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   Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - April 13, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               "WHERffjtlBERTY DWELLS, y Marulnf, April S, n_ IT House of B.ep- senlivr. in Pennsylvania, bv a vote of nearly [v rece-nily expressed Us opinion of the ff m the following emphnuc language a., rl Tint tutliertity ofonariMlo PalOTIIT -M i ilIDH OHIl OWN COUNTHY aiahii.1 llie fl 'i, oflh' PMIPHl 1 TO ssv wus opinion ol 'he Pennsylvania Le- .ulainrt is, we opli e, ihe prevalent conviction people In fid u has always, wiihin a short lime, bren ihe opinion of (s mm who possessed enlargrad views of ihe and rel Hinris ol the American people a fiw yeirs, however, a pany liat, up whuh rhims fjr knowledge, broeites lo iiselttne Miperint intelligence di ih il l! u-c sysieros olN.ilion.il i o wlnel- h i.e received the vinclion of the n, '.i of un I it ilcsmcn the world lias evi r pi o L cel and tiave stood ihe le'st of pr.ic i- 'n iiusnli'hJ ffer'nn, Madison, Munioe, i hi t others ere stupid lu b lievc' Oh1 in st ur lotind a great ,rll i ii a purely Amer- 1 U-i' lhat winch would prostrate til rji (r) of the c-ouniry, and rob I ibor i f Ms 4 i iciun and on ne rutm ol our crushed j ,t man jfatlurers, builil i p up r 1 ibortrrs ol Enn pe sii mcry i tie that the Tariff is the i'i i 11 a-fnt in keeping Ameriu in ,11 n irdncctl Hi tlie minimi m rnno paid t nun lib cl Ripe-lithe lor pi 1 ICH will (low in upon us and it 11 u A ntnc in meclnnics L in .thinu like a de col livelihood u hen in coinpeiiiit n wi h L irop. in tJiul. r eil i In p'liin il I b ic would iscinirc and it wiuild tike n age to i reign ulir i locod s le siipp isition will illtisirale our r instance, if fiiu Pins buns ol is as Amer icin in inul it I me, ean 55 Hnd ihe A'ner ic in arm le i an i unlit "red it lissthm llu foreign i I ol c urse be-purrhlsul, .inclll neon M Ii- i line HIS of Fre-e Tride thai the   1 is tr ide u n i nun, ii s inn c tlie'i e-iiij li'j uunt .11 J IK r m c lend is ih iilhe f inner h is nn tun n ml hi mivl.tiv hthebmi i i i ii >h i st, j d_f >r if the bnt in i i i lint iiniiliet I r oun prwluc c nn .t b iv ih? fnmi r s pr i 0 bin'111 is the reduction in llie b oih ti mir ii lie re n unt ill fioio the roilml-. oMiK II h s VIM- selling Jil 25 ccnls n I 11 e il 1 noi ft id a mrtiket lor his i a insiiu I'om the niluriicn ol s b is u n be to him mnel) jii- I s ire h inuly truths we admit, bul 1 o llie i iimnnnisi understanding to .tfi thili Oiiict ISM i hscv manojii tfllat nposlh (I ill moc-nt-y Noonan, has mm lo I In pirliculirs of Ihe r iu until rstii tl it ire llifsp Sorm i ir Mr N iff iniim-nl 11 P M al this i. nl wns m nt lo llie c ol Sum- l il liny ill sir. rt n in tin ir oijlce tin v could tflu t it by re niumrnding jj irnpi r pi rs n I u tlie di purlmrnl Ac i Mr Pin nt ol Suniiml, circulolnd Hi i i tfiet it ilb on hunil.snd with t'li i irr i il ron d i pi t ti in for himself Hutu..' mi t ind by i large nn lorilj sig- rt their wuli iHt the mi unibent il up hrreiutitd llml was not llie mil di HI firunrdtit, with the endarsi "I Ni nan nnd, prrsto before the good nofsu ii in bid linrdly had 1: mi lo lor- 1 ric nnet dilion, Ihe appointment 1 iinr wis n c ivcil w u t nllur is that, for some rea- i f Mm nin hns changed his pref "ir I' M ti through h j i Mr 1' liis IM i n n moved and Mr Ktelir ni rfjiihrlv ntiillrd mlo olhce Mr1 ni i ctibli man nnd will make fi'inattj luiwe ln.pe Imu he will in tin c nip my cl Noo inn, nolwilh- r rtnivn! appoinlmeut. from the nnnisiTiiiun The Mayor of Rochester, N Y, John leu, recently elected, is an Irishman He came to Rochester from Ireland ia ItWS, poor m purse' and low in spirits He WJs m the em- ploy of the late Robert Hunter, a number of year', and during that time by his industiy and I'ooiioiny, taid the tonndnlion fora ra at tlie present time one of the wealthiest men vn Vhat city The Irishmen in Rochester are different from the Irn-hcnen in Mill aukie. Here, they