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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - November 14, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               j I lit iawrlfd Ivt ft for in the buikUngoccuuixl Co. i n OUKIJ h of indi'rli and rlpcxj, r pariKiiU i It r a, i it UvWth i to Uc- n whnf if -rn, ut U.w I wl IM te.nl ii ATTORNEYS.AT, vine, W. T. w. w. P.mo.i'.i. ,i .VT LAWAND'j IK CMANCKIir. eellaneousj "I'hcj li'Jf of the moon are in' We 'daily :pa rich tJiMi; DtiHlap. V a Y S 1C I AW Si A V .1> S U H O KO N S, i W. 23, 1944. nits', s: Witcoruin Si., Milwmulsie, W. T. Dr. Wolcott will, visit I'liiricvillc on 111 6 of Nownibcr for ff ilnys. l, FSn -h A: Lynde, Attorney' an.! Coufinllow at -Law and Solio- Iprs in .IVIiLwankiu. nttillcr ATTORNEYS, SOLICITOUS, AND COUNSELLORS, Mti.wAUKiB, w.. T. Office ronioi-of Wnter and AYucoaai ASSOIjt S. I A. MATIItKION. ATTOaNBYK A.ND AT LAW, SO- MCITOH8 ift'l'bttA'NCe'jlY, GENERAL .tAND AGKNTS, Mir.W AJUKMB-, W. T., Will ikttoml to till) collection ol'ilernuiKlH, payment ni'taxciiinml examination .jt'luuil titlos.in any part the-Territory. iH. Delegate MtftifjJHitttuHini flan. (i. H. WuHtur'tlnttiJ, ff i. H'artl, Miluimt- ket; K. JS. Wicki, K.IIJI Syr a cute; K. Esq. Canne't, Pitt. jtumCa.; ff ifron. i JV Y.; WtMilteanl, Oth S( TerheJf; B3 Calitr it. J5. Tntlmm, JSmf.-, 2-lfl W'i- tertt.JVY. ...Jan. nnSlg I HAK.F.K, Attorney nt MiUvniilu'i: W. T. ttteie 'linei occuWed 16 of Ihe who of i '1 jte -.njAfr from iihfti IritKJn -'ppe baling aummor been at lewit tic, mid ptii'rioir'lbVere f arid' .hqW'. more ndf eiisify be iiscertaj bed .i the mooniiliiiic still .eiirne downiio gently, and jlhe .tpict vjicntediby mini filled Vfilh jtuch brigiitneM, that kittle was. Ein'd nq cpiiiirioiian By his witluiiaMial from that plsic ho had bupn fixlufu. Hud He dropped' Jowivajiiiong-any, 6t- ibtsii, eyeniiig! thefis been. n grt-at: uniongi with this than' Had becn'aii 'greater itityrest than any aj every body once a boy or gjVl, tliere might have been: a revival of affcbtion which; -would manifested .itaeljf 111 of handterv biisi nesii and PpiiStf iftb.1 ilieriiatf 'oiitof Moon to .i-hiiriseif.; .t'his The rnofe difficb from' norther I.'lit appeared tatirid'the earnestly Ke'thought ii: sought Ht its was n cprnpos'siontite se Jl; i'eerued .h'itn .that the: grtat; fault wi in tfio: gjn. lady :as young, as kind, as ibe duke's eldest daugh- 'tastle; arid 'hastened .to' sold aiw rj; Ion j' Man could 'not' fit "F id- '.t n rw  f. At tliu {J'pjmailo .1. I.. vV'iitiM-SniiK't, "TTrilOI.K.SAf.E VV incalic: nnd luri nnd HKTAIt., IJry'Gimd.i, VViiri-, llootM tind Shoes.! r nrr ol' .Sprint; ttni' i llorli. I moonslruck who first saw him. Kl.vingibctwccn.lhe colcj laoon.aritl the earth, Where ahir lady'liiruiiutl'by thi lictd state.upon a little island---whether they or liol, tie but certainly slcylar-k :llirlter-'i i'd into nest inorei n4 eafjli; ev.er. thto, it8 npst lod, nu snow-Hake ever ft-li iiijii its deep dinglr more unnoticed, nnd hor leade'tever its shadowing :rock-rnoiru; Quietly, than the mnn from the-moon canie down, when he alighted .under .the hroiid shadow of a noljle elrn, in a ducal park.': The di-rf turn.ed 'upon J.iiiri.tiicir lustrous and diuted away to icafy coverts; the fobks slowly wheeled in firound alxivc his liead, and sailed Upon t'ruckcry, mid nud C-rnckcry, I'ninta. Oil.