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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 8 November 1837

'. hi unoffending neighbor, though ho docs not appear to have inflicted an equally se. .ere punishment upon his own stupid head as upon that of his fellow lodger. On de. scending to his own room ho found his wife fat asleep in his own bed. Tho poor neighbor overhead was the worst off of the whole party. Ho was soundly buffeted and his swollen and disfigured faco.did not allow him for several -days .Afterwards- to Venture abroad. " r , f . . . (wnfcr?t,,iVbf.---r$iP,notcs..ontho Pnmmprrin! Rnnlt nf Cincinnati, made nnV- able to Wm. . M. W ales, dated Oct. 12, 1630, Wm. S." Hatch, 'cashier, aro in cirou. lationl Tho genuine notes in that year - aro sitiried by James Hall, cashier. ' .. v Counteract 8lOV en tho Pctcrslii rgh Rrqnch of the Bank of Virginia, payable to John F. May, dated July. 1832, uIko&Vs of tiio Lynchburgh Hmi.ch of that bar.k, and $5s of tho Charleston Branch, tho last with'oht uumbcrs or lettersj aro in circula tion. - A short timo since, Mills, thaindefatiga. b...

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 November 1837

. ,. Mr Smith, a merchant of Rochester, was robbed of $9000 between Albany and Sy. racusoon Saturday r last $2000 in gold, $2000 in Michigan (chiefly Detroit) bills, and )n fcatcty t unci and liastern bills ,.--.. . Tj i " ; ' CJteering.--Buslncss is greatly reviving at Ualtimorc. Tho distress party the feds--are getting savage at tho prospect of better times. 1 heir only hopo of success against the administration was based on tho suffering or tho people, It a all up with them. JV. Yr. Daily News. j.:-'t- i : ! L . ' OrMr,' Brown will preach in tho school house at 1 o'clock P. M. On the 12th inst. in' this Village." . ' ' Ckstbeville, November lit, 1837. To the Hon. John Stukokis and Charles D. Fitch, Associate Judge of the Circuit Court of the third Judicial Circuit of the State of Michi gan for the County of St. Joseph ; and to Ed ward A. Taombulf, sheriff of St. Joseph County, Michigan ..The - undersigned, Treasurer of said County hereby respectfully resigns the said office of Tr...

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 November 1837

"PTEW GOODS. ISAAC J. ULLMAN -JLm givca notico to hia old friends and custo" ruers and tho public generally, that he haa just rccevod from New. York at hia NEW STORE, a very extensive and choice stock of Goods, which will be aold ou tho moat reasonable ' tonus, wholosald or retail. BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMERES, &C. T,73 pieces of Broad Cloth- Steel mixed, drab, green, let. aup. do., cadet do., olive, violet, brown aup. do., black aup. do., extra aup., blue up. do., prunella, and Dahlia. 50 piccea Cassimeres Printed, drab, blark, fancy ribbed, atriped, London drab, buckskin, Mid lavender. ' . 50 piecea Satinets Green, drab, plaid, plaid and atriped do., blue, steel mix'd, extra do. 12 piccea of Kentucky jcin, ' 300 paira rose blankets, 100 Mackinaw blankets, extra white do., blue, brown and green. 50 piecea flannel Green, yellow, acarlct, white, silcsia, and white domestic. Green faze, green baize, rod padding, canton flannel, extra do. col'd do. i 1000 pieces bleeched sheetings and s...

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 November 1837

1 -l y 1H VOLUME II....N0. 20. m CONSTAT TINE HEl'UBLICAN, ''it very 'Weifnrntr)' ornin, corner of Cnnarli iui'1 f Wat! street, at hla rrlntinjt-OinrS and llook . Qatorc, over the Hank. Htuirs, aouth aide. ( 84 AO, if naiil in advance 1 I' Jmi 3 00 after the first 3 month or ' ( l AO. at the end of the ye r. IlTIIg A IM WITIAIV, having rc. lv. t K ' & n ro-aupply to tluir former stock of Goods, t whwh consists of i '...; h '.i)rj : Goods, 'Groceries, Hardware, Cut. tienf, Medicine, Crockery, School Books, 1 Blank. Books,-Boots and Sheet, Looking'. OJasses, Window Glass, 7 ly 9, 8 ly 10, diaMO byY2.. ); w.- I VM. of which they offer for the lowest cash pri. ,'Ccj, , They would also inform thoir friends und usluxnera, both in St. Joseph nnd Kilunizoo "Couutjes, that tlnir Flouring mill will bo in op. ration by the 6th February, when thsy will bi vt'tij to ahswer all orders for flouring and bar. .?,.ig, or grinding Custom work., . j r ",.Tiio Would further give notice that all pers...

