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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 21 February 1856

r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR-JACKSON PLYMOUTH, IND., FEBRUARY 21, 1856. VOL. 1, NO. 15. MAISMALI (TM DEMOCBAi s I i i i ii " r i - 1 -.-. 1 1 " . ' i . i Hujiness Cards not exceeding three lines, inser ted under this head, at $1 per annum. Fersoni advertising in the "Democrat" by the yar, will be entitled to a Card i:i the Business Di rectorv, without additional charge. Äsfall (fountii Htmotrat AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on ham! an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute JOB 1XD Of everv description and quality, such as CIRCVLAM, l.t.lUKILU, LABELS, CATALOGUES, rAMPIII-ETS, bcsi5e5s cards, blank deeds a mortgages; And in short, Blanks of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, & on reasonable terms PLYMOUTH KANNER, BY W. J. BURNs. t'lvmouui, iiui. BROWN I.EK & Co., DEALERS IN DRY .mmIs anl Groceries, first door cast side of Michipui street .Plymouth, Ind. B" ""r67Tevä"nF...

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. — 21 February 1856

53cm0trat .Editor. IOUTI-I, IND. - i ornisg Feb,, 21, 1S5G. I DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor, Ashbkl P. Will ard, of White. For Lieut. Governor, Jobs C. Walker, of Laporte. For Secretary cf State, Daniel McClure, of Morgan. For Auditor cf Staie, Jons W. Dodd, of Grt. For Treasurer of State, A quill a Jones, of Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Jo. E. McDonald., cf Mcr.tgomery jrr Superintended! cf PuUic Instruction, , William C. Larrabee, of Putnam. r For Clerk cf Supreme Court, ; William B. Bsach, of Boone. ; RncrUr of Decision of Suvrane Court, GotuoN Tasser, of Jackson. J v - . . New Advertisement?. List of Let- ters Sheriff's Sale, Surveyors Notice's: D. C. Larue, and others: Moses Heming-j inrrpr- P. Shirty, nntl others. The Bmk Question. We had purpDsed in our mind to give j our views on th? Bank question, and the j disastrous effeets of making it a t;st of De-; mocracy Äc, but unding an article m the State Sentinel fhcl embodies substantial - - ty our views on that sub...

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. — 21 February 1856

2m- T-.'.o lloi ic" Sto:e! Nene ot v. ..: Gt - e ..-c ! e .n;!i.' i ! '. ... .H e t. UnlCT thJ LorS.i:Utlon SCVm U III . m :, -d.ei. on.. H....i--mhI n.-r... tbo -...... i Ab..? of .i !-.:iw. tcn.,wn H4 fr..m inn. C"!:t in::-g .'t. n-e-th. .ten Ja;::, S. B. CCKBALEY, Notniy Fub'ic. I Jym- ouih Ind. Will a d.. i'iister all.--, t.-il.e i M i.irT. ,i-. a.-knowh ii-em. nr . 1 D. e.i-. M..rt ja-.-. p..w,t of At;.i:n- and do : !! it'.i. r i n-:ii ... i i,. t ni. ehara.i.r. Odhe:.t t!: C-um H..u-e i.i i!,.- h C. 'rh -i ( hlii e. i , . 1 1. ! N (IV. : e. f5. Til- ! J i ;i,.-. -'ii ; : i. a C.ic .i' ii- id he ...u. , i . ' r.iT ' ci .' i -. -t b rip.a tli s' , a, i tion gii-.it. r, I tv iiimy lh;usan i, than wjis r-, t.lilU'd b ;III olhv !' .-'li.'.lal ? Ui.'.'u".da-1. i.l . in i'Tiy i ait of th- wmld. It is the i :. in.'u.;r the P..iVl.ers ih.it il sh. II c. iit'i.ce to iinii; - i . 1 - ' ' I r t -J : - . , - ' i it s- - , r WAsmTox, rcb. i4 ! LIST OF LETTERS ! A. C. C APRON, PUOSPECT U S O...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 21 February 1856

The Written Rock. We would call the reader's attention to the remarkable confirmations which have recently been afforded, both of the exis tence and wide spread writing in the Mo saic aje, and of the strict accuracy of Scrip ture history. We allude to the written rocks of Sinai, on which the researches of Mr. Charles Foster, (besides those of other authors) have thrown considerable lurht. Journeying, in through, along the Wady Mokatteb, or Written Valley, we see in scriptions on the roks around us, which must arrest our attention, and which will awaken within our mind the same deep in terest that they hare created generally, throughout the known world. We shall be stmek with the height at which many of them are written. So high up those precipitous rocks that we are puz zled tosettle how they enirraved them there Were scaffolds erected, or were ropes and baskets let down from the top of the rocks, to give the adventurous artist a somewha precarious footing? What a multitude of them ...

