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

t: BBS MARSHALL COUNTY REPUBLICAN. VOL. 7.-NO. -8ft PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1863. WHOLE NO. 311. iPpuMiffl. I OFFICE. Veer Ptrnhimgs' Brug Store. I. M Hi I , -r r rirsusuiR aSD rSOPRIf.TOa. Terms of Subscription. -vida k'trtnee, $1.50 f iii.l ifter six months, 2,00 A!i s end ofthe year, 2,50 JT ,' t r ntinn-! uutil 11 arrearage art pai', Ii Ith intiua of the publisher. T8XIS OF ADVERTISING. n nt fi JOann or lew, tkree weeks, or lr, $ l.nn, c 1 1 Ii i 1 i n rtion S.1 cent. Larger advert isewcrit prartion. Leaatkan half a uar? to lipchrgrdhal 1 l are, .ferkalfainarrt..lecUaryftlaawholeTnare. S m'n. la'i, 9m'. l'nr-. $ -,oo $ ,. t ,oo S,oo lo.im 12.00 .00 11. SO H.f lo,io 12.50 1.,0 12.iO ir..oo l!,oi iron IT.oa l".on 2 1 no 2T.oo 30,00 2. 00 34. on .V.on 37,'i 44. SO r.o.0O 3 n iTr, V ij nr .. T 1 n r it I 1 ir V . 1 ''i 4i-aa, J ;. .) 5. no n w 1 j ,- . ..f , ir h n 1 lt , t".'V otmnn. .fO V i I liti - f tr-T'T-r percent will lc tua.Iron tha ; -'' a -h Virtu a4 :iti wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 6 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. 1'liY.VOIfTH IND. , Thursday, August 6, 1863. I. HATTIN.-IY, Editor. VICTORY ! VICTORY!! Behold, new sjlnrte eild out Pin?! Nfw stars ;lrnm from it tc-ure skr, While greener Inurels ronnd it twine, la this proud honr of victor) ! GLORIOUS NEWS. The resell of the electfon in Kentucky, on Monday last, is glorious. Wickliffo, for whom every copperhead in Indiana wonld vote without hesitation, is defeated by 20,000 majority, and several of tho membors of Congreas elect are supporters .i 4i . . rtn i ul.. 1 of the Administration. This settles the .mention in regard to the eompleotion of a ' rn, a branch of St. George Episcopal majority of tne lower branch of the Mxt.S J J I incent Covler. Ibe school had been in Congres.. Huzza for old Kentucky! She , operation fo'r ovcr m year uncler the charge has given the Copperheads of Indiana the 1 most stunning Diow ioy nave yai receivj UjjjqH CJOnVCntiÖll The Union men of Marshall County, who arn in favor of nroerntiiisr tho wir an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 6 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1863. To out Patrons. Wa would take i) at a great favor if those of onr patrons who art in arrears on subscription wonM make it convenient to call soon and pay tap. It baa been ionic time since wa donned onr subscribers, and should not mow if oar necessities ware laaa urgent. It is nnneccsaar, we hope, to say more. Col. J. P. C. Shank, ex-member of Congress from the 11th Indiana District, ltd a member of Gan. FremonU' Staff, will address the people of Marshall county at the Court House in Plymouth, on SATCRDA r. Jay a 8, 1863. Col. Shanks is an able speaker and should receive a cordial greeting from the true heartel loyal men of Marshall. He is still in the service of the country, battling for the prarervation of the Union. Come ortt ail yon who love y 'ir country, and bear this champion of freedom. There will be services at the Presbyterian an 1 Methodist Churches toUj, at I 4 o'clock a. m. This is the National Thanksgiving daj....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 6 August 1863

rni' JOB MILLER'S REVENGE. CoM bitteriy cold! The ftw Isto clinging . v that jet hung, like crimson jewels, on the trees, seemed Absolutely to shu lilsr in the bleak gusts of win 1, and the -ky ra all hronded ia driving .acks ol inky clouds. Talk of the heights of Greenland, or the icy shore of Labrador re maintain that it was quite cohl enough for all reasonal le purpose, in the drear fastness of those desolate Vermont I hills upon the December night! All Inn.- m f , m nna . t b T.:n.;.i- i nestled the h mestea l of Job Miller, al most sivgeting the qnaiai i lea that it had s a been waudermj m learehoi some companion farm-house, and sat down among the pine forest, in very weariness and despair. It was a low-eaved building guiltless of paint, but stained with the winds and rains of half a century, with a broad stone in front, and a creaking well sweep lifting up its guant arm in tbe rear anil Job Miller had dw.lt there, in toiling poverty, fori01 tbtity year: Tut on another log of w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 13 August 1863

