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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican. — 26 April 1860

.ILal ' ; RUCKE YE The CilAlaM 1 Th r,ntlAnnrMM R.-.:.i uunumen. iinu nc jusimca me ODns.n? bv sann" , - i - 1 I -i - - - - ' ' 1 1 . ,,..'..:.,;, . " - t '" . . aAäva '"A - - a aaxk a a aa. a L . ' " - - , , , ' , . . . , , i ., , & National Republican yctuspapfe.; .; Wwoko to Constitutional Cibcrtii, Union, anö cucvn tvnc interest of tlje Conntrn, i Si i i V ; t 3 ii jj v L I f 4- VOL. 4. NO. 35. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA THURSDAY, APRIL 26. I860. Xlf 55?HS 11 eaj SLAVERYQTJESTION. HON. OWEN LOVEJOY. WHOLE NO. 181. IS rCBUSHED EVERT TH CBS DAT, BT . I. vcini W wni IlftO UI JBIWg. ai"-i, il". Id VI .TUHOl-, rLTMOCTU, ISD.. . ? v TEItMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. If paid in advance,. .'. tl ,53 If paid after six months,.....' ..2,00 At the end of the year,. , .2,50 ..V0 paper di-contiuued until aü arrraragva are paid, wnl-s nt tha option of the publisher. , I Delivered in the IIcne of Representa tives, Arm 3th, isco. f f aw...' T l J f t ... f ' " - - L" . . . . - f - . tl a tV k f i U ' Prc'1?eo...

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. — 26 April 1860

m TT TT T) !? DTT Pf Tfl AT-I 0ur n'hbor down street boasts of hia large 1I11Ü llUL UliJUl ci 1 irculation. If he jus the subscription he' savs he . . 1 11. .. ! u . M . . . , , das we snouia mim ne wouiu try to 51 vc umt PI YMOl'TII IND. I "ding matter as possible, if not enlarge his sheet, ' ., I, . - I but, instead of that he seems to try how fi&Vrcad tilg lc can furnish. He puts up most of his piper in large type and lead origin! ana seiectea roac nEPU3L!CAS STATE, TICKET. ran Govr.u?.onT HKXTIY S. LANE, of Montgomery. OUVEK rMORTOX Qf.Yaync f , - FOB ttCaSTAnT OF STATE, VlLM AM. A. PEELE, of IUn-lolph. , FOP. TREASCREr. Of STATE, JONATHAN S. TIAUVEY, of Clarke. FoTt AUDITOR OK" 6TAIE. . . ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY QLNIIF-AL. . JAMES G. JONES of Vanderluug. FOR BF.PORTER OF StTREME CGCHT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLEBK OF SCrREHE COCRT, ' JOHN P. J0NE9, of Lagrange. FOa ICrEItlXTCXDEST TCBUC 1XSTKCCT1ÖS, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Tntnam. occasional exceptions ...

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. — 26 April 1860

.)-. 1 - I ) : 1 ; ' i 3 i t 1 if : ! THE REPUBLICAN. LCCAU DEPARTMENT. a -THURSDAY, - APRIL 26, 1800. - - - - Kentnekr Ei!e. - . Rcr.J. F.Boazhton.oneof the Kentucky Ex Ucc. i tn u'jocbU of ReT,' John G. Fee In Mad- lm County. Ky, will IwcUrc at Westenrelt Hall tats (ThurIaT) evening. Sohject Tbcir iauca llanal and ChHttian labors in Kentucky, their Epo!ion, Stc . - ' as- " -- " ' Coekhutios Elxctiom.A meeting of ta! Re MiLfican of Plymouth will be held at Westerrelt IXalL on next Saturday night, for the purpose of placing in nomination a ticket to he supported at the Corporation ejection next Monday week. It i to the interat of the Tax-Fa jeri that Rood and jvdicioms men hold the corporation office, and Republican hoch! nominate a ticket that will re rirm their heart? tupport. Let all attend the Con Tention. faaaasa assa i Maacxtc. Plymouth Lodge, No. 149, of F. A Masons, will meet on Friday evening, the 27th In, at 7 Mock. P. M. All member are revest. fl to attend early, as there...

