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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - June 1, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               BUSINESS CARDS; Aftornu ni'l (.'ottuwr at jiu wf. tui'.i in T. lTOKSi" AND T. m.-rth.t.istlrurr.cr in Siruov. j; s. Mli.l.KH. AJlA'KHSON. .1 'A'tTO'lNKYS, DKASi.l. K. Olfico uV'-l- .Ijur-.H .fitifti'j r .MUitp, te'lzl u. 10 SAfUfiflAY, JILNB 1, AT Tilt: OK OKU n. Cii.vv jjs, r'1 .Mil. H'AVJ. IK, W, Mny j. -Iu ly. 1 Attorney iitnl at !..c.iv HIM! [Sulicihir in MiKviiuUii, W.T. A. J. i Viluriiii.y inn) in Snliciiiir in i.'tl.'its cttsl MIU-Mlkie. W. 'J'.   :zrrst, n-'n.-.ll'uiKliiH; i 'Him. II. JiOr'l.. H'tinl, .Milllt'lX- Ii -K. .Ii. I KXI'I. it. II. l.i'tl-is l.tnlingiiill. Ciiniltl, I'lll- Y.; t I Utilur Hi. irfl H. Tdl'i'tin, H'n- HOOT aniS J-iltHft A. I-.'I.Y Sliijca ul'- I t 7 I uT I'JiOii'ias :ri vrs CAPS'. Sj'i n-n-.iv.ii, C.i-ii'S iiml i 1 :l ili, ll-.ils, [j iii. I I'-iliiik-.'l 'll.il.i, T.IIVI lli-IU, .ei.l i-illiT I'.MH'J .irlii'lvs A'lil.v IS, t.SII. HIM (i. I. WA1.I-AOK, s. Ar.ii-in-> in W. T. 'Tivi, ilu-.r. noxl i-.i HH- (Srunt IVeslern t-'liiir, VViili-r Milrt .iiiki.l. HI, ISI N' V, C I! S IH N i'd dvior rasl tbr Cnurt MI j.w At' ui Jr. OUrn Iiir: in'-: ti, (U'cils, innltjm K'-H. lo '.lUl1 Ml'lt-'nla Wl-ili- ;iHi.l.iV-..i.; ainl urivr HH.I.-f ill' iin.) 1 i oi I'll.', or -U v-ili'ii-v in tlAVll in' c.Minliy, p.r-' iiml rc- j il-cir luri'L i-.Mil.'lilli.' f inl'Dnihili'iii inliTivtci', in iui.v pnrt iviil nlfi'litiiill. Hlnfli si 11-111 il, :V-il, A. I .'ill' A'Ui' is lu-w. cnn-lhn.Sinu t it: .'.1 I tin' li-r roll- n 'IT in Dr.1 (i.iini.-i. Crurkt-i y, J- M' ilu-im.a, I 'yi- tj..ii.', Iron, Tsiviiti, rni.T of I'iu.'ii at., 'i. 3 J t i.-ii-W.-iii'. I'liin'.-i. C.'l.-i. A.ii. ul' (irul IJeahTaiu fanny Oinwls Silver, trt.Tiaan, fc Jlrit-uiir.vi Acrnrilflons.'iC. t t'aar of IHi'di. '.V.T. K. V.'iitc.lii's, Mdni.i- HD.S...B -.mil I'K-i-lrj 'if Ml ki.'i'J? ri-paircil n kimliuf lilnnli KinYa mnn- tificinrui! li'iifK-r, iinil in V bonnil lo tlmtch nny' rAl.t'Mli'l', IMNI) I.Ai> CO., IV. T. H. KUCIKNK KA.sTMAN, 1 AMI i-, 1 aoentoi Ihi jury uti of i iy, th< 1 'th mutant, brjought yi st- 4'oiiiotii, but in mi ol guilty of high On luesdny he was havs Spring and lo' tlie green boils sankace, whtn he in has 1 Ii [i miHjUi lilN her nt, avd for a uaw tftrlj the floret. KatuNi, reviviul bencalh the which motion is adjourned till be ilmetl N iss Dix Uit phi ut ol< nl ng iit.ni tin. Tti'iMfrrfl.y lltxtto o.'er tlio rnuatl, The .TO'.mcL Ciutl with sunallciit creatures To oil i 'J'liero'rf honey Iii 'On; ftu'.frci'! TlienjVhoiV'V in Ihe flowur! awjscel Thu ilew-drops rournl it ConJclkiftK, buttovlily uud bco kijutci jt HI tltt, sprin3' Tarry not, iusucf, and beiwlv .'VltutuJ 'you r Milker's call1 Khrth fort-k His Ui'rtnlcous feast, tKvm enmigU all. UuJ :niin! man only looked! am! Wltsil huUi Owrj HoIiU'al rreutdvc tUwc, Th it (oinl ..shuuUl lie KiiMiituj i.-um his !liin-worn hi-mr, Iff.1 sfces tho yet sighs; Luvrly areTtirth uwl but lo! Man's burning lir'aw artsv. Oil Otist   ihi.-ni stint 'tis brcail.1 i nil, all, swiiUow tio, Thfjnjjh Iio'jU'los-i [iiillions jiine; 'J our rermivft ihirf Clip, And b.; llin glcry tliirici i.livc In tin: patriot hami, 'I'lu; miiny ti'i.