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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 4 April 1838

JU8TRE. CE1VED and for sale. 50 pair Gents, thick boots; do. prime Calf S3 boots; 25 do. thick PI brogins; ou ao. wo. men's Fino Calf Nov. 23. ALBERT ANDKUS Sl CO. a FAMILY IILLS. Dr. S. rhiuney's Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, for rcmo. ving complaints arising from indigostion or weakness of tho stomach, such a sourness, Kick, 'nca or pain in tho stomach and bowels, habituul ' ostivonet.s, pains in cither aide, jaundico or diar. rhoja.with affections of tho head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of tho joints, af lectioni oflhe bladder, or piles, sick haad-icho ao common with foeblo habit?. '- Certificate from Benjamin Knowcr, Eq. If ivinit amftVi-rrt fur anmn timn uritti iniliiri'fction and flatulency, I was advised to try Dr Phinnry's Anti. Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, and after lining them for some tmio, am prepared lo say mat nicy are the mildest and yet tho most efficscious in their operation of any article of tha kind I have .aver used, and what I esteem of...

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 April 1838

(G) PP' VOLUME II....N0. 37. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, APRIL 11. 1838. NUMBER 89. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, roaLuncD it DANIEL. ITCUNGEIt, very Wednesday Morning, corner of Cunnrls and Water atreeta, at hia V rintlng-umce anu uooa etora, ever the Dank. Staira, aouth aide. ( 3 SO, If paid (a advance 3 00, after the drat 3 montbi i or, rta ami. 3 40, at the end or the year. ryno owners or mills, aivd JJ. MILL riUVILEUES. The subscriber ofTera hia acrvicoa aa a Mill Wright, in the crcc tion of now mi la of all kinds, and in the improve. ment of old ones. He would state that his wholo life has been spent in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from hia long expe rience as an operative, both in Europe and the United States, ho has been enabled to inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or stoam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have occasion for his services, that ho is master of his business...

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 April 1838

!. 1 , to von, that the route askc 1 for by this bill, will cot over and above the present loca ted route, the sum of one hundred and sev. enteen thousand dollars, showing to you the manner of their estimates, when the route asked for by the bill, is twiited among lakes, over and "along the sides of tremendous hills, crooked, and one place making an an. glo of ninety.six degrees I fcay, sir, docs it show that "they desired to pass from a di rect line ? I acquit them ; they have showed n willingness to locale the 60ut!.em railroad on a direct lino.' They are impeded, it U no fault of theirs. They did not form ihe.so hills, and they do hope that this state will not atte-npt to dig them down ; let them re. main, they were created for some wise pur. pose; 1 will not attempt to account for them. They are shunned by the rivcr,.and if that stream was"' there when those hills were formed, it would doubtless say,, that when the earth was first-put in motion upon its axis, it was not correctl...

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 April 1838

C0HSTM1TIHE REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY, APRIL U, 1933. Oar Legislature, before adjourning, authorized the Board of Internal Improvement to make a new survey from Ccntrevillo, through Lockport and Caasopolis to Niles. in We publibh Mr. Lancaater'a speech to-day. . It apoaka for itself. Tlio Circuit Court for St. Joseph count ia now in session. Tho Sub-Treasury bill hua passed the Senate, and haa been laid on the tablo in the House. Farmers Bank of Genesee County We per. ceive by tho Bank Commissioners' Report to the Legislature of tho condition of that swindling concern, the Farmers' Bank of Genosee County, that among others, W. W. Gitt, Tobias Lowe, and IV. IV. Johnson, are represented as being stockholdera. Those aame men were at Centre villa, at the time tho Farmers' and Merchants' Bank waa started, and we aro informed were atockholdera and directors. It appears from this circumstance that there is a connexion betwoon the two. , O'Steamboats have commenced running from Buffalo to Dotro...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 April 1838

