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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 October 1837

ded to the President tho ordinance of tho legislative council. lie nsked that the general government would Interpose, and by lier regular force prevent tho infraction of the constitution and tho- hoslilo invasion of Michigan. He essayed in vain this to prevent , tho contemplated outrage, lie was left to himself, to net under t!w rir cumstenc-'s according tr his 'own convie. ions of duty. Ifis oflk-ial oath was im. ; Operative. The provisions of the ordinance equally so, and 'after exhausting remon strance, ha A lt bound to nssemblo jhe ' freemen of Michigan, cost what it might, on the banks of tho Maumee, in defence of her territorinj limits. And is it for this that he is called a TttAITOBt True it is that tho militia of Ohio did not - p;,enr, hut; it is. equally true, t!iat after lie. in mustered they were uisMnueu an i dismissed' to their' homes--on th'j tiavly Assurance rivim to their Governor," that Mr. Mason would bo immud&u.-ly super : eded as Secretary of the territory, a...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 October 1837

Y f X AN ACT to prdvido for taking the Census . Sec. 1. . Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the Stale r of Michigan, That the collectors chosen in ' the several townships, at the next township meeting, snail be n-fjiurtu to go 10 cacti house in their townships and take an cnu. mc ration of ell the inhabitants, excepting Indians not taxed, residing therein, on the ." second Mouday of October, ono thousand eight hundred and tliiity. seven. Tho said : enumeration sail be taken between the sec . ond Monday of October and tho -first Mon dav of November next. Sec. 2. Tlw names of all males over the opre of twenty -ono yeare shall be enter cd on the list ; tho list shall also distinguish the number of malts and lemali s, the uum t ber of deaf and dumb persons, those under ten years of nge, those ot ten and unuci twenty-one those of twenty-ono and uuder forty-nvo -and tho number ot colored per. cons ; aUo of all grut and saw mills, all car. ding, machines and cklh ...

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

fAEOF UNIVERSITY. la;d S SCHOOL LANI. Agreeably to tho eqtuirruiontn of an net en tit lid "an uct to provide for her disposition of the university and primary school land," approved March 21, 1837. Notice ia hereby given, that no much of the said lands will be offered for sale at public auction, on Uio terras snd according to the provisiona of tho act aforesaid, aa aro embraced in tho counties herein At tUO COUUiy SCal OI Ulliuuu cuuui;, uit Wed csday, tho 5th of July next. A. ilia couniy h(hh oi Vv..ij, Tucad.iy, tho 11th July next. . At tho county seat of Cass county, on Tues day, tho 25lh of July next. At the county scut of St; Joseph county, on Tuesday, tho 1st of August next. At mo couniy scat ol urancu couniy, on uiw lay, the 8th of August next. . At the county Kent of llillsdalo county, on Tuesday, tho 15th of AitRUNt next. ' At tho county Boot of Lcnaweo county, on Tuesday, the 221 of August next. At tho county seat of Monroe county, on Tues day, the 29th day of August next....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 October 1837

T ' t i Volume 1L...N0. .5. CONST ANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY,-MICHIGAN, OCTOBER II. 1837, NUMBER C7. fir "CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, : DAftii:i tutwucn, Every WHncsluy Mornlnw, rnrurr of .CnnnH nn.t : Water street-, ut hi lrliituij-Olfl e i ml Look store, over Hi- Itimk. F.i.lrs. sou'li i le. ( gi t pia I in ii ivan -r f I 3 en nf rr tha nrr .1 mom hs t or, J ria akn. C 3 ,. nt the ttn nt Mil ym r. ITS2S . BGW32 A-T, avinp r c tv. K3 i a r -supply to their former stoek of Goods, whu.ll consists of ' Llry (too. it, Groceries. Hardware, Cut. ' Ury, Medicine, Crocker;, School Hooks, 'Wanb'Eoo?:; Boots and Shoes, Looking. .'Glasses, -Window Glass, ,"7 hj 9, Hly 10, vl U)t!)2. "'' ' Ai of which tlry ofTor'for tha lowest c&nh pri ce Th'y would also inform tlnir fri nils i.n! customers, both in St.'. Jot. pli end K .I.un zoo Cou-ti.-a, that tht -ir Flouring mill will bo in op eration by thti 6ih F. bruury, when th y will b ' Tondy to answer all orders for flouring and bar. rating or grindi...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 October 1837

