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Independent American and General Advertiser (Newspaper) - July 2, 1847, Platteville, Wisconsin IN BE P IN AND 'THE WORLD'S FlluKRT, WHICH WITH 3IY I 11V J. L. MARSH. muix'Tony. STAKI> KKIIA UY 1JKNNI-1T AT WOOD. in- Mire ol, iu; liountre ;'t Jilock, JOHN is. u 01 XTI I AIM-: NT roit Tin: i1 iri.' (Jom.vui y his S or', on -i.i n. OIK C AMI AT 1..AW. AM) '.'i'-i IV on .Wain-si.. JuiMini; l-iio .vn Tavern, PI. i' V A? I" 'IVs v i J j i s AMI r.ir vs ;.m; LAW, i'U -M II i of (Jr i wfnrd.Mrant "ii.I Ion iinit.y I. T i 0, BUnimYASE'S M ST vi V.M-S; ;i.'id A (U'erf.iMiin- Airf-ncy J'. of e.-t N. -ro, Alun-y ar.d fr.teili- St., I.-juis Pnsr, letter.- incl.id iinr :i. fff II l.r, sol i u idll and 'v i li I'ijci i n pi.-1 OF DEATH. liY THE LATK IUS. JAMES CRAY. There's a feverish t irill in rny veins, There's a leaping pulse in my brow, I led no refuge remains Save one for the veary one now I lu.'ur ;i voice in tiii breeze That tells of it fu rer home, A murmur amidst li e trees Th.-it Bof'tly whip] ers come J g-o down to tie grave Just when iuy tin is I'owu to oblivion's VHVC, .lu.-'l when my far ie is nearest Just, when the light of affection, fin- in vai i so often, (Jatt.t on lifi.'V patli ts reflection, The rugged vv.'i.y t j soften. a wreath for my head, A u euve it of I; ded rosee t.irit ye make n y bed the first ps Ic spring flower reposes. Faded (lowers are b bout one hondred eighty our JULY 2, Frptft SOLITARY or tiro he to In of Uie ciniiy. whw ployo, for tlwif what though even now his thin fiiige: s friend say, are ahmg grasped the bedclothes, as if he suffered tl j about as .well ae could be expected -in-the greatest agony. j small amtrtjVit of eflcli, ontha: A battle-stained and gray luiirtd i stetxiner Colorado.. Out craft, pltesorits, J, a good miniature of l.ife---4ife in diath It Btood beside him holding a dull lantern in ii s ull i .1 -LMia i r n r f rxl i iMC. (-3 'Al, M in's. i.; mi down, J-'roin the IN itional Intelligencer. TUU ORPHAN 1JOY. of figl.: was over; the prison d been securei n.nd the decks washed ti.c p pod, and tlie schooner hand, gazing; sorrowfully down upon hs ?ti ferer. The surgeon knelt dmvn with L Jed, an-' -ts on earth, wehave the victims fjnger on tlie boys pulse. As I apptoaehr 1 j stowed away The great mass of they all looking up. The veterin w.'io'he! 1 [our human carjeo U decidedly western, with to'Providence. on by hi i A dr- him shook his head, and would Lave ssp'ikoi but the tears gathered too hi h s eyas. The surgeon He is going little fcllc y you see as he spoke he lifted up i rich gold locket, which had lain upon t! boy's breast. lie has seen better diys.': )f tlie no high pretensions to polish, but endowed .stea. n pile dfiver was in, opewtioo, sar. .with a true tuition of their republican origin, i a Pr0wn of i and a commendable zeal in asserting their right to cut of .bread and The artificial state of society is not entirely ihe poat, which, it was dwing into tfeieituuK thrust from I penciji the "Yet is that, my the scended ,of irtjn every Bow aod then fact, a fashionable lady eits within a. few paces of my table, intently novel, writer, I cannt seeing her heel, as I could not answer for my heart fu as roojts languidly in Uer chair, win the being to whom, i.ut a fe j wrapped inSha glowing descriptions hours before, I hnd owed my poo slight, unprotected bctrrr iiv with death already written on liis lirnv- r and yet I had never known danger, an 3 never sought him out after the convict___ They noticed mv agitation, hnd his o! 1 the Irish school girl said, is in good state of health, for it is able to be o.ul through her stocking. The male representation of this genus, artificial, is a mustacbed N. Yorker. Yesterday, .a rude specimen of our own re- the seamen that held hie hew 1! with a Paw like a slap- Poor little Dirk- -von 'II never see j ped the New Yorker on the back to attract -i'1'6 attention, and pointing to the bank, re- shore you have wished mr FO long. Hi t marked Stranger, thar'e a sile now that there'll be more than when yoi r lo- 3 pleases it 'ud jest sprout any thin' in Le spoke with to in-our i ill I to Wltll rchij into midnight rt of protege of rn ne. !fe u :us u pale, del it atu child, said to an W. I.-i. r s. the I'nh- iy SSfi l.N JJ if -'.fiur ti-i I II 1 and j .T.C. I. A LViiS A F ,L! N< tn ll'" tin; tnof.n, II! V) irtS I diie I 'S1 ill.' still eoii.HHICS