u st RE CEIVED and for tale. 50 pair Genii, thick boots? AT25 do. prim Calf Jf boots; 25 do. thick brogans; 50 do. wo men Fine Calf Shoe, by Nr. 22. ALBERT ANDKUS &. CO. FAMILY rilXS. Dr. S. Phinneys Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rill", for rcmo. ring complaints arising from indigestion or woakncss of the stomach, such as sourness, sick, ncss or pain in the stomach and bowels, habitual osliveness, pains in either side, jaundice or diar. rhcsa.with affections of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of the joints, af. factions of the bladder, or piles, sick headache so common with feeble Uabite. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Esq. ' H iving suffered for some time with indigestion and flatulency, I was advised to try Dr Flimncy's Anti.Dyspeptic or Bilious Tills, and after using thorn for some time, am prepared to say that they re the mildest and yet the most efficacious in their operation of any article of tha kind I hare vor used, and what 1 esteem 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. — 18 April 1838

t- in y n 1 r 1 VOLUME II....NQ.38. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, M'SLliHICD BY DAMCL TttUXGEH, Tar Wednesday Morning, coroer of Cannrla and Water streets, at his rrlntlna-OlIke and Uook tora, over the Hank. Btalrs, south aide.' CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, APRIL 18. 1838. NUMBER 90. 82 50, if paid in advance 3 00 after the first 3 months i or, i 1 3 80. at the end of the yenr. TO OWIKS OF JTiiis, Aiivi MILL PRIVILEGES. The .ubsenber offer his services hp a Mill Wrighti in the erec. lion of now millt of .ill kinds, and in the improve mont of old onos. He would state that his wholo Ufa has been spnt in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism and from hi long expe. . 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 aa applicablo to wutor or staam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may bavo occasion for his services, that ho is master tf his business, and per...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 April 1838

Hrid-Quarters, Detroit, ) Adj't Geti'lt Office, March 31, 1838. GENERAL ORDERS Ho. 1. J In pursinnoo t tin act entitled "un set to a. rnsnd an act to orginuilhe militia," approved March 27, 1633, lii Exe jlloncy tho Commander. in-CM-f h la mado tl.o following: nominations, in conventiou of botli Housus of tho Legislature, March 33. 1833 j via t . John R. YVilli wis, mjjor gmr ral 1st division Honj. F. II. Withorcll, brigadior gen. 1st brigade Hor.ice A. Noyea, briya lior Jj3n3ral 2J do. John M. Berriun, coloiul, ' 1st reg't. Ahm.C. Truu, do. 21 do. Amnion Brown, do. - 31 do. Nahum r.Thijcr, do. 4th do. (Joorffi Milos, major innenl, 21 division ElijiU W. Morgan, brigadbr general, 3 1 brig tde sa Williams, do. 4th do. 5th r.'g't Cth do 7th (?o 8th do 31 division 5th brigado Cth do 9 th reg't 10th do 11th do 12th do liJward Clark, colonel, ).vcn Welch, do A. D. Cram, " do (inorgo Howe, do -h .rim C llacall, ni 'jor geinrJ, lilijih F. Cook, brigadier do Kingsl'-y 8. Bingham, do William ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 April 1838

i COIISTAHTIIIE REPUBLICAN. WCDNF.SOAY, APRIL 19, ' Tht Southern Railroad. In addition to tin appropriation of thrae hundred and fifty thou, and dollars, a resolution was adopted by tho Le gislature authorising tho Board of Internal Im. provement to purchase immediately fifty milea of Railroad Iron fur the southern road, and fifty miles for the central road, which makes the up. propriation in fact, upon the southern road, our hundred and seventy thousand dollars, instead of three hundred and fifty. In addition to this, we hare about seventy-five thousand dollars re maining of the last year's appropriation ; making inall,te hundred and forty.five thouiand dot. .lar$ to bo exponded upon tho southern railroad this year. We understand that it is tho inten. tion of the commissioners to finish tho road and put cars in operation by next fill, from Monroe to the centre of Hillsdale county. They will probably expond the romaindor in excavating the hills in Hillsdale county, west of tho centr...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 April 1838

TTUST UI Cl? CEIVED and for sale. 50 pairs Gen's, thick lootf; CkTJ J ccw l oots; 25 do. thick brojr n; 50 do. men's . Fine Calf Show, by Nov. 22. ALBERT ANDUUS & CO. I1AMIEY PILLS. Dr. S. Phinny's 1 Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, for remc. iii If complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, such os sourness, 4ck. ncss or pain in tho stomach and bowels, habitual eostivem-ss, piiins in either side, jaundice or diar. rho:n,with affections of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of tho joints, af ftctions of tho bladder, or piles, sick hoadachc so common with feoblo habite. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Ps. H iving suffered for some tinio with indigral urn and flatulency, I wue advised to try Dr P'.iinm y's Anti-Dyepcptic or Bilious Pills, and after using them for some time, om prepared to siy that they era tho mildest ond yet the most cfncicious in tlinir operation of any article of .th j kind I luvo vr iiP1. nnd what I esteem of gr...

