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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 2 October 1862

Tu- 1-4 i 1 : T 1 'Uil M I IT j j 0 J VOL: ,6. N0; .48. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1863. ? 1 WHOLE NO. 308. ?.3 ' T I," B 1 i - i 1 r: lit OFFICE, ' .... ';. vi ! , Atujiua.i oiuunuu aua.uaa.1 ciitkiu v 'T I ; MAT T INGLYi: . rciuiuxt and raorairrea, , iCerms. of Subscription'. f jlii d 1 n ad v anc e, v . . . . $ 1 .50 If p vld After six months,. .V...2.00 Atthe end ofthe year, 2,50 4TrV'lPF,'f,fB1 oBtilllarwkrgerpwl, TERMS OF ADVERTISING.. r 0 4 srf M r tkw wek, ,r 1, i 1.00, i-jU i utiiumerttea ti Larger adtrtiementt 0f fresh watecmen who can be sailed down (proportion. LrMtaaa kif aiaMttecWcr,hai Lju einergency for the nse'of1 the navy;1 I tr,.Tra.inr.tWch.rda.amfcoi.Tr.! . .icrtri: ti, wi tlpul - -xereised i in '. 6.00 ' .7, . . .m 9,nn t m'a. . lfl.nO 4 11, Ml ii,:.o 1G.0O S7.00 .tT,): 01 anTt i 7 T ir - r T'ire rr,' Fur -tir), r ,, YS" 1 nttmi, 5. no li.00 37.M o.io S2 firi'-fwthscolniaii, 2t.W ti Uith fwnty-flT prt will k ! tb " kfi ratet fr Special Noti. V -att...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 2 October 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. PXYMOUTIIj IND., Thursday, Oct.1 2, 1862. I. M .TTlXCLY,') J OHt 1. DRVOB, S J2.lt TU Union State-Ticket. For Secretary of Stale, " "WILLIAM A. PEELtE, of Delaware County. For Auditor of State i ALBERT LANCE, of Vigo Count j. 1 ' ' For Treasurer of State, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clark County. Fof Attorney General, . D. E. WILLIAMSON, of Putnam County. . For Superintendent of Public Instruction, j. I. MORRISON, of Washington County. For Supreme Court Reporter,' WILLIAM S.SMITH, of Altea Connty; . Union District Ticket. '. For Congress SCHUYLER COLFAX, of St. Joseph. For Prosecuting Attorney, DAVID T. PHILLIPS of Marshall. ' For District Attorney, ' WILLIAM ANDREWS of Lnporte. For Senator, Dr. N. SHERMAN of Marshall. For Representative, JAMES O. PARKS. Union Connty Ticket, Ft Auditor, . WILLIAM SHIRLEY. For Treasurer, f RUFUS HEWITT. ' ForSherUT, LUTHER JOHNSON. For Commissioner. Central District, ' JEPTIIA DISHER. Far Commissioner. Southern District. ! . -ISAAC N.MORRI...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 2 October 1862

THmEPüBiiiCÄi: LOCAL DEP ARTIIE1TT. THURSDAY. O CTO BE?. 2. 1832."" c:n JosEPfll. Vi kiudt "Will,, address the citizens of GroTcrln Pljmouth, Friday yÖci 2d, et 1 o'c!ock in the afternoon. Coma cut Md.hcarjhaoldPcrn - TU CoffT! A AS. ilo KTHLV TbU U decided ly the ablest and most Interesting magaxine pub lished ia Ac erica. The October number contain several very able articles od the war and the con. tiittoa of the country, from. the pens of some sJ our tnost eminent statesmen. It also contains nnm ber of highly interesting literary articles, written !n& rast acbobrt? style; TbeContiaeotaJ is evoted? to tW HiionaI eaesw- ana will ardent r Atl nnconditionallj njpjorUhe Union. The pa liticsl department In rurure'will be controlled 'bj lion, Robert J. Wplker and Frederick P. Stanton Gf Washington, D. C. Mr. Valker after erring in years as Senator and four rears as Secretary of the Treasury was succcdd in' the Senate by Jeffersoa Davis. Mr. Stanton served ten years in Congress." Mr,...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 2 October 1862

