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   Milwaukie Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 2, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               WHERE LIBERTY DWELLS, THERE IS MY COUNTRY.-----Franklin. BY ELISHA STARR CD. MILWAUKIE, WISCONSIN; SATURDAY NOVEMBER '2. 1844. VOT.8, NO.7-----WHOLE NO. 371. BUSINESS oiuKCTOKY. MILWAUKIE SENTINEL Ht. M.1 U l'UM 1 III UlJ. prk: oflhe lttmfs heen foand h..... in-criei! lor FIVE DOLLARS j-ear.or 7'lty DOLLAKH lor one quarter. COTTAGE INN. By TarTt Water street, Milwmikie, W. T._________ MlL'WVUKll': HOUSE. By C Wnll, Wisconsin si reel, Milwaukie, W. T. I.. MAC! AllTIIVll AND i: riTAKll, EDITORS. Monday (Horning, October 38, Bf.'. Whitney street, Milwankie, W. T. _ nbrit cowry BvAiwond Si Potier. Janesville, R.x-k cminiy, Wisconsin. By Mir-nisan East Water street, W.T. FOV.VT-UN 1IOIKK. By fceonj" K. Graves, aflh' Iluiv ffCient IV'itcrn Iluirl West Ward, Milw.iukie WHITEWATER EXCHANGE, By Travellers will find excellent iiccommodiiiion- at thin house. Good stabling provided horses. June. 1814 ____121 CAHY WILLIA'MST Merchant Tailor-, nnd Dialers in Gentlemcr Wearing corner oi Wisconsin an. "Meets, Milwauuie, W. T. THR scttr. Hannah, from go wiih. ;i full of merchandizi' for Detroit, was mially wrecked, 20 mites below M.ilden, on he Canada sh..re The Iti-s of properly alune iit BoflTilo, is estimated ai Considerable damase was clone m Rochester, and on Lake Oniaiio. We givebelrw thedc- I trlisas published in (be Extra Herald of Saiur- ja y- ___ I BytripGreni Westem this morninit we ie- reived Buffilo [vipers Hiving an accuunt the irrrible dN.is er.-. dnrinu ibe Thesihrs. Ohrimpmn .mil Joseph oil HI ihis place, were ai Dennii on Thnisdav, previous lo llio gale, and fmm ihe best informr.- iiun uhiained, ihe Champion went mu> F.iicon Kriilny morning, and i he Joseph War J ceinained in ihe rr er uniiinlier the blow, -c hr. Huston is a-hure en I his Lake at Twin Ilivcrs. The Heiculesi was in Lake Hnruo al .he lime and was ..I the mere} uf the wind and hours, without wotxl or much canvass. STEVENS ELLIS. Dealer in Uroceiies. Provisions on Waiei street 2 below Huron M. Atternev, Counsellor ami Solicitor, W.T. N. B. Oi'iee rcmnvei! in buil Suuih of Bunk.T H II Store, on W-ilcr si a. opposite Shfp.ird St. Jy 1H-IO'J JAMES JOHNSON, M. D. Physician ami Sin-geen. Ollire in Drua Stoie ct'J. A E. Johnson W.ver S'leel, Milws.nl'ie _opp..siie J. L. Ward's Sto-e. Jv A IIMVKKY, Dr.-ilern in teas mid Front si New Yori. Merel'imfd are inviuil to c.'ill before purchasing elsewhere. TREMENDOUS wfnl Destruction of Lives anil HUBBELt. Attorneys and counsellors at law, W. T. isvi in- SELL. A'AII I.VISCIIJH wi D. VAN DERBN, Counsellor Ac. Ac. at and in Chancery, Milwaukie, Wisconsin. PETEII YATES" Allornev at Law .mil Sulicitor in Cliancety T. _ _2 VV.'ftANliAL'L, Alturney at Law, anil Oiier.il Lmd Prltirievillu Milw inUie Co., W. Di.TE DE.NTlS'l" Oflice i-vrr Shep.iril-'in's Tlndw.iri- Store, ..p- pusiir tli'iiie'- C ii'invii'ijl Bloek.___ -------------------j. B. Attorney and ;n Law. ind Solicitor antl Cli n :eiv Ollii nortiii t ilie vjoiiaae Inn, Milw.uU'ie.11_ Attorney nnd Oo.in.sellur :it fvtw .ittemlio all new bu-ii.ess t'ut thclate firm of Upham otlice hyihein CROCK Kit. and Coon-ieHois at Miltvanbic, W T. Otlioi-in llw> hnck linildinit, "Ver the Wisconsin Marine siti.l I1'ire Insur.uice Com- pany's OX il. TWKKlV, _ _ IIAJC- at nod nrs in ninnrerv, Whitewater and K.ist Tr.iy, Wnlw-orlh county, VV T. TIVAr.