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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - October 26, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               _ fix lin iiurrM 50; tat out rear ]fc ATTORtjiEYjS, AT. Joel W. I ND aOUCr.CCIR IK C ie, Sept, IS P H Y.s i c i A -N A N M v E P.N s, Sttfilijt Wiconsiri St., 'lMitw luhjc, ny Dr. Wolcoit will Prai rici'illc on the of Noveinliot lor _ MutobcSI, am! am) Solic- tors in Clrtnoor'y- Mitwaukie, Ac ATTORNEYS, AND COONS'ELLOKS, MiLW'AUKiK, w. T.' Office norili.eust cornor of VV'rijeriind' Wisconsin Streets. v. A.NSOM 9. A. Blossom ATTOttrievs AND couwstuitms AT so- IN i 'GENERA L- -LAN-JO; AGENtS, .WIiWAUKKEiijlV.. 'IV, i Will attend tlie collertiiinJcii'dcuianciM, payment examination of (and titlosj in' bf the Territory. :i. Heferencu __ Hon. It, Omlge, Delegate iaCun- cstt Washington; Gun, W.'J'., an. G. U. Welticr.anilJ. Milwnu. ktc; K. JR. WiVi.i, Syracusei Rjtl'.Ileyvmrd, Lnei'n .nxmCp.! Fran- y.} .Wcnirn. Ttfbetl; S3 Cedar .it, mid C. 24l> Wa- Icrtt.WY, Jan. a .JAMKSS.JUAJK.G11, ni vy. T. Kr K draw tMcu jtcknmvlcLlgpvrieiU ol Hit; t-tiine, nmt attend. to th'eii- administer- onihs, protest lii'lU' of anil promissory nnld fot Mini, will also, examine; rucord.s urul Honil information to piirtfbnit in any; part of the U.; Suites. He crm ulwnyy be? found at the oflu'e ot'tlin llcpjler of near Itio Court House. ATTOKWKV AM> COU.VBKI, LOB A'l' ANI) SOI.IOITOH IPf CflANCKIlVI Awtojf, 'Jl'or. WALLCE, 1'UIII.IC, (HIM Kit A I. LAND M. llart- O.'Tirc nvrr..T aljop, corner p H Y s i c i A Nisi s.i; a a N, At llio Orui; Store, J. I.. Word's; vie.' WHOI.ESAI.K lUOTAfl. di-ol-ira in 'ilo. mestii; niul Dry .Gnu'cries, Crockery, nrul ll'ird Vs'iire, Jlouts "till linrfn-BH nnd I-ii-nhiT, Oil" nnil Dye ut' .Spring nnd Ktt npsuwiw ItiH'lTS1 IJIilck. _ _, _ E R Di-nVr'iu Drj.U'.xnin. c. Oriirhnry, Oro- rerii's. M.'il-cyntiii' Pyn VVjiuds. Dyo SinilVi, Tiviuls, .i'uily; (ilnHH, Irni, of Eual Wii'ltr nnd M'Mhiitnn T. _: ni-iAUvH Drv fJnols. I.Tiirdwnrr, C'Mi'lierjV Woodi-n-Wnre, t'lilntiil Oils. Stull'.i, Ituiilis, Steel. Nn.'ls, Coriicr of AM1.CIJAIK H B-'noOM, Two dnori norlli ofHixlo'y'a, nnd nuxl 'q liu; (-..real Western Store. Water Str.uul, 10. VS-M i25rf. ____________ _v_... the She marries Her slrength is to BOOTnnl 1. KI.Y inairiliicinfC" mnl hluics "I nvtiry lo orijc., I'l'ili.nnti.n n Kinro, iVSjIivnnliic. i !lnL_ MATS CATS. Tfr.ST XijiutcL'ii Cases f'atin and W Reaver Hats, Clone's llatn, .Glint s aml'Vontlis' Cnns. nf (.'vjr-r.v iltiB.jriplK'n, ami PalniU'iif Hnls, I ruKfllmg Caps; Yiuitlui' ndtrt, anil oiliovj fancy Oppoiit-o-lJiiivev's CnhiinoroiM ulr..... Milwu.ikic, May, ITx, 1SU, ftlO Sheet, W. T. BY J. WHITNEY Co.1 THE American i.