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   The Wisconsin Herald (Newspaper) - March 10, 1849, Lancaster, Wisconsin                           t s i THE WISCONSIN HERALD. JAMES M. GOODHUE, VOLUME 7. Business "UPWARD AND ONWARD." UM ASTIX WISCONSIN, SATl'RDAY, MARCH 10, EDITOR PftOPftlETOft. NUMBKB 1. ft tes, Dry Forwarding awl Cowiuis- i'tuu, uutl Lumber, The editor of the Prakrit who evidently takes from actual expe- rience, in ibe March unmber, thus newspaper stufwjr'bers: First the I'rtl-HTs. These are men take Pearl Something over urt-ntury if my mind has iiu! coufouuJcil fuels, there wss nearly as much rxeiletiU'Ut in New KiiL'laii.l ill re- gard to California as at present, but tht new.-pnpens, pay far them nnd read thfiii. its ahuiid.-iiit supply prarlt, n H. II. M. ___jiiJ Stif'eou. Associated with JohnWuwl. Office on Maiu Sued, ALBKKT   Mexico. rcMic-mbcr that part uf bfnolit was_tlieirs peiirls would be readily taken Iriiin its aiid estiiti! or iiijestatc, seu thai the primers waters to the of the Inens. It fact, .bills nre nut tht-ir unsettled jt nas fDrmed n province, of Mexieo till ee- ;di.-il to us by the recent treaty. Moreover, ivc are toid, Tbe lishi-rv of the accounts. Next come tiio i EASY .DOCKS. These niPii bRliere in They have fully settled it in ancient King ot'.Mi.-xiL'i.- s their own n-.iiuls that :i newspaper is a on the west thing. They take liicm, too. Swnetiim's the first they tor thn first year and which wen; to tin- sit any ran: thuy mean to, pvclty soon. If F.tiijieror Ctmrlcs V., wen; they liavu done so, they sit dou n wiih the inished with pearls. tt.is (In: conviction that tluir authority of Prescott. Afitr tin; rosiipiest, now settled for and this idea once snvs the Sf.jitn.-ir-'ls sotfjlit for to liave hy ns the presents utado tii hy N 0. P-IWZ, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, liot into their ht.'iiiis to lie but keeps hold from year to iy.'in- a trutli tin illusion, grny atiilj-hbiiinatic with year-'. The editor triurking the elongated an-I space thu currc-ilt of WILLIAM HULL, Attorney and Counsellor at Law, cwi, Wisconsin. .1. ,1. P.IRKER, Attorney Counsellor nt Law, Notary Pahlic mid Lnutl I.r.usuSter, Wisconsin. thrni w ith such SIR.-C.TSS. that HDOII citti-s nisi; in mul L'J.-cl'.a, from ths divers, became quite a city, lint now V.oiitiiins only ii50 Tiiistown is on the Ci'nlf of C'iilifnrnin. While Las tlit-ir iJolliirs, liciiins to a.-'k if they arc dead, nays: The at.-d luxurv of or have Califoniiii, lic.gins their menihants hns bpcn hnnded down to to puke bills at them. Tiii-y start [iU[ in siMccniii century the i up to tin; reality that thwy are in arrears; rapidly iliininishe-l by it already 1 like men, as they an; at bottom. up. ceased thf: had bcco.'iK; They never dispute his bills they know known, and now mil u of their cities books tell stories than moss covered rcm.-iins, and downs nf shifriiur sands ccivcr memorit-s. Jf the publisher has faith enoui'ii de.scilatu isl.-itids." It IT.II scarcely he ior a Ion" purse, anil live likt; a dontiit-d it wonlil liuve very different tinjj bt'ar, he may survive these iji ilm liMiuls of tin: enterprising anil hardy GEO. H-' Attorney and Couusellor at Law, and Notary Public, CYRUS K. