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Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - March 23, 1838, Marshall, Michigan OIt if mmt of the jn the eopimenee No paper discontinued until all Arrearages are per squae for the first threo 25 each subsequent A lib eral discount thoso wh6 advertee by PHYSICIAN Calhoun 1836 8tT CEP HAS SM IT H AT THE JBFFKRSOM Battle 2t P ATTORNEY A AT SOLICITOR IN AND GENE RAL LAND AGENT Cornr 3t PKKNTISS mSMc FOR CiAMlOUN duly take aclmowledgmaUa of Deeds and other iiiutmmcnis nj Ornct tho east aide of Court House 25tf NOTARY DATTLK CAtHOUN Office on tlit Corner of Mttin aud Jefferson July THE tEAD BY Sleep hy The tflSteifbteth The wave it Oer mild eve her bemnjy And there the white gpllBtla fier wings And the bluefhalcyon to lave Her ploniage in the holy Mye Sleep willow oer thee bends With melanfiholy No violet jjorjdewyttso Its soul of love laysbare But there the sea orient is sweetlyVw Hiy riiunfeere And HRe a weeping mourner The pale flag hangs its tresses Sleep glittering depths Of oceans coral waves Are thy brlgKt requiem The music of its waves The purple gamtt forever burn In adBless beauty round thy urn And pure and infant The blue sea rolls on its waves abtfve Sleep fearful wrfrth Oi mingling cloudttnudeepf JMay leave its wild end stormy track ACove thy place oJ a But when the wave has sunk to f Ao now twill mnrmer oer thy breast viciiiiiB the sea Perchance will make their home with Sleep corpse is far But love bewails thqe the heartwrong sigh is And lovely eyes are And thy young and beauteous Her thoughts are hovaring by thy sida As oil she turns to view with tears The Eden of departed Sketch tfr BY From the time I have spent with this and the familiar ftitofviews Ihttve with him in 4 have been Enabled to form a pretty correct no tion of the feeling and as MI tia of thisextraordinary Creek by ho feftVhiso own tribe wbdst a and sought ftn asylum a mong the he bejen he has flourished His father was a white bvrthdfntt I have much and faithfully to Ivriarratioris of this and drawn are to see that there is an interest felt by Dt been information longer and from thoso who have the people of this favor of the more intimately ac quainted and I con vinced is something of the most extraordinary nature in the character of this something that bears an im cnuse oT agficuTtjarer lately had ft fine agriculture State convention in this the proceedings of which are of great and will tend to turn a proper degres of attention to that vastly ton thirst for That MrWise may disabuse himself of this hasbeen formed of his coftduot if I I f ityuo r I V i press which can never be forgotten or important in KenluckyT tie has a mind of a wonderful thertp was a larga convention held on tho calculated to fortify yet 8d of February sefvernl destroy a lurking capa Slates we have observed that ble of gilding with the tyarmth and glffdr nlaking to form agricultural efforts aje oy iiunureuo bf his fellow citlSDOnft of nil 1 sincerely Bui it can her in no other than ia that which the public Calls for which tho public peace through O 4E JSJBiTJIJUBLSj if OLD PHere lien a poor forlorn old long eerncr d Whole year a in ooliuide she by except her him a vagrant upon the World to cater for He soon became a favorite a ifiong the Seminoles and from his force of character nnd genius he has ris en to the highest Ifbnors of the At all the ball plays and other rnnnly Powell was reputed first in the na tiofi and his name was changed to Asse ola from the he could drink a g rent tho blank drink call ed asseOfla which Was from some bitter and and ho last and foast of the greet From it appears ho is qn tirely a selfmade nnd ono of an nxtraordinary wjilch te conclu sively proved by tho fact ho is ac Ivhriw lodged aiid followed by till tho chiefs of the as head war Though ho is but a dernisru yet he speaks not a word of in his actions and is as perfectly nn Indian as any man I ever In stature he is about tho middling orftl ing pleasantness qf sunshine the whirling both Sfate thats rdgrhrin Iijsr Sftrj evf lookswelt for the future en in his mirth and childishness destroy ty of AS we observed DO He smiles and fawns and Ian1 the proper atention be paid to guishes before his or the gazing but in and we shall hereafter escape when ho tells in confid the revulsions in attd the pecuniary his tales of Chough mildvand thiit the country has been labor I I Ant n o n rl n f smiling drops moisten his eyes one yef life hurtling hero rushes thqir sockets at Jhe black jet balls of his nostrils and hisbosom swellwith im his clenched teeth are set in silent oaths of intractable ing under for the last year and a Rochester Public opinion here has down gppn TjiruStit