-i. Itye- I Suit, i Corner of.Wnmr nrnl Wisiioni-in Sirens of thi'ir leafy and watch-dpgltriet him at. the .pprlal ;with ;W fawn of nlR'Ution, At the "porter's lotlm? had guthi-ri'd some of the juvenile- 1 ty, iind with tlie utmost coUrtt'sy they rti- 1 t i sense of, want ,1. have .seen broad fields ns wl'iile's.qiinlid 'crowds Were fiiint for fooci. I'saw'fi'mighty nnd garments glittered with heau.tyj and .gushing .strains..of, inusfc stirreil..thejr noble hearts: J thought it a glorious .but 1 learnt that they w'e're- sent to'kill or he killt'd of their fello'iv 'men. I saw a high the and they .brought put a man to .death.between and. the enrtti." Crowds'of'm'en. gazed up- wa'rd sight, arVd ;think ye God '-lodk'ctl ed and .cherished as a stranger iindj ?'l.'' guest out of ml'" moonstruck; ,'an'd touching his. :he8d; iwi.fe.; After IDL them heed what'he'said, btit'trfa' -ITO'Ofr nUm'rtWwll n iid'-'Tjim, good mtfniuc.' '-ii -ItiifKij height jSip' met fcrji'iJril--Ay.o.uld Peaof? agrpat cal- ;led him an Abolitibniiti and: prqposeitl as-! 'iii1 his frqiin k 'place' which didi not saera tiri suit.him-rei'y.iweH-.1: They would wingSj attach them :iy> aijt the best'ar'tiK ial method.'' They yro'ulrj riot furnish hiiiVwith'airJorse, rail, arid aid of their -lo-' vill: your Father, would, have held said hi; to himself. lie followed 'th> footsteps1 ujhtil he came to a eclair Th? two children were gapping for breath'. "Can be done' therti which isj.in.Heave.n, .your, trespas- j woman .ses.r' ..liul.lhe more my pained; within me, the.more I Ihurricd to this place..' And w'he'riT vyis coiiie if saw mighty pal- fnf the accomiriodation few, and I saw: also, mein herdirij; filth wfelchudness andithose.who.haj.not. where, to lay their ''heqd's. I have seen1 Mapm which ask- ceived unquestioned the re.niurlubleist'rar'i- j w'li'reh'oiises filjed wiiii. cloths for raiment and jnvited Ijinri ;to .their; princely am! stout meiv passed by thcni with'scarbe': M. Two tlours ami next lo tliu 'Great j Western Ston-, Street, Milwaiikiii. February _.......... j JBOOT and STOKK. A. EfjV H-iut.H nnd Shous nl dcscnpiion, u> orilur, Liidinalcin'si April 17 1.vn7__ Thoman HATS CAl'S. U8T recnivud. Ninntuen anrl Jicavrr Ihl.i, Honf.-i Sporting Ilats. ('.PHI'S and Yiiullls' ilesnripliirti, I.PKll'.ni and I'almlouf llata. Travulling Caps j Vouths' Holts, aii'l nllicr lai.cy Conimcnjial illock. Mil'.vnukic, Way 15, 18-14. ____ J AMEHIOAN HOUSE, ftfrret, Afilwmiltie, W, T. BY'J. TIUO American in new, L-ommixlioua in siaii', ami liic arrange incut al tlic romnn lor COIM- fort anil ('oiwcnioin'o unsarpasscil and under tho Mr. WIIITNKV the jiropriu- ft'Ol condiletit tliul Ihc American will rank with tbe best- Uoilws.oftho West l.'U-l. _ tn- OF1 IlAUTFCfllD. CONNKCTICUT, ON'l'lNUES I'nsiirc against' or ON' on iMiildinga, MilU Vurnilnrc, Opotls Vt'sselih in port, Alcrcharulr.'