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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 February 1838

nr.7 r y I; TTURT R E- cv c CElVEDand for Bale. 50 pain Gonta. thick boots; 25 do. prim Calf boots; S.'t lo. thick brogans; 50 do. wo. ni.-ij'n Fine Calf Shoes, ty Nov. 22. ALBERT ANDUUS 6c CO. nN.AIMLY FILLS. Dr. 8. Phinney's Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rills, for remo. : Tir 'coinplmits arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, audi aa sourness, sick, naaa or pain in the stomach und bowels, habitual oetiveness, pains in either side, jaundice or diar. rhoea.with afF.xtiona of tho brad, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of the joints, af factions of tho bladder, or piles, tick headache ao ommon with foc-bla habitc. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Eq. Having suffered for noma time with indigestion and fl itulcncy, I wns advised to try Dr Phinney's Anti-Dyspcplio or Bilious Pills, and after using then) for aoma time, am prepared to any that they ire the mildest nnd yet the most efficacious in their operation of any article of the kind I have Tor uacd, and w...

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 March 1838

VOLUME II....Na 32. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MARCH 7. 1838. MJMDEU 84 CONSTANTINE UKFUBLICAN, very We-lncrfiiy Alumina, rnrnrr of Crnnrla snt Ufcfr trrli-. in hi l'rintni-(i(H e mill Hook ;ur, over the Hunk. Htiiir. Muib nile. C 9i 3d, .f pul-l in .lv.we j 1 :i mi arifr the flmt J uionrni or, ret an. f 3 30. M i hern I or Mir ve r. TO OWIVKKS OP AXI MILL PRIVILEGE'. Tlu sulwciibr offers lii s.rvic ps Mill Wright, in tle tree tion of nnw mill of II kiwis, niH in tle improv . m-nt of ol.l on . II ' wo,. Id Mst? that Ids whol lif Irs httn sp'nt in the study on I pr cl ic i of thin kin J of median ism ; onJ fnvii hi-, lonjr i xp ritici h an opcr.tive, botli in Europe and tl . U ailed St t. s, lie lis been nubl-d to inform tiimmlfof all th improvoinonU iutroiucsl in tn.icliin ry aa applicable to w it:r or st inm power, and fe. li wirr mtod in admiring tlio who m iy hift occasion for hia aorvicea, that hit ia mist r of his Hin-s, nd porf ctly abla to perform any work , J ...

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 March 1838

" - Providence, May 22, 1837. . " Dear Sir : I hasten to reply to your, circular of May 5, which has been just re. ceived. So far as I am qualified to judge, jho plan of concentrating your energies in one university, is incomparably preferable frt that of r-rnntinrr nnl i-uri V rflfirters to &n indefinite number of private institutions By pursuing the former plan, you will at Once elevate the standard of university learn ing, and render a degree respected becauso it win bo respectable ; you will be able to j.mmrmfl thn Prviro nf mon nf lnnrnmf and lalents and thus be able to raie up men of enlarred views and disciplined minds, who will develope and direct the energies of your people, so that talent will be nblo to maintain Us proper relative position in the body oolitic. Our community needs moro than anv th n" else, real ana eincient ncnas. J O .. , i I By a great number ot small ana baaiy ap. pointed colleges, you-will increase the nom- inally educated men, but you will decreas...

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 March 1838

co::sta!1ti;ie repudlicau. T ' WEDNESDAY, MAItCll 7, 1K18. ,'. CAUTION. Tho public are cautioned against receiving the bilbj of tho Farmers end Merchants' Bank of St. Joseph, which Bank has been recently established at Cen. treville, in this county. This notice is given by the request of Col. Fit, gerald, one of the Dank Commissioners, who has just examined into the affair of that institution. Rtport of ths Investigating Committet. We liare received the report of the majority of the Joint committee appointed to review the loca tion of the northern and southern railroads, up. on that part of tho southorn road, from Monroe to Branch. ' This report, which passed the commit, tee by a vote of six to four, recommends a relo cation of the road, so as to run through Tecum, oh and Jonesville, to Branch. ' Those of the com. tnittee who recommend this report, are the Hon. orablcs Vincent L. Bradford, of Berrien, A. W. Duel, of Wajne, Stephen Vickery, of Kalama xoo, Andrew Dorsey, of Calhoun, S...