have attached themselvei to a party without principle there, they go for principle: party. The wlngi of N York have been the Irtends of foreigners, and Ihe have been thrirenrmies 11 has been the same here yet tin Irish prefer their enemies to their friends A good Example town of Summit, we understand, el< cied their oiniers viva voce, and bad them all sworn into office before itn o'clock In ihe How mueh better would it be if all ihe towns in our Territory would follow their example This mode ot Hei lion looks tit us quite It forcibly reminds n of 'he good old days of Span in tkmecrary was not a meaningless mere by word in Ihe mouths of designing demagogues, used only lo farther selflsh schemes of aggran- dizement anil gratify lusts for power. BOAT Butucrn Hn i. learn Irom Mr Djusman who left St Josephs on FiuUv I ist, that the Bunker Hill Ind returned to De iron from Mickin ic.ihe ice tn theMrans bein? so thir k ih it it was impossible to through The S imson vis m ihe ice and would be oblijt- eil lorcmun llie re until the break up The Bunker Flill w is lo hive left again on Saturday last for anil Chicago Pamrrny's B Cft ess Hobbery The Arbllri- lors have oiide the following distnbulion of the rcwnid Thenmrd H W Feller 3 000, Blarki SI '200, Walker WO Kelly fcuOO and Mc- Gidlli PC ei B Poner died at his resilience at Nueara F.ilK on the nit aged 11 yeais AN WITNFSS II tells bidlv for our couniry, w hen our and fen are slnndtrfd lor no oiher purpose, exiepl tocarrv 'in principles ol apirty Gen Hirnsnn, John d nut y Ad tins, D nicl Webster, nil have bun vilified hoin (lie w irst of motives men whose Inn shave been devoieJ to the best in leri'sts (il llie co bc.ir Iht lest ol most ml eye Ci scerns uibeil the present tune the object, he in uk f irall tu thuul.il Fn m the papers a rnnjiei wmikl infer lint his whole lite had aetn spf nl in i pposina the A'nen an Govern merit, .ind wis fit to be branded as a liailor lo his country Wewillmir duce to he reader llie opinion ih n Thomas H Buttun gave ot Henry Cl.iy m 1821 "Thi pi nuplcs which would jrivern Mr Cliv's n insir ti m il elected,  lemn scene I ho chandeliers and ctindt Inbra nere dn ssed n black crupe, anil thi gilded frames of thi' >fty mirrors covend with white muslin Flure it wan, that we saw a dreadful memento it the uncertainly nt lile btlitld, it where tlie lightning lind struck, i it B shrub ut tilt vallev, but a mountain ouk, prend ng forth in the air null its limbs, and tlisdo tug llie rait below with its r on labt i uesilay evening, on th u sum fl >or IH I re those minors illuminated h tights in every direction, nuif by tin se ta lestrieil whose Hmpiry hong in the lyrs which were now Uns-ed, nnd the "orms which Mere now stiff in de ith, were then Extracts from a letter re-eived by a gentle- man oftbisciiy, perbhip Robert Pulsfiwd, trunj Manillii- 1 I have jost heard of the; low of the en Zephyr, and Anxlona, bulb laie of Boston The as bound lo Bombay (rtim Can- ton, tor a cargo of opium, and had m specie on board wj.s taken in the China Sea pirated and all hands murdered I bare cot heard the particulars bunt ihe Anplona, but understand that all her crew were murdered The Z. sold to an American in Canton, and the A 10 a loreigner. A AND TheBrie Kew England, Capt Welch, which sailed frum ibis port a few days since, lor Marseilles, had Ihe finest luokinsr crew levennw on boar precisely at the hour lor s.nlmg Bow mioy a capi.im his suffered delay and vex.iimn lur if not days, when his was ready to in-t off, In waltinit lor a pan of hisrrew, fur him bca man lo sell the last glass of gn% 10 the poorsnilor, afier he hat, signed the puperi, and whu he has promised to have on board at Ihe hoor appmnied' But ihl" crew were all, 10 n mnh, pnncittalty on board, nmwuhsianiltns ibr thermometer was nt zero, and what was nqnstlf Srailiyirie, -II lo B mnn, were perfectly tabtr, and went resolutely and chrerfnlly 10 Work, to gel ihe bri? under sail, nfir did they carry intw forecatile any inioxicattng dimki