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   Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - March 8, 1843, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               ELISHA STARR, VOLUME VI, j [IN THIS f Af ER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, AND PUBLIC TREATIES OP THE UNITED STATES AIIE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY.] MILWAUKIE, WISCONSIN, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1S43. THE II PtTlLWBEB SENTINEL the corner of Wisconsin Water over Cary A Taylor's store. T E R M S For one year, il paid in advance, within U months, aitliceud of far six months, payable in advance, three months, ,75 TERMS or per square (twelve lines or under) for the lirsl insertion, and 25 cents for insertion. JSrAll advertisements left without specific ir-sertcd uriiilfurbitlandcharged accordingly. JJrNo subv.-riptioti or advertisement discon- 4inued nnlilaH arrearagesnre paid, unless al the ofthe publishers. I AND AGKNCY, for Washinton County J subscriber has opened an office in Washington County, for the sale of real estate, payment of tiixes, redemption of land sold for taxes, and fur the transaction of nny other busi- ness uaually desired of an Agent. Owners of lauds, living at a distance, will do well to uvuil themselves of his services Address to Mequan P. O., Wisconsin Ter. GEORGE E. GRAVES. Jtrfcrcnces. Lewis F. Allen, Esq., Buffalo. J. H. Lathrop, Ksq., do Geo. Smith, Ksq Chicngo. Byron Kilbourn, Esq., Milwankie. 'M Co., W. T., March 1, 1S43. L.'YiND BUSINESS DIR ECTO R Y not exceeding MX I IIIOM- nei. iiLHi'i-h'i, ni 1'J lui'1 Cr per quarter; Mrtetl 48 per jear. J. B.'CIRUSS, Attorner nd Counsellor at Law, ml Solicitor r. GRAHAM, Attorney and Counsellor ai Law, and Solicitor te Chancery, Milwaukie, W. nn East Ward, direeily over the slure J. C. Cramer Co W. W. G. will a lend to any business entrusted to his care is Mil- and the adjoining counties, including collection of and accounts ihe lore- ctaiure of Mortgages, partition of real estate, Ac.- KOT. 30.1842._____________________ISMf____ A. W. RANDALL, AXterorr at Law, and. General Land Prairlevlllt Milwaukie Co., 11 C7 ia Iron, Steel, Nails, Glass, Shelf Hard- ware, Farming Implements, Blacksmith's Tools, Ac., at ihe Milwaukie Iron Store.___________________ PETER YATKS.; at retained to the Terri- tory, and re-oneneil his Office over Jones Fitld's, watch-makei's of Water and Wisconsin HIRAM P. LF.GCIT, Attorney at Law and, Solicitor in Chancery, Mineral Point, Iowa Co.. W. T.: Will prac- tice in Ibe first Judicial will upon reasonable leans, tu rases ot ilio-r..-: who wish lo avail them-el vcs ol the provisions ol the O. S. Bankrupt Law. Hon. Millatd Fi'lhmire, Bu.T.ilo. Albert H. Tracy. do Thomas O. do Ebenezer W.ulen, do Chas. Townsend. do Henry Hamilton, Esq., do 4m Ij "JOHN F. RAOUli, Taacher of Voeal and insirmncn'.i! Mu- Private lessons will be giivn rink W.T. TBIIIE Subscriber has opened anollice at Mil- JL waukie 1'or the purchase and saleof real i estate, payment uf redemption of land j sold, for taxes in the Territory of Wisconsin. Having been a resident of the Territory from its seulernent, raid having been engaged in Ihe surveys of the Public Lands.he is well acquaint- ed ils hislory anil the lopography of ihe country, and cun render lo emigram? and others desirous of jjurchasing (anil, much valuable in- lormaiion. Conveyancing done ut half ihe usual price and in lees ihjyj..bali' the qnual nuuibor- al words j- ;md in cases of complicated descriptions, more correctly than in done by Auornies at Law. OlSce overlligby's store entrance on "Wis- consin sireei B. ti. EDGERTON. MilwiiuUie, May 10, 1842. 30 HAS HEMOVED hit, office to the New Building buck of the Post Office where he will continue lo receive till cnminutiicatinna in the Agency business; those not residing >i Town, by addressing him (it the Milwaukie Post Oilice., Box No. 50, will be attended to "lelt'.-ra paid." 'i'fie French purl of community, coming to settle in Wisconsin and who carinut speak ihe English will do to give him -a e.nll. Aljo, us n Notary Public, he will draw Deeds and Mortgagen, take acknowledgements, and altenrj lo their Milwaukie, June l.lS-Ja. 33lf T1 WISCONSIN iMARCTE AND FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY. HIS Company continue to effect Insuran- ces, in buth Marine and Fire departments, liberal lerrns. They also receive money on deposit, anil Irati'sacr oilier monied operations, in which, by tlieircliarier, tliey arc authorized lo Special rates of i ittcrest allowed on sums dc- pu.silecl lot periods. Uralt.s on New York. Detroit, and Chicagu; also drafts nv.iikible in any pa'.'i Cfrc.'.l Britain or Ireland. ALEX MITCHELL, Scc'y. T .m-J 5-3 t "A. j. VJEAU, one ttour below Tulis Kendall's ware house. Milwaukie, W. T, ------------JOHN F." HAGUE Auction and Commission Street, Milwaukie. --------ALEXAiNUIilTMAtlliKSSON, Attorney and Counsellor tn Law and Solicitoi in An The Imi re- sinned tin1 practice ol iiis own and will attuiid to the duties of his n all the 1'ourtn of the second ami thin, jml.cial districts, and in the Supreme y Unnl ,it Miidisun J (i T. r nn1 with Ei uill li nr.'