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. — 28 February 1856

v i.viium, i,in.......... ! . i ..i. i Ä, 1 . . rn. .1 . 1. t ... .1 : 1 f ... 1... i MARSHALL GO "NTY fei . n THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON. PLYMOUTH, IND., FEBRUARY 28, 1856. NO. 1(J. VOL. 1, f r HI ' - i : : i ' j -: vi -'' A A JiUSlN'KSS LHItEOTOUY. Busineß Cards n t ewn- thru- Iinw. inser ted under thh head, at 1 per annum. IVwoiw advertis:n;; in the P,nWct by the . ;m u, . nütlcd to a Card i i the Business Di- 4 1 ' ,-, without additional charge. rectorv iu-sbaU"cL ounti) Ilcmocrut JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We hav on Inn ! an extensive assortment of JOB X'-STES, And art- iivj.ared to cecute JOS! AXD l AXiV P Of evcrv description and ip'.a'.ity, sueu as CIRCtt.AKS, IANDRII.I.! LABiXS, f AMPIILETS, business cards, ei. amc deeds 4 mortgages; tATAMXJfiS. And in hört, Hl.mk of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice. & reasonable terra "OlVmOUTII BANNER." KV u - J- KUKXS. riynuuth, Ind. Rrownl...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 28 February 1856

! "ain'J,t v.ousuiS quoieu ,u,..Uu. u,-u. suj.piu, UTarstaH democrat t Mcdonald,. .Editor. PLYMOUTH, IND. rri i if V" rrT ' " lllUrSUUy JlOriling, reb., 2 1856. SST--- . . i,? . DEMO CK AT I C NOMINATIONS. For Governor, Abhbkl P. Willard, of White. For Lieut. Governor, Jon C. Walkkk, of Laporte. For Secretary of State, Damkl McClure, of Morgan. for Auditor of State, Johs W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, A q villa Jones, of Rartholomew. For Attorney General, Jot. E. McDonald, cf Montgomery. Tvr Superintendent of Public Instruction, WrtmuP T.iRKiKKe. nf Putn.im. T. ........ -----", ... . I ' For Clerk of Supreme Court, j William BBeacu, of Booxe. ! Rtporttr of Decisions of Supreme Court, ! Gordox Tanner, of Jackson. I The Circuit Court in this place adjourn-: od last Saturday, af or being in session two ' " I c take it to be a correct axiom in poll- , l i weeks and continuing about one half of the I hx ltQ bcr second thought" soon regains its sway business. , i , ). ,i . j a...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 28 February 1856

feiertet! octrii. : .-ff 1 1- - s V ,- - i I i 4 : i T ' ,.. . - " rrom t!w KuicV.-rw.ck-r. ' bei no; ma Je 'for Buncombe;' Lut fe-.v, I 4 1 love to steal awhile away Ouuivt. to the last, a favorite and lu'upw cures- doubtless, know the oi iin of l he term. It From every cumbering care, pondem whose peculiar 'poetry' has t tin-1 cireu-. oiiiaated in this wise: And spend the hour of setting day Ution an rimlutor in almost every garter of the j Col. Edward Buncombe eommanded a j In humble grateful prayer.' einintry n U u the following 'Stanzai to Ancjc-; regiment of North Carolina troops, linder j The regu!ar chorister being absent, the duty de ftn. We insert a few versos to slow how little j Gen. Xah, and fought gallant v at Brandy- volved upon the good old deacon M., who corn- mere beauty h is to d with true affection: 'How oft to thee, sweet one-eyed friend, Must I confess my errors! Here at thy f..t again I bend, In your prim, tidy little room; And own I envy one, fur whom Strabis...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 28 February 1856

