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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 11 December 1856

I.L. y XJ' THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POCR.-JACKSON. VOIL. 2. NO. ß.) PILMÖÜTH, THUMSQAY, DECEMBER II, SÄ (WHOLE .NO. ST. Vi. i IV; v t 5 i - r f 'li- JS - i Business SUutifli"!). TUE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rCBLlSHED EVERT THURSDAY MORXING, BT A. C. THOMPSONS P. McDONALD TERMS: If paid in advance, ""', no At the end of six months, j y It delayed until the end of the year, '' ADVERTISING : One square (ten lines or less,) three week? Each additional insertion, K Column three months, 14 Column six months,. i Column one year, 2 Column three month3, ......... . v. ; 2 Column six month?, Column one year, - . ...... 1 Column three months,. ............ -1 Column six months, 1 Column or J year, Yearly advertisers haTe the privilege change free of charge. . . . 1 00 23 . 5 00 ! ..12 00 , . H (") ..15 00 , .25 00 ..11 00 ..21 01 .45 00 of one Ijc gtraocnit $olr (Dffite! PLAIN A.tD CUTS, RULES, ... ... BORDERS, C, cscc. Our Job Dep...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 11 December 1856

T. McDONALD .Editor. PLYMOUTH', IND. Thursday Morning, Dec, Ith, 1856. ; The Delinquent List of Stark county monopolizes nearly 'all our space for read ing matter, this week. Our subscribers will lose nothing by it, as we intend giving each one of them an extra number. We learn, that on Friday evening last, the passenger train on the Pittsburgh, F:. Wayne fc Chicago Rail Road, bound for this place, was run into, by another train, at Crestline, Ohio, instantly killing'eleven persons and seriously injuring a number of others. the same time emphatically condemned the idea of organizing in the United States, mjre geographical parties, of marshalling in hostile array toward each other the dif ferent parties of the country,North or South East or West. .Schemes of this nature, fraught with in calculable mischiel, and which the consid erate senseofthe people has rejected, could have had countenance in no part of the country, had they not peon disguised by suggestions plausible in appearanse...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 11 December 1856

ET I i ! v V rv V .1 EDWARDS' Ijnutgliai ihtou! TS always open, r.nd S. EDWARDS, the pro J prietor, is at all times readv to supply the wants of Hungry llen and Uoi', with all kinds of Eatables, from a "Chicken If g to a shoulder of Mutton." Also, be has ou hand the j very best of j iTTosli OystoroJ PLATT & Co's A No. 1. Andaman can be suited if he loves them Raw, stewed, or fried, and Pittsburgh Ale to wash the in down. And then, plenty of the finest FI.AYOKED CIGAIiS In the State, with which a mm can smoke h:molf into the Land of Nod, or the el vsian fields, in bail an hour. HOT COFFEE, AT ALL HOURS! N. B. All persons in the trade era be supplied T'ith the juitly celebrated FAIR HAVEN Wholesale or Retail, in almost any quantity, a lit tle cheaper than they can be bought anywhere else in the State, a? I have the agency for soiling them, and am detctmined not te be undersold. 1 icasc Eire me one call, and I'll warrant you wul come acrain if you ever get hungry winthm fifty m..c ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 11 December 1856

7 I 1 r J fort of delinquents, returned by the Collector of ßtark County , Bidiana, for the non-payment of taxes, for the year 1 5 it - - , 11 I . 1 .. 1 1 m jz ? 1 : : 1 1 i w . 1 I 1.2. If s 'J i 1 r I J V i - u ! ! In the following list, n stands for north; e for east; vr for west; s for south; nw for north-west; ne'fcr north-east; se for south tat t; sw for south-west: h for half; q for quarter; und for undivided; pt for part; fen for fraction; fcnl for fractional; sect section Where section, township and raage are blank, they are the same as the next above them a c 3 Cm O e 3 OWNERS' Dxsc&irno. c 02 ,H Valentine Bowers se q se q Wm L. Brown . sw q nw q. . . . Jas. W. Butler nw q Bicktall Samuel n h n h nw a. 16'32 40 49 50 50 8i .26 .30 160 200 40 50, BUlhimer Jacob shse qinwq se23 same k swqswq....24 160 boo Arery Casper II.. . . . .n hsw q & ehnwq32 160 320 100 Uastieman John 5 wlinw q 80 Llark Joshua. .se a ol 160 000 cJlJLeman Wm w h sw q 12 bO 40 83 40 80 100 r.fMc...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 18 December 1856