.t di I'ri'iss is authorized to triinsa in my and am atiret'i-ient made 'laiiou Law or ulhei business by me. Oilice up stairs irth ot' tile Cottage Inn. 11. N. WELLS. Milwaukie, Dec. -37, JIINIATA IRON, NAILS, SPIKES, STEELS, 4C. SPANG CO. Manufacturers of JUNIATA IRON, NAILS, SPIKES, STEEL, Proprietors of the long established and well known ETNA IRON WORKS. WITH a view to accommodate our numer- ous customers in the Lake country and place our celebrated brand of Juniata Iron within their reach, we have opened a Warehouse in the AMKIUCAH HOUSK BUILDINGS, Cleveland, Ohio. Our facilities for manufacturing are so great (our works beinjf situated on the banks of the Pennsylvania canal) that we can aril as low, if not Imoer, than the inferior Iron is eold at in Cleveland. We would invite Steamboat and others interested in the Lake trade, lo our very superior make of CHAIN CABLES and AN- CHORS, of all Bizes. We also keep on hand Window Glass, White Lend, Tin, Copper, Sheet Lead, Boiler Iron, Rivets, Ac. Bar Iron of all sizes, and Boiler Iron and Firebred Iron, of any size or thickness, made to or SPANG CO., Pitfsburgli, Pa. C. Attorney and Counsellor at Law. iff, T. Will attend lo all new for Ihe late firm of Upbain Wuhvurlh, at tht olfice recently ihem. Antust 2d, 18-1L _________ ___ ___ _____ _____ J. E.ARNOLD, Attorney al Law and Solicitor in Milwaukic, W. T. "W. W. KliLLOGx'S, Attorney Counsclloi iind Sn'ii itor, JiHti. e of the Peace- Kast Waul, Milw.-iikie. %V I February 1840. b-lv JOSHUA HATHAWAY, General Land Aiscnv, unu Deputy Surveyor ol PuWic Lands, has resided in since a general otnile.s to the lands purchased at the early s'ales.and ofthe face of the country; will p.iy l.ixe-. or render any olher service iisii.illy d'.-sired ol an Agent.or Surveyor, in any patuillhe les- rilory, on reasonabie lerms. Itffrrs in IJon.H. O. ailpinj Washington, D. C W. P -Hajlet, E-iq., J New Yln k City. H. H. Elhoi, Ksq, J Milwaiikie, Jannaiv, 1811. ____ WISCONSIN MARINE INSURANCE Jfice on Wisconsin iloor the PoslOtlice Milwaukie. DK'AJ., L.VSK, at the request nf many of his esislern friends, hiis roitiint'iirrd the praclice of Medicine, in Milwaukiiviii't cnn be fuund in the liasement story of L onildmir, on Water-st., or at in Mr. Uolser's building, hsick ofll'.o I'ost Ollice, where he will be in rt; ulnu'.ss to attend to the calls of those who wish his services, Milwunkie, Jan. 1st. If 10 _ RL'l r CADY l-'ARWKLL, Copper, Tin Sheet Iron Ware, anil dealers in Stoves, Hollow AY are Castings, INaijs, CARY TAYLOR, Dealers in Clntlu and Wearing Apparel of every description.____ i. A.. ARNOL1> Co, Dealers in Dry Goods, Groceries, Cioekcry, Hard Shoes, etc. PREDERlck'WARnNER, in Ory Gouds, Hardware, Groceries, Drngi, Mcilieines, Oje VVooJs, Dye Stufls.Painm, CHl.s, Pmty. Gl.'.ss.lrun, Nails, Stationary, ol l''asi Wa- ter and Michigan M., Milwinikic_ W._T.___ Attoruey anj Cottniiillor at L.iw. Pvaiiicville, W. T. F. Attorney al Law Office over Higby's Stoic, _ Milwaukie, W- T ___ LEVI BLOSSOM, Attorney and Coanssllor at Law, Land Agtni, ifcc. Milwaukie, W. ___ THOMAJ. NOYF.S, Jnslice of Ihe ne door West of the POM e ftjijwaukie, W. LEON A ui> i'. CUAUY Attorney and Counsellor and Solicitor anaCouDsellorin Chancery anaCoap-scllorin CJiance ry STOAV Attorneys Counsellors ,-itI.nw. A. H. STOW, _ _ L. J. H1GBY, Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Crockery, Drugs, Medicines Paims, OiK Dye Woods, Dye Suifl's Books and Sta- tionery: Ci'fncr Walei and Wisconsin Streets, JF1 LYNDE, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law and Solu-- itors in W. r__ LUDINGTON CO., Dealers tti Hard-Ware, Dry Goods ic., of Wisenn-jin and Water W. T._____________ P. S. CURIUEK, Surgeon Denlisl, over Jones Field's Shop, Milwaukee. ABEL BAILEY, Portrait Pafuler, in Henry linbbard's building, IB JTAMKKE best kind JL Cooking out, tor Hale bv FRED WAROS1SR of for >nU- by A- F. CLARKE CO. JW3. D' vv- BAYLIES, has lii lien a shop opposite Mr H iK's JiOQKSTORK, Water-Si., ami will ._, pm in goo'l warrantable urdur, ailWrileht'S.C.ocks, and Music Boxes-left wilh him Jewelry, and She'l C.unbs lepairedin aa woikmantiku inan- nei 11 10, 28, 1.-2.________________ subscriber has removed his old sland to the West Ward of 11 ira u Ii to, near the liakery and Saddle inul lluruess Makers, where he will keep constantly on hand a choice assortment  V L. Ward, at prices gieru'y redne- eit from what ihey have ever before been offered in this matki'l. Persons will litul (heir interest greatly enhanced by callirig be I ore concliidintrthcm, as ihe subscriber pleds- es himself to sell iiny goods hehas, TEN PER CENT LliSS :han t'hcy can elsewhere be found in this y. S. D1LLAYE. Milwunkie, 1313.________ W'A1U3 HOUSE following described Goods will'be sold for charges, at Public Auction, nn (he Isi day of April next, at thr Ware-House of W. W- Brown, if noi previously sealed: A Gnelt, 1 SBallard, IChcsl; E H, 1 box; 1 barrel; R Sears B Hum- ph rev, 1 c.ibli' chain, t anchor and 2 large blueks; A Lewis, 1 threshing machine; HB Smith, 1 i.ox; C J Tine, 1 dry keg; C Keneda, 1 box sumiries; R B Mussou, 1 box saddles; J Heath, 1 dry barrel; G W Siarke, 1 chesl; J O Morse, l> bivxos do wts; J Bates, 1 bundle bed steads; D W Kellogii, 1 box clocks, box wts.; M M Jockson, 1 huyebox; S P, Ibox, 11 chairs, 2 bed slc.nds.l Alex Sill, 1 overcoat; Tho's Kvims D Jiinnnn, cheslsand I churn; Corn- wall, 12 chairs; A Gkisgow, Isein; T Bucking- ham, 'J chests, 1 small do, 1 ba- H Blancli- anl, 1 brl water lime; Maxwell Smith, 1 bale goodsjJa's H Fuller, 1 chest tools; A W X, 6 buxes, S plows; J Johnson, 1 large box; Geo James, 1 box; Rev S Perry, 1 do; Mrs Tall, I h'fbrl, 2 'i bundles b'edding, 1 brl, 1 lea keltic, d jugs, 3 chairs; J A Ritler, 1 wagon, 1 box sund's; W Cnlc.er, 0 boxes goods; J B Per- ry, 1 box books; F Minor, 1 dry brl, 1 bundle li'oes; K Seely, 1 threshing machine; Joseph Pot- lelt, 5 bales liops, 1 firkin, 13 chairs, 5 boxes, 'i bundles bed Meads; W P Ruftglcs, I large wag- on, 1 chesisund's; Mrs Pollard, I cnsk, 1 basket. 