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   Milwaukee Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 20, 1840, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               VOL. TV. MILWAUKEE, WISCONSIN, V OCTOBER 20, 1840. JNO. 16. MILWAUKEE SENTINEL irenr TUISOAT EDITED HARRISON REED d annum, advnnce. Cents in addition will invariably aU subscriptions not paid within six the or subscribing, and One If BM paid within the year. or per square lines or under) for the fir.t insertion, Jr> for every subsequent insertion. fVAU left without specific will inserted until forbid and charged j T. fJT'Stt or advertisement discon- mra.il all arrearages are paid, unless at (he ifce publisher. addressed lo this office must come to receive attention; and all orders must be aoeotapanied with the money. P. A. WINOF1ELD, at Law and Solicitor IE Chancery, Reloit, Wisconsin. LEONARD P. CHARY, t'.'ifiry and ConirMlor at Law ami Solicitor in Ch: Block, Milwaukee, lOy FBAXCIS Am -nrf at Law, anil OommisMrmer in taVa it M. at LTW, nnd Genera] Milwaukee, W T _ 5 UNCERTAINTY OF LIFE. BY SISHOP Beneath our feet, end our I Is equal warning ufl lie Ibe cout Ab.iis us In benren. Deuth ride) an every p using breM He luika In every flower, Each season hath Us cvn lid penla every hare seen th rosy KfM Of youth's toft decny, And fate descend m si> Men mjlit, On manhood's sutid-n Our eyes have seen tl e of Halt feebly toward ine louib, And yet shall r.ii'fh ou hearts engftgo And to come 1 Turn, rnontil turn' th t danger know, Where'er thy foot can tread, The earth rings hollow from below, And tbee ot tier deed J with glowing count nances and bright eyes and sweet smiles. Depend upon it, there is noiuing like a sensible, good naiured romp of a country who will play "hide and and "blind man's wuh you, but who would cuff your ears in indignation should yon address her in language which more refined ladies j would listen to wilh complaisance. Dur- I ing ihe process of husking, if a re I ear of corn is found by any of the ladies, she is liable, to receive n kiss from some of the company. She, of course, hands the ear to her favorite beau, who readily under stands the signal and acts accordingly The red cheek is sure to be redder before he leaves it. After ihe task is finished, the company adjourn to the gopper PRESERVATION OF HEALTH. StrrroN told a dory of a certain ROCHESTER, NEW VORK.1 The editor of fhe York Commer- physician who gave four rules for cia' Advertiser, wfco has recently been per- J reservation of health. When he egrinatingprttty extensively in the Empire bjitaoks were sold: one, which was said Stale, Hoch -.v- i... To truths divinely given The bones that underneath He, Shall live for hell 01 lie iven m ;-n 1 Counsellor at L''W n ml Solicitor Chanrerv, Milwaukee, T, it H> P. 1 it T.M- Y, Oxford, X. Y P P r n Mi'dicincs, P.tinN, Oils, Pve Ihe Sniffs, Ac. Water ink 2mfi H i f" t Medicines, Pnlty. '.ID-, live Woixls, Gl ss, TV, Pve RtufTa, Iri n, i' I'ainn, Si ilion rv.sf nf and WiscimMi. stii'ets, Mil- If T flir.DV, M 1 r..rw, 1C Ik. HIO POIIH, s. f'i'itt WiMoti'iti and ti ,t sr'i'M y in st h i AM RINK X J1 COMPANY Wi-'-n- MII VIKVI, t pd Jo t'i- i- i Milu i'ac _ P IJN St' A> fl- r b v ir. C M V I I i- i raocKr.n A at M il w, i 'i H 11 Kfll, FINCH I, J1 i Ri .'H'l -i i r, T >i I r .lllistll.ll e. G't Ai Luv J K AK.VOI.P, 111 C 11 n' THE KIND OI.U I'RICMJLY FEEMNOS. BY CHAHLI j SWA1K. The kind old frienrfly We have jbeirsnii t yet, Though and yetitihavc parsed, old friend, 8'nre thou and 1 la t met' And of gray 1 Luie'a advance -Spems in thy tadmg e Yd 'i is the same good h' 1 in grne by Ere Ehe kind oh! Incii'tiy teelinga Had ever brought M6 j The old 'ricndiv f e'.rgt! An JQ lold No oil er can hind ae heart Luc cho e loved li iksul old) Thy hand 1 jo> in VOL h