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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 6 January 1859

Sfatefcill Conuf Dfinotvat Law of Newspapers. Aoi u wuhinr in continue their suhtcription t if subscriber order 11 diNndune f tlwir paw", tlis nvlishsr wuit eotia to aend tha til 11 urease are pa"t. flea, they re held rWpiMe till they brs settled the bill sad WÄSCJrTm"Ve toother witht informing th. ' KiS mSlÄSJT1' b iU 10 ' t0tmn 4,teCtlB' T , . . J JrUlSbUrST, M l It J. J. PLYMOUTH STATION, TRAILS A MUTE AS FOLLOWS TO-WT: rtOX WEST, FROM EAST, Vau. 12:5 pm m ail. 12:03 a m Kxrs 10:45 pa xxra 8:45 a in rr 10:00pm.... 9' .tr't 3:04 am L Q C A Ia ITEMS, Sunday School Celebration. fw . t i ii v . . int rresoyienan innren was iiuua to its utmost capacity with an attentive audi- tnce, on rnday eveninglast. The address by M. A. O. Packard, was n excellent one, and was well re , eived. - ; Trtt Poem bv Miss. E. Blair, was well - 4 adapted to the occasion, and read in line styl. The singing by the Sunday School schol ars in concert, was good, everything con sidered. . ' The pieces by J O Cl...

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. — 6 January 1859

ThalTobäccö" .Question. - Mn. EDiTDRIt 'appear that you published an editorial article some weeks 'ago, on' the " r.se of tobacco. I had not the pleasure of wading ib, but presume that it was written in a style emphatically sui generk In your.last number -however, I read an extra extraordina ry article headed, "An Apology" in which yon intimate what is very probable, that your former: pliillip pic was not acceptable to many of your reader, and. "thereupon! you proceed in the garb of an "apology" to reiterate your former declar ations. You say that the fumes of urnincr tobacco make you nervous, ind is disgusting to your sensibil ities. To me however, and! to many others who do not use the weed in imy. shape or form , the aroma of a fine cigar.is delicious and invig orating. There are many men who do not like the smell of mtisk. I don't mvself in an over-dose-yet when accident or necessity throws me into the company qf a dashing exquisite or flashing dam sel, scented to such an extent...

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. — 13 January 1859

MTY DEMOCRAT. VOL. 4, NO. 7 3 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 13, 1859. WHOLE NO. 163 ! i n i if r I? S 3 12 f 1 TarsfjaK CCouuiu gtmocrat rvausHco evekt thcmdat moixi.ng, bt . Dort'D,. f. MC DONALD nciioAiiD & brother. TEKMS: If Paid in Advance, $1,00 End of ix months, $1,50 Ed ol theyear, . 2,0O ADVEUTISING: Ost qumre (ten lines or less,) three wecVs,. 1 00 Each additional insertion, . . . . . 25 W Column three months. 5 00 24 tsolumn six months,. . uu $i Column one year, 12 00 Column tluve months, ; 8 00 Coluirn six month, 15 00 ' Column one year 25 00 1 Column three months,....-- 14 00 1 Column six months, .24 00 1 Column one year, 43 00 Yearlj advertisers hare the privilege of ouo haat free of ch trge. Legal AdreriiemenU inserted at the above rates. Hererfur, Attorneys, and others, having legal notices published, will be held rcsposible for the pay, unles otherwise arranged. - Displayed advertisements are charged for the pace occupied by them, measured by brevier lines...

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. — 13 January 1859

liI;u3lj;iiCouiiingnnomit OFFICIAL PAPER ÖF T HÜ COUNTY. D. & P. McDONALD,:::::::::: Editors. PtYMOUi'H, tiiuksdaV. JANUARY - ----13, 1859. ; Mattingly änd the 4Eaxs' - .Did Mattingly (wc say, old because there are two young Mattiglys who figure in the editorial columns of the Republican) seems to be dreadfully exercised about the edit orials that appear in our columns. We have told him before and we tell him aain chat io editorials are published in our pa 'per except those written by D. or P. Mc Donald. We f.ither no man's 'bantling nor do we need or permit any man's ser vices or suggestions, directly or indirectly in cur editorial articles. The article to which Mattingly refers was written by P. -McDonald, and seen bv no one but the m Compositors until published. There is no no of edilcrs simply tico, as appears at tho head of this column. Since Mr Pack ard had charge of the paper, we hare fur nished all the editorials that have appeared in the Democrat, and Mattingly knows th...

