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Green Bay Spectator (Newspaper) - April 24, 1852, Green Bay, Wisconsin ._.____ fcmmt falre du taker Transla- Court yon uki if you know the for woman make Hera the fentleman wit again perfectly pnzzled. I aothear him giving any answer to the ques- tion put to him. Perhapslw did, but I did not him giviag any. above, Mr. Editor, ire only some of the put to, and answered by the venerable old gentleman in his native tongue, the French. But they will suffice to convince the public how fur the caoste of truth, justice and humanity, lias been aflecttd through the medium of that Inter- preter. I urn fully confident that the Court was not at all aware of the incapacity of the Interpre- ter to appear n.t Court as such. Hence, the did not reappear, nor will he ever re. upp-mr to occupy in that capacity a seat in the of the Court as a model specimen for public rule! I raoit cheerfully concur with the Democrat int, a band pf whom has been camped here lor tbout weeks. The child spoken of in your alter has been noticed by the citizens of this for its marks of intelligence, and comman- led their (sympathies fur the maltreatment he eceived from the Indis ns The squaw who ow claims him as her child, then disowned him. V Mrs. Boughton, a sistor to Mrs. amined the child, and in addition to his age and triking resemblance, 6h: discovered a scar on tis foot similar to one the lost child had. The >oy understood English, and what he spoke vas in good dialect. On the foregoing cireum- tances the citizens wenl to the camp, related the ase to the Indians and proposed to them to re- the child until they oould send for Mr. Pat- i icige, which was done vi ithout delay, and that s ome Indians should stay with the child at Mr. filter's house until Mr. Patridge could arrive, nd to receive for every day On Sunday looming, contrary to the agreement, seven or The Spectator, 1 with you to the trunal Convention.] j PRESIDENTIAL ELECTOH AT LARGE Myron H. of I lilwaukce. Aiirou SlmJtz, ol Ji-iTi -son. Delegates to the Whig A'adoi il Convention, STATE AT Jonntlinn E. Arnold, o 'Mllwaiikie. Alexander t. Collins, I Madison. Fnta-i W. Ilrowv of Milwaukic. A. Janesville. TrnKD SpaulUHii of Green 13ay. child away. At that time they had prepar- i d to decamp, and brought their horses for their c eparture. This conduct increased the suspi" c ion that it was an American child. The citi- then went to tiie Indians, instating on detaining tho child on the stipulated agree- ment, but the Indians would not submit. Alter all the compliments whicn tlie gentleman so jurtly and so cminf ntly deserves, for the spirit of strict impartiality manifested by his Honor to- -wardi parties during the trial. I was very much pleased when I heajd Judge Battiick tel- ling the Editor to cut abort his quarrel in Court with Shi-iifi" Coo ley. The lemarka which the honorable gentleman made in Court, directed it] -'liberation ofthj matter, we concluded to keep uome individuals then in Oshkosh, who 'e child. We washed, il, changed its clothing, insinuated ahjut town that the Court J ll ip- presence of its parents, who were treated could bfl intluenwl or bribed by some pecuniary v ith ail manner of civility. During day, or other motive, were very appropriate. I'ho -ubstance of the remarks made on, that occasion by the hormraMe gentleman were published in 'He the -iOth instant. Pity Kditor did not embrace this opportunity for giving a well merited rebuke to the correspond- ent of the I'ond du stop the pro- Kress of hi, defamatory communication! But his old paper, his New Book, and the dreams of Ilia political conversion, absorbed all his attention I do not embrace the opinion the Editor has formed of the conduct of Sheriff Cooley, as ex- pressed in its paper. Mr. Caoley has always enjoyed, and he yet enjoys in this County, the welt mtrittd reputation of an honest man and excellent c tizcn, highly calculated to discharge the duties of the truit confided to him by the suffrages oi the people of our County: duties Which Ins always faithfully discharged as an officer, unt.i the Editor