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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 13 June 1838

f! II I . 1 t 7 t -'i. .' , i t . TTITRT HE CV CEIVEDand fir. sale. 50 pairs '. (leu', thick loots; yCK 25 do. prime Calf W boots; 25 do. thick brog ms; 50 do. wo. '.' men's Fino Calf Shos, by '- Nor. 2. . ALBERT ANDkUS Sc CO. -n7lAir2fr-.V PILES. Dr. K. Phinnjy's J, J Anti Dyspeptic or Bilious rills, for remo. .yif complaints arising from indigestion or wcakness of the stomach, such as 6oiirnes, sick, ness or pain in lho stomach, and bowel:", habitur.i eoitivenss,.pai"'s in cither side, jaundipe or diar. rhaa.with tf.c-'.ons of the head, pains, dizziness, drowsiness, rlcumatio affections of tho joints, af fections of tho bladder, or piles, sick headache so . ornr.ion with fcebla babite. - Certificate' from Benjamin Knowcr, Eq. . , Having suffered for some tune with indigestion and flatulency, I wus advised to try Dr Pbinriey's Anti.Dyspeplie or Bilious Tills, ond after using theifor some time, urn prepared to say that they ro the mildest and yet the most eflicBcious in" ' their opc...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 June 1838

5 hi. X ! VOLUME II....N0. 47. ) ' CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, FVSLUUED t DANIEL laVNGEn, , Every Wednesday Morning, corner of Canurls and 5 Water atreeta, at his I'rlntlng-Offlce and Uook store, over the Bank. Stairs, south slde.J 81 SO. if paid in advanco t ,ms- 3 00, after the first 3 months or, rsi amn. a oo, at tne end or tne year. TO OWNERS OF MILLS, AND MILL PRIVILEGES. The subscriber oft'crs Iiia services .s a Mill Wright, in the ercc. lion of new mills of Ml kinds, and in tho improve, mcnt of old ones. . IIu would stato that hit whole lif) has been spent in Uie study and practice of thU kind of mechanism and from his Ion; expe. rienco aa an operative, lpth in Europe and the United States, ho has b.cen enabled to inform himself of all tho itnprovemonta ' introduced in machinery as applicable to water or slaam power, und fuels warranted .vh assuring thoso who may liave occasion for hjg services, that he ia master of his businesiySjTicf perfectly able to perform any work satisfaet...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 June 1838

Frew tliw TMroit Fre Vretp. TUB APPROACHING POLITICAL . CRISIS. No reflecting man, who is a lover to hi country, who, looks with interest upon her . institutions and her present condition, can fail to olwcrvc the. rapid approach of a cris. i in its political ((flairs, of a most momcn. lous character.,., Almost every member of tho body politic, not directly engaged in the political arena, has found so much of indi. vidual interest in the moneyed affairs of the time to occupy his mind, that tho main question at issue between tho two great po litical parties of tho day, has escaped tho general attention. Tho ccret springs which havo operated with such fatal effect in producing the financial difficulties of the times, arc cither carefully , concealed, or only alluded to in terms tending to render odious an administration whoso constant nim has becnto re-establish our government upon the true precepts of tho constitution, upon an adheraneo to which, reliance can rdone be had for the perm...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 June 1838

T f r if -' Bank of Ypsilanti, Hrio and Kalamazoo Railroad, Bank of Clinton, . , Jiank of Macomb, Bank of Tecumseh, ' - Bank of Constantine, . ( ' Bank of St. Clair, ", ; .: Bnnk of Wisconsin, Bank of Pont iac, Culhoun County Bank,. , Farmers' Bank of Homer, , ' Bank of Brest, Bank of Nilcs, Bank of Oakland, Bank of Saline, Huron River Bank, Merchants' Bank of Jackson county, Commercial Bank of St. Joseph, Bank of Gibra'tar, Bank of Marshall, '. ' Millers Bank of Washtenaw, . Clinton County Bank, St. Joseph County Bank, Bank of Battle Creek, Saginaw City Bank, Merchants' and Mechanics' Bank, Monroe, Michigan Insurance bills, Shelby & Detroit Railroad checks, Farmers' Bank of Oakland, Bank of Grand River, Bank of Suporior, Bank of Utica, Clinton Canal Bank, ' People's Bank. : . MARRIED, At Mackinac, on tho 14th Juno - by J. P. King, Esq., Mr. Sidney L. Rood, of Catroit, to Miss Carolinb A. Graverabt, of th? former place. - MOliTGAWKSAtE. Default having been mido in tho payment of...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 27 June 1838