: ! THE FEDER At-ÄR a , . a a " ( Wscangetnp Work .. x' 1 ' ' ' On lh Shrtcit Kotitre, if !.r-'I Jit! Lite and Iaijfortint Tfnm Texas. Mr. Charles H. Miller hai arrived in New Yorlcfr3n Texa9, liavingQpJcaped thence to toe oarcjao Arinur, oaa oh k blockalim ßeet. J ' . . Mr. 31 iri mncli Intf recti's jjlsfor motion especially cout-eruin tho mit of Sib ley 'a esjeJitioii to New .Mexico. ' fcnou that fcibloy'a brigade, aitrr.a temporary nece-i-i at Valverde; (near Fort Crai,. hont 150 miles North of El Paso,) pas-sal Fort Craig, an-l captured Sarjta'Fe. Endeavoring to go on to Fort Cxvn, they were defeated, and compelled torelreat. They evacuated Sania-Ke. U-aiiftg their nek and woundeJ, and took the ?afk,tre1 to KllW TWof'threc eMail sknifcti o? oocurred, lnt afir repassing Fort Craig we have had no certain intelligence con cern in- them - 17 cy CiO O, Tozf In the vicinity of Fort Fillmore, SJhley was intercepted by troops frornCaliforriia; (Jeneral Canby witlv- the New Mexican troop...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 9 October 1862

BMCAi VOL. 6. NO. 49. PLYMOUTH, INDIAiYA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1862. WHOLE NO. 309. iu: ?;: ' OFFICE. fcIcarfflJSTMbelween ADIMIXD JEFFERSON, ' : I. J MATTINGLY, rcausuta and raorairroa. .forms of Subscription. f paid in advance $1.50 If paid after six months,... ..... 2,00 AUhe end o f the year, .2,50 ppr JlxroctinueJ until all arrearagt-a rrid, attaaoptioa of tb publisher. .TERMS OP ADVERTISING, a e ir of t-29 bm or tan, tbrt week, or teta, $ 1 ,PO, WWvl UtioaalinerUoo 25 cOts.. Largtr adrertisemeata la araportio. Leaatkan fcalf aqAra tobcbarged abnl a,aarewrr half a l.i; ra b charged as aw bole square. 3 m"a. 6 m. Im'i. 12m'i. On- ufian, ' S $ 5,00 f i.W) $ a,nf ,TriirM, &.H) ,00 10,00 12.0 Thr s sirr,. a,UO ,00 11, AO 14. OO rTiitre, - 7.oo 7; lo,oo 14,50 lft.oo rmthrolamn, 8.00 12,00 1VM l$,t TUIr 1 Titian, 9.00 13,00 17.00 lfl.00 Jf virXnt, - I VO 22.1 7.rt .SA. TJr?-tir:hacolaiaa,20,w 2,90 ..34.ro s.oo rjaaolama, , . JVO , 37,130 ,50 50,00 Aa vttttioa artwentr-flre percen...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 9 October 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. - FXYMOUTII, IND,i- Thursday, Oct. 9, 1862. .1. M ITTIXGLT, ) ri,ltrt JO US D. DEVOB, ( -tail-iiv i ., - - " i ' - . Union State Ticket. For Secretary of State, WILLIAM A. PEELLE, of Delaware County. For Aiitr of Slate, ' . ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo Countj. Far Tremturrr of State, ' JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clark County. ' - For Attorney General, DELANA E. WILLIAMSON, of Putnam Co. For StperintenJent of. Public Instruction, JOHN I. MORRISON, of Washington Count. For Supreme Covrt Reporter WILLIAM S. SMITH, of Allen Countj. Union District Ticket. For Confreas9 SCHUYLER COLFAX, of St. Joseph. For Proeeutinj Attorney, DAVID T. rillLLIPS of Mjrshall. For District Attorney, WILLIAM ANDREW of Laporte. For Senator, - .. N Eil EM I A II SHERMAN, of Marshall. For Repretcntatite, ' JAMES 0. PARKS, of Marshall. Union County Ticket. . . ., For Auditor, - ' ' WILLIAM C. SHIRLEY. For Treasurer, ' RITUS HEWETT. Fer Sheriff, ' LUTHER JOHNSON. 1 ' Fmr Crmrniniotter,fld District, : . . JEPT...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 9 October 1862