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. — 13 January 1859

-!' i ' Law of Nr3ppcrs. 1 V gaWriixrt tt do ft txyfPM lotiae to the contrary, iM wujrn m wuhing to catiaa tkn irsubsrriptioa. 2. If talMrriwn ara Uta atroaunn.vnr m mnr pi-r. in MUhers. width paper U still sent to the former direction, they JPf f tsburg, Ft If. ?. X?. Ä. PLYMOUTH STATION, TRalXS AUITfi AS FOLLOWS TO-WIT: ' MOM WIST. mail 12:05 pm.... tin 10:45 pm.... rT lO.-OOpm..., FKOV I A ST, ...vail 12:03a m . . .kxra 8:45 a m .'. . .fr't 3:04am C- I3- & C- 11 AKUTES Pass &Frt 11:45 am. DtFAT3 .. ?as3&Frt 2:15pm. KlTsVARDS, Agent, LOCAL ITEMS. 3TThe Kerr York Picayune very gen? erousljr oder us an exchange if we will publish half a column in length settiag forth Us peculiarities. We are not very nnxious, but if it will be any accommoda tion to the Picayune we will send the Democrat in exchange, 'even up,' and for the Cash in advance will pullish the ad vertisement, at our usual rates. If this offer suits the Picayune, all right; if not, nix cum rous. 3TA meeting of ...

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. — 13 January 1859

. Speak Grently. 4Pleas to help me a minute sister." "0 don't disturb me, V m read Ingr," ras the answer. 'Biit just hold this stick, wont yon, while I drive this pin through. 'I can't now, I want to finish this Story,' said I emphatically; and my little brother turned away with a disappointed look, in search of sonie-bodv else to assist him. H e was bright boy often year, my only brother. He had bsen visiting a young friend, and had seen a wind mill, and as soon as he came home his energies were all employed in making a small on3; for he was always trying to make tops, wheel-borrows, kite and all sorts of things, such as bjvs delight in. He had worked patiently all the morning with saw and jack-knife, and now it only needed putting together to complete it and his only sifter liad refused to him, and he ?had gone away with his young 'heart saddened. I thought of all this in fifteen minutes after he left me and my book gave me no pleas ure. It was not intentional un 1 kindness, only ...

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. — 20 January 1859

- . TTir-MPW i ii rm I. - t-- r SEMÖCK AT Y 6 ' VOL 4, NO. 8v PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 20, 1859. WHOLE NO. 104 . n mmm i mm n .. , 'f 1 in tinorrat rVBLISIIED EVERT THURSDAY .MORNING, BY r m to D r p:ALD AL I) & ISKOTE2i:K. . DOX.tLD Tie DO A' ir Pnicl in Advance, KncI of ix moiillm, duel oi llicycnr, st,o;; ADVEUTISIXG: I ;Onc soimrc (ten lines or lesO three treck,. 1 IK) Lach additional insertion, . " I on 1- r,n t s "! .1 1 . :a vuiuiiiii turvu inunuis.. ....... Column sit montha,. . f-4 Column one year, 2 Column three niontlis, -2 Coluirn six months, Column one year, 1 Column three months, 1 Column nix luoiiÜJ,. 1 Column one year,. . . .' 15 00 00; ...It ('-' ...-JH!) 'Yearly advertisers have the privilege tf oi:" 'kan;;e free of charge. L?al Advertisements inserted verted at the aWe ; yanlotucrs, having; rates. Hereafter, Att w. legal Doticwpabli-shed, w ill ue Ueld rwposib!-. tor Ihe pay, uiiles otherwise arranged. . - Disphivcd adrertisementi are charged for t...

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. — 20 January 1859

Mi rT'ircrfri fl I mntfit TlmrtfirMt Villi OFFICIAL PAPER OF TttE COUNTY. D. P. McDOKALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. JANUARY 20, 1859, Another Fusion. We notice in tho Washington corros ondence of some of the cistern journals, that the anti-Lecompton and Republican members of Congress har been exchang ing pToprvsiuons for the purpose of effect ing a union of all the Oppisiiion elements, and selecting a Presidential candidate for 'he next campaign. As yet. Te have not learned of the particulars, or the na ture oF the propositions, which are nfc being considered for the purpose of effect ing a Union, neither do we rrave to, in or der to shape our course, for tve ate morally nnd politically certain that no compact, however apparently favorable lo the cause rfi Democracy, which embraces, or takes n!o fellowship, black republicanism, or ny of the distinctive features of the par ty, can ever have our support. Rather than do an act so reprehensible to true Democracy, wo wo...

