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

COUNTY REPUBLICA N. CI National Hcpublican Neruspapcr Pcooteb to Constitutional Ctbcrtn, Union, anö cocro tine interest of tl)c Count, MARSHALL VOL. 4. NO. 25. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 26. 1860 I if! HZ?$$l ft ft ; SLAVERYQUESTION WHOLE NO. 181. IS f CILMI1ID EVERT THCRSDAT , BT I SPEECH OF HON. OWEN LOVE JOY. Ornes om wmt side of XtcWfaa street, north of A Um, PtYSlOCTH, INI' TER WS OF SUBSCRIPTION. If paid in advance, $1.50 If paid after sit months, 2,00 At the end of the year, 2,30 SSS So aper dix-uatiuued until aU arr.Nunfc-, . are ihl, wiil-v u th. option ( the publisher. Delivered in the luc of Representative A i n I 5th, i s. o. The House being in the Committee of the Whole on the State of the Union, Mr. Lovejot said: Mr. Chairman; The House has been occupied ; for several davs in the discussion of the subject of polysrtmy. Tiie Republican party, of which I am ; a member, stand pledged since 1836 to the extol - minution, so far as t!:e Federal Government h.is the po...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 26 April 1860

fpfjr,"1 T) 1 r)TTT")T T 4 AT 0ur neighbor down street boast of hi. large LllLi ItijL L DLlLAiM. ciiwlaüon. If hebas sescriptio he eaishe ! has we should think he would try to fire M much FI.YUCM TH, IND., IhnrMiay April 26, 1860. occasional exception is not to be wondered at, nor 1 its favor." Existing institutions hare all presump- J Special Dispatch to the Cincinnati üatette. ritall er b offended at any one for choosing to ex- tory evidence in their favor? Does the eaisten. WasHINOTOI, April 19. ercise the tight of thinkiae; for himself, provided of Union of Churcl.and State in England, cf the President BnchauauS Letter to Robert . t 1 1 . em " I IV itlLpr. i reading matter as possible, if not culaejc bis aheet, ' lie alhrws us th.ainie privilege. ; 11 trcra i 1 arKer. e jugjeruxui in mum. v.n- - hut, instead of that he aren to trj how lU reo. 1 Th. nidation made u, the oJitorof the Demo- abalism in the island, of th. ocean, Piracy on die The much ta lked-o lett . . . 7. . . .. L...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 26 April 1860

THE REPUBJLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, APRIL '26, I860. Kentucky aSwlen. leT.J.F.Bothton,oneoftle Kentucky fcx ; ilea, and en aeaodate ofRer, John G. Fee In Ma iaon Countv. Ky., will Wcture at r eatervelt Hall tau (Tharaaay) er awing. Sabject-Thctr Educa- , tioaral and Carlatian labon in Kkrw Expulsion, dec. J mm . a. CoaroBATtot Ei.acnoM.A meeting of th Re pwUicnne of PVj mouth will be held at Wcstervelt Mail, on next Saturday night, for the purpoae of ataefog in nomination a ticket to be supported at the Corporation election next Monday week. It to to the iaterei ot the Tax Pavers that good and mm ml judtciome men hold the corporation office, and ! Republican- rhooW nominate a ticket that will re- j eeive their hearty support. Let all attend the Con- 1 mjmtm v en 1 1 on . mm Mnarwic Plymouth Lodge. No. 149, of F. A. IB meet on Friday evening, tie Xtii lMt, at 7 o'clock. P. M. All member are request ed attend early, as there is important business to be transacted. ML II OoLni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 26 April 1860

Tan B tre-lcjjcd Lnddie." Sixty year ago, a stout, bony youth of oigliteen years olJ. who ha;J been known among his friends as a 'bare-legged laddie,' ; called on a poor but worthy village schoolmister and sat.! "1 Tvauid like to attend your evening achoul, air." Vha do you wUhtostudy?' the teacher asked. " va I . I r.l JTT J wau't tj Irani toread and write,' said fWlad. Xbc teacher looked into the boy's face j with a somewhat scornful, yet a pitying ! took, tbtwJ hb houideis. and then : 1,1 ,7 , , very well, you can attend. Now" if that bony lad had said to the teacher, 'I mean to become a great inventor. to be the companion of rich and noble men, to hoid conversation with Kings, ami . . . e ro write my name among tue great men oi the world,' th tca. her w ould perhaps have called the l.y a fool, for cherishing such wild dreams. Yet that poir lad, who at eighteen, dil n t know th alphabet, did all this before he died. Who was he? His name was Greorga Stevenson, the great railway pi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 May 1860

