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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - May 18, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                I ri MAY S0tfta COUHT per payable in eommtnce No paper discontinued until all are X per for the first three era diicount made to who advertse by the T H 110 PHYSICIAN Calhoun ltf DAVID ATTORNEY Ac COUNSELLOR AT 2tf CEPHAS ATTORNEY Ac COUNSELLOR AT OFFICE ON THE CORNER OF MAIN AND JEFFBRSON Battle 8t NOTARY CONVEY LAND t BATTLC CALHOUN Office on the Corner of Main and Jefferson 3jtl GORDON ATTOIINBYS AND AT WILL attend to all business entrusted to in of Law and EquUy qf this with and de PCr Office in the brick block opposite the New WRHIHT NEW BttbBcribenf are now receiving from Nevy a general assortment of Fall In of poarae and fine SILKS FANCY Tuscan and Straw merino merino Thibet Dress DOlfeSTlC 400 yards homemade Tnlrd desi rable article for cold Buffalo Moleskins and yards Sheetinm and 600 5 bales Wicking and cotton Cali HATS AND 5 cases BUck 2 cases White 2 Satin 4 doz Fur and Fur Among are 3000 Iba brown and white Stt 1 5 chests Young HysokTHyson skin boxes Raisinsi BOOTS 200 Mens thick 200 pra and Youths coarse and fine Boots and A large assortment of Nails lamp and Unseed Tur Drugs and 6fCr The selections have with and they invite their former custom and others to call and examine their as they are dispo ed to a on reasonable OCT Most kinds of country produce received in payment of or taken in exchange for MILTON BARNEY MILTOIT 4Stf From TO THE On Molding a morning beam en my prison BT THOMAS Now a prisoner at the Vttn that obtrude thy glittering Within my barred dreary ceur But to tfufrtf proclaim ihe My darkness thou canst not no day nor night would know I Bo dazzling go shed light oer half the And gllH Awake the grove to musics And let the hind the herbage Call torth the ploughman to the And bid the soil its plenty shed thy light on Oceans Where loud terrific waters roar There thou some shattered bafk mayst save By showing forth the wished for shore And let the ship wreckd seaman gain The port longjftrove for but in vain t by tlw Weara sorry to learn that forty Counoilrrten are among the Highly Important ate rejoiced to learn that the ship canal from Charles to is all under contract and will be completed in r r Detroit 6UU tSaw Shoe Leather BREWER Sf 7 lUlUC AND bid awaken to the The soldier armed for fields of strife Arouse lh cities busy And call the livingmass to Where gilded crime is meed of And want is hidjy wealths proud wake the slumbers of the And break the lovers dreaai of bliss Merchants recall to schemes of And let industry sleep bring the miser to And count again his mass of But me no beam so Nor pierce with light my casement grate From every ray my Nor make me conscious of my Whilst bolts and bars prescribe mylotr Let night and darkness shroud my endeavored to close Kin fingers upon but they refusedjtheir office it dropped on the He sank back among his pillows cheeks silent tears rolling but himself nil gone out of the world a With each one has not do much for much for his veneration but much for ther world The pass through the Rocky Mountains is the greatest but it is calculated that the patent spade machine Will dig it out in less than a The Starch Company who purchased the old and deserted tract of land former ly called New fora potatoe have recently declared a dividend of two hundred per cent A in this city yesterday presented her husband with twentyone children at one The lady is and the children are doing THE hi the nutumrr tf 18a5rsome private affairs called me into the sister and as I did trave with my eye I gathered a few pies of Irish amongst wfyich was the following incident I was stand motioned me to wheel him out of doors took his turn of the Walter after a tittle again dropt into slum When he was said to Sir Walter has had a little said no re pose for Sir Walter but fii The tears again rushed from his said dontlet me ex4 pose me to bed the only With this scene ended our glimpse of Sir Walter 1 left his room and hardly his ex cept for an hour or two in the middleof the day and after another week he was unable even for Tiro and the the present and the I was dressing on the morning of poor the 17th of September Nicolson my roomano told methat his Energy of character will dp the samV iiiMffor any manin B s mail thflt has done for Give a lawyer ener gy of and he will succeed atthe bar without talent U is secret by which the the the schol and the mechincr arrive at distinction no contrary winds bear them down if they will not stay The man who hasthis energy of character will rise in spite of in spite of and in spite of Give a man and he is a made put him where and sur round him by what you He who gives up in aria cuts away this sheet of hid because he finds contrary ine one morning at the window qf mine 1master had awoke in a state of composure when mv attention wits aTtracted aiid cwracimisneBsrand wished 4m READY MADE JVorfA side of Cowl House July MARSHALL KKPT BY CRARY EXCHANGE A at the old onedoor south of Garrison Averys on Exchange in the upper village of would announce to his old cuatom ero and the