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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - November 27, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               ATTORNEY.' COU.VSJU.I.OR AT A.NT) KHANCKBY. J> 11 y a i c J A. N s "A N s u it G EONS, W. T., Slept 23, wiiq liiM noVKnT jr. W-.T. Wolaa.il will-fisit'-Prairifcvilli'on tho 25th of NovtinhtM' ilays. ah-l 'Cuunsollora ;at- Law unit Solic- tors in O'-iar-.rcr-y Milwankio, W. T. AND W.T. ATTORNEY'S, Office north. uoriicr Water ai'itt Wisconsin' -A. A; llolliduy, ATTOBMlfi! AT LAW, EO- UC.STCMtS IN -CHANCERY, AND GEN eK Al, LAN l> AGENTS, X .'IV, T. t. attend to the; collection of dom taxcrt'.iind ofland of the Territory. t in part grf.as, .Doty, jtaihson, W. T., 11. if'iiifcf'r aii'lJ. Aer; R. H. fi'icAs; Fi'-t- nurACv. vV {'w. Tirbtll; 219 Jnf..' no2lg a..'A' 53 uici 6'. Talh'Jni, JS ter JAMES S. BAKE IV, 1 Atiornpi ai 'MiUvni'Iiri' Vvr: 'M'JL Will 'PiMM; Jlonda'. c l.tiu -miniCi and was an Vf- fi'ci'ir of'ihe'ar'my.and htl withj only' child, 'alitlla; boy' of'ilre'yearraf-age-, and a Njewfoundlabdr  ea after a biscuit, or nnvthing else that might be thrown j But was the p'.f. boy .was a.rnerrjjj little nndI of; 13obby Bo'pby ..wasr'yf .biiji.i, 'Jfh'ey iiiafce.aji line noise'..'.in..'jhe'iridr.oll .gamei of play Rolling Vacli other- like a cotifilB of..young And though thujjiitle fomrtimes i.n ,his: frolics, unt) hit, him, pn aqi.l back, yet Bobby was'atwajs'gentl The ..voyage'.Jja.d it, uii.lil.vi.thin. Gupe Good Jcllppe'. Ey.eriirigiwns injj dark c lob us, that the Jij.sfc commenced, ly Tjie, itight .w.ajcjb'jqfj the .ship bail becn'sot.; nni -the' >vinci Bad riseV'sO :heat All b'oBrd :itie ship' were ey ejiji f' wliea :the up a uiJu'd shrill fli vi ate.r. Ey.ery body he bail got .tbeciramp bnt oh flash if likfei closi jpujidcj, from, boats- to; .and frpni.ibrp in' otje. llolid'cry..' i-dog.f' v Tliat ga'Jle-y of' bo wonder f it i It; ir'et.v was'diiver' more ony was established: upon tlia wcitern! crew'. of; the; ipole, than any succetiding still fotvan.' Inslanl: ilia Wei) reslijig upon thi-ir oars, na if in another in'staiit, onje, of-the t boats was to be seen r ii. --r "j K" i fp h; puttijng with ;-''1'-y PoorBobliy right fliulleftyrww ing, ns if eVe.- ryinow and and e gave- Upon i-1 i -A ;tl 7; the .hills, ihey., beheld ...a vast ailid j of' unduilati forrhed grotesgue They safenoi far! froni1 !lion. v i grotesque shapes; -JBh'ey a the shore, the figure of an .icy veifselVf.w.ith. a gUltering ..in ijjjacnof., a lrju, it.. dtligl t i Helds. lough perli'npii, eorh in his l ful scenery own. .'With a prufirielj that none can ieol. But whit, with d nl inspired, Oftnliit'to nftuvoiii on unpriniu'inptiinua cyv. irnilin'g jay! thorn all." .WHAT STAT: ij; hi which the S( cuituril, product and popiiiution. piobldin to sol'1 'when raeV" tiehel'l.'j V-. ?.T .--.-t 'that the 's'li i pi! was, saUF Fiis I. t Tjiie. tfr anil Sl of thu ntm a, tin', i bills ol .c prniiiiiiso'ry vACi'.ftpt'MvVp will osniniiM- ft-cmMs 1 iht'nrn-ulinii-to in any ym't uf.llie Ji. He can always lininil ijfliyc of near the Court lUmjf 1'IN K K AST MAN, IViN. _ AIVI> r.ANu (Viinr.v HAY, -r: vasi J. Bi. hoy andj'thi; dogjivtjr.e., rotnplng ori.a .sudden! the ship gave a" roll, an3 Ih overboard splashlinlq. the hail by becptrje so J master i turn h'isj back; the The poor dog swam and with n.skillani) the'iineVjual cdrifest'j' tfc'nt ;But if was -evident! that-, his. streuglh wals'i -hi'lj out 'l L- "vni- jjni1" S. 1'ielil's .IcwtlirT ulioji, tif lVi P II Y SI ij 1 A At tho Siir.