Kate, Cecn. KoiuicaL Quaint, Queer. "Thcr's one among ve taken note?. An' faith Le'II prent 'em." JtiT'An Irishman called in great haste up-m Dr. A . statintj that "Be dad; nrboy Tim lias swallwoed a mouse." Then bo dad,' said the Doctor tell 'your boy Tim to swallow a cat.' Snixg uiais. Cover, of the Grant Coun ty Herald, has been writing an "Ode to Shanghais." The following is the opening verse, and is as much as our readers will b able to digest atone sitting: Fejtlered Giraffe! Who lent you wings? Who fv.n.hhcd ycu those hps? ' I.'ow ccu'd euch everlasting things p these, come out of eggs? POETRY AND FASHION. Splashing thro' the putter'. Trailing thro' the mire, Mud up to the ankle. And a lee tie higher Little boy 3 uproprious, 'Cause you show your feet! RIessme! this is inglorious Sleeping down the streets! Bonnet cn the shoulders, Nose up to the sky: Roth hands full of flounces. Raised a la Shanghai Undrskrti bespattered, Looking amaz'Dg neat: All your silk3 "get watered," Swe...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 13 March 1856

' ii. .i-o. I.,. !.. ,.. .. ,.r . i ... - ii own iii.t iivtiu. xiv. ics' u -o. , . . i r . : t . e i . i . . 1 ;i' cxa i mi i.i : . : l-i t. ear- ' J - -T Tfr Jim ttfTi rnTlifAyjj - THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. H 4 'M '' t 1 111 I II i t i .i. . ft- VOL. 1, BUSINESS IJIltKCTo" Easiness Cards not exceeding throe linos, baser ted under thi head, at 1 per annum. ' IVrsoiw advertising in the "Democrat"- l.y tlie rear, will be emitted to a Card i: the Humes. Di revtorv, without adilitiotud charge. ITavsball (Tounti) Bcmotrat AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on hand an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute JOB m FiXCY PRLTLC! Of every description and quality, such as II RtTLARi, 11 lXU HI fJ.S, r.Mrni.ETS, BUSINESS CARDS, ,jJU.AXK PKEIJs t mortgages; CATAMHJI-KS And in short, Wanks ot every variety aim ueicni tion, on the shortest notice, & on rea-:on.dle terms ... . t .1 - J.. T7.LYM0UTU BANN...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 13 March 1856

0arsljall gcnmcrat t. Mcdonald, . .Editor. PLYMOUTH, IXJD. Tk.i.li,- "U.. .,: 1!.. 1 10 K.v IJmrMla) 3loriiiii29 March 13, boö. DEMOCRATIC XÖmflÖXsT" For Governor, Ashbel P. Willard, of White. For Lieut. Governor, , John C. Walker, of Laporte. For Secretary of State, : Daniel McClure, of Morgan. For Auditor of State t Jonx W. Dodd, of. Grant. For Treasurer of State, Aquilla Jones, of Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Jos. E. McDonald, c f Montgomery. For Superintendent of Pullic Instruction, William C. Laruabee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William Ii. Beach, of Boomc. Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Taxner, of Jackson. Halloo, stranger!! Have you heard any thing from Chicago? Dyer, the democratic nominee for May or, was elected bv about 500 majority ' pretty well for a city that gave tho fusion Mayor, last year, some 400 majority; for j one that employed a gang of rowdies and j by the officers of the Agricultural Society, negroes to hiss Judge Douglass dow...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 13 March 1856

Cn Popular Sovereignty in its trcs Senso. T.. ifa trn sense; vorv fe w I nteli L'en l n; .-n are opposed ts the doctrine of opul.ir sovereignty,' and for the sutHcient reason that it is the principle upon which the wholc theory of our system of government rests. All sections of the country, and all narties and sub-divisions of parties, .m disposed to admit that it would b; well enough to let the actual settlers m Kansas determine the character ot their own insti tution, provided they can really be permit tod to shape them without outside inter fr- and impartial in its bearings affording, if ence. Gov. Seward's domestic organ ,on- j rendered effective, a fair and honorable ba cedes that under the operation of such a i iuielingrtie present agitated condi- rule 'Kansas will certainly be free. wt an intelligent llepubhcau press can now be found which tikes issue against lis prin ciple. It is the invasion of the principle. iritcf irloVli their h.-itterios are directed. Their course cf ar...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 13 March 1856

feiertet) !octn. Krvu. the IVjstou l't. SONG OP THE STEAMER. EY JOHN G. SAXE. Rushing through the ocean, Rolling in tlie breeze, Riding over billows, Pitching into sea?, Shaking w ith the engine, Screaming . iih the blast, Mighty pleasant mode of Going rather fast. Staggering on d-ck be- Oause von eaimot stand, UoUHiiir on the railing With a shaky hand; Now the floor is settling "1'ii'lerneath your feet, Now it heaves you up like Tossing in a sheet. Sailers looking red ami La Ii es lookin:; pale, Cajtain come. along and Says it's mite, a pile; Passengers iiwjuire how I.ong it's like to last; Captain shake his heal 4I"ts Kiting very last." Gentleman in motion, Looking uite distressed, Savs he'd pvc his house for Halfan hour's rest; Fidgety old lady Wonders he coul.l sup, II as a poor opinion Of his bringing up. Invalil complaining Not the slightest doubt Another lit of straining Will turn him inside out; Lady on the sofa, Lthig lead alnwst, Nothing more to give up, Unless it be the j...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 20 March 1856

