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Green-Bay Intelligencer (Newspaper) - February 5, 1834, Navarino, Wisconsin Intelligencer. VOL. I. FEBRUARY 5, 1834." NO. 3. Buffalo Jo.iria5.0rt 12, 1331. to EiHor, Sept. 5. IS31. The contain 35.080 mete a few tttrt ago, deemed or- Cain the of rich .and. tree from under-brush, up. cesary and proper, are tbe present period were I to enter into the on wmcn the would not be required to or improwr and evil, Wine, Holland Urn or .c Col. feUmUujfb taw Wn ap. any excuse m clearing tor the plough. by up think and ait u, tbe present Sh.il I drtw a teii before li.al .looted 'id the afent or the I nited Mates, to Outiieir western border, and on tiie gewrativn j, i. i f i n i that irave me birth Khali I a: Mmpt to dtt- country ceded by the tho Lake, is the Calumet The history of as well as of icdi- cube the miseries, the wrMchfdnet., that Monees to the government mine month of by Munoaionees, who raise quantities vidials, informs u .n aeconrit of party or a j their word am! 'Cii hy hiu IE.IS JMi.p-sty Gi-urge the j fession is nothing at Kuiit.-s the 1 partoo.k nf ihe intoxicating hover- j The inmiortal spirit of a Howard, a F frTyicd and, bad klin, or n Wafliinsrt.m, .f ivrinitu-d to tt; he heljieil noinc witii a drop in their eye." j down into the of Idwer v.1 heaver.'s last, best cA to I ihey nitioi 1.. '-jraiillcd ;.j wre in tinnier to buccnic polluicd fcy thai j :.'ee the caiint- of tcniperiiiii'O Tli'turv to victory, from fnnMry l-> country, men of all notions, thiet fall, virtue with all her kindred grace-? color, iinil people upon earth Liai) from below thr level of the brute, and lo wod old -rlrl were about to leave this polluted place, nm! Outlet of- nmiuation of the country is made, a very di- ive hi-sv- d with the Lake, in the rapids. It is the j reel r.iule nmy be obtained, artrl at a trifling Sillowii prairie ridge, whu-li i >ri the river. It containsabnir 4W; aci''--s i-l' aiid is covered with a j (hvid-'.s tli'j water of Itnoky rivers. heavy cf timber, chicly imfc, iiickojy, I Tin; tmnsporaiion of pounds nmvco.--t5 ar.d bass-'-'.vocd. On the em! iv.iich 7-> cvijts frcin th1.1 Wiskonsin to the Lake is an rxtcns'.ve ilcld .vhii-h apfar- tinlena; and it is ti.i; opinion of competent ihosc streams of fire, a ently was that it will cost no more from Uns the main Linu of tho ,1 Win-; place. It will fivcilita'e the transportation of nebago Village --f ruvt-n i.-ir; "property from New-York by the canal and fields nf corn, and :aivep, by which the business of the country I: was t.hn place of n; done': of be increased, and. the commerce of the Legs, the chief who a'> lliw grfitly Portage last October, aithonjjh it j We coasted alonj; the shore of Ss in thercunlry of t'n? The the lake itO miles to the soutli of Fox river, Wiimebagncs have it as one uf the -vhii. i> enters at tho side of the lake and not most passes to tceir own. j at the lirad as is generally represented on tlie We coasted aionj; tiia eidi; of Doty's! maps. The land appears to be of an excell IsianJ, to the e northern is about cm and the timber is the same as on 200 yards in width and will arlbrd an excel-; the east side. One of the most beautiful lent bbrbotir for boats and vcfsu'.g, as liiere is j points -s occupied by Black Wolf, the pr'm- him in thut sphrn: nature. Has not a pervaded tho mass of thiH Three years ago, before the whole of tl.Ri'nm- nmnd had been paid off, three of rathfr, seven righlhs of them, from the liphl of Jay, in wmic ir- n ainonif wliat class of purson.-? j mote corner, us it WI.TP, ro inate Did it commence in thu lie if nn infl'.ifiicc commenced to counteract the over- torrent that threatened to extend ii.s rianiiiiiiin the face of lii" enn Aud where, feliow unldiers, did this eom- iti'.'nce! Fioni dd it firit em to of kitiL'S No. Dit! rl in the viccKorento glow thi-t. ho to moel till' liglii ot I lio .'in. t_____ ......._.. ll'.l h- rrcni. the cabinet councils of a Mctternieh, a Can- i blea to meet the pffucts tho ring, a Wellington or a Talleyrand 7 cause of temperance. for a nininriit Did it commence in the hulls of legislation, j at tht; drunkard. See hii? i or amciDg-lhe honorable ones of the earth, j an unnatml fire. He the rulers, governors, judges and counsellors No. Alihnugh the ambassadors of Christ lift- ed up their voices against this monstrous vice, yet, in a great m-'asiire, they were dis- regarded on all every country, ia- people and toague, the cry ij Diana of the EpUesians." the flimsy caricatures of a and the sophisticated falsehoods i as HS nd a lord, as wise nu Foloii-.-.n, a-.d stronjr as Sampson. Ixiou at him ngnin, if your heart does not revolt frdrn p'-r.iuTP, 'tis because it is M sensible. To pass In loathsome vomitings and wnlhwni" of thu beast, see him tormented before Im As the demons who the of men during thp advent of oiir Inrd, HI P hiTn.f ;ntsh fill upon him. Th a small Island opposite to U.ence i cipal Winnebag-o ch'ief. as the site of his vill- nf a H-iail Hall, whilc'tinie imnor. uf thn worm that never dias, am! the ti.o that s liurlii sUore uf tin.