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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 4 June 1857

EPUBLIC 1 N 0 & National Hcpnblicnu Nctvspnpcv.- EDcuotcb to Constitutional ibcttti, llnton, auö tucrn true interest of tlje Couutrn. VOPILi. -0L.1 NS. SJI1 MTY R ß I 1 i t" A M IE REP lllffi I Published every Thursday Morning, . . BY I.' JIATT1AGLY. If paid in ndTncc, JI" .After the expiration of.three months, - . 2,00 JU the end of the year, 2,59 of? 'A&rarllainsi ; One iu- (tcnllncs 1cm.) Uirre "L: t lew. ne dollar; each additional in.-crtun under three month, twentr-hre cents. Boain Car d, not exceeding fire lines inserted twelve months for fire dollars. Longer adrcrtiscmcnU, by- the year, inserted at the customary rate. - Tbc '-ßcötibilenn U (Dffiu. il We hare added over two hundred dollars worth 'T' 71. wtHirwiiw rn. '.7 -' r'V feel prepared to execute, on ahort notice, all kindjol i -5, , T-T . VfA . v-tvr -. 1'JLaAlll JlU. Job Printing, Cither in Dronze or Color. THOSE IVA NTINU Pamphlets Jluincs and IIa J BUM Visiting Cards Catalogues, Bill Heads ' labels Hat Tips i...

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. — 4 June 1857

TiiETiErüBncÄirs ßx&Q ! to vote t!u Republican ticket, and exert his rTlJ: tafj . i . t1 - . . . . . i &Z--Fr .rr - iiintliicnca on that side, -previous to the last -.s v -r m - ---T M - -. 1 1 Thnrdny JiorMinr, '" - Jane 4, 1851V Jiorc' .Tampering .with the ISccords! y. ill DU Tili: IICAVI IN II LACK!! ! II L BOJ I :S ,:! OCR UV raOCEESSlC... j wUolJr irresi)OUsil!(J person!, or most prob ' Bvtcferen-o' to'the last Marshall Coun'y j ably some Democrat who had represents ßcmwi, itwiirWseeuUmt. the, Liquor himself ,to Ml O'IIaiiry as aRepnbtican,- OrdUm-e ha been materiajly alteroa.siucc p its futpublicatioa rathat bhect;.and this too without tfr; least' shadow of authority. o"r atVast in the? most 1y an :1 ttrirptUlous j inannjr.- r Why 7 was not . this alteration niado- lolvJiy and ii the regular way ? " W 'should like to knoW by whom and by wliat jutliority thochango waa nadc. It Seina' to W that We have fallen upon ex traordinary times indeed, when such things cui bs' doe...

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. — 4 June 1857

(--in . it V i ill t i It t r : 1 n I- i 'it 1 I: I 4 1 i 4 i A ion has been bora to the' Emptror 6t Russia, -f i ( ?? ' J. r: i s I . A Russian expedition is to be despatch ed to China with special envoy. The Morning Post authoritatively con tradicts the rumor of an intended resigna tion of Lord Panmüre, Minister of "War. ' The Sardinian Government intends send ing tTO vessels of rar tö China. The Emperor and Empress of " Austria had been received vrv rnll 1- ir had rn rcccivea yeTy coolly bj the Hun- garuns at l esthe.. - , . . i , . , Lord Elgin proceeded w ithout delay from Alexandria to. Suez, where he found a Mftft, to conve, W to. pore, where he would await the arrival of a . va vviuiai'vai, Vhe'Consnintrr Triil. Tt li ' l f ! n rr. i ii In the result of the Conspiracy Tnal, all last week pending in the Recorder's Court, none arc disappointed, except perhaps tlie villains whose Vase has been under consul- oration, ihey, for a lomr tim?, accustom- etl to set law at defiance, t...

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. — 4 June 1857

" a' ;--,-,-. i Oj. JlAri 1 i i r. 1'IX THINK OP. Til EE. TU think of thee when morning light,- - - In roseate beams burst o'er the sea; I J And when the stars make evening bright, Still,Ted cne, 111 think of thee. k' When flowers hang down their heads In sleep. And sonj is hushed in erery tree ' Th moon doth all 11 her vigila keep Bo I will watch and think of thee. -. T . . .... " And should a tear mj eyelids stain. With all hard fata hath dealt to me, - MemVy will breathe thy ice again, And smiles will come with thoaghta of thee. För thotx art not the star whose ray ' Alone shines forth from ahadow free! ' ' Tha rainbow in life V weary - war, ; ; To chaer me on I find in thee. Farewell! whra w from care thou art, A 3d pleasure's charms forgotten be. Girt ota kind thought to him whose heart la veal or wo still clings to thee. And shonTd I ne'er behold thee more, . Until life's wtary years are gone. Meat me on heaven's hallowed shore . Where brighter jo ji may o'er us da n. - .THE O...

