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Hillsdale Standard, The (Newspaper) - June 12, 1866, Hillsdale, Michigan u r r r NO. 1022. H B A S 1C- de tt 60 ffr Z. D. Hall fc J. P. LICENSED notice F. GEORGE A. COUNTY to for an in Will found lit residence of 3, Baldwin B. 64 DR. A. F. e near Ihe A. PHYSICIAN ANB In to o Office Hall A Mar Store T INSURANCE MICH. the Pott E. M. D. PHYSICIAN AND Waldron ft D. M. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office OTer ft Hrr door from C. C. M. D. PHYSICIAN Bel Dry flood ry J. near the College J. L. SURGEON with Parker R. s PHYSICIAN AND doors of Mich EVERETT PHYSICIANS AND Wilt attend to all their Office Hotel Residence went of Office A. PHYSICIAN AND Moll's Drug Manning Mich A. ECLECTIC lie and 03jl J. J. SURGEON OBIce 2nd S. PHYSICIAN AND RESIDENCE OFFICE corner of and one of Western DR. IN R. had twenty jeaM tn tlie treatment ol cures the In abort time Call and No charge for at MICH. WHEATON it LAND AGENTS AND to the and Real payment of attention paid to of Tax Office In Standard ATTORNEY lo ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW AND SOLICITOR IN Pout o. HENRY F. AT AND SOLICITOR IN Fai attention paid MICH. k WESTERN M. B t pat In the of repair lor the accommodation will with the beit the market O. J. ATTORNEY i COUNSELLOR AT LAW In Court Mich. L. SOLICITOR IN CHANCERY IX Pout COUNSELLOR AT And Solicitor la Office In J. 0. ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT AfD SOLICITOR lit WILSON ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW IN COLLECTIONS OP Pensions and Back Promptly attended Office Mich I. i o. O. S. EROF DEEDS FOR YORK at States Mich. LAND AND NOTARY oTer t ATTORNEY 4- COUNSELLOR AT Solicitor In Notary LICENSED WAR AGENT Mo and Back procured Bt t PLASTER M ROOM IS WELL BUSINESS will bi opined 33 IMC 1861. If jnn teannot wait 10 mj before attending a and at the School la belt n the Irtie of the April 1S08. SEPT. 26th, IK It Ii to In all t First-class Business Voder the control of GRIFFIN OF THE BUSINESS The public will tlie difference between is management of luta and which spring Into full o a and o her of a complete from the Terr nature of put In lo nil the of a long In a theie at will not be opened II all the modern or and put In ouch m will enable It to at equal rank with he Tux or hate their In thr and of CA b- One nd placing it In Ihe of following C. J. Dr F. and Ing E L It to be aid to them ai aa la In n GRIFFIN BUSINESS INSTITUTE S. S. CALKINS Jf C. P. In the Science of and on Political Ac. D. A. of An- la ft 0. H. of the and In- tn Tele- L. E. A W. A. of the In- In Practical and J. B. on 0. N. on and Voltaic tn Theoretical Telegraphy L. O. G. L R. A. C. I In addition the an efficient of litanti BUSINESS DEPARTMENTS with BANKS and be of and of doing tho be to and inferior to lu the We do NOT GUARANTEE our Power of Com- tn get all Its gradu hot we full and COMPLETE to oar we are not a tn do we lay lo 10 a a on a of Tuition for the full Com. time unlimited 00 24 00 45 DO etchers In n I J t children ud 1 7 or a we bj nna i aik for I t be for Hi THE FACTORY LOVE f i i i ii In a rural nestled in the hills of stands with a picturesque mill pond Several mers ago this place was the tempora ry of two young who traveling as their chief occupation seemed to con sist of sketching tho scenery of the which was celebrated for its Their arrival had created some stir among thu for without bath young men had n certain of ner which made them looked up and many a pretty factory as she tripped to look over her her cast back a if she met either of the handsome Although tho society of the village was unusually and the males remarkable for their there was one trained beyond all the in mind and sweet Edith She was an without sister or and lived with an aged whom she supported by her labor in the Edith was popular with every She was so considerate and that even who at first en- learned at to love The younger of the two whom we shall name soon became interested in this bo- it if and his constantly seeking her presence were any was certainly One day himself and friend had up some rocks on the steep from which the village was as they sat there The Lo com- caine down ready to start for back to ho I've had enough The fit for the good So tho two for fc than a week it was everywhere known in the vil lage he and Edith woro ed. you can content yourself with the precarious of poor he when he told his wu may be Edith answered with a look of her bright so confiding anil that Lovell adored her from that moment more than In a fortnight they were Lovell took to see his relations in the Southern city from whence ho Arriving a Phila the carriage drove up residence on She was dazzled by the glare of light that burst from the open is the said his wife to and taking icr into the superb its rosewood costly cm tains and gilded mirrors reaching from ceiling to house is Have you living here said at so much splendor and was my it