Milwaukie Sentinel, May 4, 1844

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May 04, 1844

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Milwaukie Sentinel (Newspaper) - May 4, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin ELISHA STARR, EDITOR ft PUBLUBBK, "WHERE LIBERTY DWELLS, MILWAUKIE. WISCONSIN; SATURDAY MAY 4, 1844. lu limn' "REFLECTIONS. sot llie nmiiikable features of Ihe ue live is, the rapidity wiih which isirii-ij progresses towards perfection utiKimns which owe their birth lo bar is, anil which were only filled for man vilned stale, have heretofore been con npedmg his progress and emba'ra'v attempl al improvement. In by-gone IJ'Zainaoi atlon waa looked upon ns bomeihints jKtearc.-nna i.. morale or government, as a d mgcious member ot society, and 'firmly he met with little cncoiiragemenl ,bi> 'disc series mJ oliennmw persecution grci. inventi discovert as ninn-li-emic-mur instead of rwtiiing re i fur I lei 1 ranv Ivo lib he would probably beireal- dungeon, or inflicted w nh lihc rack, or if he escaped. 111 t-, tip BHI Defeated I The bill) making appropriations for Western Hirbors andltiveis was LOST, when iicanic up for I is final passage In the House, on the 18th The voie stood 84 in iavor, 103 against We have not iht names of those who voted against the from the fact that the House It thoroughly democratic, upon democrats must devolve the responsibility of defenilnz this bill, This Is only one featnre in the game which the House !inj been ever since the com- mencement of us session Had Ihe majority ol the Members of Congress resolved, when ihey first arrived in Washington, to squander iheir lime, nnd the people's money, wuhi ut passing any law which should really benefit the conn- try, could hardly have saceeded in their re- solves more effectually than Ihey have al ihe present session Almost their first net was sig- nalized by a disregard of the nt a previous their after acts have been charac- terized by (he some We hate not Ihe l line or disposition to pursue ihese reflections further Later nave Jem irerivcii un nnoum ur the proceedings of the House which pu s a rtlf- fenent construction upon ihe affair, and renders ll not improbib'e ihat the vote ina> b- reconsid- ered The following is an outline of ihe latest The came up on ihe amendment of- friodbj mistake oy Mr Kennedy, which re-in serleil 000 tui Ihe Ohio and oilier rives, af ler it had sir tick out by Ihe House Scv ted an i ami verturaHrl who have gone before even their own, "Thegreatest and tht we find among us a band ol lick spittles to the British Crown, who Van Buren like, go for Brittshtxmg every thing, or in other worih, clmj with the grasp of death to bring us again under vassal- age colonists to Great Britain. Now, sir, take a ship laden with the products of your beautiful west, consisting of heel, pork, butter, and lard, to the English she taxes it more thin 50 percent, while the return en rgo of that same ship, consisting of her manufactures, is, under this enormous bill of abominations, the vrbig tan IT, subject to a duly tocos tlicinse-lvca admit) not over per eel.I on the average Now these statements are not the mere, ipsi dml, wholesale, random declarations of the writer, they are tahen, and tuAen fairly from the various tariffs as they are, nnd from congressional documents and and espe cntlly document No 211, of congress, 3d session, House rf Representatives which doc umcnt I would recommend tins Salomon of Milwaukee to I shall benbli- Ike Mitt. Alrfft Sir ihe last DUtnbor ol your, pa- per thai it has been supposed by many uf us" that when we come to form our own tfovern.