iown. Cl Contiitniion Trout Detroit AtlterUtor. ni it M'aajk Congress have the proceedmga ol Con- gress on and SlM instants In the Single Mr Wdlker presented Ihe res- olutions of ihe Missi-Mppi Legislature In fawof oi ihr annej.iinin ol Texas J i pr n ha New W c tnmerci il Mcmco and Smith Amcnca .ill! n. if ..nil ibit others would put 01 ihe same system, iiovinj gtiiiUomi-ly amid tlie gaiety of u great cvet nun ntr groups of (haunt figures and Jianl on the IIHXI inor jp thoy at Ihe mtrry gither ng ol the leslnt guests, in a gullant vtar uliip, with ailmirution at the r country a pi and jft now here they rt? blili and IK nil SB n that HQOU spot, it here tin music nnd Iht dunce, tfie- and tin co-Uuues, guvi an to lliat j yous r rcle ot the cotuinj sorrows of to morrow A wtittr in the Hew Yo U Jourml of Com- mcr em an arlicle rclatinft lo ilns we m-wir Ih u llicfoiindei ofn system is ihc speaUs olthe n.ntiie of n Iron p'jns rniurilijcecmor i 1 his own nork lint the most Eveiy ne knowsthat wronsht iron is more efliouni'iro et lor of American iron le.id liemp dnculeand malle.ilile Mian c si ucan iniUolton uonlrl he iht trlumiliirt chfim-i mure readily expnddid by heal, and in puin ol ihe in w Tariff, the s ile-t trtcnd ot mie proper ion to us expansion is Us weiltness in IK. i iiimmerre m tild be the smesman who hns proclaimed llie Mississippi lo bi l'ie of the Wtsi, tin most zc ilntis prom Her of internal irn- orovi minis would be "lie best Pr sident who hu triuiiiphid over Ihc Presi lent who oppo.sed the construction f nation it roadsamtcai iiiosl siiicessful npplinni forireTties wnli Mej ico and Somh Amenci w iuld be ihe eloquent advocate oi iHcir on n in'enendmce THOMAS HART BENTON Packed Brooks of the N. York Express, tlnis writes from Washington "Il it snid that the president hss rxitcted a, snrl o mission oflaith Iroio hit nominees for Ihe Judic'nl office It is uecrssiiry to be with the south in regard to the clause of the consliliiti m relating to {uirilive slaves, and up- on some ther topics of equa important and one ol winch is opposition to the United States Bink I give this f..r what it is worth, bul with pretty good authority tor thus arraigning action o the president v- m he tin i f York have 'I lie oil Pistm scr, J L Codding ph t rs hue been arrested in ill it run mui r s TO, fjr parnci- t rtciiw, bnjU si Jifftrson which Tin "'i 0 un bih to Mr "lr leSt J ph, rner been nff, and I ,ltlr I muni tut, at the moult, of L 8lur f l P'ckenl, pike, and f J Ih iHimi M oi Ii resuluiii.n to term) IN _ A o o i i h j n elecleil l. Garreu The Loco'sex- elM, U cir man, bum "woi IfcT 'llnl on t1" iripto Wco.aiolihe 2Sih x a miiorlly of their 4 "np n from htuhork The Texas Question Washington eorrra pondenl, cull led to credence, aays "I have learned from an unquestionable source, thai Mr Purkenhim, soon utter lie wis accredited here, pasatd to the Secretarj nl Stnlea disiirowatnn part of the British Government of any view wliati n r ot ariimrmjf. Teins or intprferinf in any iniinrttr w Ih her pnnre independence Thus this vi IP lorgery, which passed socur- n nl, ia nailed lo the connlet n> Tnas Question have been re- ceived in tins cily Irom members of dinting thai all this agitation about Texas and Origon m perfectly needlesi, and that there is not the IMSI reason tor apprehensi m ooncern- thr pnnejtalion of the one or the forcible occupation of the other Inters are from locofoeo members, and they speak very deci dly [S Y Express. The Boston Daily Advertisi r says It in said lliut a mei tmr of the whm meml ers of the sen- ate hud been held, nt which the subject wa. cmntidered, qnd it wnsunnnimousty aireed that that body would make use nl its consliliili'innl power to via any sunh proposal ol the presi- dent, should it be made. UfiTFn TARS The recent arrtvn! of the U S Ship Yurktown, introduced Ihiriy ihrre ol hi r crew to the Sailor's Home, In Hew York On bemstpaio off fora ihreevears1 cruise ihese men had Irom nne to six hundred dnllira each Sncli an event hns