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PUTNAM REPUBLICAN BANNER. JBRM9 —S2.S0 PER YEAR. VOLUME xrv. ' rTBRRAL VTOILA1TCE IS THE PRICE Or LIBBRTT -T.OMAI Jarreae** INVARIABLY IN ADVANCE. ■'VVV^VVX'X' GREENCASTLE, INT)., THURSDAY, JULY 5. I860. *wv>« NO. 27. Maid A TRCB WORD SPOKM IN , Iwtti&tk young mm in t neighboring j (twa'apou '"■ departure ^or Phil<del •til. la*! month remarked to his sister ,llfc*vB»ra r*rn»r" hef're • month 1 ■IT BOO> ' "me tgain in a metallic over- ^fi sure enough last Saturday his reru brought hack iti • iiieuiiic ■tie C<iHrirr. The 2525! if ""SiiT", ^ Go-n« Home «,:*• ■»'•«- "•«*• •• •»• «•»«••••" 1 he eaitor •* |A« >„w Alboajr £«*>.,. | i, ,„„,„ bu, , ,unjluer gince we JoJ|f. I doue" ghi,| f0Uow.«od in the land of the has been presented • copy of the Indi .j forward with eager bopea to the com \ Beautiful—the homo of the All Pathtr ana Ph'tilx, a paper published in Salem. I mg yean. Auil [From the Koch..i« r.ion j A. Quaker Wedding-—Beautiful Brido Radicalism, Bad and Good. A Good Thing. and Interfiling Ceremony ..Th- RldlM|. of p,Kalb held • A popular clergyman of this city has _ A correspondent of the Richmond mealing at Maysrille, th« county seat, •0.1" met. eaaoW"'.' * H^jjjj.'avette Jvttrnat has been told MJaJ»r'.Mlu'. of that city, for 830.000. gala | ! ' •. iLR— fowler and Karl D,T« Jejat -aid '" *-'0' Teuiploten 1.9W0 tie on private terms. The <ta to about 8171,000. or about I The cattle are now being, f( wlcr & Karl's Benton eoun- i reprising twenty.two tboasaod rnia paper aays a large lake UcOVercJ in that State, from ,i| which can be obtaiued a u ly of ■■■•.! without much jd in a state ot almost absolute considering the fact that the j |ow dependent on the lagoons _ ay tur it- borax, and the con- , tia|twOjr that this foreign supply may at tajtiros be < '•'■ ff tl.is discovery i» of 10little iui|i iriaucc. Jaatee SI > -re, formerly proprietor of' the iuei.. m Hold in Madiioa, got into ' „ plates i L :i ">'.>> Thc-inae Us'.u-u-. m4$f Bsornnig st Bedford Springe, and ilratl wttt. 11 tlio temple with a glass, froB) lM t"' ••'> he dud i'i th.i'v u.'n It' i* \* now in jail at BedlorU. t<i Courier. i*a|lM I i '< ict-ii rttered into be tweewtke ' .«teca u! the Hainan and trie area I • ; ' • pai tics for the repair an.i [tiling to navigation of the IOJ thu Mate line lo i'erre Haute ■atideot has authorized the is-pardun to A. Li BiedsGe, who, y part of the war. was an HI cretary of War in the Con fed- II lie t. idr -' tml that some of our I'arm-i c mimenoed harvesting their pid '!iit the crop will bu better UflLAar iiprcteil. The serocls ure stamp end good.—Prinetlon Clarion. JeaM Jonro. of Honey Creek Town- <hia\.Vkf in,;, in 1.U- ;.i> ..-; OBBJaiiia11 I i" i'ie mual iotas' method uf Baa^rt-'"11"; '«' bis gun was luaded— ' ptlfcji?'1"' ''>'t mi tho hammer and i back while be blew in the The usual result ensued. The ii the gun were lodged in his It is tliought be will lecuvcr. t daughter of P. A. Harrison. Haute, awaliowcd a tcaspoonful ' of poiaoi. .s l.one me 1...ii.e that iiaii be*o left ,II lur rriich. and waa with greet aNCc.ity saved lio'ii death. A •egio b.iy stole over 830 off a . eoaaMtin >' ^-11 - ■ n the otlv-r day while ' the MB) > ' luirgc of thestore was fill lagaAoru.- hid pifn l.-i I'jito liteet tc 'i its If Ii 1 not been arrested. This BTI>. ihit III-,'TI K will !■!