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   Milwaukee Sentinel (Newspaper) - June 30, 1840, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               VOL. IV.? MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, TIIESDAY, JUNE 30, 1840. JN0. 1. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL KVSHY TCFSUAY X KD1TED BY ItAll RISON REED. u-.., tti: per annum, j TO MASTEr, I CjEALiiD 1'roposcils will be received by rhe j undersigned, bet'vi-cn this lime andtheSJlli I ins1., tor ar.A raising tfie Methodist Episcopal Meeting Hjiise, according lo a plan vhicli may .be seen ai tlie store of Austin Faiiiiian, nt anytime. YUSTEN. TAXES NON-RESIDENT IN WISCONSIN. continues to "transact a] general Arjr.jncy business hi the east- I MISCELLANY; CHEAT CRY AND MTTI.E Sensation bos produced. i York, atno'iisr ,i certain tbejtriiU T-> Titr-fatt 4T ill n, r in n n in ?f-i j.1 eii: any AJ Ul "I U III f I I I 't fit' -rt t -I TCI rmrfc-r Y I'Jf v Onis iii addition will invamblv be GEu. F. AUSTEJ., IB dilfeng 1 all MTjpripiions not paid wiUmi six L. S. KELLOGG. m -nit, trom ti.eTTmt: or and One i iv.ihvy.uifceJiiM i-; :f not Ihe 'i'- pfsr square! o linger) for first insertion, _! i f i jji- every insertion. -'.11 Mlvcrii-e-m.'iits IrVl specific! r will until charged I -ii'ji rip ion or advertisement disc-on-j i in'II all are paid, unless at tlia lo liiis must corae IIP iilit-nlioii; ;uid rill orders t-.- iii-C'.ni'iai led the I after, tliP trunk was movt'd to a different Ju DRY GOODS. General assortment of the latest, styles, pud IflGBY WAR'DNER. HARDWARE. IAW-MII.L STU-S, Hand Srnvs. narrow J, Axes. Bro.id AX'S, Hand Axes, Hntc-lid ioned to itnj services rendered. DAlNlKL WELLS, Mihvaukee, April IhMO. FARMS FOR SALE. K_? and on some of which iinprovemenls have poured dishonesty of the vpdorj on ih. of her arrival, and. o d people who go to him can even notice advertisements offermi.' oh; very plainly, of threBlime.lhowual p.ice fortk-lceu. The Augers, been ninde, in MiUvnnUee nnd Raeine'd Also, Nails. Iron and Sipcl, for sale cheap, by WARDKER. who was noticed by'a i., on board, nnd vprr soon after H very plainly, of his t-i vet, times the usua puce for -tickets. The wiih a -epdit like that of ucadoon e -il ways. W Ly is it, then, that fashiona EVspaicl. tin- ash npo-n ,he fljojs Wowi ,hp k io.utofnj nnd lhrowiB, ib evict- is able lo holdup its nnd some-j force. 1 hat paper says: firw.in directions, so (.hat jt was conf- li-nes to occupy the front ranks of society u "e that the of the dty': to ibe wood and oil oiotcrin'h I is bee.use respectable i crsans, of h'-sita-; rjrri J t uii- v tin. t in J9 cards iit.d presence tip. on Much glao was brok.n in the tC. 1'iilly. Ghss, .ui! ftlihv of all kinds, both dry and as cheap a ihe eheapesK _JuneB._ H GEY WARDISTER._ LABOUR SAVING SOAP. FETST-IE materials for which are cheap, M. by H1UBY WARDNER. JVJav'lO, 1340. .-17if; STRAV FONliY. f-ij TRAYED, from Troy, JFahvortli county, n short time since, a small Bay Mare. 3 years Any person will inform G. MATH-: EWS of'-Troy, or ALBUUT JOKES of Mil-; v.-iitiii if, v.