fancied that he was in his, way, and that he did not feel disposed losing own turc; for I witnessed the quarrel, heard the affirmatives and the negatives ot the bellige- Mr. Densmore commenced quarreling with Sheriff Coolry, apparently without and it seem for no other purpose but to attract pub1 ic atten'ion, and to create public e.i- Mr. told Sheriff Cooley that the Indian boy Nakom's child, left to his care, had not his washed, nor his hair combed. Mr. Cnolcy have very roundly dismissed the Kditor to I-is seat, and told him to prepare the materials for the publication of his New Book- i3ut he simply told him lliat the boy under his charge had had his hair combed, and his face washed. Kard words followed. Cut Mr. Dens- more was clamorous, and walked up in an- steps to bistro tempnre Presidential This occurred a little the Court was m session. He then addressed the audience in a fervency of words, expressive of the sup- pled outnge committed by Sheriff Cooley against the public for his neglect of proper care for child under his charge. Sheriff Cooley walked up to Mr. Densmore, anil very boldly gave lit to his statement. lie most eniphat- averred that the child had had hib hair un! his face washed as and that jif he would immediately biing nesses fhret would testify to the tuith of the fact just stated sy him. I The tfbo.-e, .Mr. Editor, is more than sufficient 'to enable t'ie intelligent pub'ic to iorni a just oi iheefTurts made by Ohkosh De- mocratic tnlsg-uklc the humane, the benevolent, .and the unguarded into a stream mental speculations, highly injurious to th'e "character and to the welfare of the Indian race. "JTuij abo igines: Our brethren in the human family, ou: brethren in the great domain of our daily mingled ashes and our brethren in our future and lasting associations in God beyond thetime rt at will be no more. The Democrat Las already given proofs of hi-> deeply rooted prejudices against the Indian in his piece description of an Indian Payment iCd last 31. will convince she public how little the editor is entitled to our tonfiuVuct he writes about the mariners ami customs of tbe Indians. Ho says that the Indians are a degraded race, incapable of im- provement, found so by centuries of experience; and tae sooner tha lace dies out the better for them and for others." Such is the language of the Christian philanthropist of Oshkosh, a1 rno hen the name of Caspar was pronounced tlie child started (Caspar was the name of the lost child) but was punished by liis Indian molher fir his attention. In the evening Mr. Patridge and his brother and several of his neighbors ar- r veil, who all recognized in the features of the child the lost boy. The scar on his foot was examined by a meifical gentleman. "When the r mss of the people gathei ed around the child he biid in plain English, "don't cut my skin." This 1 e repeated several times. On Monday morri- i igMr. Patridge brought the child and parents t Winneconne, by their consent, for the purpose VmlnuJ burned to tlio ground, itm 7tU Kvi-iy tlnng lost, a part of tlia the fjiinly bnrely cscinmg. A lii'.Ie nl. was so batlly bunii-il, IK fare slitj was tlia: iliCil nxm Qshk-Jik Din, Tlif rune over fro 1 1 Foinl rv.s'.-r IIo yes by love, FoxRivcr IfiiproTciuent Bill Pa "VT p Io-L M( "ti tlm i i-i' ill on 15 'n. lot't. n Apr- in Sr. (.1 Pt-cpellcr leaders, and the tra- veiling public, will toe by tiie change in tl.p j of this Boat, that a transfer of I uas been madu Messrs. Ricintuxii Chicago, and II. IT. ILtniusoN of O- zaujcae, purchased Mr. Bowcn's cut in1 interest. The Ruisitcr will probably make her "lirst appearance" here, this season, some time during the ensuiong week. The assumes the appearance of Spring: tin; budj bogin to ttai t. the fiosl H li iv ing the ground, and the wilil Ilowers arc starting from iheir resting places. Now K t'ne time to commence setting The following article in reference to the passage} of the Fox River Improvement Uili take from the Madison This is glorious news. We shall now look for a speedy comp'eiioa of this great Tho veto of the G-jwr.nor, relating- to tlie bill for tlie improvement of Fox river, wad liken fp in tho Assembly lliis morning-, and the bill thai, body by a clear eon- slitiiUoual to haunjr pre- viously pas-oil the fSen.