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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 July 1836

."'V4 1. ... . VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH, CO. MICHIGAN, JULY 13, 1830. NUMBER 2. in i 7,1 TSiff rf III ii ib i nr u i a ivy x. - ii a i in a ; CONSTANTINE "REPUBLICAN," , , . rrnLUiiso v : ...... . .''IMXUEU k COWDEKY, Every Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MuJ. L J. I'lluiau, eyrucr ot c'niiurl and Water street m. Teum- Two dollars per annum in advauce, two dol . I or a and fifty cents within the year, or three dollars at the expiration of the year. ' AdvsrtUtng at the usual rates. IAMUEL If. ABBOTT, SADDLE AND HARNESS MAKER, Constutine, will soon lay in a supply of leather and other ma. terials, iu addition to his present Block, when he will bo prepared to accommodate las old, menus and customers in good stylo. Constantino, Juno il'J, lSdb. 111 THE NEWSPAPER. im wHlZt ISEID & CO. would respoctful. )' y lyjjiform the citizens of Constantine and St. Joseph cVy tnnt tne7 Bt'N carry on tho CARRIAGEaJ WAGON Making business at their old standfwt"- they w...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 July 1836

11 TEXAS. New-Ohlsai, June 10, 1630. Gen. Houston and his Staff have left for Texas via Natchitoches. As a proof that tho affairs of Texas are restored to comparative tranquility, we havo been informed, by a letter, dated Lynch burg, (Texas,) 21st of May, that lands which frcvionsly could scarcely realize one dol ar an acre, are now l " 2 readily for 4 or 5. Speculation produced war, and will follow peace ; but it is not yet very safe to invest capital in Texas lands. Bee, The Editor of tho Baltimore Patriot lias been favored with tho following extract of a letter from an officer in the Texian army, dated Galvesto Bay,(T&ka,) May 87. I take the earliest opportunity to inform you of my arrival here after a tedious and unpleasant trip of four days from the South- west Pass, Louisiana, through the Gulf of Mexico. On our arrival here, wo found the Island in possession of the Texans, who had resorted hero as a place of protcc tion and rendezvous, previous to the late successful battl...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 July 1836

to the Hotel, where two hundred gentlemen and about fifty ladies were furnished by the enter, prising host, Mr. Hunt, with a very excellent dinner, worthy indeed of the fourth or JULY and the American Hotel. W. H. Adams and A. E. Mabbey officiatod, very croditably, aa pre sident and vico-president. One lonely and hon ored living relic of the Revolution, aupportod in the procession by two young men, waa soatod at dinner by the president, and aoeinod for a time to have cast off hie years and become young again. ' After dinner, the following toasts were drank, accompanied by music and cannon : 1. The day tee celebrate.' It reminds us of the sufferings and triumph of our sires: We are laves when we cease to revere it. May the next and all succeeding generations of Americans con. tinue to hold it sacred. 3. The union of the State: Oar fathers rear, od the fabric in wisdom: Withered bo tho arm which shall attempt its dissolution. S. The Fame ofWaehington: Whore the flag of freedom waves, ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 July 1836

fjr. A MERICAN HOTEL y? A AND STAG 13 HOUSE, TEliflllli CONSTANTINO. IBB SB3 Harvey Hunt, would renivct. I SI R 1 32 ful,y iafwrn tho public that ho in gii-Tri 4- lilting up t?io abovo establishment inferior in stylo and convcmcnco, to none in Western Michigan. The dimensions of house are'sixty-six fact on Water stroet, and for. ty-four on Washington street, comprising aDiniug Room forty foet long and a Bull Room of tho tamo length, which ero being finiahetl in tho handsomest possible style ; together with a lnrg-3 uuniberof Single rooms. The Dining aud Dull rooms will be roudy fur the cdebrution of the Fourth of July. ' . His table will bo always furninhed with the best Provisions ilia market will afford. : Ho feola confident that slwho may favor him with a call will find tlioiiiBclvcs perfectly at homo, if good accommodations and strict attention will accomplish it. 1 . Tho Stago loaves here every other day for White Pigeon and Kalamazoo. . Constantino, June 29, 163(5. ltf TJ"?i O...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 July 1836

