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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 25 May 1865

r-ir7 . l-.m. . ... --? r-s-,. i- 3.'.TJ THE REPUBLICAN. m " , a m - , LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Interesting to Discharged Soldiers. Br in act of the last session of Congress, all era discharged by reason o( wounds received io iine of dutj, arc entitled to the same bountv as if thev hvl nerved out the full term of enlistment. Soldi er? enlisted nndcT the special order of June, 1S63, granting three hundred dollars to raw re cruit ar.d four hundred dollars bounty to vs-tcnuis hare been disclvircd on account of wounds received iu line of dutv, and who received only parC.il pnyracnt of bountv, and all other soldiers entitled to the otic hundred dollars bountr, can hare their claims promptly settled, bv apjljing to rhi Hips Si, Johnson, GoTcrnmcut Claim Aent, Flvmouth, Indiana. Fiar. On Mond i r morning last about niu o' clock, the board kiln of Mr. David Conger, south of the Railroad Depot, in thfc place, was discov ered to be on fire, which, in spite of the prompt xertions made to extinguish 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. — 25 May 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. ' The Dylns 'Girl's Lament. The following, though oil, is tho prettiest thing in the language: itr-ist 1 rns ir.iT from tliis lovely earth, "hr il l- r.'. K tu and the birua hae l.rth, r l In miiMC flit' has l..t one tone! In he flns!i..i yomn, hü -p"" "-. V lifo, likcasaany train is ate-Jin . . O'er flowers btse treathinp rs arm ad due?, As lip so t murmuring of Kve in their sleep; When at! tint ;n win me to earth are mine The dearest affections around n.e 'twine In a home whet"? lli"T watch me with ..win rye., .' h. IWh, wilt tlion sunder such VI tlea! OVr t ho fol.K-n h?n n -lia-low is thrown, ' Tey steak to nv spirit of Joy alone, While no blight on the ro.e-hiu-d hlom lies All is sons a bhwrn 'math the summer ekuS, Th-re is j 'T for m- in the s rca't.ed " Whare th ui.t-Mrd Mnpi in tic stilt huhd hour; There ii ! f-r me is the fc-st.il throng In th.i rnazv d-inc; aiid the , aiklinff org. A Hush on uiv liet-k. a lbt in niv eye. And my heart thrvb.4 www h vhy must ...

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. — 1 June 1865

! ".ffi.d JL i"!:Co:n wtk;,,t; .kli it .. It .1 1 i . i EÜEPUB MGÄN kl AJl - i . ....... Jr A f : , V C ? I ' -7,7 haw cs-ß. :.rr-i :t tl-o . JJijYMQUTlii "INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1805. VOI.. 9. NO. 31.1 WHOLE NO. 447. OFFICE, m -mrm i- : wm Ve MCCr M. CI ,fltli, .' " 1 mmT'TVTi' T" -V JL. JV1.JL. -L. J- -LXNi J--IB 9 rriLisiim aid morniKTOK. TEEMS OF SIESIKIPTIOS. Ifoaldin advance, or within three months, $.0.00 If not paid within three months tf not paid till the end ot the year i.v Town subscribers whose papers arc delivered by . v will I . . VirrrA.1 ;) rpnff npr nriira ail carrier will be charged ."0 cents per annum ad- i- IT oirrnf ,T IT No p tper ÄjcontinncJf antif atl arrearages HC UUIKI k IUC uuimu 1' line I'UJii.inl r miim rpnnuj rr nVPnTlSIVP' 1LUM.5 Ut Al. L.Ullöl... Oae,vreof 2remsor1eSs, three . weeks, or :ess, $2,n,each add,t,o.ial ,nerton 5) eent- LirjftH IrertHCmentJnl pn'"'t",r '-58 t)P irÄOO Basiness eard-, sis month?, 10 line?, 5.00 Quarter column, 3 month. 6,...

