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Bay City Press, The (Newspaper) - July 21, 1860, Green Bay, Wisconsin BAD LAWS ABE THE WORST SORT OF TYRAHNY .Tolin 3UVWC, K" 4. is s.vTnsHAY, UY JOHN D. LAWE. MUM, Sl.50 pof Voav f-n Advance. KATIW oc 00 1 51) The Treadmill Song. 1IY OUVBIl WKNPKU. 1 on 00 liimn, tllO ,.1-ateS Square ono weak. two weeks, three weeks, every subsequent week. one your. Business cants per minimi. Yearly advertisements, hall J.egul advertisement" by tnw. .._ AUKY. JunfiK anil Attorney iind Counsellor' nt lid slir your somi use, ni-onse. my pnvky Iriond, net shake your spider-logs 'd man, be trade. aw onieo on AdamsSt.. Green Yrt and Counsellors at coi- j. xouiits. i oi'.s and Attorneys at Law. mid Solicitor? (Mice on ritruet, in Atroltsitv Counsellor nt Uw.niid in ('lumecry. Onico on new -ISvicU Jtiulding. and Oonusellors. Brick Wellington Wisconsin. Kit. Ku.is. OmeeinPesnoyei-s- Street, Uroeti Bay, GuKKN. M. F.L ATtOKNKY arul Counnellor ut mul Solicitor in Clmnci-ry. OIVico' in 1'iuo Street, Green Hay, now Ini'tldlng, Tlic slurs nre rolling in tlie sky, The earth rolls on.below. And we can feel tlic ralthng wlicol Revolving as we so. Then trend away, my fftilUim- ooys, And make the axle Hy Wliy should nut u-heels go nrouna phinuls in the sky'. AVtiko .ip, mvke.up.my duok-legg' And slir your solid Aroiii Whiit'ihough yoirriAiwUwuril nt There's time uiioiijlli l" So leun upon the mil, my hid, And take unollior turn. They've Ijuilt us up a noble wall To keel) the vulgar out; AVu've the., world -to-dp. lint iu'st 10 walk about So you middle men, And try to beat tlie ends It's pleasant work lo ramble round Among one's honest friends. Here tread upon the Ions man's i He sha'nH be. laxy h.ere And punch tliulUt.li; fellow's ribs, tweak that lubber's lie's lost them both don't pull his Imir, Meeause lie wears asei'aleh, But poke him in the tartneroye, Tliat isn't ialhe imle.li.' Hark! tlie supper-bell, And so our work is done It's pretty we tuko A round or two of fun I 'If ever they should turn me out When I have better grown, Now tiling me., but I mean to linvo A treadmill of my own 1- surround each individual, we snould dis cover that 'the differences in iic ranch less than they appeal i-rd iic sucl as in the long rnii of an endless life i-ie pretty likely to-be equalized Om mod orn.philosophers and poets -vindicate the of QOC[ to man' by that on tJ A Y Lictmi Post Political and financial Aspect of the Crops The probib litj nov, is that tho Gio it st -will soon hive moic snb btui iluc Pies dent til 01 WHYS Ul WULI t-u -----_ tlirb ugh the'discipline of moial c 101 and ifu i evil the highest development oi cbxi ctci is: attained. But the intdlcctuxl diflU fences and. mistakes of raen ntcd no such justification. They arc inuduit to cuild what is the' bin f spioc oi seventy years but 'u watch in the night before the long, long day tint lioiu hci loins Looking Down a Volcano t A. ice cm tiavclu moments iis witn view }f the inside of ihe tiatci is which gaie the ry Bust Cause. cause of iusTt in wheat, Jiab gene- been nttubuted to vi el jvaim lowe- we-vlbei at a ceitani stage roints tlic Influence of Forests upon jCJimates.. >ci Beligion and Superstition. which has J. F. LTi-ousi.'Y and Solicitor, ton -St., opposite the I, ton ot., I of every description executed, a d eol- lU.ctior.-i in every part oc Offloe to_Lg_A._M... JL___ The Sffinyftrlcl a habit of discoursing sensibly on. most subjects, discourses as follows on the sub- ject of 'Heligion and Superstition: "We are asked to state tlie exact diliar- encc between religion and to draw a line precisely where the .former oiids aud the latter begins. We doubt whether wo can do it, and we do not in- A very' able European join nil sij s '.Forests exert an influence upon cli mates but as mountains aietlxn locality mountain forests are almost tho only ones which it would be interesting to. study in this relation. Genernlly their influence is to increase the annual and daily- varia- tions of temperature, and to lower its l-emperatnre. By raising its .temperature in summer and lowering it in wuitei-ior- osts augment the prevalence of sea w.inds -and rains in the former season; in