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Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - March 20, 1840, Marshall, Michigan KDITOIft AMD OPPOSITE THJB STATE MARCH WHOLE Ntt and other i of yowlhst we vnf rwcttcdf In sJdifion to enr former a cdpplv of Iarjf and SILK CULTURE J OF THE SHORT TIME REQUIRED t TO PROFIT FROM HENRY jgrfeeof the Port JOHNS and ConseHor at Justice of fee JSdUnd Office in Court jjgjjgJL GIBBS Office Counsellor at Solicitor in Office northwest comer on first floor above the base tnnnt of the Court JOHN Attorney and Counsellor at and Notary Office in tho SIDNEY a Treasurer of Calhoun Office in court Clef k of Calhoun Office in the court T6HN Physician and Surgeon Office over Gorham 4 ers and nearly opposite Post MARSHALL POST state easf of court house Acenlforthe Kalainasoo Mutual Insurance Apmt fcr the Kalamaroo Mutual Insurance Company Battle Calhoun Gil Ooaler in at Post OOR1UM A Dealers in Dry Hard Y Dealers in Dry Crocke court house ottto ii the nimble aix and it ill call and eiaralne onf goods and H engafstto silence your old ckjr kboat n will sell you tJiigooi Brown Sugar 1 shilling A raperior article of Tea at per Sheeting at per Cabco frorn 10 to per all other at the iame low We havo now on hand at wholenale and BVoad SJothi of all colon and English and American and domestic Iulld Mole Skins jind Beaverteeng in any English and American Printed printed French bard Jack and Moasaelinn de A ereat variety oifigd and plain Bonnet Silks and White and colored Dress and Dress White and Red Merino Pick NIC Scarfs Laces of all cotton and white and plain and open Gents and Ladies of all Furniture Batting and C7 Dealers in Dry Hardware Crock ery i Exchange Marshall Dealer in Dry opposite Marshall COM8TOCK Deiliri in Dye Btudlil Ury Opposite Marshall SCHDYCETf A superior article of brown A beautiful assortment of Tuscan and a more splendid assortment of Hat than ever before offered to the of Of we have all Sugare of every of all Soap I Tobafc smoking and dried Ac Iron and Hook Brass Log Knives and Pocket and PLANTING MULBERRY 1REES AND FEEDING SILK A cJrcumitaiMtt whlohshows the abort space oftime required to realize a crop of manufactured from the or Morus Mutticautis came un der my notice last viz Messrs of raited at the rate of fifty pounds to the from trees planted by the same say in the month of which produced silk at the above rate in and manufactured by made a beautiful ar ticle of even sewing and1 put into the market a finished in the space of seven months from the time the trees were planted thus proving that it ia not necessary for the farmar to wait several years for his trees to before he can realize any as has been the general This tree is cul tivated as we do a crop of or by leaving tho roots in the ground in the manner tho sugar cane is PHILLIP of Germnntownfa says The whole process from hatching tho eggs UTTnanufuulu rmg the most cost ly Jupcgdest is replete with interest in all its and with profit Dealers in Coppen Sheet Iron and Hollow opposite ManhaU IJAniVO Dealers in FITCH Dealers in Dry Dry Slate Dealer in WUite HYDE Wholesale and retail Dealers in the Marshall and Agent for the Tailors and Re port of Fashions opposite Post Spades and and Cradle Norfolk American Shovel and Door latches ofall kinds Scythe stones 4fr Blind Mill oCvarious Cast and spring steel Hind Saws keyhole and Wood Shoe clothes Rope of various and all other articles usually found if Iirf7wWe A handsome MsortMent of arid CHINA Window All of COUNTRY PRODUCE received in exchanee for and in payment for July NEW Tif E subscriber is now receiving from New York and oflers for a general aflnort ment of Among his GOODS may be found Blk Invisible and roixd Broad Lin utkillngjanda Hummer GROCKRIEsTsuch as BugarrTea Dealer in Sheet and Hollow State and Job Printer i state Manhall MARSHALL BOARDING KKFT UV Slate Street 2 doors west of Court House jBOAHDlNG KifT BY iAr State Street opposite Palmers MARSHALL OY JOHN Cajhoun Rai A general assortment of Cfockery Slioes and Tonio Ague direct from the manufacturer and warranted may be found at his store at all and those afflicted with the fever and ague will find a sovereign Tho above GOODS are offered on such ta will and he cuito and others to call and froir tho experience of this I I feel perfectly certain