THEIEEPÜBLICAN. LOOAIi DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. OCTOBER 9, 1862." D. 7. Phillips and John D. Bevor, Wi.1 address tlieir fellow-citizens, on tbe Usueiof the present canvass, at the followtcj times and places: Iat7C5d,'Center Township, Friday eve ning, October 10th, at 7 o'clock. Jasiziin'i jCctool , ; House, Center Towcship, Saturday evening, October 11th, tt 7 o'clock. GrC7CTtOTJ3 Starke Conntr, October lSthvt 7, o'clock, Monday evening. . The Branch of the Bank of the State Whirh was closed at this place some time sines. Jsaboct to he re-opened; the stock having been purchased by men of capital who will not borrrow all the money them sdTts." ,Tbe name of the principal pro ptietot o the stock in this branch is Mr. Stonghton A. -Fletcher, of Indianapolis, brother. of Calvin Fletcher, Esq., of that city. He is said tQ be not only a man. of wealth but of sterling worth. The affairs of the Bra'nch here will be under the su pervision and control of Mr. II. P. Hoi brook, whose integrity and ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 9 October 1862

ncCIellan'3 Ilaport on the Late . : BatUes. Near Sarp3bcro, Sept. 29, 1862. To Maj. Gen. li. W. XfLeck: I have the honor to report the follow- tig is ao nie of the results of the battles 0 South Mountain n-l Auttetam: .At South Mountain onr loss was 443 dead. 1.S60 wounded, and 76 missing: to tal, z.olo. At Antietam onr Joss was 2.010 killed. 9.416 wounded, and 1,044 missing: total 12,409. Total loss in two battles, 14,794. The loss of the rebels in the two battles. as near as can be ascertained, from their data will not fall short of the following stiraate: Major Dayis, Assistant inspector gener al, who superintended the burial of the dead, reports about 3,000 rebels buried on the field of Antietam by our troops. Pre t!ou3 to this, however, the rebels had bur led man y of their own dead upon a dis tant portion of the battlefield, which they occupied after the battle, probably at least 500. ; The loss of the rebels at Sonth Moun tain cannot be ascertained with accuracy, but as our t...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 16 October 1862

!! r ? " ' 7 T M f I i r ! s Ho - VOL. 6. NO. 50. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1862. WHOLE NO. 310 ElPIIBLiei " 1 ' S : i ! ). ; Uli. UpMifnu , OFFICE tfC2Iffl.tS?.,betveeA ADiKSASD JEFFERSON I. MATTINGLY, rcsusuea A.fp rsoraicvoa. - - '. ferms of Subscription! f p aid ia d ranee, $1,50 If paid after aix,montha,. 2.00 At tha tod of the year 2' , atta fioa f ttia poMl.hrr. I TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 0aia.rof220mrlr, Urewwk,wltM, 1,00, ach 1 lit ional insertion 23 ci-nt. Larger adTertiteMeatt I a roportioa. Lea than half a aqnara to b charged aal f aar, half a aqnare to be charged aaawhoUiqnare. tw s Im'i. I 3,oa s.on 6, nf 7, 'W ,00 ,0 w'i. D adnata. Ta ara Tarai 4-jra, fr ia ri, -trth emlina, tttft.1-an. I 5,00 8,M) 9,00 10,00 12,00 13, 22.00 2,no 37.00 10,00 12.no j 11.50 12.S0 1G.00 17.00 27,00 .14.00 44,50 da eHnn, . tV,W avrtf.,r Special Xotw,. . ; a mtsiath4r twn ndciti- win b liowd twenty. j n-rc-atcmmUton.bninoivertWMetit.ofmnjkiBd,' .. . mii&h.i. t,. I Will b la...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 16 October 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. " JMA'JIQIZTIJ. IXD.., Thursday, Oct, 16,1862. J II I I). DEYOK, Editors. : THE SPIRIT OF DEII0CRÄ.G7. The spirit of ruffianism anil law-defy- 1 " a..! a a a a,, am . MliMliiiAa a I T ? t aI n this place last 1ies(ajr evening, when it was known that the Democratic ticket was successful tlironghoat the county, wis cer tainly eery humiliating to all that class of , citizens wüo lore morality and good or der. "Die rabble portion of tho party con gregaletl in the streets, and, led by. the aaccessful candidates, reeled aronnd. stag gering, shrieking and groining in the most horrid tone., making the night hideous with their bacchanalian revelries. The newly elected officers went through the crowd embracing each , and erery voter which they came across, hogging, bowling and kissing each other in the wildest of mandlin enthusiasm.' Oer newly elected Representative, we are informed, was seen . With tier fhir.la nf ti l.r'm f ! V - - www. w w w. . - . B9 . 0 ..... . v. u off, ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 16 October 1862

