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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 27 May 1858

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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 May 1858

AdteitUinr Bonner, of theXew YorkLedr. adver .r.-3 C. CC. THE REPUBLICAN I. nATCTfiCl.y, - - - -Editor. TharOy Ehralae, - - Bay T, 1 858. üepcülican State Ticket. for srracvF. jrnr.es. Tit Disc CC3ACE l KIDDLE, of Ca ; 2nd Ifet. AC2JUI IT.UODSKIS of Jefferson; 3rd lWst. SISOS 113DEK, of .M-rHmj. 4th Dit US. D. CKISUGLD, oCYijp- ATTORxnr rERat. LUIS T. OTTO,cfFlyk WPiURER or STATT. jcm ii. iiurEK, ofsu Juoph AUDITOR OF 8 TATE.. JL1B23H L15CE, f Vigo. SECRET. It T" OF STA AC. TTlIXUa A. PEELE, of RanJoli-h. rrt!ttINTEXIEXT OF TVBUC IXSTnCCTIOX. JXTCrSC, of Marion. T The Democratic papers, since tlie passage of the invidious English bill are confused ami confouaded two of thea agrae-in their interpretation of it rl while sota finv denounce it heartily for ira insulting menaces to freemen, and degrad ing: adruiss Io a that one slave owner is mora than equal to two non-slave hold ers, others apologise for it by declaring that it virtually submits Lccompton to a vote of tho people, and th...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 27 May 1858

-THE REPUBLICAN. rUDUSHEltr MARK. Peraoa out of the county receiving, papers marked thus after their name, will mdcrst.u.d it to minify. tiit their time had aliout expired, anl , that another remittance L solicited., ' i - ' " gjij i Arrival ad Departuru of Mail. Mail arrives front the Last, 7 00 a. m Defmrts, ' C 30 p. m. Mail arrive from tins West, 10 50 a.m. Departs. ' 8 50 a. m- . Mail arrives from the North, 12 00 m. 1 Departs, C 30 p. m. Mail arrived from the South, 6 00 p. m. Depart, 13 30 p.m. Knox -Mail - arrives Wednclys and departs Thursdays, 9 a. nt. " Arxua mail arrives and departs Tuesdays and Frida va.- Gosheu mil arrives and departs Thursday. M.vxhikuekee mail arrives ami departs I nday. All letter! to b? mailed th same day should In.' Laixh-. in i0 hour IkCihv the departure of mail. Office oen from 8 o'clock a- m. to 8 o'clock p. m. V Hereafter tho office ill 1 open on undav's only oa boor after the arrival of th Eastern mail, w from 9 tu 'J o'clock, a m. TISE TABLE...

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 May 1858

3fr. Xorrill's Land Dill One of tLa best bills introduced daring tha present session of Congress, 13 that, of 3Ir. Morrill, of ermont, giving to each "StatdÄGuantity.of land 20.000 acres for iL each Senitor.and' Representative.- foir the purpose ol agricultural education. We deem this not only oner ci tta Lest bills. Lit ono whose ultimate ,cjcf3, upon- the country can scarcely bo overrated.""' "When we bear in wind how much the prosperity of our people depends upora the amount of our agricultural prodnce, it behorei us to , do what we cau to afford our fanner the " means of acquainting themselves with the most approved methods of agriculture. It is ft well established fact, that throughout our country the science of agriculture has received but little attention. With the ex ception of small portions of a fetr States, the old methods of farming .are ; still in vogue. Ai a necessary consequence, we rind that the crops are decreasing, and, the Linda being worn out, the farmer sells, a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 3 June 1858

