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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 14 September 1836

7 - "7 Gen: Jackson, It is truly gratifying to -witness' the spirit with which the people have received Gen. Jackson, while on his way to the Hermitage. His enemies begin to do him justice, and the tongue that so lately uttered naught but bitterness and re. proaoh, begins to drop the soft accents of approval and admiration. None, in fact, but heated partizans men of vindictive and unrelenting passions, longer defame the just but stern old man,' who is about to retire from the cares of state, to seek repose in the quiet shades of the home of his youth and .his manhood. The Cesar, who but a short time ago was to attain power, that ho 'might rule done; who was to usurp authority that he might be a despot contemplates tho change that awaits him so soon, with no oth. cr feelings than those of joy, and a proud consciousness of having performed his du tics, fearlessly, and with a devotion to the country, her interests and her honor, that was a stranger to tho desire for personal aggrandize...

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 September 1836

STOCKS. Men's Silk VL7 Velvet. India Rubber uud Clotii CATS; Bo )Y's Cloth aud Hair do., just received. . Also, an ussortcmnt of Silk Velvet and Horn. hazine STOCKS, huve been roceivetl, and are of. fered ut a small advance for Cash. A. E. MASSEY & CO., No. 10, Wuter-st. ' " Constaiitine; June 29, 183G. - ltf TTUST RECEIVER and CV for Rale by tho subscribers, 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Ilollund Gin, v ' 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wine, 4 clo. Sweet do. 16 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 10 . do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do. 0 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Champaigne. W. T. HOUSE & CO. , No. 7, Water etroct. Constantino, June 20, 183(5. ltf CONSTANTINE fc KALAMAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. HUNT A AUSTIN, would respectfully inform tho traveling public, that they ara mokincr orranffoinonti and will ba nadytocom mence running their LINE OF STAGES RAIEY, on or about the 10th of July, instead of three times a woek. J hoy will leave Con. sta...

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 September 1836

I ft' r.i J OS! II I . III a III ; y K VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, rrlLUHtO BY - SIXnVGER Sc COWDERY, Every Wednriday Morn Inn, at the itand formerly oe . eupled by Maj. I. J. Ullinan, corner of Canaria and Water atreeta. TaM Two dollars per annum in advance, two dol lara and fifty emu within tha year, or three dollara at the cipiration of the year. Advertising at the uaual ratea. CARRIAGE MAKING. WITX. REID & CO. would ronpectful. lv inform the citizens of Consttntine and St. Joseph county, that they still c :rry on the CARRIAGE and WAGON Making business at their old stand, where they will be Happy to at tend to all calls in their line. They have the beet of workmen in their employ, and foel as . aured that they can and do turn out as good work i as any other establishment of the kind in the western country. , STAGE COACHES repaired on short notice. ' Cr Repairing done cheap for cash and on ehort notice. Their shop it No. 2, Mechanics' Row, Second street Constantino. June...

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 September 1836

A Novel Excursion. Tlio Teasers and scholars of tho Bnptist Sunday school in Troy, lately made an excursion in a steam boat from Troy to Hudson. At an early hour, headed by their superintendents and accompanied by their pastor, they marchid in procession from the church to tho steam, boat, on board of which they embarked. In the centre of tho procession a beautiful and appropriate banner was carried by one of the larger boys, supported by a couple of the youngest urchins, and this was pre ceded and followed by about three hundred teachers and scholars from six to sixteen years of age. As tho boat gaily dressed in flags and streamers, gracefully swept from the wharf, tho children commenced singing one of their Sunday school hymns, tho sweet melody of which', accompanied by the strains of a few appropriate musical instru ments, died away in tho receding distanco of tho boat. N. Ir. Egress. Linen. Tho manufacturers of Leeds, like tho . English manufacturers for years past, are greatly ...

