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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 6 August 1863

. . S ai -1. Ii qnr, S 3.00 3 5.00 V.irtire, 7,' 1V0 V.,-ti -.im, MO It!. TMM-wItm;-' """9.P0. 1VW T,r,r.ir h :olmn.,M S'.OO 2", S7.00 HA Ii I N 0 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. AUGUST 0, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 311, VOL. 7 IVO. ff1 IM TY TPTV 71 "rT"h 'ITT TTh IT TTTI A Tl K H K . brV , ü.. N 1 r OFFICE. Orer Persuings Drug Store. ' I. MATTIXGLY, rviLisiiKs axö norni-TOft. Terms of Subscription. tiMia .lfnee,.... $1.50 f iii.l fter sis months,.... ...2,00i At .Y3 end of the year,.... ...........3,50 ma- ;ii7-r llevtiiiwl nntil all Arrearage are paU', i Ith intlonof thapublUher. , ; T SUMS OF ADVERTISING. nr.ofiOemrleM,treawa,ortei,Sl,oo, c't I U:i.a"lirtio 2.j ceats. Larger ajv.rtinrwentf prj?irtion. Le.stliaa ualfatquaretolechr;dhl 1 ire. Ter hilf 'in.ir? t IwcHarrtrl a a wholf qrj.nr. m'. f .r.o, in.no 11. o 12.50 1Ü.00 17.00 7. on S4.no 44,60 2 m. S .00 12.00 14. r . If., no 15. no l!.no 30,00 3,00 ! 50,00 (hir f-ir iwial Notion. ' A;V'n 'hr tm and citla will be allowed twctitr ht it :.it...

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. — 6 August 1863

j THE REPUBLICAN. rm . PLYMOUTH, I PTD. , Thursday, August 6, 1863. I. M.TTINJLY. Editor, i , VICTORY ! VICTORY ! I jTJehold, new slorie sildjour Tin;! TkZmmmr a n r tIaa m sTVnsm Iff rr a 'va Irr. lYhile"areener laurels round It twine, Xa thi proud. honr of victory! GLORIOUS NEWS. The result of the election ia Kentuckv, oa Monday last, is glorious. Wickliffo, for whom every copperhead ia Indiana would vote without hesitation, is defeated By 20.000 majority, and several of the members of Congress elect are supporters of the Administration. Thii settles the question in regard to the eompleotion of a majority of the lower bunch of tha next Congress. Huzza for old Kentucky! She nas given the Copperheads of Indiana the most stunning blow tbey bars jet receiv ed. TTninn f?nnTrpnfihti W VW.A 7WV4 VM wAAB Hie Union men of Marshall County, wlio are in favor of prosecuting the war nniil the rebels lay down their arms and submit unconditionally to the power and emthority of the National Gover...

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. — 6 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. AUGUST 6, 1863. To ouft Patrons. V would take ij m a great faror if those of onr patrons who art in arrears on subscription wonlJ make it conrcnicnt to call soon and pay tip. It has been sosio tinit siact w daanel oar subscribers, nJ should not bow if oar necessities were lest urgent. It is mnecessaryY we nope, to caj more. KT Col. J. P.C. Shank, ex-member of Congress from tba lllh Indiana District, lad a member of Gen. Fremonts' Staff, Will address the people of Marshall county at the Conrt House in Fljmoath, on SA TURD A r, Aujust 8, 18G3. Col. Shanks is an able speaker and ihmld receive a cordial greeting from the true hearted lojal men of Marshall. He is still in the service of the count rj, bat tling for the prarervatioa of the Union. Come ont ail jon who love yjnr country, and hear this champion of freedom. 37 There will be ssrtices at the Preabyterian an 1 Metholist Churches to. tlaj,. at 1 JJ-o'clock a. m. jt2T This is the National...