rK 1. MARSHALL COUNTY REPUBLICAN. VOL. 7 NO. 41.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 13, 1863. WHOLE NO. 313. m$ gepnfcluxs. OFFICE. Over Pershing' Drug Store. I. M ATT IN GL Y, PUBLISHES AMD FROF I ETO . rerm.3 of Subscription. i id i a vi ranee, $1 50 ft ii4 ifter six months, 2,00 At the eud ofthe year 2,50 ni?VjT Ii.-: atiamxl until U arrarag are paid, ., at :! ptin of th publiahcr. T ERMS OF ADVERTISING. n nrofiSeiaM or '.es, three weeks. or lesa. 11,00, C1 Ui:ioaUrtiaii 2" reut. Larser adrertiseme 2HWA pr jp rtioa. Las than kalfasqwax to baehargtd achat rt,ottr half iuarato Uchrgd aa wholeaquare. 3 mV 9m's. 12m'. f s.oe f .SO t 8.00 S.rtO in.no 12. no S.OO ll.MI 14,00 10.00 li.&O 1.S.00 1W Ift.oo lA.no f "TO 17. "O iO.'Hi ?2.1 2T.O o.oo 2f.oo 34.UO SS.nn 37. OO 44. SO 50.00 3n 1 -l r. T . I I ir . "fira jnr, Fa ir i -lares. irtS ;l.iiwn, Twrl column, It ilf t'a nrt. a 3.00 s.oo ft. 1 .K) .oe IV !.0 2 3 .'Ml At iHitioa fwntT-flre percent will be made on th Vra ratef...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 13 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, IlfD. , Thursday, Aug. 13 1863 I. JtATTIJTGLY, Editor. t ! Union Convention. , The Union men of Marshall County, j who are in faror of prosecuting the war , unMl the rebels lay down their aims and aulmit unconditionally to the power and authority of the National Government, are repeated to meet in Convention, in Ply mouth, . On Saturday t August 22, 1863, at 1 o'clock, p. hi., ior the purpose of nominating candidates for Clerk, Com- DMSsioner, Surveyor, ivad Land Appraiser. ' If the Democrat means to say we refused and mules and about 400 negroes. We The several towashipa can meet previ- to correct our original stateaent he sim- captured a forge number of prisoners and ous to that time and appoint delegate,, or P!J one has ever requested to broke up and capt .red several large smugcan meet en matte in Plysouth, on that make any correction, and we cannot see, ( ling depots. Besides the material results dav. ach township will be entitled to one vote in the Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 13 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY. AUGUST 13, 186S. To OCR Patkoxs. We would take i as a grest favor if those of our patrons who are q arrears on subscription wonld Bake it convenient to call soon and pay op. It kas been soma time since we dunned oar subscribers, and sbonld not botv if oar necessities were less urgent It is unnecessary , we hope, to say aaore. tsere f - t V . 1 be Circuit V-Olirt Ot tOlS county, has been in session here 'his eetr, Judge who witnessed the scenes on the streets 77. rrHju !TU . . , lt Osbnn presiding. The docket is fjuite here last batnrday, remarked to as yester-1 light this term, we understand. Frank Daws, formerly of this place, but who belonged to a Wisconsin regiment, was killet) some time ago, we learn, in the vicinity of Vieksbnrg. PehSvjxal. Col. Gleason, of the 87th, was ia this place on M m lay and Tuesday last, on business. He expects to return to his regiment in a few days. Unless our friends who are in ai rears for subscription pa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 13 August 1863

i i)e ötorn Ccllcr. DUTY AND KINDNESS. There eras an angry frown en the connetaance of Deaeon Jonas Browning. Tüare wert tears in the sad faca of his wife. "He sha.l bo sent to sea," said Deacon Drowning sternly. There wee a pleading look in the eye of Mrs. Browninsr. as slu lifted them to the iron face of ber husband. But no wo.d passed her lips. "He shall be sent to sea. hope." "Philip is very young, It is my last Jonas," said Mrs. Browning." "Not too young for evil, and therefore not too young for discipline needed to eradicate the evil, fie shall go to sea. Capt. Ellis sails in the Fanny Williams next Moiiwav. I will call ou him this very day. "Isn't the Fanny Williams a whaler?" The lips of Mrs. Browning quivered and j her voice nail a choking sound. "Yea," was firmly answered. "I wouldn't send him away in a whaler, Jonas. Remember he 1 very young thirteen until April. " Young or old, Mary, ho has got to go," said the stern old deacon, who was a believer in the gospel of the la...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 20 August 1863