-, Wl Ilirni-ilii Siilti niiil UPIILM- liunllu-r, anil fli.r nl Spring Sfj. HI J.libl.V J'l'UN fc CO., i Dry -S ITI I G K O ijitn .1. 1.. Ward's, null Wnu-.r !i, [lur.lwnre, CiM.-kcry, I'liinH. Oiln. Dye. :if nnil Two north lit' I'WInv's. next iv thr breat Western Stoir; Walcr St.foct, WiiwaHlnc. Koliraary _ _ _ _______ ________ A. EL.Y every (Icsnripijiin. MiUvtiiUi.''. .aii'l "I I.iiilinsron'H ..April Wimble's objects yards A'general; cry, of. jiaqd 1 ;J'J over was by. ilefik j who.saw. Ih'j-boyU'alLi Uue-fi por) jVci ran, ti'eavitig down. coop that was fourid lying by Ih.B. caps.ta.n, vvhile the ofl'icprof out, Briijp; lite to In ''ithii' 'rioat'1 w'ere liis il :-whcsB -life1 the bad; Tho was Kcarcejy. given'., w.hcr. Bobby, now for the .child, (j.iye a bark, ,a.nd what, l.ift'r t-iiil like, ii shot ;..Kiul the. and, tho buy's parents, .vvUh ..the. who liail.cornel ijf. tho .outcry, saw., thp.dog swininiing nyi-ay.ljke a'niadcreature. cjirn.'lioii of lhu.sj.rrn., It was loo '.dark to distin.diy, 'ho.we.vcr he. dtwr, .itijy ijt'rceiye iiiiirK fin ;an.il; bacl: the jns be" rcisii" every "iriinute. io the surface of .iiieji pursiniig iryiiVg' to- g iltnv.': 'lihe ;wttii tu.savo -i.s just its lie nnji Ki'hr the'.masVef'.caU biitj "Hu'r1'1, Bo'oMVerr-1." bri nnd'.-'npehedi his'-hnrriil: Bobby ..t, .lfiB.li.ttUi .'1'iBii'tV of save jifce-idogj a hhhdspikfc that' hi; tlie'ra'v- BtiMtiie in. .-suuh a.; fltirryj.fro'm i shark, and liio; spike.IVjl into tbe I At liii's iiiirur'u..itii! ctiiiy scrramed iiloiid 11 oP iQif anJ wiijji arms, Iflttning agsinill. the V'U and Rauje.' illhlyf the lOf -Eript. t irij hja 'cr'e.w 'i-wid i alien 'arpurid ''''''''1'' ..i fl.eitt.hid covqrecf figure witli pn'.Jcjr lort- livedlglah'ce'olt'ff .Green'a'rid sun .hail not ach- The1' Dines fa'fee the :Trjey.knem n.pt...but iiiight, pis They kneeled upon ifie deck and. inuttered ''_-J. Li'-'ieL v.i _-A! :i j.'tl- ..-T.lwjfo.llowingjdp.pumpntflinBnsfed.'frorn- the J-lousi! of cj----- se'ssiiihs "in1 Pu'ilii.deipKia nltimo i -A ish- ops, in ..General Conventiun Bight 'Doctor having'! acUndiwledged'ihitiiBeif the .cause; ofs. injury and ;cppro.ach to ttud himself .to tlis.-jiiijmen.t of. the. a-.ul thsndimly.niiiwarngain-alnive.wiiiUTjwi'l'li ,-indrsorrow; and snntoh 'Ii -'poor Si'.liby, save vr, too dusky, for'any. body deck W bo and; eywy -body .-Jbpuglat .poor Bpb.by, sure .what :it iwaaiiliaV really saw. I .was .the .Juther; .of, dog was. now out of nothing eyc.r.'sincc wus visib'c but llto.-surfactt.-ofdhijl.w.a-lrr.: K'im slitjl lit''ii been' watching .The mother .covered. luTi.ey.es -w.-ivh .h'cr! ''W ''be' pr'opcr-'opp'or'l'uri-il-y to. savjrih'e hands, and to .lookifiuti firnrfu! j lailhti! 'jqg.'firi' levelled Ifsl-.shc.Mhould ll'ie.corpse-.of.'.hcr ijar-- .will) be shpllhe. cru.el ling'cbilj floalinjlpn Ihs .iha aitd splMite.r.ed fiilhcr, liiifnd jaws 'lli'a't' jelly tot, nil-, haute had Iv'our poor B'o'liby.- 'The-sbartMiilr? tha Iwt.