-r-:s i - i i . - ...... ".-'- '" , . - I,.. '-n L-..-,...-...,.-,.-....-'-.. ' Nt:).T--vl"''''- " MA1SHALL COUNTY THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. i ' i ' 1 - i - .. . f -s i t It VOIL.. NO. &.) business 5ircttoru. PUBLISHED EVERT THCRSDAY MORNING, BY mnn it I lit1 II IT T Ulli Ji ll . C. THOMPSON & P. MeI)OXALl)iÄÄyÄÄ'Ä SäiJÄ I from his baptism in Jordan to hi Crucifixion on TEEMS: If paM in advance, At the end of six month., It delayed until the end of the year,. . ADVEliriSING: Column six months, '?, Column one year, i'Co'.umn three months,. 1 Column six months, I Pi.liirrm One YlMl ...15 0!) .."-Vi iW ...14 no 1 1.) Ui; Yearly advertisers have t!:c privilege of one j change freeot cliarge f)c Xlcmocrat M (Office! 3? L A I X 1UJI.ES. AND I P j "i CUTS, &o., Ceo. rii t.k r..irtii-.riit n-nv suriTilicd witli an cx-1 tensive and well selected .issortmcut of new stylest plain and fancy J" O IO ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 18 December 1856

ceded to upon the condition that the sums collected at the lGth of Juno next, from Vessels and cargoes belonging to our mer chants are to bo considered as paid under protest and subject to future adjustment. There is reason to believe that an arrange ment between Denmark and the maritime powers of Europe on the subject will soon be concluded and that the pending negoti aiion with the United States may then be resumed and terminated in a satisfactory mmner. With Spain no naw difficulties had aris en, nor has much progress been made in the adjustment of pending one. Negotiations entered into for the purpose of relieving our commercial intercourse with the Island of Cuba from some of its burdens and providing for the more speedy S2ttlement of local disputes growing out of lhat intei course, have not yet been attend ed with any results. Soon afier the commencement of the late war in Europe, this Government submitted to the consideration of all maritime nations two principles fur the sec...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 18 December 1856

,i 1 4 ' i ; "J I X- r 1 EDWARDS' Ijangljiti Sate! IS always cpcn, and S. EDWARDS, the pro prietor, is at all times ready tu supply the wants Of Hungry lien and Roys, with all kinds of Eatables, from a "Chicken leg to a shoutder of Mutton." Also, he has oil hand the Yery best of IP rcsla o y store! PLATT & Co's A No. 1. And a man can be suited if ho loves them raw, stewed, or fried, and Pittsburgh Ale to wash them down. And then, plenty of the finest FLAVORED CIGAKS In the State, with which a man can smoke himself into the Iind of Nod, or the chim fields, iu half an hour. HOT COFFEE. AT ALL HOURS! N. B. AH persons in the trade ecu be supplied with the justiv celebrated FA 1 11 HAVEN (53 rsi ri rp (u "Wholesale or Retail, in almost any mantity, a lit tle cheaper than they can be bought anywhere else in the State, as I have the agency for selling them, and am dctetmine 1 not te be undersold, Please rivcmcüXE call, an I I'll warrant you will come .f n ever rot lniKCTV winthin fifty...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 18 December 1856

