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   Calhoun County Patriot (Newspaper) - June 1, 1838, Marshall, Michigan                                HENRY C JUNE payalte itt ikWrfoW within four tteekifrom the cvHmmee No piper discontinued untp tatv been made in the payment of ascertain tbjiepaid By a certain In denture of mortgage bearing date the thirtyfirst dayof January in the year of Lord one thousand eif fit hunt red arid thirty iteven ee6ttied by Nor man Booth o the township of in the county of0 Calhoun and state of to Charles ntof the and the first threo and 25 eacL subsequent A lifr discount made to thonn who advertise by IKS PHYSICIAN Calhoun November state which said mortgage record ed in the Registers office in the said county of Calhoun and state of xn thte thirty of January in the year of our Lord one hundred and thirty at 8 Hfrefuj0h of that David Al From the DemoerMteBcvlew SONNETS OlT C nervej New England traits In Franklin riehly Bebold the printers by warn Thrown Hendaets on the compelled to serve In toliiome tiuk t yet eonstsnt With various knowledge See hlrn stand before Councils Hear him wisely plead ATTORNEY AT Pec 1838 8tf CEPHAS AT ON TUB CORNER OP Sti Battle 8t NOTARY SURVEYOR LAND BATTLE CALHOOH Office on the Corner qf Mjdn lid Jefferson Jaly 1637 GORDON AND AT deputy regis terjin Liber Aolmortgsgee pages four hundred and ten and four hundred and eleven and on which mortgage there is claimed to be duo atthej date publication of this four hundred fifty principal anfl In lawful money of the United Notice is therefore hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale in said mortgage contained and in pursuance of the statute in such made and provided will be sold at public auction or vendue nt house or tna the lad county court was in the vilyge pi Mar shall in the county of CalhounaTid slate ef Mi to the highest second day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and Jliirty at ten oclock in the forenoon of thnt all of that certain piece or paTcel olland lying and being in tins county ofTTatonlri flic sSitf state of Bfichignnj being the premises in saidmortgage described as 10 wit The west half of the south west quarter numbertwelve 12 in townriliip number three 3 north of range num ber six be the same more or lens tlie said mortgage being given to payment ot the purchase money of the above described pre Dated Calhoun Afarch CHARLES vAtty G0m3 ncs His Countrys entfse r And lightning Ms Wonder of neatli his iron With harmless fires Again his country The timeworn sage on her feel very flick at my stomach all at once Hoarose immediatetyfrom his seat and went out in the vtood where a quantity of chips wete lying and soon began to evacuate his Jie was carefully GapU of the and was se6n by i tnem to draw wtfh chips over the from Kii before he returned into the i i the third came up again cended into anffsittet at tho head of the Treasury from whence shall pay those whp vote as they are I believejn Horaces thpSanc ity of tfie Bishops the Independence of the the integrity of the tion of discharge public On motion of Cawbreler committee took up the following hi r his IVreath i Beholds her free i and sinks in death IV within the thSpalo Of peers and princes j high In at He in Joyods a Wild Swelling the murmurs of Of a young people struggling to be free wave he with Ills the high emprise And shores file Then for fifty a hlgli romance Of reverses In the cause Of man and IIBerty nW at the with hope nnd wide Champion of Free lom Well race was run All time shall hall thee EUROPES KODLKSTSON WILL attend to all business enlrusled to in Ihe oourts of Law and Equity fidelity andae Cr Office in New WRIIIUT J n Bates Monroe t Sfminway r CQtt BREWER IN PRY SADTKRYT DRUGS AND BOOTS AND READY MADE Gowrl House M ORTGAGE Default hav ing been made in tlie payment of a certain denture of mortgage bearing date the aeventecnth day ol October in the year of our Lord one thou sand eight hundred and thirty and execu edby lause Jnsilman j county ol Eaton and state of to Ezeklel then of the township ot of the township of in the county of Calhoun and the state and on the eighteen day of thr said month olOc assigned to John of the county and slate last ol all that certain THE FATAL SILVEU UJt STORY Of THE In the summer and autumn of while Sir William with a fleet nnd part ofthe royal army were lying at Now with his were advancing Irom Canada toward Al banyv The objecf ahd design of the enemy was to possess themselves of Lake Cham with lhe and thereby cut offal intercourse and commu nication between the Eastern and South ern For the of watching liter motionsTina1 annoying the operations ol the hostile Washington had directed small bodies