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Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - October 28, 1843, Milwaukee, Wisconsin ELISHA STARR, [IMTHI8 PAPER THE LAWS, RESOLVES, AND PUBLIC TREATIES OP THE UNITED STATES ARE PUBLISHED BY VOLUME VII. MLWAUKIE. WISCONSIN; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28 1843. EDITOR IMJMBER 6- Mniday MornliiJ, Oclooor 99 Duncan la cl'Cted lo Congress in ihe Ciucinnail district, and Mr.aiddioss in ihe I Cleveland dislrict. Cnyahoga, Summil, and Staik counties hai-egone whig; Lorain, Porl- and Columbia are Locofoco. Lickinjt co pnl in her heji licks nnd elected a Knox Lneiv, Lucas, whig. Reed receiv- ed in Erie eo. 1300 maj. "Wellington co. hos given about ISO Loco maj, Butler co. has elec- ted a whig Congressman. The whig canal comuiisMoiH'r lickst is as far as heard frum, a- head. SMALL POX. In Pittsburgh the whigsand nnti-mason-iquar VTe refer oor readers to the report of the relied and thereby elected the locofuco ticket. Bwrd Health, in .n.ither column. From j SHQW _A week ago last Saturday ii the determination of the Board to do their duly (he of Pojllt- fhilhfully, wi- predict a speedy termination of-------------------------- the disease in lown. The Start New York Her. aid, of ihe 20th tilt., re-asserts the exigence of this circular, as follows: "Some twelve mimfis since, secret govern mem fnsrruciions were sent to every consul arid The Trustees of our village seem to be tiding at the preaepl lime considerable effi- ciency While ihey are In ihc way of publi improvements, we would suggest the propriety j British employer on ihis continent, to spy itiio cf having a few lamps liahle.l on Water street, tognirleihe weary traveller from tumblineover j -phis j., now going foiward wiih ihe bovcs in a dark night. We would also re- j ereaicsi artiviiy, spreading iu ramificationsin- tommcnd the keeping of a night watch; the -.t-ctions eiainminaof evciy building on Walcr street, j .NEWSPAPER Coi the as security against fire, respecting stoves, pipe, Standard lately sent his boy on a col-.' other ieeii'n'g'iba'ti'that'or's'ilent chimneys, pound of caution if olten a f-rca: benefit lo a village. Some nniformiiy -.hon'til be adopted lo the distance which wharves should extend into the river. Unil'or- rniiv in ihcir construction, will add much lo the beauty of the water lo'.s in ihe tear. It is also Ciirrenily repnned that in some of ihe Mores quantities of powder kepi. You looting lonr. We two months since sent our b >y on the same errand. o both cases: "William with a bundle billi, starts on a collecting lour. He is faithful, indusirious I nnd has considerable experience thi-i way. He travels to a dozen different towns, and fur the sake of .seeing in erch town. sub-cribers ?oes a dozen mites He has in accuimls, all that l-avetbe authority had teller make some due, and travels iwo week-, usina every reasjn- ableexenion, nnd what is the result I He re s. fur own good and the good of tisc public. JI-NKAU vs. had partly promised a friend never to mention the name of1 turns, with perhaps twenty dollars, h.ilfol which is rtquire-l to his expenses. In addition to il-.is he furriis-hes ihc f-rntilving informaium that have- slopped because he dunned ihcm, and twenty-five dollars of Ihe unsetiled incur the request of a number of in-j hundred h.ive been cancelled by ihe b.mk. dividual, nicn.bcrso.Noonat.Vpaily, we publicity lo Mr. Juneau s letter, liopina lual u j at the office ancl settle may be lhe means of removing i'ic present in-1 when ihcv sell their wheat. TAry don't want to and plac ing fume decent an'l rrtjicctall! citizen of .Vlilwaukie in the Olb'ee. ft islhedo- ty ol Mr. Widtliffi- to encpilrc ihe rcarnns w.'iy Mr. Nuonan wnsappninicd contrary lolhc vvish- of itineiy-nijic-ftte Aitiidrcdttts ihe penfile cf Mil-.vaukie. Mr. Bryan, we have Htutcrsu.ocl nryctl the appointr-.cnt, bt'tN.use Nnunan had rc- cjinnii-nJeJ him asteir.g the man lo Micceid Mr. Wickiifl'r. Si.w Yuen We have received tlis firs', ninnher ot a paper under the bovt h'.'iul, tf.ab.isheil in Mew Yolk, Wm. L Macken- zie. It is nbly ediied, and veiy severe ag iin-1 