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, :if h'; is mortal, only, wo be to him. The next M that of tlie DOWN-HII-LEH'S. Here we lipjtin 'otcr to the other side. Tbe picture sud- denly f. Pi MID we iiip into very dim shadows. di-sp-.itrli the suddmlv. Oiie of thesi: .may take n paper 'or tin.1 chiiilresi wilt; WJilifi one, in a s him. Wiicn il iM'L'ilis New KiiL'lander than in tlnweof tlii; etfomi- Spaniard. Cluiiiiber-i, however, ?ays: Quint or tax the Kind's officers drew from thi- iirn- dnec wji.f (Incuts. Till I'.iluR of the pearls sent (from Mexico) to Kuropf: yearly nn :ivcr.'iL'r' to tsiore In 1587. then; was sent to hiitiiin.1'! atid pounds weight. :i ol- SFE.VCER if BlEliCE, Attorneys and Counsellors at LAW, Deeto'.vn, Wisconsin. _, CLO VIS A. LAGR.il'E, in and for tUe Co. ot'Ciraut. Cassville. Wisconsin. In come further, he dismisses all tliniiL'liiS about it beauty wern r'-sr-rve-i for II. if tht; scn.ls ;.aine Imd n nnjnificcrii one feist lt> him at the end uf two or threi: years, he him from the Island of Marsarita, wbicli may jet f.-iv for his paper, but with and siirlv Ix.k-. He n-ver p.iy-iiny debt if ho can rid of it, a least of iill. Slili law- -uiis SIMIII tin and .-ill A dun llie.s inn; thoriiv ill and valacd M I Ills however, i-, to tishini' in be- on him tint a bullet on a hippo- 10 the oldt-r ones, C. L. LAGR.l I'E 4r C'j., Merchants, Cateville, Wisconsin. CO., and C'onamis'n Merchants, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. D. Jt. rwar4iog Commis'n .llerchaat. Potosi, W JAMES GOODHUE, If Paklic and Lnad A seat. iciOB Sarjeon, Of H. Agent, aad ccUinj UixU auJ pa 1105 PtaUtlillt, JOB eiecctrd si J. PHYSICIAX AND Oftce gm door of th' trr, Jt Hollidav. ;a try aad Maia suwt, Wit. potamus "liTDiiini his hide, or III'.- pearls toiirii) were iilteii very into the liarm'i.-ss. is nNvays and of line 'i'lt- Iv.d'ne.s iinii sliding down HitTgeS into (ill- ifroes. iidwever. i-rrptrm-d other th-it so ill piid by tin; Tun CVM No nntt'-r how ti-hinj almost ti'u nnd this man bpjran his be the di-'iirlied state of tho.-" (It pays fur ii not i'" d.'M't like that lain Vi-Hrs the of a rej ii'-ws. frvsti o.Vf-riioii-i." 1 H- di like vliilu't il in are witii inten--'. "1 the first l j.nstmiisJ'T the rie.-rfnw.-.l n "i He liii.'k "ii" a vi.'ar ar-> iVom llie uf pi-iiri-, Iv.' never in 1 '.k-: it till n lotiif want timf after it carnr-. only i 'ei-n twit or thrrc of ;mv r.ii'-, and thosp jcd bv he hadn't dtT. havplH-eii iliiT'-r'-ni. til.' an-.l nf GfiACF.. to siv of ish-.M' in him thill he never to ncwsjinp'T L-oileti the f dl'iv. -n f.vo or thrtc of When h? thinks l.m introdnci-d. Hi- thry have rornr- 1 .us PT th" j-ti'iuid w.-.li -t-.c all publisher to w.-inr h'.- btfk with VfT. as Ijr i-i f-lrtiy- ill1 it sfop it." Or li'- his :iii'.J Iii.iians. f.ir I'-i-'s t., -i. .li-. i-.- r.i--- ''if. wont to pay, and lo'it !o. lift il al if you c.'tn. wretch 'n :i i t drii'.v his lin-i-tth t  n h-t "f r: i i j n -t ii i l' '.i'-1. -H.-V ttwi up !v, p-i-l. riTr-; tf; If ;ictl hrr ua- n'-ck. and rij" -.f thence tied t-i '.h- i-T. 'bf f- 1! tf carno at ih'' tr r r'rl th' v t> i, Avr-hirf 'hf Crackrrr kc., Ih, _ of .1 "i- HI.-! ..-n- T. P. Burr C. C. Batr, Dry Good., G etc. The rhy of to Frankfort Raitrnaii UtfptymciiU are far U tkeit in ut FT rd by a severe bail anJ ibumler -t'trifi  r't th' t-j It-fir n'-- of Mr. IT- rf> Coyhon, tteru hy Hecirre now tbe fi 6uid, suty-two ot' ibvm mtrt kilkrti. DO here hn rUjiidiiy of tbe ttf ihf aiwl century tt'ktntU ter fxris. Mr. Per. ital, il f. thf it trmt- thr h, vckopcy iA  niotlfrn Several bt-i-n tilted tint, by MllKlislntieii to rt'in-w tin" fisheries in t'uli- ILIIIIIH, hut not with mneh suci-ess. In "f uf llii'-n ciitnpanii's, caili.'il The (icin-ral 1'earl iitiil Kishin" Astiticiaiiiin of sent tivtt U. N..lo examine ibt; lislu-rii'S nf l.'altfnriii.i, and rcpnrt the pros- pei-l of His rt-jnirt is vcrv ititi-A estni'j, anil several e.Mi'acl-s :ire iinnexed. Hi1 staled thai giitHl ilivecs wore very tlillU to prtn.