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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 20 December 1837

iVl J3 OliTCAUE SALE. Dofuult having JJii. bean made in the payment of a certain ; um of money secured to bo paid by indenture of M ortgage, bearing date the twenty.fourth day of May, in tli 3 year of our Lord ono thousand eight humlr.d ana thirty-six, executed by George J. CI irk and S li C. Goodrich, of Monroa county and stat of Michigan, to Willis T. House, Isaac J. I'llin inn and William II. Adams, of St. Jo M'h comity in t!c state of Michigan, of all that crrl.iiri piecj or pircel of land, situate in the viU laj of Conslamine, known and designated as llu went half of lot number eight, in section m.nbor 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 mortgago was given tosecura tho payment of the purchase money of the abova described premises, and was recorded in tho rcg. inter's office of said county of St. Joseph, on tho twenty.fourth dny of May, A. D. 1836, at one o...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 December 1837

' CO.'ISTAtlTIHE nEPUDLICAH. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 47, ISJ7. At a special term of the Probate Court, for Si. Joseph County, held at the Prolate ojjice, in Centreville, on Monday, the 1 December, 1837. n tho ma cr of tho c lale ) "HTPON fling tho of Willi, m D via, Jr. HJ piLiliouofJohn W, Div's, rcpfjosni'.-'g tbrt tho salti dressed in hi life. 'in?, coven ii ci to convey crrta'n reul sla!o tboroMi pp-cili d to him. tho aid John XV. Davis, bul v.uh prevented by death, imil praying tliut liocnso nny ! panted to tho p.ltii"o'.i.ration on said cat;1 to, to ni i!.j u i J cx-miuIo a devd or deeds of conveyances, in vln law ; Ordered th.it notion of tho pendency of Paid petition bo publXiMd in thcConsl.oitino Republican, a newspaper print id at Conslanliac, threo weo!;s iucccssivc!y, to the end tint all persona interested inny ppp ;.;r at t!io Court House, in Conlrjvilta, o-i RIo.uIjv, IhoS.lih day of January ncx?., at 10 o'clock, A. AT. and shew causo, if any they have, why llic sa!d pcli....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 January 1838

0 )0$t$tttlttt VOLUME II....Na 23. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 3. 1838. NUMBER 75. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rrBLMlIKS BT y . , DANIEL IttUXGEU, Srery Wednesday Morning, tor net of Canarlt and Water streets, at hit rrintms-Olnce and Book- ore, over the Bank. Stairs, south aide.' ( 83 50, aVS 3 00, - ( a 50. 1 AH it n,.M In .v.no aucr ine nrai a uionma t or m ark. at the ena or tne year NEW STOKE & NEW GOODS. Tlo subscribers would inform thsir friends ind tho pu die generally, that they hare taken the Store lately occupied by Messrs. Adams Sc. ArrLETON, on water street, where they are now receiving a large assortment of Groceries, togctli. er with Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery and Glass-ware, which they are willing to part with for cash, cheapor than they can bo had at any other store in this section of country. Amongst their assortment of Grocorics may bo found : LIQUORS Cognac, Champaign,Span. ish and Cherry Brandy. HUM: St. Croix, Jamaica, New Or leans 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. — 3 January 1838

I rim 1 .j'l'.ii. '. i " 'i 'Jrg-i.' , a careful and deliberate examination of their roront and considering the spirit rnanifes. ted bytho Mexican Government, it has bo. come my painful duty to return tho subject ns it now stands, to Congress, to whom it belongs, to decide upon the time, tho mode and tho measure of redress. Whatever may be your decision, it shall bo faithfully executed, confident that it will be character, ized by moderation nnd by that justice which will I trust, under ail circumstances, govern tho councils of our country. Tho balance in tho Treasury on tho 1st day of January, 1837, va .-13,903,523. Tho receipts during tho prcsv.t year from nil Kourccs, including tho amount of Trcas. ury notoa issued, are estimated at 523,499 09 1, constituting an aggregate 809,463,504 Of this amount, about $.13,291,331 will havo been expended at the end of tho year on nppropnattons mnuo by Congress : nnd tho residue amounting to 834,187,143, will be the nomitr-I balanco in tho Tre...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 January 1838

