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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - November 8, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               '.'ft -Ill in Ow building by Co. I, 1IOVHF., CAURAIGK, -t Nov. 7, Itnirm J T. It Audnli Sloan, 'ATTORNEY'S ATI l' w, r. Joel W. .AND vOUSSBStK SW.l.Cn-OH IN 1' H V S 1 (31 AS A N D V R EONS, tieyt '2J, 18 U. jr. irks. 11 .H. S. Jfilili.VVOI.COTF, 'JNBiri'jftjj Milivaiikiu, (V. T. Wolsullwill visit the "25lii ol'Novombt'r tor a 11 ubfccll, Finch fx- AUonioy.1 iitul. Counsellors .at l.-.nv So.lic- tors W. T; miller As JflntitftcAiftii, ATTORNEYS, SOJUeifOHS, AND T. Offici- corner of VValt'V ami Wisconsin Strceu, f s.- MIU.V.K. .A. A Hoflidity, A.ND' cou.v.sKLr.oiis AT LAW, so- G E N K U A L A N J) A GEN T S, M'lf.W AU p Will uttcnil In the collection f.fdciiiaml-j, nitytni-nt oxamiivatioii ol hind l, ,i i] t .LET e( us loVft orio Jong w lilaak xvovtil' (if .max'twing ipnW diioop !io ''tisto1; Others l.iile lew I'.rtgtr till itjirii 0 l.l'thoro hrciki And tlic liimlpuf, purest, ttio.trus Mavc'atill I'oiiriil (ha 'n.i'iiil to IbrglVB Then oliMhough ihahmioii i. Let us Ion j .yji Thora hetttj ana toirget No leaver in till g-ail_v they Dihlimin'il. midst ami' IbaelyjaniV Hut Iliu iiiialetoL'-cIiilga the mit in Hut will) Iciivcs rutuiJ it Inkita KXisfn but lo Iwino Qrti) fall ivilli loir'il oalt', aiiJ pcri'sluiieVc loo! vis love UnaHertui anJ fund, ,119 weiiov'vlat the ttrsty' Though t oi' pleasure inay and j iify of and still on.tiie safe side NO. JHltl ir-'.-i 1 Itntl 'V i i INiBJor" Jfeiih ''a 'goSJ d'eaT "'li JBprri two httodreicl af'ier -Milton pt. our.. t, f9fen n, Ejil ep iti (a .fnske 'his, Bopfi' 'qiiiite "os; riot burd who medilattd his :gv.enli thert tern Ib'e- of iVnllotnbir.asa.: Major. Jakei; first gjV n.f he ,caUs ly aniS.'phildsophically '.'liaiacbufiiea frdm.fvis' 'texfc difficijliy Bi'tggBistediinthe'Biini eluding js.of ''s'ipi'rpliririflfg 'na- at'i onaxfs.ainl cxamiiialioii ol lund And.the, 01 wcillh ..ftliBTeriitory. 1 I There an; some tliat'w'wUlVcW' ff. jptfrftttfitfCon-] Wttxhinqton; Cue. H'.'J'., I not IVulhcruitd'J. S{ L. U'urtf.Miltoau- That bul sliU'cJoacr' whua'sorrows, draw K. Jl. A'enars fylii t( ''J'ef And all' clso'.pass to xt. jV Y. ft. mill U, !vVy 2-iy }yti-.' Thus, lovoiotu; long aa we ytayi Jlitl. JJ I _ Jli II IMJ.....I ,IJ. Jlil JAMKS'S. Al-orncy .'it haw. p an'il alsi> esimiun-- i'ecorr..-i ami snnil.iui'urmuliiiiilo lu'rs'uw.iii.atiy.iiiirl of tliu I--. SUtcs. can always f-iunil at th'.1 ol'lhi! of tn-.ir Cmii't Uoiiitc. II. KffGKNK KASTMAN, cnir AT I.AIV AM> I CI! A NCMIl V. l-r-.M-ii IJItiy 'tcv, rs o'j- A n Y i1 i- 1 1 A .N i: n r. tt i. A N i> AfJI-'N'l'. CUMK.V KAVy WrM.1V. 3j, Bi. SJart- Nielli's Ji'i'-i'llrr cunlcr iiiiij I'ci-th, r.M, IMl.'l. _ MI JfD'm'MtJS, p ii v s i i .