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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 21 October 1858

V '3iAsoxicrv.;: :;r ? . .. .. . . . i V. - . V - i. There "will be ; .a.regular. .Ooraunication of Plymouth ' Lod.e. No U9.'kt LoJ'-ei Hall, on Friday "evening next, at 7 o'clock. Members will -please' täte notice; and goTern them seh es accordingly. , ' II, O THAYER, Sec'y., Oct. 20, 1853. - The Result iiilmliaiia Demo cratic State ticket Election. The following is the general result of the recent election in th?3 Sta;o so far as the returns, official and reported, indicate up to yesterday: . : . . - ... ; .iTiiB State Ticket..'" Devi tnajoritics. 'Repub majorities. FirstDistrict 4145 Fifth District 354U Second District 2260 '-Sixth District '324 Thiid DistaictSGO. Ei-hth District 705 Fourth District 1640 . ftinth Disuidt 1510 SeTintli District 483 Tenth Di islnct 483 Tenth District 52! .TX . rrrr. Eleventh Dist,ict737 J 7337 - 7337? J. Dem ".majority 1457 . ' ' This 'calculation is made upon the votes cast for the candidates for security of State, McCl.CRS.aud Peelle, und from th...

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. — 21 October 1858

IPtSfraH (gounfg democrat We adopt the following from the Cosmopolitan Art Journal as being worthy of consideration just at this time. Are you wearied with business or politics? Does your head or youj heart ache? "Would you be alone? Come! let u3 forget the world, with all its oppressive cares let us mount into the rosy car of some airy dream, and away! up ver the troubled earth let us sail ligctly as if some silken balloon of lightest tecture and most delicious motion was bearing us to the 44Isle3 of the blest," the sunset and evening stars. What shall our dream be? where shall we go? Do you want solitude, the most deep unfathomable, in which you can forget that ever humanity existed in its happiness and pain? Well, let U3 float on then, over the ages back back beyond the his tory of the world as written, be yond the garden of Eden, for a way into the carboniferous period, that day of the Lord, in which he created the gras3 of the field and the trees of the forest. Our car of dream...

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 October 1858

1 . Ii. -.L .' I ? ; ... t i 1 . 1 7 . Hl JL :i? Iii VOL. 3, NO. 49. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. OCTOBER 28, 1858. WHOLE NO. 153 TV rf A -rTI .illTT -A- -TT TT . , a m . IVJii WiiL U; kJiLlLl AiilJ Jid iLCbl M iL o VI 4 . t ... ?- - . ! ; ) it . i V 7 ... -!.: ; - n -1 . I ! ' $ SM .1! 1 ! I I" II I 4 ' ft II t 7 A' i I" TAB fllBSfllL- DEMOCRAT, rrzusBXD xtxkt thüksdat uonmxa, bt TJcDOTAI-B & BROTHER. TER M S: IfPaid in Advance, $1,00 End of Hixmonth-i, $t,50 End of the year, $2,00 . ADVERTISING: On square (ten lines or less,) three wecVs,.' 1 00 Each aidditional insertion 25 W Column thrc months.. 5 00 Column six montha,.. 8 00 Column cne year, 12 00 Column three months, 8 00 l Colucnn six months, 15 00 Column one year, ..23 00 1 Column t!iree months,....-- 14 00 1 Co'u::u x months, -2 00 J rvv-! ' vcar .45 00 " , - - - - Yvjiriy :t U crtx r hare the privilege of one "r ruf r!ir'e. iAM 0? THE STATE DF 1141. BRAXCli AT PLYMOUTH, 1SD. E. 3. ORGAN, Pres. II. E RLY, Cathicr. im AS...