is now am not a poor but a man rich in worl lly yet richest of ill in Several years have passed since and Edith has fulfilled all her foretold of She has is one CLANDESTINE i Own Account of His Journey from on Prior to His i i The following taken pr's Life of Lincoln While in Washington early in 1804, the writer called on the with Isaac N. member of from one of Lincoln's most trusted personal found him alone in wherein the Cabinet arc held the whose windows over- the bell of the factory and is one of green was immediately covered with most brilliant ornaments of the gins employed in wending their iu which she friend a fashionable and no greater contrast in way thither after them it was easy to recognize the and graceful form ol Edith Is she not Where can yon show me a person so like said with undisguised His companion made no reply for husband happiness exists than between these two former fi A handsome rural filled with the appliances of 1ms native every summer she a but then abruptly ed: I think it time we leave this quietly asked in you will that girl in love with yon if we do Your admiration is evident to all of her and are too honorable to hold out hopes you never intend to out hopes I never intend to fulfil don't think of ing tlie girl do you To be sure I donee yon said his com starting to his feet in angry in native she repair to visit who has been installed mistress of this pretty the Mother of a Soldier Slurred at Anderson Cincinnati June I. EDS. paper of you say There is no great eagerness for the hanging of The bust public opinion is that he ought to have been permitted to run or killed on the spot when and that he should now be set ashore upon the continent look and the ton At the request of the the President related the circumstances of his clandestine journey between Philadelphia and Tlie narrative is of etc. I am the mother of one of the bravest of volunteer who Lovell indulged in a hearty laugh served his country the late and then not 1 for a thousand She's only factory a lady of neither birth or but a simple country very good in her only no match for Fred and with the thousands of her nt under the treatment of What I want the Government whom men and for whom they were so cruelly tp assure their surviving will Shake this love pack trunk and let us be Lovell his I a more romantic man than you he I have some common sense in and I think I have brought it to bear upon this Wo have now been here one in which time I havo become with we bath left pretty well left I of the Think of presenting her to is that wo arc not to be in- your fashionable friends in town j suited by the liability of meeting that murderer face to face in the streets or highway of his native I cannot imagine that tho Government contemplates inflicting such a on its own as this wo had a right to demand his there is not one of us who would not almost have given their own life to have beon lowed to take in the of the world there has never been an instance of a man who has so barbarously in with uries and and aa it to by the very polite government for whom our poor boys have been Is lo havo his health carefully who refused to shelter from the Ihe heat and the the sick and dying of our army Dying a thousand deaths in this monstrous without a friend to help nearest and deal expected to sit by with complacency and read the reports of this man's ties 5 OH witli a firm no woman there willing to mako a tion that knew whom I would bo The city girls aie so of BO for wealthy and really so ig- of household affairs that a man of my taste to marry one ot them would bo I am not fond of gay think it wastes too much precious I want a wife who will be and not in- volve me in a round of balls and other I do not wish to be a a few friends are a in his as Philadelphia on the 21st. I agreed to stop bver and on the following morning hoist the flag over Independence In the evening there was a crowd where I received mv at the Continental a warm personal friend from sent for me to to his I and there found Mr. a skilful police also from who had been ed for some days in watching or searching for suspicious persons Pinkerton informed me that a plan had been laid for my the exact time when I expected to go through Baltimore being publicly He was well infi rmed as to the but did not know that the conspirators would have pluck enough to execute He to go right through with him to Washington that night I didn't like I had made en- to visit and go from there to and I re- solved to do so. I could not believe that there was a plot to murder me. I made with Mr. for to phia the next if I should bo convinced that there was danger in going through to I told him that ifi I should meet at as I had at other a to go with mo to the next I should feel and go When I was making my way to my through crowds of I met Frederick We went together to my when he told me that he had been at the instance of his father and General to inform mo that their tives in Baltimore had