public that he has purcha sed the entire stock of theBootr Shoe and Lea ther store of in addition to his own makes a large and splenid as 80rlmB OO T S H O E consiBting olmens kip and calt akin Boola cowhider kip and calfskin Brogues and Shoes ladies kid and Pru nella Bootees and Shoes kid and prunella Slips boys and childrens all qf which are offered low or Boots and Shoes made to order and re pared on the shortest 43y LOOKING Louis I6oking forward forty at which time it supposes of Government will be at that and that will be connected withthe United indulges in the fol lowing pretty extravagant anticipations thoucMtoiUst be confessed that some of the irnpiovlsments of dur own would have those who lived 50 or 75 OOB Saddle and Harness BATTLE CALHOUN CO NEW IN STAPLE FAKCY DRY DRUGS 7 BORTH SIDE OF COUBTHOUSB MAR3HAIC January AUCTIONEER ANU COMMISSION 8TATE CALHOUN CHARLES Agent for the Kalamazoo Mutual ranee KOU THE COUNTY 6r Court Houae HfNftY JUSTICR PF THE OFFICE NORTH SIDE OK COURT HOUSE Marti SIDNEY AGENT FOR THE PURCHASE AND OFFICE in the North side of Court House Refer to c a New RochesterMessrs Hulburt Bongs BURPEE takes this method of in forming his old customers and Public thai he has this day associated himself with EDWJN in his old line of and is now ready to offer to the public a general assortment ol1 STOVE COP SHEET BRASS HOLLOW WARE JAPANJJ and CHRYSJALI8ED WARE at wholesae anJ retail on tha north side ot Court House from long experience in the busi hesMheylwileonfideiiiahal they WilLbt offer to the public as good snyother manufacturers ip the above The are respectfully in to call and examine for thems All orders in Job work wfll be strictly attend ed old Brass will be received in BURPEE March ti37 ajmost us extravagant as any of the anticipations of tho writer of the following Ercerpts from the Official We regret to hear that some difficulty has occurred in reference to tho simulta neous publication of our paper at thisplace nnd The Express balloon hasf fuiledseveral times and our last editorial in yesterdays twelve oclock did not appear in the Mon treal paper until two hours after they were circuifttsdL We Afctnria hourly paper haa been started in that making The first number of the new one reached us several minutes su It is conducted with considerable taste nnd but is altogether too The citizens of that city seem to diistfke large The World is the and that is only by A who came from New Hol land states that the balloon had several scientific men on who pre 1 AT AM Cabinet Ware JONES Sf DURFEE citizens of Marshall and vici vailed upon conductors to stop 45 se conds near the site of an old city called Outreaders will remem ber that the place was overwhelmed by an earthquake Jn The workmen have made considerable progress in the exca and we Learn that twentyone thousand or near one half of the workmen employed were discharged fort disorderly An old fashioned steamboat has been found in a state of high and two gentlemen brought it alorig with thorn in the It will be exhibited this evening atthe Ac horse was caught yesterday by a company of We are informed by a venerable oldgentleman that these thirty or forty years were extensively used as beasts of The race is almost entirely and there are notprobably a huuderd remain ing upon the A man fell yesterday from the top of when my attention bv ft scene which took place The Belfast coach was standing at the nnd On the in sat a sol itary outside a fine young fel low in ihe uniform of the ConnaUght Ran by the front stood an old seemingly his a young and a younger sis ter or sweetheart and they were Jill ear nestly entreating the young soldier 16 scend from the Comedown wid speaker was tho old come down to your ould mo Sure its flog ye they and strip the flesh off the bones I giv Come darlin Its wasthe short reply of the sol dier nnd with chjnched hands and set teeth he took a stiffer posture on the fomo fool of the along down wid ye The ionoof the presenT appeal was more impatient aud perflmtory than the last anil the answer was more promptly and sternly pronounced Its bro ther and the body of the speaker rose mdre rigidly erect than ever on the O come down sure its your own that bids Como or yeU break the heart of jewol come down then 1 The p jir wrung her hinds as she said an cast n look that had a visible effect on the muscleaof the soldiers coun was more tenderness jn tion as Its honor honor Kathleen as if to defend himself from another he fixed his look steadfastly in while the renewed en treaties burst from all three in with the same Come honey ye come down coma down to ma Its honor broth er my own Kathleen Although tho poor fellow was a this appeal was so that I did not As the sun in all its splendor was peep ing over the eastern a newly nmr 1 found though in the last extreme or His eyes was clear and trace of the wild fire of delirium said I may have but a minute to speak to My be a good be a good Nothing else will give you any comfort when you come to lie He ana I shall I send for Sophia and Anne V said dont disturb Poor souls 1 were up all bless you I w ried man thejftery of the world rising J His wjfeOwho happened to be at that taking the compliment to