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   Democratic Expounder (Newspaper) - November 17, 1864, Marshall, Michigan                                ra r IS A If p dttland the yeto Hf IhiBkrnibr tbe MarttallanB that he has be found aUllhonrt daring the when abwnt ott RuiDtmmln the Mtomn the Catholic ICT Iithe uflti AMnt JajBH elto the lale nd application of the Hubbard Hernia the Wloallyco tl remedy B eferenoeiflTentocutilD thliolty Htmeofrathit Pltyiician If reildence tiro doori lonthof All former offlc on Urind 1 the Dentitl binfneii it old lUnd o Baldwin fc In Perrlni orer Leon Hli old public fcnenl j are Inrlteit Trrmi DRUGGIST AND knd dciler In Fanen Ttytlclatai pntorlplioni csrerallj MTCHKjAW WOOLLEX Saoceuon to Unghei ATTORNEYS COUNSELLORS AT LAW 8OLIO1TOBB MARSHALL MICHIGAN FH AN CIS ATTORNEY COUNSELLOR AT LAW BOLIOlfDR IN i NOVKShnreremoTeil Ihelr Lnw OHIO to the DETEKEUX Hjuth Bide Main DUUR IK Family Tobac Wooden and Willow Glass Ciwli jmij for country MICHIGAN War Claim and Pension THE andenlnnad being duly authoriied atUlnd promptly to the clalmi of their children and Hejnfor of Chargei bioderale when claim Ii NOTICE TO INVALID PENSION TUB having tan EXAMIN INI1 BUHUKON In accorilnnce wltli the Acl of July glut nollrtlo Invallili and tlielr At lorneyiur that Applicant for eumlnktlun will reralre ilae Httentloh at plllce over the it ore of Dibble LU State TrPOfflce konrafriipi 10 tU5 MM and from 3 to llIiUIGAX OBMTKAL BAIL BOADJ861 Change of ON and after Mondayt July leave station ai follow GOING train lavdiltrihil at II dine Battle Chlcaii arrive i GOING Kalamuoo Vlall Train leavee Manball at 3 1 MIO m Batik 1JO 600 1000 NEW LIVERY STABLE off St OofQBSB BjtssiOBY At the annual Meeting w the board of firipervisorrof the County of0al bbnh commenced at the Court House in the city oi Marshall in faid on the Ipth day of 1864 the following njefabera ap peared and npon the call the roll an swered to their Charles x Jehiel William J7dUfo ArtemnB Battle Creek John Homer Joseph Henry George Daniel Truman Rufus Lewis Daniel 1st Joseph Charles The board called to order pornrily by cafljpg Homer Hurd to the On motion of Dunakin the board proceeded to an intormnl ballot for per manent chairman with following There wore 22 votes oust of which Arteinus Doano received 12 Hpnier llmd 6 On motion of Cobb the board then proceeded to a formal ballot which resulted as follows rriierowcre 22 vbtcsn oast or which Arteinus Doano received 17 and scat 6 on motion os Arteinus Doano was declared unani mously elected chairman of this Townsend moved that the rules adopted by the at tho nnnuaj meeting in 1803 be thn rules for the government of this board which pre Townscnd moved to amend rule 12 by siriking out tho oclock mid inserting in place thereof 0 oclock which by ayes and nays did not less than twothirds of the members present voting infavor On motion October 11 thr The hoard met pursuant to adjourn and was cnllcd to order by the clmii Roll called quorum pres John and an Rwcrcd to liis Jourunl of yesterdays proceedings rejid and The hhairmnn announced the follow ing standing camniiltcca viz On San dcrson and On comparison and Spaulding and g45 m Com isMita Payne and Harris and To settle with Superintendeitts of the Tillotsou and On public CoUb and i On roadt and of J09EPH OTIS would Inform the public that he baa opened a Mew Liver Eitabllabment for lueir aceoml on he corner of Mjuulon itreet aod Ifarhal near the Jd Ward Prlmarj School and locked It with Good Horse and Carriage which oaa bt at all tlmelat reaionable iia would thatlu naa nveral excellent SADDLf HORSES FOR LAplES which may be depended upon aa kind and Ai he Intcndj to devoid hli efpeolal attention to the ac ommodatlon of the ID the livery he la meet a lllieral May JOSEPH Boot Shoe Manufactory SAMUEL FISHJJK an houiioa to Uu Clllieoi of Mtrtoall and that hartof parehaaed theatockuf be will con tinue the manufacture of Boou and Bhotiin all IU M Uu old uf Bauklnn Uavlng aecured the Krvlcti ol t itrr Ouaa aod uiiag none but the bai aaUifacUon to all Sho may favortlm their Bjiocinl atlcntlon gUoi to IbS Mannfooture of Fine LADIKS AND4C1HLDKEN8 BUOKS kpet conitantly on hud and made to order abort LBATUER WDlNOa for and JUtPAIBTNQ ueatiy done ball Jolj OURB oeU fenaU X at ihe itorei of Jeremiah In andbi IB tht DITJBB AMD BIOS la Inform tbe cltlieni ol plan apd tut ihe dlei to aajr cater or all kljidjof Silk Ladiea Meri wq 4 elTiauill t ud not UU Uw ed thUpwwM