-n rea'dyiv'thathe sparr.no J.ea'-bfc'a'itK.' tiitjtwl -with'tilouil, and tho fa.; vffiirt to recover bls.beloved Jbe- It was bufnre the j.olly- out bisi.firnjs, dog bt-at. could be.-.lowered -mannifd, .the I cd.with..faligue and terr.or; into the, boat, MOST 1 the curiisity to know raises the 'most agri- nccording to its terrilory This would b'ip.a'.difiicul t but'Mr. Ellsworth, iti Js' the -aggregate of many raised in the several regard ,to sijse or. popula- We he? will be enalileu, somei iliint, the'correct pr'aprjrtiona! ,'ambunt Slate, so that :we may knjuv wiiura griculturs, banner should: i M agricultural; s'tatistics.as I Warner'shell duly acknowledged, inust b'e'v'erji' t'iat cannon from thti a. ycusel called the John O'Gwini, Brighton, which .in link by agency, tlip secret bi" which he to wll to the government, bascrealt. i than.orditmry inlet tit. Asa the sudden and unaccountable Jot ot-linn of the ship, in the presence of thousand was at once noW ard theatrical. Numerous been j was nl" l Mtlirli lit? rot HIM. tlif of III tn ir CO utrv tirfijur iif r J A iht e> the means by which theresi. produced. The probable in, Obi Ihe imtrumcnta of dcslruclion were .oaded with magneticshi'llsj rendered buoyant by cp'rir, which, attracted by the Ib'e ship, would' sufficient'force and i friction to explode the detonating 'maleri- ....m i-n-h .1, 'ajor: i.-r the (iiiditioii wa> rri-air1 tlvi! (.'uruiJ'Umi .St.-itr.s no in b ilii-rt'bf. i-.ica: tniu In Punch !y predicli, on suc- cess invisible shell, n terrible iri Ihe'world's ma ket of all gun heroes. The "gre.it god, Mars Mis--lf, will not have nothi left but street; he must gi up wholwupt rar for an honest livelihood- of lite ty i bor IMI_" Adm'tl d n f aim t, >a ;act harestilla weak lucifer Matches. As (1 lona, it will be well with her if no] then can get a.ilay'i charing, has had a dream, v hich "was not all dream." The dcslrucliva power of tin if HlSti" Bel. nrul 'uncl1., linn r.j rvow arises .j I r'orh1 1st: ofithe 'farmers: themselves they do ihfr Ht wtucb i t 're- rvoi beehives." Hurrah. shell, from whii-h- pence may be hatched, to Ibu true tiess of man-und the best glory of dnr not iiji yond truth ih ,r f trt NAMES or THE MONTHS.- from certain ohiu-cls -Tbpy lire c if worship. Ohio raJseci NB.WJ wli'eiii, York rniwsl oais, PeniisylYnnin nipst rye, Ponnsylvania, tile buck New: York ihc hi nuliit just liort to. ;men rowed with their rrclion they lind thtvd.og The darkncHs hat! si> much iktsi begun .-to; give up the child; as lost. mlgrejit misery .fiend of tbrougbithe .theidi- i bi'Tcirii wli'o was iVot quite d J' surface of th'e1 sad, auhnHttnu .himselt .to th.ij-jiijSginent; of. the. HoYisij! of in Cierieial ConyecUon. assemblo.d'i the' 's'aiy "ftouse'! does :.j adjudge, k, Doctor iuj Divinity, be Bmjpijndsd; 1. public functions of sacred ministry, 'and. ia particular "frony all exercises' whatsoever of th'iji-'office ihni! Bishop iri tlie Oburiiih. of, God ani-idotjs soi suBpe.pd the Doctdr. in an.'.'deciarc, him., sus i t-.'i, ni ier population, a iiost wobll rinm the rnos.t flu.: rgifl tlic''mos't .