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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - April 27, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                BY MISNRY APRli 42jOO per payable in weeks from the piper discontinued until all we the first three and 25 each subsequent A Ijb tliscovlnt made who advertise by PHYSICIAN Calhoun ltf DAVID A AT 1836 CEPHAS AT orrice on tm coniiEnor MAIN AMD Battle jCaL Co 2t SOLICITOR IN AND GENE RAL LAND AGENT roR ON EAST SIDE or Cornr 01 3j 4RflNTlSS NOTARY PUBLIC FOH CALHOUN duly athariSid iff Deeds 0 dadvtkcr instruments of OFFICE in the east side of Court House NEW r rBSHE subscribers are now receiving from a general assortrnent of Fall and Winter T r consisting ofcoarse and fine Broadcloths FANCY Tuscan and merino Thibet Dress v DOMESTIC 400 yards homemade ftilld a desi rable article for cold 50 Buffalo Moleskins and yarda Sheetings imd 600 Ibs 5 bales Wicking and cotton 300 Cat HATS AND 5 cases Bhjck 2 cases White 2 Satin 4 Fufand Seal Fur Among which are 3000 Ibs brownjand white Su 1000 15 chests Young Hyson skin BOOTS SHOES 200 Mens sndiFouths coarse and fine Boots and f6 large assortment of Nails Lnmjtmtd Linseed Tur Drugs and The selections have been made with and they invite their fofmer customers and others to call and examine tlieir as they are dispo ed to s 11 on reasonable n XT Most kinds of country produce received in payment of or taken in exchange for MILTON BARNEY 48tf MARSHALL Shoe Leather HNB8 TO AN OLD The DonglaJrnuiid him drew Folded his arms aid ttnu How often when wo tetli drooping feather But old hast ever clung Most closely in the stormiest weather When sunlight bathed my path in t Thou didst not share the joys that crowned VfttrW grew celoV I felt thy warm embraces NOTARY LAND BATTLK CALHOIW Office on the Corner of Main and Jefferson July 32tf ia ffseeleai How little did such scorn become me Vowed that thou weri not And cast thee from me OITHWI i thee On the damp eartK with night dew And little recked tl y nap was So long as TOM remained How many a on sea Hast thou and together wended If Irti no better than Who can deny thatiAott art mended f And fabt I may not Thou vergest toward thy dissolution dreadful tttoeku side Art ruining thy Thinner thou growest dsy day I grievato see Thy being hourly wastes The thread by which It hangs is FareVelL old Friend I thy Worth IB Let tne world jeer the aspect Thy tares been so often I marvel not thou lookest Prom the WILD CAT The all arhjeting For mans illusion The wild cat Tjills are not the A curse on each let all Theres not one good Some people thus do liourly FFoln morhiug light to even T While Bank to save Our come dut with charges Gainsttfa delinquent i TheSe ate bttt a few of the en6rtttons 6horges matfe 6n the peoite of a itsglf by meatis 6f thfeir laBbr aiftd a Standing af Albany sdrir oMte jdor dterichfMrhite ite sons of ihe die poor prWhat an enceuragernent td toil thrtiugh life irt ac quiring wealth to ruin ourchildMn Bet ter to go with bur mohey as along educate our sons secure their virtues by sod theft let them take care of the powers ofjus and fot other AN ACT to extend tices of the SECTION Be if enacteid bv the Seh ate and House of Represnetattves of the State of That all actions of as and trespass on the against whenthe imount claimed ot matter in contfovorijy shall not exceed one hundred shall be cognizable before a justice of tho peace in liKS fflantter and with like re strictions as the fame actions anror may hereafter be by law cognizable before a That fr6m and after the of this act it shall be unlawful for Any Ui company ot Corporation to ttcda dtf fenowinglHTfo Of tobd of circurateid tKe said stafej any or other paper mediuitif ed ii l nomination thail Bhall be issued and circulated fof the fiflt time after the time above limited in df LAWS OF GORDOtf ATTOKNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT TILL attend to all business entrusted to in the coinIs of Law and Equity of this fidelity jipd de A at the old one door south of Garrison Averys on Exchange in thg upper village of would aniiouncjb to his old custom ers and the public that he has purcha sed the entire stock of the Shoe and Lea ther store of inadditiajr to his own mattes a large and splenid as Office in the brick opposite the PJew Bates GUt DEALERS IN DRY DRUGS AND BOOTS AND EADY MADE North side of Court House July 1837 BOOTS SHOES f consisting of mens kip and caff skin Boots kip and calf skin Brogues and Shoes ladies kid end Pru nella Bootees kid and prunella Slips boys and childrens all of which are offered low or Boots and Shoes made to order and re nored shortest Jan 43y All banks are nonr fleeting To apequlation The forcedsuspension caused our But soon will come the silvery Theres not oneaUn Many pursue thenajrow Holding the balance even Defying chartered swav With shinersjor resumption AN ACT for the appofrtojimsrit Of the members of the House of Representa tives of and for the arrange ment of the Senate SECTION Be it enacted by the ate and House of