.nw q.... sw q se q. v.' h .-w q. .v h roq. . .ue q ne q. .c-w q sw i.... t 1 ( . n .1 n e q........i 1 .i . "lii uce J & Lane L .n Ii .e q w h sw q-;."i li'.V q 1 . .eh nw b . w !i sw q ne q..... .. He q ne q . e h lie q sw q se q . .inv q sw q 70 3 14 2 001 Gl 1 (;o;2 00 SR! G51 001 40!1 00 2 00 115 22-j C7:; 2.")'i! 70, 520 i 111 GO! 4'jl 2.;2 10 10 4:.' 2 71 r..,1 -i .ne qne q e h sw q s h se q. w h sw q ne q nc q se q.... neq nw q e h se q. .sw q. . . . .se q. . . . I SO lOO KKI 2-)i) HI in;i, 2) 2i 15 1;, o5 j j 30 3 o 1 15 10 i; 10, lo; 10 lo1 25 v 10 i..,: o.V 25 2:' H) 5i. 30! 3! 20 2o' j r-1121! 7 1114 I I 7 G 216 9w l li,1424 GU'i -r!,2 Mi! 30, :;' i 1 . 1-1 . ... S. list of delinquents, returned by the Collector of Stark County, Indiana, for the non-payment of taxes, for the year IS 55. Vi E2daxj-aw3"jaL,T,xoir- In the following list, n stand 9 lor north; e for oast; w for west; s for south; nw for north-west; no for north-east; so for south east; sw for south-west: ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 25 December 1856

1 tri, .illj t ., f r Til i m V 1 . . K i. . - . , - 1 "iht V.--Ä ' :. V - . J i 3 Ulli '4 I1" I 5 I SI i il Si iL- tr V ! 1 " j;- i r ! J U ' i H: f ! r .1 i! TOIL. 3. NO.' n s tn ess-: II t r c t torj) rtJBIJSHED EVERT THÜRS DAT MOR-XIXG, EY A. C. THOMPSON & P. McDOXALD TERMS: If pawl in advance, At the end of six months, It delayed until the end of the year,. ....1 50 ' .....2 00 , 2 50 ADVERTISING: One siuire (ten liacs or less,) three week?,. 1 00 P. i.h.k.l Jitianal insertion, -' T' Column three anntlw V; Column s'x months, y . . 5 00 Column t nc ear, Column three months i;t Colurrn six months, lA Column one year, l" Column three months, 1 Column six months, 1 Column one vir, 1 00 o f ......15 00 25 00 ..11 00 51 00 , 45 00 Yeirly advert'scrj have the privilege of cue change free of c'.iarge. (Tbc tlrmocrat 3(ob (Oft PLAIN RULI AXO iimiK muh CUTS, t)ur Job Department is nox supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortim-nt cf new styles plain and fancy Which enable...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 25 December 1856

. 1 11 icrat t. Mcdonald Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Mornin?. Dec. 25th, 1S5G. DON'T YOU SUPPOSE THE PRINT ER WANTS HIS MONEY? SEND IT ALONG AT ONCE. LITTERRATOOR, VS BAD GRAMMAR. FillmoTö out run Fremont in California, and old Buck bent 'era both! 2?n. 11. Tho Republican of last week, took oc casion to say "tho truth of the, statement, and its grammar, are about on a par, we think," "Well, we have been very unfor tunate in not havb'x trot lots of larmn? but consols ourselfotihaving one lo criticize our bad grammar," r,ho, we reckonand most anybody would come to the conclus ion on examination of his fizziogno-mo that he had clambered tho hicst pinnickkle uv the hill uv noledge, and wud hav went fur der if thar had bin annybuddy smart e nuf to a lamed him army thing more, Oa! Gee-horse-e-phatt! Kangaroo flitters! Mus tang Liniment! 'Shades nv departed luv d ones how our eves did buz? out, when we read how our "bad grammar" had bin di33ecktcJ, an sent broad-cast to the read ing wo...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 25 December 1856

