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Milwaukee Advertiser (Newspaper) - January 30, 1841, Milwaukee, Wisconsin PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SOLOMON C. AT TH NEW 1. NO 50] 30, 1841. Altemar and at Law and Solic tor in 1.. and at Law and General Land T. eat at Law and Solicitor in Hon. John D. Walworth W. T. WALLACE W. Attorney JOHN H. at and Solicitor in MILWAUKEE m one door north F. A. at anil in U P II A M dt W A W O II T E Attorneys and at and Solicitors in B. A. 1. CLINTON Hon. Samuel Y John A. V. R. H. N. Y. Edward Henry D. City Hon. John M. JT OII If II O R W E M t WILL prai tlie Cour of tlie v in the Circuit aid of counties of Br Racine When he will also a tend cf His resilience is at Green f. f. of of tht Court V. S. R. E Court Virginia af John Baq of Richard i Iqf of Pa J. A. A of the Will act as for the of cr Town draw Deeds mnd aid in West H. M. u in i wilt prompt and at to flip col lee 11 on ur unrig of left him for the Office on ihe of Third and West Oct. JOHN S. over the store of L Rockwell Co. IT. Forward ng and Co W. T. Mar 15. 16JO 13 nod door below tlie Koat 13 Merchant Carter A Co. 1 D. Pack Co. A Co. O. P. 1 n Co. Co. A Co. Ev ervi B. CO From THE INCIDENT Of THE sr BAKU It was an autumnal ev for- bad begun to don tl eir mantlet of gorgeous The ahorn of their harvest hy like golden io the rich and Mow The noble clothed in panoply of rock and threw their an lien shadows far out upon the bosom of the who rolling on his path of b gleamed like a fallen iu ihe innumerable lints of accidental 7ur in the dis- tance lowered the venerable be- girt with a diadem cf purp e aud gold The first star was on the brow of deep dark clou Is were cling the zone of lock and and valley and all commingled in one hazy rendering it a scene c f indescribable beautiful os in those days of primitive ere g n was or desolation and decay hud fallen upon the blossoms of our Such was the evening when a was seen to leave the promontory of in the neighborhood of we locate our in ihe year In il were veral ia tJ e military tume of that v ith of their marie it dart over the waters like a ray of In the stern wos seated a man of about fifty years of his head was uncovered and view a md capacious features were m irked and mas hie which vos peculiarly characterised by n closem of the gave to him a look of yel which in no way impaired the mild and expression wl over his general aspect the others in tlie hp wore n dark b ue with to the buckskin small high with his in a straight the rest i of the son who destined to nd teve the IV of bis jt the fellers of need who it In mind's does he not before vou Is not his the of your and his in the leart of every of It was but his receive t he v daughter the of sake of b and nov swear 1 r Like a on the hi They sat i treason 1 It was tin e 10 ihu fa i of era and which p< fea I hi driven the the opposite one of the leaped and made rt fast to the root ofa broad thick ver ihe its The rest of the in saluted then cot who their ten you ma expect said look well that you are not These are no times for upon repli one of the I ho and them departed along bank of the That party to be nt the house nf one of his dd snd ble to which it i seteral er American had b invited seldom that he in more it that period moment was frai with per in nn ar- hacked bv the of Ruby the lie to relix the toils of and honor thi party for a w hours with his After his pith for some dis- the he into n narrow i bordered t with a of departed here there n crey crair nut from the orer which the treei ivy nnd the in ance at other the arn t of the nut nnd the mountain ash met in leafy fondness nnd cast a deep almost ns night the and 1 ke a a Indian pirl bounded into the path returning his he shortly reached tbo stant i mansion of Hit wat the signal for joy among ihe pany each of whom Washin vied with each other to do him be had I Although frave in and brave in bi io bosom of no one knew better bow to render himself agree The old cheered by hia The by nor even in gallantry wai he when it added to the virtuous spirit of the The protestations of friendship aod welcome were warmly dered to him by the Fast aud ly tie guests were the the the mingling rose The twilight fast into but a thousand lamps of beauty a brilliancy of day to the wat and blooming facet were every where but was lurking among the In the midst of the the sound 01 a cannon suddenly upon the startling the and suspending the Washington and the officers ed at each other with but their were quickly dispelled by assuring them it was only a discharge of i ordnance in honor of his distinguished j The joy of the moment was again but the ot suspicion bad upon the spirit of who 1 sat in moody silence apart from the happy A slight tap on bis shoulder at length him from his and looking bj perceived the person of the Indian stand in if in the bosom ofa bunh rlose lo bis again here he exclaimed with bul she motioned him lo be and kneeling at his presented him with a bouquet of flowers Wash received u and was about to place tl in his when she grasped him film I y by the and pointing