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. — 28 October 1858

D. & P. lIcDONALD,:::::::::::::::JIditori. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. OCTOBER ----- 38, 1 858 "Never Give up the Ship." The temporary defeat which DEMOC RACY has just sustained in this District, Las had this good effect: our party has been sifted, and the spurious Democrats, who, with Democracy upon their lips and black republicanism m tneir neans, hare been secretly worker; against us, art now fairly known. Wo wish our - a -k 1 a opponents much joy over the acquisition of these new allies, and advise them to tie the renegades neck and heels, or they will slip over into some other party. , The true Democrat like the true Pat riot abates not "one jot or tittle" intho faith of his Principles because of Defea xt .i t. t n He sees in the triumph of his Cause the perpetuity of our Free Institutions and tho general good of the People. Defeat only urges him to renewed strength, and guards him against the plans of hi3 opponents. The wild excitement of 1840 brought a triumph to our opponents bu...

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. — 28 October 1858

Refrain fmmrr Wo the difference of a letter bot ween words and swords. - ; - - - There are probably few of us who do not.know more dead friend than liring ones. . ; ; ' . When women begin to count their ad ruirers, it U not apt to take them long to do it. True friendshiD is like sound health, the value of it is seldom known until it is lo8t. I-t 13 'to the want of thought' that the majority of our offences are due. The alphabet is an armory, where mus kets snd swords are plentifully stored. There ar joy and peace, there aro life and death, in a single sentence. True worth, like the rose, will blush at Character, like porcelain ware, must be ; Marshall and adjoining counties, that we are daily painted before it is irlazed. There can be noi.0M.;vmir from New Yojk. a huge stock of chang afver it 13 burned in. The folly of one man i3 the fortune of another, "and no man prospers bo sudden ly as hv ii.'j errors of others. . . . .-Tit n yiurislf to hare employment for fv-rv h-itir you can ...

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. — 28 October 1858

An Iowa paper estimates the quantity of Chinese sugar cane La TTpat.firn Dart of W,a t-ot 4 sufficient tO! vuai tuiuiü tut? j vi J inane a million gallons ot 3yrup. ; Counterfeit Fives on the Free man's Bank of Augusta, Maine, are in circulation. The venerable Bishop Sonic, of the M. E. Church, South, U in very feeble health, his condition being considered quite precarious. The Rev. Mr. Sawyer, proba bly the oldest minister in the United States, died recently at Hebron.' Conn., aged one hundred! and three years. Antoine L2 Claire, a half-breed Indian, is said to be the richest man in Iowa. Gov. Grimes ranks ifext in wealth. At the last accounts, gold hunt ers were going in crowds to the Pike's Peak mines. At the newly discovered lead mines near Seale's Muud, Iowa. in 12 hoUIS. 1.331 dollars WOrth Of lead was raised, and the supply appears to be inexhaustible. jx new s; jhip has been built at Il ivre, in France, which is intend X ed to ba moved by vapor and hot air. Mr. Seymour A. Gi...

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 November 1858

1 lt VOL. 3, NO. 50. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDA Y, NOVEMBER 4, 1858. WHOLE NO: 154 I5 ; 1 I !' i Ki ll t : u Im fr ! r -1 . THE JIARSML DEMOCRAT, rCBUSHT-D EVERT THCKSDAT MORNING, T SIcDONAIiB & BROTHER. TEKM S : If Paid in Advance, 81,00 End or six months, $1,50 Endof the year, 2,00 ADVERTISING: bat square (ten lines or less,) three weeks 1 oo ZD i Column three months.. " - y - ... a im l Column six moiths,. . 8 00 i et nn :L?fV1innn nn roar.. v" V Column thrft months,. . Coluirn six months, i Column one year, Co'nran three months,. . 1 Crurr.i ixmouthi,'. .... 1 CnUi on vcir 8 00 15 00 23 00 14 00 ..... .4 00 " 43 00 Ye.iitv nlvi'fthcrs h:ve the rn ivilene of ono - . . mi ef 111 STATE t JfilM it Plymouth, im. E. S. ORGAN, Pre. H. - ARLY, Cashier. EASTERN EXCHANGE, Draft r Cincin nati and Chicago, Gold and Silver, Lncur int Money and Iand Warrants BOUGHT AND SOLD. ZT Deposits Received nni Money Loaned. ZT Attention given to Call action, and General Banking: Bnsjiiess Transacted...

