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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 18 February 1858

I 1 3 1 1 ! 1 f i i J 1 1 rssxa übt SW;ill. Btmotraf. ' TT2KMS. If paid in Advance, -Itatl'of six montlis jfcnd of the year. 81 OO $1 50 82 00 LOCAL AXD M1SCELLAXE0US. . j-avertisemeat, to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday evening preceding the day of publicutlon.jrj; Notices of !Vat!i3 and 3hni3.se will be rub- lUhwl free of charge. Our friends will oblige us by handing in all si ch otiecs which may under their observation. come Any of our Literary friends, who feel disposed to contribute anythiing for the Democrat, can have th nnnnrtnnitr. and wc shall be clad to have them ... r 4 W ' : do SO. , - Piitslmrrii.' Fort "Warne & Chicago li ATT. ROAD. ff WHO UTSS STATION. TWAlVS ARRIVE. F.x. nnJM .ill2.2rf a. m. Fx. rass.8.50n. m. ImvJ Freicht 2.25 p. m. TRAINS IT AVE. Mail k Pass. 2.00 a. rn. px 10.45 a. m. Local Freight 12.30 p.m T..,ina!.vftntlie arrival of above train?, ex cept the Freight, which leaves at 12-10 p. m. on Mondav, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; ...

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 February 1858

-READABLE MiSCrXtiAKY ITA lawvor havin some legal business to j transact with a widow lady, took occasion to in quire her sgr. The matron, who had long since doffed the 'widow' weed,-,' ttci.it ted to lookpnm and much younger than she really was, as shs re plied Thirtr-fivc sir. Thentnrningto the daughter he said Ma j I be so bold, mis, a3 to inquire your age V Certainly; lam a little past thirty-two most three years younger than mother !' ETA cockney at a tea-party, orrvhearing one la dy say to another 4 1 have something for your pri vate ear immediately exclaimed, I protest against that, for their is a laV against private 'earing.' A Familt Ftocs i.n Old Virginia. There is nonliving in Welxcl county, Va., an old lady named Muni, over ninety-four cars of age, who is the mother of twenty-five children, one hund red and tweuty-one grand clulJreu one hundred and eighteen great grandchildren, and one great great grand child. The father of this immense flock died at the age of seventy-s...

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 February 1858

1 w t t: r '. t M .r Vol. 3 KTo. 14.) PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FSBEUAEY 25, 1858. (Whole No. 118.: 4 my- y I I: t THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rrBUSHKD EVERY THURSDAY. MOR.MXG, BY UIcBOXAIil & BROTHER. TERMS: 1 paid In ndvanee 1 0(1 At the end of six months, 1 50 If delayed until the end of the year 2 00 , ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks, 1 oo Lach additional insertion, r i Column three months "j Column six months, . . i o no X Column ono vpar V'J --i - j- 2 Column three months Colmrn six months, Column one year Column three months, 1 Column six months, 1 Prtlumn nnp i":ir.. 8 00 15 00 25 00 .14 00 ......24 00 .45 00 Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one hange free of charge. Democrat Job Office! PLAIN RULES CUTS, &c.,&c. Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of hew stvles plain and fancy Which enables us to execute, on short notice and reasonable terms, all kinds of Flain and Ornamen tal JOB PRIN...

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 February 1858

THE DEMOCRAT. 21. A. 0. PACKARD, :::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, February - - - - 25, 1838. Democratic State Ticket. tCBSTABT OF STATS. DANIEL McCLURE, of Morgan. AtDITWl OF STATE. JOHN W. DODD, of Grant. TREAVlREIt OF STATE. NATHL. F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vigo. UPER15TTEI5DEXT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SAMUEL L. UUGÖ, of Alien. ATTOI.XET GENERAL, J03.E. McDONALD, of Montgomery. FOR 8TPREMK JUDGES, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVIDSON, of Decaur. JAMES M. HANN A. of Vi;ro. JAME3 L. WORDEN, of W hitler. The Republic oiMXcxico. Tho changes of Luna herself are scarce ly more regular 'han are tho changes in the government of this unfortunate Republic. With each arriral of steamers. re learn of some new outbreak, some nevr change of policy or administration. The latest news is, that Commonfort, th late President, is now displaced, and hai sought, rith his two daughters, a ref uge on our shores, and that a new dynas ty is introduced, which must, in like man ner, run a briaf course, and...