-JKK KAIII.I., A.O. BtnmcK. Whil.-water, K Troy iioi VV VV. GliMlAU, .11 LIIW, mil Soli, Chiinccrv, Milw.mtie, W. T "i> W-iter-si Esisi dirt' tlv over ihe.si.ire of.I.C Cniiner.tro W. W G will .1 In :my hnsines- enii to his raie Mil. wnuliie .-uid the inlju'iiins ooiiini. s. I'icliiilins colleeti.m of notes nnd nrcoiinls, the In-e- ariitii.n ol real estire, Ac., 30, H42. 13-t f i n, COUNSEU.Oll.fc VITOIl.NKY AT LAW IN Oil VX'KKV. Office r.ornrr uf 11'ntrr anil ever f J ninir'i St'ire. ,M11AV KIT. 'I' !s permit ed n> reler to TWEEDY OR. 1 HOLI'ON'.vG ViDALL, P. C. IIALEK-1. N B 1' irli'Vil r iitl.Miti.-in tn rlrawinif up pape r" [T-'roir mo HnlTiln Conner >V: Oct.21 1 On Fiid.iy nioht last our city wns visited by must tri iiieudous ij.ilf, which, for lie- siriiciiuti of lifi'iind properly, has no pit mi Id in p.ittof ihe country. The gulecom- inrriei il lilovvino; from the soiilh-wesl nt a- bom 12 o'clodc. nnd in less thnn halfitn hour the whole lower pint of thecily south tif ihe r.trial, from Bl.tclt Rock to the Hy- liriinlirs, was suhncisietl in wiiter from uvo In six or eight feel in depth. On the cast side oflhe ci'v, the 'inter came up os high j j us Si nrcix si reel below Mtchiu'tiii. coin- pleli'lv i'ovt'1'td it. So rapid was the ad- vanci' oflhe wati'rs, that we me told by an j infJivi'lu.il residing on the other side of the beiiiij awakened by the noise i of llie, u-irnl, i. ml uiiiirtpiiiiiio; ji rise of he hnsiily his bi fore he could his pnnialoons on, the nniei was over three tei-t deep in ihe house i nhric himselt ,ind fiimilv u-orr obliyrd In slay nhoiii five huuis. An individual who 1 wtis iVl.-iin stroit. rim.- tlie biiilsii', repic- si'ii's uiiu-r us eiHiiinsf up apparently in j oni. wjvi; of tiboul thiee or four feet in d -pih Houses wen-blnwn fict iln- irrciUn- uiotiiil of damage was done almost insutn- tcineotisly. Tin- loss of goods to our citizens ni'ist be dealer M.iiu s'n 11 bi or tii.il on Ciiiniiievcinl stu'< t. liiis i jenpi d from to 30110 doll.us t'iicli The loss of irood? in ilie I'littartline; houses is also very Lit ate Our house h i.l u of i w. nty fiv tons uf diy uoods in hich lire itiori' II-PS (I ami in srroci. i iff the loss is in in.iny ca9'i tolitl nailicnlaily in sti Nils .md tens amnuiii of .jrain nnd loin d.iinnoi'd iind flc-troyi'd il is dilHcnll i'..i iisiviliiiti, it nuisi be veiy Lirije I there w.is M L'iftit ol giain in I store at i Ins time. The il.im.itri. iind losses in steumbonls nni! is .ilso ureai Tin- ytoam'io it i-it Fol'on, will b" a totnl loss; i he bou Gi'o, W. small boiil) it is snp- posi d is rendered unfit for service, bfinsr inolieti in Uvo. Thr sinuinl natsSl. Loins, Gical Wi stern, Cuminodore Pinter, Chuu- tauijiie, niul Indian Queen, nienll move or li'SS (I iinnued. The spars, sails nnd ri.7- jjint; of .1 number of are also much injured. Upwards of e ghlv canal boats liiive been dnvi-n hioh and dry out of j ihe water, some of them a total loss, nnd oth- ers seiionsly injured. hundreds of feet tram HIP building. A m-w two utiiry building corner of inirtnn and Exchange just nbnut lo en- e.lrned, was completely blown and re- mains a heup of ruins. Owned by F. C. Hatch. The new purl of the Mansion Hnu.jp, al- though in an exposed situation, sustained bat little injury. The brick store corner ofSouth-Division and Main sts. wnn partly unroofed, and a great part nt the ibird story was blown in- jured. Building