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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 19 February 1857

MAESMALL CO DEMfldAT. THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. ,- ' ( 'A -1 -. . ,1 : ' - VOIL. 3. NO. 15.) gustntss girtttorg. THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, BY a. c Thompson & r. Mcdonald TERMS: If paid in advance, At the end of fix month?, delayed until the end of the rear, ..2 no .2 50 ADVERTISING: nc square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 nch additional insertion, 25 no Column three months, 4 Column six months, 4 Column one year, Column three months, . )2 Colmvn six months Column one year, Column three months...... Column six months, y oo .12 00 . 8 00 .15 00 .25 00 .14 00 .21 00 .15 00 Column one ve; Yearly advertiser have the privilege of one liancre free of charge. (Tbc Jlrmocrat 3(ob (Dfficc! PLAI iST IIUEE S AND AND EM. TYPE CUTS, &c, &c. Our Job Department is now supplietl with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain and fancy Which en...

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. — 19 February 1857

if 1 . ci T) i:?..i a Ucrpss. sliow the esteem in which lie was Tl-.afs' so: f fmtl or r.-irii,.Ml-ivi r..r-.-.-r. - !:..o. loM .drin oomiscmcniS. C: z äflnrsWf Bum erat v-3 fT ArVrVO f rix VV'v T. IcDONALD PLYMOUTH, IXD. T.lnirsdav Monihi?. February 19, 1S-57. G. AVo no:ice in that Mr. Fitch has seat in the Senate o When his certiiic ed, Mr. Trumbull, ocrat, objected to his beinj sworn in, in i consequence of a protest of the Repr.bli'-an members of the Senate and House of Rep- Tvl"iin ivi ! r-i.-.rf in i:i" r i n- r ' pt ...1 ! .i . f ?. -1. it.-a.v- .1.,. ! önouiu me cena.u uecu.o im.-i. i.3 c..- lion was iniormai, ana uec.aro j;is sent . cant, tlie Governor would have to 11 the ; vac&ncv they denounced the conduct cf tho demo- iriteii. ' were Geposuea Wim i.mi ov tue uramercv. ! w "JV '".? " --v.... v., ... - - - - 7 ;i .... . :i u n ire n as marlon T.apers,ia cnanute auhu, mu Hütiv w i-usi me 0 ' - 1 - i ; iiTlrn n:rn r? M T.r ri-'TT rv-rif f.-hl-ti-.n f been admitted to hi...

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. — 19 February 1857

I'l f HO'I.'I' l'l I !l' I'V. .' 1 1 I T. .1.1 Ll.:il 111 I ' I L . m.iiiii .uruini uir mihi- iui. i.i.um .u nr.- 11' ,i ; f,i3 i. .ie i.i i. t i - : a i.-.-r o . i... i,,.-.i. Indian i, on ?.ro.-.- in i 1 1 : l . : l' V 'i 1 ' ' 's. - -. - y -. . -- ' . . j Vi ;. 2 , a? ; LUC ÄßCilU II! PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, FCßRUARY 1?. '! 1 1 1 ,. e in their irouds, and, as a matter of course, u ill , 17 , jro where thev hv? been a--custrm- cd tmle. v. - itl:ot;tr.vrifdtanyo - r mr.d nR''ü fiambi . advert tS'Mlien. b'lf merchants, like jir inters, oeciinany 'run ouio.if, many times, tlu y tenru i uns id t-r the l, h,arp"n t l.e.nrof it, would say :tt ovce ti.:if j thev were 4,.-mn:l :.o':itoes." and should n t I . . . . . i thi ik of pnpeiin-imancndy without pat-, roni.i:ig the pri i.er. It i ihe same way ; wi.h mercltan s its: s 'art in ' in busi-fss. lie must le: folks know 'where he is, what , he h Is "ot to se:I. ani vdnt le wiii take ::i . m t i f ' .;.. M' ii ü-iii .'i of th row;h f a town. 13...

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. — 19 February 1857

Sprints of Wut & n jumoi -,jr, Editor. "A little humor now and then, Is relished by the wisest vie n." X3T Why tion! are kisses like tho Crca- Because they arc pronounced good, and are made out of nothing. JJ3f"Xat, rhat arc leanining oyer that empty cask for?" 'I am mourning over departed spirits," was tho reply. iS3?"Ytm look as though you were be side yourself," as the wag said to a fop, vho happened to be standing by a don key. Jt5?"'Toni, a word with you. Be quick, then! I'm in a hurry.' What did you give your sick horse tho other day?' 'A pint of turpentine.' John hurries honvs and administers the same dose to a favorite charter, who to his astonishment, drops off defunct in half an hour. His opinion of his friend Tom's veteri nary ability is somewhat stargered. lie meets him the next day. Well, Tom Well, what is it?' I gave my horse a pint of turpentine and it killed him as dead as Julius Caj sar!!' So it did mine.' iCST'If you don't want dem bricks bro ken said a darkey ...

