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Hillsdale Daily Standard (Newspaper) - July 4, 1876, Hillsdale, Michigan Volume , Mich., tuesday july 4, 1876. Numbed 1577. Agricultural agricultural. Agricultural Bristow hit speech at the Cincinnati location meeting. Rati a Elan heat plea tor refer a la tile Hartjr hum aaa Wheeler for Sale by j. To it. Copeland Ivl Ontgomery Midi. Ohio reapers amp mowers combined machines also single mowers. Threshing machines All kinds and horse Power tote following is the full text the speech Hon. Benjamin h. Bristow at the great Republican ratification meeting in Cincinnati saturday night the assembling this vast audience to ratify the work the National Republican convention held in this Hall j in the school experience. Tbs candid Atis. Upon ibis platform it Hee pieced men who Beer honoured Namee in oui country the excellence end purity whose Public services mad lives furnish a sufficient guarantee that the Pirinei fat Lee announced will be carried out in Atter and spirit. It has selected for 1 its Standard bearers gov. , your own state cheers and William a Wheeler new York. Gov. 1 Hayes in Well known to you. Under his leadership Yon have got into the habit achieving Victory. Three times have you chosen him to occupy the chair chief executive tile j great state Ohio. Not Only hat he served his state with Honor to both the Schuyler Colfax. The coming Man. Truly inner Tike Salt tic i i. Of in t7------ a last week shows that the patriotic pee j state and himself but he Baa nobly to Cincinnati who responded so no gallantly served his country at a ims is am grist Mills and All kinds farming implements. Those want a such will do Well to Call and examine Ces before purchasing elsewhere. Montgomery March 28, 1876. Pri life insurance. Life insurance. P i my to their country Scall in the Bour danger and threatened dissolution Are not yet ready to turn that country Over to the supreme control Mere professional politicians and paddlers patronage. It is a hopeful sign the times to see in this City solid wealth and in is taut Jai industries so Many her ice Sec citizens taking Active interest in i the struggle for party supremacy. Mince the imposition internal taxes made necessary by the late War Cincinnati has paid into the National Treasury the aggregate aum $100,-000,000, applause to say nothing the amount said indirectly through another Branch the Revenue. Your great City Lins paid to the government in this fiscal year Oue tenth the entire internal Revenue collected from 40,-000,000 people. Why then should not the people this City feel a deep interest in ail that concerns Tho administration the government the collection and disbursement Revenue for its support ? Yon have a right to insist upon the faithful collection in any pert the country the taxes imposed by Law vast applause Aud it is equally your right and duty to demand that every Dollar so collected shall be applied to the legitimate purposes government Aud nose other. Cheers to this end it behoves every citizen to see to it that none but competent and faithful men Are elected to office. Applause when the people become indifferent to the selection their time when his service was the High est value. Modest in bearing toward his Fellowmen one whose purity Public and private character cannot be gainsaid intelligent patriotic and sound in judgment he will Render still higher service As the occupant the chair chief magistrate the nation. The people appreciate and the times demand just such men for Public servants and it eau not be doubted that an Aaion such grand and in Krio a necessity As the sleet est s a evident in this Centennial year our National existence both platforms and candidates will be carefully weighed. Happily for us the Cincinnati convention Haa so acted a to Challenge the closest and Moat careful scrutiny both. The nomination gov. Hayes was an act Wisdom and if elected As i do not doubt he will be he will give the country a Wise patriotic and pure administration. Our nominee for the vice presidency has also served his country faithfully and Well. As a member the popular Branch Congress he Haa challenged the admiration Aud won the esteem All who knew him. His character is a Tower strength. He is a Man practical knowledge Public affairs unquestioned ability Aud in full sympathy with the highest and beat principles the Republican party. The principles the great Republican party have the same living Force they have always and the Prosper Ity and future glory the cow cow it ii ? the comments the Republican nomination at Cincinnati Are so numerous and varied that the one whom it has been a life study will undoubtedly be interesting to the Reader. For this reason a correspondent interviewed the Hon. Schuyler Colfax. Or. Colfax regarded the ticket As the strongest that Ronld have been nominated when locality and personality we re considered. He served in Congress Aith both gov. Hayes and . Wheeler and they were both among the Mossa Nodest and unassuming Public Mem while unswerving and inflexible in their political principles they never exhibited any malice bitterness towards those differing from them. Or. C. Said the nomination col. I it a re War ear awl to Hie Irawan fax most o., june a Jan the following is gov. Hayes speech at the reception tendered him last evening the copy which was received too late for transmission saturday sight. Gov. Hayes after quiet was restored said gov. Mayor works the world a there exhibited. F we rejoice to kaew that Ohio stands i now it Ink. Welkin that cow let us show a Aux address. Or. Is widow cams Moo friends neighbors and Aldo i need not attempt to express the emotion i feel at the reception which the people Fremont Aud this county have Given me to night. Under any circumstances an assemblage this sort at my Home to Welcome me would touch me would excite the warmest emotions gratitude but what gives to this its 1 distinctive character is the fact that 40,000,000 45,000,000, let a show All those who visit us How the american people Cen conduct themselves through a canvass this sort. If it shall be in the spirit in which we have met Here to night if it shall be that justness and fairness shall be in All the discussions it will commend free institutions to the world in a Way which i they have never been commended he and fore. Cheers i Good Reader did to Ever think 9 it i an inebriated Mau walking along the Street regarded the Moon Arith Sovereign contempt. A you be Hayes was in some striking particulars skin to that Lincoln. Both served in Congress winning reports those thai Arau atom inept Ioas there As reliable rather than Bril me Home i Ivy vet Bant members. Both afterwards Wop it have not vote with me National distinction in state canvasses,4 they do not attend in future that attracted attention All ohm me i r me. It is Alf and warmed the hearts r it and Iii wards them. And in both conventions. 