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   Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - August 3, 1847, Hillsdale, Michigan                               Kl'.OM TIID SOUTH. Frsia she JC. O TiciTunr. Jaljr 3. TOR nir iTiilliuu of in jjnH aimed here yester- day nn ihr iteamboa: Paul Jnnn. from Cin- cinnati. It for account of the KEvrjLsio.v IN THE CORN TRADE. The Journal of Commerce corn U now i ,1 r AnKtr.tt or The Ah- lijina. from CiiiCinnaii. broucht fotti of lhe4th recimfnt of Ohio rolun- uudcrcomnianj of Lieut. Col. War- difTWrnt fir West. morc than the an-Isom-iotti- ner. Tlic Mranier Uclle'of the Writ. From Cin- hrou'ht ilnnn three companies nf ilicaborc under tfee command of i'ol. liroupli. Thcstcamrr Ponmc .-.irirc.! 'with the tcmaininj ihrre companies of under M.tjjr trc'iulfr.t landed ?t Citrollton. where it is row cicrini; Th' ttrirrr Paul Jores. Ito-ii Cmcinn.iti. Inouclit niie of the llth m- the nf Cajil. Cum- miags, Tium Newport b.irr.icUs. luj.tvi The icnni- comji inirs tit ilie Jill Indian i inent Irate to-djy for the Km (iran.lc. u sji 1 to i ul the best men in Indiana. The prile ol the state his deen noundcd recent oenii; lier hate come forward with alacri't to assert her couiage and INTERUSTI.Vfi mo.M THE CITV or MK.VICO Tl.c Unno dt-1 of the ult., Coulamel jiioc'iuiatioii o{ (Jcneral Kear- no to tbe from w Inch it i> cop- ied in'.o ol the tree anJ sovrif i'ite ol Puebl i." pub- lished at TiieM i. i .1 transition iifihe address: .TOTIII 01 Cvt, irrRMA. The vi tlie United States h.nitip ujion the underpinned the cuil ot Califoruia. he enteis upon list of duties an ai- lirut to promote, as fir .i< tlie of the cottnttx nn I bein of iit n I been abandoned to for- the consignees fur the charges. The purchase inm.ry ihetHorca toul ami wlieie the owners able, they will suffer a still funhvr loss." The administration ar.d its supporters must not bo pc.mited to evade the isspc bv thciiuehcs They over and over 9Kjin. without quihficaiion. that the hi- i tulin; in the corn Ht.tiir the la.t year. were produced by l.i- cc.foco ,hc d-mand for breadimtb. and other a-ricullu- Hi product., was ere., ted the relaxation el our reductive Th e u.ls not onlv uiteil) uniouudeJ. hut absurd to the- last decree. lt in. hy men from iijual candor .md in- til better thing.! might hive been ex- pcctcd. and they iniut be held to their o.in propjsition. until shamed lato a of error CALIFORM have rcceired a file of the Star to March fitli inclusive, It iJ.published at Verb i ISurna. in thilijy of S.m i'nnsiscu. who brhrtr i Mor- mon. tin been appointed Alc.iJe of Yerh.i Cun-.a. by Oen'ral Kearney. n til.icn of Lt. W. A. Uaitlett, who has re'tuiued to the Na- vy. Their to be n good tio'lrittanJiii" lirtui-eii KV-rney ani! the .New Com- module (Shuhrick) as tit the respective pow- the former exercising liuii mi -ihuie.anit tlic on'lhe wttcr, in- ifFairs. Col. Prciiinnt. for a tune asiiiuitJ 10 (.xtioi.r nf. (Ice ufGovernnr, appears hue 'j'netly al- to be superseded. HAT-! ir: IT On b nrd I' S ipT. II IVrkint, Mjrcli 7. HIT We arrived itlhitpirt yestndiv. in otic Iniinlred and from Ymk. Define we Ind druppeJ anchor, a b'jjt trom IIILLSDALE WHIG STANDARD, 15 THE VtV unable tug.-! our out lait neeli. in cntu-.