'; WEDNESDAY JANUAB V 9, 1S0& ITOur apology for tho nou appearance of our paper for the last threa r four weka, is simply thai tha roeda were la euch a bad stato, that it wm utterly Impossible to got our supply sooner. Wo hop to ho able to puUUU our paper regularly hereafter. . . Xhi Preaident'a Message, which we copy to 4ay, ia ao extremely longthy, we are bligl to de fer many article prepared for insertion this week, .; , i CammiU Affair: The trouble in Canada are beginning to bo of a very serious nature. We ahall eodearor to keep oar ratdcr apprisod of all that ia going on in that quarter. Tks Nets TaorWe ehonld like to have had room and leisure to hare told all about the last year and what w may ex poet this year bnt aa it hs we ahall loavo it for the Governor to do and would merely state, for the information of those at distance, that we enter the new year on bare grfcund and in a rain storm, with lota of mud and good prieoa for produce marriagee aa plenty aa blackbird in b...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 January 1838

TO TANNERS. The subscriber offers for tula to all who may v inh to purchase, tin Patent Right of Heath's Improved process of tanning Hides and Skins. It u a uow inven tion, having been entered at the patent oftico the 26th of May, 183C, and possesses superior advan. lages over any thing of tha kind ever Lcforo of fjivJ to the- public. 52 HIRAM DRAPER. Colon, St. Joseph co., Mich. June 1!), lb37. E.1AMILY PILLS. Dr. 8. Phinney's 1 Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, for roiuc. virg complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of tho stomach, such as sourness, sick, ncss or pain in tho stomach end bowels, Labittr.l codivencts, pains in cither side, jauudico or diar. rha ,with utibctwns of the h.al, pains, dizziness, drowtinetis, rheumatic effect ions of tho joints, of. fictions of tho bladder, or piL's, sick hcadacho so common with fucblo habit.'. Cortilicate from D 'iij iniiu Knower, Esq. II iving sulferoJ for soma timo with indigestion and fl itulcncy, I was ndvisud to try Dr Phinm ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 3 January 1838

January 1, 1838. Time, relentless, 6tern and bold, Hoodless of all things, new or old, Kcmorseloss in his wild career, Has brought us to another year. Man's works havo foil his scythe of fate, All things have yioldod to his hate; All but Egypt's pyramids, (Theso, to fall, in vain Timo bids.) Which scorn tho sand tho simoon hurls, That in dark thrcat'ning eddies curls ; Which tower 011 high in sombre pride, Which Times destructivo tooth can bide, As long as Nilcs dark waters flow To fertilize the plains below. All but Learning's monuments Sprung from Genius' thought intense These defy Time's power to blight ; Timo only lends th-ra mellowed light. The minds of Genius, yet to light tho earth, And rouso their fellow mortal's souls to thought, Will own tho dawning of their Ganius' birth, To firo from Haavcn that Promothcus bro't, With which tho lofty souls of Grccco were franght. Time, to destroy their labors, makes his aim, To hide them in oblivion ho hai sought ; He only adds to Grccia...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 January 1838

t to : r 3 ft 1 ! i' V It VOLUME II....Na 24. CONCr-riTINE REPUBLICAN, FOSLlSHKP BY ' , DANIEL nvicGEn, Itery Wednesday Moraine, corner of Canaris and Wuv streets, at hla Printlng-Offiee and Hook :ora, over the Bank. Stairs, south aide. if i? S 00, aft I 3 SO. at frl M. If Mid la advance , atirr mo nrm a inomu iitbi or, S i ear. toe end of the year. rmo owners op mill, and ii MILL PRIVILEGES. Tho subscriber offers his services as a Mill Wright, in the eree. tion of new mills of all kinds, and in the improve ment of old onos. lie would state that his whole life has been spent in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from his long expo, rience as an operative, both in Europe and the United States, he has been enabled to inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or steam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have occasion for his services, that he is master of his business, and perfectly ublo to perform any wor...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 January 1838

INAUGURAL ADDRESS, Of his Excellency Stevens T. Mason, de. livcred to loth branches of the LcgisU. ture, Tuesday, January 2, 1833. . - Fellow citizens of the Senate, and House of Representatives: I appear boforoyou in obcdier.co to your summons, to orti;r on tho duties ns.-igm.-d mo by the' people of Michigan. CJ.LJ'a gain by t)icrn tot.'vJ station of chief exoeu tire magistrate of the state, I embraeo tho pportunity to convey to thorn my, cnnl.u! thanks for .this distinguished tft vi.oay of their' continued or.'fiJencu npd r.'i proba tion ; and to assure thorn of my (K-ierminn-tion to realizo their just e.p ct.-.tiotis of lae future, by an anxious fidelity to the trut confided in mc. 1 When assuming the c?ir.r-e of thu ofil'.e on a former occasion, I uavircu, the" pun ciplcs on which I shoiM minister the offiirs of ths siate. I have exerted myself to r.r.t a tho promise then given. on ienvor In au- 1 feel that cording to However, great the censure to which I m:iy at 'times hive' be...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 January 1838