COUNTY REPUBLICAN. uau mm a i IJj i 51 National Republican Nenspapcr. Dcootcb to Constitutional ibcrto, tfuion, anö mxn true Jntcrcst of tl)c Count. i "''' ' -- - S3 "TT .TO ' .TV. V.T. T, X I ! : " ' ' VOL. 4 NO. 36 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 3. 1860. WHOLE NO. 182. MARSHALL ffl m tH I 10 rSILlSHlDITHT THURSDAV , BV m rt td- erf tftcfttpB a, or,h PL! MOUTH. ISP. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. tf oaid in advance, V irpa,d ""c''--v; 2o U pa.d after s x montha, - At the ' " - ""..I .n .r,Mr,M or raia al- lti- uU -a -i the fui-.lUhcr. TFUHS OF 1DVFRTISING. a. r'Ior'l.,. three week., or leas, fl.00, Om iiaar. of ?iQ eat or lew, tares www, ' ' aJJitioaal inertion 2j cent.. Larger .dve. .tBMia . t .u. t,if nur, ro lcharcela. üaii , . L-thahutatolctrBe'la.ba!f i .; , orer half a wamrt to be charged a a whole qnare 1 m't. S 3.00 5.00 . 7.00 .00 . r.oo 9 m'. Oae aqoarr, T MIMTM. Three sojre. fuar tquan-. Furth eoluma. Third c lain, M tit col urn. f 5,00 .00 9.00 10.no 22.00 t.0U J t .50 10.00 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 May 1860

TÜE REPUBLICAN. PLYMOUTH, IND., Thursday ... May 3, 1S60. Indiana Politic. Col. L iB, tht Republican candi-late for Gorcr nor teem to De pro.secatiae tnc euvni witn vigor REPUBLICAN STATE TICKET, for oovkrxor, HENRY 8. LANE, of Montgomery. TOR tftTRNAST KrE?.!fOÄ. OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne. ron fECRKTAItY OF STATT, WILLIAM A. PEELE, of Randolph. FOR 1 7.F A.-i '."R'.n OF STATE, JOTHN 3. HARVEY, of Clarke. FOR AUDTTO OF STATK, ALBERT LANOE, of Vigo. ram attohsey oetckal, JAMES O. JONES of Vauderburg. FOR REToaTRR Or srFRRMF CO CRT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLE Cat OF erPBEME COUBT, JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange. FOR SrFRRIXTETfOETT FrBT.TC iy?TT.UCTIOS, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Pntnata. KENTUCKY EXILES. ADCT.tR SI Itv. JoHM BOCOHTOt, OF BfXEA. . A ' waaisos worm, nr. L3t Tnajediy crenir.ftho above nuacd c f man rxldrMed a lanre Plvmajeuh er. Hence I mmmm mmmm vitktwuicu n raici 'ell it'll. l lie UU" uiuiv iii-'ii ".u.?ucu kiui itt vuui tea iiriv n ' ; jeet of th? address was to g...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 3, 1860. Corporation Election. ao REPUBUCAPf TICKET. Fmr TVuaSeef. -DANIEL BROWN, a C. BUCK J. C. LEONARD. JOHN ARMSTRONG. H- B. NICHOLS. For Marshal. Itt Ward 3d 3d M 4lh 5th - P JOSEPH WESTERVELT. Ft Clerk. WELCOME RICE. For ArREFUS BROWN Republican Clnb. Th Republican Club of Center Townhip will mett in WafMnrvelV Hall next Tuesday evening. At the last meeting a large number of person were pment and a good time was bad, bitc observed V.i f tV, fair CT wer. in attendance. We hooe that the Young Republican will show their . gallantry hereafter, and give the ladic an oppor tuaity of showing that love for Republican pnnciples which they all posses. mmm Niwi Roo. Dr. T. A. Lemon ha purchased G. B. Lindaey's stock of Books and Periodicals.; B. Lindaey's stock removed them to hi Drug Store, and now is fur ntshing the folk hereabouts with Magaiines and Eastern story paper! in advance and cheaper tli.in ther can be procured through the naail...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 3 May 1860