Trn. S. A LATTA'S IMPROVED ilV PRESCRIPTION FOR THE CURE OF DyipcpBia, consisting of a Balsam and Tonic Mixture. Thii mcdicino hus been used by man) hundreds in the United Stairs, and especially in some pnrta of the western country. It is reconi mended especially for Hie euro of Dyspepsia, and aa a goneral remedy, it has succeeded beyond the most sanguine expectations of the proprietor. And the iucreaaing demand for thoso medicines, ia the beat evidence that he could have, that thr expectations of the Dyspeptic hare been fully re alized. Thia Balaam la intended to excite the ac tion of the liver, equalize the circulation, purify the blood, diapel humor a, improve the atateof the kin, dispel flatulency, and remove crudilities from the atomach, and thereby prevent the gene ration of acidity and ita conaequencca, in diges tion. It ie an effectual remedy for habitual cos. tivencaa. It ia whollv veeetablo.and perfectly aafe. Those who are troubled with coativeneaa, c hoi ic, sick head-ac...

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 July 1838

M r mm- CSC- (c5s? 4 VOLUME II....N0. 48. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, " rt'fll.lSJIED B Kvrry Weilncgdny Mornlnc, corner of Cunnrif nnd water etrccii, m Ms I'rintlng-Omee and Hook store, over the Dunk, Stuira, aoutti aide. 11 8) SO. If paid in advance i TtRJii f uu, aiicr tne nrac a uionun j or i ou, at lite end or me year nno owneiis of itiilxs, and -U. MILL FJUVILKUUS. Tlio subscriber oilers his servicea aa a Mill Wright, in the erec. tion Df now mills of all kinds, and in the improve, ment of old ones. Ho would etato that his whole life lias been npsnt in tho study and practice of this kind ot mechanism ; and from his lung expo, rinnco as an operative, Loth in Europo and the United States, ho has been enabled to inform hiiosolf of all tho improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or etoam power, and feels warranted in assuring thoso who may havo occasion for his services, that ha is master of his business, and perfectly able to perform any work satisfactorily. - - T...

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 July 1838

"V X W v. v N. ' Vvrdcr, 5-c -The following letter from Mr"?Schoolcraft to the editor of tho Grand River Times, puts this affair in it3 truo light, and divests it or all tho misrepresentations which the mendaci ty of soino of tho whig 'presses has cnJca vorcd to attach to it. Mr. Schoolcraft has recently been among tho Indians and held a "talk." with them, when tho greatest good feeling aRd confidence prevailed, and after accenting tho proposition of government to receive, in future, their annuities at Grand River, instoad of Mackinaw, as at present and to appoint a delegation to proceed west of tho Mississippi to select lands for their future residence, tho council adjourned. We trust tho letter of Mr. S. will be cxtcn sively copied, dispersing, as it doc3 com. pletely,the miserable mists which have been attempted to be thrown around tho subject. Free rrcss. Grand Haven, June 7, 1G3S. Gentlemen-At tho conference with the Indians of Grand Uivcr valley, their pop. illation was ascert...

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 July 1838

Commercial Bank of St. Joseph, Bank of Gibraltar, Bank of Marshall, Millers' Bank of Washtenaw, Clinton County Bank, St. Joseph County Bank, Bank of Battlo Creek, Sag inaw City Bank, Merchants and Mechanics' Bank, Monroe, Michigan Insurance bills, Shelby & Dotroit Railroad checks, Farmers' Bank of Oakland, Bank of Grand River, Bank of Superior, Bank of tftica, Clinton Canal Bank, People's Bank. DIED In Constantino, on tho 15th of June ult., John Garrison, aged 75 years, two months, and seventeen days. TTUST UECEIVED, A splendid assort. V oicnt of New goods. Particulars next week. A. ANDRUS St CO. July 4. P Oil ft. Smoked hams and shoulders and sido Fork, for salo by C. BRONSON, at the Controvtlle Cash store. Ccntrcvillo, 30th Juno, 1833. SwlOO r33LL RAGE, FORWARD- 2a22J LNG AND COMMISSION BUS1N ESS. Tho undersigned having taken tho commodious Warehouse formerly occupied by J. Mason, and lately by Trowbridgo St Hubbard, is now propnred to attend to tho storaga and forwarding of a...

