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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 2 July 1863

Ii -tl IC AN ff M ? i r. j . i VOL 7. NO. 35.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 2, 1863. WHOLE NO. 347, IB HI MV ) LLL' KU 114 U i . i iii. .. i .... i ,. i . , t '. 1 i .1 n l 1 fr. 0 -3 Sit lÜnniMirnu OFFICE. Over Per shlstgs' Drtig Store 4 ' I. MATTINGLY, ...... rUBUISHKK AN raOrBlETOB. ; fc ' 1 Term's of Subscription, mid in t lvance,... . ...... J.'.... $1,50 f M fter iti months .......j 3,00 At I'll eadoftht year...... .2,50 X pi?T lie)tlal aatilallarrearafraarrpaiJ, ,4 atla, pf ioM of taa pnVlUhcr. - - . TEH US OF ADVERTISING. Oai 1 1 tin of 123 oriels tart weck,ortett U0, 's 1 1 tt'.l nliairtion ii cents. Larger advertisement a ?r; rtioa. Lanthan halTamaretolcliarTdahal inr,o?frhiIfainrttbchrvd at a wholesijtiirt. 3 m'a. . Im'i. 1 iar. S 3.09 $ S.OO ,.V) f,Ml.r , s.iw a, m.oo T'r trt9, .00 9.00 . .Il.RO rir4inr., IS KOO , 12.0 rirtN -Mm, 8.0 lt.00 lfi.00 'T iirt ela-vat .1-1 17.WI rfvtf.:Vni. IV H.ft' i7.0 f,r.-r-r;htilnni. 3".0rt ' H.00 i.fX AtHIiii. 3.00 37.0 41,50 $ a.oo...

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 1863

-1 i'Si.l 1 - SJ 1 .Tails'- THE BEPUBLICAN. PLYJIOUTIIt IND., ' V .' Thursday, July 2, 1863. I. MATTING f A', Editor. The Editor of tbe Rei'Cblicax ranst have tome secret cane for Iiis hitler personal hatred of Mr. Packard. The course of that iheet in reference to Mr. Packard is nninaal, undignified and unpopular. The language and blackguard epithets applied to him, oil every poible occasion, must disgmt even the friend of the Republic a v. What argument i it le call a man a liar and a dirty-blackguard, lecane he advocates his political creed? ?Sone whatever, and our neighbor simply Hives expression to his hatred, for relief, vrben he does so. Mr. Packard, we presume, is indifferent as to the terms applied to him by any man, vrbo Tolnntarily sinks below the grade of a gentleman, and theeonrse taken by the Republican and certain abolition leaders about town who cannot bear to hear the truth boldly advocated instead of injur ing the object of their assanlt, has increas ed his populari...

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 1863

e THfi REPUBLICAN. LOSAIi DEPARTMENT. TriÜRSDAY, JULY 2, 18CB. XWe art iniatjUJ Id fcipt. Wel- confi Illce, for correct list of the casual- Um ia Co. C. 43th InJ. Reg:, which is tJobluhsd to dT. m m n llnxLTn OKDixistix. Th Trnsttöt bfj 11 yra oath hire adopted an Ordinance for tha prectrratiaa and protection of the public hoalth, which, as it ii of great im portance to tbVcttiiens of the place, we Intended to publish this week, hnt conld faot'llni rHtii for it. We will ecdearor ta find a place for it next week. JEy Excursion tickets from each eta ,lion so every other station on the line of ,ike fctUbQrgh, Frfrt Wayne & Chicago H&iiwajr, will be told on Julj 3d and 4th. 1803, good to return on JuTj Gth, at one J local fare for the ronnd trip. Lost. )n.the night of the Presbyterian 8. S. Annirerssrjr, either lü tb& Hall or ' ioraewhere on the Street, in Plymouth, a Gold Breast Pin nearly in the shape of a letter 8 with very small red setts. Any person finding sai l pin an...

