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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - March 16, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                BY HENRY MARCH Tttfc PATRIOT puBtimnt rvKRY FRIDAY on MUTH ar COURT HOUSE per payable in if not paid tcMin four toeektjfom the ment Of the Np papetdifbontinued until all per squae for the first three iand 25 subsequent A lib Aral diicottnt niade to who advertise by he PHYSICIAN Calhoun Ufx DAVID ATTORNEY A COTJtfSEkLr AT 1 836 2tf CEPHAS ATTORNEY 4c AT AND PROSECUTJNQ OFFICE CORNER pF MAIN ABO JEFFERSON Battle Dec 2t ATtbRNEY Ac COUNSELLOR AT S SOLICITOR IN ND GENE RAL LAND AGENT A VOH OFFICE ON EAST SIDE of CorRT j 3t PRENTISS NOTARY PUBLIC FOR CALHOUN BtyrtharwatttrtaJtt aeknmeletlgmtda qf Dsedr ood other instnimejUt OFFICE in the east aide of Court ilouae 2ftf From Out Lmitvtna Mrfwrttten Below will be ftanda of Thomas Mooret never before for which ire are indebt ed toa gentleman of this It presented to him by the late then anpt to who is the only daughter of Ste phen and cousin to the present Fanny The Irian in alluding to this In the stanzas J have done little more than relate a fact in and the singer who gave rise is Robert Ark THB DAY i BVTHOMAt They both were I heard but once witching lay And few the and lew the My spellboundmemory brought Traces remembered here and Like echoes of some broken Links of a sweetness lost in That nolhing now could Een ere the morning fled NOTARY HrRV BATTLB Qffiee on the Corner of Main and Jefferson July GORDON At ATTORNEYS AN1 COUNSELLORS AT WILL uttend all business entrusted to in the courts of Law andEquity of this ID Office in the brick blocli opposite the New Exchange WkiilUT I J Detroit B Monroe Shumway 60tf And though the charm still lingerd That oer each tense her The song itself was I like the that once were On summer ere youth had r Thoughts wo an summer flowers But what they we now forget I In vain with hints from other strains I wooed this truant air to As birds aca taught on eastern To love their wild and kindred In vain the uong that Sappho In to thr mourntul No muter slept beneath the Than this beneath my At one ai I lav In that holtwaking when Uimilling To the full truth of daylighf A very we From had a shrine Of song and the I Came with its music close to is fish that comes to net here a man could not get even a salt eel for All the doga have run and every cat in the town has departed this 1 friend we shall have the pleasure rf beholding your hatch et face among us before longj You would be delighted to see the sharpness of our the prominence of our and the beautiful lanternlike transparen cy of our The good work is going although n great many among us are going off cannot be ow ing to their change of but to the roast turkies they ate last There class ladies at Nippos boarding who are living 1 who still survive in exact adher ence to the principles of and find their complexions highly improved by They have excelleBT made of pebble monea boiled in clear spring wa ter sometimes they strain it through a colander of turniptops but this ttfe Doc tor calls high The sawdust dough nuts never give them the heart burn and if you shake a bunch of radishe at them once a it is they You never saw a more beautiful and interest ing sight than these ytfung ladies they resemble fair plants growing under the shady side of a Their strength is so much improved by their that they have no occasion for and never the least desire to walk about Indeed this would be some what for one of being a broad on a windy day last was ac cidentally blown against the side of newly whereshe stuckJilL to her this they have kept within which in is much the best way curiosity on ing emotion in the BREWER DKALERS IN DRY DRUGS AND BOOTH ANH BAIY MADE North aide of Court House July lost measure o er Each notei and word with every tone And loc that lent It life All again my own I Like parted when mid They meet each widowd Through memorys rualm had quest Of its sweet till all were Nor in waking did the Thus strangely escape again For never lark its matins knew So as now 1 knew this And when wondrous speH Is talked ofin our tranquil I eing this ladys and tell The vision ofthat o From Commercial THE STORMY This is the birdthat sweeps oer the sear FeurlcsB and rapid and strong is he He never forsakes the billowy roar To dwell in calin on the tranquil Save when his mate from he tempests shocks Protects her young in splintered From the Detroit Free My dear is magic charhn that seems to itself around the very name of distinguished the announcement of will ever set aWaken a thrill entire No the world so fully developea as the civil ffnd prJ5 litical emporium of the United the capita of a nation its enterprize and where merit place of hereditary And genius the place of we that he who has distingu shed himself by brilliancy of depth and extent of mental can never come before thd without kindling the passions into a flame of excitement Such was the case in this when it was reported that the profound the pride and boast of the JOHN was to apeak in the Senate upon great ques tion which now agitates the whole repub At an hacks