we can upon very moderate from toe 000 Multicaulis trees 1 propose to reserve for my owntiM out of 1 have now growing to plant my whole farm of fiO acres thickly with them next year to but to supply my cocoonery with foliage for of in tended to tw raised the year after My land is by no means in a high state of yet I feel certain that the above number of worms can be fed from its produce when the trees are two years and as produce 333 i of of raw so will pro duce 5000 worth when con verted into sewing at a coat of 91 per which ram told is ample when done on a large from which deduct and the nett profit from my 60 a cresof land will bo 1 Wow nothing to pay for roaring tho be cause When muUicaUlis becomes plentiful we shall mow it down and throw stems and to the worms tho diminishedex pense of together with our pres ent state being amply sufficient to cover this Perhaps you will consider me extrava gant in my What me thinks I henr you acres of thin land in one impossi ble j Be mv dear that 1 was only a little while not a Bom the Book fct TIS MY WIFE AND INFANT b a Be I fiSriiot Though fend pleasures pass away And a spell which me In darkest daf Though the ettof of wo surround Or the laugh of O that spell doth still enchant me my wife and infant the smffing world deceive And mirth is oft unkind And its fended pleasures leaves Not a lasting joy behind But though oft it hath deceived Now U can no mofe For a halo shines Tis my wife and infant Tboro are scenes of wild There is manv a tender There are thrills of deep Fell in fancys picturd But a dearer spell enchains me A spell of rapturous sjUtenehorls around Tis my wife and infant Once the sound of mirth could charm With its wild enchanting But it never more can harm Or its sounds enchant again For a sweeter tie doth bind And my happier thoughts More the world could never give Tis my wife and infant Yet the minstrels harp I And I love to hear its AmU would not have il perish nor seek the ear in vain Bui u hen its wild notes thrill And inspire my heart with O I wish for no one near But my wife aud infant From the Ladys BEAUTY AND THE BY BEAUTY sat tracing with sportive Names on the oceans sand one day Watching how long each wave would Ere it had washed the print JBishop Cteorffe AND TfeE yOUNG PREACHER An aged worn and wac gently urging on tired just 28 HOPIB ihe wave juit kissd Hun iank to oceahs breast havo raiitd FiiENMtiira to fond yet w maiden on the rand o The waveflowd Na traee of Friembhif kfcffii LOVES thpn twas deeply graven On that frail page by hand The wave rotumd ah lilly Lovei wore ever writ on When one by each name hod Beauty grew wearied of her play that ill most prizodand Some passing wave will sweep away as thi sun dropping behind the range of hills that bounds the horizon of that rich and picturesque in the vi cinity It WM o sultry August and he had jour neyed fr distance of thirtyfive miles since his pulses throbbing under the influence of a burning At fairneld he had been hospitably by one who had recognized the veteran sol dier of the and who had minister ed to him for his Masters of the benefits himself had from the hand Which feedeth the young lions when lack and he had travelled re freshed in many n weary milejiad he journeyed over since now as the evening shades darkened a h6 fell the burden of age and toil upon and he desired the pleasant re treat he had pictured to himself when the days pilgrimage should be accomplish It not long before the old man checked his tired animal at the door of the anxious looked for haven of A middle aged woman was at to whom he mildly applied for accommoda tion for himself and I dont said after scrutinizing him ap pearance of the which was not the mosfpromising that wo can take you did You seem howev and Ill see if the minister of the cir who is hare will let you lodge with The young circuit preacher soon made his and consequentially swag gering up to the old examined him for some moments inquisitively then as ked a few impertinent fi after adjusting his hair half a do zen and feeling his smoothly shav said that tho old man should share his bed for the and turning upon hii heel entered the The aged and weary as he Had it broken up when you leTfl It adjourned the day before I start Ah still farther o towards the front side of the allowing the stranger better Had