simpered What my if I haa my new silt gown With this he sank into a very tranquil and he scarcely afterwards gave any sign of except for ah instant on the arrivalof his on learning that the scene was a bout to obtaineda new leave of ab sence fromtheir and both reached Abbotsford on the About half past ona on the Ulst of Walter breathed his in the presence of all his It wao abeautiful so warm that every window was wide o and so perfectly that the sound ofutl most gentle ripple of the Tweed over its peb was distinctly audible as we knelt cried an old Up on hearing of the loss a sloop load of grind times were dull but now I suppose they will be duller than ey f y From the Farmers REMARKS ON THE GENERAL PRINCILES or Whatever may be the nature of your and situation of remem that there is no soil so but W may be and ruined by bad til and that there is none so that cannot be rendered fertile by good even barren if it can be plough ed and The art of husbandry consists in suffering no crop to grow upon your that will so far exhaust your AS to lessen the value of your succeeding you To avoid suffer no one crop to was oisunciiy numuio WD around tho bed and his eldest son kissed grow twd years upoh the Mined his eves same Piece of 8round excepting and closed his the fertilizing aid of rich manures to suppprnhe strength of the soil and even a change of crops will generally do excepting iTfivery plant oerives from wind passeth over and it is How often do we hear the beautiful women and yet how brief the plant derives existence of what they and how unI for its such M pc productive of happiness is his ta tsalf k thia lantwhan followed full well the satisfaction that the Marshall Drug MOMTCOHEKY subscribers give notice to those indebted to and whose AOtes and accounts are now tHat they will xecsive and Oats in payment o and thosntot disposed to pay in be called upon for the BARNEY CO AY UP indebted to the either by note or are requested to call and settle the same without de May received six Danie Simmons celebrated Cast Steel Ax BREWKA 1837 I nity that have recently commenced the ol CABINET on the north aide of Court House the village ol where they intend to keep on hand a PRE8H GARDEN for 1838 just received a large March which they will dispose of on terras very reason Being thoroughly acquainted with the Eaatern and Southern style of they feel confident of givinggeneral satisfactionThose wishing to purchase Furniture of my description will joufera Jkvor by calling and examining their N All orders will be executed with promptness and in a workmanlike Furniture need ing repair wfill receive immediate PrWueo and suitable lor their received in payment for 9lb 54tf POST OFFICE THE Marshall Office haa been remo ved 1rom the store of Brewer to that of the on Court Houae CHILES M 58tf kk indebted to the VXKOJIA Mu4 COMPAMY Ibr sawing or for re quested to setUe hiito for the tajggs by note or wiU Sutier ft Verona Cabinet THE have opened the village of adjoining the reiidence of where they are prepared to iuMjUh the public with any article in their of M good quality and at as reuonable a price M any other in the Piano Fortes tuned and Sd 63tf AEM TO will on reaaonsMe good aituftted JJ Hom in the township of Boriing lonu on Booth 7 the Lee Hoce on which u a food 2T may be fooud aorta aide of for Mle by A June logbout por further of the 4 nJlen 4 6 193 euoiwe Jfctf the capital to the a distance of three thousand He had one of the life preservers with and The ladies have the meagre majority of seventeen hundred and six in the Congress newly It is now thirtyone years by an amendment of the Constitu the ladies became entitled to the privilege of a seat ineither A chap inihe city of Mexico the removal of Government from Lou is to that It is no The Washington Monument upon Lau rel coat twelve and a half bush els of A gentleman who left Bos ton an hour has just informed us of a very curious In a central part of the city last some antiquari ans discovered a small pile of which it is Are the remains of the Bunker Hill about which so much was said fifty years Twelve loos have been deposited in the New York Museum as a A publisher in this cjty is about to issue a work containing all the duels fought in the last session of The work will be A quarto of six hundred All the incidents connected with the last row will be Our paper of one oclock will contain the act which pro vides for supplying Congress with whis news irow confirm the hesitate to go down and inquire into the particulars of the 1t appeared that he had been on to visit his having exceeded as he thought the term of his he was going to rejoin his mid to penalty of his I asked when the furlough expired T first of your luckuo it pfall the black days in the here it come sudden on me like a shot 1 The first of March my good you have a day to spare the first of March will not be here till to It is Leap and February haa twentynine The soldier was tlunder Twentynine days is it sartin of that same mother the divil fly away wid youre ould crator of a to be aCther living so long in the Hiaxfirst im pulse was to cut a caper on the roof of the and throw up his with aloud was to throw Mm self into the arms of his