formerly been ihe sig- nil for prodigality, drunkenness nnd a spesdy bankrupicv on ihe pan ot ihesntlnf, nnd the f ir-.windlms and bare facet emonton on the part of the unprincipled landlord One of these meti on from a former Insi six hundred dollars in nine days all bul two or three of toe above thlriy three are r men A part of them have signed Ihe i-mperance pledge A few, on first on shorn, lommenret their old raner, but have been ihe inBii'nce thrown around ihem, aseBecinnllyto hold them in cheek.nnd save them from ruin One of ihem has n wife in Philidelphi i, whowniie him, ih-ii much loved him, and desired lo welcome him after their liMis sepaMli-m. she had rather nnl see him than have him come ffnme a He hnsg.me home with his silver nioner, anrl suber character, while not one ot ihe ihiny H known 10 Imvrlwi a dollnr by tortion Thesairie may be said of elghieen. more of the crew, who lusrded at unrhor tempe-ance house in thai cllv Sttii A-uebor A aenlleman the loss of hH tn the preaeoce of hH second wife, was told by tier, tint no one ha more reason lo wish his former alive lhan she hadl A lawyer on bis from obser- ved a shark, and asked a aailir who replied, we call 'em A created, unit it a a "i m ide i f it be thus heated and weakened b> repealed finns Ihe danaer ol .splosum will be greatly increased. A wrought non gun, like ili.u tifCapt Slockton's, would ofcouise be quua safe during a few of the first discharges li deed, It would be diffi- cult 10 burst it at the first fire, but on every repe wfiVri'HIS VriendVexpresseu1" litlun, the greater would be the hward ot expto he should B at- hts Ios5 wi h so much talmness Mr Bvansrtered a resolution for the final ad jotirnineni of Congress on ihe SOihofMay nnd iavencHice hit he should call it up for action at cTj enrly ilai The Fix and Wisconsin canal bill Wai of tiered to be engrossed, yeas 31, navs Interesting to nlil (ind ia an old paper' ihe lollovying inethid retoinmended people, as a means u( enabling them lo eserve their eyesight, ur recover u afier it fniied 'Every morinns. when Tvishinz your self dip yonr ta e tnlo ihe water, open your eyes and ktep ihem under the water as tonEf as jou can h 111 b-ea h This strengthens theeieandcle nses i from the rhetime which deadens the sight and considerably affects ihe bill A genile.ii in in Mnryhnd, by the name (f James C ilder, after nsms sper taclea for near- ly twenty five yeirs followed ibn (plan, and at ihe ase if seventy recoveied hia sight, so as to seewiihoiu ihein Dipping the crown of the held into cold water, eveiy morning, both win- ter and summer is a preservative againsi the liead intl ear ache, and will materially assist ihe other operation in its eflvtt upon the eyes D Lister, sheriff of Craw- ford county, was shnt by a Winriehagn Indmn about IM) miles nbove Prairie du Chien, a) he was com ny down the Mississippi river in a en mic- The ludtan shot rit him troui behind a tree and killed turn Plunder is supposed it Imve bren the m Hive A company of soldiers hare led Fort Ciawford for the purpose of cap. turmg tiie murderer [Mineral Point Free M" Snifler wn es to a soulhern ed tor thus Miste you pertess tn civ Uerreci rm isliun nn subjek 1 I wood bes leave lost ne ihai 1 (ele vny unwell, and wood tike lo no what kind o' ci is bes' tor me Iu ut Yoll s Sill OMt N SNIFLfc-R To which editor repl es Sw iller Mm rf Grimmer in p.ts on I u U wn with a of Worter Dukslnin ary In zerlsnd the Hor" cheslnnt is used as food I ir. sheep Itis fi si crushed am! abriul nuf-n In 1 1VIKC Hilly II possesses fattening propensities Zero wnstotd it was d spracefjl for a philos nplier to be in love "1! Hi it were trne 'said he, Mhei i sex ire u> bepiueil, f >r ihiy would re- teivc tlie attention ot tools alone A plcthori of money is noi alwas (trlvantfi geons 103 community ur nation Deaitibvni r- y iiion isa common occu-rence in New England whese capitalists fllre glad to make loans at two per cent per annum. I Remember hearing of a dear lovtr of teho Ind his library