will be seconded by the press of the whole Uniod and i After Jxjiies the last ti coiiforenco SWtf 6ORDON A AND WILL at tend to all btfsinesH entrusted to in tlie courts of Law and Equity this with fidelity and de 03 Office in the brick Mock opposite the New WmiitiT tf Detroit Monroe Shumway Bu 1SLTA BREWER DKALUHH IN DRY DRUUS AND BOOTS AND EADY MADE North side of Court House July MARSHALL In was and and besuty rare A grave old oachdlor was slain 1 Who Bought her hand and heart in AB she grew and lost her Her yrithher grew sour Slie seeWcjl ail her friends to feihea silent fur of i iN Here lies the veriest wretoli Wounded by love and killedby The iiian thatcourledlhia fild the charms of youth He neither nor nor Unkn6w4i through this dull world he Without a or rte Idnelincgs liaritv to stamp them out of mediocre apleasing symmetry pf i which thelights anil passidn and feeling urn snnn lo play with perfect There is at times spread oven the ihostbenignant and expressive ovep to pprtect effeminacy at durkcuecl with the sternness or the dying he per fect beau ideal of an Indian graceful in his movt and al most in bis jwiihtlio His hand issmall and delicate to tho touch as that of a nnd the aro coniimnrHy Naturally of a restless and Impatient dis his captive interviews with civilized world he in his gneves pines ken The world Sec shako the hand of a laughing fawn but those who listen to his griufs as 1 have donej will see tho sternness of a and in his statue a beautiful stat 2 A mind thus organized and by such circumstances as have fallen to his must soon destroy its The re a reTfilemfiiW ff sprrjit that wage a deadly war with tho when thwarted down to a strength rapidly giving and I wpuld be very muchsirprised should survive many months or even inhis present and undeVhis present agony of O SAVINGS ov BAM is something like a barrel of The meat at the is not so good as that a UtUo downJhe uppej1 and lower ehds are plaguey apt to have a little taint in but tho middle is always IN We are hap pyttrnotice in tho patent tiffice some beauuiu samples ef SSJSK vhd resides near Not George in Tho stalks nave each and 8 ear on Baden has rais present state of tliern thiA kind of corn lojt by 24 yeiJtra careful examina Many year distributodby tho commisioners of patents the und in this way the corn has been happily introduc the southern and western IpO bushels can bd raised to an acre of rich and it isL said have been raised on un acre in Jhe VVubash T BY fltnrjoun JOHN coii Saddle and Htajrxess BATTLE CALI1OUN NEW a DUZMmVRY DKALEB8 IN STAPLE FANCY DRY NORTH SIUK or COURTHOUSE January 58tt AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION CALHOU Sporned by the he was not blind To any wnnan kind i His soul Is Bins lies wooing aogeU now in Fripm an Eastern J SHE DIED IN She died in a from its parent stem She ia beautyrlike a pearl DroppQi from some diadem f She died in a lay Along a moonlit lake She died in the Of birds amid the brake She died in the snow On flowers dissolved away Site died in star Lost iu the brow of day She liveslin nights gem Set rotjnd the uilvr She lives in tlte sun the blue of KlSSlNO r may CHARLES GORH far Kylamazoo Mutual Insu rance FOR THK COUNTY OK Court House HENRY HEWITJV JUSTICE OF OFFICE NORTH MarshjpU March SIDNEY THJi ArNW CtlMTOM IN aritT some of our e pleased with any new mode of keeping that festal we will quote for especial benefit an account of a singularly intejjesting cus tom which prevails in in hia Northern As I am upon the of and quit it with 1 beg leave to state that in Easter every te his ratijc and his beard ns nstly as ever graced dont gentle and languishing look from his downcast bestow uponhim some beautiful tinsel or and precious keepsake of I thought at like thousands of oth ers who tako but a glance nr WAS effeminate and but on a little noqurtintahcd and familiarity with htmrI became fully convinced that tho true this man is not to be learned by transient who him but a arjd thai moment a withering under a brojton onduavoring to paiso a smirk andasmilo to meet the world flockirrgto see These spft and and are mauy but those like mysellXlvave heard pour furth his grief in ihu simpering tears of actual and then instantly rouse himself into the indignant pj tha warrior and will easily sec that those based upon an ny that upon his sub jitancn ofirtainlv qne most expressive I ever have capable of the most vivid andstriking ex hibition of the human passions that can be bearing upon its get a he sayssft is all owing to the and if he iato and is he says the lawyers aro a curse to his name over the ctoor aod calplsit Baden has made this corn thus pro ductive by carefully selecting the seed for 24 He the stalks had theroost