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   Prairie Du Chien Patriot (Newspaper) - April 17, 1850, Prairie Du Chien, Wisconsin                               D v] M DTI IV.] 1'i.AiRiE DU WISCONSIN, APRIL IT, Xl'MHSR VII.-; PR I IRIS DC CHUN PiTRlUT lit a'-l P E T Y EVI JIT WE AT Df CHICN, WIS f i" will tnniivbe 1 to -Mail ,1 -rs ill twn Julian A POKT'.-i I V '.I'.W. pl. i ine ii..ir- itii trai'-pa-i'i-.r ol ch .iui.ii.ia -.i.ri- wMirh, in di iv -e TMn-rs re n t u; I ..e i- r, a.i1 art'.in i fftv h snb-irip-. i-l-'iwntl -ik, MuLllK-w ho found liiat the i Maltlit ,v liU hucry, the was finiiihed, to w liich their trei.tment b.isl driven him, a science has w '.at falsa _ ttmpting offer ol -x hundred fur and the c aid man got iu it. Matthew nail- decision was Ballad that h should be "tern- son of si'ioiue has d. jj jjmititic single niirht's v.ork, .iad draivn h.iu inlci i ed np the top, in ten ruin- poranly remanded." children then have appeared here, who, throwing away p "-itinn from win i h-> gladly et uli aftr r vartis hisenijiloyers entereJ -armed him iu his that he should all feelings i.f class, have giv, n luiMiisc.vea rie. Bui it wait.'c Lite to retrai t Mjt- to ti-e h, an i beheld the empty on be incarcerated for lile, he s-gned on to thesearch of truth as truth. L.-t the re- tlicw promi-'d seer -ry, and a moment ai-! the floor. order givinjj l.is property, submitting to suits strike where may Tl ey lavs it a liff'it u K htr i tbei.u'-j 'Is ltd ne askod the foremost. li.ni a guuiviau appointed jverl.iin- Driv- rejtorec the boiy, so ns to sho v vein TV I !c inic -i.e.J uli r -i.ir' i-. I, in .in en- t' vi bio job i-s ci'mpL'te responded eu io desperation he LI.J s.-, and his ti mate particle of t'Oiu fits, la sho'.. I su far ii-> form orappeirai" "VI; tt i''w with I'ra'vu I H iut.ii'ij'i t.n'k pus ;-.on an Mich t'-.i's.? wvre psris- of 1'ie SB.JC b.jrfy un  J. the liJ.x A'as climbing up the river's jank irom lime to obj-et tiiduilli' ti ols i i profusion. In the biijj v on.k-i- i-< very com ortably ,-xeept sofjr asan iiivol- btiiKj: to kiop tl'.e suit ou I i aleiu'iir unt I .1 Ju- reemerul irom tl j xioek, enclosed a ULMAN UJUVV tiniaryoi d bath was the iVaih ol Air. (lakes., wl i- .111 ili hy an youkeitpiiig I MultlH v wa-, :'t be man, shall delfrmine ,t. Ir U .v-s I'n i- 'llu.-h, man! ami r'Mrieui'.er your prom- nu-take] fruin, an ,r 1- -e light, fore ur.ivs thu l-i i-s a .a "t1 l i "i i i i i. i h .fii v '.'eeii ta.un ii I is a Iu thf t.aij eiiviUipi.l 'tin.in i'i in I'deil rnpn.ly hume: In- jihinneil, tn.it .ill in iii'.i -ii.i.'i1 family v en; quickly comforted with the j [he qu 'Miou oi uv, r fie ptn I 'ill tli" -ud 'jf the y kar, i ..'.i lar-t will b .1 N p iner 'li- laiiniiiii, attiie r, e 01 t.. .IIUT, 11 .iiil am .in'jji-s. t'li.i w ill tin 'ii inly jy tlif ily b ii.l bfx ttiru .rl i. u, .ij.ig hourly ncr aj s; i i i, i i.e .ear, 1 ,.i mr I.H, i Uir 'i (.'.ir.i.-. iii.....k 'in..i i ti v t" -iipi.it'- ti )i S ll 5 lf -h rn W f, tl L'i'i'N, 1 J s Ml i ill I I.i .I'.