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Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - June 29, 1838, Marshall, Michigan JUNE BAD The other nior eA the steamboat tt ti was lyibg at the and pW As the dcpar did fiot place tilt two CATALOGUE OF W African who itneQt ft ing 66st irtteveif miMed Althoughlvtfirtftod for Upon the printers list Biiliops early dwf Prolific Royal Dwf Marrowfat OreeA ABPABAGtia oh the boaVsne not being prone to Hunt tf No paper dwcontihued until all square for the first three jmd 26 each subsequent A lib discount made to those who advertise by BUSINESS FrBi Physician arid Calhoun 1 D Attorney Counsellor at Agent I China Dun Cdld BpeAled Freniri Trench White Maitgold Red LAngBlood Early TnrnlpBlrfod Yellow Buiar Arnlwr May CSibbages Early York Early Sugar Loaf Green Curled Sayoy Winter1 nrtimheaa Cape Savoy Red Dutch Large Onsen German Large Lute Uatierseu have weighed am V j Top CEPHAS SMlTffc Attorney and Counsellor at Office oo the corner of Main and Jefferson Battle Calhoun 1 Early Late do Long RLED White Turnip Vellow Turnip ixtnfc White Naples I EarlyFrame f Salmon Bluett Winter RHUBARB Or Pie Plant I Round nnrt Prickly LsfihUeJCiisbaw Winter Vegetable Marrow Summer Buitr Notary Convey v ey o r Land Agent 4 Battle Calhoun corner of HENRY Justice of the North Court House White Spine GfWcIn ESdly Frame Lonp GARDEN Large Calais Birljt White Cabbage H CounsellorjitLaw and Solicitor in Chan basement story of the Court House MARVIN Treasurer and Clork of Calhoun Court House basement Attorney arid Counsellor at Court House HEwirrT Court House CYRUS Surveyor and Civil MARSHALL Kept by Crary Calhoun Green Star Netted Cnntelope Large Yellow Cnntelope Murray1 Pine Apple Loni Island Witter Apple Sceiled Water Citron Water TJrown Engllslr Wfilte do Red Common White Portugal Silver Skinned Madcrln Yellow Dutch Long White Early White Dutch OrecnRound j White Stone Garly Garden Stone Swani Egg Tankant or llanorer YelloW Flat WhitePrat Globe Doles Hybrid KutaBaganr Swedish Sweet Marjoram Common Summer Pot reek Winter Coriander Sweet Pour Splcii White ometirar FIELD MISCEOLAN EOU8 Broom Corn Yellow Virginia Toliacco Ixjng Btuded do Millistj White Mulberry Yellow Locust PURPLE BOO PLANT Prolific Lima Papfers FLOWER assort These seed were all grown under the dlrectlbn or imported by tho Prince Sons of Long Island who have the largest seed estab lishment in the United States their long expe and their well known character are the best guaranty that the seeds are fresh and true GORHAM 6c Dealers in Dry Crock Drugs North side of Court House Calhoun JOHN CpE Saddle and Harness Battle Calhoun DUZENBURY Dealers in Staple and Fancy Dry TJrugs 6r Nprth side of March j the He tWirled and Darkneiw And morning streamed the On Freedoms I OyeTl Ahd sons and For they have through thick and pastime of us frwas nobly said that should Be stricken from the dorlje of A printing stationed Would fill tbe vscudtnAo a Andshed a broader That man who takes no Or taking pays not when they Would sell his com to buy a And Ihrf oh borrowed tdhe printer1 opes the wide Ol Education All oer the like April rains And yet his labor and his pains Are half his Printing ilFB AND O fear thon hot to die I But rather fear o for life Has thousand snares thy feet to By pain and Brief is the work of Death But Life I the spirii shrinks to see How ere Heaven recalls the The cup of wo may O fear thou not to die I No more to suffer or to sin No snares withont thyfaith No traitor heart within But oh I rather fear The the the changeful The flatteringsmiles that greet From Heaven thy heart they Fear lest in evil Thy pure and holy hope oercomo By clouds that in the horizon Thy spirit feeli that Whichever earthand Heaven The covering throws ef fall And deem itself thu Predestined chitrpof ihow aVifiltitonift of anxietjtoand The extratmttrlary rapidit with which tialtohflettat him tho momelit he rose from hia seconds no time to regain and caused him at length repeatedly to ntiss his and at to the amazement of tn5 reeeivdda blowi appottfaldice tHfe suit of Occident rather than which felled him like ftirox to tfaj 16ii falHffg heavily upott hint Upon tipih being raised by their the pugmst was found and could not be brought to who ed streaming with gore from his seconds into the ring fora was pro claimed conqueror amidst the deafening shouts of the No sooner had he heard Jtffnself nam ed victor than Dalton sunk exhausted to the where he was found