■ ul WMPMOVS never do. • < >b course, not,' ^B tho New Albany Commercial of TllMay we learn that Jos Woodward. »n wife ..: lister, wire horribly uiur-amltien Oiangevillc, Urauge couuty, lasTieao.i;, i.i^hl, and bis mother, an I W lady, -c.ii.iy » .uuded. fth- »«s •Jilt at tli .hi ,o il.tr '1, 'i.-li I ,', Oaaeted to l,\e, und states tbaill.r. e aea, ooa I thein wearing a blue coat, infjmitied dm ti rnii-li died A man seated Wui >atidcrs was caught un the | t.lla near Ihu acenu of the butcher),who '.nlencu I- having eomiuiltcu the OU • has condensed as lollowa: I the stronger ties which hold us here are The paper is five eolnmns to the page,; hrokeu aud uot a ripple left ou the printed ou dingy material, returns place o Awav from its Mother in tha Hfnr '"•••""**"• ""•"•• "•"■•'«"»iu|»». »■•»» »uuwu aa vjnaaera. in , expressions of an amiable and ehnatiao(?) »»atown Conrt Home resorted to a norel expedient which has their mode of worship, uiauuer of dress, character, the following was adopted: served perhaps a double purpose, vii, and many other customs, thty differ' •/Y.io/i-,/, That Jefferson DITU, R. E ou dingy material. It contains streeaa. , ine last day of oiir CirentUourt oi- first, to relieve him from bores; second, | from other denominations, but more par ' Lee, und the leadera of the late rebellion nf the elections which had taken t»>f<> years once seemed a long and hibited, tays the MerganU»u (OhioI , te let the beggars see thotnselvce a* olh- tioularly in the matter of marriages. I ooght speedily to share the fata of Mra' a the first Monday iu August, • *«"J pilgrimage to tread. It now , ' ost, a acme the like of which has nev- ers see them. And we may add that he atteoded one of theae. by invitation, last Surralt and demoo Win!' eeieed 14,lyil votes, and .ludge Law 10, j mounds whose grasa u Iresb with the 'he instace of Clark Kverly against his -til (VI. Ho,m has loog been dead, I "aiering uf l. ars , shadows even, which wife for the rendition of tho body of a but Judge Law still lives, and was the we would not forget. We will garner, cn''d born to tbe parties prior t their :ast Kepreseotative in Congress, previous , '"• sunshiue of those years, and with separation. to the present member, Iroru tbe diatriot cliBr=toned step* and hopes, push on lo farurrJay la>t was consented in the ex-tn which, thirty live years ago, he was "ard the eveuiug whuee signal lights aminatioo of witneoaaa, eaji)eMng the plain as the talk itaelf TO All, WHOM IT MAY OONt'KtN. iat resolution to any hand in their "intentions" to a buaineeO • very enlarged sense,"—S* LOMA Rei>ub. meeting at least one month before tbe. Of course not! Jefl. Davis ia a poor, Dr. does not live here. He has iappo!DU'd ,"ne f" the we,lJlDK- rhu , abused martyr to his principles, and R aoved away where he l,vo. now, and \meeU"* "ppo.uts a committee to innt.ii c K. Lee is the first soldier of the eonotry, uill not oceupy this house auto till """ ,he J,r,,l'»««i- "I the match a.,,] ie aeoord.ng to all Democratic auther.rioa. port at the next meeting. It the repor' The Hepuhlicana aud returned soldiers •Mrs. .letii i.