eigns, -liiere is io law irgarn:t ttfiiform ALL' KEP 5 J VL7 National 11 onslihi!ional Xiüciln, Union, aitu cucrn tine interest of il)c mtntvni VUIL. 2.1 . ; I . . . "1 i i ! i , r - v. Is lafelihet every Thuritlay JIomirir, t : nv i. matti.n:i.v: Qit 99 ntt We Mir h street,' mirth f Adam. Ice t c. Tho Secret of Happiness. Oli. how 1 wish we were i iclioi ! said I to n-y wife one day. 'My dear she replied, 'you must not bo discohtented, we have every comfort what more can we desire?' Oli, there is a hundred things a larger bourse, a carriage, a tine libraiy, aiull know not what. Jt is a sin to llv into the face of Crop's j Providence replied my wife. Our house j is plenty large enough tor our small family, J an J as tor a carriairo we honld have no use . One a-inare 'ti n lint or lea,) three insertion, or j for jtand then we subsClide to the Mer les, on- djllir; ev.-h additional iujertion under i t.antile Library. You can get any hook three nrnthi. twenty-five rent. you want there. ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 3 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. I. niTTMGLY, - - - -Editor. riA'Moimr,. ixik Tkarbj- Jlratar, - ------ Jaae I, ISjS. Crpcblicat State Ticket. KOR StTBEMt: ji bt.es. It Di. HC31CE X. EIDILE,of Ca; 2nd Dit. 1B21X U. HODSICIS, Affern; 3rd Dirt SIS f HUES, Marion; 4th Dit US. D.CCSUOLD, of Vigo. XTTOIIXEY GENERAL. ' WILLllS T. OTTO, of Flojd. ' TREASURER OF STATE JQ1U U. IIlaTES, of St. Juser-h. Al'DITOir OF STATE. AXSEST LlXCE, of Tijrov h:c3etaky r staae. VILLUS 1. PEELE, of Randolph. artt-MSTESDEST OF ITBLIC INSTRUCTION. JCIIJ YOI AG, o.r Marion. Re publica CBgre3.lonal Conveatioa. We hare received a note from a friend at South Bend, suggesting, on account of the existence of the small-pox here at pre- ! sent, whether tho Congressional Conven- contending for the mastery) starts off, tioQ had not better be held at Laporte. the leader aforesaid we mean, in the fol Since receiving it rve have consulted two of j lowing cheerful and boastful, if not un etir oldest physicians, Brown and Bennett, truthful ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 3 June 1858

ILATEE FKOaI UTAH. Grerir Cianiirit Salt Lake. "We publish this morning a letter from Fort Briilger, da teil April 15, which is four or fire lays later than any other ad vices published by the press that we have neen. The letter was written to a friend in this city by an officer of the Utah array, and was not intended for publication Tho new fact of importance which it an nounces is, that Gov. Curaraiug was pub licly welcomed in a Mormon assembly by a speech from Briuham Young, and that h replied in an appropriate and feeling manner. . Corr epoud ence of the Borton Journal. Fort Bridof.r, U. T.,) April 15, 1858. f Fueling anxious that my Boston friends ahould be apprised of tho earliest inte'li jjenew relative to matters in this country, and as the express leaves to day, I hasten to furnUh you with the latent news. A- United States Commissioner, Mr. Kane, arrived here about the 25th of March, from Salt Lake City with dispatch es. He afterwards returned to the city, where he remained...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 3 June 1858

-:o:- IS IT ANYBODY'S BUSINESS! Is it anybody's business K x gentleman should choose To wait upon a Udy, If the lad j don't refuse? x . -' i Of to speak a little plainer That the moaning all may knew, Ii it anybody's business If alady hasabeau? Is it anjbol' busiKHi When that gentleman doe i call, Wbro h leaves be Or if he Icarcs at all? Or U it necessary That the curtain should be drawn To sare from further trouble The outside lev Vera -o? I it an j bod y s besinew But the lady's if bet bcatf Rides out with other ladies. And doesn't let her know ? Ia it anybody's busine But the gentleman's if she Should accept another' escort yt here he dosi't chance to be? If a person ort the aide walk Whether great or whether ro-dl, I it anybody bwiness Where that person means to caH? Or if you see a persoa And he's calling "anywhere, U it anybody's bcaines What bit business ma? be there! The aubstince of our query Simply stated would be thit Is it anj body's business What another's business U? -...

