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Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - August 17, 1841, Milwaukee, Wisconsin C WALWORTH IN THIS PAPER THE LAWS RESOLVES AND PUBLIC THEATRES OP THE UNITED STATES ARE PUBLISHED BT AUTHORITY N WELLS VOL MILWAUKIE WISCONSIN TUESDAY AUGUST 17 1841 JNO 7 THE SENTINEL It in advance in til H the year or per square or fur the drat Vt fur each subsequent Insertion left without specific or advertisement ill unless publisher addressed to this office mini come lo receive and all orders with the none DIRECTORY D F KIMBALL and at W T 5 Attorney And at Law W all new business foi law trm ofdph n tt by mem c H Attorney and at on East Street 1841 3 DAVID NOGGLE and Counsellor in Law Wis attend to nl business In his profession In counties uf and Boon in Illinois and in Ireen Rock Wntworth Jefferson and Dane In DAVID BRIGHAM Attorney ond Counsellor al nnd in Chancery Madison W lioner for Wisconsin Territory tu take UK acknowledgement of Deeds and ot to tie used and recorded in Hit State of New York 30 i KELLOGG Attorneys and Counsellors al Law and and Counsellors in Chancery kee Wisconsin Territory L T CHART w TWEEDY CROCKED Attorney's and Counsellors ai Law April 1841 H IU SI WELLS 4 FINCH Attorney's and Counsellor's at W T H I FINCH AW RANDALL Attorney iU and Land Agent Wisconsin Territory Attorney nnd Counsellor nl and Solici in Chancery Milw W T T j Tir JOHN Oxford N J K PHYSICIAN M Maj be at bis r PIRI Mirch JACOB of feeds Brown County Wisconsin Territory In Court House Depere Depare Post November 1840 from for MY MOTHER'S BIBLE r Tin book M Him 1 Barn lip and brov heart Hero In our family tree My Bible c Sue tying It Ah i well Jo T remember thole Mmw boart rued to clone After Ihc evening prayer Ami NIK ok or said In terms my Inert h they aro with the flure ale My read holy booh Tu lm How culm my twor look Icano I rml to dear I Her auget U yet gr tup hate met Tin u mm ever i by 1 vo all were I Ir le My and guide iro give I lial M In g nit tin way lo I've II ui flit mo how lu ilte DR thus discourses in a recent Lecture on Age In looking al our age Iain struck immediate ly with one commanding characteristic and dial is the tendency in all Us movements at lo expansion universality To this I ask your intention opposed lo the spirit of I tion monopoly which has pn vail ed in past age's action is now more All goods helps are more open lo all The pencil is becoming less and the race nre becoming more The multitude is rising fiom dual Once we heard ol the few now ol the munj once of prerogatives of a parl now of ol all We are look ing as never beloro through disguises en of rank anil classes to common nature which lies below them and are ning to learn that every being it has noble powers lo cultivate solemn duties lo inalienable to assert n vast destiny lo accomplish The grand ol hu of the ol man as man is silently but Not the hum in being i u i I understood as it should be bnt ULI h i through IPS A finite of it t u mn t it d po nous oi society ne visual bj ol 1 lutici condition loi which tlu wue grand tint hum i i bi ing should have the eH 11 Ui n it in knowledge and tue ci i und happiness of exer cis and affection ol a man this is only liking us place as tlie highest social null the was made for all and not for a tew that society is lo care for all no human being shall perish bnt through Ins own fault that the great end ol ment to spread a shield over the lights of all A WINTER IN AZOBES From a work recently published in England under this title were taken the following ex- tracts concerning these Islands situated nearly midway between Europe nnd America Poi The of the people is very sinking to an man A man will hardly ever pass you out taking off bis hat even when his loud make ll a serious ce ami as there s a serious composure about sy ot my own Tes winch I lost very countably soon alter landing I have not seen 1 version ol the Bible since I In a inlo we vent the were a Trench copy of nn odd volume of Odes of Horace wi h a Trench tion three grammars of Punch Latin and Portuguese languages one or two work in Portuguese with as many short ot no religious or tendency Ion of They will I do not know thai there is KIOTO down light in therr limn ll ere LS D John Bull possibly nny be much is ly more varnish and T looks heller in n gold case though it may go as well in one of Britannia metil A stranger is likely to be set don I as mosi he knows that nnn is ex- lo tike off Ins hat to even whose eye he cati hes in or in her carnage or in s reel Tins marl of is