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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 20 April 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Th Branch of the Bnk Jf the State at this plac will be changed in a few weeks into a Na tional Bank. It it now acting as asnt for the 7 30 loan, and has within a few weeks past dispo ed of OTer $25,030 worth of the bonds. No bet Ur investment can be mide. The bonds are ea empt from State and municipal taxation. Eta Gaztx, la Kosciusko countj, is a tlirl Ving little Tillage. It contain at least two lire business men, Messrs. Gnj k Davis, who, we are glad to loarn, are doing a thriving business, and hart a fine s.ock of goods on h.ini, which thej are selling as cheap as thej can be bought either in Warsaw, Bourbon or Plymouth. Caarrrs. Those intending tD purchase carpct3 oon for their parlors or lialla would do well to call at S. i M. Beckers before investing and ex amine their vtock. Thoj certainly have some ve ry nice pieces at greatlj reduced prices. Thej will remote next week into their new quarters acros tha street, in the new brick , whcroSJvrwl...

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 April 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. 'A TALE OF A HANDKERCHIEF. I be? yoar pardon ! " Excuse me, sir ! " The firs; speiker n. fashionably dressed Toung rn:iri. and his interlocutor a beautiful young iad.r. Their attu:tttou was the most enitMrrassiiis in the world, for a the gentleman turned the cor ner oi a s-trtet he la 1 been uneipccteJi? confronted by the für dim.el in question. After i succession ofdeaper.itc efforts to pass each other, whi'.h o-ily resulted in various igreeable cjlliMom, and r .u- tiul attractions nod repulsions anal.igous to the . :-. . . t I .1 1. i I m&aonrpri tit t , ;.'cr.iittl Di.ri tutla. titer nal . - - - , . come to a st.tnd-tul. The blush on t!i? I.uly rheek. altlmu-h ! p uJ rich as the crimen on a uwet cloud, wm ne irW eqn.ilo-J l.y ihe correspon- ding hue of thr penMerr.au s face. On Ian des- rtirinj: movement on part to pass his lovely an- tigonist. was uufjrtan itcty .Y)''IKJ.br af'mu-u- ncous cnlcavpr on hers i and pen-.ivng a.most lr- ropreiiioic miri.KNi vnct ....

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 April 1865

(- r-i Tim i - ----- - '- " " - --.- -V, 1 -: - ' '--T t . 1 ' rr ARSH ALE" lOÜNf Y SWüWmÄN, r . .. ' ' it i i j ' i i S ; . i VOL 9. NO. 26.1 THE REPUBLICAN, f - OFFICE, ... Otcr Persuings' Ifrus: Store. rraLisuca aid raoratEToa. TEU3is of srEsiRirnox. If udin advance, or within three months, $2,00 If not paid within three months. $.2,50 If not paid till the end of the rear $3.00 Town subscriber whose papers arc tieliTcred by the carrier will be charged .V) cents per antun ad ditional. oj pr.us- ;ni-.!jieu uuui n a. i r. r I T . .it . e.repuj,uniessaimcopuon ai mc puoii.ner TERMS OF ADVERTISING: rnr,ii:i.reof ens or less, three weeks, or less, $2,03, mcIi additional insertion 50 cents. Lirgcr tlvertiflcmentsin projrticn. l ess th" 7nre,"cc7tr V. . 'V h ilf a sjitre tobe ehargetl as a whole square. Business car-'?, one year. ID lines t.OO Bu-iine cards, six months 10 line, o.VO Quarter column, 3 months- 6.00! 15 00 i BUSLVESS CARDS. C. II. REEVE, ATTOUXET AT LAW ASP SOTACT PFBLK, Wa...

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 April 1865

TEE .REPUBLICAN. PLYwoinrii. isd. THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 1865. Qen. Sherman's Lato Peace Blunder. General Shermm, U appsars, bas ummiited jriTc M-ialittn entering Into peace negotiations itk General J. K. JoasMton, the effect ef which wilt r toSiI'It be, tfcax he will be relieved from the rooimtnd cf the f my he hxs led throcjru Georgia, Ronth tni ??orth Carolina, General Grant, accom- pnieu bt nerrerU Sheridan, Latin already start-1 id ti JsWtls Gtrolina for the purpose, it is pre smrtle'J 1" taking comms-ml of the army himself. A difpitcli from Washington, dated April 22J, AM !? Tester Jay it was knwn that bearer of !ipitcV.es hid arrircd from Sherman and that Tm hid civen out that he brought glorious, newt. ' An tUe newi w.M not officially promntgited In the natninj papers, aol the day wore on without r.ny Hm.i1 announcement, it bepsn. to b rc.enllr vhispcred that tbere waj soma trouble abo.it the correrK)nJence between Shermin arid John?ton. Tt it few hid any idea it would prore se...