-qucnee of nut receiving material from tijc catt as si we expected. tri "ill aj shall jive 52 u nu- vti fcr the car. th null THE NEXT r.'cc'uuu Imr been held in a tiiliictcnt bcrors.iK-i to tliat will line annjiuity iuTiic of ItiprtMrn. Of alrculy elected, tin- Imetf-1, tbe Loco l'oco  foi Col. JcriUK him hn whole raiment dov.nto ..bout 50 or 'JO nnics from thu by any extrinsic or 'J'he undetsisne Its i-utnjctcdb) thePrcs- to respect and to piotcct the of Califurmi. to take c ne thu the rights ol its inhabitants are secured in the most ample IIMIIMT, the con- struction of the L'niied Stales allons lo ev- ny ii.dixiJu.il tlie privilege of Moislnppm: liu Cteator in whatever matiiui hu may dictate. The undersigned is to pio- ifct the and fiopeit) nl the rjuiet anJ peiccable inhabitants ol the coiintrt, a- 'I each and ctciv cnemt, whclhcr'for- or domestic; and nuic the Cal- ilormanj that Ins inclinations, no less tli.in duty, demand the fulfilment of thtsu in- Rtitictions, he intites thrm to tlsc their lies: f iTorts to oidrr and to thtironn territories, and they w to cxcrti-e t harmoni and candor, ami lo ni.iin- tJin the anthorily anil efhciency ofthe laws. It is the dciire'and intenlmii'iifthe United States to procure for California, as as possible a free Government that nl ill soon iti- the rights ol tree citirens in the choice of their own rep- who mat enact such laws as deem best adapted tu their interests and wrl! being. Hut until this takes place, tlie laws actually in existence, winch arc not repugnant (o the constiltiliun of the United Stales, will continue in force until they are revoked b) competent authority; and persons in the exercise of public will for the present remain in them, provided sxiear to discharge their duties. The undersigned bt these present'absolves all the inlubiuuts of California, of any lar- llier allegiance to the Republic uf Mexico, and regards tliem as of the United Stales. Those who and peace- able will be respected and protected in their lights; but she-aid any one lake up arms a- gainst the Cioveinmcnt of tlm teintury, 01 join such as do thes-e he will regard as enemies, and (he) will be treated .1-, such. When Mexico iinulicd tliu Unitid Slates in war. tlie litter hid not lime to mxi'e the Cilifoinians to join their st.iridatd as tricnds. but found ihciiKcUcscuinpulltd lo take tcssion of the ptctent its falling into the hands ol some European puiver. In doing this there i> nu dmibl th il some exces- ses, iome unauthorised acts, were committed b> persons in the set ticc of the Umfd Stales, and that in consetpience some uf the inhabi- tants hate sustained in tlii'ir These losses shall be dull tut estimated, and those who ate entitled lo indemnification shall receive it. For manv )cirs California hns suffered creat domestic convulsions; finnrrivil wars, like poisoned fountains, lnvc tluwcd calami- Hud pestilence over tins bcatltitul region. These fountains arc mm dried up; the stars and stripes nou float oier California, and as long as the sun ill shed it, iighl the) will continue to wave over her, anil over the na- mes of the countrv, and uier those who shall a ilonncil ia her bosom; and under the protection of thi> flag agriculture ad- and the arts and viicnccs will flourish like seed in a rich arid fertile soil. Americans and Califmniansj from hence- forth one people. Let us tllc-n indulge in desire, one hope; let that be lor the peace and li.mqnihtv of our country. Let us operation. We m the emot ment ot all the. advantages d.-nx ,ble from free- Mr. liberal nn- opeutmii. If it failed to all tint K i-ed. for the industml nneiesu ol the conn- tiy. the dnliculiy is inherent in the and csnnot be ascribed to fortuitous circuimt.incc-i. And mest .idtucitetol fieetraJe lell us tint farm pruduce -.cut to New Vorlt for a foreign mar- ket, i, a .lead loss to the merchant, .ind that m addition to the sicrificc ot tlm propeity. he will have s.methmg to pa) for charges. Is locufoco assurance equal to a teilcMiion of sucli witli tlics- facn stating it in the face? The editor ofthe Xashtille Union. Mr. Polk's pet orgiu. re- cently derhied that, "ST long as the present tantl remains undisturbed, ihc p.ire of pro- s must remain high." Will he now Gen. Kearney has been ihree i; state- j and Ins every tint xvc expected been to