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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - March 30, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                HfeNRV TttE PATRIOT POBUSUKD fWSRT OR MARCH tHB per imn if not paid meht of the iyable in efnanmce o paper discontinued until all per square for the first three and 85 subsequent A lib eral discount to thosii who adverTse by PHYSICIAN Calhoun Novrnhnr Itf DAVID ATTORNEY NEW THE subscribers now from New a general assortment of Fill and Winter DRY irt of course and Bjoadclotlrt i m fc SILKS FANCY Tuscan andStraw merino merino Thibet Dresa t DOMESTIC 400 yards homemade fulPd fa desi rable article for Sold 50 Buffalo 1830 Stf CEPHAS A AT OH THE CORNER OF MAIN AND JEFFBRSON Battle 2t AT IN AND GENK RAL LAND AGENT OFFICE ON EAST SIDE OF 51 1RKNTISS NOTAHY PUBLIC FOR OALIIOVN duly athoristdta takmuJaiotetfAgmedls of Deeds aad other instruments nf QfncE eaatmtleef 2ftf JLf NOTARY LAND CALHODN OJficc on the Corner of Main anil Js July Afoleskins and yards Sheetings and 600 3 bales Wickmgnnd 300 Cali AND 5 cases Bluck Senses White Satin 4 doz Fur and Seal Fur Among which are 3000 Ibs brown white Su 1000 15 chests Young Hyson TeasrBO boxes BOOTS 200 Mens thick 200 prs and Youths coarse and fine Boots and A large assortment of Crockeryj Nails Lamp and Linseed Drugs and The selections have been made with and they invite customers and others to call and examine their as they are dispo ed to s c II on reasonable IT Most kinds of country produce received in pay ment of or taken in exchange for MILTQJLBARNEY f 43tf MARSHALL Shoe Leather MY FIRST AND LAST BY TOBIAS I had not filled my place in the Gene many days before two great questions were brought forward that seemed to be too good to These were the Dogrtown and the Cartwheel The moment I heard the last one I felt con vinced it was just the thing for The other members thought just for when it came up for a Berkshire member gave me a jog with the says now is forever No sooner said than done I twitched off my lint and called out Speaker As sure as yoti I had caught himSit last there wns nobody else had spoken quick ajM it was as clqar as 1 had Gentleman from Squashborough said I heard him say it thinks 1 to 1 must whether or says I tyut I only said it to gain for I could hjard ly believe that I actually had the and all the cohgregftted wisdom of the Commonwealth was listening and looking on the thought it made me crawl alt says once Every body looked round at Thinkrfl to myself a second theres nft clawing this I must begin and so ho re gd5s Accordingly I gave a loud hem and said for the fourth said I rise to tho OORDOIV ATTOIINBYS AND AT WILL attend to att business entrusted to in the courts of Law and Equity of this with fidelity and de CT Office in the brick block opposite the New WHIHIIT fe Esqsr Detririt Monroe Shumway OOtl BREWER Sf IN URIlJB HOOTS AND FA1JY MA UK North side of Court Llouse Marshall Jury MARSHALL IB at the old blocfe one door south of GaErriuon Averys on Exchange in thfe upper village of would announce to his old custom ers and the public that he has purcha eod the entire Block of thai Shoe and tlier in addition to hia own makes a large and eplenid as sortment of BOOTS conpisling of mens kip und calf skin Boots kip and culf elyn Brogues and Sliocs ladies kid and Pru nella Bootees and Shoos kid ami prunslla Slips boys und childrens all of which are oflered low for BootB and Shooa mado to order and re pared on the whortesl 43y itdid notstrike to my mindUnit I was standing up ever since I Came into the I rise to says f But to see strange some things work No sponor had I fairly rosc to tho question and gpt a chance to my than I began to wish hoiidred miles off CRARY KKPJ JOHN CUE Saddle and Harness NEW DUZENBURY DEALKUS STAPLE FANCY DRY mvuois MgDiCfWES WORTH SIDE OF COURTHOUSE January T1IE subscribers inlorip the inhabitants of Battle reek and its thai they have themselves the T A H I N in loomof tbs north east corner the bWraingnow occupied W Coleiuan an a in lic village of Battle Creek where 4 Im y will ibun L ever ready to rvt thofl niionmy fi 1 to whil aojinling 11 Bharu ol pifblic woulJ tiuy tlieir experience in tii ir they feel confident ol giving uni versal sutimuctiou to their on thejiliorlestnotice nd warraiTLd to lit WOHUEN Battle utcs I was as bold ns a but now I should have been glad to crawl in to a knot I rise to the AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION CALHOUN A Agent for the Mutual Insu rance FOR THE COUNTY UK Court Houae HENRY OF THE OFFICE SORTH SIDE oy COURT HOUSE March Ok SIDNEY AOENT FOR THEPURCHASE AND tiALK OFFICE io the Nprth side of Court House Refer to Pettit Messrs Tf Hulburtr Npv 1 AT LAW AKO 1 the MarshtUl Drug AlONTCOMERV 6w43 II FAJaMEBS improved und Wisconsin for may be foun north tide of lor sale by June BLANK printed on first quality ol Flitcap kept con on liond and for sale alike Patriot Office 30 1837 Rowdtjdg Tonic the Sot the cure olih Fever and for sale by BARNEY LL penont to the VXECWA Mu COMPABY for uwipg 01 for we to settle their biuji for the name by not with Suiter at Veron or received six Bimmoow1 celebrated Steel Ax 1987 51 THE suliBcribur inlbrniN the inhabitantu and Calhoun County in