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, 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 be adverted to. Past cxpciituco in languago that can. rot bu misunderstood, urges tho folly of departing from established usages ; tho impossibility of preserving an ascendancy without a regard to party discipline. The spirit of party in itself is indispensable to tho existence of a popular government. Those who disbelieve it havo but slightly scanned the pages of history, and display little knowledge in tho nature of man. Where but in a republican government is a spirit of party to be found ? Not among the plaves and satraps of despotism, where thd mind enchained never struggles to soar, and no dreams of liberty ever dis. turb the bondman's slumbers ; .not in courts, where liberty-of thought is rare, and liberty of speech a crime; not where the press is muzzled, and the diffusion of knowledge forbidden ; party spirit there, watched by a thousand spies, lurks liko a guilty thing, and whispers its rebellious murmurs . in secret places. Regarded as tho smouldering spark which, when blown into a . flame, ever consumes tyrants and their institutions, it is seen but to be extin guished. Party spirit grows out of a na. tural hatred of oppression, an inborn spirit of inquiry. It must for ever be, as it ever has been, the companion of a popular gov. ernmcut: warring against usurpation of power ; watchful over each movement of men in office ; resisting every semblance of oppression. It ia at once a check upon ambition, and a stirring excitement to cm ulation ; keeping the rewards of public favor open to the most deserving. Itnour. ishes public spirit ; it contributes to tho choico of moderato measures, and prevents the accumulation of inordinate power. Such is party spirit ; but its high purposes are never accomplished without the aid of party discipline. To ensure great results, there must be unanimity of action ; to pre serve unanimity5nf,j3t ba sacrifice of opinion. JlLkTcro every Artisan acts inde .JPerfcently of-his -coadjdor; where each jarring opinion is ad vocal1-! with parental obstinacy by its author : here each one doeth what scermth best V his own eyes, tho action of party is paraded n"d defeat is certain. It i3 thus that a Vded major, ify is sacrificed to discord tn many governed by tho lew. I "Acting upon such consirations democratic party must be, as'1 should be, predominant. Composing itself tho ' majority of tho Amerirt people, and stricU . ly io ifs principle of regular nomi- nations, it has been assailed by every com bination of party without success, and has triumphed over every species of apposition. During tho panic of 1831, the democrat was proscribed ; every engine that wealth could furnish or influence command, was put in motion. The various inducements of fear, cupidity and ambition, were called iato action ; the poor man was driven from employment : tho tics of friendly inter course were severed ; but tho result proved th3 truth of these observations. The great object for which we contend being ascer tained, all minor, considerations should bo subordinate. Concentrating to ono pur pose all; hbt energies, the republican will not be swayed by tho whispers of vanity or the suggestions of interest. Recollecting that ho is a laborer for tho people, his wholo strength will bo given to the common cause. Thti3 r unanimity is preserved, which of itself is success. It is only when unfaithful to themselves that tho people are defeated.'- MARRIED: In this village, on tho 23th inst., by T. Charlton, Esq., Mr. Anscl Crowl and Miss Eliza Lmipson ; all of this village. N OTIC I i hereby given, that an insfal. mont of ton per cent, on the Constantino Steamboat stock wi!I bo reouirod to be paid in, on Tuesday, tho 23th inst. . WM. II. ADAMS, Sec'y. " Constantino, Oct. 23, 1833. Iwl7 NOTICE is hereby given, that an instal. mrnt of ten per cant, on tho capital stock of the Constantino Sioamboat, will bj.ronuircd to be paid in, on Saturday, tha 29th inst., by on dcr of tho Board of Directors. WM. II.'ADAMS, Sc'y. Constantino, Oct. 20, 1833. . Iwl7 . NOTICE -Tho subscriber would inform thoso having unsettled accounts with tho lato firm of A, E. Masssy &, Co., that he is duly authorized to scttlo tho buainons of said firm, nnd that in consaquencs of anew arrani'msnt which ho is about making in tho morcantila business, it b3com"8 absolutely necessary, that all debt du aid firas should bo sottlad without dnlay, V. - A. E. MASSEY. Constaatine, Oct. 24. yl7 Ti nOCUJilEa-Juxt receiving at tha Horn Of Ihfl etibiinribor, a frnsh lot of Supar M"olis3cs, Tm, CofTja, Tobacco. Cmlfisli, A.c. which lis will sell, tojothsr with his former stock of Groceries and Dry OooJst at a mull ndvancs forCash. - A. E. MASSEY. Constantino, Oct. 26. y!7 ItEAII superior Bank Envelopo AGJ P&rcai Also, 50 roams superior Tost office Taper i Just received at tho Detroit Book, tore. stand, and dirontlv opposite tha Michi an Echinire, by MOR$E & BROTHER. Detroit, Oct. la.