do. Col. S. m mere cypher, th-rcfore; a Govermi baring been sent out, n hete now. ill s'irrv for nit _i retmiael m New York, aaj goae xvith the resiwoLts direct fur Mexico. Tliu vessel ii the onlv one aimed, but XTC expect the others here ever) tniuuto: Tlm is a inicnifirent harbor, about 60 or TO miles to the fiithsr end. The town nf Yeabi Buena n only iboin .'00 it'liabhantg. Our tiag flies on shore, and theie ate .six Amepcju in port. In fict thcro ate no olhcrs [Jaur. of Commerce. by nnd elections arc vet fj be held m ImJiaui, Kentacl.v. TCIIIICMCP. lo.ia. Louiiijua. Alabama, N.irtli Caroli- in an J Man land, and it willjbw fur ilie IjjcoTichct to eject ST of llie members tu be to a majunli. inoit ungiime enn hope fur, mac.'i Icj. any rejult On ihc other hand. 2C additional tneuiberi will change the tmjority m faxur o! lliu nnd it n e: whrrc they are to come from. When tlm Locu majnrity in tdi- House n the must prrjudeced mini adnnf, thitjhv voice nf the people dmatufae'ion with thts Admiaistraliun. allrr pohc) had bee'i siittlciently developed lobe ofmiich importinca occurred kincc our publicstion. It is iuwiiril. tint tbe of our to for and that v ignintii i-ffmH were nnkin; tn resist the jilianceofGeii. Scott, upon the Capital. reaclird Perote on the of June, withdueo4Jisnnd. He consider- ably annoyed by the pneray. iil march from i.iiiiJ eipcetfil suit ioriniiii t .inn'. i C intrnJed to h-ive Pcrntc ntjtho 23d. and px-pi-rterl tn rrach Piif bli m Hf Ind not arrived .it the latter phr.- n late the In reference tn f.Vn. Scutt's ic- nunu contradictoiy. HP wn Tt I'uchh on the 30th June. lenience tn do so. I cordially appror the object of the Convention, and anticipat Will the I fiive its IPU on llw l etioiigii to teil uudeitakc to account to the corn of Tennessee lor the state of things described by his ally. Hie Jotiinal of Commerce? The ticicr claimed that iho tanrt'of 15U> naspciffct in all its pans. knen thrjc xxasa want of congruity in certain pro- tisiuns and alxv..ys intend to imkc suoh changes as experience should shoiv to be Cut under that sxstem, in itsde- fectito condition, the farmers got somethin" for their corn; while under Mr. Walked beneficent laxv. u 13 norse than nothing to the western onuer. [Dull. Expiess. Till. HKALTH OP VtRA CKL'Z. 1'rnm tne N. O. IVajune .So uiui.li lias beuti saitj of thu hcilth nf Criu, of the extrcmo -mortality from the yellow fctcr "Inch preiails theie. that Dr. K. U. liarton, the head ofthe IJoanl of Health in that city, has felt it his duty to make a full exposition ol the facts of the case that llic'puhhc may be undeceived. Ilu IMS accordingly transmitted to Governor John son statements of the mortality in Vein from the 1st ol May to the I'Jth of June ttith various explanatory remarks. lifter Dr. Barton arrived in Vcr.i the Municipal Council, upon liU rec- -d a board of health, submitted the enl By the atriial of ilie Sterling at Boston; p.ijieri Ime been received trom Oregon City to the middle of September. A letter pub- lished in tlie Spectator of the 10th. rcpte- senw the emigrants by the soutllrni route as hating tnconntcted the most seicrc siiiler- i.igs especially from hunger. The Legislature convened on the 1st, and A. Ijoiejoy W.H cliuscn Sjieaker. The Governor's commences by noticing the settlement ot the Oregon controversy ind sais that U. S. officers tmy soon be ex pected to take op thu He leaves u entirely to iho Legislature to decide whether they shall await iho exten- sion oier them ot the laws of the U. State-i, or enact such temporary laxis as are needed. The Post office needs icvisiou, and he advises the reduction of postage to five aents for letters and one cent for new spapers. The I.HT concerning tho sale nf ardent spirits also fairly un icrstood. of Mr. I'olk