butneduown ta i'ie cruuiid All halt the nhose majlc MUM Inspires the freeman's song. And hit soul 11 sacred To pour the nates Blkln Echo on her >h y Rasyonilvs beam umj, Ths merry nole which Freeman aldf la prslss ol lljumr MJrrt Hurra1, hurra, hurra, liurrt fur Hiutl CUY Hurra dec All eluns coraWne, To ralss the sung bn hiyfc And disnni frtncbli it nsitens Join, TowttUuoiheiky Freemen e'er etTe dar'it lo rslia Agahm tho tynai'm twif Are tliisr.l ihe notes of heart feH For nolita ItAnrtr OLJIT Hurra, Ac. Columbia 9 torrid ary librlRht With hla unia cl fame, And lirtrce reiportili vMih fonddellfhl, f defande ln name, Aad dark Liberia s Krateuil tongue Reueratea ttie And the chorna gaily auog Por Milan! Hyinii Ltiv' Hurra, Ac. Ths (armor boy oirlv dawn, With Innd and manly TO ce. Is heard upon the hifthtoi To mng ihe Nation i choice; Am) every free m. rlmnlc slam, To swplltlip lo i.t hmxA, Win real hfch only For AOTtoqnm I (lurra, Ac Though Treason tfer llie Isiuf, With black Irspnnc i And virtue weeps beneath tlm band Of illiquid cttiol Y'l Hupo laughing from the sties, To dissipate disinr-y Anrlhids tile Nanun rise, Anil Took to II iBnv CLAtI Ilnrm A.C, Then lei the merr> tncnychlma Fnim Eiinhlo Of Hnmf Pntotllon all Ihe nine, An 1 HH] the poor nnn n Ti-lPiiiti John Ty ter, cover'J v, ith disgrace, la atitiiiio irmst ulnik away, We a inan tn flll hia pi ice, ImiiTOitiil KARKV 11 Hurra rOBEIGST BRUITS. II HE subscriber rerommenda lor the coming J_ holydnys the lolloWmj. sion Expetiments hove thai wrought! iron Is chanpee in its character by being ham- mered in a cold stale, or by any other siroiijjcim- cussion, by which II is made lo assume a male resembling chrvsialized cm Iron losing us tuuKhne s or ductility, and In snmeinstincesex feeding it In britlleness II (ractured aubse- Cjiiem 10 chanze, us b-oken so f UM.S re-seoi ble exactly those of cast iron, an.) mmhi be rea- dily nnsinl ei it II is pr ib b e ths tocus- prudie dby firing Stockton's RUM, caused ihis clirys alizisioti, which led to its eiplosion This iircutnstmre may be the renson why wrultRhl iron is s i vrhoil) unfit as a material lor cannon The coneussnm ol steam engme> on rouirhl trim rails, eiccasmnally, n is, snd, pro- ducts ihe Same efiect, causins tlieirab um Irac- inrein frosty we.nher. Wij! max eatuayabme- Umebbreax liom the same cause _ ie cnuseol the, bursting of the'big srun' on hoard ihe Prineeion, lias not yet been ascer- tained Cnnjetiures are rtle in relation 10 ihe subject, bul no snnstaciory reason hasyeibein assigned We trust, however, lhat the invtsn. ganbn will not cease, and ihai itlar rea- son nf the Circuit nl will be Bistuvered, lhal uch me1 mi holy results may he Riinrded asainst in II has been in ml.iiett that this gnh had not been proved It is tar more liiely lhal it h d bf en pritved tw m ick and lhat Ine heavy charges whteh were used in piovmg the inj; a power which woulil over- come a tieruecdous the cohesion of us pnris, or perlnpsi peued a fliw, a crack whieli increased ftnh eveiy successive disehargt.unlil a moderate charge oi powder snmi ed to shatter it lo at. There ean be no doubt that the puns used 'n our bineries on the land and the sea, are often injured in ibis man nrr, bul ihe injury is noi Ihe gun hmbern of cou se is reRirded as auuiKl anil ilhcttni, but aficr bema h'ed a cer- nm number ot limes, ihe pansfrruwinj; weaker al every discharge, il will finally bur.st with R sm 11 ch irge of powder This will acioum tor many sad accidents from the bursting of guns for which n seernidaithe ime difficult to accoun. The gnn which burst on bonrdthe Pi nice- ton was inanufjcinred in New Y rk, by Mr Ward, nnder the ervKion, and according lo the dliecnons of Capt. and until ihe fatal aciiden' oci uifd, was universally spolteri of ns made of tsrmight iron But it is now SHI i that it was con posed of wrnnghl trim, external ly, and that the mf-rtor was of call li H the peculiar character off na cun- siruction liny account lor theaccideni ___ hts ftply w it-ts Io