Jl.iiiin V.in Bincn for ihe Presidency. Tie ediior (iro'.cs Ijy Mr. Van ISnrcti'B speeches, that he is Jic e-i aiisii'crju iiiul b.iuk man in Ihe United S.ates. It is Itue! A writer in the New Orleans Bulletin who subscribes himself "30 years, an says it) an arlicle upon the of'the Clip- per "The disaster on b lard the Clipper was occa- sioned by ihe want of w.iter in ilte boilers; no- ihtns more. Tl'ihe engineer h. id Hied tne gauze cocks, he would have found it so, sud tii.l raised Mmm urifil he ptinipeil up. 1 suppose the ieaktd out in ihe uijjhi. orsonie scoundrel let it ofT It is a notorious Inet ll.ai no will burst if ihe water cover? the flues; even a e is- wife as lona as there ispkniy ol wiitci in it, ns ihe old luw-bo.iis Wheat d in Wisconsin is- said to be worth more pel busl.el liian lhal raised in II- J.IJIES U. VIMVAIID was Hied al Monroe, G'ein county, ivei k beloic- Inst, the murder of ArnJi. The jury, after an absence of i.bo.it o :e hc'tir, rcttn ned a v el did of nol guilty. iCDt.rj Mr. Larabur r.n neiion ngaiuvi Capl. of lhe Piopi-lli-r Pulcr in iinnVft, IP! his passa.jc m'.ncy b.io' and H-COV- The tcf. liul- -vi.h a freight and ple.iiy ol sii for Mtlwaukic. A short distiiiicc Irnn UulTah) he met a p.ile which dismasted l.ir and drove her lo It was pru- We et.py the above from the Mikvanltie Tlcr- ahl. Il'thfi of thiii payrr h.-.s been in ihe h.iMt ol'hjnKino' the enninereial repuris ihe K.i-lein papers, he i-iust have seen ilia! pine, unmixed Illinois Wheat has been ,n the nl t'-e inariiet. The siaicmciti is niiolher ol the t: 1) es 'hf disutij4Uisheci clstss ol'persnns, ihe isconsin runncM. Bnt we do nut bclh'ie lli.ii fiiend ol'tiio Herald has dune us inlen- al mjiisiice. We our informnlijn from a Chicago W t TO THE PUBLIC. To qne who 1.- unused 10 such ihinzs, as lam, anewspapei i-omroversy is by no means agreea- ble; and particularly nol vhen In .-ell-di-fence, a person Is eompelled to enter into a contest of Ihe kind wiib an individual I'roni any assoeialion with whum In ordinaiy life, nr even Irorn whose touch, one acquainted with history and char- acter would be disposed to nun as from the ap- pearance ot a viper fn his pain. The hissing of a reptile, and ihe exhibition of its poisonous fangs, may provoke ihe placing of a heel upon its head, when ollnrwise ii might be permitted in drae its slimy length ihnniK'i life, and pursue lttf groveling course, without jceard or notice. I have been ihe subject of proscription: Of this, however, I was disposed in complain bill linle, t'eelinjr an assurance that my zens generally fully appreeidied ihe selfish and dishotiesi character of the mutive.- ofihose who were aeiive against me, an well as ihe in- justice of which 1 vim the subjeci in Ihe change thai was effected. All this was fully indicated by grjiillyiriK and emphatic condemnatory pub- lic expiession with reference to, and immediate- ly upoo my removal, and more recently by ihe not leiia gratifying result of n similar expression through Ihe medium of the ballot box. Bui af- ter having been the subject of unjnsi lion, those 111 rough whose immidmle agency Ihe thma wag accomplished, nol satisfied wi h the injury inflicted, now deem it proper to add inaiU, which jus Ice to If lequires.shou'd be notic- ed, even though ciimina from a source, which, tinder onlinarv circumstances, would very prop- erly be deemed rm of place, if not degradina, to cotilernpl. It is stated by Noonun in juslifjcaiiiin of the course of ihe Post Ofh'ce Department tow- ards n'e that my rercoval was nol based upon po- litical grounds, but lo matters connected with, or 'growing out of the management ofthe and ill proof of t his he refers to a teller from Mr. WiekliHV, addressed to a gentleman of the terri- toiy, in which a s-ifiiement of this kind is FIOITI whatever source charges Of ihe character alluded lo nriinnaied 1 leel ii due 10 myself to pionounce Ihem to have been nnd to be unquali- fiedly false, and to denounce the auihors and re- lailers (if them, whoever ihey may have been or m.iy be w he! her the nmjiinx mot a I nuisance who now repeats them, or the occupant of a hiith jn- dti ial station in