cars upon Every crop a farmer unises can bo im proved by tho same But unfor too many think any thing will 0 reported Wises Cilley in a calm and collected they thirtt for my Wood Mirfc the said have fitt ed too aim Graves took the and CiUey felj a Hero are tho uncontradicted elated by thoso who were present and which no let Congress oriter nn investigation of all the in vostigaiion is demanded by the genera voice of those been so to be in on this tragic oecurrencer A fuH and factory statement bo from I Caft inTorn ybtT iharthe so to obtain from Gil ley s anassonHo such a statement the other parties has If they should agree upon any stnteinatttrwhtit11 it will not be one of a nature will satisfy the public fought under disadvantages which TTitrst hjtvir ibuf u welh do for and therefore send tho Jaest of every thing as this is no improvement will bd But by following Mrv Badens ex results may be FOOD FOR tho di rector of the school 6f had a number of cows which those on the other side find which induc es some persons say that Cil vt In his publication on the i a tnvcrpv andas like as n9tNhe makes ipe whole neighborhood as lazyNas I if you were at our factories in wed shpw you galiTalidl Work together and all inyilence I dont think our great country has such areal national curiosity the world dont contain the like of itAfor womans tonjgww goes s3 of without water power or steam so easy on its is no easy matter to put a spring stop on 1 tell FERDINAND DE THE DISCOVER ER OP THE His stubborn pridu was changed by long disappolnt mfjnt into melancholy and nis health sunk rapidly arjd entirely under a conflict of Afever i ubV ea him tj fight under at Cilloy vrns and had cho sen a certain j be licyeTbut the seconds in itoff made it as as they and there is crotJibrc testimony that the distance was actually a hundred Cilley could not see to shoot At that His rifle was so ninety to that it would not carry that with lie jva8fihoQting against the and the wind was blowinjg a which serves that fed in winter oadry sub stances give less milk than those which are kepton green that theti milk loses much of its He pub lishes tho following by the use ef which his cows afford him an equal quan tity and quality of milk during the winter as during the summer Take a bushel of brnalc whilst place them in a barrel Band ing putting in successively a layer of and a small quantity of yeast in the however and as on Ot in tine North side of Court House Refer to Wokeman Pettil Dunning Neto JVlepsra Hulburt Bongs AlIcoLt 5t J 1 TEPHES LOR AT L4W Cou N the Marshall Drug ftljyiTooMKRY fc Improved Jtfap Wisconsin for may be ibunfT north side lor sale by or guarded the chin of a upon presenting an salute the loveliest woman he however big1 her sta tion they say such is the omnipotence or the during thisvdelicious fes the cheek of the lovely Einpress were be seen would not be exempt from the blissful New Orleans Pica yunegives the following case in this line At a corner Canal in ojieJdiiQr is a brokers in the next a barters between the two is n painted at their joint The inscription done the one day as cended the and thus addressed the people said 1 nave a niece of ground pa which 1 printed on first quaUty of FJiaoap kept con on hw4 ior tha Patriot Tonic the gpnuma ior the cure of the for sale by BARNEY LL indebted to the MILL fur Mtwiog or received six Ax have handed thermtelres OB this ajnd ot you Jwye a desire to do the you if any pot a ip suifs we heard olf ageotlgroan affliote4 the infirmiiy of absenpe of wbo actyalr ly pulled off hts feet and stock ingsi bung fainself up cbjimaey Horcrub 1fo0TiftTOti g Ute of oneol characteristic im press of sternness and Tind ex cessive perseverance in tile pursuits of Hia manner of dress and ornament is such as greatly lo Intertore with the full development of his true His hair is cut close to the except a su perabundance which is left on the fore flowing down to his and largo tufts protruding from his temples in from of his and dropping down npar to the Ifr bility originating for Indiap fashions ne ver change the present fashion the gentlemen pf New arc of cultivating lorkduver the which might be1 properly styled Back of this is passed around his with great a richly embroidered handkerchief or in the form pf Moorish Turkish sup porting two or which fall quite buck in a horizontal po o The ancient and form oCdress Iadheres to rnanteauv the leggins and moccasins but the ap was neither visited nor attended as the Inst hours of life Believing his death near at Im held his last sol emn interview fajthlul fielding to the wishes of his com who obeyed him to the named a On the May 2U he Thus perish ed Ferdinand de the Governor of the successful associate of