I f KIND HEARTS. Let bnt th heart he beautiful. And I care not for the face, I hee4 not that the form may want Pride, dignity, or grrsce. Let min I be filled with glow ing thoughts And the sonl with sympathy, And I care not if tho cheek be pale, ' Or the eye lack brilliancy. What though the cheek be beautiful. It soon must lose its bloom: The eye's iri'wt lustre soon will fade, In the (Lark and silent tomb; But thepr'ory of the mind will live, . Though the joyous lifo depart. And the magic charm can never die Of a true and noble heart. The lips that utter gentle words üaren beauty all their own, "Aria m :? I prize? a kinYtty voietf, Thm music's sweetest tone; An i t! "2rh ts aomtfl art harshorshrill If the hea-t withfw beats free, And eehöe.s back each glad impulse, 'Tis aTl the world to me. A BcAUTilVi. NTIMFNT. Tho fo7?OWiog beautiful verse conveys a sentiment which mny of our rea lers will recognizo 0 feelm?thr hive no donbt experienced, but never knew hor ao taoroqgWj to oxproas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 10 May 1860

COUNTY REPUBLICAN! 3HT 1 MARSHALL i - alfatkmal Ucpublican Newspaper. Dcuofeb to Constitutional Cibertn, Wnion, anö eocrg true 3nterest of tlje Countrn. li 1 . , " - s- fc-fil - - - - 1 - - -- ' PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 10. 1860. WHOLE NO. 183. VOL. 4 NO. 87. T , 04 in umwn IS rUBLISRSO CTSAT THÜBSDAT i. MATTira I Orvics ob west il of Michigan trt Plymouth, is d. TRRHS OF SUBSrRIPTIOK. If uid ia advance, MJ If p..J after ix monlhsi 2.00 At the end of the yew, 2,50 WN -per rtseoadimd until II armre an pai l. hVü at the option of the publisher. ... ,., i mTDTisivri i en tN tt m t o quareofiJOcmrh. throe . or "' each additional ios-rtion 2o cent. Larger vert senirn In propor'iwn. L. i tain tl.ill a soiair u-a qnare to bee harp a nan hard a a whoir eqwar. ! , OTer half a Mar to be c1 n - ? Ml 7, 8.0C M tl.'W 6 . I S.0O s,o 10.00 IUM 1X00 37,00 SraV KM njn IV ir.,00 17.X) JT.'0 34.no 41. M H wi's- j One vjnare. Tin quaraa, Thr qnai, Fonr square, V" ur h rolitnii Third mhiaa, ."0:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 10 May 1860