-ite by a con-iiitm local the bill is now a ruv. re- joice nt as tlia falvatinn of the JN'o tlieni Improvement, under ali the circunistanros, depepvloii -.ipon the of bi.l. oo d p'li-. i I i: -i lot.i d. i'liu i f t; .j of n C.'.e Mr. nii.t H bv li- to li IVD ri-coiv il ur i v r i n in' it-o d Uii- 1'lin.i.ii Will liiiil a in in i at tao .'i! tar. St. ii-iti.s I'n: noiit fin Jit i i i.nV nil.. II ref ly-f-c vcn t ill 'UitM I, inr i- i Tin. f't U i1 R .'V'.n T oat s'u.ide j only one Democrat to t ie civilized world, endeavor to establish some t yridence of former possession of civility. the lands. Hence, it will be set i that can now prove up if they choosi. It is not a matter of surp; ise t lat the seitlers should be anxious to get the lar Uinto market, through the U. S. Land Office, b -cause it would enable them, to enter them at ab ut one half the price they would be obliged to pay the State Land Office i and the G'jvernti ent has come to the conclusion that it v ould be unjust to these settlers to keep Unds mi ch longer out of market, awaiting the slo'v rr jvements of a Democratic Congreis. It is prt per to state, by the way, that there is no legal a ithority for tha withdrawal of the even sections from market; it is merely an assumption vvhic i demonstrates the warm t'riendship the Admii'.stration enter; taint for our River Imprcvemen EHloirt walks, and improving village prop- erty generally. Samuel A. Smith was shot dead in Amel- ia co., Va., last wook by A. L. Tucker. Smith opcmed his bosom shoot, tho veto, and we urc pleased to know itint ma- ny came up to the work like i.ien, and supported the bill. J Tai' IlivEii KILL, We take the fallowing vole and remarks, on tiie Improvement Bil', I from the Milwaukee Sentinel of April 17 "The Governor's Veto of the Irn I provemeut Bill was taken up, beinjj the spe- cial order, and the quettion decided without debate, by passing- the bill, notwith? idniir the objections of the Governor, us f A1JBOTT, AVKIIIJEL'K, DAN'-' CROFT, m ODGETT, CATE, CATTON, CJJiMOXS, CUAMOMJ, DO- NALDSON, GORDON, (.HA- HAM, OliKEX, JIACKKTT, II AMMi-ITT, I IIASSE, niLLlAUU, HOYT, i KINXKY, LA WHENCE, ilON- ROE, ilKAD, MOORE, PATCH, L'HAK, PIERCE, 1'OWERS, LUCKER, SHOLE3, STAATri, S'I'ER- LING, NOSTRAND, yilAL-TER; i Noes. Barber, Botkiu,, Cain, Cooper, Giles, McKee, Ramsey, Skinner, S-jgden, Toay, FJtley, Wood, 18. j ayes being 3 more than two-thirds of all present, the bill was thus passed. Tli" reeuit was hailed by loud dcinouMrati'jns of t1 it, ITH. r Suppose, sir, that this child was recognised i frce Dtmocrat is very much ince a? a child of Mr. in what attitude j our conduct placed you in 1 Suspicion would you as having a knowledge of the fact, j nd assisting in secreting the truth. This, owcver, is a common irtrigue among the low- i r order of Catholics, Priesthood, Monks and esuits, and we therefore excuse the impudent I Imguageofyour letter, but want no lurlher i oriespondence. Fours, THE CiTrsExsor WAUPACCA. Mr. F. J. Boniluel, Paivhcgana. General from arc to the 13tb of March- M. Lnrrninxar has been appointed Mims- er from Mexico to the United States, and by the Senate. He is said to be a trotij{ conservative. T'l.e subject of the f nnces has been again jroutr'nt before Conjjre's, but nothing has yet to provide the goverment liJ menus of meeting obligations. iocoamit cropo" which chocalate nni'.e, has been greitly injured by weather- i .11 The electric telegraph will finished with is bad all JL nt. 