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. — 10 June 1858

I'M:! 1 t & National : HcpttbHcan . Ncttjspapcr...--,:.-f5cüotcb to Constitutional Cibatti, Itnion, nnö (uctn trttc . Sittetest of tlje dTmtntvii, FliTMODlUTBir, ffiffllTOAM; TüttHJUCSUPAlf, JUNE lO, . N0. IL VCDIL.: 2. X .4 k 1 i 4 I 1 -l f t t J h H. i K I r i 1 !r7. TT-i ' 1' n, n - How I came to he Marrier. , . ( "Well, to make a long story short, she' John?" exclaimed Martha, when wo 1i.nl j I V 1' U J- iV Ü 11 There arc few married men who could ie. day. and wo practiced for four ! proceeded a 7 y "jVr t,0at äuJ ' cJ. 1 C- ' ;f tW wnnl.l r..lütP some interesting ccks every night how we would walk in shirt are covered with blood! -r-.-.i usm eW,thot, .t.? ?0V;f to b married, till wc got so wel -Are they? So they are. Oh, I had ICXATIUSATTWCI-Y. i" OFFICE 00 wtst sidu Michigan street, north of . 0f cillkor sex who do not take tutnrally to cov.a ducks. . a great deal of emb ""r' .,. AdEi Plymouth, lad- just thal 8tvlc of narralive. Everybody is . "The tl.; company, and the nu...

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. — 10 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN, I. JIiTTIXGLY, - - - -Iditor. ri.Y.MOlTU, IM). ThiiI iv; .Usruiu?, - - - - Jitr 10, m$. Republican Slate Ticket. : TvfC SK l RtMF. t IC,KSv lsf LLC 1103UE P. IPlLF,of Ca, 2xUDist.-lE2l& W. IlEiDKKaS, 1 'JcOlraou; JJ D.st JHM TIROES, of -UuiiHi; 4U Pist- .VH. DtCSKWOLI, of Vigo ATTORNKV CESKKAl.. TtlLlIAJI T. OTT,fH.v.l. " '" TCEASritKR OF STATE.' JOU II. lllRTMt, of l. Jusqh. , jM-DITWi OF STATE. 1I.EFRT L1M.E, Vi-.,. SECKF.TART OF RTA.tE. TnmiJt A. HXLE, of RaJolrB. i-rtiNTExitNT or rtwjc instrhtiox. iVa TtlAC, t Marion. C3T Our Chicago exchange, oit which wo depeud for tlic latest news, failed to reach ns yesterday. We wish these fail mrcs would cease temperance oursclf, far from it, but we could never find it ia our heart to condemn very nwich, an old friend we owe lmJ, and whom we stumbled upon one four lb that was many years ago when we were younger than we are now m rather an elevated state of mind, or, slightly exhillarated, as some would express it. "Why,...

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. — 10 June 1858

REPUBLICAN i Iii. Jl- rL'BL,IIIEK' JIAKK. , Ferson' of the county receiving papers mirke 1 thus X after their name, will understand it to is'ofy that tWfir time haj about expired, and that another remittance w solicited. ' Arrival nod Departure of Mail. s Mail arrive front the East, 7 00 a. m Dvrwtrts, 6 30 p. m. Mail arrives from tho West, 10 50 nv Departs, 8 .V a. m. Mail arrive: from the North, 12 0) m. Depart, G 30 p. m. Mil arrives from the South, 6 00 p. m. Depart. '12 30 p.m. Knot .-Mail". arrives Wednesdays aud dopurta Thürs-1 tys, 0 a. m. , Arpij mail anives anl depart Tuesdays and Fridays. ' Goshen mail arrive. ami dcpaitaThursdav. Maxmkwckcc mail arrir?s and tlcpirts Friday. All tetters to be labile' Ci muie day should lm innded in one hour Indorc the. departure of uitila. I rhe open irm 8 o'clock . m to t o'clock p. m. TT Hereafter the office will le open on Sund it's enly one how after the arrival of the Eastern mail, or from tt 3 o't kl, a m. THE TttLE VOR rMJUHTH STAT...