Representatives of the state of That the number of members of of hereafter to be chosen in the several coun TieTof this state to wit In the county of seven in the county of six in the county of six in the county of three in Ihe county of fourj in the county of one inrtho coun ty of one in the county Of two in the counties of Gass and two in the county of Berri one in the counties of Kent and in the countiesof Alle Barry and onejin of GeneseOiShiawassee and the county of Kshtmzodjj two jn the county of of Two iri the county of one in the county of three in the county of one in the coun ty of SagtrrawronB iirthercaunty of Chip AprovedMareh 88f TA Jrue dne in the county of one in thVxCounties of Livingston and election returns for representatives from the counties of Casa and Van Burem shallbe maije at thecoun tyseatofCass county for the counties at tho uounty an The first process under this agamst an Incorporation shall be By sum arid which shall be served by leav ing a true and attested copy thereof with the secretary or other principle officer of or by leaving such true and attested copy at the banking house or office such cor of at the usual place of abode of such Secre Tafyrisrpther at leasV five days before the return day and upon the perfecting of such and upon thereof such incorporation shall deemed in and tne same proceedings aa near as may be shall thereon be had as in cases of suits between Whenever judgment shall render ed aecUrity stay of execution may be entered as in cases Of judgements against Execution shall be had only against the goods arid chattels ofjiuch except in cases when security for stay ihehsof has been when execution may be had against the goods and chattels both of the incorporation and of such per son or persons as shall havebecome bail Whert the plaintiffs demand at the time of thejcomrnencement of suit a gainst an shall consist of promissory or bank notes or bills of ex constituting distinct causes of aj Secreiary of V BANKT INVESTIGATION THIRD till Excellency Governor oMbe State MARSHALL KEPT BY CRARY Catftoun SiXTfi YEAR OF popular which has been received with such distinguished favor in all the polished circles of the United States and will enter on iu wxtU you ou tha first of Two volumes are pub lished each being It selfr the first of every year is the proper timtfor new patrons to commence their As an evidence of the capacity of the Library to convey intelligence at a cheap rate in the Bhupe olHooks7tttHny bementioned that during SCENE IN A PRINTING A tall six footer with a spice of humor in and a breast pin of the warming pan hisbosonn the office tho other leading by the arm a rustic as perpendicular and aa frem as a as Jack Dawning would we kinder Now for a scene thought Bees you the head man hare 1 Ahem head man 6h you mean the marriage col the the Ltt my Jonas Is so means the ot of Kent county for the Barry and at nties of JOHN COE and CALHOUN DEALERS IN STAPLE FANCY DRY DRUGS 8101 OF COURTHOUSE AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION STATI CALHOUN Agent forlne Kalumctzoo Mutual j ranee FOR THE COUNTV OP Court House the current year has contained five four five numerous fifl teen and a very great variety of miscella neous matter o immediate interest to the litera ry Among the Books issued in 1837 have been the following important ones Pardoes City of the Sultan i Dutens Memoirs Games Letters from the East an Historical Romance The a Cruisade Romance WraxaUs Historical Memoirs The Guerney Paperp Recovery of theTreauure sunk in thaThBtUi The life of Oliver a by Miss Stickney The Adventures of a French Sergeant Famijy a novel The cost of the London books ajpne published in one is little less than forty By the magic of the periodical press this amount is supplied by and disseminated to every town in the Union at little above the price of newspaper A very few complete in ten are still for Subscriptions for the coming accompa nied by a will be promptly attended Five copies ray be procured by a club on payment of Twenty in brought us a lot of wedding well we are prettymuch all head eaters at Ohb none of jokeification ajn Salfy and me aint har nessed quite we Yer MisterLI thought how Pdjuat fetch my gal in to putting his mouth close to our and then acreanfting out aa if we wore to see your printum offis and kind a surprise her you My dear we are not said screaming in our turn at the top of our and ketchlng a dictiona Ask 4ve just been seat of Barry county for the counties of Shiawassee and at ttifr clerks office in the county of Shiawassee counties of Eivingstorrand at the county seat of Livingston Tho Senate districts of this state snail bo arranged as to wit The first shall consist of the county of and elect two senators the second district shall consist of the counties of Lonawee and and e lect three election re to the scat of justice of the county of Lena wee the trict shall consist of the counties Shiawassee and and shall elect three and the election returns shall be made to seat of justice of the county have the honor to transmit you