-jstr ipnnccticut the .11105: -tiik gloojni, ily to every, suundii. CAPS. hear rv-..splash, OST rccoiv'.il. Satin nritl said he, Dm-ivrt-Hat.i, Uats, Grnt's be pulled ment the faithful Jliobby .child, i.n .iiioutbj was of !'''hurra i tbe.sh'arlc is kilhd': ami Yoii'.U's' of '1'al'inl'oar IIMa, Fririich iTraveili Belts; ai.ll olMr fjhcyiartieles. Oppostto Uewv.y's Blo.cl j. Milwaiilcii', May .15, 1 Ups rwi lit.................... Jt 'anil-ih'e 'firtMastii'-'iiiit oliho-rooirm for com- fort anil convonirij-cn ijnilor the Ml'- IH'.CNKV the fi-cri-onartcnV'tlia't llw: AiTici-ican. will rank with Hiiiiscsi of tli'e West. OK HART HO CONNECTlUli'ln ilnsiiri't .against l.ojtt. J 1) (in wi j-urnitiirc .'-.Goods Vessel's ih' port, vi i'fodacc' in r.'itt. wills, A'i'so upon 'Mcrchnn- d j rt'to. t hi; .Mint. ohlld ijB nrmsj; and, t'liey lions (i'f llie said ministry, ercisE whatsoever and.Work of n'Bishiip ;Ch'urcri'bif God the the Fatherj'and'of the Sbhiiahdof the Holy Amen.-. f. the'United Stai else., ren! and. and .satisfaction, io- the, worliJ, and September, October nnd: Movembi-r, 'WlioKite dhtangU'ii-in- J i.-'TTv7 i Taltc Ihpir last.lpi.k. .While.lull pr i bales ;ibbul x" o-n'rihiS -VUrtiii" .Irost, !tlie' Jong'ioiig'nijilt, inBuiiiberb'd o'er 'tiic'ii- shipfied'-iH thui.6.thi Chas. L: Nortt'ini, ,W. Henry Watennitn, S- B. Grant, J5. W. l :John to. i sh.2 saw .that; go.ne; ,of his ijntb. Sql-safe oil: jtbc Iliankingilihp for ,tb.e rcrn.edy w.ns ship, Bobby, al'ter.hu had jibe. waWr nhaggy: that the doclpjr.of i'F.zra Wi'Ci.AKK, Frts'l. Win.-Connor, .i AM US K.JJAKER, Agent., wauk i e, Ji tie l.'TS-l-I- 11AU3'S.BOOK .BINDERY. 4Ui niul mnn- toonjer, and. in ...asujmripr Piiriodictilsi iStc., bound'to nmtuh'tiny I'-.- ___ stood, till' be nble -Braye body, when the.boy :iiappy litlje fore all, 'chiid> -life unrt w.as riotn ,cd the dog.ana father child, andi wrll did .Bpbby. '1 His; on lurijissud p LAW, TIIKOtOGJCA'j MIS-, US, ivnd SCHOOL BOOKS, 1 eritl Vtmmjt linurd, Ki.ntinijtand W.iiiing. Ink. Alto, Inrfie asHftrlaient of .'Kognruj'-Craokta, Wwltin- iVIolh -imsf eWR CVTLEilY; Tort- fiHion, Caul CiiMf hookt, Gnmmon boirdi Knsliih nrtd (Jernnir Tcyi, ltd. Whicfi oo.tbo mostreiinurtab.lc A liberal ij'n. oaunt in mill School Teaehcn.- Public and priraiB'UbmW V .-'MifwiibliV Aug. IH43. At'-the.Ca'pe1 iwmmer' o'cea wciride re. no more ore ate 'jias a1 ihauij'nn'j "Bon's! of t'h'e by :i Ihe on vipoii ty (Liang- .i.. at.'Jeii etb, .Eric and haTitig nianuud them cbngenitir clmiaie. They Mte'd; .Vwil many a gallant .Vessel o-i 'and .but; r' Airiericaii: Wool wt're it ony eeceSj and, taken at Gbci .'Tlier'e' is ho particle cr'tfasing fast iv'ell Ohioj, 'Miciiijanj.'jn'diana anci jllinpis. Twenty yeats riga'ibeie wasi'a gow' deal of frorh Duchess hdwevier, our niariUri tiaye.riot of our'owB" a.Jargii! quantity, of tKe opening -flf llbe) Obiha T'bilji'-uccbunis.'iii so'irie ''itVeasure for the rise'injf pi ices'all T7j oject js in :f ,i li-, J build four iron rtiyage wpulid. ii js: two. llL''-''u-rii'i-- in sjx. js: two. bf "ihaVe.'beard, ''of'some wFien'5 (hie nrniecli u uimentihnWiJ; to him. out dawn proje'c w M him, :p arid' sii -The Las ...to> ocbnibtiyesj been thai no shall ..dorn'-ttiit been ta ght at itiri: b' say, in 'that xiosti polfttoes in propor- that- ,Ver- hayrin p'ropiiiilioB to Sunday from tbn Sun; Monday thu1 Moon; Tusico, the snnic with the IJ'.iuia.i Mars, gave name to Tuesday Wednesday from Woden, their battle; Thurs- day from Furnm-s, ll.e s.iiiie with the ish T.hor, the god of winds and weather Friday from Friga, o Venus, who was sometimes 'worshipped a n Til'1 .vilVi- Isk-1 clrtini. a-- thr Hammond wc'.i I ui' Shvlu-.