the we.stern disirici, wl.o, I have been informed endorsed :hem, nnd used his in lluiMicetuproeme my removal and ihe appo'njt- ineni of the present incumbent, as slanilerers and knowingly and maliciously such. As to the manner in which my duties as were disch.itircd I h.ivcihe graiifviiigpubliu and nearly icstimony ufmy I't-ltow. citi- zens in the town, and while Jam proud lonlluoV lo this as a sulheienl pioof of ihe groundless- character of Ihe accusations me, so far "ihe mrinhffement t.ie odier wascuncerneil." lean also point to ih: t testimony as an indica- tion ol the public view converningthe "reasons" for my removal, and as an inJieaiion of me pub- lic sentiment with reference :o the tr.is.t- worthi- ness, Uic ehnrnctcr and standing nf'hc individu- al who was iippoinied lo succeed me. 1 am con- vinced Ih it my "emnval was principally, if not solely, lei be attributed lo to false charge m-.de to tae department lhai I 'a brawling 01. iv and thai the appoint- ment of No. .nan was efl'ei ied by hypocritical pmfesMoris on his pan of friend-hip hi Ihe ad- administration Ih.u he had fie- quently and most violemly ahusecl and by ass-u- rar.ees fro'n him lhai Ais services anc; those of his press shutltd be directed low.irds sustaining the interests of the adrniuisira'ion. Judging frum ihe zeal wish which h> IMS engagea in ihe (leO'tiee of ihe P. O ami the gener- al course of ihe sheet fimri whtch h" h.is but nomin.illv refired, since his iipp'iin mem, the ufosi which he leceived t Ifiee would seem lobe qui c: plain, while his disposiijon, for (lie purpose of reuiitiing ulnce lo iio (lip dirty work allolied to him, would seem to be equ.iily palpa- ble. self most decide f against me immediately be- fore election, and uRilnnhintty ased an influence agaihst me as lara.s he could safely do so. De- cepiion chaiHcterizes his eveiy movement, heavowsand glories in his shame. This ena- bled him to get office, and this alone enables him lo retain his deceptionsc intioi take where he is known His incessent pratlngs abtini de- mocracy ami his professions of regard for its in- leresls, as well as his pretended respect for the interests and righis of foreigners, are belied by his hollow and designing, as he is Known to be false, and trtarhtrous, and dishon- est. Although ht has succeeded in "gulling" Ih President and ihe Post Office Departmenl in reference to his i haracter, he cannot longer "gull" the public In this respect; and when I, in conclusion, pronounce him lo be a liar and an impiaier. I will be excused for the Kppareni harshness of my language, upon ihe ground ihal I merely einbudy and eipress ihe popular ment. SOLOMON JUMEAU. "There Is no serious question as to the Whig candidate. It is to be en- tiiilswtm ofperton-r'l we envy Aim the honor having awakened friends and kit I'.-fr more than we should thai of the of- fice iisf if, with which they are so earnestly bent lo adnrn and reward the closing years ol his po- I t'eallife. Tberei.ssome lit I tlle altcgwher Webster's friends in the making a feml of putting him forward as a competing can- didate forthe nominuiion hut it evidently means READF-PI, On Fridar, tht SSd ultimo, glmrdi Ualdwin, inn of O. Baldwin, ol' Chili, climbed it tree (nr the pur- pose nf honey. pur- n US feet from the ground, having firit put i rope round hit bndy and listened it tn tho iree, lie comraenoed culling the branch contnming Hi? Hallo! Hurra! Hurra I JVO VTbat 11 DOLE. HAR- A T the WISCONSIN S ______ ______ Ttu- it TRUNK MANUFACTOHY, nothing, more lhan an Mtempt lo answer al last j Many embrace opintong different from ih mi- nis own unanswered question, where he should commonly in order lo thow thai pro IMS iliul Ihe rigging of ihe vessel was not "inut" more liable lo accident In a Rale, iml ihnt the c. ptain railed to procure another vessel for ihe conveyance of hit passengers. A number o! other Mii'.s under the iaine ciicumbtances have brcn commenced. CoiTen c'lebraied copper rock, lias caused consider.iblt- la'k here in the of ihe WCM, has been removtd from the hnnki of the liver Ouionagon lo Deiriil. It wrictn Rbimi -1 Ion? and is valiifii at per cent. Mr: liidud Ihe rock and al grcal fX- ftn-c tuok it lo Detroit. j v SU.S.AIOK Wn n-.uch rrtrrel to henr that thc [Ion. L. F. Linr-.. Qrte.uf .Ih" U. S. Senators of Ihe stale of Missouri, in no mote. 