,r.r i. I. '44 VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, JULY 20, 1830. NUMBER 3. Mm 4 w r, -0 f CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ri'BLUIIKD BY lUUNGEIt & COWDERY, T3very WeJnewiay Morn In it, attlio stand formerly oc rnpied Ly Mid. I. J. Lllmun, corner of Canarls unJ Water streets. Term Two dollars per annum in advnnoe, two dol Inr an J fifty cents within the year, or three dollar at the expiration of the year. Advertising at the usual rates. CAItKIAUU MAU1NU. W1W. ItFlO V CO. would respectful ly inform the citizens of Const m tine nnd St. Joseph county, that they still carry on the CAUUIAGE and WAGON Making business at their old stand, whero they will bo huppy to at. tnnd to all calls in thoir line. They have the host of workmen in thoir employ, and fool as. surod that they can and do turn out as good work as any other establishment of tho kind in tho western country. STAGE COACHES repairad on short notice. O" Impairing dono cheap for cash and on short notice Their shop is No. 2,...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 July 1836

government formed by the people ofMichi. gan, republican T it was their duty to have ftdmiuod the state into tho Union, and to have inferred all incidental questions aris. ing under the application, for adjudication before tho judicial department of tho gov. ernment. The contrary qourse as pursued by them, evinces a determination, to usurp Eowers belonging to another tribunal, and rcaks down tho barrier established by tho constitution bctwen the judicial and legisla tivo. brunches of the government. . Was it not enough that congress should assume tho power of legislating from us a part of our soil, without demanding from us the humi liation of adding our assent to tho measure of our wrongs? The right of questioning their proceedings, is secured to us by the constitution, and yet we aro required to bow in Immblo submission to. a power wo do not acknowledge, a wisdom wo cannot fathom ! Tho resistance of the Revolution was not a resistance of sanguinary tyranny alone, but a contest fof...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 July 1836

t Harvesting commenced on Pigeon Trairl, lost week, and never did the extensive golden fields of wheat give better promise of abundant crop.. The farmers from every direction around us, apeak cheerfully of the favor, of Providence thiaaeaaonj and, indeed, gentlemen just return d from journey, through tho atate. f New. York, Pennsylvania Ohio' nd traVe,lor" from the far west, in u., that in no part of the country tuh which thoy hw9 PM8od' have the crops generally appeared ao fine or of so abundant promise, aa in these ouUi western countia of Michigan. . . j We acknowledge our indebtedness in grati tude, to the several editor, who have favorably and with kind wishes, noticed the establishment of our pressespecially the Dotroit Free Press, Buffalo Daily Star, Commercial Advertiser, and Spectator. We foel the propriety of the remark of the Spectator, that this important engine of usefulness should be rightly used ; and that its influence in promoting Intelligence, and forming the taste ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 July 1836

American HOTEL AND STAGE HOUSE, CONSTANTINO. Hauvf.v Hunt, would rosu set fully inform the public that he in liUinf ui tho abovo establishment uu u a lit ui SEE 83 HI inn nor m siyio auu coiive""-i " Wes'n Michigan. TIio dimensions of hii houso . 3 sixty.slx fiot on Water Btrent, and for. t y-four on Washington street, comprising a Dining Room forty foet lnff R,M1 a Room of tlio same length, which aro being finished in tho handsomest posxiblo style; together with a largo number of Single rooms. The Dining and Ball rooms will be reudy for tho celebration of tho fourth of July. Ilia tablo will bo always furnished with tho best Provisions tlio market will afford. lie foels confident that ull who may favor him with a cull will find theinaclvoa perfectly at home, if good accommodations and strict attention will accomplish it. The Stage leaves hero every othor day for White Pigeon ond Kalamazoo. . Coutstantino, Juno S'J, 1836. Nf "FTP OOKS, just recoived ut tho Buffalo Book ill Storo, 203...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 July 1836

'V in iwi a in - VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, JULY 27, 1830. NUMBER 4. ; i 0 1.. 1. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, - -- " rrLncD by - ' MrCJEI & COWDERY, Every Wednesday Mornlns, at the stand formerly oe niplcd ty .MhJ. I. J. Vlluiun, corner of Cunarls and Water streets. ' Tk Two dollnra per annum In ndviinre, two dol lars and fifty cents wttMn the year, or three dollar at the expiration of the yeur. Advert) gins at the usual rated. "nr IMA AND CONSTA1VTEVE M A STAUE LINE, will commnco running rcrularly for tho saason, lnvin LIMA on Fri d iv the 15th ist. and CONSTANTINE on itunliy the ICth inst., vi WHITE PIGEON. -The rKox days of running will bo, 1j iving Luna on Mondays, Wdncsdiys, nnd Fridays; and Constantine on Tucsd.ivs, Thursdays, and Sat. urdavs, at 8 o'clock. A. M. each d.iy. Also, from LIMA to SHERMAN, and run. ning in' connection with tho C-ago Stag Line. , For Boats apply to tho Stige Offices at Li ma or Constintine. WILLIAM M. CARY, Proprietor. Lima. Jul...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 July 1836

