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Hillsdale Standard, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1866, Hillsdale, Michigan 21, NO. 1015. Fi J. F. Auctioneer GEORGE A. -S O B. to Engineering found thit of J. AND the Z M J L. AND In to of Office Hall i J WILLIAM W. AND INSURANCE AGENT of Ibe the Post PHYSICIAN M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 3teVd DrT College St door fiom C. C. M. D. PHYSICIAN E. J. W. J. L. AND SURGEON ith T. E Manning U. PHYSICIAN AND t t of tri EVERETT k PHYSICIANS AND to all In Hotel Residence of BUSINESS GRIFFIN BUSINESS SPECIAL Commercial offering the nl Mid under tde M will U SEPT. 20th, 1860. Commercial S. AND C. P. The Commercial Course of consists the and practice of keeping Account hr Single and In and Com- and Joint Stock In. and and principle and student majr be weM to keep In any whether for the PHYSICIAN AND second story Mich. W. A. NOTARY and SURGEON 1: SJ PHYSICIAN AND AND of Powell and Waldron of 1. a abort lime No for MICH. WHEATON CAND AGENTS AND Will attend to the purchase ami sale of and attention p.M to a knowledge of how business v. buW ti. Letter Commercial and the Laws ol are which the attention their Importance Law Ii a feature nf the and In and with tbe a Law Particular to preparing fur anj may w ah to H. The Course of I. the Inn ol none of Telegraph Men drilled In actual business orer a thf How 1 Fatuous tin and patronage of and bear of lie ad to E. W. A. O 1 a ID the Court R. W. iY ff COUNSELLOR AT Bei In Id 3tory-nil Mich. E. J. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW IN ee oter Pout HENRY F. ATTORNEY AT AND SOLICITOR IN attention to men or yonng ladien desirous of qualifying lor 1'enmanshlp, will be unable In Bnd a better place for purpose iw we hare a CLASH In In which thoroughly drilled in the bent of explaining ixf the Specimens sent to anj Tor termi and other nee In another part ot EXCITEMENT About pa tin the of repair Inr the accommodation Hit Trill alit with tbe beat the market affords and R. M. PHYSICIAN AND J. AdiUn V. Palmer Aon t i Dr. A. C. J. AT LAW Mich. is Oter D. L. 4TTORNEY 4 COUNSELLOR AT kad la Office la NEW BOOT SHOE Vu ono door South of where Taft ha Shoes far the Taft ban Just returned from the with a me assortment of all of good and Boot and We haie leaned the Store for two years and we Intend to pertaining to th Boot and and are bound to SELL be it anj other place In In this and b for buying us to do Jus what us to SELL CHEAP CASH Some fen men feel a little troubled to lee another Boot and Shoe Stole opening In lull enterprising will not get all the trade But In Free for If we cau buy so that we tin neil than who can binder J It Is ore's to trade where they can dd Taft lias bad the name ot wiling cheaper than any one la sixteen and And by selling cheaper than any one That makes the Mr. Taft the people of and rounding for their Tery liberal patronage since helias been la and a THE NATION'S Four hundred thousand The In tangled in mountain On battle in Lie dead fur me and you i Four hundred thousand of the Hare made our ransomed coil their grave for mo and a. By many a black In many cold nnd frozen weary sentinel censed his And died for me and you r From western plain to tide Are stretched the of those who died For me and you Good me and On many a bloody Their ready they And poured their like A heritage to To gain for me and you 1- Our brothers mustered by our They and bravely died Fur me and you I Good for me and Up many a They boys in surging amoke nnd ball The bravest the to full 1 To fall for me and you 1 These noble nation's Four hundred thousand men hare died For me and you 1 Good for me and In prison hold Their martyr spirits grew To stature like tho saints of old While amid agonies They starved for me nnd you The the and the hundred thousand men have died For me nnd you 1 Good for me and A debt we ne'er can To them justly And to ihe nation's latest Our children's children still shall died for me and you Four hundred thousand of the brave Made our ransomed their For me and you I Good for me nnd you an John was an and a friend of Many were he discussions for I always that John's editorials were lot spicy that he was not and did not keep up with ho spirit of the was a little old-fogy in so these dis- Missions ended with some emark like the 11 if I was editor of he I could nake as good a as any in the dear I will ell you meant that I bought I could beat any man iu the State editing a I met John one that is one I am not likely soon for more i easons than as you will if you follow me through the following thrilling ad- as Cobb would I was hastening town one sultry day in My eyes were upon the my thoughts that's a oven from John came ng round tho and the standers witnessed a sceno of ground and lofty which was not down in the at succeeded in gaining my equilibrium and my while John his most by the contact with the dirty water in the You are just the man I am in search you succeeded in against enough for practical I wiping the dust off my I tell I was in a desperate hurry to see 111 think you I dryly re- But John went on without ing my I want yon to edit tho for a I have to go to on This announcement would have taken away my had not