owned by Dr G. E Hnves. A briiifc house un South Division utreet, own- ed by James and nearly finished, was partly blown down nn'l very much injured. The cottage owned by N Dayton, next dnnr wits also much diimaired by lilt falling of Ml. Uubnis' root ntove in, The fam- ily arisen nnd remored tlieir beds just be- fore f fie aoci.lent. The steeple oflhe Park Chareh twisted I rom n perpeniiii-ular line, and remains in a very RCCore pnHitifin. One refine chimneys cif the renr purt 01' the A.....riean lintel was blown bricks made u breach the roof nnd fell on lo a bed in a pinif room below, and hislened down a person sleeping there. AHaiuLunce was remli.red and he wa-. exiricaled witho.il injury. The new inaRliine simp and cur house nf the Attion and Buffnlu Railroad Company were completely dewtroyed new tanii'-ry near the Hamburgh Ca- nal was moved from its foundation Bush Howard's machinery and much damaged. Seuec.i-Htreet, below Michigan, presents a most singular appearanee. .Numerous canal boats, small furniture, lumber, cord- wood, lie in one cunfuseri A yawl boat lies near Crocker's Tavern, in the street. H is probably safe lo say that upwards nf two hundred small buildings in Ihe lower pirt of Ihe city have been entirety destroyed or ren- di-red untenantable Elk stieet, which had been much improved during the past the erection of new buildings, most ot them wood, now prenentita moat nielancliolly aspect a house on the street is none have e-tfCfiprd There H scarcely house remaining in its original position on bowsprit plump into the warehouse of Joy Webiter. The steamboat Emerald had her smoke pip.' blown ofl'and demolinhed. The Iron U. S. Steamer was driven upon ihe beach high and dry near the Ok'.1 Sione House The bri? Ashland, wiih a careo of wheat from Chicago, was beached jusi below the north pier. _______________ POSTSCRIPT. LAKE INTELLIGENCE, By ihe Kent, arrived last night from Port Dover, C. W. we learn that the piers nl Port Ryeison and Port Dover are very muchdamap-f'd. Tint: stone pier and light- house at Gruvclly Bay are both The schooner Willinm Galley, bound up from the lower lake with a full cargo of merchandise, is was supposed she would be got off OlFDunUii I: n wreck of a schooner was seen, nnd also u small bout bottom side upwards. By the Missouri, ing, from Chicago, ring ihf gale, we lenfn that the schi's Jitrin Gi'nnl, Potomac, G. H Walker, and Brnri- dywine were ashore in ihe bay, ut Erie, btil would bi; got off One vessel, name un- known, high and dry ne ir Ihe Schr Henry Clay (scow built) ngro md 30 rods from the water- Schr.Lodi was lowed into Erie by ihe Missouri, sails shattered Hiid both anchors gone Schr. Lumber- man fame into Erie, over the hf ad of ihe j Peninsula. Schr parted her cables and run down tne hike, and h.is not since been heard from. Schr. N. Bid- die lav at anchor, losl her mate nverhoai J. j BIJUIN TUHNKD SilLOH Kleamer Clcne land, uhen the Illinois line on S.uur- day last, discoveitil some Inrae black i tjec. in ihe L.