Questions? Call (888) 845-2887 Hablamos Español

American Freeman Newspaper Archive: November 20, 1844 - Page 1

Share Page

Publication: American Freeman

Location: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Issue Date:

Get 1 more page view just for clicking

to like us on Facebook


   American Freeman (Newspaper) - November 20, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               tK M ek S: .iiffiT ER 20, ATTORNY'S At ..l t'Kis-kini 'theoriisi 'coticerhihg 'the! of- 51 inei'aliCoij.l. Joel; W. n Y s i c r A w a AN J> s u lit e'-jio N s, J'rairlovillc, 23l mniKU-i- BUKI.HP, jr. iiUS'..IJ S. CUUUlKH'k JNO.' Milwniikie, W. T. Witlcolt will Viait1 Pruiribvillc' oii the Novemhiir few The ?m a.Tfiliriil of jivh'c from a upper of thii StV'Lou-j: is iteveille. j It iji rrjora than exlriibr- ast} we hnve- ni> nmion to doubt it.: We gitje ins i.nearty. JBJI, .wpid.s of j 1 that yoy cfeditSvhat I am ahoiit tli relat.e'J'but I assurtS you: it is a Karly: morn trig Just howie, ohsping my anjl ;it urn! Solic- 'tcir's in W. 'I'..'. i soj.KMTO'itsj AND TV uur Writer A.id VVUcunnin l.lCtTOKr. IN CIlANtlBIlY, AWD CKNtiUAL AGKiS'l'S, ?1 H.W AU U 'l't> tVill attend to (he payment (itlc.'ii, iu Any pni't sif Territory. Jlffermrrs Him. ft. .DMrftatc inCon- (i. II. AfF; K. JK.fy. Kvffata; Jxtoin darmrj, J'vl- Httmt'o.; Jlfraam.Caittuii.liiiiMiix if Co. fin Vron- Mt.i.ini. i! -Trrtitlt; 53 Cettw si. itnl.JVy. .course for, n label town in abuntlaiice. however j and tratnpinp 'it for a few milte, iw-os -jl sen ted mj-felf on. tho up old .trcie, in hiy path-, rifle Till] 'into the 'holld'iv of triy' listaneci to tlie t, that .it; vegetable hat it result of crystai- Theifoinie'f theorj is ;ge'neriilly'rreeei red :by from the, ;proof I..; .Jeti-wlncb ybe-l' ing healed in, a gun- barrel. inay be reduced to 2.' It' is ofteh of a! 'i''': -H) nature. ;of.-the-wood- are-converted -of :rnOistijre, .pressure, n, wliere'i Tanibie'tfl' should' exclusion of ;air. Theij-heat is After'reaching the sjiot, Produced by 'volcanic action, either by; the volcanic contents being 'poured upon the; rrgefables, or by :the internal 13 i liar en tdegrees of'heat make different de- 'jgrees of TheBitmninous is rjiadeby jthe least, degree of heat, j Anthracite ,rtiay ibe and 'Pi'urn- from'the Anthracite. The Coal stra- itaJbr iriost patt-contain fresh water 'and tscrcstrml ..coal is probably td'mptmy' on formation. It appears to have At last, I keen deposited.in trowH waters.. It oc- i mt'IiirVcho'i'j sigliiilg'-of 'tli'e wind ,its it poi- sed th'rotigb tho foreatjlunlil 1 gan tpieei a bff- ;i.t, and obliged to consult that which goneiauy Dears lores company on isucn ex- r v-1--'." :11. perditions: At last, depesittd.m. tranvjuil, wnturs.. !t oc- iri'iniHl lo course towards.home, curs'in'regular strata wliieh, in-iiiy waiKiewngs, I.had; ma-, sand stone. C. Jt. Kfij.-. >Vn. Jan. At'.oriicy m HAKKIl. iVIilivni'Uco W. Will draw Deeds, l.rafos, fcc. ackii'iwlrdgonifitt ol'tho Kainw. mi) olteiul'to ny miles behind.. .1.was.just about this Jeterminatioft into, eflect, .when a beautiful lawn suddenly emerged'from 'the thick imd'ergrdw't'ri', ti'St very remote.from my trippingly -came (towards me... The Apalacliian- syeterni contains the .Anthracite, and .the Bjtu-. count, for.jt j.Mtrpnomers jaSponJingly. huye 'plain'; it. One 'of is ib'nt derived "-tipdn surface and be cqn- f.a shp.iii .so, that when that side is rjresented'Ao.wards ''light-procSeds 'wheronisy --when' ihe dor of apparent.....