cannot ta told inn ojod In woold larnjenti of everj abide On family relief lieoch and presented the claim ot Francis presented the claims of Francis Banks and Dennis Mr presented the claim of AI van Palmer presented the claims of Amos Calkius Robert Arnold and Bentlcy presented the claim of Thomas ts Granger presentedthe claim of The Chairman presented the claims of Silas Erastus L John Meacham and Charles All of which were referred to the on Hurd offered the following that the assesment rolls for and that each one be held liable for any errors that may And the sarao was adopted Wilde then asked and obtained leave of absence for Pendil for an iodefiuiie time on account of official Oii motion of Sanderson tlifrJward adJMiraed until tomorrow morning at 8 Ootobflr Board met pursuant to adjournment and was called to order by the cbjiir Roll called quorum Journal of yesterdays procuediugg read and Ingersoll presented the claims of James Radford and Benedict Faust and Amaaa JBentltsy presented the claims of Crarey aujd John Mopre presented the claim of William Cobb preientsd tbe of Miphaoj Jacpp Case and AJexandar T1obakmaq thf claims Wiucfe vejrit to Uw m l of tbe ooni 4ng report Youroowmiivee on oUaai would ret JtfuJly report that have eXaniSn the folio Wing refaommend aa follows OharteB ThdrrtaS COD Thomas Tour committee farther report that they hud under consideration tbe claim of Francis which is not suffi ciently defajctt tbjtistify the committee in recommending us and we recommend ttat the olaimanl have leave to withdraw the same for correc Also the claims of Arnold and others which are wanting proper certifi Also the olainfof Erasvns Hiis in the judgement of your is a matter for the consid eration of the gaperintendtnt of the We recommend claimant havo leave to withdraw the All of which isrespeotfuIVy aabmittedr GEOEQK On motion of Hnrd the report of the committee was accepted and v Palmar moyed board take up and pats upon the claims of Robert Ar nold and others referred back by the oomraitteo on which On motion of Tabor the same was laid on the Cobb moved that said claims be from tho table and recommitted o the committee on with in structions to allow the claimants such are prescribed the and the same was so On motion of Wildo thtf board AFTKKNOON met pursuant to adjournment and was called to order by the chair Roll called quorum Townseud presented the of Caleb Mr Ingersolhprosentcd the claim of Scth Hard presented the claim Henry and Tillotson presented tho claim of Ss Which were referred to committee on On motion of Dunakin tho board October Board met pursuant to adjourment and was o filled to order by Roll called quorum Journnl of yesterdays read and presented the claimsof Samuel Hamilton and James TillutHon presented the claim of Rldward Sanrlcrson presented the claims of John Hatch aud Amasa Wisncr presented the claim of All which were referred to COIUT miltec on chairamn of the oom nittee on submitted tho follow ing report Your comrailtec on claims would re spectfully report that they huve exam ined the following bills and reoomend their allowance as follows 3eth mortem oxami Allowed Jury Robert Benjaman Geo Geo H Ira Henry Litllejohn Sum Caleb Hanchclt Justice of Caleb Hanchett Benlley Haddon Amos Mr Moore the claim of David The oliftirroan presented the claim of Moses rt Which was referred to committee op Mrv Ingersoll chairman of the com mittee on claims submitted the follow ing r Your committed tin claims re spectfully report ttiat they have examin ed the following claims and recommend their asfollows a tit Michael joatioe 17 Jacob Wiaelogal oonstable8 803 Alexander 10 1 10 stone and sand 0 7B 9 76 Burpee Merchandize 40 46 4046 Amasa constable 7 00 700 W 1 S5 Geo W 65 65 O C 136 135 86 J A y 35 1 36 John jvood 47 26 47 35 Joel deputy sheriff 605 006 Richmond record books and stationary 183 00 183 00 All of which is respectfully On motion of Beach the report was accepted and VVilde moved to reconsider the vote adopting yesterdays report of the oommittne so far as the same refers to the claim of Silas and that said claimant have leave to withdraw the which Spaulding asked and obtained eave of absence for Palmer for an indefinite motion of Woolsoy tho board AFTKHJTOON Board to and was called to order by the chair Roll called quorum Ingersoll presented tho claim of John prosontcd the claim of Tho chairman proxentnd the claims of John Charles Benjaman Solon Robinson and Loander All of which wore referred to com