-A-e, beiween her ;md ilie Mi. shore. Orders were aiven to put about'' and sieerfo A Paragraph For Tkt We copy the following fiom n chapter on Walkinjnthe N. Y- True Sun: Would ihiit some of our could bp persuaded ihm u stusje strut is not the object, which on approaching proved lo be nor a bi-lovv the waiu an enormous Hear. The boai lowered and grarful! A rnhn firm yel elastic manned with a jolly sc-t, determined to re.sctie walk, like n sweet vo'ci1, is nn" excellent pnor all hazards t'rom a watery A noose was (brown around his neck andefTuris' made to tmo him alive to the Cleveland, bai bo- ine like every true hearted Faikir" opposed lo brute force, lie refused lo be lowed and accoi d- in? to ihe verdift ol the jury, he committed suicide by strangulation It iia mat- ter of cunjecinre as lo the retl object poor bruin had in lurnine inclement seasnn of the year. Whether he had been fiarii run, and was fnrcei! o leave ihe wil.lsporisof on nccouni of ihe land ihat infest Ihesel- llemenis ot a new counliy, or wlieiher ilie cnan had forced himio leave for Satt River rem.-iiiis yet to be told. Prom tippfarancn. hr thing in uormin.' And we may here remnrk ihat no female can   sueh a Dunkirk, who reports a srhoon.-r CHpsized, llsClay______________ snppost-d to be the Dayton. The Missouii spent some lime seeking for the wreck, but the oihi-r side'ofihe Creek The namoer of Bolh piers and both vvare-houstS at Dun- ktrk have been carried away, with large WISCONSIN And nnnli M.intiliie Aliiu nnkio I.ea- iner St..re, noi ih ol ilie (.'i Mjyt Ino tcr street, iVlilw.i iiki.', W. T. U LUDTNG'ION A CO7" Dealers in llsi'il-Ware Prv Gocul-- Or..eerii's. _ nf Wis. onsin and W.ilci ni'ire or W. T. _ _ __ .M. VV. H1GOINS. Cabinet nnn Cliiiir Wjue Ri.om-, tno .lours norih ot'Pislev's Sioie, W.itui Sneet, MilwiiiiMe. W. T. Stu.eon Hen'-c. near, he The luss in bloivn down houses unroofed and nihoiwsi1 injured isnlso viy ore.it. Thr bii'Lr< s, side: wiilks, .oflhe cilv li.ive been siriMtly dinuiirtfi. .md the wh.iif alone tin- entiie I. nglh of ihe harbor i ss cLur.aiJeil The sen null and slotir pier of the har- bor have been also verv SIM ionslv d Mcnsive hi iMches have b  vS; Shoe-, etc. me 1J AND Aitornifi air' Coiiii-cllois ft Lniv, Ac., T III! SI A.- 1.. lll.DKN MiUnnlcee.Jnlv, 1813. Mll.W A Mi P. 3. GEORGE Co., II 8 tfulr. Wholesale anil rel.iil dcnleis in Fnrs, Chill's, no[ Boas, Fur Grlovc'. Caps. Ac Ac. The hialic.v i g y. Furs made np 10 order. ly Fulton a jTiEAUNOLoi orneyal Law nnd Soliciior in Milwatikie, W. T. l-'INEBIwU French leceived and for sale by TI N Kour Tailors, lo wlioin emploj mi-n, iiml liberal will he given. Kontt need nplit.V but brst nf Coat makers. Ocf.ber H. N. CONAN I. ff piece.i sliei'i j.'fny clotbo, juot received Kilt, unit for sale liy 11. N. COX ANT. October 10, 1844. CB pniri of pnntnlnons. nil mnnnfae.' in llits jiluce.nl llie low-eat pri" Ci-s.can tw found at the cluthina "f October IS. _ H. N.CONANTj__ blrtck, and lilur frock nn.l coins, vlieiper ever befor" offW- nd tn public, coiKlinlly on linnd and for H.N. CONANT. October 1KQRT_I-rs GF.RMAN pri L. J. HIGBY. O li-elnnd   jendircd wiih him, and sold B Smith, new buildmirs were sliirhtlv dumaired is were blown down in every quarter of the ciiy. LIVES LOST. Below pive the numes of those who were in have perished in ihe saV Mr. Mitchell, v ho lived on Ihe oiherside of the Creeli. fnrmerlv from Co. Mrs. O'Brien, picked up on ihe fool of Easle street. Mrs. S. Smiih and 3 daughters, n-ar Wilkin- son's fiinndiy. J.mel J-aurie, picked up near the foot of court siteet. A by the name of Smith, wns picked in thel'iioi ut'Ciiurisi'vei, supposed to in the walera week, and was wounded in sev- crril places, supposed to liiive come lo his deaih by loul me.m.i He hart been tnissin? fur M .ses- White, of Clarpnre HolUnv, found in the meet near Great WVMern. A Me sun Siiimn Meto', resided or tlie other side the creei, funnil at me same pl.ice. Mrs Stolieker and ihree chilrlicn, from Sen- a F.ilis. Her lui-b.iiid is a mechanic in the employ I Mr Kellv. m in in VVitifeiisun's Iron Poundfy, il'oH'neil in iiliernpiini; his friends lin.