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   Milwaukee Sentinel And Gazette (Newspaper) - November 22, 1850, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               7 SKNTINKL AND QAZBTTR MILWAl'KKK: r'lUDAY HORNlVu NOV. I raitor. mmm mra. WATSON. Our fritnttn will obtitje in Htrir IHM0A A, rout, H'ULOCB r. H. Ai ftrtftiy to a vf thi to Tha rulluwinK Hit of III" Mil Itlynwn iw> wn bvlicve, vny nfnrly rnrn 1 'Hi. Hwnlan (Vein Ihc cxU mmbcml ware tflMlfl Ihltyrnr-. Ihu vrre eWfltnl llt ttvumle. UwV.v O D.O.Moor..' U.A. Wriuhl John A. bulmitii. l.nri Jata H. Suiiwl ct. But Willum KilUnbuuw B Ut'tn C I Xy _ I'ltlmi 0. H Ouvcrnui antl I'rcnident t S W WHO Whip, IF 8, 14 Bin) trtileruinmont CM.ieir.IT lo nlg.it. at On- now IlalUrthoMuelcalSircluty in Hlnck, II cannot fail tu bu n vury jilvw-HHt nml atfcir. Uall moel ulegantom. apiwioae in tho Ihe mu MC will Iw of (hit very bannlneertptiun. (lanciiuf H4 variotm the tlt-turent tiutmt nnd low. of IKo Kue-tri miiy mil fur. Tbo IM that in tlieir power will be done to eiwuw cumploto of TlU WKW I'LANIHt, by n day or found Mr. llu i w'ft new machine hard at work, under a full ct Nluniu from thn twgiiiu connucliul wilh Hwnel'4 Matumoth Warehouie, Hint tearingnffthv 'rum (ltld bjniber a very rapid A lot of tiding wae rumnntf through nt the time at tlw of GOOD foul par hour, tho kuivei work with purFBCtaccncMy. giving it unil nvtinn.rf.tc0, and giviitg two mea abundant niuptnyinvit in keeping otit nf llw wuy. It in wti.l wurtli a viwt Trani thu curiout it niatUiiV, ami what n ul More iiup-ttauco ,ho pruprivlor, ll tcrrilurf anil oil llw tlion of of WJMtMiiMil, borrlvruiir nil I.uku Mtohlgiin, lyiaK wxillijor tliu of liorlh lAlitiulo, hcrulufore einlirai m Kor Doty Hobart 170. For Snyder Howe 800, Brown 125 McOonnick (1. (Kur HiKnlui Huluiuon 161 Kimhe 216, Diirgm 61. For County IlamUlon 2S1 Hanaun Vut Malrane 220; Sprague I'rpjluil CitixtnJ'in a recent nunilMT of tin Wieconiin mnkn tlio inquiry whrlhur it it the intention ef our worthy Qi.vt'in- M tu njijniint dny nf If wu IVL' would ti'll, Argun. 1'J. Thii in the iBlHut intelligflnce frum Ibu fbtcnt of on llw aubject of Thankagivmn- riirlmut our wiirlhy (lorernor h waiting to henr tlic rrajillof the election far U. 9 Minator, noil winter, befurn lie upnn haring nny 1ST We emirael id. Alhnny Mlm UM> ol aendiiw cortinr ilono to ni coMtribnlloo H> tlie Wnduuf Ion an thoy bare m> further UM for it u. thv Stale of New VdUy tiuz hit." Tlw ilona" in wai tho Wilmot J'rovlao" whicb Ibd Now Vcirk Barnbnrnera throw ofMbonrd when thoy joined Iho Tue remit of tin elut-tton provttd lhat in Union" tltera war 1 f the of lu uontnimid willi suu of WIHMI- Kin IM, HlifJ Rre hurvhy rontfUillarl a cotlrr-- tinn In IM rnllfil ilwlrict of HUwmikiHl ami Ihn port i.fsulry for rni.1 ilniricl i> a, (1 rtti. tiny anil i.f .ttlivory ciuty. Ami (own nf V. 111 ti.ghn in thn BlfiU la cnllt'Clion  ir haimunr with the ipirit of llm Un 10 nccted fix hia yt-ucni Domocmlic character, but hts vinwf UJIIMI th ttioat exritiug topics the day, Jin not ua muc it. Hceordunco