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Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - November 9, 1847, Hillsdale, Michigan J a S i CLAKK pub I foil urn THE DIFFUSION OF OK ALL ABUSES AT TlIC II All OF per Alumni in tf not paid within VOLUME NOV. 1847. NUMBER 19, THE WHIG in s season of tho u very modest has nnd it storms and and although he had mingled ihe Lake sea at bar which knows no is first to admonish and at many of tho cetera 82.10 if I us by the thundering sound of its breakers ces where men may occasionally bo found they along tho that autumn ho was For days tho placed in the company ot He been dancing attendance trembled when a pretty girl speak to and like a culprit at tho stand ling of when ho waj called upon to could never ex- night of to a Lako or account for t singular o Ho and tie as as clothes till subsequently managed matter? and things in can be known by application to hh dear as it may there are all over tho but tho of wedded life draws the beforo the 1 column I black 1 i i n i 23 and tho among but 3J v. Tho blew would him Lucv Ann Limions a ram 11.111, but a petticoat on ot thc of which should drive into n j while off with tho a-d endurance of 400 m Invn relaxed TUB UKK jisn I ui y u J i lie uu ill HI IT in 3 IT for a but they ate ending on j The following clear ad i us of calling to He I scription of in uch and jt of the toon haxe n force under of the American under was about miles his Wo must now change tho fiorn day of its leaving in an tho tho deep roar of thc waves as they A London letter of the in tho V. in tho old tho system of granting leases for building on lands j near to has to such u pitch as to to the a Lucy Ann had Tho preliminary step to et her for and dutei mined chase thc litla to u few acres of Forwarders ami is At itie corner nf Mich. 1IENUV Forwarding and Commission tumbling to the heaid above the of the and added sub- limity and tenor to ihu As Burns would 1 on hU thit The a continual combat with thc Ever on the and was miserable out of her company as ho was timid in as to thu that im Lucy Knit bhirt ixo them to us well u her interest to sue for Washington Here tho old talk of and let the lanJ out on building the Cabinet tint leases at a moderate fora will be period not exceeding character of thu At the end of this and upon his ro i hemmed i tho house or houses upon it. and of thu of the j put h its At ami Itsi MICH. W. I und huny out its lie is with u of To the squatter of tho far 1SIG. till 15 17. Dining who in his own person has whole the army hm never been c s th i from thc head of tiain r for in topi left and on their noi the air Scott did but on tho duy with I the knows A Corner nf Union Kail p or II i uy 1 he second day s march WM thr wria I which narrow mid over I but still nut IMS occupation at IIM declared to him the until ho the strength it to tor thy ob ly that blie loved him und was miserable has an absolute land from and her this system appears tho height of i In 1SIO. Taylor ordered in life depended upon being thu who puts money to Corpus on tho patt was At last j out of his n mere nominal of tho in view war A lee a broken an anchor f uf followed winch might havo Jack never f t Tho MICH T. MITCH i MICH. diess C. Counsellor at ASP is alt to Mich. me I noi a day may bring and jocund L. i; Counsel In r at JA'S 1C. Attorney i; Counsellor at promptly all OF KICK fesiton iu Even gale and the wreck tho they but have a plank upor he I reach the distant lie knows l was has been iho Miss soundly but plank him I and Erie peculiar for its perils Mine shipping is and lives lost upon this limn upon oil tho others in the j As tho season all that Jenkins could bho most kissed him into a ous Hiire wo ought to but justice to you about to mu to marry you how happy shall bo wo are you and as you said next I am Iho should be iY AI i ors at IS A. P. at La Attorney a n il o 11 us r 1 1 n r a in in the nf their and tho lives oi venturesome and hardy is thf err and thought of j our requires that wo should the miliner the hat and coed to the maiden it according to The painter and the sculptor make the canvass iii 1- lix copy and the marble breathe to and the port a in i copy he has ed in liu the The had and Jenkins was trembling at the of ex seemed to hui i oxv up hid and to oven hu deep aie to go op done bv tho division of capital U nut less j al tempted to attack and the The money of tho lawyer j of tho nlona saved buys the the of the builder On the 1-Jlli. thff oilier t their we brought up the In the the train sent in whils i rear It was I the Int the 3d As the marching slowly with to n ul men wero to the road thorn and in to cut off. were then through a i by a railed Buena nf ad- 3 in splendid col- It tho I hid Thu yellow and the and ihe bright blue of thc were most contrasted with the green of the Our line of battle was soon and we through the turn their and cut them buy produces tho tho lawyer pre scribes tho of tho house and its and entire Tho Duke of Bedford owns thc called and scattered through the erts oi Northern and Thu whole under the was yet to accomplish the j purpose of marching to San Luis de IV j Tho third wo the pass of and also tho passage of tho mountain to lend us to tho Kl if of matching nf our the gieat plain it Our match to bo long an J and three o'clock saw us under tho tries his beat just so to build thai it last the exact term of the lease and no i purpose as it mny sound in American the uf many of tho t Again find a concentration of Peers have been tho working of 000 men at Veri this