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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 23 November 1836

1733 From Saline by York to London, 15 milea and back once a week Leave Saline every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at Iiondon aame day by 10 a rn Leave London every Tuesday at 2 p ra, arrive at 8aline aame day by 7 p m 1736 From Clinton (1703) by Napoleon, Jack, eonopolis, and Eaton Court House to Kent, 120 milea and back once a week Leave Clinton every Saturday at 1 p ra, arrive at Kent every Tuesday by 9 p in .. Lave Kent every Wednesday at 4 a in, arrive at Clinton every Saturday by 12 noon 1737 From Jone. villa (1702) by Homer and Eckford to Marshall, 29 miles and back once a week - Leave Jonesvillo every Friday at 7 a m, arrive at Marshall same day by 5 p m Leave Marshall every Saturday at 7 a m, arrive at Jonesvillo samo day by 5 p m 1738 From Coldwater (1702) by Centreville and Cassopolis to St. Josoph, 90 miles and back once a week ' , ' ' '. Leave -Coldwater every Monday at 6 a ra, ar. rive at St. Joseph every Wednosday by 6 pm " XeaveSt. Joseph every Thursday at 6 am, arrive ...

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 November 1836

IHCXGI2R 4g-COWIr.MY, lUviBf one of the best assortment of Job T)' In tio western country, are pirrcd to tarn out JOB PRINTING, la the nanteat st vie, b1 on short notice, the office, of the'Conrtuntine Ucpultliren. W. M'GAFFEY & J AS. EAST V4 MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys Coun i.ellors at Law. Oflico three doors west of I ho Post Office, Chicago street, Whito Pigeon, Michigan. 18tf. D OtlOICS SUMNER & I1ALDV, Physicians tv Surgeons, CONSTANTINE, Have concluded a partnership ia the businoss f their profusion. Office on Water Pt. opposite the Ameri'snlloUl. I LIAS BOLTON SMITH, OT. D. jk Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, end Solicitor in Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana and Michigan: Village of Limi, county soat of Lagrange County, Indiana-Offico, south of the Court JIouso, fronting tho public squaro, Toledo Stroet. Aug. 21, 1836. 8tf NEW ROOKS at Steele's Bookstore 214 Main street. Ricnzi, tiie last of the Tribunes, by E. L. Bui war ; Japhot in search of a Father, by Cant...

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 November 1836

'1 . VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, NOVEMBER 30, 183G. NUMBER 22. 4 ' 'ti if IT V a i fit it: i ; CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rriLiiHEo it IdTNGEIl dc COWDERYi - Brery Wednesday Morning, at tho stand formerly oe--. cupled by MaJ. I. J. L'llmsn, corner of C'anaris and Water streets. . 7V M tuhtcribtrt who commenced previous to number 20 : '- Tkim Two dollari per annum tn advance, two dol lars and fifty eenti within the year, or three dollars at a expiration of the year. But, To those commencing with and after ffo. 20 ' (3 50, If paid in advance ) xi 1 3 00, after the first 3 months or, rat a km, 3 00, at the end of the year. ) Taxi Advert! sinf at tjie usual rates. ' CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE. M UN film ATVD COWDEIIY would respectfully inform the citiiens of Cons tan- tin 9 and its vicinity, that they have just received nd oponed a largo stock of BOOKS, a part of ' which miy be found in the following Catalogue : Bibles, extra gilt and plain, from largo quarto ' to 18 mo ...

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 November 1836

3 3t From the Detroit Fre Pre. THE PROPOSED CONVENTION. The democratic citizens of the county of Wayne, through their delegates, and a nu. merous meeting of those of Washtenaw, having recommended the call of another convention " for the sole purpose of giving their assent to the condition" upon whiqh, congress havo provided for the admission of the state into the Union, tho Governor has suggested that the people-of. Michigan take the measure into their own hands, and, by delegates elected among .them, selves, they form a convention for the pur pose contemplated by the act of congress." This suggestion Has been promptly acted upon, ana a commiuoe 01 citizens, uppyiui ed to correspond with the peotfjp of the va xious counties on the subject, hae rccom. mended the election and meeting of a con. vention to give the required absent to the condition of admission, , We shall briefly consider the several points presented by this proceeding to the people of Michigan. 1.. A compliance with th...

