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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 19 October 1836

fund, and not less than three hundred thou, and as her portion or the surplus revenue. I am rejoiced that I can at least say, tho lands which may be selected by the Gov. ernor of your state, under the supplementa. ry to fKn act providing for tho admission of iMichi6an, will bo reserved Irom public sale. Instructions to that effect have, I un. derstand, been given to the different offices within the peninsula of Michigan. These lands, however, will not be considered the property of the state until after its admis. sion into the. Union. From tbe New-York Courier & Enquirer. Cholera at Charleston. VV e are sorry to see by the Charleston Patriot of the 27th ult. that this frightful pestilence is on the in. crease in that city ; the number of cases von that day amouting to forty four. The number on tho day previous was thirty four. This, for the population of Charleston is e qual to between threo and four hundred ca. ses for the city of New. York, and exhibits a pestilence quite as 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. — 19 October 1836

V .a ! I" ill I 'I New goodsv a: e. massey &. CO. have just received from N aw. York, In uldi'.ion to tlrir form r slock, a g noral assort, m-nt of DRY GOODS, anion g which may bo found Blue, black, brown, and steel mix'd broad Cloths, Blue, drub, and pin id cassimcrcs, Black mix'd and blue satinets, Glenrock jean, bevertecn and velveteen, ' Honey comb, indigo bluo and Hamilton drilling, Valentin, plaid, Marsailcs and bombazine vestings, Turkcy red and dark prints, calicoes Dark and light fancy do - Merrimack, Providenco & Bristol plaid do. Black and white, 2 blues do., Pink, plaid and fancy stripe ginghams, Green, black and scarlet Circassians, Black, Italian and colored Florence silks, Laces, c-.lsrin!s, etc. of nil kinds, Red and black merino shawls, Silk and cotton flag handkerchiefs, Jlcd and yellow bandana do. - Vhitc, mix'd and random hose, Worsted and ti'.k do., Ladies hoskin and kid gloves, do black and colored silk do., Brown sheeting and shirting, 3-4 and 0-4 tick...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 October 1836

VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, OCTOBER 20, 183G. NUMBEIJ, 17. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rriUIBED BY IKUNCEIt 4c COWDCHT, Every Wednesday Morning, at the aland formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. Llluian, corner of Canarls and Water e.reets. T Two doltari per annum la advance, twe dol lar and flfty rrns within the year, or three dollari at ike expiration of the year. Advertising at the usual rates. A F All IV. FOR SALE, lying within one and a quarter mil 'a of Constintine, on tha Young Prairie road, hading from Con. stantine to Young's Prairie. One hundred and twenty acres of the first rata plow land ; thirty. five acres fenced, and improvements, a rood log house and pood w.t:ruleo, forty acres of the first rate mowing meadow, and forty acros of heavy timber, whitewood, butternut and ash- also unimproved lungs in the same neighborhood also lands in what is called the Bara sattlo mcnt, which I will sell cheap if appliod for soon. For further p irticulars inquire of the sub...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 October 1836

would infer that jealousy alono causes tho dislike for innumerable are tho good deeds that he and his wife do, and tho assistance that he affords to his wretchedly used nation. A late London paper says : "Three sons of the late Mr. Rothschild took their stand on Wednesday in the claco for so manv years occupied by the father on Change, for he first time since tho death of the great cApitalist ; and the announcement was made tnnttne ousincs3 win do conducted as nerc toforo, under the firm of Mesjrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son. Monument at Dade's Battle Ground.-' Tho proceedings of a number of the officers of the army in r lorida, which will be iound in this day's paper, announce to us their de termination to erect a momumcnt on the fatal spot where Dado and his companions met their untimely end. If tho Seminolo war had been happily terminated wiih the tirst campaign, so that public attention might have been withdrawn from the exciting narration of battles and skirmishes, we feel assu...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 October 1836