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 April 1838

....... .1 , . fc ......... I J If VOLUME II....N0. 39. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, APRIL 25. !8:J8. NUMUER b. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, PPSLIIHKO T Iter r Velnrsly Moruhii, eurnrr of Cnnnrls ant Vkir renta.--.it his l'rlntinir-Offi unJ liuok- tors, over tlie Itank. rirj.lrs, south aide. ( 9 J SO, .f .ui; In .1 Ivancr i J IM :J in urt-r the flr-r :j i nil i or, n. --. f 3 .vi, nt Mi en 1 or " r r. MILL PKIVH.ECiR. Tin subcri!i oTers hot sr.rvio-s M tl Wright, in tho tcz. tion of new mill of " Winds, nnd i'i iho improv . mont of oil on s. II wo dd itato that bis hoi lif halt h e'i sp in the study n d pr.etin- o'' thin kin I of ineohauiun n! fro n hi- lo ig . x . rimc an an onrr itivc, In Europe, a rl t1 o United Nt ts ho has lo ?:i n .1.11 to infor . him If of all th i.'iprov.vii.jnts i iToIno J H mac!. in rv a applicable low-it r or U mm po-ver. and fo U "w.trr.'ritpd in assuring those who imy h iv occasion for his services, tint hi is nv.st r Thin busin n. nd pf ctly ub...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 April 1838

GOERAL OIIDKIIS. Hbad-Quarters, Detroit, Adj't Gen'l's Office, March 31, 1833 GENERAL ORDERS' Ho. 1. In pursuance to tlio act entitled on tct to a. mend an act to organize tlio. militia," approved March 27, 1838, his Excellency the Commander. in-Chief has made the following nominations, in convention of both Houses of tho L-gislaturo, March 30. 1838; via: . " John II. William, major general 1st division Bonj. F. II. Withcrell, brigadier gen. 1st brigado Horace A. Noyea, brigadier general 2d ilo. John M, Berrien, colonel, - 1st reg't. Abm. C. Truax, do. 2d do. : Amnion Brown, do. . . 3i do. . Nshum P. Thayer, do. - . 4th do. Georre Miles, major cencral, 2d division Elijah W. Morgan, brigadier general, 3d brigade Aia Williams, do. nit uo. 2th reg't 6th do 7th do 8th do Edward Clark, coionel, Owen Wolch, do A. D. Crane, .do George. Howe, do - Charles C. Uascall, major general, Elijah F. Cook, brigadier do Kingslcy 8. Bingham, - do William Crooks, colonel, Orange Foote, do ; Ely Barnard...

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 April 1838

Mr. Thornton and 1 o'clock, on house in this Tillage We copy the following proceeding of a meet ing held at Coldwatcr, the residence of tho Hon. Hiram AlJen, refuting the calumnious aspcr ion of one of the mombers of the Legislature, against the private character of Mr. Aldcn, when hia nomination by the GoTerner, for one of the ' Board of Internal Improvement, waa submitted to the House for confirmation : . PR. ALDEN AT HOME. At a meeting of the inhabitants of the vil. lage of Cold water convened without dis tinction of party at the post office of said. ' village, on tho 9th instant, Hon. S. A. IIolbrook was called to tho chair and - Hiram Cowles appointed secretary. , On motion of J. J. Curtis, a committer of three was appointed, consisting of Dr. T. N. Caulkins, Hon. S. A. IIolbrook and R. J. Champion, Esq., to draft resolutions expressive of the senso of the meeting. Dr. C. from said committee, reported the following preamble and resolutions, which were unanimously adopted. Where...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 April 1838

