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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 24 January 1838

fWlO TANNERS. Tho subscriber offm I TSCTl'V GOOaS.-ISAAC J. ULLMAN. K 4- m!h t.j nil whti mnv Within Ti.irpl.ann. I 1 would SUV to his old fiicnda and custo- 'tft Patent Right of Heath's iiaprovcd proems of mew, and the publio generally, that he has ..i.,rr III.'nm nnrl Skind. It tin nnitf itivrii- I icst rt!Ciivnl from NuW-York at lit WLW tion, having b-n entered at tho patent office the STOKE, a very extensive aud clioico stock of FWIIM subscribers, auoccmots to Mauti & fX, 'l'o;vJBtM, would ronpoetfully inform the inhabitants if Michigan, that thry ar- now re cuit ing, direct fioin England, tho largest and I host general atsoriincrit or Hardware, uuuvrj, i it .. i i n.. ;u yi5th of Mmv, lWti, and possess fWTerioralvan. Woods, which will re ecu on w 'u6'7 V ' ' , -tfts ot or any thin3 of th J kind ecr before of- tern, whole-aid or retail. . . Tho good l.ciDg imported direct fro a tho T. tmi to the public 52 DDninPTHTnq TASFMPTlFS! Afl ma nu ketones in England, and bought to th...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 January 1838

4f 1 VOLUME II....N0. 27. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JANUARY 31. 1838. NUM 79. i CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rOBMSIUD IT DANIEL ni'NCEU, fcrarv Wednesday Morning, corner of Canaris and Watftr atreeta, at hia lvrintlng-Ollice and U.ook store, orer the llank. Btaira, aoutlt aide. t fi. SO. if naid In advance t Slum 3 00, after the flrat 3 montha j or - i 3 ou, at tne ena or toe year. rmo owners of mills, and ii MILL PRIVILEGES The subscriber offers hi services as a Mill Wright, in the erec. lion of new milla of all kinda, and in the improve, mont of old ones. He would state that his whole life has been spent in the study . nnd practice of this kind of mechanism and from his Jong expe. rience as an operative, both in Europe and the United States, ho has been enabled to inform 1 himself of all the ImprovomonU introduced in machinery as applicable to water or steam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who maj hive occasion for his services, that ho is master of his bus...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 January 1838

years, and if not then made, the land and money were subject to forfeiture. To Imvo allowed the right of taxation to tho States, in the mean time, might have involved and jeoparded tho reversionary of the United States in the land thus subject to forfeiture, as it might have been sold by the States for taxes. It was not for th solo purposo of encouraging the settlement and salu of the public domain, if at all, that tho restriction -was imposed. '- Mr. C; said, as an evidence that this view of tho subject was correct, tho first and only states which had botn admitted since tlio commencement of the cash system hud been received fico from . all such restraint of the taxing power ; and - was it not fair and just that tho states, bo. fore admitted should be placed on equal foot. ing ia this respect, as it regarded all sales hereafter to be made I . . . He said the Senator from Kentucky. (Mr. Clay,) had, to say the least, very un. necessarily drawn into the discussion ano Iherbill which h...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 January 1838

COIiSTAHTI.'.'E REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. JANUARV 31, 1SK8. SOUTHERN RAIL ROAD. Mr. Bradford, not satisfied with tht committee on Internal Improvements, to whom have been referred the petitions and remonstrances in rela. t;nn to tho location of tha Southern Rail Road, on tho 21th iust. moved in the Senate that a new Joint committcoof both houses be appointed, and that the present committees be discharged, to tho end that the whole subject be referred to a joint elect commitee. Tha resolution, after creating much excitement, was laid on tho tablo. On the 2Cth inst. a resolution passed both houses by which it is provided that the investi gation of the conduct of the Commissioners of Internal Improvement, and the propriety of ro. moving tho present location of ths Railroad is to be referred to a select joint committee of both Houses. Much excitomont prevails in the Legislature, on inssuDjcci 01 internal improvements, u is believed, and in fact thcro is but little doubt that it is tho obje...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 31 January 1838