A IX Li XI! U 1 UUL 1 V L 1 1 . . - .l. . . Mr PLY.nOtTH, IM).. REPIBLIC AN STATE TICKET. OR UOVKP.XOlt, MFA'RY S LANE, of Montgomery. V rOR fUlUTSNANT COVERXOR. OLIVER P. MORTON, of Warne. roa Hcctuir.utr or täte, WILLIAM A PFKLL, of IUndulpb. FOr. TTIEASTRBR or STATE, JONATHAN S. TTARVHY, of Clarke. roa acditor or sr.vu:, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOB ATTORXET OESKBAL, JAMES O. JONES of Vanderburg. rot RF.PonTER OF SUPREME COCnT, BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF SUPREME COURT, JOHN P. JONE, of Lagrange. PR MILE r-mpv. ha:, TUi simple s atviaer:, the truth of which ha never been quettione. produced great coostmatfon and rfsm.iy in the Shsmocratic eatap. Thc üoiuiata man whom every one of them had en , dorsed aa "Tlie Lest Clerk Marshall County ever, had." should prove a defaulter and fail to par over afcs inaaiea iu Lis hands according to !iw, was, at glaiice.aeen 10 be a very damaging exposition. 1 U u iL.,u.;i.Imu;. I.nn. -K,... arf EHIVTF.NDNT Pmi.ir l9TKrCT!ON, ' 'V JT. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 10 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. s - . i!, .,, ,1 e - - " S LOCAL DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 10, 1860. We Fou.ht the wot lUsjSMs 7 W Corporation thjcti bsUi hra last Moa day resulted in the choice of the entire Democratic ticketby majorities ranging between 18 and 48. r an average naijority of 31 The r,,,t' far frora being ditnowraj-snf. rs cheerieg. Last jeer the Democracy carried the election hj an averagt mjority of 71 he largest majority received being 8 aw the maiU st i4. This year, thee, RepeasUe-an rem of 40 rote. The reeelt laut jeer Was claim ed ee e test. We accept the result ibie Xear as a te-it also, and rejoice in the steadfast and continual growth of Republican sentiment. The candidate were chosen from amongst the beet ten of their respective parties. Neither bad the advantage in this respect, and wt accept the resn't as an augury of the victory which shall petch pon Republican standards the coming full, Toe Republic ir.s of Mar ih. ill luve cants to re jeice in the intomitable p!uck di...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 10 May 1860

Kor the Republican.) A TO I ;H GAMECOCK. In the fall of the year 1S40, while yet aj bor, I eagafted niytelf to i man by the I name of P D Miller, a tvsUent farmer of WSTM County, Ohio, at that time extensively engaged in driving cattle to the Eastera Cities, to help him drive hUsto.-k, iinm- J bering 250 head, to Baltimore, Maryland. Among the nanus was one who hailei from N'otv Jersey, a "rale Down Easter," and who flourished r.n ler the distinguished nj.ol'.ationof "Col. Jack." One of nature's oueer lumps of elay. was Jack. He w hs undeniably great at anything and everything. Cock lighting especially. Uue evening while sealed aro. nd the stove of the Bar Room, in a tarerti in Virginia, it was proposed by one of the party, and unanimously agreed to, for Col. Jack to tell a story. After taking something to wahdown the dust, as Jack termed it, and with anV hem! Jack commenced: "I once had a cock." said he, "that could jit rip the rags off all natur. I foot : him agin everything in Ne...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 17 May 1860

COUNTY REPUBLICAN. & National Hepnblican Newspaper. Peootcö to Constitational Cibcrto, Hnion, anö ttjeni true interest of trjc Count, VOL. 4. NO. 28. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1860. WHOLE NO. 184. MARSHALL m unsmn ! rCBLISHCD KTKBT THPflOAT,lT Orrtcs ea west side ef Äickiip street, north of Aftams, FLTMOt'TI, IND TERVS OF SUBSCRIPTION. If paid in advance, It paid after six months, At th? end of the year, $1.50 .2,00 an TN paper discontinued until all errearares art pavd unless at the option of the smblisher. TERMS OP ADVERTISING. On SM of 2JO ems or le, three weeks, or Veen, fl.OO, w . , . i - a rents. Lareer advert ist lucnt i, 0r.orti n. ls than h-if . square to be charged half in, ocr half a sonar charged an a hole square 3 m . Ott - 9 3.00 Two "in, 5.0 Three quam, ft-tal Four (uan-s. 7, Fu irth ntnxna, S.oO Third rot.imn, . Iltif.--.lum i. 1 J Thrve-thnrths eelumn. .oft Ou' column. ii.OO 6 m i. 9 m's. 12 ss's. I f :..0O S W $ .00 : S.00 lO.tlO 12.W I 9,99 ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 17 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN ply. worm, im)., Tkidar May 17. 186. REPl BUCA STATE TICKET. von uoTKRMpatr, HfcN.iY S. L.VN'i:, of Montgomery. For. mus ruuit Govrnxon, OMVKR T. MORTON, of Wayne. ftR SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM A. PEELE, of Randolph. FOR TTF.RIT.FR OF STATU, JONATHAN S. HAUVEY. of Clarke. FOR AUDITOR OV STATE, ALBERT LAXfiE, of Vigo. FOR ATToRXF.T OEXERAI., .TAMES G. JOKES of Yanderburg. I'.'U REfOSTl OK Rl'l'RKME fT.rRT, BENJAMIN liATiRI N, of Marion. FOR fJ.KRK OK SUPREME COFRT, J.'HN' P. JONES, of Lagrange. FOR ft PT-IUNTENUKNT FTBLK INSTKUCTluS, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. REPUBLICAN MASS CONVENTION! Tho Repnk .a, ot" Marshall County, and all i who, w ! . t. a1. n..ruvBjUl ai Ai-iMniniArc r f w.u., ,.v w .v i the pres. nt Administration, opposed to the mod j The nomination wa made unanimous by acclamaern and htinous doctrine that thc Constitution car- tion. 3!. Inin 11 tl Territories, or the enact-1 motion, Hon. Franc A. Haflfm in , of Du ment of a Slave Code bv f 'engrcs for ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 17 May 1860