-> new, 'commodious in sir.r, ani! the arrnnijonienl nl .llm .rooms for.cqm- fort and convenient 'imsurpafsi-d1; aild anderthc ol Mr. AVnm-uiv Iho-propnc. tors, led confulc.nt Hint tho Ainorican -.vill .rank with tlio best of tin: 'Wist. OF HARTFOIlDaCON.NKCTIpJjT.. to Ihanrp.. or uv VIKE.'- on IVlilJs, Funv.luvc, Gooils or Vesiclii iri Meaihandite- .r Produce in sioro, S.c'. Aliio'.npon Morehan- 'ir.a nnd Produce tipan inland navigation. na JI. W. Or-; on.., >Uis Ellery Mdls, John H.-.l'roitton, Vfm. W. Elliworlh, W.Clark. L. Nottham, Witt. KellogK, Henry Waterman, B. tirant. A Wm. Connor. -Sec JAMES .''S. Agent; _ :1_J ____ HALE'S'iBOQ'K BIN" Did: Y. kinds of IthuiUBifokn, Jlulod iind mnn- ufactnrod loonier; and in naujidrior Diylt. Pjriojiculs, 16 1843 tlAK on hnncl n nmf goWral nsuhrlmoht o IAW. MEUIflAL.-'THKOWGlC.AL MIS- CELLANEOUS, n'n.1 BOOKS, _. English .ami American. bunnct board, Triniin'u oiiuJ Wiriiing Alto, a Inrgo as.sorimnnt of Rations, hnlmc.i ami Mbthnnw'.t'ISiE CUTIiKH'JT; Tort. fmiwi. Cold (Snmmim boards English, nnd '.Wh.ljih on the most reasonable; terms. A IIKtrut coiiiit made in .Blirchafi'W Pnriidnhir furni'hfng I'ultllc private IJbrarieW! j the demands enrly1: of giving liirkh to and lilies, Prpvidence' tn'isigried 'SOffft '..it i delicately in in'tiec 'rhitiJbo through image of; his .eartlily happiness, 'con-' years.' 'Tear! her .chil.-'ilihja hwrs itne promise which causes him :wU4 fe. i Q! of -h... .d i vide jFam i ilaboriiivis is :a distinguished citizen, and eiiijnent in his A- thfcman ir'i .jtp.th c pf b us i ness, WEjljat ,enab tejs: Miti jni' of passing his tha' courts, drinking vnrioiiiSj., -i tiny violated, tK'o on .whit-ii be.nlth'He-j perid4 cutriifi evil rjirety "Thedi'sfe-tes-'of'the' often arid' a :feeblo mother rarely .leaves behind-, her vigorous .1 i Ji lias been Customary ;iii'! some of cities, for yoarig' ladies t'6 thin; wlick'S rind'delicdtuisljpckings in1 rii'id'winter.y A healthy bkHiipinp'iypung .in .violation pays, the pi'nnHy iini! N'hat (i 'sad exclaim' her fifhjhds'.'; Was pr her own foll 9 pr her own folly and i.bfj.hisjpy.e, for. ,wl i( and in their welfare anil smiles liei firid tits re'cunVpetisie..'' the NO. J9. 1 his'Sjlife' w ith' rci dey qtlw. h itrjiel efully, at the dayi; the desceni- ij'he must wear' her neck aiid 'anns '-bear5; ''litlllif.'6'r1 Inhabitant of-'this low lyi fhr whoevttrsiuv; aibride who-, can be; indilieient; to tliy .Peace be. .to this; dress Sho is ..with at; inttanirnalionlofllie.limgs, the gra.v.e receives, her btjfure her days, are' nver. .What thu world: 'Cjil'ofF in of hap- piness and cut .the thr.nnd of. lifjjj herself? A girl in...tfieii changeful cliina sle.ii...... a in- ghtlinfi a llannel! gUrJrietit. 'A '.-L A KE; O.P.-XU TJ-I is from a WprU called Scenes and Scener in the; s and Scenery in the; 'Siiiiuwich" Islands." Jii kjjciternent' o'f; ig.'