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Milwaukee Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 20, 1840, Milwaukee, Wisconsin VOL TV MILWAUKEE WISCONSIN V OCTOBER 20 1840 JNO 16 MILWAUKEE SENTINEL EDITED HARRISON REED d annum Cents in addition will invariably aU subscriptions not paid within six the or subscribing and One If BM paid within the year or per square lines or under for the insertion for every subsequent insertion fVAU left without specific will inserted until forbid and charged j T or advertisement all arrearages are paid unless at he publisher addressed lo this office must come to receive attention and all orders must be with the money P A at Law and Solicitor IE Chancery Wisconsin LEONARD P CHARY and at Law ami Solicitor in Ch: Block Milwaukee lOy Am at Law anil in taVa if nnd nr 1 for the Slate of New M W T L at nnd Milwaukee W T 5 UNCERTAINTY OF LIFE BY Beneath our feet end our I Is equal warning ufl lie Ibe cout us In benren Deuth ride an every p using breM He luika In every flower Each season hath Us lid every hare seen th rosy KfM Of youth's toft And fate descend m Men On Our eyes have seen tl e of Halt feebly toward ine And yet shall ou hearts And to come 1 Turn turn th t danger know thy foot can tread The earth rings hollow from below And ot tier deed J with glowing count nances and bright eyes and sweet smiles Depend upon it there is like a sensible good romp of a country who will play hide and and blind man's wuh you but who would cuff your ears in indignation should yon address her in language which more refined ladies j would listen to wilh complaisance I ing process of husking if a re I ear of corn is found by any of the ladies she is liable to receive n kiss from some of the company She of course hands the ear to her favorite beau who readily under stands the signal and acts accordingly The red cheek is sure to be redder before he leaves it After task is finished the company adjourn to the gopper PRESERVATION OF HEALTH told a dory of a certain ROCHESTER NEW The editor of fhe York physician who gave four rules for cia Advertiser has recently been J reservation of health When he extensively in the Empire were one which was said Stale Hoch i To truths divinely given The bones that underneath He Shall live for hell 01 lie iven m -n 1 Counsellor at n ml Solicitor Milwaukee T it P 1 it Y Oxford X Y P P r n Oils Pve Sniffs Ac Water ink H i f t Medicines ID- live Gl ss TV Pve Iri n i Si ilion nf and If T M 1 1C Ik HIO s and ti t y in st h i AM RINK X COMPANY MII t pd Jo i- i Milu P IJN St r b v ir C M V I I i- i A at M il w i i H 11 FINCH I i Ri -i i r T I r e G't Ai Luv J K 111 C 11 n THE KIND BY j The kind old We have t yet Though and parsed old friend thou and 1 la t met And of gray 1 advance in thy e Yd i is the same good h 1 in by Ere Ehe kind Had ever brought j The old f An JQ lold No oil er can hind ae heart Luc cho e loved li old Thy hand 1 in VOL h r clasp of nje Yet t 11 the tiat h Cfl a o c lh Urf ir H d lit ten u ilow old ie i dear f M ly meci ua with i wo olia r I c A ed st ray Ball km i old THE PARTY hu iiic b VS hi u pud tun smoked beside A 11111 bem G We like 10 n oc c to the cus of oui is of me tlie bull lit aid nid i tint iin U float n the d it ice ia tut toil hue lovi ly ut a l i spu us of jov and I u ho is tlut tid u UK UN etit in know Ilia rude tnd II U l I i nil v M ill i He I1 ut ill I or C i II v it I1 i Wi h int tin to I bo it If Cii K fJinJuc Vt Ii Yi ik M Si Mineral Point M Mich 1 nf v nn I at 1 i I 1 and r u Ter lo dire receive his Nov 1 JOHN S the stoic of L Co i I nol Un u a nee upon iin s i i linn a w IK n tj u uai 11 IV ilt ti tl VH U liny the st nubilities ol the ihc g-i ni be i d Jt th biiK id 1 oi a quilling ii in or a i u The ty takts ice HI t bi iglu i js of win n the i I IS u trnong ibe st n s tile Un lulls old 11 ei s m bi in us A of and i In h ill s fiom tin oil 1 lo ibe i d did no us i rubied the fi nits i i ir IK tmd ii piti s of coin fiom the it Id u ith its c my rf The of the imple bain floor is huske s u bo r a ff w iiy ly 111 M The pi t st nee of s in a gi oup uill no doubt objected to But Ask the if in lite days of his it or inc with dignity ami delicacy of their r for male companions to join their and ir mini evening's ni of this would smile at idea of ty The is not one of where doubt and hf must seitl every lip and arate for their respective homes But the genuine husking parties we say it are now rarely henrd of They have tost the spirit which enlivened false refinement has broken in upon cheir pleasant amusement nnd bright eyes and fair