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. — 6 August 1863

THE FEDER AL ARMY TfllUMPEJAOT;! Ill I)e ötoru teller. JOB MILLER'S REVENGE. CoU bittcrij coM! Tha few Uta clinging leave that jet hung, like crini3on jewel, on tha trees, seemed absolutely to thuJJar in tha bleak gusts of tviml, ami the sky was all hrouded in driving-lacks of inky clondi. Talk of the heights of Greenland", or tho icy borei of Labrador r maintain that it was qnito cold eaoagb for all reasonalle purpose, in the drear fastnesse of thoo desolate Vermont bill upon the December night! All alona npon one of those hillsides. ostle J tba lomestea l of Job Miller, al most sugting the quaint idea that it bad been vranulering in search of some compan ion farm-home, a cd sat down among the pine forests, in very weariness and despair. It was a low-eaved building guiltless of paint, bat stained with the winds and rains of half a century, with a broad stona in front, and a creaking well-sweep lifting op its guant arm in the rear ami Job Miller had dwtlt thire, in toiling poverty, ...

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. — 13 August 1863

A. tT2 10 VOL. 7 NO. 41.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 313. ÄÄ-K SH A jL Ij BEP TTh ir TTCi a ii f ii 1 i OFFICE. Oriii Pershins&JDrus Store. I. MATTINGIiY, " ruiLiim and moriiETO. Terrris of Subscription. ptUin viranec V'$L'nÜ f iihl ifier six months 2,00 At the end of the year, 2,50 ?t?Jr ll.ontiauad until all arrearaja are paid, ii attaasptUn of thpBbUbT. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. :1trf2J9 Tie, three weeks, or leaa, $1,00, eHIIUIaIirtio 23 cent. Larjrer advertisements prtortioB. Loss than aairaaqoara tob charged athal ir,er alfaqrtobchrjei iitwhoUiqurf. 3 m a. S 3 oo 5.00 ,oo T.00 g.tKJ 9.0 1V 6wT i. S 9m's. 12m'a S .5o 10,00 11.50 li,50 l.o 17,oo 27,00 34.00 44,50 I 8.00 12.nO 14,00 15.no ia,no I9,no 30.00 3,r0 60.00 ,00 10.00 12,00 i.o 2S.00 S7.00 TalrteolTiron, rtvirea'a-nn. hra-f '- "lamn, naa e-ilitma. 23,K An iHttion of twontv-nra percent will be madeon the .Vara ratef-r Social Jfotlcei. i-ntiB otUrr lwn and eitle will be allowed twenty jT?tJntnin...

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. — 13 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. r, .... -PLYMOUTH, IND., Thursday , Aug. 131 863. I, MATTIXGLY, Editon- Union Convention VTbft. Union men of Marshall County, - who M8 ia faror of prosecuting the war until the rebels Iaj dorrn their aims anil " svalimit soccnditienally to the- power ami tatliority of tie National Governnunt, aro recjneatei to meet in Convention, in Ply mouth, ; On Saturday. August 22, 1863; at 1' o'clock, p, m., lor tho purpose of nominating candidates . for CleTfc, Com missioner, Surveyor, and Xsnd Appraiser. Tha several townships can meet pre vi oas to tht time and appoint delegate, or VH lUKI fit UIUtC 1U llj UUUtU, UU IUSL - Each township will te entitled to one ... - a it. ft a? . a - . P.J i ut for Liacola it tin Presidential else- vnram in i iia . 1 ra run r inn mp ouarv rnn vrtrao . Every loyal nan in the county is ear at try nestly invited to attend and bring his fam- iiy wiiii mm. ,;iiUdnj win oemaueto oo tahr speattre troittabroaJ, which, if suc cessful, will be announced...