1 Ohio thai Sandusky to duty when it seemed almost foreordained i town Fremont has received Alt that that distinguished Eastern men were 1 convention that Honor and i thank Yon to be nominated Lincoln and Hayes f democrats fellow citizens i depend Well friends i am detaining Yon to-1 Day. Cries a go go .�?� i i know How it is when a Mau talks off Boud with that dread reporter behind him therefore i propose to close what i have to say by expressing the feeling gratitude Felt by myself wife Aud family for the kind Ness Aud regard shown us by the people Fremont. About the Middle the War Gen. Some ire that Day will tick Amity Quot like the old deck the Mantle shelf j in these hard times when borrowing a and waste like the so difficult wed like to know Wyeth the gloss ? sometime that Aast Day distance still keeps up its time Hon will be reduced to half a Day find then ored habit lending enchantment to to a Quarter then to a hour does \ to the View startle you. Yet you know As Well orc we know that that time ii coming a you better ask for manners sometime. Then that last hour file than Money a said a finely dressed gentleman to a beggar who asked for alms. I asked for what i thought you h us local Board control for Hillsdale county Public servants and suffer our popular require that our highest officers shall elections to pass into the control Eue Tlam. For the Michigan Mutual life insurance company Detroit Mich. Name. Shas. E. Mott. N. Rowley. A. F. Whelan. Mere place seekers and professional politicians then indeed will have come a danger to our common country More inside Nous than treason and More certain thin armed rebellion to bring decay and ultimate destruction. B. Koon. Boot Aud shoe merchant. Fanner. Physician. Attorney at Law. G. G. Robertson professor w. A Drake professor h. B. Row i son editor Standard. Char Law be her Dwarf merchants. J. L. Frisbie comity clerk. U n. Keating attorney at Law. John rising Farmer. B. V. Tabor Farmer. O. D. Chester. Amount insured. $6,000. 6,. 5, sue. 5,000. 5,000. 5,0006,oho. 5,000. 8,000. 5,000. 5,000. 5,000. 5,000. 6,000. 5,000. The party. No names better calculated to in i spire Confidence and ensure Success could have been placed upon the tick i it. No language i eau use in too Strong to express my Confidence in the f patriotism purity and trustworthiness i the men. But Success cannot be j achieved without United persistent Aud Well directed Effort our political opponents Are Active and watchful and i Ever ready to seize from control j the executive department the gov Era meat which they have so Long been deprived. While denying that n # their to arts a a factional i thir tile Detroit Post under Date june Bojt to i one j 9th,-rites a follows with regard to a j entire Section the country in support w a 1---a Vork the convention. The great outpouring the people Here to night testifies to the fact that the National Republican convention did its work wisely Aud Well. You Are Here for the purpose ratifying that work Aud the enthusiasm the Bour shows Bow heartily your approval is Given. The platform principles is were selected because it seemed Wiser and safer to place our Standard in their hands. Or. Colfax said he was confident the canvass 1876 Woald exhibit still More striking similarities to the Campaign i860. As in that Case there might not be As Many Cannon fired perhaps at the outset As if the Choice nearly half the convention prevailed. But As in 1863, there would be a steadily increasing enthusiasm As the Strong Points and the impregnable record the nominee became More fully known to All men. With gov. Hayes experience and Public service in three great departments the government military congressional and executive wit i such a successful and faultless career As the thrice elected governor the third state the Union that it has nver even been criticised by opposing dem Fie Public i socratic politicians presses a with i . Wheelers Louisiana Compromise i which at a critical moment averted almost inevitable bloodshed Quot and civil War and calmed Down excited combatants into peace a both these Zomina a tons have undeniably sought the Nom inoes neither whom Lins lifted a Fin a Ger to secure them. Aud when con a firmed As he Felt sure they would be i by the people he was confident that these unsought honors would be so worthily won that the whole land word recognize that they were most worthily conferred. Ends republicans for this spontaneous and enthusiastic reception f cheers i Trust that in the course events the time will never come that Yon will have cause to regret what you do tonight it is a very great responsibility that by been placed non me representative 4 5,000,000 people a responsibility which i know very Well i am not equal to perform. I understand very Well that it was not by reason ability talents that i was chosen. There were accidents and contingencies that caused the result but that which does rejoice me is that Here where i have been born in the Home my childhood there Are some who rejoice at the result. Cheers. I Trust my friends that a i in along in this desultory Way for you Well know that since i Learned that i was to be Here to night the throng letters and visitors Aud telegrams to answer have Given me no time to prepare for a reception