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 November 1837

AN ABANDONED VILLAIN. -. Louisville, Sept. 1. At ;o i'DtaJock to-day Jones an J Thomp son fiwsumcd' names) wero hung for mur- hands with' each others and without any an- parent trepidation wero swung into eternity. .Thompson waawiuTout " any genius of -ha own, and has been the mere exoeution- er of fcbe Mariner .villanv of Jone? and oth- ers. Jones has mrftlo a donation of h3 confession to' Mrs.' OlJhnm widow of tho .late jailor. ' ; According to thi, it Kcems he was iKim.in. England, or a good tamny, nnd wnsa "merchant in London, whero ho failed fdr'throe' hundred and fifty thousand ;iiounds sterliDK. showing assets for one hundred and ninety two. t Hero, be .Bays, he deposited 50,000 'without The knowledge of - his creditors, in tho hands of a rich banker, brought his .wife and three children daughters whom he d ucated we 11) to New York, whero they married respectably and still live. At this place, his wifo died: nftor which he returned 1 to London and claimed of his banker,' 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. — 15 November 1837

EADIES FAIR. J Wc '.understand thcro will bo a Ladies Fair at White rigeon, on tho evoning of Tnanksgiv. ing. We hope that the young gentlemen of this 1 place will be "on hand." Particulars next week. TO PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS. For salo Ono of White's Stomach pump and cupping apparatus, with uippb glass and exhausting pump, improved by Rogers. Also, scarificator of sixtoen lancet. The above nr. 'ticloa aro now and in gooj order. Apply to the subscriber, throo miLs Wwt of Constantine, on tho St.' Joseph River. JAMES II. HENDERSON. . Nov. 15, 1837. . 72tf TKNE CASE OP HEAVY 1JLACK & MIXED SATTINETTS, just received and are offered low by tho piece. : Nov. 15. TIIOS. MOSELEY. Av SPECIAE TERITI of the Frobate . Court for St. Josoph county, will bo held at my office at .Contreville on Monday the 30th inst. at S o'clock P. M. C. INGERSON, t Nov. 15. lw72 ' Judgo of Probate. TO THE ELECTORS OF THE TOWNSHIP OF CONSTANTINE Public notice is heruby given, that a town meet. Jing will bo h...

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 November 1837

) i .A i r I!) 8 r ' TTET GOODS'-ISAAC J. ULLMAN Jj . jivca notice to hit old friends and custo sjters k and , i tha ' public generally, that ho has feist rreeved , from , New.York st his NEW PTORE, a very extensivo and choic i stock of Poods wluch will be sold on tho mo t reasonable larms, wholesald or retail. BROADCLOTHS, CASSIMRRES, &C. 75 pieces of Broad Cloth Steol mixed, drab, creeni. let. sup. do., cadet do., olive, violet, brown aup. do., black sup. do., extra sup., blue up. do., prunella, ana uanna. 50 pieces Cassimcres Printod, " drab, black, fancy- ribbed, striped, London drab, buckskin, and lavender. .,., 50 pieces Satinets Green, drab, pin id, plaid find striped do., blue, atccl mix'd, extra do, , 13 pieces of Kentucky jvin, 1 500 pairs rose, blankets, . 1QQ Mackinaw blankets, extra white do., blue, trown and green. 1 --60 peecs flannel Green, yellow, scarlet, syhite, sHesia, and white domestic. Green fazo, green baize, red padding, canton flannel, extra do. col'd d...

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 November 1837

ffo-rp J. ' - I -.; ' : ' -rtJ LV A ' to J - .; jr . . ...... . I 1 0 11 L 'VOLUME II....Na 21. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 22. 1837. NUMBER 73. If In. .csv r7 7 7 L-S COTANTiNUEFUliLlCAN, - - - fl'ILItRKU rv' Wiacd )' 'Bins, cori rr of Cunarls ami Watrr streets, nt hi Printing-Office and nook, tore, over the Uank. titalrs, aoutli side. If In advance ) ! J no after the flrst 3 month t or, na ann 1,73 50. at the r-nd of the year. MORTGAGE SALE.--Default having bein made in tha piyment of i certain sum of momy a cired to ba paid by. ind nlure of mortgage, bearing dato the twonty.fourth day of May, in thVyo ir of our Lord one thous .nd eight hundrtd and, thirty.six, executed by GorgoJ. Clark and S d i C. Goodrich, of Monroo county andstataofMichiiian, to Willis T. House, Isaac J.MJUmann Mind Willi-un II. Admw, of St. Jo. acph county in the stat? of Michigan, of all that cartnin pieoi or p.. reel of l.md, situ ite in the vil. lag of Constantino, known and designat...