to it io a and the rust moment mingled with Ihe who appeared to and welcome her one well known and Washington regarded the bouquet with he saw in it to excite his her woids and singular ance cuok deeply into his heart and looking closer upon the to hit surprise be saw a small ot per n the midst of the Hastily he drew it and confounded and You are be- trayed It wan now apparent that lie was within theden of ihe but to quit it in iff hi only draw the mation ot treachery the speedier upon his head He to disguise his and trust to lhat Power which had awer forsaken him The again but almost interrupted by u second sound of the cannon The guests now began to regard each other with while many and moody were the glances cast upon whose countenance began symptoms of while arion he looked from the window out on the broad green lawn extended j to ihu as if ia expectation of some one's cun detain them be muttered to they have deceived me Why answer they not the signal At a bright rose from the for a the rounding and showing a small filled making rapidly the ha con- three minutes I shall be the ofa and the cause of ibe ic be no gaily ing he pledge me to the success of our The eye of at that en- countered the scrutinizing look of and tunk to the ground his hand trembled even to so great a de- PER PAYABLE IN ADVANCE aod the horror of agreeable surprise oi wham t ington as her io the pa and v dieig wet rapidly ti a the Amei turn of t of 1 diate gree 10 partly spilt the of the THE above their friends will at all with a BOAT AND to in discharging freight aad without tha U H. COTTON CO. 1940. and stood fun back with It id Irs his the indian her placed her her and by a with her forbade him to seek my wild flower T the She started to her drew a tomahawk fro n her belt of and imitated the an of the a at forbidding him to ahe darted into leaving him ott in ment said to after a abort panen and from hia be- With he it to his then retiring to the waved hit which action wit responded to by a discharge of at the moment the En- glish anthem of tht buist in full volume upon ihe and a band of attired in with their faces hidden by entered the j mem The American drew their cool and ai on folded upon his quietly it an we not Then turning to what ha bat replied the his hand upon the shoulder of yon are my In the naim of King George lariett exclaimed tha may be eat to pieces but wa will not fire and ha wared aia tword to tha f aa if wady to la u bad again after that of the W. my own leart down bit noble agony of the wife and my I heed but y native welfare the I pity but my the presence of 1 ot forgive fell these words of the wife nnd into the arms of the when they recovered to con- had atoned Cor his sacrifice of his the Indian who and domesticated had overheard the intention betray the American r valuable officers that hands of the for they bad been invite I to in her of who had ibe from native frustrate their waylaid the steps ol have but failing in she had then recourse left in possession of the d she imparted the shadows of the night closed a company of making their way rds the banks of the rt distance of ihe spot where n party was wailing the re- Ir Bold in ihe and knowing lhat uld alone they rusted and overpowered stripped t tern of their uniforms arid bound tht n hand and placed them in their boat and under charge of two of their con sent them to an can at West Point Having dis tht in the habiliments of the t ley proceeded to the bouse of at the appointed time and mad known to them by the they arrived to the relief of Washing and the confusion of the T i or THE OP The dike of viceroy at ples for te king of to whom the Neapolitan territory wut then quired gi at celebrity far the dom judgments he to show i nobleman un visiting ihe cat ley one festi ever and val day fo the purpose of liberating a cap io use and found ail the loud in asserting their inno C ne declared that his ion was t e work of another as that he had been informally and un- con j a third declared he bad ken for another and so All If c lured themselves guiltless cradled At last the duke came lu v bo took a very different I do not my noble said that ther is n greater rascal in all Naples ban myse f. They were too lenient ine to sent me to the The bearing trese turned round lo tl keeper of the galleys and ex- Loosa scoundrel's and i urn b in immediately about his ness If he is allowed to stay he will certainty these innocent men Take him away hit orders were being he turned round lo otter aad to wilt the most civil air I have no doubt you me or ridding you of ibis pestilent I le might have undermined your The du of was ha like in a little despotica even in good a rich ant of whose inant was chanced to lose an containing fifty fid en d and a ring of vale e of a thousand ton vexed him and he a lion to be offering fifty Spanish p to any restore the An old woman foun I the and brought it to the Fern toon at aaw raid not withstand ibe tion ii try uy to avord the of part of the rew In the fifty pit he d laid and said to -I towl sever tha rem takan of by 700 here othar aad ao you are The old remonstrated