From tho Monroe Tim2s. Internal Improvements. It will bo rcc. Ueeted, that nt the .U winter session of the ; Legislature, an act was .passed nu'.ho--izinjj.niid diroc'jng 'the Governor of this State to negotiate a lorn of a sinh not ex. cceding five riiiltioiis of Doll ir, for works of Internal Improvement." Soon after t'w adjournmcit of the Legislature, Governor , Mason went to New.Yoik to effect the ob. i'Ct contemihted by tho act referred t . It wu n; expected that thU loan would bo -t. i .t... tt. i o... i.u t , uummeti ih-iuu uui.eu laicn , unu tse,ff authorises tho Governor to negotiate it in Europe. ' Application was made to the Agents ot torei-'ri cai la of foreL'ri capitalist in New l O'k, and assurances were given that tho loan could bo effected, upon the, suuul torms, as soon a tho money would bev required by Michigan. ' We aro informed that that no. gotiation vas commenced, ani assurances of undoubted success given, by Mr. Dvla field, Con'.iier of iho.Pl)03i)ix H uik. In...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 October 1837

v.-' "i 'II 1 .0' V ff 1ST OF LETTEUS remnining in tha JJ J p0st office in Constantino, St. Joseph ooun. ty, Mich., October 1st, 1837. AgirdRoxcindy Mia II .rrison John 3 . Agard Virgin i Miss Johnson J jn.-s La. Jonea Jolin N. Jonns John Esq. Judson Mr, Alloa Al xauder Adams W. II. Abbot S. &. G. B ickwitii Harvey Brown David B -aui -n Moses Bo r G. F. , Beckwith Sidney B-ildj Christian Ben jam n Carolina Beck Sidney CaHwoll William Cory Johna B. Cirn George " Cetton A. F. , -Drigga Miss Frances Eh'er. Ro'srt Ellis Georgi C. Grovtr Aiuesa Kjun John Kemmerling George Lown Michael Mis Sylvanus Mclntnth Aluxaudor Pore James 2 Pet k C therine Mis Russell A. . Swo-t D uiiol W. Sanfori Jo ;l II. Stevens Ambrose Esq, Simpson Wil iam Under wood C barf Woodwortb Samuel Weatln rbei Betsey ' Woods Hugh . . . Grove Daniel P. JOHN 8. BARRY. P. M. TT 1ST OF EETTEKS, reiiiamiii.r i.. -U A tlie Post Oflie at Lima, la., tha quart r, endiug S ptmib r 3Jlh, 1837. Lyman ANby llonry L. AveriU Lund....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 October 1837

f v ,1 Dai: of university laii StIJOOL LAII5. Agrenbly tihe qtuiromenU of in tel cnlithd . u ucl to provide for hr disposition of th univereity 'rd prim, ry chooll nds,M rpprovod M reh 31. U37. Notice hereby givm, that niuo'i of tlx a id lamia will b otl'cr tl for ta'e it publio ouction, on l hi terras and Recording to iho provisious of the act aJbreatH, aa tra embraced in tho countke lur.in ailor d aignatod. , J At tin county toat of Calhoun county, on Wod esday, the 3th of Jelv next. '- At th county soat of K dani-ioo county, on Tuesday the 1 III) July nxt. At the county so it of Caa couniy, oti Tucs day, tho 25th of July next. . . At tht county seU of St, Jo eph county, on Tuesday, the 1st of Auiresf u:xt. . At tl. couniy rcit of Branch county, on Tucs. day, tho 8th of August mxt. At tho county soit of H'.lladulo county, on Tuesday, tho 15th of August next. - At tho county int of Lcmwco county, On ""Tuesday, tho 221 of A'eusl n.xt. , At tho county soat of Monroe county, on Tucs. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 October 1837

