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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 10 April 1856

IL i inn tinr-''rrrtifftäitlTtittffrttt'-Tmmi r MAIS AlJ:J fTYW DEMOCRAT. VI I II j THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. VOL. 1, PLYMOUTH, IND:, APRIL 10, 1856. NO. 22. 1 t 4 i business iiircttorii. - Bushics? Cards not exceeding three lines, inser ted under i "s head, at 1 per annuni.- Persons advertising in the "Democrat" by the vear, will be entitled to a Card ia the Business Di rectory, without additional charge. UTarsball (lounti) Democrat JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on hand an extensive assortment of JOB "5T iE 33 , And are prepared to execute JOB l.D F.l.WT PBIXTIXG! Of every description and qunhty, sucli as CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, LABELS, CATALOGUES, PAMPHLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, BLANK DEEDS 4 mortgages; And in short, Blank of every variety an 1 descrip tion, on the shortest notice, & on reasonable term.- -pLY.MOUTII BANNER, BY W. J. BURNS. Plvmouth, Ind. BROWNLKE k SHIRLEY, DEALERS IN Drv (woixls and Gro...

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. — 10 April 1856

$JlarsjaU jjpfiiwrat T. McDOXTAXjD, . :ditor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning, April 3, 1S5G. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. I or Governor, AsiiBtL P. "Willard, of White. For Lieut. Governor, John C. Walker, of Laporte. For Secretory of State, Dakiel McClure, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John Vi'. Dodd, of Grant For Treasurer cf St'itc, Acuilla Jones, of RArthoIomew. For Attorney General, Jos. E. McDonald, (f Monigomeiv. For Superiuttudentof Pv.Uiz Instruction, William C. Laruauee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William B. Beach, of Boose. Reporter cf Decisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Tanker, of Jackson. DEMO CR ACT TRIUMPHAXT! ru3ionisn, in all its various Phases, Com pletely Routed!! The entire Democratic ticket was elected on last Monday, in Center township, by majori.ies ranging from forty to eighty! Xotwi:hstandin all the parties and isms ! . - 0 x f this degenerate age opposed us, our vic tory is complete. The ground was warm lv contested for Justices and Constables, 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. — 10 April 1856

! IL . - -T: ,-. - - -i ? t V f i -. V r i The Rifle WAit.Men, money, and Sharpe's rifles is tho constant cry of the chief organ of the Republican party the N Tork Tribune. The editor has been a sort of peace individual until of late; he now thinks it important to fight himself, for no body ever had a fairer chance to pitch in than he had a few weeks ago, but he re strained himself. He however calls upon others to go to Kansas, and take Sharpe's lifles along, and do killing service in the cause of freedomas he stvfcs it. lie has been superintending the votes in Congress flattering and scolding and coaxing. He had the pleasure of seeing Banks elected and the Committee-sail light; but his hopes for authotity to send for persons and pa pers have failed. Dunn whom Greely claimed as amongst the faiihful, has been in a slate of rebellion, with a strong dispo - sition to kick the af.tiosaid Oreely, everj ciiwk. Vi- to.!- tirit 1 1ii: c.Oi-.ii mi ?itid 1 5 ! . . i . , . proposition to send ...

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. — 10 April 1856

T Q 3ES 1ST is ylt neun, and in his sotwn mini (Concluded from ßrst page.) But he heard her voice. Ho was not too far away. It was in time, and lie came. He sprang to her, and in an instant he was hers aijain, and all was forgotten save the peaceful, joyful face that lay before him looking so loveinodr into his eves. She was dying. Swiftly now the silver cord was slipping from the knot. She grew paler, and more heavenly in appear ance, while she fixed her eyes more and more intensely on him. She never varied her gaze. Father, mother, friends who were all around her none caught that look of love, save he whose its all was here and forever. And, at length, whispering; 'Phillip, hold me close!' and her head in his bosom, she closed her eyes on his be!oved countenance last vision of earth, last thought of time and took it with her to the unseen world, as all she wished to take from earth to heaven. Three days afterwards they buried her. And when the lonesome man, with bowed head and sol...

