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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 17 March 1859

IltavsjmU Coiuitg two trat Pittsburg r Ft M A C. It. II. Höing East Mail Express Freight Chicago 6,00 A. M. 7,02 P. M 4,30 P M G rover 9,03 do 10,10 do 10,47 do Plymouth 9,30 do 11,36 do H o c.j 10,50 do 12,23 A M d 11,05 do 12,51 do do J 1,13 do 1,05 do do 1,00 A M 5,00 do Poarsonvillc9,42 Bourbon 9,55 Etna Green 10,03 FtWavne 11,55 Going West Ft P.45 P M 5,55 A M 6,00 A M Etna Green 11.13 do 7,51 do 11,31 do Beurbon 1121 do ,00 do 11, bo do rearacnTiUcll do 8,14 do 12,30 P M Plymouth 11,55 do 8,03 do 1,03 do VSrorer 12,55 A M 8,52 do 2,00 do ArCKcago 5,05 do 12,05 do 8,45 do Mail train going west, Daily oicept Sundays. Ex press gomg west, Da ly except Mondays. Freight o1ng west, Daily except Sundays. Mail train go ing at, Daily except Sunday. Express going ra, Dailr except Saturdavs. Freight going east, Daily except Sunday. S R EDWARDS, Agt. O !? & C- R. H TIME TABLE 0 TAKC XStlCT JXNOiXY 3, AT 9 15 O'CLOCK A M Going Weit Going East 17t Plymouth 1 00 r lAe Importe 6 00 a m do ...

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 March 1859

FLYMOUTH, hND.,;.... ..MARCH 17, 1853. JEtTEvery Farmer, who takes any in terest in Agriculture, sbould feel it Lis "duty to attend the Agricultural meeting-, at the Court House, next Saturday. The Pre mium List, mad out by a committee, will be prevented, und an enterchange of tiows, and suggestions from the farmers, general ly, will be of great benefit to the commit tee, in presenting Premium List that will toccceptablo to competitors. Come out; you will undoubtedly be benefited, if you attend the meeting. Nxw Potatoes. The Pennsylvania far mers are rejoicing in a new lsr.nl ef pota to, which is thus described by the corres pondent of the New York Tribune: A new Agricultural wonder made its ap pearance here last reek, in the shape of what is called tho 'Peach-blow Potato. A whole cargo of them armed from New Jersey, where they were raised " from seed originated by Mr John R Sears of N Y. It seems that Mr Sears last year had a large quantity of thoao potatoes to dispose of for seed,...

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 March 1859

. ' - -r-v'..-r-r-, .vt -rr v srf TTTT n Tt" -r-r ' yyl "TT" -T"TTY Tirn'OA V T TTV n "MT. T iTNI TTK- .Ä FTT - - fT I T t mm w T V m .mm MB M mr m l H man m m mm - m s ; fr .:; .. . K. . . I J i " U i 7 J. W .. WW I I I , - VOL 4, NÖ. 17. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1859. WHOLE NO 172 t ' I -f : ? V - J i - '5 Tavs;illCouutnpcmocv;it füBMSKED EVERT TUCKSDAT MORNING, BY 6. NC DONALD,. . . F . MC DONALD ItleDO-SAfil & BROTHER. TERMS: la Advance,... At the cspiratiuu of six months, I50 m . twelve months, 2,00 ADVEÜTISING: One square ten line or less) three weeks,. 1 00 E.Ach additional insertion, Colamn three moutlH. . 'A Column six months,. . ?4 Column one t-par, . . V Column three month?,. . 5 00 ... P 00 12 00 .... 8 on ...-.15 00 ....25 00 14 00 .....21 00 ....15 00 V2 Cohurn sixmonth.'. J Column one year, 1 Column three month?, 1 Column ?ix months,... 1 Column one rear,. ... . Yearly advertisers have the privilege of one hane free of charpc. Legal Advertisement. in...