TT UST RE l CEIVEDand f,.r uAc. 50 vairt Genis. thick, boota; 25 do. prime Calf boots; 25 do. thick brognna; 50 do. wo nini'f Fino Calf SIiojp. lv Nov. 23. ALBERT ANDKUS Jc CO. 1;iAI"IIEY FIEES. Dr. 8. Phinnoy's . Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, for remo . ring complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of tho atoiuuch, ouch aa sourness, sick. rtcra or pain in tho stom.tch and bowel, habitual , aostiveuess, pains in eitlivr side, juundico or diar. rhcea.with affections ofliio Load, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affection of tho joints, af. factions of the bladder, or piles, aick huudacho ao 4 aoinmon with feeble habite. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Eq. Having suffered for some time with indication and flatulency, I was advised to try Dr Fhmiiey's :Antj.l)yspcptic or Bilious rills, and after UHing them for soino time, am prepared to Fay that they "are the mildest nnd yet tl e m st efficacious in their operation of any article of thj kind I have 'aver used, and wh...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 February 1838

r-.u s i i 4 VOLUME II....N0. 28 .CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ' . rriLWBKD st DANIEL HI UNGEH, very Wednesday Mornlns, eornr of Cnnarls and (en Jtffdictnc, Crockery, School Books, CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 7. 1838. tn IITIIS A BOWMAN. iavinerecciv. to ed a ra-supply to their former stock of Goods, whuhconsists or Dry Goods, Groceries, Hardware, Cut. ' stora, over tho Hunk. Staira, aoutli aide. ' - (83 SO, Ifpnld In advance 1 r Jfcxs 3 UO after the tirt 3 month! or, ria an. ? 3 50, at the end of the ye r. - mo owivnits op rairxsAifD XL MlLli rKlVIL.l'Ait.. ine siiDscnuer offers his servioes on a Mill Wright, in the erec Uon of new mill of all kinds, and jn tho Improvn. m.nt nfnld onu. II j would state that his whol i lifo hns bocn spnt in the study and nrsctica of this kind of mechanism ana irom mi long exp?. rience ns an operative, both in Europe aud tho United States, ho has bocn enablod to inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as appli...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 February 1838

:: 1 ,, . r r- XEGISLATIVE DOCUMENT; ANNUAL REPORT OF THE COMMIS. SIONERS OF INTERNAL IMPRO VE. MENT. At the time the purchase of the Detroit and St.-Joseph railroad company was per. fected, Iho road was established as far west as tlo. mouth of Honey Creek, two mile west of' Ann Arbor, and was being con. tructed from Detroit to Ypsilanti. The 1 company had expended thereon, 6110,002 C7,'. . r The"j-oad was then in part graded for " thirteen mile, cleared one hundred feet ?wide.' and grubbed to Ypilanti. A small portion of. the bridging had been done, silU provided" for ahout ten miles, mos: of which wero on the line, rails for about two 'miles,' iron sufficient to lay down forty miles 'had' been purchased, and a portion of the spikes were in readiness. One locomotive engine and some car wheels had been en- fpgndaod were then on their way from feWtYork. : The contracts, encasements and liabilj. Yiea.of the company were assumed on the part ot the state, ana n was lounu impracu. cable ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 February 1838

X7 both branches, througli the medium of a joint committee, fully authorised to send for persons and papers. The resolution was exactly similar to one which he had had the honor of twice before submitting to the Senate, and the consideration of which had been postponed until Monday next. The difference in respect to the kind of commit, tees thus proposed to be associated, ho thought, as he had before express -d him. self, immaterial. He would as soon see the business intrusted on the part of the Senate, to the standing committees of inter, nal improvement of the Senate, as to a se. lect committee raised for the purpose, al. though he believed it more appropriate, as contemplated by hjs own postponed res olution, to raiso a select committee in the Senate to meet with the select committee to whom the matter had been referred in the House of Representatives. He was, how. ever, rejoiced to see serious and joint action about to be commenced in any way, as he was opposed to any such doubl...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 February 1838

