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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 May 1838

7TUST HE mJ CEIVEDand fir sule. 50 pair Gents, thick boots; do. prime Calf e -jr boots; 25 do. thick hrorraim: .r0 do. wo. inou's Vino Calf Klin:;, bv Nov. 22. ALBERT ANIMUS &, CO. I7JAMILY PILLS. Dr. - H. Phinney's , Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious Filla, for rcmo. iifjf complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, such as sourness, sick, ncss or puin in the stomach and bowels, habitual oslivcnrss, pains in cither side, jaundice or diar. rluea.with uffcctioiis oflho head, puinn, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of the joints, af. factions of the bladder, or piles, sick hcaducho so common with fccbln hahite. Certificate from Benjamin ICnowrr, Eq. Having suffered for soino time with indigestion and flatulency, I was advised to try Pr Phinney's AnU-Dynpeptic or Bilious Pills, and after using them for some time, am prepared to sny that they are the mildest and yet tho most efficacious in their operation of any article of the kind I .have over used, 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. — 16 May 1838

twitt VOLUME II....N0. 42. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CpUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAY 1G. 1838. NUMBER 94. i ! i If- I! CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, vary Wednesday Morulnc, forner of Canaria and Water treeta, lit hla IVInttns-Olllee and llook tora, over the Uinik. Htalra, aoutli aide.. ft'l SO, If paid in advance A1M 3 00 after the nrni a mumiiij or, ( . 3 00, at tne end or tne ye r. rmo owivrcns op hixls, and UL MILL PRIVILEGE. The BiiWribur ofl'era his aorvicea ana Mill Wright, in the erec. lion of new mills of ill kinds, und in tlio improv. mont of old onos. lid would at&te that his whol life has been ap-nt in the study and pr ictica of this kind of mechanism ; nnd from hit long exp v riencn as an operative, both in Europe and tin United States, ho haa been enabled to inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to wutor or stjam power, ml feela warranted in Ensuring thoso who miy h iv 3 occision for his services, that ha is m ist r of his business, and perfectl...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 May 1838

of this bank, expecting, as they said to re. turn to Lapeer on tho 13th or 14th inst. The bank was left in my charge. t do not find the original book of sub. C rip t ion to tho stock of the bank. Tho annexed is a true li&t of the stockholders and amount held, as well as transfers, as exhibited by the stock leger, Then is no other book of stock account in tho bank, and no list posted up. Th cashier and president, utvd also myself, aro directors; tho others I do not know, and there is ho book in tho bank exhibiting it. There is no book showing any statement of the af. fairs and condition of tho bank. It seems from the books, that on tho twen. tieth day of December last, notes of tho bank of Laneer were Issued to the amount of twenty -two thousand dollars ; no other issues appear by the books to have been made. The books show . tho capital stock to have been paid in, to tho amount of $15,. 000 in soecie. This amount appears o have been on hand on the second of Janu. ary, and by the...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 May 1838

I l , "a ' AuM Sfmoot Accidents. Two dreadful ' ateamboat exploaioua occurred on the 23d and 25th of April one the Oronoko, on the Missis, ippi river, between Nw Orloaua and Louisvillo. by which nearly hundred Urea were lost ; and the other the Moselle, on the River Ohio, at Cincinnatti, by which, according to the first ac eounta, sns hundred and twenty Jive, and by more recent particulars, two HUMoaao and Tina. Tr oa roaTT lives were lost I Perkins, the cap. tain, through whosa imprudence or folly of am bition the explosion took place, is among the slain. The two annexed short articles, from a late Cincinnatti paper, appar to be the most authentio accounts that have been published. Steamer Moselie. Wo have obtained ' from the committee appointed to inquire into the facta concerning t ho loss of this boat, tho following particulars : Thero were on board, as nearly as can te ascertained, two hundred and fifty jive passengers. Of this number, it is known that there are. s . .53 dead, ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 16 May 1838