- ernmeni, (meaning a Slate the fight has been giuiiiintted iy Congresi to all, wi hou: regard to iheir n.mvity, lo have a voice in Us formation Will you please iRlorm me when Congress "guirameed" such where Ihe act may he luund and when passed. have unable to find any ffiuh law or act of Congress Will you please further Inform me wheil ei you ipprove the act pawed at the last session of our legislature which granted lo all while inbablinms over llieane of twen- ty one years, and w ho had been a resident of ihe Termor) three months next preceding the elec- tion [ihe right] vote" lor Delegates to the Convention tor forming n Conslitutmn _ A VOTER. SPEECH OF MR HUSSEY Vf LINN The icrmrki copied from ihe Salem Wf re ma-Seat T meeung of the Whigs in ihe 3d disirnl nf Mas- Mr iti a member of the so- cirry nt I'riends pure mimletl ard possessing ihni power and discriminatmn. Bud such Im ls" hi nest as will -ot nllovr turn from Mcket ship Cambridge', arrived at New V..rk morning from Livprpool, with advices lo Sun- I day the J7th ult metu.ive The orn m.rket it dull. American flour is h irtr Tttcre ii rumor that Lord Wharnolifife will succeed ihe Ear' de Orey as L-.rd Lwulrnant nf Irrland, nnd Lord Langdnle Sir Edward den, as Irish Chancellor I U is expected tliat tlie dueen of Englnnd, bv her consort, will arrive at Ber- 1m nn the 15th or May. But a wuh laid lo have been expressed m London, tint visit, liki" ttint to Louis Phillippe, may be considered 1 a friendly meeting It is and that the- Emperor of Russia will pay his cninplimentii to the Queen of Gieai Britain before he (joes lo Vienna The Queen, on her return will past a few days on the banks-oi tlie Rhine. ihai Ihe Hon Mr tht newBtivajHo France, rt- crntlyanffniniedSreieiiirvof Legation, wttlpri.b- abty SK 11 for France in ihe New Yotk packet on the Srsi ofnett momli Nat fbasamitts colorrd ciiuens of Wayne county, N Y have se-m a pell ton lothe Legislature, proving ihai ihe servires ol ibe 1 btsck cliijenn whtic in nst nt of slait rv up lo Ifhil.mny be p io twenty five mill- ions of Oullnrsi irvawNislroiiN I ged lo quote him to il we met t upon the I posiine good In mnraciicable FORDM And as this hereafter to be the tlie- slies Atiei n lesoluti m in tavor of Mr Clav erjl members antioiM thai ihe amend bc si mined and feared w a pers.n only mciu be ttlllldraun Speaker lie ctin' hid been sscondcj Mi Kennedy appealed anc1 iiurc u'nt little was extant, grii liom sorieij Now liou diffeienl uc, and us char iclensii s1 In ur( vi n axeman his Ic-nrncd lo apply tlie ta principles which natnre Jus- breii is 1 oin lime iinnem lo te.tch him, and Ins eonin enceilihe unrA of improve r n h is II iwn on id C irr-i r, a vc- Jj rheNt'n Oilenns mini hasooineil for Ihe h-il rjintler bl hems half ,1 null on mote ilian the ihe Usi nreeeding quar tct I m thc musty m ru crip s of ,hc nas d was ml was taUin or the amendment anu lost-ayes C, noes 112 llie (jnes'itn ihen cune up on ihp cn- Rrossmtm ol ihe bill Mr Wcllcr and Mr Dougl iss Wist ed lo be excused I mm voling, be c.iusc he "Illinois" river was stricken oul Tiny chirged Ihe Ohio delegntun niih com- bining lo kill thc Illinois, rive appropriation, so .is io bi m fit tlit run e, and the Li e I ui mil) astonishing nd Minimi. We ol All poinis el order were raised lieen iiry in iv well wondir where it is to bmtheiole wis taUn and lost is itovo suited nd riondt r on llie next itiuus which .1 c njr move I to n cons dcr Hie vu e "i innovated jnd lilflo inouldt i mloolAtii- Mr CMiikerhofi moved ll i'pr-> iou> questum, i