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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - June 22, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                JUtffi BY HENRY PATRIOT ptir ptysblfr in ike No until all for flnt 85 subsequent A MS tycwint to thosii wha advertise by TtEpQRD Physician and Calhonn Attorney Counsellor at and Land Agent 1 CEPHAS Attorney and Counsellor at Office on the corner of Main and Jefferson Battle Cnlhoun 1 L Notary Surveyor Land igen Battle Calhoun corner of Jefferson st HENRY Justice of the North side of Court House FKLB otno Glut utd Re4 Early DuiLCoUdor Aniker fTnfc Cranberry Pole French White French WhlM Mangold Ettljr Red Bjarclty Long Early Turnip Yellow Botar Amber Early May CaliliagfH Early York Etfrly ly Sugar Loaf Green Curled Winter Drumhead Cape Sfivoy Red Dutch Large Green German Large Late tfaUenen Early Cauliflower Late do Orange Attrlnghnm CURLED Or Peii Counsellor aFLaw ano1 Solicitor in Chan Office basement story of We Court House MARVIN Treasurer Clock of Cnlhoun Court House basement Si Attorney and Counsellor at Court House Notary Calhoun Court House CYRUS Surveyor and Civil Court House MARSHALL Kept by Crary ExcHonge v Calhoun T GORHAM JetHers fn Drug side of Court House Cnlhoun WhltB Bplne Uhlrkln Early Frame Lnnr GARDEN Lnrge Calala Veraalllei Eariy White Cabbage Large Green Head Green Citron Sua Netted Cantelope Large Yellnw Cantelope Murrays Pine Appja Iiland Wner Apple Seeded Water Citron Water SEKD Bishops esrly Aift Prolfae Royal Dwf Marrowfat Earlrfrt Early Lout latud Lonz u PARS Curled lome of which 7 called for their From tbe Washington THB GstATO OF Ob MM slfh the torf Jrjiere he LethUn steep wbtre die spoiler hath laid Mat t tit not the warm Sow that Ms Cowrtrf Bat tbe clods of the field thai shall shade Their tombs are not the valient and Tboptrenihrlned by tbe eypnis and willow t EnfehantnMMt shall eonqner asd hallow ibe Tbongb engirt tbe winds and tbe long shall he tbongh in the taearU of a nation that Then weave oer his In tbe brightest of Bill a wreath for the spirit that And oft as the bright dews that flee from the if Im going for to stand it ses what on airth air you talkin I Early Scarlet Snort Top Scarlet Turnip w Turnip Long WHIte Naples Early Frame Salmon Black Winter RHUBARB Or Pie Plant Round on J Prickly White Ciinhaw Winter Vegetable Marrow Summer Buih Or Vegetable Oyster Largo Early White Dutch Green Round White Stone Early Garden Stone 8wani Egg LmVgTBnlHird or Hanover Yellow Maltese Yellow Flat White Flat Doles Hybrid Large White Norfolk Ruta Baga or Swediih Svfect Marjoram Common Summer Brnwn Englliti do Pot Sneet Four Pplcei White Offlelnul FIELD MISCELLAN EOUS Broom Corn See I Yellow Virginia Tobacco Long Blnded do White MulVerry Tue next dawning will bear them away And their diamond ihall In From Uie Ive hearn folks say thatthe wimin was well they is leetle if you manage em hawl in and let em out you can drive em along without whip or jest which way you want em to When 1 lived down at there was a good many fust rate gals down but1 didnt take a tikin to any on till squireCummins cum down there to The hod on almity puty I sed some of the gals was lust but Nancy Cummins was fust rate and a Itf tle There was many dressed finer and looked but there was somo thiri jam about that they couldt hold a candln If a feller seed her he couldnt look at another gal for tor l4akaJikiBhtoJier rite and we got as thick as We had used her if weve taken a liken to one another taint your fault but I ainl so almity taken with and you may Have her for so you hadnt ought to get savage about Well says Qrather cooled down t am the unluckiest thing in 1 wanMuther day to place where there was an old woman died wef selling out her Well ways there was a thunderin big chist of draw ers full of all sort of tmckrBjirt bot thot I made a Ko look at ther warnt nothinin it worth a cent cept an old silver aftd that was from thd brain of fabled it is a creition of wondorfuLcelerity and Its passage from ipftiney to in all the elements that constitute en intellectual and moral admirable and a just appieciation Of the true ends and means of social been amazingly rapid but not rapid than arid in keeping with the pro gress of the fertile and advancing region of which it forms the mart and The however luxuriant THOMBAY Sioeloctb The court was filled fee been conversing wiin the V probably and which some light upon horriA they is the promise of the all tusted sold c6HSafH fof tario in it contained but 381 inhnb well that bot it tuck it heerd sumthin rat broke the old chist and found lota or gold and silver in in a false bottom I hadnt Now if4d tuck thaj chist hum Id never found that or if I theyd bin all and Id been tuck up for passing on Well I jest up tor passing told Patience about jest when she rite up and called me a darned Welt ses Ephe that but never you mind go you and when you dew get you can file the off jest as you That teekletUiim it and away fee went a leetle better Now thinks t The firtt settlement at Rochester was in 1812 1014 it could furnish but thir tythree aflftwbeoring men