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   Sheboygan Journal (Newspaper) - January 15, 1857, Sheboygan, Wisconsin                               THE SHEBOYGAN JOURNAL 13 rUBMSlIED KVEIIY THUUSDAY MOENHfO MILLS SHARPE. OFFICE: In Otten's Brick Block, Third Story. TERMS, To City Subscribers, in advance, when de- livered carrier, When not pnid in advance. :2 50 To Mali Subscribers, in advance, i-50 When not paid in advance, 2 01) C lubs of 1O or more to one addrcns, i n advance each Bubsr-riber, 100 RATES OF ADVERTISING: One iquare (of J2 lines or less) one ycnr do do do C momlie do do do 3 mouths  iiu >i biiuilllijlrlUiciJJell't; J went orlf and next dav left tho villas upon i they call his at tiioun niet-tms and raisins tho men a short visit to the uufvcrsitvlibrariw where Lut vet he keeps his treasure, a iolKs try IIK-U- hands. An on more than he had studied. anu loi-ing lie fulfills tho these ere interesting occasions I've It was six months later; together in the counting room at the glass- works. with asking that invidious question, "What i "Mr. said the old old gentiom.in. is the_usei" That is '.he so-called "pructi-; "I have concluded to accept "your otter- cal view" of every thing thnt can't be en-j Mr. Scrubem, the foreman of the'poiisiiing- j tercel at once in figures on a profit-and-Ioss room, nnd myself are satisfied with sheet. That is the objection to the intro- the operation" of your machine. It will u diiction of higher studies into common schools; ro expense for apparatus, for ex- periments, for every thing except ihf. three the old "practical them Rittin', and Rithmeticl" Doc- tor Franklin floored one such cruic with and Bill Ward. of hc trulJ ilvos; and Sam Sharp, r.nd Sam Sharp, Jr., sat i 'JU. "''e breathe i and liitor. 1 hey arc c-iitluiiJ to a daily o! j routine of Jubur nnd habit. One man truly i li-.vrs v, Lore thousands They iii-ver have a of a more celestial eies, and faith, and conscience are expunged, Life is indeed a strange mixture; it is >'.v kilk as an avenue of various trees and Sowers, below. realm ings dofij un- doubtedly give us the whole market, for thu duration of the patent. The pnpeis an; Shall we siirn them now Ward assented, and read them over. They covenntited to pay him. in return for thu tdnu're ownership ot' the patent of his caounted mor'ii twenty bunged eyes (my wn included) in say nothing heads, diavied ears and slit no- These ralral outbursts of jioppeler as in a torpor. I have boon rnythor increasing latteily strntraiin" souse thars a pur fee '-Gib o line su their" nlFeetions, state of ailairs. Its an awfool sitoo- is pre-eminent, we are on a v.vleanick corruption while fie- is, slippery rooks ami sich like roll The immediate cause ot' this new that is lightsome nt the commencement, but Rciitburst is this: s Peabcdy, Jr.. who live on And now having gone thus far, perhaps some may think me a pedagogue, willing the memorable answer, "What is the use of i glass-polishing invention, ten thousand dol- a baby Let us consider another, aod a Jars d' darkness toward tho close. It begins as a i -1 little path edged with violets and primroses, j our and a mossy carpet for tiny feet to tread family, nn sent his j-otingiins to school so upon but thistles soon sprincr in the i'ne has got the itch in his a yearly practical answer, actually given not many of all profits ncmnnrr from the use of said woven hedges. dol- 11PO11 i out thistles soon sprinc in tho. way, i LTOKU out that their hands an faces look of un'o'fourth v'l-'0'1'5 among the grass, and briers are! el'.erry puddins. The Libbvtaouners years ago. Mr. ISam Sharp, tha manufacturer, MARIE. machine, or the sale of rights to which share was guaranteed not to be by a well timed puff to raise the reputation school, but such is not the ease; Was tl.le which did bu- CT l-l ways considered "what wao the use" of ev- j than two thousand live hundred dollars ery thing. Some people even said he went year for ten years, to church, and gave to missions, because it was useful iu sustain, .