Green Bay Spectator, January 31, 1852

Green Bay Spectator

January 31, 1852

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Green Bay Spectator (Newspaper) - January 31, 1852, Green Bay, Wisconsin GREEN Uuioii, llio CoflstUutiou, and Enforcement it Its CLAY. tfssat- Devoted to Literature, Mechanic Arts, Agriculture, Politics, and General Intelligence. BY RYAN COMPANY-.! GIIEEN BAY, BROWN COUNTY, WISCONSIN: JANUARY 31, 1852. [VOL. 27. May It I'ulilitl'nl t'rti'l Xaturiliiii tJorning, fly 11YAN (JUMi'ANY. IN AIWAWUK; wli-> tlif ill'! annum, payatilv iiuarli ulhcu. UATKS OK AUVEKTI31MO. fiqunr-r two eacli niiilillu. 1 50 a mi eil yearly, will, priviUuT ..re notices ariiorupwariU. K wnrrxr. rs BLOCK, tniK. KHTIl.tMUB on MAIN STREET. S. II. COTTON, fVrroiiW, Couiisi-llor nnd Solicitor. Of- fico in tho Kmpiro Block, on Washington st., OreenBny.______________________. i-IOWE HAYNES, ly 1'. O. H. IloiftJ Coi'NSKM.oRS nud at Law, mid in Chancery. Office two doors south of the United States Hotel, up .IAS. nOWB. S1I.AS n. A. llAVMr.B. A Tho fo'iluivlti? pretty ml imlhctlc ballnd h Irom DickcnV Iliiuneliol-t Win li, II can nearcoly be read nilliijuliiwukuiiiiig lliu j( ihaiu wh'> luic it, null cueiy tiuiusim miJ "yui- [iniuutii; heart: A VIL.T. TAI.B, Tlio rooks arc. cuwing in the nlma. As on tho very day- Thai sunny morning, inothar dear, When I.ucy writ tiway And April's plevuntcleami have come, And April's leaves arc >n the when Will Lucy come again? M. P. LINDSLKY, c and Counsellor at Law nml Solic- n Chancery. Offloo in Puauoyer a Block, Adnms strret, E. II. ATTORNEY AT LAW atul Ocncinl Agent firpL-n Bav. Wisconsin. Ci II- "WOOD, A i ir.BSKV -nut at l-aw. anil (Icncial IJIIH CllM'.i. lu- ll I T. OiMialiif. Milwaukee, ytalM Hotel. Uiecn FKiiDKlVlCK r AC1CM? O, Arr.n-NiiV and Comncllor nt Law, and So- Kcitor in Chnnccry. _ Al-fli'ton, Otitiiga- inic fc swi-ri'T fV-rrouiKv's, Soliaitors and Connsollom in Law. and Notaries Public. Will atlemt to any in thr- way ol their (irofos- with they m-iy bo cntliistiul unit also rei'fivo niiplii-aliom for insurnnee in tha NfW York ProH-ctii'ii Insiirnncn Co Konw, N. V. Ik-rlin, Muruuotto roim- rtltUNKTTK, of lUown ncaily ISDWAUD OUTTiWAITJi, Cr.KUK of the Circuit Cotlrl, Urown county. Notary Public, Coinmissionerof Pct-dn for iho Mau-H of N'ou- York, New Jersey and MicliiKiin. in Dosnoycrs1 nt-w ItliildiliK, Adams tt., E. A. ]71i7TuiA INARM, M. D. tho U. S. Land will to all rull.i with lhf> pracliuo ol' McdiiMiio and Sur- promptly and with W. H. 15LODGKTT, and Ollior in_ Wv.issc's Illook, INicrry -itrcot, Orccu I'.ay._______ Oflieo in Pcstioy- I'IIV-ICIAN nnd Siirgoon. Illouk, CJreiMi Bay._____ D. Co'orJER" AYKK6, M. D. wilh promptiu'ss and fidrlity attend all call-i in iho jirnciiro of iMcdicinn and Snr- KCty. Ofllco two doors noilh of tlio U. S- llotol. Roidenoe two doors smith of the rti-hliytprian I'lmich, tin-en Bay. A. U. GllKKN, Apothcenry nnd IVrfiinirr. Pcaloi in I'nints, Oils, Stull's and (irocrrirs. Also Combs, fir. Witsliingtoti slroot, inn) door south ol L B. JJRA1NAHD, Collector, tor tlio port of llr the 1'oat Of'.cn. rcen Bay t JOHN DAY, in Dry Roods, Groceiii.-s, Clolliinjt i nnd Slioos, H.ttn, Cups, etc. Wash- n street, Green Day, Deale Tn A. A. ftlAM.KVO l.'n-i-krry, ami all ttto liiecn Bay llrven Hay. _ NK Wli Du-iilei in (Jrocories nnd Provisions. AV'hit- tii'y's Block, Washington St., Green Buy. ivuvisTiArrirA; Wholesale iind RrtnlUe.iIrM In HAKIlWAUK, CUOCKEKY. BOOTS AND SHOKS, NAILS, OL ASS, An. 'J CB mm HAY, Win Circumstantial BY MUS. llEI.Ii SMtTU. The spring is as it used to And all mint tho same And yet 1 Hie feeling now, That always it came It seemi as if to mo she made The nwcctnesii of tha Aa if I could be 3lad no more, Iv'uw Lucy is not ECOU19 but yeatorday, When in this very door You stood; and she running back, To wy good bye once I hear yen patting The last fond words you Ah! littla did we year, And Lucy would.be dead Hrfw all comes hnppy times, Before our father died When, blessed with him, wo kotw no want, Scarce knew a wish His and all our struggles on, And that worst dread, to know, From home, to poor to shelter all, That ono at Ust must go. How often do 1 blame How ofun d) I think, How wrong I nan to shrink from that From which sho did not shrink And whan 1 wi.h that