'Ihe St. Lnn a Ariel of lhe inslrint died at St. Gcnevivve, unii had the I am nncorisTiorK of ever having, in the slight- est I'e-jreO] olnioxiou- to t'lech in ofiieo.ejieppi on a few occasions, when in ils we-'c detained for a few hours til -ilr eir.rtht? v i i-i In.lmi.n, 3 fd to of of family. lout on Hit1 and beloved by both political friends and opponents, pogspitsed of en-ry chivalrio virtor and adorned hy genius and meniiil cultivation of a high order, his me- mory witl be. cherished hy thousand-- with pride and affection. His luhors in the Sennit- in bo- jinlfof Missouri and her particular interests en- title him to lhe irriititnde ol'overy citizen of the fllnfej and in lomnjr him, she has truly lost one of her most nohlc sons." Dr. Hon-c, (lately married and abroad) has been slopped on the borders of Prussia by n Cnlonet order. At present he is at Baden JJiiuen. and Mr. Everett n engaged in a negos cinlii'n, thrmiirlj the Prussian Minister at Lon- the revocation of hn nmii anu-ide yratrrdayinuriiinir at the Frank- Ciihinet orrler, nml pprtnifsion for n simple e, liy eutlini; hin throat. Not bi-ing lie tried to cut hia aim off. Jhli- fail- in OHS fiiso. nnd in ypl alive RUMIKI eflpnble nf making >nmc COO pens in an hour with UK greatest ease. Parliamentary returns nt. test the fact that 183 toim of steel are annually used in the mnnnfrtnture in IF equivalent to of pens. So Al derlnn, in liis Trealne on oenn. ink anil paper Three preises ore in the firsi tocul nut flitt tecliona of uu-rl; anther pier- ces the holes and cuts the flliU; ,.nd the other rounds them into qu 11 farm After lieinir. ished and tempered, a pair r.f o'mchcra ndjuntii ami completes the thc tiling (such as it is) is done. Briz The Biig Effort Capt. Koop- man, sailed from New York on Fiidap forFlm- i fa( anchored ill ihe Narrows where she lem n'n- etf during the night on account ol head winds. Saturday Bjorr. ing she vvasc'iscovea 10 be on fire, and ihe could no' be gui nniler. The steamer WaTft went to her assistance, and soon infer an estpibei'on toorf pihi-e wiiicif entirely ae- s'roytd ihe stein and after deck of the nnd more or lest injured sonHfSJO or Sftjitrsons. but none of them dangerously. Cargo abd. a nil and exiei-sive lhoi> Ins ever been uft'eird Milwankie before, and ai a leduciiun (Voiniheir furmer very low pi cheap, cr cheaper lhan can be bought at any other establishment in t te country. We are pleased lo compare prices with East- ern Manufacturers, knowing that uur price-: are as low SB Easiern prices. limb nn wh eh he was standing (juve way. He Milwjukie, nearly opposite the 'Cnilaice Inn or innde a spring, in order, as supposed, to grata H riim'n ill Mill be found cvety m- nnothfr bmuch; but the rope slipped over hit In the line of the business, .ind more gene- bend and the unfortunate man fell. H" STUCK -i-............ i----- 20 leel from the tree wh'ch he lull cliuibed, be- tween two trees growinir from one rnol, forin- inc a trisnule, his head strikhiff n fag'. It is wnnderful that lie was not instantly killed, and still more so that lie yet survives; yet such is the fact, ihere is a prospect of his recovery. No bones were Democrat. One man mnrries a woman because she looks well when she never dances after- wards. Another marries becnuse (he lody hus a hansnmef'iot and marriage, he never lakes the trouble to admire. A third marries fur Inve, which wanes with lhe honey moon. A fourth mtrries lor manpjr, ftnds that his wife does not choose to die to complete his satisfaction. And a fiflti, being old in wis- dom, marries a young woman, who soon Jhe- cnmps a snituble match for him by growing olrl with priet. Thousands do wronit, because oth- eia have done the sume before them, upon the grand principle, thai many Marks mike a white LEATHER. We have Just received a large, general and well selected of Sole Leather, Upper Leather, Calfskins, Kip Skins, Sheep Skins, Linnics Bindings, Spatahtes, Peps, Hatness Leather, Bridle