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Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - August 3, 1847, Hillsdale, Michigan TIID she O 3. TOR nir of in aimed here day nn ihr Paul from It for account of the IN THE CORN The Journal of Commerce corn U now i r or The from broucht fotti of of Ohio of Lieut. Col. fir morc than the Tlic the From three companies nf under command of the companies of under landed where it is row Paul niie of the m- the nf Tium Newport The tit ilie Jill Indian i inent Irate for the Km u sji 1 to i ul the best men in The prile ol the state his deen recent lier hate come forward with to assert her and THE or Unno of the no to tbe from w Inch it ied ol the tree anJ ol Puebl at i. i transition 01 The vi tlie United States the underpinned the cuil ot he upon list of duties an to as fir tlie of the nn I bein of iit n I been abandoned to for- the consignees fur the The purchase toul ami the owners they will suffer a still The administration its supporters must not bo to evade the bv They over and over 9Kjin. without that the i in the corn the were produced by for and other Hi was ted the relaxation el our reductive Th e not hut absurd to last lt in. hy men from candor .md in- til better might hive been ex- and they be held to their until shamed lato a of error have a file of the Star to March It at Verb i in of who i mon. tin been appointed of by n of Lt. W. A. who has to the Their to be n good the Com- module as tit the respective the former exercising mi tlic in- Col. for a tune 10 appears hue to be IT On b nrd S II 7. HIT We arrived in otic and from Define we Ind a trom WHIG 15 THE unable our out lait in of nut receiving material from catt as si we tri aj shall jive 52 u vti fcr the th null THE NEXT Imr been held in a to will line of Of tbe Loco Native 1. 1. exist m 1, and ivill We ask ofthe a thick an 1 thin ui tun ana ins ceased to predict all satis of fiom from Gen foi Col. him hn whole raiment 50 or from thu by any extrinsic or Its to respect and to the of to take c ne thu the rights ol its inhabitants are secured in the most ample the con- struction of the Stales allons lo ny tlie privilege of liu in whatever hu may The undersigned is to the and nl the anJ inhabitants ol the a- each and or and nuic the that Ins no less demand the fulfilment of in- he to their f to and to and they w to t harmoni and ami lo tJin the anil ofthe It is the United States to procure for as as possible a free Government that nl ill soon the rights ol tree in the choice of their own who mat enact such laws as deem best adapted tu their interests and Hut until this takes tlie laws actually in winch arc not repugnant the of the United will continue in force until they are revoked competent and persons in the exercise of public will for the present remain in provided to discharge their The undersigned bt these all the of of any allegiance to the Republic uf and regards as of the United Those who and able will be respected and protected in their but any one lake up arms a- gainst the of tlm 01 join such as do he will regard as and will be treated When Mexico Slates in tlie litter hid not lime to the to join their as but found lo take of the its falling into the hands ol some European In doing this there nu th il some iome unauthorised were committed persons in the set of the and that in some uf the tants hate sustained in These losses shall be dull tut and those who ate entitled lo indemnification shall receive it. For California hns suffered creat domestic like poisoned Hud pestilence over tins These fountains arc mm dried the stars and stripes nou float and as long as the sun ill shed will continue to wave over anil over the mes of the and uier those who shall a ia her and under the protection of flag agriculture ad- and the arts and will flourish like seed in a rich arid fertile Americans and from forth one Let us indulge in one let that be lor the peace and of our Let us We m the emot ment ot all advantages from Mr. liberal If it failed to all tint K for the ol the the is inherent in the and be ascribed to fortuitous And mest lell us tint farm to New for a foreign a loss to the that m addition to the ot tlm he will have to for Is assurance equal to a of witli facn stating it in the The editor ofthe Mr. Polk's pet re- cently long as the present remains ihc of s must remain Will he now Gen. Kearney has been i; j and Ins every tint expected been to Col. S. m mere a baring been sent n hete ill for nit m New goae the direct fur vessel ii the one but XTC expect the others here Tlm is a about 60 or TO miles to the The town nf Buena n only Our tiag flies on and theie ate in port. In fict ate no of by nnd elections arc vet fj be held m in an J Man and it fur ilie to eject ST of members tu be to a enn hope any On ihc other 2C additional will change the m lliu nnd it n they are to come When tlm Locu in House n the must mini voice nf the people with had developed lobe occurred our It is tint tbe of our to for and