- yl7 ffM M n P" md" Wrought A. Cat Nails; CjD 1000 do. Horse Nailrods; 30 Boxes Glass; on hind and for sle by ,.: ... - - ALUS NT GOODRIDGE. Constantine, Oct. 20, 183o, . yl7 ELECTION NOTICE. State of ML chigan County of St. Joieph. Iu pur. sua nee of the constitution and laws of this state, I, Edward A. Trumbull, Sheriff of tho county of St.Josaph, DO HEREBY GIVE NOTICE, That an Eloetion will bo held in the several town, ships of this county, on tho first Monday of No. venibor next and tho succcding day, fur tho choice of throe Electors of President and Vice President of the United States ; two Senators for the third senatorial district, comprising the coun ties of Hillsdalo, Branch, St. Joseph, Cass, Ber rien, Kalamazoo and Calhoun : two members of the houno of representatives, to represent the COUntTOf St. JoECDh in tho Stntn IprriuLtnrA . nnn shoriff ; one county clerk ; one county treasurer ; ono county surveyor j ono register of deeds j one coroner ; one judge of probata : two associate judges of the circuit court of tho county of St. josepn. The election to b-5 held and conducted, and further notice thereof to bo given, by tho respec tive township officers, in conformity with tho constitution and laws of this state, regulating elections. Given under my hand, at Centorville, this twenty-fiflh day of October, A. D. 183G. UDYYAKU A. TRUMBULL, Sherif 17 St. Joseph county. NEW STORE & NEW (iiOODS. Tho subscribers would inform their friends and the public generally, that they have now received their full supply of GOODS, which they are willing to part with for CASH or Pro. duco. Thoy will warrant thoir articles as good ana as vncap as any uut havo boen brought into the western country. The following aro some of their principal ortichs, viz : SUGARS Brown, Porto Rico, Ha- vana, loaf and lump. LUbl'hh Java and Rio. TEAS Young Hyson, Hyson, Gun- powder, Imperial, Pouchong and canisters of 2lb3. each. LIQUOR S Cognac, Champaignc, Spanish and cherry brandy, St. Croix, Jamaica and New England rum, Holland and American gin, old Irish whiskey and Stoughton bitters. WINES Old Madeira, brown and palo sherry, Champaignc, Marseilles Ma deira, Malaga, port, Malmsey and sweet wine. TOBACCO. Uoney dew, cavendish, Virginia, and paper. SEGARS. Principe, Dos Amigos, pel- Ion, Ilabana, half Spanish and American. biSUi'i'. Kappec, macaboy, & bcotch. FRUIT. Brazil, Madeira, and pea nuts, almonds, soft and hard shelled, filberts, bunch, keg, and cluster raisins, figs, and currants. Codfish and herring. Limp and linsaod oil and molasses, bar and shaving soap, sparmacetli and tallow candles, ta ble suit, cassia, chocohto, pepper, spice, nutmegs, cloves, indigo, ealerutus, olives, pickles lemon syrup, tablo oil, mustard, pauper sauca, powder and shot, load, lucifor and loco foco matches, blacking, glue &c. &c also, an ehgaut assort. mont of fresh confectionary. Tavoru keepers and others ara requested to examine tho abovo ar. tides, as thoy wero selected with groat care, and will ba sola on accommodating terms. ADAMS & APPLETON At thj old stand of W. T. HousJ Sc. Co. Constantino, Oct. 25. . yl7 BETItOST KOOJifiTOKE L. L. MoasK has associated with him his brother CiutJNCKV Morse, under tho firm of MORSE &, BROTHER, in tho Book publishing, Book selling, Bookbinding and Stationery businecs; and they are now oncninff. at 81 Jell'crson Ave. nu, directly opposite the Michigan Exchange a Wholesale and Retail BOOK STATIONERY Establishment. Merchants, Teachers and Li. brary companies will do well to call at the De troit Bookstore before purchasing AlKOwhero. C. MORSE, L. L. MORSE. Detroit, October 1, 1835. yl7 It XKfKrh Pounds Cod Fish ! 100 do. JjqjJJ high scented Mc. Snuff ; tor Said by ALLUiN UUUUKlUUli. Constantine, Oct. 26, 1836. yl7 K$ Boxes New.York BAR SOAP, and for salj low for Cash or Produce by ADAMS &. AFPLETON. Coistantim, Oat. 20. y!7 WANTED I.MMK DIATELV, THREE JOURNEYMEN TAILORS, to whom constant employincnt, ready pay and tho highest pricfe will bo eivon, by V. riUSSTUN. Whit Tiff xm, Oct. 22, 1836. 