almost The people do th i w ut a tc gravi y very difficult lotlie graceless b it Iv civil mode in which country m j villages remote Iront the defilement ol I towns pinch the burnt of their hats loir use bet ter dressed than themselves The enough to still gers TS it deprives a str inge of us solil ir ness The il recognition awakens new lines on side an J on this account should not be despised though it is worth no more the evening we wandered paid 1 a visit She and hei grind children were sitting np in nil the of their fes In one cotne of room wrs bed in every cottage and on rll occasions is perfectly clean ind neal bul in dij it wis eco- ith a finely nnd a some coverlid of white quilled in lei ills on a few flowers The floor probably re idn g lor he ci and who with lins upon him begged of us Ins sen aut n p ur of g of n to weir in I1 e Good Fi id v procession i of Ins orange girlens in the own Many of the in one girden were a hundred old stil bearing i highly linn skinned 01 ge fill of juice nnd lice from pips thinness of henna ul a St and its freedom Horn ige cl The lul with n It ick pulpy ilud ind an dance oi as he vigor of the pi ml de peel Becomes the giad diminish disap pi ar thi i Th is tin ll if we cs of birren nnd ue the le ist come ir full vigor exp cs sing miserable ci lit vessel owner tic T ol bin tly known as die skull of a The season for Mr said the nnn of w is ill j n ir heliums lake about as lei s als be wnh a like those in d CTS and in no case lo txi nude or more i in ii The kind ol bai k 1 read in thn h ivc fit I j 11 chen and cnl for anil lein is not ih case in Arkans iw feeding is they ao spontaneous productions of the hive one t it season the year in winter things in this n little mine for n frequent greisy in summer 1 must Kor reason bar runs with us fn warm weather but in winier Fat itSan enemy lo speed it ih t Jias pleni wild Us influence ts penile an chickens Run a b ir in this fat cci and the w iy it in proves constructed and a any cither plan only i back but will allow ol l e seals n iding oi C ol position which in n it ls nn much ov oi looked in schools nnd b students of every gride No position if long continued is more or in re nr at lerni op- in y and lo de- range and other vital as sit mg oi wnh peek and chest benl ird To young H is cruel in anu wars with alt hei liy mid growth ruining the tci mil a listing dis lasle lo the school room and the teacher THE EVENING OF ll was s eve as M -i ins he lulls and should be in 1 i which there is t also how the had been inn linve s the np ith tho unt I j on ei from w Inch 1 e done lins often I recollect om morning in of an ho follow on anc con- the weight he carried he run Bin he dogs soon Inert Sim down n I came up with him he in a beautiful 1 lie siy level Ihen Hi see his or by one he sticking out ol his a feet ind his sides vas of ilh their and opening like n bellows and Huts so fit he could in cross til aid me l iked Fath if the didi l come out ol thu j ten fool in a line 1 hi fellow 1 wu IP lion t been by reckon wis m de on i nl u w ont 1C Ul SOU OI Ills rh H of eui ions or eKc bear must e TI ved the with a laugh Sli us j m observe was tini and the blowing steim s lowed ind o is i ol in 0 i iked mm i briar ihn molted for out ol the bullei mcLd a happiness ih u should to tin lot of so much risk ol being c ipt by isli erui hat the vessels nc i sii illy in u 1 llm the hod ippe i lv e vessel all in her 1 Bluish ccrs would be less o hei to be a si n ci nnd Mould lie piss The si ne ns in er way The on si vcs w so grc u lh it it was sprea I lushes the walls and lounged f imily of the lay There wo GEO a WEST Once of Wisconsin and Main streets Milwaukee where applications may be made WISCONSIN MARINE F INSURANCE COMPANY Offlet on Wisconsin second door below the Office Milwaukee JOSHUA HA General Linil Agent nnd Di puly Surveyor of Public Linds has resided In the Territory 1833 has a general knowledge of titles to the lands purchased at the early si IPS ami of face of the country will pay or render any other service usually desired ot Agent or Surveyor in any part of the ler on reasonable terms H D Washington D C into axioms an 111 all the de- Hun Samuel Hun Bronson Albany Hon Levi Beardsley Hon Lucius Lynn William B Chicago Milwaukee January 1841 DOUMAN BROWN anil tig waukee W T a a w w MOWN WARDNER In Dry Goods Hardware Groceries Drugs Dye Woods OiK Fully Iron Stationary of Water and Wisconsin W T LOWS on hind nnd for b May 45 u PINE Lumber always on hand and Tor sale BROWN May It JUST Y Sohr which by Ik BROWN May of men Firkin Batter