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 March 1838

nriTKT ke- y CEIVEDand for eale. 50 puir C ns. thick boots; J25 do. prime 1'alf Cti Loo's; 25 'n. thiek brog ns; 50 Jo. w o. in n's Fine Calf Siio . Iy Nov. 52. ALBERT ANDKUS &, CO "ILlAJiai.Y lr. S. Phinn yV JUL Anti Dyapptic or Bilious Pills, for r mo. virg cornpl intH arising fnm indigestion or wetk'irss of tlio s'onvich, sinh a sourness, pick. .nessorp in in tin stonncli nnd low 1, habi'u 1 costivtn ss, p litis in tithor b!c, j 'isndirc or diar. rhtti.witli utf clions nftlo h.ad, pubis, dizzimM. drowsiness, rlwunvitie a flections of tho joints, af. ftc'ions of tho bladder, or pile, sick Inadtche so oinmon with f -.bb ba'dt. Cortificito from R nj iniin Knower, D q. II tving suffered for soun thin with indigestion and fl .tulcn?y, I w. a advis d to try Ur Phinney's Anti. Dyspeptic or Bilious Fill, and ufl r using them for so in tiinr, urn pr-p rod to sy that tiny are the mild it mid y, t the moil efficacious in tlnir operation of .ny urliclc of tho kind I h ivc ev r used, and ...

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 March 1838

7' S in in 11.11 L LI .VOLUME II....N0. 33. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MARCH 14. 1838. NUMBER 85. ty . s jbu i CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ' resumes by DANIEL HI UN CER, rjr Wednesday Morning, corner of Cimsrlt and . Water street, ut his I'rinting-Otlk-e and JJook. ' store, over the Bunk. Stairs, luuth tide.; 'l 50. if nald in advanre t AtKS IK) artrr trie nrit J uioiiini o .W, at rhe end or the ye:ir. To owjrrjts of ithlls, and MILL PRIVILEGES The subscribe ott'eri hi services nta Mill Wright, in the erec tion of new mills of Ml kinds, and in tho improve ment of old on?t. He would state that hi whole lifo h is boon sprnt in the study and pructico of this kind of incchanUm and from hi long exp rloncs as an operative, both in Europe and the United States, ho has beon cnablixl to inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to wutur or stoatn power, and feels w.irr.mtnd in assuring those who m.ty have occasion for his services, thut he is mas...

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 March 1838

f ANNUAL REPORT OF THE STIPF.RIN. 'HEN DENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. STATE OF MIC II W AN, ") Office of Superintendent of Vublic In ttrucliuit, Marli.;ll, Decemb r 27, 1837. (Concluded.) A noto was also rcccivcJ from President Day, assigning u feeble state of health as a veiiHon for not writing mare at length ; but kindly forwarding tho " reports on tho cnu.so of instruction in Yule College," as contain, ing the substance of his views on tho sub. ject. From this ublo document extracts have already been made. Oilier loiters have been received frosnpcutlcmonof high stand, ing on tho salne question, but marked "pri vote." One of them recommends the an j)ointmont of a board of education, similar to our board of agents, with power of found ing colleges, but only on tho condition pro posed by President Drown, of having pro cured ample funds to sustain them on a toot ing of high respectability and usefulness. It results therefore with great clearness from the statements and reasonings pre ;e...

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 March 1838

A Duel was fought at Washington, on tho 24th ult., between Mr. Gbavks of Kentucky, and Mr. Cilley of Milne, which resulted ia tho death of tho latter. It appears that tho author of tho "Spy in Washington," (M ttlnw L. Davis,) a short time since, in a lettor published in tho N. Y. Courier &. Enquirer, charged ono of tho members of Congress with offering to barter his services in a certain ciso, without mentioning'tiny name. This created cousudcrablo excitemont. During a a debate upon this question, Mr. C. referred to the circumstance of tho editor pf th Courier and Enquirer, having rcoivod, at a certain time, $52,033 for services rendered, from tho United States Bank. Col. Webb repaired to Washing, ton, addressed a notJ to Mr. Cilby, which, was presented by Mr. Graves. Mr. Cilley declined receiving it, stating that ho would not hold him. self responsible to the editor of uny paper for words spoken in debate : hi was then challcngod by Mr. Graves the challenge was accepted the wea...

