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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - June 15, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                IIEr HENRY THE JUNE per ia No nntil f the first tad eeihtnbwqttent A discount W those Who advertise by FsBt Physician Surgeon Calhoun THE PABnDBR9 Sweet Is the bread that toil hath And irweet the sleep it And when the day is My cheerftYl helpmate Js prbdly rtnn my hetcrth I see My sturdy sons draw And 0 how kindly smjleB on Each one that1 s gathered A thousand sonffrtefs welcome tne Forth to my And fldwers af many a form and hue Upspringirtg from the The Spring with promise beckons me To sow the needful And glorious Autumn thankful shows IT 1 SZ Counsellor at and Land Agent 1 CEPHAS Attorney and Counsellor at Office on the corner of Main and Jefferson Notary Surveyor Land Agent Battle Calhoun corner Main and Jefferson st HENRY Justice of the North sida of Court House Counsellor at Solicitor T basement story of the Court House1 MARVIN PRESTONr Treasurer and Clork of Calhoun CourtHouse The In his narrow by his midnight lamp I read In Natures open book Truths of immortal stamp While mountains tremble on their And quakes the city I firmly stand upon the A basis deep and We meet in the sunshine of gladneis To brighten onr memorys We parHn thetwilightof Perchance to meet never Frorri the hearts of our childhood we In the fand of the stranger to To the friends of our bosoms forever We whisper the parting And yet oer the stretch of the As lonely and cheerless we In dreams by our wavtcircled We hear the sweet voices of ing again at that as I must see I and casting an other glancie of scrutiny the mys terious visitor this feif Oalttfn in a speculating mood as to the nature of his Scarcely had the little clock on the mantle chimed the of ere the stranger appeared again at the Anxiety was seated onhis brow arid with an inquisitive he repeated his request to see but on beibg in formed of hia continued his dis appointment appeared doubly increased r sCf Vkk the North American Quarterly Journal 6f Arts atid devoted to the diifiisiottpf useful 1 I That niofmttg Dalton cxittld ridt eathis breakfkst THROUGH fiii ROCKY Samuel Piirkey published a journal of an explofing Bx pedition beyond the Rdcky fast for laughing afhiffowrt folly in fibhiWhichrwe the ali the man with grten gOgglfs The passage throfgli these mountains a vflair on in tiiA naront hild in From the NewYork DEATH We have the melancholy intelligence by letter from Utica this of the death of of the United States r 0 is in a so gradual in the ascent and A DOMESTIC of a pslnfutiiid recently perpetrated in the western partof The as recorded in the Lakevftte are the following A ydungwdy of great peiwnal Wttao 1Q ftlft tfc WWMV i j that I should not have known we tiomif thedaughtet of a farmer iri tttat were passing thent had it not been had formed an as we advanced the atmosphere gradually with a youth of became and at length we found the and her parents perpetual snows upon our right hand and him Ihe and exerted themselves to aupuilllilinui uuucaicu UUHIMJT i 1 leaving he weeks 0 from and the promising to call again in the Dalton having met his friend Tom endeavored in vain to the of the protested note from hia by indulging in his favorite game of billiards overcome was he by the that all his attempts proved in effectual And repairing home to seekii that comfort from his lovely Emily he could not find what were hia feelings on being informed of the repeai We know not the exact ageof the ColftnTO but he was probably not far from sjxtj and Counsellor at Court Notary Calhoun Court House CYRUS Surveyor and Civil Court House MARSHALL Kept by Crary Calhoun Though the shrqjrfTand the greensward may cover tfhe fond heart that shrined as so Yet in visions their spirits shall Like angels of oer our Then joy for those visits betoken A hieing oer deaths wide domain I Bat the links of affection all shafl join thehi Ohyesj though departed we wander sadness down lifes farthest While darkly our memories ponder vOver all the lost pleiads of Though chill to our coffinless bosom The ioe of the arctic shall Or flowers found our sepulchres Where sweetly the tropic bifdrf sing1 ed visits of the mysterious Did he leave his Emily f Smith 1 Is there not a police officer of that name t Surely they not treat me like a that they drag me through the to the rude ot every strangers eye Could they not have sent me a polite no tice informing me of the affair and Reques ting an Or even a an Attorney would be more gratifying to the feelings of know my ability and willingness to they know that the house of has enjoyed since its ITrst a character for reputation that the most re spectable might Andyet they send irst knowledge of him as an offi Airing the u restrictive energies In order to enforce the T tnd nonintercourse an was built upon lake called the the command of which was assigned to Woolseyv thin a ant