-ln'ru she bt; found, sKallb'j paid nil rcosunahlu tliarq'O'j. M; v IS-IO. 47; t: Apply Milwaukee, April, 1JJ40. I s rf knows to be the deiidliest rnemy of mor- ;i ity H rid hoi- while she turns a Cl> the victiros lle has rllined- -1' is Lenion and Sarsaparil-] b there is nobody to speul; plainly in like these. And do you think that s cii.'ty is ever to be regenerated or purified u uler the mflitfnct; of these unjust, pusil- u'.v. Irnriiediatepryin'ni ot only a sirmllpart of the n 1.5 and coinpromisipg- virtue, Icef-p it in i h-jr lodgings are In set by fU'-: boat and other iiiittn- done purcluise pricu will be and the terms f >nDlenance. It is because timid woman lo her rnorninsr It-vt'os that in shott, j to be in What suilf! pnrvenus- society. pl'SItlOtl, The elite .in this rase j soihV othf'r'sliirht injur'ie's. mock of the trunk show that it consdn- .o men or women who ej a or stone of gome doc, ti (or a mt-re to; la Syrups and Soda for ika Corapound Sprup of SarsLiparillu, Brand roth's Pills, Moflal's Fills and Phrrnix Biltfrs, Lee's Windhani a composition of rosm, turpfiitine, vitrol, gum slirllac, coiton. At the VED, G Hogsheads Mttscovn- i D Grcgorie's Pills, die. For fever a nil iiiul Rowand's Tonic "mixture, Purui-iim _ Jnne2._ J-IIGI-JY WARDKER. JJ good shooters, for b." UBY AVAUUJNER. I; riimoiis coinpromisps 1 leil you ritvor. over them can have u soul a hove slip- who d-r-servrs.hPbirih. V US dl'eriulrcl! murderer of Usbt'r. nnd who it is said right of an Amnritat't can be ifany really people..have i iiy, and for fur bv i May I i SO (io Caniiles. heads Molnxses, fir's! tjuul- i _ J_unc i.. Cil .sr bo'ow recei vi.-d r.nd f r --ale BIRCHARD co. A 1 Just LARGE assoriirent of Indies' ii.shional.le VMS in: t reci-ivet; and for sain !jv JN', EltiCHAUD CO. O.OLE LEATHER. Call-Ekins, >K_? LiL'Uthuj1. lor sals br J'i''ie -2. HIGBY Vv'ARDIsETi. I STRAYED OR STOLENr FROM lilt: snb.scribor, a .sliort time since, a i larg-e; Bi indie DOGi, named n-iii-rcd I ou the lip and on oneeyfiid by Who- I ever wili ret urn :he s ad lo the .s'ibscrib. r, or to the Suntinul Olrice. of jrivs iiifonnation wl'ierc-lie uuiy be found, shall be n.-- i warded. E. ROGERS. June 2. B i long us vice is suffered to be fashionnble themselves lo hi> dnnvit into the si id res; a? mennro bold j yoitex, by the whirl of a scaniv: t( -cctidt'iini it only -when it is in nigs, there in a pironpite, biticrty and u ill .never bt! any radical 'hey repent themselves. A ibi ling of ut- "i ou ni'iy tnultijdv Temperance Societies, te self abusernent filoral Rp'prni Societies p le nil st.-uute books of 1 li in- rind dishonesty but (.-I hoinrty s of the fair and nuourcu are puiu i ti. spUodid tniqtiitv, it will be all in yuin. j liast S long will it be felt that the voice of the I is not the sinner, but ajrainsl will me of. haviu..r lilown up Block's Monii- int'iif, und ibr tiie appieheusiou i.f vvliom. SIU.OOO rtwaid !iaa berti olieied within last two yt'ai's by thoriiicsof Uppor SI-MI walk- ing upon tlie do.-k at no grrtitdisitmcr from thir uoat. Hu soon nfter amstid inf icielies: you may j come over by. and by, nt the inere the 'He vvns soon nfter arr.stid in awsas-airiitg-amb-l conduct; rtnd the most front of U. Hotel by ronstaUe RoiJ so long nsthe cnid thing- ih-.t cnn be said lo them lliree j !o whoso proMipin.ss aud .net-y ou the. oc- d honored are paid j months hence, will bean allusion to their casion. much is disc. "LK-I-T wus be all.iii vuin. j arriud wiih fow-pistols and u knife, c s inn ei" :ail Dcu-ey. THAGIC i-orrrspondnnt of e Bukiiriore Patiiot writin? from Missis ipi details a trcuic siory as rectinly hav- jj occurred in that state. A brief notice the affair has alrfadv appenred in our i TT WU3 i-irnud wiih fiiw pistols atul a bouie knife, whirl Jbstcr tbin slse, nnd j madea drsperuie but unavailinff effort to use them wjd escape. The riiuii im- mediately recognized LETT us the prison employed iind pfiid him for currying1 DOZ. Kirrt-s and Forks, atJO Screws. S OO doz. Cast Butt lor iic liy CO. v Hi. iff, if Clitiins, I-UROHARD CALLIGOKS j iTj) PIECES Cuilicous, new s.ylos nnd patterns, from 0 io cents jicr j i BOOTS SHOLW. Klips, Walking Shoes. 