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. — 1 June 1865

THE REEÜBLIÖÄjS" PL-YXOHTir, IN1., THURSDAY, iJülWJ I, 1865. " A Chatt-imi dispatch anroances the arrival f Iljwell Colb anl Mj.forv. the lite rebel Sr rebel Sccr. prisoners of arj of the Navv, "jitlKit place as LT. 1 1 n orf... - - - 4 .2 .1. . 1 r . . . . P. .. . . i.... i 16--h,bctneina LVion forcMirUcr Colonel Dir - r!t, and the rebels under buuTiler. The enemy -svere drircn tatard Brownsville, bat being rvia forced, rallied an ! cnmnellcJ t'io Union forces to retreit to Cmzh, with n Ichs of ?evonty-two tilled, wjtr.ilc-1. anl raisin.?. C ipt 11:1 SeJ 'trie anl en tenant Temple, tl tho 3 Itli Indiana, ware cap tured. Slaughter c'aimi a great victory, but nd u'ts a loss of fort v tilled. ' The custom h 'w atSivjtmli his been reopen ed. The fi.-it sVpiaciit of cotton, two hundred aui ily btlea frj.-n A-iUit 1, h i.l arrived. There re thirty-Sve tlwuin-l b Jes of cotton at MacJn, an! tv.rrc hnnJrcd thotmnl bales in Gcprs?a altogether. v. m Tlie folloTizij appointments hare recently...

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. — 1 June 1865

THE -REPUBLICAN; LOCAL DEPARTMENT. T Cow- The season has been rather back ward in thU region, but the farmers, we under stand, bar general! fia'uhcJ planting corn and potatoes, though, owing to the cool weather thej are not growing Tcrjrapidfy. still there is plenty time, houlü the reason prore favorable from this time forward, for thesa crop to ratture. Wheth er the uaaal breadth has been planted wa h iv not been able to asce rtaia, bat, presume there are te rt few uncultivated fields in the county. The wheat crop never looked more promising. The season thus far has been very favorable to th:s ce real. ftre,barlr and oats also look fine, we learn. Th late frost destroyed the cherry crop almost entirely, and injured the strawberries somewhat, as well as the apnles, though thera prorates to be fair crop of both strawberries and apples. IIuc kleberrie, we understand, promises to be abun dant. It is too soon in the season to speak of cranberries. G(imi ScHOOL.Mrs. Buffiwjcr has opened ...

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. — 1 June 1865

THE REPUBLIC AN. Captured Rebel Documents. The.Times's special f.-ora Rale!?, the l?th siya that 4h.e reccrtlscf the rebel War Department, sur rendered by General Johnston., re achid that place on the- l&ftJ Tltcre ia eighty three boxes aud the toUI weight i prjb'l r eiht' tons. and filled ail wjyfoiu. One box. marked Papers and Books, General Lea Headquarter?," contained 'Origin.-J draft" of Lee's repoi-ts of battle's and p.-.nip.ii;n3, and other pipers of some irarxHUncc. The ori gin il report of the Gettysburg campaign was found in is, be sides ierera.1 c?l.eriikU;rcript3 :in Ges. Lee's own hi:.i wrliiuj. Another box is marked 'Official report of D.ittJo3 A. nJ J. G." und ;s b-3X l ibelled "Te!epr.!;:ii3 and Te'.eswph' Books," whi"rh will ar lon'it-d'v irive a pood Je.tl of history of the rccent woikiii of the r bet Guiemmenf, is some of the uipahcs are supposed t- pertain to the secret service. Large Innes containing fli3 and colors, captured from different rcginicnta of our...

