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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 30 September 1858

IG.lfAaL in'AT'l.'JItÄJL.i. l--.,-Z;j tr ,:T--r- mcn as.lona .as JIioug.e.. loa. tneir awiuy ana imrnuon to ueieat ur. a;Mä; to tlio'SecfeUry. at or Lefovc lOtCd'dq " dV", do r ' ' ' V -.Cibcvth; Union; anö. tücri) :tnic Snlcrcst of the onntrn. NOP. ,7. vi -"" srt." frr-j'H VW 3 V-' iSv " f"I ZW " il --& -, v I . n -'Ay'-1 ": ;:i p'' ' -r , I -5 -' ? -1 . ii . . . . . . . r 1 i , ip i " in . ..i . - - S. A fc . H 1 pyii ..... 50! 2d do do -do- 2 00 Mi V v"H . r .-; i V ! i S1 it. r "r ! I i i 1 ?- ' i. '4' Alf X 11 X tl 5 M C W Ii" -UiJJi.- IW.UDUlUiU)U t rhp Vt -f ;oin ; oLubOic-ß aJcrl bWl enilfiVd6triof.'anyalce9TI will l.e furntshed, at Jhaaam timet irith a ,5,.ua .PaUUtk'QÄilt-.'e iA v " :. lHiATTlXiilv,.:-. - Editor; l?.1?. .YJ i . V.. . V V. ' L.i ."7,. : , ;;;hvill Ummirea to make a wnortof. their . A White,. do . : . , , . . . 'Ott ICR ob west'siJekhisaa street, north ofÜ s, .'.piA3IOUTII, IISD.lj it?f; bptUe of oU rre, , If he was Qrciion-hto Cölfaxy "llnsthcy ein cöfn...

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. — 30 September 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. I. MATTIXGLY, - - - -Editor. PLYMOUTH, IN1. Thnrslaj 3Irnln, StptWr J, 1858. KcpuMicati State Ticket. ELECTION, TUESDAY, October 12. - rott tl TBEME JtlKiES. 1st Dist. Horace P. Diddle, of Cass; IM A. W.Hexdrkks, of Jefferson; 3s ' Simox Yandes, of Marion: 4tb " William D. GftiswousofYigo. ATTORNEY GESERJiL. WILLIAM T. OTTO, of Floyd. TUKtSlT.KR OF STATE. JCHN II. HARPER, of St. Joseph. AfPlToR OS RT ATE. A LUE KT LANG E, of Yigo. CE T.KTARY or STATK. - WILLIAM A. FEELK, of Randolph. siTr.KTNTtNDENT of it Bi.u: INSTRUCTION"! JOHN YOUNG, of Mariou FOR COy CRESS, MXTII DISTRICT, SCHUYLER" COLFAX. rr.n STATE SENATOR, RCFUS BROWN, of Marshall. FOR REFItESENTATIVE, JAMES 0. PARKS, of Marshall, run riRcriT thosecctor, WILLIAM 13. RIDDLE, of La Tortc. FOR COMMON PIXA8 PROSECUTOR, AMASA JOHNSON, of Marshall. IXepulliean County Ticket. For Auditor. AUSTIN FULLER. Vor Treasurer X. U. OGLESBEE. For Shtfriff. OBED M. BARNARD. For Commissioner. MOSES KEYSER. For Surveyor. OLIVER ...

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. — 30 September 1858

THE REPUBLKM. Arrival and Departure or Malls. JlliiI arrive fron the East, daily 8 15 a. m. Departs, - , 7 00 p. m. Mail arrives from the West, ' - 'U Otf a. m. Departs, 12 00 m. 31 iil arrives from the North, tri weekly, Tuesdays, Thursdays & Saturdays, 12 00 m. Departs, same day, 1 00 p. m. Mail arrives from the South, tri weekly, Tuesdavs, ThuredaT &. Saturdays, 12 00 m. Depart, same days, . 1 00 p. ni. Ml arrives from Knox, eerui-weckl y' Monday and Thursdays, 6 H) p. m. Departs Tuesdays and Friday?, 8 00 a. m. M til arrives from Goshen Thursdays, nd departs Fridav. Mail from Argru arrives and departs Tuesdays and Saturdavs. - Mail troraMoion arrives and departs Fridays. Maxinkockee mail arrives and departs Fridays. All letters to be mailed the same day should hi handed in one hoar before the departure of mail. OSce open from 7 o'clock a. m- to 8 o'clock p. m. ET Hereafter the office will be open on Sunday, fjom I 30 p.m. to230p.m. ' - - " JOHN K. BROOKE, P. M. PUBLISHER...