317 ftIES. Linsood end Limp oil, just raeoivod and for saloby A. E. MASSE Y. Constantine, Oct. 26. yl7 SPIRITUAE SONCiS, for Social Worship, by Thos. Hastings and Lowe a Mason, Ium received by MORSE &, BROTHER. Detroit, Oct. 18. y EOLIl CRATES Maynard & Noyea' s.i. 1 perior BLACK INK; also, RED INK, just roccivod by MORSE & BROTHER. iJotroit, uct. ia. yu rmnn American Aivif ijam for u iqj, iius aay rcccivoa, ai me jucirou Bookstore, old stand, nnd directly opposite tho Mich. Exchauce. MORSE &. BROTHER. Detroit, October 15. yl7 NEW BOOKS. Law, Medical, Miscl lancous, Religious and School Books ; to gether with a very extensive and superior lot of English and American btationery, now recciv. ing at tin Detroit Bookstoro. old stand, by MORSE & BROTHER Detroit, Oct. 15. yl7 f in WENT V FIVE DOLLARS RE- JI 1 WARD. LEFT THE SUBSCRIBER, on the 2 1th September, a young man by the name of JOHN OSBORN, about 5 feet 7 inchos in height, round foatnrcd, light compclxion, light hair, bluo eves, and ncarlv 21 rears of a to. ha v. ing with him a small span of BAY MARES, 8 or 9 years old one has a small burst on tho left sidfl and badly corked on one foro foot, and is bad to clean the other is half hipped on the left side and has a very light mane and tail : Also one waggon with wooden exes, all painted rod but tho box, that la grcjn, has thick elects on tho in. side that the springs . lay in and is held together with iron rods, and has been in use three years t also a half tuz harness with chains on tho end. Thrt above reward will bo paid on ths delivery of said property and man or for correct informs, tion where they may be found, or a reasonable aum for any part thereof. SANFORD IIAUSE. Macon, Lenawee co Ridgsway P. O. .... Mich., Oct. 23,1836. 2w 3000 PRIMERS AND TOY ROOKS, which aro offered wholosalo and retail, at the Bookstoro f MUNGER & COWDERY. BRUGS. Len'a pills t gum Myrrh; sup. cirb. sodaj Tartaric acid; Dyott's pills; sponge t lucifor matches ; crude borax ; refined do.; gum camphor ( gum tartar; red precipiUto; gum Arabic ; African popper liquid opodoldock oilofepikoj British oil; gam fntidat Iiowand's tonic mixture t terob roast ; swot and cantor oil, &fl. &o.. . JOHN B. BARRY. Constantino, Oct. 19. NEW COOPS. The subscribers gire notice to all of their old friends and cuuto. mers and the public generally, that they are now receiving, at their NEW STORE, a largo and choice stock of GOODS, direct from New.York, and selected with great care, which they will sell wholesale or retail, on as irood terms as they can ba had in West Michigan. They would also say to all such as would Tiko to purchaso a stock of goods for family use, such as Tea, Coffee, Sugar and Molasses or any kind of goods that they may want, that a handsomo deduction will bo made to all such for ready pay or approved paper. All persona wishing goods themselves Their assortment of DRY GOODS consists of 75 pieces of Broad Cloth. Steel mixed, drab, green, let. sup. do., cadet do., olivo, violet, brown sup. do., black sup. do., extra sup., blue sup. do., prunella, and Dahlia. oU pieces tassimercs rrintod, drab, black, fancy ribbed, striped, London drab, buckskin, and lavender. 50 picpes Satinets Green, drab, plaid, plaid and striped do., blue, steel mix'd, extra do. 12 pieces of Kentucky join, 390 pairs rose blankets, 100 Mackinaw blankets, extra whito do., blue. brown and green. 51) pieces llaunel Green, vollew. scarlet. white, silcsia, and white domestic. Green faze, crcoa baize, red Daddinsr. canton flannel, extra do. col'd do. 1000 pieces blcecbod shcetincrs and shirt in 28. star do., eagle do., Napoleon do., blceched fino bansdole go., and Hillsborough do. lsluo drill, brown linen, striped do., Mars)ilos vestints, Loudon winter vesting, Pressed velvet vesting, colored do., silk do.. double back check drill do., jein do., and plaid. 100 pieces light prints, light do., sup. twilled do. fancy do. IU0 pieces dark prints, plain do., dark fancy french do. rriiitcd J ackonct muslins, Irish linens, sup. do., Birds eye diaper, swiss muslins, fig'd do. Satin stripe, book muslin, bobinct lace, black do. fiigd do., grccian do., bobinet quilling, extra. ouon eaging, table cloths, linen, cotton, do., Linen cambric hd'k'fs., It. silk do., Cravats, knit cotton drawers, Bombazin stocks, plaited do, silk and let. do. and black do., Sup. corded shrirt collars, bosoms, corsets, Thread of most all kinds, Suspenders, buttons, pant do. lasting vest do. coat do, large do, do. coat do, silk do, drab do, "g o g'lt vest do, coat do, youth's pants do, ivory do. coat do, metal do. horn do. ivory do. pearl do, ivory combs, Misses h. f. gloves, ladiea do. eentlemen'e do. beaver do, web suspenders, Ladies black cotton hose, men's do. white do. ladies silk do, 50 umbrellas silk and cotton, 50 pieces Scotch flannel, 12 pieces drill, 25 canton flannel, 18 do. Union drill, Sat. jeins, col. cambricks, bluo check, 25 pieces trincliains. 