the previous encounter done in my ere another call camo for and more it was for the next six The day I could not say the same of my it had on- ly reached allow me to right that that was all it ever for the next day was publication and I had the mortification of seeing tho paper go to press without a long leader in my best in there was lino of my writing in its col- The chagrin which this thought caused mo was to what was to 1 leave it to the imagination of the reader to depict my feelings upon the damp I read the different articles I had The as I have already was an abusive article against the The an equally abusive one against tho Republican for Con- favorite man of the and a particular friend of as the numerous stump speeches of last autumn would There was the paper the most in- tensely one could judge from its issued from a Republican by a of the Republican I laid down the as a sense of my position overbalanced every other I burst out My men was suddenly cut short by the entrance of tho would bo M. whose countenance betokened anything but and a vision of horsewhips flitted before my What is the meaning of this said the wrathful M. as he shook the offensive paper in my In vain I explained and he met me with the constant didn't you read the at see that it was cut from a Republican Sure enough didn't I At last he closed his harangue by calling me a which I as Ward a little rather a dubious for a man who all his been other editors and lauding his own his untried But my trouble did not end I entered the press room just as the form was being lifted from the the obstructed the and my toes coming in contact with throw me and in my de- I a boy who had hold of one end of the form losing his presence of mind by the suddenness of my let the form diop irom his the form lay a mass of at my J lied in as my ill luck would have I took the stoic room instead of the right and stumbled against an open keg of tipping it and falling head into the dark mass. That form is inked shouted tho as ed by the he hastened to the followed by all the typos in the A general shout greeted my dark 1 heard one typo say but as I didn't belong to the cralt I could not ap predate the I was led to the lye 1 have an sense of what it must be to be flayed At last I was in a condition to re turn to my room which I did not leave for a The paper in the being left at the mercy o tho The first call I made after my voluntary imprisonment was upon tho lady who had been ii my thoughts when I had the encounter with As soon as I entered I saw tha my case was It is sail that a woman can overlook everw can always cover the sins of a loved one with the mantle of charity but to hear the object of their tion ridiculed steel their hearts again him for Sadly I that this all too The M. C. who had once been mj no longer spoke to and A NEW Ah attempt is being made to found nother party whose end and aim hall be to sustain A uw men at Washington have themselves as the of an This entire so far as it yet appears from ny records within our con- ists of fifty-six men oast that party tics have been in this effort to support the of the judge from the list of names given below comprises the entire Ve put tho Copperheads in nd rebels in small caps. Those horn we omit to so distinguish are men unknown to But read the st of names of tho self advertised r PRESIDENT JOHNSON'S ATTORNEY A COUNSELLOR AT jnn SOLICITOR IK CHANCERY micli ATTORNEYS A COUNSELLORS AT LAW AND SOLICITORS IN ZI I P Pensions and Promptly attended French's Ulch S. NOTARY AND HTC at United R. tAND CONVEYANCER AND NOTARY t Call In and HCC We Trill do you Good It will be no trouble to yon If yoa to buy In our we ate bound ti to II you do not buy we will not get mad done andai cheap ai at anj other S OF OUIl 3JW to 2 M to 12Slo 1 to 1 to 1 to from Show Arctic R P TAFT 18th, i nn 5 jo 3'J.i 17S 4 JO 3M 260 100WO440 7ilo 300 to 3 00 621 l 61 3 J gi 1 2( 1 B. M. CLEMENT E. c In Chancery inT Notary LICENSED WAR CLAIM AGENT jL. A record baa been prepared br tl to be kept at the office of the Judge or f l in fnr the of recording tbe rar Michigan Sale the tire Under fO to TO Stock watered Ef try will at unco that I Uan object to make hit K rec render It or In tbe for bounty or bounty new law of bf can get at the facto which if UJ -t mar be tent my mar be tent my r or Wl U. o fpi an imagination pictured tho long Uio column of anil tlie that should ender tho next Bugle the ne plus ul- u of I hastily assured John that I was eady to accede to his and olio wing his mounted three stairs to tho John wheeled round the big and thursting a pair of sors into pointed to a pile of and then rushed down I called to but received reply from tho second find the and his voice died out in the the humming I am monarch of all I I was settling in my mind whether should head my first Our Country as it Great or when in my and the stood grinning at evidently enjoying the which I had greeted first sound of his I hastily cut out the first which my eye chanced to fall an anecdote of the times of Charles tho and to my I had hardly completed tho first the door and this time the foreman want copy for tbe he is already made and he handed back the dote I had just sent to the i f I think 1 must-have looked blank I