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. — 8 June 1865

r . . . .. . ... r i .... in, r 1 1-r-i-i ri 11 in iiiniii lr .tt-.i hi kp li c.iir n x i r. .'MAM REPUBLICAN PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, 18G5. WHOLE NO. 448. VOIi. O.NO. 32.1 ' aLf COUNTY TVfTF. T?T7PrnRT,Tf! A AT f -1-UL X A-A i AUJX, ,V JU.MA. Ui-XXi .j jj OFFICE, Orcr Persuings' Drug Store. PL'ULISHER AMD fRONtlCTO . TERMS F sicsie:ptix. i Ifoallin advance, or wit'jin three months, 2.00; If not paid within turet months. , ""n i If m paid till the fisdctjie v; S-V Town subscribers whose payers arc delivered by i the carrier will be charged U cents per antun ad- ; litiAii.il, ,r . . , , , 13" N'o p?r discontinued until all arrearages j re p lid .unless at the optiou of the publisher j s TERMS OF ADVERTISING: j Oneaqaareof 22') era or less, three week?, or , Z3. $2.'J),ech additional insertion 50 cent. j Larger i i verti scments i a proportion, l ess than hit fa siuaretobe chirked as hall a square, over j IWnesacar.s.ojte year,!') Mtua, lousiness sards, six months, 10 line...

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. — 8 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LYMOITU, IX P., THURSDAY," JUIW 8, 1865. , Wendell Phillips In Cl37er. That noted LsliimeHte, rernnrka the IaJianapo !w Journ'il, Wendell PhUiifä, is hippj once mo'e, because lie Ii.is found yomethln;: for which to as s.iil ?.ie AJaimistraiHni. Mr. Garrison, who had Seen for yeari the president of the select party Lftovrn Radic.il Abolitionists, recently ndviscd the dieliiinding of the association, n-jrarding its work al accomplished by the practical destruction of slavery throughout thtt United States. His d- ricc was orcrnlcl, anl Mr. Phillipj wm elected ia hit f'ace. Mr. Garrison U a nun of honest impulse?, and possewtl of pnct'c;tl common sense, a commodity -J!y lacking in the make uj of Mr. Phillip, al though the latter has an' abundance of uncommon sense. Mr. Phillips i s disposed to magnify his of fi.ee, as is manifest from his PhUUpie ngair.st Presi dent Johrwcr, deliVered bef jre t'ie New Enjlml Anti-SlnTpry Convention, at Boston, two days aro. The telegraph...

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. — 8 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. StLftr School. Mm. Kate L. Tvner, an ac compfWipJ and experienced teacher, will open a f!ct gchiol .far voting lJies and c'ihrrtrrt, Oo Monday next, in WV-tervelt II .til, in this place.' Mr. T.ii conipeUut au J capable teacher, and wt h ivf no J.mU will ;:ive entire satisfaction to nil wh j patronize her. !ic dvserrfta a full school. Scddm Dram On Sunday mrninj last Mr. John Null ana wife of thi plitee etartf d to 50 to Valpirai) oo a visit, liking with them their in fant dtnzhter, Cash trim, beautiful chilJ, two nnJ a hilf years oM, which was apparently in good hea'th, atvi couiioueJ in thtt coniilion up to four o'clock that evening, when it suUen!r com menccil crying an 1 complained of a p.iiu tn one le of it f'u'e, cornmenoiup soon after to vomit, and in halt" an Inur expired. TI10 diseonaoUte parents returned the same evening, brinzin back with them the corpse ol their lovely child which they li.vl ttrtod wir with ouly a few hour be fore full 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. — 8 June 1865

THE" URPt'BLI C!A Nt Artemas V7ard on the Drama. Mr. Ward" has been annoved by the remarks oda c-rm shit hlwni firr .. f -1 cbaoucter clevawd aud refined. . He savs: - J I mtinti'n thai nit tzgen is more elevation! than n ihe plavs ever written. Take Snakspcer for instance. People think hjs't rveat things, but I contend qqite thereverse to the eontrarv. What sort orseiise i s lair to Kinj Eer. who "oes ronnü i cujsm ins darters, chawrn5h.1v, and throwio; straws at fo'.ksu 1 larfia like a silly old koot, ai laakinj a a of hi ms-lf generally .. ; 4 4 - ' Tlre's Mrs- Macbeth she's a nice kin 1 of wo man to Tinve. ain't she a puttin old Mad, Iter hus bml, up to si ijin Dane m vit:v -a ehees knife, while he's paying a friendly visit toth.tr houses. O.its mjglity mowHtr. i ayom, when ehe lifs wiid It, and sez,""g::i m-J theda:;.rs i'li let h:3 bow el) our,' or wrUi to that effect i s y th'w. U aHT strictly proper, rSpose.7 That JackFaw Uta ( U Hkewlsa an Iramorral old ciüs, take, him as r...