like this Yon will put a with hastily formed sentiments appropriate to the occasion. Let me if i May do it without too much egotism recur to the history my connection with Fremont. In we Ora Iii Sherman loot a boy named after him aged about to 13 years. He f that he belonged to the thir a a j Vautry and when they went Quot it and dress Parade he dressed in w sergeant and marched i a sickened Aud died. Top gathered about him for he was to them a Comrade in dear a child is loved by Man who Are torn away from the associations Home. Gen. Sherman the great Soldier was touched by it. He said it would be Idle for him to try to express the gratitude which he Felt but he said they held the affections himself and family and if any them should Ever a in need if they would just mention that they belonged to the thirteenth infantry the Blind his boy died they would Divide with him to the last Blanket and morsel food. It is in this spirit that i wish to express my feelings to the people Fremont for the Welcome Given me to night. I bid you my friends Good night. The Washington correspondence Lee. Vinier the free lever viol bes. By. Pant press june ii. The Village Waterford near Northfield has been the scene mob violence. Leo. Miller the notorious free Lover who several months ago formed a civil and conjugal partnership with miss Mariie Strickland the a a Affinity basis has been giving a course Radical lectures in that usually quiet place the past week. All went Wall until last evening when he under fur to two it j year ago y Uncle Bard is i took to ventilate his ideas a social Barchan came to this place and i re it Freedom. A Large audience men Joice my friends at the Good taste and j an it no men assembled inside and feeling which has placed his portrait i outside the schoolhouse some whom Here to night. He having adopted me As his child brought me to Fremont j i recollect Well the appearance i the then lower Sandusky consisting j a few wooden buildings scattered along is made a minutes and the min will not wait. They will add t selves together just Raml though a life was not going them. Think it. Do not to Riffith Bat sometimes in your history the i hour will be reduced to one poor ate and every swing the old car pendulum will be tearing away time from your lease life. Then at last the minute is ticked away Rod you Ara powerless still at last at rest dead. A this will happen sometime Good Reader. You cannot avoid it if you would. Sometime when but a moment dead Yon will be pow Euless As though the largest Pyramid Egypt Hail been piled upon your Dost a to Lions a Yei a. Friends Alay in a the careless stranger the time will come to us cannot answer Back. The lips will be still and pallid. The dark circles will Settle under the Eye. The heart that for Many Many years perhaps has been such a faithful engine that will be still too. The blood that gave you life and Power stops quietly in its channels just As quietly As though it not been running races with itself for half a Hundred years and you Good Reader dead like an old clock whose weights and Springs Are gone the weary wheels i life at last stand still a sometime that i will be your Fate and our Fate and the i Fate All that live. A sometimes when i the lost throb life is past the last j Sand run out then How very quickly i those we loved a Yon loved the Dearest will haste your soon to become loathsome dust from the sight men. Did Yon Ever Stop to think it most a was the reply the mend it. Eyota lady in taking her g gape lately put her jaw out joint and it was two Days before the Octor get it in place again. Her husband says he has to such a vocation since his married life began. A my dear a said a husband in startled tones after waking his wife in the Middle Tho night a i have swallowed a dose strychnine. A Well then do for goodness Sake lie stir it May come the question for College dons to consider is do Young ladies really re quire to graduate in arts done to arts come natural to them like Candy love bonnets pull backs interject Ioco dec ing any other fascination the period ? what a Relief the Max Muller pit Man style spelling will be to future generations. None your a queues a a a Sibyl a a a paddlers a a Poi cards a Aud other hard words simply a a is a a a Sills a a Ped los a a a porn Yards a and words to that effect. State Navy jul. The burned portion Midland City is soon to be re built with Brick. The Salt Rock has been reached at a depth 980 feet at Oscoda. Three boys in Bronson Branch co., and to i aged to years have been imprisoned in Farmer and Miller. Morris Lamb sheriff g. W. Knight Boot and shoe merchant. Chas. E. Mott preheat. Of. N. Hawley vie preside. A. C. Allen Secretary. A. P. Whelan h.d., fled i examiner. In. B. Koon attorney. This is the Only life insurance company Oran led under the Laws the state Michigan sad the Only company that leaves the Money taken for premiums up the localities where the business la done thereby keeping the Fonds at Home where a High rate interest is readily realized and where they assist to developed Home inn Fry. This la a Mutual company dividing All Profota among policy holders and pay dividends at the end every year from the Start. All Pollok issued by this company Ore non forfeitable after the payment one annual Premium by the Law this state. All eats meal policies issued by this company have their Cash Val be endorsed thereon so that a Holder a policy can at any time Tell just what it la Worth in Cash. Michigan Mutual life insurance co. Justice j Dir Ely Saiid. It declares for equal and exact Justice to All men Liberty and j Equality in the exercise All civil political and Public rights to be enforced if need be by All the Power conferred upon the government by tile Constitution. In this declaration is embodied the highest aim government and without its practical operation no government is really free Worth the support a free people. Conceding perfect Liberty and exact Equality to those who sought by violence to overthrow the government it demands the same Jacob William Farrand president. John t. Linn Moore vice pre