with the nt thn purLy, n tliu viewrt jluiiton, amlulhuiH. Under LhuBo would it nut bu well for tuir lu bring out crat wlMwo VJHWH arc ut hi.rmuny wiili tho mnu of thu juirty kere HH lliuir choico in ttie ui'xi Theru cun bu litdtt ilonlit tlittt mrh n initvo Ihe jmrty, nn jl would from tlio they now fuol thtit tlm in 1HG2 nn- tu givi their ID ono wlio U if fern from thmii ui theio The Witeoiuin luul Corn jntnlal, wbleh (Mtu botrilled at tho hnre Hle.i ol u lo (bin Datricl betwoen the und Free flatkejejt aiiam In be overjoyed at thn retailor Oonlltion" botweuii the Fieu Rulers ami Ponoa hi Maatmihueettr. 1 he Wiemurii, let Might, ion. against Ihe Abolllioniata awl ihinka Ihnl Mr. HintMa forcible man) would lio un onnnunl to any Legislative bodr." Tin IViKauiin. hiM "gmio about" again since olecUoo, and l> now on u Free Soil" taik Trii RKHH Thau sliall not deliisr unto hie matter the nervant wh.. escaped from tie nunUr unto Ihw; ahall dwell wilh tli.e. ever) aajOBf hi tlm plan when he ak.ill In one of tin, where il lit, ih him bent i tVinu nlmlt uui him. Dtutim- tr-y Hill. It >ti Tbte It published s> the Uut W.ukeJm crrt, without dlocwt, or protest. Kere Is a lla- grwt ireaaou" umlei ihe Of ihu t'wnwrr ,ai mud Vfiswiwiit, ami lu the ranlu, of Uuir narlj 1 Vfnj don't these asri faiih l.il aentuwle Un alarm f Uow u it, (h.t they remain sllsnl when awh eediihxit and ti.a nonoble- eeolUueiU are uttured hi thsir _____ UtnuuiOail By Ihe following from llw Defcoil AtkurUnr. it witl be Hen thai Mr. pntpceie of being returned lo Ibe are wl very tattering Orw, If not both, of tbe new Hsealofl In tho !U kxoAco ta llwwe. frsen HilUdale aad Lena- wee, ens' oww Iwo of ikoee. fiaai Honne, an to be K> MrOlelkinil ter U. 3. So- Weeleru ami Horlhweat. urn meatben, rhr fti'J western and eune ol Vetlbno menbere bi a AX Warn that un Wnrmer's Operalio troupe of Ethiopian .Minxlrele will give their Concerts in IhisCitT, on Monday, Tuesday and Wedaetday evening, of next Ocuu N. Y. Kxpretn re- that Aiinn Buy, being tiled whelhtr Iw spoke lhat "he had not bnnon spnaking lornw with lhat language alaee llio sur- reniler of the brnve compaittonaof tlTTliu Commercial Ailvertiitr wsolalo k.i'iw" if the Durkee tpread anewen nil uur It anawerod a very good purprwe'' al eleotion.to wit covering up old Hunkeriera." Itsothrr viiliiiw will no doubt develope them- selves in good time. The Whig Slate Ocmvealiwi as eomtiled at Ftarlford, on Ibe ISIb inei, tint nomi niloil UM following ticket For S, Foster, of Nor- wich. For Lieut. Kendrick, of We lerbury. For Sceretary-Iloger H. Hills, of New Hart ford. For Olark, of Coventry, For bMall Strong, of Milford. OomiHWilOHAL follnwiiix in the alfiviiit return in thu Dutroit dii- trkt. The of thu people wilh re- gard lu Clen. Out' Mr. Buei, empha- tic: ruimtWi tiuot- PiHinlirimi. HT 7U maj Wayne, Moiinc, WaHhlenaw" 177 181 1983 IM PeDnhnan'e maj. only _ Nimus WlLUAM PtAMMBUAtr, Of tlM tOWH of UenomorMe, Waukeeha county' gives ID Ihe last Dflwcrat, lhal he ie not the pewn ohargad with lh> murder of Francis Ronl, al- though his name la tbe tame u that of Uw loppo. sdnriminal. litl The Home atand 88 kxce to lit heiWeneM for our fruirnte orer f etntt jean. The Milwaukee SmMntf, M der date oMwsdv. Oct. U." it publleUgg lion nlama awl the ttUejraplilndasp.tclie. HOT. Ilk EtMeem of il W.