llns conlinued prioress onvi.ird House refused lo reconsider L ..application of ihe ilictrine ol lo i Hies rnlnisie-d loll ein hi. l Us 11 I III h tt IM in II 111 111 Hi- 1C ec i i i it is .1 dnt) nf to the i licit is ind he reidy locheik ui jt nifit n suh usion Kven in our roun I hct nenutiit n i ed rtunds .tnrl t n I rnid nli di n the ,lp ibill ot ihe [i is o mu mil HI for sell rn- I i i. ion my is now fast s living i ;i pr Ijli rn ol Hie and mij fftei i pi ie ii t xpectili inslrnc' Ii I un lie p pnlir onlb caks ol p i ml ii bin' c 11 ik un of the tr.nioi, !in T llie mid 1 'u and amhi i >us. tltini u ir ti t Ihc UK si d n us io ur li i pj eounliy an 1 us ins i uiu is impeieliment ot iht indmnas J idge 1 Illott celebrated in New Orttuir by the tit i f c inmm itT liio Oln a ijunkt liunkii .'Jill, Cunsti irtntfl fur llie here tins neek te r 'I lie M tura i' ot Uubuque has re irtincnt mid inny bt K i H r iv llie- 1-lli, Fleiiry (r K r u t m o ikd collector nt Jlosloo to lie Senile in Rantoul, who lid Ilu Sc M QIC IM i lei nothing isyel that tan n heil n Tie list politic i1 rumor istliitt'ic di mocrit- K 1'iiiy has iti mil.IM> d all of beating lui ixciptkv running Gen JJCKSOH, and Until F lluller luis g >ne 10 Hermitage, w ting i xpregs biisini so I he c M c out in nn in i Ie (f Icfls Tills I I nrse whieli will G'ibe has in t.ivor nf he atincxi- s i ttulicniion of [Iji i c ntmcl All mvjllieh April, fill LtUlvt arriving IKIIIII Irom II niruliinj; oml be'iiutiful now lonn, M 1 w lmv( bet n fuvorrd with a pencil of a lonir arti Ic n the Mifwaiikic Conrtur srgnf d J Km elnndr purporting to be an aniwt r and probulily claimed to be1 a perfect use up, of rny on thn t intf rrldtti g lo wool mid wooli n m inufaclnrca "Tertc ind 3 i suli si} s the editor of tint terse nil sensible Ille- vny first po sit on t ikt n in terse r nd se risible at tiele is an udi ussion of a filse stmc-rnetit i cuinpljmorf ol on tin part of that paper in not publisln tilt; lar 11 an it is lie then goes on nnd asserts the duty on log chains (winch seems tolling very n tluriil ibout that gentleman s neck) und( r tlie black whig tariff pays over 110 per cent Heie lie is, looo tnco like, wilb two but wont isf Now what says the law and the testimony on ll-nl subject 1 Why it says in section 4, ar- ticle 3d Iron rabies, 3) cents per nn all ollu r chains of iron, the links being oi the form pccutinr to chains for cables not older u ne spec U R- piirsned Mr V.m ified, the links when straight of greaU r length The Ol be is thc or- limn those used in Uiinn cables, (which des di mo Irom cribis ful y llie log per cent ad vnlo which Ins he-rclolore rem. Again I do they not publish thc tariff as it is if they are so very anxiors to get nn exorbitant Jugfi tariff, why do lluy not publteh the tariffuf hill uf abom- inations voted lor by Martin Van II Silas Wright, ond opposed by Henry Clay as being too high? Ihit tariff was high enough in nil conscience without ex ngceralion But this bhck whig tariff, which thissige of Milivaukie says was pussed by u very ignorant congress, "lew ot whom (for stance the chairman of vravsnnd means) knew 1 iHsdiy Insi, i trunk ami n about mercantile Mr B n ind his si t Hi me to appoint the tune, the pi ice, and ttie manner it would be very ungenerous m me w no live at least 40 miles farther south lhan the gentleman does, nnd of course in a more cllivulrnns to gue him in oppnrlumly to enlighten, ns well as to astonish the norld iviih his "terse and sensible tieiot Now thcrefiire, in Hint may both have acci is to alt documentary ta( cor reel stenographers, stnen. f >r auditors, ind John fyler for chairman or moderator, I think the boa, plice will bt- 'he of llie- ro tunda, or tliu rotunda itself of Washington Jt beini; a nt ttniionul tift ttr. surclv tlie natton ought tu hive the benefit ot his v, isdeim, thai it lie not thrown m vasic upon the desert air Ot course nl present it cniilil be ol little service to confine it to Wisconsin assliewill not a v tte in Ihe coming conkist, ixnel be sides wlio knows bil' it rny be the means ol turning the si ule in favor of VI trim Van Buren oi course thbt will i mitle ojr young trund to the Irat se'af in the to M irlm Van Hnren of and (tint will be only one sti fioin 11 e Ihrone, tvlnc-h can easi j tin likin Antl then, Mr Editoi, if Mille is not before perfected, IN hat a world tint will be for pinr Jo Sin tli, he is vgtil ol it is of nti m iy as II i'o afa llie coin ilnl, ttlien cnpt pointid it him (town it be inv sakly to do isi But then where nnd kint> Id tins pioAiyy t tils it before tiio uoi It l titu'ism riMjuire of me tlie eicrif e Should not liic vf louiitry mi to the en it ol hultl country Inr li u h >ur P nrefil lu V3 iltvanAie fnlks u ill ntiilersland t and il it not rny dutv n id my though I in tlie rft nil Will it not be "Inrtj enaugti to flic "under surli T. clue' as to ttmc wnuld be at till nxcopl I ie' 4th of d iy tixi-u on fur Jliiilrtio Jut.1 svn tu die ASI uoiv That is the day Ind th onhi day.. Then as to the -ninner Well Mr Editor, hi ic loo I nm deposed to be magnanimous arid generous Mr Xneeland shall maAe the open- ing address, (addressing himself to Jons Tun In all his speech t hen speaking of Mr Van Buren, he shall be permitted a special puvi Ihe Grant County Herildihat a larsre. and re pect.ible pmiiun o1 ihe ptoplt of ihe weat rn pare of ihe Ternuiry, uiihuiil t'ls-tinctiOT of piny, are oppused to ihe let thc Legislaltire, lo naiurah7fd lor- cigneri ol inrc'e months residence only, ihe nshi ol vi tins fot to form a Constitution Althinifrh no expiessum nf aentiment on this question Ins been m ide in public meetms in Raeme Coun y lei n is belli ved and Mied by those who have full means of knowledge nine i-nth-of the peopie ot llii County .ire 1 ke wise opposed toih u ai I Whal the enndid opm loa ol the people in this County on llns qnes um is, I have but litlle means of bui fiom what I luie heard nf individual opinion, I be- lieve tint two thirds nl least, 111mK it a verv un necessary and unwise law all eveni', is my opinion, and I! beg a binall corner occasionally of your interesting papertogive mj reasons fur my belief I .im wel1 aware ihat tu flaller the multiiuJe, and panicnla Iy the fur- s ihe best nay to secu-c iheir 'upport hri I been ad ipled one in regard 10 Amen iin pry was read when Mr TItissev o! Lynn, rose and suit tf I was mu ti pie isid r i hedr such i lesnlmion preseni- ec io theConit-niKin, beinn? .is il did npin a subject in whieh he fell .1 deep a sob jcci, loo whirh demands our mosi sei lo sideranon Bui as a man, he wishee1 lo be eon sjstent ard i member of ihe I e wished It lo in au lo llie worl I uhl h wen lit stimp ihe i h inner of imocency urion thc deles u is c impose it Let Us then .is riiutnl men ennsliler well what we ab nil In ihe reso'niion aic i bin Ho ad pt rdtidpin ng we Inve just pissed h ulniS i Qlave li Icier, I hid almobl sad lo Iieaven 1 Js oppitfssit n such a en me, and are oppie'sors so nihj >ui c inful ncc1 fs 1 jacrerl toon, hej (s while he u ho wrenched Lhe sime liberty fro n e licrst is so northv ot 1 liese ire quesitens whirl come home ti otir hn i qtit 6 ions ilie wajld will ard wliK