'i- -'f :he way from Mexico io Vera Cruz by April News from Yucatan to February 24, has 'je-ui received in Mexico- It appears that c Indian war is not yet brought to a close "h tho whites have fiained some trilling inin tlio an- 22, aa- this law T "nin.'ion bcfn introduced into the rqeuea-ng Con- alto- tlie act of Feb. is mastoi- publish- and comlL'innatton __ ____ Proportion Io rc-tnidtl tte J respondent of tin New York says tho following privately at Washingt in and h intended to embody them in a KuioiiUtoly introduce.! by bun into 8 V Whether the Ai my should not bo ro- dolled on tl.o Democratic principles of the jegiolaturc, bscau% of thj pare; je ofthe Bill to rovide for the completion of tt Improvement, ovar the Governor's Veto anf indulges in a strain of lamentation unworthy e of the cause n which Uc has no assiduously engagoJ. The BMitor is particularfy sevita up rllshing into the hall made mi.ining Wa heard of but one accident at the illu hideous by yells and shouts ol all sons, to the minauon. A boy hid face burned of the .ricketty phstc-i-'nijf.'' The followinfj is the vote in the Donate on ill.- Ml Dlll'i. '.irrcl, ,1 ,-f, -i- IMnni, !i. iilil ilo .'ilil ru'kn- pi i .ind 1 -.III1 u. Jj' ii "i.iJ1' VV uu'ii. Ih. l liO i li i. i-hcut iil i tins. i- irr Hi j'l in-r w! con: II. IT, iy T.i Ic 10 5u Hit il. vii i K." t, agi il lo >c 11 .Vl'Vt ,iur in w i HAY. v, i ike j in Na'-th- In- .n tho U r vi-tnr-_' to A-uir i m. 1 U any i ike f, ,-itr 0 U Hill I" rr 'if lit ii i. f I n I OiJ.S, TALLCHV C UKASE, 30 i i VI i Oil, ui'li i'.i ii, in ra k- nf v n. b.i-ii-N Ut >II.I II 1'V'j- by an explosion of powder. 111 IM-fcs i IANN1.K-- DM, i 'U -ei'i? p-r Light-House displayed its luminary River on Wednesday evening. Tlia Keeper reports the Bay entirely free from ice. FIIHT Cchoonor GIOKU C. Smallcy, arrivad here 01 Wedncc-Uy las-f, with a cargo of Fibh.consigncd to ALBiunin-ft Cnosny. Tiie Whin; for April, has just been received. It contains, amonrj many wise calculated to elevate the mora1 consequently, and politiiai character of our knowl- noVto promotion fi nn the exclu- edge does not cope with the progress of the sivcly? nnd not. as now, nge and whose Barometrical and Weathercock like political productions are little calculated to guide our the de.ert of ,h. Great F. J. BONDUJEL, SupcrJJitcndcntanJ Pastor of the Menomonee School aiid Mission. Lake March 20, 1802. hia the Clii to bo continued in the service as ordinance ofFicerti? engineers J The Joi lowing :s the letter referred to in the pbovc communication of Mr. Bonduel. S..-7'he citizen.'of this place have by an Indian commonly wllea Peter, receiv.da letter torn a person styling J.imseiV Pastor of the Me- nominee Miss.on. The letter is not wjrtby of notice but for tiie satisfaction pf thC peopi.- your tovn, 1 shall give you an explanation oi jhematt'.-r, to wit. About two years ago, a Mr. Patriilgc in the neighboihood of Winneconne, lost a child while manufacturing maple sugar. He done all a la- ther could do, saving no expense to Jmd it; but jt vswi.ppowd to have been taken by (he Jndi- Whether these two corps should not be absolutely xiistmat from any other divis- iuns of tho army, and have tank only as a- mon" themselves? 5- Whether the oiicars of the quarter- maner's and subsistence departments should not be appointed from civil life? and stand 1 as to tho main body of the army in the same position as officers ol the pay department und not, as now.eliyi jle solely to lieutenants of five Aprils. All the Democratic Stite Officers elected M. Governor. 16. whom ,e no Uotue bv public but the wl.igs proba- i, Lo-jislutute. y Savannah, Ga., April 13. Mton fuctory was destroynl by was insured fo; fire on Sunuay- We give up a good dial of space to a com- munication from the Rev. F. J goyaum, jMis- ionary and Teacher among tin Menoraoace In- iians, in reference to this exc ting case. PIT opinion remains unchanged. We believe the child is an Indian, and that Co nmissioner lk-i- THICK'S decision, was just and >roper. Lost We understand that lagal pi iceedings will be nstituted for the recovery oi Nah-korn's ch.Kl, from the Partridge family, wl j conveyed it out of the State, contrary :o law md in opposition to the decision of the Commi ;sioner, direqting its restoration to its Incian mt ther. I other interesting papers, art unanswerable do fence of the Administration, a continu ition of the graphic sketches of-'Mormonism in Illinois, TJ nnd until our hi-; iip-1 a Itin- tri-i', we hope those who have-thus it uiil coi.tmtie lliei r ticnlint.'l, COC-.STV SKAT OF WA.