that v were tn resist the upon the on the of He ably annoyed by the iil march from suit t i C to 23d. and tn rrach bli m Hf Ind not arrived .it the latter n late the In reference tn Scutt's nunu HP wn Tt on the 30th lenience tn do so. I cordially the object of the and anticipat Will the I its IPU on llw l to teil to account to the corn of Tennessee lor the state of things described by his Hie of The claimed that iho 15U> in all its knen want of congruity in certain and intend to changes as experience should to be Cut under that in the farmers got for their while under Mr. Walked beneficent u 13 norse than nothing to the western OP 1'rnm tne N. O. .So lias of thu nf of the from the yellow that Dr. K. U. the head ofthe of Health in that has felt it his duty to make a full exposition ol the facts of the case that may be Ilu IMS accordingly transmitted to Governor John son statements of the mortality in Vein from the 1st ol May to the of June various explanatory lifter Dr. Barton arrived in the Municipal upon liU a board of submitted the enl By the of ilie Sterling at Ime been received trom Oregon City to the middle of A letter in tlie Spectator of the 10th. the emigrants by the route as hating the most especially from The Legislature convened on the 1st, and A. The Governor's commences by noticing the settlement ot the Oregon controversy ind sais that U. S. officers tmy soon be ex to take op thu He leaves u entirely to iho Legislature to decide whether they shall await iho sion them ot the laws of the U. or enact such temporary laxis as are The Post office needs and he advises the reduction of postage to five aents for letters and one cent for new The concerning tho sale nf ardent spirits also fairly un of Mr. and hu including the and ihn Sub hive been fully and condemned by the of the and his been done in advance of of sty in because m the c of the Guv eminent has been avoided by a resort to Joans foi the means of prosecuting tlie remedy that only postpones nn ev il and have been saved from the uf the and refers to m reply to are fur will appear in tlm In the mean will tlir of tlm recent election in New to till vacancies in tbo tiou from that Ida follow ing article from give tu v upon the that hu volunteered to frr It is well known that in Menco of tbe church ia not subject to tax whatever n contributed Irom HIM lie the for the harbor at the to whose control was condition hoo 1. The keepers of cemeteries weic re- quired to make regular to the which is thus placed in possession of connected with the mortality in the From the teller lo we are to We do so but give enough to relieve apprehension entertained in some few cases Icier here and have in New the mortality would be much less than u is 11 is the disease ivu have Inen I with ot our foolish it because the name it and fall victims tu a ridiculous far there is no and the fatal cases have occurred men who would have died any where with fever nf and fearlessly assure jou that if I could regulate 'the ol our would lake ihe and still List of Mortality nl from Mity to 10 of nf from in. Its 1T8 10 4J 71 II tl 7 OU ot pilots of the and some sures to seamen from Tlie jail of the city has been burned and a new one M Complaints fiom the their land is encroached on bv tlie are commended to The emigration this short of that of hit about chiefly to the tide having tinned towards The subject of education is also urged upon their The hate been and the condition of the territory is ifc 51 os like and mutually stine ihc and our beautiful within n shun lul to be not only but and of 1st day of ol the ol our and Uni- ted States the 7Kt. U.S. A. of or Tin The Junk built m the feet breadth of PJ fret Her a from 3'J She built of and Her m arc she Her cables are of i sod Ui feet eet u ult. nuh Of A.C. In large nix 'M ami ti out cj with n She it liur one M- 1 1111 tbc one on i-j i M II une tu the buns to heel uf in the to the rudder nut of the black her fore m Intl. Hut nine un a pamti J enJ fide of the rudder is ro a- to lit will in a Ki on licr Her crew nj mil Sue named and has a of two at iil on the 23J cf She hit m 1 la A but las irii a nf N Y. cu IMI Jour and other Locofoco had better let politics in ing of the Chicago know i cry well that their parly is the has crushed this Harbor nnd while the Wings are and have been its con- stant and true No one the feelings of the party on thu subject better thin the editor of the Chicago Hum In one the t cry copies ol that piper the in the first sentence ot O has been under current in our imn party against the present Contention since the project Kvery body knows tint thu is tho' we knew that they luted their r the people's we to be silent on topics uppermost in every honest man's A few leading went up to il judicious commingling ul fire and they I go a length fur the object without injuring their dearer pun They declaimed against any attempt to introduce party and in advance and a ot w hum even they could not s that hu unsound on anv American though