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. — 30 September 1858

LT "BUECJ -Uli ATOPIC? .:o;- - Written for the Republican f.EAIW TO IX WELL. T JTCHXIE GROVE. la fifes ebirgin phases wherever you are It simple your unties or weighty your ewe. Whether you're ferring or ruling mankind, Pleiuiin the fancy, instructing the mind, Whether in city or country you dwell, . Mid plenty or poverty, learn to do veil. Tho' col jnsj may chill and famine mir blight, Tb' tht hand of relief b turned from the right, Injustice and tyranny conspire with a will, To torture and bind you for their cruel fill. Though th tongue of th griper scandal do tell, Trrn from the wicked and learn It do veil . u Tf we Uk up our gift without thanking the gitcr, Better by öSwn our etiJT and be idle forever! If w e, hut to free us from da.iekuJ call. There aure is do merit iu doing at alL . Iyt us strive with a will ; not fearing to quell ; The spirit of evil, and well urn to do rril. -F-.TSOCTH, Id., Sept. 16th, 153. ' " Aunt Hannah Tripe in Court. ET CUt RA AUOrSTA. IHiiyou ever go ...

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. — 7 October 1858

TUT? - "R PPFTRl Tf! AW X lllli ll'iliJL- U XI JJ Villi . . , .. .--r- - - - - ' 1I:iTs1 1 . H 0 IT TH '.ft i f - . - - - "v . 5 J J LUJU .National Hcpnbltcan Newspaper... - ?3cuptcb to (Ilonstitutionnl Xibcvtn, Union, onö cucrri tvtic Jntcvcst of iljc Countvn, I - s "i 1 i : j'.. e. i j 1 i V ; t V : . h .V 'I ii' r. . V i vawL. :s.i r t v , : Ji riLWnEu xteet TiiiR-nAT, bt -ichtatiijs ti ATTirVCS Ij Y. OFFICK on wost.MeMichis.in street, uorth of ÄJaails Plvmouth, InJ, Tcmis of sfiiscnirTiox: i At the end of the Tear, : : : : : : $2.50 . If p.Ni within fix mouths, 2H1 If naitl iu dvince, 1,30 IT No pip'r (liieontimied until all arrearagt s j are pnl. unle. at tliff option of the publisher. j tiMt h onrmlcntioa to mike no deviation from i these tonus. TERMS OF ADVERTISING: lo5j,ow .UUr; c,ch a-Mitniul ioscrfwa under three montlis trcntv-fivo conü. . r . . 1 : i v 4i ? " O" " .ir!v advertisers ex-odin th amount contracted for will be c!urged in proportion frthe 1 . iIT" Gjnrnunic.iti...

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. — 7 October 1858

and h f.-M Tm f...r. i.'." ricui:ural Ralf. cieiy im, at tue sain,-time. eiiiiviii r il,,,.,,. . ' "i,k;, 1 --.- . v obWLf oVJ IV Y iXS III CIlrrl'1,' in 1 THE REPUBLICAN. LMITTWOLV, - - - - Editor. 1'I.Y.UOITII, JM), Who are Inegal Voters Elsewhere we publish to-day, an extract from a election of tho Supreme Court in the celebrated Fountain Couufy contested election case, defining what it takes to rm.. T- j " " , dilute a residence. e commend it nir- Tjar4) .Horn In?. . Or. 1-':.. t i - . 1 " - " 11 Par ' , Wfr., I8.,ticularlj to the attention "of Elti nvVtl to pre Fact lst.-It is false that Mr. Colfax is favor: of HIGH SALARIES jlfou a ivuow nothing now, or ever was. j 1 AA.LS, and EXTRAVAGAXT EX oting repeatedly since 1S5-1, i FENDITURES!! servcthc purity of the ballot box. frauds ELECTION, TUESDAY, Octcber 12. j npon wliIch bav cn heretofore practised I with too much impunity. This is a matter ,Mt 1 Kt,I- " -m which all good men 1,1 ii.t. ! loa. we P. Bildli:, of r arc intereste...