ce::3TAUTi;iE republican. . WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, J3.18. - THE CAN AD AS. The struggle latoly comnioncod by the Liber, alista of the Province of Upper and Lower Can adai for thoir freedom, has croatod groat excite ment among the inhabitants along the frontier in tho United Stole. . Tho pcoplo of tho Unitod State, adjacent to tho Province", aro familiar with all the circumstances of their oppression by tho Government party, and have holJ numerous public meetings to sympathies with thorn, which has created a jealousy on tho part of the Loyal. sta. It is very natural that tho Amoricin people ahould sympathise with those who ore struggling for LiasaTr, as the mind at onco rcvorta back to the acene of the Revolutionto the tyranny ex. etcised over the pcoplo of tha American Calonbs, by the itino power, ogainat which our forefathers fought and bled," and nobly defend d tho right of disseminating liberal principles. It is natural for them to sympathiso with thoso who arc strug. gling for t...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 10 January 1838

rjnO TANNERS. The aubrcriber oiler, XL . - for fulo to nil who may with to purchase, tho Patent Right of Heath's improved process of fanning llitlen and Skins. It u a new inten tion, having been entered at tlio patent office tho Stittiof May, 1836, and poss 'ssci superior advan tages over any thing of the kind erer before of. furud to the public. f,g r ' HIRAM DRAPER. Colon, St. Joseph co., Mich. June 19, 1837. nl AMILY PILLS Dr. 8. Phinney's . - Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Fills, for ramo. vii g coniploants arising from indigestion or weakness of the atom lch, such as sourness, kick. licM or piin in llw stomach and bowel, habitual costiveuosti, pains in cither side, jaundice or diar. rha3a,tt ilh affections of ihu head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affection .f Iho joints, af. ftclion of the bladder, or piles, kick headache so vouimon with feeble habile. Certificate from Benjamin Knowc-r, Esq. Having suffered for soma timo with indigestion and flatulency, I was advised to ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 January 1838

rp)&r ur- .4 J 1 VOLUME II.. :Na 25. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 17. 1838. NUMBER 77. 4'i CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rPBMSIIKD BY DANIEL MIJSCEB, , - ' . vary Wednesday Morning, corner of Canard and Water street!, at hit I'rintinK-Offlco nnd liook lore, over the llnnk. Stair, outU side.; . - t (1 SO, If pnld in advance I a oo, after the Ant 3 niouthe or, ria AK. I 3 50. at the nd of the ye .r. TO OWNERS OP HULLS, AND MILL PRIVILEGES. The ubBcriber offer hie eorricee o a Mill Wright, in the erec. tion of nmv mills of all kinds, and in the improv. tnent of old ones. Ha would state that his whob Hfj hat been epnt in the study and nractica of this kind of mechanism ; and from hit long cxp - rienC3 as an operative, both in Europe and tho United States, ho has been cnablod to inform himself of all tha improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to watsr or stuam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have occasion for his services, that he is ma...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 January 1838

L natural quantity allolted by the laws of trade, without depreciating in value. Our bank paper is mado to represent gold and silver, and should Always be convertible in. to that medium at the will of the holder. Care must bo exercised, jhen, not to Jut this paper representative become too dispropor tioned to tho metallic basis alotted to us by tho laws of trade; 'if increased beyond this guarded limit, it loses its general standard of value, depreciates and becomea worth less in the hands of tho peopk . - r " : ., Tho syctcm of banking, at present au ' thorized inMichigan, e.xisU in the provisions of a general law, ottering to all persons the privileges of banking under certain guards and restrictions. The principles under which this law is based, arc certainly cor- rcct, destroying as they do, the odious fea. lures of a bank monopolj'", and giving equal rights to all classes of iho community. I?ut in tho practical operations.of the system, there is much to apprehend. 'v. As long 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. — 17 January 1838

