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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 February 1837

Correipon lrne Couiif aud ninjulrer. New Orleans, 3J Jan. 1837. The beginning of tho new year has been marked at New Orleans by two dreadful fires, in which five four story houses, nnd nbout thirty frame houses, tho latter chiefly inhabited by poor industrious people, were, leveled with tho ground. 1 enclose one or two slips with the particulars, to which I will merely add thru tho firo department hero is . very defective in its organisation, and that the number of engines und firemen is vcr , inadequate to the rapid iiicieose that istuk. ing place in tho number of ell descriptions of buddings. The progress of tho fire which broke out yesterday nt 10 A. M. in Cirrus street might have been stopped, if tho inha bitants had listened to the advice of a smart young man from Philadelphia of tho name of Tuidall, who was one of the first on the poU lie made himself very useful at the fire, but wished to go to work in the Phlla l;iJUitt puu ivw ium J ' I O down immediately one or two of tho ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 February 1837

1 .1 is I1 1 A I A 1 From tbt National Intelligencer. .ANNUAL TREASURY REPORT. vOf Uiis document, transmitted to both houses of Congress on the first day of tho session, wo havo thought our readers would not bo dissatisfied, for tho present, with an "abridged account, which wo havo arranged under its several natural division! iol. lows; I Receipts and Expenditures for 1630. ' The balanco in the Treasury, on tho 1st 'of January last, was 626,749,803. The .receipts for 1833 are estimated at $47,031, .608, of w hich tho receipts from customs for .tho three first quarters have been 817,523,. 151, and tho receipts from lands, $20,048,. 029. The expenditures for 1830 are as certaincd and estimated ot 831,435,032, of ' which tho payments fjr tho military service, I including fortifications) during the three first quarters, havo amounted to 813,010,. .061. ' . . - Deducting tho expenses of tho year, as. certnined and probable, from the receipts, the balanco which will bo in tho Treasury "on...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 February 1837

m nui u & cowdfiiy. Havlstf one of thn Lest inuortnienti of JU Typ la . ibe western country, are preimreil to turn out . JOB PRINTING, in the nealrst style, nnJ on Utiort notlrs, at IlieolBe of tho Cnntnttii8 Republican. W- M'GAFFEY J AS. EAST 1M MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys fcCoua. lellors at Law. Olfioo throo door wet of the Post Office, Chicago street, White rigcon, Michigan. ' " 1 ' ltSli. nEIASROETON SMITH, M. I. !i Attorney, and Counsellor 'y and Solicitor in Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT,' for Indiana and Michigan: Village of Lima, county sunt of Lagrange County, Indiana. Oflic. south of tho Court House, fronting tho public square, Toledo Street Aug. 21, 130. 8tf NEW ROOKS at. Steele's Bookstore 214 Main street. J Rionzi, the last of the Tribunos, by E. I Bui wer j Japhot io search of a Father, by Capt. Mar. ". Storing of the Sou: Humphrey Clinker J Fielding's History of Torn Jones, 2 vols; Paris bv "TMra.Trollooo: theGipacy, 1 vol. : Paul Clifford Bulwer'a novels, uniform e...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 February 1837

i r fi 1 I ! 4 VOJJHE I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 8, 1837. NUMBER 32. CONSTANTINE "REPUBLICAN, nrnrocn a cottdery, up led kr MaJ ! J. t'luuan, corner of Canarls ud Water streets. T all subscriber vaho commenced previous to number 20 s Taxi Two dollars per annum la advance, two dol lars m4 Aftr within the year, or Uue dollars at It expiration of the year. But, Ts that commencing with and after No.20: t a-l SO. It nald in advance i - tnMi) 3 00. after the first 3 month, t or, rti .MR. ( 3 00, at the end of the year. Advertiiinf at the usual rates. in CABINET WARE HOUSE, Ten door below the Mane ion Houee, Main ttrett. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully inform Che public tint ho continues his business at the above stand, where ho manufacture and keeps constantly on hand every description of Cadinet WoaK, comprising Sofa, Couehe, Sideboards, SecreUriee, Bureau; Book Cae, Wardrobe, PUr, Centre, Card $ Toilet Table, Scroll bottom Tea do. Ladle' Work do. and Stand, Mutic St...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 February 1837