1 brl; C P H, 3 pieces ware; II G Smith, a boxes furniture, 1 bundle bed steads, 1 do furnilurc, 1 plow, 1 brl; Peier MHC- ,'iev, i b.iles wool; H Carler, 1 box furniture; Jalnes Young, 1 large plow; E Churchill, 1 box MOFFAT'S VEGETABLE LIFE MED IC1NES possess qualities of the most mild and beneficial nalxire. They are composed o I articles ihe mostunti-pnlrescent, combined wilh ingredients known as the only certain antidote for levers of every dcscripiion. When ihe dis- ease is produced eilher from cold, obstruction, bad air, swampy and camp sipations, or putrid tninsmi, whe.lier malignant or epidemic or by other causes, these medicines are certain in their operation or eil'eels. They are possessed of pe enliar qualities, which not only expel all dis- ease, but at the same time restore and invigorate ihesy.slem. When first taken into the stomach lliey'imuiediately ilidusc themselves tike vapo through every pore, producing effects at once permanent. When the sprak of life begins lo growdim, the circulation languid, and ihe faculties paralyzed, ihcse med- icines are (onnd lo give a tone to the nerves, ex- hilarate the animal the body, nndre-animale the whole man. THE l.IPt: AND PHOBNIX UITTEIIS have als-o been used with the mos riappy success in Nervous and Dj-spcptic tlis eases, Consumption. Asthma, Liver Complain inrlammaloryJDrop sics, Bilious Fever, Fever and Ague, fraia Ike Xmn Tforli Sun. Dit, MOKFAT'S PHOENIX addilior. o tlie nniuerou.s r.nd strong -.estimoniais of the ulmir.'ble elliciicyiif Dr Mofliil's Pnounix Bit- ers, almosi daily appear in ihe public irints, we lake p'easnre in addingonr own iium- )le (.'ommetulati'on of ils merits, it having beea used in the IVimily of cue of ihe editors of this laper, with a result wholly unlooked :'or, and which many other popular medicines, sevcrinelv and faithl'iilly applied, had wholly lecl to produce. We tlierelore heartily re- commend it, particularly wilh pains in the bieaator bide, and general debility. Extract fi om a letter !rom Craig arid DnfTm Agents for Ihe Life Medicines at St. Joseph Fknida, dated Nov. tlOtli. 1S.J9. Tlie wilier of this re- lumed from a journey U> north some five weeks since, and from the king and i'uiigning travel, having to pats through Augusta, Talla- hassee, and oilier places ijiiilc sickly, I foul ratt- ed a severe BILIOUS FEViiR, I'm which I was treated as is customary, with calomel, arid which upon convaloeing left ihe liver in a verv lorpul s-ialc, so much so that U did not throw out a sniltoicney til'bite u aid digestion, nnd Ihe consequence was ihat the least thing I ale produced a most violent tit ofeholic. libund immediate iclicf by ui'jing a few doses oi'yoai valtKible Life, Mi'ditines; r.nd from this Iwnefi- cial Jesuit from their use. lam willing to sub- sci ibe to the and deserved character which the. Li.'e have g'nir.eii both here and in oilier places as an excellent family medicine Yours very truly, CllAIG DAFIN. 'C-rThe above nicr.lit_incs are 1'ur whole Sitie.uid retail ;.l WM. BHOW.V Co., Milwau- kee, W.T. Sly MISCELLANY. From [he Porthmd Tribune. THE WIFE OP A SHOEMAKER. "1 can always sinetl a shoemaker if there is one in ihe said'ihe proud and fashionnbic Eliza--------, whose wealthy parents had brought her up in the foolish principle that labor was de- grading. Her ideas had been cast in such a mould, that when chance threw a mechanic or a farmer in her way, she endeavored by her acls or her conversation, to convince him that she was his superior. Indulged wilh all that wealth could bestow, the haughty girl had no wish un- gratified, A desire was simply expressed and her request was granted. Others attended to her wants, io lhat up not only wholly unac- quainted with domestic affairs, bul she could ncjl do common sewing. When in company, the proud girl took particular pains to show her con- tempt for the worthy mechanic, by making SOQIC improper remark, or not deigning to cast upon him a single gracious look. It waa at a public house wheie a journeyman shoemaker happened to be present, lhp.i Eliza made the remark always smell a shoemaker." i, I car The words were addressed lo a young woman who expected to become the wife of the very mechanic but she fashionable, did not detgn to reply, but turned the conversation to some more profitable topic. How unstable is property The man who to- day rides, in his carriage, the possessor of mill- ions, to-morrow may be a bankrupt. Events which ihe most pruiienl cannot foresee, nor the closes! calculator guard ajdinst, have unexpec- tedly dashed Ihefoudcsi hopes and sunk the larg- est property. It was so in the case of the fnther of Eliza. When in the full tide of prosperity, adding riches lo riches, and never dreaming thai life would be any thins bat sunshine, a daiit cloud suddenly overspread his skv. His exten- sive wealth was swept almost instantaneously from his grasp, ami he became a poor man. His house, his carriage, his splendid fnrnilnre was lakcn from him. and ihe possessor of n ftmnne became a beggar. The gorgeous palace ex- changed for a servanls were dismissed, anrj !he delicale, the proud Eliza was the daugh- ter of as poor a father ah ihe humblest mechanic of her acquaintance. Pool girl! it was an nw- iul stroke lo her. She had lived as if riches had no wings, but were as permanent as her family name. With new erroneous ideas, totally un- prepared for such a sad reverse of fortune, il came with ten fold more poignancy. Tne shoemaker married ine girl" of his choice woman who considered il an honor lo be the daughter of a hard-woikiug mechanic and the wife of journeyman. He menced business for steady, indus- Irious and economical, and as a mailer of course succeeded well, and lived comfortably and ccn- teniedly. In a few years he purchased a small bin convenient dwelling, and by ihe prudence of his wife anil his own industrious hnbi'.s, became an independent man, and lives as happy as mortal could wish. It a bitter cold clay