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 1863

THE FEDER Ak AROT JIUU MRCLni - .-'.e-.Z 'i-.i t .. 5'J i' . ...r.i 1 ; i;Voica from the 21st Indiana Rcsi- -. , ment, - A , . ' ' I herewith semi, acaonlmg to orJer, w Copy of the resolutions referred to in a previous communication lo th Westcrh. 1 hare jnst retnrnetl from a vjsit, person ally, ta each and all of thy different de Uchments of onr regiment, where thej ave beort Tot;J upon, anl in all the ronn 1 ÄOtOCfl dissenting voica was beard. . Two tnen declined voting for them, tut would not rote against them; they were not op pSMed to the spirit of the resolutions, Lut the phraseology. ' J 7 '. T ; " ' Tbey were drawn np a long whi!eago, Vrct owing to the brokea aaJ scattered, con dition of tha regiment thej were delayed, hoping we conld, after a while, all get together and have a ronsing meeting for the Union. Disappointed in this they were al iast "carried round,' as above stated, and ercry-whero' voted icith a will. and with heartj'cheers for the resolutions, the Governor, a...

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 July 1863

;! BtlCAI i ; i PLYMOUTH, 'INDIANA," THURSDAY, JULY 9, 18C8. WHOLE NO. 34Ö4 VOL. 7. IVO 36.1 i r ! . 1 i I t f Ju, UjniMiran office; Over Pershing9 Drug Store il MATTINGLY, . r(7LIHKK AND raoralETOK. Terms of Subscription. n id i n I rance'f." .'.... .. 1 .$1 ,50 -f -iid after eix month,.... .....2.00 .'At the e nd o f the year,. . . .2.50 mm" .f !?r liootinuel until II rrrarf are paid, attoptr cf tti pabUsacr. t TERMS OF ADVERTISING. , " 0"Ttrf JWnMorl!, thr wc-k-,nrleP,$l,00, '" ,iMt-.ilirtioa 2j cent,. Largrr a4-rrtUfnnta pr Jjtorti--. ' than ttairasqnarc to brchrf dUaI aqtira.ovr r half iuar to bceharcd a a whole iqure. 3 m'a. m'. 9m : lm- Out) lTr. ' S X0 S .W 8 .-' nTi-ii. -v 11-SU; -. n-.. 7."W l'Ort 12..'ft Wirth .' 12,00 .1. TVr I t- 0. --9.M- 17,00 tt.tf v.'ivi-r. IkTO 2?. 2T.00 ytr-f.irth:.ln. S.0 .94.0O rtii iil tni. 3. .41,50 SS ."J ;" 1 . 80,00 A ; t! 'ther trn clrt will allowed twanty TWvatsoninil'ti.T!it adwrtlMmcntrofanjkiad, rill Sn Iart. t Wk rKnlar rate . . . .BU...

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. — 9 July 1863

TUE REPUBLICAN. C . j . ; - PI4Y.UOUTII, IND., Thursday, July 9, 1863. I. MATTI.VULY, Editor. . Kr - 1 SHoiiIoMS lews!; We publuh glonotw neyva to-day from Viksbnr:r. Helena. Tennecsce and: Penn- ylvania. ' Tita rebel must soon ground 1 . their arms aud submit lo the. Federal an tboiify." "Already our successes hare had the etfect to produce a considerable decline 'in gold. - Copperhead stock has declined considerably more than gold.. We beard out of the most blatant of the tribe con ¬ tend yesterday that he and his party were lojal to the core. A week ago he would not have stopped a. moment to convince any man that he was not a genuine Cop perhead. - As we go to press the guns are booming and loyal mea rvjoicing over the fall cf . .1 Vicksburg and the ; Federal .Victoriea . at Helena aud Gettysburg. The Copper beads hare all crawled into their holes and pulled them in after them. r : ; . 1Ü8 tiesponsiuiiuy setuea. - ; . We have : heretofore announced that Govenor Morton visited New...