a. Prof. A c. Watro l. It. Thayer general agent. Est Secretary mow the candidates whom they will present. Tile highest considerations patriotism Aud the greatest Good the whole people require that political Aud party contests shall no longer be marked by sectional lines and boundaries. The position Tbs Republican party to Day presents in Opportunity for the Complete obliteration such lines. It appeals to no Prev Adios and invokes no sectional hate. It plauts its banners High the ramparts 1 Freedom and invitee the people suit brought by the department Justice behalf the against sex Secretary Thompson for the abstraction Indian Trust Bonds during president by Chauanh a administration Secretary Chandler has answered the letter ex-8ecretary the Interior Jacob Thompson by causing suit to the River with very Little paint them and these Trees none them grown the old fort still having some its earthworks remaining so that it coaids be easily traced. A pleasant Village government i this was for a boy to enjoy himself in. I there was the fishing the River shooting water fowl Over the dam the Island and the Lake and perhaps to boy Ever enjoyed his departure from Home Quot better than i did when i first came to Fremont. But now see what Fremont is How it has grown. It has not increased to a first class City but be brought Agugust . Thompson for a it has become a pleasant Home. So Security Aud right for the end Reno every �?o4 chained race which a followed the Flag 1 a a it Ual �i and Politi a _ 2l Cal rights. The old Henry Clay whigs Atcy. A Meta to secure policy Nettler. Liability to policy Holder. A Aroln a regard policy Holder. Number policies issued i mro. A i t.ttf�,07i� by a Jas bin 83 ii ,733 7n amount insured. A 10,, . Animal premiums same 310,927 . Office to agents wanted la every tows and Village in Hillsdale count. H a Ruis r. Fuller Kite a. C. Allen agent Hillsdale Michigan. Morris r. Fuller s v. Allen. Agent h. N. Rowley agent Moscow. O. D. Chester agent. Camden. Apply to the Home Elal agent. Clothing. Clothing. Clothing clothing Guggenheim and kept step to the music Tho this is but another form expression for the idea that thin gov eminent is a nation one people and not a Mere league Many states. Obsi met . The platform commits the party fully and squarely to the resumption specie payment applause in a dad alike by the Best the people and the solemn pledges the government. There must lie no step backward but continuous and steady Progress toward resumption and return to the Money the Constitution. Every expedient for the revival our prostrate industries which Falls Short absolute resumption and Complete fulfilment All our National obligations will prove inadequate and deceptive. The necessities the country demand the restoration Confidence in business and commercial is receiving Fine Stock Aud Douglas democrats the South inspired by that love the Union which animated the bosoms their great leaders should stand shoulder to shoulder with us in this Centennial year. They Are no less interested than ourselves in preserving the Union and perpetuating the blessings Freedom which Delet them Bury the hurtful prejudices interest j engendered by civil War Anil once More Home to the front with their old allies and political friends gladly Welcome them. The platform and candidates the Republican party Are worthy the support every Mau the South who is willing to forget the bitterness the psst who Haa within his bosom a spark patriotic Hope for the future our common country and in dissolute Union. There is no substantial reason Why every Man who has at Auy time acted with the Republican party May not transaction and this will come Only stand upon the Cincinnati platform and from a stable currency and readiness j support the nominees. Applause to discharge All National liabilities a whatever causes difference May letter and spirit the j have existed heretofore Are brushed Sway by the Wise and timely action 1 the late convention. Casting aside j forever All the Petty differences Sud a disaffection that Nave Arisen within for our Early fall Trade. In clothing and furnishing goods. He has also a splendid line cloths and Cassimeris for custom work. A All which will be sold at Low prices. Hillsdale sept. 6th, 1875. Furniture. Upholstering. Ceo. H. Painter co., manufacture and dealers in Howell Street opposite Sutton Block cording to the undertaking. Reform. The convention has Given us a simple and easy method reforming our civil service which is neither More nor less than the practical application in Public affairs the Rule which works so Well in private life that every Man 1 should mind his own business and leave others to do likewise. Members j Congress whom the Constitution charges with legislative duties should not dictate appointments to office As rewards for personal political service but should leave the executive free to exercise his constitutional functions in the selection officers with reference to honesty Fidelity Aud capacity under the Sanction Bis oath to take care that the Laws Are faithfully executed. When the distinction Between legislative and executive functions comes to be fully recognized and observed it will be easy enough for the executive to Reform and elevate our civil service without this it is impossible. The convention has struck a blow at the very Root the evil and has indicated the True remedy for the dangerous tendencies a practice which comes Down to us from the democratic party. The platform pledges the party to speedy thorough Aud unsparing prosecution and punishment All Public officers who betray official Trust. Great applause the convention did not Stop to consider As some would have us do whether such prosecutions Aud punishments would be hurtful to the party. It has Given notice thut plunderers the Public Revenue and corrupt officials whether democrats republicans must meet As they deserve the Rigours our criminal statutes. The necessity for purity in the Public service and the duty that rests upon us to preserve Aud perpetuate form government demand strict Observance and fulfilment this