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. — 17 April 1856

: - v.- MAESMLL r W THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. DEMOORAT; I I A- - f r7 t VOL.. 1, usintss pucttoti). Business Card not exceeding three lines, inaer ted under this head, at $1 per annum. Persons advertising in the "Democrat' by the year, will be entitled to a Card i i the Business Di rectory, without additional charge. Utarsfall (founts Bcmocntt JDB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on hand an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute job mi V PIHYWIYf! Ulli iiliU l i umiiiiu. Of every description and quality, such as CIRCULARS, HANDBILLS, LABELS, CATALOGUES, famphlets, business cards, blank deeds a mortgages; And in short. Blanks of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, k on rcasomble term PLYMOUTH BANNER, BY W. J. BURNS, Plvmouth, lud. . .tt-ti. iv ! ROWNLEE & MlllU,t,l, uiu.iL.r.uo J Drv GomU and Groceries, first door east of Michigan street, V mtlljJ uookT1:v1?e.lers in dry Goo...

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. — 17 April 1856

l.i:j!it?d ti n. n.irtv v?;li l:it n 5-I.-r M..nvliliU A M. I.nnrr v.- nrinoo ,i.,.,a VfiWould make a statement in regard to the UTarsjjnll democrat t. Mcdonald,. .Editor. PLYMOUTH. 1NJX ntm - , - . I . . llrarsdaV 30111111?, pril J, baft - - DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor, Asiibkl P. Will ard, of While. For Lieut. Gotcmor, Jons C. Walker, of Lnporte. For Se:retary of State, Daniel McClure, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, Aquilla Jones, of Bartholomew. For Allor.ney General, Jo3. E. McDonald, cf Montgomery. For Superinten lent of P till It Instruction, William C. Larkakke, of i'mnam. For Clerk cf Supreme Court, William B. Beach, of Boone. Reporter of DeAsions of Suprtvie Court, Gordon Tanxeh, of Jackson. LET US REASON TOGETHER. . The Democrats advocate that the prin-1 Cities lau down 1:1 the Kansas and Zebras- ka Bill, are the only principles that will ' give peace and quietude to the country. : Persons eiiher from the North, or...

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. — 17 April 1856

From the Chicago Democratic Press. The New Building Material, or Artifi cial Granite Blocks. About tm years since, the attention of vour readers was directed to the claims and mcrhs of a new building material, invent ed by Ambrose Foster, of Wisconsin, and said to combine mos: of the essential qual i ies of all oilier known building materials, with great savin' in cost of manufacture, and ease in acquiring the necessary ele ments, and facility in construction. This, like everv other invention when first put forth to the world, has been bro't j to the ordeal of public opinion aroused i the opposition of clashing interests, and called forth diversified scientific opinions. I In noni of these encounters, wo bclL-vc. 1,. tb' rlaims of the "new material" ; ccmiMli- nrWted. Possessintr in- finsio merit, it has steadily increased its j mark that it would not permit no such du ivputation and established iW-lf as one of-ties tobe paid by American vessels pass themost useful inventions of the...

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. — 17 April 1856

(Published by rojue-t.) Popular Medical Delusions. Qaack-a-ilvinff. cWiiie- moimtihmira . t-;n la to mike soundmen sick, and sick men kill The twelfth, and oonMn.lirw Wt,,r., the Course was delivered lass Tu-day evening bv Doctor Jenks S. Spra upon 'Popular Medical Delusions.' The 'art of healing' is the in s: irnpor- tarn, responsible a:ii honorable of the learn- fed profcaii jus. No other profl-ssLm re - quires so much scientific knowledge and 'common sense' to render the prac.i ioner qualified and reliable, as docs tne medical practi:ioner;and none other is as arduous, s.df-S'icriliciii! and thankl-ss as th.ir. win.-.'- admiuis.ers soothiii ry iVh cur;l uty t! tho piins and diseases which 11,-sh i"l,cir to. AH professions have their charl.rans, pretentions quicks a:ul ig'ioraat prac.i i mi ers but ia the medic il, the number is legion, and ia no odicr do qu icks an 1 empirics pracdee s pervadingly and disas.aously upon tho creduliiy and supers. i.i-:i of the public;. Doctor Sprag...