-uri'tl, and recomtnendcil the use nf divinjr bells, where they were capable tif ln.'inj; usetl us a stibs'iilule. lie fniitid the divers were tifniid to down in certain places, for fear of the tentfrern.i iir gnninil sharks, and the iiianlus or This latter tish. he was was an im- mense broad fish, formed like a skate. They IlllL' tilt; divers Two llie poor lel'iow? u'i'. Olio was struck by Hall with a harpoon, and w hen taken, was found ID twenty feel across the buck, Nolwilhsiandinir dangers, Mini illixitius liiinstjlt the sla'.t- of thi; oyst'jr I'a.'iks, Lieutenant Hardy ;i diver. !f it be to U-aru to suiin, il is inliniteiy su to to tiitc. In my first 1 eutild nnly aluuit six fcet.tind was immediately torisi: si-jain tilt: sin-fiice but by I down to lun iii- three fatiiums at nhii.'h ilcpt.'i :iu; pre.sfinv nl' llu: water upon llie furs is so {fival, that I (inly i.-oinpju-i; it to 11 pniutctl irn'.i violently fnrci-d into nraim. My st.iy under water, therefore, ill (his depih, exn-eiiiely short but as I had been assured, that as snnti til'.- ears should burst, us it is icciinically ctilli.-il by the divers, there would IM: nn ditVu-iilly in descend'nii: to any depth, ami v. i-hitV-i bei.-niiic nfC'iinjilishi.-tl di- t tli.'termined tn brave tin; 'pain. Aircnrdinjily, n leap friim the liuws ibe bo-.it, nf hope and restiln- .tion. with my knit r over my tile slrniiihl. iind keepinir ste-.nhly in lln.1 tinier nf nature, namely, v.-ith my feet perpi.-inliciilarly ;wiird.s, tin; initicttls carried me iibutit I'ii'lioiiis, it l.ci'iimt: nci'c.ssary tt> assist 1 be bv uf band.s itmi uias. wrmciin count upon tlie firmness nf his resiiliili.'in. The change id' ie.-nperatiire fr.-iin l.-til to '-old is nidsl sensi- blv felt. Kverv fatliiim lills the imagination sniiiO new idea of tin- dangerous fully nf pcJietraliii1-' larllier into tin; silent diimiii- i-.-.iis iif ref.kless. ministers, wlicrc skulls id tin- inak'! perpetual grimace.-', and llio vawipile.' jnws of sharks and teiilereros. or tiie death eitibniee of lln; mantns lie in wait for us. The-u impressions wi nuz- tiieiiled bv thu impns-ibiliiv nf tin; vision tlie tvvili-ilii by which I was Mirri'undi-ti, wilil lln: exerneintiliij I in mv even and curs in short. in1.- mind bt.-iiii; as.i.iiled by ;i thuusanil in- images, 1 ce.iscil with ;md Ifjs I fell my sell' reei> dilijr l.ioltom, I iiivnlunriinly ehanir- ed (lit.- of my body, nnd in the ne.M fiiimd myself mure on tin: >iir- f-u'e. .Ai'ii'ii I c-s.ivi.'d with rt mon: lived I f'-lt throll'.'h wafer, v. liii-h from it- tb-n.-ity, tlie of tJiriin.'ih a a- 1 de.-ecv.ded, and .seiivuti.in in my cy-.-i III.IM'.- lie: waver. now I'l-risou mt: on, every :tt ib-pili of MX -even fatlkittns, I :i ill C.irs iik'1 til-'it pi-'iduced bv th'; nf a .'il --an.'.1 Ili'i- I nl' and ih" v, tii'-h I f.iim I a', (he nf v. b'tl ba-! bappen- i-, i ni'iiirb; Iv, !r.-   in f.-i't 'hi-n :t '-jty "f but c i'1'lv .'.V' oil ;ir! ny tf' frit depth of it rt-i- -i .ii k'.-irch of tt tctVf diteti tioMti IM eleven wttcr, Tlw nick DOW adventurer twain round and rvit, H in nil tlireciHUM, at length, i istie.1 in to tiyMcrs, hi uf M. l are rciidinulotlie -udim-of ihf but firat i iiwidv la tbfe I n Umk upnnrds us all direm are family dittiactioM oUiL't-.l to du M tboy to (be arti tbe of i hungry of If the cuaiii u ibe of Mi u, clear, they may rise u ithoiit npprt-hcnsion. chnwt. Tber are- punuter of liule plaaai ftr i It does not (ipju-arthat Loin I on ('tint- or revel. rhe n-bale the aoufht v., ii. ru.vt ami they soon ceasid in vnin for the buiwl tbatOTOCMrfor tipvrntiotis, Hm let no one infer from that (Lined ibern. All were now Mint ft.-I .