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 November 1836

1735 Tronf Saline by 'York to London, 15 mile and back onco a week . Leave Saline every Wednesday at 5 a m, arrive at London same day by 10 a m . . Leave London every Tuesday at 2 p m, arrive at Saline same day by 7 pm - -1736 From Clinton (1702) by Napoleon, Jack, aonopolia, and Eaton Court Houie to Kent, 120 toilet and back once a week - Leave Clinton every Saturday at 1 p ra, arrive it Kent every Tuesday by 9 p m Leave Kent every Wednesday at 4 a m, arrive at Clinton every Saturday by la noon 1737 From Jonctvilla (1702) by Homer and Eckfbrd to Marshall, 29 milea and back once a week . Leave Joneaville every Friday at 7 am, arrive at Marshall same day by 5 p m Leavo Marshall every Saturday at 7 a ra, arrive at Joneaville tame day by 5 p m 1733 From Coldwater (1702) by Centrevilla nd Cassopolte to St. Joseph, 90 miles and back once a week Leave Coldwater everv Monday at 6 a m, ar. rive at St. Joseph every Wednesday by 6 p m Leave St. Joseph every Thursday at 6 am, arrr at Coldwater...

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 November 1836

KXVXGEIK COWDEBV, Bavin on of the bctt SMortments of Job Type In tha western country, are prepared to turn out JOB PRINTING, la th !!( tyl. aod on short notice, at th offle of tjje Constantino Republican. TT.T ITFGAFFEY JAS. EAST i MAN JOHNSON, Attorney Cou.v. lellor at Law. Oflica thrco door west of tha Tcwt Office. Chicaco stroet, W hite 1 igron, Michigan. 18tf. TnrocTons sumner & haldy, JLLV Phyaieiana A Surgeon, y CONSTANTINE, Have concluded a partnership in tho business of their profession. Office oa Water St. opposite the Amerleaallotel. ELIAS DOLTOK SMITH, HI. I. Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, and Solicitor in Chancer, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for ludiana and Michigan! Village of Lima, county seat of Lagrange County, Indiana. Office, south of the Court House, fronting the public square, Toledo Street. Aug. 24, 1836.-; 6tf WEW UOOILSat Steels' Bookstore 11 9.14 Main Kr... Rionzi, the last of the Tribunes, by E. L. Bui. wer ; Japhet in soareh of a Father, by Capt. Mir rvat:...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 30 November 1836

(DdDHistlffinailSm DBejpimlbllftESMm, The citizens of t. Joseph County, favorable to accepting the proposi tion made by Congress to the people of Michigan, are requested to meet in (Convention at cntreville, on Tuesday next, the 29th inst., for the pur pose of nominatingfour delegates, to be elected on the 5th and 6th of De cember, to a State Convention to meet at Ann Arbor on the 14th Decem ber in conformity to a request in the circular from Vkt j -ma 1 a V . J.S A. IWavnc county. Besides the nominations contemplated, it is purposed to.M!? memorialize ujonssress ior a repeal , . ? a JiSaQJ, wnicn requires me assent 01 . the UJiiion. The importance 01 a punctual attendance, it is nopeu, may tie generally appreciated -as set forth in the above mentioned circular. St. Joseph County, Nov. 23, 1836. (CIRCULAR.) DsTaorr, Nov. 11, 1836. Sir At a meeting of the Democratic Con. 'ration of the county fWavna consisting of 'no hundred and twenty .four delegates, a reeolu. 'ion was unanimously ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 December 1836

j.4im.ii it.-i n - -'mzz,4vz'Z' r .. rT.'.'ji".rr' r y::. . .'. ... - . iV0LUr.I3 I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, DECEMBER 7, 1830. NUMBER 23. .5. t 7 ' ft rWrrwJ L , V-f CvT r" " , o t" tl formerly -. J t . rswof Uuuli and ..V. . ' - , , ,, ) XtrmTw t?.r ptr anaum la adraaee, two dol lm -i t-.jr cmm wtthla tnavau, er three dollars at tie x?irttla of the yar. &it- . , V tlrr rtaiMMtiiej teitA mfterJi: SO f ClM,irjMlladTeei Cat, t! i : aaoathai et, ( 8 iS, at te 44 of Ike jeer. ) mm AimcUatef at tb aattal rates. CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE: would respectfully inform th citizen! of Constan. tin- and its vicinity, that thev hare rust received jkl! evened large stock of BOCS, a part of Cii may be found ia the flowing Catalogue i '." r sxtrs gilt and plain, from larg quarto CoouDoa rrayar Book, extra, Philadelphia, ' giH 18 mo, and 23 mo -Josncphus Works, 9 vols.; Follyglott and common Testaments, red, gilt, ri leather and half boua4t ! , Oslp and Shore I Lin wood, 9 vots.j Pa...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 December 1836