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. — 26 February 1857

I .'I i ; V I f l t i t ' hl I 't ! fit WW t : . 1 i is : ' 1 r" i . I- i MAEBIALL ji ; ' -1 . i ..... . , , , . . . t i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPÖNf THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. :: l VOL. S. NO. 1.) . ?BL.MOUTH, THUMglDAY, FEBRUARY-C, 1857. ' (WHOLE WO. 08. ' ! ' m waMMw i ' : i : ' i 1 " usincss Directory THE MAUSUALL DEMOCRAT, mUlHIO XET THVMDAT HOSTING, IT A. C. THOMPSON & P. McDONALD TERMS: If paid ia advance. ..1 50 ,..2 00 ..2 50 At the end of bix months, delayed until the end of the year, ADVERTISING: ne iquare (ten lines or les3,) tlree weeks,. 1 00 ach additional insertion,. ..... 25 tColamn three months, 5 00 Column six months, 8 00 Column one year, 12 00 V Column three months,. . 8 00 j Colüirn six montlis,. . 15 00 Column one year 25 00 Column three months, 14 00 " Column six months, -24 00 Column one year 45 00 Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one hange free of charge. &bt SUmon-af $ofr (Dire! PLAIN ...

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. — 26 February 1857

irsjmll icmociiit'isSX v v w i , l from Hamilt ,f A T. Mcdonald, . Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. i it Thnrsdav Morning, February 26, 1S57. ' Lienor law. Mr. Cullen, oi Caas county, - has ' intro duced a bill into tho lower House to re'm late the sale of spirituous liquors. The details of tho bill vre have not learnt, but from all we can gather cn the subject, ire judge that there is a similarity between it and the License lavr of 1 852. A law of some kind h loudly called for on that sub ject. It seems to us that-all parties should xxnite and give rs the best law that their "viidoa could devise. The Republicans appear rather ticklish in the Legislature, vrhen a rote is to ba taken on any of the details of the bill. This we regret to see. They are determined, no doubt, to throw the responsibility on the Democrats. Such being the case, we hope they will shoulder it, and give us such a law as the crisis de mands. There are hundreds of men . re tailing liquor, who would close up instan ter, wer...

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. — 26 February 1857

qü1 ppartmcnt PLYMOUTH, IN DIANA, FEBRUARY 26. '57. jTST" As we were going up Michigan street the other evening, vre noticed some half dozen bojs, : from ten to fifteen years old, emerging from that nice littlo whis key shop two doors north of the ''Brick Stre," and a3 they seemed to be i:i quite a nurry, we conoiu.iea to loiiow close i after. them to see what, they were up to. As soon as thev had "one far enough up Gano s'ree'- to be out of. tight of the Grocery, one of the buy 3 took the sipjle out of a bottle, and took a drink of the 'critter,' as wc were Jed to concluJe from the strangulation that immeciiaeily ensued, on account probablv of hi not be ing proficient in lopcrism, and having ta ken a little too much for one swallow, the balance w.us forced down hi3 wind pipe, and up through his proboscis. The rest of the boys, impatient on account of hi not "passing the bottle round," or re fusing to do so, demanded it of him, and as. an inducement for him to deliver it up, said: "...

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. — 26 February 1857

Jr, 'Editor. A Utile Humor now and thtn. It relished by the wisest men YOTJHO FARUEB'S WIVE3; Busy in the kitchen With the cheesa and milk. Dressed ia gowns cf gingham, Looting good as silk; Now the cream a -skimming, Oat of shining pans, Then the butter working, With their busy hands, Not a moment losing, Precious is the time; Thus the wives of farmers, ' Lay up many a dime. Forms are round and robust, Never knowing 'atajs;" Cheeks as red as roses, In the summer days; Each a goodly model, Healthy, active, fair Spirits ever cheerful, Caused by country air; Doubly blest the firmer, With a wife like this; . His a goodly portion Of Earth's fleering bliss. ÜCST3AI Catkchism. 'What is a slur? 'Almost any remark any singer makes about another.' What U a rest?' Going out of the choir to eat refresh ments during sermon lima What 13 called singing with an under standing?' Marking time on the floor with your foot J What is a staccato movement?' 'Leaving ths choir in a huf because one is dissa...