and hu including War, the TarilK, and ihn Sub Tresjury, hive been don. fully examined, and condemned by the sober, fccond tlioiijht of the people; and ;liu his been done in advance of idi- Ipgitmiate etfecls of idoio sty in advance, because m the fiiian- 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 day: and xvo have been saved from the pflccts uf the and pn-l'iiry refers to m reply to Cincinintii Siynal. Iloth articlrj are nmkrd fur pnbliealiun. ai-.l will appear in tlm SlzitljrJ. In the mean time, will tlir Cizi-tte piibluh reitill of tlm recent election in New Hampshire, to till vacancies in tbo delega- tiou from that Slatr; Ida follow ing article from tlio "and give tu v IPWS upon the subjects." "It cceim that tin- eliorr.'i hu volunteered to fundH frr tl.opiofertiiinii ufthe war. It is well known that in Menco prupt-rtt of tbe church ia not subject to tax itun. there. fori1. whatever n contributed Irom HIM lie recommendj the ap- for the harbor at the ommendation, to whose control was cinitar) condition ofthccilyand neighbor- hoo 1. The keepers of cemeteries weic re- quired to make regular icports to the bna-d which is thus placed in possession of ihef.icN connected with the mortality in the From the doctor'-, teller lo t'he Guvcrnor we are permilled to cxtrarts. We do so spai- ingly, but give enough to relieve tin-extreme apprehension entertained in some quavers. "There .ire few cases ofvelloxx Icier here comparatively, and h.idtxe have in New Orleans, the mortality would be much less than u is 11 is the  ear about chiefly ouing to the tide having tinned towards Oal'-forma. The subject of education is also urged upon their notice. The hate been abundant, and the condition of the territory is piospcr- ifc 51 Tnul Total. Uit, os uuite like btother-. and mutually stine ihc improiPincnt and adtancemcnt ofllns our beautiful country, whiih within n shun pei'm.1 cjiini.t lul to be not only beajtifu', but pnHppruus and Inppy. Gitcn ..t Munuiry, t-apit'al of Califi-ini i.this 1st day of M.irtli. ol the jenr ol our Lord, L3-J7. and ofihc Inlrpeiidencc ofihe Uni- ted States the 7Kt. U.S. A. of California. or Tin The Cliiu.i Junk 'H built m the .'njie wlulc lot) feet breadth of bciiu U.. fetl iin.l PJ fret bol.l. Her a ri-e from ofabout 3'J feit. She built of and i  utli- Tbi- She it liur cnrici-itief one atuuMujif, M- !-j s, 1 1111 tbc one on i-j i M II tllr anchor, une tu the buns to heel uf ihertlJder in the ftern poit. a.tBru to lieave the rudder nut of the wattr. {united miuide while, black IMI..U Iri.ni her ,tl.ril fore ripQiug.'.frinu lun-rigpij; m utrrn Intl. Hut nine un a pamti J white, svjth liiacl; enJ Imtviu. fide of the rudder. rudder is ro a- to lit will in a lime. ('jpt. Ki pi-rfrctly on licr pusage. Her crew nj Clnm iiirn mil 'JU Sue named muter; and has Itad a of two an.f f.velxi; at iil Ililciu on the 23J cf April. She hit m ballut.ron. 1 la A but las irii a nf dnut't N Y. cu IMI Jour The- Courier, and other Locofoco joiir- naU, had better let politics alone, in speak- ing of the Chicago Convenlion. know i cry well that their parly is the poncr tthicli has crushed this Harbor nnd Iliter interest, while the Wings are and have been its con- stant and true friends. No one knoiis the feelings of the lucoluco party on thu subject better thin the editor of the Chicago Hum ocrat. In one (if the t cry late-t copies ol that piper the editor, in the first sentence ot aleadiiigedilon.il, O "There has been .m under current in our imn party against the present Contention ctcr since the project Kvery body knows tint thu is true, tho' we knew that they luted their p.irtv licit, r tluii the people's interest, we agieed to be silent on topics uppermost in every honest man's mind. A few leading Locofocos, went up to sec, il ;i judicious commingling ul fire and water, they cuul I go a ceitain length fur the object without injuring their dearer pun -interests. They declaimed against any attempt to introduce party questions, and jetthey in advance and a man, ot w hum even they could not s that hu "'.if unsound on anv American ques- tion, though he ili.l entertain ami some doubts uf stripping the treasury of Us lo improve our horbois, by a heavy outlay of motiev for the prosecution ol the existing war it itlf Mexico. In spite of their intngtie, however, a Contention, of which we nrcnotr informed by th  it has been fur seicral pi.f The exportation of anv considerable amount 'f specie must necessarily occasion n the currvticv, rci iiNions m trade, and derange- nciit in the finances ofthe Tv'atiun. The aw) fetnis already to be prepared for dilljciiltics. which it vtill teipiiru the bestdircct- rdtirurts uf Cun3ress to avoid. Such etfurts w ill doubtless be made, though success cannot be reded upon. It is incontoiiiciit for us tu publish all ll c let- ters ID ilia Chicago Convention anJ iliiMeuli to gite preference to any, over others so we shall onl) urittcn b of our ow n ante. Mr. McClelland n justly entitled loldi- thinks pfthe fn-nds uf Harbor" improve- fur tin- Evntinienlj IIP litters, of (Jov. I'eich, htlltf ?ali be Ca.s, aNu the imnly mite of .Mr. Wood, a Locofoco member of Cnngrpss from the Em- pin- State. It sduws th members uflhat party-nre deeply with a cpirit uf cringing fiihinusioii to Cxecuiivf dictition than older-. We Inve little doubt that a nnjnrity of dis party, in the West, r-nterlr.iii similar views, and we should tint their free exnres- -inn would eaiiso those who hate tunentslike the fulluwing, to wish for power to obliterate whattlicy hate written. Uut tbe rec. urd is agimst them. Speiking nf iho Veto uf the II.irl.ni apprnpri- ation bill, ihe Hillsdale ufAiignst 1 J.h, let H done gntuituusly Thn pirt ol" thu wdich been indic.itfd, the other modes ofgivmglo lliowara relujioiu chirac- ter. It i.s denounced vtarnf mtideln and heretics against Ihe holy chiirrh and against Christianity. who are faimlinr with our histor> and knoxv full well tint tbero nntliing in eillier, dontile to tlio I'mnaii Church. A high of that drawing a contrast between tho United nnd other cdrUtian communities, including own, has pronounced Ins decisive oilman, thai lliat branch of the cdn.tian church, occupies moro ndxanta-eous ground m this country, and with mcra prosperity and.10lid strength amnng us, thin m any other nation. The position anJ the hi-h public psti- maliun which many uf our Catnolic hrcthfrn occupy, Iho intelligence and uncial t wdicd tdey exdihit curruberate this state. ment. 11 is not as a religions budv, but as nn of atati) tliat the Catholics of'.Mexicu luok upon us w ith n eye. It isfjr their own fpccial retain their vhtchim- partrish the sustain their men hierarchy tchich hnh i: orer the prtscrte thctr potrcr, which down the rat ofthe communi- ty into the sloufhuf ignorance anil they are thus solicitous and uelirt. It is it zeul for the mammon of not for the irtlfarr of inspires and animates the Cathohrs Mexico. In this uxpect ofthe case, il may bpcuiuen matter of grave if the church con- tinues to nppii'e a prace, and furni'h the fuel uf war, whetdcr the immense rptcmlei uf the rlnired in .Mrurn shall ke left whether they -hull be siitfered to remain at the disiio-al oftlie enemy, anil to hcappjied to tain tlie war against jiistici- and policy  he" r l aodnnw my IiO liu I Father tather.. got to nearly like your I thought were ay upon iho lica was nil 1 ever man but I founJ the During the whole quarter-deck; and, two "cups could gel in cat in the time, suffered I thought it was then- ,r "icii, t myself again mistaken, for after lundinc at brazos in the morning. I bad nothing durin- the day and night we camped there ind next morning, with but one hard I had to march 9 miles, with the sand over shoe, to the mouth of the Grande That nielli it too'. 