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. — 7 October 1858

dinr.irV l"c i':"1- tn.mnal (.lu-Ue I anoy ) ilega tat tLe duty of every Election BoarJ, when a person i chllcugel ot is suspect cf b'ug-.onljr a temporary resident, to qnstiou him iu regard to this point, and if it u ascertained tlut the suspicion is correct, then tell him that ho is not a legal voter and explain to him the pen alties he will incur by voting. If ho still persists ia voting all good citizens should see that he is immediately arrested aad prosecuted. South. Bend Rey. Ite?oiutioDt of the YF. 31. C Indiana Con ference on Xlaverr. - Whereas, we look upon American slave ry as the acme of human crime, trampling as it does upon the inalienable rights of men annihilating the relation of husband And wifs. parent and child, destroying in its wide sve-p of ruia the hope? and hap piness of niilliorfs of our fellow country men, dragging the imaf3 of God down from ith high and elevated position to sect a retreat amongst four-footel beasts aud creeping tiling, therefore Resolrel. ...

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. — 7 October 1858

A I r. of w'i:ili U ill ll. io1.! ..vi ,,r,...',- T .... .... i .. .... l.l i...; .iu- tiii.i n.ii'i 1 in i 'B i.'"""-. iiiii.-ii nil in. k-i you. pairou ie, as t;iose aueuiioii iii inij;urs.-, i . t 1 It' jf i t V 1 ATTaitinsr Raid's SJory. Tt s.inl a vorv Ion?,-lone: iourncy that p--f parliamentary passenrs wore ta-J kin in this early November weather, all the way from Liverpool. 1 he stoppa- j Dm 1 tlreain that night that, slu liad V era frequent enough, but of Mich a short ; left me all her wardrobe, and that I duration that we ha I scarcely time to gel j was married in the glace silk? Did I, ourselves warmed at the crowded gate be- j even in my sleep, bniM sehemes of what I .tore the inexorable bell rang for us to start j would do with the money that my mis-.-i gain, au I otf we went with a In iek into : tros might enrich me with' Xo: as I tho blinding fog. 1 1 was poitivelv too hope for heaven, and to meet dear Joseph, .dark to read with any comfort, even if one; with all my 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. — 14 October 1858

".'- HALL' NTY "PID I NO Cv National Republican Newspaper Bcwkb to Coitötitutionnl ibct1n, Union, auö cucrn line 3nlcccst of tlje Cottiitvji, W)IL. 2.1 MARS CO R JOJLJJi. Ho1 A.. u . , f k i r J i z 1 , . i. ? k 1 i i i 13 rClLHIIZD EYEftT THCK3DAT, IT IGNATIUS ITJ ATTILA CilT. OFFICE on west side Michigan street, north of AdmJ, Pljmouth, Ind. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: At the end of the year, :::::::: $2,50 If paid within six moutlu, :::::::: 2,00 If paid in advance, ::::::::::: 1,50 13" So paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. 7" It Id our intention to nuke no deviation from these terms. TERMS OF .ADVERTISING: One S'piare (ten lines or less,) three insertions, or less, one dollar; each additional insertion under three months, twenty-fire cents. O" Yearly advertisers exceeding the amount contracted for will be charged in proportion for the excess. IU Communications to promote private inte- CC3Ü mn?t be paid for at regular advertising r...