in the c.epth of winter, Beef 1 yes why, there sartinly was some beef tiiatweeft; and, lei me see, we had iwo green 'uns, and no less than three iuekies Commissioner And pray, sir, what is a green ;un t Jemtny lioslcins Vy, a hiinfortunale pi-r, to be sine; a pig as don't 'die a naiteral violent one as goes off wi'.hont being slicked. (Laughter Then how does il die Jemmy Hoskins Oh, warious ways. Some- limes a pig gets the measels, and sometimes tuey gets smothered, and dies ihat way. (Great symptoms of nausea in court.) surely you don't use such unwholesome sniff for Jemmy sir, we chops'em up for wots werry bnd indeed, we makes inio saverlors and Gar- mins. We seasons up all on 'em vrtll, and dries 'em over biunin'sordusi! my word, you rre a clever fellow. Pray, wh.it do you mean by ihe courl what lucky is. Jemmy lucky, sir, is a oss ns meets with a haccident in ihe as break in' a leg, getting a shaft inn inlcr Ii I in, and sich likes. (Laughter.) We're sure io buy him cheap, cos he must be sold. Meal's beauti- ful, wouldn't know ii from ox or beef. Why, we picks onltlie prime pans fnrlhe cheap soup-houses and pie-shops. (Roars of lanpliter.) Mr Thomas Tubbs, and what do you lo all this 1 Say, sir, (s.iid Mr. say, as how this ere man's a lying wanninl. The werry last day tis> he lefi me he spiled about three hundred weight of stuff. stuff! Mr. the sassage muut, lo be sine. Instead of running ihe proper likcr inter the skins lie run'd in cold water, nnd, in course, ihe snssingers hndn'i pot no lasle nor flavor in 'em at all. (Laughier.) hear ihis, Mr. Jcmmv Hoskinsl Year him (snid Jemmy, cour.e, I years him. The as he speaks on I was jroin lo fill liie sldns, and he corncs up lo me, and, taking a handitil of snssaee meat, he smells to il, and then, a shnkii.' his head, he ses, ses he, "thisyore's rnyiher tooslrong; you'd belter give, il a rinceovur wilh ihe iicker in the bilers." "Why, lluu'.s for making kelcli- ses I, "and that's my make catsup from wrt- thai horseflesh has been boiled In 1 Jemmy sir, ihebest mushroom ketchjp'in the world, (ilo.irs A fat sleek-headed juryman here turned very sickly. Jemmy Hoskins sir, nobody knows  1 P O H T A >f T TO MARRIED LADIES'- DR.Hb'LL'S ABDOMINAL ap- paratus uniformly cures lulling of the womb, and removes many weaknesses incident to the married state. It ia applied as an article of dreHs i any lady can lit herself without recourse to n surgeon, oil reading the pamphlet written by Dr. Hull, accoinpunying each instrument. The Supporter hiia attained u very high char- acter in .Europe, as well as this country. It is adopted to the entire disuse of pebsariea and nil oilier pamfiil surgicnl expedients, in the lyiiijj- in hospitals of London and Paris, it is uni- versally recommended in Europe by medical men oi the highest rank. In this country it is sustained by the leading mcir.hers of the tucul- tics of Colleges and Hospilals, and by all the eminent private praclilioners. Ujp The Trusses and Supporters of 0r. Hull's invention, continue to receive my decided pref- erence. For twenty years past I have em- ployed the Ti asses of Dr. Hull with success. The. Supporter wns invented in by the Doctor, with my advice and approbation; and I am happy to say that it is extensively adopted in Europe as well as in Ihis country. (Signed) VALENTINE MOTT.M. D. New York, July 1, 1841. Ujp The ubove article, together w'llh a general assortment of Hull's single, double and clcil dren's Trusses, kept constantly on hand, by A. F. CLARKE Co. July Sole ajrents for Wisconsin Milwaiikis, Jan. 34, 184 LIVERY STABLE. NEW ESTABI.ISUMKST The subscribers hnve tak- en the Stnblea in the rear of the COTTAG1 INN.aud now prepared to furnish the public with ev- ery convenience n-hii'h properly brlongs to their line of Their Horses Imvc.been selected with grvnt ears, and are well filled for ihe Saddle or Currinpe. Their carna-fCH arc in jjnoil order, nnd such. should belong to an estnblinhnient Ihe kind. Person-) wishing to no into the interior ofthe Territory can be furnished with to their liking, nnd AM. who may tavor them with their patronage nhnll have no cause of coro- nlaint, eilhor on account of accommodations or Milwaukie, NOT, I, 18M. CARTER'S BOiNE AND NERVE LINI- medicine, which ia rarely equalled, and never surpassed, is well worthy the attention of tlie public. It is aKlonitliing iiow relief is obtained by its timely appli- cation, and cures performed when butatshadow of hope remains. Farmers, nnd all thoie who have the care of Horses or Cattle, will find it fur superior to any olher Liniment or Opodel- doc, in removing Sprains, ai tiny kind, Corks, Scratches, etc. Cttloui Lumps of several years standing have been en- tirely removed by perseverance in the use ol this Liniment. In Rheumatism, the moot ob- Btinate of nil chronic complaints, it line seldom failed to afford relief, and in connection with proper internal medicines, will mostly effect an entire cute. Fur sale by A. F. CLARKE Co. 23-ly WlioleMle_JJrnggisU, Milwaukie FOR A COLD. you afflicted with a Cold, Cough, Hoarseness, Pain in the Breast or Side, and difficulty of Breathing; Asthma, rest- less niwhts, or any ofthe above symptoms? If so, why not use CARTER'S COMPOUND BALSAM UOARHOUND, which has releav- ed so many hundreds 1 It costs but twcnly- fivecenta a bottle. Remember these symptoms if neglected, too surely lead lo Consumption nd to dentil. Certninly it is worth n Forsale by A. F. "CLARKE CO. Sole AgenU, Milwaukie. when a female, poor and called al tl-.e j -.grced'to dwelling ofthe tnechanii; begging for a liitiens- sisfiiice. She was the once haughty Eliza-----. The benevolent wife of the ineehanic took pily upon her, and being in want of help took her in- to the fnmily. Noiiiing hard was pal upon her lo do, while she of ten ir. tears expressed hergrat- iliule for ihe kindnesses received, and regrelted from her heart the fully of her early days. 