4 or 0 men to keen a breath of in IMP. The Capl. stood by me all the night lon- n tlie morning 15 men were sent to the hoV- lital. but I would not be Here we were cramcd iuto a Steamboat bour.d for miles by Ian J and .075 bv wa- 225 miles by Ian J and .070 bv er. Tlie Uio Grande you lure heart! so march. The courier tin- latti-r and his tram and i-Kcort on the rojd, cxerv inch of ins xxay against tde w The effort used tho.Mexicans to indue.- our troops to desert hiv'e been cruwiiKil xvith sjme The dtar. limited .it lull nf drjgouns who ran but lud nut gout) three leagues before MIIIUI .Moiicnn came them, touk their dorses, and stripped Idem of ever) tiling but their sdirts. Ucspatchei liave been received at Washing- ton City from Vera with as late as tlie Mth June. The intelligence, mi far as it lias transpired, is nut such as to justify tin- upiu. inn tdald'en. Hcntt is noxv m tbe Capital. On tde euntrarv.Jt wuiild appear tint hi! will Jnve goinelhing uf a m minuaiiinig Ins own po. silion in safely, anfrabanduniug all anil line of couiiniiincitiun. Itappeirs from viriuus accnimti tint iln-re -.trnii" m tliu Suutli and 1'rcsi for Oeti. Taylor candiJatu for Ilie uency. "WHAT HARM THE U'AU II Ad" DOM: TO US." re- nf the xiar as a means of oil the fiifiius supplies." (7io. W. Ci iirot, of Uutlalo has been appointed U. S. District Attorney fur tint Nor- thern of Nexv York. A good appoint- ment. LcgHlatme of Con- ni'cticitt. at its late a laxv, ex- from execution, a of less liniiilri'il value. Ex Gov. l'.i w inns nf Connecticut, died at his rraidmcc in How Haven,   v, 2-JJ, Jtinr, 1617. (Tent: I regret that, neither in compli- ance with the invitation ofthe eommitlc. nor one of the from this city, shall I be able lo attend the Harbor and Uitcr Convention, about to assemble in your city on 5th of July next. The course pur- sued by myself cm the Riter and Harbor lull in the Congress, is the best assurance 1 can give that I shall not look with indiffer- ence on the proceedings ofttint conrcntion. That no appropriation was made by the last Congtcss, for the improvement cf the Har- bors ul Lakes, is, )uu aic art-arc, no fault of mine. Nor can 1 lorbcarihc reflection, tliat while war (however originating) is waged, ostensibly, tu obtain indemnification, and the payment nf a doubtful debt; practically I fear, to extend slave territory, at the cost of hun- dreds of millions of money, and thousands of lives, unless it shall soon terminate, no ap- propriation, however small, could be obtain- cd to save .Irom 'destruction ou our lakes, property worth more than all that Mexico ever justly owned, to say nothing of hundreds of lives sacrificed every .year, from want of sale and accessible harbors. I remain, vcrj truly, ours, fee, BRADFOKD Jl. WOOD. To Messrs. .Inlni Wcntworth, Win. U. Og. den, and others, committee, Arc. Col. Wm. U. Campbell's first regiment of Icnuessec volunteers numbered l.Oill) brave men on their march to Me.-.ico. Oulv 350, ratin ;and hie, ul gallant regiment turned with their Colonel to their homes. Col. Wm. T. Haskcll's ser-ond iciiimetit of Tennessee voluutcets numbered on their march to Mexico. Only :iCi') of call.int men, rank andjlilc. rctureed with Col. Haskcll lo their home'; and friends their wites and children mothers, sisters, brothers, and other and friends. The rest of thtr'ccn and sickness and bullets, disease and shot. and have consigned tu an in a foreign land, far from then n itivo without winding sheets, orsloncsto tell vhi> or where they are. Poor mournful and vacant are many loved homes anil