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. — 5 March 1857

t DEMOCRAT; ,0 r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. a i 1 1 i hi v IV VOL. 17.) u sin ess Jiir-tctorijL THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rVBUSIIZD STEST TIICK3D.lT MORXINO, BT A. C. THOMPSONS; P. MeDONALD TEKMS: If paid in adTancc At the ent of six month dt lijed until the end of the jer, - ' ADVERTISIXG: a ,iaiI(t..nlinea or less,) three week,. 1 01 mch additional luseriiuu, 1 Column three months, J"! ij Column six month J ; ! 4' Column one year,... - IX Column three months b M t!' f!nlmrn sit months. 5 ! Column one year, 25 00 Column three months, 14 00 Column six months 4 Jjj Column odo year, 0 Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one hange free of charge. Tbt Brmomit ob '(Dfficrl CUTS, &c, &c. . Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain and fancy Which enables us to execute, on short notice nnd reasonable terms, all kin-is of Plain and Ornimc...

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. — 5 March 1857

u. it -L. 1 li I i kv If i' ' if I J5- . r T a r 5 Ir gcniDcrat t. Mcdonald, ........... . . . . Edit r. ' '.. PLYMOUTH, IND. 1 Thursday Morning. March olh, 1557. --i. Brick Making. ' "Persons who are skilled in brick making, and arc desirous of embark in in" thai hi 'id ofn enterprise, could not fincl a better .point,; in all probability, than Plymouth. Marshall county lma over two thousand vo- cers, and there is not a regularly establish ed brick yard in t. A few kilns have been burnt by persons who arc without experi ence in the business: yet, the brieha have gone biT readily at remunerating prices. Men who pretend to be good judges say that clay, of the first quality, exists r.car lb is place. Wood is also cor.;nient and chj.ip, anl. thsra is no quellen but a half-million could be sold in th.is county in onc'icason, at a lihvral price. Several bus-ia-w houses would bo built of brick the present eason, could they bo had. Our tovu.is built entirely of wod, except ihrcS building; a...

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. — 5 March 1857

am jcri.i.ui :u anv ircnous i.me Mice u ruoiieaiioii - tt r.,.. nr tv.. a, : t..,f. i ui.-..i.ni-s.iu nT-;in ui ii me o. ic !. mit. e..r., i....,',i o.-,l..t 1... j . i t M irt ii b.o-ie.u.I, is:i noj-rcsid nt o. the tt.iteet;.- ..i.. i..., ii.a ...uiu. s i I, 1 1.1 Pi ! m 1 1 i V artmml X. lIcBOJWMX.M, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, MARCH, 5th, 1S57. .-MCSICAL CoXVKSTlOX ASD C'XCERT The .Singing Class, under the direction of Prof. J- H. Heigotcv. ;ill give a Con cert in Uis place, at the Preshyicii m Church, on Tuesday vening March K), 1857. ' Tho class will bo assis ed by some of the best musical talent in Norihern .In diana. .Lovers of vocal music will find thif. a rich yeat. programme will con sist of Onitorio3. Chants, Anthems. Glees, Ssc. Admittance 25 cents; children, 12 V. xX-The ediior lf the Republican conn s down on lis. iiulivi iually. tcr maki .- a,i assertion concerning lis cai tvspon h-i.t. Frank. He leaves the snlj in contro versy, and pitches into us on account ot in .i...

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. — 5 March 1857

jr, Editor. "A VUlle humor now a.ii Am, 2 rtli$Jud by ths wisest men." " iSTTho planter in South Carolina who bought wooden turnip seed from a Yankee.' was not much cheated after all. He sow ed the seed, and it has row a first-rate crop ofsaw-logs, each log being 18 fee. long, and tneaturiug exactly three feet in circumfcr enco. . ' . " " . lively companioa Tho jumping tooth-aehel ÄTWhy ia a dog's tail like heart of a tree! Beciusi it U tha farthest from tho bark. ' " i ! , iSST 'Bobby, whatdoaa your father do for a living?" !IIs a philanthropic, sir." A what?", A phi-Un-thro-piat, sir; ho collects money for Bleodin Kansas, and builds house out of tho proceeds." jC3T' 'Father, did you erer hara any wife beside mothar?" No; why?" 'Cause I saw in tho old family Bible that you married Anno Domini in 1835, and mother's name was Sally Sraiih." - rise for information,' said a member of Congress on ono occasion. I xra glad to hear it," 83id a fellow-member, "for no ona needs it more." XSTW...