he entertain ami some doubts uf stripping the treasury of Us lo improve our by a heavy outlay of for the prosecution ol the existing war it In spite of their a of which we informed by a majority were adopted which iv voted against session uf Congress nnd they will oppose next We you liad better be Com. Adv. Cou 510 notes ol the State of a sailor and female ships in Ihc On the right cud a left end On the genuine note ate two one of the Northern the other of the On She there is but une is will and lated tu good judges ot or Lake News ofthe 10th has the ing in reference lo the probable loss of the Schooner We fear belief of the tint the hns been with all on u mil loo hate for some tune purposely ab- Irom the fears that u for or three weeks been lor the safety of the on Lake left this puit foi Anse on the 13th and since winch no been heard of But as all now guen up by our we regret we are compelled to an- that she has undoubtedly been lust and that all on found a having probably gone down on the night ofthe at which time it is known that a set ere gale raged on the had on toard seien and in ofthe hating at the in of the illness of who was de- on Among the J. Woods ami K. of 1'untiac, and L. C. Smith and all of whom hid been employed by the National Mining and were their way to its Tho names of the other wo are tinnble to or ol the until the return ol has gone up the with a new of the Caribou in the hope some trace of the as she must hate been somewhere in that ty at the time the gale The ers of the we Messrs. ol Trado and the Sub by iho existence of famine in Such an unnatural of tilings cannot lung The of from from an our 35- be checked by an abundant with specie it is difficult in understand how the ex- orbitant of the Government can be met. Only reflect upon it. The Sub ry requires duties to be m 5old nnd as as be sent to to defray the expends from but will Here is created a which will came cie out of thu long as the war and cm this Ifo ed alter the balance fit it has been fur The exportation of anv considerable amount specie must necessarily occasion n the rci m and in the finances ofthe The already to be prepared for which it the uf to Such w ill doubtless be though success cannot be reded It is for us tu publish all ll c ters ID ilia Chicago Convention anJ to gite preference to over others so we shall b of our ow n Mr. McClelland n justly entitled thinks uf fur IIP of be aNu the mite of a Locofoco member of from the Em- It th members deeply with a uf cringing to than We Inve little doubt that a of dis in the similar and we should tint their free would those who hate the to wish for power to obliterate hate Uut tbe rec. urd is nf iho Veto uf the ation ihe Hillsdale 1 let H done Thn pirt thu been the other modes It denounced and heretics against Ihe holy and against who are with our and full well tint in to A high of that drawing a contrast between tho United nnd other including has pronounced Ins decisive thai branch of the occupies moro ground m this and with mcra prosperity strength thin m any other The position anJ the public maliun which many uf our Iho intelligence and uncial t this 11 is not as a religions but as nn of the Catholics luok upon us w ith n It their own retain their the sustain their men hierarchy hnh orer the which down the rat ofthe ty into the ignorance anil they are thus solicitous and It is it zeul for the mammon of not for the of inspires and animates the In this ofthe il may matter of grave if the church con- to a and the fuel uf the immense uf the in shall ke left whether they be to remain at the anil to to tain tlie war against and policy not equally dictate lint they should at be llif the and beneficial fiom it. With discretion and the it imy hive a influ the action of Congress and the Kxe Much and may be before the and the tion may atsume an entirely from what it has moved in the and a very hat ami lo the U Mat 20. am obliged to you for kind in me an tiou KI attend the Internal Im- will meet in Chicago in will put it out j to be tint I am. deir Mr. W. L. BT lo H. We have no mails from hu tdu C. tlie celebrated uf an J editor of tha div The been but contain of except whit M con- in the dispatches already hid reached Put mi I Can is lo luve been tho wholo of Ins but some lea and a small piece of After a deal diys we had M ten r l my IiO liu I Father got to nearly like your I thought were ay upon iho lica was nil 1 ever man but I the During the whole two could gel in cat in the suffered I thought it was t myself again for after at brazos in the I bad nothing the day and night we camped there ind next with but one hard I had to march 9 with the sand over to the mouth of the Grande That it 4 or 0 men to keen a breath of in The stood by me all the night n tlie morning 15 men were sent to the but I would not be Here we were a Steamboat for miles by Ian J and bv wa- 225 miles by Ian J and bv Tlie Uio Grande you lure so The courier and his tram and on the inch of ins against tde w The effort used