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   Hillsdale Whig Standard (Newspaper) - October 19, 1847, Hillsdale, Michigan                               ICOlVt-SON, THE DIFFUSION OF INFORMATION. AND ARRAIGNMENT OFALLABUSE9 AT THE PAR OF PUBLIC REASON. i per Annum in Advance. if not paid -within C VODME I, HILLSDALE NUMBER 16. THE WHIG STANDARD. PUHLISUED EVERY TUCSDAV. S. li. CHICK lY. K. BOWLSOX. K J.03 per Annum, if paid in or. 0 if .1 V utiliJ I pill aateii a'lth'e option Auiuruu. lo and The xvill anil fall- Fur paler ilie summer niuuu That tliroug'i And darker clou JJ are flutliag Tlio guluen-litilud And culder the litful b'.ast, l.iku sullen fpinu lai-rtion. ADVEUTISINO- 1 I 1 column! 1 Juare C S column 1 jear... 1 .qu.relSmunth...B 1 1 column! gommiooion iHcrclunits. KBXVMAN Forwarders and Commission Merchnnts. At ihe corner ofthe Itailnad Ut- llitliatlc. IIENIIY WA1.UUON. Forwarding and Commhsion Mrrchnnt, At Uosd u i i.i.sn I.L MICH.____________ Storase, ForwarJin; fcCommission Merchant, sow. Corner of Uni-m and 1UU IMI.I.SHALU. JtlCll RHAUI.F.S T. Forwarding and Commission He rrlmnl, Attbccornerof Itiil Hold "-1 Hoxv brief and fris'ile thnir lot, TlinsK bright unJ lliiiiV- Wliicli yirMer lo-U.iy arc nor, Like dreiuii xvitl: ripid win-s. It scarcelv an Imur h-ith fluwn. Spring in bloo.n; Vet Itllf a Sum iirtr'-. I.Ici mouldeiiiis tor tins toiuu- IJui flowers and revixe When sjiiing AriU only MJII. iiu renewing xeirs. Etch Spring and ivilh their light, Cich Autam, dark auJ cliill, Eicli Winter xvi-.li IU rob.j of xvliite, Uut mikci him frailer  certuinlv one of the most icmnrk- j ab'.e a di Tom, I've a problem for you." State tny chum. If thri-i; nii-jh-s-'f a light-an-'h-d titangle eipial two light vxlnt am Iho aiiglt'.s of u Ton) Triangle 'if you must I push your f.ir b.-yond hen hu {liu ik3j u Tom 1 nan- "Tuku a L-l iis of icc-wiiter. "Ned. be silent.' me, thought the sng gfition tippoituni'.1 Ned. 1 loved bet madly. ntu; it. xvas ibiticcd hard xvoik to ill" pils fiom lindiim it out. A Irlloxv xxho can bi; passioniitely in love, nnd ncvei sull'fi it to nppi-r.i, i" tnoiioii or l.-atuif, with his cli'iimer constantly before him hn.l better taki! to diplomacy. He ha'f in him, the eh-mi-nts uf n Tall-yratid j Hut 1 xvas not alone in duo of tlm boys in thii latin had llu- iiiipciti- to be sxvfi-t Lir.sy. lie xvas always by her sidi; out of-dtool than that, it xvns tiutlifnl; iur 1 loved bci ns xvannly aa Abelaid his IlchjUe. Al that timo I nexer expected to-mile iigain ter. if ahu said'-iVr-.' Well Ned. I told her then ventured the ugly question Horu Tom's x-oicu grexv hubky. nnd beads of perspiration began lo appear on his fotf-hoad. Thetu xxas uconxul- sivo l xx itching too about his eyes and thu c.mii-ts of his mouth, xvhcn, after look- ing a minulu oi so. in profound hilonce. otti xvas xvounded so severely, ns to be unable to remain on the field. His troo-n thon fled. The Royal force, how- -uttered considerably in thoencoun- nnd when in.'looUiii'j over his hook xvith his atVis bouts, he turned to me and t.sl.cd: do vou think her reply xxus, guess, Tom; probably ahu intiinat. d thut sins was too young to nrn- puihiijn.lh.it siho like n moru goods befurv fchu inndo a vou could not cuess it, man could gut-as it. Txvas an a pusco of nnxxoinanly cruelly! .Shu Tom xx as bucomt'ing very much hiiid, xxith u'hciiitlt-! huighth.it lings in my cats y--t, tint liked und thought it xvould lingly   notice these signs of n storm, "haxo you over been in love 1" thundered he, starting up like n shell fiorn n mortar, and upsetting a chair upon my corn. "Heavens! xvhal in Iho name o. hu- clid is iho meaning ol all this, my xvorthy iy lik Thu most impoitarit portion of the by iho Jlilicmut is that relating to cornme'icial matlris. iMid ihe i.