the winter they increase tlic prevalence pi land winds and diminish the. amount, of rain due to sea -winds. By iuoreasing the prevalence sea winds iivsilrnmer; and Of land winds in wihtei-. they ..'intensify the'stnirjjnie.b.etween these. winds ,a-ppavr ent in spr'ing'and autumn, .which are- in consequence, the ordinary seasons of con- 'tiimed rains and inxni'datioiis. So, as a general thing, forests tend, to increase the- rains that produce inunda- tions in the Mecliteranean side of France, to icjoi c m 1 h nt it to 1st foni million 141 titoi ife ihc idj r stm ilcd is coil vn w'nh the supplj in tlicmxildb oi lit TJniitrl F ol Uc.1 t But urns losi bv ibon fncmillioi six handled thousand q i xileis in in 1 I'-.t it iht, bamc date Icttu. hi h xnUunli con st U i icnifc? oi th his impending tnutv con'incd to ihe Butish Ishnds ihe con tire it is i ot hi clj to hiAC xnj sinplus All accounts aaicc till the a >ps Europe ;have isu3'ercd much from the-severity of the weather. Qn the pther liand, ProYidence has-.fa- vorcd this with the assurance of i a crowiiing .harvest.' Our crops in the arc considered beyond thb reach- ol -any casualty :wliich. -human intelligence- a id u to Ine mi oi md Jl ming snlphm e desco idea ovei, and beds oi hot ,OTOP hnndii d icet bcioio we stood at, the nioitl o the ciatci Inch 13. hemmed ILU Iwilhiocl tlito foicc oi he it xnd inst load's to meigc mtn the ing goic ben xth Ine loai of the sounded hi c fai thunder and the sudden gnsi oi snio'o that potrrod i om 110 confines pictuicd xll tli t had been diawn oi the abodi oi thf u idu he ids The enit it on b rf i itigne undo gone to wi ness it Ihe dense col imus bio c fiom the c itei ana cuiied xuls us, a bUung ciuicnl nl. to quit onr not without some, inconve- nience from the sulphur' smoke, which i'-oScly on itsSvay to meet the forei inancl. Here, for-example, table ports of .bireadstrilt's tr.osii New .Turk, to foreign ports for the first half of the cur- rent year, compared same period last Vear..... highly irri'tate'd the lungs, and. compelled us with onr distinct.yicw...was.giy- .-ithin realms; 11 s. to cove Anotlf er Of words, can portray the., region that opened upon the sight, whilst gazing- down this 'abyss of warring clement, this prison; "bi''vrjghtin'g-l .We' liuiied fr.agnipnts; member of the Wmncbago cis' Club giAes nif theoiy thus o genri xlH find-that the iubt makes its appeaiance- about such a time> and that it is in this ei.iierne hot weather which we hai e in the eithei fast or bkra then let the sun shine out is hot as it acncially at that season of the and. SP it may continue to do. i half dozen times a dxj alteinately, and at night 19 the lesult Why the rahv has all run- off the stalk down into its. to sondi'orth.nonrishment to-the stalk ]So lam ad he cs to the btalk but let the night bo -u arm ai will be a v dcv% anc called a lione-y it sticl sto the stalk, 01 leaf, wheievoi it fills and x hot sun morning 'dries it .on'.the satik, or proy.cs a aoii to the wheat pi- bats. Kow, let it rain the following" niorning, after the dew, and :there will be-no rust-to hurt1 the I.would j say .to all- may .chance'to i-ead ;this thcinse.lves.' T, have 'never .this kind of dew 'tolfall, except in the extreme hot weather in the month of July, and''I have.known wheat AUTUUU JAUOBI. .ATi-oliNKY aud Counsellor Law, Green Wisconsin. Onicc m and to a certain'.distancc np the valley of the Rhone, the lowering of temperature j would' have an effect to neutralize mere 'pi--less, the prevalence .of the Etesian over'tho so called sea and land winds, and thus to augment summer'r-ains and d.imin- ish those.oi'winter; in short, to limit, the nontinoance of spring and autumn rains. tend to try. The esacutial and spiritual yct novm'al excessive) rcstora- landmarks uvcvy man draws tor -lumse 1, and' must do so necessarily. If one snould draw his line, and ck'line it ao that its pre- cise localiou would Vie evklunt to hiinsell, of forests to the mountains, does not seem likely to modify in any sensible de-