ISTRAY NOTICE. Taken tip bv William Garrison, living in Bourboa Township, Mar mall countr, Indiana, on tho 17th day of Novem ber 1856,a dark n d Ilelfev supposed to be two vcars old last spring, with a white streak part war up the )ack, and soinevrhat spotted on the belly and hind legs; both cars j artly off supposed to have been frozen off no other mark perceivable, baid Droperty waa an iraised at tha sum of 'seven dot lars, by Henry Carter and D. Garrison, before E. K. loxen. Justice of the Peace. Attest N. R. PACKRD, Clerk C C. 57 13, Bv R. C. Corbalkt, Deputy. STATE OF IXDIAXA, MARSHALL COUXTY. In the Marshall Circuit Court. February t;rm, 1857. John Farnum, 1 James Martin and J. Livingston Emii.gvr. Complaint, vs. Isaac Esmay. T ie Plaintiffs, by John B. Nilcs, their Attorney, have filed in the office of tne werte ot tne .Marshall Circuit Court, their complaint in the above entitled cause, and it appearing bv tne anidavit or a disin terested person that the defendant, Is ac Esm...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 25 December 1856

,r.:v In tli Kapole on and the Woodman. As Napoleon was riding out, attended by some officers, (I was of the party) we rode by the " place where . some woodmen were cutting timber, and observing one of them singing, the Emperor turned. to us and said: - , - , 'Observe, that man, who, though toiling hard for hia daily bread; seems to be very happy.' The woodman, observing so many look ing at him, made a respectful bow, and ap proached us to ask if we Lad lost our way. No, said the Emperor, 'but tell me, my honest man, what makes you so cheerful? What may you earn a day? - . Three francs, your honor.' Three francs!' exclaimed the Emperor. Ye3 sir.' Does that support you and your fami ly? -Tell me how you manage to do so.' 'With pleasure, your honor, if you will step a little this way. With three francs a day I not only keep my wife and firmly, "but I also put my money out at interest, and pay off my old debts by maintaining my aged father and mother. . So you see I may well be happy.'...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 1 January 1857

MMSIAJLL NTV l iL iL S - - L TH.E BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD 'FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. ? s u v k i i - )' fl ! .1 7 t 7 i ' V J 4 r r ill i y ) f.- ( VOIL. 2 NO. 8.) THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT- rCBU3Hti ETZHT THURSDAY MORNING, BY a. c. Thompson & p. McDonald TERMS: If paid in advance At the end of six months,. . . . 2 00 It delayed until the end c t'-ie -ar,. . 2 50 ADVERTJSING: One tiuare (ten lines or les?,) three weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insertion, . ' i Column three months, Column six months, : H Column one year,. . 12 00 Column three months, JJ 4 Coluirn sixmonths, ! 00 l Column one year v 2o 00 1 Cola on three months,. 00 1 Column sixmonths, f 00 1 Column one year, 4J 00 Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one change free of charge. " &bc -Xlcmotrat A (Dire! PLAIN KULES, AND gLjC3 AND mime HE rains. CUTS, . ES &C '&C- Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well f elected assortment f ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 1 January 1857

nrspll Democrat T. McDOWALD : .Editor. PLYMOUTH, IN. Thursday Morning. January 1, 1857. DON'T YOU SUPPOSE THE PRINT ER WANTS HIS MONEY? SEND IT ALONG AT ONCE. - The Nev7 Year. We wish al! our leaders a happy new year, aud that their happiness may be de rived from a consciousness of Lavinir dis charged their duties to their Cre.iior, to themselves and to their fellow beings. The commencement of a new rear soem3 to be an appropriate time to review ou conduct dating the year that ha3 passed away. Have we wronged any one? have we failed to fulfill our promises? have we unneces sarily wounded the feelings of any person? have we misrepresented the views of those who differ from us? are questions which naturally suggest themselves to the mind, and which we leave our readers to answer for themselves, agreeably to the facts in the case. The future is wisely hid from our vision. Many who have commenced the year 1G57, with strong hopes of a brilliant future, will, before it closes, have passed...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 1 January 1857