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

-TTKn. S.A.'LATFA'SIJI PIM VTCIp 1LU PRESCRIPTION FOR THE CURE OF Pyapepsia, confuting of a Balsam and Tonic xturo Thin modicine liaa boon used by man) hundred! in the United States, and cpec ially in some parti of the western country. It is reconi luended especiajly for the cure of lyiopiia, and aaa geucral remedy, it hue succeeded beyond the moat sanguine cx pectationa of tho proprietor. And tho increasing demand for thoso medicines, ia the beat cvidciico that ha could have, that the expectations of tho Dyspeptic have been fully ro nlized. - This Balsam ia intended to excito the ac tiou of Uw liver, cqualizo the circulation, purify the blood, dispel humora, improve the stato of the tkin, dispel flatulency, and mnovo crudiliticf from the stomach, and thereby prevent the geno ration of acidity and ita consequcuccs, in diges. tion. It ia an effectual remedy for habitual cos liveliest. It ia wholly vegotable.and perfectly safe. Those who arc troubled with costivonoBS, cholic, sick hea...

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 July 1838

VOLUME II....N0. CONSTANTINE,-ST. JOSEPH COUNTY; MICHIGAN, JULY 11, 1338.' NUMRERlOl.: 4J. ' . . j 1 1 I COMSTANTINE REPUBLICAN; WAN I EL IHlCJER, . Every AVedncmlay Morning, corner nf Cunarli bnd Water utreela, nt hi I'riutinii-Oince mid Hook tore, over the Dank, btair, south ile. - ftl 50, if pnlJ in advance i 1 Tutus 3 00, after the first 3 months or, 9 ou, nt tne end or tiie year. TO OWNERS OP lOTLLS, AlfD MILL PRIVILEGES. The subscriber oners Lis services as a Mill Wright, in the erec tion of now mills of all kinds, and in the improve mont of old ones. Ho would state that his whole lifa lias boon npont in tho study and practice of this kind or mechanism ; and from hi Jong expo, rionco an an operative, both in Europe and tlio United SlateH, ho has been cnabloU to inform himsolfof all tho improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or steam power, and feels warranted in assuring thoso who may Iinve occasion for his services, that ho is master of his btiHinnss, 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. — 11 July 1838

From lb OulUmor ratriot. THE PULASKI. Dy the steamboat from Norfolk, which ar. rived here tin's morning, several passengers survivors from the wreck, have reached this city, and among them, to the great joy of Ills numerous irienu, uuu uiu vuiciia guu. erally, Maj. James P. Heath. From him and Mr. Couper, we gather the following par ticulars. : The steamer Pulaaki left Charleston at G o'clock in the morning, and at 1 1 o'clock at night the starboard boiler exploded, blow. ' ioa oiTtho wheel houso and all tho portion of the deck uhovo the boiler, shattering the starboard side amidship : tho head of the boiler was forced out and rent on the top ' From the larboard boiler having boon un. injured, tho starboard aide was kept partial y out of water. On rolling in a heavy sea, ' she took in largo quantities of water from I tho shattered side, and settled rapidly in the water. Tho settling continuing, tho ladies were transferred to tho promenade deck, aboYO their cabin. 1 lie water soon re...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 July 1838

tbora to the public, aa an easy, tafu, Bpiody and certain remedy in diseases oi that character. -' - . .... VM. KINO EN. t ; White Figion, Juno 23, 183$. ' I take pleasure in Bay in to the public that hav. - ins been severely ulllicted with Ilia Aime ul in. torvals during the last year, and after having tri. d various other remedies, ' was led to trythe 1 ills called Doctor Sappingtou's Vt irutublo iebrl ... fuge and Aguo Pilla Improved, by which I was immediately restored to With. I belie vo them . to bo invaluable as a safe, sure and effectual euro ,fur the above diseaso, and ultogolher auporior to any oilier ot which 1 navo any knowledge. w, , . AMI WHITNEY, Van Duren, Lagrango co.t la. , . I tukt) pleasure in being ablo to stato to tho pub. . lie, in regard to the medicine called Doctor ISap. pington's Vegetable Febrifuge and Agno Pills . Improved tht although between two and throo hundred boxen have passed through my hands within tho last two months, and 1 have taken t . consid...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 11 July 1838