discovered a plot there to assassinate me. They knew nothing concerning Pinkerton's I now believed such a plot to be in The next morning I raised the and jor Mr. Mr. Lamon and There I met the Legislature nnd and waited until the time appointed for me to In the Mr. Judd had so secured the tele- on tbe I J 'The New York las passed a law prohibiting tin free pass railroads in that By a provision of the law al passes were taken up oh the first of The have been heavy on editors as trot caught a from We THJ that a number of these wretched beings accumulated at the principle points along tho line of the New York Central pally nt ITtica and Their passes playing and havi of course they had to stop over until they could hear from One editor telegraphs to his mo some Five dollars will do 5f sent Don't tlie paper in if you can possibly aroid rendered savage and telegraphs to his foreman Sell that office send on We don't need it in warm Discharge the P. our Legislature flag over Independence then went on with Mr. great and I shall to excite commiseration for Government again re- glad to gather me olu of the right but ous visiting I I think I have found just the partner I require in Miss She is sim in her 1ms common and withal possesses a large share of personal and ii I mistake the power of very If I marry her and take her to the intuitive she has this to a ble soon supply any de- I don't I could a better she has no in In know whore 11 How can sing with untaught and as for jabbering don't see how that could make her She would soon learn with her I care more to have a wife than possessing only super- i her family Recollect who your grandfather And was a worthy I but Besides I am above the talk of. I little they we're of loyal or peasant I believe with that worth makes the and the only dation I; acknowledge is of if you on it. I know say you would for it The n r friends no If had a and ild take his fate Should the quire volunteer what amount does it expect from the families of are lying at An- befriend those the thousands who Will tho press whom all other powers A BEREAVED Claims T against tUe m In a communication from ry McCulloch submitted by Senator it ia estimated that per will be necessary for the payment of interest upon the guaranteed bonds of tho Pacific the estimate being The balance of unpaid claims of the States under the act of July 27, 1801, indemnifying them for war ex penses amounts to The estimate for unadjusted claims of individuals on file the Third is In the Third Auditor's office claims on the pay and bounty is estimated at on account of for monies deposited by Inutile ordinance and medical AH claims in the Second Auditor's 468. side offered a colored but the counsel for the de- fense the court decided Eights is i graph that no communication could pass to Baltimore and give the con- knowledge of a change in my In New York some friend gave me a new beaver hat in a and in it had placed a soft wool I never worn one of the latter in my I had this boK in my Having informed a ft funds of the secret of my and the cause I put an old overcoat that I had with and putting the soft hat in my I walked out of the at the bare- without exciting a special Then I put on the soft hat and joined my friends without being by for I did noi look like the same Suroner and Hunter wished to company said you are and your presence might be will only take Lamon Marshal of this whom and Mr. ner and Hunter fult We to and found a message from P. had returned to that the conspirators had held their final meeting that and it was doubtful whether had the nerve to attempt the of their I as tho arrangement had been in a special We were a long time in the at I heard people but no one observed me. At an early hour on Saturday at about tho time expected to leave in One poor who h caught a long way from small town on the Illinois nearly despairs getting back This is his Mny 11, f DEAR mjr tother clothes for will and nt Had mv linen duster for nnd my ex- tra will to po for bo able to make n light breakfast on n man silver comb nnd a pair of shears which I to with me. Don't when I shall be aide to get It will depend a good deal on Ihu Don't marry for a few there Is n bare possibility of my getting A St. Lawrence Co. tor telegraphs his assistant If tny loiter out out that puff New York Central Railroad Give them something about Swindling Send me ten The editor of the Podunk Stuffed Club telegraphs his DEAR SAM Forward me all the money jou even if it H five editor of that hireling whose puny efforts to rival the Stuffed have so often excited our the ing tool of the whom I ed to if fie dared to address has just refused me the loan of half a Ye gods his course during the war in n column double it us able as you can. P. the Club with all itd n eight on the head of tlut Guilt the Xew York A Buffalo who had his pass taken up attempted to make his way home on He got as far as Syracuse he gave shoes gave out some days and he had hoofed it all along and