-r the into co ont. the d WCjat a rhaagp a single diy must ladi-iSn the sen slions o1 8 rnan like Mr relnighuyfcin, to pass Ir an from he position of u grave and studious .prosl- a. college, and the assaciaiion .vrith. .prayer! meetings, Sunday .'schernls, relf- giuu'a Anniversaries, '.of apolitical candidate, in which: :hi3 name iis .siing, by. thu crowds in the s in such, ititti.e 1 a genuine Whig ode Doa't you. sun UiX1 poi-pld riiMn' ji Iv'w CU'y ami Thu Lccqs ay ivjii as jvison, Our Hnfry C'luy anil t paUiijts all'fire wuls rainculoua !l he floret itnd turbulent, thut could .-inetl oj Kjeripturjl and pnytr, ut aid'gentlu to'jiis I hi power law involved mny hara hi inng beforu a i of rtlijrious sentiments those battered tribunal Mr D is onstgned to priioifi for lift, under wh.ii wehiir  oui darli.ig and our idol, tho stamping, gro mmg, gradually subsu'eunto and thqy iall on thur knui., or upwird with tlaip er1 hanu's, as if thty saw tlnough OIL open ing d irkncss i golden gkaii1! from thur I'a ther's Tbronti of Love, ,i It will scirs of religion to niourri as. if there wns ni flatter themselves; Ibougli till i.t dfistroys iha body politic, (hoy aro guiltless, when. theJr.ijnurhher. is.so grpiif that they might influence feit do for ver tbe sin of -cf a uf breasts uf tin; blo tlio [cent examination of his ishod of our hopes for tho future.' A cut- j said to have exhibited proofs hope, and to tain mclanclioly thiil mingles with our joy I They are to I testifying thu reality of his Thu three sueunccs lie held at thai city art1 j asserted to have. IIUK'H He I hooli by his liand. lie has upon, iigt'd ten, at Kt. who ii said to the sKinefacu. tics in a high- er degree. Ue is conisulli.d in ca.iu.-: ol sickness, or us to the future t vtmtof afliiirs; he is duclaruil to Jiave inui, tioned to tho Kniperor Wieliolmi what was conlaincd in the upartiniints of tin; .Atare.- 'iis-'ipris, he is f hlS JIOVVL'I'S- I should fester ie invesli" struets, his political in eVery ies .fee 'following, to Maine. There cih'ho't.beljlow' hig .000' Christian scatfeud is. possession only charnr. Ision of the 1'alijlec.nnr. ilcritv. :Vel ourselves so on it for I We alt that is' yet to coins. Our oi-l.er turks our galleys of pleasure, our stately of pride, have: been Christian electors1 scattfcrtjd itver l.ho T_. _T L "P by the i made of solid gold, and thM 'thhn ramorselessi wave. On thi t last vessel we lives on diamonds ilissolvt-d i i Poi'iii.Au Jt is ii uiislaltc to i suppri3i> that Ihe clothes won iiy kings aru [Uei-n 1; and -let proTessi'irji of. cthers.raay dp, see jjo it that blood he not found on their akitts aim) required at ij. i't not if'they give ..jWilli Marry Clav anil their' suffrages- to elevato wen of Moot! to 11 platfea'of po.wer and inflqenciu Hard Esq., Paris 'cbrrespomf'ent of Intelii-' 'following upon- the trntte of "Verpilles-, whieh aplCy illuis-'i a 'teceflt election this city, (say'sMhe' freight our all; to ils-frail teiiviiicnt wu Jt is a inishiKe to soppasu coiumil ourselves. The that g-iides pors aru printed for a'mut-ein, it is our guide, nnd in this ti-inpHSt that j.prinUirs it a c-uinjilini 'S it we behold our own doom friend bogs half a dozen to i Jt is nn error to iliiiik flint i oiisei'ilial lo ur It i.i u Iu support: i alu'uys coVitain the incut intr  rliimiunt In 'appear-ami hiy i-.laim. on tbu ilny iijipuinti'il A of Ib.- Tri. j who repres'.'iits -.4 veslrd driinkar'd, beps tbc- pniy.