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. — 26 April 1860

Tha ß.ire-lcsjed Lddie. ; Sixty yearn ago, stout, bony youth of ; eighteen, years oldT who had been known Among his friends as a 'bare-legged laddie called on a poor , but worthy village school master and sauf -' ' : 11 -'- 1 u. "I would like to. attend your evening! school, air.", , v ' ' j - -'What do vou wish to study?' (lis teacher j I wau't to l?arn toTead and write said 'Xbo teacher looked into the boy's face with a somewhat scornful, ,yct a pitying look, .shrugged hi3 shouldeis, and then said-'-" -- --- Very well, yon can attend : r.7Qr if that, bony lad had said to the 'feacher.'I mean to become a great inven tor, to be the companion of rich and noble men, to hold conversation with kings, and .to write my name among the great men of the world'the teacher would perhaps have called the boy a fool, for cherishing such wild'dreamV Yet that poir lad, who at eighteen, ii 1 nit know tha alphabet, did all this before he died. Who was he? His name was Georjre "Stevenson, ths great ra...

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 May 1860

ÄviNoiiÄ II)c Cöuntrn. f in - - - iiir!' " T ' i ' i 1 : ; i ' TT"T' -NO. 2G.1 t 1 1 . ' 'i C. EI Y3IOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY MAY 3, 1860 WHOLE NO. V182. 1 1 , si II 1 it i " : J; !i ; n ! 1 il Ii 11' t '' it I I i I" i H , f. n . FLTSCOCTH tSPitJt "j-" - V : ' terms OF SUBSCRIPTION, v -I r pa! J In drnce,T .T. . r. . . . r. . . . . . . . i .$ .JO H piJ ftcr six months,.......; At he nJ of ihe jear,. 2,50 ml-1; On oj?4on o(jU yaV Ushcr, J" ...... Vftis oVadyertisVxg." Om i-ir of tiO cms or tixrf wwki, or fc, $1.00, uck JüÜoal iatrtka 23 cent.. Larger advert! U roeorti. L th hif k r; W to be at Laif tnaare, orer Ulf a rjaare to be c3vrgrU a. a whole qure. .1 mi. - am. 9 m'. 12 m'i. f XOO t 5,00 . 5,00 8.00 a, no 9,oo 7.) 10.W 8.00 12.00 ? 6.50 10.00 11.50 12.M 1,00 17,0i S7.00 34,00 44 8,00 12,UO 14,00 15,00 18.00 - 9,oo 30,00 38,00 60v00 TKMIM, Tara tare, To quare. rmk eoluna. w.irun. 15.00 2-00 - "15,00 Tkree-frta wlamn, .00 Xa addition of twÄtty-ßro per cent wlU b "d h tiTCTa!wJr e...

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 May 1860

' Prof? Larrabee.'Soperintcndent for 1857 mau ia MTiruT cifvu, t w - - . G-rt, to be holden at the court-hoose fa jmoMt, , on the THE REPUBLICAN. KENTUCKY EXILES. -r. ADtM it Ret. Johm F.BocoHTOor "DmtAj Madison Cocttt, Kr. ; ' Last Tharedny ctenirg the, bor naräed gentle mm addressed a Urge rirmoath' audience of W. dies and gentlemen at Westervelt Hall. The ob- REPUBLICAN STATE ?TICKETVf Atyretidotagsa - " slave telonf planted it . ron oovKBxor., HENRY 8. LAN'5 of. Montgomery. I . ; , - TO It tlfiTTBXAST COrE?.SOft, : OLIVErv-P.-CiIORTOX,.of AYajne! "' ";; ron stcRETAnr ot statt, JVttLUAM A, PEELE, of Randolph. V ".for Theas ub nit or state, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke. - . FO!t AUDITOR Or STATE. .- " ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. 7 J- : , po ATTORXZT OEETtAL, . JAMES O. JONES of YaudeThtirg. t. ron snroarai or smtsirn CGcitT. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. t . . - . TO! CLERZ OT PtTREME COÜBT. JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange. ron srrs?ti!iTS3rT)E!rr itblic ik9Thcctios, MILES J. FLETCHER, of ...