dropped by the Ho is performing the remainder of on board of a bull head canal Walking A Gentleman in -t Morning has tho Will countenance During yesterday's drenching rain we met a gentleman having on an India rubber the skirt of at the lower was expanded by means of a strip of similar to that assumed by the ladies on of venture to ad- the aa affords al protection Iho lower as does to the headland particularly so iii the event of high further predict the amount of com- fort derivable troni this will ensure its general of were 6fT'the" ort A of rtn I- con- Jo i-l oo from to on the said he was never passed so much every train passed ho has some ling He there are nine thousand four hundred and sixty two ties hud between those two only one hundred and of them showing signs of dc There arc one thousand seved dred nnd one telegraph all be ing peeled of their except two hundred and A large number of the press gang who live in Eastern New and who had been arc stopped at the Pennsylvania lino nimble to get any They are anxiously watching and waiting over the for It Will require a whole string of suckers to go Tho Atlantic and Great Western Company havo very kindly extended to them the use of tanks to lodge in. The following dispatch has passed over tho wires from N. to the of tho Posey Poon May 15, 18C3. Editor of Potty County i emaciated and nits picked up in the woods in this vicinity who had apparently been n for days without IIo could no intelligible account of but on searching him tlie were in hii 1' 1 lend greatly pair wooden 1 paper All pass on Co. Plank A Idler from the County indorsing as an attache of that and superintendents extend lite usual He is quiet nnd inoffensive for the most but h seized with art in which he for nnd furi- until I can make out only a fuw At- broad n it we thought If you know anything of this wretched please inform me nt Poor Wo the unfortunate brethren of the tripod our not having anything else to Lot us catch the Ohio Legislature ing such a trick on thats Cincinnati The The Democratic party fond boasting of its to with great anxiety to nave the Union and charging with all kinds of disunion demand guarantees for the future from the are glib fellows who thus charge tho party who saved the nation with being The Detroit Post They the men who declared that secession was not They are the men who declared that coercion of rebellion was They aio the men who styled Union soldiers and They are the men who threatened fire in the of our gallant These men opposed the raising an army by They opposed the raising of armies by They opposed and denounced any measure by and through which the was They declared that the Union cause should not have a man or a if they could prevent it. They called the war for the Union in unholy They denounced Abraham coln as a and They opposed allowing our liers to and when hey did that their votes were Every rebel of the North belonged o their and does 15very and from the draft belonged to and docs They concocted conspiracies in the of the They organized treasonable Their followers murdered and mobbed draft Their in New York got up the most disgraceful riot ever cnown in American Their most exalted leaders were chosen from the most bitter enemies of the Union in the Every one of tho rebel leaders was member of their They declared the war a that it ought to and went nto a Presidential contest with a failure for a candidate on that Their allies and agents maintained Jo I documents to the They form a part A curious dejeuner was Paris one Sunday in by M enormous for- a million alleged scat on are things daily talked of and displayed in 'The guests in a with green Breakfast was oaten followed boll and all ies And the guests find them -In where there eighteen had alao 14., En coffee and and ined fj i t ml jt tho the late reasonable correspondence with They rejoiced over and over Union They opposed the establishment f national and declared it By every act and of treason is they in- ured the national credit and tarnished the national honor at Their party was and is the cle of every from missed compelled to officer dis- the Union or resign on account of Tho following official have been given the Fenian of the of the of Canada To the People cf British We come among you as the of the rule in Ex- from that native land of ours by the oppression of British racy and our people ed down to the emigrant or to that of ment tho jj pur countrymen torn from their ilies and friends and hurried into the prison pens of England our country subjected to a. foreign tyranny which the mass of the Irish people makes poverty ami misery the sad rule of their covering our fair land with graves and wretched eliciting from liberal minds of England ex- of shame for the ment and indignation for the We have taken up the word strike down the oppressor's to deliver Ii eland from the tho the Wo have our oaths tinon the altar of our country in tho full view of and sent up our vows to tho throne of Him