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 September 1836

r." i:h::t yet.- The new Rtcamlxat , L: J -nd, CapU Thayer, left New York ' cn . --csday morning, passing tho foot of Grtr.-xtrcct at 21 minutes past 6 o'clock, r Eh-5 rived at Newport 3 minntcs before 5 . P. LI, :cr3 the stopped six nv-rjtes, and jarr-vc l C rrovidencc at 40 minutes past 0 -rnllr j the whole running time 12 hours ,13 mhutcs. - This is tho shortest passage yet mado. Boston Transcript,' " ' Mr. Stevenson, Minister of the United States to the court of St." James,, with' his family, arrived at London on tho first of ' July. -:; , - . '..T The Moon Hoax. The Moon Hoax" which first appeared in the N. Y. Sun, has been translated into French as a veritable scientific discovery and translated back again into English, and publishodin London. BTThe Meeting of the St. Joseph Presbytery will be holdon at Lima, Lagrange Co. Indiana, on the first Wednesday of October, at 10 o'clock, A. M. P. W. WARRINER, St. clork. tTThe Synod of Michigan will hold its annu. 1 meeting at Whito Pi...

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 September 1836

CAPS ANI STOCKS. Men'. Silk Velvet, India Rubber and Cloth CAPS ; Boy's Cloth and Hair do., just received. Also, en essortemnt of Silk Velvet and Bom bazine STOCKS, have boen received, and are of fcrod at a siuull advanco for C ,sh. A. E. MASSEY &, CO., No. 10, Water.t. Constantino, June 29, 183G. ltf IT I ST RECEIVED and U for sain hv tlin uhanribars. Kfl 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey. 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, ' 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, . 4 do. Madeira Wine, 4 do. Sweet do. 10 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 10 do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do. 0 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Chamnaignc. W. T. HOUSE & CO. No. 7, Water street. Constantino, June 29, 1836. ltf COXSTANTINE & KALAMAZOO DAILY LINE OF STAGES. HUNT & AUSTIN, would respectfully inform the traveling public, thut they ara making arrangomonts and will bo r-aady to com. mence running thoir LINE OF STAGES DAILY, on or about the 10th of July, inhtmd of three times a week. They will leuve Con. stanti...

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 September 1836

VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, SEPTEMBER 28, I83G. NUMBER 13. V ? CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, . . rCBLUHED BY HIITNGEK Ac COWDEni', Every Wednraday Morning, at the stand formerly oo . cupled by MuJ. L J. L'lluiau, corner of Cunarli and Water streets. TtKM Two dollari per annum in advance, two dol lars and fifty tenia within the year, or three dollars at the expiration of the year. J""'? i TORAIGE, FOR. Hi WARDING & COM. MISSION BUSINESS. S Wilxis T. IIoijsb tt Co. beg IE B leave to inform the public that ftfciCW they have a larro and commo dious Ware IIoubo at Constantino, and uro pre pared to store una snip gooas 10 orucr. Advertising at the usual rates. CARRIAGE JTIAKIXG. O wninor one half of the Kocl Boat CONSTAN. TINE, they will be prepared to ship to any Ports on Lake Michigan, Lako Em or Lake On. tario, as the owners of freight may chooso. Uonstanline, June ltf WE REID & CO. VwmlJ respectful. Iy inform the citizens of Constantino and St. Joseph county, tha...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 September 1836

intuitively lurns lo that power, that 44 hath measured the waters in tho hollow of his hand, and weighed the hills in a balance." Impressions made on the mind, in ascend ing the Mississippi, receive additional forco, from tho contemplation of appearances at that place. The elevation ot the land, with its level surface, on to its source, arid over which it moves before it arrives at the prcci pice, seems to convey the idea, that its water wert once spread over an inmeasufablc ex tent of country, until, by some convulsion of the earth, an outlet, was formed for them the violent struggle subsiding in a tremu ,lous motion, and terminating in these irregu lar indulations. Their corresponding lea tures, on cither side, it is reasonable to con elude, were produced by these torrent waves, before they settled down to their iuiet course to tho ocean. Farewell St. Anthony ! I leave thee in tho holiness of thy beauty ; in the loveliness of thy grandeur. Hut 1 bear away with me the recollection ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 September 1836

bill hia intention to rival their feats, being not only a real sneezer to jump down the throat of a cataract, but an expert professor in the science of diving. But after all, unless somo bod y should countenance the follow by their presence and a little silver as ballast, there is not much probabili. tj he will over venture on this quick route to eternity! Every bod from the country were hero on Thursday, in shoals, thronging the streets, and bank of the river, on both sides, besides the citizens oa the roofs and steeples, to see the balloon go up with Mr. Lauriat. It was a spectacle of some interest, to see so gigantic a bladder, as long as a house, rising half the height of the Brick Church steeple, carrying up a basket, with a boy in it which seemed like a noblo spirited hor6o, ready for flight, if the ropes holding it had been cut. But, after a long, anxious waiting and gazing, full of expectation, the balloon lowered gradually down to its starting point, and the spectators move...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 28 September 1836