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. — 9 July 1863

THEfßEPUBLICAN. LOL DEPARTMENT. THüaSDAY. JULY 9. 1833. Tue Coxtinextil Md.VriiLY tor July has irrlveJ. It is a verj interesting and reaJatl DiimUr. tT.. We hva on file a Trj Uieresting tory, written for the RcrcBiJfcAx, by Dr. J. t$. lloag, of Kuox, which will be pub lished as soon as we csn find room for it.- See James M. Dale' important announcement in another col ii tan. Mr. D. U a gentlimsn of reracity whose state ments tpay beirapliciUx relied on. 3T A beautiful Libert j Pole, over on? hncdred Teet lotlg, was raised by, the Uuion men of this place yesterday after 'noanat thelop of wbith ßoatrthB glort oas stars and stripes the flag of the free. PacACiuxa Notice. On next Sabbath. "12th iasL.Tat the M. E. Church. in thi place, at 10 J o'clock, a in'.. Rev.' TV E. Webb will deliver a discourse on the s . iiuuiuiimn j vi in iuui In the afternoon of the aifle dsy, at 4 o'clock,-he will deliver i .sermon at Ta bor's School Home on "The final destiny of the wicked." Harvest. The farm...

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. — 9 July 1863

TilE FEDER ALARMV TtllÜWPIIÄrj ...... .. . , m 'THe Soldier's Baby. A fctbv- w sleeping r - . mother was weeping. Pile virgil was keeping, t '. : For sliraher bid fled. ' Had news from the battle. Where death's camion rattle, O n-w from the b-aile! f t . "" lu father wai dc-Mi. JTa wifc Ulli wej.T;-. i . . Tbe baly is Ie-p:r. Good angels arv tee-püig Watch over it hvl. TuJOiii ! Lhow Sorrow, - ,- Ä OrKfe's woes to borrow, iluit lMtn some t-morruw. In father U dead. i r ; A rosebud in bed Was hiding iu hcaJ , Unthinking ot sorrow or care; 'As pure as tlie mow. Not Mushing to know. Is i wee t little boMm was bare! " 3. The following from that excellent Union journal, the Hancock JeHersonisp, hita those who have iL nvg.ro on the brain ö-well that we publish it entire: HW VAS BY ADDRESSES TOE SOLDIERS. "'At the meet in nr the manejere nv the gtnoowine Dimoerisy nv Ohio, coniuin nr tho immortle J. X. Free, the illustrious Yanlandignm, and myself, it was resolved toishooa address to the s...

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. — 16 July 1863

t t NT! .1 N 0 VOL. 7 NO; 37.1 PLYMOÜTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 10, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 349. MA1S1ÄLE COB REP ii ii ii i ii i i i 1 t i xi .- lqntlilifflu . V OFFICE, Over Pcrshings Drug Store. I. MATTINGLY, ' rotuiuik asd raorairrox. ;rorms of Subscription. Wid i a i Ivance,.'.. $1,50 f ni 1 tftersix month!,....' 2.00 Att ea-l fthe year, 2,50 MT f ?r Iientlane4 aatil all arrearage arr paid, ii at tha ptloa of tit pablUher. :" TEIlllS OF ADVERTISING. . lirf orient, tlire werkt, or lent, $1,00, I lUin lirtkn 2.1 eents. Larger adrerti.nn.Dt r ? jrtloa. ls tln half a tqnara ts . liarrr! hal mre.rttcr Haifa in:T tobechargcd aa wholrtqnarr. T m"- 'Km'.' 9m. 12 m. ?n;oS! 14.nO j lim' l!ro I SO.oo sa.W r n vr r ,r- a t iri, f ?' 1 1 iri, ri-ts i n, T ir 1 vl't-a. 5.00 S.IO 10.no . 9.00 7,'o lr0 12,K S,w 12.00 lfi.no fl.M X" 17.Ni Jt 'f : "a n i T'ir-fir.ln-aamn.24.nfl s.oo M.oo ma, . 2.oi S7.00 i iinti"! -rr tr-1re rceat will l madran tlic tih -) f r ."p--Ul Xoflc.. A ; i t 'b T cltlot will l...