JIT ST RE CEIVED and for eale. 50 pair Gon-9. tliick booti; 1 1 25 do. prime lf boou; 25 do. thick bregma; 50 do. wo. men's Fine" Calf Sho-, by Not. 23. ALBERT ANDKUS &. CO. D FAMILY PILES. I1nniyi , ; Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rilln, for rcino. ving complaint! arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, such as sourness, nek. ness or pain in the atom ich and bowels habitual ostiveness, pains in cither aido, jaundice or d.ar. rhcaa .with affections of Uio head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic atlcctious of the joints, af. ftctiona of the bladder, or piles, aick headache ao ommon with feeblo habitc. . Certificate from B.mjmin Knowr r, D1 Having suffered for some thus with indigestion and flatulency. I was advised to try Dr PhinneyV Anti-Dysprptic or Bilious Pills, and after using them for eomo time, am prepared to ay that they ... th. miiHcjt nnd vet tie mist elhcicioua in Diflir operation of anv artic le of tha kind I have ver used, nnd what 1 1 ale cm of great ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 February 1838

'tn if VOLUME II....Na 29. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 14. 1838. NUMBER 81. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, P(iLH0k BT DANIEL JTIUNGEll, vary Tslna lay Morn in, corner of Cumuli an-l Wkfr atreeta. m till I'rlntinx-Om. e rnj liook lure, ever the Hunk. ttiuirs, aouib aide. gl 5(1, if paid In ndvauue t . 1 :i iwi after tue nrst 3 m-mtiii or, ria Asr. An, at th rn I if th v r. TO OWATKS OF MILLS AND MILL PRIVILEGE, Tho snbscrib-r offers his services nsa Mill Wright, in the ercc lion of niw milla of ill kinds, unit in tlio irnprov . tntsnt of old onos. Hi would stale that his whol lifi Ii is ben Kp'tit in the study and rr:ctioof thi kinJ of mechanism ; and from hi long rxp . rienciss an opcr ilive , both in Europe and th. United St it s, ho has ben eniblxl lo inform hints 'If of all tin improvements introduced in m ichin ry as applicable to w it.r or vt nm pwor, and feeds w:rr .nt.id in assuring thoso who in y h ivo occ ision for his sorviccs, that ho is m est r of his bus...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 February 1838

gist, than Michigan. It will doubtless do Yolve upon this department, should it be prosecuted, to discover many new species and genern of insects. For whose good is all this? The committee is awn re, I hut they mv bo met in tl outset with inqui ries of this sort ; but they certainly proceed from t!w) most narrow und contracted views of fcicnce. ' To tin; observant and enlight ened mind, every department of natural sei. cnee teems wiih interest, and the littlo in. sect and mighty elephant Currish alike evi evidence, that nought lias been .created in vain. The strict utilitaiian, in judg. ingthis branch of zoology, should not for. pet that we are ind bted to tin insect race for some of tho most valuable a nicies, as cochineal and ennthnradin. Silk, ton, is the product;on of ins. ts of tli ir eurly sca res of exigence. Besides, there aie many insects, which, like the weevil, are destruc tive in tlieir habits, and if sueh abound in Michigan, it is a matter of much interest, that their h...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 February 1838

COilSTAllTI.'lH REFU3LICAU. VKIINIWIAV. FKUSIUUV II. KM. Southern It'' R'laJ.Tiu committor ap. 'pointed to invv-btijita tho conduct of th Board of Commission .rs, and tho location of tho South, crn R il Ed, an to nporl on thit pirt of ih route from M mroi to ihe west lino of L r.awcc county, on M.md y next. Wj ure anxious to hrar tho result. Tlnwst rn pirt will then bj tiik.-nnp for consideration by tho committ "c. Time will show what will bo done. Th re U one thing certain tha investigation will coat the state Bonn fiftesn or twenty thous u:d dollars. Tin editor of tho Michigin Argis is inform )d that we ban talon particular puns togith r til tho p;rtisulars with vgtfd to the action in the Hours and S n it), upon the construction of the Southern Rnl Road, from tho time tho project was first siijjgeuted, I p to the present tim ), inclu. ding Hough's amendment," and the caucus th it givj birth to it, which will forn a talo to bo xolj in after d.ys. All that wo shoulJ wish to siy with...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 February 1838