-.in ltaviasays. while iu Sa vanuah her liilia soo was taught by the soldiers to siug . ■ We'll bang Jeff Da vis on a sour apple tree,,' ,V And one oiotl.er "iOt think a lie suuibody, so is you. 10 is father, but you is not, BO II not aoy W us but me, I am a Yankee every lime." 4, Wick 12 etc., OtO. Just to think of her bony linger at him—aheu 1'ubliu ■gOwlelBg shrieks sent such ■ thrill of land Blkbarl being in tho same OpteMoel hcilged up his way—wheu! Borr°w to tho heart of the by-itOldoN district! In the third and last dietricl,'''reed. Cower, and Momv, weir allied '- "«'» 'he veieo of a woman in distress roo„m for horses or donkrjv s reiitihneeri. Pressed in all the purest while, emblem- Have no vacant rooms o. beds to spare a(K. 0f her spotless eh.r.cter, with no for agents, colporteur., traveling minis 0MI,luent, „„„ ,hoM! BUpp|lod by „a. tera, uiiisiunarics, leaehera, elders, beg tl The Indianapolis ILrild of th- 20tb contained it most iiilaiuoii- u:ti..e in ref erenee in iinv Mortom'o apci di the nl|»ht The artieio is filled with the in 1831, (as he had also beeu iu 1638 soel ; he tnoislenud thu eye. afte.ward beeame a Demoerat, and ■• With u pen dipped in gull for the sell to tho earth lor the Bake of his inch was elected to Congress in 1860 tempter, or net with tears aud ladeu country ■od 1862, Iii this — then, as now, the 'with love and sorrow for the victim, he In a hospital at Nashville a short time Second—diajtiat, Judge Wu-k, whore ; wrote, and tiuighled the old "Qaguga ago, a wounded hero lay waiting on the eeWod tho largeat vote aa a Clay candi Chi-r\" and sent it forth over the hills amputation table, under the influence of ' . . . II i »r . _ X- i. .1 .i -Ul I. ._ TI -... .IT I : giving part of I,,,,, ,„ ^ ^ ^.^ do#i not ^ , u. snort, the minister ,me, not live o|l trtlIlu|mls voice, hot Mill loud dinne, -hark iu ten minutes," might a a l.cio now and "od things have pa.sed CQ u to bo audlb,u u, ,„ W|„lin |Uu well have added, Ian, killing nivseT aw.y, and all are bcome new. ,„„„,_ rcp(,alta ^ |qJ rf ^ ^ ■ A young womaT'named Blitobalh "l°'*• l"e",-'"" of the Lord and be .Welch, or H.rrlogtoa, killed herself ton'thlf "««»W, 1 take \\ It to be date, afleiward became a Deuio, rat, Bad i and valleys ul Nner 1 ink—out into the chloroform 1 iu v rut cfl Ins stiong , b» taking Mrvehnine on TuesdaT Horn i "'> ,,u,,"",tl. Pru,,1""nP. *"h Divine as- LS such was elected, first in 1839, and I world—into highways aud by ways—ni-|righl arm, aud oast it. all bleeding, upon Bialanoe, to be nnio I.no • loving line alterwurd fur two other terms. In the j lo hovels and palaces 11 was seed sowu the pile ol human limbs. They thin Thud distiict, tieneral McCarty, elected I I" a good place, which baa growu and laid him gently upon his crnieh. He as a Jackson candidate over two Clay ! ripened into ii harvest. He has lived, i awoke from his Mupor, and milted his competitors, iu a strong Whig district,' to see the little bund of sixteen, who,ar<>i. With his left arm he lifted the subsequently became a Whig, aud. MU J met in a chamber in thu city of Boltix cloth, and there guiaiiy enough, was, in 1MI, defeated i more—tho old Wasliiiigtoinaoi— swelled ' ''" hi ic's my arm?" he cried, "get my under eircuuistatirr. prooitolj siinilar to to millAns. He has lived to aee palsied i strong right arm." thooo under which he had been elected, the finger of Scorn — Opinion changed; They brought it to him. He took ten years before, by Andrew Kennedy, a . —Money, (ireod, and I'ower, obedient hold of the cold clammy fingeii, and DoBOOlOt. who ran iu between him und to Lsw—the tempter punished as a another Whig candidate, thu late Caleb criminal. He has lived to seo Plenty li. Srailb. where was I'overty and Woalj the ig Pol (Jovernor, the candidates were ! norant and degraded raised and educated, ing The deceased was nhout twenty D) u iltiog in) food, and then trying lo diupst ii over my papers , at 43 I shall probably b« either a broken down inv«. lid or a lunatic, but, in ike meautime, 1 am vrry much at JOUI aervire," There looking sle.