'' " mmmammm' -ORonR"RR"R srrr1 'mBis! ' ''MäSmm MARSHALL COUNTY REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 80, 1863. WHOLE NO. 354. VOL. 7. NO. 48.1 t ffpuMitau. ; OFFICE, Over Pershing' Mrt St&rt. I. MATTINGLY, rUBLISMKK AMD PRO r R 1 El O S m . w 1 1 m . Iiis r i iiiiiRiii 1 VH n vlvance $.50 p S,UVELY. Justice of the 1 1 We place this habit of the teacher cf he iVw That the n""? 1 GOV. Aiken of South Carolina in most the identical langnige of Mr. f,u4 after ail month. J'S-1. L,...d 1 COMCl?x "J" of bel " ?l! q"' for ' studying in advance of the lessons tobe feaSen i the Libhy Prison, The whole affair w of so startliag a Atth. end, fth. year, General Collection Agent,:lbq Vk "'l! f fught, in the front rank of qualification, i"" We c nature, that it made a deep impression oa P , ; wnitk0nw.ed,men..f.dMor.g.r-. .t- ena,Y ""J tue P"P thr0, gh his I WWi I. ear net and striving to rise in his button and proving what le ei vationi shall ' , The following note from Pars...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 20 August 1863

IM REPUBLICAN. r . - PLYMOUTH t IND. Thursday. Aug. 20, 1863. I. MATTINCil-Y, Editor. Union Convention. The Union men of Marshall County, who- are in favor of prosecuting the war until the rebels lay down their arms ami submit unconditionally to the power and authority of tbe National Government, are requested to meet in Convention, in Plymouth, On Saturday August 22, 18G3, at 1 o'clock, p. hi., lor the purpose of nominating candidate for Clerk, Cotnissiorjer, Surveyor, and Land Appraiser The several townships can meet previous to that time and appoint delegate-, or can meet en masse iu Plymouth, cn that dav. Fach townshiD will be entitled to one vote in the Convention, for every ten votes cast for Lincoln at the Presidential election. Every loyal man in the county is earnestly invited to attend and bring his family with him. By Order, rostral Committee. Union County Convention. We have the pleasuro of announcin that Hon. ANDREW ANDERSON', Of South Bend, a leader of the Union par- j...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 20 August 1863

THE REPUBLICAN. L03AL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1863. Corrjtctios. Ia noticing ?b resignation of Capt. Amt Johnson, Co. D, 9th Ind., last week, ws surmised that Lieut. Wa.hinjton Kelly would be promoted to the Captaincy of the company. Liertt. Kslly was sometime ago promoted to Regimental Quartermaster, when 21 Lieut. Djvid B. CrevistQO was promoted to 1st Liaut., aad Sergeant George Wilhur becsme 21 Lieut. Should the two latter be promoted, as is anticipated, Serg't Daniel B. Armstrong will become 2d Jjieut. probably. Sergeant A. was sererely wounded at the battle of Stone River, and has only recently returned to his regiment. IsCopid blind" asks a fan- correspondent. Certainly uot. Our compos- i v . , . . itor, however, persisted in making ns say no last week, although we wrote "loTe" j People will use it, and every successful j ... tilt t a mu. S. .1 i, I instead of "blind," as plainly as we could, housewife tells her neighbor, and when nod als marked it in the proof. To A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 20 August 1863

t)t Btorn Mer. AN IMPORTANT LESSON FOR THE HARRIED. "TRIPLES." The ringing of the door-bell haa a pleasant sound to me, especially in my idle moods. Like an unopened letter, there is a mystery about it, and one waits with a pleasurable excitement to see who or what; ts eeming. For all the little nameless attentions so Returning home one lay, earlier than gratifying to a woman's heart, and so uniosual, I fonnd my wife had gone out, and ; versally accorded by the lover and neglectwhile lounging idly over the paper, the ed by the husband, I find myself repaid a bell rang. thousand fold; and I would advise all who I wafted, expectant, till Bridget appear- are sighing over the non fulfillment of eared with a note, containing a request from ly dreams to "go and do likewise," re- my old friend, Dr. Stearns, to 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. Fir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 27 August 1863