Bishop Geurge left when you From the Free THE IRREDEEMABLE CURREtf and led his faithful ami mat the he rubbed him watered and gave him and then entered the inhospitable mansion where he had ex pected so much A Methodist fnmily resided in the and astho circuit minister was to be there that great made to entertain 4 and a number young ladies of the Xome started lima 1 lef in Indeed Here the circuit preacher relinquished a full half of the and politely re quested the stranger to occupy a larger How did the Bishop look Ho is get ting quite old now and is he sirl He carries his age iftlt his lojbor is njhufd and he be gins to snow signs of failing He 13 expected this wuy in a week or I shall be to shake hands with the old veteran of Cross But you say you left in company with the gosjd old far diU you come to gelherl Wo travelled alono for a long dis You travelled alone with the Bishop Yes we hove been intimate for years I YouTritTmate with Bishop Georgo why not Bless me I di I not know that But may I bo so bold us to enquire your name Alter a moments hesitation the stran ger George George Not Bishop Goorgu They call me Bishop meekly replied old Whywhybless mo t Bishop exclaimed tho now abashed mi from the You have had no supper I will instantly call ujr the VVhy did you not toll us who you were said the Bi 1 want no supper should not eat any if U wcregoT for REMARKS OF of Liv upon ordering to a bird read the bill to authorize the antici pationof certain instalments of the five million r Bush said much bad been said in favor this by its friends upbo this floor but what is the substance of all that has been said Where do the all but upon phrase Can no other argument be brought JA its favor What is it tho ggnjtjeman torn Wayne us for this the situa tion of other or rather bank ridden states he calls us to look at In and other These are granted and he tells us of many more that are preparing to do I if this has anything to do with the of this or its bearing upon commu nity I say no The ques tion it extend permanent re lief b the to grant the banks in this city the privilege of suspending spe cie payments until the first of and sell to them tho last remaining credit of our to wit tho balance of tho loan This is what is pro posed by the is proposed to let the banks pay for their notes in drafts drawn on some person or thingin New payable in four and these too Ic this a measure cal culated to relieve the or the Let us see the effect it will have upon the individual who owes a debt and must pay it in tho constitutional He may come to this city and go to the if you with his hat under hia and present their promise to lhay will say to No 1 the Legisla ture has given us a suspension wo ate bound to pay you in eastern He may then tull them bis necessity that his 4ropurty is about to be sold that the mercy of a creditor that demands his and ho cannot take a Thoy c TtlOMhsoPf Physicians and Surgeons and Surgeon Office u Palmers second PHYSICIAN DEVOTES his time and attention to ilia practice of the above in an es pecial when called attend to all Ciuen a Surgeryand Surgical Residence on Slate a few wotlof the Court opposite the National 38tf BOOKS ADAMS Latin Grammar do Horace dotsollml last Cicero de Officers Coolers Ainsworths Latin Dictionary tioodrichi Greek Grammar Jacobs do Reader Donuegsois Greek Adams Roman AntMCiwes Porters Reader Adams Arithmetic Parleys Algebra Day s Playfairs Euclid OlmslecTs School Waylonds Moral Science Abercrombies Philosophy Book Keeping Newmans Rhetoric For sale by Opposite Marshall T DAYS Course Mathematics j Bridges Conic Qectionsv 1st Class Boook Book ufCummerco Moral Instructor Comstopks Philosophy Do Chemistry Young Ruader bujook of History 2d do do Dibolls and Arilhuiutio Y wing House b Allcott American Frugal by Mrs Child Olneys large and small Geography Parleys do do History of the United Dictionary Ktrkhama Smiths Gramrnir Farmers Map of Michigan English Reader tod Doings of Slick aai Villace Hymoj Church PsaJmody Pill full and half bound Common Prayer Concordance Toy WORTHOFOOODS SELUtfO LEWIS A of intend ing to continue tlio moi can tile business in this fur sale tlieir entire stock olgoods at adding a lectle lor Cor or wheat delivered immediately after Their stock is the largest and best se lected ever brought into the township of Homer and