I had gone, And know the wish is vain And say, sho might have lived, 1 How can ngiin. I dread to bu olom1, foi Ihcn, Before my swimming eyes, Her parting face, her waving hand, Distinct before me rise-, She rolls the wagon down tlio K watch it disappear-- Her last "deal fond "good Still lingering in my ear. Oh, mother, h id but father lived It would hate not been thus, Or, if God ttill h-td taken her, She would 'have died with us; She would have hnd kind looks, fond Around hot dying Our hands to yrfss her dying hanilc, To raite her dying head. I'm always now, Of what rmnt hava thought, Toor girl! as day on day went by, Ami neithei of us Of how sh" must havo yeained, one That was rot strange, to Havo longed one inofeient to havo set One look on yon :md me. Sometimes I -Iri-am n happy difiim I think that slio is laid oui ovn old village church, Whnro we so often played; And I can tit upon her grnvo, And wilh Imr we fluill Afr.r froiri where the city's noise, And tbronr.ing Ec not so, God judge for the best, And from a world of pain and woe, He tooUhrr to his rest; Why should we wish her back again Oh, freed from sir, and can-, Let ns then rs.tb.er pray Cod's luvc Ere long lo join her there. anil in A letter from Sun the Intt ar- lival icpicicnli nord of our Buir which is of luxuriant growth, yields immens- ely of InurJ, ett'-h cf which contain" n num- ber of seeds "lid upon them ihe cattle of our hills oat and gr.nv fat when to all appear anco they nro f-edmg upon batter, Often tiinosth-' ground is eovnn-d.to the of several with the which is vciy nutritious, being of an oily aubttnnco. and lhat iu nVundnnnP. Mr- Slit-lion 'ins a new vnriely of o-iiley ihnl is crrtainlv the most exlrnordinnry ev- er rnifod- Thr graina are donWa utual nnd firm. A few nf the seeds were l-ro'iglit from liynf ri-ncti- nion from whirh he raised in State ft rtop. It seventy-flvn btiihoU to llip acre-, eacli bushel weighing eixty-sis 1 One Saturday afternoon, some years since, a- boutthebu room of the only publie houso in the little village of S------, on Lake Erie, were gathereda number of gossiping idlers, sea far- ing men and farmers. Altliongu early in the afternoon, the lu-avy clouds of an approaching Htonn eo darkened tha shore, that candles weia lit, and in tlu-irdim light the gathered crowd lis- tened to the beating of the wavca upon the btiaeh, and Ilia distant roll cf thunder that an- nounced tho coming strife. It was onooflhtifie scenes that occur when a mighty tempest'Comos down on Erio's inland not, and tha dnlleit see- med struck with impressive grandeur. Sailors drank from their poisoned cups with less noise and the village politicians were less absorbed in the presidential clecticn. One of the number more uneasy than tho rest. A young man, of mild prepossessing appeatance, with a ri3o inhis hand nnd a powdtr horn stung over uhouldor, for he had but few minutes before come in from gunning, pacid to and from the door, looked at the troubled bay and clon-ly sky, and frequently asked an old captain of a oeuouner when he wouli be nblo to night i "To night 7 Kf, tit 1" he responded to ons of these enquiries: nor next day, [expect. Tina Wn storm looks as if it was go- ing to lend off a dance for a good many flirting ones, and I don't believe in puttm1 out iu such corrupts good manners, ns the id. You eetfin to be in a great hurry, cotmmle nui. This Sea Gull brought me ill news from this murniiig and I will double your passugo money it you will run mo down to C. tonight." Not I. I wouldn't undertake it for four times tho money." Silence J by this reply, the youngman returnei sadly into tho hounc j and silting down, tlirtis his hands into bis pockets, with tho dogged ai of one who makes up his mind to be conteutei vvnh a positive evil. JI-------- W--------had been in a E. P. DOANE, yviiulos.ilK nml Rrtail Prnlrr In llnrt 1'rorlliomi litlKEN II.IV, WK-C0.1SI.1. The few tVius raif-d at Bear WPTC putchnsrd l-n at twenty five priird, samplft of sfnd to York which will be at yotlt Com fuw woelcs, and although a stranger, had im pressed its inhabitants reti ring, and, as all thought, kind was he in man rienind disposition. Tho business that brought him to the place waa by no moans settled, and the intelligence he had received must have been a very praising to make one naturally so brave a storm that caused the haniiest sailor to shrink from duly. He had been sitting with u look of discontent but a short time, when the clatter of horses feet were heard in the utrcor, and a man, pale and tremb- Ung, stood within tha doorway. 