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. — 15 June 1865

Republic HM COUNTY A. A VOL. 9. NO. 33.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1865. WHOLE NO. 410. ifARS i THE REPUBLICAN. OFFICE, Oecr Persuings Drug Store. X. IVI rrLI9HEl AD flOflltTOI ' ; " I TERSS or Sf BSfKIPTIOS. tf Mid in aJrance.or within three months, $2,00 , rr... .whin three months $2.50 I If nt paid till the end of the year $3.00 Town subrribcrs whose pipers arc delimed by the carrier will be charged .V) cents per annum ad- j vjitinl. ' ' ! IT No po?r THContinned ontil all arrearages to the ireeomen oi tne south the ngnt ol sell-pro-rt paid .aniens at the option ofthe publisher j tcction by the ballot.' President Johnson also, in a speech delivered in TERMS OF ADVERTISING: j Baltimore before the death of Mr. Lincoln, after n...nreor 22eraor less, three weeks, or , ' , . .... . , .: rn '12 ....15,00 II. REEVE, JTTOIXET IT L1W 1XD XOTIHT PrBUC, War Claim and Insurance Agent, Ha reiomd practica apain. CVferMon and Probate iai prom?tl attended t at m rate charprs. B-iaoty....

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. — 15 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, IND., THURSDAY, JUNE 15th, 1365. Notes of Third Series of 7-303 now ready. The demand for the Second Scries of the 7-31 Kotes w:i:i great tint the Treasury Department .. . .:.u .m:,.. was unoic to pruw mem u bu.....v..w ...r..,, tj fill the orders. It wmi be remcmiRTei mu ,a hundred million were subscribed aud paid for in a single week, nie printin presses have finally surmountf.1 the difficulty, and on Wednesday, June 7th, the deliveries of the Third Series com-j moneed, and will be ciiitinurd with the same ... , , ., , ... . prumptneasth itmirked the supply of the not ! of the first an 1 sec ond acnes. It Ins been this in- terrupfion of delivery at the timi of subscription which has given an appearance of a filling off i:j the p vmlar taking f the loin, the great body o! saj II takers bring nnwilling to pay their money unless they receive their notes light in hand, to carry th?m home. It is expected t'iat after this j week the daily subscriptions to the S...

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. — 15 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Dkath of a SoLDira James A. Bücher, of Co. r,20th lad. Rep:., died at Jackaonville, Flor ida, on the I4th of May last." He wis & son of Martin and Agnes Bucher c Walnut townihip, in this county, and ws a most worthy younjr man and brave soldier. II enlisted in the early part of wo believe, while the re enlisted veteran? of the 20th were at home on furlough, and went to the from along with the returning veterans, and wis engnged in all the battles between Grant's and Ls armies during thj months of April and May following. He was captured early in June last within a few mile; of Richmonl, and shortly after sent to the rebel pen at AnJer-onville, Georgia, where he was kept nntil the latter part of April last, when the rebels released him on paro!e and sent him into our lines near Jacksonville, where he arrived on the 2D.h of the s-imj month, but being too weak to travel, having had the tliarrhoe for sotne time, he was sent to the hospital, whjf re ...

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. — 15 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. A Subjugated Rebel Governor. The telegraph onnoifnccs that Gorernor Brown, f Gtror-ia, hü been released li-oin arrest, and is oa his war home, under i pledge to work earnestly for the re-uoraiion of Geor-'iA t ler allegiance. We luven. dmiSt thit the Governor wi'.l laith fully keep his pledge- peutl mm firm ihi city, 1ij kne-v uini b-j fore the war, w u a p-i?3encr on the train l!ut atr ;ed the ex Govern or of Giori i frm r"itNbtir ta WhinMii, nljj permittevl by tc ofi"cr a c'urge tt confers.! with him freely. He repre sent? him SA'nx Ihn he wis an earnest and ltouest atlhe-ent of the dlhrnn theory of Suie aorereitv before anJ at the comni-ueemont of f'iOw.ii ::! j'-istifio-J the rebellion to himself on f h.U ground, n-tt th.it when JetF D iv'h attempted t make h:s jverninent a eon solid tcd de-;vtin. and aimt.iir.cl in it by the qreit boJy of the prnfs.4eJ S..tu Rights politician of the South, he oo.oscJ him por.-ou iny and oG.i ally, and would hare brn el-d if1 CJu...