to unite with the militia of the surrounding country in repelling the threatened attack of of the British squadron on lake On and he had made some which were ded to throw name as distant day for tin ejteetttioV as the law would infftrder tbpt fiff ther and important tnifbt made if the prisoner felt disposed to JUDGE DAYTON with m solemnity appropriate to the o the following its nn4 it was created a village in 1817 Now the population numbers 000 The last cerernonial or rifice of the thn city now was in 1813 and the first perma nent religious edifice was erecled in 1922 It has now twentytwo religious with their costV but chaste be sides numerous seminaries and societies of sciences and The gross receipts of the Rochester post office for the first quarter after its estab lishment in 1812 was 42 the average receipt per for 1837 amounted to about the office taking rank in business as the third in the Irr You hare been tried and found guilty of the crime of Have you any thing to say why the sentence ot thf law should not be pronounced upon Barrim answered I am not guilty of the You have been ao4 and convicted of your of one of the highest Crimea known to our You now you are not You have had the anceof the ablest counsel on your trial t Iftne to look after Next day down Yellow Lnruit Prolific Limn fled Common White Portugal Silver BklnueJ Mmlerln Yellow Duth Long White PURPLE EGO PLANT 600 Papers FLOWER ed These seffd were all grown under the direction or the Prince who have the largeat seed eitah liahment in the United States their long and their well known character are the best guaranty that the seeds and true to their CHARLES March TO THE Henry Barns Ijavirig to John Bagg and Silas all his title and interest in the Bindery and Printing establishment of the late nrqi or Barns A the copartnership heretofore existing between the subscribers is this day AH debts and accounts due the late e late Ba to wl Tram CQE Harness MiikrrsT Qulhoun J0 Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry Drugs side of Hi Square Auctioneer fit Commission State Calhouu Dealer in Sheet Iron and Hollow Opposite Court to Bagg and Silas they haVe been by wliuiji the set tlemerit and payment ol all demands existing a I gainsT tire said flrm havo De February JOHN HENRY SILAS COPA RTlflER3 subscribers 1iaye this day entered into a copartnership Cor carrying on the business of the late firm of Ba Barns under the name and style of 13 JOHN SILAS go to the tbtr same It took me to find the sarms and hims and wed out in a manner shock in to hardened sinners then wed hum While the gals and fellers kept a lookin on as though thevd like to mix Id always stay Buppejrr and theway she eood makjjn juri and the way I would slide over with molasses and put em away was nuthin to She was dreadful ci vil always geltin somethin nice for I was up to the hub in and was goin in for herliko things went oh fn this for a spelUjill she thot she had mo tite Iheivshc begin to show off kinder inde pqrident When Id go to There was no room for me in the pow when shed cUm out shed streake offwith another and leave me suckin fingers at the Instcd of sticken to me as she used to she got cuttin around with all the fellers jest as if she cared nu I Nancy was all her if the squire was in she I axed said ho reismow are first flour was manufactured at and and for a few subsequent the product was only a few hundred bar cd him our colt sprained his an I cum to seeif the squire wont lopd mo his mare to go to She sed she gesstd he bettor sit down till the squire Down I sot she look ed sort a and my heart Celt queer all round the edges Arter a while ses are you going down Betsy Martins quiltin 1 sed she didnt know are you a going 1 sed I recond I wood ses she I sposeypudtakp Patience sed I and agin I mount not ses she I hearn youro a goin to git marrieT ses I shouldnt wonder a Patience is a nice ses I looked at 1 seed a dumin says to be She ris rfte up she her faco SB a biled boetT Seth Stokes ses she and she coodnt say she was Wont you be bridesmaid ses I Tib ses she and she bust rite Well BOS if you wont be bridesmaid will you be the Fancy and Job North side of the Court House Calhoun NATIONAL By Court House Calhmiu ecu CHARLES Dealer in State Li stve of grist mills and establishments and various kinds with upwards of ninety runs of capable or man ufacturing five thousand barrels of flour and exporting by the Erie canal a between four and five hundred thou sard barrels annually besides the supply for the city vicinity fftfld the annual in seasons it is be lieved will not fall fur short of six hundred thousand is soysthe authorof the sketches not mere ly the the but the largest flour man ufactory in the Very little wheat was sent out of the Genesee country until the year 1815 now the quantity manu factured there exceeds two and a half millions ofbushels Suohare among the atrtKiqg illustrations of whnt the author justly characterizes as the living monument of intelligent cntcrpritf which has sprung into existence through and every thing possible wen in your Nothing left undone to satisfy the not of your at least that there reason