A -.TTTn. ffc A. LATTA'S 120 PHOVEtt dV PRESCRIPTION FOR THE CURE OF Dytpepsia, consisting of a Balsam and Tonic mixture.-This modicine has boon used by man) hundreds in the United States, and especially in .tome parts of tho western country. I It it rccom ! mended especially for tho cure of Dyspepsia, and as a f oneral remedy, it has succeeded beyond the .mMt sanguine expectations of tho proprietor And the increasing demand for those medicines, is the best evidence that lie could bays, thai ths .expectations of the Dyspeptic have been fully re alized. This Balsam is intended to excito the ac tion of the liver, cquuliza the circulation, purify ." rthe blood, dispel humors, improve the stata of the akin, dispel flatulency, and remove crudilitics from the stomach, and thereby provent the gene ration of acidity and its consequences, in diges tion. . It is on effectual romedy for habitual cos. liveliest. It is wholly vegetablc,and perfectly safe Those who are troubled with costiveness, ...

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 July 1838

I i i VOLUME II....N0. 50. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, Pl'SLUWID BY " DANIEL. ItlUNtittlt, Cvnry Wednesday Morning, corner of Canarli and vicr irooii, m nig I'rlnttng-Oftice and Hook ivrv, uvcr iuc uuuk. main, south aide. j 81 50, If paid in advance ' ) TMS- o ini, uucr 1110 nrst 3 momns j or, rca ann, l 3 so, at tlie end of tho year, J rrno ownrnns op iotixs, ahu JO- AllL.Lt rtUVILEUES.- Tho subscriber oilers liia sorvicos aa a Mill Wright, in tho croc tion of now mills of all kinds, and in tho improvo mbnt of old ones. Ho would state that his wholo life lias been spent in tho study and practico of tins kind ot mechanism ; and from hi Ion? ox no rienco as an operative both in Europo and tho unueu iaios, no nas boon enabled to inlorm himself of all tho imnrovomonts introduced in machinery as applicable to wator or steam nowcr, and feels warrantod in assuring thoso who may navo occasion lor lus sorvicos, that ho is master oflns business, and perfectly aplo to perform any wor satisfactori...

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 July 1838

of tho vu st, who havo been su active mid cntorpr'uutj; a.; to become tho pioneers of ihc wilderness, and thereby obtain posses non of s,it03 for future dtms an J villous. Whatever were tho present voluo of those places, it had resulted mainly from the la. tors of those who had already settled up. on or near them. :.Tho government had done nothing to f ive that value, and it could not justly claim iho benefit of it. Ho could recollect when thev would not sell at tho Government price Six years ago the wholo of Chicago could huvo been purchased for a small considcra. lion. Eight years ago the lands along the 1'nic of the Illinois canal were prized so low. that tho statu applied to this house to c:chanso lama portions of thcrn for lands ir.oro valuablo in the southern portion of the state. They had since men in value bv tho industry and enterprise of those who hud taken up their rcsidcnco in that part of tho country. Ho was unwilling that tho government should make tho re. rcrvhiions c...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 July 1838

IV il ing broii mado in tho payment of a certain aum of money, secured ly imlcnture of mortgage, earing data the fifth day of January, in the yonr f our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thir. ly-eevf n, executed by Ievi T. Clark, of Wayne County, State of New York, to Nathaniel I'. Lee, of the County of Seneca, in the Baid State of New York, which aaid mortgage was duly rc. eordod in the Register's Offico of Kent County, in tho State of Michigan, on tho 27th dny of Jan. uary, 1837, at C o'clock, P.M., in liber A. of mortgages, page 0, 71, and 72; unci was also recnrdnd in Kim UnnriutArVi Omen of Calhoun County, in Michigan aforesaid, on the 5th day of August, A. D. 1337, at 8 o'clock, A. M . in libnr B. of mortgages, at folios 5G, 57. nnd 58 j and a- o in the Kcgiotor's Office or fi. i t Michigan, on the 10th day of January, 1BJW, at 5 o'clock, I M., in mortgage book B., pages 3G3-4-5; on which ""id mortgage tho amount claimed to bo duo, at the dato of thin notice, is one thousan...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 18 July 1838