MICHIGAN STATE LEGISLATURE. IN SENATE, Tuesday, July 19. The senate again resolved into a commit, teo of the whole, Mr. Clark in the chair, on the bill entitled "a bill to enablo the people of Michigan to elect delegates to a conven. tion and, after some debate thereon, the committee rose, and through their chair, man reported the same back to the senate with amendments, in wliich they asked the concurred of the senate. And the senate thereupon concurred in the several amendments made in committee of the whole ; the words "and tho court, house" being on motion of Mr. Barry, in. serted beforo tho word "in" in section third. Mr. Barry moved to amend in sec. 1, by striking out, line 1, the word "enacted" and inserting "recommended;" which was de cided in tho negative by yeas and nays as follows: ' Yeas Messrs. Barry, Ellis and Finch: 3 Nays Messrs. Britain, Clark, Comstock, Davis, Hough, McDoncll and Moody: 7. Mr. Barry moved to amend by adding tho following section, That every elector...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 July 1836

other establishments a village of two thousand inhabitant, situated on high banka, descending with a gentle declivity to the bold shores of the Maumee river.' A railroad is also in the process of building, to be finished in October, extending from that place (said to be in Oliio) 30 miles, to Adrian, Lenawee co., Michigan: They threat. en' to have a daily line of steamboats from Buffa. lo, next year and beyond that, the flood tide of their prosperity is not yet to be fathomed. Manattani a place we know but littlo about, except a handsomely plotted map for a city, pret ty near Toledo, bidding fair to be a rather close rival, and that our old friend and former copart ner B. FtANKUN Smeao has started a press there. New places start op and grow so quick on the openings and prairies of this western hemisphere, that a failure to note them weekly, would throw as behind the intelligence of the age that is, as matters now are ; but when that vexed boun dary question shall have been finally d...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 July 1836

AMERICAN HOTEL AND STAGE HOUSE, . CONSTANTINE. -IIarvet IIuxt, would rerpct. fully infirm tin public that he is fitting up tlio nbovo ckt ihlishment Ht li NIB Id is: I a 393 SB if nor in stylo und convenience, to noni in Watorn Michigan. The dimensions of his lionae aro eixty.six foet on W.tr street, onl for. ty-four on Wellington atroot, comprising a Dining Room forty feet long and a Hall Kooni of tho name length, which aro being finished in the handsomest possible style; tog thcr with a larg number of Single rooms. The Dining and II 11 rooma will bo ready for the cebbration of tlio Fourth of July. Jfis tablo will be alwnya furnbhed with tlio b?pt Provisions tho market will afford. IIo flB confident thut nil who my favor liim with a call will find thouia lvca p rf .ctly ot home, if good r cconimoJationa and etrict attention will cccon plish it. Tho St' go loivs hero evrry other day for Wliit'i Pig.'on ond K 1 mnzoo. . Conr.tnntino, JmSD, 183G. ltf Tt'T Vl, H3I iiiiit r -)iv 1 nt tl...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

I A f:' f, ft ' I i u ! VOLUME I. Every Wednesday Morning, at the it and formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. L'llman, corner of Canuris and AVater streets. Tim-Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol lar! and fifty emu within the year, or three dollars at the expiration of the year. --Advertising at the usual rates. fT IUIA AND CONSTANTINE ILi STAGE LINE, will commence running regularly for tho season, leaving LIMA on Fri day the I5th inst. and CONSTANTINE on Saturday tholCth inst., via WHITE PIGEON. The regular days of running will bo, leaving Lima on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays; and Constantine on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sat. urdays, at 8 o'clock, A. M. each day. Also, from LIMA to SHERMAN, and run. ning in connection with the Chicago Stago Linn. For scats apply to tho Stago Offices at Li. ma or Constantino. WILLIAM M. CARY, Proprietor. ' Lima, July 13, 1836. 2tf TTnAVERlV STAND AT JL Ai;CTION.--.Tho sub scriber will sell at public auction, on the 10th day of August next, tho...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

Laws of Michigan. an ACT To incorporate the Stockholders , of the Bank of Constantine. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Michi gan, That Willis T. House, Ellas S. Swan, Joshua Gale, John G. Catiicart, Albert E. Massey, William Meek, and Allen Goodridge, be, and they are here by appointed Commissioners to receive sub. scriptions to the capital stock of a Bank to be located in the village of Constantine, St. Joseph County, the capital stock whereof shall be one hundred thousand dollars, to be divided into two thousand shares of fifty dollars each; and books for subscription to said 6tock shall be opened at Constan tine, on the first Monday of January next, and be kept open one week, from 10 oclock, A. M. to 3 oclock, P. M. of each day, at least thirty day's notice being given by said Commissioners, of tho time and place of opening said subscriptions, in one or more newspapers, published in the County of St. Joseph; and said commissioners shall ac...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