who inspired Then looking about us for tho enemy we find him Acre here in your whore ho is most vulnerable and con- venient to our and havo sworn to stretch forth the armed hand of and grapple in earnest with Tho battle has and we pledge ourselves to all the sacred of gling lo follow it at any cost lo. either ol two tho absolute political independence and liberty of or the demolition of our We had no issue with the people of these and ish to havo none but the most friendly Our weapons arc for the oppressors of Our blows shall only be directed against iho power of land her privileges alone shall wo not We do not pose to divest you of a solitary light cowardice or To the crime of sneaking cry they added the infamy of black ingratitude to those whose ism and bravery saved them and their BOJIS from Their newspaper and none but refused to hoist the Union until compelled to do so. Their last vice President was a rebel their last President a conceited and traitorous and his predecessor was the author of a letter to the rebel leader aging and pledging the Northern Democracy to sustain re- bellion in arms in case of resistance to Thin is tho those the papers and men who have the unblushing to charged the party whoso exertions and policy saved the public from with Do they imagine people forgotten so or that they receive political amnesty with their brethren have soon you now We will assail and only tho rights that arc ed and enjoyed by the of Great the right to make her American possessions the field and base of operations in a war against an We come to in- stall out selves in her and tuin them her in a war for Irish We er as murderers nor for plunder or We are hero as tho Irish army of liberation tho friends of liberty against or democracy against of the people against their of the ballot the privileges of of progress and development right or wrong to conduct this contest according to the laws known to honorable in a manner worthy of the high object for which we and the sublime sentiments which actuated In a our war is with the armed power of and not with tho not with these Against England upon land and until Ii eland is fi eo And all who raise an arm to defend to trate ur defeat belong to the com- mon and as such be dealt AH wo know how to nize the services of our so also do we know how to punish the depredations of our Our woik for Ireland wd to your lo determine your natural and standing and and sLall rejoice to and to these limitless colonies spring from the foot of a foreign throne as free and as proud as New To that yearn t aspiration after Charles the Pittsburg non will send a twenty inch cannon to the Paris This will bo 22 feet 5 1-2 feet in diameter at the and will weigh It will be com- and elegantly mounted on an iron carriage weighing eight with nil needful and will bo accompanied by specimens of the and each 100 pounds of It will cost Mr. of eigners an idea of tho style of field pieces we are capable of turning out in The Catholic Telegraph speaks of the Fenians as of a Don including the cost This win give for- are the and generous-hearted and patriotic Irishmen of our country to bo duped by this insane Prof. Wheatstone has ascertained that the duration of tho electric ppark does not exceed tho five thousandth part of a ball would appear ry if by the and the wing of an insect that moves ten thousand times a would at infernal machine was ed last in the of a house in Mercer New Warned by appearance of. few powder on the the proceeded to ine and it pieces without is preparing an account of bis adventures on 'the tens for the presume it called The i Ii I 41 Ii wimp narrowing -on a mountain top ged and killed Tho' boon f or ing for liberty and natural independence the breast of every true son of every to your own manliness we leavo those questions for con- that tho dwarfed development of vast resources and natural made the chilling of English in wretched contrast with the national dignity and stupendous material prosperity of neighboring people of the United under the stimulus of and democratic In- constitutes a stronger ar- gument in favor of with of the revolution in pot condition which this comparer son than any discussion of the questions involved which wo could To Irishmen throughout these we in the en of British iniquity nnd Irish misery arid tho name of our murdered our deserted our millions of lamino our ed name and forth hand of brotherhood in the holy of and umite tho tyrant where we in his work of murdering our nation and ting our We our from tunes inflicted by the tyranny you are or from have been forced to enter the ranks of the not lo be tho willing instrument of death or If Ireland spanks to vou in the truest im- pulses of your obey If you recreant to the first your engraven of your ing not tho hand of the to strike down the of Erin No of can you from the natural Jaw that your allegiance to tp to the of i of of branch of pence grasp of
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