6 bails Fitch's brown sheetings, 12 pieces cotton joins 18 do. br. drill, for sale by W.T. HOUSE &. CO. Uonstantine, Oct. 19, 1836.. 16y EADV I?IAIE CLOT12IXO. k dot cloth, honskin, bluo, rod and trrccn blankot overcoats ; blue, lavender, striped, plaid and mixed sattinctt and full'd cloth coats, lack. ets and pantaloons ; bovcrtcen hunting coats and 1uui.iuuuiis , reu unu tviuia ua.nuui sniris, wrap, para and drawers; ladies' and gontlcmen's cir. cassian and cimfct cloaks; h.-avy socks ; wool. Ion glovos and worsted comforters, all of which aro offered for sab as low as can be bought, for cash or approved crodit, by ALLEN GOODRIDGE. Constantino, 0?t. 13, 1&35. di;av itiaii: clotiiixu. Just received from New.York, a lariro as sortment ot Ksady Made Clothing, consisting in pari ot satunett vests, cloth uo., bombazino do., silk velvet do., plain silk do., nlormcnt do., fancy Marseilles do., Canton ilannei drawers, do. do. shirts, woollen do. shirts and drawers, blue blan. ket coats, green do. do., brown do. do., ladies' cloaks, sattinett and moleskin coats; sattinctt, cloth and moleskin pants, velvet and bombazine b toe Kb, dec. JUIIJN S. JJAUKY. Constantino, October 12, 1836. AILS, lRO. & GLASS, on hand and for salo by JOHN S. BARRY. Constantine, Oct. 12, 1836. fi ROCERIES of every description for X-H lamily use, just received by vonsianune, uci. iz. juiiim hailhx. OOTS A SHOES. A new supply of JJoota and shoes, consisting of men s thick bots, calf do., boys' boots and brogans, mon's thick and kip brogans, women's leather boots and shoes, do. morocco do., do. stuff do., men's seal pumps, women's slips, do gaiter boots, mitffes leather boots and shoes, &c. &,c, just received and offered for sale on, tho most liberal terms. JOHN S. BARRY. Constantine, Oct. 12, 1836. VT BTKT I'TTlPriVm onA frr aula ohiun 80 galls. Dutch Linsood Oil. At tho old stand of Houso & Co. ADAMS & APPLETON. Oct. 12. "ATS AWI CAPS. Black castor Hats, black and drab silk do., fur seal caps, hair seal do., black 'and whito wool hats, tor sala by Constantino, Oct. 12. JOHN S. BARRY. F VII SEAL COLLARS. Fur acal collars: also wool seal do. ' Constantine, Oct. 12. JOHN S. BARRY. TarrilX SAWS. Rowland's Mill Saws; If ia. also X cut and hand saws for salo. Constantine, Oct. 12. JOHN S. BARRY. TOtTACKIIVAC BLANKETS. .Best ITlL blue Mackinac Blankets, suitable for coats. for salo by JOHN S. BARRY. Constantine, Oct. 12. . . 3 ILK GOODS. Black silk Camblct. col 7 orcd do. do., black sarsnets, black silk velvet. black and colored Gro de Naples, Gro do Rhine and pink straw, green and blue f lorence silks, Spittlefi?ld, flag, red and yellow Bandanna hand. kerchiefs, Ondalino fancy do., whito, green and black gauze veils, white and black silk hose, frogs, piping cord; belt, gauze and taffeta ribbons; bl'k galloons. JUUXS 8. UAKUY. Constantine, Oct. 12, 1836. 71" EATIIER. 53 sides sole and upper ilJ Leather ; also calf, kip and Morocco skins just received and Tor sale. Constantine, Oct. 12. JOHN S. BARRY. TTDAIHTS AMD OIL. Linscod &. Lamp XL Uil ; white, red and black lead ; spirits tur pentine t yerdeirris ; chrome croan : do. yellow Prussian blue; copal varnish; gluo; Spanish orown i v eniiian rea ; earn wood, alc. JOHN 8. BARRY. Constantino, October 12. ' TnT ATS. Just received, 9 cases low crown JJilJL oa nroaaDnmmonnrsn satin iJoaverlla and for salo by ALLEN GOODRIDGE its, - Constantino, October 5. TITTrifEREAS my wifs. Jane Garrinon InA nif haail linrl honrd. I hfirnhv f-trhiil nil nor as I will py no dbt of nor contract aftorthis aate. vrnue t igoon, ibi. ic.. 3w HENRY GARRISON T?.TTO.EY TO LET. (i03 dollfti-a tn Int far t hntnrm nf mr mflnfhit. A n mw. mo at bank wila gaj4 cjruy will be required Inquire at this om. Oct. 10 ml BOOK STORE. GEO. GOOD. MAN respectfully in. forms tho pubic, that lie has opened a Store, on Main Street, in th villaire of NILES, where ho intends to keep a general ana complete assortment or BOOKS AND STATIONERY. Ho has now on bund a variety of standard and popular works, school books, Bibles in various forms soma very elegant, blank books, writing paper, 6vC &c. . llo expects to receive in a few days a further supply of BOOKS, including tha latest, publiea- tiona, together with some elegant ANN UALS for 1837. 1 Merchants supplioJ with Books and Stationery at liberal rates. Niles, Oct. 12, 1835. 3wl6 rrnHE SURSCKII2ERS aro no raciv Ji. vine at thoir new Store, No. 78 JefTVrson AAenue, thoir Fall and Winter supply of Dry Goods and Dry Groceries, which, in addition to their former stock, will make a ganoral assort, mont in their lino. Having selected their goods with much care, they are confident that nwr. chants and others will do well to call and exam. ine their stock before purchasing elsewhere. 