W. ROBB. , a-.'i 1 1 f - i VT.i 1 V r. ? (r r V J t 4 .JCDSON McCoMB. J. W. ROBB & C.. WHOLESALE si m . . COIXM CIA STREET . . FORT WAYNE, 1ND. TTTOULD respectfully invite the attention of the träte to their exteisire stock of. Gro- cenes, vmca tney are prepareu iu cu u i. . . . . l i 1 1 1 X ii- York jobbing rates, with the addition of the trans- jportation. 6tf. H. WIIAIANS- .A.C. HCEST13. WILLIAMS & KUESTiS, . WHOLESALE DEALERS IS FRUIT, GLASS, NAILS, WooJenware, Batter, Cheese, Lard &c g5 COLCSIBIA STREET, 5 FORT WAYNE, IND. -J TERCII ANTS supplied with Groceries of all jLf.I. ki ds, on as favorable terms, all th'i.gs con sidered, a can be purchased in ant markvt. AI' orders filled with dispatch. 6v2'y IF you want a $10 Shawl for four Mink skins, come to Hoxest Corxer. (G) BROWNLEE k SHIRLEY. BROWNLEE & SIIIRLEY'S is tlie place to sell furs for c.-.sh. GS , OODS givn in exchange for all kinds of pra rduce. (G) BROWNLEE k SHIRLEY. OTICE TO TAX-PAYERS, The notes of...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 1 January 1857

Seit. 4ih.lf56 . Great StrsPExsiox Bridge. A uspen Bioa bridge 13 in process cf construction over the Ohio river at Cincinnati, tinder the superintendence cf Mr. J. A.Roebling, the architect of the Niagara suspension bridge. The charter was grafted some Years ago, by the legislatures of Ohio and Kentucky, but it was not until recently that subscriptions of stock could be secured to make a beginning. Some enterprising men have procured 350,000, and will probably issue bends for as much more, which will ? complete thebriJgo. The towers, of which both foundations are now laid, eighty-six by fifty two feet at the br.se, wilfbe two hundred and thirty feet high, snd one thou sand and six feet apart. TU 3 cables will be anchored three hundred feet back on each side of the river, pass ever the tops of the towers, and thus be made to sustain the weight of the bridge. The entire span - will therefore be sixteen hundred and s'x feet a little short of or.e-fhird of a mile. The elevation of the ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 8 January 1857

. V... i..ATT7 7. , PI , Mv. I I . -. V--"-:--n-X a :v I Y N : - TV - .N.iU . f TV A W K M km fc. Wi"-" ',-30 ! 1 t- . ate 'ff w,.-ris f - i ! THE BUEOSINGS OF QOVERNMENT. LIKE THE, DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POCR. JACKS O N . - ! i 1 i h.. n J! i; ( 1 if : i 'I J I TOIL. S.---MO.',S).y i TT - ustiuss Iiircctco. m MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, . . j TViUMZD IYEMTIIURSDAT M0RX1XC, IT A. C. THOMPSON & P. McDONALD i n i . i. TERMS: If pid in dri ace,. i. ' ' 'Ü S At the end of six months o Va It deUjed until the end of the year,. . ... .:.2 &U ADVERTISING: leas.Uhree weeks,. 1 00 vuv i - Ct Eich? ilitioml insertion,. UM' three months,. . . S 00 x months, " jear,. vee months,... 8 oo; .12 00 , 8 on is oo months,. . . . ne jiir, iree months,... ixmonthi, 25 00 l i ( 14 00 .24 00 one year, " " ' advertisers hare tLc privilege of one rce of charge. (Lk Scmocnit ob JP I. A I X RULES, AND A-XD LSsM. TYPE CUTS. num. Oar, Job Department is now supplied with an ex tens...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 8 January 1857