He had seen much previous service on the and was engaged in the Tripolian wltfiDecatur and Ho remained in the lake service for several and was one of the most ac tive and efficient officers daring the war with Great under Commodore Several very gallant aflairs were conducted byhim with signal suc When the States wore building the large ships at ipon our elevated tnany thousand feet above someplaces ten thou highest part of th6so moun tains are 7oun3 by eighteen thousand feet above the level of thn This valley was not discovered Until sbmeyears HuntShd his more than twenty years ago went near it but did n6t find though in search of some favora ble It varies in width fronvfive to twenty miles and following its the distance through mountains is ar bout eighty mlfesor TouKdayi Though there are some elevations pressions in this dQirjparaUve ly it is There would be no difficulty in the way ol constructing a rail road from the Atlantic to the Pacific himlhe and exerted sever the by providing Julia middleaged NKjuirahaving performed fithe happy for on the borders of he and for six months peared perfectly reconciled to her and exerted herself to honor and One morning tfte W rner was returning home with hifi and he met his former accounted for his sudden by sayingthat he had just returned firom New where he had made a we Spec ulation in Texan and that intention to emigrate to his preperty soon as te had completed and probably tne time may not be very far whtfn trips will be made across the as have been made to Niagara to see natures Yet when from their mouldering cerements The trumpetroused aleepera shall In the thrill of remembered endearnientsj We shall we meet not to GORHAM Dealers iriDry Crock North side of Court House Cnlhoun JOHN COE Saddle and Harness Battle Calhoun DUZENBURTfc Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Drugs 6i North side of ihe Jisfiey The Protested dear said the beautiful and accomplished Emily Dalton to her husband tine he rceltnod on the sofa in the drawing what is it ails you you are so jpad and silent to night that one doom you some re jected rat ho r the a gay and gallant as a public officer to bring nhe into their courts like trwtmtual toTtlio M this is too much Dalton retired and the recollections of the in tho soothing embrace of sleep but so far was he ovorcomo by his anxiety that he sought in Hour after hourhetosscd upon his and counted the dull strokes of the as each successive peal vibrated upon tho silent ear of At last nature resumed her and sinking graduallV into a deep and gentle Dalton forgot the occurrence of the day and was oViengUi wrapped in sweet Ho slept long and when tho soft hand of his wife awoke him in the tho btoad glare of tho shifting full int his and the busy hum the without told him tltte day was far Wonlsey was sent to bring the cables arid rigging from f The roads at that day were so bad from Rome to Sackctts as to render their transportation by all but im ItiwasthereTore if to take them in Durham boats through Wood Creek and Oneida to45dwegOi and thenco keeping the boatsclosein to Sacketts Har that his intentions had been discovered byxthe through the instrumentality of and that the commander on Lake Ontario was preparing ultercept his following ac count of the origin of the name Pennsyl vania from a letter written by its dated January This day after many wafch and disputes in my country was confirmed mo lihder the ghsat seal of with large pow ers anal by tho name ot Penn the king would giyo it in of my I chose New being a hilly country 5 and when the a refused to call it New I proposed and The band invited hia friend to a da two with that mhoug should be obliged to go toLakeville thft next other could amuse himself until his return by shooting the prairio or fencing in a patch of which ever he the other and returned to the house with the pitable The next the young man renewed his with1 mar and finally succeeded exacting a promise that IV w O oT g 4 Woolsey resorted to a stratagem they added Penn to thoughLAvaa nmclu which so far threw Lucas Yeo from off his as well nigh to ensure his Thevoyage from Oswego was commenced himself proceeding along tho shore by and watching their When off the mouth of Salmon a detachment of the enemys flo tilla discovered tho which were com pelled into that harbour for andtRenaval stores were hurried on jimere the only armed protection consis run away in the mean had gone tour to the prairie insearch of was not expected to return for several He had his misgivings howeveri and returning home late at was a horrified witness of his own attempting to disturb the he house in three different the flames creeping the Auctioneer Commission State Calhoun early this and being disappointed he came and re wait till you 1 must see him I what However I have nothing opposed4o and went to tho king to have it struck He said it was and he wouldtake it upon him nor could twenty guineas movo the undersecretary to vary the namo