of troops to be While he was rincing his mouth afid peace everlasting in the Capt M search to be made among the was founda o musket made two pieces oFthin lyplated bent round and jightly togt Inclosed in this fatal found a letter on a sheet of iinged bjf Lord addres giving informa ng the situation qf the fleet New and requesting advice from the general by the what progress he was making with Ihe ar place he hoped and expected soon to meet But the deciphering and readhigthe letter presented at first anoth er puzzle to the Yankee Iteorn menced in the words and fjgures follow ing V M6 dair b6 tn2fb31 2r y45 After a little examination nnd the difficulty was It was discovered that the a rithmetical up to 6 substituted IRISH from the I Green Pat and had settled roo tfib fto use the language of had acquired six children and nine Pat had a mind to bettor his and to go unencumbered higher Un the river and he explained his plans to finishing And so my dnr lave but Ill do my best hy you Ill lave you the six pret ty little andIll t take the nine dirty A ly wrote to his mother thus is theTplace for promotion I ry into effect an act ftp proved fSflfelfth day of teen hundred ttf the issuing of Trelaufy it enacted by the and ffotaS of Representatives of tinited Albertca in Congresi That Secretary of the with the ap A J the jhe is hereby authorized to Treasurynotes wbe according ihe provisions of an act entitled V An tho issuing Trf approved dayvo v4 The key beingjjow immedi ately unlocked the whole contents of the nnd to wt acquainted with the Yesterdajrl arrived and in two hours was made judge of a fiorse T saw a live tober in the placeOf suchi notes have or may issued under1 authority of the act and whtobr haye or may hereafter paid In to the Treasury add Uambrelehg congratulated committee on tho resumptidh of its after long The It had been not rasstng to the but highly rious to the public and all RULING Bonaparte di ed tn blamilitqry his fied marshals uniform and which he had oT ered be put oti a short time previous t Green KKPT nv CHARY Ac HOBf the south bull of the south west quarter olBec lion number thirty townsjlip number one north of rang number five containing and several other places on the east eighty more or less wfiicji mortgage was recorded in the registers office ol the county ofCalhoun and plate ol Michigan a fnrgHaid on the eighteenth dayof Octoiier in the yejxrofour Lord one thoujuncl eight red noon olUlmt by deputy dm6 to side of the between NewYork and with to up and all strangers travelling up and down the cither by land or water nnd if detected in espionage or employed In Jetween grjtjsh acCOr speddity for by orr the est evidence of the unfortunate pris oner was sentenced and oxe Evening A HOLY PACK OF Riohr ard attending divineworship rest of tho in Church ut instead ofpulliog out tpfind the parsons he spread of cards before This behavior was observed by a clergyman and a servant of the company to which he Tho latter ordered him to put up the on his conducted after and ranging his person for the oc casion any manner connected with the publi It is an that whose sictual resour in proportion to its annual receipts and were more sample thart those of any other by mere delay in be unable to chatge itf for clirtent All that the Treasury requires is the f ult benefi tof4he JOHN COE Saddl6 and Harness BATTLE CALHOUN CO NEW UICALEIIS IN STAPLE FANCY DRY DRUGS NOBTH 8IPK OF COPRTHOU3E January AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION STATE STREET iii Liber D of mortgagea lolioo 6ne hundred and sixty nine unit due hundred and on which there is claimed to he due at the date of the publication this the sum of one hundred dollars said sum being given for the purcnasa inonjy for Uje above described ged Now therefore notice in hereby given that by virlua of a sale ia Ue said mprlgagt contained and in pursuance ofthe statute in such case made and provided the above described mort Cugodjireinises willbeBold at public auction or vpndno to the higliegt at the court house or thenlitcewhere the circuit court was v village of of on the About tho first oT September a pedestri an passing was hailed and stopped by a nentinel of the guard station ed at Red hood and commanded by John Mansfieldof The man of when at the point of quitted his bod and put on his armor saying that it became not a man to die like A more remarkable instance is that of Maria of who a short time breathed her haying fallen into a slight one of the la dies in attendance remarked that her Ma jesty seemed to be said I could sleep if I would indulge in but lam sensible of the near atiow my I will not before the and orefereda formal PPr c d h Wm jn sle to twet my dissolution of jtoor expiring as is proposed by tie consider That authorized an ten millions of able in twelve months from the dajgwhenr for tho purpose of enabling th to in thejmean an equal amount frhich was receivable in 1838 from out banW and Had these notes been after tlie expiration of the tffplye thnt between 1838 and tho T reasury would have i been to meet all its engagements other financial They made receivable for cusloms case you cart to la n it U you shall1 be and ex everclv your honor 1P with July in the yeur of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thirty at 1Q oclock in the forenoon otthe said Dated at April JOHN Assignee ol hia 74m3 ave his CHARLES iAgent for the Kalamaxoo Mutual Insu rance FOR THB COUNTY OT louirt fonrt H NOTICESToall whom it may is hereby that I ha revoked the appointment of Joel eputy SnefitTin and for Calhoun Given under my hand this J8th day of Bheriflfofaaid HENRY JUSTICE OF THE PEACE HOUBE te FORWA RDING COAfMISSION Corner of 8e Rail Road All to their will nroiDPt prompt March SIDNEY IJT FOR THE PUacHASE AND BAfcB OFFICE in the North aide of Court House Refer to Pettil New Hulburt Bangs I NEW THE subscribers are now receiving from New a general assortment of Fall and Winter DRY GOODS in of coarse and fine Broadcloths SILKS FANCY Tuscan and Straw merino merino Thibet Dress DOMESTIC 400 yards fulld a desi rable article for cold 50 Buflalo AToleskins and Sheetings and tiOO 5 Wjckjng and cotton 300 Cali the habit of a He was conduct ed the guard in quired of him his the place of his as well as that to which he was his business He replied ug a stated that ho be to n place below and was now on his way to the next town above with a view to purchase n pair of oxen froni of lus acquaintance living He was asked whether he had a bout him any letter or other communica tion from Lord or any other Bri tish officer at New addressed to or any officer in his ar my f he promptly answered in the then told him were the orderaofr4iis superior 1 that it became his duty to search the person of every traveller under sim ilar to whiph ho he had no objection to being then directed two or threo ofthe guard take off his coat and examine a is i 1 evercly Since your good as to permiLme to speak for ant please your I have nnd about five millions and had becruakeady najd into the Treasury in efforts to at the rise with in order to secuVe to the Le benefit of the October to issue of Treasury notes equal to the aVmnt paid into the Treasury days on the the I Few parents realize how much it D O 1 I pot other 0n saying Rich out his pack oTcardai and pre senting one of the aces to the con tinued his address to the mayor as Isee an may it please your it me there is only one and when I loak upon a two or a the former puts me in mind of the Father and und the and Holy Ghost a of the four and John a the five virgins whp were or dered to trim there were ten but your worship were wise and five were foolish a that in sijf da jw God created heaven and earth a that on the seventh day he rested Let the parent make an experiment with his son of years single and xnly during the hours which are not spent at Let him make a companion of his child converse with him familiarly puKto him questions answer inquiries contmunicate the result of his reading or observation a wakenhis curiosHy explain tho meaning ogHhings and all this in an easy playful without seeming to impose a task and be will himself be as tonished at the progress which will be from all that hd had made e art AT EiWAND 0pgAt the Marshall Drug MONTOQMEKY give notice bdebied to and whose and accounts are now that they will receive and ia payment o debU and not disposed to pay m called upon for tne t M BARNET 5 cases Bluck 2 cases While 2 Satin 4 doz Fur and Seal Fur Among which are 3000 Ibs brown and white Su 1000 15 chests Young Hyson skin boxes BOOTS Mens thick 200 pw and Youths coarse and fine Boots and assortment i Lamp and Linseed TUT Drugs aid The swlectMHW have been made wuht they invite iheir former cuatonjsrs and others to calf anoTeiimlnSTUBir u they are dispo ed to s t U on ffT Most kinds country produce received in payment of or token in exchange for MJlXrTON BADtNJEY the pockets lining and every other part While this was one of the guards observed the prisoner to his hand with a quick motion from his vest pocket tohis and the mo tion of Ohis chin seemed to be swallowing that wentdown as ho expressed The how continued and was finished without any discovery which would justify the fur thJr detention of was then informed ot the suspicious oir cumstances noticed by the What was to be done Strong suspi cion had attached itself to the but no positive pcpof had yef appeared a earnst An expedient soon