. 12 eii'Jir 01- friii'.Muau. in w.e in oc rr ic T;?.r- ' " tr cir.4i!tu cuu.c. i.v JL 4 ' . I. ; ii I" ' Mr Ms is I J. . f - It z77 i CUäUttU ÄJtlUÜll al T. McDOITATiT), ....... , . . . .Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning. January 8, 1S57. DON'T YOU SUPPOSE THE PRINT ER WANTS IIIS MONEY? SEND IT ALONG AT ONCE. , CONGEES SIONAL. The most superficiarobservcr cannot fail to notice a decided change io the tone of the speeches of ihe Abolitionists and the Southern Know nothing in Congress. They are moderating amazingly. Before another New Year's day rolls round, thev will embrace each other as brothers; the slavery plank will be knocked out of the Republican Platform, and a now party will be formed, which will embrace all the op position to the Democracy, except the ultra Abolitionists and the Southern extension- J- L ist. They may psibly stand back. Strange as it may appear, it i3 nevertheless true, that Abolitionists and Southern Know Nothings wi.'l, from present indications unit...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 8 January 1857

1 ' . 1 1 ?-Al...i.... ...t f A ? .. t.- 4 - -r- f: t! '4 ), I 1 I, I - i 1 A, T i-i f . rr - i II . ; it. REMAINING in llfiPii'st mouth, January 1st, 1857 ing tor m arW fotiiplealsS with the ncc.es.sary changoTa tional 13 charged for adtertiri AlinsrerW Kvle A Albert 0 j 7 j f A m&V A NX 7 Tl Blue lChancy:,;-).T.l.r.Jacüü vvTI Butler I -' Lowryi Miss M UTOOKS w-wi-"- " - ''J:'il, Morris J .riX r.-li:l.:. rrta r:i: jo:- Brewer SO'JJMiCt Miller II UllV.a'rji Byrne D TTI McAthy T ,TJ r. ,: Bacen AY- v rri r McCIure Jacob , . B uley 'H-i ? i Mooüyi James-. r IJenedicMl' A ' McüueMÄrv'V lit ClitiÄrd-P-T1 ; c M Atter ffim. iri 11. Clifford E , .. McDank-1 B Cuiler D a : d ?A':.r Casper J 5 I'.lm b.r.3, CreTvfsöH',W '-2 ' i' -' J. .V 1 1 J We N K .nj-Marv IT CirJer J-r? DchatenJ Diof M-' ; Demnan., A., End E Evana'JJ'I' E-.'ss J . f l-'ippen J'-: mj.) I ": Pratt L O S ??v . , Pavish ,T. J '"r" .i rl , Pierce -ir.nincii Ry:i:i Peter Uic!.;ml J - ' 1 : , Uobiü.s.! T - , 1 KitliirU ' " -...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 8 January 1857

i t .c-:: h r.'?: : ! mmmm TO THE I 'I i MX V I ill :fV V - i t C 1 1 K. rr" i SI f ' i I' i - . Hin OF THE 4 i i H- li. I ? V.' 1 LonelT ami.''-; J, 'mitlot the winter's gloom, l ne oin j f passes a war ; And takes its place in the silent tomb OftliePt: Xo hopeful ray " Of light gleam? forth from that viewless deep, Tint Life can be renewed, "When oiK-e enwrapped in that endless sleep "With the damps of death bedewed. ' A circle uew and dark, yet clear, Ii marked on old Time's breast: ' And there the change of a tieetingyear, In deep lines ia impressed. When years roll on, and their record write, As the future glances back, This mark shall sIiow, like a gleaming light, 'Mid darkness drear and black. With us, in this our dear loTed land Since first we aw the lislit, No year tint's passul with stronger hand 11.13 marked us with its might. While Freedom's light around us blazed Our hopes her blessings crowned "Biscnion V hydra head was raised, To "deal damnation 'round.' Since Tim bea...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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