from actual rience in ibe March thus newspaper First the These are men take Pearl Something over if my mind has fuels there wss nearly as much in New ill re- gard to California as at present but tht pay far them nnd read its supply n H II M Associated with Office on Maiu Sued Moore A Lane in Dry Groceries Drugs ciues Hardware inc J M D Physician nnd Surgeon the resilience of J Allen Laucaster T the older are The pay comes next men consider fiet the worth of their money in the bargain It seems its fair them that thu be paid r as a barrel of su gar or tt new coat They never And the enterprising that Jay tilted vessels 1.1 entire in the pearl nit its const mid in- I ui of California Spain at tb time M powerful nation and the precious products ol her with any other opinion When the runs fare news this new out or n little before they are on hand again the of the Spanish ot- with the There is no more with them in ill is period than or calls or a letter his postmaster in a or Heel was fitted out from and up the January If of red the New Midland them to stop his ron 10 due season like a Although D A Mackenzie Dealer in Iron Staple Dry groceries Liquors itc to the heart itf the editor Their image is embalmed in his warm May they live a thousand years mid see their tuns generation The second class now mind is the Do This class is nearly to the near that it is hard to tell This is l ami Spain w in yet the at it mnl il was tit nvi rival powers one tit the war that tint them in mnl was treaty nf Aix in John Ii Vance I prepared to entertain travellers and the public at the City Hotel Patterson Attorney Counsellor at Law Lancaster Wisconsin W Attorney Counsellor at Law Lancaster W T Attorneys and Counsellors at Potosi A J T MILLS Attorney and at Law Lancaster Attorneys and Counsellors al Land Agents Joel W Frauklin Ripley Jr j K 3 where one and the other ends These after nine years contest at nti expense to men always pay in tin Britain of over and intend to do so continually But Whether all these facts nre correctly ory fails a little ot some mishap intervenes or not there ean be tin doubt that the time runs a more than two California i sometimes for quite period their -s recollection nodding br The Ions never gets sound It pronounces tho viewed California as nn Dorado their indue The primer is not hopes fed by pearls on its and forthwith their will to do well Vol p Chambers us into Now comes the upon their in to do SD before the to the mean to h-t such run A imt w itli lisher Can live wilh men They warm in his a the comparatively of back of the Upright if a ilies Mexico Vere n-s in tlie of in arrears his wife or son remembers of furm as were he may not have paid up for his Sow e that ami is Mexico that part uf would be readily taken its or seu thai the primers waters to the of the Inens It fact bills nre nut unsettled jt nas n province of till to us by the recent treaty Moreover ivc are toid Tbe of the accounts Next come i EASY DOCKS These in They have fully settled it in ancient King s their own that newspaper is a on the west thing They take too the first they tor thn first year and which wen to sit any thuy mean to soon If V wen they done so they sit dou n the with pearls In: conviction that authority of Prescott tin now settled for and this idea once the for to liave hy ns the presents utado tii hy N 0 Attorney and Counsellor at Law liot into their to lie but keeps hold from year to a tin illusion with The editor the elongated space thu of WILLIAM HULL Attorney and Counsellor at Law cwi Wisconsin 1 1 Attorney Counsellor nt Law Notary mid Wisconsin w ith such that nisi in mul from ths divers became quite a city lint now only is on the of While Las to if they arc dead The of or have their hns down to to puke bills at them start in century the i up to tin reality that are in arrears rapidly by it already 1 like men as they an at bottom up ceased had They never dispute his bills they know known and now mil u of their cities books tell stories than moss covered and downs nf sands Jf the publisher has faith It scarcely he ior a Ion purse anil live likt a it very different he may survive these iji ilm of enterprising anil hardy GEO H- Attorney and at Law and Notary Public CYRUS K Attorney and Counsellor at Law h is mortal only wo be to him The