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 March 1859

Itatsjmll CottnfjT fcntotrat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY t). & P. HcDONALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. MARCH - - - - 21, 1859. Messrs Rounds tfc LANGDOxare our only authorized advertising Agents for Chicago. The President's Veto. A great many of the Republican papers liave had their finer sensibilities outrnge usly shocked by the President's veto of the Agricultural bill. Epithets innumera ble hnrc been henped upon him; in fact, we are reminded of the Nebraska-bill times f 1854. A hire proportion of those who are now go busily engaged in viilifying the Kx-scutive for his action in this matter, know nothing of the provisions of the bill, or thvj reasons for vetoing it. e arc glad to ee that dome of the Republican papers have honesty cnoug!i to admit the correct ness of the position assumed by the Presi- 'üant. Tho Cincinnati Gazette, New York Times, and several other prominent Ra- , publican papers, not only endorse the President's views, but commend them. There...

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 March 1859

IBforsjjall Couutü gemot vat LOCAI ITEMS Toxynship Convention. The Democratic convention for Cei ter township will be held at the Court House next Saturday. Let there be a gen era! turn out. Thief Caught. Charles W. Woodward, an Englishman, wlio has been in this country about one veir. was arrested last ihursaay, on a j , charge of stealing some carpenters tools from Crane & Co. The circumstances were about in this way: Woodward formerly worked on the rail toad near Warsaw, but came hero some time last summer got married rented a l'.ouse moved irto it with no furniture but his wife, and, of course, found prettj dry imng, without any means of support. On several occasions, during the last month, Mr. Billings missed sundry arti cles; he finally come to the conclusion that Woodward was a little too free about the premises, and engaged a gentleman to bor row s tape-lint of him, which he recog nized. A warrant was issued by Justice Case, which revealed stolen property, con sisting 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. — 24 March 1859

&re farmer's cparfmenf. . . PLYMOUTH, 1ND MARCH SM, ISj9 Plaiithig Trees. As tlie proper season is now ap proaching for transplanting trees, a few Lints to new planters will not bo out of place. I. Have your ground in good neat, and that it contains a suf ficient quantity of the matter neces sary to the growth of such trees as you are about to plant. Apples require lime, pears phosphate of lime, or bone dust. Good wheat land is well adapted to the growth of apples, and poor soil should never be laid out for an orchard. II. Let the land be high; low land' is liable to spring frosts, and the fruit blossoms are often blight ed by thera. High situations are xxho more easily drained, which is absolutely essential to the well-being of the trees. III. Plough the ground deep before planting. A slight scarify ing of the soil will do no good. Dig the holes for the tiee deep, if the ground is nol naturally loose. Fill up with the surface soil around the roots, placing each rootlet in the m...

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. — 31 March 1859

I. :!l f . i r r. n VOL 4, NO. 18. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1859. WHOLE NO 1Y3 1 "-a Marshall .Connfn jl.cmocnit rUBLISMEn EVERT THCBSDAT MOR.XIXG, BY O. MC DOXAM.............. MC DOXALD MeDOXALDjfc BROTHER. TERMS: la Advance, . SL00 At the expiration of six mouths, 1,50 twelve months, 2,00 ADVERTISING: One square (ton lines or lcs,) three weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insertion, 25 i Column three months 5 00 l? Column six month... -. . . 8 00 Column one year, ..12 00 i Column three months 8 UO Column six months, .... .15 00 Column one year, 25 00 1 " Column three months,. . ." t 1 1 rVklnmi. sixmontbt l -2-1 "0 1 Column one year, .45 U0 Yearlr advertisers have the privilege of one han8 free of charge. . Legal ' Advertisements Inserted at the above rate. Hereafter, Attorneys, and others, having legal notices published, will be held rcgposible for the pay, utiles otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements are charged . for the upace occupied bv them, measured by brevie...