pledge. Non sectarian government and education. Recognizing fully the value popular de neat Ion applause and the absolute importance Complete separation Church and state applause the convention has declared in favor a constitutional amendment forever Settle party let us Oace More present to the country an unbroken front and with firm purpose and High resolve move Forward to another Victory determined to perpetuate for ourselves Aud our posterity All that has been secured in the past and to Advance still farther the principles upon which the party was founded. Applause personal. Fellow citizens Cincinnati i Trust i May be pardoned for speaking myself great applause so far As to express my profound gratitude for the steadfast Confidence and unfaltering support you have Given me. No Man Ever was More keenly alive to the obligation. And yet i am not vain enough to suppose that this Bas Arisen from any Merit my own. Cheers it has been because you have supposed me to be in some sense the representative an idea a principle which lies near your hearts. Cheers. Let me beseech you stand fast to that principle increase and strengthen my obligation to Yon by Earnest Hearty and United support Hayes and Wheeler who As i sincerely believe represent the cause Good government and All proper reforms. Hearty and repeated applause Secretary chandler9 kale. A Washington correspondent the Chicago Post and mail relates the Fob f lowing incident . Chandlery a official life borne five six years ago Congress chartered a Street rail read in this City to run from the Treasury department out through a North end to t he Blad Eubark Pike. No subsidy was granted asked Congress merely named the corp orators Aud granted the charter. In due time a company was organized to build a Road and a duly authorized officer called among others senator Chandler and Token him to take a few shares Stock to help to Start the Enterprise and be received in substance the following respectful and explicit reply a i make it the invariable role my life not to take Stock other Pecan the value the Indian Trust Bonds stolen in Bac Hauan a administration while Thompson was their custodian. The first count is the Ordinary Assum sit for $1,000,000. The second is As follows a the plaintiff sues the defendant for Bonds received by the defendant while acting As Secretary the Interior the United states for the Nae the plaintiff to the amount 51,000,500, the Bonds having been converted by the defendant to his own use while a was such Secretary the Interior the 1st Day july 1857, the said Bonds being the property the plaintiff and it then Aud there hav been the duty the defendant to pay Over the said Bonds to the United the plaintiff claims $1,000,- with interest from the 1st july 1857. There Are four More counts in the indictment and the amount sued for including principal and interest is something More than $2,000,000. The suit i was brought by United states District attorney Wells Nuder the instructions the department Justice. As stated in a previous letter . Thompson came All the Way from Memphis Tenn., to learn from Secretary Chau Dler whether the newspaper reports were True by which . Chandler was represented to have said a that Thompson was responsible for the stolen Bonds Aud was Able to re pay the amount to the government and should be Mode to do stopping at the Ebbitt House in this City Conroe his rebel friends called upon him to pay their respects and when Thompson wrote his letter to Secretary Chandler with the request j that the Secretary would give him a i prompt a reply As his convenience would permit he selected two trusty j henchmen to Bear the valuable missive to . Chandler and to receive his answer. The letter carriers were very properly men military experience sex colonels the defunct Confederate army and now democratic members Congress Viz in coins Quintus Curtius pleasant so thriving that i rejoice to think that whatever May result rect fall it will be pleasant to return to it when All is Over. If Defeated i shall return to you it f Oner than if i go to the White House Aud if i go there i shall rejoice at Tim time when i shall be permitted to return to you to be a neighbor with you again. Aud really we have no cause not to be satisfied with oar Home and the Large interests which will lie for us Here in tile future. Larger cities always have some strife and rivalry from which we Are free and yet we Ara situated Between two commercial centers East and West Between which is the great Highway the world and we cannot but partake their Prosperity. Over the Railroad passing through this place near it to pass for All time to come the travel Aud Trade new York and ban Francisco Loudon Aud Pekin passes. Every town along this route partakes the Prosperity this Highway. Upper Sandusky the Pittsburg it. Wayne and Chicago Railroad and Tiffin that thriving and Beautiful j City through which passes the Baltimore Aud Ohio Railroad Are South us while along the Lake Shore posses the great Northern division the Lake Shore Road making the Road at this place As it were the great artery the worlds travel and we Oan abide with the Prosperity thai is to come in future. Those our friends who travel in Europe return sometimes dissatisfied because there is no soreness and a newness and a roughness in this country not seen in England and the older countries Europe but the greatest happiness Osall a know Iii preparing a Garden a House is to see the improvements growing up in our hands. This is what we enjoy and the change in Fremont from the time i first knew it till to Day gives me pleasure. There is another change which makes me feel udder and gives Rise to Mournful reflections. When i came Here in 1846 i Learned the names Many citizens who knew me in my boyhood. There was . Mayor your father come armed with unsavoury eggs and other arguments More solid in the shape rocks Aud brickbats. The interruption began outside by mutterings be Ngeune one Man crying out a put him Down heat come Here to break up quiet woe partially restored and the speaker went perhaps Twenty minutes longer arraign