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. — 22 June 1865

4 mssx HALL- COUNTY PUB 1 ! f 1 -4 4 yOL. 9. NO. 34.1 PLYMOUTH, 'INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1865. WHOLE NO. 430 MARS RE A iU 1 - 2 TTfF l.TPTTTJT Tf1 A lT f XXXJ -LtXJX UlJUlVAil. j . ..., OFFICE, Over Persuings' IJrtig Store. rCILISHII AID mOrRIETÜR. TKttMSOF SlBSfRIPTIOX. tf piM'm advaucc, or withinthrce months, $'2,00' If not pii'J withiu three month? $'2,50 U nt DiJ till the end f the rear S J-W Town subscribers who?e papers are delivered by J the earner will be charged M cents per anuun ad ditlAnal. . 5 ; O" N piper discontinued until all arrearages ire paid, unless at the option ofthe publisher TERMS OP-ADVERTISING: Ouenireof 22Pemoc les, three week?, or !ess, f j;i),each additionaliiisertion 5.0 cent?. Lirer A'Jrertiäementin proportion.. Less than hilf a s hilf limine? Business Quarter column mm. C. REEVE, 1TT6&XET AT L1W AXD XOTACY rtCLK, War Claim and Insurance A pent, IT" Tr iin'1 practit-r aain. ril'Tfifii awil 1' r tninft pnm;tly a'fru!i"l ! at .iniMl..r:0- rtir-. O...

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. — 22 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, 1M., THURSDAY, JUNU 22d, 1665. Pob Riising at Walserton. Rv a nrir t- not from rorrosnori'lent we team I that the t-iiixoiK of Walkerton mil vicinitT erected j "e in .cw l ork. to ascerU.n n what terms , , i ni(hcrn land can ho obr.imcd. The c.nit:il oi on lai ..iur.l.tr Wrmt.fu. lihrrtj pole, n'l.v ! rl.c societv i, now i:".) ,00(1, and will he inereas hiiM Iip.1 fiel in height, t. the tpof whuh the j id to XT 1 .000,'XHI if the report of their ngentd i;hniii St.trs and Stripp were hoisted, amid the i' favorable. thunder f :trti!'err, ilc clutter of drum-, and the John Miu hcl has ben taken to Toi trees Mm- 1.UU i ff the muiliti.de. Several linrt and patri-: anJ j"'1 be tria l,,r1Ä ci vi.! ctl'"f- " X' , . , , ulictmont for trc.ifon, found aunst him by the speenua were mm nwe, aner wuicn u.e prop;e ueptriea to tlic'r hoMrs, seemingly well itltW. 'th tht ir l.i3 troik. As a buine;t point Walkerwu has fow cnals in tOTns of her ?iz in Northern Indian i, and h...

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. — 22 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Editorial Cönyextiox. The Waräaw Indian ian proposes that a Convention of Northern Indi ana Editors be held in tl.U place some time in Julj or August. The sii-?cstion meets our hear tj approval. We think a Convention of Editors inthii part of the State to eonuit upon various matters of interest to themselves cannot foil to prove highly beneficial. Fix the time, gentlemen, and notify ns, and we we will do all in our power to render your visit to our beautiful and thriving town at least pleasant. Niifw Escort. Mr3. Vinncdcre, wife of Mr. Ad.im Vinnede of this place, on Saturday after noon las, attempted to start a fire with coal oil af ter lighting a m.itch.when the oil in the vessel ijj nitad and exploded, scattering the blazing fluid over her clothe, when he ran ov.t of loor, scream ing loudly. Fortunitelv Mr. John Woodward happened to be near at hand, heard her crj of dis hc.ind hastened to her relief. He threw her down and by throwing dirt on her ...