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 November 1837

fc The following communication, which we received by mail, 13 inserted at the request of the memorialists. To the Honorable the Legislature of the Slate of Michigan, Your memorialists, the Supervisors of . the c bunty of Hillsdale," respectfully repre writ v. r; - j - i That they consider the exMing laws for the'rcol lection of State end county taxes, as unequal and oppressive, and as repugnant to and contravening that clause in our con . stitution' Which declares that no man or set of men shall be entitled to exclusive or sep. arais privileges. " That each county is required by the present arrangement to pay its proportion of the county and State taxes, without the authority to collect the samn by law, as soon as it is required to be paid by the officers of the State government, without first col . lecting the whole amount from tho resident settlers, thereby rendering taxation unequal incident upon the settlement of a new country, and granting to the non-resi-dent land holder disti...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 29 November 1837

4- U ! l- i - :"'-" -VOLUME II....X0. 'J2. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 29. 1837. NUMBER 74. ij i . . run in 1 mi ims. c ill i 1 u ;vu . iai in . : t. f.f i (I .3 -.1.17 urJ C0NSTANT1NE REPUBLICAN, ri'susus '..' DAX1UL IIITNCEII, vrry XK'tA rertiy rnin, ri ri of Crnnris n Wtr trret. ut tin Print nn-Ofli e i.nJ iiuok tore, over the Can. rtulrs. nourh stile. 1 mi m. g 1 M, if I'Hl l in ndvuiii-et AUMS J Wl uf.er the first 3 uiuiittie ( or, ' rta akn. 3 Mi, , t the i-n.l of the ye,r. tV TOnTGAOESAIiE. D fjulth vinp ' Ifli be n madi in thi p vm nt oft certain turn of mon y aecur h! to b ) paid by ind nturo of mortgage, b ariug natmne iw nty-iounn uay or ' May. in th J ye ir of o ir L rd one I lions n I cigh- bundr d and lbirty-ix, x.cutel by U orgu J. 'Cl trk and S C. Goodrich, of Mv.ro) cointy and stat t of Micbi - an. t Willis T. Homo. I a o J. Ullm inn and Willi mi II. A I uns, of S'.Ju. ' seph county in tie Btat of Michigan, of ull t!.a . erttin piec or p .reel...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 29 November 1837

.;;. m-'. . t, a ; tI:Y-1 , i tr.r.: s V.,'J ' :! ": m'l; V ' ' From Die Burlington fentliicl. Later from Canuda the Press of the Vindicator destroyed! We learn to-day, (Wednesday) by a passenger in last night's boat, from Montreal, that tho Tress of the leading Liberal paper in Canada, was en tirely destroyed by tlio Tories on Monday night last. The typo, with a largo quantity of printing paper was scattered about tho streets. Considerable excitement prevailed among tho Liberals, mid it was feared that retalia iiou would bo made on tho presses of tho TnrlrV'- Thrv lmilinrr I.ilmrnlj linwrvnr. - 0 .. 7 doing all in their power to prevent it. The - . ,.c ,i. ir.'-.i:-. -:,i would be issued at tho office of tho Mi. nerve. (T Tho Vindicator received yesterday, dated Nov. 3d, contains a long letter from John James Lurtiguc, Bishop of Moutrcal, to "tho clergy and all the faithful" of his diocese, in which he declares himself in favor of the Government. The reception of tho Bishop's lette...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 December 1837

CQHSTAHTiHE .REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAYOCTOBER 0, 1637. ; (CTVo iasuo to-day, something as near tho shape of a nowspapcr as possible, merely to com. ply with the requirements of tho law, with regard to legal advertisements. It will probably bo two weeks beforo wo recoivo our supply of papor. CTTho Southorn Rail Road has been pcrma. nently located through Constantino. Wo copy tho following, on tho subject, from tho Monroo Times : SOUTHERN RAIL ROAD LOCATED. The commissioners have been in session in this city yesterday and to-day, delibera. ting on tho location of tho Southern route, whether by Tecumseh or Adrian : and af. ter a full and patient investigation of the subject have adopted, and wisely and im. partially as we doubt not, tho routo desig nated in the following resolution : On motion of Jas. U. Hunt. Resolved, That the Southern Rail Road be established' and located as follows: Commencing on tho navigablo waters of the River Raisin, and running through tho city of Monroo to tho li...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 December 1837