- 1 I. l'-V, I'r.'iir i i ,i i 'A D. i't irtn'V ".n i at I. and f.Vi. V Jinit i" i.ii i !.i ji. .Aline be thi.1 uJ books, (lli And i IK- fur   id my lay ll) A -mull lot thai on rl >oks" boat, wilh -ail lui, --ran wandiT 1. en 'he -tranJ, ,1 h ui es ui a jj n illi wind-. Ir nu die [and. Ti'jur. my 1 i< oiild i tt.i i.itr, th" lure- dim, I'n I'ii MI" n i D i IIIIK t !ic ir I.I In .1 II 1 1. (I III: iir Ke on the bill at .uorn; Tlie .jr the ro ou i'. ,iis cour, and th'To stepped out from it a No man H sal'n if sueh  nut nf a uH U1MI ,i i. n. i, t-. !lfl nin.irf-.r u thoirU'cb i; llu' t r-piratui, ,n--u I a pi-e ot work tie did no! know Kb0 iu Miu !.av" fn -e '.-d and uin.v how to 'V. ''i--5 l.-l'm-'l, ietailsof for to .r ai'irv e.npi.-y lake n.re of Hum, UL i 'M f' 1 I I 'K.1 il I n- u i I I ilH 11 i ._ i.... i.... i i..._] 11. .1; j I...........r. _ .1.1 -d a inuiMont, an 1 tlu'ii iMinnie .i h u t it- i.'i the ani1 tl -m .iii lir i-j u. nnU'-.iIe i: ul Ui'fa.l "l: f'- h-.-ard a a ,lnj ol hi, ivall.  i, I'll '-'I-IHI "i ll" K HK'.JU Aill.. 1' l-V-' iVf to :''.iriiJU n ij u I.i-- 1 1 iiuol.l I'i' V. ;it.T -t., t mini "i I'J-rrrui ..p- aa, 1-., o ollen aii.ts. .1, and turned ;is (U1 ,he rolls am n' i-ori.i r :n re i.i.a .-anva-i i mcnt of eru.'ltv. rn-r-alili, n.-nl Ivecnpitul-itioii of tl.c cj-iialili--' incin.'iif, i'AL I'HK.'.OMF.NA r-oou alter I s ynle.'i of fruiioiny began to be f 'lerali; inn "rstnoc, mi old CniiniTiIru) lurnn r went to 'ii.'-aid MatlV v', i-u y m liiio it.1 i TI infill.' .Vi., I il. t ,'l IU1 I I i IVI I fVIJl III I .'i big, swat d hi. lore- one u pr.Au that tn- nllllllM.r w.th f.-.IowlnB )..T ,rj ll-ail, n.in-1 d ana lu.s atli Iiad it an p -r- in i.iav In- tnkrn I t-arious. nciiiiiln ol M 1C" is a- l.jllou---- Ii., do nn .1 in t'i uelt   plllllic at Kiri'e i r I.M., y tw ;mii and l.-imir, n. J( w_ M ,-id -id thee.es 1 -U-II, -l.M ,-J.-llt not" III Ih men ul t.ie 1 -I'll n a..' tn .1, :ip il op-n. .iiul L II Help y u m..K- Uj, I which m rill li'iriiiL' !h  enn o 111 ,h in. r" di it hnppeli "e. inl 1 id llie I ,l re uf I in a pt liii tur re.jn1-.-, y.ii. i d 11 f i I If I I I J 'If Th-'u Id my I' (iiy I) I And d I 1 II the.-. in thi< v-ry loom (.OI1I. trt, Wlth U11) tin; tni on.reu Cl al mi', sr-w-d m. jron On tlu- o! i.i.-iir il.   lh i., I, 111 'ml -ii1 i tile n J i.e rn't tjon comes irom Joi-lali UaJu's ol -ii'iM.-d iim-iMi lie li HI..OI. ni, ai. i nu i; don'H on smill irnfrl li-'u 'u -ilin t sn-ne.- I' r I" ri-lled away rapi ly. iho i..a- Mass.. and mojintul but .u. J t.> si MI., not where. 'ii- p.n-m-nt vit  tlie J''Ltr 1M1' tllfl -i.J.i ton a v JM-tt. J .n K.H thee. .111 t'.n ite t .in'te .in.l rep in I i M- of t'livliieb'i e-e-, ,1 upi.n a >olt of and he dii.n't illiJl l'' L'auuiridge, and roine I.J ll.e (j.irsti-.u i tiie id, ol s ..li i.o i .1, ..lit 11 u.iri JB rnr aul iitt'if 1'innif n-arly half an f.onr, !lt -A.I.-a 1.: -t and bri.rge biuider !.y trade.- the reii.aii.- lithe c.rcui i-taiK'e- which Tli. n let my i n., u Itiy cvi'iu i b--, Kl-al'..' as-e.-inied a p hill, apparently, M.itlliL'w; lor VV'IS d knuwledgod by uli who knew prove tilt-identity are they an-many Vn.i f'.t.n l nu M. n, mx 1 c r. ,1 th-i- l" md tii.'i.stupi.t-ilti.tuiiet   a   b.e, .1. i. by wl.R-h .Mr. h.id broi.Khl the entire lie, la! of th- loil.miui; f. rm: "Ver- Ir.iir.e I'lueit, nm" anllhen n hall to MM mir amlhamm.r- ;'au reuli; -d a Sreut of Ullt Or. 1'urkmt... before y 1 h nut ut the jury SKRVJ funall-rvMi. in ,_mnki- the box-put p! ..t> of hole, i'J-J lour ''LiUreu. narneJ Jo- re.erenu dly. Ire'-ryim Jo .Mmp.