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. — 20 January 1859

IJlarshll Coimfii Sfinocvat Law of Newspapers. 1. gnWrilvn wbi do mot eaprr notice to ths contrary. "TnlJr.r-'l as wishing to cnntiiM their nV iriptio. i. if iwrihrr orler the itwroatiiinsncs of their paprts. the V.lither tna continue to el them until 11 arrears are psi.t. S if iHa-HN-r ttt-r-rt nr rff to take their f rom the th.y are held rrtii.M till thej have settled the bill and rtrid thr-rdie-ntinaed. . ... 4. if nhwrihr n fem W thef hi witho-it 1nr.rtnin(t the pikli.W. and th- papef U BU seat to the firmer direction, they rh14 reiponstAe. Pittsburg, Fl IP. 4' C. if. f. PLYMOUTH STATION, TKA1NJ ARWVt AS rOLLOWJ TO-wrr: r0 W!l EAST, mail l:n.-xp m. ...... ........ -VAU- .12:pl a m lira 10:I."pia . ...r.xra 8:45am lO.-OOpm rm'T 3:04 am c- r & ARRIVES rt k Frt 11:45 am... O- It- R. IRP.RT3 . . Pas3 A: Frt 2:15 p m. EDWARDS, AKent. I O C A I. I T E M S Trouble in the Lyceum. "We learn from one who was lhar that an intcr- T-stin time was had at the Iyccuni lastTuesilav evening;....

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. — 20 January 1859

A Bride in the Wrong Bed. Ye linve the Cineimia'i Enquirer a voucher, ifoi-tlie, following; A newly innrriC-U paiTjmt Yip at" the Spotter House they went out sYioppiug vet urned bride had a eft some thingsshe quietly slip ped oat, leaving licr spouse asleep found her lost articles returned mistook 3 rain for Ih'odway-irot into the Madison instead of the Spencers-it looked a little'strauge asked a boy if she was in the Spencer bov said vo, not fullv miderstandiiiir her she told him to lead her to 4S she partly dis robed and got into bed ;expected her husband " momentarily fell asleep the occupant of -48 Mad ison, and Indiana merchant, re turned from the Theatre a little tight quietly went to room to bed t slep. The account pro ceeds: How long the two reposed there side bv side, with only a foot of space between them all unconciousj ot each others present, is not ex actly known, but probably about an hour, when a tremendous noise was heard in the apartment, from i i , i 1 lie hotel wa...

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. — 27 January 1859

I PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 27, 1859. WHOLE NO 165 i I' 'I 4 Parsa(((!oiutti5fniocvat ri'ILISHED EVERT THCRSDAT MORNING, BT S. DOf-iLD iT. MCDONALD If Paid in Alvancc, $1,00 End of six months, $1,50 End of Iheyear, $2,00 ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 Eirh additional insertion 2; i Column three months 5 00 J? Column six months, 800 ? Column one year, ..1 '2 00 y Column three months, n 1$ Column six months,. . . . 1? 00 Column one year, 2; 00 1 Column three month?, , II 1 Column six month- j JjjJ 1 Column one year, uu Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one kant free of charge. Lgal Advertisements inserted at the above rate. Hereifter, Attorneys, and other?, having legal notices published, will be held rcsposible for lie pay, uith-s otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements axe charged for the pace occapied bv them, measured by brevier lines Medical advertisements at the above rstes to paid for in advance. Unless otherwise ordered, a...

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. — 27 January 1859

Äirsball (Lountir Ufinotnit JL i OFFICIAL PAPER OF 7J tun i x. i a r TT m D. & P. McDONALD,::::::::::.::: Editors. """tVpLYMÖUTH. THÜRSDÄtT JANUARY 37, 1859. Report of the Committee on Public Printing. We have received from J. 0. Parks, Ka., a copy of ihc report of the House Special Committee on Public Printing, and have carefully perused it, together with the evidence accompanying the report. From some remarks made by the Uepub lican papers c.f Indianapolis, and echoed by t'ne lesser lights throughout the State, the public were prepared to sec developed the most astounding frauds ever held up to the indignant gale of an outraged peo ple. But after the arduous labors of the Committee have been satisfactorily per formed, (to themselves, at least,) rrn opine that for all the good they hare done, they might a3 weh "have not been." The report shows that in a few instances there may have been slight derilections of duty, caused by a multiplicity of business in the hands of the office...