fur Mle by BROWN Ma 18th 1841 DYEING ESTABLISHMENT THE the of and vicinity that he hu dyeing and scouring m on in lui Ward 9 Berth of aton of All or nlk ooda W Mj or OB the notice All to will to J K AGIO P roomt In to on SOUGHT at by T R AUSTIN fcf la otth w goodi will ba paid r OUGHT BOH MI fcr New these the spirit of them is coming Jo of life If we look at the various movements of our age we shall fee in them this tendency to uni- nnd Look first al Science and Literature Where is Science Locked up in n few colleges or royal societies or inaccessible volumes Are Its experiments lorn few privileged Aie its portal by a durk phraseology which to the multitude is a foreign tongue t No Science has now left her retreats her her selected comp my ot votaries and with mili ir tone begun work of instructing the race Through press discoveries and theo ries once the monopoly of philosophers have become ol the multitude Its pro heard not long ago in the y or some narrow school non speak in the ic Institute The should understand the principles oi his nrt should be able to explain the laws an 1 processes which he account that instead of work ing as a machine he should join Intel to this toil is no longer listened to as a dream Science once greatest of is be- coming popular A Indy gives us conversations on chemistry revealing to minds of on youth vast ol the universe which years ago had not dawned on minds The books of con mm grand viens ol the There our country in up in almost every village tor the purpose of mutual aid in Jies udy of science 1 he characteristic of our age is not thenn of science ns this is so much as its extension to nil mtn The same chai will if uc in quire into usa now made ol science Isil simply a mailer ol speculation 1 a topic of coursel an employment of the ti In multitude with nil means of instruction would find in n hurried Bul one ot the of our lime is science has speculation Indeed it is enough for its intellectual and contemplative uses II is sought as n mighty power by which nature is nol only to be opened lo bul lobe iu our needs It Is conferring on dominion over earth sea and air winch was in given toman by his Maker and this dominion is now em ployed not lo exalt a few comforts and ornaments of but to Me for the mult ply t of menX Science has become an inexhaustible mechanician and by her forges and mills nnd and presses is bestowing OB millions not only bnt luxuries which were once the distinctions of a few A BEAUTIFUL We know not when we hare perused a more touch ing and beautiful little story than the following from the Hartford It was but yesterday that a a young gentleman of fine intellect of a noble heart and one well known lo many of our readers was snatched suddenly by the hand of death from all endearments of life Surrounded by evny thing thai could make existence pleasant and a wife that idolized children that loved him as they only can love and friends lo him the summons came and he lay the bed of death But a few short years ago she to whom he was wedded placed a dal ring upon his Anger upon me Inside of which he had a few words privately engraved The husband would never permit the elver to read them telling her day would come when her could be gratified and she should know the secret Seven years gilded away and day or two since when conscious he must soon his wife forever called her to his bedside and with dying accents told her that the hoar had it lut she should see words upon ling the gave him The young mother took it from his cold Anger and though with grief eagerly read the 1 L THU OH 1 WILT I ou rushes in his tinny s length squatted in wild her elbows on her one of her children w uh his head upon hei lap lav m sleep agnlin n bright ird petticoat 1 to her baby and the foreigners to her black sister beside her leaned upon bed her husband shoit mus aches aud olive blown his cai and smiled at the nol ice of cottage and the youngest and d stood on the clothes chest in a small u lute si irt at us All v ci e merry nnd all were more or less wine They v ere well pleased to be looked ai and praised All the altitudes were perfect being the natural expression of 1 bodies from nuit 01 of Cape de Void and to ciTy o B d- zil 11 sells fm A sei pleasures cm exceed e have enjoyed in between these islands during tins enly suji mcr weather Voyages ol luo ol d lys ar n lime wnh light winds aid u sea so mild a as to ot spending the whole day in the open air no cabin starry or moonlight lights of great beamy rising abrupt y of the to the of several thou sand hcd spot on the earth with oi