may croak till they are'koarsc TI _1__ .IV1 Y'W :y .n 4.1- ;ovcry in nan who is doomed to dwell under L mid Ajtruuiltiu-nl inenue on Hie llrst day of .lummry. U will be the aim ...I' Ihe pulilisliew in tie (uture us in the to m-.iUc a p-.xpor tlmt u vorite with the i'nruier. Ihe Hortu-nlUiiist, alv.1 of the fireside. In eaeh depurtineut we shall eu- 4eiu-or to iisfiit in and uwlruclioii. niul lunko it n I'uvorite with the younper fie home i-irule. troatuiK ol siilijeuls tluit 'a itesiro to more thoronu'ldy understund the true rielence of fiirminu sliidl rirevuil. th.it the cnllinp: imiy lie looked 'upon m it I'etilly IS, the musl lieiiltliful an.independent one known. The of imictio'.vl eoulributors he much enlarged another year, and no expense nucujwiiry to inuku it TMK AvjrieultUTOl L'uper ol tho Host will be spared. The paper will bu found the workmgmnn's friend mul advouate. Terms of the Prairie Farmer for 1860. G U E AT I S I> U C E M K NTS. One copy one year, S 2.0.J) Three copies one year. it 01) Six copies t year, and 1 to 900 One additional copy to the eluli agent for every ten copies over six. For eneh ouf ofl'd'ty persons, sending the lists of Itt-entv tutuis, after this date, will five a bound volnmn of tlie t'niirie Viu-nier for the lust half of tlio present him from mischief by lucking him up in the asylum. But the same thing in 'the father of the faithful' wo CDlo'nrnto .us.the hii'-ltost act faith. If any .Chriwtian pistol- .vhouhl visit liis sick parishioners and ant them, in that victim yct iic precept of tho first UhrUtiuns in support of'his practici: and ,hin I'elicf. .Ihe .1 r.ot- iwtiuit church praying lor the tious and ideas ol' the (Jatlwlu; and brock as gross Catholic and tlie Greek cpmo well uriiiea with their "proof and there is no Protestant who will hot.be.astonished by their pertinoiicy mid force who oxau thorn for the lii'Ht time.' not ._ testantism vastly more like pure Christi- anity than Oatliolicism in several res- pects? Very likely: and possibly Catho- licism may be vastly .more like. Qhnstian- ity in other respects than Protes- tantism. This is not an excess uf candor, but only a just inference from the partial views of truth which all men tlic same roof with her, .-whether -she. be wife: -house-keeper', landlady or servant. She is sriioke in. the eyes, and 'sand be- tween the You may know her by her paraphernalia; -her bonnet. is on. the is: on one M -r-.r, --n and air they will get irorn it will Jib r.Qne; chair arid her hqn'. vocatjon BcttS has granted O. _ ,J. i i' ____ perrietrdt'od. 'di fr'crent'lViycrs'of earth'a-bovo the rema There: is'-'hO'si.ich clay found elseweri TH'E no guilt to break a'-husbahci's'heart.. absence .'of con- untidy 'dress1 a'iicl.cliccrleas' forbidding; sccjwl- and. "pthbi' ainong; liayV" ha'rr'p.wdH-, i-o-'-tlic'' a man, and'plan ted and guide with their-eyes and faeey oirand on, till what yon say. can be in a wordor'twp; and.then they lan'cc put a sentence, pierce the .'matter to the qiiick, and are done. You- never know where you stand with them-. Your .conversation falls-into their minds, as. .rivers fall; into the deep and are lost from sight by its-depths 'raid- darkness'...' They' will 'you witlv-a few words', by-its'- dep sometimes ithat- and "were '-cloadin 'times' surprise-you--witu-a IBW wuiue-, nre right to-the mark like a gun-shot, then they are if .they V -DBIXK-.' Parson Brbwnlow, 'of the ICnoxville'TWM'tf; gives the -followin description of a he discovere "a -recent visit to -Washington: [jaw and. sure-. The 'serious iui' table is ill served. iSfeatness.-and mr'th'pd and order are enduring- charms that never wear-out, or'-liise-their primal "T'ace-but love itself no more endure slatternliness than" ho.boateth liia "winp-s and is gone 'at once. v.enns herself would make -no Conquests with niitidy hair and a gown that 'wanted s washing.. Commend us to 'a m iVnicii the lady is possessed pi. the. :spirit pf: neatness and-order; even if carried to .somothing of ait extreme, it would be more tolerable than the least touch of.the opoosite t of facts -wi-th.m--.tUc .biipivjedge of the department1 the-'sureties, in the -opinion of-tho sufficient'de- adrnit the iiivestigatio.ii'pt' the The strong- -ground taken is, a defaulter when-the bond IMPORTANT Chicago Democrat' says pot not to call the keule and wp "The United. States District'.Court, at its late session in this city, executions issued in fiivor of non-residents. lay .to charges. that Fowler, was----- and that ithe department knew it.. Two issues will.bo tried by order of' tho iiidge; one upon tho facts, before a iury afid the other upon.