perhapr They havo of DRY Domes tic Fulld Foreign and Domestic Flan Sheeting and Foreign and Domes tic Merinos and Silks Mus A large assortment of Such and Portp Rico Su Fresh a splendid article for per better than U selling in this village for that and to gether with every other article in this from hhd oIMoUsses down to a Among wRSch maybe frUlltl Michigan and Fever and Ague Bawatnd Tonic Mix the original a certain euro Cor tho Tin and Patent Wood Bartons celebrated carpenters and Reed s Cow Earthern and stone Grain scythe tones and 120 Mess and Prime and Alarge of SolcandUpper LEA 1H ER and Calf July 104 mere owyticnl upon than the most perfect infidel to my pros ont statement can be but having carefully examinedyacte on being totally cannot resist credence to the mass of ev idence I meet with both from my own ex perience and that of warranting the assertion that the above is only a part of what cnn bo if and a small go hand in Imnd to whose sincerity cannot be states aftor n careful debtor and credit account with one that will most probnhly bo found to bo the nett profit from if devoted to the culture of when tho trees have attained four years of age j which would 699 80 from 60 acres of land the of actually raised on one sixteenth of an acre last from roots of the multicaulis planted that the enormous amount of thirtyone pounds eleven ounces of co being about 507 to the that my estimate of the Methodist been so neighborhood hnd that quite a party met nanctions the belief is only a part of the SUPERIORITY OF THE LEAVES OF THE silk of Bajjimore stated to the convention a series of experiments Letter and foolscap Paper Sand and Wafer Bonos Letter For sale CHEAPER Cheaper than ever offered in BANKS tic WlJLLIAMSOWi Are now receiving at a large and choice collection of Grocer and which they ofie at a email advance on NewYork The following are a few among their GROCERIES cruihed and brown Old sod Young Souchong and Hyeon Skin ol all cod white fish and bar and fancy stoaghton pepper tobacbo and and different ot dried fruit in almost evwv thing generally wanted in They have an excellent assortment of oon sisting ol Comiac Holland and Jamaica and Croix Wuwkey of the very beat a nupenor and do do do Philosophy for Beginners Chewirtr Budnf rOT SsBlfi Of Opposite Mars OOK81 CtyUtfVUL HALSEY we just a auoply of C4ool Waak den at artioleain will be found at Tav arakaepftta be lower rate than that at Allwy Porter and smoked shoul in feeding from fifteen varieties of mul in viz the morus multicau the the white common wild the result of whieh con vinced him of theVupenority of the mo rua The worms preferred the cocoons were and the silk bettor and He then tested the strength of the silk from different vi ties of the suspending weights to each till it and in every instance he had found that from the multi caulis to bear more weight than any other A gentleman in the vicinity oj Balti divideda parcel of young ailk worms just hatched at the same and from the same lot of into three par Th first to Jbe fed on the native the econd on the a species of white and the third on morus They all had equal Those fed on the native mulberry were unhealthy those fed on the morejfi were PHYSIOGNOMY OF have their characteristics plainly u8 havo tho human kind the rftpteta bit are Thorns and which have a very safe and solvent look about reminding us of well tried bankers in their eve of ease the gnarled distorted tell of sun dry farback trials of their strength with that tough tradesman The Ash is and branch and bough all bear about them signs of every humdrum steward with his bunch of The white Birch is a with its dazzling which shows and glistens in the glad as bcaujties bask their loveliness in fashions sunny The Willow by the stream is some de jected sighing with the which makes sweet melody among the whfsparing The Oak is a fine and whether found near hill or thrusts out his hurley and courts the public gaze with a hearty which would if leaves were always stand happy in glorious which boy and man I still have joyed The I am sorry for tree is I nm but the poplar is a always upright and always most primly neal whoever hath seen littered poplar leaves always seen in the grove of as spin sters are fuel seen m society yet always chill in and scant in with the ayes of the as he not one of whom took