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 November 1858

A i V j ,1 i tyt Tcirsball gcmotrat. ! ÄrFrom the Huntington Democrat we learn that the Republicans of that county ... . - nave msu.uted proceedings for the purpose ;oi contesting the election in that Later from California. New York, Oct. 28. The Steamer St. Louis arrived to-d ay Horrible ITXurdcrs. ; New York, Oct! 28. A horrible massacre occurred lastniht From the Logansport Pharos. - Presbyterian Synod. I he öynod of .Northern Indiana of the How to take lAfc. Jake ilasa man. Take it was as uis an earnest ' Bit-hop Russell, of the United Brethren ake it 'just A3 tho-; Church, forbids any one with hops cn, nest vital essential from partaking f the sacrament in that that county, with 81,478,000 in treasure, and dates to n Vest Thirtieth street. Two persons Old school Presbyterian Church, held an (affair. Tako it just a3 though you person- Church. The objection was made recent- on the ground of 'illecal voting. If the l" lnst "" -were murdered and five wounded, it is interesting meet...

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 November 1858

The :TlniI. Mail arrive? from the Eis., daily ...... .9 30 a m Depart. ....... ..-.......... .'. ' Mail arrives from the Wert. ......."... .11 00 a m Departs . . ..t SO am Mv.l arrives from the North, tri-weekly. Tuesdays, l numlaj s ana öaturü 13 s,. i " DetKirts same days. 2 CO p m Mailarrivcs from the South, tri-wcekty, 1 . Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays,. 12 00 m Departs same days .. 1 00 p m Mail arrives from Knox. semi-weekly, Mondays and Thursday?,. j JJjJ P m Departs Tuesdays and Friday? .... 8 00 a ra ' -m TM 1 w J J Mil arrives from uosi.cn i uursuajs auu uej art, Frida vs. Mall from Arcus arrives and departs Tuesdays nd Saturdays r ! Mail from Monon r.rrives and departs Fridays. , Maxinkuckec Maii arrives and departs Fridays, Letters to be mailed the same day, should be" handed in one hour before the departure of mails. Office open from 7 o'clock a m to 8 p m. EHIereafter the office will be open on Sundays, from 1 30 to ü p m. JOHN K. BROOKE, P. M. A GREAT HOUSE AND HE...

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 November 1858

The Culture of the Voice. Tliere is no study more enii Jientlypractical than that of Mu sic. There is no form of life for which it cannot be made useful, no vocation to which it may not be made subservient. It sweetens the atmosphere of the boudoir, it illu minates the darkest shop of the artisan, makes happy the song of the weary laborer and the anxious merchant; it relieves the couch of sorrou, and imparts to festivity its highest pleasuie. There is another reason why music should be made an element in school in struction. It is the first step in the direction of physical culture. It is not only the first but most important step in that direction. The culture ofthat mrjestic organ, the hiinvin voice, of which it has been well .aid, that it .-eems alone, to Jmve the power of Untwisting all the cVni.ns that ti The liiJden scut of liHrmonv." There is nrthiiir ni-re potent in ruling inen. Neuner in science 01 the craftsman, or the skill of the artist s hand can so move the feel ing an...