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. — 11 June 1857

, 5 , ARSE A NTY REPUBLIC A N. " V 21 National Bcpubltcau Newspaper. ,)cuotci) to Constitutional Xibatn, Huion, anb eucrn tine interest of tlje Couutrn. V C VflML. 1.1 - . ,1 - i if if lit IV A. l. I t v. ! .4 S w Tf 1. ) s 11 0 V J9 L A- i 0 THE REPUBLICAN Is Published erery Thursday Morning BY I. MATTING LY. t)3re ob est ?iJe 3Tthlf.n strtc, rirth f Adiais. If paid in adYance, - - - - - - - After the expiration of three month?, - 2,00 At the end of the rear, 2,50 Oae square (ten lines or les,) three insertions, or less, one dollar; each additional insertion under three month, twentr-tire cenü. Boiinej Cards, not exceeding five Hues inserted twelve mnt'uj for fire dollar. the custom irr rate. Jie ef)t(bliei) )ob Office. We hire of Job Type feel prepared PL. Job Printing, Either in Kronc or Colors. THOSE WANTIXÖ n-ixinesj and Yisttin .fard, Dill Ileal-, Pamphlet, Haid BUN Catalogues, Isabels, Hat Tip, c. rr X V H tT.ir I V ÜU .lA:WIjJ,"h ALNG o, t?Jia Fretaiat ,Sai th . tivcrn jl j ...

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. — 11 June 1857

But he mittut a 3 well try to orth, he fdt Vettern .llrrchauti. TI Y,Ti KP1 R J iC 1 X ! J:Th. ths Li2uor Or. preparatory to admis haj, JIUL 1J.U.. : aVnf whkh vc referred to iu our last a free and fioverei, ssion into the . Union U The State aud . Federal authorities ia I.. 4 'SM created little or no surprise. It sccni3 to ! j have been nothing more than was expected. ! 1 ae ouly sarpnsa appears to be that it was ereign State Uhio have corua in conflict, growing out of i Gen. Cass arrived here to-day. He is in ! thousand Walkers make them. Th Dctroit, Juno 0. Territorial- enactment?, nor conld forty j and infamoiwcoJe of Slave Laws "that LOCAL SHATTERS. Jt no arrest of some persons charged with 8 1 health, aud expects to remain here 81i1inrrrnn.trvrUvAA.. n-L-Ar SOIUe HUlC Tlnra was a smash up of tin freight train shall and his possa, (in (Ireen Co.) arrest on the Pittsburgh, Ft. Wnyna an I Chicago el tho parties, and then tin crowd arretted K. R., soma plaea between hera aal Fort ...

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. — 11 June 1857

1 3 5 I ! 'V 1 a ' i ! .1 UU - vi. i !' IV. i Hi Ys'A V i 4 . Mi f 'A T, I' r 4 prennUe! to transcend, ia th-j inUrcst anil t piquant character of its development.?, all that has transpired on the previous investi-1 gations. Property- to the amount of from 100,000 to 6150,000 iVJepenJeiit on tho , issue of this suit. If Mrs. Cnnnigham es- ; tablisliM her marriage, she becomes enti-! 1,1 a . (,;..! f :. i :r . she is in the position in which ladies like to be who love their Lords, arvl r up aates satistactoulv, s'uj will tret the 1 whole An immense; number of witnesses wnl be examined, both on behalf of tha blool relations ofMrs. Cunni'iam, whom tha delicate scruples of the I)itrict Attorn - cy did not allow to be pro Ineed on the mnrder trial. Although it is to be pre - t;Te:t the legal verdict alrealr-iven.it will a?sist the puolia m their conclusion as to thj giiilt or ino?eaej of tli3 parlies." lll'f arnn T t -I ) tf lw : Au:::: B1 P 7 ...4. yspepra, or any Uieane arising fi-om a...

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. — 11 June 1857

,OCtiCJ) . ,I . THE II L'S HANDILY'. S STESll va. Eirth, of can thc bounteous mother, Fee&J him still with corn and wine; He who bet would ai J a brother, Shares wi:!hla thoso ifu iv!:ve- Many a power within hcrbcs;. Noiseless, hidden, works beneath, Hence ar; s?ed aal leaf, and blossom, Uoluen ear aud clustered wreath. These ta swell ia strength and beauty, Is the royal task of man; Mm'i a king, hLr throne is dty. Since his work cn earth began. Bud and harvest, bloom and vintage. These, like mui, are fruits of earth; Stamped ia clay, a heavenly mintage, All from d-jit receive their birth. Bom and mill, and wine-vat treasures, Earthly goods for -earthly lrc3; These arc nature's ancient pleasures, These her child from her derives. What the drcan, but Tain rebelling,. . If from earth we sought to flee? Tis our stored and ample dwelling, Ti from it the sky we fee. "Wind end fro, and hour and season Land and water, sun and shade. Work with these, as bids thy reason For thy work thy ...