-.-.his business repu- probably that wasn't so. But The Apple and the Grape. In the olden time of this countir, the juice of the apple was tho favorite beverage I of his fault and said the younguns must be kept hum. But Penniskyous sworn they should n't leave school, so n rmeril! begun. nil Poabcdyvillc is .irryeJ agiu each other. Uir.oraliy wlien we'vi.- had any difilcalty inorally bin settled hv a taoun meetin this caso. made- the lyticks an oversot all tho old W. H PAINE, City, and Deputy County Surveyor. Office in Otten's Ih-ick Block, Eighth Street, SHEBOYGAUSY, WJS.OONSIJJT. Orders for S urveyiiig and Levelling promptly to. may27-ly Winter Mail Arrangements. SHEBOYGAN CITY .POST OFFICE. Eastern and Southern ilail arrives daily, Sun- days exccpted, at 6 F M. Closes nt 7 P M. Tny AGAIN; THERE is NO REMAINDER, When I was a lad, just after I had com- menced the puzzling study of arithmetic, 1 one day had occasion to seek the teacher's aid in solving a "question." It was in Di- vision, and cipher as I would, I could not get nn "answer without a remainder." Af- 'for two long hours, I took my straight into the business. Sam grew spent readin up, then wont to work nnd fig- some folks slyly said, "a little older than his j ured out the philosophical laws 'of motion, a slow, dry, stupid, careful, steady, nnd speed, nnd friction, and resistance, and pernicious business and nothing else j all that which wculd have to o-overn the at all. Bill Ward, Wi'dow Ward's Sam's schoolfellow, wasn't so safe and wise j going of the plates of glass that the machine son, and rubs together; ail that I had left to do then in his was to get up a machine that would rub Western Mail arrives daily, Sundays except- up to the desk, and handed Sam, and then wei ed, nt 4 P M, and leaves at 8 A M. 7PM. Closes al) .to teac'ier- He looked at the work, j said not a word, wrote something on the Northern Mail, via. Manitowoc, Two Rivers, ?nd handed it back. Vexed and out Tuesdays, Tliursdays and Saturday a with his cool indifference, I re- turned to and after indulging in some very rebellious thoughts ogaiust him, I read the writiug. It wns, "Try again; there is no remainder." The silent but ex- pressive sentence gave me more assurance tLnn if ho had spoken r. dozen times, It inspired me with confidence. I did try a- gain, and again, and after repented exer- tions I succeeded iu obtaining a correct re- sult, without a "remainder." These six words were stumped indeilibly upon my memory, and ever afterwards, "PileSyringe" filled with Extractor, stared me in the face in an undertaking, they recurred to j me, Right there before mv i at 8 A. M., and arrives Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays at G P. M. Closes at 7 P. M. Southwestern Mail, via: Onion Beechwood, leaves at 1 P. M., Wednesdays and Saturdays, and arrives at 11 A. M. same days. Closes at 12 M. Office 8 A'SI to 8 P M. Sun- days from 12 M to 1 P M, and 5 to G P SI. WAIiRE.V SMITH, P. M. Shoboygan, Decrnber 1850. PILES neglected often prove fatal, leads to consumption; anoint the parts threo times a day with DALLEY's PAIN EXTRACTOR. If secretion .form in the rectum then.insert the He went to school with them together in that ivay, and get my ent into the glass-works as patent." "I wish I'd been to sr.id S: Sharp, Jr., after some minutes' silence. a sort of apprentice, ivhile Sam entered tho counting-room as clerk. Bill was steady, and smart, and might have risen ploy tho learned p'ofessions. They drank deep-i ly to follow the fashion, but the wines they used being pure, tho excesses they wero d guilty of did not so greatly injure as similar excesses would at the present! s day. It has often been romru-ko keep hisn to hum, or among our interprisin' i for permulgatingtlio in ing into my ribs, my innards aro hardnin, my legs aro feoiin awfully timberish, and my toe-nails is turnin into twenty pennys an I shall soon bu a plntforru an ife will be a wi.l.b'r, onhss it aro con- ioiml for sich kindle furnitnro as I'm lin, to keoji wives. Etit, felltM'-citi- ihink I regret the Kacriflce, be- 1 don't. Mrs. L. is no grout account then tho oh bo joyfullish fouling that comes over me when I reflects, country, for t.liec, Swoi-t liiiid of lihcrton, JIallylooycr, A Tother side is getting ready to maka their splurge, and as a simple lookei on in Yionny, .1 shall take claoun procecdins of that convention also. As ETIIAS SPIKE, Esq. XuMIN.VTINO A CllAI'LAIN.