'URT RE CEIVED aud fit Bale. 50 pain Rnnia. thick boots'. 7125 do. prime Calf tw. hi boot; 35 do. thick brogins; SO do. wo men' Fine Calf Shoo, by Nor. 22. ALBERT ANDRUS & CO. ENA32II.Y IIIAS. Dr. 8. Phinncy's , Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rills, Tor remo ving complaints arising from indigestion or Weakness of the alomach, auch aa aourncaa, aick. neee or pain in the atomach and bow In, habitual oetivcncM, pains in cither aide, jaundice or diar. rhcaa,with affections of the head, paina, dizziness, drowsiness, rheumatic afTectiona of the jointa, af. Actions oftho bladder, or pilca, aick headache ao eommon with feeble habite. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Eaq. Having suffered for eome time with indirection and flatulency, I waa adviaod to try l)r Fhinney's Anti-Dyspeptic or Bilioua Pill, and after using them for aunie time, am prepared to any that they are the mildest nud yet the moat efficacious in their operation of any article of the kind I have ever uacd, 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. — 23 May 1838

4 .-.., VOLUME II....N0. 43. CONSTANTINE, ST.JOSEWJ COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAY 23. 1838. NUMBER 95. f ,- I CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, Ft'SLUMD T DANIEL MUNCEn, ' Every We.lnMilnr Mornliir, earner f Cansris and IVntrr trert. at hi I'rlntini-Offlje and Book store, over rhe' Unnk. btair, south fide. ( 1 50, if puid in advance i 3 IK) after the Arat 3 month! t or. S .VI. at tha rn1 of Mie ye. r. T; OU'XHmS OF ITX1XL.S, AND MILL PRIVILEGES Tha ubucrib r qft'cra his ajrvicas ana Mill Wright, in the rcc tion uf ntw mills of all kinds, and in the improva. nent of old ones. Hi would state that, his whol ) lift his boon spmt in the. study and prpctics of thin kind of mechanism ; and from hU long exp rienc i us an operative, both in Europe and thn United 8tat.a, he has been cnablad to inform himsolf of all tha improvements introduced in tmchiii ry as applicuble to watsr or stoam power, and feals warranted in assuring thone who may hava occasion for his services, that he is master f his buHin -6S, 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. — 23 May 1838

POLITICAL SIGNS OF THIS TIMES. 4 In the course of tho discussion in the Scnato upon Mr. Clay's resolution, provid. ing that thero shoulu be no discrimination mado in the funds to bo received inpay ment for public revenue, accruing from customs, lands, or o;hcr sources, ond tjt notes of sound specie paying banks sliould be a legal tender to the government, be re. ceived at any rale, awl paid ut IF the pub. accreditor a would receive them, . Mr. WRIGHT moved to refertho rcwo. lution to the committee on finance, of u Inch too is chairman, for reasons which ho gave at some length. In tho first jlacc he suid tho Senate had, by tho . sub-trcasury bill, which they had passed and sent to tho oth. cr. house, provided for doing away tho dis erimiim'.ion, a the resolution of Mr. Clay Contemplated. And as regard the reccp. tion of tho notes of specie .-paying, banks, thero was no necessity for further legislative action, as such was now tho practice, the notes of specie paying banks being now r...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 May 1838

" " - V V, 1: If .l.t a Railroad, two trips a day. Hitherto the can had made but one trip a day between Detroit and Ypsilanti. Tho Froe Trei atatca by request, that from tho 17th inst., they would make two trips each way per day ; leaving the depot at De troit at 6 o'clock A. M. and at half pant one T. M., and Ypsilanti at 10 A. M. and half past 4 o'clock T. M. . . 'Doctor Emmoni.Tht editor of the Detroit Morning Post asserts, that tho Rov. Dr. Einmona of Franklin, Mass., whom ho has hoard preach " many a time and oft," haa recently entered up. on the NiNETY-rouaTii year of his age, and that he not long sinco p;rformod a journey from that place to Boston and Salom, and was present at an ordination at Madford. With such on adini. red sample of health and longevity among tho clergy, before him, we wonder tho editor had not . himsolf continued in tho ministry S ; Good German). Tho mayor of Cincinnati acknowledged on the 30th ult.. tho roceipt 'from contributions from the German residen...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 May 1838