hands no longer figure at a husking THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN B7 CLARK As the whole is agitated measures adopted to the rights and advance the interests of the laboring it be well to consider fore merit the of industrious worn n There is n strange anit ci ui I in the conduct lords of to the They are fond of in tenns of the PVf of light in m then mint bv compliments and ihi ii in l their ends Ivi s the df f f they her conduct si n hei they hei cheer hei the voice of ni 01 do aught in unv her wants or alleviate hei The world is a sri n of where VPI v for Ins of the is ron by her physical to siand the u ith In her or her little nuts Till in her HJV She is still ns in old n lime ii in the hanett of life though her s me of man she is to supply her all her ditties upon pittance which the r very valuable precepts of health which the bidders were not permitted at a high price When the laser got it home he was at first dis- at finding that il contained iBg nore than four simple but on er he was restored to a of health to which he had been long and often of the old book cheapest and most valuable purchase he ever made in his life Thf rules were head ol Keep the feet warm Take a light er Rise early A v orcl or two on each will show this 1 Keep the head cool All tight ban lages on the head are very hurtful pee ally to infants The less of any kind tha is worn on the head by day or by nig 11 the belter whose hair is ke t thin nnd w ho sleep nightcaps are far less likely lo catch infectious dis- eas than the of the bead persons must avr id every kind of excess and maintain m every in every The eater and the great have a bti aii cloudy bruin The passionate man am the leaves behind as tm to be as as to Sirj ly mind s and burning head health when relish for food late in CO anil Merchant's and nml Retail Dealers in Grorenes Ac Corner of Eist Water nnd n streets Milwaukee W T 49 2 ling sod Commission r in Iron Steel Nails Sail Milwaukee W T Callin 1 Putnam New York Daniel W J 1 Peck Co V Albany ft j P I H Hooker Co Troy N Y P Corn sloe It J Pollen and Bradleys Burlington Vt A Martin White Hull Kimberly Co 1 A Evans J Standard Cfo Cleveland O ly movement bin of those who have lived sne if all of one family nnd o ness of m in to woman It be admitted that man is gentle and lo those of the SPX who be rf to him if he not How would be the th it would n quite mother's pains a ife's solicitude i r's rif is n ith h How cold and must be the bosom which not only insi risible to lov and pinny of should piove to the In s of Man not been for the neci of his being it But bus he done for thai of the sex cit d lone the What support or ni dots the widow hei flock of little ones or the or and fiom man? is her labor are her an resigned to Wh if do tho laws Those who eat a supper extend to support by ly have uni asy sleep and awake champion springs tonh in jla late hour languid and drowsy ble her sullen nnd wilh a burning fore The sturdy laborer complains lhat his j hend cold fea nnd a disinclination to food are low and thousands in a moment and labor and him but the Most however are ed to conten themselves at mid day with a tithe of tho slight which they can carry ts with them and depend on no to their principal meal when labor means Arr her orphans moie readily or In this case meal should be quite cheaply sustained than the dy for on return home and Of coin se they are not Ytt they should not go lo bed on ealing warm To do act vily and arc all ih of UIR body may he on beta i 10 avoid lung the fi et damp or im- to the of such an a c by the fsd till dty and w tin and putting on dty stockings nnd shies or else tht fed m warm into bed Cold ul- n ys show Diniss in the gt hi i Ith n lo be found and si t to rictus Tin's of- tiM fiom stion df red of the and bowels Tie samp course for th head cool ivill at ibw time tend to propel ly namely ni activity and of pi r An an or an il person is at d it is in the power of one lo a- such and even to resist n d break off when in that S rise and to that every is the d of his own health and has to an- It is a sign baie the the dav ii diligence of that tends t the evil Foi merly it was the f shion though a bad one lo eut sub j and often supp rs There as then a common After dinner t while PIT n m In this homely there is much wisdom One moderate i of animal food daily is sufficient foi and conducive to it a short period of comparative epose is but not the total repose if sleep After that hours of and then a slight repast such as ill jot require exercise or the digestive Dowers when the system ought lo IT for