by the gentleman who came forward to give him ths purse of gold he had so desperately fought to Half supportedi on his se conds there lay the unhappy the blood streaming in torrents from his and eVery feature battered Out of semblance to hurrianilyr AVfipsTheseenv ed scarcely conscious of the proffercdf as the gentleman with manyenco miuma of his courage and offer ed it to At as if roused to sud den consciousness by tfie sight hesnatch ed it with eager feobleness and pressed find the warm stream of life almost choked his this to my poor mother een perhaps they take away her stop and with an ef fort he raised himself upon his as if to additional earnestness into the solemn tone in whicn he besought us npt to tell how he won the dear bought All around were several be The displeasure n his thus following in to strengheri his hopes of final and though he edhio suit With all the eloquence he coald he atill found theni inflexible last Bell was word war gtvena ibr anil thsbrtferto call off from With a mingled look 6f affection and regret James extended his hand from whosb eyes streameoMhe fast What was the whole world to them atthal stance Wjiroceeded to deliver W of understandings i in a when he man had it was sevendollar boots had disap and a patr of execrables beeft teft fetetheir his department ndt coming summarysteamboat at the risk of the WM edto disburse the price of the loosing at a word the proceeds of or the As utter Mary held his hand with a nervous while quick as thought threw her disengaged arm firstround her moth ers neck and thenround im printing a burnirigkiss upon tho cheek of farewell fare Well James ere her pa rents could find time to with her lover from the boat to the wharf The boat moved majestically on while a shout of delight burst from the surrounding crowd who had wit nessed the whole scene and had warmly From the Sporting A Prize It la not many years began the Auctioneer Commission State Calhoun TO THE Barns having sold to John Bagg and1 Silas all his title and interest in the Bindery rtid Printing establishment ol the late firm of Barns tho copartnership heretofore existing between the subscribers if themtei firm of Barns must be to John Bagg Silos to whom they have been and by whom the set tlement and payment piall demandsexisting a gainst the said firm have boon De February JOHN HENRY SILAS JJAGGV subscribers have entered into a copartnership for carrying an the business of the late firm of Bagg Bams under the name and style of 13 JOHN SILAS JDoctor and as with common consent hum of conversation was succeeded by a general companywith some friends I attended some races in the town After the customary sports for the day had some young hearing there was a cele oratod nusrilifitftom town on tho nopoTjr gm Dealer in Sheet Iron Opposite r at the slate of the called loudly for a Advancing to where he I knelt beside the unhappy One look sufficed to tell me oil was hopeless he had burst a blood vessel in that despe rate and life This 1 communicated to all as I Thought unheard by my Who lay to all appearance in that the conse quence of extreme which so of ten ushers life to Some cordial which I with WHITE CLOVE Seed April 1L on liberal by Fancy and Job North side of the Court House Calhoun NATIONAL Sj Court House Calhoun Dealer in State Li DIBBLE 4c Dealers in Dry Crock Past side of Exchange j MARBHALL Bast of Court House State Street CHARLES ranee Company COVHTT or CALHOUM Court 1837 for sale at the RT1CLES received sold on commission 61 November to the end of a pleasant collected a purso of for a fight between the pugil ist and any adventurer willing to enter the ring with At first several country who had heard only of tho came eagerly forward to contest the but on learning from some good natured bystunder of tho awkward customer they would have to deal speedily with Jt seemed as if the hopes of these philanthropic gentlemen weje to be disap when a good looking young whose dress bespoke neatness struggling with stepped forward amid the cheers of the at all times ready to applaud any thing condu civd to their own however much at the expense of It is true some humane byslanders sought to dis a TnomemTmnor it was only for o moment having once more implored us to give the money to his and save her from the knowledge of his unhappy fate he sank n stupor which turned almost instant TUSTICES of every de lP found at the Printing Oroce of ha Calhoun County Cotton BaUingreuperior qual ly into the eeej of From a