TTlfBT RE- K 'J C CEIVED and fcr sale. 50 pairs Gen's, thick boot; 25 c'o. prime Calf boots; 25 do. thick brogaus; fQ do. wo. wen's Fin Calf 8 hoc. lv Nor. 22. ALBERT ANDKUS & ft). EJAMIEY riEES. Dr. 8. Phinney's 1 Anti Dysp -ptic or Bilious Pills, for remo. vinv snm nbunta arisinrr from inditrostiun or weakness of the stomnch, such an sourness, sick, new or p :in in tha stomach and bowels, habitual otiv ness, pains in either side, jaundice or diar. rlura.with affections of the head, puins, dizziness, drowsiness, rhe.umttic affections of the joints, af. . feetions of the blndt'cr, or j.ike, sick baadacho ao . common with fu-ddo halite. Certificate from BcnJ unln Knower, Ese. ' Having suffered for solno liino with indication and flatulency, I was advised to try Dr Phinney's An ti. Dyspeptic or Bilious Pills, and after using tkcm for soma time, urn prrpoml to say that they are the mild, st and yet tho most efficvcious in tj.ir operation of any article of the kind I have ever used,...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 May 1838

I'" .1 (if ifv. 4r' I VOLUME II....N0. 44. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, MAY 30. 1838. NUMBER 90. U m III 111 I jfl V. a. 1 '1 . i', e- I n if ,1, t i CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, - H'SLlSHID BT - DANIEL lI17Ii:, Every Wednesday Morning, corner ef Canarls and Watrr streets, at his 1'rlnt inn-Office and Uook tort, over the Uank. Htuirs, south side.' '-f ! so. if naid In advnncei jaxs? 3 00 after Hie first 3 month! j or f 3 8i. nt the end or the ye.1 T3 OtVJVKHS OF TIIIiIjS, A!D MILL PRIVILEGES. Tho subscriber 'offers his services as a Mill Wright, in the ercc. tion tf now mills of til kinds, and in tho improve, ment of old on-ts. II would stato that his wholu life has been spnt in the study and practice of - this kind of mechanism ; and from hi long expo, rienco us an operative, both in Europe and the ' United States, ho lias been enabled to inform Jiimself of all lha improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or stoam power, ' -and feels warrantod in assuring...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 May 1838

7: STATE OF THE TREASURY. Tho following message was received from the President of the United States, by Mr. Adraium Van BuBtN,hii private so. cretary : , To the Senate and House of Representatives: I submit to the consideration of Congress a statement prepared by the Secretary of tle Treasury, by which it appears that the United States, with over twcnty.eight mil lions in deposits with the State, and over fifteen millions duo from individuals and banks, are, from the situatiou in which those "" funds are placed, in immediate danger of ' being rendered unabl to discharge, with : good faith and promptitude, the various pc. . cuniary obligations of the government. Tho occurrence of this result 1ms for fiomo time been apprehended, and efforts t made to avert it. As the principal ditficul ty arises from a prohibition it) the present 'law to re-issue such Treasury notes as might bo paid in before they fall due, and may be effectually ' obviated by giving the Treasury, during tho whole ye...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 May 1838

From the Boston Courier. The United States Gazette of Philadol- phiaon Wednesday week contained the following paragraph, which all printers will at once pronounce remarKBDie, annougn, ' from the source from which they received iL undoubtedly true : Yesterday morning, after th inido of cur paper had been worked oil, the press inan took tho great form, containing the tvnes of both nacres, from tho press, and hooked it to the block and tackle, to lower it into tho composing room when some part of the machinery gave way, and the whoIevff camo (town irom me mira i the second story of the office, cutting awny the floor like a thunder-bolt ; but so well had it bsen " locked up," that not a type . was disturbed." Our friend of tho Gazette was always one of fortune's favorites. " His lines have fallen in pleasant places," and Nature made him good tempered and happy. When the rest of us get cross, he takes things calmly; when our pressmen stumble, it costs us a large sum of money to repair da...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 May 1838