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. — 22 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. Circular. EXÜCCTTTK DeFRTMETT Of ImDI.A, ) Adjltvxt Gjcssiul's O'rrcK, INDIANAPOLIS, Jur.j 12, 1SG3.J UnJer tho order? oftiie War Djrtmcntdircct iir the muster out of all troops whoso terms ex pire prior to October lr, lC, the following named Regimen' and B.itteiies, Indiana Volunteer, are tnttiled tobe ra isterel oui ts orjitizitiom: A KMT OF THE TE.XN ESSKE. 60th Regiment Mustered in Aug. 19,156;. . S3d Regiment Ei'it corapiniea mnterJ in Senf. 9, ltr; one company Nov. 2, 97th Regiment MlsU red in Scpt.2 , I5C2. 9!;h Regiment Six coinpinio,öept. 27, lG2; oüö company mHtercJ in O.-t. !.. r 7, l6"2; one comrinj mustert.'! in October t1, and one comp in v 0t. 2j, 1-GJ. 190th Kejiment Isferil in Oct. 4, 101st Regiment Maseru J in O.-t. 3, 1?G2. ARMY OP GF.ORGM. "Oth Regiment Mastered in Ag. 102. 74th Regiment Muster rd in Aug. 27, 1-T2. lolh Regiment Muntre 1 ia Aug. 19, l?-C2. S2J Regiment M.isUvel in Aug. 31, 161 Kitli Regiment Mustered in Sept. 21, 16K'2. ? 7th Regi...

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. — 29 June 1865

''.MAR EEPU A. A VOL. 9 NO. 35.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1865. WHOLE NO. 451. ESA COUNTY BMCAN. I THE 11EPÜBLICAN; OFFICE, " Ottr Persuings") Drugstore. . roiusmt aid rioniiTüR. " TEK.M3 OF 'SlBSIKIrllW. If Rat lin advance, or withinthree months, $2,00 If not paiJ within three months.. .. . . . -. If not paid till the end of thenar..... $3.00 Town subscribers whose papers are delivered by Ihe carrier will be charged 30 cents per annum ad- : lilienal. ' ' Xj" No piper Jiä3ntinued until 11 arrearages . re pid,unlessat the option ofthe publisher j hiss . . TERMS OF ADVERTISING: , ' would be desirable to have done. Mr. Johnson Oaeaqaareof2"20emsorless, three weelts.cr ! nJ thmk the Southern negro ought as a muter es. " D-J.each additional insertion 60 cents. ofsiinp.c Justice, to haveth right of suffrage; he L-ir-er-i'lrertiscmentsin proportion. Less than J my even believe that public policy would be fur half square to be charged as half a square, over ( hered by giving hi...

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. — 29 June 1865

THE REPUBLICAN. '-3 Z r . .-. Tot -TT-: .-J 4 PLYMOUTH. INI., THURSDAY, JUNtl 29th, 1865. The President's Policy. The Frc-iden! applies hinrcU" closely to bini bfss. It ia Slid ih;i the attempt to Tvlcriza the adnvr:t:tr.ition l.kclj to be a failure. Wliile t!ie TreiiJcnt vil! JampT(? jiHtioc tn all loyil Dewiocrjfs an J crli.il'v fritern'ite with them, ha i will mt tarn 1:U b.uk on the great pit'v which electeJ him. Tkere are ni indication i it r.raent of anj re ihte chinge in the Ci'oinct. im Great Conflagration in Sllstowaka. We learn from the Misluwak.i Enterprise of Satnrd last, that the extensive Wagon Manufac tory of Millburn &. Co., a Woolen Factory and McMillan's Sash and Blind Shop, were consumed by fire the evening previous; the fire breaking out ia one of Millburn & 'Jo.'s shops a few minutes rnst six o'clock. The Enterprise estimates the loss at from $.73,001) to $1!0,C00, and says it id n evens blow upon MUhawaka, throwing a large number of workmen with familie...

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