were in rapid ladles ami gehtTeMefr thronged the side all all and all wjth one accord seem ud intent upon the same object in I was in the gallery half ar hour before the time for the Senate to commence bu and then but just succeeded in ob taining a such was the such the anxiety to listen to tho man so much so much and yet dreaded as the mainspring of southern The houi presi ed in with apparently no no particular but like the of a once stupendous ed now and then visited by the curious to gather a fragment of 6r collect valuable relift of at once gives an impetus to the and thence for unlimited No per son acquainted with American the responsiblestations which he has the struggles which he has the services he has rendered to his the politics which he has from time to time and which he now but consider him an a prodigy Once rtsvered and almost swaying the will of ft mighty people by down is only supported fov the purity of his for the servfe ea and the respect due to paif merit a dilemma is sure that not even a coalition wiH a nd so long as distance lends ment to the I think that thoftrfts pirtntf can enjqy for a full fruition of its is the unfeigned wish of THB WRSTEttN enchant the power of his oratoryf wielding the tiny of a nation by moment firing the passions the flanjes of at the next calming the storm of national commotion with the coldness of a stoic philosopher In fostered with tlje hand of educated with choicest and at early When the intellectual bud Begins to to bloom and develope its most alluring ho was placed upon the arena of the political and Htjndor tho favorable auspices which Pro vidence had placed he became as he ripened to the admiratipn of his the dread qf But after having been step by to the highest honors in the gift of a free the sanctorum of political and listened to tho loudest trump of famef for the Since writing lhave receiv MARSHALL KJUrc BV CRARY SQtARE Cnfboun ed accounts from the neighboring town of whore Sawdust has been The good work is on Most of them do nothing but though even this is censured ns a superfluous as weUwthe practice of suclting fog through rye Tee total Fast Day Forever Associations are rapidly Several geople have sewed up their and assure me the sensation is delightful others hold and ihink that knocking thpir toetb out is going far the cry is go and J think these lust must knock in spite of Brother Sappy lectured on waterpor ridge last and a most enthusiastic a flam ing description of car men tion of onions brought leafs in every He means next week to take up the dent declared jho South Jfe js here as the representative of a few Carolina entitled to the floor cast a glance at the at the his eye met the gaze of thousands of orbs thai were fixed upon hini with ail intensity that defies description andnot a lisp was with a clear without preface or he commenced upon the merits of tho bill which arose to advo He assumed on erect pre sented a tall symmetrical muscular though for phrenological a form well proportioned health His developments would indi cate strong acute but little thought fiom re philosophic J compassionate watching with his weeping from tW first tap of the ivo ry hammer upon theTEfyeakers un til the latest hour for a chance to display in his the store of treasured thesagacity of a lifetrained or to dis and wrangle with members of tha or the about his present favorite Abolitionism upon which he displays all the and pouts like an angry schoolboy for he with all the respect whinh attaches to hismasterly his high THE WASHINGTON The statement of the facto of the late duel betweenHhe William and the Jonathan of as agreedjupon by Jones and Henry the seconds of tha published in the The ence which took in regard to the chojce we It was then agreed that the parties should mflet at the Anacosta the road to in between the of 1 iand 2 i and if either got there first he should wait for the and that tljey would proceed out of the District the parties met at the Cilley and his parly arriving there and all about 2 to the place of Qij arriving at the Jones and Wise immediately proceeded to mark off the They then decided the choice of Wise won tha and consequently Jones the giving of the At this time Jones was informed by Wise Ken tucky and Hawes of Kentucky were at some distance but they should not approaehunon the Jones replied that he objected to their reputation and his vejnerable be more fitly But take him all ftrmLhe must be considered asthe nftst re JOHN CQE Saddle anid Harness BATTLE CALHOUN NEW QJJZENBURY DEALERS 1JV STAPLE DRY DRUGS SOUTH SIDE OF COCRTHOUSE January AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION STATE nfjlhe they jejoice in storms On the topof you may their forms They run and and they whirl and fly Where the glittering foam spray break on high And agumtil ol the strongest Like pjmntom shipu they soar and saiU All over the fur from land When the stormking rises dark and The mariner sees the petrel meet The fathomleuuwave with steady And a tireless wing aud a dauntless VViihouta homo or a hope i conjest and toil of when the billows of rage and strife lion on the moral qualities of baked We are all as cornstalks there is not a face