In vain this but the would have remained with her ty had not rune one advised bet for to i he duke of you the when ahe might have have teen of taking your thirty T no. The truth the purse cannot The merchant stammered My I know ths the e d the you think there never asa like good you purse nd its contents It cannot be this since ho says his had fifty was duke might have been morally ain of the to us as been said this was a very Haroun kind of a The duke had one cay lo hear the case f Berlrand de a proud Spanish who was in the of streets with head erected like a While thus a totter carrying a load had run gainst but not v first crying Beware which ordinary method f giving warning in surh cases The porter's load consisted if and one f them fell off in the and tore he Spaniard's silk The duke that porters usually cry nd having seen the porter in this he earned that he had cried the though Solos tie The uke advised the porter to declare himself when the cause came for judgment The porter did so through a and he duke immediately said to de 1 What can I do to this poor You he is Forfeiting himself the cried Don't be- ieve the ny I myself him cry -e 1" Why lid you not replied the aad he made the S partial d pay the expenses and a line to the of THB Select thait AND editor of the thus We do not envy the man his but we are not sorry he has it. It shakes a ai article out of him We can shake hinds with an crack jokes wit i a dance on the top ofa a thunder whistle the wind out of drive a hurricane catch whales n the nnd toil them in the er of we can kiss a pretty and when we feet our cheek ingle under the inflict on of her delicate we write when our ague fit is tr to make pn thousand little starc from the fragments of this world on which we All lhat we mean to say that a man lo do when he is alternating between these agreeable slates of heat and where the beau- ly of lever and Some old were of opinion that the wicked would be punished hert after by first and then cas into an ice and this process was lo be re Only think of a whole of fever and ague 1 A poet once said the spice of ife that lends existence half its bul the although he w us good at knew nothing at all of r Hot and cold and there's about unless quinine comes uti der that and sc far from lending lo any it knocks man into much quicker lhat a road Confound the fever and Hold on I we take that Spoke too by George f Here it cornel with a kind of and a Lord I LATE riteH Captain brig at this in forms us French Admiral bad er rived at an 1 immediately to Buenos where he sent a flag of truce on that he had the power to make wii or and de- manded that the 13 P would knowledge Gov Rows Only how had acceded to the demand when Capt. left Y. wor by old ara captain of our acquaintance once took on board a number of at a port in the Emerald bring to this On approaching oar t be as founded but found no ye strike the Captain f one of the was re- will ye ha so good to tel w came to bt which it ia io Territory Your 1 it necessary at to eater long of the w M or a canal the of fake Michigan those of Rock The af been placed beyond by the which hate been by tbe proper officer appc inted on the part of and of Canal By these th. project baa found to be not only pi but completion will be a meant of ting a large and aod manufacturing within of our whereby every part he Territory may W with the pf in exchange for our t ame lhat it will create ail our It Will afford thai to a vast extent of inlaad which he benefits ofa foreign o rely almost on cbj owa 011 reel and It will be a means nf at ne safe and Harbor afe tha shore of lake enterprising itch nay sheck but cannot ih the combined energy aod he in vW the lake will which renson and and lave long asked m vain at tha haadi he General It will hasten the i navigation of Rock greatly conduce to the d growth of ihe country bordering not only in bul alaa thriving commercial less carried on through will .dd greatly to the revenue of our y. j It will give to tha of not only the region of ast but will sec ara to bar tha m importation and tha amount and ral which must soon along the upper and in Aod it will the taat connecting link between the the it will be tba of the grand chain which and which will bind together io ant- of and of most of out It in be ihe completion of tha Wettern Your believe that ft a Territorial work la which the whole Territory it deeply And they be ieve it it the doty of the Legislature to device to its at rapidly Congress for especial it Has Territorial Legislature its agent to and expend The excepted trust committed tl has induced numerous t to its and to make under the and that this 1 ly abandoned f Shall ihe Territory M trust T Your not believe it. They believe of the implied v pledged 1 e fa Your for tt moment harbor Territory to invol fa accomplish They the certain it. They believe that tha fond properly will complete the ought to the example of ing under the weight of ought to kaap It Irani 1 the Canal bat of the landi tha of thit amounting The intereat on ibM i ia ample security lu would i
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