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 November 1858

VOL: 3, NO. 51J PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER. 11 , : 1858. WHOLE NO. 155 7 J ft ' r i I '7 ' i t . ; Sil H i ß 1 i f r H;irs(ü 05oiinlii gr mo erat " " rUBLtSHED EVERT THCRSDAT MOHMXC, BT ' . ,--- .- ' . " ; ' l. XCPO.X.U.P,.. MC llOXAtO ZIcV.OXAL,! fc BilOTiiEU. TERMS : If P.iidjin Advance, 81,00 End or six months, , 1,,10 Eadof thevcar, $2,00 .' , ADYE HTISING: Ob square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 JJacbadJitionalinscrtion,'..... ' 25 Column 'tliree months, 5 00 1? Column six months,. . . ' 8 00 ß Column one year,...........: .... .....12 00 Column three months....... P 00 x i Cliiirn six month?,. '.'. 15 00 Cftlumn o.ie year,.... ....... x .25 00 1 Column three months...... - ,....'.....14 0,1; 1 LnTnm-j six month 1 Column one rear. Lä V"V"V.wl " TerIy;.!-.-eftiscr3 have the privilege of one )Miic free of charge. ' VjJU. - 1 . - ' WMM STATE If: IMÄ1, . BRAXCtl AT PLYMOUTH, 1X1). :a jm-.' .. -- ' : . S. S. ORGAN, IYe. II. A KEY, Carder. EASTERN EXCIIANCE, Diu ...

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 November 1858

i i i- 'ft i it I if i! i ? f 7 ; 1 t i i i' ) i 5 7 i i! u i ? i : ? t U Ü : J a D. & P. McDONALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, NOVE.TIjBER. 11, 1858 Illinois Election. DOUGLAS 'TRIUMPHANT!! REPUBLICANISM IN COURSE OF ULTIMATE EXTINCTION!" "JPoiccr" made Powerless: ILLINOIS DEMOCRATIC! It is with no ordinary feelings of pleas- tire that we chronicle th fact set forth nbore, not merely because of party suc cess, bat bjaue of the triumph of a principle dear to orery true American. At the commencement, and daring the entire progress of the campaign in Illinois, Douglas met with the most formidable and determined opposition that "was erer ar rayed against one man. The Republicans, with a majority of 26,000, opened the cam paign by putting forth their strongest man in opposition to Douglas; added to this, were the Kncw-Nothing and Abolition forces, aided and abetted by iht influence of the Administration, which pirsued Douglas and his friends with a ma'tignity nerer b...

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 November 1858

"I- t i i . i -' ! 4 ; u ; ! t "si n U i : u it i li 1 i - ... 1 . ; The llatls. ; Mail arrives from the East, Jaily 8 15pm T . Mail arrives from the West ......... 8 15 p m 9 am --Uepartj. .....- Ci Mail arrives from the North, tn-weekly, ' - Tuesdays, Thursdaj s and Saturu-y, . U w nrvnrt.a :ima da vs. . . m p in Mail arrives from the South, tri-weekiy, - Tuesdays, Thursdays and;Sturda) s, . -TVnarta same davs ...." 00 m 00 pm Mail arrives from Knox- senil-"-"'.' Mondays and Thursdays, C 00 pm 8 00 am Departs Tuesdays anir r.-. and de K Msil'arrives Frida v. and departs Tuesdays Mail from Argus arrives ' MÄMonon arrives and departs Fridays. ' i-iikee Mail arrives and departs Fridays. Letters to be mailed the same day, wuia w Wndad in one hour betöre me p-' - - Office open from 7 o'clock a m to p ,m CTHereifter the office will be open on Sunday: from 1 to 1 30 p m. r jj-QOKE, P. M. XSThe Corporation Trustees hare passed an Ordinance authorizing the or ginization of a Fire Departmen...

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 November 1858

Uarshall " Democrat. . Proclamation by inc cov- crncr. - . ' WnKRXAs, Section 9th of ArticU 4th ol iho CoustiiulioD of the Sute of Indian proride that when, in the opinion of th Governor of aid Slate, the public welfare shall require it, ha mar at any .time bj pro clamation, call a special session of tha Gen eral Assembly: No-t, therefore, I, AaBL P. Willard, Jorernor of the State of Indiada, believing that the public welfare requires a special ession of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, hereby convene said spe cial session ot the General Assembly of the State of Indiana, at Indianpolis, the Capitol of sa!d State, on Saturday, tha 20th day of November, eighteen hundred and fifty eight, and I hereby require all the members of the Generil Assembly of the State of Indiana to be and appear at Indianapolis on taid 20th day of November, eighteen hun dred and fifty eight. ,,In witness whereof I have hereunU set my hand, and caused to be nfüxed the seil. seal of the State, at th...

