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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 25 January 1866

CAN A J VOL. 10; NO' 13.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 18GG. WHOLE NO. 481. COUNTY REPU BXjI A Weekly Journal deyoted to News, Politics, Literature, &c.,' , Is published every Thursday Morning by . , . -'.. I. Hattingly, Editor qnd Proprietor. 'OfSec southeast corner Michigan and Gano street?, OTcr rerslring t Co' Drug -Store. . : i. ...... , . ' - Term of Snfoi iplion : If pofcj in advance, or within three mouth. .f. 2.00 If not paid within three months - 50 if rot paiJ till the end of the year 3.00 Twwn subsfritKTS whose papers are delivered by the carrier will be charged fifty cents per annum additional. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of A1 veillsin: One pure of 21) ems, or less, three weeks, or !e, $"2.1M; each additional insertion fi ft v cents. Istrgcr advertisements iu proportion. Less than lull a square to he charged as a halt square Over hall' a square to be charged as a whole square . Busine...

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 January 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOirrir. 1KD THURSDAY, JANUARY 25. 1866. Th Delinquent ux list is reriscd ah.l corrccttd is week. A few errors occurred in setting up this th Swt.ertn on TlisrsJar afternoon, we had no time toe-ompr. proof with the or"ml copy hut week. Dmoerf. e What good will the revision atd correction lo? It wag too Ute to be oi any IcLefit. The Auditor will hardly cl! nny Lids the descriptions ef which wore incorrect in the first IiisUnce. If he doc he will pet himself into . mice scrape. Neither will the Treasurer dare collect the costs of advertising from deümyieuti whose laadswcrc inipropciU de- Silibcd. Kentucky Democracy. Democracy in the Kentucky Legislature, re marks the Indiana Journal, is emphatically a "pe culiar institution." Ilatin a majority in each branch, one of the first act was to repeal the law dlsfranchjiUij those citizen of the State who had served 'yV rtbcl army. The next, was to expel 11 Union men whose eats were contested. By enlarging the franchise, som...

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. — 25 January 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Personal. C. E. duller, Eq., of the S3uth Bend Register, dropped 1.1 upon us unexpectedly on Saturday evening last about T o'clock, anil epent an hour or two with u In consultation upon the state of the Co 1 try. He started the ereninf pretiouafor Rochester, via La Porte, but had fceen detained br the accident on the C. P. A. C. R. R. Mr. Fulltr u a gtnial geo leman of fine Conversational powers, and o( course the time he pent with us glided rapidly away. Mr. Rojen, of the Stark County Times, alto honored u with a call Tuesday morning. We were aorry to learn from him that ha does not ex pect to revive the Times, the suspension of which was announced in the last isnue. Mr. R. is a young mn of fine talent and could shine in a much larger place even than Fl j mouth as an editor. "California Paper. We are greatlr obliged 'to om "Trend, Hen. Thoe. J. SherwtHul, of the California Assembly, for papers from various por tions of thai Slate. JMormWMther Fine ...

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 January 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. X 3 1 ii it (2 rod Years A uro. On hundred vc:irs iiro there mi aut a single white f:t 4 it i:i OYo, Kcirucky, Iii'ii in.t or Illinois territ 'lies. Then, whit i now the mc?t llov.ri.-h-in put of Ahum ica, w.is as liale known as the nouht'iiiu of th moon. It was not until 17(VJ .h:tt the hui.tvr of Kcntiukv, the g.iümt Boone, le!t his h j::ie in Xorth C.tr Ii:i i t.i lieeonitf the lirt pet" ler of Iveii'uckj. The fi -st pimeer of Ohio did not settle till twenty years aite. a'.uiI.'. A hundred year? aj-o C m ul.i bclonpe.l to France. ar.J th- w!n!e population f.f the LViteJ Sute u'.-l n.t c xeccl a mihon unl a half. A Inn: liej yMrs nirn the f reit Frederick of Fniisii, w.is per!.; min thoe cxpl-jits whirh h.ive r.ia.'U; Li:n im:uort.il i:! millUry anti:i!;, ;.nd with his little inofi.ircli v was sustiiii'ii ;i sintrle Iiun.Ud contest wiili Ru ,-i.i, Austri.i aid r'r.tncr, the three pie.it powers of Europe mraliixeJ. A 1 !::;':..! v.-.it-! nii f'i. ITi: t.-il Sf.ife W...