s'2 per year. I for six the crew, and the clost uir arcund it was too land, and a milk punch made, to be drank standing to the following tonst Our nobie selves, tiie descendants >f the If he moves on deck, her matronly hand in- sists on leading his footsteps. Let us turn to the bid with a fine, intelligent countenance, a thoughtful eye, and a quiet, manly behavior, which has attracted atten- tion. Seeing that he was alone, I fell into conversation will) him, and ascertained that he was a young his way from mount Carmel, above Alton, 111., to Shaw- neetown, in tbe same state, where he was about to take a situation on the to.wn G.-izette. He informed me that he Woorfiuoii, of 3l who, ve are now succewfully wofki ig it. It ii said, that MM. ot shot ii the usual quantity mode pkr d iy by one act of hands, and that twice that quan- tily ci.n be made by doubling the ty'iscv tirin 63.' The officer who made the arrest, teetified that 3Ir. Smith was re.'tlly found prostrate upon the side-walk and so far oblivious to the affaii-s of outer world, that his portation on a wheel barrow to the cala- boose was rendered a thing of necessity. Are you a working man, Mr. I airt any thing else J" Whi.t is your profeBsion T" AN on Mr. Ittuh, our dining onedup Jeremy Rentltam, a lon. "u! 12 00jof thci.lymjrboy R 00 'no (Hil'imn per 'J'hrtie-f'-urtlis do. One-lnl: do. Onc-fot) th do. JJ'.iKiiies.-- -da. 6 lines and under One FOII tro per annum TWKI.VK LINES OH MAKE A SQUARE. eujifererj as wiiJ, head reposing advert semente at the rates like Archinie- 3 00 [that pent up eliei] down the hatci- Say soap again, laid r. tall j Tennessee rt-lurned volunteer, who ba edtosit opposite to him, "and I'll jive deS( moving our world wjti! hJ8 .tearny you a Cerro Gordo whipping, I will. 1 lever; and Apollo holding tho holm, above told the old General when I left him at Ja- us email children in the cabin lapa.that come to the States, I'd remains of drowned m .Mix.il.ff Ul 5 00iway( lifted the ark chestnut locks of: lick the first nI'm damn rrt man I'd hear sayin' soup and th. rM> J r consumptjon; artroog of pokerpro- 'd if I don't do it. social hall aTival steam- prescribed l.iw advance 'j'hu foes to be paid in i the lop of an old tc ern, he lay in an u r- .It waa with great difficulty thtr er, firingnp, quiet slumber. Hit e lirt collar w-as iinbut- scoah could he O. Delu. world, eh T v We'Twe "Picking and shovelling dirt, your Hon- or, and sMnetimea quarrying stone." How long have you been in this city J" fcjuire, I don't adzuckly under- stand which is the city limits, but I should say six months." And at work all the Not! ing shorter." For vhom ?'J For Wr. Conden, sir, at tlie work-house.. and ail for a fourteen dollar fine, bad luck to Iil" N !ter or the corpo In coniideration-of .Mr. Smith's services, he was n-leased from after having plighted his Honor, and the honor of the great 8m th family, that he never a- apain be ound reposing on the Reveille. grounc, continually saying to Wdei shall I be buried Sigr a notti for you frieod, eind for- get ycir and every hour in tin: dcty wliisper to yourself, 1 if h" will piy that note." Think every man means :o cheat you. Put confidence in nobrdy and belie re ev- ery ID .in you tnde with to ba it roftte. if you poMibly can AMERFJAN list of vic- tories acl ieved in Mexico, May 7th, 1046, no v stands in the fijUowing order. Pulo Alto, Kesaca de 11 Pulma, San Los Anglos, Mesa, Sun Francisco, Sacramento, B) Embudo, Puebl i do T Mora, EiBriMjit's Alvarado, Cerro Gordo and TtH- pan. LADY I'KEE French has betincitablisLied in England; and hendv> forth, bid; are to bo admitted at members of the lod res. The po ttest trjin in the world is I he or of the N. 0. an old toai'd. he hoiwt that he never never ive a cetit to Use i Brot J ovw yoitr yoflr lack At talents ami .believe at no dty yoti the work house will co ns to want. ever in your ihin4, with all horrors distress The i yoo will be miserable content (0T we may so at heart, and (at arianrt with all wed4. tKathing- will wilt throw i gleamof into yo ir Resit. All wifl tiki
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