the slightest no tice of and he wearily sought a va cant chair in the out of direct ob but where he could note all thatwas who profess to up of in their garments which assist not any slight neg lect of No dainty trimming of the bare waving drapery aids the tall thin eccentric shoots from either side the poplar is a spinster in a dry warm stands n vigorous somewhat given to with fresh bright foliage thickly clothing is the and none can name a tree more like a happy always an old can remember baby Sycamore A the play of love and General Gorlon is persuad tag Adjutant is an an gel says the dont want an angel I should npt know what to do with an is reply of the singlehoarted adjutant She is all rejoins the ge So is a answers but U does not follow that should like to thrust my head into it anxious eye showed that he was no care less observer of what wan transpiring a round The young minister played his part with the frivolity and of a city and nothing like religwl escaped his Now ho was chattering and bandying senseless compliments with young and now engaged in trifling repartee with who was anxious to seem interesting io his The afteran hour during which time no refreshment hod been prepared for asked to be shovjfn to his to which ho retired grieved and shocked at the conduct of tho family aud Taking from his saddlebags a well worn he seated himself in A chair and was soon buried in thoughts holy and and had food to eat which those who passed by him in pity and dreamed not Hour after hour and no one came to invite the worn down traveller to partake of the luxurious supper served Towards eleven oclock the minister came up and without pause or hastily threw off his a ad got into the very middle a small which was to be the resting place of the old man as well as After a while the aged stranger rose and af ter partially disrobing knelt and remained many minutes jri fervent The earnest breathing out of his Boon ajrrasted the atten tion of he young who began to feel some few reproofs of conscience for Jtis own neglect of his The old man now rose from his and If a poor old with travelling through the long sum mer was not considered worthyofa meal by set Bishop George surely is He at best but a mutir and has no claim beyond common A night of severer the young iiinister never kindly admonished nnd war ned him of the great necessity there was of his adorning the doclrioes of by following him sincerely nnd but ho endeavored to wjfl him back fjrorn his of and direct Iilm trust more In Gotland In hia own In the morning the Bishop prayoil with long and belure he left the and was glad to seo his heart melted into Soon aftor the Bishop and was met by the heads of the family with a thousand sincere He mildly silenced and asked to have his horse brought The horse was accordingly soon in and the taking up his wilt him to the brokpr or i was preparing to But urged the dis tressed you will not leave us a few is on the Sister I cannot take breakfast You did n6t consider a toil worn traveller worthy of a nnd your Bishop Ims no claims but such as humauity And thus he leaving thn ly minister in confusion He did not act thus from such an emotion not arise in his but Cttr the purpose of them such a lesson as they would not very easily for Six moBthi from this time the Anuual Ohio Conference met at and the young minister was to present him self for ordination as a Deacon and Dj and he must stand it or do for if he sends his draft he has no surely that it will be and hia debt must be is this tho relief that the people expect and do mnndl Arc they not already satisfied htr speculations that grow out of an inflamed and to re turn to by which they may earn their daily bread And what do thty ask but that willhave value and pay debts Then compel tho banks to resume and you wUl accomplish your object you will place the banks on a par with and that is ail that can bfl Xhere s another considera tion is the credit of our state safe in these institutions We haye been called upon by the gen tleman from at the re port of the committee appointed by this to examine tho and there see that they wore good and beyond Let ua view of that The committee report that their liabilities far exceed their available havo notes against indi and securities on real estate to a large Now what isjhe charac ter of those assets They