in town that is not pea Yours most STlMON ness and greaf decision of His3 markable man now and thffjour long and dark though nal ofhis which he commenced at not swarthy with those inuethe age of and continued marks of intellect that never dej until the present fitted and prepared ceive when enstamped upon tlje counteby bis ownpen for the must be nance thick bushy hair brushed ly displaying with ltd silvoMiot the age of some fifty and with a restless that beams with the unimn My soul Onward and pursue thy way I CHARLES for the Kalamazoo Mutual Insu rance FOB TUB OK House SIDNEY AGENT AND BALE Ot a ever FOR THE PURCHASE OFFICE the North side ofCourlUouBS Refer to Pettit Messrs Hulburt Bongs MLLOR AT AKI the Miirahall Drug MoMxaoMBBY 6w49 LRMEIIt9 Improved Jfap of Michigan and Wisconsin or way fce found north side of for sale by June F BLANK printed on first quality of Platcap kept con on tuad and fy sole at the Patriot 30 Rowands Tonic the genuine lor the cure of the fever and for sale toy BARNEY A THE SCIENCE OF The following hit at n certain dietetic school is Yankee Nt tions by Timothy The Sawdust a newspaper which has been some time established in this we any fnan who will take the trouble to that eating is a very dangerous It is astounding to perceive what multi tudes have died of roast mutton and such like slow A consider ate man to find himself and is fully convinced that he ought to have been dead long But to that people are at last fairly awake on this nnd are determined not to sit still und be poisoned any we make the following extract from the edi tors To the Editor of the Sawdust Friend wrote to you some for the Library of Star and the Sawdust Journal I hope you send those excellent publications as soon as with any other you may have on the subject of short Public attention is now etrong ly turned these and we really hunger and thirst after every thing in the shape of tyare Doctor Saw dust has been lecturing in thia and produced quite an excitement his proofs of the pernicious consequences of eating food were the highest degree convinc ing people discovered themselves to be sick who uevar dreamt ofthe thing before THE stood candidates for a seat in the legislature of NewYork were violently opposed to each by some gained the When he was returning home elated with he met a an acquain tance of says have got the election was no match for me Ill tell you hovy I flung If there ed any Dutch I could talk Dutch with and there f had the advantage of If there weretmy French I could the advantage of flivFiss to lie was n sensible I i tile fel Yes replied the there he had the advantage A after great came to a lady he had long and tokWier his circumstances were so reduc ed that he was actually in want of five am very glad to hear re plied this your forjne he in a tone of why are you glad if you want five I can put you in possesion of five Roland Cotton has bien elected Re gister of Deeds for the county of His father held the same office 48 years and until his His father was 33 years in the and his great grandfather 48 years in the The office has now bee a 124 years in the tion of avivid he would never fail to cornmarifl and raoaiuo When he is decidedly awkward In though equajjy im pressive disdains arjj studies speaks is rapid in stops short with a full stress voice at each pauses though he resumes so that his audience can only weigh his ar gument before he presents some pro His language is figures original and striking he makes of but few no florid superla is syllogistic and logical in reasons by is oompoacd yer ammaieapexiremeiy CUM it eous without independent in feeling and and always listened to with the fixed that the talent and character of such a man will ever either in the the halls of He aimed his most deadjy blows at the opiuions Rives4ljeauty and magnificence i i i mi i one of the ropst interesting written UT I must not neglect to mention a visit to the where by the polite ness of ono of our Senators 1 was intro snrT permitted to pay an humble tribute of respect to our chief magistrate Van i can only say in general with out entering inlo dents mansion is a magnificent well worth a to the rn3 tropolis to and the struggle of aspir ants to for the sbort space of a siugle during which he can live like a prince in the purest republic in coming on the as it was against the articles of the but he tained for them tho highest respect ltyr Wise also Informed Jones con trary to the he had brought on th ground two rifles that if he Jones required him to do he would ately send one of them Upon Jonea finding that the rifle was he consented that it should remain in one of the There it is prop er to several persons on the besides the hackdrivers two gentlemen before hientioneeTSt who were there withput the i9rUy or coosenl of either as fttr is or and one ofjbese civyized world It was evening found him in his sittingroom and we surrounded by a few of his in a a iriusing room was plainly richly and presented more tho of and seemed to hoist the floodgates to his vast reservoir of profound research flowed through the channels marked out by his his broad field seemed completely and MUliLndX uleby l 48lf SOCIAL