----WllUH the qucition of electing a Chaplain came up in tho Uousu of last week, many nominations were made, and among them the following: Mr. Spinner, of JSTevr York, nominated the Rev. Mrs. Antoinette Black wall, former- ly Mrs. Antoinette Brown. He remniked that during tho late canvass he was charged with being an infidel, for having voted for Mrs. Black well at tho coinirencernent of the last session. He knew then, as olhent must have known, that sho was n regularly ordained clergyman of tho Presbyterian Church. A You mean clergy woman. [Laugh tor.] Mr. Smith, of Virginia, wished to know if it was in order to nominate n woman for Chaplain of the House? The Speaker was of the opinion that it was a question for the House to decide. Mr. Elliot, of Kentucky, nominated tho l.iov, John Morris. He is (said Mr. E.) n regular member of tho Hard Shell BnptNl Church, a very pious man, not of very emi- nent ability, but just tha man to pray for such a crowd as this. [Laughter.] ADVICE TO THE an introduc- tory address last week, we find the follow- ing presage: "It, is a sacred duty of yours to discourage legal strifu at its incipient sta- ges, unless you iind yourselves compelled to vindicate some substantial right or redress that in wine !inj coutitries excess is seldom nnd this is true. There are doubtless, in last night to n H'lffrant wrong. Trivial and ate a candidate and build a platform. A I imaginary injuries are tho most mischievous sorts of lhp.se bo sternly re- pressed." On a kindred topic the, Itecor- kr puts it: "Accoiding as you act nnd do- committee of four was rise to receive, sort caoun the which committy reported O.K. An another committy was where e deman 'It's not that said Ward, straight up to be foreman; but to the dis-j isn't the principle. Tho thing is to cret gust of Mr. Sharp, who knew enough to j hold of all tho knowledge you can, in c7il- lege or cut. It will all be useful some time tlie knowledge and all the beauty too. j where the ordi' Mr. Sharp to At any rate, you'll have to rjive up boini.' says he; wont be a so pniticular about the immediate usefulness You wouldn't have and the "practical prosen 1 Ministers don't ey investments like education i not come into men have near the salary in proportion, r.or the and influence that they used value a good workman, suddenly an- nounced that he meant to go to college. "What's tha Widow Ward, lawyer; nor a doctor. ris to make ;i platform. The caucus' then I m''an yoursolf on such occasions, you may tho iargo of wme countries, crowde.l proceeded to take an infamous balloi for se- Meting or n as they are with ajorwgn popuhitii n, and OnspeakaMe Libby had 9 votes. Kycr 1 Etliai: Spike 0 13 SO n.'Cured tin-! "He That L grr-at that they can seldom be j i adulterated. It is the fact, still, that amid tieneral population of a wine country. inary wine use- is cheap, theref.'i-c pure, sobriety is th: rule, in- toxication the exception. U i; of no chr.