-k ;iml fiircnl liy tin' if at >-'.l .1 fin .-rtft li it- if r f n. months, from some of their divinities or t'iriperors, namely': January from who was ri'p resen with two faces, imr .1' we know she clips the Jcar. towards the old trained by Ko- Him nnn ihb mhsi t C'ongi iber.pl. to ugur, t wine, .w.onld i.ird.er.a census ''37, -gal. be', wise .and lit fatten' every five years, the' pi lOpto' "would be :nough to1 give i what they liadipri of .jissessorjOr ;tasi Ajfeir'reliir'n oj ;b a table Tor refer.! ile, and'w'buM dq with" a Thucb. mo mulus, from Febnsa, the mother of March from. .Mars, I he pod of war. from Aperio, a Latin iword, signifyirij' lo open the year or bins-sort) May frum iUaia, tho, inulbcr of Mercury.; June from juno, the wife of Jupiter; Ju'y was namf.d Mark Anthony, in hunor of Julius Ctuuar, a celebrated -Rornan Aiiguat from tus Caesar, a Komat Kmjieror; Septem- ber. from .Scpleni, thi: seventh innnth .if tho Koman October from Octo, eighth nioDth Novtiinber from the ninth month Di cettiher from the tenth month of the Roman ycnr. .The cuinnivnced tbvir yeitf. in. L rral a 1'Vii-ii.l ;r (.A-.uuty, a i-trnnfrr rirj o ml.) i 'it ri-int.'d visit to Or-.-.r Somi: (lint coui'.ly, MI xvin'.i; that tvu.i i pec I'd of having .my Afrnn: l.ujo veins. After t married n v.'hii': to and M as (V.iirlly CI'MTJforts of (lolns's'iC life, characliT of an hiinra'. i'-mi when nld ol bi< in tlie acluci.l amiiuiit of laced; without any if direct or indfriit. iuch Hlatislics made in- bri rtio're'lo'raise'llid''credit Mfre'', and.conscrjue illy December i 3.abroad, than Anything tha .-laviioC ii.fonna'.ion tile wbili1 f.irn-.i'rlj' a him, c to i-.f Uu- i, twcuf n in i'f tin- i'- to t: i; t i! t fi 'i'vi-il iiir k-ooxv our be the tenth month S.ut wec-omtnvncc i he year in January, and then December be the twelfth, or las. month in Ihe v 'i a poiireffulj nnd at the of being part o! ll i tliwir di.i'.xilici'.l ac kriOM- liisl we '.til Indiana libi-itv tl.c ail'! U-  rion-iraped ii) ;viir..i.- il'-i-dj. of Nortlv'.w coniivioti rotjrtry ill'? This you ran b; y fr.i itifl'ii tongue' of shall I until the last armed rian has dofcrteil., nr fallen in co.nllict.-' If Ihey] use wnistba.ids to their out in the. west-, this editor might he JiliK: to burst three or four of tiivtii. from vrry nv-n, ami friends rf fn- .fiiirc'.'fil ii. brrrS rjinny liin'. n U'. I'll'ClinR' its in civil or ho Tend tbi! ion, if) o -ri'il I I lit O. ll-.f y.u V. iih ititU 1" o-ir il ry rat n- if The, majority in favor of. the sale of ll line of the Cnnal.' The total ,'uleuf the recent election, e; an .incrfasir over the vote of .3840: 'Aii b'iti coquulle is liUe a 'row bus'.! i winter (he flowefs mid' twin fallen of, Ihe beauty awl fragrance guii left but the thorns. tbtit two bundrrd itwn, WOUIU aiid children of thr M'iriiion faith wer.i H ;thp iutileijiesit few .new tin nunuh of Bind; mill cur n-Miiinnl Libi-r'.y n.'-i rrty's M.lti1. UU'.I rvl-IV v vnv (in t'hr 11 tin flC'l th'n t vi-rv kind ry nlhi-r S'I'AV'KHV' DMiri In- ...f i; I an! K iri.li. 1 and are sijon to be followed by T Tit'I'll l l-i   

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