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. — 13 August 1863

TEE -REPUBLIC AN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 13. 1SGS. To OCR Patkosis. Wo woalJ take i as ft great favor if those of oar patrons who aren arrears on subscription wonld oak it convenient to call soon and pay sp. It -ha been soma, time . sinca we danned our. subscribers, and sbonld not no if our necessities were less urgent. It is unnecessary, we hope, to aay more. Tha Circuit Conrt of this county. has been in session here .bis week, Judge Osbarn presiding. The dockst is quite light this term, wo anvlerstanJ. Frank Daws, foruasrly of this place. hat who belonged to a Wisconsin regi ment, was killed soma time ago, wa learn, in tha vicinity of Yicksburg. Pehsüxal. Col. Gleason, of tho 87tli, was in this place on Monday and Tuesday last, on business. He expects to return to his regiment in a faw.days. .Unless our friends who are in ar rears for subscription pay np soon we will hara to end out a collector. We cannot run ouVestablisumaat these times without moner. ' . The- letter ...

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. — 13 August 1863

tl)e Storn teller, j ' DUTY AND KINDNESS. There was an anjjrj frown on the conn saaance; of Deaeoa Jonas Browning. Tüer vrer tears in the sad fact of hit wife. ball bo sent to sea," said Deacon Browning sternly. Thera was a pleading look in tba eyes of Mrs. Browning, ai.sha lifted them to tbe iron face of bar busband. Bat no wovds passed her lips. "lie shall be sent to tea. . It is my last hope." " " "Philip U very yonng, Jonas," said Mrs. Browning." "Xot too jounj for evil, and therefore not foo young for discipline needed to erad icate the evil. IIa shall go to sea. Capt. Ellis ailj in the Fanny Williams next Monday.' I will call oa him this very day. Isn't the Fanny William a whaler?" The lips of Mr. Browning quivered and her voice had a choking sound. "Yea," was firmly answered. "I wonldn't send him away in a whaler, Jonas. Remember he i very young, not thirteen until April. "Young or old, Mary, he hau got to go," said the stern old deacon, who was a be liever in the gospel of t...

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. — 20 August 1863

LADER & NTY REP MARS A (Pi!) 0 x 1 ill JJJ JiJ 1 N 0 VOL. 7. NO. 42.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 18C3. WHOLE NO. 354. v ! i 1 J 1 J f- OFFICE, Over Persuings Drug Store, I. MATTINGLY, rVIUIHIl AMD FftO f KI ETO K ; Terms of Subscription. titdia vlvance .' $1.50 T 1 After six months, 2.00 Atthe end ofthe year, ..2,50 : tptr Uciit!nnft antll all arrearage ar paid, wii attajptlenof thapablUber. TERJISOFADTERTISIKG. . it rfiimor1ei, three weki,otlei, V; 1 1 litlaaal tartioB 23 cent. Larger adrartiaeBMnta pr;rtioa. Lessttan half a square to techs rgrdaihal re,Teroirlnrtobchrged aholeqnare. 3 m. m'. " m'. 2m'i. ;)ae at?!, . S 3,00 xav ii tra. 5.00 'Tar- iiini S.00 I 5,00 $ M0 S S.no s,o 9. no in, w 12,00 12.00 37,0 in,oo II. SO 12.A 16,00 17,00 S7.00 34.00 44,50 M.no is. on is.no 19.00 Veir imr.a T,ot rirtHeonia, 8.00 TMrlcotu-an, Xht-ftrthiiVlnmii, 20.no 3Ä.OO 60,00 t 1 llttta rtnty-Br percent wm ntatti e,Se rate tat f pcUl Xotiree. .V t tVi A . tkr towns and cltlea will...

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. — 20 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. aaaa 4 PLYMOUTH, IND Thursday, Äug. !20, 1863. I. MATTINGLY, Editor. Union Convention, The Union men of Marshall County, who- re in faror of prosecuting the war until the relels lay down their arms 'an J submit uncon3itionally to the power and Authority of the National Government, are requested to meet ia Convention in Fly montb. On Saturday, August 22, 18G3. tt 1 o'clock, p. m., lor the purpose of fcotainating candidates for Clerk, Coin Bjiisioner, Surveyor, and Land Appraiser The aeveral townships can meet previ ous to that time and appoint delegate., or can meet en matse iu Plymouth, cn that day. , Each township will le entitled to one vöte in the Convention, for every ten votes cast for Lincoln at the Presidential else tion. Every loyal man in the county ia ear nestly invited to attend and bring hi. fam ily with him. By Order, QMral Committee. . . - a ' Union County Convention. We have the pleasuro of announcing that Hon. ANDREW ANDERSON", Of South Band, a leader...