, A Democratic Republican Convention for Branch county, wti held at tho Court House in the village of Branch, on the 22nd inst., and wa duty organized by calling to the chair Mar. tin Olda, and appointing Teres A. Tisdcl and William A Kent secretaries. After tho dele, gates from tho several townships had presented their credentials and taken tbeir seats, tho fed. lowing nominations wcro mado by ballot. For Representative Wales Adams. Associate Judges William A. Kent, Will. Urn B. Sprague. Shcrifi James B. Stoward. bounty Clerk Jared Fond. Judge of Probate Martin Olds. Register of Docds -Jarod Pond. County Treasurer Seth Dunham. Coroners Perce A. Tisdol, James G. Corbus, Martin Barnhart. . County Surveyor Jamca B. Tompkins. PARTY SPIRIT AND DEMOCRATIC USAGES. Extract from tho address of the Democratic Young Men's State Convention of No W.York, recently held at Utica. r VVith objects in their nature so impor tant before us, the necessity of our perfect union, ns a' party, need hardly ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 26 October 1836

NEW GOODS. A. E. MASSEY & CO. havo just received from New-York, in addition to their forinrr stock, a general assort ment of .02 Y GOODS, among which may bo found Blue, black, brown, and steel mix'd broad cloths, Blue, drab, and plaid cassimeres, Black mi.x'd and blue satinets, Glenrock jean, bevcrteen and velveteen, Honey comb, indigo bluo and Hamilton drilling, t Valcnfia, plaid, Marsailes and bombazine vestings, Turkey red and dark prints, calicoes, ' Dark "and light fancy do Merrimack, Providence & Bristol plaid do. Black and white, 2 blues do., Pink, plaid and fancy stripe ginghams, Green, black and scarlet Circassians, Black, Italian and colored Florence silks, Laces, edgings, etc. of all kinds, Red and black merino shawls, Silk and cotton flag handkerchiefs, Red and yellow bandana do. White, mix'd and random hose, Worsted and w'lk do., Ladies hoskin and kid gloves, do black and colored silk do., Brown sheeting and shirting, 3.4 and 6.4 ticking and twilled bagging, Whi...

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 November 1836

0 7C T ill u Hiii n " ' aw ' f m in 1 . i r VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 2, 1836. NUMBER 18. T. 7 C7 V CONSTANTINE .REPUBLICAN, . rnalunKD by v. . . JinCEIt de COWSCUT, ; KeryVedn(1ay Morntng, at the stand formerly oe j eupicd by MaJ. I. J. Ullman, eornorof CanarU and M Water ucett. t . h , ,. ;, ... ,. Ttnx Two dollara per annum In advance, two doU lara and fifty ernta within the year, or three dollars at the expiration of the year. . , j. , . .Advertising at the usual ratea. , ' . TrmtriT Tnnsrou Ai,n, em, JtV BKAC1XO APPLES, PEARS, TI-UMS, 'IVtichcs, Clicrrios, Crupia and Currants. ' I havo 170 kinds of cultivated npples&c.of choice kinds. The most of my collections ara from the Albany RnJ Long.Island Nurseries. ' I have cultivated trees from 1 to 5 years old, and several thousand needing trees from 3 to 8 years old. , Any person nrho wishes to get a very choice selection of fruit will do well to call and examine, as I think I can furnish thorn wit...

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 November 1836

siro to bo distinctly understood on referring rather to certain of her public agents than to the mass of her citizens, a great majority of whom, it is believed, with us desire to see the matter in dispute settled upon terms mutually honorable and just to all the parties concerned. The state of Oluo exhibits to the world a lively apecimen of the actings of our nature, when uncontrolled by reason, justice and morality. Her avarice keeps pace with her growth, in population and resources. Not content with a large and fruitful territory, and with a great proportion of the southern coast of Lake Erie and with the bountiful appropriations made by congress for tho im. provements of tho harbors upon her coast as well as for internal improvements she also has laid her insatiablo grasp upon a portion of our comparatively small territory, and right or wrong seems determined to cling to it. Not content with her own princely domains, she like the lordly Ahab of old also covets tho vineyard of poo...