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. — 16 July 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, IND. , Thursday, July 16, 1863. I. MATTIXRLY, Editor. Vlckslmrg and VictoryPeace Cob qiered ani the Union Restore! When General Grant, remarks the Philadelphia Inquirer, defeated Johnson and Pcmberton in five pitched battles, in aide of twelve days, and then encircled the city of Vicksburg with hi victorions bat tallions, we felt assured, and o declared, that he would not fail to strike the great overwhelming Uow &t 11 reqnired to crown Iiis trinmphant campaign with a glory brighter thin all the rest. It might be delayed, by the unparalleled strength of the It.) bei position, bat we felt assure 1 that he wonld never cease "moving against the enemy' woika" until he could thrill the loyal State with the glorious alliteration of Vicksburg an. I Victory." He has amply fulfilled the biilliant promise of the opining battles of his campaign. To the bright names which already illuminate the flags of hi noble army to Fort Donelson, and Shiloh, au 1 Port Gibson, ...

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 July 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. LOSA.L DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, JULY 16. 18C3. Casualties is Co. C. 20th I50. rtea. Tht following list of killed and wonnrl' ed in Co. C. 20th Ind.. at thef battls of Qtlfttifg, is obtained from a letter writ ten by Jonathan Morgan to bis stbef, in this plac, and U doobiless tellable: Killet' 1st Lient. . B. Robbin, pri YstV. John Trtrner. Jonas Ink. F. Yonng. an l V. W. Cretiston. WonndeJ Oen. Kilgore, James Pickerl. Frank Head. Jno Tenrod, Elihn Morris, Oliver Murphy Col.'. Wheeler wis also killed. JC37- A company trasr ied in this place on Friday afternoon and Saturday morn ing last, in answer to tho Governor call for. troops, torepel the rebel John Mor gan's raid into the State. The company left here Saturday afternoon, but were met at Wanatah with a despatch that they wer not needed, and, consequently, they returned on Sun-lay afternoon. - After the company reached Wanatah Satnrday afternon, they elected 0. II. P. Bailey Captain, G. I Cherry lt Lient., an 1 T. C. 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. — 16 July 1863

A Specimen of Deinocratic,X3yal. : rr-r ty. . - - -. John G. Davis has been airing his ua quiat onl again. He ia never easy unless ha ia ia hot watar. A the Irishman iajs, 'he i never corofortabla unless he is miserable." Ilia natural comlilion ia one of annoyance. He ia a sort of Democrat ic ianJ-flj. When ho can make anybody tnaJ. or aa.l. or bal. he is as happy aa his wretched natnre will allow him to be. The other day ho ma le & speech at a Democratic Convention in Parke county, and the tone of it will illustrate the spirit of the man. He is too contemptible a eoward to say what he wants to. and too base to aay what he onght to, and too malignant to allow anybody to feel better than h does himself, and hence lie di tributes the following mixture of aloes and assafuedita; I!e said nearly erery family is intcrest eT in the draft. When King Abraham sends for you, if you are the unlucky man you must g to war. You will have to join the army for" two years, unless sooner killed. S...

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 July 1863

.- ' t' ft . h' irwim ,Trtr a. ir j.ir ,ca rK:Trt;TX Jnii; r TT-'if ri:irh ir'T.Trts Ir' TPTlrA. . j -,f i i , , a . . .,- i ' ' , ., I, ,. : , 1 rrz: PLY3IOUTH, -Indiana; thursday;3 jüiiäs: 1863. VOTi. 7 IVO. 381 WHOLE NO. 310. ( .1 ! i ii ) i t OFFICE, ; ; ; Over Persuings Drug, Store. I. MATTINGLYV , rviLiiHii asd mortiiTOK. "fermg of Subscription. iiUia i lrance, ...$1,50 f nil tfter six months, 2,00 AttHtndofth year, 2,50 AT4T X .? r Mm ntjnrnH until all arrearages arc paid, a attua ptrn af tua pnbli.ber. ... TEKMS OF ADVERTISING. Oa juraof Ji)im orl, threa werki.orUai, Sl.OO, c" I tt vj nlimrtion 25 cnt. Larger a.lvrtl-mnt pr9?rti0tt. Lmthaa half aiwmaretobeclrRilthaI inr,f r h At a iinstr t becnargrd m a a baletiiarr, ; ' . " ' 3 m'. m . 3rara, S 3.oo .00 TtmpuiV Tarvnr. .'" Vir.T.ra. 7,o FM-tHoli-a, " t."0 T rl c.H un, - , 9.M . 13,00 nIf .. 22,00 T"r-f r M ?flmn, 2".0 t.0 L (l il. tVOO ' . 37.0O 9 m'. 1 2 wi'. $ ,50 10.00. 11.50 12,50 16.00 1T.00 2T.00 34.00 44,60 f ,0O 12,...

