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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 10 February 1859

Marshall Couulii Democrat CBI.ISHED EVERT THCRSD.VT MORNING, TY D. MC DONALD T. MC DONALD MCDONALD & BROTHER. TE R M S : irPnid in Advance, S1,00 Knd of six months, SI, 50 End of thcycar, $2,00 PUisburZn Fi If. 4' C. If. Ji. PLYMOUTH STATION, TRAIN ARRIVE A3 FOLLOW TO-IV IT: FROM WEST. FRO M EAST, mail V2.05 p ra mail 1-2:03 a m Exrn 1U:4. p n ...r.xrn. 8:40 am raT lO:OUpm raT 3:1)1 am C- P- C- 11- II. mftRIYEA nrTAKTi Pas 1 Fit 11:43 am Fas3 Ä: Fit '2:13 p ni. S EDWARDS, Agent. LOC A l7 l"T"E" M S Farmirg Xiancl. Aters Baldwin, mine host of the Bald win House, h:i3, during the past week, made sale of his farm, lying some two miles from town. The abundance of good farming lands it this County is beginning to attract the attention of those seeking locations in the west. A number of purchases have been made quite recently, and notriihstanding the hard times, and scarcity of ready mon ey, many pieces of land have changed hands at fair prices. As socn as times be came more brisk, an...

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 February 1859

v 1. 1 STATEMENT of thejtoi..Jmofthe Phoenix Insurance Company, of Hartford, Conn., on the 3U of December. 1358, made to the AuJitorof Indiana, pursuit to the Statute of tuat State, ap proved March 2J, IS55. 1st. The mine of the Company u the 'Thtemx Insurance Company," and is located at Hartford, Ct. 2J. The acionnt of its capita! stock, is ,$200,O00 00 3J. The amount of is capital stock paid up is , 200,003 00 4th The assets of the Company are 9$ follows: 1. Cash on hand in Bank $53,451 II 2 Cash in the hands of, and due from Agents, 35,174 76 : S,G25 3 Real estate owned by the Company, unencumbered, cost, U,466 71 4 Amount loaned on Mortgages of "real estate, 39,200 00 5 Amount loaned on pledg? of Bank stocks 14,650 00 6 Bills Receivable for loans, ainply secured 13,830 00 67,710 0 7. 50 share U. S. Trust Company' Stock, New York, par 5,000 Mar val. $5,700 00 2J " American Ex. Bank " " " 20,000 21,200 00 200 - Metropolitan Bank 20,000 22 400 00 200 . Baak of Commerce. . 20,000 21...

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 February 1859

1 I VLJL VOL 4, NO. 12.3 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY IT, 1859. WHOLE M.Ä.RS..... A .j.L MMOCMl i M iL IL ' 1 : I s i I 1 I k X t i f i i V i t i 1) I- i . i Hars&all Couufg Democrat ffVBUSHZD KTEKT THURSDAY MOBM.NG, BT . MC POALD,.. r. MC DOXALD JIc DO.VLH & .BROTHER. TERMS : irFaid in Advance, 1,00 End of six months, St, 50 End' of Ihcycar, 2,00 ADVERTISING: Oat square (ten lines or leas,) three week?,. 1 00 Each additional insertion, ? Column three months 5 00 1 Column six months, BOO Column one year 12 00 y$ Column three months 8 00 Col u era six months,. 1500 Column one year 25 00 1 Column three months, 14 00 1 Colamn mix months, .24 00 1 Coluaa one year, 45 00 Yearly adrertiser hare the privilege of one aange free ef charge. Legal Advertisements inserted at the aboYe tatet. Hereafter, Attorneys, and others, having l gal notices published, will be held resposible for the pay, unles otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements are charged for the pace occupied b...