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 November 1836

IT W have a few copies of " Marshall's New oiling Book, and Elementary Principle! of the .ngliah Language," to an examination of which, at our bookstore, we invite all teachers of com. men achoola in thi vicinity. Further notice, fid recommendatlona hereafter. D" The Wisconsin Democrat of the 13th Oct., published at Green Day,' concludes its editorial department for tho week with the following hu morous summarywhich we adopt as partly suitable to our own present condition, and fit. tod to- the-meridian of almost any place, without material variation. r O News this week is intolerably scarce, and the hope of shortly receiving a fresh supply, is but faint We have been anxiously looking for steamboat, but begin to despair of the arrival of any. Our paper is almost filled with tho sen. timental and pathetic which however accepts, ble to those who love light reading, will be cast aside by the business man, the speculator and tho politician, as stale, flat, and unprofitable." We can't hel...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 2 November 1836

NEW GOODS. A.' E. ! MASSEY & .- CO. hare just received from Now-York, in addition to their former stock, a general assort mant of DRY GOODS, among which may be found .. -.', -. lilue, black, ' brown, and stool m'xM LroaJ Blue, drab, nnd plaid ca.sstmcrc.s-, ' - : . Black inix'd and bluo satinets, ' ' (jlcnrock jean, bevcrtcen and velveteen, Honey comb, 'indigo bIuo'; and .Hamilton drilling, .... . .' ., ... v. , . ,'.. ..; '.. Valentia, . plaid, Marsailcs and bombazine vesting, "'" ".;';' ''', .'. ," ' Turkey red aniTdark prints calicoes, . ' Dark and lie-lit fancy . , , . do . ' ' . Merrimack, Providence & Bristol plaid do. Black and white, 2 blues do., '.'",-"' Pink, plaid nnd fancy stripe ginghams, " Green, black and scarlet Circassians, Black, Italian and colored Florence bilks, Laces, edgings, etc. of oil kinds, -. Red and black merino shawls, Silk and cotton flag handkerchiefs, ; lied and yellow bandana do. 7 White, inix'd and random hose, Worsted and silk . ; - do.,' ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 November 1836

J" VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 0, 1830. NUMBER 19. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, TCILMlll IT nvnoEn & cottdcrt, Every Wednesday Morning , st the stand formerly oc cupied by MsJ. L J. L'lluiu, corner of Cssaris and Water streets. Tb&ms Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol lar and fifty eenta within tb year, or thro dollara at tnc expiration of the year. Advertising at the usual rate. . ' i CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE. im COWDEU1 would respectfully inform the citizen of Constan tina and it vicinity, that i thev have iuat received and opened a large stock of BOOKS, a part of wnicn may do xouna in me louowwg vauuuguc ; Bible, extra gilt and plain, from large quarto to 18 mo pocket edition ; Common Prayer Book, extra, Philadelphia, gilt 18 mo, and 32 mo ; Joshephua' Work, 3 vols. ; Tollyglott and common Testaments, rod, gilt, j leather and half bound ; Ship and Shore ; Linwood, 2 vols. ; Partisan ; Colton's four year in England, 3 vol. ; , American in Englan...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 November 1836

cc;:stamti::e hefudlican. WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER 9, 19M. OZT Tha election being over, tho columns of the newspaper press ire once more cleared of electioneering matter and tho names of candi dates, in blazoning capitals. . We shall give the results as fast as authentic returns are received without the war notes of" Glory! All hail! the enemy routed !" Ate. ito. The plain " figures and facts," are in our view the most respectable ex pressions. We think that among all parties, there can be no hesitation novo, in saying that whether the votes of Michigan tell or not, Mae TIN Van Bur en will be our next president. Treasury OrJer. One of the Receivers of the public money m Michigan recently made a dcposito of the funds received by him since the issuing of the late treasury order. Tho amount was about 8180,000 half of which was in sue ciot and as the deposite bank was about one hundred and fifty miles distant, it occupied a team ox seven yoao oi came eleven uays in con. veyinff the money to ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 November 1836