-hly Wheeler, of Hiiffilo, and Thcm.is llushiim nl'Turiiiito, aic miifiiig, supposed 10 be iliowneii. Geirse Blanchard, mi.ss.ing, supposed to be d r inv ic.I Mr H ivcns, a rnilk man, residing near the old Pii.iae, and u boy who lived wim him. Ellen Byn.in, of Port Dover, Canada, is, ihe name of une ul the girls drowned al Huff's Ho- 'rl. Catherine also al HuffV Hoiel. The bodies ol' the wife and laree children of .1..hi) Sinjih, a German, resio.ioE Ihe fl.its be- lu-eeri Eli and Ohio sireets, have been tonnd. The I'crs.in-ibuve a.'ltidei! to as foand, who tincf been in the employ of Wilkinson, is David G. Blocif. An infant child of Mr. Nelson, on Ohio street was t.mnd drowned. Theb dy ofjuhn Bowen, lerryman, and of a woman 60 years ofejje, name unknown have been found. Anoiher S.nilh and two daughters, re- mans, were found drowned on Elk siren. Mr. Chase who lived on the oilier side of the creek, is supposed lo be lost. His house tilled, A boy wh mi'k for him losl -Mrs. Cath.iriae Smith, wifeof Ira ofAlb mv, and one child have been f The above are all the names we have been able lu ascertain. INCIDENTS. A man hy ibe name of Ambrose Malay, resi- on H.'nover sireet, was Killed on FYd.iy niahi iiuiniBthe heishih of ihe sale. Tie had just arose from his bed to render U> some one with.MII, iind as he was opening bis din r, n pail of Hay wards n 'W fell and criishfd ih.u p.in ofihu house and killed him The of I. Sherman, lumber merchant, W.IM onied over the Railioad track, and lodg- ed in Die ravine, near Seneca street. The iron hafi' was forrut in ihe buildiiiir. anxU'iy was fell on Saturday for the til the Ste.iinb'i fx Si. Louis, Fnlion, Julia Pointer, ami Indian d'leen, which hid lefi ihe evenins; previous, and neiessarily met the gate al its heavirsi poinl. The S, B. Si. Louis ran down in Black Rocit safe wiih her shall broken She broke her shnfi 10 miles ab ive DunUii If, close on a lea shore, lust three men and a bey overboaul whu wouM not lieep away from the gangways, in obedience lo the ordei oflhe captain Names mil Known. By ihe superior manaaerneni of ihr Captain nnd r-rew, waa bruiiahl satelv into BUck Rock hnib r, under her jib. Mr WcH-s, of fixiiress, was on anrl we are indebi- j ed lo him for ihe above paniculars. The pas-I singers speak in ihe highest tf-rms ol ihe con- duct of ihe Officers anil crew belonging to the bo.il. The Pnlion, as has been Mated, was driven ashore ab.ini 20 miles up the lake, and will be ami saved, viiih the ex- ception of ihree, whose names are The engine and will probably be saved in a d'Dnaxed The Indian dneen came in aljnut half pan 11 in sHfety. unbimrd considerably injured. The Juli.l Palmer made herappenriince al the mouth of the Creek abont f o clock nn Satur- day morning, bnl such was lha violence ofthe that was unable to make llie harbor; she then put about and finding it impossible to enVct un entrance, si out) up the laie into the bny, where anchored. Mucii anxiety was fell during the whole o( the for her, at one time it waa thnniflit impossible could ride out the Kile with mnlly absurd ru- mors were afloat in. regard to bout however stood at RUniet all fears were at an end She c.ime in on Sunday morning abuulti o'cl.iek, with all hands There were about 