enjoyment could be found in so luge n n wilti so lew drawbacks i The full moon lose at ni like o vasi hoi globs soon looked and showered u he her nnd the children on the produced a most picturesque effect when talking to their neighbors or playing in the they all ed exquisitely even the little child who in add tion 10 Hi single been decked ont with an j icket seemed delightfully conscious that it was more smartly dressed than usual December 27 PACKING this morning to an orange garden the little village ol Ribeira Al Us entrance was a jj with on meeting in arches overhead Suddenly we came upon merry groups ol men and all en- gaged in packing oranges in a plot of 1 hey were gathered round a goodly pne of he fiesh silling on heaps of the di j cah x leives of the Indian col which YAM like look ng at theie tlie pi ims have bold if tropical ion then sin cui leaves ale each eilber oi gle so their form is Ue thousands grow The rich blush bloom on their surface anil yellower gieen ol colon in acci iding as the leaves aie turned you or liom you and their large bul light and graceful toot stalks slight y by the weight ot the ample leaf lv out ot grounds in which glow mosi the and coated thus in contrast and yel in h i such lints ns you see in some of Guidos pic tines in winch he to i the most draperies anj back s of no is blight dyes without producing the impre nn doubt f ho li id kepi on two miles his dcs would been s ai d I lo meet a bottom who will run himself mil 1 full ol In is ble m hue are bear so Iho mih in ei they inhibit t c nc hooil my sc 11 lei n in one of the places in GUI lot Hum i id no in si i pi to lh it li ul some the cm he bend and Iho is it on of -.1 gre it 11 we ther 1 you as yuu can cl ot whiskey into my high a bint TS ib filling oil a imp ns toting it bi land in is I used lo do it too fast ind me sir in gel i in ant 1 or like and my i ace I plenty lo eat fji beside hog and you can have liar li 1111 rnd bir and i m it- trass of tm skins n sleep on and c a skin pulled of hull stuffed with slunk for n pillow The bed would to sleep i you had the in every joint of jour I call th u a bed of quietus Then look at my land the ant got another such T piece to of Such and land why you ni tiling n you plan ih it u Voung ll etc will grow ol sh ipe so quick I once pi med in those diggings a few potatoes and beds they rook i fine siart nuu Icr an ox team kept them Irom growing Abom lint tune I to old tuck on not hear troin the gs ni n I ly a How had stopped at my lit ti ol u lying lie liow did vou like things 1 said slid he he cabin is convenient and umbel hnd is good but lind aint worth first led con 1 slid I C ud t s those of bj industry and yi whos i ints arc Un ind and w n i w no CTU and H In ill 1 k the forest Did neb field IK M is in us and not ice I on ir 1 ish lo in iko this ilien Agen fiom I d 11 sui ry ur of a anl II u d l aus -i of he whu 1 I Caust it is full of each orange is before it sion either uf or finery a in me i to clothed nre like these rapidly snatched from child wrapped lound the orange by an intermediate workman passed the to the next who silting wnh the chest bis legs placed u in the box vrith amazing rapidity look a second and i third and a fourth as fist as his hands could move and the could sippl him at leng'h the chest was filled to overflowing and was ready to be nailed up TN o then h in ded it lo the carpenter who benl over the chest several ihm secured with n willow band pressed it with his naked Tool as he sawed oil the lagged ends of the boards and finally it to the ass which stood foi 1 iding The of these flexible upon oranges T plan admirably nd to spoil them lur they are thus flammed and squeezed Of course mis One is that the duly paid in tng land is calculated lo the size at he box and consequently the oranges thai can be sqUiezcd less duly is leason is lint the wholesale London Liverpool ic prefer present mode ick ing v hich enables lo take out a couple of hundred oranges and then to send Ire boxes to customers as lull ones which they periapt m iv be since the squeezed es when the pressure is removed sueli out o their original Of this I n is informed by n proprietor ot orange he had the pi in of sending his m square boxes less tightly packed but found that ins customers were displeased by it OPERATION or THE It is curi 0113 to observe how every part of the soil of tins Island from the boldest to the smallest grain of sand on the shore illustrates its ic origin The pebbles in our walk to-day ere ing the edges of the broad waves that had thrown them on the beach or