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. — 12 March 1857

MARSHALL mi DMOCMT. THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS O N. a - -! er. i fik; net ; rA i I 51 f! i l r.r II t v I V9- ; TlH, 11 il 3 At r0ft Vol.. is.) business Hiicctonj. v mMlRSttlLL ÖiÄlüT, tt'BLISUED KTCRT THCRSDAT MORXIXG, BT a. v. Thompson & p. McDonald TK It MS If r i' i Si !v iii A '. Tt ' l" & 111 'Titll 1". i -'. until liu eil I of i at- wir,. .1 5:1 o VI ADVERTISING: a e tquire (ten lines or less) three week,. . . ' ; : 1 no 25 ac'i i.l;.iumai liueruon, Cjlunm t'-.r.-v month. i , C'tlamn ?ix rari'lu, ROD t- rvi.,, iir. 12 00 W.lvltitil - in. ;( - - i Column three months, t nn ij Co!urrn six month lj JJn Column otic year, Column three" months, ,,u Column sixm'uith-S Column one ve.ir 00 Yetrlj i.lvertiera have the privilege ot one un,; ueeof charge. Oc Htmotvat ob (Dftitr! P I. A I N KIJI.E S AND illlllyho,! Ac, &c. Our Jot Department i. now ppliel with jn x-tetL-ive nd welt elected asiorirae...

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. — 12 March 1857

t ! ' ? t. Mcdonald Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND." Thursday Moraine. March 12th, 1S57. JC-NO PAPER NEXT WEEK.jT As we Bhall move onr office next week, vre shall issue no paper, except an extra for legal advertisements. "iC2?"After next Saturday, our office can be found in the rooms over H. Pierce's Clothing store, on Michigan street. Horse Stealing. Three Horses were stolen on Monday night, last, from Mr. Kenedjr, eight miles North West of Plymouth. Tha horses were found at the Kankakee Bridge. Three pretty hard looking customers have been arrested, and are now in jail, and will be tried before a justice today. J3rln our Extra of last Saturday, we made mention that a Dutchman by the name of Snyder, was found dead, on Tues day of last Week; three miks east of this place. Wc have since learned that his name was notnyuei, o.. vt. flask full of Whiskey was found by Major, and a regular fusion ticket for the side, which was evidence that whUkej was the causo of his death. Thieves and Robbers. "...

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. — 12 March 1857

. : :::::r :: 'r r-r: y w f,,e w (d rast, in : iy bow 4 oral Department o FLYMOUTH, INDIANA, MARCH, 13, 1S.V7. The Concert, Under the control of Prof. Heightox, on Tuesday evening last, was listened to bv a Urge and attentive audience, who ap preciated the labor necessarily brought in tj requisition, in training so many voices to sin together. It was the best thing of the kind, we have ever haJ the pleasure of! listening to. I The Glee Singers, from Westville, (fif teen ia number,) acquitted themselves in a manner hiulilv creditable, and elicited the undivided a'.tonti ii of all, during their e.xereis:s. Our Singers at home, far excelled our most sanguine expectations. The Quar tette Cluhs manifested a determination not to be "out done," an 1 from the frequent applauo given them, we should think they might consider themselves "A, No. 1" Singers. It was a time "Ion? to be remember- eJ," and the 'Sweet sons from thoi-c roost cherished, Hot sweet. h sweet their powe r, Thev sceme 1 Ilk...

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. — 12 March 1857

P- - ..f I A I Sparkles of (Mit Ä- IJumoi jr, Editor. M little humor now ani thin, Is relished hj the iciscst men." The Sentimentalist in Court. Wha t is y o u r r. am e ? Mr n.ni3 is Xorval on Hills the Grarnjion Where did yoa come from?' I came f.om the happy hnJ where c.tre is unknown Where are your lodgings now?' I dreampt 1 dwelt iii marbb balls Where are you goin: to?' Far. fir o'er bill and dale What is your occupation?' I played o:i a harp uf strings? f j , a mousanu 'Are rou married;' 'L.on ume ao. T Polly put the kettle on. When were you mariieJ?' "Twas twelve o'clock one sfarlivlit night, I ever shall rcnierulr." 'How rmny childaen have you?' There's Doll and Bet, r.ni Moll and Kate, and ' 'What is your wifVs name?' Oh, no, I never mention her Did yuur wife oppose your leaving?' She wept when we patted In what eondi.ion did you leave her' A roe tree in full bearin".' Is your f imilv provided vV A little ftimwvll tilled. Dil vour wife drive vou cflT 0 sublime was the warni...