-er dL-cidud thnt the fust named individi'oal was unanimously the clivce of render it di-U-btablo as more instru- ment of meanness, trickery, and oppression, or lovely and dignified us the guardian of peace and very visible imper- sonation of protector of tho weak and the rights mon- i cider nc-w. where liVr, him to a clergyman? Ministers don't ey investments like education pinlly discharge it as tho syringe is- w it never fails to cure casts of any age or viru- lence, nor. to give entire ease-instantly .to all, frequently curing by one ajjplication. Piles .are known by the hcut, itchiugand pain of the anus. Bleeding piles arc caused, some- times, by the falling ol'.tlie whole bowels, which then press the intestinal canal tight against the back bones and keep tho blood from returning up the vessels, similar to the blood being kept to tlic top of your finger when.a string is tied tight round it; such is for -scrofu- lous humors and ulcers to form therein: then procure a perfeptnbdominal wear a compress to the rectum, and continue to use the salve as above, also rub it well over the loins and abdoiuen-for some time, nnd the natural belts that support the bowels will be saved. It properly applie'd, every _case will be cured__it never fails. W. JEXKISS, Esq., of Columbus, Ohio, Secre- tary of the Ohio Insurance Company, who was taker, to 2s ew York in extreme debility, with Piles, to luive an operation-performed "by the celebrated Dr. Mott, as tbo only chance to save accidentally heard of the FAIX EX- TRAOTOtt, years, his disease de- fied'medical skill.aud grew worse uiitill life bo- came: .intolerable; he was speedlv cured EXTRACTOR. PAIN EXTBACTOK IS P.K.NU1.VE UllleSS the box has upoii it-a Steel Plate Engraved Label with the signatures of C. V. CLICIvENEIi A and HENRY DALLEY manu- facturer. Price 25 cents per box. All orders should bn addressed C. V. CJickei-er it 81 Barclay street New York. tho Convention, diioutod the vote an i 'I'0 most redressing wrongs, thrown out tho winder for; though iniiictj-d by tho haughtiest and high- intorfei-in. j ost of mankind." tforms kim in, and illov. in- County of On- j mind's -I can sea them the through college Mi's, Ward did not argue the case. .She T only nnswered that Bill was bent on going, i supposed _ awktvnrcness a small party of ladies and gentlemen btrlicve. ii.j-j. v. that tho every word, every letter distinctly, arid I and that he was sure to do what he set take fresh courage and "try again." Those about; and that he was good and smart, words were the talisman to ail I have ever such people always get a living some- accomplished. They are not cherished bo- how, and n respectable one. cause of their authorship. The crabbed Bill weat to himself; little schoolmaster that wrote them was the 1 attending a declaration of love, -when a gentleman remarked thc.t if ever ho offered i himself ho would do it in a collected and business lil-e-manner. ''For instance.''' he continued, addressing himself to 'n Indv Tho ex; ud in part his teaching, and least beloved by me of all my youthful in- graduated not with particularly high lion structors, and yet he wrote six words that I ors, but with a good constitution, and r. are engraved on my heart. INTEKCOURSE WITH most essential point in our intercourse with head full of knowledge, especially in math- ematics, in which he had some taste, and iu which he had bestowed much study. He came home, and went over to th 'lira deceive a child, we not only show pernicious also lose our influ- ence over him forever. see bis old schoolmate, go over the works with him and see they looked. They wo'nt; and as they talked of old times, and of present, "I would say Miss I have been two years looking for a wife. I r.m i in the receipt of a thousand dollars n year j from my business, whi.-h is daily on tho j increase. Of ail the Indies of ir-y aequaiat- aivje, I admire you the- most; indeed, I love you. and would gladly make you ruy ou rlatter me by your j bumoreJ'y replied Miss S-------, to the'sur- prise of all present: "I refer you to my father." exclaimed the gentle- man. "Well, I declare said the lidies in to how i they ncv.