do., Hand do., Skirt- ing, Horsehide. itc. A-c. pnr.ieularly invile Shoerriakers, who are competent juriftes, lo examine our siocic leaiher, and the prices, before purchasing eUc- where. A fine lot of Ox and Cnw of lhe brs! quality, from the smallest u the largest in use. Any quaniilyof plastering h.tir, fresh from ihe mint. Trimmine and TJpholilery work done wiih nnd despatch. Materials always on hind Curled Hair. Moss, India Rubber Hair Cli'lh, N. B, Cash paid for Green and Dry Hides, .11 all limes. WHEELER CURTISS. Milwaokie, Sept. 35, l-i-13. Godey's Ludy's Book for 1844. KDlTF.n EV MHS. ltAl.E AND OTI1KRJ. The. left Magazine trf Ihctcawii, umt (fit greatest circulation of atij. in tke icuild. It contains LINP. ai.d MEZZOTINT snxuKBn PAsinnK PI.ATEH, Munc and I-ION- by ihe best Auihurs of the United States. A fit fat Inducement to new SiJxrribers. For every new subscriber sending Three- Dol- lars, we will send a copy of lhe OHAW1NG ROOM AH NU A I, FOR 1S-14, Oil A OlFI' FOR l-.VUHV SIHKON. This is a quarto Annual, 15 larjrf Snpravings, and Gl pages of Reading Msiht-r. b.' lie must celebrated Authors; or for every neu subscriber sending Tnree Dollars, we will send i copy of GOUEY'S CENTRE TABLE ORNAMENT' Or a volume of Ihe La.IT'S Book, or Satui ilny Courier, Smut clay Post, or Saiurd.iy Vluseuin, six months. I: is lo be distinctly understood that the above icrms refer orlv Hi NKW snbscnbeis, or such old may hnve paid up AM, arrearaei-s, and icmit, for 1H44. in advance. In Ittepremiums dt wt. Those send al unec FALL A WINTER JT rmm IUIHMiTON CO ]Mt HMWlwa i a rrneial atcirtnwnt "f Call Wtolrr Qnudi, which wilt ehvap tor MH of country produce Caih. BOOTS SHOEt. Paira Ltdiea' Bonklnt inO do alipt 000 pair do wilktaf ion tni-nt' JOI) do kip do Hi caaea thick for for t, by Attention the Whole! n MBW oi.o JUST RECEIVED per iitmatr MlMtMrt, at Ihe Directly the Inn." Alarge nssuinnent of serso'uble clothing, mane in ihe latest New York cuostmnf In part Pilot and Beaver Cloth Sack Kersey, Velvertern, and BUdlt Jrtn Black itnd C.iss Lined RibLM and Steel mixed do. Silk, Satin, and Wool Vesu. Ac. which will be sold Cheaper tfaanUe CALL AMD StE-NO TROUBLE TO SHOW 88038 J-1- All of Produce tafceu IB _MMwaukie, S.JIL 13, 1S43. __ Shee-j't> Grey, 3O du. Cssnimcre, do. 3O Ho. Col'd Klannel, Just rrrpivrd and for sale al Sept. ID. I.UBINGTON tCO'S. IIALKS heavy brown Sheeting, do. bleached, a do. entl'in Klannel, st MID1NGTON CD'S S.-pt. lninc.li nud bloom '2 Tierce pure at lit. LUOINOTO.VACO'8. Cloves, Cainia St hbl ther publisher may ofTer. Tlic price of one jeai's subscription is TwoCories, 500 Five 1000 Eiglit 1500 Eleven AddrcM L. A. GODEY, Publlshei's Hall, Philaddphia. ill out cxrJi-i p'ttjst. c >py the nhnr-c. toi.il los.-i. Rcsnlvcd, Thai it in a remarkable feature in the pnluiaul aspect of the present limes, thai nearly nil diucusuion of principles in our public light brightness, no cherub hovering. In vain are the charms of friendship exieiuleri, and ihe bosom nt'love opened. The raysof hope may gleam a briaht iimmeni on liie mind, but ihey are cold ami cheerless. Ni> vivifying influ- ence passes over the Jeverish brain; no holy ecstatic joy fills, suppotis, and eilrances l'ie sou) O il is hard dying when ihe consola- tions of religion are waniing, when the pr.-sem, past and futnie bring in the dreadful sentence all is IOM I wnen no uplifteci ann makes strong the inner man, when the outer raah into ruin! ButO! howst1ft the bed of whaieasy, ple.isant dying, when the comlortable assurance of G.'d's word are brought home lo coreco UOCTIIINI. Ale.t. Duncan, the piim of democracy in Ohio, m.ide a politi- in 1810, a part of which we publish Dr. Howe to the Poles dtinnff their struggle for iiiili-pendente in uncl 1831, the un. ofli-nces fnr vthich he is prohihitt-d IVoiii entering the dominions of King Frederick William IV. Ho also, it said, interdicted from setting his i'not cm ilie soil of JSnples. DCSTITUTIOS IM In EL Hughes was lo esCHpe from the wretched- ness nnd ivunt and physical which niirrnuudcri him everywhere in IIo nddn, "Hint it is nol only who are poor nnd destitute-; those who would lain