.e Produce in dc. .Also upon Mctcliaii- anil produce irjX'ii inlaiul nuvigntinn.' "O1HRCTORS tVni. VV. Dnnici W. Clai'U. Chas. L. S. W. CJoudndiJC, S- fl. Wm. C -C. W. Greene, fFillis Thrnll, KlK-ry Hills, Julm H. Ktlwarcl Hollm, Wm, A; Ward, Ezra Strorijf. .rr.W.. CtABK, 1'rcs't. Scc'y. JA.ViES S. HAKSR, Agent. How ribautiful tlie iis a few diiys afterwards iiu rairibted to'the spot where-he first pressudiits soil, and hosy. happy aro.: her children..: Before cnmc heruil thcwght more common than bliss, quitst wits tnore hut hitherto11 have iti- 'vrsiigaled lit dislancv, arid here I ;find vliat niy ignorahce isiprq.- vcrbial. jNevorthi'luss, 1 thu and capacity to learn, and the duke self shall npt know 'more than 1 willihscerlnin." UK bounded over hedge, .and wendmi his way to, a. which nrstlt-d betweun Ihe grove and.up- land at a short distance. He entered the cot, and the first sound which reached his'ienrs was .a cry for breti'J. repealed I savi' it given to flic dogs this Bread1.' there is enough nt the castle. Co .to the duchess, niy will .'.give, y'pij enough of bn-ad." Thi child ceased hef cry, out looked at him wonderingly, am] an elderly .sister shook her hcaii, yet said nothing. Thunjthe mail heard n from u low ami looking jnto dark ho saw 'stretched' upon it 'th'u emaciated form M x Stiu icalled the girl to Hor side. i i r- Is Thero notja little this, phial Not' one was 'the, repiy'." ''Thl: wonfiiih inolined imort: fainily! i Wine repeaiedi we dmtik last jnight at. the .castle :uriti! our Iliads cpuipapjj ami on his Ji'e'el, jjle entered vant piitseti which we and the oua winun.i a.wiy ned Wine: H Al >r kinUn of Itlunk Uooks, itiilud and ufucturoil loor'ltr, uuil in nylf I'jnucliulili-, buund lo .mxlch any Ang 1843 ST. 8e miottmem o THEOLOGICAL MIS- niul -SCHOOL BOOKS, vi, t BOOKS, JhngluhiB4 Jumnct -Printing Wriiirii. Ink of Rujfiitii, C' Ac- Which kr> Of. on the ,A litjotil dig count mod. 10 Schabl'IWlJtrai FtrlicuUr ntlenlion lo Tuniifhing Puuhi IMdprtTiM Librijiiri. Milwaukii, Aug. 1H43. RA.1IAM FLOUR coiwiantly on .foml K.-W. Co.M Prov'iiiori Storo ;V he! repeated, as l.iand new towards th'e the Idrawirig1 and liimj with-a ailryr salyer, upoii e; rdfreshmenta for the laf.d was covered W'1H He grasped a bottle, an tjhe ijalyer from turned to gci Itutlho aatoniahed domes tic made such aiioutfry, and Vociferatedj soon The duke ciimo.to learti tbs cause of- the tumult. V He wan ttettling your the servo.nt, after all your kindhois I.- v -j The: duke IJDolted.'at his ijiiysterioiMJ it with h thrdiir of replied thi n "who Tor ;I man ftmtinjr Derail k that tbere vliat i noujfh of bread sod, 1 ran that they iiiijUt the bo relief ed from their ni The he heart the man pte reply of] the for the mortient hs bimsirlf anil we by, 1 took toW- thefe'ill' Wna'f my W even wthij Ihif miwhine of flenly, ai to cover them; -yet; touched thtry ino.thing.-- 1 hav.eseen bakeries and .storeh.ousts. filled. ..wi.th other .fooii and looking, men .proved 'that w'erojnot yet fiend's, fo'r 'they did tiui'strilte' dead those wh'o w'ithlu-UI: from them these provisions. Even .here have seen dogs and horses receive, the Attention denied to man. You'nsfc 'me what I want I want to know if you have kriown aught .of this; and, if so, stand yeu' herq idle yv. ho are astonished courtier.. The man out of the Mriori." "Aha, lunatic I .Iho'ught as friuch. New ;let 'me'sjiu if we have notUi for you which you hay.e not yet calling the ordered them to, take, the man tb the hospital. J3ut he .slipped from.iheir.grasp, anil was soon .but of the w.ayi the se'a- side, for there was therie less of the misery he' could'-'iDpt relieve. a .ting unonfa solitary ajid gazing far, out that his upon, the waters. eye which told' the Lii'jiariari that 'triisre1. fee uiiglvt'rneet wilb'symjpathy. ;l So ihey-sat w'bile: thn'- Bi.