felt the idea that was re- quired of the was something entirely new I1 a R and cut an noticing paper had the felicity of Montgomery of VICE Maine Hon. Bion Bradbury New Lew in A. J. James S. Rhode W. B. Hon. W. D. New York Dron New Jersey Hon. John P. Pennsylvania Hon. Ata Delaware Hon. W. 0. J. M. Virginia Hon. Alex H. West P G. Van North W. A. South Carolina JAMES L. Georgia JAMU Hon. W. R. lion 3. J. L Hox RANDALL Indiana J. E. Illinois Hon. S. Ex Governor Kentucky Hon. Wisconsin 0. L Iowa Hon A. f Hon. Daniel S. Missouri Charles M. M. S. Nevada Esq. Hon. James W. Oregon Hon. JumM W. Hon. Robert Florida Judge of Phillip R. ll. Col. H. F. Esq. Gloria W. President National tank ot Ihe EXECUTIVE Hon. 3. D. Ksq John F. Kiq John C. Ktv L. Esq Ward H. John F. H. E. W. B. A. E. Esq 0. Esq. Copperheads and rebels are now an they always havo and these men renegades at the traitors at the South who labored to break up the and destroy the these men ara called by tho dent the Union men of the while Burnside and the scores of others who labored through the years of its aie now denounced by him as traitors and more dangerous to the peace of the than Davis and his OF NEW How Some of Them From tlie N. Y. Evening We have seen tho original of the following written by a book keeper in this The gives a most curious account of the ner of life of some of the young men who come to New York from remote districts by hundreds every work in our business houses NEW Jan. 21, 1800. To the Young Christian of Ntw R. R. Secretary God moves in a mysterious way hia wonders to I feel that your through the grace of has been tho means of saving another one from the course of that leads not only to destruction in this but in the world to In one of those recruiting of where they enlist young men in the service of the as a divine calls our fashionable a neat hanging near boine theatrical attracted my at- On it was printed Men's Christian reading room and strangers etc. I thought what a contrast that place must be to the and turning round I said c let's take a to the Young Men's Association before we Curse the says give us two Bourbon The made the most im- pression on both of us nt the We had been on a jolly old with some was and did not part until late at when our gave But your card was before me nil the in my and the next ing lie who all things directed my stops to As soon as I was in your elegant I made up my mind to the first step of becoming a Christian man that signing the I had not tho courage that but the following day I signed it for four with a deop feeling of account ability to God for past I am proud of that It is a grand savings bank to me as I pass iny favorite sample rooms in I feel I have a safeguard in my in the form of a recorded in the diary of your able whose prayers in my behalf I believe to have been for my resolution grows stronger every From my past experience you can learn what a wide field there is here in New York for all your Christian Like hundreds of other yonng men brought me back to I must say here himself would In thin one of the principal died of delirium Other persons seemingly courting the same Fall broi New York that in all iny travels I know of place I like bettor than Inexperienced young men llock hero iu thousands from all parts of the friends and tives and their first tance is a boarding ted young men and diseased Around St. John's hundreds of young men arc iu these larger boarding I have been through there After tea the question goes round amongst the young what arc you going to do play to-night I'll you billiards for W you billiards lor are you going says 1 am going to tho One is poing to too his in Houston another to play for others to play particularly if it is pay some to have a throw at some to oyster and very seldom do you hear one going to a prayer Laht Sunday night was the first one I was ever in here in this I went at the invitation of Mr. and it did me I sincere piety It was an customed sight to had not been mo six months iu my new situation before rum was again at A fellow clerk ran off with a pretty waiter and left his wife and children to shift for That gentleman has since changed liis course of lifu and now holds a tidier from Gen. Howard has written a long letter to Chairman of thu House Committee en men's urging legislation witb respect to his The points liU ill that nrc briefly ns tho period of the continuance of the bureau should be definitely fixed by BO that nil parties interested know just when its operations will it bo declared by Congress whether Maryland nnd are or nre slot included within the limits c the bureau is to the existing law does not allow tho cers of the Bureau to furnish medical they being given out under orders from the War some measure should bo en to promote industry by setting apart lands for side on favorable terms to the tho Sea Island question should be settled the havo grants thereon thoroughly the lands belong to tho President should be to retain officers of tecrs in after the out of the regiments to which belong fpr the Bureau is losing some of tlie best of its agents and who would remain on duty if they were lowed to retain their official rank in the something be done to foster the Commissioner believing that it