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 May 1860

rnTTxv "n ttittdt th a tvt JLIÜj JA'ShL U Dill O Al . LÖÖAL, DEPARTEMENT. f ' - ; THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1860. " Corporation, Election. ! noh'llEPÜBUC APT TICKET. . ( For Trutif. lit Ward. DANIEL BItOWX. Ol ' C C. BUCK. M ? M J.C. LEONARD. 4;h ; - JOHN ARMSTRONG. Sih- II. B. NICHOLS. r - . -For ManhdL JOSEPH WESTERVELT. . '" For Oerie. WELCOMG RICE. ' - r For A' " RCrCS BROWN Republican CInb. Tb Republican Club of Center Township will mett in Wnttrvelfa Hall next Tuesday evening. At the lat meeting a large number of persona were present ami a good time wa had, bmt wo observed thal&one of the fairex were in attendance.. We hope tbat the Young Republicans will show their gallantry hereafter, and give UiaUdica an oppor tunity of showing that lore for Republican princi ple jrhich they all posseja. Newt Room. Dr. T. A. Lemon haa purchased G. B. Liadaey' ttock of Books and Periodicals. removed them to his Drug Store, and now u fur nishing the folks hereabouts with Magaiines and Eastern stor...

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 May 1860

mtmmr::, j i ,1 i t ? l KIND HEAltTS. ;.;.Let bnt the heart ho bcautifai, ; AnJ I care not for the face, I hee-1 not that iho form may want Pride, dignity. t Let mi 1 be filled with glowing t JAhd the son. with sy in path r. tuongliU 'And I care not if tho cWk be pule, ?; .". Or the cjesUek brilliancy, ;-- , . , t rWhAt though the check be beautiful,' - ;'," :' It soon must lose its bloom ; - Tfce eye bright lustre soon will fade, ,-: . In thq dark an ! silent tomb; . Bnt thsplory of the mind will live, .WoThongh the joy on lifo depart, ,Jsul the magic charm can never die - Of true and noble heart. - ...... The lips that cttcr gorilla wonts Tr Jfare a 4xauty all theirown, ; 'Ariim'oie l priza'a IuiUIy voice', v ' '"'Than mnicVswcetest tone; AnI -thotrgh its noands arc harsh or shrill j"rIf the hMrVwithfrr beats frce,, 1 "And echoes back each glad iuipu!se," " Ti all the world to me. f:.' : r "" r " '. - r A Izagtifül Sentimfmt.---Tho foTlow io beaatii'ul versa -conveys' a sentiment ...

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 May 1860

. ' . r-r , s v -r-r- -rr, A TT TT t : ;: iw.KIU ail! m II .1 Ii MTTTPMT TT Pi A TA MMiA.L.L aw i r m W mm wnw r -mm m m sr n O : t s ri VI-U t ? t Xa . SI National Republican Äspap tinU twrj true Jnkvcst of tljc Conntrn. ' - "' . . . ' . . . - - PLYMOUTH- INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1860. AVIIOLE NO. 183. VOL. 4. NO. 37: C vt IöS-Hf-PS-lieülTKE REPUBLICAN. IS rOtLISHKO EVInT THTJE3DAT, SV X. iJxTO?X2a"C3l-XiTE"-j ornci on weat id of M.c.ig .trt, m.w Adan, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. " ' If pxid in advance,.- V............$15J If p-ii aftee six months 2.00 At the end or the year 2,50 TS paper LieoBtinu until all arrearages are paid, antes tao option of tb publisher. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. 0 quaroof iJO em or 1, Ifcreo werk, or Im, SJ."0 ch a JJitional iartion 2j cent. Urpf dTrtlm-nt 1 proportion. Lmtlua blfqrtobechrgMMhalf fP, orrr fcalf inr to be ehargrti m a whole qar. Od ,ur 8 3.) 5 0. Two vioare. 5,00 .W Thre )oars, ,W Foor squaw, ".' Voarth ftli, 8.C Third mltma, - 1X00 HilfcolaTnn, 1...