ft 4. The committee appointed to draft the memorial reported the same, which roport was accopted, and the memorial was adopted. ' On motion of Mr. Watkina, Reeohed, That the Memorial bo signed by the President, Vice Presidents and Secretaries, of the Convention, officially, and also by tho members of laid Convention. . . . , . '. On motion, - . ' Resolved, That Milton Barnoy, N. D. Skoals and A. Finch, of the village of Homer, in tho county of Calhoun, be a central corresponding committee, ta carry into effect the object of the Convention. The following persons were appointed corres ponding committees for the several counties here, after montioned, to wit t James Olds, for the county of Hillsdale, I. G. Bailey, for the county of St. Joseph, Chas. II. Van Dorn, for the county of Jackson, S. W. Dexter, for the county of Washtenaw, N. M. Wells, for the county of Wayne, F. S. Blanchard, for the county of Lenawoo, F. J. B. Crane, for the county of Livingston, 'Zephaniel Piatt, of the cou...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 17 January 1838

fTIO TANNERS. Tho subscriber offers LL for salo tuu.ll who muv wish to uurchaso. the Patont Right of Heath's Improved process of tannine-Hide and Skins. It id a new inven- tion, huving been entered at the patent office the 2bth of M-iy, 183b, and possesses superior advan. tagca overuny thing of thj kind ever beforo of. f-redtothe public. . M r.... e. t Mini. ii,. la i i-ij I - . "PT71 A31ILY I'lLLS. Dr. S. Phinney's JJ. Atiti Uyspplic or umous ruin, tot I mo. vinir complaints arming irom . inuigcsuon or vroukness of the stomach, such as sourness, nick' ness or piia in lh j atormch and boweh, habitml costiven'ss, pain in either bide, j luiidice or diar. rhiEa.with affections of the lv.ad, pains, dizziness, drowtidsss, ilicuiuatio affection of ill) joints, af. ' fee tion of tho bladder, or piles, aick headache so eommon with feebl 1 hablte. . " ' i Certificate from B .rjaniin Knowcr, Esq. ' II vuig buffered for some liino with indignation and fl tu;ency, I wua adviaod to try Dr Fhiiin...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 January 1838

I. 6 J.! .VOLUxME II....Na 20. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANIJARY 24. IS3S. NUMBER 78. l! P I 'a hi V r I f V CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ' ., v ."; ' i-pbu.iusd bv . ; . : - : vidl itiu;i:ii, .Brttr WaJnetday Morning, corner of Caaaris and Water atrucu, at his Printing-OUlee and Uuok atota, oTcr tho Hunk. btatra, south tide. t 1,1 (6' 50, if paid in advance I ) xa 3 00, after the nrit 3 monitor, Vrr.BA.JUf. . -' . t 3 AO, at the end of the your. J rmo ownfus op hiixls, ani IL . MILL TltlVILEGES. Tho tubacribcr 'offers his serviced as a Mill Wright, in tho crcc. tion of new mills of all kinds, and in the improve. merit of old onos. Ilo would atato that hi whoto . lifo baa boon spent in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from his long exfo 1 rienco as an operative, both in Europe and tho United States, ho has beon ennblod to inform , himself of all tho improvements introduced in macuinory as applicable to water or atcam power, and fotfla warranted in a...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 January 1838

selves of it without restriction or limitation irany mode in which they can command it f le air be at liberty associate for this PHCPP'O, and do not confino the privilege to -notorious partizans and brawling politic iaft. This article has run to a greater length th'an we had intended, and one or two top. ica which we designed to touch must be dc ferred to another paper. "Meanwhile we may be permitted to ex. press a hope that tho whole tribe of Safety - Fund ", Conservatives, Ile6trictionists and Iforibpoliifci Regence speculators ofpoli ticjr gamblers in Dunk shores and Bank patriotism, will be flectually excluded ; from any influence over onr h'grislation. The mass of the Conservatives, like the mass of all parties, are honest but of your Safety Fund Conservative your Brokers and commission patriots we can only say that all such alliances must be religiously avoided as the Assembly would retain the confidence of their own party, and insure its permanent ascendancy. Mr. Norvelf t Re...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 January 1838

proving of the presont loeatlon of tho Southern Railroad, wo would respectfully represent for tho information of our friends in Dotroit, that if such meeting hat been holden in this county, it was not within the knowledge of tho people of the county generally, and that the proceedings of that mooting are not tho sentiments of the mass of tho people of tho county. . . Mr. Willis T. Houss introduced the follow. Ing resolution, which, having been seconded by Mr. Calvin BaoNSour, was unanimously adopted : Resolved, That John II. Bowman, one of the Representatives from this county, be, and ha is hereby instructed to use his influence for tho pros, ocution and completion of tho Southern Railroad as located by the Board of Internal Improvement, or resign his seat in the Legislature. Resolved, That wo do most cordially approve of the following resolutions, adoptod at a mooting of the citizons of Monroe county, lately held at the city of Monroe t Therefore, Resolved That we respond to the se...

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