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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - May 25, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                IgpfoiV m MAY THB OH Tfiif or CODHT HOWE pw payable in f jMtrf wtdafrom tkt eommence No paperdiscontinued until all w sguae first threo nd 25 each A lib eral discount made to thbifi who advertise by FT PHYSICIAN Michigan DAVID JOHNS AT a 1836 2tf Itf CEPHAS ATTORNEY t AT THK CORNER OF MAIN AJTO JEFf ERSON 8t NEW T THE Bubacribers are now rfcaiving New a general assortment of Fall in ofcoarse and fine Broadcloths SILKS FANCY Tuscan and Straw merino merino Thibet Dress DOMESTfC 400 yards homemade fulld a desi article for cold 50 fluffkk 3heetinw and 800 5 bales Wicking and cotton 300 Cali HATS 5 cases BUck 2 cases White 2 Satin 4 dpz Fur and Seal Fur Among which are 3000 Ibs brown and white Su 1000 chests Young Hyson skin 50 boxes BOOTS 200 Mens thick 200 prs and Youths coarse and fine Boots and My mrit Firifr WltMAil At the age of I was inyited to spend of my coIWBe at ttte country residence ofmy maternal aunt a good motherly possessing some hnlT dozen sons and with whom I had found but little acquaintance since the days of out extreme T knew thai my aunt lived in a If West mixture Tis foand perfected on Mum repeated I immersed in a cold you find that the first law of nature is I loved Marht beyond will whtit your cOMsm your broth be his IHpA and wish to judge if he ios described the rand the confident puppy rose from his and approached my Maria with the evident entibfrof rovishinga Ihad been sitting on the reading of my and contemplated the op posite advantages of pulling s bounding wilh afld onthobankaol NOTARXJPUBLic SURVEYOR tAND BATTLE CAUHOOH orrrte Corner Mow and Jefferson July yjtl GORDON ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT WILL attend to all businesn entruiitftd to in the courte of Law and of this with promptnesbriiaeinyEntf Office in the brick block opposite the New WbflDRurf S Detroit Jril Monroe 60tf A large assortment Nails Lamp and Linseed Tur Drugs and fa The selections have been made with and they invite iheir former customsrs and others to call and examine their as they are dispo ed to s 11 on reasonable FT Most kinds of country produce received in navment of or taken in exchange for MILTON BARNEY miles and it waslmposslWfSSf wheW that unstable craft had floatMf Listen said in a ear nest t hear the sound of I strained my sense of hearing to the al but after MILTON j 48t MARSHALL Shoe Leather DKALURS IN DRY AND BOOTS AND HEADY MADE CLOTHING a river full offish packing up my doublebarreled fowling bag ol a canister of my poles and my I started with my favorite in expecta tion of glorious sport But when the the bright eyes of my cousin Maria smilei a I thought no more of fisho She was a joyou with an occasional dash of the romp in her but her natural po liteness and good sense prevented lie hoyden tricks from being She shall not ds scribe Let my male readers imagin her resemblance tb the objects of their my fair perusers fancy a sim ilitude betweenmy Maria arid their own opinions of their looking glass and I shall Of we all think Mnria a beautiful My attentionssoon became and in a few days we were seldom pertection of my shooting and fish intments excited tho admiration Ihersfixiy res were jnade for days sport which I never attended and ptarmigan graced the lar produce of my cousins while Maria and I strolled through the tho river or floated down the in a small and crazy batteau or sp el But wt the outrage he have died to have preserved and bad she been tinently have committed where was the of toy endeavoring to was Compelled to warn nreservo her when Vma unable to pre lacy of her IM coia sr ssiss asaSS f sk ju him with the fire should but increase warned W about to I Itiu jumped and with one wellplanted hit on the mouth with which he was about to desecrate Marias knocked him over my aunts work A roarbf confu sion ensued the aunt threatened to go bark the boys Maria went out of the f flora r I was about to follow her when Gussy stopped declared that we must light it out A friend remonsirated 5 and it was settled that we should have a pop at one another early in the male cousins promising to get up and see the to jump requiring after But we are leaving by the farther will And the and seemed to rive Maria in the water all this I had scarcely raised my head above the rose on the night level of the when a sickening anmy of Marias fate struck me to They have shriek they I Razed anxiously over the gliding past t buf saw her notl have heard called butreceived no halloo or we are Innumerable little islands studded the bo I obeyed and roared som of the several persons as I left the Worn open was ap of her moon wns shining with fl brilliancy but little inferior to the light of and the ripples of the stream glittered in the sil very My cousin Maria was standing by the gazing on the passing I thought she was