-ullastly at the poor dead member thus addressed it vt.th tearfol carnesluess: "Good-bye. old arm We have iieen • >'|i ■ iti- u«,ianii nir lll'l'Ui tntlll) fill' , ,, I t»0 ve.ns of „,,. and ol good appear fs"f"u, ,1 W,le »»«•' doaili shall l.paxaW U •' l • - ■ tally humor about that other ance. Shi came from Attica about three U"' , ll"" w" tvU"m^ hJ ■j«"»g *• tl?T3 "' «• » •' '" • N"* BntttoodoH*. days before her death, and was hoarding n,a",,S0 COTUBooto by the newly married who asked his guest, at , und day din nithaMre. Null, in a house of Hun. "'""P'0 •ud ." Urf "1 ,"u,l'«r "'' those ncr ,1 In,-wou.d mind eating hi. .- .1 T.I . \t._.-.._._. . presont, witnes.os in'be street asthev walked alunr."—. iitb Michael Harrington was with her the greater portion ol the time sin-was here, and was said, by her, to be her husband. This, however, he denied. (In M. inlay evening two young women riiiin-and took him from the house, and on Tuesday morning tin- deceased saw liar riugtou ami one woman who came for present, nearly one hundred, as I 10 marriage ceremony was. uow rum pleled, this twain have been made one, phrey Tabor, on Market street, opposite I.'.'"*'"' """> """ '""""*«■ ■■ w.tn.-sses. I in CM alreet .. thoy walked along "- !:_.«. U:-L-.I it. _ .. I he niarriuiio was nnv mm I lute is a n, ,r.il in this whi.'b last bm it men ibi lid In i I R dting down and the company dispersed over the dil food, anaconda f'aihion, may give one a fercnt rooms to enjoy ibaQielvel as bOll 'i'1'0 more pre«ent time for business, bat suits their fancy. But. ai I before said, H'wiH lake away from nf-i about ai many a rninmitlet- ol older l-'nends ia always on hnnd lo see that everylbmg is con-ducted properly, and in good order Noah Noble, Clay, JoiOeaO. Read, wanderers rind out easts led back lo leva, i » 'ong lime together. We must part him, innsiuc along the street. She went , Pr,'l*"(*' however, causes but lit-now. lino,I bye. old arm. Vouiluaver ti re another carbine nor swing toolbar Jackson. The former was elected by a right, home and friends ; fortune! gain dieided majority, lioveinor Noble ha- end i n the ruins nf bankruptcy; char b'eo t'eud IOID0 twenty live _M ai.«. but ne'er- n i ned that had been lost; peace sabre for the govornment." and the teara Judge Read Mill lives ia our neighbor- where there was w»r ; joy when- was rolled down uis cheeka. i. • to«ii of Jefferson vi 11.- Floyd voted sorrow ; gladness where was woe ; prison' He then s aid lo those stindini: h) : 347 for No biu. Read 4bli ; Clark, Noble d ors opened, and almslmnse- depopula- I • Indi ratand, 1 don t r.-gret its" Un out, and in .short time returned, saying' ,l.° ;'-»""'" ul""' ,'lfl 7"«nger uiomber. tho. Harrington had married, and that "' »»>e part, lor thc.o-o,d, ..ale, «| solemn aa tliey may appear -air many of them lull ol luu aud pleasure, and s!ie Would pnisnn herself. She had oh tamed from a drug store seven graiuiof si rich I. mo which aho mixed in a cup ol aler, aid tiratik. She was instantly af-fell years as the number el daya saved for working by the rnahiog policy of meal taking, **m± How TO RUIN A SOM —lat. Let him have his own way. '/<\ Allow l> in the in-c use of money. 