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. — 20 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. LOpAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. AUGUST 20. 1863. Correction. Iq noticing Jha resigna tion of Cpt. Amt Johnson, Co. D, 9th lad., last wwk, w surmised that Lieut. Whinjton Kell j would be promoted to thsCsptaincj of the company. Lieut. Kellj was sometime so promoted to Re gimental Qttrteriuaster,. when 21 Lieut. David B. Creviston was promoted to 1st Liaot, aad Sergeant Georg Wilbur bs am 21 Lieut. Should the two Utter b promoted, as is anticipated, Serg't Daniel B. Armstrong will become 2d Lient. probably. Sergeant A. was tererelj wounded at the battle of Stone Hirer, and fcas only recently returned to hi regiment. , C3T "Is Co piil blind?" asks a fair cor respondent. Certainly not. Oar compos itor, however, persisted in making us say o last week, although we wrote "loTe" instead of blind," as plainly as we could, and als marked it ia the proof. . To. Advertisers. Several advertise tsants intended for this number are omit ted Ucoasequence of the indisposition of our princ...

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. — 20 August 1863

I V Jan. 30 PERSHING it CO. t:I)c 0torn teller. AN-inPORTANT LESS017 -FOR THE HARRIED. "TRIFLES." The ringing of the doorbell has a plea sant sound to ins, especiallj in mj idle moods. Like n unopened letter, there is mystery about it, and ona waits with "a pleasurable excitement to see who or what is eeminij. Returning home o tie day, earlier than usual, I found my wife had gone out, and while lounging idly over the paper, the bell ran. - . I waited, expectant, till Bridget appear ed with a note, containing a request from myoid friend, Dr. Stearns, ta ride ont to his residence in the country, the next 'day, to transact some business that had been long pending, and an invitation to bring my wife and spend the day. I was pleased. First, because I wanted lhebnsiness completed, and secondly, be cause I thought I needed a day's recrea tion. But the next morning everything seem ed to go wrong. Alice coold not accom pany me, and I could not get off as early as I wished, and consequently I...

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. — 27 August 1863

REPUBLICAI PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27, 1863. WHOLE NO. 355. I, VOL. 7 NO. 43.1 ; i S MAES A I j L nan V - J VI 17.11 Ii i . 1 1 1 5 lie gUpliiifa . OFFICE. 47?cr PerhigJ Drug Store. I. MATTINGLY, fUBLISUEA AND FKOrBllTOK. forms of Subscription. lil n leanee. . t fter six months,.... $1.50! 20; . end ofthe year,. A-w, Uentinc4 antil all arrearages are paid, - I Ik tin af tha pablUlser. T K It US OP ADVERTISING. i-irr 2Jmor th r wek,arlr.f, fl.oo, -i I liiilirtio 25 cent. Larger drertiemrntf ..- rirtion. Ithan hilfaiiitiartobflar:!hal , . .-..Trrhalfa.qnaratoWcharg-Ml Mholinrf. 3m'. Sin's. Sm. 12m'. $ 3.00 $ 5.K $ f-,M $8.00 ,. ,.!., 5.09 S.nn ln.oo 12,oo ?ft--. 7,' lo,no 12..V is.no ? . .rtS.-Minw, S.0 lS.nO 1,00 l,Of VTl-.Mllli, . 1 17' 'n0 .'vn n-i, lVo i.or 27,oo 30.00 ir ht :oInmn. 20.00 S.O0 34.00 3.00 q olin, t,0 S7.0O 44,5 SO.oo ,Uto if w.ifT-Sr jwreeiit will be niadraa the S- :fr Sp-fUl Notice. V ; "t: -h-r Imrm and ritlwni h allowed twentr--r ;!it "ftTinlwirtn.kn...