> axtesMrkdlft Btft to Whai-Miii we dftjrt Ik .MfiMi tt fctt yrt MsMMpllahfld kj KICKING lit fun copy from tltp MadkiuQU tho enerjiotic protont milking mipport of Ihe fctiguivv t Law Ihu ttiHt uf qnd pommemi il to thiinpedftl altontion of thn C'otmitcrfM A nttionfll ilon.ocnit" bu n frjetul of thu an opoonunt to Iho IH H utiti-i.u or nvctlwiL.l' with wcorn any such dtatinctlun. it in nut tifu l.iw lu atura rerinuiiallf iuni.compl.iiiiK tint nf a Uui which atliwn n in nilnrfwl t, w hm pmpirly which ih- uwn tu liia ijugpi lliu riyht imilfifij n dufenco which prudicoUy aiipuja jjw writ of Habeuu ut.J lurbidh iriat hy Jury, attorn n britwi lo n wronj u )l toli'rtitjrd, ihi  projected for the roming frluler, by the Catholic Institute w ,H, ihe "Decline of I'rotcdtiuititiiM, and ila L' and Tarbatim report, taken down by Mr. Mul- laly, one of our phonugraphtc reporteri, wiil (buisdi in another column of thlfilt hie ruveruace hai employed eoQH tiutruu but our run aj) En what nnauf luMt MniiWPt Ifiofluijntry, Ifuotin world. liBf tu 5 topic m whirli all have Bomn Wldlu thti Hevbi-fnd Ari'libiahop proving thai ProtealantiMn WAArapully uxttnci the Bev. .Or, DowlinK, the HitptiHt minwti-r in WHH diRCourfco tti prove that Ponttry wai KI .tho unhappy coiKl.tiim His euhjcct wan, thu Downfall of Thu iunny had tu go away wilhout Inuirlng him. Bofli tha nuJienrt'H Fivmnl to Im vary wall nUieSod with thv Atyumruts aildroMKul to them, nnd if wo are to credit both the mwuki IH nml il hath Gtttolicieni and Protest intiain aru fxlmrt, we would bu obliged Jf mnn wmei tlmn ci- tberwoul'd titlluM wbut inMt.HN- V- Port. _ ____ LOOK OUT roa Ouinmiintnv tlth luft few llm city IIM bean lloaii-cl countn feit ami niutilnlmi nuti-w tht< SluUr Hunt, Oluo, amj Ihe MurchnuN'nml Mi rtiiiniCH1 Hunk Whaling. TlMiv NIK five ridlnr hilln, mid can li reiun.y hy With Hi, in durk nnd thin, aiu tlw triitfravinff Almost   pilw inln the earth to n aufsictunt Icnlli lo reach aolid groi.nd. The river in from mribt'Li. dredgi-il lo Urn ileplh uf M feet.and tlm nirlh llirownbflck UIKKI tha lot, filling it to ihu Ljrndo (it thi! titrcut. The dirui'iiRUwih of the bu.kting nrn 40 N 100 ft., built of wood; the uiiuieniu framing tho IIUTO vkcltiiun wart htnnuing, nttracUng much hy their Motidity nnJ The whole ift (n bn lineil wilK brick uml thn outnide hiii ti with twu ur three coats of tho culu- leti 'me proof paint." This and, thu absence of wiiKlnw-i, WiH imnlur the aa near firu proof HP citn bo. The fir-tl alary loft rluar for Uio reception nl tiaimieflt gooda, and the upper part iu forme.j inlu bum capable ut' taring 160.01 n) bu. wheat, Tin; elmutoru, moved hy horse power, CMI raiur UOCObu.  