crying from tho pcnsiveness of her but witlra tenderair no th0 garden door 0 I descended the and follow naught else but the trickling music of the til 1 ed the path to the rivers 1 he a uou I SHUII A newt gain I exclaimed 1 am her destroyer murderer that fa tal wilh death to her I can never survive her are you now t I could barter for diving inta4hedeepa of this i A ft A hnu when T approached her And a deprecatory she burst into I deceitful stream rescuing my love why con July MARSHALL KEPT BY EXCHANCE tatboun JOHN COE Saddle and Harness BATTLE CALHOUN at the old one door soutf of Gurrispn Ayerys on Exchango in the upper village of would announce to his old custom ers and ihe public that he has purcha scd the entire stock of the Shoe Lea ther store of in addition to his own makes a large and splenid 80rtnBOOTS consisting of mens kip and calf skin Boots kip and calfskin Brogues and Isjiea cttlfLmorqccOj kid and Eru nslla Bootees and Shoes calfT kid and prunella Slips boys and children s all of which are offered low or Bqots and madetaJirder and re pared on 43y me tireuiii m belonging to the Some deer were purposed dcclarntion Sported in the and it was something too soon in a was made for thoir Maria agreed torido with to place of We set gallant in all the exuberance of youth a merry and complimented me onrirom the pangs of my eymnastic 11 not swim t I endeavored to turn the Becnuge you were to lazy and wished to were crammedinto a Questions and answers were rapidly en they laughed heartily at our nushap 5 with praiseworthy proceeded to release tho lady from her unpleasant place of imprisonment Two of the par ty jumped onto the little island from the wellfreighted and requested her to be seated while her friends pad Jleihet to ria refused to enter But my tlll I had Bean ful spirit but Maria tired ere we reach ed the deer suite of tho re monstraiices of rny cousins and the sneers pfmy participating in and re entrain for my I exclaimed a sweettoned voice from some uttered various place behind I jturned rapidly round nonsensicatcommon places about the a clear and merry laugh directed my beauteous and balmy and bank of a small inR and genial andj not twenty yards from my but tm ecstatic but without der the light of the arid therefore Maria had no as ifis in difficult to I observed a white her and knew that Maria had reached is a beautiful night for a glide down a piaCe of The buoyancy of her moved from my perch up6n the In two I was by heir side j andirt wo were safely ouTowo bank of the but several miles distant from the house of my The hunters bade us placing a flask of old whiskey in my hurried back into the littler island for the urpose of redeeming thsir who adbeen compelled to remain there while the If you are not afraid of catch ing untiethe rope of the and paddle me I sat at the stern of the little with her NEW she laughed at tho earnestness of my de and ridiculed my habits of home and neglect of my accustomed staying NEW a D UZENB UR Y f DEALERS IN STAPLE FANCY DRY DRUGS WORTH SIDE OF COURTHOUIB January AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION STATE CHARLES Agent for the Kalamazoo Mutual Inau S that ds we gently moved down the The little covered with the bright est rose and vanished in the mys f tprioiifi FOR THE COUNTY OF Houst SquarerMarahaff HENftY JUSTICE OF TIJE OFFICE WORTH Stlf M CflUHT Vmge COJtfMSSlQN Winter if Rail Road IBNAWEE N B All entrusted to their will prompt March SIDNEY F9A THE PURCHASE AND BALE 2 in the North side of Court House Refer to Pettil eio Messrs Hulburt Bangs 1 BURPEE takes this metho4 of in Jbrminghis and the Public thai ha houtliia day osmooiated liiniself with EDWIN in his old line of and is now ready to offer to the public a irenerol assortment ol STOVE COP SHEET BRASS HOLLOW WARE JAPAND and CHRYSTALJSED WARE at wholesae and retail on ths north side Court House from long experience in the busi they feel confident that they be able to offer to goodnrtlclea and on as rea terms ao any other manufacturers in the above Thepubljp are respectfully in vited to call and examine for thema All orders Job work will be strictly attend ed old Brass will be received in BURPEE March tl37 Cabinet Ware nd ears in love with my pretty and resolved to tell her yet never could musterupcourago what Trmagihed to be my but what the little gypsey knew to be the case sooner than I did 1 used to sit and gcize at wondering at the delicious blue ness of her the marble polish of her and the tempting of her cherry which I would have giv en one of my fiogcrs to have In the accomplishment of this kiss be at the sole object of my day thoughts and my reveries by Ma riua lips were formed for kissting they had enabled her to float the few accident and ihe nearest landr Whemny ure I felt that it was impossible to refrain from joining with Maria in laughing at the excessive Tudicrouaness of our She was prisoner oh an isletriot twentyfeet long by six wide Tn t woods that lined the shores echoed our