-rs uf col Is iihd water Christians, hut forbids th nme'.'t who di'inU rum -.tini cider :u him. n rebuke. The Dnlci; of Or-. was hi (rut: pattern of politeness', was a frvv inomeulis beforni bis death, by a Ge.rmun liaron, who Svss ftlso one of the. polili'st iiien -.of his Tho t'celim; himself (lying, di-sired .to! be convuyed to bis PEiir.i.iKK.vci': .O.F Th.e iug towarcs the boron, hii said 'Kxeusu subjects of sccurs I inu, sir, if ;1 should inake sorni: siriitiiices iii of iiilerust'and action.inre not, 1 f n i1 i u n ,'.i was aecordmarly Kraiitud .your presence, for my physicnn tells me J j thu; same tit iilli'pviRWs. JJiiCthese sub- j __._._______ oorrespondfcot of; am at the'point of death." Ah, my lord j jcctsiind these, scenes ''address Ihe New York Commercial, writing from Ihs 1 beg that you j to lihi-samcmaturo exercise.thc'samti Tbu iife'of Presid.'ii vs. -A doetor i n 'be ii law.yrr wbiit nii'iiii! h.' ft i (hy of May, i ivpli M! il v.iu As to Siinuiel Smilh, j be'wn.s ilreitied to ha ibe prooi'i-ty of .S- NViirthiiifjtdii, n certificate to eliect lor Dry, H'itli your it i.j Constaiitiiuiplo, under, date of March says: The jNestotiiins are figain rctnniing to Uu-ir country .nnd boms'S. Those who were in '.he haniis of the Knyrds as captivos, are being released. The Pacha of Mosul, the ins'.igator of the massacre of this interesting jieopl..', is dead. Ha had plotting fair sonia yuan for ulways born the chtt- rauii.T of a Mis successor, Pacha, is an excellent and miid and goes to Mosul, it ia prtyuri-d to benefit the afflicted Hesto- will uot pijit yourself under the least con- faculties; and awalcmv, in strain! o.n liny A. Happy JLathrop was a Tyli we lirarii feeli.ngs. Tin bis fiw'a, as as mucti di child has a little, world i'i! man oi genuine piety, but much opposed to capable of engaging of feind- hat se.eke'.h the praise of ling .his ambition, and of his putty iho noisy that men. A J'flung divine, who in-nch j.passions .as is ihe run to anthusinstic day said 1" suppose y.ou have any -real i" Note to speak wns the A Turkish Government sit length yielded to the very serious rrmonittriincu of Kngland and France, and ban abolished capital 'punishment of those who Oesert the standard of the propheUo embrace to.be binding on the Sultan and It was wise: to abandon such persecutions thcj would finally barn fared the must vio- lent hatred between the Christians and Naniack Pacha has left fpr enforce a conscription, and to laiso tbr, Atbistan army. Hi? will have trouble when reaches Mount the Slave frnffc.--The'So'utb Gorpmercial Advertiser, of the of .Taiiuary, isays that, in soina of thei slav- Recently captured and taken in- to Cape Tojwii, tha. space between jleclcs, where living cargo wns stowed away, so small, that young children, i- f'8hf crbep man pushed in, or lying jlal tm their r of ag and faces, in tike worms -Pica y.une. Mr. Graham, of .Oxford, Ohio, r the New School Cincinnati Presbytery at its 'ast.sBssiou for heresy and irnrnora! teach- SHAME. Jusial, llandall, ing. to be tried The j'grouriJ of thje indiclnicnl is pamphlet .soi.ir.rron i.v UN. KIMIIAl.I. C'u., in i rrios :intl null Ihm Ho >M unil nnil .S'ipn liulin H'aUr-i'lrrr'. If'sst ll'iirtl ilimr ntirih uwni.il b) .1. H, ;tl ;u uf k< ricL Cash Flunr, <.'ofl Shoris, I -run, I'ork, Huirct, l.ur.I, A.I-. ililwaiikin, .Inn. 1S.M. WISCONSIN THIS Oomj-Kinv continue to r.tTent in tiuth ..Inline am' t'iro on iiluifiil ti-rms. 't'liey inouvv m, muj tt.iinnct uihor mdiKcd.i'yi'raJiciia, lw their charter, tliry iiulliorizcil tu Kiifc-j.