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. — 27 January 1859

Law of Newspapers. 1 8..VriVn wW iv sir-Tv notice t the eoatr.iry. Ali h"mr..BUn.it st lhemtilllrrWw P T.S-!' ' f. W take t!u-.r r-7 " 'V thrh,l.i.nMetill thej Iure settled the tall ud JwihSf. Tn. the paper is still sent W the fnwr S.rwtion. they nkrU irsuiU. JPUtsbtirZn Fl II Ä PLYMOUTH .STATION, TRAINS ARRIVE AS FOLLUs nr-wi. FROM EAST, FROM WIST, mail 12:03 pm. VAU, 12:SM a m ex pr 8:45 a m T 10:00 pin t o:uam p. & c- ii- iRRIVE.1 rrPARTä !!. & Fit 11:45 atn Pa? k Frt2:la p in. LOCAL ITEMS Republican Retrenchment. The Republicans, during the last cam paign, advocated retrenchment in the pub lic expenditures; and as their policj ap pealed directly to the pockets of the peo pie, it had great influence on the last elec tion, being the main cause of their suc- CCSS. Consfqucnilv, when the Secretary of War recommended the passage of a bill auihoiuingthe construction of ten vessels of war for the Navy, the Republicans 'n Conjress cried still lou.Iei fr retrench ment, and would ...

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. — 27 January 1859

Tho Farmer. There is no class of citizens on this earth who labor harder-than the Farmer, "but none who get so poorly paid. Let the farmers withhold their support from this government, and see how soon the wheels would stop. It is the hardy yeomanry who keep the machinery ill motion; and yet the ruffled shirt gentry will make re marks about them as they pass. Go to the country if you wish to find true hospitality. "We have often thought the farmers did not protect their own rights. "We have seen them bring their produce in to i store and say to a merchant, "What will you give me? and "What will you charge me for muslinf1 Is it fair for the mer chant to say, what he will give for your produce and what you shall pay him for his? Why not let the farmer set his price on his pro duce and the merchant on his goods?" Conscience is the eyelid which God has placed over the eye of the soul to guard its purity. Punch defines "the whole duty of man" to please himself! The Detroit Tribune says t...

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. — 3 February 1859

r VOL 4, NO. 10J PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1859. WHOLE NO. 16G eon DEMOCRAT I -1 : i :-? " ; J t Statsjall Coimtjj pnomit rt'BUSIICD KTCKT THCR3DAT M0RSI.N0, BT . DONALD, MC DOXALD HcDOAIiD & lUlOTHEK. TERMS: If Paid in Advance, $1,00 End of six months, SI ,50 End ortheyear, $2,00 ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 Ech additional insertion, 25 rlntnn Tirpf mnnth 5 00 a wiMsusm . " ' ..-..v. - ---------- i l: rMiimn ail mnnth.. . . . 8 00 J Column one jear, 12 00 J Column three months JJJ 1 Colutru six months o-nn 1 Column one year, jjj 1 Column three months, otno 1 Column six months, 7-Jin 1 Column one year, 40 w Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one kan free of charge. Lt&al Advertisements inserted at the above rate. Hereafter, A ttornejs, and others, having legal notices published, will be held rcsposiblc for the pay, unles otherwise arranged. Displayed adTert'iemcnU are charged for the space occupied bv thera, measured by...

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. — 3 February 1859

glarsljall Counfir Jltmocrat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. D. & pTclALD:::::::::::: Editors! Plymouth, Thursday! FEBRIAUY 3 1859. The Temperance Movement About once in every two or three year3 'the Mamporance folks get up a revival; sometimes accomplishing good in a few in dividual cases, but more frequently lending their aid to currupt political parties, who in consideration of their support, eigrco to do a littlo something for thera, if they should suoceed in electing their candidates. For the past few years, -each successive re viral has been more limited in its opera tions, finaccrtuptin its organization, thn its predecessor. This has been trtse to such an extent .heretofore, that the candid vnee now ceaso to look upon them with as ?nuch ?.tvor us formerly, when much good nas accomplished, and m?.ny hardened " sinners ' were brought to trw. T' hero s a general movement now being !irade by tire friends (and somo who are not) ch tereperance ia the Stale; but weth or it will be...