anc was to wring my hand off in ac a happy man I your for my words and all by your honors Long life to your honor for the same t May ye live a long lape years every one of VVe know full well the satisfaction sleeps beneath the snow white lida of a beautiful eye in the haughty c irl of an exquisite lip in the blush of a rose that leaps int the budding cheek in the fine turn of the swanlike the gentle mo tions of a symmetrical or in shadowy redundance of dark beautiful flowing The hearts of the young and passionate leap and filled with high whilst gazing upon these when the soul is scrutin and found unbiassed by elevated thoughts and gentle when the intellect is and the imagina tion the slumber of forget fulness will soon fall upon the dream ot and the flame of affection be quenched in apa thy or disgust Withmen of strong feelings Vand powerful passions are associa and if beauty is unmingled with the of high thought and affection dplicacy and virtue are not admirably blen dfed with mental the light of love will soon be and the impulses of the bosom chilled by apathy and Men of intel lect may yield a momentary homage to a beautiful dispossessed oglrOther fascinations even the village urchin will chase gilded wing of a but in both cases the external splendor palls upan the and something o nate character is sought for to shsttain LAST ILLNESS AND DEATH op WALTER following interesting par ticulars of the closing hours of tho wor thy old man are from the last volume of his just published from the pen of Lockhart After on the be appeared revived somewhat and was again wheeled About on the Presentiy be fell asleep to his and after dosing for perhaps half an started and shaking the plaids we had put about him from off his This is sad I shall for get what beea thinking if i dont set it dowji Take me into my own and fetch the keys of my He repeated this to earnestly that we could not refuse his daughters went into his study opened his writing laid papers and pens in the usual ot and 1 then moved him through the hall and into the spot where he had Always regard which beauty is so flattering to the feelings of a man as the cxhaustless and quenchless regard of a sensible and no incense so rich can be offered upon the shrine of a wo mans as the avowed and the en affection of a man of Bteauty thou art a mean and unmeaning when contrasted with the depth of culiar to itself this when followed successively for two or more years upon tho same will exhaust the soil of those properties peculiar to out lesseniug its powers to produce some other plants this fact is most striking in the article of which will not bear to be repeated oftener than once in sev en and is common to all with the exception of those noticed as To avoid this arrange your farm into such divisions tfS to enable you to im prove all the variety of crops your lands may in such regular as to form a routine of 7 according to the quality and uattonrbt your This mathod will make poor land good and good Try and SEED farmers plant small supposing that they there by save more in seed than they loose in the The loss in the crop as to quanti ty is not only the for though thft quality as to eating may not be lessened by planting small yet the quality as to productiveness will be and by continually planting inferior seed the pro duce will By planting pota toes of a good there will not onjy be a larger than sufficient to pay for the greaterquantity of seed t this method will improve the Ynco made an experiment by plant ing first a row of large A row of small ones through the whofe The potatoes were all of one feeling and power of and she who would arrogate to herself from the little Ambition of personal beau is too jmbeofle in her to merit the Attention of AH elevated Qf these three the other day jn A newa raporte ooitiiaed in par oioe oclock thooaaad persons iod of faujkHoy were eaten up been accustomed to chair was the have stAmmerftd on bli g JJ we were struck wtthjthe importance of this combination of And in duced to dilate somewhat upon Energy of character is the philosophers atone of And it should be ved upon every It is that which has peopled the temple of that which has filled the historic page with greAt in the civil and military that which has brought A race from barbAr drawn the veil from de veloped the wondrous powers of It men and it makes meo t Ufikk First or lastit briogs with it BUG Without U Denioathejaaa would selected from the same j the lot of large ones were not all very but made of the largest And those tolerable large the lot of small ones was imthor small but the were not The produce WAS six bushels from the large seed to from tho At the record of w notathaad we cannot Jell the proportional differonoa in the quantity of seed Twp breadth of the furrowalice should pond with its tbicknessi And be iothepror portion of three two is in order that the furrow may be suitably And handsomely depths is in jrreater the fur rowslice wia not beturned over enough end will be apt to rest on its edge s ifjft is the furrowslice turned too far the jApjrfdnot ha completely turned 9W and laid except where it is be in tfc soil is   

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