r. clasp, Tin1 loucli of nje jitiy miiow, Yet 't 11 the tiat" euut1 h' iuy Cfl ionu a o C ko luotnmg drcauia Deioio Tnnli'ti st ray, Ball liept tiic km i old THE HUSI.1NG PARTY. Faiewfi[ ihejuih hu n.f 'iiic uierry a'ter b titea VS hi u icuJuii pud tun; smoked beside A (.11111 bem G Wiillier We like 10 n i-ur oc c isioiuliy to the cus  l.i nee upon iin s i i linn a w IK n tj u uai luhie s> '11 IV. ilt ti tl VH U liny tlul the st nubilities ol the uUtsol ihc pitstut g-i ni iritiun be i, iirlu d Jt th. biiK id( .1 oi a quilling fiol- ii p.si in or a husliinir jiii i u The ty takts ice HI ihose t' bi iglu i in.i js of uuiimm win n the n.i i uiu I) IS u [i trnong ibe st n s, uud tile -Mi.rns Un lulls, ihe old foiest 11 ei s .m bi ii.'hUiinjo in us bumtiliil illu A gUiiip of h.ippy and kmd- i In h( ins.s, ill s iiiul seses, fiom tin iiu yuinin; oil 1 dmvn lo ibe y-hoir- i d did iiiiin, .no us i rubied uiOiind the fi nits i i th< ir IK ighboi ni.liisn lorifj tmd ii. ai'y piti s of coin, giithertd fiom the (it Id u ith its c ivt'i my rf htuks The liolt1 l< njftli of the imple bain floor is lirnd uiih huske s, u bo, nfte r a ff w pie- Intiirj iiy joke-s, Ixi.jkt' ibuiistlves zealous- ly 111 ill! M l.isk. The pi t st nee of femuli s in snrh a gi oup uill no doubt, b'% objected to But loie? Ask the grey-haired if, in lite days of his hiyhooti, it deermd iinptoper, or inc. nsisttnt with dignity ami delicacy of their characti r, for fe- male companions to join their btotheis and ihe ir neighbou, mini evening's nniusemf ni of this riuliire. Thty would smile at ihe idea of impmprii ty. The assimbly is not one of stuingeis, where doubt and nppre- hf nsion must seitl every lip and ftttet arate for their respective homes. But the genuine husking parties, we grievelo say it, are now rarely henrd of They have tost the spirit which enlivened false refinement has broken in upon cheir pleasant amusement; nnd bright eyes and fair hands no longer figure at a husking. THE RIGHTS OF WOMAN. B7 WILT.IS GiYLORD CLARK. As the whole comtnuniiy is agitated wiih measures adopted to assc-it the rights and advance the interests of the laboring mitn, it wo'ild be well to consider fore mo- merit the cl.iims of industrious worn, n There is n strange, anit ci ui I mockeiy in the conduct lords of fifMtion to the They are fond of in fxtiavagfint tenns of the PVf lienrfi of I'.omrfii. d ipurt nnJ ffaz< bfip-lissly itpon the smisg-li-, u ith htlle In her or her little nuts, thesiiuv hapirnnl u-hich ni.iy Till in her HJV She is still ns in old n lime, ii gleanpi in the hanett of life iind though her irsp.msibiliiii s me  ndinjront from the work- shops of our Noriiieg and loco- moiivpsond other appliances to the and to England? OUR A correspondent ot Bostmi rfccritly paid a visit (o Phil.id. Iphia Mirt. "I could S''e enough to conrincp me of the t iiith of (be assertion of my conductoi-, (hat improvemtnisof the new e-ry over the oitt were lo an extent increHi- ble and that ihf degrt-e of petfection which has been ettnincd, wai such ns nl- most lo forbid ihr id .-a of the possibility of f.nther irpprovriT'nt. rrT-Hincrr "f strtmpingand millinsr the only om in opciation, butihtU niibled (a farm some ide i of the beauty, rr gulji iiy, pel feet I sstiffs, rapidity and nbsenfeof inilivi.lu.il labor, which chaiacterise all the mnrhineiy of the- place. Formerly the of siamping snd milling was tedious and painfully laborious procets. By the aid of ths> feai'e invention mm, the whole business -s now cariird on with entire absence of real labor, nnd a rupidity that alumsifxcei ds belit f. The m.'ichim-iy bv which the operation is formed, al- though, from 8 to 10 horse power, (I for- got iheexHCt does us work with such an entire absence nf noisp, that would not b'- awaie that you were in room, although whhin three f. rt -Y