3d. nib i nun to rove where he ITOrtoo -Fanny Kcrn--scems to be ihvtoughly posted ou the man i|ues-tiOf. ,.bbc iK.Oeistun.l- exactly what ac-ladjMl^ e In md creatures, She uoaex- 'dtortei: ng ng.., and v( c. uise, can be relied a. n ,il„n she -|fuk- il the •uraer >i > ll.c lollowug is funny's hoi-) J ' *j>w I lit a strip of white Mocking loor boot, or a bit of embroidered a n,i ii,!. aud you may lead a the nose. 1 have positively seen lodmg a*, the corners eagerly bob r r.eads thu way or that, to light of the uaiter boot ai they Irum the vanoui ommbuaci.— young ii.in either—but gray-cid codgers, who have graudpa a.i over them." ID TO KEEP UP.—Ooe of oor Dtn waa taken down by an Irish - i.i i day. "Now, doo I drive |nd he to Patrick at he handed iiiiei. Pat look a survey of the bait, and with a merry twinkle |»ye replied, '•faith an I II keep 'ha luneral if it kills him."— pit Courier. ■ '■ mng itory ia current at tgton, aud good enough to he ■uiisier tJeneral DoooboB was im-l* d by an Ohio Copperhead to 81 a Iriend to the tame pcrion to r* "Is the man you recommend ■I L'oioo man? ' inquired tho Uov- _ "O yea, he tupporti Mr. .*"" reconatruction policy." re- |<he Copperhead. Tbil reply ev- ■, did not suit the Governor, ind l(ut how did your fricud vote J»st Presidentiil electioo?" "For "•»." was hu reepooae. "Well," ° »V'rDor' "w* ,r* not •PPoint "J McClellao men to office ju.it [° 'his Department. I Sooth had much greater wroagi » of against the Republicans I Revolutionary fathara bad rj Great Brittio. — I*dianapolit r° '"« Southern cause wai as holy I it t wl"CD our tooeetort fought, Id'' wi,h ' ""illioB aiurderi |he horrort of Aodersooville fet-rr ln hl» wo I, ii ai much tbe hero I ."' ,n" J"t*tioo aa wai George " ■■'■-TPor'/iwyfo- G*tf". 4311, Read 031 , Harrison, Noble 7«>-. led t I fill the cottage, the school aud the ; '' BM been t iro fiuui my body thai not . f,.cted by the poison, and shortly Head 1M; tlrangn. Noble 888, Read church , burthens of society become or- i one State should be torn from this gUri- into cnnvulaioni, which continued ut o8W ; franklin, Noble 880, Read 300"; naments and helps, to tee a world of I ous Union.'' terreli, in apite of mcdloal treatment Washington, Noble 7U4, Read 804, beauty rise and bloom along the path he ••• hour, whtn she died. Tho decca Wayne. Noble 1,1%, Read 6114 ; Marion, Noble 1124, Read 422 , Jeflenoa, Noble 131, Read 530, Davieis, Noble 20S. Read .'.43. It will be iccn that personal and local considerations bad more to do in an eccaied our years old lo eojoj a | a-tiiiiu of tins sort as much as ' pleaies on the Sabbalh. those who are younger, and more given 4th line him lice access to enmpao-to parties, frolics, ftc, I itins af hit own euoo-ing. fith Coll him lo II,i aooOBBt for hie cniiiiga. lith Wnrnish him with i. , stated em-has trod , to see a nation almist scpul- j The DovBBport QtUttti loog ami de. bu » „iilu git I about chred in sin, disenthralled and rcgener eiaedly Radical, has become Johnson- ( ibe euro of slraugcrs. tied. ixed. and displays iti platform, which' Harrington was married by for a few yean past, we have lo<l wc commend to our conservative friends. Brandt, and is in the blinlul enjoyment Sm.il i"j ""ii" "-'"'i' s•i g hvl. o lr t.uh e .n o IlIle o,lid. uher.o, „anjd «w.e 'I iinn tmhee fnn.lilinowwirinng" " »w,o,rriat«s lfo,,rr tibnno hbnoui.rr " o fe t.ih o hi o n e y m o o n . Hn e s hL o u lIdI s e a s o n S o u t h t o l e,a r u , s o m , e t h i n g? o t .t h e, is' .