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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - April 13, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                C 4JLHOIJW COIJMTY THE FRIDAY APRIL CP Providence we shall iisue our tuuftl iiaed sheet after this The Legislature of this state adjourned on the 6th inst HOMER establishment has re cently changed It is now kept by if Hi in such manner as to aflfrrd general Travellers will find tlftm THE EXPLORING It is thiis long protracted ex pedition will get to sea underMhe com mand of a young officer of great talent in Ms and whose love of enterprise and hope of distinction will be powerful stimulants ito carry Out all the objects which the nation1 so ardent ly desire to result this though deferred Every sci lentific man is fully convinced that there are laurels still to be won in the South Seas and Arctic notwithstanding all that European navigators have hither The table to accomplished in that quarter of the fa well and all the necessary attention is given on the part of the host and please hia Safety Demeitle exchange BlUilnehsuMlAi Safety Pnd 168 W 00 STATEMENT OF FARMERS BANK OF Bnts 64 Dm ftom W SI Detroit Beat Mf W In 33000 oo One to 83 HORRIBLE Extract of a letter to the Ionia inquest was this day eight miles north of this over the bodies of three nearly consumed by in the body oT ji log house in which they The unanimous ver dict of the jury was that theywere all most horribly murdered by some person or persons The presumption is that the awful deed was committed the Indians in that The bsdies found were the wife and twochildren of Ansel who removed into this county iMelasTfaTrffonT tire Trorth part The legislature adjourned yesterday after a session of 96 We shall publish Profit 77 00 The above is the lastpreekly which the Cashier of this institution is in the habit of making weekly in the books of the The whole affairs of this institution are Open UTthTtospectionDfthe public and fram the manner in which the books are kept its situ ation can be easily The Bank has in pursuance of the provisionof this Bank given real estate The directors are business men as would naturally give a character to any We hays heard no complaints against Homer Bank and from the MM with which it redeemd its it must maintain tna hifh character which it now The other Safety Fund Banks of this county the final proceedings of both houses and a list of the acts on Free IMPORTANT legislature yesterday passed an act loaning the credit of to the amount of to Tecumseh and Ypsilanti railroad portant one tothis city as well as Tecum aeh and the country west of that The company is composed of very entcr who we Understand are about making arrangements for prosecution and con struction of the to the BANK or MARSHALL and BIMI OF CRXEK have likewise given real estate securi ty and are equajly entitled to the confidence of the The billholder ol the notes of any of these instiuliono is perfectly secure from any and amid the general wreck we have no doubt these institutions will sustain themselves and reflect honor upon the county FROM steamboat Penn the first boat from Buffalo this arrived here The navigation is now completely an our wharves will soon be alive with the bustle of business and The Pennsylvania brought plenty of papers t no news of LIST OF LETTERS remaining in the Office at April IhzelmanQlaas Johnson Coren Kelly Royal T Kimball Erastus Kuppelburger T fc Kellogg R Lowell Charles Marftn Miss Merrit Daniel DcDaniela David Molt Elijah F Alexander Mr Beil James H Barnes Mary Jane Barlow Edmund Brooks Aaron Bemsen James Brown Henry Bates Esq John Britton Miss 8 Conklin Edwin 2 Charter Hiram An election to fill the vacancy occasion ed by the death of took place last Monday an estimable man nnd a sound was in nom ination for the stataof New it with much good reason that Glass must also be murdered somewhere in tho vicinity of his Glass lived about four miles from any white inhabit1 and none of the nearest inhabitants had seen him or any oFhis since the 14th till on the Hiram one of the nearest went there on and found that the house had been burned and the bodies of tRe woman and children WeTe found No trace could be found of the bo3y or bones of Glass was known to have a good two pjiefcv ed in a corner of the and no trace of either could be discover which circumstances led to the or at least the strong presump that they were massacred by the In and the house set on Sever al locks of the womans hair was found near the door of the with the skin and flesh attached to A hundker jtd ief found besmeared with A general turnout of the citizens is ex pected to to discover the body of tfoii Free Clnrk MunsonH Chamberlm Julius Cbpp Orvis Chnney Dudley FH Oidmore Miss Mary Nixon William Samuel Qsjxrn Norman L Caswell MissAlmira PalmerChas K Petly JELN Pierce Elias Price Stillman P Prindle Daniel Page David Palmer John L Clastor Isaac Pary Joab Cutlci Benoni H Pendleton