-done, that the pearls do not abound in serteU. Their out Wk4 (dbtir fbM siillicteiit ipiiniiiiii-i ID reminii-rttle miiiubln prints dim. A winding trail e.Mrtions. I he same year, iir, tall gnu alone remained to paid tlMm ihiriy two I tniv course over tbe bilU. towArdt joint st.tek were f..rmed river, whither they htd in work the silver in Mc.xic and It was a touching tbagjbt though niuiiy mimuriM of sji- lenity their town, now Ic ftuoaoJMa, that ;cid one the Holeims Co." no less hail just gone on their than yet nil soon I ailed towards the their ibis failure in i-ttse of Kilh silver, were and thai vve.re so MOB to may safely and in-ets.si.rily uttribuietl to their eMin-uisbctl and UM the t'liiployinctit nf unfits so far frum their lights of civilization upon the CoolittC hatrth, principals, wliere supervision, guidance uiul stone. We rambled around thn oewnod are impossible, village adn'Vins the beauty of the acMMrir thus seen tho following facts ihu rvcordi on the and eeiU clearly established: iiijjs of the houses, nnd every relict left to l.-r. That tVinn the earliest .settlement of tin- intruding faces of tbe North. Ainerion it has Itoen known in the Spa that penrls iiboiiinl in California. That, for man" years, ihey obuined annmUly an enonnoi.-s amount in value from these lisln.'iies, It was agreed by nil of us that every ef- fort should be initde to preserve the tijie of MVnge life, iw B memorial to tlw adventuring Hut Mtiui niter thnt nnnv npirit of t liiem by their V amJalism which applied the Mazing torch cupidity, nod destroyed the Indian divers by in imeient in Kome And Cartbage, their cruelty. imul stripped them of their splendid decora- That the unsuccessful attempts of the of art and genius, set fire to thw lo- siiu-e the commencement of ihc dian vdlaire, and nothing now at niitt'iociuh century, to reslore the pearl tish- mouth nf Cattish creek to show that the cry li> its prosperity, when a sin- place over existed. The land is now plow- Hie pearl uas found worth nnd ed ftnd cultivated, nnd not one in ten per- w.ii oiii: lia'l liiat slim, riuiy at- of iliK present inhabitunts even of our tribiiieil to other cau-es than the final e.x- city, know that in 1330 u fine Indian village tinciion [lie pearl oyster on the coast uf there California. passed along And, lastly, sve in iv safely infer that some adjacent on the bottom now of tlie iidveninrers now seeking that Kl ln'k ill vain for the thnt tilled them. nido may lind it to tbe.ir interest to turn Over the entire country (here reigned 'heii -intention troin thi: crowded, irksome perfect Millness, but tbe of hahiia- itnd unhealthy task of for of-lion were recent thnt wenlmort expected u'olil, or sand for si-ales, to the less now nnd then to bo sUrtlcd with the shrill I ili.irions tiii-l much more healthy enterprise vvar hoop. Ilistcntl of this however the of for the pearls lhal owl hooted from the cliff, and the wolf iim: its slioies. liy tin; aid of tall, howled from the At we trmTcrted both the danger t'rtim sharks, nnd injury the cnuntry in this vicinity, the old to thr constitution, from lonif coniin- of Julieii Dubiique were discorered at fre- uaiii-o issider wnter, nnw lit- iivoide.d mnl it tp.ient intcrvnU grass grown, with of is prubiibu; tliat the imirc nuitlennliscovery hnshoii marking distinctly the excavalioM id" Tnylor's submarine armor, might be found -of thiit curly adventurer. It iniitrn VtVieneions nnd viilimble rich with rnmnntic one on which The preceding; remiirks have especial re- this iinngiitntivo enind would delight to lin- ferenei- In th" I'e'iilifl! I of Calit'irni'; tlln' fTT. Hen.' the swarthy Spiini.sh IUIUIT witU th-y arc very possibly true nlso of Aba Cid- himself, wooed and won their la- ifnrnin. And there is no lnixnrd in in conclusion, that beyond ipii-stiou, thosn Merc they tho rich mines of ore, waters contain nn inerttimnbb; -pinntity of nnd erected thu ruilc furnace fur smelting, pearls; nnd it is eriuallv utifjiieslionablf. instructing1 ibn nntivrn in iheir and in- th.it if they (in; there, the pn AugUi- ducing them to labor, minglinff their cm- Savon etniifrants w ill ccrtninh' obtain them, imd m.