- Laiii; in us His nation ciaiflis a tract of country, ot i ishable honor is conferred on tern extremity at tiia Cliff, at. tin- foot of which the bank attains ancloraiifn: c'OS't-t. The and diamstor cf tr.'cs ;i- long this hank siitricitntiy indlrale that the coil, which is a black loam, is L'olh rich and deep. Half way up the mountain a of very pun: and cold xvutftr ;Ti: we tasted snj shspe, situated between Lal.e, Kocky River, Fox River, and the lino of 1S'J9. This claim ought to ho ss they find but little gnme and their p'.-sscssion interrupts the upon it, and ther p'.-sscsson nterrupts t coinnt'iaication between t.'ie settlemrn -vvhich ars made east, west snd north of Hit land ofr never shall bo ijuenched, ia :tpon him. Hft Franklin, the water-drinker. In that land of j riser and falls, iigain and nnd steady habitd, among thr industrious poor, the i lapses continued degradiainn, (ot com- hi f'-' wrcat an ng cause of yfwrs longer, or n frw longer, a t ii nicnced. Probably some cf the relatives of hid nheek has turned pale, those who, ineuirx-d by heaven, commenced j of his eye 9 quenched, :uid, tiki tin- If pnvij-inn is niadc thatlht: Commission- im to ors purchase, and their attend. of the C.'iff. through a future in the not more than tho Indiana, it may- n'-9 ihat truly patriotic philanth.-opic work, IT, roniidurcd uuJH to dwril wirh hi-. M.nvr now present in this assembly. Their jiii'irtuls, is coimigni'd la Hi-) iiaml of li-o. _ ._ 1 J ii i I _____ I... ..1 _1 ____ I it... rock, which is estimated to he thro: hundred feet above the Lake. There is in coua'.ry, a prcspecl fo eievak-d and extensive. On one handles the be obtained for a very reasonable iscrnded the rivrr six mHes lo which we crossed u> voice has a! ready gone forth into all lands, j he is of tliu world from east to west, from north to south. A -...i _-i.._ king of Sweden, a Beniadotte, who often ltd the French army of the Revolution to vic- tory, considers it an lionor to promote this the Bnlfc des j temperance cause, vocate the cause! The liolv fiternal Je- and to his own place. Brethren, have companion on tlrt ble drunkard. Try to nvtore him to ranks of societv. Try every method lo wvan And should men not ad- him from to permr.im-- a practice The scurriloup, vulgar ribaMry uf I Piine, the poisoned calmness of a Hume, with all rmc? They went with the agent i swep'r, and continues to sweep myr- j the boast of reeeon, the dMii.njr arid lurid sfk-rtrd the sites rpon which they wish nt- drunkards off the face of the tarlh, sophibtry of a Ixird aid rn.'- injure 'he rallcyof thoFoxRivsr, have tlieir houses erected, according to a I vindicated it. When Ins of Christianity much as (.cotft tops of the pine' may bf risinir stipulation of the treaty. Their selection i mdjments are abroad, tton, (or never) will of that arch infidel, ,n in the a very judicious one, as) the land which the inhabitants thereof loam I cause of temperanfs. The K'mi-.r uoeh m..re thing far ;o the south, now by i Moris, whero we met severe.! of the Munno-1 hovah by that awful pestilence which hail a breeze, and shadowed only by its dirk ban'itc; and on the tliu tlilc'iily are looacnpy and cultivate in the vicin- is rich, and may be easily tilled, beinp- a created for man's for medicinal purposes, in'ixlure cf loam and sani. The povrmtapn: tut when abused, and taken to excess, is lighter foliage of the boe The main roids, leading tn.i.i (irrrn Bay Chic-iugo, to tlio I'.irTaire. to the Lead Mines and lo (iilcna, vviii, it is pre- sumed this point nnj it is on tils acconn'., his promised to assist them in their agricu.- a very eligible and desirah'..- sitr, and will be j tural cff-rts, by placing lirnjers near them for' amf..iT the firtt toatirict ti.'j eye of the tmi- a certain of years. i Anrr descending1 the river to tiie Lake, we i the cdze cf thrjC-liff. fo'.itja-cd the shore miles to the outlet, at i The vine was amon-t the plants originally mischief, eoittem more fix-brands, arrows wa'.'wl all which we ha.-l ascended in IprJi.in ri th. much a curse as i inhabitants of the lectni tended by a men and death, than he is aware of But pi t nvci !hc thr v. liich was from two i" I ard Inndrrd fvet in sililch ii.2v Ifilaro, and plasms' down the ,0 ..vi'.li resrhod (he Bay in >ujh anther f venin? of the F.-irne on which we kft tiie in? from from lo Th e o the most of their industry t.i the cultivation ly cause of tempcnince oftSc-vine. And mark the to house, from village lo ri.li See Ita'" fee tie rr i1-'-? wfr'd.'city, from ronntry toroiintry. ..........._____ how degraded .nd'fallen now Where arc j to "thef B'l'.tc: having that _day 7.r> j Roman soldiers of the a-: of from Ubrador to whose i absence from tbm place i ul any prepa- LX> miico. Yours, ADDRESS thorn with the picferit day, and ether luxuries has dore .T' drink was vinegar and land to Liberia, nntil all shs with Italian of its thraldom Metbink-I i what wine, among fruits of the used, ind ore. See Spain and Por.; com, thegwi., the tke Of t-f .roan. nnt fo turn -b ciypTtiows aixi :r-M tne The vci. -y ar.r a _'-v L n'o o; thf F.-ko rf trance Xm-ithi. July 10.
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