is, 'I rhn s! have le'irtml but luile from my bd it tliey liflje noi taught me to endure the hits of them Oild anntversarj of the Inde ppndem Order ofOdd Eellows wis celebrated al Bnffiloon the 2Jd ull A P NnhoKEsq.df livered ihe annual address, which is highly spo- Iten ol rorger P Bncknii, llie Methodist minister was convicted at While- lown vesierihy atiernoon ol and sen- tenced lo Siales PriM.n fur lour anda half years His trial lasied three d iys. Tlie amount ot his forgeries was 000 Ittea. Gazelle A fastidionslrtdy was srreallv shof Iced Ihe oth er day, on readmit thit m ile and fema.e sir iw- berry are freqdeuily lonnd occupying the same bed! Sir Humphry Davy'lystHecaiHe olthe red ness of I he sky at sunset is, that Ihe air being Ihen div, reftacts more red" or heat, mikinft rays ind ns diy atr is not perfectly transparent, ihey aretig nn reflected in the horizon ST NF ihe editor of the H T Com> ias beeh rrtaile an (ndinn billet, by the General Coum il ol Seneca This hon u has been npnn IheCoUrntl for his im- Earlial accoilfli of Ihtf Six Natiohc, emboilled in is biographies ol Brant and Red Jacket, fir his hospnalitj to the Chiels hive visiteil his ri sidenire, and lor exposing the vliirlnjr pe pesrated upon t ie tribe by interested specula- tors Erfimazancc in al'llimes n price current publishel in Pbil idelplna in 17JO, bohea lea is quoted   Ins to high a game for Snuiherft Votes? Is Mr Van Buen eninleit losiuh suc- rifiresl Is not paying 100 dearly for such whistlel________________ The Tribune publishes a letter from Messrs Hoggand Delamuier, the manulacmrers of the btfrt on board the P ineeum to the Secretary of ihe N.ivr. mamiaininji ihil there was no carelessness in the forging nl ihe fan, and that ihe metal uvd was ot the qnalny The Mecbaniu who is asnamed of hjs apron, in llie year 1844" IsVarty ffOObuildinssaread- mitted 10 be now in progrevs We thinlc Mr. Cisi's pretticnon will pe lully verified Cmeta- Qmelle The Earth Uour but HeaTen oursiure house Our chief ktrt should be lo lay u'p lrea.su re tktrt. AmonB the there sre seven grounds of divorce, among which fourth n talka- llvrars-ii in women Toledo Clarttr Eltelim Whigs have elected ihetr mayor, treasurer, seven out of nine councilraejvaad wvto outuf nine sthool directors 4 boxes Citron, 2 u 12 Bunch Raisins, 1 keir Currants, 4jirs Preserved Ginger, 200 pounds Filberts, Madeira Nnts, Nuts, 100 Pecan Nuls, JOO Cncn Xiits, pjunds Arnbisn DatPB, 100 S.ift SHelled Alrrioti.ls, Slit I led do S5 Dilter do G Prannti, Besidi 3 Sardines. Pick i d Oysters, Sc.a all ol which will be sold very cheap JOHN PER, Dec Opposite C illuge Inn A i i itisfrr" JUST received nt ine-Crockery Store corner f Wist msin and Water SlreeiSj buuer, cheese, li hb s green apples, S'Vbushels (ineii do 10 'Iu do peaches, 400 galls stone 8 1 on erindstones, jda iliimesiir fl innel, 300 red yellow do 400 full cloih, 300 cassirnrre, 200 woolen yarn, 40 d iz woolen sicfta, vd> bioad 400 doz 1 hayer's fine cut tobacco Tojreiher wlilf 4 lot of sin li'dk'fs, needles, pins, thread buttons, silks, cambrics, combs, Ar Ac all of which be sold very cheap (lor ready pny only P J BLAI11 nov 3 7J P. C. HAL.K, tiQQK SELLER STATIONER, HAS removed to Wjjfebnsm st two doira below the Post Office, where he w II keep constantly nn hind a general nssortinent ol Liw Miscellaneous, antt Si lion] Books, libA.NK BdOftS and STATIONERY, nfall kind's, Prinlint, Wriiinir, nnrl Wrapping Pnper; Cards; Birtdir's and Borfnel Boards, Printing and Writing Ink, Mr H havi ng just n turned from the East, is now oppninjt a vonety of Miscellniieous Stationery, Toys ike all of ffHictl will be sold low for Ciisli Milwsukie, May tij _______ CHEAP o Entfliritl, their relanve t'unes, domes ic influence ano social obliaailonsb? Mrs Blllsj Anselmo, Lecinres on Modern History, br T Arnold, O D discoveiy 10 the North Pole Grand Vizier's DiiiRliicr, and a variely I other pcnodicalsj.isi rei eivi d al 36 SALE'S BOOK STURfi TOLETIiOB A TEKM OF firm c mt inline 80 acres, 