ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Constantine Republican Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 425 items from Constantine Republican, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
425 results
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 July 1837

Preparation for War in Maine.--' Tho Governor of Muino lias issued tho follow ing General Order. Head Qtua-rras, ) Augusta, June 87, 1&37. J Fellow Soldiers. -Tho soil of our Stato lias been invaded. Otio of our citizens, whilo in tho performance of duty required by law, was arrested within tho territory of "Maine, and carried to an adjacent foreign province, whero he now remains incarcer . ated within the walls of a prison. This is but tho repetition of former acts of injustice t committed against our border inhabitants, .. by ' officers acting under the uuthority of tho British province of New Brunswick. Tho integrity of tho state must ho pre served. Maine looks to tho General Gov ernment for redress. Our citizens must bo secure within our limits, and it may bo found neces. sary to biiug forth military power to givo that protection to wliich they aro en. titled. Tho commander in chief, therefore, calls upon tho militia to hold themselves in rca. diness to obey such orders as t...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 July 1837

J GREGORY, MERCHANT TAI. LOK, (recently from Boston,) would res. pectfully inform tho citizens of Three Rivera and Us vicinity, tbat he baa taken a room in T. Mose. lejr'a store, where he will ho happy to exocutJ all orders in tho most fashionable stylo. He will keep constantly on hand.arr assortment of ready made clothing ; also a good aupply of .1 riii r - -.:.,... Vnutin.. and Trimmings, which will bo aold low, and made to ordor. Three Rivera, July SC. 1837. Gw56 TPIENTHEVIEEE iflILX.fi, The pro My prictors inform the public that they hare enlarged, and thoroughly overhauled and repaired their mill, and that no expense haa been spared in producing a firat rate establishment, worthy the patronage of the community, and one which they believe, will prove entirely satisfactory. ' Three new run of the largest Durr stones have been put in, with new screens, fanning mill, bolts, smut machine, and all other necessary machinery of the latest and most approved kind, under tho euperintondan...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 July 1837

I2ALR OP UNIVERSITY AND fcD MJIIOOL LANDS. Agreeably to the requirements of an net entitled "an net to provido for tho disposition of tha university end primary school 1 aid," approved March 21, lc37. Notice is hereby civi n, that no much of tho said lands will bo offered for sab at public miction, on the terms and according to tha provisions of tho act aforesaid, as are embraced in tho counties hcrem after designated. "At tho county seat of Calhoun county, on Wednesday, tho 5th of July noxt. At tho county seat of Kalamazoo county, on ; ' At the county scat of Cass county, on Tur s. day, the 25th ot July next. ' i Al me. county scat ot ct. joscpn coumy, un Tuesday, tho 1st of Aurriist next. At tho counter text of Branch county, on Tues day, the 8i.h ot August next. At the county 6cat of Hillsdale county," on Tuesday, the 15th of August next. - At the county sent of Lenawee county, on Tuesday, tho 22d of August next.' At tha county Boat of Monroe county, on Tues. day, the 29th day of...

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

'...J.-.J. $i 4&44f 0 VOLUME II....No. 5. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST 2, 1837. NUMBER 57. i i u y i-" n 111 II 11 1 I 4 I I f I CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, FDSLUUED BY DAM1X ItlUMliEH, . Every Wednesday Mornlnic, corner of Canarla and Water treeta, at hit Prlntlng-OMre and llook toro, over the Hank. Btalri, outh iide. 1 81 30. if paid in advance t Thmi 3 00, after the first 3 months or I 3 00, at the end of the year. RHUTHS V IIO WITIA1V, having rccclv. ed a ro-supply to their former utock of Goods, which consiHts ot , Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. lery, Medicine, Crockery, School Books, Blank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking. Glasses, Window Glass, '7 hj 9, Sly 10, and 10 by 12. All of which tlicy offer for tho lowest cash pri. ven. They would also inform their frionds and customers, both in St. Josoph and Kalamazoo Counties, that their Flouring mill will be in op. ration by tho Gth February, when they will bo ready to answer all orders for flouring and b...