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. — 3 February 1859

llitrsiallCoiuitiiJifniotrat SPECIAL NOTICES. Ho! for Pike'3 Peak. Wc take thu method of informing the citizens of Marshall and adjoining Counties, wc arc daily re ceiving all kinds of Groceries, and are detemUicd to sell for Cash at reduced prices. Our goods are all of the best quality. Wc warrant every article that we sell to be just as represented or the purcha ser can return them. We will not be undersold by any house in the County. Ladies buying goods of us can hare them delivered anywhere in town. Cash paid for almost all kinds of produce. PATTERSON & CLEAVELAND. Look Out Folks! THE LATEST Something Interesting par tner wanted i O O ; who has a small amount of Menev! Anyltly ATTENTION! J who has tho money wilLdo, and then the partner TO THE PUBLIC! Law of Newspapers. 1. SaWTiton wV do not p express notice to tlis contrsxj. soasiJi-reJ as srishing f continue their subscription. will be di?pened with. Wo have IG0 acres of choice land t sell 90 acres under fence and 4!) to 50...

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. — 3 February 1859

What a Newspaper does for Nothing. This following article shoul 1 be rad and pondered well by every man that takei our paper without paying for it: The result of my information enables ma to state a fact, that the publishers of newspapers are more poorly rewarded than any men in the United States who inrest an equal amount of labor, capital and thought. They are expected to do more Burvice for less pay; to stand more spong ing and deadheading; to puff and defend moro persons without pay or hope of re wnrd than all other classes. They credit wider and larger, get oftener cheat ed, suffer more pecuniary losses: are often er lire victims of misplaced confidence than any othtr victim. It goes larder for n man to spend a dollar on a valuable news paper than ten on needless gegaws, yet everybody avails himself of the editor' pen and printer's ink. How many professional men and polit ical reputations and fortunes hare been made and sustained by the friendly, tho' unrequited pen of the edit...

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. — 10 February 1859

X X r VOL 4, NO. 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1859. WHOLE NO. 167 ÄRS......ALL itm DEMOCRAT ' 3 i ' i ' . '. i ' 1 0 i I "ffiarsball (Conutij B cm o trat WBLISHEI rvtRT THCR3DAY MORNING, BY . MC PONALD, T. MC DONALD lleDOXALD fc BROTHER. TERMS: If Paul in Advance, $100 End of six months, $1 ,50 End of thevcar, 2,00 ADVELITISIXG: One square (ten lines or less,) three week?,. 1 00 Eu-!ia;l-htional insertion p t.( Column three months 1 ? r 1 tnnnflu .......... ; .IIU1I111 31 III Hfcuj,. Column three months, Coluirn six months, i Column one year, 1 Column three months, 1 Column six months, 1 fVwliirnn niif TCar . I C V 15 00 25 00 ' 14 00 21 00 ' .". 45 00 2 DO Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one hano free of charge. L-al Advertisement inserted at the above rates. Hereafter. Attorney?, and other-, having legal notice published, will be held rcsposible for the pav, miles otherwise arranged. Diplaved advertisements are charged for the space occupied bv them, meas...

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 February 1859

.a SJtarsball Countn $cmocntf OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. D. & P. McDONALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. plymouthTthursday, FEBRUARY -'--10,1859. The Cuban Question. the suppression of the infamous Coolie procare that and thereat will legitimately traffic a traffic so much more nefarious follow, and that ere Ion?. as the Chinese is elevated abore the Afri can in the scale of creation; more civilized, more intellectual, and therefore feeling more .-.cutely the shackles of the slave ship and the harsh discipline of the over seer. The lensth of the Island is about feven We have received from the Hon. John j hundred and seventy miles, w'th an aver- lidell. U. S. 0., a ropy of the report of the Committee on Foreign Relations, to vrhom was referred the bill "malting ap- flge breadth of about forty miles, compris ing an area of 31, 4GG squaro miles. The soil is fertile, climate genial, and its ports propriitions to facilitate the acquisition of j the finest in the world. tbe island of Cub...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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