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. — 24 April 1856

JlllllJuilÄ 1 e THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON. - t t f VOL. 1, jönsincss ptrtttoriL Business Cur h not exceeding three lines, in-er : ted under tlii head, ut $1 per annum. Persons aJvrrtisinc, in the Democrat" hy the Year, will be entitled to a Curd ii the Piusincss Pi-1 rectorv, without jvlJition.il charge. Paishll (Countn ilnnocvat JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We hive on hand an extensive assortment of JOB TXFB, Ami are prepared to execute JOB ivD F.1ACV PRIXTIXG! Of ererj description and quality, such as Kerums,. II AN DDI M-', l.ABKLS, CATAU;rE3, rAMPiu-irrs, . BUSINESS CARDS, BLANK DEEDS tfc MOKTfi.WiKS ; And in short. Blanks of every variety and descrij tion, on the shortest notice, i on reasonable terms XLYMOUTII J1AXNKR, HY W.J. BURX.S. 11) mouth, Ind. THROWN LKE & SHIRLEY. DEALERS IN y Dry Good and Groceries first door e ist of Michigan street, llyinomn, mi. B " ÜÖÖK & KVANH DEALERS INT DRY Goods an...

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. — 24 April 1856

irlarsjjall fmorrat T. Mcdonald Editor. PLY.MOUTI-T, IXD. Thursday Morning, April 21, ISjö. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor, Asiipkl P. Willard, of While. For Lieut. Governor, Abrm A. Hammond, of Vigo. For Secretary cf Stole, Daxiel McCutre, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, Aqcilla Jone., of Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Jos. E. McDonald. f Montgomery. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, William C. Larkabee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William B. Beach, of Boone. Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Tanner, of Jackson. W. J. Mom h authorized to act a- a.rcnt, re ceive auJ receipt for subscriptions to the Democrat, at Eldora, Iown. Wim.ocghby M. McCormick, ii authorized to receipt for subscriptions to the Democrat, at Knox, j b.jrk County, Inai.in i. The edkor bi:ig somewhat indisposed wo have taken the resposibilky of conduct ing the Democrat this week, and will be ' accountable for what may appear ...

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. — 24 April 1856

Democratic Gains and Democratic Tri umphs. The elections thus tar of 1856 have tcr-minat-eJ mast auspiciously for the Demo-enri- party. Every Sur.e, county, or mu nicipal election which has bwn held has shown either a l.nrge Democratic g:in or n full, comp!?:, and overwhelming Demo cratic triumph. According to a dispatch from New Haven, received yesterday, the ote for Governor in Connecticut is as fol lows: Ingham (Democrat), 32,520 M.ner Know Nothing) 20,931 Well (thick Republican) 6815 Rockwell (Whig) The Democratic candidate, it will thus be seen, lacks a few hundred votes of a major i:y ocer all his competitors the com bined vote of Minor, Wells and Hock well only amounting to 33,972. The Democrat ic gains in Connecticut, New Hampshire and Rhode Island will exceed twenty thous and votes! But it is not alone in New England that our gains and triumphs have been confined. The n-sult of the recent county elections in Tennessee, it will be recollected, far exceed ed the most sanguine...

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. — 24 April 1856

b.vl?. di-.v.,.- o If cn,d- b;. f., - Q AÜ. W Yn""-? CoMisoxi:ns CoritT. Fii-st ondavs in March, 1 "Um 1;,' savs f.-v.ui- r.J.f ba.-k. ;i;d h t t -:ittb-." box hl cars di wa, andt smack Jus lace "wS W t SJ r , , n,.,, : it.. i..., i.,.,f r.,.. .,.. t., r.. An Instance of Sagacity in a Hen. Mr. Phil-iudor Pie rev, of Marquette?, Wisconsin, communicates tho following to the Country Gentleman, Albany X. Y. A few years since I purchased a hen of Mr. OJell, now a resident of our village, vho iaf -rmed m? that she was one of the first settlers of Wisconsin, and having a particular regard foroU age, I concluded to keep Mrs. Biddy, and wiiness tho ciilct of aii in he;- dec lining years. Whether there is a natural re-peer f r age among certain animals, I will not at tempt to deci le: but certain it is that not a biped upon the farm ever attempted to cross her ineliaa'.i )n, or dispute her authority; and if ever their was a foul whose organ of self-esteem was prominently developed, i was her....