-.It.is.nhserya- ble thnt there ME periodical stars which ne- VeV "oecdrhe quite' from' the second to the regular periods. thtit the surfa.ije s.uni.iai cohered permanent s.pot.B, Jhcre.wfiil dffiicui.ty Th imagining iliat, .as Ipriis upon its5 axisi ifa us would''Iw1 pre- cisely by the porioclicitl-stars-; Lardntr. f THE soldier; mist, or hurries bn which hide riUlj; ;Thy cornmon y. ....irtjittst.'.' a tho _ The officer is he to mind- what'ojilier's'.'ire'iloiug. Thejcom- ;see' ev w ii t'er- con irii v ine iitid among them was n cei lain short lived indeed, but outrageous violence of temper 'on some occasions, and no-hing can give a better idea of his chnractc in-'this ripped miecdclc. lie had n in which into i-xecu- about him, a valet de chamber of work j f'lc Blaiichnrd, Slaving been in .the service of the 3 ja run's father, had grown grey in (he family, nd now remain- eel atlached to.it rather'as friend than :a domeslic. No indulgence was omitted .which could soften the iniirmitiuV, of s to.Blancbard, nor any commission nHJuiivii of ihe.good old.man but sr.ch ns might nf. ford him. exercise and amusement. JU once occurred thai tlv; Damn, who was :i in {lowers, n beautiful cape jesseinine it was in fdll OLD Inquisition in Ihe city of Vci.ict-, nidw! by official iiifiirniert, fetvt tri- huti.nl.-.-, b'cciuiK; oi.-e the en- ni tyranny ciVr klowit, ntiy fif. tiinlf'ii libi't-ty  ad s i; ii WHOl.HSAl.K. A. JU'- I'-All. ili'iili-rs in   longer called i-pon to fullil uiintiniieii several unti! live loue.hed hy the nxlraonlinary intelligence of, the poor (-.t'eaMji'i1. resolved la make no [iii ire atle.iiipl-i upon him with his 1 llie slightest tluty, 01 lo execute even ill' smallest commission, we shall avoid those cruel which cannot b'.it he fatal to lahhnncl reuose of both.'5 the he i see replied the baron, with bodies i 'Kars bis eyes, that you n.-e delefmin- t will h'-s ej'.t (him the purei M. W. n A n H'v A N it T ITS, WAIlK-riDOM. sv-.i (inors iif.Till mul IIONI to llie Uncut Wifstiirn-Sicrci Wnlur fidvi-t, Milsvimkic. .no less than square c it --'ra-r j (lie't. Theiiiyumi'injur'iesiinllioted by assnil- was already hurry in j.s- now i'ery am! vrry iap-jiy, that lie dues n'ol first will he t spot of the driiilc foun- A. Kf.V niniillfiiiMuivn ili-M-.riiili.nl. :ore. Milivimliio. Jl 1 HATS J'CST received, Nin'rti' -n Ciao-s -Sali leaver Ui.lH, S-.jiwtiiis.l-lsts. Hid Youths' Caps, nf uver.v l.c anil IV.niU-af 1-lals, Frin'-ir 'I Itl'ltS, OlllVV i id. ol and This mny appeiir-riothhig t'o moimiahvmen, hut Ui me, al that, onte dose a sort-olt-'mo- ral summons, lj.calli.nl rny1 aidj (the raised rny and just as the was 'rifling IVislieacl- pulled trigwer-Uliu a.KhorVbwind; aii'tl fell OH tlie top heap! My, nerj'tss rc- 1 Ibllj. almost as log, my eyes fixed on the fully; expticlinij.anoth'ijr .y.et.w.ittKiutpthe. .st-lf-commond Jt wasn't, firdi- I sd.ri of 'svipprnatural cjoiVd; I had settled focal--. Ulreel, Atilirn IK1 T. BVI. VVHl'l'ISHY Aincviniitt ix ia viv-e, JL and Die iirrangcnipiil Hie loj eom- fnrt anil convcsiu-iLOc .and the wmetintemlcnco at Mr. WMIT.VKV tlie IBM >cl coiiMi'iit Iliutllu: .Mncrn.Tinwilrr.mU with rtif lies; i- ItiiivutVir. May ;__. ....._.