mittee on The Snperiutondents of the Poor bo ing present submitted the following ro To the Honorable the Board of pervisoraof the County of Calhoun The Superintendents of the Poor of Calhoun County submit the following report of the receipts and disbursements of the Poor Fund of said County during the annual ending October 1864 Tlxramount of expenditure for all from Oc to Octo ber 13Ch As the most pVoper and eoonornioa mode of taktng 6are Of in safje or Idiotic In s in There has been expended for Poor Hoxige repairs and im Labor on the Keepers Physicians j Incidental Support of it Educational Temporary Hiram SE S M P E McWilhy H B N N Yourcommittee also report that they bad under consideration he of Joseph l 50 Esther 60 Miohal 60 Henrietta Stop 60 for attendance as witnesses before coro ners which your coiuiuiltee think are and recommend that tho claimants IIJVB leave draw All ol wnich is re fpeotfully GUOUGB On of Wilde the report was accepted ant Tilloton asked and obtained lejive of absence for this Cobb offered the following That this Board aoeept the invitation of the Superintendents of the Poor to visit the county Poor this afternoon at throe which was Oa motion of board adjourned until tomorrow moruiug at 8 October lith Board pursuant to adjouroroent and was called to order by be ohalr Roll called qnoram preiant Journal of yeiUirdfjrl J ea tad AJViw 35 u Tha Fnnd from which said expendi tures have been accrued as ol 2 500 00 60000 38060 13668 8338 1000 Balance in the Amount appropriated in Amount appropriated for the support of Wheat sold from Wool sold from and other products of Farm Liquor paid to This sum deducted from 749 58 tt 857 76 the amount of expenditures will leave 108 20 outstanding u to be provided We recommend the following appro priations For the payment of outitandy ingbrdfers For the support of the Poor for the ensuing year For tho support of Insane per sons Total The euro relief baa been expended in the ral towns of the as follows Albion 99 173 Battle Creak city 432 35 Battle BfldforT Burlington Claranoe Clarendon Convig Eqkford Eramett Homer LeRoy Lee Marongo Marshall city Marshall Townihip Newton Sheridan tekoosba The condition of 27 17 4 4 84 3 101 90 27 20 60 00 00 92 73 54 60 82 19 78 27 07 12 74 iff 00 10 00 30 Poor Qouso and Farm if Five more acrej bavp bepn elefted toaLi or Idiotic peVidris In this codnty TV becoming more and more a in which not onlythe rights of com mon but the Interests of tax payers lire gravely involved in its profe er iTThe present board df Stt pejintendents feel it W llub mit briefly a and recommend aliens to your body of bon The following irmano persons are now supported at tlie expense of tbi county at the State Asylum viz James Munroe fiond David an Margafet Pike has been withdrawn as and is now tdkerj care of in a private family at the ex pense of this there are five insane anc idiotic pronounced incurable men at the county whobj reason of the insufficient and dofectivi means of cannot be properly oared who subjeo the other inmates to great annoyance disquietude and The very concise hereto ap which VanDuseu lias so kindlyjfurnished we greatly aid your honorable body n coming to a proper oouclusidn on bis iraportanrsabjeot It is clear to your present bonid of that a special Build ng should be in a situation some what detached from the Poor witb sufficient cappoky aobommo date comfortably 12 to coniuif portly poor should havo been declared md for whom no bettor provision can be and for the temporary care 61 new awaiting admirsion for curative treatment in tho State Asv Wo therefore earnestly recommend an appropriation for tho erection of a building of a plan and With interior arrangements that will embrace as nearly as may bo such modren as are the best results of the actual experience at some soieutiflo who has made it his business to care for unfortunate in GBOROE Soperiri SOLAN Undents of Michigan DXAB SIR JTour letter pf the r4 7td was duly received and bjpt forill ness would have had earlier The nnpromising mental condition of thoso now nndor treatment in this admitted upon orders from the Superintendents of tho pocr in Cat lioun is to matter of deep you may not be is doomed Durinf the lost few months ho has boen more irritable and of could not bfl more appropriately loca as he is Itlimos disposed to vio Bond snows symptoms ol ini though he is less excitable than at an earlier period in his treat Farrand promised at one time Thu reading to him of a legal