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 February 1859

gtersjfäll Ckounfnf craocrat OFFICIAL PAFZR OF TItE COUNTY. ft. & P. HcDOUALD,::::"::"::: Editors. " PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 1?D UTA RY , - - -17 , 1 859. 3 3 Old "Ratty, EAito'r of the Äepullican, last vrfcelt, made known, in over a column of "leaded Brevier," his objections to -the Democrat, and to the senior editor. It would be jnst as easy for us to call t)ld Ratty a 'drunkard, and a 'regular old sober,' as it is for him to call us such, but vre do not feel disposed to do so. -When an editor stoops so low as to fol low a'cotemporary into the private circles of life, and tell all be knows about his char acter, and all he hears, and all his imagin ation can conceive, we think he has en gaged in a business that does not belong to hin. ' We never have, wc believe, fol lowed old Ratty out side of his office, al though we might have done so, and been justified in it by the course he has taken towards us. Ratty's last hope is to ruin our charac ter; if he can succeed in doing that, he ...

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 February 1859

VYj-'Ti-"! "Ti UlatSball (onutii Beitiötriit s . ,' rtkUsHEo xvsay thcrsdat molmso, bt . M roSALD,.. . .t. MC DONALD KIcDOiVAIII & BROTHER. TERMS: IfPnid in AdTancc, 1,00 End of six months Cad' of thcycar, $3,00 Pittsburg, Ft 11. It. PLYMOUTH STATION, TEA I XI AHMTE AS TfOLLOWS TO-WIT: rioiiwT, T?" mail 12-05pra : .hail 12:03 a m xrm 10:45pm. 8:4a am nT 10:00pm ..r'T 3:04 a m & C- 11 TIME TAI LE It- t d tkxx. rrrtcr janxart 5, at 9 15 o'clock a m G-olnr West Goiner 7!a3t L't Plymouth 15 do Clark's 2 35 do Tyner 250 r mUvc Laporte 915am do do Plank Road 9 50 do M do Still well. 9 50 do do do Van's 10 00 do do Knotty JW do Wsikerton 3 2.' do Kankakee 3 43 do Van'a 4 00 do Stillwell . 4 10 do Plank Road 425 Ar. Larorte 445 Past&Frt 11:45 am. do do Kankakee 1015 do do do Walkerton 1035 do do do Knott's 10 55 do do do Tyner 1 1 05 do do do Clark's 1115 do doAr. Plymouth 11 35 do Pas3 &Frt2:15 p m. S EDWARDS, Agent. LOCAL ITEMS. 'D. T. Piiillps Esq. has charge of tho Local...

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 February 1859

: ; I A Pet Toad. The toad 13 not only one of onr appointed servants, he is also wil liug tp become nn intimate and confiding friend. Numerous instan ces have been recorded of toads that have been rendered tame, and attached to those who have treat ed them kindly. Mr. Bell men tions that he possessed one which would sit on one of his hands and eat the food offered to it on the other; and Dr. Dankester speaks of having repeatedly seen them made the domestic pets of the children of a naturalist. But one of the most interesting case of this kind, is that of the toad mentioned by Pennant, in his British Zool ogy, and though the story of this worthy has often been told, it must not be omitted from our discourses. The animal first made its appear ance on the steps before the hall door of a gentleman's residence iu Devonshire. The owner of the mansion and the family, seeing the creature frequently, ave it food, and by gentle treatment, gradually made it so tame, that when they came out 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. — 24 February 1859

- . ! . ' r - -r J r r i - ' ' ' ' , . , , i M M . i , . - - - VOL 4, NO. 13. tors&aH :Louuf jt D cm o trat rt'St-ISHK EVERT THfRSDAT MOKXIXG, BT ' ' Iff eDOXAL .'& RROTIIER. . ! . 'TERM'S : If Paid iii Advance, SI, OO End of ix inontli , $1,.10 End orthcycar, ; 2,00 ' ÄirEltTISING: , One square (ten lines or les?,) three week?,. 100 K.ictt additional insertion, . . x Column three months. v. . , 5 00 J4 Column six month,. . '. . 8 Of) ' Ya Column one year,......... . .. . 12 00 ' ; , H Column three months, . . . . . 8 0 J Colnipn aixirontb?,. . .' '. ........ .15 00 Columrr one year,..;.......; ...23 00 1 Column three months, 14 00 Column six months, .24 00 l Col u 31 one year,... i ..45 00 Yearly adrertisers have the privilege of one hange free fcuarge. Legal Advertisements inserted at the above rates. Hereafter, Attorneys, ami other?, having legal notices published, will be held rcpposiblc for the pa j, miles otherww arranged. Dwsplaveti adrertliemcnls uri 'charged ftr 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. — 24 February 1859