next M that of tlie Here we to the other side Tbe picture denly f Pi MID we into very dim shadows the of may take n paper or wilt one in a s him il New than in Spaniard however Quint or tax the Kind's officers drew from Till of the pearls sent from Mexico to yearly nn to In 1587 then was sent to pounds weight if Attorneys and Counsellors at LAW Wisconsin CLO VIS A in and for tUe Co Cassville Wisconsin In come further he dismisses all about it beauty wern for II if tht aine Imd n one feist him at the end uf two or years he him from the Island of may jet for his paper but with and He debt if ho can rid of it a least of tin and A dun inn ill and M I Ills however i- to in be- on him tint a bullet on a 10 the ones C L Merchants Wisconsin CO and Merchants Milwaukee Wisconsin D Jt Potosi W JAMES GOODHUE If Paklic and A seat Of H Agent aad auJ pa 1105 JOB si J AND gm door of th trr Jt a try aad Maia Wit his hide or pearls were very into the is and of line sliding down into ill- other so ill by tin Tun CVM No how almost nnd this man his be the state of It pays fur ii not i like that lain the of a rej 1 H- di like il in are 1 the first l the n i He ii a iVom uf Iv never in 1 it till n want after it only i twit or of mv and thosp jcd bv he hadn't dtT til nf to siv of in him thill he never to the f -n or of When thinks have 1 us PT th all publisher to with as it it Or his t -i if wont to pay and lift il al if you wretch n i t his A his T s J 5 film i i It i w h- M the n h-t f i i j n -t ii i l up tf If ictl hrr and rij thence tied t-i h- bf f- tf carno at ih tr r th v i hf kc Ih of 1 i- T P Burr C C Batr Dry Good G etc The rhy of to Frankfort are far U in ut FT rd by a severe bail anJ their flork of crows on a on th of Mr IT- hy now tbe fi ot ibvm DO here hn of tbe ttf century ter Mr Per ital il f thf it thr h bvi nearly kr r ur n prevent an from again The ire di- into and not more than or lie in tin nrc an in so that u nine for oysters in in size Uid vi HS not and ran but titnv n hits n there little the fishery is if as as Tii Several tilted tint by to tin fisheries in hut not with In f uf The Kishin of sent U examine ibt nf and the of His is anil several staled thai wore very to and the use nf bells where they were capable tif us a lie the divers were to down in certain places for fear of the iir sharks and the or This latter tish he was was an im- mense broad fish formed like a skate They tilt divers Two poor Olio was struck by Hall with a harpoon and w hen taken was found ID twenty feel across the buck dangers Mini the of thi Lieutenant Hardy i diver it be to to il is su to to In my first 1 nnly six was immediately but by I down to lun three at nl water upon furs is so that I inly it to 11 violently into My under water therefore ill his short but as I had been assured that as ears should burst us it is by the divers there would nn in to any depth ami v di- t tn brave tin pain n leap the ibe nf hope and tion with my knit r over my tile in tinier nf nature namely my feet tin carried me it assist 1 be bv uf itmi uias count upon tlie firmness nf his The change id to is sensi- blv felt Kverv lills the imagination new idea of dangerous fully nf into tin silent iif ministers skulls id perpetual and of sharks and or tiie death of lln lie in wait for us impressions wi bv thu nf tin vision tlie by which I was I in mv even and curs in short mind by i in- images 1 with md I fell my sell I ed of my body nnd in the fiiimd myself mure on I with rt lived I wafer v from it- tlie of a a- 1 and in my waver now mt: on every of MX I ill bv th nf a il I nl and ih v I I a he nf v i- i Iv hiit c the en nl win ir i I V i'll I II bv ti i J in I v f V i I r L o fc rt r-i in f but c V oil ny tf frit depth of it -i ii of tt diteti IM eleven Tlw nick DOW adventurer twain round and H in nil at length i in to hi uf M l are but firat i la I n Umk us all are family to du M to be arti tbe of i hungry of If the u ibe of Mi u clear they may rise u Tber of liule ftr i It does not Loin I on or revel rhe the v ii ami they soon in vnin for the Hm let no one infer from that Lined ibern All were now Mint that the pearls do not abound in Their out fbM ID prints dim A winding trail I he same year iir tall gnu alone remained to paid two I course over tbe bilU joint were river whither