400 passeneen on of n liomjoiti in rendering the highest praise to Capt. Tilns and bis for Iheir ooolnesa and courage through the whole trying time. The" Com. Perry came in nhoul 13 o'clock Friday riitflit in a shattered wlieelhouse the boat al- most a coming in. she ran into the Great which ran her bow- llironjtli the side o. the 9he remained fastened. The ateambnat liea ashore on her ben in ends near Black Rock. The brijjr Ktirope jmne in about one o'clquk Fri.ljiT evening, when ihe storm wan at its height, with the Ion uf her fore top-mast, and her tails considerably injured. She ran her i ofgonds. We learn that the piers at Barcelona nnd Silver Cteek have been seriously injured, and warehouses full of jroodscarried nvvny. At Silver. Creek, C H. Lee, son of Oliver Lee, Esquire narrowly escaped with, his life. A warehouse which he the section ofllie piet on which it stood, ivfire carried away' .ind he rsfiaprd intothn lighthouse, furtunauly siood out the irnle. A large quantity uf snods were lost in the Sloop Helen a- ffrotind between CnttaraiJijiis nnd Silver Creek, Three schooners high and dry at C'lit.iraiigns. body of Mr. RANSOM, farmer wr, f.iiuid yc-storday near his barn on the turn pi Ice. Mns. JOE DESIGN OF THC I'HOPHKP. A cnrifspiindeiu m Al- ton, afiev si.nine ih.u the repent minder of Joi- Smith has been followed by n rlispeisioti (if his fullowerb, L'ivfs the following inter Joi; Smith, i1 issii'd.hns Install ever had iinvjiti the Mormon fuilh. She will soon sitiialion, uncloubi'-dly the rich, st la- dy in the West. Joe had been timossin? money sever.il years, fn" the purpose nf c. vrnlually grins to Jerusalem, intendioo; to issue a prorhun.ilinii cullliu; in the Jevvj, o- rer whom he was to be hendlill the return of Christ upon the event he believed would inlse place 45 years from 1844. With reference to this expedition he was crowned '-King oflsrael in the Council of Fifty, denominated the of Thefifty were sworn lo secrcy. This was the prophtt.s gtand design, atid affords a key 10 certain movements ol   it is the surest nnd most elK'cl.ia.1 way of jri-ttirinr rid of This I had from Air Fif.liugh not four hours ago. Nnw, Idhonlil like kinou what sincere, AlinlitmriiBLs to this 1 think ihev mu'l. witliout hesriutinn, make aiili- 'tnntiatly the same answer Mr. t ilzhuirh diii- "Good d Ui-aveiis, Mr Birney if you are ;in Jib- pray me what a Loctfoco is! AN ANIMATED WARMING PAN. In Ireland, n wnnninur pan iscnllrd a fiiir. Not many years an iinsophistic.iti'd piil took service in ri in the town of Puor thing; she had never hears of a warming puri IB her life, though shu irciilarly confrss1 d to a ftinr tmce a year It so happened on a cold, drizzly night, lhal a priest took lodging's at thi; inn. Hi' had f.ir, and weary, retired nt an early hour Soon after, ihe rnistrcss of the house culled the servant girl. 'Bfiiy, put the frhr into No. 6." Up went Betty lo the poor priest. 'Yotir revfrence must go into No. 6, my mistress says' asked he, annoyed at be- ins; disturbed. 