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. — 10 June 1858

Gift fcciizti ofri. From the Atlantic MbotLly. S.VXDALPIION. IT re you read ia the Talmud of old, , xu the legends the Rabbinehare told- - Of the limitless realms of the air, - Ifave you read it, the innrrellon9-e;orj Of FandalplMjn the Angel of Glory, SanUlphoaf the Angel of Prayer.' J Bo erect at the utenmwt gates - -Ot the City Celestial he waits. With bra feet on the ladder of lght, That, crowded with aogels unnumbered, Jf Jacob mm seen, as h slumbered Alone in the denert at Bight? The Angela of Wind and of Fire Chant only one hymn and expire With the song' irresistible ttrcsf , Expire is-their rapture and wonder, A harp-string are brokeoissander B the music they throb to express. Cut serene in the rapturous throng, Unmoved by the nub. of the song. With eyes unimpassioned and alow, Among the dead angels, the deathless SaatUlphon stands listening, breathless. To sounds that ascend from below. From the spirit on earth that adore, . From the souls that entreat and implore , Ih the ...

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. — 17 June 1858

i.:i. i,.. V inPV'nJlSh. 11 ' Ij whlMheistauntk MiiDöUA TT i -I i i I f I 4 . 1 lj.?f ,.1 SC.' "? Mit H I I fff - S " i . 'in .1 NO Sr A j ; KattOM :? ? If Id liT 11 Ml SLPAUdLXJIML . ' !. . . 1 ... , . . i ..... . . ., l 1 I t ) I 4 1 i i i i s ! f 1 i v; A i 1 - t if' i M ! f ' ; ! t.- r f ; t , l.' r , . ft I ; : I Mi' J4 6 a ( ' " . IST FUf.I3HCI EVCBT ' THCR3DA 1f OFFICE, on west side Michigan street, north of AJn5Fljmouth, Ind. 'TERMS ÖP SUBSCRIPTION: At tho er.d of the jeär, r : .$2,. If rmVI within six nioattM, If "paid in advance, ;:::::::::: li0 , DNo paper iliseontinaed until all arrv-iU-age arc paid, unlfi at.Vje option of Uic publisher, f Ij It id our intcutiou to m ike no deviation from these teraw. TERM" OP ADVERTISING: One-annir ft-nIiiM1iior !,) three in.yrtioii.or lew, oac:dollar; each atWiti'Mial inmtiun undtr three month.-, tweiitj-five eenU. 3 m. $1 00 6 01 7 00 . 9 00 io no 15 Of) Ä ) 6 m. ! m. 1- hi. 6 00 1 7 00 8 (HI . S 00 9 00 100 10 00 11 ISO) 12 (M) 13 00...

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. — 17 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. I. WATTIG LY, - - - -Editor. FLYMOITII, INI). TBsrAT Wtri"t:, - Jttt 17, 1S5S. CrwIican State Ticket. rOÄ StTREMK JllHiES. lrtlXM.-r.CSA(T P. E!DDLK,of Cas-; Etf DUt 1SS.IV Kf.KaUSKS of JfffcMwi; M Mat 113ES, of Marion; & liel H. . IbUOLD, vi Vigo ATTORNEY GF.NEKAL. UUXllS T. OTtO, of Floyd. treasurer or statr. n. HASPM, of iH. AUDITOR OT STATE. ALELST LlStE, of Vigo. SECRT.TART OF 3TAAE. 1TI1LU3 A. PEILF, of Randolph. CrXCiTENTENT OF TTBIJC INSTRUCTION. JCaiTCrSV, of Marion. Congressional CötiTcntion. It is now definitely settled, t last, that the Repubficaii Congressional Convention 7ILL BE HELD AT PLYMOUTH, a first agreed upon, on the 29th day of Jane, or next Tuesday week. As it is to be a Mass Convention, a large attendance is expected from every quarter rK riwntf. Mr.. Colfax. Mr. Pratt. Mr. Biddle. Judge Stanßeld, Mr. John F. Miller, besides other able speakers, are ex pected to be present, some of whom will address the people. Tho Rail Roads will, a heret...