hat he ju TALORMG occupied by on the west side ol Court Hodse a lew doora of the National in the ol where he will be louiid ver ready und happy to serve those who may eel disposed lo puironise in any branch f hiu biibihiss a 4mre he public he leels confideiil ol ng pertect Me Mif S MXTH YEA It OF popular p received vvilh such tliBLinguiuhed luvor ull ihe poliahed of ihe Lulled SlateH and will enter on ils sixlh year on ihe irsl ol Two volumes are pub ished and eacii being complete in il Hie tirsl olevery year IB ihe proper litue lor new palnwja lo couinieuce their A an evidence of the capacity of lo convey inlelligence at a cheap rale in the ehupe ol n rouy be mentiond that duriag the currenl year it hau contained five lour live iMinjerpus fil teeu land a very of mispellu ueous inalter ol iinniecuute interesl lo the litera ry Among the Books issued 111JW37 have been the following important ones Miua furdoeb City of ibe Sultan Dulena Memoirs Letlers from the East an Hislorical Romance The a Cjreisude Romance WnuctiUB Hibtorical Memoirs The Guerney Papers Recoveiy of the Treasure sunk in the Thetis The GnldBmith a by c The Adventures of a French Sergeant Family a The cost of the Lojndon boofealone published says I but 1 amTbotrnd to say that in stead my voice began to sayg I I rise to the but the more I rose to the tho more the question ed fall from And just that a little fat round faced man a bald that was sitting right before speaks tor another member and What squeaking fellow is thatl It dashed me a good and 1 dont knowbut I uhoultWwve down without another but Clonel the member from gave me a twitch the tail of my Thais u sivs give them the gnmcl touch That luid a encournging and so I hemmed and hawkid three or four and at lust miulo a snys this is a sub ject of vital The question on the 1 a decided opinion on tliat 1 am opposed to the latt and I feel Bound in duty to my and the of my to express my mind on Mft our glorious forefathers bled and died ibr glorious 1 am opposed to Speaker my constituents have a vital in subject of qart liot us take a retrospective view of the present condition of all the kingdoms and tribes of the Look over the wide expansion of natures universe beyond the blazing biijows of the Atlantic behold lionuparte going about like a maringlhun derbolt All the world is lurried topsy and there is a terrible rising among the sons of But to return to the I decidedly opposed to tunemlment it is contrary to the princi ples pf freedom and the principles of re Tell it to your and to your childrens that freedom is not to be bartered like Esau for a flness of Liberty is everlasting birthright of grand com munity pf natures the member from Boston talks of horse but 1 hope AVC shall stand up for oujr If we only stand up for our our rights will stand up for and we shaft all stand uprightly without shiveringor these are awful times money is hard to front of so that I coulq not help seeing him arid just as I was saying rising ge he fwisted the corner of bis mouth fnto a queer sort of pucker on one and rolled the white of his little winkling eyes right up in my The members all stared straight nt and rtitfde a kind of snickering that seemed to run whistling over tire whole I felt awfully I cant tell how but it give me a jerk off the nook that I couldjiot iemember the next nal felt in my for my was not there then in was not there then boTh but lo guYtl behold it was not to be The next instant I remembRired that I had taken it out of my hnt in Dock square that ting while 1 was comparing the four cor ners of my check handkerchief with a That was I knew as quick as lightning that I was a gone I pretended to go on with my kept rising con enter into the Spea But 1 made hawks meat out of you may Finally nobody could stand it any long er the little fat man wrththe round face put his thumb to the sido of his and madea sort of twinkle with his fingers the speaker beganto and the next moment the whole house exploded like a Jjnotchod up my hat under cover of ohp jump to the and was dowiTsinlrs befpre you could say seconcl the LITERARY TREASUREH REcovKflEp FROM TUBRUINB of those lasl The irTleTeTit ins of this once magnificent has in crcJttSeTj to such a that has been loft undone to satisfy the curiosity of tho researches of To the former have been presented affording the highest though accompanied with a sad tind melancholy when ho upon thecriuse which enables him to view these He has walk ed In the very streets of ancient Pompeii and in a deep the silence has entered its forsaken dwell every thing that be icidd would dare to set his foot within unless he felt sure of the Senates rotection He could not look around upon this body without seeing those of he most questionable Character He could on one a to whom the faction of Mafiua had looked Up as its chief support on a by his had become the aspiring to supreme No wonder hot at first the resolution of Cicero seem d to fail But at quieting very rising summoning all his cou rage and his every moral feei ng that his his called up on him at this trying in the midst of such an assembly theorator and addressed Catalinp Never be fore did I hear such tones from the lips of I had heard him when he im arted to the direst law question the most ntcnse intensd