'If I had my life to live over she ofttn said, 'I would early accuslom myself lo labor, and do all iu my power lo elevrue Ihe mechanic.' Eliza lived in this pleasant for some time, during wnich she become acquainted wilh n journeyman slioemakei in ihe employ of her friend, and linnlly became his bride. learned a useful lesson by her inisfcriunes.liiiza made a p-udem and industrious wife, and now lives coniioiiabiy- anJ happily. Whenever she hears a yonngan'd thoughtless speak in lenni of contempt of an indiistiions meehai.ic, or sees him shunned on account of his freckled, -siir.- brcwned face, and calloused hands, she adminis- ters a gentle reproof, and relates her own expe- rience. From this story many a pampered devotee of fashion may learn a profitable lesson. It' you arc borne along by Ihe tide of successful pi asper- ity ,a re indulged by injudicious parents in nil the luxuries and'extravagances and follies of life, have an eye, we pray yon, io the f'uiure. Trust noi to uncertain riches, but prepareyoiirs.'lvcs SEDUCTION, ABDUCTION MURDER. A case involving all of ihe above crimes nnd hoi rors has caused great excitement in Philu- de'.phia. The nclurs nre all said to be respect- able. We condense from the Philadelphia papers the principal particulars. 1; appearslhat a young man named Hutchison Herberion, had be'jn in the luibil of vHling a Miss Sar.ih Mer- cer, bul not nl UK- residence ol her f.ulier, in Uiieen boluw r'rcnl street, Southwark. lie I'onuer! an intimacy wilh her at one of those evening parties wl.'ich arc considered by many innoceni amusement. He wns of prepossessing manners, and of re- spectable connections, and hsd nshe-ed himself into liar i'arnily and gnine.1 her alieclions. She was of excelling beauty, lich, and only sixteen years oJ age. her all'eftious lie con- for every emergency in life. Learn to wo.'kj suminaied his diabolical resulted and not lo depend upon servants to make your ir. his dealh and disgrace of belli families. your floors and darn yoiirstodnngs. On Monday morning :hc (iih insl., Miss Mer- Aboveali, do not cs eem lightiy those worthy cer wns missing at her fathci's house, she had and honorable young men who suslain them- lefl tlie home of herchiidhood anil respectability, selves and help support their aged parenlsby ihe and alt searcl ing for litr was vain ntiiil Wed- of their own hands, while you eatess and nesday evening, whan she wns found in a house receive !o your houses those lazy, in Pine street two doors from Twelfth, kept by who never Itf: their fingers (o help (neui-sslves, I a woman of iu famous notoriety. She as long as ihey can keep body and soul together, sitting in a large, stuffed chair, by a gentleman and get fuiuUsnfticienl lolive in the fashion. It who persuaded her lo rclnrn home, winch was you are M-ise you will look al this subject 'n l'ie lipht that we when you are old enough done alter considerable reluctance nn her part, she fearing to meet a liisjjnnorcdjfamily. Slieat tu become wives, you will prefer the honest me- length stepped into the wailing tleigli, and ere chanic wiihouta cent to commence life, to ihe many minutes slie was home uncemore. Yonn. _____......-i___roned. Thelalher did all in his power in 'en property left tu children by wealthy pa- j furin a union between his daughter and tlcrber- rents turns out lit be a curse instead of ton, bul ihe latter declined fur reasons which Young women, remember this; and instead of j can never be IfnoM-ii, as lie has died. Young Mercer finding Herberion inexorable determined upon revenge. On Monday morning, a thort lime afier his sister eloped, Singleton Mercer boiiplii a Yankee :evclvinji' pistol (noi with six barrels, and watched for the adventurous young man up sounding the purses of your lovers, and examin- the cut of ilieir coats, look into iheir habits and hearts, Mark if they have trades and can depend upon themselves, with minds that will lead them lo look above a butterfly and if so, always give preference lo them. Talk not abort the beautiful white skin and the soli lo Friday night, al which lime he' found him iii hand and splendid form, and the fine appearance of the young no; these foolish considerMions engross your thoughts. On ihe a carriage on board of the John Fitch. It appeared on evidence alibi- hearing before the ir.agistrale, that ihe libertine was on his road lo conlrary, let a _healihy constitution, a sipui Gst theconntrv, intending to slay until the sad affair and a brown skin, accompanied wilh a virtuous gained a nine day's renown, and then purposed deportment, induce you to make ihat choice reluming, Mr. J. C. Vandyke, his legal advi- which will result in your future happiness. scr, was in the crrripge, bul getting out as ihe boat was about entering the slip at Camclcn, Mr. Mercer stepped from his place of ainbnsh, and fired his pistols, four barrels of which exploded, and ihe fifth snapped. Ills very'difficult to as- certain which of the shots wns effectual, two oi the balls went through ihe woodwork and two FAl-VHA'G, iV'C. have a shop in tlie _ basement story of the building on Water st.. one door north of Shepardson's Iron Store nnddirectly opposite Deweys Comineroiad Bl'k where they would be hupp'y to receive orders for House, Ship and Sign painting, paper hang- ings and imitations of word and marble. From their experience in the business, and their per- sonal attendance, they hope to merit mid re- ceive a share of the public T. D. BUTLER Co. Milwaukie, Ocl. 5, 1847. From Ihe London Eu-.ulay Times. THE MYSTERIES of SAUSAGE MAKING IN