15 acres cleired wiih a go d 'i t duelling house, ard siiuited ori Rock River, from MilwauRie, on the leading Irom Vlilwaurfie u> Fun do Kuan extelle.itpoim f.ra tnvern and any ii ie ishinj; a favorable location this tn ihe business at lirmine will haieheieafine iipporiiniiiy The lermx wilt beanitereasornble App.IV 10 Solomon Jiineiu, ir Lewis Franchere, at Mflwaukie, at to the sub >jyji HOUbE TO a plcasoni part of the Town Rent verr moderate Apply tins office or to A M.ubieson, A tornej. Dee 1'Jiti 18-13 ______ BOOK BIKBEHY and Blant Book Manu- fVelory-Old and bound to order-Faner ruled to any pattern, at HAJLB S BOOK. BIURt jtfne 8-11___________________ WAKTED. SHOO BUSHELS of eooelsovnd fWVf tlir ffhrrh ihe highest cash price will be piidbv subscribers at ihe Mi Iwaukie ______ REAMS of wrapping paper Jmt received and for sale cbe D Ut 'he Boston Shoe Store b7 O W. FAY. nov. 8, ____________________ZL- TO BC SOtWOB I.E48ED THE Limestone Quarry sitiraied aboni one and B h ili miles Horn town.on the Menom- mee River, and latelr S Pcmbine. wiih J3 acres of Land aliached fimhe, pacuculars appiy feb 90. UM3. For NEW IN BIILWAUK1E. ROCtiESTBB PLAMUICf MACS INE. PEftrECTLY Flooring, of all lengths and qualities ready dressed, for sale at the FLAWING Milt, on Ihe C n ohtop for money v Orleans Snusrs, 30011 Lonf nnd hud cn-siderable txperienie in the keeping ot njjars, SOchrslsTru, Coffin, Public Mouses, viill endramr m tu all Saleralui, Ilicr, Cod fish, i nuy wish luMup ibttn THOSE NEW GOODS ARE now all rrc'd nt the West VVird Store, WfaVmif our uatorinwntone ol ihe larval aswt jtart broujhi t-iftlilwaukie this sVasori.nrld llienun large or small queunties nt small adTanrr from thr New York coat. DIIY GbODS 15 Bciifps Itlenched to; 7 Amrncih Prims, 100 Kng Prmls, 150 pieces Cosaiineres, aaimettf, and Sheeps Greys; HO llnrdluurs, 40 do PUnnels, 10 do Canton do, 40 do liedticxt, 10 do colored Lindseys, JO do twilled and p am Bagging, 100 dot wool Socka, V> Duffil and Horae Also a tnl-jfe and glod ascoiiment of Broarlctnthi, lieavrr and Pilot cl .llu. Flushing, Ac Alao Figured and flalrl Alfjitccss, Mrnn m. Muslin Lames, Acs for the 1 idiea GHOCFRIE3 We offrr very cheap fur cash tlir follomnj of Si Crou and Orleans Lump Si: Ibs ID bbls Muekeral, itXIO gallons '.Molasses, boxes Raiain.; do Snap. GO da Siarrh, 3UUO tbs Virjrmia Tobacco; 16 bbls Mrs Miller'i Smoking Tobacco, 10 da Chewing do, tfKHUbi S.ilo L. her, 20 d j Tubs, Pails and Churns. Pepper, Spicis, Candles, Dye stuffs, window Glass, Sash, fully, Ac. ic. HARDWARE Our assortment of Hard wire is full and rniri HouseTrimmingso! all kindi Carpenters Tools, Knivi s and ForliN, P icket Knives, Sc isors, R izors tea nnd table mortice knnbs slock and Pad 1 >eks strip Inn ires, butts itnd screws, fiies, augurs, chisels manure forks, hoes, spndi-a, shovels. ahnvoL and I mgs, Irying puns, gndironil, li a ki It rs, trare, baher and c.nl ilnins, hush sryihes, cow belts, sleigh bells, axex, of all sizes, spikes, Ac Ac CROCRk-RY A good assortment BOOTS SHOES, Son Mi n'stlnck boots, 100 prs Boy's An. WO Men t and Boy t llnrk brojani, 100 wo- men's ratfaJtm shoes, Kid slips an 1 walking shoes, boots, children moroceo shoes, Also a len hats, wlni.li will be sold very cheap ROPKS AND CORDIGF Coil ropes, ail sizes, bed cords cloihes iatU anil hah lines, couon twine. all the minor articles called for by the wants oi the country, lint which it is imposhible tn pnu- wiernLfr in an ndvrrlisement The subscribers would say thit their goods were- purchased mostly f >r cash, and at the lowest prices nl which tliey eiul'j be procured in th. eaulern markets, and Ihey renpectfully sol cit a call from wishing lo purchase Wr sinII b. happy tn ahow jjo.idi nt all times, an I pi. ilire ourselves tint A ho buy al at, ihull be satigfted ith the goons and pr ces R JKNN1NGS .V CO1 Ward, (near tlie upper bridge) Oct 97 1843 Plow sone Ihick nnd lie ivv, ri ei-n d rtt tlie Mjlwaultie iron Store C. Sll fcl'AB BARlirLS While 10 biish Tr vF els ol