.('4 ir. rV I A' v f CONSTANTINE, ST JoSEWrcOUNTV, .MICHIGAN, OCTOUtili 18. 1837. NUMBER C8. 7) M-iCA srti AAfA if - ... .' ....-,...., - . . - - i l if fXONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, tSvnry Wihtnesdi y Mornlne, romer of Camirls n . .Wster strreta nt his rrlnrni;i-Otli e oiid buok- Store, over the llnnk. Htuiri. south utile. : 91, if puiit in bJvaiKe i 3 nu oner ti:e nri j nionwisi or, : ret ahn. Bt the en I of ho ye r. . l JT1I8 A. UOWMAN, bavins: r e tv fo eil t r j-supply to th At former block of Good, whLh consists of Vry Goods, ' Groceries. Hardware, Cut lery, Medicine, Crockery, School Books. 'Hank Books, Bonis and . Shoes, Looking Masses, Window Glass, 7 ly 0, Hby 10, l id 10 Air 12. , . Au of which they offer for tho lowest cash pri ecs Thrjr would also inform ,th. ir fri nds un'l cnsUns, both in St. Jos ph nd Kil tm.zoo Councica, tht th"ir Flouring mill will bo in o. erut ion by th 6ih Fcbrui-ry, when th'y will Jf roady tounewer ull orders for flouring and b.ir. rcling, or grindi...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 October 1837

s; .. -irons governor, . FMB UEUT. GOVERNOR, : SEITATOIR -FOra. 3B SENATORIAI; DISTRICT, For Representatives to the ILegislature, f ' - . , , . . . . . . r .., ...... (EKE (Dw democratic senatorial con, . . VENTION. . m . ' . - r ' r 1 1: Senatorial Convention, convened at Schoolcraft pursuant to "public notice, on the 4th of October inst., .for llio purpose , of nominating a suitable person to bo r supported as candidate for the- office of . Senator, for the 3d Senatorial District of Michigan; the meeting was organized . hv aDDointinor . Hon. Joscnh Vickerv. of Kalamazoo, Chairman, and Daniel t Munger, of St. Joseph, Secretary, pro ' tcm.t ' . r . rr I r rr.ii . VU IIIUIIUU VI Kill UWIUUI1) VI VWIIWUU, . committee of ono from each county was --.j . : Ij port tho names of those who are entitled to , -floats ta ims cuuveuuuii. . The following persons .were appointed ' 4id committee. . ' ' Calhoun, Mr. "Goodwin ; Kalamazoo, ' Mr. Stewart : Cass. Mr. Shenufelt : Van Buren, Mr. Keeler; ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 October 1837

the Mexican schooner Correo of Tabasco. The following excellent Mory i brought by this schooner in relation to the courage of tho Mexicans. "An. English frigate, arri. ying from Vera Cruz, declared that the commander of the Mexican naval forces had gone out of that port with two brigs and one sloop of war, to give chase to the Texans : but that having forgotten his com. Sass, he had re-entered three days after." r. Y. Star. :: Salt Springs. Dr. Houghton is now on a tour of investigation in Saginaw county. He has examined a Salt Spring, near the junction of Salt River with the Tittabawssa, which he pronounces,' says the Saginaw Journal, equal, if not superior, to any he has found in Michigan. The Journal thinks some thing may bo dono the ensueing year in . constructing salt-works at that spring. Adv. At whose recommendation was the law reported, and subsequently passed, under which the above survey was made ? That of the present democratic Candidate for Governor, Stevens T. Mason. Fr...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 October 1837