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. — 17 June 1858

i Ii ) 1 Ii- f i Ii ! r Uli ii- n HIE REPUBLICAN. LO C AIDEPARTIIENT. . arTha bonnet Mrs. L. IL AsuRtws sent us was vory prtttj. Of course it wis received a a compliment, which vre highly appreciate . on account 'of the donor. . . JUT Wo feasted ' utxm 'strawberries smothered iu cream' for tho first time tliia.Beaso, on Friday, afternoon last, at the residence of our friend. It. Cobbaley, Esq. Mr. C. has a beautiful, farm and u surronnding himself with tlie comforts, and elegances of life. May bo livo lougto enjoy the fruit of Iiis labor. 3T L. Cäue Sc Co. have got their Tin Shop in full blast, ami from some spe cimen wo have examined,, hby have a vv oik m an who cannu Iw excelled any where. W "i !U -AN gT Whitmore, at tlo sign cf the Gold Boot, has put a splcudkl glass front in his storeroom. It improves tho appearance of things wonderfully. X3T Our young friend, 1-At.ni Dayid ftN, li3 returned from his visit to bis friends in tho faderlau1, looking none the worse for the trip. The...

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. — 17 June 1858

-:o:- Oifr' 3?öcfij: Coital?. From the Home Journal. BIllI SOXG. i ; ST W. L. BHOr.M AKI. The ra it a little bird that sings ; "Sweetheartr " know not what hi acte may ba;. J only know hi notes pleas me ,. As loud he sinS and thus sing h Swcotliart " Pre heard Einrsirrj on oft Bprmdfrra Sweetheart!" Xnl when the sky was dark above, And wmtrr windi had stripped tha gr. He KtiU poHred forth those netct oflort- Sweetheart!" And, like that bird, my heart, too, wn Sweetheart!';. TThen Heaven is drk6t lftgh,t aad bis, When treare tmn, or Iar are new. It ihm sliigi oa aaü ini of tou "Sweetheart I ' What need of other wbnh than these 3wethaxt:V" IflhonVl "ng a whole year long, Mr Ig re woaki net be shown more strong f Than ir this hört and simple song ' ' Srethartrr " 1 ' 2 C IT The idea of &a production has-been- used up inw briefer and bettet styl by Punch, in a piece famiUar to aU era readers. Still th following is not at all bad: - ' THE SUICIDE. r a. r. h. X saw him stand in a musi...

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. — 24 June 1858

-4,1 TOM Ü.JÜ j 1 NO 21 National ftcpublicau anö cucvn fiuc 3nlcvcst of tl)c otmtn. pjLiiinaJTiiir, nMfl5iAMA,'.'rirniiüissjiiAY, jtunie 24, isss. VCDIL. 55.1 - V - LLL. J-L 1 - I if. 1 It i I ; J j 7' rVlLBHLD EVUY. THClL'DAT, ST IGIVAT1TS JI ATTISGIaY. OFFICE on west side Michigan street, north of A Jam. Ptvmonth. Ind. For terras of subscription, adrertia'ng, etc , we third page. Arrival nnd Departure of Mail. Mail armes from the East, 7 Q3 a. m- - Departs, C .10 p. in. Mail arrives from the West, 10 ."O . m. Depart, 8 51 a. m. Mül arrives from the North, 12 00 m. - . Departs, 6 30 p. m. Mill arrives from the South, 6 00 p. m. Departs, 12 30 P. m. Knox Mil arrives "Wednesdays and departs nrdijs, 9 a. m. - Argus mail arrives and departs Tuesdays and Fridays. ' Goshen mail arrives and depart TluirsdT. 'Maxinkuckee mail arrives and departs Ft id.tr. All letter to b milled tho same day sliouM he handed in no hourbefire the departure of mol. Office open from 8 o'clk a. m. to 8 o'clock ...