Tt om the New Orleans Bee.1 . TEXAS. " OPENING OF THE FIRST CONGRESS. Tho interesting spectacle . of a people disenthralled from the power of the parent ctatc, establishing a government congenial to their feelings and principles, is now pre. aented in Texas. The first congress of the republic opened its first session on the 4th inst., by proceeding to the election of ' its officers and nominating a committee to wait upen the president to receive his tnes. age. That document 1 gives a sketch of the political state of the country, recom. mends the adoption of such measures as are necessary to meet the public exigen. cies, and developcs the resources of the country. It declares that all tho solicitudo of congress should be directed towards ren. dering the financial operations safe and se. cure, organizing tho army, defining tiro du. ties of tho secretary of war, his resnonsi bilities, &c, and making provision fur tho judiciary, as well as for the post office de partment. Ono thousa...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 December 1836

mOTAUY COOKIftG STOVES Just rcouived and for sale by - ALLEN GOODRIDCE. Constantino, Dae. 7th, 1836. COURT MAIITIAI The Court Martial for the 11 Regiment of Michigan Militia, convened at the houae of A. V, Sill, in the village of Centreville, in accordance with previous appint. ment, on the 15th of Nov inst., and adjournedtoSaturday the 10th of December inat. at 9 o'clock A. j. t the house of Alexander V, Sill at Ccntreville aforesaid. By order of the board, BENJAMIN SHERMAN, . . President. Centreville, Nor. 29, 1836. 2w22 mmm j.ULiLlU TOIJRNITURE Jl WAREHOUSE iicnv A fillTCAVKS ldl Shop on the South cor. 'Jiner of Washington and Mottvillo atreeta, woulJ respectfully inform tho citixens of Constantino and ite vicinity, that he intends to carry ou tho Cabinet burinosa in all various branches. Work mado to order at the shortest notico and of the best materials that the country affords j also, work kept on hand to accommodate tho om- lgDUREAUS. SIDEBOARDS, COUCHES, SECRETARIES, SOFAS, ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 7 December 1836

FILACER COWIM2IIY, ' Cavtttf on of tue beat assortments at Job Type l 1j western eountry, are p e pared to turu out . JOB PRINTING, I the Mates style, asd on al'ort notice, at the oflWf of '' Constantine Republican. "TT itTGAFFEY A; JAS. EAST 1 MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys a Coc. MLLOitt at Law. Offloi throe door west of tha Tost Office, Chic-go itpjct, White rigcon, Micbigm. 18tf. TTTsocronssumrvKii & raldy, XLV Physicians 4r Surtrtons, CONSTANTINE, Hive concluded a partnership in tho buU-iors of their prof ssion. . Office oil Water St. opposite tba Amrrl.-anlte:!. DILUSnOLTOl J7JITIir .J Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, and Solicitor im Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indiana and Michigan: VUlago of Limn, county scat of Lagrange Comity, Indiana. Odes, south of tho Court House, fronting the public aqua.ro, Tol jdo Street .Aug. 21, 1836. . . - , 8tf NE17 ROOKS at Steele' Bookstore 214 Main street. . . -Rienzi, the lout of tho Tribuno. bv E. L. Dul. wot Japhet iu soarch of a Fathe...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 December 1836

N . w - w-" VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, DECEMBER 14, 1830. NUMBER 24. fcONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, CBLISIIK BY ItlUItGEU COWDEBY, Every Wednesday Morning, at the ataM formerly ee apled by MaJ. I. J. I'llwaa, corner of Canaria and Watrr atraeu. T all tubeeribere who commenced previoue to number 20 : Tbm Two dollari per annum In advance, two dol lars an J fifty cents within the year, or three dollari at the aipiratlOB of tbe year. But, To thott commencing with and after No-30 (1 50, If paid In advance i 1 Tun 3 00 after the flnt 3 month! or, raa i (9 SO, at the end of the yo.r. " . Advertliini at the usual rates. CONSTANTINE BOOKSTORE. HUNGER AWD COWDURY safAiiM rAjnsMfii11vvnfiirm T" m ) the citixna of Conatun. tC A tin and its vicinity, thut i. , -J. they have hist focrtved and opened a larjp stock of BOOKS, a part of which may bo found in tho following Catalogue Bibles, extra gilt and plain, from large quarto to 18 uio pocket editions ; Common Prayer Book, extra...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 December 1836