to our troops to desert been The limited .it lull nf who ran but lud nut three leagues before came touk their and stripped Idem of tiling but their liave been received at ton City from Vera with as late as tlie Mth The mi far as it lias is nut such as to justify inn is m tbe On tde appear tint will uf a m Ins own silion in all anil line of from tint m and 1'rcsi for Taylor for Ilie HARM THE II TO re- nf the as a means of oil the W. Ci of has been appointed U. S. District Attorney fur tint thern of A good of Con- at its late a ex- from a of less Ex Gov. w inns nf died at his in How the had been much in public O. ol the steamboat uas morning ass lulled on a wharf at this place bv an inan fiom the mineral John who thrust a Unite in thu left side of Captain below the dealt and was a second blow he ily The w to is not considered ami the we learn is doing The lit we un- m nn tive tu the fellow's Mr. the credit fJi the and arrest of July 10. learn thai a was accidentally shot whilst silling ihc ihc of Mr. about one mile north of The circumstances as we have been ed are that a Mr. on ncs Iiy of was shooting with a ihc residence nf Mr. A. L. and or CO rods from where ihe lady was from his rille passed in at the struck ihe lady under or behind the or the knocking out several and coming nut Die side of the ou the side from where it Persons cannot lie too careful whiUt as ihe hall docs not take the di- rection The lady tie understand is doing very and hopes arc entertained for her although at the time of tho dent it was supposed she could not Joseph Co. Adv. i t. TO CHII child ul was ou the 5th hy pulling u visiting in its it to play with n Inch mother It died in fight An ofa cant 4t.ux-.. il that the ur Ot lead It i- truly noble ground fur a chief magistrate ns it linn that arc made upon executive when only will increas my dovv down to confess that we ting with much pleasure the outlay tint be m in the wax to our under til lint upon calm reflection arid a careful ding of the veto message we .Ue i belief Hut we looking at benefits we us a to linn uputi the cl it was tu hate upon tlie as a the first the ola 3Iexir.ui war mil Hire it- are rapidly and war would v in under more thin n ow Mi held nt the new Capital Uie at which Gen. was recommended lo the people igan as a suitable fur tho 1're'iili-ncv. Members of both political participated in tdc A Committee Hon. Jims and Messrs E. S. S. W. was appointed to with ilie friends of Gen. lor in other sections m the upon the subject of A composed of K. J. S. 1'atrick and appointed to wan also with the friends of Gen. in nnd to adopt measures fur the nomination of an electoral at an early tributaries of the upper have been considerably high of as is usual in such much lun been A number of taw mills were de- and immense of logs and lumber carried lo pans Tlie age done at Pints IM Hydraulic on the race burned on the morning On tbc Ht. us 1 n-s to us It has long been amongst and with tbe largest papers published m tbe Wi st. We must be permitted to congratulate the Journal upon the happy results thus far timely and untiring exertions in tbe cause of and Hiver and to express a strong confidence that ay maintain where circulate the ANN 1617. Dear sir Your favor enclosing an tion of the committee of to attend Harbor and convention a- bout to be held at came duly to engagements which cannot be put it out of my power to be present with you on The interest which Michigan has in the safe and convenient navigation nf ihc Croat and the improvement ofthe Harbors out which it can never he will in- sure co-operation of this State and its in support of all judicious appropriations that With my acknowledgements to your com- fur the kind attention which ed private and ments of J my dear Your W. L. A ijj 2-JJ, 1617. I regret neither in ance with the invitation ofthe nor one of the from this shall I be able lo attend the Harbor and about to assemble in your city on 5th of July The course sued by myself cm the Riter and Harbor lull in the is the best assurance 1 can give that I shall not look with ence on the proceedings That no appropriation was made by the last for the improvement cf the bors ul aic no fault of Nor can 1 while war is tu obtain and the payment nf a doubtful practically I to extend slave at the cost of dreds of millions of and thousands of unless it shall soon no however could be cd to save ou our property worth more than all that Mexico ever justly to say nothing of hundreds of lives sacrificed every from want of sale and accessible I Jl. To Messrs. U. and Col. U. Campbell's first regiment of volunteers numbered brave men on their march to 350, ratin ul gallant regiment turned with their Colonel to their Col. T. of Tennessee numbered on their march to Only of rank with Col. lo their and friends their wites and children and other and The rest of and sickness and disease and and have consigned tu an in a foreign far from then n without winding tell or where they Poor mournful and vacant are many