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. — 18 June 1857

a 'Mi -4- J. J-L-dLL-d V V 1 1 I ii i i i . i ii VW J- i -ai JLL u uv u J u vi y u y u A a l M VO V Natiounl ttcpubltcau .Ncrospapcr. .JElcuolctJ to Constitutional ibct Union, auo mxn tvuc Jntcvcst of tljc Countvii, 11 , . ,'- M " " ' -" " " - "'" 1 ' "" - - , , . tmm : im , . , - , , . , . . . . . -m ! f - ! ; t u. f it i il t i . 1 l r t i i : ; r I THE REPUBLICAN I Published every Thursday Morninsr, BY I. MATTIXGLY. t)Jicxa nest sit!f Mlthtean strrft, north cf Ad.inK. If paid in advance, - - - - - - $1,1)0 . .Atter Üie expiration of three months 2,00 At the end of the Tear, 20 Ci - . 1 " . 1 . i . ...a nB toss; one dollar ;, e.ich additional insertion under .oliree tuzxhp tweuty-fire cents. JitL-moJ Garib. not exceeding fivelincs inserted twelve rnonthi for five dollars.' - Longer advertisements, br the tear, inserted at' the cuitmary rate. . ,IIc piWcqi 5ob Office. We hare added over two liunlrod dollars worth .rf T,.! T-rw alnna t IIP nfTl.'O r.fflltl V. Mild 1IOW f.-el prepare...

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. — 18 June 1857

THE 'B EPH BLICAK h ! 5rrr;iovT2r, iNii. Tbnri.-If .lis rain - - J;ii:c IS, 1S3T. ' 1" ' Kalarsrrmeat. -l -Vc enlarge onr "p iper in length to-ilay nearly two intlies, which enables us to give between two or threo columns more reading in.if.ter every vveck than we did before. paper in Northern Indiana, except the Ft. Vayne Times,' and. one or two others, per haps, at Lafayette. . Although onr present subscription does ' not justify tho increased expeaditnrc this enlargement render? necessary, we autici- j pate a largefiucrcase m our list, and ulti- maielv. we bore, it will pa v. Theeitizsns of Jlarshali, Democrats as well ns Rcpnb- licans, arf too intelligent and puHIe spirit- j ; fttvs trust, not to appreciate our efforts to j fanikh them . a ' good . nenspoper, iudepen- : Other orements will be made a soon j as -rr patronage will justify.' We intend ' the Rr.rrii-icvv to be an exponent, in ap 'pearanec at lea?!, of the growth and ad vancement of the count v. , y. Ueruoziazy vs. Ba...

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. — 18 June 1857

The Fourth of July. This glorious day the anniversy of American Independence will goon be Lore, and if anything is to be done to im press on the minds of the young and rising generation its great importance, there is no time to lo.se. We should like to see a good old fashioned celebration, in which the people, irrespective of party, could u nite, and rejoice together in friendship and union, over the greatness an 1 prosperity of our beloved country. We hear a good deal tlnring election times on both sides, about patriotism, devotion to the Union, Jcc. Now is the proper time for all to demon strate ho-v much of such stock they have on band. Let there be no hanirins back. Put tli3 ball in motion. Get uo a call for a mooting to make suitable arrangements for the celebration, and get the signature of every citizen of tlie town and vicinity. The thing then will begin to move, and the work will be more than half done. Two or three active young men will certainly volunteer to obtain signat...

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. — 18 June 1857

- , , From the Metri-his, Tenu- Appeal. . HIE TlillEE SWtKTEST TO?.L5 OF-KAETH CUiHOTZiEni home, Xm iiEuex. " ,; ' V O vv!";ct knoivn and latest UpI! . Fair an;rcl, "thou dost stand' G Jirding the bo .intern is eastern gate Of life's yonng goklen land; I I'ershadowiiig with thy win-; of Peace 1T.C sacred walks of home ; . !c following ever, wheresoever ' Thy pile rim-child doth roam; '. . .Thou of the heart aid brow inspired Where earthly lores are dim, Aal passion .-mouldering and spent, Thy spirit s'uines on hiin. II nie of the heart our early home Whortiu out. feet have strayed, Still wave above us the green trees- Beneath whose leaves we played, The Widows linger on the sill ; To the fl lgMoues cling the moss; Still laughs the bubbling brook we laid The mimic bridge across. Before the door the children sport, The brothers brave and good, And Hit among the groves and bocm - A happy sisterhood. O themo of promise ad of bop?, ; Onr aative land on h?,h Amid the warring clash of this...