LONDON. Everv it has been observed, possesses 'i i> i r m L r.1 zr lo t I u I vnign WULI nuin uuu its peculiar faculty of eaung. The 1 artar quaffs lhh lllc )ealher Dof (he and only his bowl of mare's milk, the Hindoo relishes as- I one producing the desired effect. The salcEiida a dencate young lady of Canton picks entered the back of the shoulder, passed ihe ribsot a puppy, an Indian ai ihe north pole ;Jirongh ,be shoulder biade, the left lobe of ihe turns up his nose at sugar, a Neapolitan delights heart, lodging in the skin'on ihe in bis yard of maccaroni, and a Greenlander 0 M-de ancl 01, its grazed the rejoices in blubber and tram oil; a dandy oi the jb The victim never spofee alierwards, Land's End plunges with serene courage ne Rroancd audibly, and whoa found was in a Ihe bowels oi a. Cornwall pie, and nothing more delights your genuin sausages, or a surfeit remote as. the days of matter and ihe black-. duced inio ihe comedy of ihe Knights. Our re- rifl d gun sho, porter furnishes a sample of a Luudou sausage Hjs alld imperial, which he wore in maker. Jemmy Iloskins, a gentleman wearing a red cap, a remarkably greasy flannel jacket, and immensely :hick grey overhaul Blockings, ap- peared to sustain a claim 18s 6d, against Thomas Tubbs, a wholesale dealer in beef, and pork black-puddings, saveloys, and young Germans. It is impossible to say which was the dirtiest, ihe plainliff or defendant; Ihe whole ot the auditory very poliiely and readily made way fur llie savory venders. Ihisclaim for, sirl Jemmy makin' o' sauengere, sir. mean forspileinon 'em Jem- my. Jemnvy Iloskins spilo you afore I've done. Do you mean to say ihat this is for Jemmy sir, for one week, in vich 1 made a matter o' three :on o' sasMDgers and young Garmins. (Laughler.) ions of sausages and young Germans'! Why what do you mean Explain yourself. How did you make theml Jemmy your honor mean what on did we make if I was to tell ihat, why, (Laaghler.) you are bound t.i answer anything I ask. From what did you manufac- ture so many sausages, and ycang Germans, as you call iheiBl Ofbeefl "BeefT1 said Jemmy Hosltins, reflectively, life, had been sbnved off, it is thought, for the purpose of avoiding detection. A posi moriem examination 'was mndc by Drs. Vandyke and McLellan, of Philadelphia, Cooper Miiltard and Mayor Fisler, of Camden. There was bul linlc blood visible, externally, bat about a gallon escaped from his heart, and was confined to the chest. The wound was small, caused by a ball very li'.lle larger than a buck siiot. Mr. Mercer's eyes were blood-shot, nnd occa- sionally his whole frame shuddered there was a sort of wildncss in his look (hat seemed unnal- ural; he wa.s sitting on a chair pan ofthe lime, while his victim lay ai his feel; he was mnna- cled, though he offered noi tu escape. At the hearing on Saturday afteinoon, he declined answering any questions, by the advice uf his counsel, P. llnbbel, We understand ihnt :he counsel which has {been .engaged for him cor.sisis of Mr. H. and Mr. G. M'. Dal as. The prisoner wascornmitled to ttie Woodbury jail to answer ihe charge of "wilful murder." Young Herberton was ID his 23d and we believe that Mercer is under 20. The of Herberton is now at Ihe residence of his moth- er, No. 77, north Kimh street, and his funeral will lake place ihis Monday afternoon at half- past 2 o'cluclr. He was the son of the late Dr. John C. Herbenon, of this city. The slory is full of goleinn and awful warning. Idleness, has, in this mailer, been the parent ol'moie than one frightful crime. A LESSON ON MATRIMONY. And what a pily, that in this society there many bars lo this holy union, and that many live on, week after week, singly, and io far less happy linn they and ought to be. We feel deeply and sirongly upon a subject, and have thought of it much and ufum. There are hundreds of young men in this city, way qualified for ihe West esiace of matri- mony, who are wearing Iheir lives out solitary and alone. Fortune, pride, and necessity, all causes arising from an artificial Male of society, are in the way of their happiness. So wilh the girls. How many thoasnnds of lovely, warm-hearted, kind beings, are deprived of those sweet sympathies and ooiayracnis which make life a scene of comfort and happiness! If the young man ia rich, he carefully watched, that he doet not male below hi! situa- tion, and by such foolish, fastidious-ness, selfishnass. kept from marrying ai all, or is bar- gained offby his relatives, and untied lo one for whom he has nn affection. The heiress, too, is taught that on no account musttha below her; and nine times in ten, a fortune ft the forerunner of blighted affec- tion and broken where there is a bean to break. Those of moderate means are struggling for posilion, and anxious on each side io marry above them; while (hose who are poor, n re- forced to remain apart in fear ol becoming poorer. Such is the picture of our society, nnii il is all wrong, all no! at all w'hai it should be. The only course is nn nller disregard of dol- lars in an affair of ihe heart. Whenevcra young man can support himself, he can support a wile for the saving of such a the pru- dence il promotes, the ambition nnd iudusiry ii occasions, and the character and credit it gives a man, will moreilian counterbalance the addi- tional expense. Lei be no object. Il is well enough io have them, but Ihey should be no consideration, We know'ihai women aretiencrally unselfish in mailers of the heari. They are the lasi in weigh a lover's purse and where wealth wed.s wilh honorable poverty, it lends to eqtnlize so- ciety, and is often ihe most hlesscd union in the woitd. Bul let matrimony be and of all the thousands we. are daily meeting in ihis ciiv young, beamiful, wilh