"TTtTST HE- t-U CEl 'EIVED and fi r sale. 50 pair Cunts, thick boot; r 23 do. prime Culf C-it boots; 23 'o. thick brorms;7.0 do. w o. inou's Fino Calf Sho'-s, by Nov. 22. ALBERT AN Pi: US h, CO. SAM I f A' 1I Pr. H. Plmmey's Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rill, for rMmo. vinp complaints arising from indigestion or Weakness of the stomuch, such as sourness, fitk ness or p".in in the stomach and bowels, l;n?jtual eo! iveness, puius in cither side, juundiec or diar. ihaea.with olllctioiis of thfl head, pains, dizzinc, drowsiness, rheumatic affections of the joint, af- . feetions of the bladder, or pilis, sick hcudueho so eomnion with foeble habitc. - Certificate from Bsnjaniin Knowrr, E:q. . Having Buffered for coum time with indention and fiattdeucy, I waa advised to try Dr Phinn'-y' Anti-Dyspeplio or Bilious : Pills, end uiUr using themfor some lime, am prepared to spy that they tro the mildest und yet'tbe most cflic'rtdoua in their operation of any orticlc of tin kind I have ever used, n...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 June 1838

X AAfw At A yi in ii VOLUME II....Na 45. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JUNE 6. 1838. NUMBER 97. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rrLIHED T DANIEL IttLNGEIl. Ery Wedneilay Nomina, corner ot Cnnnrli and Water treeu, at till Printing-Office imil Uook- tort, over tho Hunk. main, aoutu nac ' t fi'l lift, it nold In advnnee 4iM t 3 00 after the firrt 3 montha ntha J or, i e .r. ) ( 3 30. at the end of the ye To owivr.its or muxs a-i MILL PRIVILEGES. Tin ubucribcr otters his aorricua oaa Mill Wright, in the crcc tion tf new mill of all kinds, and in tho improve ment of old onea. Ha would state that his whole life has boon spent in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism j and from hi long expe. rienco as an operative, both in Europe and the United Statos, he has been enabled to -inform himself of all the improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to wator or steam power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have occasion for his services, that ha is master of h...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 June 1838

1'"" ' crime, on condition that after surrendering the will and the estate, he would leavo tin; country . 'I his was immediately done, and I Tim and Eliza toon after left Farmingdell Park for the homestead of her father, whero they still reside, surrounded by wealth and lincere friend. . As for poor Benson he never returned to college, nor was ho ever ogaiu seen in that vicinity. FiomtlieN. Y CdiiimercUl Ad vn liner. DEATH OF COMMODORG WOOLSEV. We have the melancholy intelligence by letter frem Uticathi morning, of tho death! of Commodore Melancthox T. Woolsey,1 of the United Slates Navy. He 1ml been indir -ad for several weeks first from! erysipelas, and then dropsy. We know not the exact ago of thu commodore, but he was piobably not far from sixty. ' In order to enforce the embargo and non- intercourse laws, an armed brig was built '.xnnn r.nkn Ontnrlo. called tho Oneida, the v i i .: i tr..-i I .command oi wua uaueiu iu ooi. -nv.il.Pnii ioiitfnnnt- , Ho hai Uoon mnrh previous ser...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 June 1838

V A FOURTH OF JULY. ' " Pursuant to public notico, the citizoCs from different parti of the county mot at the Exchange ' in the village of Centrevilla, on the 1st day of June, inst. The object of the meeting having 5 been explained, Charlos B. Fitch wai callod to , the chair, and C. Lancaster appointed secretary, v The following revolutions were adopted t ; Resolved, That wo colebnte the1 Anniversary , )f At " n Independence, at Controvilto, on the fourth day of July next, and that twenty per. ! aona bo appointod a committee of arrangements, t and thoreupon, Thomas XV. Langlcy, Edward A. ; Trumbull, Columbia Lancaster, Wm. E. Boird.' man, Luther Stevens, Simoon B. Brown, P. E. Grover, Charles B. Fitch,' Daniel Mungor, John I A. Appluton, Olivor Raymond, Edward Russell, 5 Wm. B. Betts, Banjamin Sherman, Isaac G. Bai. ley, P. R. Toll, C. S. Wheeler, Jehiel Dimick, t ' . Martin G. Shcllhouae and R. W. French, were I appelated said committee. J Roaolved, That tho said committee aro here...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 6 June 1838