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 February 1866

COUNTY BEPUB CAN, A J A VrOL. 10. NO. 14.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1860. WHOLE NO. 482. MARSHAI f A Weekly Journal devoted to News, Politics, Literature, &c, la published every Thursday Morning by l.Hattingly, Editor and Proprietor. OiEce southeast corner Michigan ami Gano streets, ever Pershing Co" Drug Store. Term of Snlci iption: If paid in advance, or witliin three raoath. .$2 00 If not p.iiJ within three months 2 50 If tot paid till the end of the year 3.00 Town sutcribrs whose papf rs are delivered by lie CArrit-r will be charged fifty cert per annum additional. No p-spcr discontinued until all arrearages arc jaid, uuless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising: One "quire of 221 ere, or Ics. three weckt, or lew, t'2.00; each additional insertion fifty cents. Larger advertisements in proportion. Less than kail a square to he charged as a halt square. Over half a sqn ire to be chirped as a whele qvare. Business Cards, one year, ten lines $ 8 01...

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 February 1866

7 THE REPUBLICAN . - wv rLYMOUTIF, IND., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1866. niov cowcxtiox. Punntnt ta the recomrot nJation of the State Central Committee, the Union Men of Marshall County are rtquested to meet at the Court House in PI 7 mouth, en Saturday, February 10th, 136G, for the purpote r f appointing Delegates to the SUte Contention to be held at Indianapolis, Feb ruar 22J, a&d to alt?ml to tuch other buainesa as nnj proper! corns before the Convention. Bj order ef UNION CENTRAL COMMITTEE. Jan. Sl.lSßG. A Confirmed Caic of Mcndaclt j. It appear that our comments of week before hit in regard to the consumptive concern over the wat hü siirred up the bile in it sickly carcass, and ia defense it reaorti to low personalties and j the most abiurb mendacity. The whole article of nearly a column in length ia a tissue of pilly false hoods and low vulgarity, and confirms the charge we made a fortnight since, thit its editors are afflictfl with moral diptheru. It U not only a confirmed bu...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. LOO AI DEPARTMENT. nnrnt District. We understand all who own lots in the burnt district are making arrangements to put up brick building? as soon as prin; opens and mattriais can be procured. Messrs. G. Blain Sc Co.. and Wm. Hill are aireaJv putting p tem porary business houics on their lots. The buildin? of so many business bonnes here next si?on will mkbuiu3s very lively. Brick rmion, carpsutcrs, painters and other mechanics will, no doubt, be in denund. Fatal Accident. Jacob C. Allem tn, son of Mr. Leonard Allentan, and very worthy young J min, gm catiht in some portion 01 tne macainery of RaiUback'i mill in Argos, where he wa. em ployed aa second miller, on the night of the ISth ult-, and w.is so eriousiv injured th.it be died on the nijrhtof the 21th. It seems that the artery in his Irtt arm wsa sereraly bruise J, which suppurat ed en Wednesday uiht MIow ing, producing hem orrhage, which could not be stopped, and conse quently caused his death. Arretted. Lewi Ba...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. COXJtf.AI, POETRY. An editor, D.ivU Tarkor, Esq , who has pro duced lome of the best poetry ever written by a Maine man, pleased at a little incident that hap wtntd in hi familr, (ihe first occurrence of the kind,) jrivef rent to hi? fetlinr in the following interest:!:? and imagin.live effusion, entitled: "MY C ilLD'S ORIGIN." One niht as 1J St. Toter slept. He left th door of Heaven nj.ir. When through a little anel crept. An I caise down with a falling rt.u. One iminer, as the l!sJ beams Of mora approached, mj lluhinjr bride Afote from sweet and ple.iinj draci, And found t!i.i! arjrel bv her side. üoJ grint but tli's I ask no nnre Tbat when lie leaves his world of sin, He'll wing hid way to that brigh shore, And Cad that doer of Heaven again. Whereupon tome fellow of a practical turn. without any imagination, awl not poscted of the 'divine afflitin,' ha attempted to destroy the U- i Insion of David, as fulSoiTiJ ST. PETER'S REPLY. Fall eighteen liur.dred rear or m...