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. — 31 March 1859

5Slarsliall (f onntn tifinotnit ' ! official paper oFTiiE covNTY PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. The steamships Niagara and Alps ar- iV3 AUCH - - - 31 IoJ.,rivej yesterday from Liverpool twelfth Messrs Rounds k I.ASGDOxare our only amaonzeu auveruamg rt.na .u. ,,u.g. " . " .HOI Law 111 ASOlirooil. We larn from an authentic source, that on last Monday nujht, a squad of persons, led bv one E. K. Coxen, a Justice of the ui,K . , r, , , . i, t In the House of Commons tho bill par- Peace, ( ?) went to a grocery, in Hourbon. aboIishillg lho chareh ratcs WMf re. kept by a German, and, hying hands on ,jected on the 9 h by 254 to 171. the proprietor, kept him in a defenceless On the lUtli, twveral notices of amend- ituition. while thov took all the liquor in merits to the Government Reform bill were the establishment, and poured it into the ; milled, including one by Lord John i . v ' Kussel!, to the effect that H is neilhet just street. Some fire-arms, which were about j or expedient to interfere in 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. — 31 March 1859

ItiitshU Couuii) graocrat1 LOCAL ITEMS. Our Candidates The Elec tion. The Democratic convention for Centar township was held in this place on last Saturday, nnd was well attended. The greatest harmony prevailed during its de liberations. All present appealed fully atiafitd with the nominations, and an nounced a determination to work for the auccess of the ticket. Henrr McFarlin, for Justice of the Peace, is a man well qualified for the po lition. He possesses all the points of character necessaiy to make a judicious ad imnister of justice. M. A. O. Packard, for Trustee, is at well qualified to discharge the duties of the of 6ce, as any other man in the township. Since the enactment of the law abolishing the three Trustee system, together with the offices of Clerk and Treasurer, and imposing all the duties on one Trustee, the office becomes one of great importance to th citizen of a township. Having served in the capacity of Tuwnsbp Clerk, the past year, Mr. P. has become well ac qua...

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. — 31 March 1859

ljc farmer's Sqiartmcnt. PLYMOUTH, 1ND ..MARCH - 31, IS59 The Farmer's Position. w The fools are not all dead, yet,", an J therefore it is not to be expected that ev erybody will accord to the farmer the rc fpect due to his calling, even if he im proves his opportunities to the best advan tage. Dandies may prefer a nimble step, and belles a softer hand than he can show; and brainless men and women call him i" iiorant. IIa may hear from some doubtful quarter, (let hirj never fay it of himself, as many farmers do,) .hat he is "nothing but a plain farmer." If he is ft sensible, p'ain, industrious farmer, understanding his business, and informed in matters of jjoneral interest, then all sensible, well-informed; industrious people (and these are nbout all that one need care for,) will know i:; and his standing will be high in the estimation of all whose opinion is worth regarding. His profession is not as favor able fur tho amasing of sudden wealth a9 tiie merchant's. Perhaps the gambler...

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. — 7 April 1859

i i at. 1 1 VOL 4, iVO!. 10 Plymouth; indiajva, Thursday, apriu t, ;:i859. WHOLE NO 174 f t i ! 4 i i : i - i . ; i 1 ;i 1 I ' ; i - i ( ? i ) I J J 1 business Curbs, ßtthdti odrli. HUM BRANCH AT PLYMOUTH, IXD. H . S. ORG AN, TVes. IT. EARLY, Cashier EASTERN EXCHANGE, Draft os Cincin nati nj Ch:eagfc;.GolI 'aud Silver, Uncur rent Moncv and Ismd Warrants .f f BOUGHT AND SO LD. O Deposits Received and Mjney Loaned. JLTExcharrge oa Europe bought and sold. D" Attention given to Collections, and General Banking-iBusiness Transacted. June 23, 1S53. 31? WHEls .WILL. WONDERS CEASE! IN PLYMOUTH? II A HTM AN & CO If ave started a new Harness and I Saddle Shop two doors north of I J Brownlee's store, on the East side of Michigan stiect, at No 6 where they Intend keeping on hand, Saddles and Harness of all kind?, and will sell as cheap as thechespest. Call ai:d exam ine "tlieir stock and work. All repufring tlonc in order and on short notice. 14tf II. X. DICKSON. 4 ........ .J. C LEONARD DI...