ing the marriage institution is an a cd arsed system social slavery compared with which he raid chattel slavery whitened into Morel excellence. The indignation the crowd could be restrained no longer and the meeting broke up in wild confusion. Rotten eggs were thrown through the open window at the speaker whose portly form stood in full View behind the desk. With the Aid a Friend he managed undercover darkness to reach his Carriage. The crowd soon Learned his whereabouts Aud made a Rush far him. They seized hold the Wagon and tried to pull him out but a sudden plunge the have Shook them Oft Sud the eloquent fanatic made a Safe Retreat amid the hoots and jeers Aud flying missiles the mob. Remember that to have an enduring Monument in the hearts All the Good and True you yourself must build it before that Day a sometimes comes it is not the form the pleasant face that Are remembered longest. It is the Good that we do. And if you will Only Stop and think How very near that sometimes May be and it stirs the soul to generous acts filling the life out full with the Good deeds you May every Day Sprinkle All around you it will not matter so much after All when the a sometimes comes. You will be prepared to meet it Aud when pulse is St rest Aud life snuffed out if so to be that those who gather around can say a the was Good to the a the made Tbs Earth better for being Here a the county jail for stealing at three Rivers june 17, some one killed one James buddy and a horses by cutting its Throat. The Hay crop in the Vicinity Marshall is reported As badly beaten Down by the rain. Twenty Ann Arbor students have been baptized recently and brought into the Church. A Drunken fellow in Marshall shot at Thunder the other Day. Thunder is a policeman that town and the Ball went through his hat. The evening news says that 40 windows value at $8 each Are reported then know that no Tablet Marble j broken in the Russell House by the re brass shall be so enduring As the love your acts shall have written upon the hearts All whose love is Worth the getting Aud the a sometimes will have ushered you into a rest that shall never More see death. Items in tempest. Done to work before breakfast. If it is necessary to toil before breakfast eat your breakfast first. A Western editor id his financial article says a Money is close but not close enough to a will Yon have me Sarah a said a Young Aarau to a modest girl. A no John but you can have me if you publican Salute the other night. O. B. Curtis the Muskegon chronicle was assaulted the other Day by John Hall Aud considerably scratched. Haji was arrested paid costs Aud gave a written apology. A Hollander named Dew itt suffered Sun stroke yesterday afternoon while at work the streets at grand rapids and lies in a critical condition. By the upsetting a Kettle full hot water at a Gres wednesday Frankie a three year old daughter w. H Galligan was severely scalded and died yesterday. The Odd Fellows Hartford have done nobly by the widow one their Brothers. They paid up a $-106 Mort Why does a coat get larger when to j Gage her House and saved her from Keu out a carpet bag because when j being turned out doors. Create Rafal Fred ration. Larina Mississippi and Casey Young Rudolphus Dickinson Tho. Hawkins in a % in nil. _111 a Al ____5 j a re run i Savi Ami f la Mae Val re Lnag. Of Memphis Tenn. The military flavor these pinks chivalry is rather stole and unwholesome to be sure but for so simple a matter As carrying a letter they Are presumed to be at All Eventa the letter that they bore from their Prond and offended chieftain Thompson whose name is spelled with a p. Was duly delivered to Secretary Chandler who declined to apologize retract anything to Send a written answer just then. This morning . Thompson got his answer a suit at Law requiring him to account for the stolen Bonds with interest. Here Are a dozen Good reasons from the Jersey City journal Why the Republican party should he preferred to democracy. A Hundred reasons equally As Good could readily be Given 1. It represents the intelligence and loyalty the nation. 2. It is the Champion free education and an advocate the rights labor. And among others that Marvel business Energy George Grant and so i might go giving name after name but it is True that All that i remember seeing that fist visit not one is with is to night. All those who Cam with me nay Mother my sister Ara gone. I have been touched scarcely by anything that has occurred since the nomination As much in by a letter from a Friend at Norwalk who wrote a if Sardis Bur chord could Only have lived to know Bat this is the order Providence. Events follow upon one another As wave follows wave upon the Ocean. It in for each Man to do what he Ca to make others Happy that is the prayer and that is the ditty life. Let us my friends in every position undertake to perform this. For me i have no Reliance except that which Abraham Lincoln when he West from his friends at Springfield when he said to his friends a i go to Washington to assume a responsibility greater than that which devolved upon toy one since the first per Ridant mid i Hie Centennial anniversary the Day which the people the United states declared their right to a separate and equal station among the Powers the Earth seems to demand an exceptional Observance. The founders the government at its birth Aud in its feebleness invoked the blessings and Protection a divine Providence and thirteen colonies and three millions people have expanded into a nation strength and numbers commanding the position which then was asserted and for which fervent prayers were Beu offered. It seems fitting that the occurrence the one Hundredth anniversary our existence As a nation a grateful acknowledgement should lie made to almighty god for the Protection and bounties which he Bas vouchsafed to our beloved country. I therefore invite the Good people the United states the approaching fourth july in addition to the usual observances with which they Are accustomed to Greet the return that Day further in such manner and at such times in their respective