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 February 1866

COUNTY REPUBLICAN, A J VOL. NO. 15.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 8, I860. WHOLE NO. 483. MARSHAI tr I A Weekly Journal devoted to Kewi, Politics, Literature, &c, Is published every Thursday Morning bj IJIattinglj, Editor and Proprietor. Office southeast corner Michigan and C&no streets, OTer Pershing &. Co's Drug Store. Term r Subset Iption t If 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 are delivered bj the carrier will be charged fifty cents per annum additional. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. . .. -Sa Terms of Advertising: On square of 221 ems, or less, three weeks, or less. f2.0O; each additional insertion fifty cents. Larger advertisements in proportion. Less than hill a square to be charred as a halt square. Jverhalf a aquire tobe charged as a whole square. Bjsiness Cards, one ye...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH. IND., THUASDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1866. IWIÖ.V COXTKXTIOX. Pursuant ts tht rf commendation' of the Sute Ce ntril Committee, the Union Men of Marshall Cvuatj are requested t meet at the Cairt House in l'lvniduth, on Saturdaj, February lOtli, 166, for the purpose of appoiutiig Delegates to the Htate Convention to be held at Indianapolis, Feb ruar J 2iJ, and in attend te tuen other busintsi as I iaj properly toms before the Cuveutioo. Bf order tf UNION CENTRAL COMMITTOR Jan. 31,16. lie Louisville Courier thinks that John C. Hreckenridge would make a flrit rate Kentucky I'nited States Senator, end would be an ornament to the chamber where Clay and Webster won im mortal honors, etc. , &.C. He wouM make a each more appropriate ornament to the end of a rope. iT. Thai's to; Let the editors of the consumptive cuacera across the war wi.i doubtless thii.kweare a L-ruU for entertaining such a sentiment. We era iuelvlttd to texnt ualrown friead fcr two numbers tl the aran...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Th e Sociable of St. Thomai Parish will b held u FriJ7 evening at the rciidcnc of Mrs. CoQj. " .MM from the CcnterTll.c Union tht R. C. Corbiley, formerlj of this count r, is acting as ChM Deputy Clerk ol the Wayne County Circuit Court. Hon Thomas J. Sherwood has farored ui with a tecund lot of California papers. McClnrr Intitut. The Workingmen of riTm-uth are requested to meet in Kelly &. Ken dall's Store, ei this (Thursday; eenijr. s o'cl.wk. lor the purpose ol reoreu:x:ng the McClure Working M-n'a Institute. and arcurmg to themlTCS the bentfi'J of iu splendid Library. The Common Fleaa Court wii in aeasion here latt week. Tat Circuit Court couveuei text Monday. ! U i Eastern Star Family, No 41, will hoU iU rfJU lar cimmuu.calion on Tuesd.iT next, Feb- 13ih. All BituVueri art requci;' to be present. II. G. Thate, E. P. Robbery. Ferhins &. Co'i Store was rolled Sunday nishl ol lomi $15 r $20 worth of good. A gla had been recently brvken out ...

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 February 1866

1 THE REPUBLICAN. MY DCDORIII LCC. Tie a doz'rt or to of yeara ago. Somewhere in the west countree. That a nice (tri Ii fed, je ilooaieri kaow, By the nam of DeWah L; Ker titer wn loved bjr EJar Foe, But Deborah bj me. Now I was preen, aaJ eh wu green, As a Sumnr'i squish might be, And w lored as wirmlj at othr folk, I and mj Deborah Lee With a lore that the 'Us.s of IItxierdom Cortted her and me. Bat tonehew it happened lorg ago, la the njrufith Weal countree, Tbut a chili Marth rooming ptrt the shakes T my beutifal Deborah Lee; And the grim fleam Doctor (curat him) came And bore her away from roe: The doctor aad deith old partners the y la the agueish countree. The anjeli wintedher in heiren, (Bat they never asked for me,) And that is the reason, I rather guen, la the ague'uh West countree, That the old March wiad, aad the doctor and death. Took oT my Deborah Lee Mybeaut'.ful Deborah Lee Fron the warm sunshine and the opening flower. And bore her away from me. Oar lore was as stro...

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 February 1866

COUNTY TP TP JTTOT TT1 A "AI Ji J JJL VOL. 10. NO. 1G.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18GG. WHOLE NO. 484. ft lit A Weekly Journal devoted to News, Politics, Literature, &c, Is published every Thursday Morning by 1. Mattingly, Editor and Proprietor. O.'Sec southeast comer Michigan and Gano street, over Pershing k Co's Drug Store. Torn. or SiilKt ration: If paid In advance, or within three month. ..OO If not pii.l within three months .... 250 If rot paid till the end of the year 3.00 Town subscribers whoe pipers are delivered by the carr'er will be charged fitly cents per annum aillition.il. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Tonus of Advertising: One squire of em?, or less, three werk, or 'ss, $2.0:1; each ad Urion d insertion fiftv cents. Lirger advertisements in proportion. Le?, than bait a square to be charged as a hilt square. "Orer half a squ ic " be charged as a whsile square. Biiiii-?3 Card?, one ye:ir, ...