MORTGAGE SALE. Default Laving been mado in the paymentof a certain sum of money secured to bo paid by'indenture of mortgage, bearing date the twe'nty.fourth day of May, in the year of our Lord ono thousand eight hundred and thirty-six, executed by Goorgc J. Clark and Sola C. Goodrich, of Monroo county and Htato of Michigan, to Willis T. House, Isaac J. Ulhnann and William II. Adams, of St. Jo seph county in the stato of Michigan, of all that certain piece or parcel of land, situato in the vil lage ofConstantine, known and designated as the west half of lot number eight, in section numbor five, as numbered and described on the plat of said village, which is recorded in the offico of tho register of deeds, in and for St. Joseph county, which said mortgage was given tosecuro the payment of the purchaso money of tho abovo described premises, and was recorded in tho rcg. istcr's offico of said county of St. Joseph, on tho twenty-fourth day of May, A. D. 183C, at ono o'. clock P. M. of sa...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 December 1837

C0:1STM1TI!1E REFUDLICAtl. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1837. O" This, is published merely to save the legal advctUncmen'.s. CTNews fro.u. Canada very, interesting, but no paper 'o tell the story. TtfOTICE is heroby given that an rpplica. J.M tion will be made to the Legislature of the Stato of Michigan r t its next session, to r;move .the claims of I o State froai soe'ior 3f, in town, hip 5, south of ranga 10 we Doe. 16, 1837. ETTLERS THEREON. JT) fZL BOXES GLASS, this (I iy rcceiy AJPJJ el D-c, 12. el, by THOS, MOSELEY. 3ot.f IMEW GOODS! NEW GOODS I ! dM C. L. &. A. MILLER, have just received, Airoct from New York, a great assortment of DRY "GOODS, consisting of Broad Cloths, CasNtmercs and Sattinets, of assorted colors and 'qrolitics; Moleskin, Buffalo Ciothsr,.Fuslians. "Vobotccn, Twilled Velvets, Bangup Cord, TwiJ. 'Hod Slormants, ice. &.c. A great vurioly of Trints, English and French ; Ironch Muslins; 'lially; Jjuglish Silk, Sewing Silk and Crane .Dr. is niVf; black Iuliia...

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 December 1837

T'TOrtTGAGE SALE. Default having IVlL been made in tho payment of a certain um of money secured to bo paid by' indenture of mortgage, bearing date the twenty .fourth day of May, in ihejear of our Lord one ..thousand eight hundred -hd'thlrtyisix; executed by George J. . Clark And Sola C. Goodrich, of Monroe county .' and state tf Michigan, to WUjis T, Hewee, Isaac J. UUmann and. WUHdm If. Adams, 4f St. Jo." .' seph county in tha state 6f Michigan, all, that1 1 certain piece or parcel of landVsitaafcoin the Til4 Hg Ol VUUMUUU kUIIWM yi WHUkWl .tbewest half of lot-number' eight, in section -aainber-'6v m-omBered-ad- described-onthe' 1 plat of said village, which is .recorded hi the ofllca ioftne'regiaterof 'dMds; in and for St. Joseph county, which said mortgage was given to secure Che payment of the purchase money of the above described premises; and Was rtCotddd in (he 'reg.' '4v nMm tt an iri MinlT or Ht. JOMnlf. on tba "twentjMburth'day eWay.'AVtt 1836, at one c!6jsr. M. of said da...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 December 1837

CODSTAMTIllE nEPUDUCAtl. WEDNE8DAY, DECEMBER 40, 1837. D" Tills is published m?rely to siro the legal advertisements. ITNews from Canada vory interesting, but no piper to tell tho story. NOTICE is hereby given th.it an applica. lion will bo made to tin Legislature of tin St its of Michigm at its next Rcssi'.m, to removo the claims of tho State from section 3(5, in town, ship 5, south of rang 5 10 west, Dc. 16, 1837. SETTLERS THEREON. 65 BOXES GLASS, thU day 7ccciy. cd.by TIIO.S. MOSELEY. Doc. 12. 351 f WIJW GOODS! NEW GOODS!! IN C. L. & A. MILLER, have just reived, direct from Now York, a groat assortment of DRY GOODS, consisting of Broa.l Cloths, Cassiincrcs and Sattinets, of assorted colors and qualities; Moleskins, Buffalo Cloths, Fustians, Velveteen, Twilled Velvets, Hangup CorJ, Twil. hd Stormants, &o. &c. A great variety of Prints, English and French; French Mutdins; Chally ; English Silk, Sewing Silk and ('rape Press HJ'k'l's; blarrk It iliiaa Silks, Gro Dc Swi w,...

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