-il (or flutt-d pi-rii.iils. fft- Drali.-i nn Now York, uml Chicago abn in piu'itut (.rrcit llrit.mi or Icclx.uV AI.l'.X. .MITC1IE3J., Suc'y. Milwau'iio. T- I Ainrrjcikrium A Of'1 Scio'.wpsi, Hinnry., I'nli'ticn an-.! Oriciiuitarticles iti Aim-Tiium IJi AI.-SO, SI'AUK'S AMK1UCAN t'of siiln ut t the: public mooting in that be was present during the Vt-h'nla iceni'df the St. Augustine Church conflagration; fhnl  Ii imnpSi, h i.s HOI in the bis develop of Ih- t: oi jioliiical a .-id o" tin: il is not (Uiimii'inlioii, or in ox- of r-oui'n '.'orisioi; II :h.'ii !i but it thc'i ili in iiiil ihal No soii'.Mi'y. in c. to '.n: a.-. of hi.'l: compassiciri.' ilnd sympathy of pj-oliably VVild not ho be can ;in- This 'momentous thought! in I. i Lll republic on the to be ttie getni, the Umnuation of lall future character. ,H .-will riot-be shaJcra off, un- less'by Divine power, on higher scenes of life. Ils features tntidi- iied, [is those of the face' jago j but like, tbosB also theyrwrlt-probabiyi.contimii: substahtiaily the oiilyi become rnore prominent, moro. flisiineti.y ijmarlied, and; more as. lifoj advances, and the sphere widens tiH which, j-eSU'.rday .to livo orijy -in preseiit mom.en'i, and to h'ave all its thoughts awlidesires1 liiwited-by the waits of-the has bsctim'p a man, ex tending.his though is over a. wliolp world, blfick. 'slave, that we luiow well cleanse Imn.wlf of ihu iKiyan'co. Heroes older. 'iJay-iavu gladly preferred ritther than' owe their lives lo uets. of persons ijieiin or inl'a- I ll Al.iij-.it ami "Tigt-r liistin- j .Niilivt: a1.' ;il thrsi: li-I ii? is' no As u piiitv l-'oi', itiii'iit ;rn llie spirit iinil ul d-nrr j.i l-lo lil'lin iys what surely have, we lhal t! eve1' 10 ,-i: rp.vi- all'imi.', riirrup- -on iVioniiiiy iu.si, on iheir vv.'iy Iu j tiou.s now .M leinily di'cry >n np- posiiu' s, v.-ill not i-rcej) miu own ranK-s, ii.-iil i-ii-i'iioii-tiii'.1: with The are 0110 hunil eii am! I cf ill.1, mous; by the like unnobliijn thirty-two lawyers now in practice in Gin- i Tin: line! iii.M.iiy el'm-iny :i ilii spirit, w't! Viiust belitivu that PreVi'ilent Ty- ciniiati. In Cleveland, with ;t j for ils p'n'jrj.w llv.; troo-.i uf iivinl ler would hiive c-arncii for higher about llie of t'incin- J pnvi Ills abuiidaiil llisit the a reput'atiuii with his eounirytnei bait lw j nalii, there is ustiiraluj about fifty in j nl of t'li-at loudly .iiiui; .slcruiy rejected the suecor of i tin: of th nnd linking his sympp't'aits withjhj'jS whol rjas becom.s Atjigel, tuljiiSg in the Creatio'n at a -frfwailicig-'in- eter- -i. ,i' Ir STATJ.STIOS of of the prjindinal de- 1 norninatiohs in Episcopalians M .'Free .Orthijtlox Motlioiiists .1 Proliistant iJnited Stateij. ii. 'tbo sijJli.Tiit! himself lo Le u-hi dov.-.n the mortal precipice- before him. He would C'uriiuH taking thu lenji, bavo viniiiicaled the nobility of hi-i sovil for thfc1.honor.und .glory of his counVry, lie his.-last mighty act, hint proved to-thu sneering world Americans sell black intin lilwbensls really for'llict reason's thnt Arnerienns that the n.jgro is a creature-only a little abovu the apij a piece There, me. Distilleries in I be I.1. S. of which New York has ami Penn- sylvania 1010; Delaware has nune iN'oi-lh Cnrulina Louisiana ite, INcw produces 'tin :J7, iind r.iakes gallons. The United States .Seriiito, it is sai have disposed of MrTnppiin's case, ami in i rnan- i'1-v-. Jtelurineil Jtefofirtcd 'Cu'in'burland r 1 GcriertilAsfieniblj, (uiliJ j Gc.ncral Assembly, (njliW school) f fiermnri Jttfor.med Ii 18C 261. it IS.O'IO 2'.) 