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 February 1858

i . X i I i I- v. 4 i I, i k tarsball gtmocnit TERMS, ir paid in Advance; End of six months, nd of the year, 81 00 SI SO $3 OO LOCAL AXD M1SCELLAXE0US. ""jj-j-XdvertUcmenU, to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday evening preceding the day of publication.XI Notices of Deaths and Marriages -will be pub lished free of charge. Our friends will oblige us by handing in all such otkea which nay come under their observation. Any of our Literary friend?, who feel disposed to contribute anythiing ftr the Democrat,- can have the opportunity, and we shall be glad to luve thcra do so. Pittsknill. Fort Wayne & Chicago RAIT j ROAD. JP Mj Y.1IO UTII S 2VI TIOA TRAILS ARRIVE. Ex. nd Mail 12.29 a.m. Ex. Pa.P.5'in. m. Local Frei cht 2.C5 p. m. truss rtwt. l il & Pass. 2.nij;. m. v 11.45 n. m. Lolal Fi eight 12.30 p.m cS3 O. r:u the arrival of ;iovc tram?, ex cept the Freight, which leaves at 12.30 p m. on Mondavs, Tnciiday8.Tlinrs.laT3, and Saturday; arrivesfrom La L.tfortc Tuesdays,...

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 February 1858

.A 'Touching1 Pocisl. Tre circumstances which Induced the w riting of the following tombing And thrilling lines, were as foHowsr A yonnjlady in New York wni in th habit öf writing for aJTiihdelphia paper on the .subject of -Temperance. Her writing to full cf pa thos, and evinced such deep emotion of so il, that friend of her' accused her of being a maniac on tat subject of Temperance, whereupon sho wrote the following linc3:J Go feel what I r-ave felt, Go bear what I have borne; .; Sink 'neath the blow a father dealt, . And the cold world'a proud scorn : -Then suucr oa from rear to year, " -Tha sole relief the scalding tear. ' Co kneel as I hare knelt, Implore, beseech, and prat- Strive a besotted hert to melt, The downward course to stay; Be das!ifcilwith bitter curse aside. Your prayers burlesque i, your tears defied. , Go weep as I have wepf, O'er a loved father's fall See every prca:3ed blessing swept Youth's sweetness turned to g all Life fading fiower3 strewed all the way , . ...

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. — 4 March 1858

4 -2 N c'ßlT tn 1 ' Vol. 3 No. 15.) PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜESDÄY, MÄEGH 4, 1858. (Whole No. m. V-jjii' fe ... J rfj J ri x v . fj. -l r i i . u a-v rj r.i r r i r I h r 5 . Id I 7 D llldLllOUilLJlJ UUlUUL'U:. c r -TtiBUSUiD ETEKT TIIt7RSD.1T MORNING, BT XEcDOTAIiD & BROTIIER. TEKMS: 'L'.'. If paid in advance 1 00 'Xb uie Cii'i ui pi iawuiu.1,. ............... If ielajed until the md of the year, .1 50 .2 00 ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines' or le&s,) three weeks, E;fc!i additional insertion, Column three mon lis.. .... - s. f"Vl n Tn n air mnntlu . .......... 1 oo 25 r oo 8 00 ' Column one year, VColnmn three months J "JJ U Colcirn six months J ? JJJJ i Column one year, rj J.'" I" Column three months, , JJ 1 Column one rear,. ...45 00 Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one hange free of charge. Democrat Job Office! PLAIN RULES AND AND ÖIIÜIL TYPE CUTS, BORDERS. &C.,&C. Our Inh Denartmcnt is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new st...

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. — 4 March 1858

rn i1 31. A. 0. PACKARD, :::::: Editor. Paystjouth, tziuhsdatt, March ....... i, 1858. Democratic State Ticket. SECSETATtT OY STATE. DANIEL McCLURE. of Morgan. AUDITOR OF STATS. JOHN" W. DODD, of Grant. TREASURER OF STATE, NATHL. F. CÜNXIXGH AM. of Vigo. 8CPER1XTEXDEXT OF TCBLIC INSTRUCTION', SAMUEL L. 11ÜGG, of Alton. ATTORNEY GENERAL. JOS. E. McDONALD, of Montgomery. FOR SUFKE1IE JUDGES, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVIDSON, of Deca'ur. JAMES M. IIANNA. of Vi?o. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Wl ithv. "Ingratitiidc--Thc Blackest Crime." If there is anything under heavens we deprecate, it is a selfish, unscrupulous 'de f.ima'.ion of ihos-3 who are the benefactors of their country and people; and yet, nt this day, thero ia nothing moro common; indeed, this saying ha originated, "That he, who does tha world the most good, generally receives the least pay." The influence of such an unworthy spir it debases every nobler impulse ot tr.e soul, and Qlls society with a class of narrow silhte...