they htd in work the silver in and It was a touching though of lenity their town now Ic that cid one the Co no less hail just gone on their than yet nil soon I ailed towards the their ibis failure in of Kilh silver were and thai so MOB to may safely and to their and UM the nf unfits so far frum their lights of civilization upon the principals supervision guidance stone We rambled around thn are impossible village the beauty of the thus seen tho following facts ihu on the and clearly of the houses nnd every relict left to That tVinn the earliest settlement of intruding faces of tbe North it has known in the Spa that in California That for man years an amount in value from these It was agreed by nil of us that every fort should be to preserve the of life iw B memorial to tlw adventuring Hut niter of t by their V which applied the Mazing torch cupidity nod destroyed the Indian divers by in in Kome And their cruelty imul stripped them of their splendid That the unsuccessful attempts of the of art and genius set fire to thw the commencement of ihc dian and nothing now at century to the pearl mouth nf Cattish creek to show that the cry its prosperity when a place over existed The land is now Hie pearl uas found worth nnd ed cultivated nnd not one in ten slim at- of iliK present even of our to other than the final city know that in 1330 u fine Indian village pearl oyster on the coast uf there California passed along And lastly sve in iv safely infer that some adjacent on the bottom now of tlie now seeking that Kl ill vain for the tilled them nido may lind it to interest to turn Over the entire country here reigned heii troin crowded irksome perfect but tbe of unhealthy task of for were recent expected or sand for to the less now nnd then to bo with the shrill I much more healthy enterprise hoop of this however the of for the pearls lhal owl hooted from the cliff and the wolf its liy tin aid of tall howled from the At we both the danger sharks nnd injury the in this vicinity the old to thr constitution from of Dubiique were at nnw mnl it grass grown with of is the marking distinctly the id submarine armor might be found curly adventurer It nnd rich with one on which The preceding have especial re- this iinngiitntivo would delight to In th I of fTT Hen the swarthy witU arc very possibly true of Aba himself wooed and won their And there is no in in conclusion that beyond Merc they tho rich mines of ore waters contain nn of nnd erected thu furnace fur smelting pearls nnd it is ibn in and in- if they in there the pn ducing them to labor their Savon w ill obtain them imd together Tho most in now forn thousand tba world is that of which is u monopoly covered with tall waving in t thi iii thn wind like rice field de- yar it to value of by the reaper But thin and iii it leased in- will leave for another time under cortain lor Tbe Vellow Fever rf nin wjd rfn ig ur wW to wo met fof fine We acid nothing more and left him thM he was hfl What's the price of United Slain snid WP to a Wall street a pounds of pure fold in Vork I per Pearls have been uf im- mense before imd unlike and silver not in value that Tin most valuable known were presented by to the mother of Marcus nnd in vinegar and to in over A in one bought bv ftt in nnd now in nf Sli ih of in worth unc In the of nf iho and one in tbu rrown captured of tam together with the onn already In obtained in in and worth IF V l for the few nnd on Vr iv tV across a who In the j of the of Sunday the greedy for in mammon n noble If we the It IW el io through the eye of needle ibM n rich mnn to filter the kingdom of n mini a already out two BUM Md and we we're to The text That Tbe value of is A an vf Boltl did not wait to bear UM ii he got Hy lillle i where iii nf lies in a or shun il i il 1 i In id a d with upright of if thf nf in thf t r M in by v H f i of I hi inv m iw arc nf mufti f a I by ill- harid a i l l i r a in the ri b I ri- in r 117111 in HI imw i chief Iw Mi it Many thm a IIP 1.1 from wr is now w IM i ff n since in a number ol Al lecture Murphy WM to 1 The the well anil of h n if hrak to Th f u aide of thu la be f or of IB of i i for one tif hundred and wan repeated w by Nine knew of the i we baro it fam Ca fattest in tbe in a bot M IMM
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