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. — 25 June 1857

JL ; " a ;-hcrn n a ti t nn'mnn Trir'imTinnr nvn a RvT -. SV National Republican Newspaper.. EDcrjotct) to (Honstitntionnl Xibcttn, Union, nuö cucin tine interest of tije Comitni, VCD IL. 11.1 KfuV 34 4 ! if I i 4 :4 1 I - ( - !:.. J CS u.y- -J 1 1 THE REPUBLICAI Ii Published every Thursday 3Iornin?, 11 V I. ATTING LY. OiUff ea wet side Zfflrhian stmt, north er Adams. If paid in advance, ------- 1.50 After the expiration of three taontlis - 2,00 .At the end of the year, - - - - 2,50 0ne f wre tcti lines or lcss,) three insertion., or less, one dollar; rich additional insertion under three inont'i, twentv-fire cents. Diwim-sj Circle, not exceeding five lines inserted welre months for five dollars. Longer ajlTertJsemcntj, by the year, inserted at she customary rates. We have aUed over two hundred dollars worth of Job Type, alone, to our office recently, and now .feci prepared to execxte, on short notice, II kiuds of PLAIN AND FANCY Job Printing, 'Either in Rronzc or Colors. THOSE -WAN...

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. — 25 June 1857

TUE "REPUBLICAN. I. n.lTTIRMT'- - - - Editor. ' . rLY3JOITiI, IND.. " , - - Jrme 2, 1S7. Democratic IIeit3aca Liir The rebellious position assumed by May or AVooJ, of N. Y., against the State laws hai causexl bloodshed, and the party is re sponsible for the murders. The Xew York papers of Wednesday week are crowded with the detail of the war, which we have mv pa?; to publish to-day. The follow Eumimry from the Tribuns contains a statc maat of th j fa?ts, aboat which there is no dispute. Tire pipers of allsiJes acknowl- Jg3 that the case is as here stated, thongh they iliüf.v, According to their party pro clivities, a to the criminality of the May or conduct. We ask the people of Indi ana to look at these facts, and judge of the party of which ench facts can be truly re lated: "Yesterday a regularly authorized officer presented himself at the Mayor's of fice with the warrant of the Superior Court for the arrest of the Mayor. Py the or ders ofthat individual he was forcibly ex pelled,...

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. — 25 June 1857

tt V l A V! 1 1 U. M H. . 1 -9 ' 1 v V . A We iarite the attention of stich of our readers s hare not paid their subscrip tions , to our published terms, on the first page. In all cases,, we expect & strict compliance with them. Unless payment is made within three months we shall expect 82, in every instance, and $2,50 if not paid before the expiration of tha year. AVe hope every one will avail himself of the advance payment. JZgr "S V po3t"c il c Tusion shall appear next week. "E. H's shall appear also. Jf Thoscpersons who pay for their papers in advance are generally easier to please than such as niglcct this important duty. If you ever hear a person complain ing about the ininteresting character of a paper, there are ten chances to one that he lias not paid for it. lie is really dissatis fied with himwlf, but imagines that it is ths editor or paper he is displeased with. Half Price. The Cincinnati, Peru and Chicago and Southern Michigan and Northern In diana Rail Road have ag...

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. — 25 June 1857

T'TjM'rSeciifti)!). ' Hay.ird Taylor in Northern Europe. -...... ' trciPENT or Tar: nsTiRv jovkxev iriBirs . or the KRTiierns- sivcies. ISN oVoVRA," I.V NoaRLAND,' l'l. ft, 1S57. We, lk: If apiran It on the f )th ult. After tin Arctic Avoathsr loscri!;! iu my hx-it, tlii tcmj?ralui-'j ros3 smVle.iTy to ii'J clcre-'s-bolow- zero. We vrerc h tppv an'i jolly at ttinu: falrl 7 starte i for Stockholm at last; &ni having "such mi! J (!) weather to travel ia. Tha lillercncc in our sensa tion wah remarkable. Wc coul l boMly bare onr faxs ani look about us; our feet kept .wann ami glowing, and we felt no m?re the haanloui chill ami torpor of the piece Jsllng lays. On the second stapj the Winter road crossed an arm of the Both nian Gulf. The path was well marked out with fir-trees a pretty avenue, four or five miles in length, over the broad, white plain. ' On the way we saw an eruption of the ice, which had been violently thrown tip by tho coruinel air. Masses three feet thick and solid ...