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 July 1863

THE REPUBLICAN: -PLYMOUTH; IJfD. , - v.: Thursdär. July 23 1 8 6 J. I. . JI.ITTI.XGLY, Editor. . - Copperhead Sentiment. . .i Crosh this cursed abolition drift into the Unit," said Andrews, the Copperhead orator 01 cooper insmate, one 01 the editors f th. leading Copperhead paper f Naw York, ihn World Ka fvland t1 ro-Iahorar of Fernanda Wnnil umI V.l. landigharo, and the leader of the New York ' riot. ' Having, remarks the Indiana Journ- , awiaiTU tu tu uiiuuri ui f uoia, tncilij or thirty negroes, by shooting:, turning. 'political integrity by these playful exbibi tiens, be retired to bis cnucb, and was re- poa'npin all fhc calmness of innocence in the arms of a nigger wench, when "the hireling of a r besotted and brutal' tyrant" arrested him, for simply expressing bis political opinions."." The Chicago Times declares it an "unconstitutional" and iTramiear.nrocec(linr to arrest a man J . j c - 7- who has incited and led men to commit a 1 hundred murders and destroy 81,000,000 worth...

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 July 1863

THE REPUBLICAN; LOO AL DEP ARTXIENT. THURSDAY. JULY 23. 1863. To oca Patross. Y .would take it ft preat faror if those of oar patrons who ar -fn arrears on subscription wonld tnakt-if. convenient to call soon and. pay tip. It. Ha bean lome time since we donned oar subscribers, and should not How if odr necessities were less argent. It is nnnocessary.-we hope, to aaj more. NatioxalThaxkscivixq Dir. The President hat isnti a proclamaiion re comwasdiBj-in. people to assemble to gether on Thnradajr, Aognst 6th, 1863, at their nual places of worship, for the purpose of offering np praise and; thanks-, giyjng to-A.lmighty.God for the specesa which-a a recently attended ' out armt. AH loyal men and women, hould, if. pos aible. obsenre the day as reeommonJed. Onr ' bruinesi men. we hope," will close their' houses," as they will; undoubted!, in other places. i 1 J" ' . " Fbost! The frost which fell here on Wednesday night of last week, we regret to bear.-ras sufficiently severe to destroy th...

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. — 23 July 1863

S1GJY OF THE One of the Lassest It THE ANGEL OF TUT DEPOT, ' - i .. , , ! t t A i i i WlfAT CAJIE Or A KISS. Tha . great Je pot nai crowded. The -th Regiment was about to leave for the silt of war; mn it wai known that the bTv .fellows wer, going tfhers frghtirg was inre to come. The cars had backed into the building, and. tha engine was shrinking impatiently. The regiment had filed into the depot, and," a the soldiers rested for few moments on their arms, fond. fronds gathered" Toamf them, and the words of parting were spoken. There were tears, and sobs, and Hessings; there wert wringing of hands and wringing of hearts. Wires were parting with hus bands, mothers were -parting with sob; sisters were bidding good bye to brothers; and fathers were speaking the last word of cantion ami caie. It wcs a season of pain fnl anxiety, for the departing ones , were going awäy with their lires in their hands, and the offering on tha battle altar might won bs .maJf. ; ..;. ! . n Corporal Walter ...