firesides: but the bleeping dead knuiv n not. The) reposo beneath the burning snuls ul an inhospitable clime, thrown together; and there they must icst till the loud trump i-.ills the nations of the catth to bland bcfotc ilie Hod of [Jonosborough Whig Cor. TinniTT's KII.IVIKMT. The foi lowing extracts from a private letter have been hmded us for publication. Tdcy are nuch about is the filthieit f stream and lirough tit's most desolate country I ever aw in my life. Tho whole is not worth a red cent, hat )ou may expect to hoar from me agitn. We am about :o present through Ilia col- HUM of piper and well. wheneter they nuy be. a series noli- ee. concerning that celebrated medicine, which das nuJu in many and various cures in thu and other contries during the fivo jears. Vaughns Vegetable Lilhontriptic Mixture is tlm article to which wo allude. frankly uay tint wo have been at tde nf tlie article, and further, that we believe it has greit virtue, or it vvou Id not have established tbe fame far it.elf which it curtamly daj. We are not oife of thoso who believe hum in mtura H so easily gulled, ns nrmv are apt tn imjjnie, and a worthless nostrum cannot eiutaiu itself live i litre 0-ort extract from a Ipf.cr shown us hy the "I thought I would the article for w of tin- be- fore introducing U a single small bottle instantly relieved me. I then it to 'my fur all resolved to test it I was astonished at results in all case, and must to tlo thoorv of u universal remedy. Ac." Dated Euclid! Ohio. July IS, IS IU. L. L. Adams. Druggist Header go to the Agent, get a pimphlet, and learn mure. His locitioii is seen under thy mix -rtisoment of Great American Tor sale by C.. W. Uiiirimooii. llMtsJale. VVxi. II. Tuu tit, Jjntttille. wn.iTUiiv u.vLEfsT'TTiJ CA.V (JCTher relieved from those dreadful tvorn-s. fear blie t.ied almost ever) thing but ?ct, Uorst. _ Wlut .Inllldof Why. go and buy.i box of rib-nil Hi's celebrated Worm Lozenges, RIV.J them lot our rhild according to tho directions and my word fur it in one chill will be well. w eik's time )our I have never knoxvn them to from a member of one nl the companies re- laiscd in this Northern pait of this State, which left about the sain? time, and is attached to the same Kesimcnt that of Capt. Dill. [Chicago Jour. C.V3U- I.AU C IM June 10, 17. Dear Mother I have not been able to write to you before, or I should Inve done so. so weak I can hardly hold m) pen __ You tee that my hand trembles like your own. I feel bad that I did nut come homy before I left for Mexico, bi.t 1 could not well do it. I did how ever visit dear sister and probably for the last time in my life, be- foic I came .ivtiy, and I suppose she has in- formed lung before this of the I left her with a heavy heart, for I felt tho' it tem the last time I should ever see her. I still hoped however, to gee jou all once more, hut 1 can hardly expect it now, the fail, and I have seen them in hundreds uf and in one case in pirlicular, when thn child voided ne trly a pint of worms. Kest sured that they are tlm greatc-t npoilire evnr known. How Mrange il tha trill seu their children filler fur dijs the most m in-' stead ofpctling this cpeeinV, celebritod "Worm tliey will trifle nwny tho time, fitlirgiip the with trash' until the strength oftdu MilFerer becomes ex- h msled and -he dies, nnd tliu and shall ccr- I shall never come out I. Says I, 'old feller.' what say )nti to :r 'Tie he, tale a s he, 'i prospect nf a fight tainly be in it, and aliie; I am certain of ihitt. The Mexicans arc thick mound us, and occasionally one is 'popt oil'.' The other I went out with our commissary, -uns loaded. a'valler Let me shoot I. lie, have had one shot alicauy. it's my tutu noxv, and he 'let fly.' Up jump- ed Her skinned buster' and fell dead. '1'tc fixed this