interest I had heard him by his persuasive eloquence he seemed to bend even fad heard him when in pleading the cause of the defenceless he drew tears from tho sternest how different 1 never before saw Cicero in such a character I never thought him possessed of such He appeared in a yi a divide Ho appeared like 1atriotism descending in hu which though in appearance ry gunpowder is of ike ordina firm a con sistence as to equal in hkfdnc 98 th iron which surrounds The diafneter of the largest rocket used in bombard ment was eight inches of the smallest us ed in field service something less1 than three in all cases the length pCthe cylin der is eight times its The flight eader of the mob and before him a Gasof varies between 1000 and man to save our threatened coun Suctnr strain of quence never before tho lips of mortal he addressed Cata line with the most thrilling laying to his view tho whole course of his past hisvicesy liis daring his present horrid plot him to leave the and fly beyond the Now he addressed the Senate in the of their to Otq vio children to solvesJp crush the daring in tho name of the mighty founders of the Republicrof Rom ulus and our irnplp red the protection of heaven over this hi therto favored 2500 in proportion to their Those intended for a bombardment are usually armed with containing twenty pounds of and a strong iron case of combustible whosd violence is For field service they are eitherafmedwith or the top of0 the rocket is formed into a liftle which may be made to charge at any period of its from 60 to 200 musket Three field rockets may bo easily carried by aft infantry sol dier and they need no other apparatus for firing thorn j than such as may be made from six muskets and a should not a bank or wall present a more con Tehient No rocket of more than 300 pounds has yet been even In bombardments but some time Sir VWlliam the proposed the use oF rockets exceeding a ton in weight these were to several bar rels of gunpowder in a massive case of steel wherever they the impetus of their prodigious weight would forca them frrdi fib rent ly through earth and son work thus heaving into the very cen tre of the enemys fortificalions a mine whose explosion would leave but little trace of the or bastion on which it should England has been said by an observing French man to be the paradise of but we can belieye the bachelors of Tex that refugs of the must hereafter be aflbAVed tho proud distinction publishes a me morial addressed to tho 3000 yankee girls who remonstrated against the an nexation of Texas to tho The memorialists say We are here dear objects of our affec without wives we have not one wo man hundred and it is this re ia By the of the periodical prens this amount is supplied rivn jLDd disseminated to every town ia the Union at liilje above the price newspaper A very cPmPlete are still ier v Sutwcriptipna for the coming accompa nied by will bepromptly attended Five copijes my be procured by on payment of Twenty wTSLDIEi 46 ins received at the of the whatever the gentleman frqm Rowley may say abom A true patriot will die for 07 Calaouju Couuiy COLftOt udWU Give up keeping cows speak er What does the honorable gentleman mean Is not agriculture to be cultiva ted He that sells hU Mr speak is worse a a or a y The member from Chartestowa liaa ifrftught his jigs to a up eart and so do my When our country calls us with ike voice of a we never be bacskward coming forward j ail honest meotfajght to ondoavoe tci longed to rich and splondi tlieir gold and silver thei tripods their busts ani their paintings tind household god all still just as they were seventeen hundred years yvhen that awful visited the consigned the ilVfated inhabitants to in stantaneous But to the scholar have been presented sources of higher ajid nobltir enjoy Hn hns cyrne possession of which no timu can no cortflagra tion mind of past True he hns not obtained so much as he tt first confidently his literary stwes have been and after all the toil of unrolling and decy phcring the nothing else had been the entire works litid tho long lost would along bersufflcient o rupay him for all the labor and time thurliuve boon expended But these are not Fragments of ma ny of the Latin classics are continually making their appearance and now and tjirn help ing much to illustrate portions of Roman and to give us t nearer insight in to Roman The follpwing is a translation of a let ter from the orator Hortensius to which has just been fturtd in the library at It is a glowing critiqueon the celebrated orations of Cicero against and will be read with interest by every one who haa read the originals of those masterly Quintrus Hjrtengiits to Pomponi us at should do injus tice to my as well as to our mutual and mucR beloved were f not give you some account 6T this days proceeding in our Of the melancholy state of the times you are a bribery cor ruption are spread throughout The whole moral atmosphere seems to be polluted and even that place Which of all others to be Senate house Ijjvery manof ruined for tune to be exerting his whole pow er to bring ruin upon the in hopes to raise Ijiinself to eminence amid the general Such a as you well is Lu cius the laat was detected 19 be at the head of a conspiracy more flaring and