-a-Wjnds moaned around them, and talked of wrong and op- pression But jvhy do the people hear al! this, S" Mliin W'htf: jn iUm'r: asked "the Man; W; they; nbt'riie in their strerigihjBnd detjiand Why; they..-not stretch and lajto..it, when almost within their j. ;VVhy at least hot die; as men, rather than like v They was- th'o reply '.pf- tlus. philofipphtr.; i, Then the Mati thouglit how impossible it would be for hini 'tiJI disenchant Ihem, .liridnVsij" i' hail jjjone1 his ,he ciime. ,ta anqtKer latijl. ijirn, asy.he'.'.i ie sigheilj: and wfcn the 'phiiosojiher rone1 he unfdbed v and, flew 'thrqugjhryaribus ajori'g; Bdt- of it jiad bfardof, it ?be- ifore he crtwied the; K? Happy; land, far acroM ids waters- -a MfA'rlrl Til Kc-VA ..'i. J ._ Jt rdptton, had.no.t fourid 'H time to' generate He''yeariijiitf; for this land and one 'h; was dark with aomhra rlouds, and flight; old fpr 'iw received, I.hav.e just called a repli- ed thu: mother. ,-In .a..few, njoriicnils he came in. -He.looked teiideily SatJiia littie patients. "They dying-f-oJI'' said he. "'1'hey want every! thug they should now have; Iput first is the want of fresh, .'.The .man jitaijtcd from thu housn and ran to a street, iik.vijjiich..was the residence of an eminent philanthro- pist. His 'questionings had infrfady -led hinvto :a.'knowledge of the ,'goqd. He came to; Ihe -house..- .The master not at hiid.gqnc to his contitry-seat, and his jiiiinsioii was.vacant, 'the'ex- cefitibn of one servant who ;wni8'left to operi the windows ench day see' the cool .air breathed.ulhrough 'theijidcsertetl room.. heirlo.oked lit fhe lofty., well-ventilated and yacant Bpartments, he thoug'ht of the children w ho f were dying in ii iieighbbring waiit 'offair.' The mnrfwaa vexed. If tliis is'the happiest'spot on said hi.', "then let me gtt back lo ,lhe ,It Ayus' a lovely starlight ;night: The jrnoqn, I i ke a' sil ver.crescen t, u'ng' afar in the' blue :ether; and tlieire was one bright solitary cloud, in the blear sky; The Man lapt'ead his wings, andy bjidding farewell: lo he turned his faciirupjyardito n.bet- ,ter home.. As he pasaed.the; brig'ht cloud he he as though: in brightshadowj'lhe.'iouliines of a :human upon which an lethtrealized being ;Lbfty intellect iihd childlike imidn'esa wer.t blended in'his spiritual butilhere was a.glance ofi sprrow in (iis deep- eyes ijf not ..trials lif ieaiith. Earth'forM'poii-, but jit ftir any other Ybu Eeetned to have, returned to ;it It my tjhe spirit. receiypd tl) ere !l first dreyv the breath' of -was my (first! .ansj, though 1; know I it: is full r .-jja't.- 'at I '-leave v.iew. iii.oncit again. ii And that lit: .was. inter-- (Sri tiny I; tf ;tp-..find ell iD _ ctncrsj' m' ight hay done 'f: 'ia :itr !'hot then'.' and 1 migh t not go forth act ivel-v anioog ,my brethrtin. tiiy Tojce among r '1' And ia Ihere your hope and bElie.l'e'.lh'jre npr spirits, who are. i f earnest, an .able, as and who are'''laboring for their'brblherme'i'] But there is'ano. Iheri agent.' .vilnens and: drawing askle jffy of cloujtl, he closed .vi'plurie. Tfio night breeze genflyj- .and, in letters! of ('were written upon them such wprtts'iis'ihese r GOD hath made [of 01 e blood the eartb.V'..'