___ Marine Mn- LOKB or p, Mills, ties wers not 'ithemsiilves-1 1 length, f till '-gttziog in cxpeiilaliiftij more came; atidj. ..tpu.ching. .my. look my departure for home. By this timu. it Was .ii'.i-.ir'sun-down', and "be- 1 fore 1 reached i'f the woo'Jsv'tho slnult-s of evening in every OF to Insuvii- nv 1'iilr.'. on biiiMinjp Furniture, (Joods (irVonsnlsi'i port, M'lfi' nr t'rwlvicc in. Also njicm ul unit IVo'luco upon inlruiil navigation. JJ. Ori eric, JCHery .loliii'll. Kx'ni Strong. Agcnl. Wni. W. Kllsworlli, W. Clark, Ohas. Nortliiini, I I'm Kctk'gK. K. W. Watotuinn, S- It. firant. JLomuel Hunipli'.-ey, 1 made out liniilly to reach the ing, pul'inp; foot fur ..home; in a ina.nnerthati wiis a perfect coutibn tii e'vur'y thing iiv ad- vance of me, I Icl] you STEAMBOAT A nev- er iviade a joke in his' life, but enjbyuiljlth'e article1 'hugely whin 'oth- ers, oon'desceflded 'itoi piyji HS'-.the ing a.a.sccund'ihand. i-r vhich stirrounil "eveii 'iistronomers witli.' inore wonder and perplexity, I'lian tht'.'iip- peiirance" of TEM'PORARI1 Intlfieil the .views which such appearances: open to the mind, of.th.e economy universe, 'are most From lime..'to Tike this have been ex- hibilecl: a-'star mdkea its .point1 .uf'.the heivena where horis :has evei' been seen: and of ,a magvitqde and spkjntlo.r far superior! lo.lhose .pf..lhe other stars'by which iti'is.sorroutidad; It cbu- tintfes visible for some time, gradually de- clines in .seen'-again., (ho-year a'spring. i'eatKe'r goes th'c'bali of ;the" leather strikes the renders; the 'tones and .sn-eiit..; They and thumb of and thus obtain a's'tendy'-hbitfjl-wKiie they pre- veht-'disturbihj; bel'l is the lovreft G: of the. duur, an land assailed areiii'ggrayali'Ji.lbpir-wratb j when Blnnclinrd threw hi mscli before him is tbencijliric the storm and: aud'would liiivc jfiitio upon his knees hail the ea'ptarR, arid the riot.aid lustful excesses of the victorl to quench! drunkenness of wine.. 'The eccentric iji.ovenients of wnf the countermarching fll oen la-ine iowew-u: Mi- treble. clifT.-and, they .ran up -three octaves he bow slowly '-'the drit. Between not Ihu ii; he pressed the good old.man in his arms tln-y promised with "mutual tears to forget Wns and swore that nothing should ever sepa- rate Memoir of liiiron. Dr. Jieneti- r.al. with all -i. .1 Four of" them 'play tlie A'ir; the 'other. am" Uu" of.l thrtti'. play a'harmony in" ihe lowest bc- guitar-aftcom- pahirnent .toih :snng! ;They thrill aiotes ,'live.ry piece.of 'ne-. following, from Ihe Lowell Of-' .ther.e.w.as fin nppearance.jpf.this.Uind.j a _i. _-_ __ ill. 1572, .thpre. much-, rnore. re- A' star appeared .so, in'-'. .'.It' ail hbui- frdiVi i'tsfirist tieeb'rhjn'g- vi.iiftle it' had-renchod a size equal; to' thnt; .of ,a star iirst .tro.nipm.er of that day...was. 'saiii'l'posttoas of the heavens and saw not.h'- i'hg which 'was n'ot; perfJctiy-fiimilifir." .He-'retiruil' to li'is dwftf-: and. in a few.: moments some peasarits, .by .A.ny pna of them .can, .tell, in ,tai had assume.d'j stantaneously all the ho-.es that ni'fc .in be e: splendor'of a star of the first 'tixiigni-; f played 'foi- ten'' 'bars Th'e'ic "hells .tor.playsit for'llj'em the piari.ri, a liar'at as he Hopeless of. tho future, .hardened'by the scenes of whi.ch .hejis n.dpily. per-' "h'a'ps goaded- by the peasant be- comes a plundereraild asssissin.' Thii'hor-. :rible by Spanisli pea-; French-soidii'rs who fel.l jnUi; ru.vn ol" llie K knuv'ji-ii autliiiriif wn'sa of singular baslifiiliit.