i we .ire bojnel lo answer For one 1 irn leidy lo ireel Hum Gemleri en bu not al rmp vutiu his rmde Loncession to .nlvinti. Us onn n biects n ciineessmns i pi inc b itc icessionsol sin.fl' inieiesis lusiee ihe loss of 1 .im .1 i C o Winr and tltoi ah 1 r.nely mingle in 'Mlnicil lile, I im ttillin? the whole, shuulrl know the opinions 1 eniertnn I im i 'nend lothe -I IVP im ivilhns ihe fiends ol hu mntly should know llie ciirtessinns I m ie Bin unless they know v, 1 in Ilu in I in iy ippeai inctinsisi m ind when the v, trlil knows hi iris run vent c jncpedt an imeiesi, it it Ms Ihe gre il pi in ip1' no neoilsi-tiiej vMlinirkus leliuns m tic rcsoltaions before us I hue- ronsen ed i suppo t H my Chj (i sale lioU i rM ir llie. I n to which m n r.n ispne 1 h ledmc H iler IIP innsi st n jus consul rii nit II thiibriispp n virtues nH en r n nc i Inve thir uenze I ihe pi w ue find nib ie h( if ihe i tn 1 hue rt sjns s reisons u ih win h I (rust eve ol cun rurs 1 here Te tl'rce are U interests nt Ihis imi-af fitiinsihe seri i I of our r oiiui it ni. ti wKn i, to tm i tlxp nroiec ion ul in islet tnnicl nut Lhc st i ions consn 1 1 iiions uj j 11 v. ho i. ve (itijtit lo Ii p f l in oujllt lo lose The lirsi and sreiKsi ol hese is Ancric n I Slaverv Ihe ol icrs, ihe prole uon ol Amei Inlisiry nd ihe esi ihlishmcnl of Nation il Pol ic h winch sir ill uisnre i uniform c irren y anJ givcsiibihty lo mereimtle operin ns W iy thci I in isliud do 1 sicnfice the must inipeirian interests iu obtun the p ntertinn of 1 Idino I ml um sicnfice imt I win you, and Vim rtdn me, only cling io the tin ind snnd reidy .0 gr.isp tie enhcr wheievei mil ever it shall b- in nm I Ins was ie sp nifed to b) 'he u hole com eniion J The question tti li Us is noi il ill ne support and elect a mnn possi ssms evejry vinue ind up holoiiiR every ipteies' i, Henry Cdiv, Hiifi nn perfections n huh are common lo hnmaniij Tlieqi esiion for Ihe Phil inih opist in consider We bmsinpw of oar rational m- dusliy .isexhibi'ed in our maruhcmres but in old times u deimesnc tntlusiry which wa? Ihe order of ihe dav, flnj i-liieh neiilier pridc sulhed um .riches impaired In I'M, a society was, lormed in B slim in prmnuie indusiry This ivis one of ihe kmd tar ihey prejciieJ by practice, rather ihan iheory In H53. they eelebrdled Iheir dnnnersaiy on Bifeion Cuininiin lien ihiee nnmlrerf lemrtles .utired in cloih ufiliLlr own m muf tenure wur- ,il uric with their spinning wliecK We do not believe lint such i as n spinmne wheel cm be funnel in i fishiomb e house in tni citv, ind >et in old ladies ol weitiji had sm ill ebjny and mi hog inv spmninxAhcets inl.-U Huh were c cidsiunatlr biouahl rlinin in ihe parlor, .UK' I lines -yan mil talked ni h their ICnillin uisihuin gener I ween iat on, ill me sii 1. ml ted ni me Ijnnly, besides mills and _ Atro f im MATTERS THINGS IN Wheic Ihe tlmenctimole We si Hed in our list, op niun, ihat 10 000 hie ofocos ijirdthe AHIP ie in lioi- et It seems we were lery nearihp mirlc The Journii if eon me ce giies ihe f illnwirz sme mem (t the source from whence c imc the Ha ti VQ vote F oir ihe Demnpritic parly 5 711 From the From not accustomed KI or liorr he ot pupuliuon G31 e tu by Divid Ab.