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. — 26 March 1857

V I i I t r. r 1 ' ' - - 4 r. T rf " ' ' 1 A I l i i -5 i i J ! . f ' I . 1 ' ' ' .-,T,tf. QL3SINGS- OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKS ON. (WMOIiE NO. "71 . null 1 j )1 1 V I 1 V A 1 St- r i i 1 1 t i it business pv cr-i o vi) re b mil to Erear thcrsdat mrvig, bt A.I'.TIlüMrSON.Vr.jiDONA!. TE UMS: if p.iid in idv mee.. . . . .V.'. .;.'..' At the tn 1 of ix montan. del ivel until the en I : t'ie c ir.. .1 5 1 .9 5 ÄDVEUTISINO: - " ... nr t.-.) t'iree week 01 ITC H imv-"- " P. irS MUi.u iI iuserii.Hi, , 25 Co'unm turcc m iu is,. KColuraujix month J . . . . . . . R 01 .' 12 no t; Column .one year,. . . . . .iC !unm tlirce ni-mtas-. "' f 17 i'iiipii iiin mthä J -K i.C'Co'.umii one reir, l'Ci'uma tliree months.. 1 Column iix months 25 01 ...14 no ..24 01 . .45 00 1 Column one yenr,. . i.lvertisrn h ive tl.c privilege of one 4 V ----- w hange free charjre. (Tt pnnotrat Job. (Dffirc! P X. A IX. 4 IUJI.E S AND :.imnB CUTS, Or.r Job D...

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. — 26 March 1857

tin 0 c rat vvim T. UcDONALD, . . . Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning, March 26th, 1S57. Pnblic Opinion. We bava seen and heard of many instan ce of attempts t5 manufacture public opin ion,' Jbylh for personal and pitrty purposes; huwevo never seen a more urgent and unrecuting "effort, ner onnfbre unjust or illiberal than has beon preseated in our community within tbo list two eeks, and is .now being made, in rotation to two of cur citizens. List week a small article appeared in tho Republican, published here, in these words: W understand that a couple of Old Line leaders in thw place have got them selves into a nico bit of a scraps, in their desire to oppress a Republican, by filch ing money out of his pocket contrary to the Court records. As the matter will soon undergo a judicial investigation, we forbear mentioning names or other par.ic ulars, at present." At the same time all sorts of rumors, stories and statements wero afloat and be ing made. We took occasion to inquire ...

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. — 26 March 1857

Cjjt UM gitpdintnt. UcrOJclID, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, MARCH, 26, 1857. Great destruction by Fire! On last Sunday morning, f.t about 1 o'clock, the most destructive fire broke out that has ever occurred in this county, or probably in Northern Indiana. The fire was first discovered in the rear of the buil ding occupied, and formerly owned by, Robert Rusk. The alarm was given, and conveyed to all parts of the town; the ciii rushed to the scene of the conflagration, but the buildings, being composed of wood, r.nd very dry, there was no hope left of savins: the first block- of buildings on, the ?ast side of Michigan street. Dry Goods, Groceries, Drugs, S:c., were carried into the street, in front of the buildings; there being a stvong wind from the south-east, the goods in the street caught fire, and were almost entirely consumed. The in tense heat occasioned by the burning of an cntir block of buildings, ii Jed the wind and the goods burning in the street, conveyed the fire to the w...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 26 March 1857

5 1 - -i x 4 v j II f 3: 1! ) i i n it 3 a f : 5 - 1 i j 1 4 Killte jumor. II ' Jr, Edltor, 'A. UttU h-tn-rr now ii ttrt, h nliiel by te trittst mn" T ..." Fr ra the Püt?bnrg Union. COURTSHIP. - it alics de via ü. - Cottacrc by the hilhrde Time, n'gh unto dark, Dorothy beside the fire, - - Waiting for her spark. . Old man by the chimney ' - ' Reading Bo3'm paper; . Old lady near the table ; Making Sal a cape, or Some other peculiar kind of a garmens. Vry cold without, and Wind a shrieking howling; Owls up in tlic orchard, Out, perhaps, a fowling. Rap, Up, at the kitchen door Dorothy looks pleasant, - Jonathan,'" she whispers sly ; Rotme if it 'tisa't, Or ehe sonic cth.r fellow that I don't irant to tec." Daorijopcn "Jonathan! Why how du ye du?" " "Well Dorothy, I'm purty well, A seem" how it's veou."" Old man stops Lis reading, -'Old ladr quits the sc win?: Both remark to Jonathan, "Well neow hw it's blowing. There's going to be :cae tall weather yet 1 sweow." Silutation3 OTcr; Jona...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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