by stander we learned the motive which had promptedhim to the raah act which coat him his A distress had been put in to his mothers cottage for a poor wtdow had known better daysr and whose he Almost driven to madness at her he heard of offered as the prize for a gilistio conclu ed the doctor in a tone which come frond the you know the and had you as I the heart rending shriek of the wretched mother when she flict betweeri filial duly fipd been a violenf struggle in the breast ofthe mai but love triumphed father and moth er were ajndliow went on their way lonely while the lover bore back to his humble in the joy of Jiis and the sharer of hia future or FRANKLIVS PRINTING lrarn the London that lecture recently delivered before the Lon by Thatclu of the lecturer his after traces of Franklins do ings in London have brought to light an interesting It wilt remembered that when ho came to London to pursuelhe printing worked first with a person named and af terwards went to Watts near Lincolns Jnn incfejtucM ttonkhnworked is stuT preserved among the that When Franklin was in London in astho agent he visited his old who still continued this at the same sought out the which was still doing cal led tho workmen and gave over a noggin of an account of the articles and a few words of comment in Poor Richards usual which a great The press is lib longer used though clumsy and it does not much from common presses as might be it being now one hundred and ten years since the philosopher pulled at it him hitr ing eustometdid not happened to took the losers and went An hour livering a psckagtfat looking on the floor as hia was startled at the sight of the lott as they had been very Co wjilking up to the oar He scru tinizedthem with a profeMional eye he was satisfied 5 he ventured to up and the musing gentleman of the morning stood before him Scipior knew his ptace and hia course 5 Jiad he boldly claimed the he wduld have been kicked of doors for hisrascally impudence w tracks for er he is the to the The gentleman was confounded the landlord was indignant and resolute j he made the gentleman walk out of the and hand over five lars to the negro for the trouble had given took the boots in umph to the rightful owner at the Artory received back and went on hw way the oldboots which the proprietor did not choose to dollars for his ings The next time the gentle man boa a tujn for he will probably tjya Wisconsin city lot or a sevendollar operation at Ihe of poor Yesterday was passed by the Senate in the consideration of Executive We treat the last year suade the rash youth from a contest wittr rU3hed through 4 Bales Candle 6 do Chickppjse November by 100Q Bar r GCUUIAM than ever before retailed at this GORHAM LEATHERLEATHER LEATHER 4 Large quantity of SOLE and UPPER LEA aud Kip 1or and as as at any other establishment Western by the ASHLEY A FOAWARDING k iff Winttr tf Roud LENAWEE AU ImstpesHintrBStca to wUl prompt March CrOKDOM AND OOVNBELLORS AT r attend to all baiinaas entrusted to courts of Law and Eaujty wjih fidelity and de inthtbrtokWockeDpositethe New TTWaian f OcOj BAWs A Homemade 300 do Flannel 100 Ibs Stocking at ariety GORHAM wishing to purchase Satinetb or at astonishing low prices will do well to cajl on BRKWTR Court 1 Sheepi for sale by BARNJSy 55 one whose riper ancL experi ence made defeat a He seem ed to heed neither the encouragements of nor the kind warning of real A ring waa soon and bottkkold ers and seconds who began to as sist the respective combatants in stripping for the The pugilial went through this ceremony with the coolness of one accustomed to the ring when strip shewing an athletic in which appeared unen cumbered with useless the specta tors knew not which most to wonder form which stood before or the temerity of the almost beard toss youth whose Apollolike figure pre sented such a All preliminaries and the combatants having shaken placed themselves in and for a spaoe stood each with his eye fixed on the The frame of the gilist was not so his which he felt moved with pity when he beheld the gallantry of the finely proportioned youth who confronted My young he said in a tone inaudible to those could induced you tp risk yourself against a practiced hand me take my ad vice and retire before it is too emphatically Yejoined before seen her as I throw herself on the corpse of her though ill fated to rise bereft of rea son for you would not wondej at the aversion i ever since felt to wards both pugilists and MANNERS IN member