Lena web County. At a countv con tention hU in tho villugo of Adrian, on tho 28th Nov., to nominate delegates to tho state convention, Darius Comstock in tho clmir and P. Morey Secretary, tho follow, ing resolutions, among others, were udopt. til: . - Whereas tho convention which ossein, lied at Ann Arbor, on the 20th day of Sp. tcmber last, by its refusal to assent to tho condition which tho supreme Legislature of tho Union, had prescribed as the terms of our admission, bus, in our opinion, subject, cd our stato to such embarrassments a.s will hazard our dearest and higher interests. , And Whereas wo believe tho decision of that convention was in direct violation of tho wishes of a mnjority of tho peoplo of Mich. r igan, and believing that whenever the v ill of the . peoplo . is misrepresented, or their interests are jeopardised by those who are the mero agents of their power, that they retain the full and perfect right to remedy in the manner they., may deem most expo. , dient, th...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 December 1836

"PJOTICE is hereby given that an application JLI will be made to the Legislature of Michigan at it next session, fur an act to incorporate the village of White Pigeon. White Pigeon, Doo. 5, 1838. FIIOPOSAL8 will be received by the sub. criber, until the 1st of January next., for the construction of a M Driver, of a sufficient size to drive Pile in lake Michigan, at the mouth of Galine Rivor, the hammer to be of 2000 lbs. weight, and the surface of the Gondola to be largo enough to admit of working four homos. Also, for the delivery of 610 Piles, of various lengths. - Every facility will be given to contractors, and tho money paid as fait as the work progresses. ' For a plan of the Machine and other particulars inquire of W. WHITAKER. New Buffalo, Not. 2i, 183G. . 23w4 FFff FURNITURE WARE HOUSE.. , ATcmtf A fiRRAVES If ti U Shop on the South cor. ihmU Orm f Washinirtoii and Mott villa streets, would respectfully inform the citizens of Constantino and it vicinity, that he intends to c...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 December 1836

0 "A. NVNCER COWDKIIY, Mavlnf one of the teat ssoortuicnu of Job Type in th western country, are prrptird to turu out JOB PRINTING, lathe Bcateat style, auJ on short notice, at the offlcf o( the Conntr.nUue Ueiul.lUitii. TJ M'GAFFey & J as. east- Si MAN JOHNSON, Attornevb Cocn. leliorb at Law. Otlica three doors wct of the Tout Office, Chicago Btrect, White Pigeon, Michigan. ltitf. - TThOCTORS SUMSEll & OALUY, XLk Physician fr Surgeons, s ' CONSTANTINE, Hava concluded a partnership in the busiuosa of their prof union. . OffluN Water 8t. opposite the AuicrlcanMOtcl. LIAS EOLTON SITU Tiff, ziTi. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, and Solicitor in Chancery, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for Indian i and Michigan: Villago of Lima, county soat of Lngnnga County, Indiana. Offica, south of tha Court House, fronting the pahiio square, Toledo Street. Aug. 81, 1633. 8tf NEW ROOKS at Steele's Bookstore 21 i Main straot. Rionii, t'ue last of tha Tribune, by E. L. Bui. wer ; Japbat in search of a...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 December 1836

.1' I - i VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, DECEMBER 21, 1830. NUMISEK 25. r 0 r 9 5 V) If' ',S CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rCBLltniD BT MtlllOEIl & COWDEIIY, Every Wednesday Morning, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. UUiuaii, corner of Csnarls and Water sweets. To til tubtcribert who commenced prttiout to number 20 : tttw-Two dollar per annum In advance, two dol lara sad fifty tent within the year, or three dollar! at the expiration of the year. But, T tkttt commencing with and after No. SO f ft SO, If paid in advance i Tam 3 00, after the first 3 month Ir,ji I 9 i, at the end of the year, Advertliing at the ua! rate. CABIIV ET WARE HOUSE, Ten doors btlous the Mention Htute, Main treet. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs the. public that he continues his business at the above stand, where he manufactures and keeps constantly on hand bvery description of Cabinet Work, comprising Soat, Couch ee, Sidtboardt, Sterttariet, Bureau; Book Catet, Wmrdrobtt, Pier...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 December 1836