Tf EST RE tJ CI CEIVEDand for sale. 50 pairs uon'i. unci dooii; 5 do. prime Calf S J b boots; 25 do. thick brog ins; fiO do. wo. men's Fine Calf SllOi'f, by I Nov. 22. ALBERT ANDH US & CO. IliXS. Dr. K. rinnn-y'a I . Anti Dysp utic or Dilioti Fills, for rcmo. nasa nrmin in me SlOimeu unu uuwuii uaimum i . .i . i. I I i . I. -i I oativciii'SM, p.ina in either side, j mridiee or diar rhasa.wilh uffctions of ihc head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rhcumutic affections of the joint, af factions of the bladder, or piles, aick headache ao ommon with focblo habits. Certificate from B jnjamin Knowf r, Eq. ll'ivinff Buffered for soma tinio with indigestion 3 and flatulency, I wbb advised to try Dr Phinney's Anti-Dyspeptic or Bilioua Pills, and after using them for some time, am prepared to say that llu-y ara the mildist ond jut the most iflicicious in thtdr operation of any article of the kind I have aver used, and what I esteem of groat importance thej occasion no sickness at lbs stomac...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 February 1838

I t. VOLUME II....N0. 30. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, FEBRUARY 21. 1838. NUMBER 82. yvri aw ir a i in ii t 1 CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, PUBLISHED It - DANIEL. BIUKCEn, . ry Wednesday Mornlm, corner of Canaris and Water treen, at his I'rlnting-Offlce and llook tors, over the Bank. Stairs, south side. '82 SO, it paid In advance t JttHS 3 00. after the first 3 months or ; 3 so. at the end or tite yenr. TO OWNERS OF MILLS,- AID MILL PRIVILEGES. The subscriber offers his services as a Mill Wright, in tbe erec. lion of new mills of all kinds, and in tlio improve, ment of old ones. He would state that his whola life has been spont in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from hi long xpe. rience aa an operative, both in Europe and tin United Sttea, he haa been enabled to inform himself of all the improvements introduoad in machinery aa applicable to wntsr or st iam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have oceasion for his services, that ho 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. — 21 February 1838

A STATU HANK. Although there has bo -mi no showing of hands in lU legislature, indicative of tho fi. nal action of that body upon tlx establish ment of a State Hank, enough has transpir. cd in committees and otherwise, to sn;iy us that there is a sufficient majoiity of bo h houses,' in favor of such im instituuoi, to establish one, if they can agree upon do. Mils. Thev bclicvo that u statu bank, wt I! guarded and conduced, twy b of grrat u t ility in carrying on tho fin inci d operations of the state, and furnishing a in-ru valuable 'currency than vc now have for making ex changes abroad. At the samo time that we fe-.l assured that there is a majority of both houses in favor of a state bank, it U evident that there is not the same union of vu-ws upon some. of the fundamental provisions ot tau insti tution. The chief irround of the division is with resnect to the upnointiiicut of the controlling power of iho bmk. It appears a bo conceded bv all tho friends of the mensuro that, in ord...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 February 1838

COilSTAllTIIlE REPUBL1CAU. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARYS, J833. Southern tier of . Counties. Internal com munication. Th southern tier of counties in M'iliirn embrace one of the finest countries in the world, in an agricultural point of view, and yet the producers have no means of gotting their effects to a market. All that is wanting is a ui. rect communication with lake Erie, that the til- Icr of the soil may be encouraged to prosecute his labors, when our forests will be converted into vineyards, which will pour out wealth ble. We can then supply that market now sunpliod by foreign countries not far distant when the west must raisa the bread I tuffs for the cast, while tho latter aro more proti. tably engaged in their various manufacturing pursuits, as the soil of the eastern states is be. coining weakened and worn out, and will not pay tho husbandman for his trouble in culliva. ting it. The liberal system of Internal Improvement adopted by our legislature last winter, which au. thorisod ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 February 1838