elect of the lower chamber of the Legis lature of this was last jrear persua ded by some wags of his that if fye did not reach the State House at 1Q pclock on the day of could not be a and would He immediately Hunting rifle and bowio and tribes residing in the State of New were The first two relinquish to the United States extensive lands held by the tribes nairied east of the Mississippi and extending as far if not much than the tlements of our people will probably Bit tend for many The acquisition is important to the vast numbers who are thronging into Wisconsin and and indeed into all the country bordering ott the who will now be able to obtain materials for building and without the enhancement of the cost of transportation from a or of the charges of the individuals fof a very inadequate procured leases of the m st valuable mill The cession by Wiftijh pagoes will Wisconiuptfrom a large part of its Indian open to the enterprise of our citizens an ex sive mineral ties for 60 tf SIDNEY T9C 4NO OF ttory of the From the Philadelphia AN INCIDENT OK A BIT OF A few years when a single steam boat made its semimonthly voyage upon Lake from Buffalo to touch ing at and when its arrival and departure at ei ther place was an incident that created no we were standing among the crowd upon the wharf at watch ing the passengers hurrying on board the Wirich waa in a few minutes to take its departure for De There was a large number of pas mostly consisting of emigrants torihethen hrtestfouad of Among the different groups upon deck were a couple somewhat past the meridian of who were in earnest conversation with a young while a female of blooming their stood listening to the discussion with a look of deep which be trayed the iptenaainterest she jgjtjn the subject for such J heard learned afterwards that the couple GARDEN 4 Luge assortmtnt of Garden Seeds of tbe growth of for at tot Ohio duca and Seed b June and WoOd my mind is made up for the At least said the who now commenced give in aftor a few which will to save your credit I will not punUh you and will fiVe you a share of the or was the reply and the con teat now eorameneed in earnest to the of the who hftd be ran to grow impatient at the No oiog is more disgusting than the descrip of prise where the moi dreadful disfigurement and injuries4poeby to nvaji in a for of ace tf noounted ia had been long attached to each but the young man had been unable to obtain the consent of the parents to their She was an only and the circumstances of her lover warn not such as answeredtlie views ttwy had for Business had calied the young man from home4or several and on his return to hiswieaUufpf tse and he found that Mr the fether of bis had sold his and with his wife and daughter had James he saw the spurred till he got to the door of the State where he hitched his A crowd were in the chamber in the lower house on the ground walking about with their hats on and smpkipg Those be passed and ran up stairs into the Senate set h rifle against the wall and bawled whars the man that swqrs me in 1 at the time taking out his Walk this the at the moment igniting a real hj was sworn without When the Teller come count noses bo found that there was one Senator toa many presonti the mistakflwas and the man that he did not belong what with your corn thread 1 he You cant flunk this child fix it Im e lected to and Ill go again all banks and eternal and if theres any of qrt men wants to get and Ill fight u ger on a woodehuek sent me this New York will at nn early lead to the removal of the bfencea of Indian title and occupation they will be transplanted tq fertile re where the means for phytjr moral progress with admiral sight and they have must ensure their advancement The Indian title within the States has now been with the 6f tfeatof the wyandots in ano in tothe j Ntpeived by fewful in tbj wh and while all applauded y ou want hop ju t soon as you tor though the a and learajiif they had been bjjtafijw tioa was at once taken to as he sj fiw the jouwy he was oa the and the distance between himself and to be erected upon Cither A THB CoNORBBBioNAL York ablei whis the folio wiagell timed to the receat outrage in the of RepresentaUvea of is onevof the graceful that has ev togislative ands ptipishect with a tp its If have beflnripataurty aso npt bpjish ow form of go ifthr bruising on Si We care ter of we we have We care not for the pro know it to have the these
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