t 1 ' ! t ! fertrT nr. CEIVEP and f.r f.-.lc 50 p-irt Gen's, tliick booti; J 23 do. prinio Calf ' A t oots; 25 Ho. thick Lroguns; SO do. wo. men's Fine Calf Sho-s. bv Nov. 22. ALBERT ANDI.US & CO. F AH 1 171' rUTT. Dr. 8. Phinney's Anti Dysp-piic or Bilious Pill, for r mo. ving compl unts arising from indigestion or weakness of tlio stoninch, such as sourness, sick ness or p tin in tho atom ch ond bowI., habituel ostivi in.sa, pains in cither side, jaundice or diar. rhcca.with auctions of the In ad, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rhcuni.itio affections of tho joints, af. fections of the bladder, or piles, sick headache so common with febb liahit. Certificate from B.nj unin Knower, Eq. II iving suffered for soiuo timtt with indigestion and flatulency, I w; a advi :d to try Dr Phinney's Anti.Dyupcptic or Biiioue Tills, and utter using tkein for soma time, iim prepured to s.v- t! at l!ny aro the iuUd.t mul yet tl.o most iflic-'cioiis in their operation of ; ny urticle of tin kind I ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 2 May 1838

VOLUME II....N0. 40. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAY 2. 1838. NUMBER 92. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rvaiMHto BY . . DANIEL BIUNGER, vary Wednesday Mornlnf, eorner of Canarli and Water atreeta, nt liii l'rintmg-Otftre and liook etore, oyer the Dank. Stalra, aoutn aide. (3 SO, If paid In advance i ) aUM 3 00. after the flrat 3 months j or, i rci . I 8 AO, nt the end of the ye.ir. TO OWNERS OF WILLS, AND MILL PRIVILEGES The aubiicribcr offers hi services at a Mill Wright, in the ereo. lion of new mills of all kinds, and in tho improvo. ' ment of old ones. He would utate that his whole life has been upcnt in tho study and prjetice of this kind of mechanism ; and from hi Ion; expe rience aa an operative, both in Europe and the United States, ho has been enabled to inform Itimselfof 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 cervices, that he is mister 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. — 2 May 1838

gex i:nAi oiiDEns. . . i IIkad-Quartem, Detroit, ) " Adj't Gen'l't Office, March 31, 1838. J GENERAL ORDERS No. 1. In puruanco to ths act ontitl d "tin act to a. mend an act to org inixe the militia, approved March 27, 1833, liu Excellency the Commander. in-CltLf haamado the following nominations, in convention of both Ilouaea of tlio Lgiklaturo, Mrch 33, 1838 via J John R. Willi una, m ijor general lt divition Uonj. F. II. Wilherell, brigadier gen. lit bl igadtf lloruco A. Noyce, brigadijr general 2d do. John M. Berrien, colonel, lt reg't. Abm. C. Truax, do. 2d do. Amnion Drown, , do, . . . 3J do. Nah-vn P. Tliaycr, do. . 4th do. George Milus, major gonrral, - 2 J diviaion Elijah W. Morgan, briidior goncral, 3 J Lrigido Aaa Williame, do. 4th do. Edward Clark, co'onul, 5th reg't Owen Welch, di fth do A. D. Crano, do ' 7lh do liwrge llow do 8th do Clnrlm C. Hiscall, major general, 3 J tliviuion Elijah F. Cook, brigadier do 5th brigade Kingby 8. Bingham, do Cth do William Crooks, colo...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 2 May 1838

CullSTAHTUlE REPUBLICAN. WEDNESDAY. MAV , KJS. Tk General Banking Law, has passed both houses of tho New York Legislature, and recoiv ed the signaturo of tho Governor. The Leirislature of New York adjourned on the ldtlt ult., having made an appropriation of Four million! of dollars for the purpose of en lareing tho Erie Canal, for steamboat navigation: tkrts million! in aid of the construction of the , New York and Erie Railroad ; thre hundred thousand for the Cattskill and Canajoharie Rail road; two hundred and seventy-five thousand for the Oswego and Ithaca Railroad ; and two hundred thousand for tho Auburn and Syracuse Railroad being an aggrrg ito of seven million seven hundred and seventy-Jit thousand dot. lars. The Relief Bill, which passed the Senate, was ' killed in the House. This bill proposed that the canal and othor funds should be loaned to the banks If they should require it, to aid in resuming pacio payments. Notwithstanding tho defeat of this bill, the New York Binks ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 2 May 1838