-1 ?TTt37 GOODS. ISAAC J. ULLMAN, JLM gives nolica la his old fri ud anil custo. mere and ihi public, g nerally, 'that h' has just weevod from New. York at hia NEW STORE,, a very extendi vo und choici stock of Goods, which will bo vol J on the 11101 reasonable terms, wholcsald or retail. BROADCLOTHS. CASSIMEUES, 75 pieces of Broad Cloilu Steel mixed, drab, green, let. tup. do., cadet do., olive, violet, brown up. do., black sup. do., extra sup., blue updo., prunella, and .Dahlia. 50 piccea Caseimeres Printed, drab, Mark, fancy ribbed; striped, London 'drab, buckskin, and lavender. ,50, pieces Satinets Crcen, drab, plaid, plaid and atriped do., blue, steel mix'd, extra do. - l'i piccea of Kentucky join, 300 pairs roso blarlels, 100 MackinawblaukjU, extra white do., blue, brown and grceu. 50. pieces flannel Green, yellow, scarlet, white, silesia, and white domestic. Green faze, green baize, red padding, canton flannel, extra da. col'J do J00O pieces blcechud sheetings and shirtings, t...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 October 1837

-J i J- i : 7 VOLUME II....Nd. 17. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rUBLMUKD BV '' WAN I Eli MITNCER, Erery Werfncadnjr Morains, eorner of Canarla anil Watrr atreeu, ut hia Prlntim-OHlce and llook ' store, over tlie Hank. Btalra. aoutb aide. el .10. If naid In advnnce i I (HI, alter tne nrai J monuii j or res 50, at the end of the yes.r 3 PUTIIS V BO W1TIA1V, havinjr recclv. 5 cd a re-aupply to their formcY atock of poods, whu.h conaiBta of ' ' ' ' ' Vry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. (erg, Medicine, Crockery, School Books, H, lank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking. G.'asses, Window Glass, 7 ly 9, bly 10, aid 10 12. Aft f which they offor for the lowest cash pn. cea They would ulso inform their frienda and euslwiners, both in St. Joseph nnd Kulamazoo Coui.uoa, that thoir Flouring mill will bo in op. eration by tho Cth February, when thoy will be ady to answer all orders for flouring and bar. ng, orgrinding Custom work. . The would further give notice that all persons living on tho south aide...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 October 1837

FOK GOVEKNOB, T'd T. . MA crv ; FOB SENATOR FOEl For Representatives to the legislature, !'(DipiLiusniBiA iAMCJATrisns ; For Judge of Probate, RELIEF RILES. ' Business sf. the Session. The interest s to thro important measures of public pot. "icy is transferred from the Senate to tho Mouse of Representatives. Every ques. tiov (save that of postponement of a depos it with the States of a surplus which does not exist in the Treasury) is now before the House. The opposition have resolved to make war on all tho measures that pas sed the Senate. Their object is agitation. They perceive that if the recommendations of the Message, as embodied in bills, and sanctioned by the Senate, should becomo , Jaws, that quiet will be restored to tho country, and that the pecuniary afairs of banks and individuals, separated from politics, will at once full into their natu. . Tal channels, and pursue that even ten. or. which leads to prosperity, when un. interrupted by party "conflicts. Seeing this, the...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 October 1837

..York for that purpose, as one of them wa nbout to leave for Europe. . The next mor. ning after the letter came to hand, Gov. Mason left here for : New. York according to the request. Now for the sequel. ' The fact and the object of Gov. Mason's departing was known to tho uhigs here, and they immediately set to work to thwart him in tho important measure ho had in view. They had said that Gov. Mason had not obtained tho loan and, that he could not get it : and trembling at tho prospects of his success, they determined to spare no. thing which could have a tendency to rea lize their predictions of his failure. Aware that the capitalists in New. York, from whom the loan was to bo obtainedowned large bodies of land at several important points on tho northern and southern rail, road routes, and little or none on tin cen. tral, they immediately set to work to oper ate upon their interests and their fears. They consequently despatched from this city an insidious letter to that effect by ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 October 1837