localities Aud religious associations a May be most convenient to Mark its occurrence by some religious Aud devout thanksgiving to almighty god for the blessings which have been bestowed upon us s nation during the Century our existence and humbly to invoke a continuance his favor and his Protection. In witness whereof i have Hereunto set my hand and canned the Seal the United states to be affixed. Done at the City Washington this 26th Day june. In the year our lord 187o, and la Independence the United states America the one Hundredth. Signed u. S. Grant. By the president. Hamilton fish Secretary state. You take it out you in find it in creases. A writer school discipline Saj s a 1 a without the Liberal use the Rod it is impossible to make boys never owe Auy Man More Tuliau you Are Able to pay. And allow no Man to owe you More than you Are Able to lose. When a Loafer enters the Sanctum a Busy editor Aud the editor says a a glad to see you re Back a what does he mean at a recent election in Minneapolis where women voted they wreathed the ballot boxes with Flowers to cover up the tobacco juice decorations last year. Quot lace is what Rulies the men now a Days a says an Exchange. This is wrong. Lace ruffles the women As usual. It is the paying for it that ruffles the men. A what la your business sir a asked the court in in Sharp voice. A a what a that a said the judge. A i open boys done to usually repeat their sunday school lesson when their Bare feet come in Contact with the business end a Bee. A philosopher says a if you would pass for More than your value say Little. It is easier to look Wise than to talk Wise. A Bachelor recently made his will leaving his entire furniture to be divided among the girls who refused him. A for to them a he added feelingly a i owe Ell my earthly Happi curing Public schools against sectarian Ary interest in any company chartered a influence. This is no otherwise aided by Congress while Hii Sdale. F organs. Mich. Organs. 8 s i me Sam a a matchless Burdett organs Abe made at Erie pen is. 07 Send to the Burdett Organ company Erie. Penney Rani for circulars control f abridgement religious Freedom. It i leaves every Man free to follow tile dictates his own conscience in mat j ters religion but prevents the ase j Money raised by taxation for build-1 i ing up any sect denomination. The i i state must not is brought into set Blu Gati to the Church nor shall any i i Branch the Church be put under the j fostering Core the state to the ex-1 delusion other sects i la a word the Standard which the j party has carried successfully through four successive National contests has i not been lowered but advanced still higher. The convention which assembled Here last week has shown to the world that it represented a party Progress ready willing and Able to move Fox Ward in the science government and to team lessons Wisdom 3. It preserved the Republic in face beg Yon my friends and neighbors to the greatest rebellion modern i Pray that i May have that divine Asta use. 1 distance without which i cannot Suc 4. It restored through its legislative Wisdom the Southern states to All their former rights Sud privileges in the Union. 5. It abolished slavery. 6. It made Freedom Universal. 7. It settled the vexed ban Boundary question. Coed and with which i cannot foil. Chevre in that spirit i ask Yon to Deal with me. Cheers. If it shall be the will the people that this nomination shall i be ratified All will be Welt if the Juan f other Hood it shall to the will the people that a no Thor Shoji assume these i pm in the Benote. The Enterprise yours is a Good one. A Road in needed through the portion the City you propose to go Sud if Well managed will pay a Good percentage the investment. I no not say that there is any impropriety in senators taking Stock in it. I have made the Rale mentioned for myself Only and the More i think upon the subject the More am i disposed to adhere to the Rood was however built and proved to be very profitable precisely As senator Chandler predicted ire might have made thousands dollars by taking a few Sharee. All the More Honor to him therefore for Bis very proper end inflexible Rule. If All Pablic men were equally scrupulous Congress Woald he saved a Werkl troublesome 8. It obtained $15,000,000 from great responsibilities let is see to it the potato Ara already swarming and Long before the potatoes Are out the ground. What they Ore living a one seems to know and there Are not a few that pub Pheney that they Moat starve to death and that in this Way thay will find it better to leave this part the world and go to borne country where potatoes will come sooner and make food for them. There Mast course be some Parte the world where from some cause another things will go wrong and become distasteful to the Beetle but we fancy it Wib manage to keep its hold Here. To far As we can learn there is no general feeling that the Beetle will leave us to ourselves. On the other band there seems to to no great dread him. Potato planting has been going m brisk a Ever this season and in spite Many losses end drawbacks in so to quarters to fancy the crop Tho whole next fall will be found As abundant m Telegraph. England and settled amicably the Alabama depredation question. 9. It gave the nation a Good National banking system. La it has paid nearly $600,000,000 the notional debt. In it built the Pacific Railroad. 