's coarse and fiii'j for sale by niRciiiiuu co. No. I'.'.'v. I-I. MAGIE Co. have ivct'ivi'd n of Dry davits, Groccrii'.s. llartlKiii-snuii Ced'.ir which ojfi-r for j s :le by tiie piece or CirUKtni A'terck- j anls and bt- nifijijied all ihe so )ethejr the disreo-acd of law, which I vurieiy of [lie 'jo'.tmry rtciuiri's, or ilu: h; Thi-y n.-ct-ive "roods from i the 'folloivinij are not but furnish u sppcimen ofj ninny terrible scenes which have result- fro m ihfi shoeliitiff condition of the times cc liimn I 01 ly in I-'OR CASH. Brown Sheetings j ;iiul Siiirtings, from fc> just received per sLutim j t-iri'iit tiir ssile bv- BUICBARD CO. -'Vr THIS! LARGE (jiKiniiiy ut P.itei.t Pails, Wasii- Clmriis, Wooden ju.si fitul for for c-nsii bj' K1UCHARD if- CO. M :v 18.__________________________ NAILS IRON. of from 3d to 20J. To.is of Iron suitable for just rcoeivoil nnd for sale for York ihe and tell ilium very uhv ;p for cash onlv. Ciiic IS-l'J.' from for sale r..y IT 1-i'A.VE lliis by Grent a jiuod assort rai'iii of Iron and Steel, will be r-old lo'.v as t.-ri in this Tcrritorvfor Ibs 'i'ii-e lion, characterised i Happenin.7 sotnf in the town of Canton, und sitting with a ritlrman in his office, I heard the report jo! a gun, and simultaneously a yellofsnv- edelisht. I rushed to the spot, (some JilOK STEEL. y received from New York, j !1! I asson-i yards and there 1 beheld a i t i I I 1 i 10 Hundlos iron from 1 lo 4 in. wide, 10 Kcroll and S.akc Iron, to 1-J Round 'from 9-16 diacieter_ fj _ do do do 4 Spiles do GCO Ibi Plow ar.cl Spring Sleel, On Land, al! of Iron for Plo'.vs. .siivel, a door-i soaili oj' th JMil'.vaukee, Id-i'l. BLACK, is M ITii'S J-.S. 'jll sale. 1 BcHows. I Anviil, 1 Vice. ly new. Aii-6, 1 ilr.iible barrel >he! Gun, I Hi lie i'islol. CLARK SHSPARDSON. Mny 25, 1840. KEW SPRING- SUMMER GOODS Just Affiv.d. ubscribers respect fully inform ublic in jjoneial 1-llRCHAUl) CO. j ili'U they iiavejusi. received by the PITCH. B IRC HARD OIL. CO. on, trained Lamp Oil, B1RCHARD CO. Great Western, a iargt: and well selecse-d stock of ML'I cliantl ize fiesh irou'i New York Alar- i kel. tliey are now opening .IIH! will sell I H! a large discount from last years' prices, for Gash or country Produce. Believing in the motio of ilie nimble sixpence, aud having pur- chased our omire stool: of goods for Ca.'.r, we are enabled to soil merchandize of all kinds at les.> prices than il ivns ever before offered for in the western country. To saiisfV al! tlial ve are selling for low piices the public in general are requested to call and examine lor themselres, as goods are freeK' shown at all times. LTJiJlNGTON, E1RCKARD CO. Milwaukee, May IS, 18-10. 47 TOWN L JUST AU RIVED !1V GOODS, H .i-dM-ai-c, Crockery, Gro- cui Drugs Medicines, Dye-VVood.5, I 05 BUII Pninis. (.'iis, Glass, Iron, Stationary, AViiieii v.'ill be-told i-heap for ready pay. 4Gtf 11OOTS. GASES, just rec. ;red and for sale at the S. REliD. COL-FISH. LES. first ratt Cod Fish, just. T3 FOR SALE OH RENT. LOTS henutifuliy sitnn- led on the E is! side the Milwaukee riv- er; mam- of them are under a hiyli state of cul- tivation and well nd-ipled to Apply to DA-MEL WELLS, Agent. Mihvaubeo, April. 'Min FARM FOR SALE" F IS 5 HE subscriber oilers for Ins farm, ly- ing ihree miles south of Milwaukee, on ibe U. S. Uoacl to Chicago. Said farm contains acres of land; ID of which is under cuiiivatioii; v.'iili good frame huiise and log buildings. ll is covered with a firm of liiriber, and commission, and lying but two miles from The month ot ihe'Mil- or salu tow by S. L. COR13IN. watiUee liver, alfords ijroutiaciliiics for fnrnish- Walkfi-'s Point, IS'10. 