u REW GOODS. ISAAC J. ULLMAN gives notica to bia old frienda and cucto mora and tin public g mrully, that h las just rcc.eved fiouj New. York at hia NEW STORE, a very extensive und thoio i stock of Goods, which will be sold on thj moNt reuBonullo terms, wholosdd or retail. BROADCLOTI IS, C ASSI M E RES, 75 pieces of Broad Cloth. Steel mixed, drab, green, let. up. do.r . cadet do., olive, violet, brown sup. do., black, sup. do., extra aup.rblue up. do., prunolla, and Dahlia. 50 piecea Cassimercs Printed, drab, blaek, fancy ribbed, atriped, London drab, buckskin, and lavender. 50 piccea Satinets Green, drab, plaid, plaid . and atriped do., bluo, atecl mix'd, extra do. 12 piecea of Kentucky join, 300 pairs rose blankets, ' 100 Mackinaw blankets, extra white do., bluo, brown and green. . 50 piccea flannel Green, yellow, acarlet, white, eilesia. and white domestic. Green fate, green baize, red padding, canton flannel, extra do. cord do. 1000 pieces blcecliod sheetings and shirtings, tar ...

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 November 1837

Il r ' ) 1 ' i v f 'i ! ! VOUTMR H...:o. 18. CONSTANTINO ST.JOiJ-.PII COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVKMIJKU I. I8:7. ;NUMMiV70. ..i:. .v. . ..... w-'yq-i'-i; "It :JL -a ,J- i , j-'- -v-y Wy wV -,-; - ' " ' - ''"'"5 I, f! V .1 l r ' i 1 A It X it i ! r 'CONSTAN'ilNK liEt UMLICAN, ri u.hkd sv . Emr' XTe'lncs'luy 1 I'Milto. nrnrr of Cannrls ah Water 'rKem. ut tin Proems-OKI -e mil llunk lEsture, over the Uituh. Hh.Ii., ntt t aide. K W lifter tlir lir.t .liin.li lint .)iiiiitlii or, ' ris"s. f .1 Ad. pt the rn.1 of Mi ye r, , - jRJ MITUSA ROW9I AS, living r e v; K3 . el a rr.Mupj)lv toth ir foruu-r t-tock of Goo.l whuh comnHts or - ' Dry ' Goods, Groceries Hardwire.' Cut isry -Med if hie. . Crockery , School Pool, a '?fat Hooks. .-Bonis nnd Shoes, tooling 1'asses, Window Glass, 7 ly 0, My lu. lift 10 A 12. , ,r ' " Ai5 'of wiic!i th-'T o(T-r for tho lowrst e.h pri ce, Th- would ulb infurm tliv ir frrndm.ni1 f (islnfTi tb bo' h . iii- St. Jos:p'i i.tiil K I in hk Cotit.a , tu t in. ir Fiouring ml ...

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 November 1837

. FOR GOVERNOR FOR LIEUT. GOVERNOR, SENATOR FOR 3D SENATORIAL' DISTRICT. For Representatives to the Legislature, : 'IBMAS . SWAM, :' D.(ILlIJfflIBnA' 1LAM ASTISIB For Judge of Probate, ' From tin Grand Itvsr Timce. The Committee appointed ly the Democratic Senatorial Convention, held at Schoolcraft ontheith day of Olfober inst.forthe nomination of a candidate for the third Senatorial' District of Michigan beg leave in the ditcharge of the assigned da. 'ty, to present the following. ADDRESS. TllLOW-ClTIZENS In a government, embracing tho wide ex. tent of country, now included in our con fed. crated states, it is not singular, that collision of interests, discrepancy of opinion, and po. litical faction, should occasionally mar tho peace and tranquility, of tho best and hap. ' ;piest people. But so long as virtue and intelligence, are tho basis of our Republic, honesty and integrity its safeguards, so long 'will it Htanrl nantilt nf ltnrnvl nmht. - tion and while the glory of our free ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 November 1837