12. It has opened a profitable Commerce with Eastern nations through favourable treaties. Matthew Noble the English sculptor woe born in the year 182a while yet a Young Man . Noble obtained the order for the Manchester Wellington Monument. He was successful in his professional career but More through Good Luck than Genius As his Talent air petition beet never paned beyond respectable a mediocrity. That we who oppose him give him i fair trial and Ako oar prayers. My friends i thank Yon for the interest Yon have taken in this reception Sud that Yon have Laid tide partisan feeling. There has been too much bit i ter Ness etch occasions in this coun try. Let us see to it thai abuse vituperation the candidate that shall i be named at St. Louis do not proceed j from oar lips. Lei a than Centennial occasion this second Century existence set an exam prof what a free and intelligent nation can do. There to assembled at Philadelphia assemblage representing nearly All nations the world with their arte and manufactures. We have invited Oom and they have come to Noar Pete with a and with Cank ofter. A America Stoa a Mil bilk in Tomato cheap and convenient trellis for tomatoes in a four Square Frame for every Hill. It requires Corner poets each about two feet Long and one Inch a Nam nod three pieces lath each one foot Long nailed each the four sides. Sash trellises Cost Only in few cents and save Many times their coat in tomatoes. If snob a trellis be placed around each Hill before the Plant has fall grown the fruit will be kept off the ground. It May be made durable Wood and carefully stored during the Winter and Thorn will j lost 20 years especially if dipped before using in n Kettle cd cold tar. The quarrel i Vee Tim chief pollen grand rapids woe settled monday night by the re election j. L. Menu to Tan Poat tinn. By resigned week ago be Cense Hie salary we Cal Down to l90q. He now one Anta at the Redwood salary. Over the Gate a graveyard in Southeastern Tennessee is the following inscription a no person allowed to be buried in this enclosure except those who live in the a father Bent instructing his three year old son said a if you Throe apples Sod should give me one. How Many would you have left a a i do it pay was the prompt reply. A widower who never quarrelled with his wife said the first Day his marriage was is Happy so the last. Another widower said the last Day his marriage was the happiest. A Young Man in California began to read a paragraph about a mine to his sweetheart commencing a Yuba mine a when she interrupted Bim with a i done to care if i do Jim a it is a True saying that a god famished no encouragement to the Lazy a end the quicker a Man Realises the fall Force these words the quicker will be be useful prosperous and Happy. A Newark girl hastened the departure a lingering gentleman caller the other evening by remarking As she looked onto the window a i think we shall have a Beautiful a Young Man the Street being charged with being Lazy was asked if he took it from his father. A i think Dot a replied the disrespectful son a a father a got All the laziness he Ever �?� Milton was asked by a Friend whether he would instruct his daughter in the different languages to which he replied. A no sir one Tongue is sufficient for a for. Smithers How Coo Yon sleep ? the Ama Baa been up these three a Well what if it has a said Smithers. A the goes to bed at dark while in a up till after a girl presenting herself for a situation at a Bouse where a no Irish need apply a in answer to the question where eke came from said a sore could t be Nerene by me accent that Fri Vert Noii Lam a the red star1? Battle Creek a club coloured men have challenged any coloured base bal i club in Michigan to play with them in that City for a purse $25 Aud the championship the state. George Sprague an employee in w. P. Hewitt a Mill at Muir was drowned saturday afternoon while bathing in Maple River. The body has not been recovered. He was a single Man and resided with his parents near Elsie when at Home. At Dexter saturday night the 24th., about 12 clock As William Stevens was going Home he was knocked Down main Street in front the he was picked up insensible. William Morrison is accused and will be arrested. Morrison is a hard Case and it will go hard with him. A Slung shot was used. A Bachelor Farmer Lafayette Gra it it county named Smith was awaken-1 de the other night by finding the contents his room fire and his Vest rifled $150. His hired Man and bedfellow named Butler appeared to be sleeping when Smith awoke but he left suddenly it is thought that he committed the crime and fined sleep to Avert suspicion. The Post office Ypsilanti was entered by burglars the night Jane 18.�? tools Gunpowder etc., lying about indicating extensive preparations for blowing no the Safe but something apparently frightened them away before they accomplished their purpose. This is the third attempt. Taking pitty a penniless fellow George Shirer took Henty Buhler to to his Home in grand rapids saturday night intending to give him his Board until Buhler could secure Era pm meet. In the morning Buhler arose after hirer left and it is charged attempted to commit an outrage a hirer a wife. For this offence Buhler was arrested and held for trial in the circuit court. Political. Sex senator Fenton says be believes the Liberal element will cordially support Hayes and Wheeler and his present determination is to do so himself. The motto the republicans Ohio last fall when Hayes ran against Bill Allen for governor was a in Hayes we Trust in Allen we those who have trusted in Hayes have never been disappointed. At the fifth Maine congressional Republican convention Friday Eugene Hall was renominated for Congress receiving 158 votes to 51 for by l. Milliken Belfast. The National says the Republican candidates a was to the nominations themselves the candidates cannot As regards personal character and antecedents be spoken too highly. They Are eminently respectable mean the most respectable men in the strict sense that word the Republican party has Ever the new York times says gov. Hayes As president a the will carry no pledges into the White House anti will be a free to perform its duties As he deemed Wisest As he is there never was such a candidate Leas under obligations to the machinery politics Aud there could not be a president More at Liberty than him to serve his country. The Boston traveller says a it is undoubtedly a satisfaction to . Blaine to know that a Benato ship car within his reach but it is hoped tha he will not reach out his hand to accept it. His True place the place where he can Bart serve his country and where he can win honors which any Man May Well be proud is the popular Branch

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