> Jove thy "Thelabor.er is Wq.rtpy.of 'his :j'" All w'h'al- loever ye would tha; liien shotll'd do to Bo you eVeri so, lo With what measure.ye shull. be measu- at Ihen INDIAN LESSON OF Hxty f--ti.fi, -l aiid-' 1 apoke not l-.T Uno'w- ..nj thai, i: a thi' soon il xdvice, I'u ap- i It, nr.r.i (i.c i r i-li- i tlii-y a. t the Spirit, and there it until its >orda are embroidered hems, of their inen'ts, .eligravijd uptfjii tho bells pf their horses, and .bound'iss frjntltjla between their until'they arc im- essed'iiiiDn the :nll'rnen." iThesfiir.it railed, iliie book again in acri. al drnperjf, liiniself in tho bright cliiud.. jl; .The Slun. (lirned away, a spirit less antH ere1 'rh'orning dawned, lie ttgain from hist "-old nccu'a- tomed .with usual placid smile and none would nowi kno.v from liiii bv- that .we, 'poor .fining mor- .ereriijgrieirfid anil angered' the Man in': the 1 A i.E A.U.T IF L S KE T C II The fpllowitig 'nl'tbrn the INfiiw orU Mirror, '.o which the reniark tha( it pr jae Poeni, hand- ed to us a few by a critical friend, i as a' gein well' 'Vvorlhj preserving. It is a I commeWt' on toilsome acquisition j will1 haVo swVetness to the in- (talent. .Qne day of Shebn guvfiiSol- omon a ring, wjlh .nitfny tcore of ox'un. She. bade him ;bestovy it on tha. wisest 'of his sages. So'i Solomon ootn'niaridad his wise men to him: on the ftwt of inpon, ..They Beth- L'l.and Dan, thKcouriland Ihesphool ,ci' the prophets. ''j I ai-raycd in: the re- j giil robesj sat on the isceptre of Israel: in. hiarightliand. The.Qin.-en of Sheba sat hljn., He conirnuncied his sages io. Many opened their nioulhsi and discom'scid right Tliey ibid of 'tr'any' :The vycs nf the Queeii shijrie lifcn dropS which quiver at scnrufcioiv'jthe peach blossoma. Solomon was At.Ia.it one r.jlse of courtly itiein. He told of wpndro'iis cities in Slow the llhe'dew in Hovy it. forsiikssitlie thil.l nor.lh fot .whole leavinf; fhe cjold.mppn in- it.s He spoke of.thu jleeU.tha'l down lo.lhe told' they weave wax at Ty- goM'ia't Ophir of the twisted shell that corrieij fronlj Oro Jaj and the lirien in Egypt that the lire. '-He spoke j .of Heels; Ihejart that. makes A bird, catcher neitcJ 5-wrrow, and held it, the bird opened his j said, let me go, wlitr good can do? Jf you s -I) me, no tun'. will give you twopence lot but if r promise'to'let tin- go, I wil! giveyuti lessons bf wisdom, by wl'k-li you in.iy j make a fortune, both for and i the kutcha then, are my lessons never irretrievably gone; nurtr tii which teems improbable; am in your disappointments to tiic Grateful for so much soui! J hird-catcher opened his lianc'.and the'h py little sparrow flew oiTio ho rpr.iy neighboring tree, where, having plum-.-il her feathers with an air o' triumph: 11 Foolish quoth shi I t pearl in my crop weighing u tola Ijailui thou liilled inc how great fmcn tily Hearing t'his, tl c man brolje forth inlo loud Inmontaliori5 on hr.-i lo i and his hud :i I vented itself, the iitlle bir I exolaiimd, j "Alas alas what are my lessons worlb, when, al lirst temptation, tin u hast forpni.