Ihn O'lloiviNfr Himing our cilnvnx N. Lujrmn; Lmliiiglniut 1) U. Oj-dm M.Ktox; N Muck A Oo Thu tire was firnt i twuen mul o'clock in tlm mm known Thu Dup.it, 100 co-it atxnit An ticidH iuni IMHIUHW nf tlio walln nru CMI Iw u-hn.lt fur I K.Ciinjiiiny inaljcu In- no uo by Ihu loiiuilti iiinitjureil, it h of tlu< R tltu Whiifi hnvn a nitijiHtly in joint balEi'l, Wmtlirop wilMiorhtMni U S Hum tor, It'iM.l, u a-ruo or n will l-c cltofwn. T'Vdr rat. Not uocoTtiiiu. Thnro iH.vri1 Ix-lu'vc, jmnl Uallnl" in tins LcyiHlnluro. I'kch branch ctn hy tun) thu two nuiut concur Lf llll I I'fi tcHiiuku n rhf lea, 11. UH, -rthti in tlw Sennit) w Vnthit wny, (hop inny ful txi ngtvu, mid lluia the aclcclion nt n U. S. uvoir tti tlw neit Leg'rtlalurt' SFBIXO ST. ItnUgr. ijjron tlw bridge iiro tttcndity, Ilir tlonti link boan ruined mid unt torucri'.vn ihe rtnparttrticliire. Meftnwh'tota bridge linn Iwcn tuonrcd fur thu curivatiiriicu ol foot ptwwtigiira, fur which tho pul'limm Liulthted wo btihovo, to tlm ptoprtutord of tlm Amcricnn HIiw HoHAOtt MAN; Courier prut fa tbnt 1 i' MIU il wan olictcit hy WlMKHAT llANB.-Tlltt Mid I-OH Tni-r-day BityR: Ttui rvpuOier which.up to Friday n b. i-n r innrkably fiw, 'p demucratir what) Ut moarutH vnto tor an Alinhtmiu-st'f" It can't bu. Tbu Wiaratwn miHtharu fainted nt of! (ho thought. glit hut, ha Tpfiljr ftnd driiiiig MIU-W ttlurm prevailed all day SaturuV It Jinn rcumined cold, variable, anil ubeer- low, and wmurhaa doubllese Bet m perni iy- AwfHl it Krltfiurnllr WatsitoW, About 4 o'clock thin morning, QUA of the raoa murdoTH Umt hsa occurred in thii cfty far y U WM perpetrated at No Dey vtrtwl Mi-ema that u mau named JJenry Cunin iVmn Newark unil Bought ludgiDgM nt thu pnrttLr Jii.u.10 ol Charles M Jlouwoau, at the above number. acquaintanca of ftoeeean nml it in suppose.) friup tj.af il, )mrf hundri'd dolhird in HUMID iu tun t'lf  hrhleb-iHuid nmt jjuimiiH nnu. bt-mg nil donrmurniL ntid the rwmany IH-HH; r.....lintel untirojiy wuli tjrovioiit, tt, mur ringe, flfr. f Vet mm it ii :nt- tQ pufuls yrliirh nnblu rrt iiiir-rt'pt Uninn who thp V. TrHxint- At mi. of thn Oi-nf am) Uun.b, Mr. of York tn Mi. J'.qo if jlbpnch. of thin City. MAM ANM WOMAN KILLHU OH TIIK bfnw VKN tivcninif ExpntMi rnun fion Sjninp'lJeUI, Tlrtirmlny run and bllloil man nml woman who worn upon th truck, nt'nr Now UriUin.Ol. Th.i.r niiiiiuu wer mil kwiwn Hon. John Wontworth III.RSUII thinnty yesterday, having in tho ri'iimniH of n Dier, whu   way to hie nntivo UWD, where thfi rt maina are to bo TnlittHf ilu. nml Mm) MMWr II, iilT KKJKANDMJCiJIGAN.AND oi 1 No Wulm i i Ar.-lii-r, rfbMI MftllhPWfi Ml i.f In i ii.r li< U) (mi .rinli'iiiDilm not K ii. c.i.MLKMAN AND -V ran tumun i H KM- n nml IxiiirJ hy thi'f truiiuM t I ml iiiK'nIn M'nx'lc imvlH 4'lmrrli OrjfMii for Hulc. IIK tiiuti ihiRin .1 11 loi .Ie 'fnajr forowli, iHIuv I'tMi m Jl il.i' cli MI -lih n J. "-.i i IK -..i r, n- ul olflMilhif LII i flli Ikl (Mutsii ill ik Hiiiill l I., thi itirjH Hm ujn I. II.-HL-CI J il The lUdmv. ilir Orpbim, t THRATKK. THE II H. Tilt: I UF Deux Tir. A nr. A Ullfci rr. ihfl IKlr-rVllh A TURTLE. M i. Mli V NOT1TE. t l.bi i' i llif AMif ICHII l 1 ur rm.i.i.. 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