-xtcnsixc fnihircs in Great Uiithin nnd on the Con- tinent. These fuilmes commenced in houses engaged in the corn trade, but sooneMC'i'ledto others. The eMirnated aggregate amount ofthe liabihtu-s ol houses that have failed since ihe firsl ol Aiifiist. is more ilmii bitty imliio-n of. dulbra. Failures lo ll.c amount of mote I coinpimnns esthert-J Of course. I reciprocated their good feeling, and exclaimed in all sincer- ity. Temple yuarrc espcciilly. when thwv invited mo to tea, or oilured mo a seal" in their pew, and so gave mo a chance of sitting xvith Lizzy. Her futh er, Squire Tcmplo, xvas ti clever old soul. with a noso nearly as long as his queue; the principaljbusinesscfxvhich seemed to he. to support a largo pair of iron-iimmed spectacles, and keep the place like a school-boy's finger whenever ho read tho statutes to his litigious I went frequently to his and spent the drank his cider, praised than thirty five millions of dollars xvero nniioiinccdduringthofoilnight p the departure uf iho llilicraiti. thu Gazette de France, and some other jinjiers, for sumo severe icmniks made hy thoso jiapeis on the mutder of the liuchcMof'I'raslin, ni blmwing a great degree of immorality anil corruption in the higher ranks of society in case against iho Democratic came to a trial on the 7th ult. xvhen the jurv acquitted :hc editor. CfHiosiTT one of Price's lunles tho Mexicans and Indi- duiin: the las' winter, was going on, bomb-shell, with thr fuse lighted li-ll among sump honsps. hchinn xvhich were ,i h.dfdiizcn Mci'ic-ms. They the thing rolling them, nnd without Unowinn what it picked it up fut examination round. For J hard. xvo xvould say. Uesiiro to select good J Confound tho said Tom. Bin- y ucar ieno> goo'l healthy trees-have them klng tlm carefully dug xvilh ibe roots "Calm yourself, rn Clio l.s 1110 iiieuoiiiii ui nil i Trianglol" exclaimed I. chuckling, in his pippins.discussed the weather, neigh- 9pito of my ngony, at tho good shot 11 borhood cjuarrels. and the last sermon, had made. I till befell asleep; and ihenlalked. aughod ulled carfdy. and played 'Fox and Geese carefully dug xvilh Ihe roots carefully packed before taking thorn from ,ot tho then planted in the very ni ,ecict, and mid- A humorous young driving a horse, xvhich xvas in night broxved this tempest. "It's a villainous said Torn, "and xvometi hax-o made it SrssstoaSrsSi opposite the door iih Lizzy, Tom, yuu played iho fox in nnoth- r game, xvhilo old Temple xvas snoring got bloictd, chT you'ro insufferable! By iho im- mortal Jove! if you interrupt mo again, 'rn off to our club, and you may fill up he story at your leisure.' dumb.' was in a sad pickle. Nod. My pas _. on' iho mon on tho porch commenced a chum, 1: first yoraan, put fountain of happi up such a duced quan haaon't run every womt not done hor best to perpotuate U. thanbflfnre in and stops whenever ho hears any enlves not done nor nesL Seal'P The crowd retired to tbe bar in chief, "than am sign, by JOTP. These failures aro all of a large houses. No