IIoedaadM Cer fa nv flottere. THE'EEPÜBUGAK . - - . - - ....... .. - - . JLQOAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER IG. 1862. Returned Home. We hid the pleasure Of taking our joong frieml, Sergeant For est M. Wright, of the 20th. by the hand on Friday, last. lie was severely wound ed in tk battles on the Chickahominy, fend wti taken to the Brooklyn, N. Y.J CltfTloipltaX, where he lay for some time in a precarious condition," Int. finally Ire covered sufficiently to enable him to return houe. Although very mach disabled by 'hi wounds, three in number, Lii nnraeron friad-will be glad to learn that be i ttherwie in tolerably good health. Mr. Wright i a brave and competent young tnan and deserves to be promoted to tome position in the army that his physical con tlttiooT trill enable him to filL. v v V v Tub ri-BLic Ciorsrrrtiv.We would loggest to our Corporation authorities that small appropriation . for the .purpose of cutting down the wild grata and bathes in the town Cemetery, and sowing i...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 16 October 1862

. Got. Horton's Washington Speech. "FniEXD9 axd Fellow-Citizeks: I have retnrnej to the capital, after an absence of nearly eight taonths. Daring that time events of the greatest importance have been transpiring. In that space of time lunch history ha Leen written, soma ol . m .... wuica u pleasant ana some ol winch is LitUr. We hae won victories and ufJVr- eJ disaster, and per bap what yon woulJ like to know to-night of me, is the condi tion of public sentiment iu the West. Now, iu regard to the prosecution of this war, I can tell you that these . disasters which we Lave suffered, and tbe protrac , tkl of the vrar, bare only the effect thro uut the Weit to intensity and deepen the determination of the people that this re bellion cball bo crushed. Applause. We bare suffered no despondency ia heart -"That's so" onr troops everywhere hare behaved with the most distinguished and coupicuoas gallantry. We have the coast applause) and therefore we most and will conquer. Loud appKase.J Man...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 23 October 1862

WHOLE NO. 311. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1862. VOL. 6. NO. 51 Wkt gUjm&litan . OFFICE, IICJISH ST.,t etweea 1D11S ISD JEFFERSON I. CUTTINGLY. roiuiHti iso raoratzfoa. rerm8 of Subscription. t ntA in lJrinrr ................ .$1 0 If pud After sit months 2.00 Attn end oflhe year, " W ppr4icotinood ntil 11 rirgo rc paid, Atta option of tlpuUiber. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 0 a 1 1 r f 9 or Im, thrM wki, r let! , f 1 ,00, 4 litloaal cemt. Lrjxr jTrrtieneiit la proportion. lMtanliidf Atquar tob charged if da1 04 r, r half a Knar to bc harped at a whoW nr. v- - 3 . 6m'a. In'i. Ii. 3aa-ar. IJ.W 5,00 fs.so $S,0O Tii.iir, . 6.00 S,00 10.00 1.00 TAr, M-jr. . 9.00 11.50 14.00 rir ira, t."" n,w ,. . ... rnrtkcot, S.OO 12,00 1S.OO 18.00 Ttlrloli!, .00 "."0 ".00 lO.flO Htlf :!. 1S.OO 21.00 JT.OO 3O.0O Tr-ftr:hevt am a, to, 00 M.OO 34.no an.oo .elfU, 11,00 37,00 44,50 60,00 la tlUton af tw-atT-flTprcat wIllbeMadf ob tfc ,av rM fr 9pei-il Kotier. 4fataiath-r town aad cltl will b Howi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 23 October 1862