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 April 1865

Warnt ah, : : ; the republican: LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Corporation Nominating Convention Tleüon men of Pljmouth are requested to me-et at Phillips & Johnson's law office THIS (THURSDAY) EVENING, to nominate candi dates for Marsha!, Clerk, Treasurer, Assessor, and fire Trustees, one for each wa.d. The elec tion will be held next Monday. Erery Bincero and earnest Union rotn, who desires the prosperity of the town and the removal of the stignu that has heretofore rested upon it abroad, it is hoped will attend the meeting to-night and participate in the proceeding. It is believed that if pood men re norain ited and a united effort made the Union candidates can be elected. Let erery maa then who desires this glorious result be on hand prompt ly at lyi o'clock this evening. MANY VOTERS. The Rt. Rer. II. J. Whitehousc, of Chica-o, BlsVop of Illinois, will hold a service for the pur pose of Confirmation, next Tuesday cvoning, May 2J, at the Protestant Episcopal Churcli. Phillips & Johiuo...

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 April 1865

THE REPUBLICAN; - IT" '" I Fron the New A'-bany Ledger, ; Democratic.) . , . Tiio Bsath of the President. Oar city hn nreseated a s-td neene since Satur dtv morjnu. .The .people move silenrlv nloiig tn streets, iafir faces indicating the ndiies lach i nvirw inr-r mino-. ixe.iriv everv rt-snoet ce nii'i bu-w;e- Ittm?c In the city i 'hrou led with the m- blemspf m urir.nsr.iUiJ i'iil the o-itward indications aretMifttvt of the inward tsorrow wlieh weighs upon thoheartsof our neotde at he terrible calam ity which has bclallcu. the natiou in the death, by iolece, of it IVtinguWcd.kiad hoartc-J, and be loved Chief .Magistrate. On,S ttur.!ir and tcsUtJ.it, in or rounds over the city, we-nict hundreds of mca And women hose eyes were swimming in the tears of genuine gntf 41 the great c alam.ty. It was scarcely poisi Mr to rvalue the truth 'that Abraham Li.colx wm oV j J.a.j upon the threshold of thatVriglit dawaiirg whichpr-'aiijcd soon to bring tht realizi tion'.eTJiope and labor ol his Iu...

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. — 4 May 1865

- : Ulli , J'.rill-.M-I 0, J ,IUI I'.i. ;...;.. ,n .:.,o..,r,. f.. t... l'-he.t.-r-fet,'il Il,mse-Mav U and 12; June 13, WM. KNABE & CO'S V I T' v 1 - -TV w y VOL. d; NO. 27.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 4, 1865. WHOLE NO. 143. i! rTlTTI?. 1T?T)TTT)T -Tn "T :;.'XaJLxJ 1.VIJX UDiilvAl't " 'OFi?. MCrshinS?S' Drtig Store. -.--rr ;v rTI1. ' ruiLMHti aid rnoraiETua. teuhs cf srBsrKirriox. If paid in advance, or within three months, $2.00 If not paid within three months ' If not paid till the end :t the year $3.00 ( Town subscribers who? papers are delivercd.hy t the carrier will be charged id cents per annum ad- j ditional. 1 D No piper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher - -TERMS OF ADVERTISING: , Oneaqaareof Sterns or less, three weeks, or liu, $2,01, each additionalinsrtit.n 00 cents. j Lvrger advertisements in proportion, less than I half A square to be charged as hall a square, over j half a s pure to be charged a a whole square...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. ILVjOtrTll,-IND, r ' THURSDAY, HAY- 4,-1865. The Funeral Cortege. W r2fet ttt our limiteJ sptce prevent ua from giving a full description of the honors paid to President Lincoln's sacred rermins along the entire routt from Washington to Chicago. At very station, viltue, an 1 eitj, through which the ftuieral cortege pa&cd, thousands of people were assemble, who stood on both sides of the track wfflr nncsTcred heads as the train moreJ slowly fong enderarches of flags draped in mourning, eu twined with evergreens. In the lire cities whera it had been arranged that the bod should remain a few hours the d:3piay wm of the most gorgeous character. Ei-erj thins that wu fitting and prop er ia prder to testifj th respect and homage of the people to deparUd greatness, and manifest their grief, was done. At Indian ipolis prepara tions for & grand pageant was raide, but the day proved urpropitious and the procession had to be omitted. The Indianapolis Journal of Monday 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. — 4 May 1865