The state of. society in the cities of the middle and southern states, judging from the amount and character of crime com. mitted, is really deplorable murders, as sault and battery, thefts, &c. &c. occur in such quick succession, that the police are continually busy, and the newspapers filled with their recital. The Philadelphia Sat. urday Courier says " It seems to xa wo are verging upon an awful preponderance of crime ! Murders are of so common oc. currence, as to excite no particular alarm. We count no less than four murders, and some attempts at murder in Philadelphia, during tho week ending on tho 10th of September. A stranger was shot down in the broad light of day, when people were passing within a short distance in every di. rcction the assassin escaped. A young man by tho name of Koehlcr, was mnrder ed, whilst walking a public street with a young lady on his arm tho assassin csca. ped. Two other men were murdered in tho public streets lately. A row took place in Ca...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 9 November 1836

N M'GAFFEY ft J AS. EAST- MAN JOHNSON, Attoknevb . Com. i.ellors at Law. Officii thrco doors went cf the Post OlEce, Chicago street, Whito Pigcou, Michigan. . 18tf. TThOCTORS SUMNER ft HALO V, ALy Physicians 4' Surgeon; CONSTANTINE. Hava concluded a partnership in tho buuiuoss f their profession. Otflceon VV'otnr ftl. opponite the Auurlf nUotel. ELIAS HOLTON SMITH, M. IF. Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, mid Solicitor in Chancers, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiuna and Michigan: Villa jo of Lima, county scat of Ijagrange County, Indiuna. Office, south of the Court House, fronting the public square Toledo Stroot. -Aug. 24, 1836. 8tf NEW ROOKS at Steele's Bookstore. 214 Main struct. Kionzi, the last of tin Trihunos, by E. L. Dul. wer ; Japhct in soarch of a Futher, by Capt. Mar. ryat; Stories of the Sea; Humphrey Clinker; Folding's History of Tom Jones, 2 vols; Paris and the Parisians, by Mrs. Trollopa ; the Gipscy, 1 vol. t Pul Clifford ; Dulwer's novels, uniform edition ; Robertson'...

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 November 1836

... . . . . VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER NUMB Ell i 1G, 1S30. i 'I' . r , ), CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rcmioiD BT miTMGEU 4c COWDERY, very Wedntday Morning, at the utmnd formerly oe cupied by Alaj. I. J. L'lluian, corner of Canaria and Water street. To tl subieribere who commenced previoue to number 20 : TiBMt Two dollart per annum In advance, two dol lar! and fifty eenta within the year, or three Uollura at tb expiration of theyear. But, To thote commencing with and after No. 20 S9 80. tf paid In advance t Tcftxa 3 00, after the fir at 3 monthi lonthat or, rait ann. year. ) I i ou, at tne ena or the Adverttiing at the uaual rates. CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE. MUXGI2R AND COWD12IIY would rospcctfully inform the citizens of Constan. tins and its vicinity, that they have juat received and opened a large stock of BOOKS, a part of which may be found in the following iauiogue i Bibles, extra gilt and plain, from large quarto ' to 18 mo pocket editions ; Common Pra...

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 November 1836

; ;; , v I r ' Antiquity of Mechanical Science. We read iu Genesis that ships were as old, e. ven on the Mediterranean, as the days of Jacob. We also learn that the Philistines brought thirty thousand chariots into tin field against Saul ; so that chariots were in use 1070 years before Christ. And about the same timo architecture was brought in to Europe; and 1030 years before Christ, Ammon built long and tall ships with sails on the Red Sea, and the Mediterranean. And about ninety jxars after, the ship Argo was built; which was the first Greek ves. el that ventured to pass through the sea, by the help of sails, without sight of land, being aided only by the stars. Daidalus al. so", who lived C90 "years before Christ, made sails for ships and invented several sorts of tools for carpenters and joiners to work with, lie also made several moving stat. ties, which could walk or run of themselves. And about 800 yoars before Christ, wo find in Chronicles, XV. that Uziah made in Jerusalem ...