- tliis'1 wonderful feli ills eiUii dangers-are ovtrloolced 11 '.vfyiljiri my young friends, at .the-mass-oil diseases thai -are.incurred :by. intemperance in or in or i.n business by .neglect of ness, pure .uirj'by indiscreet, light 'lai'ing, arid all .itnpu'-: led lo Prpvidbnt'e! Is -there riot1 impiety ;ns well ns -ignoriJTrice in this.? the. physical huv.s, at ion to gi'neratiiJHi, there wo.ui.4 'be iin.eppV to ihe frightful'1 wsonses tliat'cu't 'and of the lung.'jjist'uf 'mata'dietf'th'a't'ma'k'e'- lif.'-a torment trial. It Us-the. opinion' of those who Init't understand; the., physical JUaimani'H BKINQ it brief Geojimphfed .dosenpuoii of iho with.jH JJis'Cwy, (Geutojy, TTowiw, Rivers, Italics, Sec, nnd for lato by .JL 1 HOL.TON GOODALL. w.hen heard '.andean earthfiuake., tell. Thqi rocks began to rattle, down.: the, 'sitjea of and' the ground' 'beneath I'hbi'ii''Was :s6 .uhst'i'ady that'thtiy coti'le! 'riot where 'they slight..and.soon .and 110 Dr.' found to discbv.i he pere'eiWd tiv stolen with ,uhijjti.riin blaze increasing ed to iinagii nearer tba.ri.. eye r; .'till in The K..J cbinn isr theiexteht- of t- of :nis 'ii.' .guilt his he. set-: tle'd theVcpriclusicihi iriat'lhe: e .-j-i-j i; iLjf'l.i .i-. V-.haayeri'Jtoadm hiiri' fotilii's .alarming, g? tp tj 'gentlerha'n huiricired his'; crediilityl .-under. 'tho-ide'S Ulat -He- riot; jtnistiiliierc: hay' .iriad.e so mi nd, that lie he fp'rsoplc h is: _ evi! cbursef b'eeatrip. a jjfalualile ingrrib'er of: In January, -IS'H'ji societyi'and' rlhe: ff: Jud.d. descended .the ithixihad assisted, so, the of pro'curiilg.Spine of the iT' able to: iVJreljil' liiik'eV hfe si'rmllfn, oiiej; at ithe-ibottom-of: i a tiavf1 ;'I'i he, firny; .oT in.'seltmg' fire: 6; 'parsonf; It appeared very L. TL -.__... L i___ _ 1 L T ...__I __. .1 -l! .iiK.he founc! some diffi- could djjsire-ipf.cc ting so cunbiis o'a ineittent. r. v V j; Old Spring is a nndi: when the, sun is Inc.'flowers' blobimng, the' gri-ei'V ;iUei biiliny -tho' spirit rejoices, .ami j iSu.tnmcr is.a pleiisa.nt noon-tide.rny .gibis up the tlii! wa-i fers, arid .the' 'the'air, is'-filled-with the merry haymakers is-luard .in Autumn is a pheasant time, not look the., .golilen: the Jaderi' fruit the, varied aiid the 'kindling 'lieivensi''' i Winter is n pleasant time to hardy enough fa walk frosted snow lies the .ground, ..arid ;the] trees are h.ungfaptasUcaily .with' rirne for: tlicri wonder is awakened in the mind, arid the pure, airgiVcs cheetful-. ness Vo the spirit, Autuirt.nv ani are pleasant 'Seasons, ,nnd, th.i.ng can; mnlcu .them, it..iSfthe heart-] felt reineiribrancy't hat'they are the gift "of; G'od'. ''Yes, 'He'HvKw hath the hand, and me-: Sir andI'd'sceniled iii a -sliowe'r all -.W'bw threw, ,grasbing, the, iloctp.r'.s.' Mrrfffd'his-c'Ib't'liiB's-, Tii 1 jin'nils'of tions'are asi: o driip of a scp counted us thesiniill idust .Ji the i thereof' siiffi-; He'tt .thingj'.. eien'itp'burii, horj cicn'i for a' burnt'Fl them 'td me- An return andi the ,mere, .and: peacefiil'hights'.