IT EST RE- tV CElVEDand for sule. 50 pair Gcns. thick boots; 525 do. prime- Calf CSjs w boots; 25 lo. thick brngaiis; 50 do. wo. men's Fine Calf vv Shoes, by Nov. $2. ALBERT ANDUUS &. CO. F AMIEY I'lIXS. Dr. Phinny' Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, for remo. ving ' complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of tho stomach, such as sourness, sick nana or pain in tho itomch and bowels, habiturl oativeness, pains in cUlier side, jaundice or diar. rhcea.with atfictions of llio head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of the joint", af. factions of the bladder, or piles, sick haudacho ao ommon with focblo habite. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Ecq. Having suffered for soinn tiino with indication and flatulency, I was advised to try Dr Fiunney' Anti-Dysprplie or Bilious Fills, and after using thm for some time, am prepared to say that thoy are the mildest oud yet the most efficacious in their operation of any prliclo of tin kind I have vcr used, and what I esto...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 February 1838

VOLUME II....N0. 31. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTS MICHIGAN FEBRUARY 28. 1838. NUMBER 82. i CONSTANTlNE REPUBLICAN, . PUBLISHED BT DAN IE Li ttilt.;l:k, Trjr Wednesday Morning, eorner of Cnnsris and Water street!, nt hit Print Inx-Olilre and Xiook tor, over the Uank. Stairs, louth side. ' ft') SO. If nald in advance t I- jkMi 3 IK) afmr the first 3 months or 3 01). at the md or toe ye.ir TO OWNFKS OP MIXLS, AND MILL l'KIVILEGES. Tho subscriber oilers liia sorvicos a a Mill Wright, in tho erec tion of now nulla of all kinds, and in tho improve mcnt of old onus. Ho would state that his whole life has been spnt in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from hi long expe rience us 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 wnrrantod in assuring those who may h ive occasion for his services, that he is master of his business, 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. — 28 February 1838

n ANNUAL RETORT OF THE KUPERIN. TEN DENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. STATE OF MICHIGAN, ' .OJfics ef Superintendent of Public In. , struction, M irtili ill i Djcan.h r 27, 1837. Totlio legislature to bo convened atDe. troit 'on tho first Monday of January, 1833. t- Tho Superintendent of Public Instruc. rlion, pursuant to tho requirements of an net. 8;Hm March 1837, has the honor t submit tho following OL. UliPORT. In laying the foundations of a new state, it id nil important to provide not only for the education ol every individual of tho pre. Kent, but of each one of all succeeding gene, rations. Unless umple provision is made for each individual of nil classes, we can have no security that the great mass will ever bo educated ; for the treat whole U mado up of individuals. Tho neglect of one individual may Knl to tho neglect of many individual: and thus the great in tcrcsts of the whole community bo endan. ' gered. It is confidently believed to bo a radical error to contemplate human 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. — 28 February 1838

. From ilie Globe. MR CLAY AND TIIC WEST. .- When the debate was progressing in the Senate on Mr. Walker's pre-emption bill, Mr. Clay of Kentucky closed a speech de. nouncing the settlers of the new States as lawless intruders and plunderers of the pub. lie property, by declaring tho intrusion act of 1807 should be enforced, and these tres. passers driven by the Government from the possession of the soil. Mr Walker, in a reply vindicating the character of tho Wes tern settlers desired to knowiftho Senator from Kentucky would bn willing to head the army to drive from their farms these cultiva. tors of the soil. lie asked Mr. Clay if he was prepared to march with hia forces into the new States and Territories of tho West, and, with fire and sword, expel from their homes those useful and meritorious settlers, whose only crime was this, that they had placed themselves and families upon tho unoccupied lands of the West, under the implied invitation of former prc-emptiun laws, expecting a...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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