D We would refer our readers to an advertise, mont in another column, of the sale of Lots in the Village of Lima, Indiana. Also in the Village of Lexington, Indiana. Also in the Village of Jamostown, Indiana. Extract of a letter from a friend at New-Buffalo, dated Jult 23d, 1836. The ship Julia Palmer came to anchor off this place last Thursday, and after discharging some fjw goods proceeded on her way down. She is a beautiful vesae and haa a majestic appear, ance on the fresh waters of the north. There can be no more convincing proof of the necessity of harbors wherever they are practicable, than the fact of the increasing commerce of Like Michi. gan increasing in every respect, in the amount of goods transported, and the size and beauty of the , vessels engagod in the trade. The ships Julia Palmer and Milwakoo, as well as all the brigs, are intended expressly for tho Upper Lakes, and the value of either of the ships, would make a af , capacious harbor at this place." We have not t...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

AMERICAN IIOTEE AND STAGE HOUSE, . CONSTANTINE. Harvey Hunt, would respect, fullv inform tho public thut no is it lit U iii sa: 1QS "I bJL, fitting up the above cut iblUhment ini.nor in stylo and convenience, to nono in Western Michigan. Tho dimensions of hi houso aro sixty-six feet on Water street, and for ty.four on Washington street, comprimng a Dining Room forty foot long and a Bull Room of the uma length, which aro being finished in tho handsomest possible stylo ; to ther with a large number of Single rooms. Tl.e Dining and Ball rooms will bo ready for tho celebration of tho Fourth of July. Ilia tuble will be always furnished with the best Provisions tho market will afford. Ho feels confident thut all who may favor him with a call will find themselves perfectly at homo, if good accomraoditliona and strict attention will accomplish it. ' - Tho Staga loaves hero every other day for v rule l igeon and Kalamazoo. - Constantinc, Juno 29, 1836. ltf TIT OOKS, just received at the Buff...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

DDISEIKIDCDIEAinKD (DAHDMniDA'lHHas FOE TO TELE tteCDDD Son nDnnKBD0 Enmn0Dni .(So SDdcbDDdo To tfite IDeKZOcratic Eeiectoro of St. Joseph County : Fellow Citizens -.This is the time for united and vigorous action. The principles that we have long been endeavoring to establish and maintain, ore in dancer. The Federalists and Whigs who, after frequently repeated defeat havo for a long time remained inactive, have a woke as if from the lethargy of sleep, and have taken the field against us. Like the last struggle of a dying man, their effort is the effort of desperation, knowing full well if they fail now, they fall to rise no more. If this effort of the Whigs to obtain ascendency had been fair and honorable if they had asked support for their cause for its ,own intrinsic merits if they had openly came forward and solicited the suffrages of the people to aid in the establishment of whig principles, wo should havo had no just cause of complaint. But, fellow-citizens, this is not their ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 August 1836

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Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 August 1836

; VOLUME X CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, AUGUST 10,-1 836. ; NUMBER 0. 4. ft" '.A I J CV- CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, V'' ' nvifoca covrcruY, Emy Wednesday Horsing, at the latana formerly ee espied by Mai. I. J. Ulliuan, corner of CmdmtU and Wauv sireetfc. Tnw Two dollari per annum in advance, two dol Isrs and tfty seats within the year, or three dollara at the einiratioa of the year. Advertising at the usual rates. . - STAGE x,INl will'coiumonce running regularly fur the season, leaving LIMA on Fri. day the 15th inst. and CONSTANTINE on Saturday the 16th inat., Tin WHITE PIGEON. Tb refular days of running; will be, leaving Lima on Monday, Wedneadaya, and Fridaya and Conatantine on Tuesdays, Thnradaya, and Sat. urdays, at 8 o'clock, A. M. each day. Alto, from LIMA to SHERMAN, and run. sing in connection with the Chicago Stage Line. For neat apply to the Stage . Officoa at LU ma or Conatantine. . , WILLIAM M. CARY, Proprietor. Lima, July 13, 1836. Stf . CARRIAGE MAKING. ; CO r? "...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 August 1836

AN ACT to l'gilizo the cliuificatibn of justices of tl3 p jacs in certain casci. 1. Da it enacted by the sennto nnd lvouso of representatives of tho state of Mi. chigan, That in all such townships in this state, in which tho classification of justices of the penco, elected in April, May or Juno last, in pursuance of an ac t, entitled " an uct to provide for tlie election of certain county and township officers," was omitted until after the time specified in said act for tho classification thereof, tho acts of such jus. ticcs shall be valid to all intents and purpo ses as if such classification had been made w ithin the time limited by said act. Provid. cd, however, That this act shall not be so construed as to legalize tlie acts of justices of the peace, whero the classification shall take place after tho passage of this act, or where the said classification was made after tho office of any such justice of tho peace was vacant by law. 2. All acknowledgments of deeds, mortgages, or o...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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