- it.o. .d n' J , b a a e d i and ruined . c h i l d . , T h o u ,a,a od* — i have realised the sad results, and hai a IgOM mourning to the grave. Southern Society Here is a brief picture of tho boatted "Southern Society" of which wc hear ko much, sketched by a Govetuaicut clhccr, '-M| who haa reaided loog enough at -the pbivment. Pursue either of these ways, and you will experience a moil marvellous delif-eriiuce, or you will have to u.ouru over with election iu thoic days than poll feared h« had already passed into the' Bui m mult not fofyet tknt Mat m*f u wit|, nnchuine.--Uymyuri Journal., •00,"l7 ,n ,n,t ,0Tel)r r*8loni induced by-tics. Thus, though General Jnekion Inven "wln-ic tno storms never beat, and If mtrcy lo i*dividwjf,is trinity lo '/<••' ^ •.•—-■ that "benign inatilullou" which, alas! has always carried Indiana when a cundidute, the waters aru still." Rut tbete came .Stale..— Andrew Johnxi.u I« the f'ommon Pleas Court ofbecnwipcdoutofcxislet.ee by the late yet the Clay men generaillllyy carried the ' to our table a lew days since, from the TV.mo* »nii«(/r m.,,/, ,„/,'„„*, Irailtn Columhiann county, Ohio. Rev. O- M wir State election!. Thus, the BtrOBg Uein ocratio county of franklin gave their fellowscitixen, Noble, a large majority, while tbe Whig county of Daviess pave (Ariz- fellow-ciuxen, Judge Read, a ma jorily. In tbe list of members elected to the Legislature, tbe first on the list is that sister Slate of Wisconsin, another »UM. «4 pHBWAod and IBM oiithtd. ihtu Todd and wile, ol New Lisbon, have, ' -Chitf amiller than that Of years ago; wu>< ,,o< o,,/,, U , /„,/, l,,t ,h.,r , „ /,./ recovered $2, 500 damages from Robert « "«l l"'» »«»•» soya however is DO —yet its face was just is fair— its ty |fMlNtfr uii.ti 6e J.*'ruyd; andoflfr m»k> Whitncro for circulating reports deroi-a thing new—lo those who aro at all fa 'I iir.HK is a great atoitOBMBt al Craw-fordsvillo over a shocking case of child muider. An old maid, industrious and hitherto held above suspicion, gave to a child, and, to conceal her broat or a crime _ maa, i of Calvin Fletcher, who died last week, drops that were wont to glitter all over "U Andrew Johnson, hereby proclaim 'he jiistnc of the ilanderous charges, neverlhe.esa, we commeod it to tbe coo recently married, as the author of her chosen to tbe Senate lrom Marion and the CA"/ of yore—for the bright liberty—full, broad, and unconditional excited intense interest, and gathered eideration ol the reader, vouching for Us rui° Hamilton. There ire a few of tbe Sen- ibou-hts that illumined everv narairrarAf! liberty—to every man in Tennessee! I the largest audience that ever attended Uu,u M B picture of 8outhcrn society ——~- in gem i«,, . oM J I .t.h e writci A thrifty young man married a roev osen iue senate iron Chi'/ or yore -for tmerty—lull, oroau. imilton. the Seu- thoughts every paragraph , 1 slurs then elected still alive L>r. Ollmi but in vain. Why, was told in a single will be your Moles, and lead you through ol L. Clarke, lrom Tippecaooe ; B. I . paragraph the Red Sea of atrugglc and servitude, Wallace, from Kouotain, now of Grant, "The fonior is no better since the last j to a futuro of liberty and peace ' Re Jamci farriogton, lrom Vigo ; John issue. This changeable weather it rery | hellion and slavery shall no more pollute Beard, from Montgomery, and John liu bad for one in hia condition." uur Stalo. Lofil men, • htihtr wkaeor "mont from Swilxeiland. Of the repre Whi.l a world of meaning lies ... three;';'"'7'' 'V1! a'°U? #"«»»-• 8W«.rt-sentatives, Henry Brady of M.rion.still s,10rt iJDCs And sy tho J»d warrior j, Andrew Johnson ; ;,...,.