sortie I cr made lhe point of meeting for junlos and the stricken one in language that c.inno: be mis- -c.y a cilittn of Ihe United hy w-rk can liurdlv do 1-or.U at you uif> nr h.ls rej.ijjji in stale one old WOIHS.P. sitt-ng n'in the market plnce of lo he has p.iid j the town; the lias come ftve miles .in foot with ihe.Mississipp na and l! were injnietl, and the lives of their shelter in j What unmitigated wrflclie-itness! :l with t.iil the I'oloii fit her. IVo jeopard) by coming in cnarspihoiiiili it may auflicient, cliques of politicians, and thai 1 myself was not a violent ptiriiznn, but kept aloof Irom the polit- icnl strifes of lhe day, need nol b; lolil in the citizens of are fully aware of all this But is the post ofliee now, and Ihe present posimoster stuil.less in ihese pariicularsl II ever a office was used for parly purposes that lime is ever an orh'ee the of Plymotliat tiieir ap- i.ai.v a good fat office. proitchinp county cniivenlton. The Bulletin adds, that Mr. has explii illy declined that if his services were al all 'ft-siraHe in the corning "e Siaie they might at any time, and in Mushingum Val- trij> from Zsnesville lo Pilts- nnc of the flues nf her starboard 2 persons ov convicted in Buffctlo of iteal- y lrom Hie steamer Missouri. lo Congress by amajory of from 1000 of A bachelor up I'enn street, Pittsburgh, Pa picked up a thimufe. He stood aivhile medita ting on ibe probable beauty of the owner, when lie pressed, it to his "Oh that it were Ihe fair cheek of the wearer Just as be had finished a big wench looked out uf an upper window and said. "Boss, dis please tu frovr dal of mine in de jeal The man a laid lo have fainted! iin extract trorn the letter in question -should be pre.-ented to lhe public. This leller was writ- ten to Gen. Dmlge, and was handed bv him dur- ins hK Ute visil here, in a confutfnlial wiy, in Mi. Crocker. I was informed nf this- by lhe General himself, find was desired lo call on Mr C and see the leller. I called on ihN gentleman accordingly, when I ascertained that he, (or rea- sons best known 10 himself, had passed the let- ler over lo Noonan, and lhe next thins thai trans- pires with reference lo it is, an article appears in a newspaper. Bow far this should be con- sidered a breach of confidence, or may bedfem- ed in accordance with lhe rules ttf propriety ihal generally govern lhe private intercourse of gen- tlemen, the public willd-cide. The importance which Noonan attaches to this le'.ier, nnd the credit which he seems dispos- ed in arri-S'k- to himself for remaining sileni wiih reference lo il uniil afier the eleclion, are somewhat amusing. Does ihe simpleton snp- understood.' whrn the soul, feeding afier ihe promises, clinains to ihe Rock of Ages, and ri- up in thesirenaih of ihe Lord of ho-ts, This is of one "I'the resolutions passed by the loco loco county convention. It proclaims a falsehood, so far as il applies tt> the Wliif press; fur nt no former period have ''prin- ciples" been more prominent in ot the Whig jnnrnnla than now. We presume the resolution is based upon the light which thc committee derived from their ovvn papers. It is tian of them Dem. Axrios (O.) Ti the Inle Agricultural Fair at Koch-eater, the premium far the best qunl ty of flour wMgiven to the "Akron This result is due, probably, to Ihe newer soil ol Ah run, with a yet undeminirhed supply of the cal( aerous element. The Altron tieacon expresses its el itiim ns il is considered lhat nur floor took the premium in pies ihe master, on giounds consecrated by I ffrenleat flour atate in lhe Union, and in a w Hill inc .