-l, 10 China liappeurs llnl prcbnl'ly .ibnit one third or ere Mlflh of nil ihe fniMlc children of ih u coumrr soon afier birih. H tins Shill we f IVL who hns piejiulse I jiisiice ind ih u lie l uloaiy nci al i Sla enald pincl.iimcel Bull will not help to sacrifice their own nlii- male good, and endanger ihe perpeiuiiy of our free ins.i.uuons, giin their present favor- "Sen'tlem'nl sla.ery-I abhor oppress. ndin ifts uiltr mte a jV nlkfrn d flirr., igucnhu out into ftn and isemeiit who ]ld_ins; tr MI) l t leisot ihe fwsi, ivonld sell ihe wh tie Nonh mlo nery Dalvjncea binsle itiiti esl til his uwrl Or we hive ihe whu h s oroveil hnnsell ira by he Wean botin I c tmeive to tnilie i See In ud the. M ibeie is riri nible ground hope IIP s-ienhee will pio (luce ihe desired res ill e nut c tiled loeisidtir pe irl-> bi fi i e swine We are r >t b mntl lo sict fur own fonif ris an I Inppi ness, nor ihe rne iris or obi lining t lem, when utir ovi ic is n n is ire com n ced th u ihe_snii fiee ill ire Inn Is or ihe eipprcssci- Cut loekuis; up in Hutiiy Clu as i sliu- hul dec funnelling ins v his unequ ulee l il- en hi, nnb ndingiiiKgn I is unehanj nj sicadt istness n] tlie defence of Norl ern Kite ests, ndiliei u icsisof ihe whole cun ilij there n i bi stnde to relieve su with Vickey's maids of honor Mow let us compare for a moment the black whig tariff with the lucofcico British tariff For 4 years our exports to Gieat Britain were as viz Value nf exports ISM ISM IStO 19 93 BrllWt duly K13KW1 am una to 47 pr cent M pr cent G6 pr cent 63 pr cent Hen there 11 an average of53} percent du- ties actually collected by Great Britain, and is per cent higher tbaa it iwjxwed by our black whig tariff. it may wrm, tntteid ofu jhissialr. Gen Louis was his junior by only AmeiiOMiud KfsUm of jceinrooity at vlToca Ihreejears J hrmly believe Ihat knowledge and skill in public affairs are not acquired m a daj ihey arenoi caiucd by iniuuicm, but are ihe slow re salt of life tune devoted tu the sini'.y and prac- tice of public nffair- Tlidl ihe right oi suf frngeisnot a natural i mM but n rcgaid. bestowed noi as ihe result ol being born a white in which merit or demeri can hive no place bui as the resuli nf superior in- telligence, indaslry, proper nee and good cha racier.___________LEOfilDAS II issaid Ih.llB F Builer.the udof Mi. Van Buren, Jtioui lu make a pilgrimixe lo see General Jieksun, and il laprabibl' ihuhibob jeci is to in erccuV wuh the old Hero lu issue onit-rs fur all 10 voie? in lavm ol Buren, foi u is mamrest ihit he sink mile s can sumeihmij to cling to Van has nu merit of Ins own and a jam lu gn begxmg in ihe Hermtiasc ptr.isiie is IJUe at ihe most coniempnble ubjecia laat exists in a free couniry Amonslhe pall bearers at the funeral of Mfl- lor Qencrsl Lewis m New York, we noileeiht of POFBAW, now in his 93ct the last survivor nf the nriijlnal Cincinnati of erlv lo Ihe cap Uel ion fro n inv bean And ivhile 1 am red thai llie j iMifj me concession I mike, I balieve siiei ini iher concession will i ever he called for Until and hnpe in u nun, no one mil he-inte tn proclum iloud to itie u orld, ih I sluery isacine and oppressiun itrime And for inysell, while 1 now loic lor a si.ue Imtder to fill ihe sianun m a N mop's gili.Ini incsime time- before you and before high Heav en, ihii 'us the I isi tine Tlirinishi'ie dim distance of lite shadow v fit tuii, I ste ihedawn ol i bngltier day, dnd in iy ouracis hisien us e hasofVai tneaiy ahead {ne succeed in onr eji on il cireer, we will give ihai Wy a new hat lor suitjesnng sued an agieeib e Jiw.nta.1 Sirnclny so to mfrtint; m Jon bucks in low i are slid logo to mee insina pur of p-n'nrooiM romjioseil of hemp "ml hop vines, a vesi madeevfi hornet's rest and piste, a shin rnaiiuf Kilned ol inilli ind cniion, ind to crowi we ir wolf cap bare- loot Wliatuill Trollone s y now 1 Arnona the on bnrd of a paclrci ship jnsi i ved in Ne'.v YurU- are T neirlv feel in i gi inlcss, i about seven n and a dvvirf