-s .v s u i; r, o At 111.: .1. 6c L. Warrl's, We Jilfe' short cpurtsKipay: aiiJ. in. K'tf'feit a'tachL-Ibr arid iiw'olce to flii J hinri- inapitiod man. appears I v any flirtit'tioh of sliyiiess, giiv'e h'fni a ItisS arid C5f' thai 'first' kiss OroflS; if ve; had er o.fl f :'o w n' th'o trgH ts; arid .lomet'unes in a poetical mood -.the. .wishuiJ did. r It- to -tiiste. t. .env.io.us Iwuuji.jyere Inhere-; ..ijq i Notes 1'roui tin! Sci-afJ tit .l.U-'E. 14 Maniecl, on T (not Win, Ask', I'lioiiiiis ilixvilt-ifiitl Charlotte-Coiuiiy Ijoih ol .v-v i The ahovn tiiarniige. .x.ji'as cottsuoimaled in ihiscjiy on .last iiig maids no 'a'unti and Th'e .'liirds heaviin were tbV'niinsTre.lsj sfcyiiiiiutijf its Jight upon 'the Qni; tljis fifst vhi.ngs to ..us, in .spite of.? Ite. ral ,'jtda'iti alid his wife' were A'STiioi.l V V iiiuili y MI raj ngo and tliert'liy tute.of. inarvi'tlcus. ".Vlr. M.oxviU is a .-.hoeinalicr, wlio-kijeps-Several :men ployed, and among .thu.rifst- was John. Pei- who himself so, much eii ydting 1o 'he or .ii-iw.j.., to tho.iiiagestl babies but not. a house, without a pot or t kul'lle: u; biit'lpvb iiric! E'deri l- ;.l.' proceed along with cpn' (iay.lpr ihVex J artd'" PlAc you 'aware., what_ the ;lh.e. cnajiel'1riiearis ?.V It' sure.' pretutisoc; cond.ucltd; into, and- :'v-' chixnt da'a'ij; tiifis'ara arrayed'in crli'tit Wferii) -theit' eyes; Here they vaca kVpf; (or h y.u rs, .nnd ar.e ied-; ta; ejtecif rhflpel' cool stj niid'j'Naturl's' (jild Sriiila.npori (He :uiidn ihil'iig'MgK-wli'ii' luve.and.janotionad The 'ofoof aflecliofi is 'jijiilargtf' UMa and with..tliis1 our aeSfji.''' I to'se's of -of' umpb 'beco tier v.'hat ni thi- r.than is scatterethiWilli ,u... -and. clearer Light. their ffrmvtli. FrtB Ttti MICUOSIJOHC I-HKMJ.MKVA Grains tiftar.d appear of ihd namo fiH-m flo tha baked hut let-n .1 Mi- croscope, they c-sliibit dillcrent sizes, globular, ii i '-pj- lar. But what ii inost Mirprif it. ln-ir cavities have beeti fciind, by iiiioroscopc-, insects of various kinds. 1'lu- mouldy aubslaiir.c r.in damp through micro.icope like ;i fire- whose jKni-er.v, Je.-ivc.i fltint in the invisi'r lu the naked on .ill hodi--. ni. through Iceyholt; ot cupbonrj xt i! i i w. is a> Married, jicoplij it: well, and __ 'i i.' fi .1 and .sisters know, ti'loo.-' Conlrary the flower's of. which close cl'filces ''t" -I' _L' i'_ f. at the .cibse' of jJajjj, the Ibvc-liest U Soil their growth. Some of lliv 1, long xvhiie.tra'ii.sparenl the. b before they open, ire Jiltlc given 'c which become white. Dr. I'utinel, in comrtiunication U) tin: Uoynl Sociv'.v, '.shoivn that several di.