15. 11AKMUJN OC UU. Datroit, Oct. 12, 1836. 15y WEW STORE AT fEERRIEJV. 1M PITT BROWN &. R. E. WARD having entered into copartnership for the purpou9 of buying and selling M archandiza, Provisions and produco, would respectiuuy iniorm tho public, that thoy have just received an extonsivo and general assortment or Dry uoogb, ready mado Clothing, Grocorios, Hardware, Iron, Nails, Salt, IJoots and Shoos, Hats, Glass, Quoensware, Loathcr, Oil, Puints and Confectionary, which they offer for Bale at unusually low prices. OCT A liberal discount will be mado to Tavern keepers and others purchasing by the quantity. Persons residing at a distanco will find it to thoir adrantago to give us a call before ma king purchases elsewhere. Tho highest prico will ba paid in cash for all kinds of country produco and provisions. N. B. No Ferriage will ba charged to per- sons trading at this store, who resido east of tho Kivor St. Jos?ph. Uerricn, Oct. Ic35. 15tf PAPER. Just received, tho largest as. sortmont of letter and cap paper ever offjr- ed in this citv. Also, wrapping naner various qualities and sizes. Likewise a small invoice of printing papor. SJNUW & MS it. JJolroit, Juno-U. Tf 1ST OF LETTERS remaining in the JLd iPoRt-OfHce at White Pigeon, tho 1st of Oct. A. D. 1836. Edward Adams Stephen Lawson James L Alfriend John Leak Watson Becman 2 Walter Lovo Henry Burger Soth Lucia Andrew Uurrett Soldon Martin Edward Bonncy Anderson Martin Embra Bullard Samuel Miller Mr Barnard Joseph Mun 2 Joseph Brittain M Marshall Ann Iicardsley Joseph 11 luulor Hiram Blodget E B Miller Joseph Chapin Hiram Moore Peter Colvcr Samuol Nowel Andrew Calhoun Walter Nicol A nrr Cmann-i Siimnol S V .tf'it John Corp Sally Po.isii Seymour Lorp George l ashby David Uow an Victor M tiatt llizabcth Clark Aaron P.lm. r Stephe n Clark (Jjorgj Rs Win Citlicirt Mos Iijlmis Bjnj'n F Corp Ch mVm UoLisoa i-e H dttoa Jos.-ph Jionur Wilson Cross lloury K ),,U.tl 2 John Dixon James Ray J B Dimick I Shellhousj Juhn Draper 2 John A SuLs Iba C Delano Goorco Syors John Downoy Col F Shurts David Uling Mrs Smith Clinton FitJier Betsey Sigsbey Caleb Fair child Luman N Stronff Christopher Grant Jool II Sandford Nancy Galloway Mrs Teisdale nm u uosi llolray Ihrasher Nathan Gurney John J Treat Esq Jndson Griffith Ebzaphan Toft T E Gidley Sylvia Vanantworp John C Holmes Medicine Vendor John A Hill Orang3 Walker John II ycrman John Wilson Almira Hunter Win Whit3 Jonathan Imason Parmclia Whiled R Johnson Hugh Woods Rp.v S D Jowett Morton Winton Joseph F Johnson Dan'l Woodworth Bonjamin King of Williams Edmund Littlo CHAPMAN YATE3. P. M. EV STORE At FRESH GOODS Tha subscriber has just received and is now recciviner an extonsive assortment of English, French and American DRY GOODS, Hard, ware, Crockery and Glasswaro, Paints, Oils and Groceries, all of which he offers for sale to tho citizens of Constantino and vicinity on the most reasonable terms. ALLEN GOUDUIDUU. Constantino, October 5, 1836. ' 7T EGIEORN HATS. Leghorn, straw, XLA and I uscan JJonnets, for sale. Constantino, Oct. 12. JOHN S. liAKKY. gfpl UTLER Y. An elegant assortment of tuuery ib ottered tor sale ty Constantino, Oct. 5, - 7ft fK DOZEN HATS. Men's fashion. nbla Drab Fur Hats, Silk do.; black silk and black fur do. black nnd drab wool do.; Boys' black silk and wool do. for sala Of W. T. HOUSE & CO. Constantine, Oct. 5. TtlJCTAIVTEW, an industrious boy, from fif- V w teon to sixteen years ofogo as an apprcn. tice to the Hatting business. For further par. ticulnrs enquire fat tho subscriber's factory in Jiloomnnld, seven miles south east or J.ima, on the Ft. Wayne road. LONSON N. DEWEY. Blootnfiold, Sept. 21, 1836. 3wl2 TfH OR HA EE .One yoko of oxen, well SL broke, two lot; chains, ono larrs canoj, and one largo grind Btonrc, enquire of O. W. SUUINAUEL. Also, any person wishing to contract for a lot of Lumbor, such as suitablo for building, and also a lot of cherry plank, can be accommodated by applying as above. Constantino Sept, 21 1836. , 12tf TCrTT ANTED 5003 lbs. BUTTER and V V lllUESU, in exchange tor uoods. . W.T. JlUUolu dc Uo., No. 7, Water atreot. Constantino, June S3, 1836. A BOXES OF nAIl SOAlv Just ro- coivod and for eale by A E. MASSEY &. CO. Aug.21.1 Wator'St., Constantino. TO STRAY HORSE. Stray U 4 ed frona the subscriber on or a. bout tho third of September last, a dark bay French pony, with a long, heavy tsil, short. ish mane, branded the letters It. and G. on the loft shoulder, and five years old. Ten dollars re. ward will be paid by the subscriber to any ono who will give information at Iong'a Tavern, wardsburg, that ha miy he found JOSEP2I E. METZGEu. Oct 13 183& I.vl5 