wenty ihrpeincles n I, or lieretbints, bcin? ihree inches sluirrer lhan Ihe f iinons Tmn 1 hump flu fii ml rnd eiintcss ire mm .met will nuke their anpea ante .it the Mnst- um We leu n from Wesicliesie' l nt Lilly me priae li.'s bcei u'niemed to a fine o! 1J500 for killing McCoy Cheip' Phill pe is the o ly inonireh wh i In- discmere I ih il Pai is is Prime The vi.'lls in tind Ihe cnv are cnmp eli-d aril are Kirrisonid by 100000 m >n feimjjp ihat ihe s g' ill nf Nipileon shou i have be'en wintins in mis iiipirnut point Nialiedamy cm n iw .'el possess on ol he ei v, nor cm Ihe pen pp I iiveriiirn the while the soldiers c ml ol the cannon trom ilie wills A n imtifnl cm lay 'he f lUnd i inn l( r perm merit happim ss m m trried life, il uj cons ipnl iispunciple he n is-iincliliecl by gripe, m tv unne flow OT lhrou_h life Inrrnoniouslv o ei I her, u i li nmh ns: lo d stu b Tft o Uindred sire nns wlmh utiue an 1 flow nn lo- peihi i, l hen waters, and become inse- peritc'U KM, slid eeitlv and penceibly oti low ml the o cm, i one of Ihe mos beittii ohjrcls in tia'vie But two teiris unned of SPiinine.ifiecii m and sanpiifien liv the fjnce in God Bi on n ihe sime channel ol holy af- fect on nd uniii ttly sceltinfi ihe eXiltLit Ihe glory ol Gml .ind Ihe luppmess ol us une e f ihe bcauiuul things in ll euntieiS" Tlv Quc-ilo'1 S ill it 1ms to llie New Ode ins Piciyune, the Tex ins ihii "in e.iae our Sennte refuses lo riufy the bill for Ihe annesi mi. Ihe Sejiile ot Tex is wM at tnce nnncillv to Hal As is no such Inn? as tiijr muni! a move ment of this kind, we must look upon the ques- tion is icti'ed Capital imn in Ohio, well mnunled nnd urmng nn a drove ol lit lioss Deiron iret i chirmms lot hitle irirls, as ih-y reinrnins: from school, when one of them as she pissed he "swmuh made a very prettv policies} "'Vij, my I (Je sud the mm, "dn you courlesy lo A wh ile drove of "No iitilshe, wi h a m isi provoking smile, "onlj (o'lie one on liorsebi'-lc 4 SOCK fellow rilling lum'elf Ephiatin B Screw, a horsf Mini, is advertised ps hivuff escaped fr mi one oi our Western prisons, so there is a loose "omewhere. Enflubmen OK Anertam Soil men ti oin Erie rind aie .il) ml esi blistnngihem sell es u Si L( ins, a here ihey purpose minii- on an eiiinstve scat tjH'tn s and wire E nh lur ihe c nninein esdh- en and fur lite vessels in whu h the quei n's Wiire is burned abounds in ihe vicinuv of St. Louis Pnrcflain clay equil to Ih it used in Eiiir hind, is found in several couniifs m the state uf Missiiuri Patter's Prafrly Bhck rock and Buffilo prnpcrty kit by Gen. Porter. IB valued at IB Lint- Part of HllivMklt. 'or CammtTciul lltntd 4y Dmimm t Co AltRlVMJ! April ID Scln N Dtnuuiao I' ixll Slii-btiyjan. u I, Wilkin> HuAjki, srhrUl oini In n ort, Clticajo, 11 sciir pebt Mutton -Jle deiron, Tw n Ittrril, Brtit lltnin llmU Joielih, IJ silu N Mans inn lUclnc ]J tirftl lldnlvrr Ilill, lintittrU, I fichr 11 M Kinnrc, Wood, ach i lltinon Fet r Vari'ngu rttiuiif Detrort Ktlir ltiKkiteit UnlTjtu, st M muXe Phftlt I i land, 1 onoagur Ij schrftwan------( Itidniiil 16 scin> M ointirr llufftlu, lii Itihecca Kunu o Allen II n tliiei.o, IT, srjjj In Ktnhf, MitttcMCP J tines "Hjdlsr n MchHelyll nnfTdci, A "n.lii-1'i mac.