Case W Ross Charles Gary Martin Drake Benjamin Rathbun Arnmpre Dean Barclay Rice William Derjning Demarest Raymond Isaac Depuy Ivanugi Robertson Tlieodom Dumphrey Robert Shaft John Seymour James Dryer George Jane Ourne UrialK Evans John Spink Nelson Eastman Steven R Stebbins Samuel L The trial of Benjamin Rathbun wa postponed until the November teem of the Circuit COMMISSIONERS OF INTERNAL IMPROVE two houses of the legislature having resolved to act iipao the oppoJrj ment oTCornTmlSsTone s of Internal rni provement Mason yes terday nominated this following Lnnsing of Leyi of James IL of William of Edwin of Hiram Rix of Kent The nominations were concurred in by the and House of Represent DEATH OF JUDGE JOBN First Judge of the New York Court of Common died on Tuesday in the 6Qlh yeat Jf his He was a brother or Washington FOUR Louisville Journal that these the murderers of their are nbout engaging Henry Clay and Dun iel to defend their a fee of five thousand dollars Howard College in iFnyetto has destroyed by The will editor of the Kentucky and Ohio Journal complains be cause there is no prospect that Hamilton county will ever be rid of their present County Poor fellow Harrison will be uponhim for ever if does not offuntil he is e lected We regret to state that Othy member of the house of MDreaentotives from died at Wash on Wednesday last The event announced in both hou PHENIX New York A merican the following resolution wa passed by the Board of Trade on Sutur day That the Board of Trade consider the contained in a me moria to the on the Rhenu fully andMhat its charter ought to be and its affairs closet by competent on our Minister in Eng has been distinguishijdbythe city 0 by a vote tendering him the free dom of the Thia is at once aq evi dence of the personal popularity of ou Minister in the British and o the just sense entertained there in regan to the good faith observed by the presen LORD n bleman who has lately Ixten appointed Governor of the is in his fortysixth He married io 1816 Lady Louisa Eljzabeth eltjest daughter of Earl the predecessor of Lord the pres ent Premier of Great is said that the Oneida Hank Robber has been pardoned by the Governor of this Letters received in York announce Administration touching the civil contea termination of the war between Pern in and of its disposition to main A treaty of peace had been tain the peaceful relations between the U IN William Langley TN Justices be Vs JL fore Mqises Esq Jonathan a Jusiica of the Peace in and lor the cojinty of Notice is hereby given than an attachment has isooed in he above entitled on tue application olthj abovenained against the moneysant effete of Jonathan the abovenained de lendantj an absent and that the above cause has been continued tor trial until the sev enth day of July nxt at on oclock in the after noon o1 that at the office olths said Justice in the village of Battle WILLIAM Battle April I Eaton Levi Elmdn W H Eddy D B Etheridge Ahira Saunders Rocena Smith GeoegeJ Spiuildiug Phineas Smith Mrs Phena F B Suttou Abner IT 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post Office at April Miss Sally Day Joab Perry William Cowin Joshua Hamilton S G Langden Meuch 2 Alansjn Warner Lewis Barns William Kenady Mr L Harlow Gordon B Griffin Zadoc Morehouse Thomas Bru ndrige 2 Martin Leach M Tompson Jesse Roggars D McNaughton James Kimberlv Frink Joseph C Farman Mariah Fnrrnnd Wrn W Finch Jr A ay Timothy Gale Geo L 2 Grant Charles Gilbert Reuben K Griswold Edward GrUwold Rbyer Gee Jacob B Gibson Dr RC Hall Daniel M Holt Oramel Sampson S Stedman Louisa 2 Turner Titoheo Martio Waterman Phebe A Wentherwax John Washburn R F Wilcox John C Wilson Lewis Wooster George Williams Warner J S Williams Abel Willard David Heines Miss Whitmore Giddingi Horton Miss Eliza 2 Wolley Hinsdill Dea S 2 Hubburd Cyrus T S 2 Hyde Ebv J Wood Mr E WatsonWra Vandemark Vickery John Van Scoter Mr Miss Emily Bradford William Gumming William Stoddord Archibald Scott James M Clapp H G Rice Esq John Stanley A treaty of peace had been tain the peaceful relations between the U Martin Beekman dlpwd and ratified between the two gov nited States and BO advan Ugeousto Pearl Worden John Burger Reuben Haskell Esq Levi Merril Alvinza Bonner T 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the Post JU Office at Battle April AslleyHaojit Royal Abbot Mr Knowles Gulielma Aldrich Stephen M Kirby Joseph Beacher Doc Kipp Reuben 3 Barney Nathaniel Michael William Booth David OF Miller David Abrn Goodrich Mott John 3 Bodine Isaac Mitchell Morgan Hamit Bateman Adam Mullikiu Henry Btirkloy Byurd 2 Marvin John Beach Harriet Burgess F Cameron John Gowles Fanny 2 Mott Horace Noble A E Quimby William C Smith Anthony W Scout Hermes JOHN M Clark Jacob Dutton S H Dodge HN Boston WmD Frost Abraham Gifford John S 1 SANDS FOR pair of Harness 2 Yoke of CattleT CHAJ March Smith U F Potts Lury Williams Worden Jamet i ia   

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