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. — 14 October 1858

TUE li EPUBLIOAN. j A. Puppy. ; On Tuesday last, when wo offered our I.'mATTIKGLY, - - - . EdUorjlalIottotbeIn5pctcr,M. A. O. Packard, who was one oftho Clerk's of the Board, PI.VMOITH, j turned to Capron, another Clerk, and sneer' Thar-L l.runjr, Otf&r It, 1855. The Day Is Ours! COLFAX Alii AI)I! Fifty rounds of "Taller" joue for S'auht!!! THE WHOLE REPUBLIC AX COUSTY TICKET ELECTED!:!! Th'j election in this County on Tuesday revultod in tho complete success oftho en- tire Republican County Ticket, by major ities ranging from 12 to 210. Tha major ity for the Republican State and Congress ional tickets will be about 100, as near a3 we can Ggure at the present writing. The Official vote will be found in another col umn, a wc intend keeping our paper back until thc Board of Canvassers meet to-day, to enable us to lay it before our readers this neck. For tlil-t glorious result wc are indebted, for the success of a part of our ticket at least, to the aid wc received from a num ber o...

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. — 14 October 1858

r 7 i i i i I ? i i' I h j 5 J' ; r ) l i i i it li f Ii'-! i 1 1 4 V 1 ! The Election iu Kansas. Tlie election in Kansas far the choice of representatives, County Superintendents of Public School, and a Territorial Snner- interulent of Public Schools, took place on the 4th inst. The returns from Leaven worth comity indicate the triumph of the Free State ticket; averao majority in Leav enworth City, about 17:!. A vote was al so taken on the connty seat the result of which was to fix it permanently at Leaven worth. We have no returns from any oth . cr county. Jsff. Davit on oah Web-ter. In a speech delivered on the tl'l I Sep tember, at the Maine State Fair, in Augus ta, Jefferson Davis paid a Mississippian's tribute to a Yankee spelling Book: "Yon have a right to le proud of your the school house, iu the public assembly, in the worK snop, in tue rield, and on the sea. You have a right to i 1. 1 l.o vniir ninnfai-tiin möridi : h nroud that vour manuiaciures encircie the world. This i...

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. — 14 October 1858

-:o:- Au Impromptu Wedding. i For ITaaveVa sake, Susy, do bo seri iorif, if yoa can, for fire minutes. Pray caasa this trifling, which is but cruel play, in with my ftfeliugj. aiU let 03 treat this tabjact &a it dastsrvw, soberly an! serious It ell, there thenT' cnotl the laughing h!a:k-eya I gu to whom Charles Wester ly spoke. Theie; 'is that grave enough? Seo tha corners of my nrouth aro duly rolled up, aad I am aa sober as a patient ha has caught sight of the ilontüst's hntrnnientj. . Do I suit yott so?' You grit mo anyhow, and you know it well, you witch!' cried Charles, gazing with a smile, at the pretty faco she pucker ed up ia its affection of demureness. But he was not to bo driven from his point and ho resumed, gravely, after a panso, 'Tin time has come, Susy, when I feel I have a right to demand an explicit answer to my suit. You have trifled with my earnest feelings quite long enough. I have grown restless under my fetters. 'Shako them off, then Charley! inter rupted ...

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. — 21 October 1858

' "r;r-r 1 -.a; v-' 3 TömbtÖnsecadtoncsv ' 1 . : i t j j -r . ? t HUI", 1 l.t J VI I'HMdi'i nr. lium ii, 11 ; - " . . .- 1 US W .la HVWUI liiu t..;i:i, l'.iv nv ; .-. .:u -( , 1 . . "1 jtini;.r ! - -"UCIi" Sam lilS COOT 1,1 1 tint ii,..v l..,,i 1. vi -bt t i cii.-ii'ir.. int.i ; .:,i, i,,,....i;MA i M-'tv t.i .--.-r-- ,i.:. -H..,. Uv'v J:i2 tniT6r arrcsa nil tcioat. mltca- !.im .'ami ' :...i. t. - i ... v tnc on,7 T;r atenai was mrrm. T eeuNTY 1 N 0 5V National Hepubltcau Newspaper. IDeuotcö to Constitutional Xibcrtn, Union, anb coctg true interest of tljc Cotmttg. JPILYMdPÜJTM, INDIANA TM QJITCS fl.5, xVCDE.. 2.1 ILyiLJlLXJl AI. -J-L VI JJl-JLL - I, . : ; ? I , i '. t ! Ii Ii i V i i i r f. t t . is 1 Ü 0 '!- f. ! t 1 ( V V - AH.. i ; - it'. !; - i f ' t I FU BUSH CD EVXKT THC3DAY, IT IGATMJS .jTSATTIXGIiY. - OFFICE on west aide Michigan street, north of .Adams, PljmouÜJ, lad. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: At the end of the year, :::::::: $2,50 . If paid within six months, :::::::: 2,00 I...