nifling u ith it 3 a light supper widow and rtc of who strikes for her hei Uss useful or each t all times and al all the kitchen or in the s uid to unceasingly and re which if I by a man laborer fn Id or the woiLshop with the same frank smile of welcome And where is the harm of and pleasantly temp i ulas they are liero vi tih pure unstudied natural There can be none The hsue not mingled in the low world and lo tamper it but employ themselves for an hour or two on some moderately active which bi ing of a nature fiom their daily labor will come in as nn twelve boms laboi ts loo much to i tiis and he strikes toi the HUH of his Tht ss is clamorous in support of thu pooi laborer and politicians espouse ecter in et his This vigorous young is enjoy son unrivalled celebrity on of ili and flour trade Col Stone that the fall of the river within the city limits is about two hundred and sixty feet and that no other own in the where there are to many flouring in ills led upon 30 large a scale and built with inch expense and solidity These mills when all in manufacture about barrels of flour require for this purpose nearly bushels of wheat Of one or two of the largest of them and their mode of operation the following V1 5 t Two of these mm have visited nnd examined from the wheels to the machinery in attick the mill of the Messrs Beach and that of Mr Elj The former is I am told the establishment of kind in the United Slates having sixteen runs of stones Mr Ely's however I be- is considered as in all the to of any of them The is upon enst bank of the i ivf r a few rods the i and fifty pars the property m the non of that assessed at the of and was owned by UK The whole amount of tax levied Then tho place was infested by wolves and rewards offered for extermination whole number of three twenty-six the of was but A was boat Now h is one of the IB world The of the is tier TF venue ond is a mart of nations has city whose are ces whose the duct It upon the edge of canal and has either nine or twr Ive runs of I which and whole seems to be BS of ry as the ot it hinery sms to be of il e most complete arid f ct character For a boat laden wuh wheut mav be of mill the wheat hoveled into a chain of buckets and can if d ry pi of aning bolting and be conveyed into into hich il is bv the fur the as he last office to clip in the head And the is car ned through the bv orco 1st Ii is up inio the fifth or topmost loft where it one machine to fan out remaining It goes through machine to be Horn chetu and cockle it is thfn carried through hieh cleanses it of the smut if it descends into hopper nnd being it foes into the it in- to buckets nnd is carried up into cause and he triumphs But the lorn best feelings to curl lip nt j widow sits at her solitary labor plying th eerily and without a the needle with het hands and racking confidence of the artless and unsuspecting The girl who seats herself at the husking Asun the man complains justly variation such for instance as gar or for the has the day in he loom or on the shop board 4 Rise early Nothing is more conducive to health and excellence of eve ry kind earty rising All physicians and lively frank hearted youth beside her have no sentimental and ed nonsenso cradle wilh her feet The sun rises an sets upon her and stars almost fade fror before with a fevered and ed frame she sinks upon the couch Bit agree in this nnd all persons who have attained a good old age in whatever might differ from each other bave been distinguished as early Some persons require mare sleep than ers but it be laid down as a general rule that there is no grown person to whom the cooling chambers into which il is arid for As it be- comes cool il out by and superfine flour and picked as 1 before ol the editors of Picayune writing home under date of c igo August 17th holds foith happened alone in good season for a ride Peru and ibis place The one hundred milts is across a beautiful of ind in dry weather as was the cnse whi n we came along the roads were smooth as a house floor The of the Troy arid were it not for a rascally bad we had on the route the trip have n extra Here wasa tavern keep er who cave stewed salt and fii d beef for the latter as dry as the casings of jn mummy three sand years old and tough enough for boot taps when the prairie chickens were his feet and delicious led white fish could be fora mere song They send a man to the ry for money why il an off nee for counterfeiting keeping Both are impositions on tho public nnd 1 see but difference in criminality This route to Noah via St Louis and Chicago is destined to bo one of more