jocund Maria was in raptures and to cease the play of the she commenced one of my lavor ite thV enchanting melody of that sweet voice how well do I re member its effect upon my lovesmitten gating tfpon her angel by the vivid Ught of I grew drunk with beauty and with The song spoke to could not You are grieved at the events of night I certainly disagree jinaa nnatrv Imiffhftn COUH H t the Marshall Drug MOMTOOMERY The subscribew give TT to those indebted to whose I and accounts are now that they will and Oats in payment o debts and those not disposed to pay in be called upon for the r BARNEY CO JONES DURFEE INFORM the citizenn of Marshall and vici nity that they have recently commenced business of JCABJNET on the north bide of Court House in the village ol where they intend lo keep on hand a variety of PAY UP indebted to the either by note or are nqutsted to call settle the same without de May 75tf POST OFFICE THE Marshall Post Office has been remo ved from the store of Brewer to that of the on State Nut of the Court Houst 1 CHALES S8tf which they wilf dispose of on ternis very reason thoroughly acquainted with the Eastern and Southern slyle of confident of giving general satisfactionTnlle wishing to purchase Furniture will ioufera favor by calling undexamining their Attorders will be oroimptnesa and in a workmanlike Ftuwlure need ing repair will receive immediate Produce and suitahjle lor their received inpayment for y 9th 54tf TJ ofDr Cabinet HE subscribers have opened a shop in the village of adjoining the residence where they are prepared to furnish the public with any article in their of as good quality and at as reasonable f price as any Other eitabjishnent in the Piano Fortes tuned ind TAYLOR 63tf ns indebteil to the VCJUMU Mtix or for ata re TO subscriber on reasonable ed H from wM hip of o 3 lotttk on which good uitdtr were not slips of scarcely serv ingto cover the pale nprthe sausageshaped rolls that disfigure some of our fair Johannes Secun dus himself could not imagined a finer pair of labial pur pose of The thoughts of this kiss hung round tly neck of my as Luuneelot soys one in the fervor of my I perpetrated the following RECEIPT TO MAKE A roselmdj yet whoso verual morn Perfumes unconsjiuus of 11 Tbe purest purplo uteul from Muy Tlie pearls tbut gem the lnwu when springs tbe Crop be young violet from her socnteJ Anlspoil the prluironc if Itn heat With loves own odors itecpeil io The bnneyd laburs of the sivn Bu t geuruh with care tbe aromatic work Ueal danger n the sweet temptation Atulmor the lusdous sbouldst tbou luave One twould all thy hopei into tbe fragrant UIIMS lot Zephyr Ainf The earliest whiaper of Uie upring l Tbe cberp of beautys darling bird Aud mix tbe murmurs oflhe turtle Her smiles and graces Venus must And thrice euiliului the whole with Paphuln If tbr blest mixture fUlntly youd Tis found on Muriaa With much 1 perused my amatory and resolved to give it to my goddess during the as a sort of avant courier to the declaration which I had That day resolved to But visiters arrived the household was in con usion Maria was engaged in domestic uties ouii worse 1 lost the co py of my despite my minute was unable to regain my I went down to dinner with a poor ap petite and a worse One of the new a a friend of my male and familiarly termed Guss contrived to seat himself next to my and paid her iucessaut atten The lively girl listened to his non sensical chat on diabolical small wjth more civility than I thought she had a right to and 1 retired sulkily from the In the we were seated round the blazing for the au tumn had far advanced it was evident that Guss Busby the depository of what ray boyish cousins deemed an ex cellent and Maria and I were theob able to have ones poetry laughed But I did not laugh 5 1 snatched the copy from the hands of that odious and have it about said the dear drawing my verses from the bosom of her here they and I mean to get them by How 1 longedto kiss the beauteous lips that uttereckouch sweet words uYou solved that rude Buaby dare he presume tp Mftaagiup that I would allow him to 1 it is a different w no harm in kissing ones True true like a ad dlebrained ass I had been dying to kiss those ripe and pouting yet remembered the heavenly priv ilege of cousins claim I the deep and soft attentions of a devoted but had neglected to use the rights of a 1 jumped to snatch an earnest of my preroga tive 1 folded the dear laughing girl in my my lips pressed and 1 in dulged in my first a long a kigs ef youth fend The frail batteaoxunfit arena for a slippery with deep wa ter all around and between and no pos ite Of company or at taining either The boat had ghu edfron our sight the midnight hour was rapidly and help was not within sound of our loudest hail of the affair carried us throh the first half when I began to find my situation irksome in the I was unable to sit down cur walk about tho slightest motion teemed with death the up the integumentsuof my legs in largo and a