CAPS AND STOCKS. Men's Silk Velvet, India Rubber and Cloth CAPS ; Boy's Cloth iud Hair do., just received. Also, an assortomut of Silk Velvet and Bom buiino STOCKS, have boon receivod, and are of. ferod at a small advance for Cash. A. E. MASSEY it CO., No. 10, Wator-st. Constantme, June 29, 1836. ltf JUST RECEIVED and for salo by the subscribers, . 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, " 4 Cask of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do. Madeira Wine, 4 do. Sweet do. .. 10 Boxes Old Sherry iu Bottles, 16 do. Old Port do. 16 do. Old Madeira do. 6 do. Stoughton Bitters, . 8 do. Champaigno. W. T. HOUSE St CO. No. 7, Water street. Constantino, June 29, 1836. . ltf HEALTH. BAILEY'S CHEMICAL COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for purifying the blood, and removing all disease arising from injudicious uso of Mercury, exposures und imprudoncijs in life, Scrofula, Kings' Evil, White Swelling, disaasos of the liver and akin, constitutional weakness, chronic and nervous affection...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 5 October 1836

VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, OCTOBER 5, 1830. NUMBER 14. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, IMJNCER 4c COWDERT, Every Wednesday Morning, at the it and formerly oc cupied by MaJ. I. J. oilman, corner of Canarii and Water atreeta. Tum Two dollar per annum tn advance, twe dol lars and fifty eenta within the year, or three dollara at the expiration of the year. Advertising at the uiual ratea. CARRIAGE MAKING, TtTtrM, REID fc CO. would reepectful. V V ly inform the citizena of Const intina and St. Joseph county, that thy still c:rry on the CARRIAGE and WAGON Making business at their old stand, where they will be happy to at tend to all calls in their line. They have the best of workmen in thrir employ, and foel as. aured that they can and do turn out as good work as any other establishment of the kind in the western country. STAGE COACHES ropaind on short notice. JET Repairing .done chaap for cash and on hort notice. Their shop is No. 2, Mechanics' Row, Second street Constantino....

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 5 October 1836

SS32 Paddy and the Echo. " Patrick, v hero havo you been this hour or more ? You must not absent yourself without my per mission." . Ocli, niver moro will I do the like, sir." " Well, give an uccoutit of yourself, you seem out of breath." . ' v . " Fait the same I am sir : I niver was in such fear since I camo to Amcriky, I'll till ye nil about it, sir, when I get breath wocst again." " I heard yo tilling the gentlemen of tho wonderful hecho, sir, over m the woods.be hint the big hill. I thoeht by what yo said uv if, that it bate all tho echoes uv ould Ire land, sir; end so it docs by tho powers ! Well, I just run over to the place yo was tpeaking uv, to converse n bit with tho won derful creathur. So said I, fhillo, hillo, liil lo!' and sure enough the hecho said hillo, hillo, you noisy rascal !' " ' 44 1 thocht that was very quaro, sir ; and 1 said hillo, again." ' " Hillo, yourself,' said the hecho, 4you begun it first.' " 44 4 What the devil are you made uvl'said I." 44 4 Shut y...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 5 October 1836

' Tim . .K.J ' : i 1 5. it. 1 I I! it 1- 4 f ( MARRIED At New York, on the 15th inat., by the Rev. Dr. Brownlee, Marshal J. Bacon, Esq. of Detroit, to Balinda, daughter of. David Graham, Esq. of that city. ' At New York, on the 15th iost., by tlu Rav. Dr. Brownloe, Mr, Smith Malbonc Miles, mor. chant of Detroit, to Miss Nancy Lvcx Howard, of Batavia, N. Y. . In Borlin, Conn. by " William A. Stickney, on tho 8th inet., v A. Alcott, Esq., of Marshall, Cal'iour , Mich., to Miss Julia M. Bsckley, of Borlin, Conn, RETT (STORE & FRESH GOODS The subscriber has just received and is now receiving an cxtensivo assortment of English, French and American DRY GOODS, Hard, ware, Crockery and Glassware, Taints, Oils and Groceries, nil of which he offers for solo to the citizens of Constantino and vicinity on tho most reasonable terms. ALLEN GOODRIDGE. Constantino, Octobor 5, 1836. MATS. Just received, 2 casos low crown, ed broad brimmed drab satin Beaver Hats, and for sale by ALLEN GOODRIDGE. ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 5 October 1836