'His first dis- coiuint utterance wa> the word No expression of or terror can send tha same deathly chill to the heart as that one word of terrible import, and paralyzed with btupid sur- the gathered crowd enquiringly gazed at- the brtal'uleij messenger of evil. Before ho could rtUilt what seemed to choke hU utterance the Sheriff of tha county hastily entered and ar- "J'or the young man. murdui of Millie was the item i cply. It wanted only Ihislo swell tho hnnible ecn- fition that lud fallen upon the crowd. Jlillie a littU girl ten or twelve years of age, was the only child of icipsctablc patents living withsnamileof S-----, in her sprightly loveliness won the affection of all tho villogcrs. Tbo cifoimstances attending her death were as The nAieiila, as was frequently their custom, tho honse mider the charge of Millio, and lad been too gicatcr part of the day making mrthasos and iu the village. Hurrying lorne before the com ing storm, the agonizing parents found tlicit house robbed and their only child brutally murdered. The news spread t.ip- idly, and s on the curioua nhd cooler neighbors were looking can-fully on all marks tho vio- rence had on the premises. The hojren, n large frame one, stood coma distance from the road. The iront door was found open, tho inner doors unlocked or broken, ctery drawer, chest, i or cupboard fdrtcil, ritid their ronU'hts tcattetud over the floor. In the garret, to which the poor little creature had proba- bly tied, Millie was found coveied with blood that flowed from a stall in her her little hand glaring an old bed p'rfst, white itround her neck a white handkerchief was sligh ly knotted. Cpon Hi-i floor of tha hall one Of (he neigh- bors picktd up a squirrel with one fortf gone and its hoad scalped by a rifle ball. A young who had been chopping wood in a neighboring immediately recognized Has ona had shot that afternoon he was by, and picitiiig il up, rcmaiked to W-----the exseHeatshot he mada. >V------ loft him m the direction of Wocd'.houit, with Oic 6.juii- rel in hi. hand ihu UaudUictiiet unwound Irotn Milli >'s neck had the letters M. W. in one corner. 'I rue, these were the initials of Millit's own name but her mother positively avowed she ownrt' no snch article. Satisfied with tlitw circu nstances the officer at once arrested1 W------. 'rom the time the murder was dis- covered to that of W-----'s arrest was jutt two hours. 'tie pri oner wan hurried to tho nearest ma- gistrate, a id. the evidence I havo detailed given before hirr In addition to this, spots of fresh blcod wen found on his coat sleeve, and ns Woods ha t been robbed of tome gold and silver u leculiar character, two or three of the pieces wo e found upon the unfortunate man's person. This rivited the final {ink and tlie crowd grc v furious. Li Ufa Millie, so loVcd and loving, all remembered asttthild of tfveir own, and die ti be butchered for law see- med too E ow and mild for vengeance and th water had not damaged them. This had lost from somis wfeuk In iri.i latb storm, and noting the addi-ess with llm intention of soriie day, I sold contents, and with the procesiU made my way to New after my mother's" death, joined an expedition fitting out !ii South America. In this new Homo 1 married, and engaged in There I lived until 1 leaHied, a fsvr mb'nlhJ since, my innocence of that eruel deed had been made known by tint confession of ihe real criminal. "I knew you1 guiltlais at the Itineot the said the lawyer, when W. finished reeoantingliis strange escape. cireiimstahces were too evident against yiiu I liavo suceeedsd Ih thy profession i fcy snihe little knowledge of human nature, ami it taught ihe to bo very aliepioiotis llf whit it known as circumslantint evidence. It ii ri maxim mnch relied on in law, that bircnrfl evidence is iho very sticng'sl dence. So it is if ccrreotljr, bui wtwt and among the remaining, the events I convinces a common mind of one narrated had fadtd into un almost unit! tarn leads a more acdte one to an ;

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