- i, ,L ten all Did 1 not toll never re? what west 1 not improbnbl' carry o pearl of double my own weight in my crop Did J not tell tliec- to cone, itl j ihy disappointments Ami Jute ih'iti tlni'dit hast torn thy hair, and bnwl.il so loud in thy anger, that '.he Riilhnr rouill! us. Alas! Alns cnn uxjiericncc oi ly mnbu men wise 'nt "f IT it.i' "I Vfl I an. ti. n, mi it auirr j. i- nijtli i hr iill'J II ;j t lite r urinini: 4. t 'rsort ths wli- tlit-lr !l'i th'. rnrrt'v r hid to who! T -lid. it w.j i-rnt r nun u: taV ?n tln-y irjir.ly III: 1C i-k- CIUJNESE j V An English niprcluint of the naini; D! i'i'.-nr resided in Canton nnd i '-V4; here u' sudden reverse nf fortune i :i rii'ij.'hlors. of tin- it c dwi.-l inp rf It H.'< pleasure ous tl n i him from u state of nflluencc to the nocRMsity. A. Chincsr; iiaiii-rd CHinquiijto whom he had fuuncrlv rcndi.-i.'- ed service, gratefully ofli'red him an imii.n. dinte loan of ten thousand ilollwrs, whi'ih tiie gentleman accepted, nnd gave his band j for the amount: Ibis the Chinese i in the it rrors of .-.nth a threw into the finr, saying, I ''H! c' the iced you j my, friend, first came u- C'hiha, 1 11 ;it 'nff  I-.T-'-I; ence." The -bystanders hail snutchi-d Ihe 'he ot'm.'r two n f- blind from the flames; the gc itleman w'ien di'alh si Thri bly nflecteil by such geuurosly, pressed j 'osl iiii'in -ii" .-if: an-1 h friend tojjlake the he wit-r by i eflectually destroyed it. T.ic tlisciplo n fia i.f i> h'.llo Hit'iMn' more would haw li, at put inly his the lie' is -'iV-wt "said the King, "bill let i; Ano.ther fonh, was young in His w th.usiaarn. eye liko the swatlowed uji; in'liglli is burning, in his whi-n ail othcre'are it. 'vie the works of the'grbiu'jJrie. hijiv the Cedurof Lebanon, w lien -he sun kisses its forehead, iiftSi.up a pfT.liie' fiialhvry' snow "in dove of ''Auttlmni 'to fresheiv'ilie liite talliia that glitter at' its' foot: He spoke- of tlie elephant, thp ante- lope, thejiickal, the (tagle, the imilif. He .ItnejW .tUciti. all.. ..Hej told of .the lisli that mako glail Yhii'w'sitersi the' seasons dorice arid: frolic roti'nd1 sang in 'liquid -oif ai; who irielt; the bepveiii into isoiJgB, he rqjielo the of old of the the offering ofl of the isUr's j'th'e tall hvcliler Jacob saw; He sung agaiivlof the starof crention. He.is.wifter than; .the Kj.ihgjf' to hitft .belonigs the Bui at that moment, soirie men, in hum- hills garb, lit' a: unwillingly ifong. IIS rainiant was poor; but and snow whiles; 'J he labbr was qp h'w Imnd dt it. .of trarel cpver'ed sandals. liVng and iilifery went dOiWn to h'iS gi-dle; a like a sleeping 'iisfant s unconsclbiis tin his the' lamp .that still the said the I I hftye nothing exclairtM the hp.ary kn( w cnly how ijn'wise and frait I a'irfl' 1 atr Siilompn's1 co't ntenance rdse.i this- scfptp! of Et--Sh' I :charge .