TriTERESTI!VG-.AU persons who re. JJ. ceive Litters, newspspers, pamphlets, or rung, azines from tho Post Oflice at Whito Pigeon, will pleaso tako notice, that from, nnd .after tho first dny of October next, tho law, and tho instructions of tho Post-Master General will bo complied with to the very letter. The postugo on nil b iters, on. cusional papers, pamphlets, nnd magazines, will bo exacted iu every case on delivery and the pos. luge on an iDwepnpcra wiucu come regularly to tha oflice, must be paid ono quarter in advance, bofora any of tlie paperj can eo from tuo office. Those now in arrears for nowspnpor postagj, will puaso can and vrtno without lt-iny. CHAPMAN YATES. V. M. White Pigeon, Sjptembwr 23, 183G. 3wl2 WEW GOODS. Tho subscribers rive JLm no'.ico to thuir old frionds and custouifirs. and the public concrallv. that they an now receiving a largo supply of goods, diroct from N. N., selected with grout carai tho wines and liquors purchasad from the importers and war. ranted to ba a puro article which thcV offer for salo at wholesale and retail as cheap us can be procured from any other housa in this city ; a. moug which are tho following, viz. SUGARS. -Drown, Porto Rico, brown Havanna, loaf, lump, Muscovado. . JIULAobL,b. .bup-ar house. West India. COFFEE. Java and Rio. TEAS. Imperial, pouchong, youns hy. son, hyson skin, hy?on skin in catty boxes Id lbs. each tor lamily use, and m canisters of 2 lbs. each. irATS. Port, Madeira,Tencriflf, mus. cat, Gibraltar cherry ,Champaignc, Roderer brand, prints and quarts silver tops, claret, Malaga, liurgundy. PORTER London and Philadelphia pints and quarts. UliAND 1 .-Champaign, Tellon, Peach, Cogniac, Bordeaux. St. Croix and Java rum : Holland and American gin. TOBACCO Cavendish, largo and small papers, fancy papers do lb. and half ids., canisters no. SNUFF. Macaboy, American cents., Rappee, Scotch. CIGARS. Principe, Crown, Dos Ama. gos, Pellon, American, Alexandria. To?othnr with a lariro sunnlv of r&i&ins. fiirs. prunes, almons, hard and soft slioll, Madeira nuts, pua nuts, filberts, Brazil nuts, nutmegs, salcratus, indigo, bad, ginger, English canister powder, Cassia, Pimento, poppor, alapico, cod. fish, horring, mackerel, corks, buth brick, sweet oil, ground coffio, poppor sauce, mustard 1 lb. J lb and lb. Windsor soap a groat varhty, black ing, sardines, starch, Saltana raisins, currants, Tamarinds, assortod cordials, ground popper, Po mento and Cassia ; lemon, raspberry and etraw. berry syrups, lucitor nnd loco toco matches; ca. pros, olives, cocoa, wine, vinegar, assorted spi. ces, etc. etc. ALSO a handsomo assortment of knives and forks, carvers, pocket knives, dirks, razors, scis sors, shears, iron tinned spoons, plated do. povr. der flasks, molasses gates, iron dog collars, brass do, cork screws, razor straps, fish lines, hemp do chalk do ; Dressing combs, pocket wallets, clasp do, memorandum books, fino wallets, pencilled pens, silver pencils, percussion caps, pocket compasses ; - hair, shaving, tooth, hat, clothes, crumti and shoo brushes ; snult bozos, wire suives, twino racls, shaving boxes, wood rat traps, clothes lines, hemp, and manilla no's 1, 2, 3 and 4 ropo, nails of various sizes. Together wiirt many other aniens, too numerous to men tion in this advertisamont. Call and see. C. M. &. L. M. BULL. Detroit, August 3, 1836. Iy7 CROWN WINDOW LASS. Tho subscribers havo recently erected a Crown ulifs r actoro at Bedford, Clinton county, row York. They havo spired no pains to mako it ono of tho best ostablishmnots in tho United States. Having procured pkilful workmen, aro now making CROWN WINDOW GLASS of a superior quality, Irom White Hint Sand, obtained near tho factory. This glass combines all tho requisites which distinguish a peri oct ar. ticle, ana is particularly remarkablo for its strength ot enamel, beauty and evenness of sur faco, transparency, lightness of color, and un common brilliancy, resembling tho finest des cription of Plato Glass. It is tho only Crown Glass made from Flint sand" in tins country, and is capablo of stand ing every chango of climate nor will it "lose any of its lustre by niro bcinr all made of double thickness, will bo found on comparison cheaper and stronger than loreignor Cylinder unes. Orders addrciutod to than eUhor nt Troy or Dodford, will be exocutod with caro and prompt attention. , COOK, LANE At CORNING. Troy, August 1, 1836. 