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 March 1838

"TTIT BE' i CEIVEDand for sale. 50 pairs Conn, thick booln; 25 do. primo CaH loom; 25 lo. thick brng in; 50 do. wo. WE1V GOODS.-ISAAC J. ULLMAN rrflllK subscribers, successors to Mastin &. would sav to his old frionda and cuato I JJ Towkseno, would respectfully inform the mers, und the public generully, that ha ha inhabitants of Michigan, that they ore now re iust rcccvod from New-York at his NEW eeiving, direct from England, tho largest and STORE, a very extensive and choice stock of most general ussortment of Hardware, Cutlery, Goods, winch will be sold on uio most rcusonuuie and II :avy uooos, ever orougni 10 ims cuy Nov. 23. ALBERT ANDUUS & CO. EAIMLY 1'ILLH.-Dr. 8. Phinney's , Anti Dysp-ptio or Bilious Pills, for rcmo. virig complunts arising from indigestion or weakness of tho somach, such as sourness, sick, ness or p tin in tha stonnch und bowcN, habitual osiiv.-n ss, pains in either side, jaundice or diar. rhoja.with off ctions of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsinc...

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 March 1838

a tin m trn VOLUME II....N0. 34. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAKC'II 21. 1S38. NUM3EU 86. J Y jr J CONSTANTINE iiEPUBLICAN, PtL1SBK St PANICL MUtVUEIt Yfty XVeneaiay Morning, corner of Cansri and Water streets, t his I'nntiua-Offl e mid liook mot, over the Iinnk. Stairs, south sl'le., C fl 50, it pld Irt dTme 1 ) JtNS 3 00. sfter the Hrit 3 month or, J rta AUK. ( 3 30. at thrnlof th ve -f. ' TO OWNERS OP M ILLS, ANl MILL PRIVILEGES. Tlo subscriber bflers his services a a Mill Wright, in the crcc tion of now mills of all kinds, and in the improvo. mont of old onoa. Ha would state that his whol iifd list been aDnt in the study end pr cticiof this kind of mechanisrri and from hi long cap ;. Hence as an operative, both in Europe and thi United Stilus, he has been enabled to inform kimsnlfof all the improvements Introducxl in machinery as applicable to wator or utMia power, and feels warranted in assuring those who tn iv have occasion for his services, that ha is m ist. r o...

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 March 1838

1 apprchetd wo slnl. be roused from our lethargy when the qi.iet and stillness of the night shuli give placo to tlio shout of the riotet.tho lu'z:as of tho mob, setting at de fianco the leet.!? arm of the civil law made feeble bv our npathy. Mr. COOK was in favor of tho resolution to ro-commit. Ho was not opposed to the bill, but to manv of its novel and unheard of provisions. Among qjher things, ho was opposed to the appointment of. oliicers by tho governor, except, perhaps, a major-gen-crul : ho preferred that tho other offi. enrs should be elected those who were to do duty were the best judges of who should be thetr officers, and should have the same right to elccYtliem that wo havo to elect civil officers. He did not like tho provision maAn. for lhr nnnnmtmcnt of a COrioral to ovrry ten men in a company of ono bun drcd making :en corporals to u company lie was oppootd to the school of instruc- lion as iironosed and w;uiiini' ten imys !ri!L It vioulil Up. an unnecessary tax of fi...

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 March 1838

CO.iSTANTISlE REPUBLIOAN. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, is-l. .APPOINTMENTS DY THE GOVERNOR, By and tdith the advice and content of the Sen. .-. ate. ' March 14,1838. ' Timothy P. Burger, Notary Public, B J rrion county. Franklin Cowdcry, Notary Public, St. Joseph county. - Wm. E. Boardman, Notary Public, St. Joseph county. .., , Benjamin Kingsbury. Jr., Notary Public, Wyuo county. ' Charles S. Bagg, (vice John S. Bagg, resigned,) Notary Pj blic, Vayno county. Tin Detroit Tot and tub Pathiots. A meeting was lately holden at Detroit, on the tub. ject of tha troublca wbich have existed, and which now exist, upon our frontbr. Tho meeting, it . appears, was attended, among others, by Genar al Jossra Baow, Judga Wilkins, General Bur. ,ick, Pte Moret, Esq., Mr. Mizner, Mr. Phillips,' Mr. Bacon and Thos. C. Sheldon. Tbo Post tha next day denounced it as a federal MKKTINO. -- ' - . Tho meeting, it appaars, was holden for tha purposa of corroding fals a reports which hava been circulated throughout 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. — 21 March 1838