-ss. ill' tlie uuth ol this stali'iiu-rn, J nei-u only; stale iliut lii.-; i-ncrtship yeaj'S- years am! n half 'y. nnililhi! Her. had jfttl no :er thjin lie had been I'm- tir.vt r.iic 'llji.s slate (.1 inl'il'- Ic a jiicp1 in .'i ..I va i ice niu'sl fce inmfe, Mr. Jjr.ni his BWl fill' C'l'l rail forilho fli'id. "-1' Janet, saljane in .Milt-ma tu-qt ina'r, u'y.i; think "iii f1 h th-i Pve K-I-'IT fjnlli.'ii :i kiss yet j I lake one, ma honnie --uric-rrilo'-1 to: i. I their cotisequen-j it-bey, learhvit thp; ear. But; nature.xand, .so; perfect; ;in this, mnt-ter, .that one ot.lhern cannioi .ring1 a false noiie, without instantly dc- tetit'eil'.'Hy'all the ''othifri. -cbrre'c'l1 are their that --O'- :them. ban be meiiipry, is as t'he sp the .north rircr, he two. laj ies He werit out and fo'und it was so 'h'avti't'o Jupiter in i Conuor, JAMES JJilwanltic, I. 18-l-V IIALK'S BOOKBINDEI I, I, kimlHof Blank lliileil itndinnn- afae etiircd to order, n.iid in 'nsnnriior style. in'.ituh JlA.i.on hnnil n Inr'gcnnil nssoi-tment o J.AW. MEmCAti. CKtLANRQUri, nO.DKS, Knglisli ond Aniftricftii and kwituji board, Ink. Alto, njiaoriiatuit of HVcutcn- holtt.c. am] Voit. Card 1'ockfti boarda Knglnh (lormitn'   linVt Soliool Pariiculiir nituntiun given.ii> furriinliiii'i; Puflic Libraries. Milwuukie. Aug. 1B43, conHtanily OKI ilmndal KiMBJiijV vt Slp.ro er Street Wont WurJ, Blil.waukic. March 20, ccssuntly calling uhoh St'hat indispbhstvble, 'thii "I called.one, in a .smjotheteet votco 'is intenso suilering, and' open ;this .1 The.. Nvindjo.w was ojiened but directly -t'lie other laiiy exclaiiriijd.: "i nnd shut ;or ffiitll' This, too, was. the." der was ,the in. the this contiiiued.un-l til thingsi bc'gn'ri to' jseribtis'; a.fatt puor steward tio'rrinVuiVctid turning very'I'e'd: for a'long brigh arid was t that seen IP the, day in tht: presenfte of llie suti. lt..cqntinued .thas for. .nbpuV t yearsi' wbv'n J if disappeared, hae tiewli since! :beishf Visible. ;J 'There 'a're'seV-' _...... eral iiMtancesV not 'quite 'sp vemarkribrevas- i.pccurred iti' u-.1 .'sUnil'ur in heaven's they are'sus rapidity .-printers: take, u'j) jtheir, Sometimes! a bell, is. tt'tj. one ;e.nd needed oth- :er extremity 'they.: never ,'ferget to ces of war. The families of the tjppcr; classes are theidiscipline-of .the) rimcher or 'Jean Pau! .THE .WASTED KJ.OWrUS. On the velvet tiank jov Wiilkp-, on her way ID N. 6iU live iiiiles fce.ltiw Js'esv lu'sonsi'i'h, (no- il niidille of tin- strcafu to rc- bltle diunriije hapjif to the M'pUst the i-fnter iii it ll-vv, the Imi'.Rr.-i, thrne irt siliiiuluiu'eou.sly cxplndijd willi ills violi-'nvi', and must ilcslruc-tivi-e'liicl.1 Tic' explosion way (mil dial, par! dl' ihe boat boilers was llU.wli inlo a tlifiu.-'iiiiil U. Gtipher, waijabdUl i'tHI yiin.M ilislaili nl ilio tiinr. thj c-xplosiy'i'-. C-i niiiibiiin was im- llatuly oJi the, sj'il, lliosr in til'. )waler, --iind' wlilh i'.is crew render- I'll, 1 the in puwe-.-. Me ibc Jjiusy i :'i (he middle, of- le such war nf ;hf i-'x; pans i.if tin- t'0'li-r.i cif tliion-n ciji Just ftl'U-r tbr lli'-i air. titlivl willr. is ami l.iiiliaii rn.iti vvtis i.luivti up.lil'iy nm! -ilh forci! BS lo Klilifely thru' Anullirr. wan i-iil entirely in wojby a-pii.'cu "f boilvr: -it'MnsBuSt, in Kmrii'o, mi the rJOlri bit..- eac'tt 'delivered nf'n oitbin r .-1. i. "l'i. i. -LI minbtcs of iithi-r. Th put ill.- mfthMTt tore wns the nneta UilitV'to andiwhich ikd   