i: did you not see it in operation; the rapidity with which thr half dollars, stamped on both sides by a single were j out at the i ate of froin 40 to 50 in a minute, sffmiti more like the work of ma- gic than of art While in tho building, was shown n number of new coinajjc, none of which have, as yet been issiti 1, AmeiicHn duller It is of a smalK r di   tji sn him'to bring iho picnirnal l.iid out hefnre'lhe HppoinifJ ti.ne. Th" (he jippriirif in nt; :ind itisleiiJ of near Ttie place has surf' ted I otn 20'J, r cc ivid 400 futin ihf the times, bet inipiorcmenia are ttill (0 w hf ntitna and sddrcft on." thp fjii Jjfly tvlmsf frsttitti't hf hdd copied. (V afterwards thf Princes dm rtt Oca growth and nd s.-ni nn order to to prosperity of this country has been great nujt ihe cr.nrtiy. The mmshul, n.i b> in ff and rapid wuhouta parallel m the history with diiuiipnintmrnt, of the world. Within a single lifujiime. Danish, d ilv niiisi fiom bit! within the memory of many yet living, ptinCPss haj become warm nHlronm." this nation has gained in population, wealth and enterprise to an extent never realized unonnn-iy.'incp grrtt' or dreamed of by any nation in ancient or ft than a Immgint', prying, Chewier A Co, Detroit, Mich. irasof their arcrstors; and consequently, j J0g and unable to dem.md her the vicissitudes of alternate lisjht and sh.idows, are rnei without thai hitler disappoinlrnen' which follows soclostly L. ROCKWELL CO. Dealers in Dry Goods Hardware. 'Jr >ckery, Milw.-iuUee upon the dreai.is of the romantic and idle about her beautv and their chivaliy. as hrnvetfr em ly that may be enlerpi by tip sc.ind.il m onf p act-to io another; 'fro n By steadily pursuinsr this plan for a few! compelitioti in every niaiku of ihe wot Id j, who ioft-stj erfry tavern, jfrocf ry. and of bee i days. at ti frw wei ks, a habit ill by generous insiituiions. isely fice, every nn-l who. at every that na-'ed and cheerfully obey-d by liberal frequents, t. Us till MW or tward out vnncesto men of all climes, and bv the the-lust; hi- whom il a de. Ah-ihere is mirth, life nnd jollity in H.ile to say that share of the adv.mtdsjes lhat re1 bbor, must corismi to be ,is shr the and slave of thw who pra e be Require) of t.ik.n- J'.st ihe that na- ture requires, and regularly out j j of OOP sound sind refieshinsj sleep io npw benignity of GOD'S Providt shining cent mm to jrwtt i- visor ami activity; and ihis h.ihii is. upon her fiom cloudless ski-s, that her away, font, or ihttme away, whrwe mighty youth been nurtured intoalmott iiy and .Framtuch Cnrnpr of and Kast your genuitu- husking paily The riustt-' ziri'-ss aiew on people-; il begins in c( h ihoroujrhly formed it would he no less d is ITan-rsir-ets, Milwaukee. ers ply their tongues'as busily ns tluir w.-bs .-irid ends m ch .ins. I h.ivs exp. r- agreeable, than uselfSi and mjtn ions, for excfsstre jrmuness. P' nitt-miiry ----------------T McELHFNNY-----------------' htlntl9 whilp their ienced, (he observed) that the bmi-. wrh a person, harm? once beheld the! The rapidity with which of the Titlor.-Brloit.'RockCo. WisconsinTenitory task, Sto.ies are are sung ness a man his. ihe more he r dble lo r e- j bright rooming snn, to turn on his pillow have rearhi-d their preii-nt from woidsarrspo- complish he learns to ecnnoinize his tinejiand my, "A hiiie more a little more; wealth ani splendor, ol, tneir H. W. HUBBARD, I and Tailor, OppositeLelaad'sExchange, ken. Iroagmeto yourself, reader the sight itbatisa takmcommiued to every on? j slumber, a little more fotdingof the hands romance nan of history. New York may i of a long row of healthy lookiig girls, 1 and for the use of which you acceti it. tt Bleep." i be tonoed as an trample. Oat haadrtd New York may i dent tatttaiiaa KrtT wa dehwrtd.   

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