horrid than any record ed on the puges of was no less than to raise insurrection to fire the to put all ofnobleTblood to 2 lo overthrow the fair pur Repub MieMtnd to establish tyranny upon its ru TnsTKQf everoa the inlelligence andear were used to rouse the Senate into and to drive Cataline from the he friankcd the immortal Gods for their protection thus Ifioulfi not but think pf the devout and aged Chry as ho in tho midst of tho Gre cian camp on tho plains of with his hands raised to heaven in When he invoked their protection for the his tones were like the musick of When he called down vengeance on the head of like the thunders of can I forget this A feverish excite is still upon Methinks I see his noble frame methinks I still hear the the thunder of his It was indeed a spectacle of true moral see a not knowing whatTnight1 be the issue of his course not knowing whetherjhe Senate would support or abandon up fearless in the midst of so august an as and deliver somuch such for his countrys As a special as an advo cate for the rights of injured have longe acknowledged felt his But with this day has commenc ednrnew With this day willvliis name be associated that is great and exalted in As an im passioned an able a great and virtuous will his memo ry inalltime my may be preserve to Rome he liye the and direct the energies of this great Republic Farewell and are now that they will receise Coirnj wd jQaUia jajtaJHitJt debts and thoae not disposad to pay in wnju be culled upon for the BAWJEX CO ahipgleii and 81 keep the rising from Not to dwell QQ this subject juflial iblg us now eater Now it happeaed ced wriggled tow round exactly in ly this summoned the Senate to the temple of Jupiter as you done only in times of great pubKo And wpuld that Qataline himself had the effrontery to meet with them oh of whose daring villany the Senate had now came boldly and took hia usual At sight of who sat in the Consuls was con THB for oth rather than thxt the fond heart requires an shadow and the pause of the whEel of tejror for the who know the due ue of the Alter the billows of a stormy Sweet is at hut the heaven of repose But not when that stillness is to di vide us from others when those we have loved with all the devotion watchful sanctity of the weak hu man are to exist to us no more when after long years of and widowhood on there is to be no hope of reunion in that invisible world beyorfil the stars Vheh the not of life but of is to be quenched in the foun tain and the grave that we would fain is the great restorer of broken ties but the dumb utter inexorable separation and it is this which niakes re ligioiL teaches belief to the mourning that in the gladness of united felt not the necessity of a heaven To how many is the death of the pargnt of flection which more sensibly embitters course you havo adopted towards We are aware that the refinements pf the age wifhiqt allow Us to adapt the prece dent set by the youths of in seiz ing upon the fair daughters of their Sftbi nian neighbors sucn is tho anxiety of government officers to promote lion of the fair from other with a probability of securing to themselves happiness in domestic being nearly all they rave granted to each lady two thirds of a league of as a dower to her husband who shall marry within tho next twelve These considerations should prevent you from forming a hasty opinion against In if you will emigrate to our fair we will bind in dividually and to furnish you all witft good within between eight or ten months after your arrival up on ourcoast and thus furnish you with a better employment than middling with po litical which Should interest you rriuch less than own domestic VVhen Mackenzie sought to to the American lines after the battle of he jwas hotly and on coming to Streetsvilleiie took dinner with a wealthy freehold some years from and who had taken no part in the lent him his waggon and hors This was openly done at and as the chase became took tof the woods towards enraged at thoir suc went to Comforts dragged him him heavily with irons in presence of his youthful and amiable wife and threw hint into a common and from thencg into that horri ble bastile in where many find a The sight was too much for ihe was near her con and fell to thn ground the Assistanoa but her heart was and strangers followed to the silent grays her lifeless No free press dare tell the horrid butcheries of the wjstches whq rule founded and seemed at a loss what to And no jnrooder whea you re flect upon the upon the body of in which JHew ceujid be confident that the Senate him Hoy did be know half them How A GOOD following lenthit on Walker inthe Senate on the debate oo the preemption Clay what would be thoughlJLsoJDatquattoL should make an actual settlement in part of the white which occupied by the little man who WM ttpw president United a preemptioo right to itV he thought that thew ger as he had hemj squatter in tbe vWift bppa In the whole tbJiil and the CoNoaKVE is the best description we have seen of these destructive of Great Britain is and the fear pf which broke up the at The rocket ia a cylinder ed differing nothing in shape or poiUoa the rocket in fireworks it a stick as they jSred ia STANDARD o a ft   

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