and the to as j tho if ol valuable rows of to tho City of Lei facts their by merely making u-c of tho rery 1 hick thu forest were a- and the rugged nature of the country would carry bark to iho northern parts ui or A from the parses of the Here and j showed them that theio beautiful hikes and iu in Iho and they left their nn the i M c i 1 bin our of Buena and ot then On tho of tho rolls of Covenant and of Scott's at but and his property extends from tho Sti and almost to Camden Lord of marcl on Ho then could ho compelled with and hopes full of the beforo Tho unsi tho Westminister including J ho compelled to march to gravo and Eaton not to mention tho City of Mexico less than 10.000 Square and adjacent J. AXti Broad tip Midi coins his List Cheer up and the young mother as sho upon So the nnd tho lofty and the in the of fashion mid the a- bodes of ropy tho something And when at hist that infant ii wilted like an eaily laid in a little grave beneath the iho parent bends oxer it. and sighs that the sweetest copy in the wot Id lias in Dry Ooo and Ac. W. in Dry in Dry A. cheet don't what distresses me. 1 can go up and get is easy but there is L know feel is one 1 am I never can unless Lucy his if 1 can with I Tun or interesting group tcd itself two young female both with most pleading together closely the arm of iho t ound the neck of the j their as likeness pointing them out at once as By an in cious countenance it seemed impossible to discern u traco of human llo armed a largo heavy he drove them to and like a held of Three or four or to lender you But Jenkins not dared was hit saw tho Rubicon before and ha knew he could not pass ho was mined to get und to luck und Tho they wero All wiru tho tho tho nnd made up a lively party until when they commenced to and at one Jenkins was leil and in tho Lucy Ann had and her olf in a distant and had gono home with the was new tit tho point ho thought his 1 two haul of these j Tho Duke has somo have been pui hors du while the slices of aro and havo been cut Pat I; belongs to tho of i off. and many other such No one need bo lold of that tales aie To obviate bv iho to tur a U ar ot aro totally of by the expiration of the equate to tht object a of mutual insurance been by a man reached anil mountains tho fond on thu loft heir to await and when they upon it for about a ing and it and fording their crests most excellent for an i The newly cut Moes and long up on the us thai while numerous willi in tho taught have lieon j the and million Were with 0.000 full u day's march making says tho tion have nut a entitle Ins iho reader thai for Mexico with a speed to atthe termination of of tho They homo 1-no found to ninety-nine tho sum originally called Volunteer pende der to take the ot a j in Supposing n divided into panics havo lake the of a plot of and then In No- and expend in electing u IS 1G, they called out seven mom upon he could let and then they a leaving him a nel of in July ami 1817, they for in call fot tho of hii The foi bo a pouting down Snow of icy crystal After a for wo commenced our assent of tho the r f we .tt Tho next day HC and over horrible through with the wagons lij the men and The nat the that lliu if than the Mexicans it up with large rolled the at a moat olivo of and both In as in there are ihe ol the Indians thu had a but little thc of being the arc said to barn to by the ancient Tho we of thc the heard thc of Capt. nir The reader sues that this is a tho have j fail His the ptico of one of the wo imt tho bargain had been struck just before came and of tho a paying thu money of t R. S. in St. E. P. Co. ia nnd Orv e Crockery J. 8. 't Dealers in Domestic When this Co jo Mich. G. nml L. in Mcdi A.C. of CROSS door south of the Hillsdale was with an of tho ho motioned to his alave to follow him It was tho youngest and tho most timid of iho whom he had Nothing could have been more painful than to watch the tho terrified with which both hud followed the progress of and now it was and they knew that thc ment of separation was she fate had beun disengaged turning placed her two hands on her with a firm nnd gazed into her Not nor could have ex- pressed one-half of tho ble despair that dwelt in that It wero hard to 5ay which face was most eloquent of but the Turk was ho clapped his hands This was a A slight tremor shook thc ol thc young her arms less at her and she turned to follow her The but cd farewell as In another we could just distinguish her der figure threading its way tho in company tho other slaves belonging to the Her sister hail hid herself her companions was a llo fot which was Lucy Ann's he had even had he Known ho not go to it. Thu watchman cried and yet Jenkins still and engaged in perusing an old which by chance had been left in his coal An old female dat who resided in tho had been pre vailed upon by thu ladies who noticed Mutual in consid of very small sum of for tho same .it each paused and IH il higher fur a less it expected Mexico to much will pay tho to his heirs havo at iho termination of tho Hero They have sent a to Vera then has been a stand would havo only in a highly settled state of and only in of cut The by tho society The very j be fot Why ia small the annual payment I jt not Why aro wo in with tho very amount in- j midst of its it Kill is a of tho Why not effect of the first who Vera on tho cessation of was the owner of a small schooner from then off tho Ho might bo seen making his way with breathless hasto tonne of the best hotels in the upon entering ho tho That im- portant personage obeyed tho