From the Chict American. New Buffalo. Among tho many towns in tlw western country that in assuming tho name, also exhibit much of tho enterprise prosperity and merit of their eastern ex. ampfes, Now.BufTulo, from the information we have recently received of its growth and prosperity, seems entitled to a prominent place. It ia situated at tho mouth of the Gallene river, in tho county of Herrien, Michigan, on an elevation of ground, graJ. ually rising from tho tshoro of our great lake. It U distant only eight miles tVoru the best settled prairies in Michigan ; and has in its immediate vicjaity an extensive growth of fine timber which supports a flourishing lumber trade. Gallene Lako fas it nrobablv onco was, but now more propei ly called a marsh) forms with the river, great natural facilities for a basin and harbor. Tho stream is considered to be two-third as lariro as the Chicaso river ; and several times larger even than Trail Creek, in Indiana ! It has from seven to fourteen feet o...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 February 1837

- 1 W ioom other internal improvements, for the gen. ral benefit of the state, by the Legislature. The decision of that body aa to the final disposal of , our bar of tha aurplua revenue, and the five per ent. on publio lands, will be looked to with an anxlouaeye. On the 97th ult. Mr. Ellis, Sonator from Mon. Mo county, laid tho following resolution on the tablet Resolved. That the committeo on internal im. provement bo instructed to inquiro into tho expe. diency of providing lit. For the appointment, by a joint rote of both houses of the legislature of a board of Coin, missioners of internal improvemont, to consist of ve or eevm members. . . . 3d. Authorizing the executive to employ a corps of engineers to survey three routes through . tho Northern, Southern and Middle countba of .the state, aa thoroughfares of internal communi. cation, to be located and commenced with all convenient dispatch. 3J. Providing for a loan of throe or five mill. Ion of dollars, to be called for from timo...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 February 1837

Tra ATTERSOW, GARDNER AND JUT MATHER, Import and sell, CHINA, GLASS, AND EAUTIIEN.WARE, at the lowest New. York pricis, (adding only the lowest rate of carriage,) at the sign of tlie Large Pitch. r. No. 112 Jefferson Avenue, Detroit. The above firm being a branch of an extensive house at Buffalo, N. Y. (well know through the western country,) under the firm of Gardner Si. Patterson, are determined to tell every arteile in their line a low and on at accommodating terms as any house in the United States. The subscribers from their acquaintance with the various potteries in England, have boen abld (by psrsonal attention) to make such selections, us will warrant them in asserting that their ware, in point of quality and elegance is not inferior to any imported. P. G. &. M. P. G. it. M. have connected with thrir es. tablishment, an extensive LOOKING-GLASS FACTORY, which cnubles them to sell tlmt ar. tirU lower than the same can be bought in New. York citv. The subscribers will keep c...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 15 February 1837

VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE,, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 15, 1837. NUMBER 33. ( f t C02JSTANTINE H-rUELICAN ". rOBUSBKS IT ' , ' mmofcn & cowdeiiy, ' ' Bvarv Wednesday Morning, at tbo ttand formerly oe wpled by Ma). L J. t'Umaa, corner of Canarit and . Water atreeta. To all oubecribert who commenced pretiovo to ' number 20 s Tun Two dollars per annum in advanee, two dot - Ura and Ifty cent with! a tbe year, or tbree dollara at I bo expiration of tbe year, But, 'To thoee commencing with and after No- 20 t "(fa SO, If paid la advanca ( Xkavat 3 00, after the firat 8 month i or. t 9 oo, at tno end or tno year Advertising at the usual rate. CABINET WAIXE IIOFSE, Ten doore below tho Maneion Houee, Main treet. WM. GALLIGAN roapoctfully informs the public that he continues his business at the ' above stand, where he manufactures and koeps constantly on hand every description of Cabinet Wobk, comprising Sofa; Couches, Sideboards, Secretaries, Bureau; Book Caeee, Wardrobes, Pier, Ce...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 15 February 1837