hearls melting wiin tenderness, and longing for happiness, we hope to sec none remain old m.iMs but such as art- perfcclly coniemed with such a lol, and willing tn make baby caps for other people's children. Daily American Citizen. You.va Think of .lie lime thai you lii- lle away After ihe labors, nnd dunes uf ihe Jay are ended, how do you spend your evenings 7 When business isdull, and leaves at your dispo- sal many unoccupied ho.irs, what disposition do yon make of ihem 1 I hnve known, and now know many young men, who, if Ihey devoicd to any scientific, or literary, or professional pursuit the lime they spend in games of chance, loung- ing in bed and in idle rise to any eminence. You have all read of the Sexton's son, who became a line astronomer by spending a short lime every cveningin gazing on ihe.siars after ringing (lie tell for niiu: o'clock. Sir Win. fhinps, who al llie age of forty-five had attained 'he order of knighthood, am" the office ol sheriff of Now England, and governor oi Massa- chusetts, learned io read nnd wriic after wa.s eighteen years old, and vrhiKi learning theliade of a ship-capemer in Bo-ton William Clifford, the great Editor oi ihe CXn.irier'y.wns an appren- tice lo a shoemaker and spenl Iiis leisure hours in study. And because he had i. eilher pen nor paper, slate nor pencil, he wrought oui his prob- lems on smooth leather with a blunted awl. David Riilenhouse, ihe American asironomer, when n plough bay, was obfcrred lohave cover- ed his plough and the- fences with figures and calculations. James, Ferguson, ihc grt-aiScotch astronomer, learned to read by himself, and mastered the olemcnts of astronomy whilxl a shepard's boy, in the fields by nijjlil. And, per- haps, ii is noi too much lo say, that if the hours wasted in idle company, in vain conversation :u i he tavern, were only spem in ihe pursuit of knowledge, ihcdullcsl appieniice in any of your shops, nu'glil become an intelligent member of soeieiy, and a fit candidate for mosl of your civil By such a course the rough covering of many a youih might be hiid a.side; nnd ihcir ideas, instead of being confined lo local subjects and professional miglii range throughout tliewide field- of crealion. The editor of ihe Baltimore American, in nn arlicle referring lo the imposing scenes reeemh- enacted (.n the floor of Congress the presenta- tion nf ihe sword of Washington and ihe cane of Franklin indulges iu the following rcmarlts: Ii is well that ihe mind of llie nation lias been thrown back, ihouglt bul lor n moment, lo ihe times ami to the men connected wild the achievement of our independence. It is giori- ous lo humanity Ihat such men as WASHINGTON and FHANKUX have belonged io the race, il may well be a mailer of peculiar pride lo us thai they were American? ihe fiiM born sons oj the He- public. over ihe dull average of human existence one almost duiibi the records of' history and fjucsiion wheiher such men did really ever live Arc (here any like Ihemnowl Were they tin ly of :he same son ol de.sh and blood as o her men 1 The and the staff, which we are assured ihey once bore in their hands, may furnish tangible evi- dence such as men may fee) .ind cif ibe fact ihat such men did live. It is worih while 10 made a pilgrimage lo behold ihose to touch ihem. But have noi these great men leli nobler evidences ol their existence more .sub- lime memorials of theirlivi-s more holy relics 1 Let ihe free institutions ot America speak. For the true conservative elements of raiii.nal free dom, which alone they reverenced for ihe sound principles of human righisas blended hu- 111.111 duties, and inseparable in that connection for these, the objects of ihcir devoiion through life, il is for us to cherish ihatafTectionate reaard which is due lo the names of ihe men whose deeds achieved such a noble consummation of the hopes of mankind." The project of Mr. Linn, of Missouri, for the settlement of (he Territory of Oregon, we look upon as preponLcrouA. vVe go for a kind uf p.irenlal reservation of all lhal wild and rigid domain, as a source of national revenue lo some profligate adminiitration of our great grand children, in place of any practical lesions of polilical economy which they may draw from j a history of ihe lime especially if the j country is rich in all its niitnrnl wildnrss, will 11 be ii most precious inheritance, when allctic ihis side shall have beconn- one contiguous gar- den of agricultural pcrleetton. Let it be Ml us the last resting place oflhe piliablc remnanl of the race of beings llial now inhabit and i nut breed another long, bootless contest the merciless savage, by an infringement upon their natural rigiits lo that soil, and In which tlKy have been compelled to resort. Tlir pro- jecl is unnecessary, wild ,-ind speculative and in ils perfection would consume all Ihe revenue Ihulcan be derived from it. The im- provcrncntof a country should be only through tlie necessities "fan increasing population, and not (V-rccd by any speculative enterprise. We have Innd enough within tile pale of civiliza- tion, for the of millions yri unlmrn, without criminal colony of J by gratifying the Quixotic notions orScynlor Linn. This exceeds all Ihe plraiurable idens ofthe far Weil, and the associations of ered waggons, in ihe mighty ilride of Rocky Vlountmni, and n profitless life in t savage wilderness. Racint Advocate. RfsroHfitiiATY The Ohio Stafe Journal says, that no bill for the incorporation of turnpike or manulacinring companies, insu- rances, colleges, scientific associations, or foi purposes, is now permitted to become law; unless it has a section in il malcinR every bndv subscribing to the charter individually lia- ble fur the debts uf ihe incorporation. Ail the church bills