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. — 4 March 1858

öc-Jfcfoill Bcmocrat. TETniS. If paid in Advance, $1 OO Fiüt! or six mouths, $ .10 ml of the vcnr, 82 00 LOCAL AXD MISCELLAXEOÜS, (TTAdvertUemenl?, to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday evening preceding the day of publication. . Notices of Deaths and Marriages will be pub nhel fr of chtrge. Our friends will oblige us by handing in all mich otices which may come under their observation. Any of onr LUerarv friend, who feel disposed to contribute anythiing for the Democrat, can have the opportunity," and we shall be glad to have them do so. Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago RAIT. ROAD. PZj WHO UTMI S T.f TJTO.V. TRAINS ARRIVE. Ex. and Mail 12.23 a. m. Ex. Pas. 8.50 a. m. local Freien 2.35 p. m. TRAINS LH. Mail & Toss. 2.00 a. m. Ex. " 10.15 a. m. Local Freight 12.30 p.m O-, 3P-, c3 o- n.- It. Trains lÄave on the arrival of above train?, ex cept the Freight, which leaves at 12.30 p. m. on Mondavs, Tue J i vs. Thursdays, and Saturdays; rrivesfrom La LaPorte Tuesdays, ...

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. — 4 March 1858

fif ..Taiiitas Yamtatum. BT GERALD GRimx. The stream that hurries by your fixed shore Returns no more; The. wiad that dries at morn you dewy lawn Rreathes and is gone ; Thoe withered flowers to summer's ripcng glow . ' . : No more Ehall blow; Those fallen leaves that strew yon garden bed ; For aye are dead; On shore, or sea, or hill, or plain, - Naught shall remain; Vainly for sunshine fled, and gone by, We heave a sigh. On, ever on, with unexhausted Wcath : Time hastes 'o death; Even with each wora we speak a. moment flies Is born and dies; Of all for which poor mortals vainly mourn Naught shall return. Life hath its home In heaven and earth beneath, And so hath death ; Not all the chains that clank in caster clime Can fetter time; For all the jbhili in the doctor' store Youth comes no more; No drugs on agt's wrinkled cheek renew Life's early hue; Not all the tears by pious mourners shed Can wake the dead. If thus through leaser nature's e jipirc wide Nothing abide If wind, and wav...

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. — 11 March 1858

Ik Mm Hl HB B U N 1 11 13 m r i 1 J i-s Vol. 3 No,-16.) PLYMOUTH; INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH U, 1858. , It. w 5 (Whole. No. 120 TUB MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rUBUSIIED EYEttT THURSDAY M0&X1XG, BT 'üfcDOXAIiD Sc BKOTS2EK. TEKMS: If paid in advance, 1 00 t the end of six months, 1 53 If delayed until the end of the year 2 00 ADVEOTISING: Ore square (ten lines or less,) tLree weelfs,. 1 00 E w:h additional insertion, Column three months. j jjjj 4 Clumn six months 00 V4' Column one year, J- JJjj K Column three months, ' Oil Co!nrrn -rixmrmthi " o- 11 1 Cohniu ou? ve.-r, l" Crtlnmn three" m mths,. l 1 Column six m-rnths 21, 1 Column one year ' ' YcrW lrertie hare t:ie privilege of one hinge free of charge. Democrat Job Office! PLAIN RULES ilLTYFI fiC mm- CUTS, g$g4fe &C..&C. . Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new stales plain and fancy Which enahlea us to execute, on short notice and reasonable terms, all kiwis of Plain and Ornamcn-...

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 March 1858

THE DEMO CHAT. II. A. 0. PACKARD, :::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, ITIarch ------- 4, 1 858. Democratic State Ticket. " iECHETART OF STATS. J DANIEL McCLURE, of Mc-rgtn. - AUDITOR OF STATS. i JOHN W. DODD, of Grant. - XRSA.SDREH OF STATE. tfATHL. F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vigo. UlKaiSTEXDSXT CT FC3LIC INSTRUCTION, SAMUEL L. RUGG. of Allen. ' . v ' ATTORNEY GENERAL, JOS. E. McDONALD, of Montgomery. : SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVIDSON, of Dcca'ur. JAMES M. IIANNA. of Vio. JAMES L. WORDEN, of WhitW. Free pm ions. No people of earth boast more, and rith belter right, of freedom in the ex pressions of their opinion, than we. It is enjoyed in its broadest latitude, both in the Drum and by the press from the veriest s.'hool-bov, to the highest dijnitarv in the Every person regards Inrnself a?j the eflicul ciiiic of every other person's conduct, and makes his report vrith nil the punctuality of the most rguhrly constitu- ted parliamentary body This freedom of opinion is a matter of tr...