--.ij-j: Then ho "My is iKyself, ;how can do of hi and hii his I ope! his aspi ing that middle sent iriy the and' Frj- iv.itjfd- (if 'knowl- rance I hare wordf'will .ice I iy all; glet-n tlionn; his. faith'. Hii >f the ..noblest en WJj tjri featiiet tb.ihirh 'Vhri1 J tit' i Jtiii' k'e ib'tveil his foee and don b. :i..' him, ths, rii snid He knp.ws himself; (e is .he wijeat. ofi inil steed oft.be.. fiwpij Confuicus, beholding the inc-eased i it occasioned, said In: would accept of 'iis brink watch, or any little valuable, as a tiiemorla'; 1 l1101 of their friendship. Thegei ilemnn iinnih- 'l dialely presented his watch, and in return, gave him un old iron atiy- ing, Take .this seal, it is one I have kiig used, and possesses nu intrii sic value, fci.il', as you are going to India to iool: after youf outstanding concerns, should ther persecute you drnSv up in me for sum of money you may nrc.l, sign it mil: your own hand, and it I., and will pay e'ntttl Manners. it "M- th.: in ,1 NEW'WAY'OR SETTLINC Take'the Oregon case. A few would have'us light ubuitt it: most would prtfer a'i> amicable adjustment by iii'gocinlion be- tween tho, parties; and should this many would have each party urge claims umpire mutually nnd then abide by his decision. Tln.'Se.last like very such is iny ,j' llltll .conlidenr.e in the. integrity mch -r.T rightly 1 believe it miRht siife-; ly relerrsd W'the-gj-nrroMly and jmitiN> j niill. frun of either. I doubt whether l.hcy could nil (lii TUr. ]'.Hntu vifis vHahlcii lo rue them. Yi hen he thus riA to Jii-rrsn was in tnliri. ho I Then ,1 ilotib.'c lli.-it liicy frii'tids nnd I tiii- i.f hiy fiiniilj liuii tu hr u'ri'iutv tnr1. j iiKMiriifullv ill. -.'ivied. i Kach of itn: twn ll.it n.' Iri- life il Iit'V '.A rn' aii-1 iru.-- tuiliy Mvi'tl, I'etiiaiii.'-f- until :iiu rii-xl dav [-.liriful ttw ihf othot was lusl.Hn.'l tl.f- of cry I ..nt Initlt wore rri.iy be hut 1'V'C 'u-nrd of linnily.. narni- not a li: Thrv hnd present be made to trusteuuii other; Inn they could, I should have fears of result. Let me quote n fact in poi.il. for Ilic stnnlial truth of which I vouchers.1 Two neighbor ihct'i Jones into a disp itc about the boundary between llieir farm's. One said il should of right run here, wl: lln the oilier insisted that it ought to run llifcrnj and irionlhn of warm, but friendly di.scius- ion, so fur Iroin making the n think aSi'iur, left them no alternative' bilt n lawsuit or d: on llin :if 'ivht-ii it M m he .t bv ihf! -Ifut e liviir.i'jlio, ntevty i M hen: il >t I s y.' iiri: l.iU! Ihrrt: f.ifjily of j! of hum ol-'rt-f iliStirri nf tike tind, nnd t'lis of lift; liijs tliu M" I'roviiN-nrf is in th.! fnct romimrnlive' t tn mnny. lurj.'.t- p.umber Tlw of Mesn-'i. ll'ntwetl and In n iiiinibr ncroM Ihr Bii{ HtiMUhi Crt-ek, a valuuhle Jess piccionst enroll, vix: tlit'ir ilun It brought uvcr the on >1ie flits hetwrrn ICIk 'W'ectt-; the thna NghleaeJ of" ltd 'bltrdl'N, rontiiHiinj; iu lo tliu or A wn.-i left in likr insiiin-r the reference. jThey were wist-enough lo solve on latter, a'rill selected fiif tihv umpire a justice of the peace at uome diatance from them. Still the matter remained fora long I'liNx- unsetlled. Bwy each ith his ofn jfrmi brought th. affairs, thev; could not find i ,mc for Rllcnil-: ing to it that would be c'onvrnient "Jai _____________.........______ them both; yet the approach uf Kema.-ialtle when.lheifcvails of thei laml were this M Troy, JN. Y'., paper ihxt qne or the other, r.mde (bum An old lady in thai city, ajjjrd veart, ceive the liicccssily of u final decision im-iblnl, a day or two nincr, fcj 
                            

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