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. — 27 August 1863

: AK t PCY.HOUTIX, IM). . Thursday, Aug. 27, 1863. ' "TT 3 f I. -MATTIXfiLY, Editor, The News. ; . ; Owing to the space occupied by the pro ceed ings of tbe Mass Meeting of the Yar Democracy, at Indianapolis, &nl tlie ac count of tli sacking auJ burning of Law- . fence, Kansas, by Guerillas, wa are ne- , icessarily com polled to sum np tbe war !i newi this week vny briefly. The "intelligence from Ctfarlestsn is of tbe most important cbaracter. The last accounts from there, which were np toMon- TM MUß ITC , day last, sny that Foil Snmpter is a hesp of rums, ami the presumption is that it : ' lias anrrtrulereJ ere this, as a rebel dis- patch dated Charleston, Angust 23, say: , .; Oa Saturday, C04 shots were fired at Snra- - ter; 419 struck inside and outside. The east wall is scahd and battered and the ' parapet undermined. The north-west wall and archei have fallen in. The gnns are all dismounted. On Sunday, the land batteries opened from the sonth and north, and monitors from th...

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. — 27 August 1863

THJ5 REPUBLICAN. LOG AI DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1863. lUvt WB AST CoBPORATlOIf OFFICERS? IVu question has been asked in our hear frequently daring the pat few days. bat o tre not xactly prepared to answer Itc'Thia much seemstble admitted, how vir, t j all, that owing to the failure of the Inspector of the Ust election jo make the Mtara rtqaireJ hy'tUa Statute to the Clerk f the Circuit Court, the persons chosen at tbftt election cannot legally hold the offi ce; they were elected "to fill, "and that not nnlrnr ll the Ordinances adopted since that time illegal, but that no Corporation tax can Imj colleJtetl for the current year. ThU is hard on those who hate been la , borinj? on the streets with the expectation if getting their pay when the taxes were paid in this fall. In some respects the . omi?sion of the Inspector is a matter of Jrejoicmg, while in others it is a matter of regret It was a piece of gross and inex cusaole negligence, for which the guilty . party should behe...

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. — 27 August 1863

- LOVE IN AN EXPRESS TRAIN. The printer night was closing, dark and dretr, aronnd the tnmult and bustle of the railroad station, in the heart oi the great s city. Mothers vrjre there, bidding adieu to their little children hatbands patting from their wives old, experienced travel ers, to whom it seemed a meid trifle to skim half across the continent on the wingi of steam, anl nervous, uncertain voyajers, to whom the briefest journey appeared franght with indiscribable peril. Thesa were the tableaax exhited within the gas-lighted waiting room, while with out th-3 snovr fell white and ceaselessly, and the fiery eye of the locomotive threw a line of light through the darkness for yards around. Hngh Sonthbank was walking slowly tip and down the platform, with hi arm resting :arelesly on the shonlder ef Alfred Neville, his dearest and oldest friend. Both were wrapped to the very throat in fnrs and broadcloth, and, even if it had not been so, they were too much ab orbed in thair own thoug...

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. — 3 September 1863

EPUBLICAI ft .tr-r ; PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 18G3. WHOLE NO. 356. VOL. 7. NO. 44.1 i- 1 ! if ! I! 'Lühs UwnbHf3U . ' ,7,' ;k ;. office, Oeer JPershings Drug Store ' I; MATTINGLY, -usi.isHK.a and raoraisroa. Terms . of Subscription. .uMifl Uvanee Sj0 Liü4 ifter tlx months At the end ofihe year,..' 2,50 arli liw lUfMvtiaoml antil all arraaxajar paid, vaiaa attattion of tfca pnMUhrr. "ERMS OF ADVERTISING. .a:al Utioaaliaaertioa 45 ct. Larger adrcrtiarinrata j U rportioa. Lew thaa half a square to LachsrgetU hal m4r,oTrrhUiwrtbchrgcU whole inare. 3 m'. m. m. $ 3, f 5.W t ,50 5.00 ,00 10.00 6.0O 9,nn il.Ko 7,0 10.HO 12..S0 8.00 lr.oo 9.00 17.00 l.Voo I2.no 27.oo 200 ?.oo 34.00 'tS,fO 3T.00 ,50 12 m . f 12,00 14.00 l.r,oo l?.no is.no SO.no , Tww hmwi, FaartacAlnma, T1rJ columa, Y-"-f Hirilwi'-oln na 3S,ro ' 0a comma. 80,00 I; A Uil" fwtT-llT parceat willbaalraa Ik ,kf rta fc SfcUI.XoiieM. t 5eaUi .fier towns aad cities will be allowed twenty pr ?-r;eatctTmIsioii,ne nAadw...