just at a time when his mental operations were becoming more clear and assuming a healthy suf ficed to occasion a re la fusty Ho has Xver since appeared suspicious and is sometimes occasionaljy to a de Tostf aiiil most favorable circumstances he protracted treatment before hiVlaoullies are lie never recover at it ia altogether will neyor bo She is evidently sufferiTigfrom incipient will no doubt ulti her She as well be cared for thus making room icly terminate all and could cwhere aa case more James lately has been with us hardly a sufficient length of time to allow of a reliable Hppinion being V his have been of highly encouraging char and we anticipate a favorable ja There has already been marked phyaical On the 28th and subsoquent pages of our Biennial a copy which will be of be soma valuable bnggeslions to county and others interested in the fare and restoration of the to which we desire to invite your at oTir wards are much crowded beyond tlielr capacity for com fortable still this shod not deter you from making an applica tlon promptly in all eases of recent dis aease way be in our power to re ceive ludisjiositloa prevents my writing you at length very VAJf To be continued neit one of par Army boapitali there ia a practising surgeon who has the reputation of loving the knifa and he loves to hew and back the poor patiejQla brought to to show hia After one of last operations on a wounded the Burgeons attendant stood looking at Uielwo pieoea of humanity lying on the aorgeoaV What you do in air WM waiting lor OB to point ont which to to wbioh jfcto ultunateJj for tool Tne Postal Honeyflrder To tkt Editor of the Chicago Timet I The moneyorder system in to operation pnnying extract explains its leading arid will doubtless1 interest to a largeclass of your I place in your cf moneyorder systemis to bepnTinto operation in UiiS and at designated points throughout the on the 1st of It ia Intended to promote publio ooo veiiicnce by affording a irorae and safe agency for the trans mission through the mails of small sums of money for which bank drafts cannot readily be The by which safety is secured consists in leaving out of the order of the payee or parly for whom the money is this respect it differs from an ordinary bank draft or a money order is applied the postmaster furnish the appli cant with a printed form oil application in which the latter will enter all the particulars bf tfl be stated In the and From the items contained n snoh application the postmaster will up the and also the corresponding form of The when ia hand ed to the upon payment of expressed and of the foe chargeable which tnutt invariably be paid in postage stamps not being receivable By the mail immediatelyfollowing the the postmaster transmits the corresponding aavico to the post master at the office which it is Tho latter is thns jcforo the order itself oati4 be present with all necessary information to detect fraud should any be Any oflioo may draw upon any other jffioe in the list of money order or a upon one from one dollar to But when a argor sum is additional or ders to make it np must be commission charged for ruoneytbniers not exocedino 810 10 and hot ezceeaing 15 Over and up to 20 No money will bo received for or ders except United States or notes of the National banks and or ders cannot bo paid in any other cur moneyorder is rendered in valid unless it is presented to the post master on whom it is drawn within ninety days from its date but the post master general can issue a new order on application of the payee upon the payment of a second Tho same course is to bo pursued in case the or der is Tn his case thnpayee is io furnish a nndor oath that tho order has been destroyed or accompanied by the certificate of the postmasterthat it has not been and will not bo paid if thereafter pre Tho payee niay transfer hia order to another person by endorsing it upon the resldiog it places other thitn thosndesignated n the list of money can avail themselves of the of this system but an order cannot be en dorsed In oommenping the op oration of this it has been leemed expedientto begin with tho argor postoftices A of money order offices will be found at the post The Lincoln abolition pariy Loyal delight V1 namo of tl fer from to all down befogs their and riegrpfto all who to tyranny add who are Lltiooin opposed of thb Constitution and the Union in fine to Fall whoart truly for HenW the term from the head of UBEBTT on the Now wliat has this telfcalied