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. — 30 July 1863

gTfriir I li iTliffu Ti 1 NO VOL. 7. NO. 30.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 30, 1863, WHOLE NO, 311. 1RT ."IFfH A i ILiy JU IL J 1 AL ' - '- - - i i j. - ! - ( V ; a i J - - I J :--. OFFICE O vcr Per ah inga' Drtig Store. I. . ÄtATTINGLY, ' rtfSLlsrtsa aftb ftortitto. Torms of Subscription. ll ; n"i l vänee. ......... ... .$1,0 f i I fter six naath 2410 AttHs 8öl i fthe year,.... 250 4W ?r lUsintia til allarrxae arc paid. Ith ?:l of lh pablLhef. " ' TS Ulis OF ADVEItTlSlK. O nrfii9 jmtrl, three weeki.pr leia, $1,00, e'i Hi'ltali4rtiB25eMti. Larger adTartUementi pr.;xtia. i t-tkai kairaaoaratobsfcfcarKTeaalial ij ra, r hlf a qnarato beharjd asa wholeaqnare 3 m'. $ 3. S.no . 7.O0 8. to . f ..0 10.0O II. Ml 12..MI ta.OO 17.no .H.eo 41,5 ft fiar. ,wi 9. UO in, mi ll.no IV 5J.no ' ;.wi It.no 14.00 lS.nn IS.no lü.oo so.ro t .ir-'i .I. I tu; A0.ro - I liri-t frwnt.1e porcat wlllbe madron the (Vit. -Urr Hjcial ?fofi-e V a 'h r mt cW will K allowed twertt- -w frrMtrtu ti-iTt,Hit trertlei...

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. — 30 July 1863

THE REPUBLICAN: .-..L-Lillll X . PLYJIOUTII IND...: . Thursday, July 30,' 1863. I. MATTIXGLY,' Editor. 'Inciting Insurrection." la the last Democrat a 'communication appears over the aignature of "Conscript," evidently written by M. A. O. Packard, t it bears his ear-marks too plainly to admit of a doubt as to its origin, which is well calculated, whether designed or not by the author, to "incite insurrection," or resistance to tho draft. Like every thing that emanates from that source it is a tis sue of misrepresentation and base lies, in tended, we think, to arouse the passions of the rile and ignorant, for what purpose, recent erents in New York and other pla ces procrana too plain! to be misunder stood. Packard, alias "Conscript," asserts that there is "a general distrust and dissatis faction among conscripts a3 to the manner in which the matter has been conducted from the Grat until th? present time." This is false. There i do general dutrust or dissatisfaction, none whatever am...

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 July 1863

THE 'REPUBLICAN. iiOCAii department: THURSDAY, JULY SO, 1863. To ocr Patroxs. We would take ij a great favor if those of oar patrons who die in arrears on subscription wonld 'make it convenient to call soon and pay np. It has been some time sinco vre dunned oar subscribers, and should not now if our necessities were less urgent. It is nnnecessarjv wo hope, to say more. We were blessed with several fine showers of rain in this vicinity, on Friday night and Salarday last, which were much needed, but not near so much as in some other portions of the State from what onr exchanges say, especially in the region of Indianapolis, where the drouth is soscveie that the corn and potato crops threaten to bo a total failure. In Kosciusko we un derstand crops hare already suffered great ly for. want of rain. In Warsaw, last vreefcnear ; potatoes,1 we were informed, soil at 61 50 per bn., in conser-nenco of the drouth, and none to be had at that ex cept imported ones. Plymonth shipped fifty barrel...

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 July 1863

.1 OüR GRAIJDHöTIiEn'S TALE. r am & rerjr old !&J j. I hare vary often told my grandchildren tha story of how I topped the thief. And now ther beg me to writ it down, that they may read my story themselves. Whta'ltm dead-they wem? 'And o I writsit. Wtaa I was a litt! girl. I lived alone a an old c nintry firui-hoasa with my father. Yoar great grandmother died, an you have heard, when I was born, so I ws my father V only companion. Dear ly I lofed him, and tenderly ho talked to me .of all hi labors and 11 hi pleasures. At th tinia I write of I was just eleven years old; a merry, boisterous girl, with big. fearless je, and spirit of achieve ment that was always getting mo into mis chief. I could fill pages with my adven ture t, bat I know you only now wish for on. I must describe oar home. It was bnilt in the days of Dutch William by some one who had learned to luve the homes ol Holland. Thi dwelling house itself was nearly cube; a great cube of dark red bitck. The frontdoor o...

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