Frost the To 'e Jo Oaten. PUBLIC MEETING AT LIMA, LA. ORANGE CO. INDIANA. At a general meeting of the citizens of LaG range and Steuben counties, held at tbo Lima House, in tho village of Lima, for the purpose of taking into consideration tho charter incorporating 44 tho Buffalo and Mis sissippi KailUoad Company," and also to adopt such measures as would open and improve tho Vistula road from Toledo to Michigan City Tho Hon. Luther Newton was culled to the chair, and the Hon. Ephraim Sccly ap. pointed Secretary. On motion of Edmund Littlcfield, Esq ; 1st. Resolved, That tho Legislature of this state be petitioned to so amend the charter incorporating the Buffalo and Mis sissippi Kail-Road Company, as to make Michigan City a point in said rail-road. On motion of Rev. Clearv ; 2d. Resolved. That a committee of twelve persons be fi Anointed bv said meet. ing, to obtain the full senso of the citizens on the route of tho contemplated rail-road, and to transact all business that may fur. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 December 1836

1 Hi i.' ( a Illinois. Tho Chicago Commcrical Advertiser of tho Cth inst. contains tho of. ftcial returns of the election in that state, tho result of which is as follows : ForVanBureo, 17,275 For Harrison, 14,292 Van Buren Majority, 1,073 LADIES' FAIR. Tho Ladies of tho "Female Benevolent Society" of White Pigeon, would hereby announce to the public that they will hold a Fair at the house of Samuel Pratt, jn this village, on Tuesday evening the 27th inst., vbere will bo offered for sale a variety of useful aud fancy articles among which may be found tho following, viz: Gentlemen's Satin and Bombazine Stocks; False Bosoms, Collars and Fino Shirts ; Linen, Wollen and Cotton Socks. Ladies' Aprons Caps and Cravats; La. dies' Capes, Misses do ; Children's Bonnets and Aprons ; Work Bags, Needle Books, Crystallized Baskets, Card Baskets and Case, Quilts, &c. &c. From the former liberality of the gen. tlemen on similar occasions, they have made unremitting exertions to enlarge the ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 21 December 1836

r ltirNGEH CVIEIIT, XUvlnr one of Ibe bet RMortments of Job Typo In tbo western country, sre prepared to turn wut JOB PRINTING, la the ncaiett stylo, wi'l on short nMef, at theoflltt vf lite Conittuntino livui.llran. M'OAFl'KV A J AS. EAST MAN JOHNSON, Attorneys ft i,oun. 1.ELL0R3 AT LAW. Hires "u the Post Office. Chicaeo street, Y Hits 1 igeon, Michigan. ldtf. Physicians Surgeon, CONSTANTINO Havo eoneludud a partnership in tha but i.vrcs f their profiSion. Otnceoa Water Pi. opposlta the Amerlfenllotel. ITlMASHOLTON SMITH, 31. D. Is Attorney and Counsellor at LAW, and Solicitor in Chakiert, and GENERAL LAND AGENT, for ludmna and Michigan: Village of Lima, county taut of Lagr ingo County, Indiana. Ofiice, south of tha Court House, fronting tha public squaro, Toledo Street. Aug. 21, 1836. etf NEW BOOKS at Steele's Bookstore 214 Main str.t. . - . Rienzi, the last of tho Tribunes, by L. L. isui- Wivrl 1nnl.nl in Briurch oftt Fuller, by Capt. Mar. rvats Rtnrba of the Sea; 1 Fielding's Hi...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 December 1836

7 VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH COUNTY, MICHIGAN, DECEMBER 28, 183G. NUMBER 20. if , CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rUBLMHID Bt Ml'lVGER ic COWDERY, Brery Wednesday Morning, at the stsnd formerly oe. fupled by MaJ. I. J. L'Jliii.n, corner of Csnaris and Viiuw streets. To all subscribers who commenced previous to v ! ' number 20 s Tkbjss Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol lars aud fifty eenta within tho year, or three dollars at t he expiration f thojear. but, To tkoss commencing with and after No. 2Q .' C fid 30, If paid in advance t Tuttti 3 00, after the first 3 months t or. . . (, 3 30, at the end of the yeur. Advertising at the usual rntrs. ,pia ARM. CABINET WARE IIOUE, 7Vn doors below the Mansion House, Main street. WM. G ALLIGAN respectfully informs the public that lie continues Inn businoss at the above stand, where ho manufactures nnd keeps constantly on hand every doscription of Cabinet Work, comprising Sofas, Vouchee, Sideboards, Secretaries, Bureaus, Book Cases, Wardr...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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