for I feared migu bo looked on as vanity in respect inJtlioihig to really Dealer in Sheet Iton and Hollow Opposite Court Fancy and Job North side of the Court House Calhoun NATION Court House Calhoun A detachment of the enemy entered the harbour in and By ad vice of and under his own con tho riflemen were placed in with directions not to fire until the near llUti 111UJT w i a to upbraid my conscience and why approach of the 1 he enemy acl shpuld I fear him I can raise the monWanced unconscious of the un ev throuch tho day and all will bo weUa til within a convenient when ain they were received by a destructive In truth Dalton had nothing to In a loud Woolsey ordered a whereupon the riflemen rushed CHARLES Dealer jn ite Li DIBBLE Dealers in Dry Crock East side of Exchange MARBHALL POST East of Court House State CHARLES Agent for the Kulamaxoo Mutual Insu ranee TOE THE COUNTY Or House thinking of a trifling pecuniary emoa ment which happened today and as it is the first of its it hag per riiore than ordinary anxiety on my Then cast care continued endeavoring to assist him from and take your flute and accompany me on the in this beau tiful dance of Augustus in La not my sweet said kissing her pretty I cannot a danco tonight some other other but you seem very sad pray let me know it continued vsome three months I was so foolish as to en dorse a note Cor five thousand for that speculating who used to ac when I came wrvisit and the feUgv has and all his schemes and wilil projects of city lota and water and rail have vanished into airy noth as the poet arid he has decamp leaving his creditorsminus some hun dred His note came due and 000 was protested I wish the scamp well built walking cane in his By had ran away with the pretty heiress he his Dalton beheld a person in spoke so much before I ever whom keejmess of combined his ugly ted of a under Ma y I WHITEWASHING Mjv the South Seas was noticed in Herald a few days in one of hia nar T T JLJ IT his once happy Tne wonum and her parafflour aroused from their adulterous dreams by the flames and rushed to the windows to save selves by but below furiated with his and was he fired Wth with unerring aim mid the produced on the of ono of tho is lands by a uuccessful attempt which he made to convert he coral of their shores into After having laughed at the process of which they believed was to cook tho coral for what was their astonishment whoa in the morning His generosity had prompted him to as sist a friend in the hour of need anl his known ability should have him frdm But thejigvelty of his sit and his total igriorance of legal had caused an excitement which he found it difficult to He descended with a troubled mind in to the drawing endeavoring to for tify himself for the by the stimulant had drawn himself up near the stranger and was reclining with his rude feet upon polished Dalian He was a lank looking majiin of the coat and fur with a pair ison his eagle and a stout i i J ASHIyEY FORWARDING COMMISSION tCornerof Winter 4Rail Road LENAWBB All to tliclr will receive W OOBDON Ac ANP AT ILL attend to oil buaioess entrusted to iu of Law and Equity with fidelity 004 de n the brick block opposite the New la that Charles V said she laughing at his apparent one would have thought that you shared the general ruin I you tell and lost your entire cheer and let us play that pretty you know fa ther will advance you the money at No I cannot consent to ask him for a cent I had one fortune from him when he gave me and When Never mind Ill take a stroll and see my friend Tom it may thai a game of billiards will banish this occur rence from my all will be wellr io Dalton took his hat and wandered forth in quest of Bis friend Meanwhile bis gentle bride seated at the and commenced her favorite air she had scarcely finished it before a servant announced a stranger in He waa immediately ushered iotoher presence a ud requested to see Mfr Woonnur Ywviiri Bates Ditrtit SIDNEY FOft THB roacHASB AND BALK Of Dalton and on being informed of has ab sence appeased much May I know your buiinoM with my sir V inquired is some private which I have with ha costing his eyes around the aid lurveyiDg the rich furniture with Ill call a as I must see you fixedness of were the char acteristic qualities 5 hia manner and general could not entitle him in its strictest appellation to the termxf gen There hydra of all Daltons anxiety face tofaee with his On the appearance of the latter he made an awkward attempt to and then resumed his I presume V Yes sir have called several times to see and am extremely happy ia being so suc cessful as to find you Dalton aijd wished the fellow to the Smith rubbed his and conversed on every topic but the one ia At length he gradually introduced Strange times we have fallen Dalton Many of our most respectable houses have presume you have of the fail the great capitalUt Dalton was on We Slimaat had arrived he fear I am trespassing too long on your at length said observ irnpetuously with loud and holding their weapons in the position of charged The result was the surrender of the enemy at They were commanded by an officer named of the British and an old Of As Poptmrrj came forward to surrender his sword Woolsey exclaimed Pop what on earth areyou up this creek V After some indifferent and a survey Of Woelseys Ppp ham this is the first time I heard of riflemen charging bayonets F The the enemy upon Sacketts repelled by Wool with the Dneida brig This affair happened early in the before the United States were prepared to take the lake with a He was also in command at where the attack of the British was so brilliantly on which occasion hedisplayed great akill and He remained in command of the marine at Sacketts Harbour after the close of the we until it was determined mutually by England and the to dismantle and abandon their ships upon those He was then transferred to the ocean in which he been actively engaged the greater portion of the time having been successively in command of the West India at and the Brazilian By his the and the have alike reason to deplore the loss ofuone of its bravest and best He was in all respects a true hearted sai fearless and full of stratagem aa an and noble heart ed as a like most gener ous to a fault He has left family con sisting of a widow and QQB of whom is in the and bears his own Few men can be called hence who will leave a wider circle of mourning frieodi they found the missionarys tering in the rising as white as snow They they they shouted they screamed for The whole is land was soon in given up to wonder and The bon ton im mediately voted the whitewash a cosmetic and a and superlatively happy did many a swarthy coquette consider her self could she but enhance her charms by a dab of the whitewash And now party spirit ran as it will do in more civilized as to who was or was not entitled to One party ur A BRITISH STEAMBOAT ON ONTAR10 From tho Roekater Sna steamboa ged their superior rank and riches a se cond got tho brush uud were determined all events ta keep it a third to L that they might ob overturn the some ot that the steamer Sir Robert feel was burnt at an in the near French on Tuesday night The passengers who left the Peel and came on the Telegraph that while stopping to a party of ed armed about fifty in boarded the boat and ordered the passen gers and crew on saying they not to take any On this or der being complied they proceeded to fire the boat in several then left her to her We shall wait for particulars before we indulge in further Fromlkf Buflklo June May 30V arrived in this place yes in the steamboat The news of the loss of the British steamboat coo say at what hour bfl will he ija s like may poaatbly i fk He ia of auch eywi at fii ing the others unaasiness j and thrusting iis band into the recesses of hia great coat he drew forth Sir Robert hereby the which Uxjk the of the Sir Rober t Peel from WeM in the near French tain some of the did the pM not scruple to rob each other of tho little whom I have from up the Conversation witfe a gentleman is like iAiner in n anvincr AnVrlBCfAl Hll Daltoo eyed H if fc6 riding in a spring conve IUop with is like travelling 11 common when at the jolting shakes up and makes your very heart share that some had been so happy as to But soon new lime was prepar and in a week not a a domestic a war a but was white as not an inhabitant but what bad his skin painted with the most grotesque figures not a pig but what Was similarly whitened even mothers might be seen in every direction capering with extravagant and yelfing with delight at the superior beauty of their white washed WHO is that promenades in B road but baa at some time or other of the a young ish of medium adust urine andmumping with his hajad full of which nibbles ever and as he He ia known as goes musingly along the Gingerbread Ma An undecided species pf faded M laxative button up his odlher Hia once has in the a mottled gingerbread is as if the color of His daily food bad in saffron through breaking but exteroajly ig pf very garweot is placed a abort allowance of which are the most part shelled out bgan Buttoned to the it yawns Ji goe the wherein the yearera fayorite cake are it is for man to a with a valuable and a number of While about 2 she attacked by a party of about tke passengers and crew driven on the bparset fire and totally to gether every thing on except a amoU portion of the passengers hflg fSgpr It Jasaid that one Epghsh gentle man lost in and that a largo amount of apecie was on board foj the Toronto The ladies were driven on shore in their night The mate is badly and narrowly escaped losing his I will not undertake to describe the ex citement that exists hereat this 0 In yours PIERRE lalapd is one of the lai the cluster called the thousand It forms part Jefferson Ac ffyrld m4 By Canadian who Mil waukie this British between at the AmiJticon rto the   

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