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

iho great preponderance of federal partiali- I tics among tho youth of our colleges. 13ut there is scarcely an injury or a w rong that tho moro desperate, of tho oppostion are not willing to perpetrate if by it they may hope to advance their party interests in tho least degree. Albany Argus, ' From tlie New York Times - Tho extra session of Congress was do. . tnanded by tho whigs as one of tho thrco ' t great measures by which tho country was to. bo rescued from its existing embarrass, mcnts, and it was accorded to them. Hut as rt js clear enougn mat no rcnei can be 'expected from tho mcro fact of onr rcprc- 'santnlivM hninor frnfliorpft in Wndimrrfnn. instead of attending to their corn at home it is supposed that tho divisors of tho meet- ' ihg contemplated somo legislative action, through which tho succor was to bo do- , prived, and we havo accordingly taken ' virvttf rtniMfl . 4 n lnwn tilint llin7 I nf At . i li.til Dut our laoor tnus iar nas oecn in vain. .They havo no plans, 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. — 2 August 1837

IDT We owo an apology to Mr. Addeily of White Pigeon, for the manner in which his ad. vcrtisement appearod for the last throe insertion!. We had not noticed it until it waa pointed out to ui in tho office after tho last papor was published. Ilia and Mr. Jones' advertisomont of fruit treca wcro mixed together. It appear to-day correct. ETThe cxtrcmo length of tho proceedings of tho Stato Convention baa compelled ua to Ijavo out a number of articlea prepared for to-day'a pa. per. The Crops. & gentleman from Wayno county informes us that tho wheat crop in that country is remarkable fine, that con. siderably moro was sown, and tho product per aero will bo greater than for several years. Corn in that and neighboring coun. tics looks well. AU accounts give tho assuranco that wo aro to havo a year of great plenty af. tcr ono of uncommon scarcity. Ono cir. cumstanco, however, should bo rcmcm bcrcd. Wo shall bo nearly caicn out, and no old wheat or flour will bo left over as has been tho...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 2 August 1837

CJAEE OF UNIVERSITY ANfJ 13 SCHOOL LANDS. Agreeably to the tequlrementa of an act entitled 'an act to provide for the disposition of tho university and primary school lands" approved March 21, 1837. -Not ice U hereby given, that ao much of the aaid lands will be offered for sale at public auction, on the terms and according to the provision of the act aforesaid, as are embraced in the counties herein after designated. At the county sent of Culhoun counly, on Wednesday, the 5th of July next. At the county scot of Kalamazoo county, on Tuesday, the 11th July next. ; At the county seat of Cans county,- on Tuts, day, the 95th of July next. , At Uie county scat of St. Joseph county, on Tuesday, the 1st of August next. At the county seat of. Branch county, on Tucs. day, the 8th of August next. At the county seat ot iniisuaie coumy, un Tuesday, the 15th of August next. At the county soot of Lenawee county, on Tuesday, the 22d of A-igust next. At the county seat of Monroe county, on Tuts day...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 August 1837

A. y i j.jL M "vN sf-rf A Z1 SH? ill &S Xf API III VOLUME II...N0. 0. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST 9, 1837. NUMBER 58. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rPILMHBD IT DANIEL lUUXGER, Every Wednesday Morning, corner of Cansrls and Water streets, ut his Printing-Office and llook store, over the Uutik. Stutrs, aouth aide. ! 1 8'J 5(1, If paid In advance t Thki 3 IN), after the flrat 3 muntha or, l 3 o. at the end or the year RITC1TIIS A, ISO WJTIAN, having rocoiv. ed ro-auppl v to thoir former stock of Goods, which eonsists oi Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. lery, Medicine, Crockery, School Books, Blank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking. Glasses, Window Glass, 7 by 0, 8 by 10, and 10 by 12. All of which they offer for the lowest cash pri. ccs. Thoy would also inform their friends and customers, both in St. Joseph and Kalamazoo Counties, that thoir Flouring mill will be in op chit ion by tho 6;h February, when th.y will b3 ready to answer all orders for flouring and bar. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 August 1837