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. — 2 July 1857

Hand Bill Vititin srd, liowever. But t atalozncs Bill Ifead, I La--N. HatTiJkr.1"1110- Rli .L-i abT .. a 41 vaiv-i J illMl IL I 'Ml I . 11 ill TA.,,.. 1 -w ies Studie 1, 01 mpjiicotmw. the Storni 1 MARSHALL COUNTY REPUBLICAN. actional ftqmbitctm Xctnqnper ütlcpotcö to Constitutional tibcvtn, Uniou. auö cocvn tine 3nterfst of the Couutrn. VOL,. 1.1 THE REITBLK U 1 Pahlished every Thursday Xnrnine;, BY I. mattin; ly. Office m est dee M!r hurtn street, north of Adam. If paid in advance, $1.50 After the expiration of three mouth, 2,00 At th end of the year, 2,30 PLYMOUTH, mIAIA, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 185V. THE REPUBLICAN. I YO. 35 I. H 4TTI.YOLY, - - - - Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. - i EiT .Some of our Democratic friends, remarks the Cory don Argus, are sorely ptttsled how tu understand matters in tlie Thursday .Morniuvr. One square (Wu lines or leas,) three insertion, or leas, one dollar ; each additional insertion ander three months twontv-five cents. Businesj Cards, not exceedm five lines ins...

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 July 1857

THE REPUBLICAN. vrt; "Alt I. ItlATTIXGaTT, - - - -Editor. riA'jjouTii, ixd. Tknrdny Jlornin?, - - July 2, 1S37. Kxtrn Session. The Indianapolis Journal of the 27th tilt., says that it U reported that Gov. Wil lanl has conclnded to call an extra session of the Legislature some time thLj summer or fall. . Welsvrr never i:a ritj ether idea than" that he would' do tlris the first so tor interval he enjoyed. At first he tho't Tie would' mute polltfc;! capital by senuing the fnmates of (he Deaf and Dumb, Blind and Insane Asylums home, but finding the flame didn't work exactly as ho expected he begins to crawfish it. It is true he has gome fears about the repeal of the Bank charter in the event of a called session, but las concluded to risk it rather than en counter a greater evil. There is no doubt much feeling in the Wright wing of the Democracy against the Bank, which seems to bo widening and deepening every day. But the question with the Governor iswill delay better the matter? The Fre...

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 July 1857

V r 1 Ii' 1 1 ; A) I i i I k r . V i 6. ' 1 S 2 x J?r?g:iis?tih 37" Sc 5th column "on this page for "Latest Intelligence" 5T "Odid" shall have a place in our columns next weefc. , A basket of the finest, largest Strawberries, of the Hovcy variety, taste fully decorated with beautiful flowers and sprigs of evergreen, was handed to in the other day, accompanied by tho following note: . Ma. M.vrnxciLY: Believing that few or none ar better entitled to the courtesy and esteem of the public than tho faithful and tmtiring Editors of Republican Journals of the present dav, you arc ilesircu to accept the accompanying basket of Strawberries as a token to that effect from a reader of your valuablo paper. EMILY J. HAND. ' A thousand thanks arc due our fair young friend for her rare an 1 acceptable present, as well as for the undeserved compliment contained in tho above. We shall endeav or to retain her esteem by a faithful dis- charga of tho responsible duties wc have assumed. Such evidences of...

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. — 2 July 1857

Bayard Taylor in Northern Europe. RETURN" TO STOCKHOLM CON CLUDING REMARKS ABOUT THE NORTH. Srvcs.uoorr Feb. 1857, Oa leaving Onsk, wo experience! con sllsrabla dlay on a?connt of t!u storm. Ti roais were drifts 'to stu-ii an extent that even the plows coaihl not Ic forced thrortglr in many place, and the peasants were obliged to work with their broad wooden spader. Tlo fcky, hoover, was wholly clear, ani a pare day-1 ight blue, such as we had not seen fur two months. Tha sun rode high in the firmament, Iiki a strong, h:althy sun again, with some warmth in its beams, as they Mruck our faces, and the air was all mildness and calm. It was heavenly, after our Arctic lifo. The country too boldly undulating, with- ar-forested hills, green and warm in the sunshine, and mild, picturesque val leys sunk between, shining in their cover ing of snow, charmed us completely. A gamwesawthe soft blue of the distant ranges, as they melted away behind each other, suggesting space, and light and warmt...

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