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 May 1860

m FT I7 T 17! TVTT TV r T - i -t H I, n.M. r K , A V'tI PLYMOUTH, IND., r TbarMhj . . . f Slaj 10, IStfOJ REPUBLICAN STATE, TICKETS ? Jin :uu. iOR COVKRXÖR7 HENRY 3: 'LANE, of Montgomery. v .". - " ' -' ' " roR.f4SrTEXAxr corcsxoi, ; OLIVER I. MORTON, of Wayne! -V 5 roll SECtlETABT OF STATE, ; .WILLIAM A. TEELE, of Kandolpb. rar. trea surer or stats,'- JONATHAN S. TIARYEY. of Clarke, j FOR ACDITOR OF STATE, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. rOB ATTOSXEY OEXEHAL, JAMES G. JONES of Yanderbnrg. roh ItcVoRTCR Or.3CPREME CGCRT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF KITSEMK COURT, . JOHN' P. JONES, of Lagrange. ; rn srrERiKTEXDEXT itbuc lxsTRüCTioy, JiCILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. Trying to shift the Iieponibi!itr 1 On "the 7th of "March lst oar local mi Je th flkrwis announcement: . . . .. , i.. The ex-C5rIc,Mr" N'. R. Pickird, bis been impelled toeüsorge $333 of uncalled for Wit rcJ arul Jtirv fees wliich be las 'retained in his hr.ds coiitrarY to I.' - " , ' ' jTliii impie s:ätcroear., the t...

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 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. I . i - ' f S i i LOCAL DEPARTMENT. ; THURSDAY, MAY : 10, 1860. 'i1fUtre Foackt Ii CSo4 Fiffct. - 7WCorjorüonlctiöabU her last Moa day yett!u4 iatoa choica of the entir Democratic cketbnwjorities ninjin between 13 mhI 4. r n avera majority of 31. Tht rttalt, far from being rdisttängtB. is ckwriag- tot yoar the Democracy carried the elsctioa by an sversgs ma jority of 71 h Iirjett 'majority received being 8C b4 lit smallest 54. This Jr, ihe, ! Republican rio of 43 Totea. - The result lat yer M claimed m a teU Wo accept th result ibi jSar M tr-jt also, sod rejoice in the sUadfut MÜ continual "growth of Republican sentiment. ' The candidates were chosen from amongst the bett ten of their respective parties. Neither bad . the adrantage in this respect, and we accept the rewU as a anjwry of the victory which shall peich upon Republican standard the coming kH-T8, ITae Republic ir.s of Marihill luve eins to. re joice in the in kmiub!e pluck diaplayed by their brethren ofPly...

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 May 1860

Kor the Republican.) A TOL'GII GAMECOCK. - In the fall of tho year 1S40, while yet a Lot, I e:iaOil myself to a man by the name of P. P. Miller, a resident farmer of AVayne County, Ohio, at that time exten sively enfletl in lrivin cattle to the East cm Citie-, to help him drive his stock, num bering 250 heaa, to Baltimore, Maryland. Araonij the hands was one who hailed from New Jersey, a "rale Down Easter," and who flourished r.n lerthe distinguished ap pellation of "Col. Jack." One of nature's queer lumps of clay, was Jack. He was undeniably great at anything and every thing, Cock fighting especially. Due evening while seated aro;nd the stove of tha lUr Room, in a tarern in Vir ginia, it was proposed by ouo of the paity, aa 1 unanimously Agreed to, for Col. Jack tu tell a story. After taking something to wash down the dust, as Jack termed it, and with anVhem! Jack commenced: I once had a cock." said he, "that could jit rip the rags off all natur. I font hun agin everything in ew Je...

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 May 1860

JU,.7.,T ,- 1 , NTY .1 N 0 SI National Hcptiblicau Newspaper Eltootd . to Constitutional ibcrto, Union, anö mxn true. Jntcrcst of tl)c Countvn. VOL. 4. NO. 28. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1860. WHOLE NO. 184. MARSHALL U TO PIT TRI IV. A N II IM) J il J 1U1LJ1LJS1 17 1 1 ' f . I ) I- IS rCaUSHEDIVtaT THURSDAY, T OrncB aa weft side f Michigan street, Borth of Asian, LTMOITTIZ, IXD. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. If paid in advance $00 If paid after six month, 2.00 At the end of the year 2,50 OS'S papr diacootinucd until all arrears jr r paid, at ths ectioa of the publisher. TERMS OF ADVERTISING. O. .iar. of 2J0 ems or kr-, three wedu, or W, f 1,00, taca aiJiüaaal iasertioii 2j cents. Larger advertisements i ft properties. Ltm than half a square to be charged half aare, Ter half a sonars tu 3 m's. Ot )un, 3 a.OO Two nurtii 5. Threa nuarr, 6.00 Four vmrw 7,"0 Iuirth colama. 8,'JO Third roiiima, .' flalf tetania, 1"0 Tarv-rnnUi eo!iuan, ?'."0 Oui coiuraa. 6 m"i. m's. 12 ru's. $ Ä.CO s g...