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. — 3 September 1863

'J HE EEUBLICAR . PJVY'.IIOUTII, INI). , 4 Thursday, Sept. 3, 1863. I. 3IATTINCU,Y, Editor. UAIOX COUXTY TICKET. for corvrv ci.r.r.K, IIEZEKIAU R. PERSUING. FOR COCXTY COMMISSIONER, "EDWARD NEWIIOÜSE. FOR SURVEYOR. FREDERICK II. HALL. FOR I.ASD ArrRAISER, JOHN A. DEEMER. Yar News. The rebel raiders are coming to grief rapidly; Morgan captured in Ohio, and now the famous Jeff Thompson is announ ced as a prisoner, with a portion of his staff, to Col. Woodson's Cavalry in Ar kansas. - Col. Woodson also captured, in his raid, a large number of prisoner, and routed several lands of cnerilla. Gea. Laue has returned to Lawrened, Kansas, and reports having killed forty one of Quantrell's bandits. He is organ izing a force, and says he will he in Mis souri early in the coming month. One hundred and eighty-three bodies hare been buried in Lawrence, victims of the late massacre. Eighty-two bnildiDgs were burned, and eighty-fiTe widows and two hundred and forty orphans made by the bloody highwa...

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. — 3 September 1863

THE' REPUBLICAN. L03AL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18G3. Closinq or TSE Volcxb. As the pre sent rolnma of the Republican is drawing o a cloe, we wish to say to oar friends who are in arrears that we hope thcj will tnake it convenient to py op on or before that time, as we expect to make new ar rangements tben which will require a set tlement of the old books. "We" may add that we now need all that is Jne us. CUT Peterson for October has armed, richly illustrated and filled with intellect nal dainties. CC" The senior proprietor of the "Low Price Store' has been East fur some time porcHjhaioar a fall and winter stork of 'Good, which will toon arrive. " s 3?" Mr. Darid Melier of Tippecanoe 'iownship, ia this county, has a pocket "book which he bought of Gen. Barnside,' hea he. Gen. B.,' kept store for his fath- er in Liberty, Indiana. He values it very highly. 'AüotemciT Soldier, Ooxe. -We learn that Darid Larue, of the 43th ind. Reg., died at Natchez, Miss., on the 31st olt., o...

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. — 3 September 1863

I)C Stotii Heller t tl h any.. AWKWARD JEREHIAH. ' bVcarolhik f. pbkstos. A youn gentleman, fashionably dress l'.eVani vnth the air of one who would be at home ia so; iety. roacbcJ Boston toward evening ly tin Fitchborg Railroad, He 4rceaJed at once to a hotel, not wishing to lßtraJa upon his relatives at mat nour, and took comfortable supper. After thivha rea l the evening papers, and then .weal out to enjoy a leisure stroll on Washing on street. On hU way tip be -ptsssdYinton's well known establishment, and it leins a warn evening, decided to - go in and have an ice-cream. Ha accordingly ordered one, and while waiting to have it erved, had an opportn 2 nity to look about him a little and take a i irirvey of the company as assembled. 1 "Th were chiefly ladie. nd to tltoee t: wha are at all familiar with Boston ladies, ,1, need not say that the faces were very iwell worth looking at. - Our hero's attention, however, was at tracted to two yonng ladies who sat near Vat 'bis oVn. They ...

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