Cranberries }otl receive.! and lor savi.v J o; L WARD Nov HOTRLt THK fubaoriavr thia ttfw tod eotnmndi IIM Hnute In t aliprrior i'rte, are now prrpirrd W __ rhlerum tile M O'Hiiturlataly nl nt anj public l.oukf in the Trt- pitory We will apare no io (Irr entire naltalnrlmn 10 all who may ftitur UK M lib Ibtfir cu.t m Tlie ia pf> (ituatral, IB the mcSt pnfl .il Ihe IDH n. and Btoppine place f r the ma Madnon line ol p wl conrbi'a and rnrnagi kept oat hund to couev pnaaenfrra any pntat uv' tlM atajre route tuey tuny d< airc In v R F OAV18 Wi ilc n liter Ool S7 CO. TSlf THIS Home his been newly fluel up Impmved in manner ttni make (i rqivnl lur accummoda- ny hnu-ie In the (nierior of Prnirteiille, i 1SU O JOMIS Co. 7if. j P I CABLET CHAIR WAREHOUSE. Eatl ffattr itrecf.MilHT.iitit rite Kiiusnbiir will inaketnor- der, all kinds of Cabinet Waff, indndine Softs, Bu- reaus, '1 Bed- Ac A superior to) any Furniture in) ported: fromthr 1 nil (parlienlarlf second hiniid) KInch if lioukod about town. rt ci in, it all kinds HAIRS will be made to order, ind lokl low for ready pny Koremlwr, 13, 1843 JOHN JENKINS. Utf TT be ol at private sale, I moiiti arlirlia vit SO Ir itb< r, Uiicn tan 13 <1n lirull.- tc'fllln r, SO d iz tritnniiiiir SO skins, 100 a nl {Than, 20X1 Un Ulaot Irud, riO brain warranted to Imp tiolt it only DO rtrh Uo smni1 gond pnrfar which VhiU acltanfii f.ir any knirt ofsotr-slilr property. IH j p HAGUE. OftO PEEI' nf cood cdtnimher at iht [few Lumber YnnJ ill the rrirnflhe Cnbtnrt and ChnirfjctiiiT opniwm A QOVE. JulyH   C Wall, and any debis rlne by J Whilni) A. Co Mill be paid by C Will Aupiisi X> 1843 JL BOAT WOOD. Slnllms- per Cord (n will or paid for Wood delivered nt Ihe Pier B "TMPHrVY int. n. lliilverwiil TFiND lo rnre all disease, becaasr they tin iiitnrnl iiifdicmr.il ma i, and Forr only ri move tfir enrrnpt or vilta ed mora llie c mrf of p'ain and mt kin It ng ihe grfod humors to give life autl lliahh Anagrner I fmriilT mrrlicinr especially in a rountiy Kit to sudrii n ol trin- lliix, tfieir vilni- m iticalcolable By tii l lie Urindrrlh Pills nl on lniridf nil mid a nii'xlfii mi irk .it sickm take place, lliry could hr civ< ti nt and will nfVsj In in inflimmntino of ihrbfiwrla these pills w li nt anci' reh vn. and nnie in Iheir nrrnnti g to tlir dirvctinnc vkitl surrty do all Ili4t m. dicin'caudo to restoi th' In nlth of the pittent In Frur nnd Ague end alt COM pllltllM, llll If Valui IM 1114 StHllsUil In arirting Irom Ihe usr of mercury. or Irom sny cause or utialmn from bad blond oi Ihnr u ill nrodun the hippv rrmills In all Frysipelris Suit titir-niii, nnd in nil c hr.mic of r< cent thv thi Itr tnilreili Pills w ill In prf du( tixr ot in nitr an grrat a r (or the IM iti r in 11 raiue great tti inkfutnesn In of indi ruin m v, Ifli- 'fi'irl.nnd in nil slmnuth and Is (lie Itratiilrelh 1'Ull will be Jcmud A in  >f the thrre tabeli hoi i tlirrc on I pillsarr if imi, ttiry are Qt I hrnlinn' 1'ih. nrr f r sale al orSjUI iirr Box.bj tin nu li ni-d agent's, <'O, II tyl 2fnf rllGHL-Y IMPORTANT CCE1V n new supply Pease  r cheap at WALTER collars, f >r sale mLSAM LIVER WORT, tlie cinlv rrmrdj to b> relied om f r the rur of cnnanmption all tfas> fullowinff corlificati's tttv VnriR Orlober M, 184) A id, about Ism rs sinre Irouhlcrl witfi irrre cough, pain in the bftitt and raicinf tt hlood I was inonrcd tn purrhtie a bntlln rf Taylor s Bilnnm ol 3TIV wlncli relieved me n hi-n wouMf and my wifr has sincf it the benrliriKl rifcctn, curirtd Ihs iri Iht tlvnv certificate mr li. arty recnminend to alt ajBietnl Kitlinov of consiimnVnn or cornptnini Balasjnof LiTet. unrl snldonly st Wi Bnwery SKTH VALENTINE cor tt M Or Muden Mrs riilton st BroOiljUi C T. Jacobs, aarnt for Uetroil UJ 'UOHV nji-ntlor GOOD HEMBDV. fur Aatil ond Pntr f> WARRANTED TO Coinpound Vefeiable Iv ihr one which mill enVetaaltf the eiutr of Am.' W I' hM kn wntofiir andlhefaciofltbtlmi taCH't sprak's vnlnRlrst f rsaleb> an C, IP 14,   

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