Mexico Under this impression, ho thought 1 it our duty to rccognizo at tho earliest period the independonco of Texas, for the good tjoth of that country and Mexico. If tins were not done, and the contest should con tinue, Texas would not bo confined within the limits of the Del Norte. Sho would pass over, and shake tho Mexican Confe. doracy, or whatever else it might be called. Mr. C. was willing to vote for tho recogni tion, md tho earlier tho better. The message and documents were now lro3 on tho table, and ordered to bo printed. House or Repbrsentatives. January 25, 1837. Tho hour having elapsed, the House, on notion of Mr. Vandcrpocl, proccedo i to tho orders of tho day. - ADMISSION OF MICHIGAN. The unfinished business was tho Dill to nrovido for tho admission of tho State of Michigan into the Union ; and tho pending questionr was on the demand of Mr. Abijah Mann, submitted yesterday for tho previous question. Tho House seconded the call, and order ed that tho main question shou...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 15 February 1837

r t i .. D" Mr. P. Tver t a, of the assembly, in the 2f. Y. legislature, directed a number of the Globe ' to m journeyman lately iu this office, from which TFt copy the yeas and nays, oa the admission bill. We thank him for tho favor. Mr.T. ia a member from Palmyra, a printer and formerly editor of the Wayne Sentinel. There are two other ex. ditors and prlntera in the aaacmbly of that state ; JUr. D. Sibley of Rochester, and Mr. B. Smead of Bath- Mr. Mack of Ithaca, ia a aenator, in the lame legislature, and Mr. Doubloday of Au burn, a member of congress -both printera and lately editora. And Petor Force, a printer, once a fellow journeyman in an office with ua, in the ity of New, York, ia now mayor of waauington. We published an article last week, from tho TV. Y. Evening Star, on the respectability of the printing business, and givo these facta merely in confirmation of somo of tho statements of that articlo. ' D Some democrat has said, that Mr. Witt, . in congress, was a misnomer....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 15 February 1837

TtTATTERSOHf, OARDHFJI ANI ii MATH Kit, Import end roll, CHINA, ULASS, AND EARTHEN.WARE, at the loweut'New-York prices, (add ing only the lowest rule of'carrUgo,) at tho sign of the Largt Pitch, tr. No. 112 Jofforson Avonuo, Detroit. Tho above firm bing a branch of on extensiya house &t Buffalo, N. Y. (well know through tho western country,) under the firm of Gardner & Patterson, are determined to tell etiry arte He in their line at low and on at accommodating termt aa any house injtho United Stat op. The subscribers from tlicir acquaintance with tho various potteries in England, have bxri ftUi (by personal attsnlion) to make such sanctions, hs will warrant thrni in assirtinfj that their vuri, in point of quality and ol.'ganoj is not inferior to ory imported. P. G. &, M. r, G. Sc. M. hive connected with their rp tnblishment, an extensive LOUK1NO.U LASS FACTORY, which enables tluia to sdl t nt ar ticlo lower than tho samo cm bo bought in Nuw. York city. Tho cubscribrs wil...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 22 February 1837

t . I'll . s J il ir b w m r i i 'w v i ill J ! bi inr i mi i i it I X in 1 JSQliUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 22, 1837. NUMBER! 34; ' 9' V- . L CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, reai-UHM t , ". j. - i laUWOEa A COWBSBY, . . ,r-ye9netdy Morning, at the stand formerly oe. - , V by Ms. I. J. Ulmsa, corner of Cuuli and t , . Water streets. . TV sll sulfcrrter teA eoromeiwerf prertout f ) number SO : TkemiTwo dollaf i per annum la advance, two dol- I , law and fifty oenttwUffinyjeyeM. or three dollart at I ."a esplratioa of . the year. But t 2"$ commencing with' after No. 20 . " i '" (tbb ritrr ciOAftstD xupssx. ' t . . (, If paid In advance r .''. "' XUK4 3 00. after the first 3 months or. pan amk. f 3 SO. at the end of the year. . VtdvertJln at the uiual rates. AC2IJET WAIXE HOUSE, Tn .rfsort below Ike Mantion Home, Main - atrset. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs .the public that he continues his business at the aW'-wtand, whore he manufactures and keeps naantlyon4i...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 22 February 1837