-. Childhood is like a mirror, catching and _ reflecting images from all around it. Re- I Conndentiahy they spoke ot situation and member that an impious und profane tho't ProsPcc's; and here there was much discrap- uttered by n parent's lips, may operate on anc5'- Mr- Sharp's business was prosper- the young heart like a careless spray of wa- ter thrown upon polished steel, staining it with rust which no after-scouring can efface. Meanness is always worse than Misery. chorus. Tha lady and gentleman, good reader, were married soon after. vVasn't that a modest way of -'coming to the and r. lady-like method of taking a man at his to a certainty, whoove is probably no in the" world the grape apple will flourish n- iu the U'riiied States. Aii X; Stales can r.-.i-x- in tho. g P'iif-e-ti.'n, can pr-hieo the table or for the I'lamitaetii'v From the- ivir: OlJio, extreme the cr.v-e antly, even the Atl.-intio s; ...L tineut, but on tho Pacific side its pi is wonderful. The vines are a-soiut den with fruit, and ih.i -.ro.hico bc-iief is a of in- be the now im-re every will be tried where Coinmitteo on p oerman road Jin: if Maine, Uyr'i To vhosii it naij concern That when in tha course of on.-dieiiabiu rights, things gits snarled up, i'. is the duty the people to strraiton om aoiit. Tha'. tilings is snarled up the an that this ere convention are nuneoiiijuis to meet !i it ba one of tho most i I--st kind of That this convention nro fav- the itch fust bo- an ancii.-nt an a patriarchs Jub do you o i st bi.dy, fully I- i Sr-i-i'in (iouu j siippOM; the reason is that goi generally so.slupid "A jjivnt "is called goodnofH which is noth- ing but want of force. A person is said to have self government simply because he has nothing to govern. They lalk about self- denial, when their desires are so weak Urnt one courhi! i.-. about an to them ns an- other. ['0'iplo ensily fall into n re- iigious routine, g.-t by heart a set of phra- and as you say, very stupid good "JJTul" or groat jiurity, fine nnd holes r. lady-like method of word 1 quality. We do not think the first attempts Lit wine making on this have been our, and he was accumulating n large es- j One of our exchanges says it is '-njiTra tato; while young Ward seemed to have vating" to see a gc nothing grander in view thnn some teach- orahip, or professorship of mathematics. "I almost wish you'd stayed in the work's, ood-loong _ !g with your wile m a without hnv- ought to be. A more propc-rly a very is not tin- wine fur ing the privilege of going up aud ing bis neckef'-'hiaf. we want is the light, ora.-iy 'It or the Uivil. whieh the convi-ntior. am not. to sav. Second, borausi-, prop- er'y avMroL-iated. it ar n yood thing: them as l.ave had it ha'iut an impar- I Ji'Wiircl, 'L'hat o-.il hull fellor Clt- f -rts to onliirge th-; aroy of this perluiler i bljisin. de-son es the thunks uf the conven- tion. that hero convention I do with him on account of tho! ti'entmont of tl'om deluded cnt- to-i'r a; don't know wot is g 10J fir them. liaoh-Cil, we hereby p'odgo aour i anir sacre.! fortinu-s to perpet- i ?pr.--.i'i this 13 9 in-iiti'.ttion. IvcJ, Tli.-U tho pooplo of Libbytown to vote on this pint, whelh- AIIVA.NTACES OF PAVING Fon A IN Boston pa- per says one (.f (ho facts put in evidence nt tho trial, in the >Smni-inb Court, to sustain the will of the bite' William Russell, was, that only a d w days before he made the will, ho called at the office of the Democrat and paid for his paper n yenr in advancp, saving fifty cents. The fact wns dwell upon av length by counsel, and Commented upon by the Judge as onn of great Tho verdict of tlie jury would seem to sustain the proposition, that a man who has mind enough to pay for his newspaper in advance is competent to make a will. fruity with very iittle strength, but j er they Lave the itch or not, but if they vole e rvaut wines for tL-> again 'it, the shui! I--2 an- When may a man bo strictly said to bo in tho.haliit of always "keeping his When nobody will ever take it. The man who is without an idea gener- ally has the greatest idea of himself. fe.________________   

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