WITT? D CBTTRT TP A W I JL X -Hl It1 -Ei i LI 15 JjJLlJ Ai . LOCAL DEPARTMENT. - THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1S60. HuTomr or Slatut thk Slavs Trade." A wr book, recently ptiMfehcd, with the bore tWe, w ww beinf emulated in our eountj. We hare not had the time to give the wo k careful inspection, but a haety glance conTin. es 4 that it rr.t merit. The early hfc'ory of "the .. nm of all villaime," i all quarters of the wor'U. , it would nave Doen wise to li-.re iiioiigui tt jrire. aad the great truth th at it has ever been more of thecvil befor it camo. Something afteawJrd hr the curse of the Almighty is horn to ought to be done, and that right speedily, be noi merely an Wie (aacj of the dreamer. The . Not because the time for holding nonunadecline and 111 of the Roman Empire is clearly ting conventions is close at hand, for there traced to this cause, and the proportion proven by the most (indisputable feet of history. b th.. I'liitttt States, comes in for the ...... I larger share of the antn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 17 May 1860

TUE THREE FillNDS. Thrss frien 1 tint nerer fail Each mortal hath Himself, his 0, mi 1 Itvst, The Augel Death. Dearer than power or fame. Or hojtrdcl pelf, Nearer than brother's luve The love of self . Truer than sun or star, Higher than Heaven, Deeper than nether paco, God's love is given. Mare ent'e than the Spriag Or Summer's breath. And as a mother kind, The Angel Death. There is a threc-fol.i fate Binding the son; God fills, self drinks, Death breaks It go! lea bowl. Th cap H filled ritb biiss. Drain it, Osoul! Nor hate the fri?n 1 who breaks The empty bowl. TU PROPOSITION. O! dearest, say yon lor? me, O! say yon will be mine; I cannot live without thee: My heart is wed to thine. Thy cheeks are like the roses, Thy b j-som lke the snow; Lova in thy hout rcpoaes, Thy lips with bliss u'erdaw. Kiaiair, I must refuse thee, It grieves me to deny: Rut ii ya will e.vjuse me, I'll give the reason why. Yon have not cash enough, sir. To hang one hopenpon; Bsi ies I can't consent, ir, To i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 24 May 1860