M CEIVEDand for Bale 50 pair G n's. thick boots; .l 25 do. prims fall' boots; 25 do. thick bTo m' ( do. wo. mi'ii'i Fino Calf Shoos, ly I!r. S3. ALBERT ANDKUS & CO. TqARIII.Y PIIXS. Dr. 8. Phiiincy's JL Anti Dysp-ptic or Bilious rills, for mho. i2 ; complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of the slonu.ch, sin h as sourness, s'c't ncia or pain in the stomach viii bowol, lialilu.il oativens, pains in ti'hcr ni'e, j iiindico or clinr. rheaa,wilh aft! ctkms of llio head, p .inn, dizziness, drowsiness, rhcum.itic aflccMons of tho joints, af. fMtions of the bladder, or piles, kick headache so mmon with f vbb habite. Cartificato from B-rj imin Knowrr, Em,. . Having suffered for some timo with i -idig'stion and fl ttulcncy, I wrs adnVd to try Dr Tiiinn; y' A nti. Dyspeptic or' Bilious' Pills, und after using them for soma time, am prrp-rod to s y ti nt tin y aro the mild.st and y?t the morst rflio.-cious. in their operation of any article of thj kind f h ue Tcr ttst'il, and what...

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 March 1838

5 t i 4 VOLUME II....No.35. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MARCH 28. 1838. NUMBER 87. 1 . ' : ' -V' 4 y. . 1 . ... -I 1 it ,' i i I"' H V ft if !;. r i t 1. ; CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, roiiuato bt DANIEL RIIJNGER, ' fcvary Wednesday Morning, corner of Cansrls and Water street, at hia I'riAtlDg-Ortice and ilook '" star, aver the Bank. Stairs, south aide. C 89 80, if paid in ad ranee hwaJ aim .Aa. ka Unl .1 no nthi j or, rear. t 3 so! at the end of the year Kl AMK. TO OWNERS OF ITIIXtS, AND MILL PRIVILEGES The subscriber 'offers hia aorvicce aa a Mill Wright, in the erec. lion of new mills of nil kinds, and in the improve m ent of old ones. He would state that his whole life has been spent in the study and practice of . this kind of mechanism 5 and from hi ion; ex pa tience as an operative, both in Europe and the ' United States, he has been enabled to inform ' himself of all the improvements introduced in . taachinery as applicable to water or steam power, and feels warrante...

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 March 1838

FOREIGN NEWS. Th racket ship, Albany, dpt. Johnson, which arrived at New.York oa Saturday, 3rd last. brings the following Foreign intelligence ; London, Jan. 12. The important experiment of stenrn ntivi Ration to America, which iho Great Wes. tern "team ship is destined to make, will soon bo brought to tlio test. lio has been for tome time, in the Th nines receiving her en. gincs, will be ready for sea in March, and will lake her departure frrmi Driatol for New. York early in April. Tho uneasy state ef our relations with Canada, tender? tho tri. umph of steam in voyages across tho At. lantic, a more' than ordinarily desirable com. municntion. Standard, ' . - London, Jan. 0. The most gratifying intelligence that has reached us, is that received by Ir Majes. ty'a Government respecting tho dctcrmina- Hon of the United Siatcs. v We aro happy to observe, from the fair and impartial tone of all the respectable portion of the press of the United Stares, that the attempt to ex. cite a feeli...