celebrated preach er used to tell his hearers that there were three cpmpanioas with which a man should always keep on good his find his Judge Lewis now a distinguished law yer and Judge in was a Journeyman printer in the office of the New York Daily in X HEIGHT nose of the LL penow tha M for their hills getter are re Ay note it U clear that but we should never hajf our Flesh meat is now in i utter abomination among I turning their pigs out of doors Bt a great rate all the cowp Are poultry have been obliged to cat dirt and for a beef I need not Just received six Danie Simmons celebrated Caet Steel Ax BKEWEB 6z 1887 51 such a thing is not tolje had for Ipve or money Sre entirely out of de ituflfed vftb red briivft Bpd I vflcily thft pKAat of a facnJ would flight the Upion of jingle one of tbe tisters is the beautiful flowers orrhetpricblooraiog in the vision of withered as if touched by the scorching lava of a volca nic Conscious of his own mental and convinced of the correct ness of his he bid defiance to the giants of the ambitious and invective feelings of the and retired from the field of wiiii the universal well done thou good and faithful secyaat of an enlightened people I had a fait opportunity yesterday of beholding in the that who may of all others now living be consider ed the most wonderful I niaan John It was the day set apart for the presentation of and he arose among to pre sent something less than half a which had accumulated upon his He is a man whose appearance when sit ting in his arouses more more mixed brings to mind more incidents of the and nrw of ease and comfort than aristopratic taste and 1 can only and that the which I were spa and richly illiimibated by suspend ed displayed great and The President is extremely fa easy aud affable in manners remarkably attentive to humorous in conversa combining the charm of romance with the instruction of the imagery of the poet with the axioms of the and the shrewdness of the poli tician with the candor of the And although he is visited by the heirs of princely 1y thte pride of mon the ministers of dukes lords and nobles of transatlantic birth 3he most distinguished the mos and polished o his with the dignity of hi the democracy of his feeling andtha regard for his he more man now living in the He is ra ther short in walks though with the infirmities of his years his bead ia bald and smooth aa a glass has itlT presses with the same warmth of cordial ity the colored hand of the laboring peas and the palm softened by the silken ed glove of aristocracy Born in com partaive conversant wjth affairsof educated in the a naturalist by a close ob server of refined by an intercourse with the fashionable by a statesman by am a genius by he seems every way calculated to to to appreciat the wants of jBvery and to consul all the marks of a 4ife almost completed in hard but yet as as at en toe whole coram ia quite out of the and nothing read the terday on the hack tebtivaio as fond of display as he waa now makipg his debut in tho prime of political PkrenolO would gjve him pemoryy love of chil love of but ijr want of coneentraUpn in ed there common belief the tha he and unlimitee interest of Ate enterprising people ove whom he now presides as chief magis tbjs so worthy of the confidence which he f njpys in this has his ambitious rjvalino leaf than three of his opponents are now cast ing a loot towards 4he e ly for the 7t low a 4t ons was supposed to be the owner of tho Shortly after the hourof 3 the rifles vere loaded in the nee of the seconds the parties were call id together they were fully instructed by Jones as tb their and words twice repeated to as they would and to in the exchange of After his they were ordered to their respective the assumed theirtplac and thefrienda accompanying Jhe seconds vveje disposed along the line of ire to observe 4hat each obeyed the terms of Jones gave the Jford and in regular succea and the parties exchanged shqti without violating in the least a single They both After Wise called upon the frjenda generally to assemble and hear what was o be Uppn he assembling of thia Jones inquired of Wise whether his friend Graves isfiedl MrsWise immediately ill these gentlemen nave come hero without animosity wards each other they are fighting mere ly upon a point of honor cannot Cil ley assign some reason for not receiving Graves hands Webbs coHIr or make some disclaimer which will relieve Graves from hip J Jones in sub stance Whilst the challenge is Cilley can make no explana Wise in substance The exchange of shots suspends the and the challenge is for the purpose of Jones thereupon saidhe would see did go to He and asked Wise again do 1 understand aright Chat the chaHeage is suspended Wise answered Jones was then atxut to pro whoa Wise suwMed it was to give tS5 or reason in Jppeg then in substanpe JQU quire me To puf what jt hftve t shall require you wi iyou have and may in Wise replied heart explanation as it may notte necessary to in Jojaes then as he t substantially tp say am authorized to tnat cluing to receive the purporjiog to be from CoL Wbb he djyp jctspect to Because him M he   

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