50l ii ,0110 of mechanism of human seeming -but in ri.rr very mildly, by allowing him to ftseapy no mariner touched bythesamesyifipalhies, with an apology for thu part be. tool in tlu: thesarric ali'eelicns as the i preinaturc promulgation of the treaty u-ith while man! wouM have been a sublime spectacle to 1'rcsiiienl Ty- ler'prepared: for louillv; forbid- ding the approach of the a? 'a crea? lure ha hiiil- notbinjj in com-i I outcast oi' Got) and nidc, whoso ht-lp brought the" assjsied. .iThus.d-yfiig, the t would principle, ar j .left n I memory sweet und balmy to poor. erer is horiestj gsnarous, crindiil, is S jlrue geilljsman, ijriph or whether ".Jtatned or CO.MING ..TO- iirigctished li. Bul object' is which has been for The -sijis r, is tin the .The I'loiii Jiibcz Hontinjiton, at resent n United Stales Senator from Comie 'licut, was, on ttie'Olh ilislant, re-elected iy ibe I .egislalurct of that State, six year from the -1th of March next. Sui'Kiuou Durcii sour lobbercd millc, skim cream, then set it civiT. (he firn in an is poisonous. it rcinnjn until the curd which will be when the is hot ai. bottom .uf the ;tot; lliere is a diii'erenee in the heat of thu whej- it tbe lop and bottom. Sliim ihj curd i'lto a .basket., which is lut'it remain s x or eifjh't hours to drain, then break Ihe 'urd, (on n as fine he possible: aftttr. Inch put the ouid lightly in a stone jnr, .it to taste, Let it in Jari stir- it twice a dny with a wooden spo >n'or roimd.dtick; keep U and light, i.uil ment'flf tho touched hu- to tbv maker. The ,iept joe loiij; iq tho jar-' Make'thu cheese into ii'nial! .balls, and set them'into a collar. It should' not be eaten the first few days, and I'B from one to two oh! The chwrfulnusii of oVi men confnm ho'.Hir un ihi-ir youth it lhal their past life irrrprs.luhnl-ln, lind they look i'urvard to ftluritv without ter- ror. :iii nisn jirei.-rTCi thu wi: iiummlly s.iy bn is :i worthy iraii: fie hits trm! the rwlli of life evi.-nly, Ibe rerncinbraDrt! of hii I errors, xcto him i'i- .Father AfalhoMr in If in j New York soniijfiim; in it in i.is- j (Icrstoml that hi: i o.lil XVisj'oniiin, tiaon hii i rivn! in 'tie. .Staitu. Americans. As i', is, loo .lift- of .Tyler, is JamptfUd.. soiled, bi> hoUls.itorily.fro.m thu eoiTipassi'un of fhhiek, who isirnist "probably a'sla'vb. President Tlc-r n tf, over- ard President Tylc-r, in over 'of tmiy wish {o itVu.ar his doli vsrw1.. wt! isuggest Ihi .-inodor .A white, ntijn -ia.to bo.jinngcd in Carolina for aiding and abbutl-jng thi! escape i of save f bla'cliVwciiiari'; let tlio h'egrfi'v. bo hns aved Ibo1 u'pVaccat his executibiit ttiflthe may sets the wimlcl, save the black J' .Always impress the rniridn 'of yoi uriin.with this.truth, that 'nllowiog -Ui'pm to Icnrn is a ,-i. Dftijf nmcli (ton of Inking ijprop ..vl to ;i iSevilli of >Vw' Vork .vliite. -T.i-J liiioft tinppcii- in Vi'liib: Imvinj; ctow in tha 1'int. he mtirr.'itil n Amau- nnd was put in thu county jiil for Pullrey sit- Its, Fliiliititlir, Sei-.rrtnry ti b if-'-ath plan- ter in heroriu thf; ownrr tif2U Annhe, of I.OU- refused to it to iliosc (I i-ro, Ut thither to bring them U- tr.r High l or ten are to cotvse la ojfc ma the tii Boston. u frorji infiini'v to sixty   

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