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 November 1858

A t :t ! T TOt ;3i VNO; 52.1 PLYMOUTH; INDIANA, THÜHSDA Y, NOVEMBER 18, 1858. WHOLE NO. 156 t ? ' ! f -i ! j i i i i i H 1 y f i f: 1 i I i ) .... fUlUSHID ItVIST THCKSDAT MOVING, BT ncDÖIXD &; BROTHER. -if .r,- Ii -q:ERMS-: ir Paid ihLldvancc, SI, 00 End of six months, $1,50 Endof tUcycar, . $2,00 - . JAPVEJCTISIXO: . 0Huareenünes orles3,)tHrce weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insert "top,... 25 ' Column three months.. . 1 i uu Column ixmsntii, .;,-. i ........ 8 00 Column one year,. . .12 00 1 Column three months, -8 00 .15 00 .200 jk Cpluirn sixrnpnths V'Uimt vui, jv ....... 1 C!umn.threo,mbntUs,.-...'...-...Vv--'T j" 1 Co!a:uii ;x months,.'.. '""a- iui 1 Column oh Vestry.'.' :. w. 0,1 Yf!y advertisers have the .privilege of one knj freo of charge. - s:r ORGAN Pres.-h II. F.AR'lV, Cashier. EASTERN EXCHANGE, Drafts cz C:ncin aLi and Chicago, Gold ami Silver, Lncur remt Money and Iat. 1 Warrants b'ou g ht an D S O LD . IT Deposits Received, and Money Lomed. CTExcbange oh England bo...

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 November 1858

yy 1 11 y i r .1! tUitrSlJIlll (bO ItlUlI ilClllOCiat - -O V ' 1 OFFICIAL. PAPER OF MARSHALL AND : STARK COUNTIES. D. & P. McDOJf ALD,::::::::x::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. IVOVEJIBEU - - - IS, 1858 - Close ol the Volume. This number closes the third volume of the. Democrat. "We embrace the opportu nity thus afforded to tender our most grate ful acknowledgments to those kind friends nd co-laborers who hare patronized and jxn'J us. Aa our necessities hare been, and are, great, such solid wishes for our present and future prosperity, will not soon be forgotten. But unto the 'delinquent what shall we say? ' Alas! we know not, unkss it be a few words of warning, or soma kind adyice, that might bo well for them - to give heed unto. Some of them li are taken our paper for lo! these three years, and hare paid nothing; we hare fre quently called upon them to call on us, but up to the present writing have "failed to come to time." Vre could 6tand this Tery well for two or three year...

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 November 1858

Tjfc- MVljall 'democrat. Official Paper ' of llarshttll .'",1 and Stark Counties, ; . : The Mails. Mail arrives from the East, daily.." 8 13 pm .Ueparts - : " Mail arrive from she West ,815pm .DtDirta 9 . m AXiIl arri res from the North, tri-week!y. Tuesdays, Tharsuaj a and Saturu iys, . U w m Departs aame davs. . . 2 00 p m Mail arrives from the South, tri-weckry, Tuesday?, Thursdays and. Saturdays,. 1J in.? m Departs same davs ..... 1 P j p m Mail arrives from Knox, semi-weekly, . Mondän and Thursdays,. . . . . t uu p m Demits Tuesdavs and Fridays 8 00 am Mil amves'ironx Goshen Th 1 sdays and depart Frida va. Mail from Argus arrives and departs Tuesday and Saturdays - Mail from Monon arrives and depart Fridays. Maxmkuckee Mail arrives ana departs r ndays. Letters to be mailed the same day. should be handed in one hour before the departure of mails. 'CJulce open from 7 o'clock a m to 7. p m. tnierealV ? the office will be open on Sundays, r root iioiupm. v JOHNK. BROOKK. P. M. HASO...