THE REPUBLICAN. 7' f PLYMOUTH, IXU , Thursday, Oct. 23, 1862. I. 31 1 TT I KG LT, fT.7 Vote of nintii District The fullowirg are the majorities (by ruail) in the 9th Indian district all offi cial except Pulaki: Col fax. Tnrrie. 56 Benton, CSS, Fulton. Jasper, u. Lap rte. Marshall. Miatni, Newton. Porter. Ptila.ki. St. Joseph, 8tark, White, 299 202 252 527 353 455 249 tie 2SJ 354 140 137 85 1.541 1.831 Colfax's majority, 200 The Net Result. The net result of the October elections is that the Republicans and war Democrats have carried Pennsylvania and Iowa, not withstanding the enormon? (Train of patri ot to the army, and tho Democrats have carried Ohio ad Indiana. We had hoped for a better result in tho two latter States, tut when we contemplate the fact fhown by the rote of the Iowa soldiers in camp, thot nine out of every ten men in the army sroM vote tho Union ticket, if permitted fa vote at all, we" must admit that the re turns ara as favorable as could have been expected. The De...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 23 October 1862

THß. REPUBLICAN; f V' - .; i,; .. L03A.L DSPARTMENT. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23. 1862. Oloss or TBS Voujms. One nnmbfr taore will complete the 6th Yolume of the 'ReHjbucax.' and a short settlements make lorn Iriend. to y nothing abor.t bar necessities, which are great, we trust that ell w hö ere jet In arrears for the p re lent anil previous years, will make it con venient to tall and nettle before the close tf the volnmq. Those who ilo sj will not be chargod more than the advance rates. l)ur books are always ported. We lesigri in futnie, as in the pait, to tievote all Our time ami talent to onr pa- st. and with the assistance of onr talent ed associate, think we can fafelr promise "oar patrons that the "Repi-blicai' will be "ra ore accent alle visitor to their firrVt' the ensning jear than ever before. We here fore, not only sölicit a 'Ctihtihiranrt of the auf port of those whose names are now on, our subscription lkt, but hoje to add the name of, every good Union man in the county. It i...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 23 October 1862

L lunch of Xnj&ör XtoiV-6la The iron-els! En!on baMefy Montank was launched at Greenpoint, near New Yorlc. ji Thnrsiia morning, where she fcas been for some nwijth in the conrs uf contrnctum. ttnd-n-She imeiKifijVt-H wn of CaptairrßgPVThIontauk i 203 f.et Ion forty-five feet wide. and ne&rlr thirteen feet tloep." It U very near th dimensions of ail thö other Monitors. Unnsnal care, however, ha been bestowed pon.th construction of this vessel. ?i Her plites were critical It examinel in every in stance, an I it U believed that the most rsreful scrnnity coaM not discover a flaw in them. There is only one turret on board the Montank. and its dimensions are twenty-one feet intide and eleven inches thick. It 11 in this turret that the battery of the vesael i placed, and it revolves in inch a manner that shots ean l fireI at any point of the compa. within a few seconds of ach other. The turret is cup 1 ahaped. nd on th very t'p.oLit there u a pilot hona, well gnarIel with iron, whi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 30 October 1862