time.' Mother, xou m-y think ii hsni, but lint] vousccn what 1 have, a poor w.igoncr bio'l in on a throat cut 'from car to car. He was out catching a mule, not moie than lift) rods from camp. It was horrible, but nothing to what we sumeiimcs- see. As we passed along from the depot, or landing, in coinSnj to this place, we saw the remains of 4-.' wagons which had been burned and the bones nf nearly I'OO human beings, (leanisicts and gunids) some ofthcin from oui own State; but enough of this, I am a soldier Mother, for something about thn war, and how they carry it how I got here, and what I ha've passed thro' arc filled with 1111 ll.J Hied Shcrni m's Worm Lozenges in lime, il.fcir child might been restored and liicdtu bless them fur ti.e means they nude me ol fur' its itiuii. They are pleasant to tlm la-to and can fliT.iy she given without any dilHculty or danger. Hue advertisement. I'er'fale It) CJ. W. Underwood. W. H.' Chan- tiler, nit. MVTrt.it with ml-, IJuctur the taifre of d.ee eve, dcjiri-ssion of spirit-, pan; in the snlo and sliuiililcr, weariness of body, bitter in the tnoiilhr Such is tho enquiry, and such tho symptoms uf many a sufferer! Iho lirtr which is diseased, and "Cdolagognn istlie remedy always successful in curing Try it, and judge for )oursolf. Tor fab- by W. Unnr.r.woon, agent fnrllm proprietor, Hillsdale .Mich. MARRIED. At St. Church, ItochcHli-r V., on the luth Ret. John V. Van Ingcn, Mr. JOSEIMI R. TIUI.MI1S, tn Miss AULLIA L. STEVENS, both of HilNdale. in cnnnn to Dixon ng. Alter my return (from Oellvue) n, finding thn Captain awailiti" me. MO.MRUE, June 12th, 18 17. E. W. TAACT, Sm: Theinvitatiou of your Committee, accompanied by your very kind letter, was duly receitcd, and I shall, if possible, attend the Convention. Circumstances over which I have nc control may pretcnt it, but I shall not peiniit any oidinary occurrence ur iucon- I got the ready started Sunday morn- ing, fili m all, in 'JO coaches. Some of the weic drunk and some sober. Wo had no olficcrs below tlie Captain and I had charge of ihc whole squad. We tratclled in this way miles. We then took a stacm- doat and arrived safely at Cairo, whcic we met Capt. Bill's company. Here we found John itogcrs; poor fellow he will nut live long, being sick most of ihc lime. On land- ing we nurcLcd lo an old deserted house, without a pane of glass, and no blanket or any thing to sleep on or cover us. 1 caught cold here, and was taken with a severe pain in my side and breast, which I have not yet got over, and probably never shall. I lay sick-1 Jays, paying 5U cts. a day fora loiim and 00 lor a chicken, and no Mother to lake care of inc. Uut thu was a marline point. Tho order for marching came in the night and in the night ivu crottdej boldiers, with horses, hogs and shepp. into a small Steamboat. Yuu inay form some opin- ion of what my condition, being We had nothing lo cat but hard bread and worm) bacoui nut lit lor.i cat: imd In Village, ou the 2-Td inst MANLEV in the (ilst.tcar ol his ngc. AGENTS FOB THE STANDARD. Mr. V.II. PAI.M All. Tribune UuiMingi, New York, is the authorized Agent in that Cily, fur the Hillsdale Stamlnnl. Mr. I'alincr ii aliu out njcnt in ttic fullowing pla- rnit.ADCi.riiu, N. Cornrrof Third ami nut ttrccu. llojrox. SO 5uie ttreci. llALTlMolu, S C Corner ofUahimorcandCalxett streets, Gconct PRATT, No. 164 Nassau it., N. Y. iialso autlioriicd to receive Subscription and Adver- tising forthis paper. J53O5 _23 Jmt Printeil at this Office, and for sale, the larjr ll'.irranttc lltidt, florlyaytt, Eittittioni ulrh ITJJI, Sumaont, UltkeMHait, Linttr. Land TTE Copprtncrsliip bcrctofnro existing be- tween tho undcriigncd, under tn xlylo and firm of Slono 
                            

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