claims a gainst who were called rich during the rage of and con sequently had credit at tho ihattime a false value was put on proper and as a general their responsi bility died uwith And what is tho character of the real estate tics It is well known that real estate security is the last resort for banks when they see every other expedient they are1 willing to lake security on real estate thisjjecurity was given when pro perty bare a false and1 tho property of wild speculators is en cumbered as soon as they get a title for but it being governed by a false they considered it worth more than the and the as the only Iwith atamu tftavt on the 4th of examine tteir jere tw faM is 86 and 60 per cent below uairi Mfes thesis Unas The fact CourtSuwmoM oad for aals Mdaf not much over half lar50 as those fed I improved in the fourth but never e 1 these fed CHI the ted the wlterry wen ily 4 of wUkmti 886 Th camoMi triJfcmt W Tbt after slowly undressing got into air rather upon tho edge of the for the young preacher had taken pos session of the and would vo move an In this uncom fortable the stranger lay some time in At length iho ypung preacher made a to which the old man replied ia a style and manner that Arrested his On this he moved over an inch or twofind made more c How far have you old gentleman whereV From indeed L Ypu must bo tired ter so long a for one of your ynf following an ex tract from a speech delivered by a mem ber of the Indiana on a bill to encourage the killing of which in sublimity hat seldom been turpaaved wojf u most tbji poor pld body U much worn fcy long andl ftjrocioui animal that in our west ern prniriei or runs at large in the foreato 9f He cresjw from hU lurking at tha hour of when all ja locked in tha embrace of feel that journey of today has ex hausted me Tta young minuter moved over a lit t You do not belong to erf ih portala of the bright PKqpbus n whole of I have no abiding How I have no continuing u beyond this vale team My borne shop Georgo was to bo tho presiding Bi On the first day of the assembling of the our ministers heart sunk within him as he saw the veiiernUlo Bish op take his So great was his grief and agitation that he was soon obliged to leave tho That as the Bishop WAS seated alone in his the was and he refjuebied him to be shown He gnaped the young man by the hand with a curduilijy he dia not for he had made careful and found that since they had mot agrvat change had been wrought in He was now as humble and as he was before worldly As a father would received a disobedient but repentant so did this good man receive his erring but contrite They mingled their tears while tho young preacher wept as child upon the bosom of his spir 4tual At that session he was or and ho ia now one of the most useful and piouu ministers in the Ohio Baltimore During a late uiterview wall u very in telligentRibWn from we showed him a specimen of American raw reeled by an experienced be pronounced in respect to altogether superior to Eu ropean to woven in his native He that he ha4 9aver iUk Jf strength of no iioubt weave have taken a secondary Is not this a consistent view 1 The fact that these debts have not been is sufficient to put the public on their and to jus tify me ia those What has been ihu course of the majority on this when an amendment was offered bythe from to secure the btate and the pr the billhold by making the individual property the stockholders liable for debts against the banks t Tho journal of 4he House will When an amendment was offered lu put the people on in point of with the what was rusultl It was voted down by the majority othor aroeftd meuts offired by individuals from the minority wo are tot he same fate and yet is not for the banks but for the We are told by tho gentleoian from that the banks ask no favors from the legislature or the Vut that this bill a matter of accommoda tion or relief to the The gentle man has but to look at law that and he will find that are and withwl aojioa pf the the banjw are Tho tells ia Ihjp necewity of this hp go teMlt a few and with t J oo upon General fair fanw Another nwve of How you prwent jwvt fnun it double he ceuld bjr toe ribbon ityof leaves him a tattered wreck n new story of with great wbjob J ohjjd io the CWfttxy bw us nee WM H From
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