- " I , BMC VOL. 6. NO. 52. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 30, 18G2. WHOLE NO. 312. AN mm KBPÜ r OFFICE, CIC3ISH ST.,1elwc(g IDIMSISD JEFFEESON I. MATTINGLY, rffiLicHKK aüo raorairroa. iferms of Subscription. ... i If VÜ ?f 'eVsu'mon;;;;:;:;:;::. -sloo Attae cad ofthe year, 2,50 r p.par iicjntiBued until diarrearat arc raid, ! atthaoptioa af taa pnWihr. j TSnS OP ADVERTISING. n itrr2?9a rr, thre wttki.or $l,0O :aliitbolinvrtha 25 cents. Larger a.lTrrtifcmmti m profrxkom. th biraquarellcliarrrdLal , a r, rr half a inr to bcbarpt-d a a hol qnare . , . 3 m'. 6 m's. , trn s. aa1r. S 3.o $ ,H f ? ir & ."" l.tN YHr-nt, ." ".so rMfiatrfli. 7,00 1V0 lt,w rrtu cj.ai, a.a 12.ix ir,oo TilrK-oliraa, ." ll.no 1T.OO n arcM n, iv Tfvf.nrthsjwlnma,l.W) 2.WI 3.f0 cimi, iV 37.00 4t,;0 in.M). 1 m ii.on l.no j so.no ; so m ! .a allition f ImatT-llr percent will b 4'a tha abava rates fr Special X'tlce. A i!! ath-r mt9 an.l e!tiHi will Ke allowed twenty II lent eomml9l-,lnt i-lirtifiii'Bt,fj Ha...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 30 October 1862

THE REPUBLICAN: PLYMOUTH, IND., Thursday, Oct. 30, 1862. I. M ITTISGLT, EJIIi ' Nintä Congressional District. The follovfirg U tha official vote by majorities in this Congressional district: Colfax. Turrie. at. Joseph, Luporte, Porter, Lake. Ja per, Denton, Xcrton. Maninil, Fulton, Cas., Miami. Pulaski. Stark. White, 354 S5S 2S4 527 2M C5 tie .450 202 293 204 145 13G 81 ; 1.C16 1.847 Co'fax's rnajoiity, . 231 Ninth Judicial Circuit. The following is the vote by majorities, for Circuit Prosecutor in the 0th Judicial Circuit: . , Conntie. ßt. Josepl, La Porte, Torter, Lake. Marshall,. Starke, Fnlton, FulaskL Phillips. 320 -: -331-.- V.. , 216 ; BraJlejr. 453 130 200 221 1.305: 331 1,015 Phillips maj. No Disposition .to Compromise. Daring the recent political canvass great weight was given by Democratic speakers to the assertion that the Republican dele gat'on in Congress, at the breaking out of rebellion, refused to' exhibit any dispoki tion to meet the rebels in a spirit of friend ly...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 30 October 1862

THET mwmwm LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. OCTOBER SO. 1862. Close or the Volume. This nnmber completes the 6th volnme of tha RercBU cas. an"! we hope the fact will remind those who are yet in arrears that it is a proper time to aettle oj. We need what is due tu rery much, and urgently request all who possibly, can to call and etile without delay, lo thoso wno uave paiairraayaiu-t: we return oar lincere thanks, and trast it may be convenient for them to do the tatue for the 7th rolnme. ' . a- - - 8oLDias Aid Sociktt. The ladies of riymonth, composing the Soldiers Aid Society, propose giving a Snpper at Cor WtC Hall on the evening of the 6ttt of $o vemberfor the pnr poser of raisiag"1nean to bny material to make" clothes 'for onr aick and neely Sold ier; who harafieriletl their liven for lb preservation of the Gov ernment. 'wOf conrsc every true patriot will ' -strain a point.to attend and ,tu us aid a no lle cause. The price of the' SnppWwlmh -will consist of dainties, relishes; and ome...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 30 October 1862

Western Anecdote. ' v Jivlge W , who recently retamcil from a tonr in the Wet. relate an anec dote illustrating tha horrors to which trav elers ia that region are expose!. In bis ps.Ta to one of the nrera be fell in with atalkativa Uly and gentleman, to whom ha was relating some of his sufferings from mnsqnitoes. Ilasbau said" the UJy to llio gentle mn. owning to that title, "yon had better teSI the ntl em an about tho man we met in Iowa." The hint was sufficient, and" the liailtsd proceolo-I t state that, in their travels far tfvr west, they made the acquaintance of a talwart, rolicsora western hoosier, one of thi?nui whi conM "whip hi weight in wildcats." hut who possessed a fan 1 of qui et humor. On on occasion they stopped at one of the hotel in tlw interior, not of the most inviting appearance. They were shown i ito their rooms, the booster at one on I, an I tho U ly and gintlemati at tha other, of a Ion: ball. Ahont midnight tho drowsy conpla vrens startled by the report of fi...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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