-.if- pose thai testimony I'ke this, where my offlci.il mor.tJ resperiaWe appearance lhan coHdaciwas fullv known, anct had been favora- ID biy passed hnve injurud my s and- ul the S.m ol'G.idand prevails and triumphs! It is then that man looks upon lhe Calif n pillais in which he had gloried, with n smile, anil beholds unmoved the crumbling, fle Is- ed, he breaks Ins bonds, he flies away to dip his pinions in the loot ot uncreated light. Semblance and Reality jr. thus hits off the contrast between semblance and reality in I he scenes of a ballenjnyed by the young folks of his imaginary congregation -A s.iys lie, 'may nol be an angel, though she Elides through'the males of iht dance like a spirit cln- ihed ihe lainbi'w and studded wiih stars, The .veiling man may behold his admired object (in thc morrow in the true lighl reaiily; per- chance emptying a waslmih in the guner, with fiock pinned tip cheeks pale for the want of hair muss'ecf and mossv, ex- cept what lies in the her whole con- lour wearing the appearance of an angel ram- med through a brush -fence inin a wirld ol wretchedness and wo. Now mv dear friends, supposing a -ran does happen to findhissnopped up beauty in such a predicament 1 I say it' is a dloiious recommendatinn for him, and if he don't like il hs must keep away from those pia- ces wuere lovlmess is patched up for Ihe occa- sion, and a she-devil anil a she-seraph are one nnd lhe same ihing. Every hall, now-a-davs, Is a masquerade; ils attenflitnis areas false as they appear lobe fair; and when day-light comes to unmask mem, ihey can bo.isl nn greater atlrae- lions, eillier inside or out. for wallfcins.', ubudy can do il unles they have the spring halt in one leg, as horses h.ive. When I see s chap hupsred lip lo a girl, performing con- stant revolutions, at the rale of six a minute, 1 can't help suspecting thai he trvin? to cei round ber in a very nonsensical way! O, Ihis wal'zing is a silly piece business! A puppy whirling after his tail, makes a much i a couple of the ludicrous city which manufactures more Hour thnn any cither in the whole world, il must be admiUed thnt Akron manufactures have Die best mills, the beat wheat, and the hest workmen, any wlicre lobe found this side of sun rise." Baltimore Sun say> thnt for a day or two pnsl. rumor has been prevalent in that oily that advices of an ims poi-tnnt character had been received at Wash- ington, to the erFect, that atllie instance nf Es- pnrtero, lhe Spnnish regent, the Hriliali government Imd determined upon taking pos- sesuinn of riubn, and hnd actually takin meas- urea to that end. The Sun could learn noth- ing to s'.tisfy a belief in it. Power of tnlelliiren. cer, published in the vicinity of the icene of I'ltAlKUiVlLLi; ACADEMY. HE second term of lliis. under the direction of Mr. M. B. commence nn Mnndav. lhe 301 h of October From experience in slndy and prrmlice in leachs ing. the instructor hopes tit enable student to make every posn'-dle proficiency, slid lo ren- ifer lhe school worthv the of Ih community Tuition wiljhe as follows: For all under 10 ycam nf age, 00 per (jr over, 4I common 3 00 POST COACH FROM Milwnnhie to ria Pritrir- ville, Kii-lt- L'riiirie, Whitewater, Ft. i-inann, M idiaoii, Mmernl hither es and Mrilhr-malics, e. Oct. P.. I -Mil. 4 01) G 00 i wlilN lkl' Sheet and B ir Kus- sia nnw to do all Jobbing in tht Tin, Cap. pel, Lead nnft Sheet Iron nt ahori no- and for reasonable pricei. Call tt trw MilwKiikie Iron Store, 19. C. SHRPAKDBON, LOG A CABLE thou- sand pf ands assorted sites, just wcived at the Milwuukie Iron Store by oct. 12. C. SFIEPARDSON. JUST received til the Milivnuku- Irnn Store, 100 bcues Pitltbnrgli GLASS, manrted attn Pninln, Oil, While Lrait. Whiting, Rope of al Whiting, Roain, tilcl) and Oakum, Manilla pe of all litea wliolemle telail hy oct 12. C. SHKPARDSO.N. C. the diiaatriom How np of the Clip- TS no v of gonil-. in part, Ihiti anepro nianon bnurd M. of iron, steel, nnila, cut ond Inwn acroin thi> Wiasmifipi river by Ihe ex I wrought, isili nnd (Ima, inj: or pievented my eleeiioni 1 should be sony in have a pupnlariiv reeling (in so frail a basis. It could LOI have been eft' ctive to the slighiesi esteni, any more than lesiimor.y from source cunld hnve had an influence to buildup for Noonan, where he is hnown, and where his character ha! been passsd upun, a reputaiion fur honor and Inmes-y. The knave, loo, chuckles al the public Thisdeceiving the pub- lic in'u iht-stippon of or withholding frum the people information which miahl be im- poitiint in lea line lo a correct estimate nf the chaiacter of candidi'ieslor office, is under any circumstances, a vety questionable mode of up- eraltng. At any raie.it is nol, and never will be, a