-innrri together. Do- Tho most viilu.'iblc pearl'lishrry in tin: biifpie, now .stnmN, forn thousand tba world is that of (.'evloti, which is u monopoly covered with tall grjuw waving in t" thi; IJritish (.'oveinment. iii thn wind like sntnn exlensive rice field, de- tln: yar it vields penrls to tht- value of nertecJ by the reaper. But thin and iii liiO-J, it wns leased in- will leave for another time. vidtiuls, under cortain lor Tbe Vellow Fever. rf bjnr nin wjd rfn ig ur wW to bit- luakl wo met tjter fof ciirato fine We acid nothing more and left him, thM he was UMbWi (hfl "What's the price of United Slain snid WP to a relebrated Wall street .gailul a pounds of pure fold in Vork I per iin'nnm. Pearls have been uf im- mense valiifl before flu: Christi.nn imd unlike and silver, hnvc not tnate- riaily in value ginci; that Tin; most valuable penrl.-i t.-vnr known, were oni: presented by .lulin.-i to Scrvilbi, the mother of .Marcus vabn-d nnd iirn< (.'bropafrn dissolvi.-il in vinegar and Jrank, to (in-t'l in M'tre Antho'iyV rieisl niiniplu- oiis refiasf. over A mo-l ii'HV in tin: one bought bv 'i'avcrnier ftt (.'..til'a. in Anibin, nnd now in nf tin: Sli ih of IVr- "in, worth unc In the KiiijHTcr of IJiis-iri nf iienrly iho naini: :iy and one in tbu liritisb rrown, captured of tam, together with the onn already nlbiilcd In a< h.-iviii? obtained in in and worth Sl.'rfl- .IF V l XVetrcmbled for the few ses-tciJ, nnd on. Vr iv tV Ivb'-r j-'i. across a who In the j --in of the xiimmrr of IH.tft Sunday the greedy tbint for tin: wnO'i in eoiincmy wirli vcral atid mammon. "Thnt wiij n noble la-t Sumlny D'X-for. If we ranembvr nrisht the It eacier IW WM- el io p'.is through the eye of needle ibM f.r n rich mnn to filter the kingdom of tiwL" Kstabli-h n mini. a Iv'c already out two BUM Md ftMV and we we're to The text "That Tbe value of UouWooim is tixteeo A diiiiMimtt an vf Boltl mnkt------ VVr did not wait to bear UM ri'-r ii he got vall-'r ('Hy .-.-i, :i lillle i r.v where WITI- iii "n-nri'li nf vvhivb nlwayt lies dlf in rin- ovfr a iiKiiintain dc-fri or v.e llie shun; ;il .'ri-'-k, Ifiiild liutriolr- i, rrvadf th- ;il si'.-.- 1 ;i In -liiti id a bimdn d Tlii--, with upright uiiji ndi-r tin.1 li'irk of i'liid- 'if Thrfiiizh thf miiMlf nf lirrn.-l in thf riv- t r. M inr-r-i-'.-Tfil in th- by v. H ili- f i t.-irk whi'-h I'fi'-d ir.trrior of I hi; inv eatitmuMte m iw arc nf, mufti f a -fr V- nrrn-t I r-ifi'-l by ill- harid a ...i l "l" iiu, IIUHII dt-tvii i r a Hutf-ilo huf't in the prsi- ri. t'.'-r'. b I nrirml ri- r- imin-f anirnftl" in r tli- pi'iiii. TJvn 117111 iln- rl.'iil t'i'iir i-nt-rai' in. HI" Irrrl'-'l imw ifi-l liir i chief iudf riff'J Iw Mi it Itwumes Many thm a IIP 1.1 from wr Hwh is now nporwr w IM Sriiitr. OIlTW DjfW, wko i ff n since in jrirli-r, iiri'.trr a number ol itvi Al flMP lecture bttl- Murphy WM rtllwl to 1 The the well nmUiv anil of h rop-f n :M, miojrli-d 'if fnifii hrak'; to IrraVf. Th. f u. ftrty aide of thu iNiiitimx, wh'x-ti wotit la be _ (.f. or of IB tfccto JMgJ of i i for one "tif hundred and wan repeated, w by Nine knew of the drcd Btid wonin i nMiMiie, (we baro it fam Ca fattest Mlker in tbe UMMO, in a bot M awrajw Mtntky IMM fcirir   

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