suggest ed itself to the ready thoughts of our Yan kee Captatb He the 14 wo have detained you on yaui journey for some legth of and subjected you to pretty strict I feel bound by the rules of civility to treat you to a jtpwJ of toddy before grjoceed and ii you will drink with us you shall be wel the eight righteous persons who were saved from the viz Noah and his wife and their three sons and their wives a of ihe lepers cleansed by our there were but only one of fe red hisUribute of thduka and ft MINING REGION OF The Louis Argus states that the celebrated mountain of magnetic iron in that state has an elevation of 850 feet above the sur roundingjjaitijand is a mile a half across its ing the impression and the resentdtions that mttliOQI would be have heard jnuch air else about a bankrupt 1 aqd a Such statements anticipations are without Wero it I tust the bankrupt cy of our and the public would not be joicing to any theoriginof these Treasury about which so much has been saidj The coun try was in the midst of a commercial re and assembled for purpose of oxeVcising all its cpnstitutiopal through its financial meswwreSj to relieve trade as far aa it was There was no bankruptcy f of the ten Richard then tool placed it who from the uttermost part of the mountain may substantially yields 80 per cent pure If it be so magnetic aa U pendious battery this for Dfavenports e ctro rnagnetic machine It tm m IIICII beside him and passed on to the thefactories the prairies would when observed as follows anW all the steamers that could float on queen reminds me of the queen of the No no no i i J ntn vv nnt The resources of tfie were but the public creditors unable to meet their had extended the credit to coal mines would What UUIAIU fciio n i t U earth to Jieac the wisdom of of would become of Fulton and In every a bflsidesi iron are found bag and sulphUret miles tain of the oxyde of 8QO King iSeotgs I L the e a good descriptjpn of till eepVthV given cards will not be mad with give you the same satisfaction on that as anyoT the said the returned the the Iknave I know is the sergeant brought be fore I dont replied the whether he is the greatest eknaye or but 1 am sure he i the greyest The soldier then continued fol lows When T count ifhe number o in a pack of there in ramid is several UP to the either by note pr are May 7611 BARNEY Homer 1 man with the 49tf POST OFFICE Marshall Post Office hoe been fiom the store of 4t tttat ofthe on State of Court Ho fw their for it inform their old friends and tbe public in general into a copartneiiiiup w the BOOT ib Stiff and readily agreed to accept The captain took upon himself the office of and soon prepared the tod To make it and answer purpose for which he intended he etir jc QuVVtranger being thirsty somewhat fatigued by qi and rank on State a few rods east of Court House in the yillage of where they keep on hand BOOTS mud SHOES of ofthjeirowainaii freely of the while the captain sad others present tasted and it free con vejrsation soon con ween the and his new fpet liigirrand base ofa mile ania half in circumference stand fpr Egypts natures flower garde not In but huge ton ipsp 80 pef cent r Copper is fttso and its wonderful lead mines all the world The Pfne Ridge in its region furnishes in manyof M States to three and were about toTpostpohe the payment of our customhouse bonds to twelve and fifteen and the debt of ite banks Thus i lions of dftllarfof the revenue and previous wfiJte po and To grant it was necessary make a purftry yea of our ewdit for amount of our existing S was the origin the Treasury of foepreseat embarjjassmjiQt sf Ms does not arise from lead and cornelian atyi other recious the trees being 90 feet high and 4 feet di county ia ny days as therearo in a in a pack are so many weeks areQLhere in a year when 1 reckon how manyI tricks there io a 1 find there are j I T J 1 AthAP lwelverso many months are in a So a pack of c4rda is both almanac and prayer book to The mayor called Jbis ordered them to entertain the soldier gave piece of and aaid he Itis cleverest feLlpw hejever heard of io his ciency of but frpm the exaoutinithe act of interesUon notes was diec with the ot exceeding oentvuer anoani to be isswadiUiMisr per them ttO oc emitted would bave been fn4 plementaty a xistedf precious Geaaeve wa county caverns of beaati fat iteserobttog much prised by thft and ia is talked miaintances He inquired of Capt tbe number of men under hit with an j of aod diftcent ffifltw rr S Jt privately hy Had at tho dtfknent swlivary ftfttifow was Colt liedoMki whjBihejr to subaJsOa with mt pHjces of kjnd of fiftr ly rate oir tout t m the yajioiw was the always scatters   

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