My prescription for the cure o . I)Tpcpsia, consisting of a Balsam ond 'Ionic mixture This medicine has been used by many hundreda in the United Stutes, and socially in aosne parti of the western country. It u rcconi mended especially for the euro of Dyspepsia, and aa a general remedy, it has succeeded beyond the . most snnguino expt-ctationa of the proprietor. And the increasing demand for thoso medicines, ia the beat evidence that he could havo, that the expectations of tho Dyspeptic have been fully ro aliced. This Balsam is intended to excitq tho ac tion of the liver, equalizo tho circulation, purify the blood, dispel humors, improve the statu of the skin, dispel flatulency, and remove crudilitica from tho stonflich, and thereby prevent the gene ration of acidity and its consequences, in diges tion. K ia an clfcctual remedy for habitual cos. tivencss. It ia wholly vegotablo.ond perfectly safe Those who aro troubled with costivenoss, chohc, sick hoad-acho, dizzincss.sourness of 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. — 25 July 1838

VOLUME II....N0. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, JULY 25,fS33. NUMBER 103. 51. " '. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, ... rVBLimno BY ; , DANICI. PIUIVUEII, 4 Kvfry Wednesday Mornln, corner of Canarit and Water treer, at nia rrinimg-unice and uoo tore, over tlie IJank. Stairi, south aide. 63 SO. If naid In advance i Tli' 3 ItO, after the tint 3 mouth or 3 ou, at the end or the year, rjio owjyrks or jtiilxs, and JLL . MILL PRIVILEGES. The eubscriher oflera his torvicea aa a Mill Wright, in tho orcc. lion of new mills of all kinds, an J in the improve ment of old ones. He would state that his whole life has been spent in the ntudy and practice of this kind ot mechanism ; and from hi long expo, riunco aa 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 wator or atoain power, and feels warranted in assuring those who may have occasion for his services, that ho Is master of his bu...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 July 1838

1 t Forth-Eastern Boundarlhe fouV.7 lishcd at Albany, has a very cxtensivo cir inc are the resolution introUu'l n tho cilation at a low price (50 cents a year). Senate on the 4tn insi., uy wr. uwnanuu, . with the report of tho commit tea on foreign relations. They were adopted in the Sen ate as reported nem. con. and on motion 20,000 copies of the report and resolutions were ordered to be printed. Resolved, That after a careful exami. nation and deliberate consideration of the the whole controversy between the United States and Great Britain relative to the North Kastern Boundary of the former, the Senate does not entertain a doubt of the practicability with the stipulations of the de finite treaty of peace of seventeen hundred eicrhtv three ; and entertain a perfect con. viction of the iustice and validity of the title of the United States to tho full extent of all the territory in dispute between the two rowers. Resolved further, That, considering that more than half a century has...

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 July 1838

"PTORTGAGF, SAEE. Dofiult hav IT 11. in been made in the payment of certain sum of money, ice u red by indenture of mortgage, bearing dato tho fifth day of January, in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and thir. ty-scven, executed by Lovi T Clark, of Wayne County, Stato of New York, to Nathaniel P. Leo, or the County of Seneca, in tho aaid State of New York, which said mortgage waa duly re corded in the Register's Oflico of Kont County, in the State of Michigan, on the 27th day of Jan. uary, 1837, at 6 o'clock, T. M., in liber A. of Mortgages, . pages 70, 71, and 72 ; and waa also recorded in the Register's Ofiico of Calhoun County, in Michigan aforesaid, on the 5th day of August, A. V. 13J7, at 8 o'clock, A. M., in liber is. or mortgages, at tolios 5b, 57, and 58 j and al. ao in tho Register's Ollice of St. Joseph county, Michigan, on the 10th day of January, 183d, at 5 o'clock. P. M., in mortgago book 1)., paces 363.4-5; on which said mortgago tho amount claimed to b...

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