loyal and patriotic party done for odf conn try Lot us L It has been the adder of inary claases to the It has been the adder of the imaginary State of Western Virginia to the t It has been adder of to our It hnrbeen of hnn d red a of thousands of sUughtertd sol diers to our of It has been tht of a oountlesU host of shoddy OonifavJtOM to the governmental K It is constantly addtr of insult to injury to all oltlunt who dare think for to all who prefer the Union as it to Dls union and Arc not the Ad ders of the most venomous typo f A kind of Serpent full of It is said to atop jit the one on the the other with iu avoid Concordance And truly the Lincoln Adder likes to hear the dis n the Uuilud States is one and Should oiroumstances the number will be speedily f Eitremo One of tho rnoat corpulent mown was of Leicester who weighed eleven fourteen pound8 o the At there died Samuel aged fiftytwo and his with a single weighed filly In died Facob of in Essex lis body wan above yards in cir and weighed 600 sixteen men bear him to In of a short time before his forty uid nine aud four eet and three inches across the shoul mentions a young man n Lincoln who ate eighteen pounds of beef and died in in the year of his weigh ng 630 A baker in Pie Cor weighed thirtyfour and would frequently eat a small shoulder of baked in bis and weighing five pounds resisted fur year tolivf upon wat er gruel and brown by which be Bt two hundred paunda of his A gentleman retuliAg recency attempted to cross the Ohio river at Cincinnati with a when he was halted by a colored sol dierjon duty at the ferry What tab you got dor tho aa ble pointing to the suspicious Three dirty four pair f a a tokth anda lottlo of was the Whar am your permit io bring dem into Kaiutnok demanded the igilant The gentleman vas ODplussed for A when a bap y idea struck pr rather he struck happy Taking from bis pocket took promissory note ior he it tke bo after regarding doonoaant op down witb profound re M saay A well ftd Tho Union Army is probably tlm best fed one that ever had an Notwithstanding the swindles attempt ed by some contractor in every branch of the Commissary department to which hey have the honesty and Energy of the old who lave charge of that important prevent the army from being victimized any serious They are fed np to the apoplectic The bill of fare fur tho fall and winter season is fresh salt salt tur rioet a vagety of and hard and soft Thejio are the Then there great many such homedelicacies as preserred and for hospital Num erous quantities of these delicious fruits are put np on government con Large amounts are also sun plied free by generous individuals aim dispensed to the troops throngh the ngvnoyoi tha Sanitary Tons of preserved blackberries have been sent this summer to the army of the Good feeding like ihia serves not only to keep np tbe courage and muaolo of our brave but istibly wins over many a rebels can stand federal bullets better odor of federal coffee and the appetizing of a beef steakor slew has succeeded where bayonets havo failed in bringing them to unconditional Ea The Boston Journal tells of a musical prodigy how in that a man entirely a graduate of the Ohio Institute for the IJiaJjnps it is lower than those other man fn the while lie can also sing with perfect ease the highest tenor plays net beautifully with one and n companies it with the other on tlie pinno or Some gentlemen in Boston have heard and stnio that he has rquuScal powers snobas have been if given He is a man of culture and Well informed in politics and history of and has an following is a brief synop sis of the administration platform Emancipation without Sequestration without Condemnation without Extermination witbontPrbcrastlna Confiscation without Damnation without Reservation and fl BrigadierGeneral was re cently oaplnied by in the 8te naudoah with bis through his own On bearing of it Liuopln said I am sorry about the horteat but as for UJB I can make a better one any day I American says Lincoln was worth the day he inaugurated he now coa Tesses that lie is worth f Tbe Louisville Journal eaya He may have that of lut wefll be hanged if he is wnii iti Jrafaupg to do it i 90 had n vory abort enjoyment of the proceed of prime last Friday Ha robbed a Brooklyn rrooery at 8 was in banda of the ftfiioiers at before a magis trate at 8 and in the penitentiary wbo tjiat U U i coiw terfek fifty Car himself for fear o 9 destroy   

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