would bo a matter of real economy to make provision for trial nnd he ed that public lands have often been granted for educational purposes when the need was not near so ent as it is in this tho high of. pushing j dutien of the officers and agents of he Bureau be more clearly defined by so that the people imong whom they labor may know they A ed by the Executive will great power to the as itn enemies believe or pretend in tlie Government to is in addition to ing this comprehensive has conferred recently with the members my way up with the talents I was fond ot I received a ter salary in another Hum was still One of tho a walked one of our furry boats in si drunken spree and was leaving a several children to mown come to New York to seek a hearing that h wag about to marry my forme and that 1 was often th subject of their ridicule and satire Wherever went I was with mock humility as until life became almost I had made myself I ways thought I tho but who would covet such a fame the one abusing the can and the present hardly John forgave and still calls me but even he occasionally harrows up my feelings by allusions to the lengthy editorials I and the great popularity I obtained as editor of the Uniontown When I hear n man criticise -an I always wish that he could pass through ray and learn aa I how easy to become famous as an I SAW HEU BUT A wore a handsome crinoline on tho day when we first bhe scudded like a schooner with a cloud of vass As she swept along the with a granduer fit to I saw her but a yet thinks I see her Tho wind was on a and as saucy as a and it played the very dickens with dimity and gaiters were delicious her feet were made to saw her a yet I see her Sho scooted round tho and streaming out her crinoline and were romping in the To would havo her her a yet methinks J her t did not see a display of pretty ankles when it meant for I I am sure but a yet I see still I- molasses like a city when 10 lief -is Curing It has been affirmed by eminent that hay could be ly in tho mow in a grcen and come out fragrant and exceedingly palatable to by sifting upon each load from four to six quarts of The philosophy of it lies in the ical fact that lime is a powerful ab- The Rockford ter says the Rev. E. of that tested this process last and It will be remembered that thu weather was most for making Finding tbat it would be impossible to save his hay by he carted it into his barn in a heavy He the lime upon it and it cured and came out as inviting ns flowers pressed in a His horses and stock devour it and prefer it to the This is n valuable of edge Necessity often compels to choose be- the alter natives of leaving out ii a drenching a few loads of cured thereby spoiling or hurrying it into the barn smart of its heating and Lime will absorb all ho vegetable moisture and save the t while salt gathers and fails in many cases to THE NATIONAL The Chicago Times the twelfth National Horse and equestrian ex- will bo held in commencing June and continuing six The success which attended the last ex- at will insure its continued The asso elation could not have selected a ter place for holding and they are busily ranking preparations for fitting up the buildings and grounds in splendid The premiums ed will be of the most liberal and will bring together a very fine collection of The Democrats in with rare fidelity to the has helped to exclude intoxicating drinks of to make the exclusion to the President's Stevens charged him with trying to provoke nnd not Advices from the past has-been the hardest even 20th of ico ifas opinion that there a late first of at it can break I found sonic ten years n in one of tho largest houses in this We hail an overdose of night work at that entering goods till past for six or eight weeks at a I noticed most all the young men took a ply of rum to keep pace with the I was not long in following their and I that three quarters of our salaries were spent in theatres and bar In dull seasons there would be a re- and wo drank to drive away the Three of my fellow book keepers in that house now iil drunkard's One of the party fell a steamer crossing Lake Ontario pno stormy while on a traveling and was Another talented young brought up it one of tho best book houses in Lon posted in all the current litera tin e of the always ready will the most witty jokes and one who could keep a room full in roars of laughter till past tho hours of mid so full of promise with an ad in the house we were en gaged died a miserable m tho workhouse in Ho was discharged for drunkenness reduced to He had a wifi and child in We for him iu the sent to his wife by and put him oi a packet bound for passage and a bag full of the bust pro visions and I shall not ibr get the on that all of us three sheets in tho Another young man died of in the so-called boarding where mos the clerks in my department con Had 1 been into your Association that might now be filling a position c high honor I was offered Jars to position of assistan cashier in another I was under tho tuition of one of the best city commanding a salary of lie would take a week each mouth for a good I had bin whole duties then on my I was if had not made me I could have stepped into his position when he That same gentleman died