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. — 21 October 1858

tt t,. t,- -r , .1 irivis Icssrs. Criirht an.l Fitcli a chance to r....... .t...,.l:.... ' i . , Ulte.f t!. Atm5ri,tv-..f u... r .i... , . ureal cry we c.itinually hear alut -mAe farm ,s I nur . ... , ... -r.,.l llariKO vuauiiv vi mi; uvcr, eoiiio iweni v-llo '"""i""" . . . .... 4. . itviferJ THE REPUBLICAN. I. ?IVrTlGLY, - - - - Editor. riV.MOUTH, IND., Thursday, : : : : October 21, 185S. Republican .llcctin?. It has been suggested that the Republi cans of Marshall assemble at Wester velfs Hall cn Saturday next, at 2 o'clock, p. in., for lbs purpose of Consulting about mat ters of general interest to the party. A Urge attendance from every township in thi county is requested. The Oüicial Vote. We give the official vote of this county, at the recent election. It will be seen tht the whole Republican County Ticket i clotted by majorities ranging from 12 to 210, and that the Republican State Ticket ha a majority of 89; showing beyond dis pute that Marehall b&s wheeled into the !in...

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. — 21 October 1858

are apt to r5rd the nation's interest is depends more on laws, nd banks, and tarifta, and paxtiea. The politic Un or the professional man we are prone to regard as poaaeaed of greater power in the com munity and in the State, than the plain, unassuming farmer. I hold in my hand a watch. The first thing that attracts mj attention is its exterior. I see the hands upon its face pointing to the figures whicHnurk the progress of the day. But ol what avail, the hands and face, and outer workmanship without the works within. There Is the mainspring which drive the whole, and out of sight though it is, the aristocratic hands upon the face are worth less without it.' These works within Jare the labor crs of community. They drive the whole machine ry of mil society. What we hall be in the dim future before us, depends more tpon them than aught c!so besides. If they are enlightened, in telligent and virtuous, we shall be a prosperous and a happy people, if tbey are ignorant, depraved aad vicio...

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. — 21 October 1858

TEN YEARS ANPIT-BGfrYS. A TALE OF EXPIATION. Trora the New York Atlas.. It is the 21st of Jannarj. 1858. I have stopped at this little wayside inn, not on ly that I may dine, bat that I may. over look tha towa where I was born, and see my father's house, from which I have been tea years avay. I shall stay here at this ina, a very eomfortabla spot, tha sign o! ths "Thomas Jefferson," until to-morrow, think over all tha events which have made me an exile for such a period, and what has occurred siace. Tea years ago I stopped at this honso for a drink of water. I was then a pardoned criminal, going forth to find a new name and a new horn?, among new people. And I have found them. To-day I am retnrnin?. It is only ten years, but by the will of Heaven I return rich, and with a good position ia the home that I have left. I look ozt from this window, and below me (for the ina Btanis much higher than the town) U my father's house. It is per haps, six miles away. Farther still, on the right,...