0"The undorsignod having boon appointed agents for the salo of the above Glass in this Tor. ritory, would inform tho publio that they aro roady to cxacuto orders for any amount, and for an Bizcs, irom i dj iu io zj dv i i. i noy would respectfully request an examination of the articlo dj an winning vo purciiHB?. Dotroil, June 20, 1836. lyl MEN WANTED to work on tho Illinois nnd Michigan Canal, on acctiona 26 and 57, to whom from twenty to twenty-six dollars per month will bo pmd. A p. plications must bo mado soon. One of tha con. tractors may bo found on the job, 8 miles from Juliet. STEWARTS, SANGER &, WALLACE August 3. 5tf Contractors. WEW FIRM.-The subscriber has nsr.o. JLhI ciatcd with him, in the wholesale and retail grocery business, L. M. BoJl. Tho business will be conducted under tho hrm of C. AI. oc u. Ai. Bull, at tho old stand of C. M. Bull. No. C2 Jof. firson Avenue, first door balow tho Farmers and Mechanics' bank. C. M. BULL. Detroit, June 20, 183S. All persons indohtod to C. M. Bull aro requss ted to make immodiate payment. C. Al. u. CA II I NET WARE HOUSE, Ten doors below the Mansion House, Main street. WM. GALLIGAN respectfully informs the public that ho continues his business at tho above stand, whera ho manufactures snd keeps constantly on hand every description of Cabinet Work, comprising Asa, voucnes, ataeooaras, Secretaries. Bureaus, uook uases, wararooes, Pier, Centre, Card $ Toilet Tables, Scroll bottom Tea do. Ladies Work do. and Stands, Music Stools, frc. On hand a full assortment of White nnd Egyptian Morbb Tops, for Centro and PicrTablos, Bureau lops and Wash Stands, Likewise, every description of BLDSTEADS and all othrr arliclos in the Cabinet lino. Ha has in his employment first rato workmon and his materials aro as good as can bi procured in tho country or in New.York, and he flatters himself that no shop in the western part of the stats can turn out finor and more substantial work, with groater promntitudo. Ho also koops constantly on hand, Mahojany, Curl Maplo and Painted Grecian CHAIRS ( like, wise. Scroll. Crown, and Roll Ton Fancy do., to. gather with coniifkon Windsor, and most other kinds, (.11 of which will ba Bold twenty-Jivs per ennt cbaaner than can ba nurchasod in this market. Cook'a Patjnt Mahosrany Knobs, Mahogany bsards and veniora, and varnish, for sala at the most roaxonabld prices. a Ilia Irionds ar a particu lirly invited to give him a call, and patron agi gnnerally is rospoctfally soacitjJ. Buff Jo, Jaae2J, 1338. lyl TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT- QEO. W. SGIIIVAUEE, bogs leave HJf to Inform the public, that he continnea to- mako up Cloth to order, as usual, at his Shop, on Wattr street, Couskmtino, whore bo will bo hapiy to recciv?, and attond to all orders for work in his lino of business. Having mad- arran gem-tit to receive the New.York and Paris FASHIONS, regularly. as soon as published, and from long cxporienoe in hia business, he flatters hiuiself that ha will -bo able to cive entire satisfoation to those who- may favor him with their work. II j intends building a shop soon, for the pur- )oso of enlarging his busings, end keeping on nnd a ronoril nssormont of KEADY MADE CLOTHING, From tho mora than liboral pat ronago which ho has heretofore roceived froia tho citizens of Constantine, and adjacent country, i .1. : i .i. .ii.i . mi . . . . uuu uio rajJi'i gruw in oi mjj vilingo, 110 lot IS COn. fident in the bidiof, tliut nny additions which lu may inako to his business, will bi amply r -i v. .!. . i .r. . tho public. CUTTING will bo dona In th ktost stvh. and warranted to fit, if proporly nvAo up. In conclusion, ho would Lo permitted to ex press his thanks for past favors, uad solicit a con tinuanc of public patronng '. Constantino, June 2 J, e Jo. tf " TI3ING9 IN FINE ORDER. II. A. Naolek, ut No. CD Jeff.rson Ave nue, having op.)n- d a Confectionary establish, mont, is prepared to furnish all who may fiver im with a call, with every nrticl J in his l;ni. Stoamboats, Country Merchants, and othors. furnished on the most roasouable terms. Call, exnmine, and inquire prices, and tliun buy. All oruorB csroiuiiy pacRed, and punctually attcn. c-d to. 1 he following articL-s constituto part of the articles on hand : Penmrmint. Cinmmon. Birch. Roe. Lomon. Horeliound, Sassafras and roam Candys. 