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Milwaukie Semi-Weekly Gazette (Newspaper) - February 10, 1846, Milwaukee, Wisconsin VOLUME I NUMBER 33 V MM OMAN I D WILSON i s ROWLAND irth nf of nri Old Settler at TEAM ptr in II it wMk lo ill o K GAZETTE 7 1840 in agitation on the line Utc tod Kond to reduce of on rond It is a among the travelling charged on this road the charges Is to routs which will to entry Nt prices corresponding to j un ibe thoroughfares in fbr TUe distance from to New York M und on Krir 1300 miles and the fare not OK rule of cents pur mile A nf fare at this time on the i should be by thu it good i wt khall n combination among uu the year is a mutter of vre well assured whether the or not a cabin passage will not exceed ten lar In to the movements elsewhere in fc between the Atlantic mid the we notice suggestions at an in- convention recently held Bt pa The road to Eric vin bury wu favorably noticed being the c from lilt i to or to Atlantic city A road from tu join lire roud ut branch rond from Pittsburg to tho road and thu incorporation of a to build a from iu the Baltimore nod Ohio Road to Legislative care and Wf tint Office by Sleum Ship if whirl will much If we informed correctly this Department was established for of thr whole country it may be tlie incorrect why such The mails are i bel wren the Eastern cities its swiftly j the ut an enormous expense to the ji we of North-west are only from the Enst which is permitted to run i rxif of two mid throe miles nn hour iu to in nil arc paid for by Government at tlir we of the west urn refused of regular mnil between this point auC at a which will reach four mi THE LAW SUIT Some time in the mer of -38 tlie first law suit before me at Sauk the matter in dis- pute was tho value of two empty pork and an old the dajr was fixed- nnd n venire for a jury issued This gave a hard the of Snuk had been on the decline growing beautifully less for the last year and it re- quired the presence of every man ty to make np n jury The plaintiff in and engaged the services of a gentleman eminent in the law the parties were in waiting the last juryman had arrived justice was in the chair and all things ready for the important trial but C the lawyer had not Two yet DO The was high re- quested the to call on suit The who had scarcely seen a law suit iu his life begged off for one hour hoping the lawyer arid his rance on the modus The hour passed and tho did riot arrive so the court called the parties and swore the jury to the issue between parties without to law or The witnesses wore and every thing was going on ly the Court had recovered from his and begun to imagine himself dig- personage I in comes the cellor groaning wider the weight of his library covered with m a great state He had le ft liis horse sticking fust in slough some ten miles back and made the best time he could on foot set the little but ns the was all in the legal could only make the best of what had been done so he went to work and made a long speech to the jury and wound up by requesting the Court to charge the on n number of points in favor his client This the Court in its verdancy considered an encroachment upon his rights and so he charges the jury after this Gentlemen of the Jury this is a against E to recover of certain You heard the evidence cnn believe as much of it as you The lawyer from Milwaukie comes here and requires the to charge you go nnd so Gentlemen of the Jury the Court will see him d d first and then he willnot The jury applauded the Court anil retired the burn to deliberate on their verdict Since I promised y you willy n letter on that be for your go paper to of the dignity of save those things have appeared as you sources as they would me Wishing however to ominous lence far maintained I send at a few notes upon Medical this city This was by the The annual course of lectures of known ability of its faculty gave immediately a character to the newly formed mil undertaking to wrjk tlie from Point Iu the Pier morning broke hue to on half an bi rescued by dipt i of A reached him tie to by the tind so fur ex- by hn exertions against the curried him under the ice tlutt bul hope of renching It was not without great risk that dipt Ackley was enabled 10 bim which he did by tho of a skiff which he on the ice frequently br through anil solu immersed in water We take in ui connection with act C7 The Fire oa Thursday to and Locke and Pail in the Ward proof of this wo received a beautiful of fur finish and strength M any of the kind we seen We that the driving a heary and that be promptly nnd at prices compare favorably those of any country Mure on the Mississippi St Louw Republican received the lots by snagging of the Capt Rally with full freight Tlic and u of tlm freight it is mired It also records tho I uf the hear No by cither excitement was got Dp up town two the Black Mad White dog they wen to THE The first of January 1838 n Methodist Missionary a very worthy man but verdant in woods started from house for with a horse and cutter arid provisions for one night The about deep when he started but he had only been gone a few when it commenced raining nied thunder and lightning tcd nearly 24 hours carried off nil the enow nnd flooded the whole country The next day I hud occasion to start for the same place in company mail curriers we found the trail of the proved of great advantage as he had felled trees across the swollen streams which bled ns to pass them with comparative safety We had within eight miles of Sheboygan at night full when we overtook the ry in a plight he had his cutter tip and crept under h both for safety arid comfort as his fireworks had been de- by the vain of the day night previous and the wolves were too numerous nnd tame to bo at rill to persons unused to their society I advised him to mount his horse and accompany us in but he said his horse tired that he was sick anil ex- hausted himself and he feared he should to clic alone