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 May 1856

i iAlSIAll fro r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. W II II II "t . 4. ... - V. ' r i ; : I f r i i r -. -- r- s f -r VOL. 1, gnsintss Bittttrg. Business Cards not exceeding three lines, inser ted under this head, at $1 per annum. Person advertising in the "Democrat" by the year, will be vntided to a Card i.i the Business Di rectory, without additional charge. ttarsball ountii tltmotrat AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. We have on h iml an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute inn ivn i? ivrv 11 .11111 VIII I 1:11 1 1 Hü I Of every description and quality, futh as VriRCTLARS, llANDBILLS, LABELS, CATALOGUES, PAMPHLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, BLANK PK.KOS A MORTGAGES; And in short. Blanks of crery variety and iSescnn tion, on the shortest notice, & on reasonable terms iLYMOUTII BANNER, BY W. J. BURN, tirowni.ee & ?ur T Dry Goods and if Michigan street,. Jf uooKk" k.v ans ni;:. t J Goods and urocer.e-, c ,n ...

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 May 1856

. Iftarsjjall JUmocrat T. McDONALD Editor. PIA'MOUTII, IND. Thursday Mornim?, May Stil., 1S56. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor, AslIBEL 1. "WlLLAUI), of White. Fur Lieut. Governor, Abkam A. IIammoxd, of Vigo. For Secretary of State, Daniel McClure, of Mortui. For Auditor of State, Joiix W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, Aquilla Jones, of Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Jo. E. McDonald. f Montgomery. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, William C Laurahee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, "William B. Beach, of Boone. Reporter if Decisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Tanner, of Jackson. W.J. Mom is authorized to act as apront, re ceive ami receipt fr subscriptions to the Democrat, at Eldora, Iowa. WiLi.oir.iiBY M. McCormick, is authorized to receipt for sufiscriptions tj tlic Democrat, at Knox, Stark County, Indiana. CORPORATION ELECTION. "We take pleasure in laying before the public the result of the election o:i Mon day last. Etch party had nominated good su...

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 May 1856

From the WWcstcrshire (Eng.) Chronicle. J Conquest had got Avind in Liverpool, find Mormonism in England. 'numbers of people were anxiously waiting j her return upon the quays to learn the up- "NVe. have this week to tell a talc which shot of the chase. Mr." llodgett is once will serve to expose the infatuation which ; more safely housed at home with his wife, takes possession of the followers of Mor- bat we understand that she still positively monism and the villainy of its "apostles." declares that she will go to the JSalt Lake On Spring-hill, Tallow-hill, in this city, some time or other. She has Drought with lives Mr. Joseph Hodgetts, a coal dealer, ; her a great part of the money she took, but who, by dint of industry and perseverance, j not the whole. To show the suite of agita haa accumulated considerable property. tion in which the poor man was thrown, His wife, an active and managing woman, we may state that from the time when he supplied Iiis lack of scholarship, and con-j...

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 May 1856

eil k s , i.i.i. .'i i,'-- .j u.i;.ej i i si'.oo . 11. ties i.s liii.l. From the Delphi Weekly Times. CAUFOSNIA CORRESPONDENCE. Stockton, Cal., M:irch 17, 1C5G. Editor Weekly Times: A long; time ! haa. elapsed since I took the m-iviie v of ! Kivi.i ' vou a line, so Ion" ind-c 1, that un- j iL. I ...:. .... r.-..J niuv., t Lin til til 1. 1 V FV.. 'r f r,, J maVicatc" anviliiiw' wiicli will prove in-! teres.iito vTh.p rur To -m.-mnt to ? 0 j ..t . . convey a correct idea of the vast changes we liave undergone in this fast country; morally, socially and politically, since my last, it would indeed a complicated task; and I will merely sav that we have ehamr- n.-i-.n f.-om a qt;u.. of s.-ln, T.vl harho orwm to social picnics, b:il!s, valentines and May- ! day parties. And the -rodest of rdl, Ave ; have changed from the broad principles of demoerae.v. to a "overnment of oathbound. ed maierially in all things temporal. We afiernoon when the ice President rode up, j non ot wooa ceases. v Vn...