general All that is now wanting is than pi yd can fields is c and h ri mu I ition did moie of of thf u pi stn IIP c nrp if s lihi ni's coll of an v the ol lift rf Europe M ith HIT com nt Wf find n our btor in in in the arts As to Inner after to nnd the the Fulton to tho properties nnd of we not it this moment from the shops of our and other appliances to the and to OUR A correspondent ot paid a visit o Mirt I could enough to me of the t of be assertion of my hat the new over the were lo an extent ble and that of which has been wai such ns most lo forbid ihr id -a of the possibility of f the only om in a farm some ide i of the beauty rr iiy pel feet I rapidity and labor which all the of place Formerly the of snd milling was tedious and painfully laborious By the aid of invention mm the whole business -s now on with entire absence of real labor nnd a that ds f The bv which the operation is formed though from 8 to 10 horse power I for- got does us work with such an entire absence nf that would not that you were in room although three f rt -Y did you not see it in operation the rapidity with which thr half dollars stamped on both sides by a single were j out at the i ate of froin 40 to 50 in a minute more like the work of gic than of art While in tho building was shown n number of new none of which have as yet been 1 duller It is of a smalK r di rter and consequently than the Spanish o in nnd is altogether belter executed I was informed they werU immediately lo be put in circulation OF A PORTRAIT A letter ftom Warsaw in the Constitutional nishes us with the following M an artist of eminence ex- here some lime since the portrait of a of extraordinary beauty which attracted the admiration of Marshal witsch who after painter il was th j portrait of a lady in country d to hundred ducats a couple of good packet steamers between for on that ha was made St Louis ami and goo the name and of tavern stands along the roads iom original generals arriving at lailer places to in order to render it j moment the marshal was conversing wilh complete Another year will probably the sin d him lo come with bring about these picture in the evening and receive his Chicago hag literally been made since Some good fi having I was here eleven years since Where Hi informed the Pi of the lhat was nothing but nn old block this I idv a note lo i t I house now are to be found and well buitt streets and a population of houst and p wilh a tji sn bring iho out Th he in nt of near place has surf ted I otn r cc 400 futin the times bet are 0 w hf and on thp hf hdd copied V afterwards thf Princes dm rtt Oca growth and nd nn order to to prosperity of this country has been great The in ff and rapid parallel m the history with of the world Within a single Danish d ilv fiom within the memory of many yet living haj become warm this nation has gained in population wealth and enterprise to an extent never realized or dreamed of by any nation in ancient or ft than a prying Chewier A Co Detroit Mich their and consequently j and unable to her the vicissitudes of alternate and are without thai hitler which follows L ROCKWELL CO Dealers in Dry Goods Hardware Jr upon the of the romantic and idle about her and their as em ly that may be by tip m p io another fro n By steadily this plan for a in every of wot Id j who tavern ry and of bee i days at ti frw wei ks a habit ill by generous isely fice every who at every that and cheerfully by liberal frequents t Us till MW or tward out men of all climes and bv the whom il a de is mirth life nnd jollity in to say that share of the lhat must to be is shr the and slave of thw who pra e be Require of that ture requires and regularly out j j of OOP sound sind sleep io npw benignity of GOD'S shining cent mm to i- visor ami activity and is upon her fiom cloudless that her away font or away mighty youth been nurtured iiy and of and Kast your husking The on il begins in c h formed it would he no less d is Milwaukee ers ply their busily ns ends m ch ins I exp agreeable than and ions for P their he observed that the wrh a person once beheld The rapidity with which of the task are are sung ness a man his more he r dble lo r e- j bright rooming snn to turn on his pillow have their from he learns to his my A more a little more wealth ani splendor ol H W HUBBARD I and Tailor ken yourself reader the sight to every j slumber a little more the hands romance nan of history New York may i of a long row of healthy girls 1 and for the use of which you it tt Bleep i be as an trample Oat New York may i dent wa
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