in the woods After a good deal of persuasion and some scolding he mounted his horse and left the remainder o his ly goods to the mercy of the wild beasts We had but a short distance when we came to a small stream called black banks were perpendicular and distance each side the Missionary was in for although ho hud thought his his horse tired out yet the animal pressed forward with great spirit evidently anxious to get the woods suddenly down went horse and rider out of sight in the dark flood I pushed in to the but appeared a short distance down the stream and after a little floundering gained the op- bank in We had day over -head but nothing under foot to The ice was excessively We have however we hope some of the breaking up of a very severe winter We copy the above from the Wheeling of the 21st Hit Friend ton had better pull stakes and Come to Wisconsin where we the finest spring Weather Extract of a letter from a Chicago to the Editor's elated her doubled nt second Session By the liberality of the citizens of a very brick was erected the summer of capable of accommodating 300 students THe Anatomical and Surgical specimens exhibited in its Museum are quite in view of of ample means by the aid of the chemical and philosophical tus to give also contains coHeetionof as n of a Cabinet of Natural History A variety of of the Materia hns also been added giving thereby to the medical an ex- opportunity of conversant with profession frequently given the on indigent persons are performed gratuitously before the class The third session is itei close A fine class of nearly fifty members dance are composed of a Surgery of Anatomy of Chemistry of of Institutes and tice of and of Obstetrics arc all able men and to give in their several departments of becoming a obnoxious of close the promise of writing again circumstances 6 more beautiful than I Vt ciw n boy L huye ilia iin It low the barque -i i UB native it in its roam nn cure's it it it tbe beain i on it like u of light it in a Woman's eye in In it mossy where hOr ia I over did Twas glad The In the 71 Church Rev A wiis nnd Rev M pro tern Rev H H led made that wore After singing nnd Rev J j on iho ence qi Sabbath School instruction ill 1A of throe then to officers fur of J W H H Benson the following For 1 Rdv A of For 1st Vice Kaq of i For W H For vi H A of which arrived at N the and Hoffman Esq bei of despatches we learn that was on march to the city of Mexico imd our Slidell was still on the Dec of were said to be only three days march from the city of On the 24th the troops at march to the refused to depart and it WHS the efforts General to the contrary they would soon declare of the Parties iic would ia a few days open its gates The qf the says that it learns byi of responsible from that the imbecile and sighted Cabinet had to England of condition that she pay its immense debt There are facts that will soon be di- The celebrated Castle Juan de Ul- loa is in the of the adherents of and hns declared in favor Rev M Oti the was met morning and spoilt nn the J -S a rif -in the S S in Jn August 1 an tho boolis S S Union nnd my visiting that we're in operation mid ones giving them a small library or of object itself 1.0 the prayer j the some on n history of lill bur Indian and Gpv objected to some portion of it ns in- needless expense Col Benton already sold to the and even 2 cents respecting their speeches on the preceding Mr Allen disclaimed having admitted that the notes would lend to war Seriate then adjourned from Thursday to thus cutting of Allen's proposed potion up his ence IiV the the Florida election by Brockenborough on the ult re- the of Judge Woodward of United States i Supreme Conrt anil i Tho ion's were The WIID by Mr 1 That opinion for of T Tibbits J Vf E D Hulion H A W to the Sen labor which iipoi ofiheir ibis tant field with singing by A L The mi of nn a was adopted were elected For Tj of President I R H of N G nf For 4th of Mineral Point Cih For and Of IS D of of by E D Hokun tile be In iho S S ibr their of books destitute iu the A MINOH i to 1 at of Jan I have received From tlie which e York Evening U the title of a new Daily paper just New York city edited by Messrs Green and Meighan politics riot stated We expect to print IP a few the City Charter in pamphlet form Scott the commanding officer of the army has been superseded by Mr tho Secretary of taking charge of the in Texas so that he lias virtually the of power in the ter This may for the insufficiency of tlie of concerns at Christi in: relation to which such just complaints have Chicago Journal last night a large but rather scattering We find of the W Jon of the foreign news by The Merrill Gapt Burton will leave for this er permitting freight or passage apply to board nn of fire afternoon which proved the clry kiln of Messrs West All of the Engines were the spot extinguished in a The loss is estimated at to two dred dollars cars on the Road through commenced on running through from Bottle Creek to which is this termination of that i on the Nothing in ei The Marvin it will be To 53 new schools with the assistance ot the friends of the to 23 which had been previously dollars rind Bold to the 334 41 100 a- Children gathered into 1532 ber of Teachers connected with those new schools number of scholars in the old schools BOO whole number of 2.322 out its noble lence iji Godlike of gathering into Schools the and youth of this them out of the pure Word nf GofI to to higher iri virtue on to us lust season 7.70 dollnra of publications to donnte old schools to en- in the good work new where for Tho labors nf froni 1st are na of Uio of the tho of schools ecl 26 in neM in 778 in old schools 1.47 in i total lo new schouls 12 IU til sold new 52 7282 73 34 07 pages 3000 given liver 3.00 old nnd new changed fur 123 labors of tn the of anil Dodge A been in thu counties Green Lac and presumed J J Billings of Tmy Mr Messrs T A Dwindle Key T D Clary Rev C E D pl Thut the S S tit this nf