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 March 1838

Again, if tlte construction contended for bo correct, if the design of the constitution was merely to secure political privileges it has miserably provided for religious tole ration. According to this construction, an individual might bo thrown into prison or roasted at the Make on account ol his reli. pious belief, and yet the constitution not bo invaded. ' u Again, upon what principle w t that the Affirmation of a witness can be considered worthless while the affirmation of the samo individual that he will discharge faithfully the duties of a particular office, must bo re ceived as deserving of credit or who can oppose the frontiers of the constitution would bo guilty of such strange absurdity as to de. dare that an individual who was unworthy of credit in a court of justice, might enact laws, or administer or execute themthat tho man who could not bo entrusted with the rights of a single individual, might have the guardianship of tho interests of tho wholo community that an indiv...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 March 1838

J' IT ST HI CEIVED and fur sale. 50 pain Genii, thick boots; T-5?l25 do. prime Calf W boots; 2a Co. thick broeuns: 50 do. wo. men Tine Calf Shoo, by Nov. 22. ALBERT ANDKUS & CO. If'NARIILY FILLS. Dr. 8. Phinney'e JLL Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rills, for renio. y'ing complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of Clio stomach, such as sourness, sick. I.css or pain in tho stoinucli and bowels, habitual oattvoness, pains in cither aide, jaundice or diar. rhoea.with affections of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of joints, af. - Actions of the bladder, or piles, kick houdacho so omnion with focblo habile. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Esq. Having suffered for somotinio with indigestion nad flatulency, I was advisid to try Dr Phinney' Ar.ti. Dyspeptic or Bilious rills, und after using ' them for somo time, am pre purcd to any that they 're the mildt-st mid yet the most efficacious in their operation of uny article of tho kind I have ever used, mid ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 April 1838

in j VOLUME II....N0. 30. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, APRIL 4. 1838. NUMBER 88. , r4 in in CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, PCBLUBID if DANIEL lUCNCEH, A?rv Wednesday Moralnt, corner of Cannrli and Water street!, ai kia JMattat-Offlce and Hook store, over the Bank. Stairs, south side. ( 9 SO, if paid la advanee ) Jans I 3 00. after the first 3 months or, rsa ask. . 3 00, at the end of the year. fmo OWNERS OF ITI ILLS, AND Jl MILL PRIVILEGES. The subscriber offers his services as a Mill Wright, in the erec. lion of new mill of all kinds, and in the improve ment of old onoe. Ha would state that hia whole life haa been spirit in the study and practice of thia kind of mechanism ; and from hi long espe. 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 ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 April 1838

cjr manifested towards him. But I could neither excuse nor admire her for any de. votion which sho might exhibit toward any man who was opposed to iho causa of the country in tho second war of independence, iu which she so prodigally and generously ahed her best blood. It 'becomes her in tivo.bcrn children to B i to her f mils a little Win J, . And to lu-r virtues very kiu'J.,, Sha has few faults, sir; sho has ninny and noljlo. virtues. Hut her late election took "placo before tho Sub.Treasury was nronosed. and tho result of.t'mt clectioi . i . . cannot- b;j cited as nny special condemn. tion by her people of that measure. I ad init, however, that they arc opposed to it at this time. "have taken placo sinco tho Prei lent re. (.'uiiiiii'.'iiuuu win e.s;auasmni.-m 1.1 an mow pendent Treasury system. In Michigan, tho election irsulted in favor of tho Admin istration 1'iom which that measure proceed- ed. Tho Senator from Ncv-iork (Mr. 1 allntjttt.'i', niust excuso mo: 1 do not mean to p...

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 April 1838

f x ' it ' ' I, 'performed with' fidelity "to, tho public and with jutico to the banks. No Bank of respectability should dis "grace, itself by. receiving and paying out at its counter such worthless rag; and I '.cannot but suspect that such brinks 'as do -so, are participating in the profits. I di. TCard tho threats of n certain gentleman 'residing at Pontiac. who has promised to y" uao me up and shall continuo : to give the alarm when I see the people likely to be defrauded out of their hard earnings, and the character of tho State destroyed. . ' THOMAS FITZGERALD, ' Bank Commissioner. Marshall, March 22, 1838. ' 1 C0HSYA?1Ti2 BEPU3U0AH. WKDNKHDAV, AIUII.4. l:H. APPROPRIATION BILL. , ' ' ' ; ' Detroit, M-rch 33, 1639. 't'tJ Sir Tho appropriation bill has this moment passed the Senate. It paired tho House yester. day. This bill provide that throo hundred und -fifty thousanJ dollars be expended the ensuing --yoar on tho southern railroaJ, and the snno a- mount on tho c antral road. O...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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