-ieast-s h.-ivc ii bfecn known to physicians, iiov.-r havu'not been acquainted xvitii real lure. He discovered pi.i growing in the which are .-.unielji by individuals, i tioiV of iwilighi Then laiU we of the questions-tit' the then coif-" elude: -we-peace Withburlheairtsyif we have i opened'them; before then i der tha consumption. seisk froiiv Hjeaven; Pmssian iiiilurul st, lins dist-tivcrt-tl iiit! r- ofler. .thtii. thu nigliit coin.es; sleep and or hyjthe undergone., f conspWiar -he'lcf a cVucifik hi l i... iind leci teii'i p'-'n 1'6'utj v pice "a bea a t i'-" fu.V' prayer 'in u'pb'ri' tHe hearts-of wftich timid at... the., af..'.t! nslieti !by: the sick lerni; iriaii fatal spot his hack t d f apivi1' .jvirti' "1 wera jpiiide' for' liis enth. -It- 'ilia ty'ttf sonie' u' 'paiicnt' w north, was .___._ .._, lie find; -irieriiiveriieiit to tiwtve s'ueh''rt all; .replied' of -Bsciulitfiiiis, having, ariovher. iiiitierit iii-'Xtii'." bllWr can kill iuifi toilti 'Can you replied the yon are toa in his or by liis.-., induslry iind sobriuly, thai he (ou.U liiin in ipartiierf sliip ahu'ut Ihre'j1 yciirs and1 luid no to ri-grel liis Uindiifss. Viom thai! u iliot 'fur ihissedi'hiin'.' cou Idi i't t( nd u re no f iv'io'f' and, thougli liitif.Mr. Moxv.ilt .and Mr.. PeUirig- .were) ...Ciirnpbell .thus .sppki; nint i.coiDjjanions, and j of norels ;iml poiMry tied in tin' saiiu- hou'se, '.uiitil.iilitjui hvi'lvii J ifitvcr for.no'yols, and'don'qt I'H'robbJngs'.'-1 "iA'Sfl now tli'fr'dreac! .hour-'had at the last said arlaix :fn sat ealni'ly; five balls' -'hia 'body.. -Airiid Hhw! whi-n'tm'e ilify th'ey'wcre'sub'i have read a-'doxen' xvorks'of-lic- jiccnnu'd on-a 'Cofonfcr's' 'to be ii'on.ini.tw.ei-ity, .y.eara. ;.fre- f ._ .i i .-..y 1; 'hisi O.I- inl .l-.irviL'ii Ilanl Fi.' .trni'.ij Sul'.! nm! il Dye r Sjir r in Dry 11. vy, Dry (inoil.1, held ov.er the liixly lukeii  hi: beautifn! ;ind wi-i Slave; mothers, in. the far .Southy Jwjio! when J did iht1 iin- poi riant lends editor m'H.p'eniitt their w.oi'k. to, .nurse An instance of tbis ki'tVcl ,of 'cruelty was lately' riafra'ted cai A- 'hib'tKer, hooswr, cup, .um .1 Mnr prajiably -ist grain of'suin! will cover two hmu'.rcd :i tosalute'tiie hisuiiiiil j fifty-scales; consi-nuonllv a Eln-l.i i 1-J-. _ .L......... ___. J r> r- ssoo-r A. KI.Y Biiiil.i ;niil Blum.-) rvivry to order, uppofliS'-; Initlinjilo Slilwnukic. :April Thomas HATS StCAl'S.-: Hats, Ilnl.