our on every of civil and religious it by ins That tho influence ol faithful S-S in- in promoting piety the he of community ol is the duty of to more of time to the ei of their respective Thut in the of the ami tho oi and ions young of in the Sab us a or ail suitable exertion to every and under Sabbath Sch instruction That should the end of their S S Union in teaching trines duties of nn admirable for among cal afa me hi forma lion a correct literature mB A letter published in the N Y Herald There to be nn unusual bustle in flic to be by arrival of from within adny or ship in oii the stocks hns ordered to be got ns fast us possible that is for the United fo in government -a view to all difficulties this government Our fleet is ordered to Crua forthwith nnd the forces at Corpus Christi it is said will rate hs fitr as practicable with it for that project ice is fulling very fust in the Uie River JOHN 1 following is given ns tho estimate of Mr Astor's in the book of the of New It says tlint those knowing his faire it at nnd sonic ns high as His on a moderate must be H n month which is a a day an hour and n minuto hns made a nation of for a library in this city the interest of is to be expended in sind the erection of a building Mv Cogswell late editor of the New York is tho agent the charged with murder arson nt Adrian ined before three justices and committed for those We defence though he attempted to delay the by He is snid to been an inmate of the Auburn state Adv that Stars tins sparks of fire stricken out trom chaos by the hoof of the winged to -.1 tills girls receiving their education in convents THE MARYLAND At the annual meeting of this ciety the stated that past there had been distributed objects ilia sum of in to 355 The physicians by the Society have active in exertions to relieve the and no expense has been spared in the distress of the rind Of- fice under the auspices of ihn steadily into public it may be to state that number of has exceeded during year curious instance of the influence and association ideas and memory is related in the case of the He loved H squinted nnd was nhv'nys affected with strabismus when speaking of her fire occurred ia Indiana ori 17th Francis stirring diameter been m town by n number of French who hnd tuken in upon them to return to with nil possible despatch nnd be prepared to join their friends in France nt nn curly day The close imd Louis is nil over France nnd the urc assailing the honor of to the English wishes hiis in of denth nnd hiis entered into a to do so provided the Prince de does or tlie in his wherein he proposes lo put down tho the of his they irc thut casion he will get np a party to sustain his pretentious hns that shall some possessions which England will seize in of in the West India Islands in South America the is also seeking to China Thu way ill Algiers public is much his powerful being able to disperse destroy these flying del itch but hey will not afford him doing so on the sunds of where the French cannot follow them Improved Mode of The improvements in the mode of been introduced into of within ilic lust two years have no entire in this department of domestic E L Miller of lyn first to introduce us the present system of nir He lias recently however introduced his own house 59 ment for wanning by air radiated from water heated only in a hot water furnace of an tioo The is placed in the lower basement of thi house occupies no move than an liot nir distributes the heat through the house in tho waj of the common Init fect of fuel under nnd tlie lire imd of precision by of damper which hns and which is worked the of anil so ns to consume nny desirable of coal 50 to 100 Ibs iri the 24 hours to the state of the The we or 70 very large fonr story fifty-four front fiy fifty feet thirty rooms The mny be carried to any any one to from nnd be proportioned to of nny tho inui of phere produced by this mode dors it desirable es apartments for the sick conservatories Mr has his furnace hot only for his house but for exhibiting its operation which he will Ix most tn do to imy gentleman who may wish to rentier his own house more in tiro most and manner Thursdays in one of our exchange papers lung in of the possibility of three Thursdays in a week We shall to do it in a short way a vessel Fail cast round the world nnd arrive on Thursday ing to their reckonings On day the land they will day on shore On tho next ay let hem board a vessel which has just arrived n cruise round Uie world sailing in n westerly direction they will again find it on board that ship Thus they will find three iu one week company wo visited on Saturday last to our we found tho -us good ns it had been was S or of ab- ove the ground anil the owners say us much more drifted ert that has not been raised We since beard of some other prospects that have out but have no Miners from these diggings ore flocking there Success to them American Sad nro pained to hear Says the advertiser Unit a young daughter of Ml Titus of killed by the of n in the hands of her father The piece jind been loaded and standing in the house for eral months and Mr Uort took it up for the purpose of it he WIIR the cap and fired the charged which passed info he and heart of his who at cnt entered the door from Death course immediately Tbn nnd horror of the need hot told The was daughter by his first The New-York Observer the lowing story of a She hus been a widow teu Her left Tier two thousand the UPC of the during her life and from sources withstanding been swallowed up in the the and the bankruptcies of individuals with whom it wiis deposited slm hnd In pay to Home Missions to the Education lo the Bible Society Tract Society 61.00 Col- Society 110 and ty Large is a in ton residing in one consist ing grandmother four one father wife one three tivo four Iwo cront grand sons one one sister tivo and one nil in good health est not exceeding 83 seven
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