CAPS AND STOCKS. Men' Silk Velvet, Indit Rubber and Cloth CAPS; Boy's Cloth and Hair do., just received. Also, tin ssBortemnt of Silk Velvet and Bom basine STOCKS, have been received, and are of. fcred at a small advanco for C sh. A. E. MASSEY &. CO, No. 10, Water-st. Constantine, Juno 29, 1836. ' ltf TTUST RECEIVED and jf for sale by the aubacribera, 40 Bbls. Old Whiskey, 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Casks Port Wine, 4 do.' Madeira Wine, 4 do. Sweet do. 16 Boxes Old Sherry in Bottles, 16 do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do. 6 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Champaigne. W. T. HOUSE &. CO. No. 7, Water street. Conston'im, June 29, 1836. ltf EALTIL BAILEY'S CHEMICAL COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for purifying the blood, and removing all discuses arising from injudicious usa of Mercury, exposures nd imnrudencies in Ufa, Scroful i, Kings' Evil, Whito Swelling, diseases of tho liver and skin, constitutional weakness, chronio and nervous affecti...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 12 October 1836

1 ;i VI f lit f ! 'i VOLUME I. CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, OCTOBER 12, 1830. NUMBER 15, fpff ftp Itjftftfe ' 41 Wy f '-' '" "" ' " !! II I I t 'I, 1 'A It J' .'r I Lil 0! I;. J.' - a:- u A i ..'! ft : CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, s MSUSHSD BT . MUNCEn & COWDtnT, Krery Wednesday Mornlof, at the stand formerly oc cupied by MaJ. L J. Ullinaa, cornar of Canarls and Water atreeta. Tmm Two dollan per annum in advance, twe dol lars and fifty eenta within the year, or three dollara at Ike expiration of the year. Advertising at the usual rate. CAHMAGE 3XAKING. WIS. XIEID ','",0. would respectful, ly inform the . of Const intine and St. Joseph county, that t.ipy atill carry on the .CARRIAGE and WAGON Making buaincaa at their old atand, where they will be happy to at tend to all calls in their line. They have the beat of workmen in their employ, and foel as. urcd that they can and do turn out as good work M any other establishment of the kind iu the western country. 8TAGE COACHES repa...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 12 October 1836

and thirdly, to fill tho hole will finely pul verised, rich earth, not manure, shaking it in, in . small Quantities, and packing it closely, but gently about the roots, so as to leave them in their natural position in tho soil. Tho wholo Cxpcnso of this would not lo ibovo half the price of the ' tree, and in five vears it would bo three times tho size which it would bo if transplanted by tho common way of digging small holes and doing tho work hastily and imperfectly. -'. From the Ann Arbor Argus. PROCEEDINGS OF THE CONVENTION. . Mondav, Sept. 26, 183G. Tho delegates from the different counties of lie- state, elected tor tho purpose of deciding up rii the proposition of congress for tho admission of Michigan, assembled at tho court housa in this village nt 12 o'clock thin day. The convent ion wa9 tailed to ordor by the J Ion. A. E. Wing, and organized by appointing 'Wm. Draper, Esq. president, protein, and Dr. C. A. Jeffries, sccrctury, protein.. On motion, Gen. M. Davis was appoint...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 12 October 1836