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 March 1858

t -J f 1 i. I TlSUIUS. . If paid in Advance, $1 00 V.nii of six months, SI SO JEnci of the year, $3 00 LOCAL AXDJI!SCELLAXEOUS. "CAdvertisement"1, to insure insertion, must bi hinged in by Tuesday evening preceding the day of publica tion.CTj Notices of Deaths and Marriages will l pub- iahed fro of charge. Our friend will oblige 3 by bin ling in all such oticca which may com2 under their observation. Any of our Literary friends, who feel disposed to contribute anything for the Democrat, can have the opportunity," and vre hall be glad to hare them do 10. , Fiitsbursli, Fort Wayne & Chicago RAITj road, m 1yfjo utmw st.1tio.v. TRAINS ARRIVE. Ex. and Mail 12.23 a. m. Ex?IW 8.50 a. m. Local Freight 2.35 p. m. THUNS I.XATE. Mail & Pass. 2.00 n. m. Ex. " 10.45 a. ra. Local Freight 12.30 p.in O.- P., cft5 O- SL. TrninsWve on the arrival of above trains, ex ceptthe Freight, which leaves at 12.30 p. m. on Mondavs, Tueslavs, Thursdays, and Saturdays; - . . r-rt l J arrives from La Lafo...

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 March 1858

The Pioneers. T KlgS .M. LOC1SA SOCTHWICK. They came to the West when the forest stood - Might j, aid solemn, and grand; And built their homes in the shade of the wood, That cover our western lind. -When the blue wide waters, crjstal clear, . : Flowed onward swift and free. As the unchained love of the pioneer Gushed forth for liberty. And the holy stars had watched at night, While the still winged hours passed by; While the old years died in their garments white, - Recorded alone on h?ih ' 0 - Long, long bad the secrets lain concealed, Which the dim weird forest knew; But its hidden wealth was to be rsrealed, And the ti asure open to view. So the woodman came with a high intent, And a strong right arm to do; "As a conqueror of the dark woods sent, To the work of the braTe and true. Then the deer fled far from its oldrn haunt. And tho fawn turned back to the plain; But ther rose in the forest a thrilling chant From the home he tad reared again. Where the rlorioua sunlight never fell...

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. — 18 March 1858

4 vi Vol. 3- No. 17.) PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, ,. 1858. (Wliole No.. 121. Ml r 1 i i f. I i 4 J J 7 TUE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rt'BUälIED KVERY TIICSSDAT MORNING, BT IttcDONAIiB fc BROTHER. TERMS: If paid in ndrance, 1 00 At the end of six month?, 1 50 If delayed until the end of the year, 2 00 ADVERTISING: wqnarc (ten lines or les?,) three weeks additional insertion Column three months.. - ' Column six months, . . W Column one year,. l Column three months,. ......... 'y Col'.icnn six month?,. Column one year......... " Column three month?, f' 1!!? six month?, J i -i one year,. V v .tdrcrtisers have the privilege . V e i ct.'of charjre. ,. 1 00 , . . 5 00 . 8 00 ..12 09 . 8 00 .15 00 .25 00 ..14 00 .di CO .43 00 of one Democrat Job Office! PLAIN 11ULES AND Minus. A3 mm CUTS, Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain and fancy iroB TYPE, Which enables us to execute, on sh jrt notjee and reasonable terms, all kinds...

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 March 1858

1 i ! j i 1 r I i n 5 i i t t i THE DEMO CB AT. XI. A. 0. PACKARD, :::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, SJarck 18, 1858. Democratic State Ticket. 8ECBKTART OF STATE, DANIEL McCLURE, of Morgan. AUDITOR OT STATE, JOHN W. DODD, of Grant. TREASDRER OF STATE, NATHL. F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vigo. UPIR1XTEXDKNT OT PUBLIC INSTRUCTION, SAMUEL L. HUGO, of Allen. ATTOF.NET GENERAL,. JOS. E, McDONALD, of Montgomery. FOR SUPREME JUDGES, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVIDSON, of Decatur. JAMES M. HANNA. of Vi?o. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Whitlor. OUR PAPER. We deem it not out of places to make a - few suggestions under this hef.d, and re port to our patrons and frionds something of the condition and prospects of ;he Dem ocrat. We have had it under our editori al chargo fct four months, and if vre have failed to mate the Democrat what it ought to be, it was not for want of earnest en deavor. Our labors, and they are not a few, as some would divme, have been cheerfully, and earnestly devoted to ma ting f...