call tho but in evident as a matter of when tho in a sharp which conveyed tho idea to the uninitiated that his safe know it going home Dealers Dealers 1'ainu. Mich. corner of Union E. shop on Mich. and sat on the her head punk upon her folded among tho Greeks and in a few Old woman where is my in Miss Lucy's get it if you'll go in. why don't you go to Miss Lucy there for be so Come with for I iho ladies laugh at me. and I'll show you the to put out tho lock up the house and go to The old woman hold of Jenkins and pulled him along until sho got out of the and his gazo for a ment upon tho entry she determined to put him into Miss Lucy's nnd after violent efforts There he thu nob of the door in his old darkey had been smart enough to lock tho door Lucy pretended but that sort of gammon would nol last sho dear is tho rov screamed 411 il functionaries who possess a fortune to and knowing his leaped state exactly in their returns by out of and after caressing him for it. of a price all for property which ho to bo at tho mercy of the named so much as ho judged ho wanted to put a ble distance between him and a shouted tho as ho commenced shelling out the my ho is the least possible timo it you to clear lie was told that half an hour would And in half an our the Yankee was mixing and otherwise ministering to the ami accommodation of his countrymen in and the public in An imperial haa gated in which commands all civ So abundant is tho on tho of tho that in some districts tho wine growers aro to a cask of wine for empty The lino ol telegraph between Buffalo and a is rapidly proaching towards Billy went in bed with his city nf New There are 36t in th enough called out and taut theio long Tho promises us another old We aro to on Whore aro all thoso immense to be at Vera 1'ampico. aro The levied on will bo just the n tho dreams of tho imbeciles who de vised it. Levy on Mexican of and of which it had For eral long miles toiled the on- ly recompensed our labor by to at all wero worn u turn in the road brought to our view a none can ever I lie lie was a brave trr and a thorough hut wai in I lit On iho of the 19th left tho little had this and tooU the road tu about i link's this ami only about ten from the When we arrived hero the of to luxo San n three miles nearer the inid to be we arrived at Juan a- put their knapsacks into their and to put beef in their this thc had 00.) men weie told to sling their sed their put on filled haversacks were ready fur We iho vast plain of Mexico Sonn in. Thu coldness oi tho j a most fell alibis greal our tho which was nearly as and with was 1 which com- t with i San inn winch led into it between and by rutting fatigue and clanger our eyes the only benso thut thought fe of its and bright its modem and its ancient ll could we the toad and thus get in between and naJ Pen. by was to Sama Anna in by was to try Valenci you will sea he did very with some ut thu I CD Han to cut the left Juan about 1 not a so Into in tho still mil it incase nc before on every side its thousand like silver fin a velvet night ai too of tho the enemy's scouts on every side of Tho day wu reached only from Mexico by iho National had been Hem halted until and with hould have a Where is the to are no the and is by a steep reinforced hy a haJ filled silks and f this money should is shall levy On the We have hail of such a Bui tho dent is not yet prepared tobear the universal odium thai such a Tho idea of levying contributions en to any considerable is an It cannot be The plo of thw af they a had of bear tho enormous anil lofty hill called I'll This out of the Wo laid down hill completely commands close to aroid drawing their while the the National and had been fortified a full and repaired tho greatest caro by Santa sido was j by the had bcon made so by i thc art. in all fifty I of different had been placed on ils and a deep lil feet and 10 filled had been connecting tho parts already rounded by enem BUSINESS or iho in our com- furnished by P. Canal it will bo seen the Canal tolls already re- this at thc office in tkii amount la more than The lato hour at which thc ment was precludes any ded but the fact that more than one million of dollars in tolls haa been taken at o single in one son ii too important to ba passed over without Il is an era in tho his On this side San men over all a of im- as the lives of 5.000 men be lost tho ditch could bo We continued our and found another which round on ihe but when within fivo of the city halted by coming ly upon fivo strong batteries on tho hill which commanded this at n piece called Wo soon counter- marched nnd then our regiment and companies of in all we thai El Jay directly us nnd our distant full 15 opened them nith long which to be sixteen inch The ground tho possible with rocks and pear and in- by ditches filled with and itself importable to and with patches of corn which concealed the enemy's skirmishes while it our own Tho artillery advanced but slowly under a most which greatly injured it before U P w 4 R m lory of ihe nnd the Every eye was fixed on tho lull with ex- that time two of tha RUM ware of an approaching column wi we of in. could be cut ia and the thickness sf liin caused the to lose their uell the About 4 the position under a Clio of and Hera of tho pieces dered our We get but three pieces in while they bad all of them three times caliber of. For two hours our troops stood of iron and hailed them At laid flat down to avoid iho stonn and sprung up to sena the At tho end of
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