account rnide of the iiiiillitiidu of small dealers xvhoh.ixe gone ties ranging from ten tdousjtid dollars, xvhich xvould doubtless sxvell tho whole amount to not. less than seventy fire millions. The great weight of tlmso immense hisses xvill fill upon patties having no immediate bininess re- lations xvith this country, hut the failures to meet business engagements to so great an extent must bo foil in all branches of tindo.atid indirectly their consequences xvill be felt throughout the commercial vorld. Tho Boston Adas Tbo letters four London Correspondent contain many detail? in relation to monetary and manufacturing affaiis. xvhich arc not in bo accouts xx o publish today. The state f trade in the manufacturing districts is ory much depressed. The free trade ystero xvhich xvas fmced upon the nation iy the Cotton Shipping inierest has re- acted upon them with dire effect; some 5_ 111 fi-w tiifiments it fmm hand lo the Mill huminc. nnd then exploded. Uillin? txvo or ihrec. anil ecat'ering the oth- on the jiound. variously For a mnroml all slill; at length onw .....____ fdlmv less hurt tine "the down xvith liabili- turn! to raise hcaJ and looked around: to one- hundred a JJios.'" he cxrleime.l, "lit mr t -.1.. iliK I i rsrf n hn -nh.idu do los infcinos I nmo quierro mir.ir n cosas otin Which transUted. means about ;his God! you bare unveil me fiutn tho devil; I shall never wish to Idoli at another lime for Lizsy. fed by a daily sight o! beauty, and girlish graco, swollet iko a crcok after a January thaw, but it lad no outlet. It would not do to be tnoxvn as toachor and lover. I had noth in" to do but look, and love, and and keep my mouth shut. O Tantalus aaid I, xvith it tolerably accurate apprec' ation of bis doom. O Tantalus! victim of eternal tbirot! looking for-cver. wit parched mouth and burning eyo ball, uj nn inviting, bubblinp up l letter lo ihe St. _ Republican Foil Kearney, Sept. C'.'il, st-iics t'lat the I'.iwnecs and Siuux are jt and that n severe battle isd-iily eJ. The Sioux have ovei COOO warriors ia the fiel'l. and haT8 taken posSeision of the ['awnee tillage in the absence ol th; Paw- nee litavcs. XTJIO were hunting nulTalo.' Sam Slick says he knew a raan so mean, that he always carried a ben in is gig-bo: when ho traveled, to pick up ic oats his horse xvosted in the manger., nd to lay an egg for his breakfast in morning.__________, .._______ of tbo rail! owners aro running their mills at a weekly loss of fivo hundred pounds sterling. Tho chief item of political tntciestfl :s tho position of tho Pope asalempora princo. Tho doraonistration of Auiira upon the Papal dominions, has, unexo pectedly to Austria, been resisted xvitb so much firmness by tbo Julian States especially Sardinia, lhat. backed, as i WM undorslood roststanco xvould b by England, the Austrian gnvcrnmen has faltered in its designs, and t: is no A WARM poor- widow, wo- man xvas relating to a neighbor hoxv fond ter husband xvas of having a good Sre; low busy ho xvould make birsself in fix- ng itsothatit xrould burn. poor '.ear she continued, 'I hope ho'a joao xvhore they koep good fires." is l Theodore Hook says of railroads en'r! stearo-boafs, 'They annihilate xpacn arid time, not lo raontion a raultitudu of pas- Don't run axvay xvilh. another- man's unless you wish to be indicted 'far s'.eaUntr dry iNEWSPAFERr NEWSPAPER!   

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