- I MARSHALL COUNTY REPUBLICAN. " . ' . " " - - - m .mm m i ' 11 " " " & National ttcytibliean Newspaper. Dcootco to Constitutional Cibcvtn, Hnion, and tocrn true 3ntercst of tl)c Conntvn, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 24. I860. WHOLE NO. 185VOL. 4 NO. . if IS rOLI3HDtWRr THtrSDT,Bt i itrr.es on wt Kk of Michigan street, nnrth of A4am., PLYMOUTH. (SB. j TERNS OF SUBSCRIPTION. i ta If pan in advance,. '' It paia alter sax uionttid, j At the end of the jear . r Nu vpr- .li ..ufuiu.-J until all arrvaragf ara pmlä, naJ.i. at tho option of the jMit-H-hcr. TERMS OF VOVF.RTISiNf:. . 1 aafH of iiu em- .u- 1c.-., tbre wrrka, or k-a, eh a l litiunal InscrrMi " LareT advprtlarluellts Lmih.m Uiir acinar to b t harpl as half a feuarr. ortr half a tnarc n tweharc-n a a wn"! qiiarr. .i m . S ' 6.0U 7. HO S, f,.i 1 ! ntt quam. Two . ,!-. Tkrcr .qaarr, ir .r-r, .mrta rntanix, ThirO rt4wmn, H aian. ? a.n 1." , , an.oo 7o"iio Thr--lbnrlh ccJiimh. J".' im culaiaa. J..'"' aT rate fcr Spec...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 24 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. t .-mm - - - - PLYMOUTH, IXD., Tkirxiaj May 21, 1S60. Republic an National Ticket. FOR PRESIDENT. Abraham Linrolii, OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE -PR ES IDF XT, IIa nn ihn I Hamlin. OF MAINE. REPIBLICAS STATE TICKETr FOll GOVERNOR, HENRY S. LANE, of Montgomery. K'r unnnun governor, OLIVER T. MORTON, of Wayne. FOR SECRETARY OF STATE, "WILLIAM A. PEELE, of Randolph. FOR TREASURER OF STATE, JONATHAN S. HARVEY, of Clarke. FOR AUDITOR OF STATE, ALBERT LANGE, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, JAMES G. JONES of Vanderbnrg. FOB REPORTER OK SiTREME COURT. BENJAMIN HARRISON, of Marion. FOR CLERK OF SITREME COURT, JOHN P. JONES, of Lagrange. FR SUPERINTENDENT rCBLIC INSTRUCTION, MILES J. FLETCHER, of Putnam. REPUBLICAN HO A S S CONVENTION! The Republicans of Marshall County, and all who, with them, are opposed to the corruptions of thc present AdministraUon, opposed to the mod ... , A4. n ... ern and heinous doctrine that the Constitution car-; ern anu neinoas uucu-mr ries Slavery into al...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 24 May 1860

THE REPUBLICAN. LOCAL, DEPARTMENT. THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1860. Thb Glad Tinisas Of tbe nomination of Abraham Lincoln by the CWeago Convention reached here about 3 o'clock. P- Friday, and receirad witH dolifht by Tery Republican. We went down to th Telegraph office about the time above named and enquired tor the new. When informed by the operator that "Honest Old Abe" received the nomination on the third ballot we were BV credulous, but being assured that such was the fact, oar pent up "phelinks" gave w; in yells that would have tent Tecumseh to-bed with the head ache. At soon at possible an extru was Issued from the RtreaucA-i office and posted all around the streetrj and in the evening bonilrts were kindled, speeches made, aad for ack of a ennoo, a svttem of mnrilmMmg was kept up until the Chicago train came in , which wat about 12 o'clock. At the cars tb crowd was entertained by Gov Reeder, of Pennsylvania, in a short but pertinent ii is . : j Wi- rr.i t ill, hor whole iure, nt .. - -...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Republican — 24 May 1860

BY ALICE CAREY. I did love thee. Lilly Lee, As the petrel loves the sea. As the wild bee loves the thyme, As the poet loves the rhyme, As the blossoms love the dcv But the angels loved thee too. One, when twilight's dying head Pressed her golden -sheeted bed, And the silent stars drew near, "White axd tremulous with fear. While tl? night's repelling frown fctrangled the young zephyrs down Told I all my love to thee. Hoping, fearing Lilly Leal Fluttered then her gentle breast With a troubled, sweet unrest. Like a bird to near the not Which the fowler's hand hath 6et; But her mournful eyes the while, And her spirit-speaking smile. Told me love could not depart Death's pale arrow from the heirt Hashing from that very day Passiou, pleading to have sway, Folding close her little hand, Watched I with her till the sand Crumbling from beneath her tread, Lowered her softly to the dead Where in peace she waits for me Sweetest, dearest, Lilly Lee. As the chased heart loves the wave, As blind s...

Publication Title: Marshall County Republican
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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