the annexed in the condition of such banks as I have ex amined in the third circuit A further re showing fully the resources and liabilities of all thfr banks in the under the supervision of the erj wilUxj the so soon as aU necessary facts can be Sufficient developememrof bank frauds have already been to put the people on their guard against further im position and until sufficient time and opportunity have been afforded to form just estimation of the real merits of each The resumption of specie payment on IhoWthrofMayythe action OJK some of the granrj and the faithful continuation of the probing process by the wiflTTt is confidently do much within the next few weeks towards restoring a sounder and safer and protecting in future the ho nest part of the against the evils they now The lime of ex cessive and fraudulent in this at pub cloyed and and many good men by a worse worthless paper Bankrupts will no longer be permitted to turn bank There is a redeeming spirit in tho intelligence and energy of the peo and the conductors of the upon which thp Bank Commissiopers rely fon support tin performanccLfif been arfd of the bank purporting to The most they can on account of their have issued Approved April RXNVOTTPH Secretary of shall be epti of coat in the and amounting in all to a sum not exceeding he tled to recover but one bill collection of the v shall on notes until said notes shall have A true land the fourth district shall consist of the counties of Sagi Chippewa and and elect two and the election returns shall 1e made to the seat of justice of the county of on the first Monday of December nestf after each and every elec in said district the fifth district shall jxmaist of tha countiesof and and e HENRY JUSTICE OF NORTH BIDE Of COURT HOUSE SIDNEY FOR THE PURCHASE OF T FPICE in the North eide of Court Refer to Fettit Jfe Messrs Hulburt Bangs NEW fXLLOJL AT LAW ASP the Marshall Drag MoHTGOKXRK 6w49 give notice to those indebted to and whose and are now that they will and Oats in payment o and those not disposed to pay in called for the BARJjfEY CQ POST OFFICE MajrshfcU Office has temo fiom the store of Brewer to that of on Stole SMt of the Court House Square CHALES with a deaf man we see 4he printum offis go 1 Please promanade be tween the and in the office isnt ex actly in going don consarn yourself a but what onairth is this Only a an improved cheese or cider press a free f ho well I vow thats curious e 1837 46 Carpenter jt Subscriptions of the devil Calhuun County s BUBPEEj takes this method ofin forming his old customers and the Public that he hasthis day aasociatedhiniself with EDWIN in his old line of and is now ready to offer to the public ft assortment of STOVE COP SHEET BRASS HOLLOW WARE JAPANb and CHBYSTALISEDfWARE at wholesale and retail on the northside uf Court House from long experience in the buei theyfeel that they will be able to offer to public as good articles andon rea sonable terms as any other manufacturers ia ihe abovje The public are respectfully in vjted to call and examine for thems All orders in Job work will be strictly attend ed old Braaa will be received iu March 1137 s and giving it flew and trying to get out of the upset a keg of which Hying blacked all the lower part of his Dulcenias white gown to a to say nothing of polishing stockings and pink kid It was too 11 My golly quoth jumping up and trying to wipe off the ink from his belles my golly whod have thought I could pump out three or four quarts at one Haying let hex see tha printum offia and kind a surprised her they EXPKNSKS OF ROYALTY IN AN ACT to provide for the election of senators in the several districts of Mich enactedby Sens ato and House of Representatives of the State of 1 hat the first election for senators in iho first shall be in the year one thousand eight hundred and and said district shall then elect two one of whom shall be elected for pne and one senator an nually thereafter second and third leetonesenator at the en machinery of royalty in England is very heavy and Itjrequires it a prejtty dear The fol tbvipg the annual items of in round numbers Bed chamber Band of ect three and the election re turns shall be macle to the seat justice of the county of Washtenaw the sixth district shall consist of the counties pf Ea Kalamszoo and and shall lect two the election returns be mojle to the seat of justice of Kalamazooj the seventh district shall consist of the counties of St Van Buren and elect two and shall be made to the seat of justice of StJoseph e All acts or parts of acts contraye of the provisions of this are hereby Approved April Atrue RANDOLPH Secretary of AN ACT to extend the time of payment of the university and school and brother 1 Be it enacted by the Sen and House of Representatives State of That time of pay ment of the moneys arfSing from the sale of the university primary school is hereby extended to the fijrst day of December next and the superintendent of public instruction is hereby directed to extend said upon receiving from the purchaser or purchasers of said lands a