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 May 1860

. -sj ) ara -k..... All .f hi. h U. I.,lae r. e .. of V. j. va,U. r in .ti-r- f.-m . f .1.. l.t .Ir,- .i. R.nk a,l nrntrac-! at Ur ! Bnui.-h in 11 nii.irh. and will I- .M ;--..ik..s..... ... . the- REPUBLIC 1- PLY3IULTII, IX 1., Thursday May 17, I860. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. vor liovr.nxow. IIENT.Y S. LAXE, of Montgomery. FOU I.IF.CTEXAXT GOVFKXOTt, OLIVER r. MOUTON, of AYayne. rpii f-ECKETARrOF STATF, WILLIAM A. rEELE, of Randolph. rait TPEAsrnr.n or state. JONATHAN S, HARVEY, of Clarke. ! FOR AUDITOR OF STATE. ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORXET 5F.XF.RAL, .Ttlfr? .TftNTfi nf Y.n.UrlMirir' W9 6 . MX. X-d KJ V V v 4U V v vs. run nuror.Tr.R or kctrf.me cctrt, . BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. For. CI.KRK OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN" P. JONES, of Lagrange. rOR iSUPEIUSTENDEST TTBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. T2 Y!T97TTT.Tf ATST IilASS CONVENTION! The Republicans of M-inlull County, and all ho, with them, ire opposed to the corruptions of the present Administration, opposed...

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 May 1860

THE" EEPÜBLICM. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 17. 1S60. -IIHTOET Of SLATMT A3 TllK ShkXt TlAOC A nc-r book, recently published, with the aborc tide, U now beiii circulated in our county. We h&rt not hd the time to give the wo a careful inspection, but a nasty glance conrhetis a that it "possess rent merit. .The early iU lory of "the totii of all TilLiiniw," in all quarters W the wor'J. is gireti. al the great truth that it has ever been 'attended by the curse of the Almighty is shown to be not merely an Wie nry of the dreamer. The decline and f.tll of the Roman Empire clearly traced to this cause, and tbe proposition prOTCn bj the mot undiputable CicU of history. ! Shiver in the Uuited Stales, comes in for the Urjrer shire of the author's attention, and this i '.what m ;ke the book so valuable for reference. The legiaUtion of CongresF011 the subject from the formation of .e government down to the present me ü Interesting and s'h.HiU be read by every citizen. One cannot fail to...

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 May 1860

" THE TIIREG FillODS. s i c Tursafneals ihst never fail Each luorlftl bath Himself, hi God, u i last, The Auge! Death. Daarer than power or fame. Or hoarde-d pel f, Nearer than brother's love The love of self. Truer than san or star, Higher than Heaven, Deeper than nether space, God's love is given. . . Mare gentle than tha Spring Or Summer's breath, Anl as a mother kind, TU Angs! Death. Threis athrec-foM fate Binding tha son); God fills, self drinks, Deith treats . Iii golden bowl. The cap U fillel with II is. Drain it, O soul! Xor hate the friend who break The empty bowl. TI131 PROPOSITION. O! Nearest, say yon love me, O! say yon will be mine; I cannot live withoat thee: My heart is wed to thine. Thy cheeks are like the roses, Thy boom like tha snow; -Love in thy heart reposes. Thy lip3 with blus u'erdaw. Kind sir, I ranjtrefnse thee, It grieves me to deny: vJat if yoa will excuse me, - . I'll give the reason why. Yoa have not cash enough, sir, To hang one hope upon; Brides I caa'...