45vt'6 ing sieaniboat v.-ood. For Inrtjicr particulars inquire of S. L. Car- i I biti. [Talkers Point, or ol the subscriber on the BARIiKLo Recalled Whiskey jtist I j B. MlLLIiK. receivi-'i.! Mid for sale, on Anril io-m 4-jif Q i OO l> l-uivl. t ,UI1I Liy b. M...v4. COTTAGE >V.T. made yotina man stretched in the eprn j st eet, with his (ace turned toward lienven, I cr onnitiff arid writhing- in the nponirsof ;iih. Tin- shi.as which this ffiui was i touted had pr net rated his side betn-pcn the i ri ;s and the ;Oh I it a shocking; I si ;ht io see. 1 saw hint take his last gasp, ai d make his last For a short time after the voting- man fell, jtvar his victim, and gnzinp; upon him. ft >ocl the muderer, boasttno; of the horrid ed. He uas a large, reddish haired, rt-d fa 'i-d impersonation of strength at d briHnliiv. And as if man had suited to the action of nature, his name w is As far ns I couId h-'trn the circumstances, they were as fol- io vs: Normeiit (ihe name of the w is EI deputy trial-shall. Coolc, nnolhcr di-puty tniirshnll, had levied two days be- fo e en last property of every do- sc-ipiion, and had taken offall the negroes at J such other property-ns he could remove p n-o- was ahsi'tit from home; he returned nisjht, nnd found his wife and some six or ei.yjht children in tears. His fencing ns h  lias devotfd a lifr time in the flexibility of the tendons of her legs, and j the trunk on bo..rd. Such was the tx-it.- made her body like a sapling, and her limbs tnetit and our citizens capable of extension as a foot j that LETT was totthwith lender.-d to the hhf) van stand on one leg, and so can ;j eaptaiu ol tiie Bi itish boat Gildersfe. vetheti can leaf, to less heigln in port, bound lo Kingticn, on conditiou' in to her weight and muscle j that lie "should bo surn rider., d !o the Cnn- tliLin a a flea can skip nine adiun authoiitihs. Very piopeity no doul-t, hundred and ninety-nine ihe Captain declined the. proposition, and the least.'' LETT was well secured in jail. From the description given bv the lady- referred to abovt, of the person who rcmov- the trunk from where t lie carman left it, suspicions seliLi! upon a man by the name AN INCIDENT AT THE CATTLE or THE the battle of UIP Thanus.a laughable incident occurred, which is thus related bv ono who was in the rngug-cmrnt. The British General had formed his men in open order, with the cannon point- ing down the road, by wnich the Ameri- cans were advancing. Gen. Harrison im- mediately took advantage of ihis, i.md or- Col. Johnson's mounted regiment to charge at speed by iu-ads of Companies (so as to expose the least possible from) pass through the open intervals, and.form its tlie rear oi the British forces. This movement was .bnilicurlly I'.M-'Ciitfd "by the under'the command of Lieut. Col. Jamrs Johnson; bis brother, Col. R. M. is believed will implicate "others in this' at the same lime charging the Induns wiih j infernal plot for; he wanton wicUn! drs: of Da foe, supposed to be rm accomplice, of LETT. The citizens in conjunction willi the village untlioiities took measures for the arresi of Dalbe, at n special meet- ing of the Board of Trustees called on the occasion, a. resolution passed authorizing the offer ol a of for his hens'ion. Diti-nifr (he evening, wns' discovered nnd arrested nt tlie Centre HOIK-B in tiiis village, a.id committed to jf.il. The prisoners will.be brought befori: llii.1 police magistrates for examination and tho facts di.sclosed bv the investigiHion, whicli the other battalion. truction of life, we intetij lav b> It happened that m one of the companies fjre the public, as natural fi.tiu of under James Joiinson s command, there was frontier patriotism, bv a hnse, oag leered brawny iVIlow, nam-d p.