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. — 28 October 1858

THE .IIODERN 11 ELLE. - r ' ' . 4 ' 3 5 I I - i. F A I " J. V J. NO National -UcÄ Union, anö cncrn true interest of tlje (Eonntrn. 1 KEP JJ ILJ1L-1 Al. t - -.! ,1 . if 7i i f. i V- i ; F H. - I ' . i - ... Hl HSftei IS lCiIJSHSD EVET THCHDtT, BT IGNATIUS JIATTIXCSIjY:: OFFICE oq west side Michigan street, noriu oi : Adaaw, Plymouth, lud. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION': At the end of the year, : : : : : : : 2,50 If paid within sis months, ::::::: i . 2,00 . If paid in advance, :::::::::::. lt.r)0 ' ET No p.i'jHr discontinued until 11 arrearage? art paid, unless at the option of the publisher. , jj- it'ij oar intention to m ile no deviation from these term. : .TERM OF ADVERTISING: OaeuareCtenrmoäorlcis) le, one dolUr; each -additional insertion under ; tlin-e monttra, twentr-five cent... - ,. . m O Yearit advertnera exceeding the amount coatracted fr will be charged in proportion for the xces. - ' i JJT Communic tions to promote private into- - - -nut mttt I.a titid f(ir at rt-rular advertisi...

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. — 28 October 1858

THE REPUBLICAN. I. NITTIXGLY, - - - - Erfitor. PLY3IOLT1I, ID., ThnrsdjT, : : : : October 2S., 1858. Mm . w. r , , . ,. ,:a man possessing the least particle of Ihiemoie number completes the second! , . , , . , , . , - , . t. . s common sense could have been induced to volume of lhs KErrnucAX, and it atiords, 11. , r v . . A have placed his name to such an muligm- ui great satisfaction to announce to our ... , , , . , , 0 , . . .ii-ti incd, mendacious and school-boy tirade of numerous readers that it is established up-; . , . .... ! abuse. It proves more clearly than any . cod its publication two years ago our cne mies predicted with great confidence its speedy discontinuance, but thanks to our , - . . ' fifth?, of tho citizens of Marshall Co., by e lave tea enablrf to kP Mtlv0.,MrJs at least of those who voted for ,flu,t.W:tho,tforan.uSta1.tl..wor,nSour!li.ra foj r. xcept kn latemptol by ita grt : of onliagraiion, ana are now nimirni m iv; haven, where our friends shall continue to...

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. — 28 October 1858

hi C X t , r w As n i j I-- ji t J Mm 4 nitO'lcncr.-ic Ho sung sonp.'lörcr- bau loa ins traps m mo uatei. 10 aiven nu ttcotiaa, and finally aitached about 3,000 feet of a guide line io hi VrUt, so that if he descended the dtag ropo would awake him. .HoLthcn. threw oat ballasts and as cended to ' an deration of abont 11,000 feet, and unable to keep himself awake, quietly resigned himself to a comfortable nap. About ten o'clock the ronaut was awakened by a crash, and found that his balloon rocil descended -no low that the car in which he was enjoying a sound sleep, had strnck in the top of a tree, in the mid dle of a small forest. The basket was turned nearly over, and the sleeping JEto naut was thrown violently into the hoop to r.hich the ropes were attached, which united tic basket with th-5 balloon. The remainder of his sapper was thrown out his wine was cast overboard a part of his ballast followed in the descent; Lis bun dles of dispatches kept them company. The shock was so grea...

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. — 28 October 1858

TEN YEARS AND TEN DAYS. A TALK OF EXPIATION CCXCLCDED. A month sotm pa3cJ away. I tvns vciy fuiin novr. Wilson aud tnysclt had no ur.j'eas3nt momenta together, but there v.-something wanting, there ha I hecn a link stricken away, never to Le replaced. What it wu I conhl not tell. I suught hi confidence, but I withheld my own. J -. if. rcoaonea witn rrysoir: Yes, this is rigbt. Ho hi. taken away from ma, that ho might give to Eunice. Tliorc can be no equality on earth; why ahotiM not tho brother bow to lho 'wife?" With Ennlcc I sometimes walked alum?. I never looked at her as I once did. I nev cr poke to her again with the voice of love 4ir paion." hut still, when I walked alone v.ith h.T my words choked me, and I cried, ia the agony ol my heart, and Eunice womI I I v.ipo away the tears and ay: i Poor HoUmi! Brave Uobert!" Yes, poor Robert, but tot brave Hubert. I was. a coward still a coward in my soul. Then came the night they wero married. I was my brother' groomsman. I stood a: t...

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