1 .-. t 'J , . . J .,' -!. twllahinff the three town-Air Tru.?3 OFFICIAL PAPER Tl A- P TTJOWAL A PLYKOOTH, THURSDAY jr) ARY" - -CI I 8tjJ. Messrs RorSD & LaNGDOXare our only .i....wi,ivArii3i'iifr. Arr.nt fnf ni,;,n,m XAij . A I'.ii - - v Disgraceful; We loam from the ' SVaiftf Sentinel that a fracas occurred in the Senate chamber, " February 15ih, between and Heffren. Mr Good llm publiihel statement Iwtwecn hirasellana Air iieuren, anu ass - ed and obtained leavo to male a personal explanatioii. He had previously armed "himself for MrHffren. and other -Senators -saw the handle of a revolver protruding from his pocket, and frm his excited man er a difficulty was anticipated. Mr Heff- Ten took a seat near Mr Gooding's desk, utA 'when that gentleman read the report aadasleH Heffren if he had used the fan. gttajjo imputed to him, Heffren replied 'he had, re-i:crated it.". ; 1 V jih Ve:ii!emcn were by this time onj . . , I'1 '- 1 1 t 1 at ' their feet. 'Gooding said he hurled thej l...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 24 February 1859

rr'HUSIIKD EVERT THCRSOAT MOltStX., BT I. MC UOXILD r. MC .DOXII-D (XeDOXAI.D fc BROTHER. TKRMS: irrnicl ill Advance, End of ix month, End oflhcycar, $1,00 & 1 SO $2,00 WmittblliT Ff - AS ( M. ttiuM ' ' I'l.YMOl' lliriAl IUi1 I 1 rtt nm Ti.rfr from west. Fro r.nr, Mi il 12:0a p n.. ! .,. 12:in a hi fcxrt IVH)pn..niii ...rat r:iaam -r 10:00 pm... 3:04 .1 m TIME TABLE ro Tut r.rrr.cT jancaky at 9 13 oYlock A M Ooins West Going East I.'r?riTrunuth 2 15 r aLre Laporto 0 !.' a m do Clark's lo Tyner Io KiKit"i 2 33 do do Flank Koad 3 . I 250drt doStillwell 9 SO do 3 00 do lo Van's Jf 00 lo 325 do du Kankakee 10 15 do ifo Walk er ton b Kar.kakce ! ViUi'ti lo Stillwell do Funk Road 3 45 do do Walkerton 4 K) do do Kuutt's 4 10 do doTvner 10T5 10 55 do do 1 1 05 do j 4 25 do do Clark's 1 11 a io 1 1 35 do Ar. Importe 4 45 doAr. rlvmouth PawiFrt 11:45 am. Pass iFrf2:l5 p in. S EDWARDS, Agent. I. O C A I. I T EMS A STATEMENT Of the amount of Froduce, ic, shipped from Plymouth Station, on 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. — 24 February 1859

:'-.ri; ! .11 ''" ' -''--i ' ' Hotc.To Drawithe. Sinner - r Several years ago we were, at a residence in Loiiisaria near the confines of Texag. The people there, as a general thing- were not muchgiren to godliness and cared about as little for their bodies, be- iK tanunuei neu us. to me saity 01 cner. a young ninerent f reach- c;r happened along in the neigh borhood during this dearth of reli gion, and set about preparing the .walls of Zion in earnest. But his on r-v io ii-iKi A., i Vi 1 1 1 C -uv.vw3 t ytji. iiui even -iian a dozan person-' could be got to gether at Iiis Sunday meetings and he began t j think the Lord was following upon his earnest and . heart felt endeavores to savethe -rtiHe. jLreieriunieu, nowever 10 create an interest before leaving the neighborhood he procured some : printed hand-bills and had 4 heiii posted up it every , conspicu ous place in the district which read in the following effect: . Religious Notice The t Eev. Mr. Blarney will preach next Thursday i...