PE, REPUBLICAN. IiOÜAL , DEPiABTMENT. CÖRPOtxTKxt riticrioüi-Tb Corporation lec . fion in IbU plc 0n Mondaj lajt resulted in the uccesa of ti Democratic ticket bj a majority of about 32 orertha Union tieket. and about 8 orer both the Union and Independent tickets. The Democratic candidate for Marsh!. Mr. Datid How, received exactly the tame number or rotes i both th Union and Independent candidates. J Mr. H. fell fir behind his ticket. Whether h waa scratched for his efficiency in arresting tiola torsofth peace nd prerenting blockades of the streets by crowda who assemVle to witness pujil istic exercises, or the want of it, we cannot sar Against Mr. How. personally, we hare nothing to ay, but we hope he will attend a little more faith fully to bis duties in some repects during the Bext year than he did the past. If he does not the beat men of his own party will turn against him. The vote on Monday waa unusually small. Ve ry little interest was manifested by either party. na I F:e. 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. — 4 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. From the Cincinnati Gazette Charleston. h was a city lifted up to Heaven; Her people w--re exalted, and her pride Smelt in the nostrils of a patient Gad. She scontJ democracy, and ate her bread, Not ia tie swrr.t of her imperious brow, But in the unpaid labor of her flares. And while she forged the chains for other wrists, She scorned oUeUience, and conspired against l tin gentlest (.overmneut that erer laid i Jta silken la wa on uu-u. And, haughtier grown, I She pit defiance in the Nation (ace, i And plotted treason in her Council Chamber, ! And, dragsrini; with hr the third port of Iivaren, Mie set reeli:'nM eaiiijon ou her isle, And shot the daj from Swu'cr. From that hour. The peo;!e re up like a million gi.inU, Aud men who had been dumb found tongues to speak; And men who had bee a Mind found eye to ice. And men who had been weak found arms to smite. The cities shouted to she pluins to strike, And the plains shvutcd to the mountaius, "strike!" And all the mounta...

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 May 1865

tO US triC lannirl"- mliih Im liairl . r, .,-rr, l.la. raste Iro-.v the best speaiers and noets in the conn MAm HAT I- 1 . 1 t I i 7I VOL. 9. NO. 28.1 TT-Tk Tf A AT - -i-i Ti t -1 t - . - Over FCrshlHZS' I I'll g Store, - - - : J, iVLATTXjVGrXiX ! F17BLI3HEE AXD raOPRIF.TOR. TEEJ!S OF SiESfClPTIOX. " Ifpaidin advance, or within three months, .2,00 If not paid within three months ...r $i0 If not paid till the emi of the year JJ.IW , Town suh.-eriber3 whose paper? are delivered by j the carrier will be charged ."0 cents per antun ad- j dittoral. ' ! U No pip?r discontinued until all arrearages i are pid,uule? it the cption ol'thc puVJiLer . j TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One svJre f or less, three weeks, or J.-ss, each Additional insertion 50 cent?. Larger advertisements in proportion. Less than half a square to be charged as hall a square, orer b.ilf si'iare tobe charged a a wholcsquare- Business car-?, one year, 10 line? $.00 Business cards, six months, 111 linos, 5,00 Quarter column, "t m...

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 May 1865

L 1 J. THE REPUBLICAN. "a ' . -w r A1 I'LY.MUlfTlf, INI)., THURSDAY, KAY 11, 12S3. The War Ended. TT feel ilrat e rsa now safely announce that the war ia virtually Ter and peace ricar at lian.l. TT? rrhet armies h:irc nearly all surrendcri'd, l;iid ljwn their arm an l pona bom on parol. The srmlleT armies in LouMnnri, ArkiiH.ii and Texas will soon follnw tliff example, an I the roving pucr- J nils band will soon be disposed of. We do not I think thrr will he ant trore fihtin of conso cjneure. Is not t'iU serious news? The rebell ion is crushed, our Union preserved, and all ein rejoice at th happy res-jit; cu.istene-1, however, ly the recollection of the great sacrifice ia blood and treasure it has cost us, r.nd the many happy Kornea nude desolate. Our bojs in blue, who hare survived the conflict, are already arriving at Home, and the authorities ate making arrange ment! to discharge all tut 10,00-3 as toon as pos aibte. One half of i!ioe ret lined in service will be black troops, Mi...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. REÜI0VAL. Buck k Toan have removed their Plammoth Kardware Store to the North Room of the New Brick Block. jas-it " mti i ii ii i i m Tat Presbyterian Soci.ible ylll be held next TiiesJay evening at the residence of Mrs. John L. Westervelt, in Walnut Orore. A cordial inviti tioa is extended to all to be present. A number of of drifted men readied here ves tcrdr from IndiatiapoIW'lMvinjj been honorably discharged. About 803, wc learn, were dilured at that place on Tuesday. We also learn Uiat the 15öth Regiment which left Indianapolis a week or ago for Washington, has been ordered back to be muttered out. Common Fleas Court for this county convenes next M nJ.iy week. The editor of the Dement, speaking of the Corporation election, in his List iu;, rap Lis broth er in-liw and a few of Um fJerrian friend over the knuckles io tfie following spirited manner: The latter (fusion ticket) w.u a Tory weak af fair, and only served t demonstrate the m.ilice of 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. — 11 May 1865