before Ibe Legislature contain new feature. Love labor il yoa do not want it for food yon may for physic. recently on boiro iitr v. rttff prndencr During a mei'iing which 1 litwjfualuivs M ihe two men in irons CUM by working up tlw irons upon their wr'wti u possible, me-wing their hinds, with to Ihcir names. A by-slander, I moderate drinkw.WM also in viled li put down his name. >aid he, "I won't sway my When onr of Ihe men in holding up hands, exclaimed, "Behold li- berty have by drinking; we wentMJIora and put drunk, whrn we put in irons; we don't like such liberty, Con- sequently have just signed tbr Whit notions some people of liberty f Dim Mited with t bnd pain in his siomach the other night, tmt om of his bed to kick for his hot Proot the usual pluce on the he look out what he supposed lobe ruw of nfiei anoiht-r, he snapped off without IsVct, ami us threw down the hejrivevrntlahit vexation by "D.-mg   cuunl o'.' Ihe priijfreM llui hao tircn in in niur.nfuctiire ol )nn) oil. oslcblish- inetit in (hut cily phipped oil in llu> inu-illis to valupnl has fallen in then" in one y'nr from'jl BO lo 7J> and In New 'York lard 'oil lF HI H liiirher piice Ihsn nit. hiis orderi ironi KIMOOP for all Ihe tttaiint, article that remains nftrr oil Th's dtsRorvry opens a new mid hhirht rpoch iu the peeuniary protjiect of the West. Its bearing on the inlercil of (ho TI MfEHAtict HI. IUIIM no triflirg CDituidcratinn, as the fn- oftlie Went imyr be coiirrrted to profitable use, without heinjr turned into uoi- A MDVKTAIN or l'i Islam! of Ltpa- ri conlaitisa inoumain of white pumice, which, al a distance appears to Delivered wilh From this moM of ihe pumice of merce is procured. is rccommrndet1 in order lo butter in cold weather, to pour as much b.iilidf water inio ihe cream as will brinf- il lo ibe tern- peralun: (iCnnlit jusl fiom ilie cow, so inanaKcil says ;i wi itcr in the American Farmer, will rrijnire veiy liitle churninK, no olher accrues, exeejn lhal ihe butler will whilt for a d.ty or two. A wrii--r recommends, lhai when are kept nut In the winter il Is recommended as n useful lo nib some tar al tlie rooi ol the horn, which prevctiis ilia wcl from selling; between ihe rooi utiri ihe skin, find it is naid contributrs to preserve ihe healih of ihe animal, and 10 kerp It fiom various Uit- cases la which it may otherwise be liable. The St. l.nniv Republican of the 3d "The Andilor ol'lhe Stsleof oliUinrd in oureily. draft nn the U. Slates, in Hpecic being a pnrtol the distributinn found So the democrats nre not rso jmlriatic to re- fuse what will help them to their dinners, if il does come from "Cliiy't odious land Bill." A couple nhniit to be miirrird, in Washing- ton coiiniy invited lite appniotcd tun hour, and prepared I lie tuipper, but in OM hurry, forgot to request Ilie attendance ol ft inmifter, which nnised unnoticed until the ap- proach nf ilie hour, when the bride bluihed, the gronm lonketl confimed, the gaeits tittered, inmixtcr wns Kent lor 1 A pretty little tirmiek-r of forteen wns pass- ing the street, a few days since, when nlie was hy a man, rslln-r w or fie for liquor, who inquirru if her mother w no nn she was "1 believe was the reply, "hut pray tell me if your lather was ns blue you are 1" Tn onswrr to a call from Con- gress the Seorelnry uf State- say" thai menl in in poiseniiion of no infnrinalirtn nfany negotiation or nvertnreti fnrlhe evasion of furiiin l.'y Mexico lo Knjnying it viliite Tran- ecripi RayK thai n tndy in a neighboring vi'.lajre, n recenl convert lo Ihc Miller llipory, cut up a ricli am) costly dresx, for kit- chen window curliiiis. fShe says, It's no uifo lo keep lliinjrs lo he burnt, up, we might wtll enjoy wliile tt lasts." Some prior nlilnr in Connecliciit must ra- ther hard run. Hoar Cuutt week's over, nnt) ilie way we've taken in rags nnrt musltrnt. ukiiiD it ciulion. also took in a havo eetrn it too, if comttaole hanil'm levied nn it. firing 'em in Ihe 'tight, friends, round the back way." A young fellow hy the name of Wisely, resi- ding somewhere "out in a fit of jeal- ousy recently attempted lo slab another by mine of Tnuwell. U seen) s that the yoouglady who cauned the dispute was "One who TfU-itelll" "How do yon e.ontrive to raise yonr a lazy taTern launder to an industrious thriving firmer. "Why said the Litter, "I put my ptnngli into the ground, and after it is broken up, I drop in seed, snd thus I raise, po- Intoen, wheat, cnrn. cahbnjrrs, and rent." Jnc wisilanrlin-r nn the piaizn at ia Lowell, Ihe other when John Raw up, snd afler looking al the puirlc board, which "Concord turned to Joe ind asked, "How f.ir is il lo C'onoord man who tendu the (fiiidr-bonrd is said Joe. "Ms." a urchin peepinif Iross he Ih Ihe lied am cold I want mon- cover on llie bed. '-IM still, my said the mctlier, "until your siitrr from has (at the comforter on Tor a buslle." That very fine Earthquake at Waihtnfloa cily has been hlnieti up. Il was something a- hnul an ice a eombuotion, tike thai which has been said times lo tube phice with coal, or soft sand stone rucks. laate cler-rynian was a yming Indy for rifbt lacinjr. Mild, 'ynii ennld nnl surely reflommena1 Uott lialtiti lo your parishioners.' cltrfynian smiled, "A Wnitliinf-lonian lint the if of their wrong. thinks itlei should spelled aid Canada and in population) bjth contain one million of ilhtbil- aKti. Two old maids of I.nwcll Mass. tn law about a cat. exiuiiel employed on both sides. (XT Boots for ladies art now of In-Ma rubber, requiring; neither lacirif (Mr bollOBiu, exactly fitting the foot. Where's the Cairo Bankt Ah, where is Cairo Cdiro in Bank W the Bank in Cairn? A Tht rtTei-ilnf Jackson's order of arrange ll ia rrcr.   

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