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 February 1866

1 ZHj I'LYJIOUTir, INU., THURSDAY. FEBRUARY IV infi ' - -"t "n I I rt f'nni ....:.. t V r V ' a- wl '" vuiiii-uii-j.i v t.iv . .i.iu Men of t!.ii cor.r.ty, held at the Cour: IIor.se 1,1 this pTiOrf on thwr column. t?.:a.,JÄ. U. . -it 1.. r.. ; I '. ym. k uil CUiifw aV will U'' JHU.I'i III aiJ'J- . , .... auv ..1TV. II. V kl.W rt i ,pS. but they wouM h ivc pM!aea much : ra7 ,,"'faC; ,,J J,l!'t tm,CctIn- l ; Vir J ä, 6 Ao U bare been, j . V UaeilUb'e faCt t!ut lte "ou mcn of Mir- k.ia.i arioo reraisin atUndaiprelun-.iurT meet- . ,.Vs of the party, ,a 1 until there i. a reform in this : 13 titer WtfCJEnut eipect to e2T?ct such an omni- .t; . . , K i z uiou as ,s necessary to impirtconSlenc and In-1 art succcs. Lomp.mnce, however, with tl.e res- j o uuar. in regard U tosh:p otjanizttion. will re-! pair m some measure the remis.no on Saturday. It :s .xpeced that Center township will lead iff in ! podt.me. Ifgoodmsn are nomintted and the I proper effort made Center can and wilt be redeem-...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. More1 Ueadins Matter. We jive conside rable more reading matter this week than usual, tthd expect to iucrease it as our advertising con tract exnire. havincr iletprmine.I nnt tn devote more than half our space to advertising in future, provided our friends par up their subscriptions promptly and induce their Union neighbor to sub-1 cribe. We pre more readinz nutter row than j most c four country cotrmporaries, and shoold we iacrea the amount to fourteeu columns our 36 column teishbori will not be much if any ahead nl min ii;t.ni m,P i.no ; .m.iw n.t mir' columns wider seven of ourcolutnnsbeinras wide . - ' . . . . . I i s eight of theirs, and six of our columns contain inj as much reading as niae of their. Vii inn Meetinr in Snrk Co. W Iiave Tece'.red the proccedfcjri of the Union mevting held at Knox, SUrk county, on Satunlsv bat. but to late for insertion in this ieu. P- McKnijht was appointed Chairman, and W. P. Chapman, Secretarv. A serie of res...

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 February 1866

Shoe Störe! SCTtmVilttMOMa j tsfftfMts,,'t v1 1 i i 4 i i i i i, THE REPUBLICAN. run Torxo y'ibott Sh i mad it. she i hisdiful. Fr t :lt:l y, v;t n t l !d Li' hu ur-r't', rijn; ar. 1 ricü.iw, .Not mo o.in; -n i r t r oIJ, i'nlf !vri:..h.:!f r.p'iViv, N'l'.V liilv.jrjcillj ;ir. S I i T i-'lT; Tii rc : ?!.!. in iwr i'.'rt: There is d.!.; in htr eye, SU o hiä s'u Immin n.ittiro, She U sehovIoU in a!l lior inU. She h:-.s taken her dipior.ii. As the mi-;sv3 ot all luurt. he c:ia tell the very moment When to sih nr. 1 whon to smile 0!:! inudH c-rro-ties churning, II u vllj-x ah !!:- vLHe. Vu;; are sr.J? How vert sciiou? Will her h ii Jj'jine fj t e Lccune. Are you n.ii v ' She is wretched, Ljiiely, t; !-;: 1! es tearful, i!umh. Are you mirthful ? II ;nr Ltr laughter, Stiver ot-.nli! will tin; tu. Fhe ein lure, an! ciU-h ami n".y you, A the angler d?e the treu?." AU oT-.l tnchelor of fjrty, Win !i ire gr-nva bul 1 and wlc; Ye A loin-cs of twenty, With your love-Iockj in your sjes Vo-1 m.iy...