His miserable end was the more observ froni the greatness of bis pros His soldiers pronounced his eu logy by grieving for their loss the prifsts chantejj over his body the first requiems that were fligr heard on the waters of the Tbcgnceal his his body was wrapped in B and fn the stillness of was silently sunk in the middle of 4he The discovererof the Mississippi slept beneatl its had crossed a large part of the continent in search of and found nothing so remarkable as his burial roft V History of the United proximalion of this m to civilization iejiaLjif and fustians inplace of skins so that the iris but adornedand ornaiueated accord ing to their own whiinaical Silver eardrops ace pfladent from his ver ia form or and a Snd Jrinftets full over the breastfa broad beautifully garnished belt his left to attached his bullet pouch and his waist he wears a blue SfLsh ftf 9 veto ing the baodai 1 edover his Aocfiaajfls axe ofbn and h la hU only f A physician at seaySpde great use of sea water among his Whatever disease came a dose of the nauseating liquid thrown time the doctor fell bustle consequently ensued on in the midst of which the Captain came up n processot A great anxiouaiy inquired the answered a tar Monly the doctor there be no danger squealed Deacon through a knot hole in his when shoulder a rmis ket and ijatercepi pn their ant from Concoro1 to The Deacon was not fond of but at pumpkin RATHBB BUBABP heg in stead got a heap of pig iron from which hatchec out a large number of wbjan lha xeroarked that twr the which is to bo left thus toferment during a whole and when the vinous taste has pervaded Xyhole it is given to the whp eat it Jack Ketch lately under took tb hang a ip a state pf he put the rope around his own He did not discover his mistake until ho his neck crack when he was swinging theJournal of I was early tho CapitoUhis The members cambjn gloom and distress were marked on every So were has not been even n a a feeling or sentiment in Vindication orthe on Ihe tho transaction comes to understootL by thex public the the cppviction that Cilley was in consequence of of on the partof the which course was adopted in of the rules of honorable ing every as I do tp be and proper to the first it is now tjio belief of the whoje public that the maWer could have teen with and to tha satisfaction of all after the first but forthe objections one of Q raves The public including all are agreed upon by upon concessions from Cilley which were unknown and as a He stood on a rising in open preventing a plain while lua antagonist was copse of Under all ttigge having disclaimed all enmity to and after everj technical requiqi tiou uruliminary tp accommodation fh honorable and even after he had declared that he did not wish to take es Ciliey was shot down if wonderful that the public mind easy sucli pircurnstdnces 3VABUINOTON The funeral of the lamented Cilley took this the Never before was the funeral of any member of Congress attended hy such a nunjberof of both strangers andiciti zens and never bafore did the outward marks so truly betoken the grief of every individual in the vast The including public men and private thronged to the anxious to bestoAv last pfficesot re spect and humanity upono regretted victim of combination and riire was onany great throngln and about tho which appeared this morning in the from Wipe and had greatly increased the ex occasioned by the previous ra mors pf the murdeK who had hoped there might be some or at least some pretence for the of Wise and had their confession iVprn the pen of Wise That went much farther than worst reports to stamp the character of the the apd ever heard of in the whole history of Viewing the matter from tha com tho public see that Cilley was iiuioceut of any He had in violation the laws of and in to the opinions of all the on both is alone re sponsible for tha murder qf i write now tho unanimous opinion of many strangers of all in this that after 4he third was the only second who hindered ait ac WhenMri orrtho port of stated nad and that he considered him as a gentlemnni and bad therefore agreed to meat all tha seconds of tion M ise wiid it was Wise persisusd in domundtllij tt contrary to the rulon or manlike After Ihe flpstlrtilu a duel of where tler0 it is ftdmjtted any proceedjng is I hwlay additional authority pHool Ufa from many of pur both Wise may not As 11 twi motivaj injpmed ud receiving a fiipte from reference to words spoken rn had declined any controversy with him the subject but not denied any thing in Webbs first letter shows It WAS not to main tain the character ot a gentleman a but to acknovvltdgnaont from Wf is a Hert is a have been parfecH
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