i . - i r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON VOL. 1, PLYMOUTH, IND., MARCH 20, 185G. NO. 19. MA1SHALL DEMOCRAT. i v i .li 2 1 s m i 4 f I' 9 I, business lUrcttory. Business Cards not exceeding throe line.-, in?cr led iimler this he:ul, at $1 per annum. Persons advertising in the 'Democrat' hy the Tear, will he entitled to a Card i:i the llusines Ii revtory, without additional charge. 2fttarsfta(l (founto Hcmocvat job printing office. Wi- have on hind an extensive assortment of .And are prepared to execute JOB JXD FiXfY P! Of every description and iinnlitr, smh as IRCTI.AR3, llANUBtlJ, PAMrill.KTR, PI'S! NESS CAROS, BLANK DKM k mortgages; And in short, R!;inli.s of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, & on rensonnhle terms I JLYMOCTII liAXNKK, BY W. J. BURNS, i 1 ivmouth, In.!, j B KOWXLKG & SHIRLKY, DEALERS IN Dry Coods and Croceries, first door east of nhiiMii street, 1 Ivmoutli, ln.1....

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 20 March 1856

... . r. r, . nvoh ili ; on It til- hn ItiM.n f,,r t i ' ' 1' " uns viuvi w ain :isu vait ifc niuiiii UK.' I c "Y 'i"-"'-' . ". ... .... . ' e.I an.l alarnu-l our own cove liTnrsjjall JUinöcrat t. Mcdonald,... .Editor. PLYMOUTH. IND. Thursday MoTllillg, Mardl 20, 1S-5G. j - " ' DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. j For Governor, AslIBLL 1 WlLLAKD, of Wli'ltO. For Lieut. Governor, John C. Walked, of Laporte. for Secretary of Slate, Daniel McCi.uke, of Morgan. For AwlUor of State, Jonx W. Dono, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, AquiLt a Joxks, ot Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Reporter of Derisions of Supreme Court. Cordon Tanker, of Jackson. ! There is but little doing in Congress that would be interesting to our readers. The j Kansas question is the all absorbing theme j at present. ; The Republicans would have nothing to j rally their forces with, if this question was settled. They would like to have Reeder admitted as the Delegate, but they do not exactly understand which would he the bet...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 20 March 1856

- . rrt "VSL 4 X I v I 3 : V 1 . I -. V Interesting from Xansas. St. Louis, March 12. The Republican's Lexington correspon dent telegraphs that the Kansas Territori al Legislature met at Topeka on the 4th and organized, electing officer.-. Gov. Robinson's message is published. It is mostly devoted to a review of Kansas history, and an endeavor to justify the act ion of the Frecsoil party. One of the con cluding clauses reads as follows: It is understood that the Deputy Mar shal has private instructions to arrest the members of the Legislature and the State officers, for treason, as soon as this address is received by you.' In such case no resistance will be offered to the officers. Let what will eome, not a linger should be raised against the Federal authority, until there shall bo no hope of: relief but in revolution. I Another reads thus: ' 'Exposed as our citizens are, to the iscalp-; Ing knife in the West, and revolvers in the ! East, a thorough and early organization of j the m...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 20 March 1856

t -r , i....- t i iML-u luunu üum in LU1.-S work oi aiscora in' v.r v.vieui, "ii in ill. o--"-"! iii.j iuui, oin ii .111 mj.v.:i aiio.i cordmi't. Uaron Humboldt, th jexcrenK'nts . l . u 14 s "l Cjy " ; 'f-V e7S Watai .V n-.il ioiuWldiii.liii t k .. ... .;-, . Small and large Seed Potatoes. The Pa33engers and Officers on the Pacific. Mr. Editor: In Looking over a back number of the Farmer's Magazine, I obser ved the following remarks in reference to the potato. "The largest potato being The Pacific had on board forty-five pas senders, including about fifteen in the- first Gen. J ackson md his Ungrateful Porteges Mr. Francis P. Blair, the editor of the The Frozex Peach Trees. M. B. Bate- COUNTY OFFICERS, man, in a letter to the Ohio Fanner, fullv .C r 1.,.., - I'- INNKDCE Tn-iisurp ! TS YETIICUK. AI i,uii-;uia wui Maienient.i iiv u;i& niru. t i .. . a , .. , .... ... .. - w ...... ; Wod,;,,,,,, f'l,1 1...:. - r.., T1--.., i c Ii i .i i -LKr.( Uccordcr. IL lus told the loik.. w hit...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 3 April 1856