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 November 1836

Steamboat Phenomenon Upper Maumee J-c The waters of the Upper Maumee are now navigated by a small steamboat bearing the above name. By the Upper Maumee, wo mean that portion of the Mau. meejriver, which lies above the Grand Rap. ids of IS miles in extent, and which extends from the head of the rapids at Cilead, to. wards Defiance and Ft. Wayne. This boat is thirty or forty tons burthen, and is capable of accommodating quite a large party of emigrants or travellers on their way to the west. By the above boat, meeting the stages from this placo at the i i i : j a 11 1 neaa oi uie rapius, travellers can prvcwu on their way westward immediately after their arrival in this place from Buffalo. This route is now the cheapest and most expeditious route to the Wabash. Miami of the Lake. Recent discoveries, at Pompeii.- At Pompeii there has been lately opened the street leading from the Temple of Fortune to the gales of Isis, passing nearly through the middle of the town. On reaching a centra...

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 November 1836

ItlUNbUU & COWDEHV, lUring one of the ! orlnH'nu of Job Typ l the western country, uro preimreJ to turo out JOB PRINTING, in the nentrxt fyle, and on shrt notice, t thr office of the Conitmitlno lirpublt-'sii. NSrGAFFEY V" JA. EAST- MAN JOHNSON, Arron.Nr.vi Covs. lkli.ors at Law. Office three doors wot of tlie Post Oflica, Chicago street, White Pigeon, Michigan. ltf. BOtTOItSSU1.i:iiIlALD, Physicians A Surgeons, CONSTANTINO. Hava concluded a partnership iu tho business cf their profession. Office on Water St. opposite tho AnicrlrnnHotcl. 1:1 LIAS BOLTON SMITH,i7li". Id Attorney ano Counsellor at IjAW, and Solicitor in Chancery, ond GENERAL LAND AGENT, for ludiana ond Michigan: Villago of Lima, county sent of Lagrango County, Indiana. Office, south of the Court Houso, fronting the public square, Toledo Street. . Auj?. 24, 1633. Ptf NEW BOOKS at Steele' Boousiork 214 Main Btrji t. Rionzi, tho last of ths Tribune, by E. I Bui wer ; Japhot in soarch of a Father, by Capt. Mar. ryat; ...

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 November 1836

CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 23, 1830. VOLUME I. NUMBER 21. 1 1 CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, resume . 5IUNGJGB k COWDERV, Bvry WAdnraday Morning, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. L'llraan, corner of CtmarU and . Water streets. T M $ub$eribtr$ who commenced preiiout to ' number 20 : Ttt Two dollar! per annum in advance, two dol lars and fifty cents within the year, or three dollars at t no eiptrailon of toe year. But, T tkoto commencing with and after No. 20 i ' ( fS 30, if paid In advance ) Tmks 3 00 after the flrtt 3 months or, rtm a i 3 40, at the end of the year. ) Advert I ting at the usual rates. CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE. ITTVWOEn AND JLYll COWDERV it . ? ) , the citiins of Coostao- uni ana lis vicinuy, mu they have just received and opened a large stock of BOOKS, a part of which may be found in the following Catalogue: Bible, extra gilt and plain, from large quarto to 19 mo pocket editions 1 Common Trayer Book, extra, Philadelphia, gilt 18 mo, and 33...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 November 1836

WEDDING FETE. Some days after the dinner at the Baron L 8 I was invited to a wedding fete by tho Marquis of P , on occasion of tho mar. riago of his sister. The entertainment was splendid, and the palace fitted up iu a sumptu ous style. We ascended tho staircase through a file of servants, at least fifty in number, many of them, I suspect hired ' or borrowed for the occasion, but they wero all in the same gay livery, and impressed one with a suitable idea of tho importance of the proprietor of the mansion. On being ushered into a magnificient saloon, with rich crimson hangings, we found the bride superbly attired and adorned with u profusion of jewels, surrounded by her femalo relatives iu attendance to receive the homage and congratulations of. tho com pany. The ball was led off by the newly mar ried couple. After dancing some time, supper was announced, and here joking seemed the order of the evening. The supper was elegant and inviting in appearance but what in English would bo t...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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