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 March 1859

J ... SSSMBM VÖIj 4, NO. 14 J PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜIISD AY, MARCH 3, 1859 CWHLE N. 170 --ty.. ..ifavt .toKm.. j .m . rii:r,!rgy - . " ' - - - - .- - - - . - - -. . . i I Hi m- -1 in . -u 111. il MlMltT 1- . nl"t 1 i HV, rfiV V- - .'lt.Jt fc - i a a m :. n mi & - . w m i a - - mm . mt m m am m m mm mm m rr - l. m. : a v ... J , v- , ; , .. . .... . .... w : .... a v J, i v.. .,-.. ,m ja n H m- am m . i m m - m M m - - w a t - . , i m m . - l j -:.ia. m m ' s , m - m m ' - - r w v . ....... t f K. i v I i k i I i i -.1 5 i i .1 '..'"VA at VLISME1 EVERT THURSDAY M01OTXC, IT - v P- MC DONALD D. MC DOXA LO, HcBOXALD Sc BROTHER. If Paid in Advance, SI, 00 Knd of six months, gl ,0 End of tlieycar, 2,00 ADVEllTISING: One square lines or less,) three ; weeks,. 1 00 Earh alitiao-vl iiusertion, . : -j Column three months i? Column six months, Column three months, Column six months,. j" v.; Column one year, l" Column three months,... 14 no 1 Column six months,., l rnlnmn one rear,.... .010...

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 March 1859

OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUB COUNTY. D. & P. McDONALD,::::::::::::::: Editort. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 31 ARCH - 3, 18ÖO. Messrs Rounds k LiXGDOsare our only authorized advertising Agents for Chicago. " T- . Congressional Intervention. In the U. S. Senate, on the 22nd ult., a debate tooh place between the more prom inent Democratic members of that body, relative to Congressional intervention in territorial matters, for the protection of lave property. If the speeches could be published in full, they would bo doubt bq interesting to politicians generally; but as this cannot be done, a brief synopsis of the positions assumed by different Sena tors, will "suffice for the present. Senator Douglas stated his position, plac ing himself upon the Democratic Platfoiw adopted at Cincinnati, in June, 1856. sta ting that he was uncompromisingly oppos ed to any doctrine, for the government of the territories, at variance with that enun ciated in that Platform; that no Democrat ic candidate can carry on...

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 March 1859

SPBÖIAL NÖTIGES. IStarsjail Couufw ge moerat rVBUSKEO KTCtT THCÄ8DAT MOlMINü, BT O. MC BOXALD, f. HC DONALD HeDOIVALD & BROTHER. TERMS : If Faid lit AdTanCC. SI ,00 End Ol 8iX montllS, $1,0 End of thcyear, $9,00 Pittsburg, Ft m sf C. R. IS. Going East Mail Express Freight Leave CVcago 6,00 A. M. 7,0-2 P. M rover 9,08 do 10,10 do Plvmouth 9,30 do 10,36 do Pearson ville 9,42 do 10,50 do Bourbon 9,55 do 11,05 do Etna Green 10,03 do J 1,13 do Ft Wavne 11,55 do 1,00 A M CAng Vcst 4,30 P M 10,47 do 11,55 do 12,23 A M 12,51 do 1,05 do 5,00 do Leave Ft Wayne 8,45 P M Etna Green 11,13 do Beurbon 11,21 do Pearson vlllc 11,33 do Plymouth 11,55 do lirover 12,55 A M 5,55 A M 6,05 A M 7.51 do 11,31 do g,00 do 11,55 do 8,14 do 12,30 T M 8,23 do 1,03 do 8.52 do 2,00 do 12,05 do 8,45 do Ar Chieaeo 50d do Mail train goiag west, Daily except bundays. ex Ex- press going west, Da ly except Mondays, r reigu. oing west, Daily except Sundays. Mail tram go-in- east, Daily except Sundays. Express going v...