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 March 1858

7' TERMS. 77 If paid in Advance, 81 00 End of nix months, $1 SO End of the year, $2 00 LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. iy Advertisements, to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday evening preceding the dsy of publication..Ql Notices of Deaths and Marmpcs will be rub- iahed free of charge. Our friends will oblige us iiy handing in all such rotices which may come tinder their observation. Any of our Literary friends, who feel disposed to contribute anythiing for the Democrat, can have the opportunity," and we shall be glad to have them do 10. Pittsburgh. Fort TVavne RAIT, P,0 AD. TRAINS ARRIVE. Ex. and Mail 12.28 a. m. Ex. Pass. 8.50 a. m. Local Freight 2.35 p. m. TWAINS LEAVE. Mail &. Pass. 2.00 a. m. Ex. " 10.45 a. m. Local Freight 12.30 p.m TYnin leave on the arrival of above trains, cx ci t t 'c Freight, which leaves at 12.30 p. ni. on :..:mv. Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays; : r . '-'.. IU La LaForte Tuesdays, Thursdays and S .Ul-Uv. .... Nor.fK to SuirrtRs. Freight, deab...

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 March 1858

anb Stationen)! i-'iirse Stronger than the Sceptre. 'Henry Ward Beeciier, in hh nervous style thus slioVs how much .more powerful a commercial panic how affects the world tnan a war 'uS i ' A-bank explodes in Ohio: tlien a line of banks give away in Pcnn- sylvania. . It shook the conti nent more than all the canonade of Sevastopol. Next, the banks of New York suspended. All busi ness stopped. Societv was tremu lous from top to bottom! The ti-i Qings are borne across the ocean. That wonderful Island, whose top is narrow, but whose base is broad as the whole earth, began to quiv er, and that silent panic brought her down quick as an axe brings the ox! War could not make her plumes quiver, but commerce, by a look cast upon the ground. Anä it stands apparent to the world, by the greatest demonstration that Commerce has supplanted "War, and is its master. The General's sword, the Marshals trueheon,thej King's crown, are not the strong-i est things. The worlds strenh lies in the million h...

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 March 1858

I vi AW Vol. 3 No. 18.) PLYMOUTH, BTDIAUA, THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1858. (Whole No. 122. S -it i Ky -S Kp w I i i t - ! t 1 4 1 1 1 I f r i J! !'- ) V V THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, rUIUSHED EVERT TIICXSDAT UOILM.NO, BT McDoXAIiD & BROTHER. TERMS: If pi! i m advance.. 1 JjJ t the end of six months,. . . . -J jJJ If delayed until the end of the year 2 IW ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insertion, j " Column three months J" U Column six months, i? Column one year i Column three month- J jj ' U Column sixmonth3, r nf) ij Column one year, r j " Column three months,. . . V 1 Column six months, ""a on 1 Column one rear, ;..; , Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one h inge free of charge. Democrat Job Office! PLAIN V-T7 RULES AS CO... mm IÄ mini. cnT9. rfTV? v 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 and reasonable term, all ...

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 March 1858

I II M TiTThYTOPT A U JLijjJL Vy J XI IX. Xi -a. a. u. rAbAünu. :::::: .caiior. ' i j . 1. I i s . PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, March ------ 95, 1858. Democratic Slate Ticket. SECHETART OF STATS, DANIEL' McCLURE, of Morgan . , , AUDITOR OF STATE. w JOHN W. DODD, of Grant. - TRASbfeR OF STATE, NATIIL, F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vigo. 8UPERIXTESDEXT OF PUBLIC 'INSTRUCTION, . , SAMUEL L. RUGG, of Allen. - ATTORNEY" GENERAL, JP.S.'JFT. McDONALD, of Montgomery. FOR SUPREME JUDGES, -SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVIDSON, of Dec.vur. JAMES M; HANNA, of Vigo. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Whitley. A Word with Democrats. No tt that the opposition has chosen their leaders for the coming contest, it becomes democra's to look well to their duties, and prepare the ' battle-field for another glori ous victory,- that shall wipe out the last vestige of republican power in our State. The Democracy of Indiana is worthy of the liufel for the zeal and fidelity in many a hard -fought cop test, and especially, du ring the l...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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