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 February 1866

MARBHÄLE : COUNTY : BEPtJBMC AR "' PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 18GG. WHOLE NO. 485. VOL. 10. NO. 171 A Weekly Journal devoted to News, Polities, Literature, &c, I published erery Thursday Morning by I. Matting! y, Editor and Proprietor Office southeast corner Michigan and Gano streets, over Perching Sc. Co's Drug Store. Torrn or Sulc iptioii : tf paid in advance, or within three months. .J- 00 If not paid within three months 2 50 If not paid fill the end of the year 3.00 Twu sutcrilers whose par rs are delivered by the carrier will be charged fifty cents per annum addition il. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising: One square of 22 ) ems, or less, three weeks, or less, $'2.0.1; tach additional insertion fiftv cents. Larger advertisements in proportion. Less than hall a SMjuire to ?k charged as a halt square. "Over half a squire tobe charged as a whole square. 'Business Gird, one year, ten li...

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 February 1866

THE REPUBLICAN. 1. 1 l'LWMOUTII, IND., THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22. 1866. Tlie Frccdnim's Rurcau Hill Vetoed. TrfjiJcnt Johnson hes vetotd tie Freedmeis Bureau till. The mriwge was read in the Seuate Mondaj and Reduced a profound sensation arcong th Union members of bo:b Houses, as wc't n emon; IVicn men err rj whe re. It. l.oweTer. eh ted the corrtrhc5d ir.f,-dT, tct only m Con r?ss lut U orer the rouitry. They celebrated the tttvJ ith julilati i ar.d Crlrj: canncn. Val landlhara even flung a ßsS frcra l is wiudev and d reared it. Dcr.ocr.cj should star J Ij JoLnw-r.. T.:econJenition cf ti e mtvagt af.tr tLe read lüg trjs finished 3 rcstronf d until Tuesday 'I he scene ia Cci-rc or. Tuj!t, it $ l5ij, WSi trrrmccnteJ. The rolr.ndt piMes were crcwjfd.tr J r.ct tidy wet tLe fallctirs of tke houses full, l.ut arctud each door jecj.!e were r atted i.y jccre, ud thera t!:ej itocd f,r houis wa:t:r Id catch accounts of what was going cn ,w:tliiu tl.e Senate Hi gtllerle. were nacked at XI A.M. Co...

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 February 1866

i ! THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Major 0;leibe has again placed us under obli gation to tiim fur several copies of the SSavanaah National Republican Plymouth on Saturday last was crowded with people and teams from the couutrj. From tea o'clock until four the aide-walks so the principal business bloi-ks presented a TrJ lively appearance. There must bare been considerable busineii trani acted. f,rnt. Yesterday week was Ash Wednesday, the fiist day of the Lenten season, or fat of forty days. commemorative of the temptation of the Saviour. This season is strenuously obrred by the Roman Catholic sod other churched. Itter uinates with E.tsU-r, the festival of Christ's res- urrectiun. ?f edical. Dr. Graer will fill all appointments hi a be Dr. A. Larimore. See bills circulated aud card iu another column. Godey's Lady's Rnok for March is a splendid number. The embellishments are beautiful and th table ot contents preent a bill of fare which eannvt fail to prw ve attracting to every lov...

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 February 1866

.i . 1 i THE KEPUBLICAiS1. "I Dies Free." j An o'J, dilapidated arm höuve, id & little town io Georgia, Ion since d aeTte J by the ownfr?,' stood uV'olately br ihe road'He. Weeds grew vankly in ?hj or.ra cultivar.d cirden, throcgh which. hTe and t'ir. a bright 8 -wer htuked out. ai sometimes i star fhines t'iroiith the thick inter- uciß oi iorc?i irci. i ;:e a-;ü4 lu'i inen immp-( IJ iv thousand of horses hoo!s. the - ieurcs were j destroy rd, the rcoras ot the hiu.-ch;M defaced,; ar.d t!n JcreJ altars of Lorn? forever broken up. j Tbc r.ifht Lad fl.en, nLd it came down like a upon tr.gal an J death. There wie no cheer ful smitM. slorj that desei tcJ road. Tb Toice of l.ui;hter bad var.ihed; the found of a child's wtrry so.ij w.n a tl.in? of tho pisi. '" : fiulder.ly, in the la'vki of Hi? thick g'oom that covered the lo.-iukfti hoj-e, a ir?t was seen to glimmer, and present' a dark form ptrsed btfjre ihe uncur'aiiicJ window over the ha'l. They were not all jone, tlicn, the inaui...

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