to doubt the evidenced your guilt after a patient hearing of all the vidence in the and of all that could be said in your pronounced you guilty and it is not too to that no person who was and who heard the evidence adduced against can for a moment entertain a doubt of the correctness of their verdict can they that you were the instrument of mowsteeped in crime than The evidence shows that you were one of the active principals in the if not the man by whom it was chiefly plan tied as well as In ordinary ca the circumstance of your mjght havo induced that you had led to participate in this through Rooms fot a small over the store Terms fair and pos aession given CHARLES IPJjjlL of the B FRUIT HP W wlM receive on Jt TTuesdaV next a choice Jot pf FRUIT constating of Grape Cut which be will offer for sale at rea at the Ohio Seed and Produce April DIBBLE Dealers in Dry Crock I East side of Exchange MARSHALL POST East of Court House State CHARLES Agent fqr the Kalamazoo Insu rance Company r FOR COCBTT I House TW Seed by April sale at tbe ARTICLES received and sold on commission on liberal by November 51 of de found at the Printing Office of ha Calhoun County KjTktffc Cotton qual WIflF 4 Bales Candle 6 do Chickopee GORHAM A TOAWARDING COMMSBlOti Winter If Rail Road A V WA W W AMJmmt A AA All buiiDU eotruited to their wW recelvs March GORDON 4 ATTORNBYB ANo AT WILL to all baainejs entrusted to in the of Law and Equity xfUus with fidelity and de CT Office in block opppjute New I 5 Bates Dttroit way A t Esq fUtUIHAIC AMD story of the as well coma to the end of it at wunce so down t went to have it out with her but there was a hull grist of fellers They seemed mity qu ot till I went then she got talkin dll manner of sed nothin to mej and darned little of that I tried to keep my dander but it twarnt no I kept movin about as if I had a ptffin my 1 sweat as if I had bin My collar hung down as if it had been hung over to Ucoodnt stand so clearedout as soon as I for I seed twas no use trying to say nothing to I went strata to bed and thot the matter over a thinks 1 that gal is jost tryin of taint no use of her playing possum Ill take the kink of her if I dontjfotch out of that high grass use me for sassage meat I hearn tell of a boy that got to scewl late one Sunday The master you tarnel sleepn what kept so late ses the its so everlasttn slippy out Tcoodnt get along no 1 took T went tew steps and I coodnt got he re if I hadnt turned back to go tuther thats jest my cast 1 have been putt in after that gal considerable Now thinks Ill go tuther been slitin of now Ill elite sass for the goose is saaa for the 1 went no more to Next Sabbath I slick ed myself and I dew when I got fiy flxlfflTOBfl took IbeThTrrilu Glean off of human najur about our A bout meetin timeoff I put for Eltham Dodge was as nice a the transforming influence of Yankoecol qmsto inthewestern awful puty I tuk rite her yes or nof ses rite Yell ses she thats your ses as I gin ner a buss and a 1 soon fixed wUh the We soon hitched traced in double harness for and I had cause to repent of my Grievious and considerably unpleas if not to is the burthen of a NEW COAT A hat is bad a new with a tight fit an amount of of personal solicitude it brings with say nothing of that indescribable which makes an un occupied arm a decided mere hangeron a sensation faintly sha when the wearers measure was and he was told to hold up his like a and drdp his dangled so strangely far below the termination of sleeves that had always seemed longed enough until yonder dpdgiiig fellow pede as if he feared that contact like a thfnk in the language Tallow 1000 Bar by GORHAM IfsOft lUUV than ever before retailed at this i GOKHAM From the Rochester Junetkj TRIAL OF B This most inteirestingand important tri al is It has occupied attention of the court for ten although the sit tings of court have Averaged more than eleven hours per The testimony voluminous to ajv ex tent almost Not mpcfy less than one hundred witnesses were examin ed the circumstances these witnesses and upon which the verdict of the jury was of the moat overwhelming and conclusive jt would beumpossible to conceive any We have already noticed the time occu pied by the counsel for the and ignorance or But the evidence beforo us has boon so so full and abounding with of to dispel everv favorable impression of that and show adegreo of hardened villany which makes your rerjr youth an aggravating oireunpitance in tto Thfr character of yonr alia OQUMQQL life you have pttl and the apathy and indiffowwe which you havo evinced during the prose cution of this shows young as you you are deeply conversant The unfortunate man whom you f by for the The 5 the morning were yesterday oc cupied by Attorney General in ly He Was band of one whom he loved and and whtKleaned on him as her only ly proteotor and He ihe ftt LEATHER LEATHER A Large quantity of SOLE and UPPER LEA and Kip for sale and as cheap as atany other establishment i as atany other establishrnei oy Homemade Cloth 300 do Flannel 100 OM Stocking at OORHAM J837L ER8ON8 wishing to purchase ill do to owl on Bncwn Court Boost gal as youd eee