„ ,a, the colored livet; also ThomaaB. Mbford, of Ma | iB avr,y AJye.dy bitiifa-bart i-1 c""cn8 "f ^""Ville, Oct. 25, 18u5. r.oo, now of M. Joseph Lxek.el 1» i nMrlIlg ,h« buven of the ble,t-already Logan, ol a trial iu tho county. Accinr.NT young Irish girl, quite to ih Ina mother and aislers, I . Jesse Jenes. one of tho most respectable Ug0 who actually had Utiy i.egio cbil , bimielf in tbe Idlowin • louie« If eitisem of Honey Creek, took a gun to | dren, and one of them wa. tbe child of Larrj an American girl f must have a On list 1l.ur.dry, Mr. I saw a while man,;, Raleigh a monih ,„. U10,ber nni ,ittaWi | ., ,,wUJ T shoot t bird tbtt was disturbing hi* nil nogro daughter, thus aciu.illy bung beet. He looked at the tube, aud not j the father and grandfather to the same seeing that there was a cap on, blew in child. 'I his is thought oothing of here. the manic. Hit font being on (he In fact, in private conversation, "gentle kauiun-r ,pf the gnu, it unexpectedly lue„" will acknowledge their lelation y an American girl. I must have an Iii-h uirl to take care of'b.-r ami 1 rau-nit iff rd to snrpert both." Nicholas I'ruly, of Boston, recently The qucatios, Doct getting dronk ever r advance ooo't lappioest T would teem t« be put to rett ty the Irishman who went courting when drunk, and wit aiked whit ploiiare he found in whiiky. "Ob, Nelly, it'i a trite entirely to tee two of To lucb is him there it no Copptrheadism it itreng ia Minhall, " g (be inqairy reference to refreihmenti. Divi;uje. ,tii n t, t0 'be iA,s tec cih ildrou,i ami it'.' , 1 cail.le.d< iron laid and tpiktd per mioute. I at a lady t bouse last week, and ot home igan. Puttiog or. green restate, ,,a B0|diera whom it hatea for which the lexton tiktt the measure, they pan to the fadeless shore, theace ..... ,„ forth to wa Ik hand u. hand with at, with your swate potty faces inatead of ooe ■ » .. . , . . r / -<t only Lethe a gloom between, united in They who uiok there ia no vaeuam ia , ,r|e «tme bonds of lore. Nature forgot t coquette'• betri aud a' Let them go—let the vietort put on beto't tkull to (he crown wbirh awn- 'h»m In * death. It ii but going from homo Jo | ,nd" do r ei Ml (tfl the uetd #| f»wn,„g '"^ be^indow al'bremptiod the fioid ', cour8e ,he "8r0 W" i,llroduo'<J- «"d she The Wheat crop IO thu coaaty is now toldtora whom it bttet. ' contenti of a w.te'r pail over tbe fteadeHjg "V"1*11"'! °r '!""' hoUM!- ^""""dy to h.rre.t. md promtaoo a At about the same titjo, a Lomn con- ,usl |h»D matttd together. ' maid « wertaiog. s,Be said ihey were much more abundant yield than was an-vention met io Hipley county, and made ' .».—- i mooh intereeted io her, aud dressed her ticipated a few week a ago. We bare «p a ticket competed almost excluiively Two young girl* io Memphii tried | as nice as a while bride because she was the authority of a number ol* oor Boat of toldiert. They were not pot oo at a to frighten a companion by holding her /•" aeiei Her young lady daughter wai farmen for ttying that the county over v ■ 'i (hint forlorn hope either, for tho Uoion party on tho nilroad track aa the traio was m the room, and two ladies visiting her. will yield a full half evop, aad that the of Riplejr eao easily elect its eindidit*-. approaching. Tho fripht did at kill I They thought porhiog of it W'h»'do craiaitof there hr- but ire vi-ine d'd verr best quailtv.— Rock • ills /Y. i - i
|Title||Putnam Republican Banner, vol. 14, no. 27, July 5, 1866|
|Newspaper Name||Putnam Republican Banner|
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