pan of my democracy to sanction such a course; and ii may be wll to remark to Noonan litre that if I believed him to be sincere in his siaiement, lhat he vtiihheld the information in his possession from a fear of injurins my elec- tion, I could nol thank him fur it; bet knowing him to be iypocriticat, thai mycontempt for him Cows WRUNG DP heard nf several instances cowu which were giving a good quanlity of milk, tuddenly dry- up. In one of Mr. Cham- berlain giving the cow an ounce of flaltpelrr in a of menl, brought a return of milk in a verv E. Farmer. The raze for liqnnr it a con- nuin'mg fire, ihe more jrrnlified the brighter it glows. Opposition it, love nsaunfres hut atern renolution alone extinguishes Avmd first step, but Itpwnre of each sue- ceedinjf one. A man going down-hill is like a ball of gnaw. It atarUi slowly and diminutive. hut wiih its progress increases in Telocity and grows in size till like an avalanche it destroys every nppnaing oliatacle. He starts by degrees and rnlarjrPt in crime as he proceeds, till Ir-Jlh and virtue and honesty and all that ennobles and deifies Ihe man are swallowed op r ifposstble, fs but increased. He eipreised him- 1 all f rowing ont of tbo firat in iin, plosion! The Bayou Sara where the aceiifi-nt occurred is a mile wide, Twenty seven per- >ons were killed by the IS> A white man of the name of Martin wit.i dangerously slabbed by a black man named Buffalo, on the ISib. Alameetinzof the Board of Health of ihe Town ofMilwaokie, held Odober 33d, the foj- lowing list of cases of Sm comprisins rvery case tea ibe present Aniuinn. Whole number of cases since breaking out of he disease, 86 Discharged after cure, 13 Deaths, 5 Remaining in Town, 3 Remaining at the Flonpilal, 5 Totnl 95 Since the appointment of the present Board but two cases have.incurred, boih which have copper and sheet ageneml of sliell'and heavy hsrd wure, hollow wnre, jap- anned and wooden ware, lead, salt, oil, grind- stones, blacl'sinith tools, farming tools, tar, pilch and oakum X Ifc 10X10. For sale [WILL sell goods, st wholesale or retail, low st curt be bouxbl nt writ UnlTnlo. Western who been to Chic.ijo herelnfore, will do well to look tt my and pt-K-es Ucf ire tiuviflsT- Milwsukle. JUB-J 18, 'I. j tllGPT. I.IINItKKrri'MBVR OOO FEE'r af fnnnn. ed Lumber fur sale ait the New Lumber Yard, in the rear uf the Cabinet and Chair hclury opposite A.OOVE. Milwaukie, July U, INg. J3-tf_______ PERSONS indebted to estate nf Jm Witlinm P. Hrooiifit Jecrsscd t re request- ted to cull upon Wm. P. Lynde aid their accountu MARIA PROUOrtT, Adro'nr. Mitwaiikic Aug. I84S. 40 WOOBB2T WJULV. A LARGE 1..1 of Wooden Ware, chenp, by Sept. IS. .-n Trurvf Fnr F. WARONER. act. WH1SKKY. Barrels of Cn's mperinr wins- kev just and for sale chenp, by GJif J.A.ARNOLD TAXES. O utl il fltflff r.oHf.trn-----Notice ia hereby given, that I will.nn the SJ M-ui day in Decrnilier next ensuinu the dale nt this T been prnmptlT removed from lhe town. ions daily about lown, meet and report. Ol all cases thai hereailer occur the community will be promptly informed. This js. due to the citizens uf the lown and lhe country as Rant accounts have been circulated and undut alarm thereby created. JOHN HITSTIS, DEXTER TAFT, T. WAINIUQHT, SILAS GRIFFITH, T. J. MOVES, WV L. BEAN, of til all areoHered for sale. WILLIAM TROWIiRIDOE, Collector of far County. UST recr-i veil a larce assortment of Esrl hen OL Stone Ware which will be fur Jane 16. 1843. I. A. ARNOLD. PAPER reeelwd, a large assortment abort ariiolt which will W cold low loreasb. n June J, AKWOLD. t'rockerj and Chins il kinds, T F. WARU CRATKS sssorleil kinds, Tor ftlr by HKR. Sept. It) Lhs. WROUOUT NAlLBatid SP1KBS uf nil for by F. WARDJSDR, BOOTS 300 do. Ladirs' walkinf 50 ill. Ane (niter 10 boxes thick loots, U do. fine will be sold very low lor ctsli. Sept. 18, 1843. r. WARRNER. JUST received hy the inlweribri, lot of pure Wines and Liquors, of 4 pipes Cncnisc Brsmtr, 4 Hnllxid (to. 4 Vt Croix Ram; casks Port Wine, Mad. do. do. Which will twculd low Inreasfi. Sept. rRKD. HATH AMD 8AJ-E, j1 thc n rm r> mr sv 4 T ClaUrof
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