V THE CROPS. Frnm the Kalsroixoo Ctxettn." pTM tCrpps.--Qir wheat harvest has c6mmenced,arid never, wo helieve, in litis country; under more favorable auspices. Owrcrops last year were large, but farm, cfc tell' us that the present crops ore far superior'. Ono gentleman who has been residing' ,.near . Kalamazoo for tho last five years inf orms us that ho - never saw crops lobta better,1 and that during his whole rcsi dtfncfthoye, he has not had so largo a crop ttf JB average per acre, of wheat, oats and potatoes on his farm, as he has at the pre sent time. . Wo have heard similar accounts from other 'farmers residing in this town. tVe'wish somo of the gentlemen down east' could see tho productiveness of the soil of Michigan : a creat'eontrast is presented be- tween tho beautiful waving grain fields of . . i.i.i.i i tho husbandman, on one side, ana me lands owned by speculators on tho other ; the former yielding its thirty bushels of wheal, and, seventy bushels of oats to the acre, w...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 August 1837

I f LATER FROM MARYLAND. ' DEMOCRACY TRIUMPHANT, 1 From the N. Y.TJme. Maryland Election. Th returns, says the Baltimore Republican, continue to be of the moat cheering description. It will be seen front the fol. lowing returns, that we have certain! elected four out of the eight members, making a gain of one member atalcast. . . ANNE. ARUNDEL COUNTY. Districts. II. McK. K. R. lit, - 86 8G 314 314 3d, . 75 75 73 73 3d, 138 138 95 95 .4th, . 283 278. 144 13G 5th, 292 288 226 224 Cth, . 104 104 175 173 "978 966 1027 1012 Annapolis City, 141 144 131 137 1119 1U3 1159 1139 Baltimore City; C0C2 C031 5794 5732 '' " '7181 7144 C952 C871 Average majority, 251 in the district. THIRD DISTRICT. f'The returns aro very incomplete, but enough is known to render it certain that Mr. Worthington, (V. B.) is elected over Mr. Brown, (V.) SIXTH DISTRICT. In this district Francis Thomas is undoubtedly re-elected. The following is the vote in Fredcr. ick and Washington counties. Alleghany re mains to be ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 August 1837

RSAI.r. Or UNIVERSITY AND 59 fcCHOOL LAND-Agreeably to tho requirements of an act entitled on act to provide far tha dupntilion of lh i univrsity rnd primary school lauds," approved M rcli 21, lt37. Notice is hereby given, that so much of the said lands wjll btfoflcrod for salo it puldio auction, on the terms and tccordiug to the provifiotis of tho act dforesiid, as tra embraced in the counties herein after designated. ' At the county scntf Culhoun county, on Wednesday, the 5th of July next. ' - ' At tho count? sent of Kahnutoo county, on -Tuesday, the lllh July n xt. At the county bciI of Cttis county, on Tucs. day, tho 25th of July next. At tho county seat of St. Jorcph county, on Tuesday, tho 1st of Angust next. At the county seat of Branch county, on Turs. day, the 8th of August next. ' At tho county te it of Hillsdale county; on Tuesday, tha 15ih of August next. At tho county snt of Lentiweo county, on Tucsd y, the 21 of Aumst next; At th county vt of Monroe county, on Tues day...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 August 1837

ill yv m mjr If VOLUME II.:;.No. 7. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST 10, 1837. NUMDEll 50. I' CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ' " I , ' ' DANIEL WUNCKII, ' " 4 Every Wednesday Mornlna, corner of Canaria find Water atreeta, at hla 1'rintlng-OlHee and liook atore, orer the liank. Stairs, aoutb aide. ( 6'2 60, if paid In advance ) nth t or, i rear. aimK 3 uu, aner the nrit 9 mo ( 9 60, at the end of the year. S MITHS & COWMAN, having roceiv. d a re-supply to their former stock of Goods, wluli conauta of , Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. lery, Medicine, Crockery, School Booksj Blank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking. Classes, Window Glass, 7 ly 9, Sly 10, a id 1012. ; Al of which they offer for tho lowest cash pri. cca , They would also inform their friends and customers, - both in St. Joseph and Kalamazoo Counties, that their Flouring mill will bo in op. oration by the 6th February, when they will be ready to answor all orders for flouring and bar. reling, or grinding Cu...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 August 1837