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 March 1859

4 'X i a PLYMOUTH, IN Ü.,. MARCHA 3, IS5y. For the- benefit of our Farmer friends, mis F.ir, oi mo .ueraucrru wui. Iiereatter, i bä. derated to their interest. -Wa hnva not ' paid that attention to the "House, Farm, and Garden" that ia due to thoso whose business it 13 to "keep them hi order." Hereafter, tho farmers, the house-wivea, and the ardnera, will Sind in thii depart mf??'":eXPJ'y week, 8orauhingJo interest and instruct them. The -Prairie Farmer. This old and popular paper has just en tered its nineteenth rear.and, having pass ed by purchase intoth hands of tho pro prietors of Emery's JourAul cfAyrindture, -nie ont on the first of January in a much raoro convenient, .furui for binding and preserving, and' takes the . old familiar nama of the Prairie Farmer. With a new engraved head, characteris tic of the ago we lire in, with clear type, nvhite paper and fino press work, it stands equal wuh any paper of th kind in ' tho land. -With the combined talent of the two papers, its ...

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 March 1859

DEMOCRAT. -M OL -LL VOL, 4, NO. 15.3 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1859. WHOLE NO. 170 "t : 5 i i ; 1 M - u y IWallCouutjJiciuocvat fUBpsHED EVEST THCKSD.CV MOaxtNC, SV - vc MMit.0...4l.lll.i..... MC DONALD 3IeDONAl.I & BROTHER. TERMS : If raid in Alvancc, $1,00 End of six months, $1,50 JEnd of thcycar, $2,00 ADVERTISING: ?)n square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,- 1 00 Each additional insertion, T? i Column three months fi Column six months, i o no 4 Column one year, 0Q Column three months 15 00 V Colurrn six months, 0 0q l Column one year, qq 1 Column three months,-.-- "04 00 1 Column six months, 15 00 1 Column one year, Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one feane free of charjre. Legal Advertisement, inserted at the above rates. Hereafter, Attorneys, and other, having legal notices published, will be held resposiblc for the pa J, unles otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements are charged for the pace occupied bvthem, measured by brevier lines -Medical ad...

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 March 1859

Parsal Cüimfi gemotrat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY. dT& P. McDONALD,::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, 2T1ARCII - - --10,1859. Messrs Rounds fc LaNGDOxare our only authorized advertising Agents for Chicago. Temperance Revival. Rer. Mr. Chance, alias 'Broad-ax, lias ben holding a series of meetings in thi place for the past two weeks. As is usual with the temperance folks, they suc ceeded in getting themselves into a furor of excitement under the animated preach ing of their apcstle; the church, where the meetings were held, was filled to its utmost capacity every night, and many persons, sadly in need of the saving influences of Broad-ax's preaching, were compelled to remain outside. If we should say there is every proba bility that the present excitement will be productive of as little good as those which have preceded it, we know tbat many of those engaged in the cause, will call us apologists for fre whisky, ruramios, Szc, but a positive belief that such will undoubt edl...