-orjjo.te s and ihe Jf Limb; lie weighed about 240 IDS., was a brave man, and its yond humored as bi_ brave men proverbially arc. broked down his Kentucky horse by his great weight, nnd monnled, instead, upon a shori, stout, willful Canadian poney; from whose sidi s his lono- limbs depended almost to the ground, while his bulky frame lawless mobs. Lett ati'.l D.ifne are C'ann- dian refujret-s, who wn uiidersfrtiiJ liavi; been lounging this vilinyo some days. Playing pnrtieolars of the recent affair at Foil Kin jr. are jjvrn as follows in the St. Atijnisiine Herald. It is rose high above the not j tho keenest kind of military tactics on re- unlike an overgrown school boy astride of cord a roiipjli sheep. Captain Raines, llialPosi, When the charge was made, Lnsub's poney took friij-lit, and broke inlo a strain. Lamb pulled until the bit broke in the. an- imal's mouth, and all command of him lost. prepared u slieli with a shirt over it, in such, a manner that any attempt to remove the garment won; J r.xplode.jjiit shi.-Jl. This he placed at a di.-tance. fiom post. In a The little poney stretched himself in thei'i11'1-' while the shell wash work, dashed out of ihe ranks, soon out- and Cfipt. Raines repaired stripped all his file leaders, and pushed on where he discovered Indian signs, a pony' IO explode -Sand Cfipt. Raines repaired to the spot. in advance of his company- Lnrrib was no and some blood. So pleased wns hu ouder master of his horse or himselfl-nnd at tna success of the experiment, tlvtt hu and Ihe was in quandary. If he rolled off placed another shell similarly e would be irnmpled to death by his own ihe horse rushed upon the. Brit- ish lines with hi in so far ahead of the resi, he must be kilted. Either way, death seem- ed inevitable: and to use his own expres- ana went in pursuit ol gionj hc ,ho h, jist 1 not nnd the second {risJ8 jn pursuit of Cook, he met with i nmn they went home. He siuclt boi.h heels into the poney's ks, and urged him to the utmost speed. On they drove, some fifty yards iti front cf the leading file, Lumb's gigantic person covered with a blanket, and retired, it ex- ploded, and on going to lhnspot.it was dis- covered that the Indians had tied an opos- sum to it, and its exertions to escape had" exploded the slull. The Indians hud sta- tioned themselves, anrl as they cutnc up fired upon the iroops, killing ono and one private, wounding Captain mor- tally, arid three p. ivaieg. The Itrlt-ms are variously esliniased, frotrt CO to 00 in num- ber." swinging in a most portentous j Thomas the httla Cunnamnri -pulling foot uli ho' knew how, his tyilsti'i-iijrht, his nostrils dis- lenud, his ears pinned back, and his shiny tirocerii-s, IlarJu-are Milwaukee HAWS A LARGli supply, received and for sale on commission, ;jy i, S. L. COUBrX. ii.v n. l Taile L. VAIL. M-islcr PASSENGERS, Boarder Citi- zetis, and Strangers can lie irnde fit home at all times. sprSteady hy ihe year at per Cooks, aii.-i i Wailei-s constantly on and reiuly MAU1N13 AXD FIRE I lo pay ihe most proaipt and pnraei-.U-.r aliontion I to cuslotuers. liort notice auJ to a subiiautial antl -worMTianHke manner. CLARK SHEPAUDSOJs. have one of the most amiable y, ung men in the country. _ Had not the flashing f.