written assent oragreejnent that the said moneys falling due shall and be then and at that time be with and that all future payments shall be made the some time iu each and suing annual and senators and one senator alternately each year thereafter the fourth and sixth districts shall elect two senators at the ensuing an nual sen for one and one senator annu ally thereafter the fifth district shall elect at the ensuing annual two sena and one senator and two senators al ternately each year thereafter the seventh district shall elect one senator annually Approved April A true Secretary of AN AOT to prevent the circulation of bills so recently coming into will be to ferret out and expose bank frauds and vi olations of and to sustain all lawful and honest institutions by all the means in their Previous to the late the general bank ing several new banks have been and their plates Some or tickets of a one denomination than Jan 58tf LL or indebted to ihe VEBOMA aawine or for are re settle their bills for the lonie by note at i83a jfet be north tide of for litle by fc June Cabinet THE iubscribara have opened a shop in the yilkge of jidjoining the residence of wfeejfplMy are prepared to furniflh tbe pubUp vith article in their of M good cpaUty an4 V a fricjs u B4Jv other eitabhslyaent in the U Piano Fortes wd SOLE LEATHER of for aile by ftww W A Officers in chargeof Modelers and floor Stockings and Barge and Surgeon and 650 480 year until the whole amouqtia paid in his opinion such extension can be made without injufy or prejudice to the said funds thoriziag tbe superintendent of public in structioo to loan jbe university and school moneys to on bond and mort gage or fee and the same are hereby The salary of the auperiatendent of public shall he paid put of SECTION Be it enacted fytke Senate and House of state of That from and after the 16th day 6f one thousand eight hun dred and thirty it shall be unlawful for any company or corpora tion to ipass or offer topass within this state any or any other paper currency of a less denomination than one and if any oojtnpaDy or corporation shall vio late the provisions of this the per son so or in caise of any corpo into so soon as their arre without a compliance with the or procuring the endorsement of the Among the is the Bank of White which has been so much in want of money as have al ready commenced the issue of one dollar bank on common in true shin plaster form Their necessities have pro been inquired into by the grand jury of Joseph earliest opportunity will be takefi to inv form the public of any new barfk going in tooperatioTrcoTilpRTyto and to have the bankers arrested The Farmers and Mechanics7 Bank of was not considered by the Attorney General sufficiently lawful as a to justify proceeding by an injunction against it but criminal pro ceedings will no doubt be commenced a gainst if their bills be not It has not been in my power to visit thoto banks of Grand River and Singapore but I believe the former eatMedi to The latter went into operation has made no and given no and should henceforth be considered an unlawful so o offlcefs of such corporation for the time shall liable to indictment by the jury of the PURt where the offence shall have beea and the persona so pffen or officers of the company or oorpojration so pn tion thereof fined in ing ajty at the the same to the be paid to the county aUall oonamit poorofaaid county person so ofiending of anyx corporation shall iPheir cireulatien is believed to be about the character and ability of those who have received the will prob ably be redeemed without loss to the bill Whether it is necessary to adopt further either by criminal or chancery will depend upon fur ther Moat of the banks in this circuit have completed6their and the remain der have pearly with the exceptionof tolbanks of Homejrand Ber rien which are not yet receivedt though have andexpiatiations that are satifactory for the that they have been making every exertion to comply with the e On I found houn County Bank m a very unsatisfao A majority of stpolt had passed into the hands in whose as 1 had ho A large portion of their specie and iterpaythe any 800 the any law to the contrjiry April A true RANDOLPH Secretary check or papercpn atiluting part of said currency to any hold ejr with per cent ges for nonpayment on demand of and in caie of ju4gment oir execution may be had arid it be the duty of the attorney to k gaiast all persons and every oorperation so offending against this act of which iAe shall havo knowledge or probable had been taken out without the knowledge and consent of the and without any satisfactory and under cir cumstances that left no doubt or some fraudulent The who are honorable and highminded gate strong aasurance that every effort shouM be made to rectify what had been yet Information hat been received that all is right I report as J found object of suspicion until public of its solve to report to your much of tbe evils now fclt sad has teen b and unfortunate i A   

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