-law -as to the .concealment facts by -government, it such concealment is proven..-., .-l-.lt is pel-mature..toianticipate the judg- the. sustainedythe .departinent'.iis Disgraced, -the the bondsmen ireo ..In any case, e, "andt'hei during- "a -recent visit to They have a new" drink now at Thc''-ingredi- ucid -hoot .leg-.and .tobaccp; said, .wiilupsat.a man at..a ia rfuartei- of a mile from the..demijohn. ,A certain Senator was thrown in liis; own yard not long -since, and attempt- ing rl llrtnin-17 i i ij' -i desnai'iv s'kjh-t ai'rw.es, 'dwell in.tlae-rccolloctioris cheenslr i the oiHhut'-tmieful tim'e to .awaken arid keep alive promises ao-.kiindly.gave. she -ii.n-go.tten not, thsiibrgs.tikl harjpy allusion to th-j peaceful kindly welcome, of a kiap pence to .pardon all. the. ;p.ast, and -the hardest hcsirt "locked in thebroast of selfish maniwill soon.spitcnto her charm's, -and bid her live, as. she had hoiD-Hl'lier-years-in matchless bliss, love soother of the sorrow- ing source of the spring, of joy. no rain has: fallen1.- in their posecunon ttLi'.i. w-------- ,i. i i .have-to be added to, the .dcticicQcy-whicli: has given Eowler tmeav' yeivr. Tlie ilvst MX i'i-sniw. who will semi us lists ol nliove tevni-s. we will fifty or mure ft copy of Diotionury. (pictorial edition. cuuUiiuing lU'toen liundrecl il- lustrations.) Friends of the t'ruirie Vuriucr, you win do mneh to extend the usi't'iilnesis mid uirculution of the former. Will you not try t Wo will sond samplo copiefi und freo to any who will try to extend, ilsmvoululi BMKUV CO.. "01 l.nkr Chlracrfi. Ill UUU livt had better not use tlic unpleasant epithet "superstition" in relation to the religious practices of other GhristiaiisnnU we.are quite sure thai we 'liavq'.wsoii. to siicli 1 eights of reason and to be cnttrely above .the mists, and fogs that ob- scurc all the Ulo. We. think-that it.is Pope; thai "Virtuous and vicious every, man must Few .in the extreme, but all.in tlie uogri-u The .same tiling may be said of human wisdom and fully, religion and supersti- and indeed of overythmg else per- taining to Inunan.'character.._. Ine .diUer- eiices are iii degree and not in kind, and if we could look beneath the surface and understand all thf secret inllur-nces tlml Price and Starwout.-- A An'editpi-opeaking of theiba'd thcdxillowing: Leaves Tiavd tlieir time to And.likewise so The-reason, too, is the. It comes of getting dry.'1 AVOIDISC. er who like' other preachers, was.m'the habif of using, big but at- UaiJiL. ways .succeed in getting.hold of theright ___ 4'.-.vM-iT-'r-iTic-fnVn'riru'tV nlS "tfiXu the' leafs; t entirely destroyed. ..There hasnovor-been such a scarcity of provisions and in that country as at present... .lyora.is .ine ercwo 'be tsyp'.rpads, ebbery pqdy goes i arc' not obligated to.take cases of State-laws, and that th.. State 'wh'prij' the plaintiff .'resides; is to-be takp'n into consideration in renderingjuclg- ''_ ta'cli; I'lirnin maidens; geaioi.isly A WILD child is' roaming .through'; the sibix among' the' vnatm-iilists ot that Section of the; 'country. The 'nearest apbroaciitiiat its.cap- was fiud." the -place whereat; and the rema'rhB-.of'-Et'-fr.og., wliereop. You-inay- read '-many -of- tho "-eastern weeklies' for ayear '-wi 11 insike "-yon1 or- or velvet; ft bciiiippei in-smiles and-ormolvne, -MD-'scouiidrels- in. epaulettes witlv.a'inous- ot simpering oiling at troops 'froin .UtalV ate' cVxpectpd, 'ab'out. tne 'T4-V of' ''and tears''are, entertained ri ;j; Vill'almpstcreate eery pqy goe thar's 'one road, iiftd dfif 'nine! clat a d's ri ght, 'dio wrt damnation, nd a "'reat' many gbcs.in.it; am nudcler roadman" dat'am" ;de nawer 'road, at leads straight up V If excited .col- s the it liad supped. -Tlie rather tough time other', there arc runiors of bog.ufi watches some iFidiacf-ect persbH-Jias beettfi-igHte.ning...one prcicl' brother for edsomebrtfly andw.ant'
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