twist and any more than she wasni like Nan cy Ephraim Massey had used to go to see her he was a clever bat he was dredful I went to meetin with and sot right a fore Nance 5 I didnt set my eyes on her till arter had a feller with her who had a blazin red and lega like a pair of compasses she had face as long as a grace afore a thanksgiving I knowd who she wastninkin the ehap with the hed Well Ittept boing Patience about a Kept my eye on seed how the cat was she didnt cut about like she and lookd rather solemnlv shed gin her tew eyes to kiss and make ijcvp up until I like to have got iftt a meas about The critter jbpil going arter her for as he threads his Oh to be the martyr of a few yards of cloth to be1 the Helot of a tight fit to be shackled by the ninth fractiori of a man 5 to be made submissive to the the the and the snow 5 to be panicstricken by the scared by the dust man to shudder at the advent of the ba ker to give precedence to thft scaven ger i to concede the wall to a peripatetic conveyancer of eggs to palpitate at the irregular sallies of a mercurial carthorse to look with awe at the apparition of a gig gling servant with sloppail revers ed to coast a with horrible antici pations of the consequences There one The evil will soon wear and the draper shall bene volently rejoice that it has been deliveryofavery lucid and argument ative in conclusion of the sum ming up on the part of the The Judges charge to the Jury oecu piel two At half past four the jury and at half past five they returned a verdict of When the jury came in with their ver the house was densely througeU Ev ery countenance was marked with deep and a deathlike stillness pervaded the vast All eyes weKTrJi rected towards thejury and when the fatal word of JUUILTY was jr tinge of regret might be seen here and but evident thrall hearts ap proved the verdict just The prisoner seemed ed than almost any person present When he came into court to hear the he appeared His countenance was heavy yet hU eye waa But when the verdict was he ap peared like one who had been intensely a waiting the issue but was theVof a to whom he was dearly and who looked tobknfor sel and support By this act of muijdflf you according to the laws of God and forfeited your Notthat your death can be any atonemant for ta king the life ofsuch a man as WILLIAM LVMA A thousand such lives as yours would not compensate for the loas of suqh a The object of inflicting on this that we may assert the majesty or the and deter others from the commission of similar The history which has been unfolded by your trial will form a most melaaQlwK y illustration to all whoshave beard or may read of the dangerous corwaqwen ces of the course of life youhave The evidence shows that you hinro loog associated with the most vicious J your componiona we n the agony was jtho iga should W GABDEN and proudns a tame turi un day Ephe cum down to our pi looking as ratby a maliahy ossifer on a look Setn as loud as a email thunder Ill fce darned Hallo t broke I cum down have satisfactioni about Patience brought out a volume of upwards of i 400 en titled SKETCHES OF WITH JNCIDBNTAL NOTICES Of WcsTBaN NEW It is described also as a collection of matters dMgD edto illustrate the progress of Rochester during the of iW is published ty by wbpm the copy right is And is in the terse and appropriate languajge of the To the People of laboripus and the pratical founders of their own and the architects olf a town third rank among eiliesXf the gnwire aomdividttal woo tlie ol tUtoily MOM o j evidently a young fortitude and blacklegs and ancftnat these habits and these associates but moct prepared yoju for the commission of this last and Moil fatal hardened your heart so effectually that we dare not expect tipt any thing wa may say can reach or sofwn That can only be done by a power more than All we can that you may be yet induced imorom the short interval between this time and tbe execution of the sentence of tho in reflecting upon your aituation and ftp paring for that death which certainly a waits you as the punishment of i We know not your views or opinions of a future state of butiroji of his and and and of his and They all evinced the extreme of affection for and no moat acutely Yeel the bitter pang which his fearful aoom uji y cajoulated to Alii 1 devastating arj is crime t In dragging the into tbe vortex of an ate besides for the defence begged of the conduct there is too much they are false and When you raised tte weapon of death agajnit Lyoian youdoubtlew suppoaed that no eye he held your deed the manner of the wonderful which lure been that the All fleeing Bjre upon AIM aaw your every move He made it the oocajto of his providence and bw me that should be hjs will asceod the gal w lows with as much apathy as he would slightest cj pass to his V light We will notitlnpnt to depict the agony and excite Jy conduce to the punishtnaat of your ou aoftB will oead no r every act of fully T M not that May you pwparwl K that tribunal of tony Iji to be raade to mduae portponement of ttfitor of r the unfit to ho w much   

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