caci THE REPUBLICAN A Poen Recited by Hr. Lincoln. Ta vi EUtors of tle Ecenhj rust: i haTe been urged by several friend to ncnd you the enclosed poe rn, ritten down'bf myself from Mr. Lincoln's lip. anJ although il mty not bo vcw to all of your rederü, the events of the last week girc it now n peculiar ir.tcrcst. The circumstances under which this copy was written arc the?: I was with the President alone one evening in his room, ilurinj the time I was painting my large pict-urc of the White House, Inst year.' He presently thcw aside his pen and papers, and begin to t ilk t me of Shakspe.ire. He sent Hitle "Tad," his son. to the library to brinpa ciyy of the phijs. and then read to ma pevenl ;t his fa vorite p.sge:, showing genuine Appreciation of the great poet. Relapsing" into a udder strain, lie laid tin book aside, and leaning back in his C&nir, said: "There ij a poem which ha been a great favor ite with me for years, which was firt shown to me when a vaung mm by a lriend, an...

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 May 1865

f T TT A TTT iN. Ü VlKUv V REPUBLICAN, VOL. 9. NO. 290 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 18, 18G5. WHOLE NO. 445. f bb m m m m m m mm mt mm mm i m t i i 5 j i THE REPUBLICAN. OFFICER Over Persuings' Drug Store. roiusRii ad raoratrroa. TERMS OF SrESCCIPTIOX. IT paid in advance, or within three months, $2,00 If not paid within three months 2,50 if not paid till the end of the year $3.00 Town subscribers whose papers arc delivered by the wtrrier will be charged :0 cents per antun ad ditional. CT ?fo piper discontinued until all arrearages art paid, unless at the option of the publisher, TERMS OF ADVERTISING: Onesqnareof 220erasor less, three week?, or ess, $2,1)0, each additional insertion 50 cents. Larger i Ivertisementsin proportion. Less than hilfa square tnbe charged at half a square, over hilf a squire tobe charged a? a wholesquare. Business caris, one year, 10 lines, $.00 Business eards, sit month", 10 lines, 5.00 Quarter column, 3 month, 6.00 m 6 "00 m 12 15,00 II. REEVE, 1TT0SXE...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. PL. YMOVTU, IND., THURSDAY, HAY 18, 1865. Gen. Sherman and the Copperheads. The Copperhead prcsj of the country hav un dei taken to tiefend General Sherman's arrange ment with the rebel Gcncr.il Johnston. Tliis f.ict t itself id din mare to injure Gen. Sherman with feral people than ar.y thing els. Their juMlfica lion ol the act of .-ny man is almost sufficient to ! liiun Lim. . Jt at least ciuses loyal men to regard hint with suspicion Geo. Shermin's arrangement w jih Johnston as toriahed and martified every friend of theUuion, who up to that time hid been his warmest ad-1 mirers and rejoiced most loudly over his brilliant victorie?, while those who arc row defending and ulogisiog him stood aloof and l ioke J sullen and moody. It is thought by some who have endcav-! orcd to find an explanation of the extraordinary course of Gen. Sherman on the occasion referred to that he was actuated br ambitions raotires eu- j tir'ely the desire to mike himself by this act th j fi...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. 'jr- r . - LOCAL DEPARTMENT.- Conm CENTt CofiirrTKE. Tl Uu!cm Rc publican Central Committee of Marshall county U requested to meet at Phillip &, Johnson's Lair office, in Pijmouth. on Saturday, May 27, inst t 2 o'clock, P. M.ttoc?nault upou matters of im portinee. The following gentlemen constitute the com mit -teti Thorms K. Hjughton, C. C. Buck, II. R. Peruin, Eli Parker, EJwanl Newhouse, Wm. Cox, John Sherwood, James Q . Park?, Joseph Trowbridge, D. R. Wood, Jjmci A. Corse, Jacob Bejler and R. II. Norrie. PaisoNEts IIcaio From. John T. Ilindcll and Aa P. Slujtcr, of the 73d, who were captured on the 29th of August last, hire at last been heaid from, and report thomsclres inside our lizes in Florida, all right. MB A number of soldiers from this county have re turned home during tin past treck with their dis charges in their pockeU- We welcome thera back and hope soon to welcome all back that belong to the county. When they all return it is the inten tion to giv...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. When the Boys Come Home. Tha touching inquiry, "When will the soldTer 'tome homer is now cpon every tongue. The richest fruit cf victory are Peace, and the most delightful results ol Pcaee are that we shall meet our beloved ones noon. In this spirit the follow- rag litres, by Roskbt .Morris. L. L. D., are com 'posed as the emtXKUmcnt of the universal wish that "The Boys rar soon Coma Home." The tan to which the are adapted is the Scotch mel ody, When the Kie came Ham." Oh cheery riniratne chnreh bell that eil h" fall of Lee, An! merry roan the cannon th;t thornier Victory . ro -trier shall Hi IwlN ring:, th cannon louder boom, Aad brighter he the morning hen th. boy come hotnr, WlKn this crnel war Is ever and the toys come home. Ws'r waited, fit wi-'t waited, as weirr Tri went . ir praver 'twas bnt a gr:nninr.nnrong 'twas hut a sish. No tnnnr ray of traolnen our Inn.l was drapo.1 in -:J-om, While ws yernrnl t- tee the ending an-1 the boys come home, nt tho boy com" l...