shivering fit stopped my conversation with To add to my I knew that the charming gi rl was ex posed to the same in for althoughe she feet of ground whereon she could and did still she waa enveloped inwet and exposed tq night damps and the river which now covered the sur face of the stream like a thick white Wan and shrouded my puetty cousin my jTsfiouted It vtaa useless but tne human mind never thoroughly des and was prettily and effectually The fog came on The bark of a dog we occupied their places in the boatrj A few yards progress edge con vineoiLus df the difficulty 6f pro ceeding onout way but a drink or two our fyfimes after a painful and tedious march of acouple of we reached the house of my distracted aunt just as the day began to It is not worth while to describe the a ypnv the family during the lonSfJ9H8 night nor ana and and that we were compelled to to prevent the of the 4 miles V 4 scrnth 6 v HUMPHREY of our duckings Many weeks passed before l dble to use my but my dear Maria sat by my and read to and chattel with and kissed me and trembled ns she the thoughts of the our first It is not worth while to say that Guss Busby did not shoot although he talk ed about sending a challenge but my aunt dexterously bestowed a hearty slap upon his sinister desired htm to think no more about such It is not worth while to say that 1 mar ried my own Maria as rtjy aunt it was not possible for me to do after putting her in li and keeping her out all Ma ria has now no partiality for boasting par ties and I am content with a bit orfowl at home without getting a f out of She ia now sitting opposite to darning stockings of my who tiDu is ing by the window a blueeyed girl is helping mama two curlyheaded ruf teaching a lineal ing readily to our united when out of equilateral and plumped us both into the A scramble a scream and a splaghratid the cojd water in mjFmroatv and 1 lost the light of the and a Stifling sensation choked my and the calm river roared like wildest jects of di My aunt demanded an ras cally Guss drew the manuscript of my po em from his aad with a quant voice aod ridiculoAis wnphMWi md aloud my nreoiottB Mdduotiorjk A biiMt of Maria I der in my In a the longt est that a man can I rose to the sur face of the I could not but the boat was within my reach I endeavored to grasp the round ed butunable to for my and the light craft floated more rapidly down the with the impetus or my hasty but ineffectual Again was I submerged IB the of1 the riverfagain I I splashed and in the silvery ripples of the moonfigR when as 1 was floating and floundering in the midst of the my knees struck against a sudden in an instant i was on its and I found myself standing up to my on oiyr my our searching friends to tho I shouted again Maria was alsoseized with the infection of and shrieked em intenseness that would have paralyzed a playhouse The echo barelysounded through the density of listened for an answering the silence was unbroken even the dog refrained from his The wind sighed and bteV the thick fog into long streaks and of suddenly acted on by coun ter currents of broke into fantastic and uncouth shapes that hung over the rippling lodged against banks of the and the high branches of the trees upon the river Hour after hour passed away in misery 1 expected every minute to tumble ia the deep water beside and end my weari ness in Maria bore up bravely but the idea of her mothers anxiety in creased her and 1 fan cied amidst the forced chuckles of of her wellmeant I oould dis cover the sobs abe appeard so anxious to The moon sunk below the fcorizon the wind had cleared the fog from the riv biit the dark intensity of the night seemed more appaling than the illumina ted tbicknejy of the Despair began to crawl over my spirits I knew that the river was seldom navigated that there won no hauae within two or three miles of in the eentre of the riv Bat where i You did not Iw anoeofrefiai woepi our fwllowing the cf wrpe of the nvert JIB But oowwqre they to than our 04 toft f of the original Dido to attain a twole perpendicular i n the and Torhmy is rocking the babys Arid thusends my chapter kts The New Orleans Picayune tells tha following capital joke A FAIR 3U81NB8S best joke that has occurred for a twelve month has been at our own It will be that afew we gave notice to country that we required of exchange betwean them and us was so great that we could not afford do that we have received numerous remittances fuom ourrustic brethren but the oddelt specimen of country cujcreocy that we haye yet reached os yester day through the post It was tained in a large up We burst open the and unrolled till we came to ibtt there was a a tho hardness of the package convinced us that it was not all till at editors the taking off about oae out contaiaingmijtMr fjconi office of one dir ren in withthia give uacredit for Cttrrency of M every body w toaf hadao it got down t BO ked S r howeve our tike   

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