JUST HE CEIVED and fit sale. 50 puirs Ganis. thick Lmli: A--l25 do. prime Calf Ur loot; 25 do. thick brogana; .10 do. wo. men's Fine Calf Kline. tlV Kr. 22. ALBERT ANDKUS ACQ. TC1A51ILY PILLS. Dr. 8. Phinnoy's XV Anti Dyspeptic or Biliou Pills, for r mo. vinr complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, such as sourness, nick. t:ess or pain in tho tonne h and bowel, habitual osUvcneM, jpaine In oithcr aide, jaundice or diar. rhcca,with affections of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affectiona of the joints, af. factions of tlie bladder, or pilea, aick headache ao common with feoblo habitc. Certificate from Benjamin Knowr r, Esq. Having Buffered for aome time with indication and flatulency, I woe advised to try Dr Thinner' Anti-Dypcptic or Bilioua Pills, and after using them for aome time, am prepared to say tl at they are the mildoat and yet the moat efficacious in their operation of any article of tho kind I hare erer used, and what I esteem of g...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 May 1838

mm & 1 trf ffi n m , , i - VOLUME IL. -No. 41. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rCJMIUKD IT U1MLL ItlUKCEIt, i. WednraJny Mornlnr. corner nf Canarl and Wattv atroeu, at hit rrlnttng-Offloe mid book estaira, ioum aiuo. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAY 9. 1838. NUMBER 03. lor; over the Hank. t 69 SO. If nald in advance t joia 3 01, after the lint 3 inonthi f or t 3 50. Ot the CIlU or too year. rino owners or miils, and JL MILL PRIVILEGES The subscriber offers hit services as a Mill Wright, in the ercc. tion of new mills of all kinds, and in the improve, ment of old ones. lie would state that his whola life hns been this kind of mOR rience aa an operative, both in Europe and the - Unitod Statea, ho has been cnaoiea to lniorm himself of all the improvements introducad in machinery as applicable to wator or Btaam power, and feels warranted in assuring thono who may have occaaion for his services, that he is muster ofhia business, and perfectly able to perform any work satisfactor...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 May 1838

the community, and in the hands of agents far that purpose, great) exceeded the sum specified. The entire issues of this bank were made in violation of the law, without endorsement by a bank commissioner. An account of the discounted bills, mentioned in the above statement, was entered in a book in the bank, but no other book of en. tries was kept, from which any thing could be discovered of the affairs of this institu. , tkn. There was, indeed, a book present, ed, purporting to be the cash book of the bank, in which entries were made, exhibi. - ting the pretended amount of specie, for. j j urn- .u v.-i. on tk nmrmni and evenini nf prh tv. O . B " J ' for a large proportion of the tune after the bank went into operation. But so clear was the evidence that the en trie were made for the purposes of deception, and the whole prepared for the occasion., that it was enti- . tied to no consideration. The investigation of the Wayne County Bank, located at Plymouth, enables the un. . ucioigu...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 May 1838

c:::3TA1iti:ie republican. WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 13U8. Detroit and St. Jotipk Railroad That por tion of the road from Detroit to Ypsilanti wm finished, and the cars commenced running on the 8th February last. The receipt, since then have averared over ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY DOLLARS PER DAY ! The Detroit . FrttA Prnaa a.iva t . Since the arrival of boata from Buffalo, which " left after canal boat from the east began to arrive there, the receipt have exceeded on an average fie hundred dollars per day. For the laat fow they have averaged over two hundred end fiftv dollar per day." We think the rdar. adopted by tho Legislature a correct one, with regard to the expenditure of the annropriationi. The iuuii appropriated for the different works, will be expended upon the eastern end ; the effect of which will be, that the road will be finished for ten or twelve mibs at a time.so that it will be constantly bringing in some, thing to the state. The receipts, as shown above, amount to ris. Ing thi...

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