IIST RI CEIVEDand fcr aale. 50 pairs Genii, thick loots; 25 do. priino Calf C- fc boot; 35 do. thick Irogans; 50 do. wo. tncn'a Fine Calf Shoes, by Nov. ALBERT ANDKU3 & CO. ETIAEIILY PILIS.-Dr. S. Phinncy'a . Anti Dyspeptio or bilious rills, for remo. tirijr complaints arising from indigestion or weakness of the stomach, such as sourness, sick, ness or pain in the stomach and bowels, habitual eostiveness, pains in wither sido, juundice or diar rhn u ith aff.'.rtinna of the head, pains, dizziness, rnwiincii. rheumatic affections of tho joints, af- fcetions of the bladder, or piles, sick headache eo common with fooble habile. Certificate from Benjamin Knower, Eflfl. Ilavinir suffered for som time with indigestion and flatulency, I wos advised to try Jr nuntieys Anti-Dyspeptic or Bilious Tills, and uftrr using them for some time, sm prepared to say that they are me muuesi nnu yci iraiiiuiniiMiiu. ... their operation of any article of the kind I have cr used, and 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. — 13 June 1838

VOLUME II....N0. 4G. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JUNE 13, 1838.' NUMBER D8. 4 CONSTANTINE . REPUBLICAN, lTBLliUIKD BY DANIEL ItlUXGEIt, V.verv Wedneilnv Mornlnv. corner of Conurif and Water trceu, at hla l'riniini?-0(lice uml liook- atora, aver tho liank. suiri, kouih nn-.; g-i 50, if paid In advance Tcrk 3 00, afirr inc nrii J mo jntha ( or, 1 ye;.r. 3 00, nt the end of the nno owxr.ns op itiills and JL MILL PRIVILEGES. Tin subscriber ofl'era hia services an a Mill Wright, in tho crcc tion of now mills of all kinds, and in tlio iniprovo. mcnt of old onca. Ho would utato that hia whoh lifo hna boon apent in the study and pnetico of this kind or mechanism1; and from Im Ion? expo. rienco as an operative, both in Europe and the United otutcH, ne has been cnabica tq.intorm himself of all tlio iinprovcmonts introduced in machinery as applicable to wntor or staam pow or, and feels warranted in assuring thoso who may havo occasion for his services, that ho is ninntor of his b...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 June 1838

In the third aM of your project you ask that tli said Cherokee nation, party hrro. lo, through nnd hy the acknowledged chiefs nnd oflicers, bhnll havo tlio entire control, management nn-J exposition, responsible to 1 heir own nation, of llio funds to bo paid under this treaty," Tho undersigned would very much pre. for mi'kinp; this disposition of the funds of tho nation, hut as the interests of thoso Chr. okecs who have lately emigrated, arc deep, ly involved in this propo'sition, t!ie Uxccii. tivo cannot recommend uch an alternative 'without tho previous consent of nil tho par tics concerned. Tho next article asks, " that in addition to tho said sum mentioned in tho foregoing second article, tho United States shall forth- kco nation, party hereto, the arrearages of ho annuities which were provided for in 1 ho treaty of 1819, up to this date, and shall continuo such annuities during1 tho two years allowed for said removal. The undersigned assures the delegation, that whatever arrear...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 June 1838

7 4, V . 1 ".f j ; 'f V", ,. I) K I". - iv r f i .V 1 head of thia paragraph might lo put with much ' ' - emphasis! No -tho very loafer, tho most for. V. ward to make national insults, aro always the ' t c last chapa to confront death in tho fluid of bat- J llo. And if the Canadas aro sincorely uiubitious : to be expunged, why they need only wako up " . Uncle Sara to another war, and the jb will bo -j very aoon finished. IMPORTANT CORRliSrONDENCE. Tho Newark Daily" Advertiser contains a letter from its correspondent at Waaliing. ton, tvhjch states that there has been a free and kindly correspondence lortureo monins past, between the Southern delegation and th Abolitionist in New York. Tho cor. , reapondenco was conducted by Mr. Ell. ' moro, of tho -South Carolina delegation, acting as tho organ of tho one parly, and J. G. Burney, Esq., the corresponding ice rotary of tho American Anti.Slavery Soci. ety, and has been characterized, it is said, by a gentlemanly frankness and courtesy ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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