-i, Coot's nnd Yt.nilis1 evo-'ry (lusnription, anil IMmlcnf )liiW, Kreiui, 'Uaxriluig Laps; Bi'ltii. axi'l othiiv fancy arlit-lfu. Oiiposite Conilili'i-oiul Blot-It. ___islilwaxihie, _._ _ A OTER EGA M HOTJSI1, Karin" Mihcatikir, W. T. VVHITJSUY Sc Co. f Aiiii-rii-'.iii i.'t coiiiaiiUlimiH in M. anil the arr.iniienieiil ol tlie voonis iuv coin- ftn-t and and under Hit; ni Mr. Wni'i'.vKV pi-'ipne- H-cl confulont that the American will rank VfitlltlieU-stninwsoHUi.-VVL-.il. ililxvaultk-, Mixy 15, IS-H. ii I'll- OF HARTl-'OliO. CONN'KOTICUT, to (nsiiri! lii.'ainKt n or JXxMACJK IIX" l-'lIXK, OH Mills, Fnvniuirc, Oixv.ia Vopch1. in port, alrrrlianilir.o frwliice in _ Also -.tiv.e awl I'roilticc W. C.rccrii-, Willis-Thrall, Kllfi-y Hills. Jolir, 'll. Pi-catoiiv A Ward, Kara Strong V. Ci.ArtK, 1-rts't. 'connection between Mr. JfeUing 'nnd the iTiJin that was found cli axilned and ;lhnl, in consequence, Mr. Pelsing bad in all .probability, made ..away w.ith ..htui- sulf: tio'nmtters rested till n day last when a lady "ciilk'd on ilt, at -his store, and aslkistl.Tor. Mr. F.ulting fcil-.t; was told ihu-pai-iiculat'ii of this story. And bus not he bucn hereK.iuce she was J knoxv he- bus returnod llit; lady. lins not J.rtSKUre-.yo'p at least, not to tiiy Mr. JVlowill.. "..IJui I niii the 'lady'. proof have yon'ol-'it Mi-.-M. i" Tlu; best in (ho svorldtpf rclurwd. thg liuly for J am litre, and uivsclf are one nnd same person And, strange as it niay uepiri, such was thsfwi. -1' ,r The-'quBStiop then toasj wliother iMr. Pvlsing iwaa a gBntleninn or .11 lady and ;it that ijhe was. a .liidy, that her namo.wiis Charlotte Ihurmorc that shu of nian vvho was fuiiml drtwri'ijU.1 Shc'then slated thai her husband wan ai shouirtaker Wm. Kllvvorth, VV. Chirk, Philadelphia S. W: Gowliitkf. Henry Waterman, >S- nuu-rieit; ,t.hat her >.hose iiatno was C'onroy, took" to Ijr'inkirig, anij treiited her badly; 'childrenij sho: used to her by iind slil.ching sheer (ijr het! husbaod; iin-r tending, as soon as she ;could finish a shoe, to leave the drunken wan, and worjc ,her Milwaiiltio.Jinio 'I.'18-U. _ i equipped hcr'aoif in meiv's' she'ltift Al.f. kinJsof JJltnklJoiiks. Unlu to order, ait'l in Iioimtl imriin ii niutr Am; HAS on hand a l LAW, THEOlAXilCAL MIS- OKLLANEOUS, unit SCHOOt, BOOK.'- York. Qf her.iu'ccew a jouraey- man, foreman .seen. iiiutrh any abovo.. .-As'wan the inquesl was she Marten 'folr whtru she lilarncd thai. had become H '.x-nmlering.Jonfeii, had a.week before, ,for atead of finding nn injured he fpond ussonnif ni KngHsU Btiidcr htMinct tiniircl, Priitiini; !nnil Writing Ink. targt osforminit Krijjcis, tV unit I'orl. a grave, that Mr. Mowltt' i'd itis mnkc house- home ftncjl finding :that nnd Cerw.in of- fcrtx; on HIP! UI09I rciiaonaliu. (ttiiis. 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