Trom th Hartford Times. CONGRESS. . I. have supposed that the principal if not the only business of tho extra session, will be to urrango tho system of finmcv, which has been thrown out of gear by tho failure of tho banks. Tho management of finan. cial interests, iti till countries, end under , al! forms of civil policy, is tho most difficult concern of government. In most coim. tries tho difficulty consists in raising tho ineccssary revenues' from tin people, for which purpose ministers havo "studied ma hy devices." Tho minister who could .levy iho mosfmoney from ihe people, wtih- out exciting a clamor ; who could dovi.o t'te most artful and insidious means of ex tracting money, 60 that whilst tho peoplo were oppressed and impoverished by taxa tion, they could not discover the hand that imposed tho heavy burdens upon them, was re!Tareea us inc. niosi no o unan tier, and often the most ronular nmiistcr. Our situation at least, for soma years, has been tho reverse of this; tha dilli....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 August 1837

From tbe Dally Free Press. TO TltE DEMOCRACY OF MICHIGAN. NUMBER I. The candidate nominated by the Domocrotie State Convention, for re-election to the offices of Governor, Lieutonant Governor, and Represen tative of Michigan in Con gross, are identified with the democracy of the nation aa well as of the atate. Thoir principle! have been uniform. They have never changed. They have sup. ported, throughout, the general policy, and the important moosuroe, which distinguished the administration of Gon. Jackson. They aup. ported the election of the democratic successor f that illustrious potriot, and they continue to sustain his admin utration. I)y the merits there, fore of these administrations, and by those of Mr. JcrrsasoN and Madison, the democratic candi. dates. are willing to be triod, and to stand or fill in the estimation of the people of Michigan. Of their individual virtues and characters, and of - tho merit of the state administration, we shall speak hereafter. The poople of Mi...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 August 1837

C ALE-OP UNIVERSITY AND k9 SCHOOL LANDS. Agreeably to the cqtuiruncnts of an net entitled "an act to provido for her d i;iwi lion of the university and primary Wuo-jI l.ui.U" upprovd March SI, 1S37. Notice Is licroby given, tint ho much of the said Lnds will bo offered for ab ut public auction, on the t rins u:4 according to tho provisions of, tho act vforosuid, as ura embraced in tho counties herein' after designated. . At tho county scat of Calhoun county, on "Wednesday, tho 5th of July next. ; At the county soat of Kalamazoo county, on Tuesday, tho II th July n'-xt. ' - At tho county scat of Cass county, on Tuts. " day, tha 25th of July njxt. , ' At tho county seut of St. JoucpH county, on Tuesday, tho ltt of August noxt. . "At tho county scut of Branch county, on Tucs. " day, tho 8th of August next. At tha county seit of HillsJ ibcounty, on Tuesday, tho 15th of August njxt. " At the coiin'y sent ot Lcnawoo county, on Tuesday, tho 2:2 J of August next. . At tha county soat of Mon...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 August 1837

v - volume ii...:no. a CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST 23, 1837. NUMBER 60. w CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rCBLUUKD BY Every Wednesday Morning, corner of Canard and Water atreet, at hia rrlntmg-Otnce and Hook tore, over the Ilank. titoira, soutu aide. ( 84 50. if Duid in advance t or, 1 1 ta a till, after the firm 3 iiiontba j I J SO, at tno end of the year. SMITHS & HOWIffAHT, having rocolv. ed a re-supply to their formor stock of Goods, WhuJl consists of . .. Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut iery,.Medicinet Crockery,' School Books, B tank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking Glasses, Window Glass, 7 ly 9, 8 by 10, and 10 ly 12. Afl ' of whicli they offer for tbo lowest cash pri ces Thoy would also inform their friends and customers, botli in St. Joseph and Kalamazoo Counties, that their Flouring mill will bo in op. oration by the Cth February, when they will bo ready to answer all orders for flouring and bar. rcling, or grinding Custom work. . They would further give...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 August 1837