On motion of Mr. Walker, : Reaolved, that a committee of three bo ap pointed in this senatorial district. ' Messrs. Lothrop, Aldcn and Lancaster were appointed said committee. On motion of Mr. Jackson, Resolved, that the proceedings of this conven. tion be' signed by the president and secretary, and published in the Democratic Republican newspapers in this district. Oft motion the convention adjourned tine die. EDWIN II. LATIIROP, President, GiUs. D. Smith, Secretary. IMPORTANT FROM THE SOUTH. ORDER No. 33. ItlAnJD CARTERS, ARMY OF TIIK SOUTH, JTH, ) uakegee, Ala., Bth, Sept. 1836. ( The Major General commanding has the satis, faction to announce to the Army the entire cos. ration of hostilities, and the movement westward of the principal part of the Creek Nation; He congratulates both Officers and Soldiers, on the complete success which has attended their opera, tioos throughout the campaign. Morethan2,500 hostile Indians, among them upwards of 700 war. riors, were captured by the ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 12 October 1836

CAPS AND STOCKS. Men's Silk Velvet, India llubbcr and Cloth CAPS ; Boy's Cloth and Hair do., just roceived. Also, an assortcmnt of Silk Velvet and Bom. baiins STOCKS, have been received, and aro of. fcrod at a small advanco for C tali. A. E. MASSEY Sl CO., No. 10, Wator-st. Constantino, June 29, 183C. ltf TTUST RECEIVED and ja 1 for aalo by the subscribers, 40 JBbls. Old Whiskey, . 4 Casks of Rum, 4 Pipes Brandy, 3 Pipes Holland Gin, 4 Cusks Port Wino, 4 do. Madeira Wine, , 4 do. Sweet do; 10 Boxes Old Sherry in Defies, 10 do. Old Port do. 10 do. Old Madeira do. 0 do. Stoughton Bitters, 8 do. Champaigne. W. T. HOUSE & CO. No. 7, Water straet. Constantino, June 29, 183C. ltf MEAETII. BAILEY'S CHEMICAL COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, for purifying the blood, and removing all discuses arising trom injudicious uso of Mercury, exposures and iinprudencbs in lifa, Scrofula, Kings Evil, White Swelling, diseases of tho liver and skin, constitutional woakness, chronic and nervous ...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 19 October 1836

9 4 VOLUME I. J CONSTANTINE, ST. JOSEPH CO. MICHIGAN, OCTOBER 10, 1830. NUMBER 10. CONSTANTINE REPUBLICAN, , VfBLUIICB ST . - wtntCEn A COWDEBY, Kverv Wednesday Morrflnr. at the at and formerly or- - capled by MaJ. I. J. I'llmaa, corner of Canaria and water streets. Tckm Two doltara ner annum in advance, twa dol lar a and fifty cents within the year, or tUrca dollars at toe expiration or tne year. 1 Advertising at the usual rates. FRUIT TREES FOR SALTB. EM. D RACING APPLES, PEARS, PLUMS, Peaches, Cherrbs, Gripeaand Currants. I have 170 kinds of cultivated apples Atc.of choice kinds. Tha most of my collections ara from the Albany and Lonc-Ishnd Nursories. I have cultivated trace from 1 to 5 yvrs old, and saveral thousand sooding trees from 3 to 8 years old. Any person who wishes to get a v:ry choica selection of fruit will do well to c ill and ex inline, us I think I can furnish them with as good kinds as can ba had in the country. Na rly ul my cultivated trees are I at my W re ry at...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Constantine republican. — 19 October 1836

We shall wait in painful suspence impatience on the tip-to; till our returning citizos bring us full intellig ence of the dark doods of lust night end of this morning.' v , We have just heurd that the Indians took S.J Eubank's horses, last night. ' Sr. Augustine, Spt. 15. C ;pt. Dummot's com piny arrived froui New. minsvilhon Friday night last. We understand that but f.w Indian's signs were soon on the rout), eith.r going or r. turning. The inhabitants gen .rally have bjensick; llum:n era, howuvcr, nor i he dthy than the woman and children. Sickn ss prevails among tho regular troops to gr j t d greo. At Garey's Forry thra are 150 on the sick r. port, out of less than 250 ; at Picol ita out of 8'J there are but one for duty, and at this post thr jo hospitus have been nllod with sick troops irorn the interior. Of one com piny of Unitjd St.tjs troops, who Wi.nt out to Nwnansville, but onu man has escaped sickness.- The Florida militia hava been mora healthy ; this is owine to their bei...

Publication Title: Constantine Republican
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