MARSHALL COUNTY " REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 27. 1863. WHOLE NO. 355. VOL. 7. NO. 43.1 fttlifÄB. 1 OFFICE. Ctr Pernhig Mrg Start, I. MATTINGLY, PUILItHIK AND PkOrSIETOR. terms of Subscription. . i i Irance, $1 -50 . I fler sia months 2.'0 Se eadafthe year .0 aVn . ?rr li c .ntinur.t until All rrArsg-t nrr id, . 1 1 1 ha iption of tk publisher. TRRWIOP lDVERTISIIfG. i irof JJamorlA, tkrae wki,orlfti, f l.no, liiiAlirtion V cent. Larger adrertiaemmt -ortion. Lillian hilf a .nuAre to t . 1 .-. rC. i. . hal rrrkalfa .qnarato bchrrl aaa whole .nnarr. .1 m". !'. '. 12m'. $ I o $ ',.' t ...M $ S.on 5,00 , in.no 12.no .00 S.O 11. M 14,0 jr., 7,') lo,oo IM lÄ.on S 'mn, 8.00 12.00 in.OO 1.01 - -i n.r, s.oa is.on 17. o is.no -...,. r.oo t2.no 27.00 30.no it h lumn. 20.no no S4.00 SA.na Asm, 2V 44.o R0.no " li" i t tm HBty-Hv n r-ent will be madron t lie --. -f .r Special Xotlee. i 'hr twn. and rltle. will allowed twentyTr --nt "-n n!.i'n. nt no Advertisement. ofanykiAd, 1 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 27 August 1863

"HE REUBLICAN. PLY.VOITU, IND. . Thursday, Aug. 27, 1863. - I. MATTIXIiLY, F.ditor. The WewS Owing to the space occupied bv the proeeedinga of the Mass Meeting of the War ! Democracy, at Indianapo! is. and the tc. ; count of the sacking aud burning r.f Law rence, Kansas, hy Guerillas, we are ne - eesaariiy compelled to sum r,p tbe war ewi this week vny briefly. The intelligence from Cwarlestsn is of the most important character. The lMt acconnts Iroui there, which war nptoMondiy last, say that Foit Sumpter is a hesp of ruin-, and the rresnmition is thai it h. .nrrpnder-.l ra th.. a roUl di.Jas UHW AJiiaVatl.v a VW. - IV itas.j i . .x . . patch dated Charleston, Ancnst 120, s.iys: n. ' " rW" ' J On Saturday, 004 shot were fired at Sum-; ter; 419 struck inside and outside. The' east wall is scal.d and battered and the parapet nndermined. The north-west wall instructing them to make it out in a regand arche have faileu in. The guns are ular manner. When they do this and all dismounted....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 27 August 1863

TEB REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1863. Havk wa amt Cobporatio Officers: This question has been asked it our har- j ingfreuuntly during the past few days, but fre not exactly prepared to aaswer it. This much seems to be admitted, however, by ail, that owing to the fa. lore of the Inapector of the last election to make the return required by the Statute to the Clerk f As) Cireoit Court, the persons chosen at that election cannot legally hold the offi cee they were elected to fill, and that not only mre aii the Ordinances adopted since that tine illegal, but that no Curporatiou tax can be collected for the current year. This is hard on those who hate been laboring on the streets with the expectation kf Mi! thai r rav when the taxes were - s r I paid in this fall. In some respects the m . 4 mm .oniMSion oi tne inpecior is a umivci u rejoicing, while in others it is a matter o regret. It was a piece of gross and inex cusaole negligence, for which the guilty party sh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 27 August 1863

LOTE IN AN EXPRESS TRAIN. The winter night was cloning, dark and drer, aro.md the tnmult and bnstle of the railroad station, in the heart oi the great city. Mothers ware there, bidding adieu to their little children husbands paiting from their wive? old, experienced travelers, to whom it see me I a met trifle to akim half across the continent on the wing of steam, ani nervous, uncertain voyagers, to whom the briefest journej appeared franght with indiscribable peril. These were the tableaux exhited witbin the gas-lighted waiting room, while with- r Jl I I out the snow tell white and ceaselessly, i i c - r .u- .l an 1 the hery eve of the locomotive threw a line of light through the darkness for yards around. Hngh Soothbank was walking slowly np and down tho platform, with Im arm retting carelessly on the shoulder f Alfred Neville, his dearest and oldest fiiend. Both were wrapped to the very throat in furs and broadcloth, and, even if it had not been so, they were too much absorbed in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 September 1863

I PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1863. WHOLE NO. 356, VOL. 7. NO. 44.1 .mm OFFICE, erhig Drug Store Ii MATT IN GL Y, rviLiiHKl awd riortiiroi. Terms of Subecription. tM .4nee, i'nn: I itM fter hi Month. W At the end jfthe Tear 2-50 T . . - il .It rrurarf I krr ntld. 1 Ina att aa opt icn of the pnblUheT. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. One inrr :JO naaor toa, thrr wk.orle. fl .CO, a h . i Uttoaliarrio 2" -eota. larger adTert iarnim ti in PrM-tia. Leaathaa half a square to bacharpeialul ,qlire, oitr half irt bachargcU an a wholraqnare. 3 m. am 9m". 12m'. f .-,.00 f f . g,oo lo.oo 12, on 9, no 11. SO 14.00 W.0n II. IV 12,oo ir.no I8.no n.fyi ir.oa i.r K.OO 27.00 SO.OO 5. no 34.0O SS.ro 3T.no 44.5 60,00 Tta r, Two QIITI . Tfcfn inar -a, F.. tar nnrs. Kojriaci n Tliir 1 imii, pfesa --f mrtlwi-I $ 3.1 5. ix) 6.00 7,a 8.00 9.00 nn, 2O.'0 tvre A . Mit ' f twntr-" par cent will Ue matron tli at, raM f r Sp-cial XotieM. ! ; -aula t'-.er town aaü cities will br allowed twenty- jr.- -t -cat -o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 September 1863

'1HE BEUBLlCiK. PLYMOUTH, IND. , Thursday, Sept. 3, 1863. I. MATTINCJ.Y, Editor. l.W. rOI'XTY TICKET. FK Ot'VTY CI.ETiK, 11 KZLCKIAli It. FEUSIIIX. r. FOR COCXTY t OMMISSIOKER, i:!VARL KSWHOOSE. FOR SURVFYOR, FREDERICK H. HALL. FOR LAND ATTRAISER, JOHN A. DEEMEtt. War News. The robel raidcis are coming to grief rapidly; Morgan captured in Ohio, nd now the famous Jeff Thompson is annonn ecl as a prisoner, with a portion of bis staff, to Col. Woodson's Cavalry in Arkansas. Col. Woodson also captured, in his raid, a large number of prisoners, and routed several bands of guerillas. Gen. Lane has returned to Lawrence. Kansas, and reports having killed fortvone of J .antreli's bandits. He is organizing a force, and says he will be in Mis- j aonri r!w ii tr rnminy month Onp onri ear;y in ine coming niontu. vne hundred and eighty-three bodies have been ftUer 108 ,irst atlT excePl tno atner was buried in Lawrence, victims of the late ra:her warm- As for heltn Dtl "Pirits massacre. Eighty-two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 September 1863

eaaa.ea'eata THE jBE PUBLICAN. LOCJAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 3. 1863. Closing or the Volümb. As the prolan t rol rime of tho Republican is drawing to a cIom. we wish to say to oar friends who re in arrears that wt hope they will make it convenient to pay np od or before that time, as we expect to make new arrangements then which wil roqtHie a settlement of the old books. We may add that we now need all that is dne us. JSifP Peterson for October has arrived, ri -hlv illustrated and filled with intellectual dainties. CCT" The senior proprietor of the "Low Price Store" has been East for some time purr baaing fall and winter stock of Goods, which will boon arrive. Mr. Davnl Melier of Tippecanoe township, in this county, has a pocket book which he bought cf Gen. Bnrnside, whea be. Gen. B . kept store for his father in Liberty, Indian. He values it very highly. AüOTHttn Soldier Göxe. We learn that David Larue, of the 48th ind. Reg., die I at Natchez, Miss., on the 31st ult.. of i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 September 1863

. l)e 5 tarn teller. 11 AWKWARD JEREMIAH. BY CAROLINE F. PKKSTO. n -ran t ' sm in f a Vi i n n sjJbJ V IMIli 1 wirlj tfia air nf nnA whn wmilil he st home ia so. ietv. reached Boston toward evejiiog It tha Fitchburg Railroad He pro -eiJe i at unco to a hotel, not wishing to itttrodo upon hi relatives at that hour, ant! took a comfortable supper. Atter this' he real the evening papers, and then went out to enjoy a leisure stroll on Washington st-eet. On his way np he poaaed Vinton's well known establishment, aal it being a warn evening, decided to go in and have an ice-cream. He accordingly ordered one, and while viting to have it served, had an opportug raity to look about him a little and take a unrvey of the company as assembled Ths-s were chiefly lad tee, and to those who are at all faraili.r with Boston ladies, I need not say that the faces were very well worth looking at. ' Our hero's attention, however, was attracted to two young ladies wno sat nearest his own. They were appar...

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