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The Daily Dispatch: June 5, 1861., [Electronic resource] 2 0 Browse Search
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"When I goes shopping," said an old lady, "I allers asks for what I wants, and if they have it, and it is suitable, and I feel inclined to buy it, and it's cheap, and can't be got at any other place for less, I most allers takes it without chappering about it all day, as most people does." Wm. P. Marrow (not Wm. C. Marrow, as reported yesterday) is the name of the gentleman so inhumanly treated by Lincoln's hirelings at Hampton a few days ago. It is a bad sign to see a man with his hat off, at midnight, explaining the theory and principles of true democracy to a lamp-post. Hon. Linton Stephens, of Georgia, has been elected Captain of a military company in Hancock county, of that State.