t Ohio Election s. -Returns from the intc rior, came yesterday, by th ColumbiH Statesman. They b!ow the democracy of Ohio is not dUhearted. From Logan conn, ty where llurrison had a majority of 76(1, the democratic,, candidate. Poet. Crow, U elected to the slate legislature. Iy a mnjori. ty'of 42. - Nett democrutic gain, 800.- ; Wll done H ; . Franklin County, whieh gave llarison a majority 811, has reduced its majo- i'y to onlv 3. Nett democratic gain, 748. GoNd!! Champaign County where flarwon had 734 majority, has elected the democratic candidate to the legislature, by 13 majority. 'Nett gain for the democracy, 747. Very Goo J ! ! ; Belmont co., whero Harrison had 300 majority has elected the whole democratic ticket. Guernsy co., has neutralized a ITarison majority of 422. and wends a Van Muren man to the legU'ature, in the room of Dig. ger... . ; Deleware co., where Harrison had a ma. jority, of 310. has elected a part of the dem ocrutic tjckrt. , . The whig majority in Warren c...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 November 1837

ir ;. 9 1 ft S if t; : v ! I 11 f' ! i I (-! , i ! f t- ! I- ,i . TVIIIV 0K-ISAAC J. Ul.LMAN XSl if iv iii'ictlo hiii old fii nds ( iil u.o mors tnd ih piblie g n ally, 'h.t h I n jiiK? nrivr-d f oiu Jncw.YoiI a' his NEV STORE, n very vx'et.'i'iv.' mid tWc di e a ol Good, whieh will te col 'on ;lu mtt re on t h t rnis, whol s IJ or rc'sil. mtOADCLOTlIS. 'CASSIMKKE?, 75 pieces of Broad Cio h. Ste: l mixed, draft, green, lei. sup. do., ca t dj., olive, vin'c brown sup. do.. b'ajk sup. do., ixlra tup., like up. do., prunella, and Dahlia. 50 piece Cassimcre Pointed, drab, b'a'k. fancy ribbed, strip d, London diab, buckfki'i. and lavender. ' 50 pieces Satinets -Green, c'ra'v plaid, phvd and striped do., blue, steel inix'd, extra do. . 12 pieces of KcnHicky jein,' 3:10 ra;rs r sc b!at k ts, . lhO Mackii awblankits, extra whitu do., Hue, " tirown ai d green. ' . 50 pieces flaincl Green, yellow, scar!t wH:o. silet-ia,- and white domestic. . O co t fuze,- pi co i la zo, red jailing, canton l...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 November 1837

, y, VOLUME II....Na lOV ' ' CQNSTANTINEST. JOSKPH COUNTY MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 8. 1837. NTTiunrn t ' rnvRTANTlNR HEPimUf,AM iTThKTRQiT hook stohk. 1 ggfei ' ; ! r I j ..... Kn m th Amori,-n .'fT . ' M t --n CONSTANTINE IlEPUBLICAN, , ; ; DANIELS WIUIVGEn, '" '' E very Vc!nr!r.y ornlnjri corner of Cwinris and Wtr treeu, at bit Printing-Office nd liook g store, over the Bank. Htnlri. south iile. , tn" " t ft? 00. if Did In advance! t 9 00, after the fir it 3 months or ( a 60, at the end of the your PJ1TIJS & BOWSXAff, having recelv. f , K3 , ed a ro-suppl v to their former stock of Goods, whuh consists of - ; Jjry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut' iery. Medicine, Crockery, School Boohs, fllank Books, Boots and Shoes, Looking.' t .'asses, Window Glass, 7 by 9, 8 by 10, a id 10 by 12. , Ai of which they oflor for the lowest cash pri. eea They would: also inform their friends and cissUrtnorsv both in St. Joseph and Kalamazoo "Coui.cios, that thnir Flouring mill will be in op. i nO vrsti...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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