From 1607 To The Present

Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!

Growing Every Second

Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.

Genealogy Made Simple

Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!

Choose the Membership Plan that is right for you!

Unlimited 6 Month

$99.95 (45% Savings!)

Unlimited page views for 6 months Learn More

Unlimited Monthly

$29.95

Unlimited page views for 1 month Learn More

Introductory

$9.95

25 page views for 1 month Learn More

Subscribe or Cancel Anytime by calling 888-845-2887

24 hours a day Monday-Saturday

Take advantage of our Introductory Membership offer and become a member for 1 month only for $9.95!

Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!

Your Membership Includes:
  • 25 page views for 1 month
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a Monthly Membership only for $29.95
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!
Subscribe for a 6 Month Membership only for $99.95
Best Value! Save -45%
Your Membership Includes:
  • Unlimited Page Views
  • Access to Over 130 million Newspaper Pages
  • Ability to View, Save, and Print
  • Articles featuring over 100 million people
  • Full Access To All Content including 10 Foreign Countries
  • Weekly Search Alerts - We search for you!
  • & Many More Features!

What our Customers Say:

"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.

"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.

"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.

Search Billions of Newspaper Articles 130 Million+ Pages and More Added Weekly!

Uncover 400+ Years
of Newspaper Archives
(1607 to today!)

Browse by Date

Research Newspaper Articles from 11 Countries
& all 50 U.S. States

Browse by Location

Explore 6,200+ Current &
Historical Newspaper Titles
and Counting!

Browse by Publication