-irle ,fos .j Oh let t'no thoTtJiwi'tii all J Prolong AM Wlioriij-ailfMnorwin'trJ i for the, jAlt 'i' f le ir parched up by :li almost to tun w.U.b'' avoid being.pvertaken by !the; torn ht.'-'.J'A hofr ble :it is'difficult t't> ip'ppsc'hTarmSr sonsl: 'one perhaps' wilfi.Yefoukjn low.n..tpw.ar.d ..the.., sun.Sfi.t. .er first gSts to he; these- trie.'saf.e ,6f intpxicating the ia'trTehtui'e'ih 'a j? T., .1 i b'transferred'to'the-list nv toruch-: esrrditS'ttc W.P[ i.., i en': i..i Am'iitvjti on'JittMtiit.m't.1 'iG. Kendall, jr. Huebschinanni do.- l; 2 fit) nJtBfiiziei-Wonwatosa, '2'50 1 .3-50, t -a--M> a no. 2 50 1 125 jar, ..'preac hoi i) frig.. .1 hJji 1. J Ir'yv in, B.rdblificM, gdined' Many'of ths corigr.egattbn'lbbked M i 'llou'ris h es 'before" ihei S.'" ''ttv-' .Go'rigresa is j anol stud eoli: Gpv "'A tends .bar..in a tayern; and at last clerli astpreJ co'h'fide'n'ce -pf .his1 '.'eiii-i i ''e v.er.y.'.''pe'rson -appeairtd.' '_ i M itbird pushes for ij-tiiW' is'Sdiriittifd itiio 'ip a pack- dust -.'f bat; '.thertj! even dark-eyod damsel alone andipo fo.otiii1 (hat tfie tuutpras of so- ft-. the Ir.the.aLqi to burst-' v. ;you n pedler dear gicli'that. is not my TO- yTeiili-.T not eyeing me Vt'ry: thpught .yi'ben.-1 siaw.ypu in the thnt.iy.oii 'looked ped passed 61I: afpewter: half-ilpllar. on me about three. ago: and so Jl.. 'V got mul he sayjrif he catches tlie feller he'll wrii-g-- his niicltl for him, imd 1 aim Btira you're the good; f From Ih'o MidJJcse.v Sliindard T. TORRKY. HW folk wh.i live by Wl.ejrljl'inie our frier J'for his slaves on their way To all such we coinmun'ti: from ANKCttOTK. or tlirifr in aelitt friend IJjirrty if) br n nil in vriih acittaen of OD'oTllw Itrn WnrcMlrt county drlil "f iholilionirt, hul enfljijjed in ths 1'iwiiiem, in Tur Ihc. flection v( Mr. C'tn.T, ouJv nifjns if fcCnuiMi-j; ill" A betwen llinn, We, ill In the ot the'Liberty Aucr tlic mim 'I'ejcau nnd tlic tnrilt'iiro reniions tnntiul-i, in my vitw, li> juMifjr T.M- Clny." An Mr. Clny'.i third !eS.li-r on Tt'.xas had out, 1-1 whichblMiayfi, 1 should bepl.id lo sii- n brief I'Mjaniinntiiiii (jivally enhnnfrd iirs.t nrfjuniiMit.: The seooiid 'loWfn.'r, relied ori us nil it -pfisriMe "nr iv i --.----ave of Dr. ..much btlk-r tliim Polk that J .-'mi Wrench, of Winchester. She boopfit her; for him I am rend n 'hiM re.id "f !ls wil, vielll ld VDU- J.-t her VV she. por 1CT t 
                            

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