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 November 1858

r Harahsll .Democrat. Proclamation by the Got ; . er nor. Virritrs, Section 9th of Article 4th of the Coustitution of the State of Indiana provides that when, in the opinion of the Governor of said S'.ate, the public welfare hall require it.: he majr at any tim? by pro clamation, call a special session of the Gen Now. tWe fore, I, A$ uutL P. Willjlrd, Goreriüör' bf ne 'Slate 6rindiaoa', believing that the public welfare requires a spcetal säiöV of the. General , - .Asseribly . of the State p(indiaa, hereby; convene stid spe- UM session oi me uenerai Assembly t tho Slate of Indiana, at' Indianpolis, the Capitol of sa:.d Stale.'on Satuiday, the 20th dar of November, eighteen hundred and fi Ft j -eight, and I hereby require a!I the members of the General Assembly of the State of Indiana to be and appear at Indianapolis on taid 20th dajrof November, eighteen hun- In 'witne.'1 . whereof I hnve hereunto set x my hand, and caused to be affixed the xal. seal of the State, at the city : V of...

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. — 2 December 1858

' '.v v l. Ii mnct r n-ie.-i r.,-... f.,or . " "II - -j a MARSHAL ft fci- i I V - : . a- .- t i VOL. 4, NO. 1. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1858. WHOLE NO. 1;7. 1 A " 7 .. I 1 - :! J t . 1 i i i- tarsl) a 1 1 ( o until I) cm o c rat m"Zi . VxiZr" Z mlU" uuXs ------- - "T'i" their work than other professional men, w m ir.nnirTT ............... t?AZ . . PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, DECEMBER'- - - 1 858. 1 nriril Brr -Marshall --..-....w .-. - (Joitlllli Law of Newspapers. . SubäcriboM who do at give expiv. notice to the contrary. . ..,l,.r.a m-Uhiinr t.ir..ntinne thir4ulwTi.it ua. Ar puUHhtrmavntiuRet them antii aiumar.i-M-i an? i -ai-i. See. iheyrehell rttj-.uil 1 till they have .-uU-J tlir l-ill ail rlerel tie a)'ruisc-utinui'U. 4. if gutorriher n-mnvf to otlier .'.:ue ith.mt infirtnips t:ie puMihvis. anl th iht u itill sent to the fonut-r dircctivn. they re held responiUilt. Publication oi the Laws. The Republican, in a reply to an itm 4of urs rela'.ire to the publication of the...

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. — 2 December 1858

5 SS-!"' . n 01 .111 4 r,i -j 4 61 9 H7 I 6 15 5 31 ll :0 1 60 3 40 19 1 47 ' 11 1 82 3 62 l S4 1 1 60: 3 40 80 79 40 70 80 40 6 53 . II t i m M 50 h 27 1 70! 3 46 0f JA r 7 V l VI VI ! JL -N. 1 i I 111 VI V IList of ILands and Town ILots returned Delinquent for the non-payment of Taxes for the year 159", in Marshall County, Indiana m U ire. Ls U U3 ig . 2 "IS SvjSc.5 --l"i t - t Ulc v vnirc nr nu-vrno DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. U .H 15 vuuv ruft- n t ' M -1 S" NAMES Of OWNERS. NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION OF LANDS. NAMES OF OWNER?. DrscmrTiON or Lands. 3 ce 1 a1 a, 5 1 9 -3 r t s ill i h3 1! a o IM u i ! A. I c c t u t. o o x a CS 0 . e '"3 "! S o r- - 1 TVdey ITcftdciith Burn Michael Brooks Cutuncey snnv Bruce Abrnra am Prownlf VtnriTf . . . . . ReTllhymer GcrW.... Brownlco WnT. . , Rerün Jhn E Brock CiM..... ....... Brook Jimo .. . Blakclr J D Berlin Matthew Cbrbafe Richard. CatTaU FT V Clem Dinicl Cromwell Joe! Crevinton Wm Dickey Samuel........ Dr?kcon RitI L Eltroth John TM ward Fr...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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