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Substitutes Mustered In

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Parent Issue
Day
29
Month
July
Year
1864
Copyright
Public Domain
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W ara indebted to Capt. Barct for the ■following list of substitutps mustered in at the Provost Marshal's office at Jackson. to ths credit of citytensof this couuty, up to the 26th inst.: SUBSTITÜTSS. FOB WHOM. Johu Smith Philip Bach. Peter Martin Smith Botsford. William Oaks Jolin G. Feldkamp. William H. Hunter,. .Charles H. Kempf. John Riley, Chas. H. Richmond. Oliver Smith Philip Winegar. James Fuller, Nelson Booth. These substitutes were all mustered in for íhree years, and their principáis are "out of the draft" for that time. The balance of the Congressional district- four counties - had faniished but five substitutes at the date Dimed. 1 i - ■ n {y Photographs of your future wife r husband. See advertising column. S" The August number of Oodoift Laiy'i Book is profusely and beautifully illus trated, and has a varied and readable table ui contents. In fact, Godey always has that. Gbit still sticks to his old terms, nothwithttanding the "times." $3 a year; two copies, 5. Address L. A. Godey, 323 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. J53C" The August number of the Continental Monthly h:is among other papers, the following: Amorican Civilization, The English PresB, The First Cbriïlian Emperor, Negro Troops, Colors and their raeaning, and An Array - lts Organization and Movements. $3 í year; two copies $5. Address Johh F. lïow, 50 Greene Street, N. V. LX" The August iiuuiber of the LtOet' Repositary comes to our side-board as well freighted as ever. lts engravings are, "Thnn, as seea from the wlndow of the Cathedral," a Swiss town; and a portrait of the late historiaD, Peescott. The table of content is of the nsual excellence. The new Editor, Kev. I. W. Wiley, tnakes a very neat how, aDd enters npon Success to the fopMttwy. $2.50 a year. .Adiross Por Hitphcock Oincinnsti, Ohio

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Old News
Michigan Argus