f V . .MA IS.JA..J..J CO -j... . r rW THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEffifct SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. ' r ; - nr ' ., ., z: - PLYMOU.TÖV IND., APRIL 3, 1856. VOL. 1, NO. 21. i 5 A - - i jr '1 s : J, J V 1 X V xisuxtss Birrdorg. Business Canb not exceeding three lines, inssr ted under tins head, at $1 per annum. Persons advertising in the "Democrat" by the year, will be entitled to a Card in the Business Di rectorr, without additional charge. 3Äarsliall(ouniü democrat JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on hand an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute JOB AND FAiM'Y PRIMIXG! Of every description and quality, such as m CIRCCLAM, HANDBILLS, LABELS, FAMrilLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, B'.AXK DEEDS A MORTGAGES CATALOG CES, .And in short, Blanks of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, k on reasonable terms ILYMOUTII BANNER, BY W. J. BURNS, l'lymouin, inu. BROWNLEE k SHIRLEY, DEALERS IN Diy Goods and Groceries, first door east ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 3 April 1856

Barsjiall griMtrat t. Mcdonald,. Editor. pja'mouth, ixd. Thursday Morning, .April 3, 1S5C. DEMOCRATIC XOM IX ATI 0 XS. For Governor, Ashhel 1. Will aru, of White. For Lieut, Governor, John C. Walker, of Laporto. For Seen far ff of State, Daniel McClure, of Morgan. For Audi for of State. John W. Dodd, of (J rant. For Treasurer of Stufe, ArriLLA .Tones, of IJartholomen. For Attorney Genera!, Jos. E. McDonald, t f Montgomery. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, William C. Larhabee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William B. Beach, of Boone. Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court, Gokdon Tanner, of Jackson. D EMO CR A T I C NOMINATION. TOWNSHIP ticket. For Justices of the Prace. JAMES II. CASE, Township Treasurer, A. C. STA LEY. Toienship Clerk, JOHN K. BROOKE. Township Trustee, JAMES 1IASLETOX. Fur Constables, DAY ID HOW, A. C. THOMPSON", THOMAS J. PATTERSON. INVESTIGATING COMMITTEE. 1 1 . The committee appointed bv Mr. fcpeak- 11 " 1 l cr. Banks, to invest urate the Kansa...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 3 April 1856

II. R. PERSHING IXemge of Got. Bantow, of Wisconsin, Resigning his Office. State of Wisconsin; Executive) Departmest, March 21, 185G. j To the Legislature: The Supreme Court having assumed ju risdiction in the case of the State on the relation of Coles Bashford against myself, and decided that they have the constitu tional riirht to determine who shall exercise the powers of the Executive Department of this State, I have deemed it proper to com municate to the Legislature what I under stand have been the proceedings of the Court sir.ee making my official protest against their jurisdiction, on the 8th inst., and also what course I have determined to pursue, after full and mature deliberation in relation to the same. Having held jurisdiction in the case in defiance of the most manifest constitutional reasons against it, and asserted a power which, if cairied into execution, necessari ly brings into d.ingerous conflict the co ordinate departments of the government, and constitutes that...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 3 April 1856

From the Yincennes Gazette. Passing Away. Liki the flowers nipped by the cold blast cf coming winter, our friends and acquain tances arc ul'itig around us. "We scarcely issue a copy of our paper, without the an- nouncement that another of our friends has j I gone, has died. One day we chronicle the j flight of some lovely infant, ere the heart j had crrown familiar wuh this world's mis cry; the next, manhood in his pride and strength, has bowed at the "universal man date;" to-day, the last lingering sand ha3j fdlen from the aged pilgrim, and they are , gone, each to their reward. Passiny away; j f.iding, dying, and decay, is written upon every fold of the great book of nature, in characters as of fire, and all who heed can nee the end of all things earthly. Not a breeze fans our aching brow, but si 'hs a requiem for the departed; nt a flower glis tens in the spring time, but whispers, pass ing away, and writes upon o;ie leaf of na ture's scroll the great truth that duration is not o...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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