'Your reverence must {Jo into No. 6. Thr-re was no help for il, nnd the priest arosf, donned a dressing gown, and went into No. 6 In about fifteen minutes ihe mistress call- ed to Betty 'Put ihe fiirtr into No. 4.' Belly Said something about disturbing his reverence; which her mistiess did not nn- Jt'isinnd. So she told piil tn n sharp voire 10 do us-she was dinctc-d, and she would iiliruys doTijjht, Up '.vent Belly, and ihe llnhdppy pric'sl, despite his .incry protestations, unstibliged lo inrri out uf N.I. 6. nntl ffo into ND. 4. But liule littn- t'laps- rd the girl was '.old to put ihe friar imo No. 8, and ihe poor priest thinking ihnt every body in the house was mad, stuidily resolved to quit it the next marning, into ihe sheets of Ni> 8. But hit to enjoy no prm-c thore Belly was nuain dirictrd lo put the friar into ND. 3, ittij te.ns in her eyes, she obeyed In about iin hour ihe land aJy concluded to go to ht-d herself, and the fiiar ivas ordered into her room Wondering what it al! meant. B'l ly roosed npthu prli-stand mid him go inio iNo il. The monkcrussid him- self, counted his beads, and reluctantly went into No. 11. It so happrnrd that the husband of the landhidy was troubled with Lhe grrst'n-eyed monster. Going up lo bed therefore, fore wife, his suspicions wen; confirm, ed by seeing between his own a man nd asleep. To rouse the sleeper and Limits t-n Philanthropy.- The New Brjfor. Bulleun savs thni EMer Smiih, brother 10 celebr.-iieii Joe Smiih, -.oucluil''.! his secund lec- luie on Mormoninin, in New Bedfunl, with tbis "Bieibien, I will siiy here, for the credit of the audience in -I nt our last meeiing I collected some two cloH.irs. while ill (he me lime the ei- of Ihe hall were six dollars. Now, I wi.sh in iill siibernes.s to ynu my dear (rtenrls, one -o'u'mn iruih. and raider than p.iy all expenses, prriieh for wnd find mvsrll iriiiJthe buziin. I tcill sje tht wkolt gcn- eiatian damnedjiriiU" S'nneh -dy, xve rlcn'l know n ho, ijives ndvice to cliild isborn. Sow tnlie the yerin mid make it a liud of moral nr.iuly. Jjel the dews of I and thr- of virtue, wake il in the r frmjranCL' md the purest hu.'fi nnd above all, see that you il? I'ice and (ruck c'ean." gtuinch Loc.cilnRo happened lo uiei-iii iiumlivr oi'cunal h.ialm'-n and remnrkrd: neighbors, are ynu goinjf lo vote for !JoHt1" "A'oT1 wa- tliesignifitant can KCAD on board this boai Ex. In Webster, Monroe county, N. Y., nn the 2C till., by ihe 11 v Mr. Mr. PHILO DUXNING, of Madison, Wisconsin, lo Miss SOPHIA GOODEHOW, of ihef. rmer place. In Parishville. St. Lawrence county. N Y., on ihe 1st hy the Rev. Mr. Punt, LEWIS W. HUDSON, of John-siown, Uockcoanty, W. T., to Mi.ss CLARISSA E. CHAMBERL1N, of the former place. COMMERCIAL. Couuiiprci..! Heiu.d Pnocrcs. tihl. n win hmli i 'urn hliull'd, Hi -ley, M.iy. ton, cnnl, (.'onl bush. tildes, .Irv. 33.00 02 Pnrt. rwi tlfi-f, .tuitcr. h r.ae.uo 2.00. Git- tb. from Plore Inrj1 Iti.nvin'ill.-fi.. i. rhmifvit liFtinK sn1 I cm Ilii' Hlli .i! S3 111 Now Y.ni. busll. 2f, i 81 (in i .iricd, butli. l.a.'i r-s a 00 I 77 cents- lihl  Locofococnndidntesloroflice on ihe Western Reservesiand bin a poor chnnce when the uhigs w'orli. Of iis eleven counties, alt anve -Whitfm.-ij.il iiies to Louisiana. POSTSCRIPT. The Steamer Mitsouri arrived tin's from Buffalo, there are no more p-T.iculars re- the gale except thiii ihe new .schr. Jo- tcpk Ward went ashore at Maiden, as ripened bj Bob Wagitaf. The Cngrta at of the River, Wills was elei let! lo even the most unimpt.ri.ini siaii..o. Wheic el-e amnna men of NortnTi) Ohio, c-n eleven udjiicetit it ot tne Whi5f'taith be lunnd? But while ihe above is uue, it is josi m add I In L ihe locofoco flits tr.iils in ihe rtn.st in every Inhe couniy from ihe ciiy BuflT.ilu lo Monroe in Michigan. Everr cminiv on iissi.ore in the Empire the and the Buckeye, lines lor Clny and Prumion, not only Iron) rign irmiw antl fleets, bat