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. — 24 June 1858

that 1 M comS.mon? ,h?m ,o iMI ir M-l- i.-AU; 1.- THE REPUBLICAN. I. M.4TTi:VUIV, - - - - Editor. rLYJinuTii, im. TMrriaj JNruias, ------- jtu. 21, 1S58. Itrpublican State Ticket. ron trrRLSxr. jrucr.s. Sad DUL1B3. W. IlttDUICKS, of JWfrrson;. 3rd Dirt. jTHX Y1XÜES, ef Mm ion; 41 Dlst. TOI. !. TTJWOLP, of Vigo. . ,tnORFY GENERAL. iiLLini r. ono,cf riojd TREASURER OF STATE. jom n. nicrr", of St. j3Ph ACM TOR. Or STATE. 1ULKT I1-GF, of Vigo. SECKETART CF STAAE. U ILIUM A. FFXLCaf Randolph. ICHBI.N TENDENT OF ECBLIC INST-aCCTION. JüIOlonf, of Muriwn- Congressional Convention. It is-bow definitely settled, at lasf, that the Republican Congressional Convc ntion WILL BC HELD AT PLYMOUTH, as first agreed upon, on the 29th day of Jone, er next Tuesday. As it is to be a Mass Convention, a large attendance is expected from every qnaiter of the county. Mr. Colfax, Mr. Pratt. Mr. Biddle. Judge Stanfield, Mr. John F. Miller, besides other able speakers, are ex pected to be present, some-of whom ...

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. — 24 June 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: At the end of to year, :::::::: $2.50 If paid within six months, :::::::: 2.00 If paid in advance, ::::::::::: 1,50 J3 No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. U" It is our intention to nuke no deviation from tfcese terni3. TERMS OF ADVi:RTISl: One square (ten lines or less,) three insertions, or less, one dollar; each additional insertion under three months, twenty-five cents. 3 m. 6 m. 9 m. 12 ra 1 square, o 3 " 4 " $1 00 6 00 ' 7 00 8 0!) 6 0 J 8 00 9 0 12 09 7 00 10 0J 11 50 15 00 3 OJ 12 00 13 00 18 00 ; column 10 00 , 15 00 V 22 50 1 . " 27 50 13 50 17 00 23 00 20 00 25 0 ) .10 00 3U 09 3ö 00 40 0) 37 50 15 00 50 00 O" Yearly advertiser exceeding the amount contracted for will be cbaiged in proportion for the excess. JUT Communications to promote private inte rests mnjt be paid for at regular advertising ratca. O AH advertisement.! should have marked on them the number ef insertion wanted...

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. — 24 June 1858

-t , . U mi "ju -J v'!iWr"--' ""'"'i .V ADDRESS TO THE AMERICAN FL.AG. BT STTOSIt, Or CALIFORXU. Stnddid up whilst settin on to the Yzzj fence, watrhin of the American Flag wviiv twnv the LNrty FmVand a techin off of fire crackers and then. 0, mlty rag! O hooteou3 peese of cloth! Made up of red and white urol bhie atripe And stars painted on both fides Ail hale!' Again I'm aittia iu thi umtrajis-Sba&Jery-and admirus'thi granjer. And suckin into my chut the gentle zeffers That are huldin jutx out well ni onto Strate. Great flag! when Fsht Mi 12 aod Wt afryer; and thin How as- when you was little, and not much Hgjcr th.n a peese of cloth, and Almost as tender as a she Ui of paper, yu Wj ktrried all thru the rer olrjliua Ary war, and baTe aorne few time series Held up yhJ with dillculty, and Kow tremenjus jou are now, I fed J es: as if I shad bS3t and fli all ro ard, and wan: To git down off the fense, and git shot. Or lUibed.&F-LIt oa the Led will stick Of woodor hung, for my ...

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