-------- It ffilo, u hiln ML i e, Mtintan tsh. ll I nniiltii fill -Jti ml Ch c-ln N Ktjitm ttui inf, 11 seln Me m MOI..III pi i Slum n P in j 22 "it i Jjfiui Junes Midi-Hid, Mel Cliicsjo, 1 let tnnlJljrl lluff.ilu, hell J -.unlit Mjr Alp -llvorC em 21 p (III; Hercn ci r ter Hiiffii 3, f-ehrPin Irmlir i I t I it} Co I ell Mil.k. J in Sj sehrM 1 Mnijm si riiulMiHl Ui WttM I niun Ui W .null HI I IrM-lmi! Ilin I 3j inkle icin up MAIIUUHUI., DLi'Anitjitrs 10 slc-inihnr.tMi.M-inl rhir. o, bClir A .itiftlii rt toil GILCV Hay pchrN II iisum: Pnui.Il Katlne tl IR tir M DI e Mnruin t! i IJ sclir iiiilliaui (KinltCl schr I) instttan Teixvell M.IIIHUWOC, 13 bel r Pir r ader Man 14 ileiinlioul H illket Illll PUuiurd, Cl II M Ki nice, Wood ei.itun 1'owctl do Relit s-iv ,n Jo setl 7 rny tlow lid, C] IcifiQ biu K( Ijeci a A III tl do KI. u II tcfcnpr DaMilsnu itu 22 hleiitiliiu JiiutM Maelisein MePlilui, n iffalo II i -iitii in nil Uu it 1 loclitn] Itin, riilctjo scl i J rsirnili HH neourl t hk IIIH UI rt r utiiAh, I'l rt j Mil kegoit Ml I AlpIU cl itps uiitriiiijfH lie irTltiilw Jill Ih line frold r, and tin with the mutlt ci lphr.iUd insnrted i into the tt( th wtnte in a soft and plmble ite, .ind tt h ch kecomert, in a frtv us hard as the tooth itsilf lie bus now un It nd a (food assortment of Stockton's best mine ral teeth MilwauUie.Nov 1S42 WHITEWATER HOTI ti THH having furnisltmi (Ins atid comrinodiuiis Housr in a superior style, are now prepared lo enicrtniu tite travelling public coiofarlalily as at any public house in the Ters ritory We will spire no pains to give entire satisfuctloa let alt nha may lavnr with their custom TUe hoiuc IK pleasantly mlualcd, m the most business part ot the town and is the regular place the Milwaukie and Mndison line o( post coaches [O" flnrses and kept constnnllv on hand tn cmiry I" any point off the singe route they may desire to visit. E F DAVI9 CO Pel CT ftlf PHAIKIEVILLE HOUSED IS House has been newly filled up and improved m t manner make- u equal for iccoinmuda- tlonsiorny house in thc Interior of Wisconsin The subncribers having hid cn-vi Irr ible experience in ihe keeping crt Pub ie (Jo ises will endeavor in do justice lo ill efOtL and WHITF LEAD fir BYRON Co _ 1 2 IX) LBS cheese, superior qualily, just re- ceued per Missouri, at the rnrnnr of Wwcnntin and water >i F J BLAIR. a_pnl 13 _______ _ __ _ M _ __ dried apple's lusi'ieci-ivrd at the crockery slore eo rnf r of Wis consm nnd water al. F BLAIR 17 d for Wheat 1 Deney's Bloc DOZ superior linen collars, for sale OO clieap .1 W ALTER JtltfO S De- 30 4OOO LBS of hams and shoulders Jusl per strainer Chimpmn, nod (or iit gi per Ib PAYNE VAM ALSTtNE. apr.M__________________y A f LOT of willlx- A for other properly at the auction roere J F HAGUE. BOILER mON.and CHEAP CASH E8TABLH FAMILY PROVtnC..... 4 T the Grocery Siorr, ant door MMtk of tfce "i. College Inn, where P.our. Port, utter, anil in fact provisloBs of every be had at ine lowesi Farmerstnd other, product MM> will di well lucall tl ihit esiaMkhBMat s-ttinfr wishluf io purchttt wilt it forihelr inieresttuflre attf' eahn hi bw> fcetwaoB tfet l toMHrt The eonneahn hi inns heretofore enistiiie sul trnbers day by i.tattMl tnlvrd All due by tht will paid on prfsenlitmn by Win H Palsaft.BBd Ml debts dut io ttae eoncprn must IB WILLIAM H MMMR, FRANCIS DAVUtt. Milvankie, April 8. 1844 N B OflHtMBMt pstntinff, gilrting, f latinf paper tte. will be continued Bt old tHamt h; WiHsMt H Palmer. W P. C. HALK, BOOK-SELLER STATIONER, HAS removed to bf low the Port OAce, lam consunllv on MaorUMM Law, Sclinnt Books, ItLASK BOOKS and STATIONBKT, ofall kinds; WrillBf-Mld Wnpplkg Paper, Cards; and frititmc and Ink, Mr H fc tut new ctpvttmf k nnnf tn autionery, Toys. all of wiH HMlW low for Cash M.lwtuk.e, M, J TU BBNT A room trlih powtrM imnUt per J Mr. iht FltBlnii mill T. PcrklM. Hilwtukle.jept 81. 1843 FOR Hill U BOW 4 tiding or Itjmber cr.pU.B, awl wHl 4o It W ,t t, Uad MitflBiMlJ ;