from foreign lefts] i- i {on i Chrrry and black walnut Sofas, stnnds, every varirty Ao. Beinjr practical workmen thviiiarlm, HM-JT ft lionfiilent giving sutntfiK-liun lo therein turners, in price nnd quality. In 10.000 feel iJlir-rry. one and Iwo incht lO.t'iMI Uhck walniiL, one >nd two inch, 10.000 wood, half ine.h and inch. Oak scantling 3 and 3j inch. Coffins made to order, on short notice, and at moderate prices All huuis of country produce laken inpay- ment al cash prices Mahogany vcneeri and varnish, for sate. april 10, 1844. DAVJU HOMER, JOHN MKRPHV SHIRTS, CObLAIlS, Super linen nhirls, cniton shirts with linen bosoms and collnn, white and red flannel am! drnvvers, cotton drt dn do, sal-n and bomba- zine fancy lilk do ,lo neckties, suspenders, umbrellas, buckskin shirts and drawers, merino do do, xilk otlrier do   tn the public, it confident of giving saliKlactinn. Any oflhe above tf'iorls not nn hard, will lie al Ihe notice. Country can be supplied with every descnpti'in of Hull, at New York Cash paidlnr fumnnd mM. K. K CONANT, tign of the tbrtr IN CUANCUU. Aquilla fJ.Btout, Henry Shew. IN purauanet of tftcreut erdrr of Dta> trict Court, ID U4 for UM of tvnukic titling t Court nf  aid Supreme in th< town and County tif Miiwaukie, on Fridar, the flrrt d.y of November A. D. 1044, it 10 o'tWIr, A. M ,why in the Mid inaolveitt'i eitale diould not be made, and bt ditehnrfed (mm bin rfebu, pursuant to Territnry of Wiiconsin, entitled relief of inaolvent debtori." THOMAS C. iNOW. J. B. Cfton, Atl'y. T844. 49-w tofore existing between PerkirsJfc llorsce Coftin day dissolved JOHN PEXKINt. Thr public are hereby ciutiontd sjrtinst pay. inp li'irice Cnftin any of the cnmckny Ihe interest of the concern vested in me. JOHN COFFIN. Mlwiukie, Oct. 3w NEW IIAKDWAltK. STOKb THE subscriber Is now rec'lvint at ibe cen- tra siore in Roaem'New Block, nttrly op- noaitet'ie Collate Iiir, (called ihe Iron i Siove Store, hnte nnd clieoalve M- Mirimen: cf hi-.ivy find Ualu HurdwHit, consist- in z in pun ol ihe following uf which will be sold cheap or most kindit cifpfo- rince) lo which he would invile tlie attention nf hiM.ld cusiotnrr cythet and 4000 feet kitch.iim, 4000 dr.-in teeth, 1000 iron wedirrt, 300 brass keiileH ___ Li ONARD J. FARWCLL. Sept. .MOW lillvUMti 8IUKK. dotr nnrtk af Kiutbuvfl It'aUr it. rBlHI-; are now rroeiviBf ffom JL New York, it Inrje andwelltekiatcdatoek "ftctt und dry GROCKIUKS, wtlirh the; will rell m or mail, for oath or produce, ot low at any eatablialimenl in tflennaiB terri- tory j a part nf which are the fallowing Old hymn, young hraol, f rial and black Loaf, lamp, oruthed, and vini.and brown Old Jim, Murarabo, Rio, Cuba, and ra coffect; Sperni and lallow nail roil, liom-y dew enn-d, and psurr finjer, 1'epprr. ipice, obiTot, cinnamon; Oii'le.anrt llnx. (box, and boa raiaim i pep) er Muce, Slonf h'on ground pepper, einnnnnn tndeonVe, Tar, cnii roor, finrdi. blacking, bruahea, perenaiion and No. t waekcre! in nbU, bWt. bbli., fioh. principe, regain, dark and liffht blown ciftrt. WINKS AND LiaUORS. Brandy, rum, gia, whithey Ma, deira, tnd Malaja Will be kept flonttanlty on bend tjiiati. ly of tud whiv key The will eaahat all for pnrfc, floor, lard, MABHKTT LEIrVIB. EMERY'S. Thtn eauMfehment been npetH on WmkuMkn Mr. where Tirietjr n( MaJWouwM Fnit-, OlRvtB, Ac. tit 'order. MppHed Wfcb Ictt, Jeltk', Cike.Jtc. M rivn nicety f 
                            

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