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 May 1865

f TU O!. ..-.i o Tuf E EEPÜB VOL. 9. NO. 30.1 oPJxYMOUTHr INDIANA; THURSDAY, MAY 25, 18G5. WHOLE NO. 44G. Vi X ?r4 n iXii A ' a TTTrTrrn MA ,,TIIE REEUjBLIOAN. OFFICE, Over Persuings' Drug Store. rc-Lt-uca and raor-alEToa.. TERMS OF SI BSiKirTI. If paid in advance, or within three months, $2.00 If not paid within thrre months $2.50 If not paid till the en.i of the year $3-00 Town subscribers whose piper arc delivered by tlx carrier will bjcüiarged M cents per auburn ad-diiil-OoJf- OfiXXOrrtiilJL ! Jj" So pver lucontinued until all Arrearages vrepaid.unlcssat the option of the publisher TERMS OF ADVERTISING: One - -n re of O-JTems or less , three weeks, or eSS 'D, each additional insertion 50 cent. Larjer f hlir r??Vte Chirped lU h If a qmartOTi r hxlT X ire tobe charged aj wholf jqnarf. . Bum?. car.ono jr.ir, n lim? SJJ TJusine-u cirds. six month. 10 lines, Ou-rter column, 3 month, . . . 6.00 h " 12 .15,00 C IL KEEVE. iI - " :- T rT"y -r - f ITTOSXET AT L1W Aa3 PrBUC, War Claim and ...

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 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN PLYMOUTH, IND., THURSDAY, HAY 25, 1365. Corrrt Cevtjul Committk. The Union Re- publican Central Committee ef Mar-hall eoimtj ! i, rrm,, t.. .i .Hitn. . JnhnWa U : r5ce, in Plymouth, on Saturday, May 27, inst., at 2 o'clock, P. M., to consult upon matters of im-fortane?. r it . ... .... .. i ft v n niiti iiiL'ai; iuhiuus: mvj will utter II lit The following centleraenconstituta the commit- i. v i ... . .,."' t. t, , t , ,w n ! us minfulir.byt always n-ckun opportnnitv in the tee: Thomas K. Houghton, C. L. Buck, II. R.da-k, and then if we arc prepared for them they Perahin?, Eli Parker, Edward Newhouse, Wm. I will break ami ruu There wm not a man hurt. Cox, John Sherwood, James O. Park', Joseph n0 lo"m side, except that of ammuni TrowbrUge, D. R. Wood, James A- Corse, Jacob BeyUr and R. II. Norria. The President has is3ued a proclamation open ing to foreign commerce all the porta of the United Rates, except those on the Texts coast , from ao! , after Julv 1st. A part of...

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