-on, ''iH.l.INS, ril...... one- ii.or. Hup, J.ot over carefully y o-, "aliOike- Jr., of New 1'. con-c-i-Mii man, Dr. i aai Jiii.i rn. a i w'n-r.-Im y i aii-e k. and then you call throw il into the '8 ot' Ann anJ .'larlha R- -p. to proun. a -'t ol f- ii f, r Dr. I'ari.- is CAMKUIIMA.- O'Rr.iiy U r-ti.ii.li sr. I' n. lioor as Ue-ed, ri-or as they wire. Jt 1 allcome rig-.t. Oak-s ot C tmbri ge, and a .w by to w.-ar ..t th- ,.t that T ,IU ,la) Wl.st ,.xlHllll cUu-U-. .r-i-nrt-d -i... .V: Um _ ;llui the l.nnd.iee here do von live, Mallhew" tKe of Houghlon, also ol by his muiulie. m-e- -tl, it v. rj from M. s ,n Irt.i.tirr. r work iah.shi.e o. .hurt m- t an biidpi These cn.Mr, n joined togeth- of .hall reman, t.iur- Wlll. u, ,Ls Mrlner uCroSB no- i in rind himself in II( t knowing whelh -r he as sp, aking to a er-ul" Pal Uleir fallier wai acl11 "r uf foinmi-r uf the and '.in- tho Kucky the iuciHr! Ilfl iil.ile hi, arnswero pl uiitom or not, after all. j.ror died n phy tosay so tor., altliough th-luw, I r-gard as th fing-r of Al- for tU f-wclioi of u lino tiut un had Mr. ruijjhty Cod. Tl.al from tie from San Fruntisca toSncramc itocity, tho but >.icc twire, ami tiion not medically in the iisliep of th; furnurc, the v, in- lor whicli wiJl crods the the and it lea- s-ix niontlia bt-iore he made oath s'nunld l.sheil out. Iryjii wlncii thiil l.rst of May. to .Vr. Oat V insanity. true son of M.I-HCP, Dr. man, should ;uie i i i'ie )n the rii''i! Mr. (Jlik-a, therefore, before he was a- construct the whitr beara tho un- The Savnimuh Kepublican contains pri- Matthew i'arra. said the speaker, on right, I nv.-an.' "'art of pioc.vcings, was tbrust iato miaaka'ule ulianty of Dr I'urkman, is a vtUe a.iv'cen from Klurida, statu that 'you "o perA rm all the service I -What time do you breakfast" >lcLe n Asylum at comervilie. H-- w-ouuerfui providence. Looi ing at tin- cm- Jours, Billy Bowlegs, Halleck 'I rlmm tit your hunds. a iu fur which you ]At s-iid Matthew, slor.-ly. u ill rfi' ve o: t .e h .111 a red do !ars, b. fore ;.eu jtu .vork you must ______ ________ ____c________ to f-ithfjl to t 'esorve the mutter th-ow it into ths I'll breakfast aren. and throiigh the advantage which Beiesite winl.ri-J t tere ta the malarial object wiiht.'tim, they ir-th vnn wv-n o'clwk in rh- r.i iminr ?H from th. of wd now morr than oftmd Viictc held b; .HMI cviii-'itly o h side oi l.tm where do you re-nde KF'irs'iin h.n. a i'i-iiix'0 IHST- lie-it n] Tl -f as-iidcciily broken, h.-weier, 'Oh I ye% in t_'------street.' Hi will repair n VL-I, le as the -Tbe number" k', Jowelrj ft imi on VJvl, t'ie r.uin whu ongiiiLiliy s.ccosled 'Twentv-seien.' lx 1 si" xl ii the riif'i! r i ui i.IP stoni' M1 C. P. FOX, EOCSB 1 vRMlTDKi as broug't ou! 011 a habaaa corpus, and prits' dock, himself it devote' of science, I and their parties, haul returned t the Ever- thru t ice ate w; i tried, when by some legal ho- have beea uispoaeii, in stckn- EH of heart, to glauis, and hnve exprejjwtd an ULwiHliigoeiw iiuil it strong, you c-wpouus a of bin unnatural cbd- tj remove wtut. It ii thai money   

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