the Bad death of A letter left in his room where lot in If some kind friend had taken me by untimely The sad case that came under my notice a few months I can never A gentleman boarding in the same house with engaged in a cut his throat from ear to from the effects of lie had been a hard It inking man lie ed to drink very and would myself and companions for coming in some Ic got to drinking very hard at Many a of I've bud with and many a merry eve spent at the of lie com to neglect his spent some in a few BO ho told for etc. He sent to his employers for more money thinking he was sent him all ho wished We all refused to drink with him when we saw him bent on keeping up his 1 was regularly at iny and saw him only onco or twice n He really was hard pawned all his spent al tie could and then went to business lie raised mor money and started over the same One Sunday morning lowing he came to ray room and rowed an I shall never forget it. had and told me his would not give him enough on his vest to buy him n I commenced to reason with him on tho folly of his Ho wanted me to take him to a I did not know where to find a religious man in New Had I known our esteemed friend Mr. another soul might have been As I did not know any minister 1 took poor Mack to the nearest lie imagined the Indies were throwing atones at him na ho walked the or somebody was going to shoot Ho he full as if he had done some one a great The doctor gave him strong doses of morphine he went to bed and next day was I implored him not to drink any was all right again of this Select and given them his views in He that the power of tho do not so much need an It was well lie to leave them to military adjustment during the but after its operations should be in suance of actual The force of this thus urged by Howard and is very strongly fell by the com- and almost from day of the loss of the original the Mr. has been earnest in his endeavors to frame a that will command a support of all brandies of the The upon which the committee will probably agree retains many features of tho old but is so drawn to many of the objections urged against The in respect to tho division of the districts into sub- and the appointment of is left and the Com- under the direction of tho is simply empowered 11 appoint such agents as may be essary for the efficient and cal administration of the affairs of The zing the employment of if stricken Tho issues of medical atores is Three million acres of land in Louisiana and Arkansas are reserved from to bo rented in forty acre and afterward sold to and Tho Sea Island question is disposed of by authorizing the to chase lands at not five dollars per to on easy terms at not less than cost price to such and thought he A few evenings coming from the opera I saw a light in Mack's and thought I would call on As soon aa I opened the I saw tho carpet rolled up and over the His two companions there and they told me Mack had cut his Rum had done its Poor he placed himself before the mirror and deliberately cut his throat from ear to just after when no one was iu tho For fear of soiling the carpet he placed his neck on tho which was filled with The landlady did not wish him to die in her took him to I laid on a stretcher firmly fastened the awful gash up with silver I shed tears over Ho could not articulate but was still alive and the physician enid he might live a week and then next day 1 intended to lake a minister to his When 1 called at the hospital with some of his his empty and his body Jay in tho dead house 1 claim of my fate the hand a few years have been should like to see a smoking connected with your fine many young men pass their low concert to kill time in I the ings where they could enjoy reading money and out nest somo irce years in: a distant three years f temptation si rounding jl iwis infernal liquor master of and cause mo to commit at which I think Jw my sober Satan some relative to had Fu companions had been in Xo no no follow hiin to his last d1 in same ward had oilier An uld man of again thankful I'am in good real estate tho value is V i I be deceived facile Tender plantations ike the It is believed that the provision will as are wilting to mat be entirely to the freed men who availed themselves of Gen. Sherman's The er in authorized to furnish lights nnd buildings for schools wherever ers and moans of instruction arc vided by benevolent associations or The passage of the il Plights Hill has done away with many of the former provisions in re- to but it is continued till the civil courts are and aro admitted to them on terms of and tho States are represented in tho Civil Rights passed the of cs over the President's vote of 122 to 41, and became a Maw of the From this we mark mi em in tho country's rio longer stand be- tween and tho to to administered of men's equality on the And henceforth the infamous Southern loose and the statute books of vrill remain on the late lious to mark Uie infamy and barbarism that characterized tho traitorous hordes who would destroyed on its nuns a corner stono would have t J t H I of Ilic lian a tho of fill in in regiment ol the it thai 88ii enlisted men in Action while V 321 or iu a1 few cases
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