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 March 1859

rissi r r-.v- t a. . Tri ISfarsIiaU Couutg graotvat Pittsburgh Ft 1 & C. R. Jl. oing East Leave Mail Express Freight Chicago 6,00 Grorcr 9,03 Plymouth 9,30 Pearsonville9,42 Uourbon 9,55 Etna Green 10,03 Ft Wayne 11,55 Goiig West Leave Ft Wain? 8,45 Etna Green 11,13 Beurbon 11,21 Pearson ville 11,33 Plymouth 11,55 r.rover 12,55 Ar Chicago 5,05 A. M. do do do do do do 7,02 10,10 10,36 10,50 11,05 11,13 1,00 P. M do do do do do A M 4,30 10,47 11,55 12,23 12,51 1,05 5,00 PM do do A M do do do PM do do do do A M do 5,55 7,51 P,00 8,14 8,28 8,52 AM do do do do do do 6,05 11,31 11.S5 12,30 1,03 2,00 AM do do P M do do do 12,05 8,45 Mail train going west, Daily except Sunda vs. Ex press going west, Daily except Mondays. Freight coine west. Daily except Sundays. Mail train go ing east, Daily except Sundays. Express going east. Daily except Saturdays. I reight going cast, Daily except Sundays. S R EDWARDS, Agt. TCa sonic Festival. Last Friday evening we had the pleas ure of attending 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. — 10 March 1859

tEJjc farmer's gfprtmtnt. PLYMOUTH, IND., MARCH 10, IS53. Two II uii tired fluslicls or Corn per Acre. It has been puMiahed and so far as we can see, duly certified that Dr J. W. Parker, of Columbia. S. C. grew in 1855, upon his farm, near that town, two hund red bushels and twelve quarts upon one mesiured acre of ground, and one hund red and sixteen bushels and six quart- up on another acr. In the report to the State Agricultural society, Dr Parker states that the seed selected for planting was from North Carolina, and denominated Bale Mountain Corn.' After soaking it during the night in a strong solution of n;tre, it was planted from eight to tweke inches distant in the row, covered with hoet, and the ground rolled, leaving it per fectly level. The land was the border of a small creek, under-drained, and manur ed in Derembei with twenty-five twohors loads of cow-house manure, ploughed in and followed by a sub-soil plough drawn by two mules. About the first of March another coat 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. — 17 March 1859

1 ! 1 i 1 f 4 VOL 4, NO. 16. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH IT, 1859. WHOLE NO 171 1 - n i ( i snr?ircTt:t ff o'nititfn ilfntomit jvim v ' " ü ; VUSMED EVERT TIICRSÜAY MOUSING, BY O. MC DONALD, P. MC DONALD HXcDOXAliB.' fc isrotiier. ; . TER MS: If Paid in Advance, $1,00 End of six months, $1,50 End of tlieycar, $2,00 ADVERTISING: ' One square (ten lines or less,) three weeks,. 1 00 E.ich additional insertion, 25 Column three months. 5 00 Column six months, BOO i Column one year, 12 CO 2 Column three month?, 8 00 x Column six months,.... 15 00 J Column one year, - 1 Column three months, 1-100 1 Column six month, -4 00 1 Column one year, 43 00 Y".u!t -advertisers have the privilege of one "h;i:i.-rt: tVce of charge. .'! IrortifomonU inserted at the above riV.. f c liter, Attorneys, and other?, having .. i : -. s ublisbed, will be held resposiblc for t'f pay, ujiL'i otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements are charged for the space occupied bvthera, neiunrt-J by brevier lines ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 17 March 1859

SJarsJall County pmotrat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY J). & P UcDOHALD.::;:::::::::::; Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, raAnen - - - -17, 1859. Messrs Rocjds fc LANGDONare our only authorized advertising Agents for Chicago. Action of the Republican Party on the Admission of JXcxr States. The present self-styled Republican party dates the beginning of its existence from the introduction of the Kansas-Nebraska bill, in 1854. Although the time which has elapsed since the organization of the party, is short, jet, circumstances have rose which have fully developed their principles, (if they had any) and the po litical character of the men who have been chosn as the leaders of thi3 great party of "reform." One portion of tho party creed, which they denominate a great principle in gov ernment, and on which the whole party superstructure rests, is the detestible doc trine of equal rights between the white and black races in the enjoyment of the rights nd privileges of citizenship. This doc ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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