our traps' and move." We ore happy to state that this gentleman frowned upon the infamous project, and compelled him to a bandon it tor tho time being. When these fact were stated to us, Me admitted into our column r a small communication, in which an allusion to the true character of the High Sheriff was made. ( We wish the pullic to take notice that up to this date allusion to the character of the heriff was .made in our paper, notwithstanding he "threatned to raise a mob for the purpose of destroying our property.) On Tuesday j pyening latt after our paper was struck oil', and whille all hapds were at supper, the Sheriff collected a number of druuken Auf fians and with them proceeded !d our. of. firo broke open the door with a heavy billet of wood, invited tho ruffians to step in. , lie said "destroy the d d estab. lishment. I have property erought o pay for it. You shall not be hurt-". Fortun uu.tu t ia!einan who was passing hy, rushed in wiih them, and declared that they could ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 August 1837

t ,Tho following correspondence has been placed in our hands for publication. It will be gcon from it that Mr. G. F. Porter of this city i the author of the communica tion in the Advertiser of Monday, signed Civis" and that ho " freely asserts" that ho did not in that articlo " intend to reflect upon tlio moral character" of Governor Mason. , But Mr. Porter expresses his supprise that the Governor should draw the infer ence from his article that he intended to reflect upon his moral character. Mr. P. must have a low and singular idea of mor. aid, if he did not consider his imputations upon Gov. Mason, as most essentially par taking of that nature. . We venture to say, that there is not a person in town, demo 'crat or whig, who read the article, that did not at once pronounce it a base and pastardly libel upon the moral character of Governor Mason. We have had occasion to know that some high-minded whigs, who are the personal friends of Gov. Mason, unhesitatingly stamped the article ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 August 1837

tciALE-or university ani S SCHOOL LANIS. Agreeably to the eqtuireincnts of un act entitled "an net to provide for her disponition of tho university and primary school lands," approved March SI, 1837.Notice is hereby given, that ho much of tho suid lands will be offered for sale nt public auction, on the terms und according to tho provisions of tho act aforesaid, as are embraced in tho counties herein after designated. At tho county seat of Culhoun county, on ... . . . l - .i . e t. i i Otllicnuujr, iiu uui .niijr in-.. At the county scat of hulaniuaoo county, on Tuesday, the 11th July next. . At tho county soat of Cass county, on Tues. day, tho 33th of July next. At tho county seat of St. Joseph county, on Tuesday, the 1st of August next. At tho county seat of Branch county, on Tues day, the 8th ot August next. At the county seat of Hdlsdalo county, on Tuesday, tho 15th of August next. At tho county seat of Lcnuweo county, on Tuesday, the 22d of August noxt. At tho county soat of Mo...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 August 1837

141 k.J VOLUME II....N0. 9. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST 30, 1837. NUMBER 01. 191 fp fyj 1 CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, prBUn mx . F.very Wedncidoy Mornlrts, corner of Cannrli and Walcr itrertu, nt hii iMntlng-Oflke and Hook store, over ilia Hack. Btatrs, itouth side. (St 60. f paid Ik ndvnnce i I' iti 3 00, eftrr the lint 3 mo n tin j or, I 3 oo, at tbe end of the year ;"I1TIIS & BOWMAN, iavlnp rocoiv. K$ ed a re-supply to thoir former stock of Goods, whub consists of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. Jery, Medicine, Crockery, School Books, fiiank Hooks, Boots and Shoes, Looking Glasses, Window Glass, 7 ly 0, Sly 10, aid 10 by 12. AB of which they offer for the lowest cash pri ces They would also inform their friends and customers, both in St. Joseph and Kalamazoo Counties, that thoir Flouring mill will bo in op eration by the 6th February, when they will bo ready to answer all orders for flouring and bar. r cling, or grinding Custom work. They would furlhor g...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
x
Loading...
x
x