-III.MI TON The vote of 19 out of 20 towns in Washing- ton Co., on the remoMil of tlio County ideal, btands as follows: For to West Bend, Against Y IV. 111'- In will 010 rrJuce Majority removal, Wayne, the remaining town, this majority. Another question wtii have to be decided by the Supreme Cuurt, wiietli- er Port Washington or Grnfton the County Seat. K ich claims the litle. lull' llll-n '-i ;H, i A'ti' i .111 tu1 lie-in iii.nii-i' m.icb ti'ii in ili'i MrillB n h n( n i to: cli mil .-nl.'i- ;nrioi n' :in Hi1 t> iiahlc :it il .ith. or i in ninl y .Mil Li; p vld il IT. r't hi- n li T lull. Ill 'ly nt II i-i llti. tnrr nil in 'i c u y l.i r t Tno in S of l, inn1. iv iv rcniui] I y :i' invf tun ul, (iiou- iinN mine call be proli'i tril fi oni IUHIIIJ :u il int. ft'iitempiit nf Ojifnitu us fur Ihf 1" WIID'I- no of I'nlii inilinu lii-c :il. "il. January, February, March, Total, 08 (i, 170 1 ri'i-i'ivi' e a uiul on in h.-i Ainniint of Lw> Ii iii> paiil for uifi' Aiuouiit p. it-imuiiia. ii, rr- itc. lanti1 11, O I-. good? exported, nn 03 above, as Tli( Proposed liij'urui in Mtjlury of biU has bcetv into (Jon- grcs-s, by Mr. McMnllen, of giving to Members of Congress a salary of a year instead of the present allowance oi a day. it. he to imports in the same p'rioil amounted of wliioli were in Tribune. EJ" The County Court has adjourned, j business has been dispa'ched v ith character energy and promptitude. At his Term, h ever, the Civil cases we -e of sc trifling a nat and our' columns are pre sed with matter, Something Worth is a fact perhaps not generally Ictiown to farmers, which nt this season, is important, that there are two parts ;n the potato which, if supera- ted and plnntcd nt the same time, one will produce potatoes fit for tho tahl" p'ghc or ten days sooner than tho other. Tho small end of the potato which is generally full ol eyes is the part which produces tlio eail'cst; the middle or boily of tlie latter o we learn from an rxclianae.-- Galen'i Jeff. House rents in Now York, arf enormously In Chambers street ifiedimn houses rent for from in Murray and Warren sis., prices ratine d-oiu to 81.- Due Iioui half I, rtccnfil ap.ii I'oi -ale cli 50tt. La'-ge new buildings in Park Place that we are obliged to omit a -ninute tramcript rent for 000 and -.nvl c fircet the best tluec story lioitso-, rent which might possibly mteres', the male portion ai'fcOO of our readers, but would cerl linly be of terest to the ladies. "Pliicc-a :jc In tlie up town thrVfi-stoiy houses tent gcucrully toSl'300. for btlCH t for liom or Tim Uetroit Free states that a Topographical party is ready to return to Maciunac, as soon as prac- ticable, to complete the (Survey of thoJStraits, and that the delatchmeut will be sent to com- plete the survey of Green Hay. It says ttiat after their labors are closed tlic public may rsly on the most complete and accurate charts of the Struirs and that Hay, tiroes upon Congicss tho importance of taking measures to complete a survey ut' tlie who'.e 0 April The JRnil-road Ltimt Jitll in the Ifis now conteinplated loappnmtu scloctcotn- mitlee of the House nncl reftr to all the thf- fcreut billcs {jratiting lands in aid of Kail-roads to it, to caiul'ully examine them ami report upon their men-its. Tliesc- is a <'ei i led ma- jority in the House in favor ot tht'te bills; but so many have been on, that tliey are suspicious a good deal of chaff is mixed with Ain'T nffunil I i ct Mii'i'inl o'T t p -J ll. Ain'i liable for ,0.- .l.inu try 3s-l. 1W.VJ. ,i l.s'l Ml Honil- run! on n nt t; s nn. I 0 p c loii'i-. in 33, .111 1 S riutc.s, III on 3- DM li.mrt .itni in h-ink ti-iiipor.n ily, 9. 1 1 Ain't loaned at Mow tiranc1 nlfi M- on cnlla crals, u p c i i't. u rl. i tirnl, 13." f-'cim nnuu.illv anil ij'j.u ti'i Ir pienii 111 -V held by the N .1 OiitlnAvnito, Acrnt. i; A S CUI.KM 11, MiMivul cv. OX CONSIGNMENT___20 V km" luittfr. .'ID li XCH cl Iril Culi-r. mi 1or r i-1 Pl'.AIC. 71 liu U ro U 61 71 71 -''iy M uv the wheat, and they desire il winuins ed before they are acted upon. SI-5I I'OEBIi! ..I bbi- dm-Hu: T.IK ri'tveil in giore nul for sait luvv ti.roa Ii