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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 25 July 1838

TTMX. S. A. IATTA'S 1 31 PKO VE JLLV P U ESGRI PT10N FOR THE CU RE OF Dyspepsia, consisting of 4 Balsam and Tonic mixture. This medicine hua been used by man) hundreds in tho United Stales, and especially in some parti of tlio western country. , It 1m rcconi mended especially for tho euro of Dyspepsia, and 1 a general remedy, it has succeoded beyond the inofct sung"i cape ctutiuna of tho proprietor. And the Increasing demand for thoxo inodicines, is the bent evidence that he rould havo, that th expectations of the Dyspeptic Iiavo been fully re. alized. Thin Balsam is intended to excito the ac lion of tho liter, equalize the circulation, purify the blood, dispel humors, improve the statu of the akin, dispel flatulency, and rcmovo crudilitics from the atomacb, and thereby prevent the gene ration of acidity and its consequence, in diges tion. It ia an effectual remedy fur habitual cos. tiveneaa. It ia wholly vcgetablc.and perfectly ante Thoso who aro troubled with costivenoss, cholic, ...

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

fa) in VOLUME;iI....Na 52. v CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, AUGUST I, 1838. NUMBER 101. vv i -v i ! r ill ill um r ! isi k a i i v .1 im ir rai ns 1 CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, FPSLISHED BT , DANIEL' IttUlVCCn, " ' Every Wednesday Morning, corner of Cnnarls and Watwr- atreett, at big rrlntlni-umce ana uook atore, over the Bank. Stain, south side.) ft -J SO If nnlii In advance 1 Tcftvr 3 1)0, after the first 3 months or, r, ret amn. I 9 ou, at (lie cnu 01 me year rrno owners op mills, and XL MILL PRIVILEGES. The subacnber offers his sorvicos aa a Mill Wright, in the erec tion of new mills of all kinds, and in tlio improve- mcnt of old ones. Ho would state that his whole life has been spont in the study and practice of this kind of mechanism ; and from hi long expo, rienco aa an operative, both in, Europe and the United Mates, lie has been enabled to inform himself of all tho improvements introduced in machinery as applicable to water or steam power, and feels warrantod in assu...

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

k Irhig promptly elevated by the ntfcii Irons of the host and Bcveral ghtusta of wine, he toon recovered, and become even more vivacious than before, insomuch that Iho atout gentleman previously referred to, assured us that although he had known him since ho was that high (somethiug smaller than n nutmeg-grater,) he never beheld him in such exctlleut euro. Y1k.h tho round game, and several games at Uind man butl", which followed it iverc over, and we wero twins down to supper, the inexhaustiblo Mr, Griggins prj. duccd a email sprig of mislctoo fro;n hia waistcoat pocket, and commenced a gen. erul kissing of tho assr.inblcd females, which occasioned grat commotion and much excitement. We observed that several young gentleman including the young gentleman with a pale countenance were greatly scandahsod at this inde. corous proceeding, and talked very big a roong themselves in corners ; and we ob. served too that several young ludies, when remonstrated w ith by tho aforesaid young gcnt...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 1 August 1838

rt- '. - X 1 y MED In Florenc on the 21st day of July, TIr;CATiiEsiNK Dalton, aged 28 years. (-11 AND GLAZING. The subscriber will -jrefcute all orders in tho above line, ia all Us va- irioue braaches, in the best manner, i Imitatioas of Wood and Marble neatly executed. S WM. B. BETTS. r- White Pigeon, Pec. 5, 183G. S3tf TTlO THE PUKIilC As Mr. Sanation Jl Brown, alias Wildcat, of Nilcs, has seen proper to caution tho pubuc against placing any .rclianco on my official acts I would stale for further information, that on tho tenth day of March last, Jonathan Brown filod in my offico dr record, a mortgage executed uy himself and . B. Brown to the Auditor General of tho state 'v-wf Michigan, which sot forth intorcsts belonging t to them as members of tin St. Joseph Canal ana ' Lockport Manufacturing Association, givon as l 4 security to the Berrion County Bank. Ho wish L Ved me after recording tho mortgage, to certify that tho title was jn them, and that there was no t t incumbrance on ...

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

TTKn. . A . LATTA'f 131 NtO V EI MP PRESCRIPTION l OIi THE CU UK OF Dyspepsia, consisting of a Balsam and Tonic uuxture.--.ThiM medicine has been used by man) hundreds in tho United States, and especially in lome parte of the western1 country. It is rccom mended especially for tlio euro of Dy spepsia, and as a general remedy, it has succeeded beyond the most sanguine ex elation ol Mho proprietor. And tho increasing demnnd for those nicdicinvs, is tho best evidence that he could have, that the expectations of tho Dyspeptic have been fully ro alized. This Balsam in intended to excito tho ao tion of tho livor, equalize the circulation, purify the Hood, dispel huniorR, improve the state of the skin, dispel flatulency, and remove crudilitioi from tho stomach, and thereby prevent tho geno lathm of acidity mid its consequences, i diges tion. It is an effectual remedy for linbitual cos. tivencss. It is whollT vocotabro.and perfectly safo. Thoso who are troubled with coot ivenefid, cholic, s...

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