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. — 15 May 1856

. . .... . . . i . . i . -.1 ii . : . i ... i i. .. ..:i.i.:..- .. ... .. .1 .:. 1 : : hail la red l se,-k a kiss in im , ... t1 , . 4 ib..'...! h... II.. ,.., ?o k-,-.. bis l f. r iL e THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON. . ..-JT- ... PIMOÜTH7lND., MAY 15," 185g7 NO. 27. DiiJVIOCfiA 1TY 11 l f -i W U m I .MilllOliiiiJlJ VOL. 1, - ! i , 4 : f. if l l m f A i , 4 j justness XTivcdort). ttisiiiss Curds not exee-diii-i; throe "ner ted under tliis lioa.l, at $1 per .ltmuia. IVrson .ulvcrtisin-; in the "IVinocr.it" by the ve:-. will bo ciitUle! to a C.ml i i the Uusincss li rootory, without additional i-liarjro. Mavsimll (Lou nil) Hcmocvai AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE, We have on band an extensive as-orSim-nt of JOB T'srxn, A li.! an- ir-p;ir-d to --n. inn ivn 1MW 1) XTIXfi! JU ) AM) 1 Viil Of ovorv loser i-'tion nml ...K-litv, hh1 as fIRCl't.AUS, 1IAMM.I1.I.S, LAm.l.S, 1W.T!II.V.TS, r.i.wr. iT.Ki's t ioi,n:..K.s; CATAIJf.l...

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. — 15 May 1856

ffl trsliall 1 mi t Mcdonald, Editor. PLYMOUTH, INI). Tliiirsilav Morniiia Mnv lülli., b 3(j. DKMOCKATiO NOMINATIONS. For tower nor, Asni:t;i. I. Wlix.i:i, ol While. For I.'unt. (lotvrttor, A UK AM A. H.MMOl, of Vigo. or Secret' try of Stute, Daniki. McCliuk, of Morgan. or Auditor of State i John W. )oi, of Grant. For Trco'trcr nf Stute, A;l'iLL.V Joxks, of lJvirthulonvjW. I or Attorney Genervt, Jo. K. McUoxali. (f Montgomery. for Superintendent of Puhlir Instruction, "William C. Larkaiiee, of Putnam. for Cleric of Supreme Court, "William 15. Beach, of mih Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Taxxek, of Jackson. . J .. ... . W. J. Mom is authorized to act a agent, re ceive and receipt for subscriptions to the Democrat, at Kldora, Iowa. WiLLOcr.iiBr M. McCormick, U authorized to receipt forsuhscriptions to the Democrat, at Knox, Stark County, Indiana. The following item of I tail Road news Ave clip from the Fort Wayne Daily Times of the 9th inst. "We have no news in ref ere...

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. — 15 May 1856

! t-. - I I i The Mob at Erie. ! The passage of a f ivorable, bill to'tlio Like ; SWe Road lias inkntcJ some of the lrie;xHE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY! folks, ami tin? war burst outlast evening-,; limuirlit to a red bot fury by an altercation and tiirht between Walker nr.d CVjbran in the Constitution printing; office The bells a crowd of rail-iippersgaih-; orod in, the sin of the office torn down, j and a grand bonfire made in the street, of! evervthinic iu tlic buiMinir of n combusti bio nature, a largo quantity of printing pa per; all the law library cf Mr. Johnson, lt. R. Attorney, and editor of the paper, with all his papers and railroad accounts. ... . , - 111 incmoi) men 'roi uie cannon, una wing excited bv the thunder went to Work and gut tod tbo building, entire! demolishing if. The loss of Mr. Johnson must amount to sevetal thousand dollars. They af.erwards proceeded to the house of Mr. Tracy another prominent railroad man, a.id fired several bullets in at the win dows, and thre...

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. — 15 May 1856

('Oll NT V L" LUCK 1 IS. PETER DONE BROWN. Our readers may be aware that or.o of the) many tricks ot Peter Funk consists in putti ig up a genuine and really valuable gold watch, which af.er being knocked dawn, is dcxtrously exchanged for worth- loss article, upon some frivolous pretence. However sharp Peter mav be in a general- ityof cases, sometimes gets bit most vil lainously at his own game, as an instance of late occurrence will clearly demonstrate. Nevertheless, Peter is so modest that when he comes out of the little end of the horn, lie maintains a dist illed and perpetual si lence on the subject Hans Peterskin, a Pennsylvania Dutch man, one of those phlegmatic natives of America, who, born in ignorance of the English tongue, acquire it never unadult erated ,was recently on a visit to see 'York.' He had heard of Tamanv Hall, and put up at that noted hostelry, which is unhappily surrounded by a perfect array of mock auctioneers. Hans m his native fctate was considered somewhat ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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