loved homes anil but the bleeping dead n reposo beneath the burning ul an inhospitable thrown and there they must icst till the loud trump the nations of the catth to bland ilie Hod of Whig The foi lowing extracts from a private letter have been us for are nuch about is the f stream and tit's most desolate country I ever aw in my Tho whole is not worth a red hat may expect to hoar from me We am about present through Ilia col- HUM of piper and they nuy a series concerning that celebrated which das in many and various cures in thu and other during the fivo Vaughns Vegetable Mixture is tlm article to which wo frankly uay tint wo have been at tde nf tlie and that we believe it has greit or it Id not have established tbe fame far which it We are not of thoso who believe hum in H so easily ns are apt tn and a worthless nostrum cannot itself live i litre 0-ort extract from a shown us hy the thought I would the article for w of be- fore introducing U a single small bottle instantly relieved me. I then it to fur all resolved to test it I was astonished at results in all and must to tlo of u universal Dated July IS L. L. Druggist Header go to the get a and learn His is seen under thy mix of Great American Tor sale by W. Tuu relieved from those dreadful fear blie almost thing but go and box of Hi's celebrated Worm them lot our according to tho directions and my word fur it in one chill will be w time I have never them to from a member of one nl the companies re- in this Northern pait of this which left about the and is attached to the same that of Capt. C IM June 10, 17. Dear Mother I have not been able to write to you or I should Inve done so. so weak I can hardly hold pen You tee that my hand trembles like your I feel bad that I did nut come homy before I left for 1 could not well do it. I did how ever visit dear sister and probably for the last time in my be- foic I came and I suppose she has in- formed lung before this of the I left her with a heavy for I felt tho' it tem the last time I should ever see I still hoped to gee jou all once hut 1 can hardly expect it the and I have seen them in hundreds uf and in one case in when thn child voided ne trly a pint of Kest sured that they are tlm How il tha trill seu their children filler fur dijs the most m stead this will trifle tho the with until the strength becomes ex- h and nnd and shall I shall never come out I. Says what say to tale a s prospect nf a fight tainly be in and I am certain of The Mexicans arc thick mound and occasionally one is The other I went out with our Let me shoot I. have had one shot it's my tutu and he Up ed Her skinned and fell fixed this think ii but what 1 a poor in on a throat cut car to He was out catching a not moie than rods from It was but nothing to what we As we passed along from the or in to this we saw the remains of 4-.' wagons which had been burned and the bones nf nearly human and some from oui own State; but enough of I am a soldier for something about thn and how they carry it how I got and what I passed arc filled with 1111 Hied m's Worm Lozenges in child might been restored and bless them fur means they nude me ol its They are pleasant to tlm and can she given without any or Hue W. W. with the of of in the and weariness of bitter in the Such is tho and such tho symptoms uf many a Iho which is and remedy always successful in curing Try and judge for Tor by W. agent Hillsdale At St. on the luth Ret. John V. Van Mr. R. tn Miss L. both of in to Dixon Alter my return finding thn Captain me. June 12th, 18 17. E. W. of your accompanied by your very kind was duly and I if attend the Circumstances over which I have nc control may but I shall not any occurrence ur I got the ready started Sunday fili m in Some of the weic drunk and some Wo had no below tlie Captain and I had charge of ihc whole We in this way We then took a doat and arrived safely at we met Capt. Bill's Here we found John poor fellow he will nut live being sick most of ihc On ing we lo an old deserted without a pane of and no blanket or any thing to sleep on or cover 1 caught cold and was taken with a severe pain in my side and which I have not yet got and probably never I lay paying 5U a day fora and 00 lor a and no Mother to lake care of inc. Uut thu was a marline Tho order for marching came in the night and in the night ivu with hogs and into a small Yuu inay form some ion of what my being We had nothing lo cat but hard bread and nut lit imd In ou the 2-Td inst in the ol his AGENTS FOB THE Mr. Tribune New is the authorized Agent in that fur the Hillsdale Mr. ii aliu out in N. Third ami nut SO 5uie S C Corner No. 164 Nassau N. Y. to receive Subscription and tising Jmt at this and for the Land TTE existing be- tween tho under tn and firm of has tdis day been dis- solved by mutual and tlm bo conducted by S. 51. who is duly to cf iiic lato July 2 J. n5 DRIED a for no URE and HOLLAND GIN for ralent mid TN always at a4 KENTUCKY at
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