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 May 1860

' f ' "" i ' I' Iii ' SI NattoiTal Bcpnbltcau Newspaper,.: Öcuotcb to (üonsiüutional ibcrtn, Union, ana tuevn true 3ntcrcst of tlje Cuimtvn, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 24. 18G0. WHOLE NO. 185 VOL. 4 NO. 29. ! V f i 5 i : i i V i 5' f; IS FCILI3HEO BVHÄV THtSDT , Bt Orrtcs n wt Kk of Michigan street, tir-rth of A Jam. rLTMOt'TU, IM- - TERMS OF subscription. If paid ia advance,. . .$1 ,0 It paid after six months,. .... At tha end of the year,. 4 -' paper Ji-ntinurd until II rnraragr ara 1-aiJ, alooi at tho option of the pnMi-h-r. TERMS OF.ADVERTISl.Vß. K) juarvof iW etn r fess tan wrrks, or k-, 1, ach allitwaal inserts 25 cent. Larr ..KertUernents . aronortion. L h balf inra to be tharp! S half MB,crlwira..inrn,b-chrstfl-wh!oiKiiiare. 1 a in'. fi m'f. 9 nT. 12 M'h ! 0.Mr 8.1.... S.V.- .;.. 5 " 3 m'. J '. 9 m. 8 xw - 5 -'s" ? - i.cn 8,i 1,n 6. UU 9."0 ll,.M 7. HO 10.0 12"' 2J.' -'.,)0 ' ii,ia 37,o 4 jO Two uarr, Tbree qnarr, ' tmrt mtvius. Third fiJuraa, HIT eluian, Thrnr-fuarth ...

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 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, IXD., Thnrsdaj May 21, 1S60. Republican National Ticked FOR. PRESIDENT. Abraham Liiixoln, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE-PR ES IDFNT, Hannibal Hamlin, OF MAINE. REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET. FOR GOVF.RXOK, HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery. KOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR, OLIVER F. MORTON, of Wayne. FOR SECRETARY Or STATE, WILLIAM A. FEELE, of Randolph. FOR TREASURER OF 8TATK, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES O. JONES of Vanderbnrg. FOR REPORTER OF StTREME COURT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF SITREME COURT, JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange. FR SUPERINTENDENT TUBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Pntnam. HI3PUDLICAN DASS CONVENTION! The Republican of Marshall Count j, and all who, with them, are opposed to the corruptions of the present Administration, opposed to the mod ern and heinous doctrine that the Constitution car ries Slavery into all the Territories, or the enact ment of a Slave Code by Ccngrcs...

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 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL, DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 18G0.- Th Gla Tidijim Of tbe nominatioa of Abra ham Llacoln by tb Chicago Conrention reached here about 2 o'clock, F. M-t Friday, and re eeiTsjd with delight by erery Republican- We went down to the Telegraph ofice about the time abore named and enquired for the news. When inform ed by the operator that "Honest Old Abe'1 reced ed the nomination on the third ballot we were in credulous, but bein assured that tuch was the fact, our pent up "phetmks" gTe we in yells that would hare tent Tecnrnseh to-bed with tbe headache. As eoon at possible an extra was isstled from the Rrrciucii oßce and posted all aro-nd the atrcetrj and in the errnin bondrts were kindled, speech c made, and for lock of a cannon, a system of mntil- mJimj was kept u? until the Chicago train came in , which was about 12 o clock. At the cars the crowd was entertained by Got Reeder, of PennsylTani. in a short but pertinent addresa. lie said his State would do her whol...

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 May 1860

-v . X1LIA" LtX. BT ALICE CAREY. I dkl love thee. Lilly Lee, As the petrel loves ths sea. As the wild bee loves the thyme. As the poet loves tho rhyme. As the blossoms love the dew But tho angels loved theo too. Once, when twilight's dying head Pressed her golden-sheeted bed, And tho silent stars drew near, "White al tremulous with fear, While tlw night's repelling frown Strangled the young zephyrs down Told i all my love to thee. Hoping, fearing Lilly Lee I Fluttered then her gentle breast With a troubled, sweet unrest. Like a bird to near the net. Which the fowler's hand hath set; Bat he: ruonrnful eyes the while, And her spirit-speaking smile. Told me love could not depart Death's palj arrow from the heirt Hushing from that very day Passion, pleading to have sway, Kolding close her little hand, "Watched I; with her till tho sand Crumbling from beneath her tread, Lowered her softly to the dead; "Where in peace she waits for me Sweetest, dearest, Lilly Lee. As tho chased heart Iove...

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