-om under his fore- tn ire discreet citizens restrained ihe mob. 111' I _.._._ i I devil. Jusl as of the British, LI and roared out in P g-tr would have bsen- hung instantly Dserttion arid law prevailed, and Plgy w is ironed and lodged in jail to await his trat. _____'___ Tilt Arabian hos- ni aJities of the cily at New York having Detiti.flry eln- MajriiliL'iin of ihis city, has had pfii-foriri'-d upon him ati extraordinary most irnron.au! stirffieaf opi ration, by wl.ii-h the liic of the ptitieitt has no do'J'bi br.ca saved. The left upper top with all the spile and speen of a Mr- M. ca.rious, and was mritdnif rapid progress towards tiie brain, when Dr. jVIussey being applied lo for re- found it neetssary that ilia criiire bone Clf.ar the way, a coming f b  ,ind jn a ner. set Of teeth for vv 1 I L rt u I 11 1 1 Lv V l l rates of interest allowed on snmsdc-1 ed for slated periods. I Drafts jjr.iiitsil on New York, transact o licr nionied operations, in by their ciiarer, ihey are uaihorized to! cAUY. c-an-l in Clotlis. Vt-siiiv-N Sloc'ifs, rollnrs. husp of Hast Waierand Wis C'ilicasro; also draiis available in any part of! Great Britain or Ireland. j i MITCHELL, j April, ISiO. EDGED TOOLS. (r -ouounce it your own way, reader) coin- apparition of such a the most eomplelclv lias he miuJer of the Sultanee, die .Asnuc vessel a horse, moving upon them wuh such fun-1 by makinp of ffold'tbe cn- ;n Muscat, he was taken to all ous velocity, tha; they op'encd mechan-icaily I roofcf ible institutions of th" cily, and j at his word of command, and let him pass I pressed great astonishment at the" profi- j So soon as he gained the rear yf their posi- j that n Of the -jaw> Mr_ Magillican can ;le deaf, the dumb and the blind, tion. rolu-'J ofTon the grass, and sitf-j nnw as pfniriry as ever he had ci -ncy of the in the arts acid sciences wherein they were i fered Ins poney to go his own road. AI (Jdnn, and LL kinds cl Edged Tools made to order End When he was shown ihe fan-1 few tnimutes trore and he was with bisi warranted. hi victuals with perfect con- M1LWAUKEK IROS VOUSliRV. LIE subscribers would inform the public (h.-ltheii- work.- are now in operation, and thai as t'.ist as can be made or othor- REWAKO Stop articles which had been manufactured j comrades, securing the yl in the most tasteful style, without the use ofi Whig. windows through which the inner mm" is wont to look out and give direc- Tomato H. C. Cftllet, of, ti( n to the physical functionaries, he was! East Windsor, Oonneciicui, has succeeded I qi ite incredulo'ns, and so remained until he in making wine of a fine flavor, and of good1 verrien'ce and c-vrnfort. ehd without any j other change upon the face than a light scar on the cheek wh'-re the incision was made snpp v just received of al called for. Phys.cians, prr nnd others pan buy at prices II sati-facloi y. as we want your custom lor o come. N. It. DirectioiiS given for the use of aU mecl- pallIJtIS i tilltl Jl-Uiiil'. Cl I ncu IPItrtCJILrlLJ- i anil Tiinjman; theot iera Blacksmiih and iia-! en for the apprehension of the Thief, or the- re-; in tho of Repre- he appearance, from the Tomato, and .this with ECntatives U J. Q> Adamt; the youngnt, it- out the use of tny alcoholic preparation, j Edward Stanley, jsf North Carolina j the If the Tomato teas highly medicinal nc it largort, Dixon H. of chiiiist. LORING DONEY, EGBERT MOSLEY h 1-tf turn of f aid property. 'SOLOMON JTJNEAU. Milw-itkrc. April 15. 1s 10, J' '-'si-elv delighted with the performance of j has been represented, it may be anticipa- th i pupilsortmusica! I ted that this wine will find whb, public. who weighs over 400 ttlklt, Aaron Jertt A.   

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