were black red or gated compact or spongy as they chanced lo be of or of a more solid basaltic lava By standing close to the edge we could see and hear in active operation grinding GOOD FOR THE BLUES Where did all tha happen 1 asked a al looking pen happened in Arkansas eisc could il hive happened bul in Stale finishing up country a State whe e ulc runs in centre ol iht anh and gives you a title lo n ch of it rhon us ai s just it wil you snort like i hoise Us i Stale a faull His the cried the siei Well stringer excepting them for it are a ficl that they ore r i her and do push themselves in it But stranger they never sink in the sime cedar stumps and lm nd he and dars umps and them ir mounds are lalar is I td the was over- grow n tad silc is loo nch anil it w I had l sized sow killed in s niie bottom Kind old 111 ear of com nnd toolt it to v hei e sho slept at night to eat well or two on aril laj down on corn shut iho percussion killed icr plant 1 more nat ir fui t hunting Around nnd I go according EDUCATION In the and arrangement of the se Us and desks i school room d sho lid be h id to convenience and health of those who ore to occupy them To ctne these object they should be mule loi he young rnd not iur grown persons aid for the ever heights of children of ages fiom four anil under lo sixteen up wards should be imdc in ID length of time at CTch session of school ind be ted to each nnd purposes in winch the will be used such ns wiling and uig is lo prevent nny inconvenient or unhealthy po of limbs cl est 01 spine should be ens tt access so that every scholar cit goto and from his se it and chinge his position nnd can proach give required aiten and give them a fair chance lorn fen i uon and instruction cess by which irregular lumps of speedily kansas ever the selllers in numbers become and afterwards fine said our hero w aiming no sand A long heavy sea would fall over and I for you see it the of bar in go in on beach like a green they squander pairs swamping the whole mass of stones and rock I and single is edifying And then the nay 1 and carrying them back as it receded with a hunt old rascals know ibc rattle Another and another wave of my gun as well as they know a pig's immediately followed wilh the same thundering squeaking thin in our parts it li a sj r j III II Ul U 1 III Ul 11 V Ul I mouths nnd you will gel as than the one concerned They sho ild 1 hey Inn I my feelings for they laj under sKm and I i knew but one case of injury resulting f om and t lat wis a Yankee and lake worse to foi eigners lhan do to the Bul the way they used fellow fnsi they pinched Inn until he swelled up and busied Ilien le snp ted as the doctor called il ut 111 he was as riw is boil then he look the owing to the warm anil ho took a steamboat nnd lett the courtly is only man lh it over took mosquitoes lo that I know ol But and I find fault w uh her it the ar large is large her varmints ar I her riv ers ar large and a small toe would be of no more use in than would be in a cane brake Tins knockdown argument in favor of mos used the Hoosier up and the logician started on a new track to explain how bears were in where he to as illicit Upon the of assertion a timid little man near me enquired if the bears in Ar- and the same rattling recoil keeping the whole shore for many hundred yards in a grinding motion This is going on in a greater or less degree all round the island and for centuries has done the same THB Theie ts not a single In Si Michael's and we are told that not one is to be found m either of the islands who buy books send to ca oi England or Lisbon for them The Brit- ish and Foreign Bible Society in England aent some Portuguese Bibles here some years bum is said remained in house until they wet e decayed which the near the sea anil things easily d spoil by damp speedily be the they were afterwards removed It is known where Certainly with the exception them do take the noise fully poor things That gun ot mine is a fect epidemic among not watched ly it vrill go oft as quick on a warm scent as my dog will and then the dog why the fellow thinks ibe is full of bar he finds them so easy It's lucky he don't know talk as well as think for with natural modesty if he should suddenly learn how much he acknowledged to be ahead of all other dogo In the he would be ished lo death in two mincus 11 What season of the year doyoar hunts lake enquired a gentlemanly from certain peculiarities of his baggage I to be Englishman on some hunting expedition probably the loot of the Rocky be so arranged is to habits uf atui Hun take all