Horn ih Monroe Time Extra. DANK OF MONUOK. With much satisfaction wo announce to the public, that the stock of this institution, having changed hands, U about to be in creased to $500,000. Mr. Ilarleston having sold his entire in. tcrest in tho Dank, in succeeded, in his rapacity of Cashier, by B. J. Hathaway, Esq., a gentleman possessing the character and accomplishments which render him pe criiarly qualified for the station so nbly and acceptably filled by so worthy a predeces. sac At a meeting of the Stockholders mid Doard of Directors of the Dank of Monroo, held at their Danking House, this day tiEO-isE D. Haklestox, Escj. resigned his situation of Cashier and Director in tho Institution, and O. CoVDERV,Esq., was up. pointed a Director and Vice President by the Board for tho remainder of tho year, and Bailey J. IIathatvai, Esq. was ap. jointed Cashier. Dy order of tho Doard: D. J. HATHAWAY, Cashier. Monroo, Feb. 10, 1837. From the Kuluiiiur.oo Gazelt. Mr. Ewtor: As an almost uni...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 22 February 1837

CONGRESSIONAL G 10 BE. -From the experiment we have made, it is Ascertained that the patronage of the coun. try, will support our annual publication of the proceedings, and speeches made in Con. S-ess. We therefore propose to prosecute e design, and confidently hope to improve and perfect it. . In giving, from week to week, a succinct and clear report of the proceedings ot both branches of tho Congress a brief and con densed report of the substance of the re. marks of each speaker, using tho prcciso words upon the main points touched the yeas and nays on all important questions, and concluding the volume, after the ad. journment, with an index for referenco ; a great deal was done towards giving on ac curate parliamentary history of the pro ccedings of one of the greatest and ablest representative assemblies in the world an assembly, on the deliberations of which, tho destinies of the freo institutions of this country depend for their maintenance ; and therefore, in some degree, fre...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 22 February 1837

v J -,- . ! -.. 7- PATTERSON, GARDNER AND Mather, import ana wii, china, GLASS, AND EARTHENAYARE, at the kwut Now-York pricej, (adding only the lowest vateof carriage,) at the sign of the Large filch. r, No. 112 Jefferson Avenue, Dotroit. The above firm being a branch of on extensive house at Buffalo, N. Y. (well know through tho western country,) under tho firm of Gardner 6c Patterson, are determined to tell every arteile in their line at low and on at accommodating termt aa any house in the United SUto. The subscribers from their acquaintance with tho vorioua pttteries in England, have Iwn aids (by personal attnntion) to inoko s uch selections, it will warrant them in assorting that their warn, in point of quality und cioganoo in not inferior to any imported. L & M. T. G. Sc. M. have connected with their es tablishment, an extensive LOOKING-GLASS FACTORY t w tch enables them to sull that ar ticle lower than tho aaiao can 1 bought in New. v.i, nif. Thn subscribers will koui con...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 March 1837

If ..I ' 1 MJ U f VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MARCH 1, 1837. NUMBER 35. ai . .... v . w j . . - i i i feu V Vt A a. h t ! i rv t 1- t 4 I'-li t! ,1 CONSTANTINE. ItEPUBLlCAN, rCBLIIUKD IT ' ' ' HUNGER Sc COWDEBY, very Wednesday Morninc, corner of Canarls and Water street, at their Prlntlng-Offlce and Book tore, over the Bank. Stairs, south aide. To all tubtcribers who commenced previous to number 20 : Term Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol-, Uri and fifty eenta within the year, or three dollara at Ibe expiration of the year. But, To those commencing with and after No-20 TBI FIRST ENLARGED HI' MS SR. J t 1 50. If nald In advance t luvi 3 00. after the first 3 months t or. m Aim. ( 3 SO, at the end of the year. Advertising at the nsual rates. jCIIOOL BOOKS, a New Supply IS among which aro I,oathor and cloth bound, cheap Testaments J Definition and common English Readers ; Bioko's Historical Reader ; Webster's and Walker's Dictionaries ; Woodbridge's and ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 March 1837