1 oppcrnunt nnd uingcr Ijozengos. Smooth and Burnt Almons. Largo and small plums. Cinnamon buds. Cin namon and Carraway Comfits. Assorted colored nonpareils. Mould and hollow clear candy, and crystalizad Toys. Imitation sugar fruits, rock candy, mottoos, Sec. PASTRY. Orders filled on short notlo for Parties, Weddings, &c. with M&ccaronies, Jum. bios, Fruits, Pound Sponge, and Almond Cakas, Cocoa and Macaronis, Pyramids, Jollies, Cocoa nut cako,, Ico croam, Blanc Alan go, Alottoss, &o. tc. ornamented in tho most fashionable rtylj. and warranted inferior to thoso of no country. Detroit, Jnna 30, 1836. lyl HEAETII. BAILEY'S CHEMICAL COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SAKSAPARILLA, for purifying tho blood, and removing all disaascs arising from injudicious us of Mercury, exposures nnd imprudoncios in Lto, Scrofula, Kings' lvil, hite Swelling, disansae of tho liver and skin, constitutional weakness, hronic and nervous nfloctions, 6tc. xc. It has Iso been found a most useful spring and fall pu rifier of tho blood. Tht rapidity with which this article has sold, and tho very flattering r.. cornmondations it has roceived, nra evidences of its superior efficacy. Tho subjoined are a. mong the communications in tho hands ot tho proprietor: In calhne attention to tho medical virtues of this cclobratcid plant, I would advert to the fact familiar with every physician, that a numerous class of disoascs ariso from that impuro stato of the bloo 1, which this active remedial agent is so flicacious in purifying. Tho groat importance attached by modical practitioners to tho proper, ties of tho Sarsaparilla has engaged tho attention of chemists, as to tlio modo or preparation iu which its virtues con ba most advantageously combined. Their experiments have resulted iu the discovery that the Chemical Compou.no Fluid Extract is decidedly superior lo any other torrn in which it can bo usod. Siuca tho introduction of tha Fluid Extract, it has grown into rapid and extensive use, and its reputation is constantly in. creasing. We consider it one ot the most valua ble articles in tho Materia Modica, and find a ma terial ad van ta go in the standard preparation of u- nifonn strength which is obtained by the I luid Extract. Its superiority over tho Decoctions and Svruos sometimes mado usa of, ia strikingly apnar ent. " It obviates tho necossity of preparing fresh dococtions every day ; and docs not surtuit and nauscato the stomach with tin largo proportion of sugar which has to bo taken with each doso of tho syrup, and which renders it incapabb of holding much of the puro extractive matter in solution. Ono bottlo of tho Fluid Exlract i3 fully equal to a gallon of tho syrup, or tho decoction, as usually prepared. The virtues of this valuable modicino cannot bo too extensively known, ca thore is scarcely an nthviuuul who would not bo benefitted by its use. Tha uniform testimony of modical nwn m its fa. vor, and th great mecst which has attended its introduction, both in hospitals and private prac tice, is a convincing proof of its value, and of its superiority over other preparations of tho Sarsaparilla. AlULUCUS. Mr. C C. Bristol Dear nir: rloaso send mo four doz?n bottl s Bailey's Compound Fluid Extract ot Sarsaparilla. I cannot but exnrii my r.5gho6t sensa of gra'i. fication in tho result this excellent preparation has had in the euro of Cutaneous Diseases. In every caso which has como under my practico, it has had the most complute success. Not one even tho most obstinato and long etanding--but has recoived a permanent cure from this vwry ex. collent compound. In a section of country liko this, whero tho principal diseases ariso from a vi tiated state of the blood, 1 think tho introduction of your preparation will be of tho moat eminent eorvico. I consider it the noatcst preparation of sarsa- Karilla I have over mot with, end as such I un. csitatingly givo it roy earncBt recconimond&tion. i ruiy yours, .c. T. P. WHirrLE, M. D. For salo by C. C. BRISTOL, sole proprietor, 207 Main btroct, Buffalo. Trice 75 cents per bottle. N. B. Obscrvo that riono can be cmuino without the signature of tho proprietor in his own hand writing. 0Tho publio are cautionod against a spurious orcparation. . August a, 1836. ' 5lf TTPIJFFAEO BOOKSTOIIE, No. 233 JLD Main Btroet. Subscriptions rjcoivJ for the following periodicals : Tho Am:rican Journal of Medical Scionca ; the republications of the London, Edinburgh, rorslgn and Wostministsr Quarterly mviaws. Just received an Introduotion to tho Scionca of Government, by A. W. Young. Also, Hunting, ton's System of modorn GoogMpby, with Atloo, tor thi utoofBchoow. "-vv;. Buffalo, Jun 14, 183C. lyl JT ONDON IJO'TANIC VEGETA- nf Bimorior onalili",s in cxtricalins crease of every kind from gwUrnisn's clothing ; also, oil. ry ainu iruii. k " """ " " -w""i(i wi "... int, tar, etc., without doing tin loast injury ta u. 1rlh nr color. War 1a 1 c. rf. niifSTOlj. B uffalo, June, 20. FAINTS. Whlti id. R.d I.nd.Vou.--tian R?d, Spanish Whit.', Pru.-in Blu, French Yellow, kc. .c.,, fi r by A. E. MAeiSEY &. CO., . No. 10, Wat ret. Coutmtint. Juno 21. 1'f rniO FAU'IEklS. WIICAT, OATS, Ji. CORN, ani nil othor kin U cf Country TroJuco will ba rocoivl in etching fjr Goods, by W.T. HOUSE &, CO. No. 7, Water itroot. Constintia), Jan) 23, 1S3U.