tern i and men to the of tlie school on the put of nny schol ir admit of ho cons i t ind coincide supervision of the school by the Dr J V C of Boston in his An no micil ridicule feel in these us of our school looms foi of the bines coughs end sides a multitude of minor ills hive h id will happy ll scene At length ni s i- doi ol and upon the u in f uni ol hat villa i in ro ilic i ek- had HMI u ended and g ihc 1 arm in irm will in ling The uor ot the muster -A is soul Mim I mil ex- nnd n ocs th i the J nr and alt I them jives and Iru honi oil when the bride was to hid adieu lo nci homi ind its dcn ments and asset ueli h d for grow ng ard and so around the pur st md ing oi her How th as cam hoa eloquent these ulnch ush unbidden Irum their She has bid adieu lo she has eiven the pa l us hand the Iti Wilh nlm dti p and jid u d oh hou fond and how 1 a spell tins v ord it it ihc 1 isi tu the she is her fond he H mil ever utter in commences a new a momentous period of She re ids m living lor oil was c all hei p home 1 swell nil in al 10 her j i v M s i cl s J 1 s she lij elded DI for Ihc love rnd gn ir- di inship of mm to i she i jw clings cau M ig tenderness Mosi AND Ctt IT GHI EM n i L lo prev lous ai rir ment the mon ike CM H on l ic morning of mtt Dim and i cm ti d the children of the S hool to in if on an sue cumin null i fnc vi of nnd 1 vitli Ihc ul place uho on oce ISK n ad by Mr M ises Pierce Win C Gil rnn Judge S iiiii reii very fur ihc Mi Gilman ird us for some time with the fail inlet course uf the Colon of the Indians also wnh of ihceirl in ed mill le of and su peeled shrewdness of itie this OM n for the know led f ol Here Mi mo uhd nd buried enter u Ihc ti Indians o of ihc rein ng tin tono no y histon of the ot so ol principal if instils ins 11 emu lances cl Mi m- iv Ills ul f bo h ti cv idence Unl ihc spot Rich he lo Us was the t LC wl ere Ml into was nnd hs executed The proof winch he adduced on was and Wnen marched in cession lo Ihc pi nn fold waler on tlie way and ii Ihc p ice where ot a mound had been prepared of ihrci ami a h ill anon ed by a si one In the of and oti l I ul a a uge o of a ton's cd on which w is Ml AM When all Mas lins r block ing to ot rose frc n shed and wtK n I siono is filial ty Ihc Captain of J W pom ing nn a scats anil desUs lie to look in so measure for c of so di to lions ul he bones spinal disease and chronic now so prevalent the country Dr Warren in Ins he American li of Instruction in 1810 which should be in the hud of and patent says the Bourse of ni vation 1 have able to satisfy myself lh i one half the yount fern brought up I are al present undergo s line obvious oi nre or 3 consid erable number are lies of and manent ins and not a few lose their health Irom in which tl ey are reared And an ong me causes which lend to mournful he elevation ol U e right shoulder the bending the neck and the stooping ol the body when engaged in writing exercises at school No child should under anj circumstances be long or exposed to one or all of these causes of deformity or dis ease With but i tithe of the expense or pni which parents devote to their own com f and health and indeed with oi no ad- expense in lae outset would be no occasions or such exposure Seats and desks can be as easily and made of I and for convenient and healthy pos they are now without any reference to any such If desks must be attached to tV sides of the room which ts objectionable m respect to ease and supervision habits or study ni well as the and health of then jn of Col 1 W Her Army wt ic d in in an iree by side of mound nes concluded Mr Oilman en ncd us wilh of the lid mies from Inui on from of the which UR hid wuh Jus name ts an en- emy o for informs w is as a ti lend to Williams and the Rhode Island Colony is uas to the Con- Colony and his fall wai In k quarrel with There art very people aware of the f ict that the tight of moon is of a beautiful green color This lact easy of i er hy the follow s method When ll e moan full my s of white paper h irf on its ray and by the side of pa ier place a lighted lamp Place sonic obj cl between the lamp and the paper so its to cast i shadow on the paper of Use size of a dollar oi Then cnl a holt corresponding wnh tit site of the shadow sheet nf paper nnd n be- tucer the first ind the moon the lays majr all on iho shadow and on that only The shadow show a full grace Whether this is moon covered foliage ind herboge or il u reported merely H gxm we ball leave our redden lo determine la the light ud Joy of i food
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