Corrrsponlencs of tLs Courtrr aal Knaulrsr. New Orleans, 31st January, 1837. The schooner Lucy arrived yesterday from Tampico, but having sailed on the 12th instant with tlio Bonita, anJ not on the 10th, as erroneously stated in tho shipping ppmg that latter . list, we have r.o later accounts Irom ouarlerthan thoso brought by the esstl,and consequently tho rumors sprcud abroad of tho movements of Bravo, or l!ie total desersion of his army arc totnly un founded. Among the passengers on board tho Lucy is Mr. Robertson, American Con sul at Tampico, to which, gentleman I was yesterday introduced by a friend. .Mr. Hob ertson could not give ino any information in addition to that I am in possession of, on the state of organized anarchy and confusion prevailing in that unhappy country, further than that tho partizans of tho present ad ttiinstrarion, and the .Mexicans in general, entertained great tears ot the projects of the traitor Santa Anna, (as ho is ptyled by many,) , on his return to...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 March 1837

of MATCHED Inquiro at this 33 frnflU ifhdersigned hereby gives notice that iL be will do Conveyancing, tuko proofs and cknowlcdgmonts of Deeds, mortgiges, take affi davits, protoit bills and notes for non-payment, and attend to all other business pertaining to the duties of his office. JAS. EASTMAN JOHNSON. Ifotary Public, In and for tha County of St. Jo. aeph. White Pigeon. March 1. 1637. 33tf T""TIaLES' 111X9 AND JUEEP. IVll The Genuine Hvgciin Medicine of the American College of II talth. The subscriber having been appointeiDistrict Agent for the west part of Michigan, for tho sale of the above Medicine, and publications of a dd College, is pn. pared to appoint agents, on application, in all the different villsgea in his district. Volinia, Mr. 1 1837. GEO. FREESE. fSUESTITETE FOIl CALOMEL. Miles' mis, the G-nuine Hygeian Medi cine of the American Collage of Health, proves on trial to possess all the good qualities, and none of tho deleterious consequences of Cilomol. For K.leby G...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 March 1837

HDATTehson, uib:w anr ii MATH MIC,' Import nnd sell, CHINA, CLASS, AND EARTH EN.YARE,ai tho U.vo: t New.York prigos, (adding only tho lowest rato of carriage) at tho sign of thu Large Pitch, tr. No. 1L2 J.'lllrson Avenue, lMroit.. Tho abovo firm being a br inch of r.n cxtcmivo houso at Uurt'.lo, N. Y. (well know through, tlio western country,) under tlio firm of Gardner &. Patterson, aro d;tormini to sell every artcile in their ' linti as fow and on as accommodating terms as uny lioiiua in the United St itr.s. Tho subscribers from their acquaintance with ho various potteries in England, htvo b-en al lo (by jterxonal attention) to maka such m l ctions, u will warrant 1Imiu in assorting that their ware, in point of quality und clcgancs is not inferior to any imported. V G. k T. G. M. havo connoted with th. ir . tabliahment, nn extensive LOUhlNU.o l.Aib FACTORY, w ich enables thorn to sjll t ut ur ticli lower th;m tho saino can bo bought in New. York city. The subscribers will koep...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 March 1837

... V , VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MARCH 8, 1837. i ..I NUMBER 3C. r. v IP ' CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ' ' rnsLiinico t " " WUNCEn & COWDE11Y, ' vry Wednesday Morning, corner of CanarU and Water strceu. at their Friatlnt-Offlca and Book ators, over the Bank. Stairs, outbelde. To all sulscrilers who commenced prttioa to ' 'numtsr 20: Tva Two dnllnrs per annum in advance, two dol Ura and fifty cent witliia the year, or three dollars at lt expiration of the year. But, 1 those commencing with and after No. 20 j 4 f Ta miT axiiaoae hlmbu. f 1 SO. If naid in advance i J "Taut i 3 00, after the ftrtt 3 montbe t or ran t t ( 3 au, at tue end oi tna year, dvertiiinr at the usual rates. RCIIOOL HOOKS, New Supply rj among which are Leather and cloth bound, cheap Testament! j f Definition and common Englieh Readers . Blake's Historical Roadcr J Wtsbetor'a and Walkor's Dictionanea ; Woodbridgc'a and Olney's Geographies fit All.; Parley's Goojrraphy and Talos I mars ; '...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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