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. — 7 April 1859

Ularsljall Comitn Ilrmocnit OFFICIAL PAPER OF TUE COUNTY D. & P. MCDONALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY APRIL 7, 1850. Messrs HorsDS I.AXODOxare our onlr authorized Jidvenising Agents for Chiengo. Resuscitation of Whigery. A largo and enthusiastic meeting of old line whig wa held in New York, on Thursday, tl.e 17th nit., for th purpose of taking into consideration tho propiietv of re organizing the old Whig party." A streng feeling in favor of such a movement h.i3 been manifesting itself for some time p.i3t in different localities; and now that the lall is in motion, we may expect to see a third party contending for the ascendan cy ir 1C63 .This movement is unexpected in New York U supposed to be- forth pur pose of establishing a head and. front for similar movements which an being made In the different States. It is the expecta tion of the prominent Whigs, that if they can ueeeed in effecting a national organi zMhn, they wih be able to carry a sufficient nmher of ...

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. — 7 April 1859

yVV. UM1 t it V 1 "TTI i JullSjJlUl CLOUlltn ilClHOlViU: " j Vuiuihro tmr thcmdat mor.iino, it . MC OXALD,. . r. MC DO A LP SUDORAL D BROTI1ER. TER At S: la Advance, . At the expiration of six months .$1,00 . 1,50 . 2,C0 twelrt Months,.. ADVERTISING: Ob square (ten Unea or lew,) three weeks,. 1 00 Each additional insertion t Column three months W Ji Column ix month,. . - WIKJ U Column one year 12 00 Column three mo.ths, 8 00 Column at x months, 15 00 Column one year, 25 00 f Column three months,.....- 14 00 1 Column six months .24 00 Column one year, 45 00 Yearly advertisers hare the privilege of one tun freeof charge. Legal Advertisements inserted at the abore sates. Hereafter, Attorneys, and others, having legal notice's published, will be held rcsposible for tke pay, males otherwise arranged. Displayed advertisements are charged for the pace occupied br them, measured by brevier lines Medical advertisements at the above rstcs to b paid for in advance. Unless otherwise ordered, ad...

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. — 7 April 1859

man.. If was small, not orer four feet and some inches ia heighth, and its limbs be trayed a muscular development that was unparalleled. Its face surpassed in liide ousnssä anything I had ever 6een. Qus Uvo Doro, or Callot, or Tony Juhannot, mver conceived anything so horrible. There i a face in end of the hitter's illus trations tr Unvojage on il vonus plaira Vfhich some what approaches the counte-r.ani-c f this o'rea'ure. but dees not equal u. It aj the phTM4nnny of what I should havo fanei I a ghoul to be. It ! xk J a if it. was capabla of feeding on ViUman flosb. Having satisfied nur curiosity and bound Gvar erery ; in thy hous-s to aeciecy, it became 4 ijU'jätica what was to be done with cut er.t.Tj? It wai irnponib that should Käsuch a hirror in our house. It wa3 equally impossible that such an aw fa! birig should be-let loose upon the world. 1 would gladly have voted for its dastrutttan. But who would shoulder the rssponiibility? Who would undertake the execution of tho horri...

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. — 14 April 1859

1 r 1 t ... . VOL 4, NÖ20. 'PLYMOUTH,- INDIANA, THURSDAY APRIL 14, 1859 WHOLE NO. 175, M LL -Li- Ji w i j 1 i ! J J -r S -' i V" I i si 1 1 ! 3 . if M V IJ t if ! ( r. f ! t business (Litriis. BANK iff M STATE "if INDIANA, - i BRANCH AT PLYMOUTH) IND. r. S. ÖR jAN, Pres. I tL KARLY, Cashier EASTERN EXCHANGE, Drafts o- Cncin nati and Chicago, Gold and Silver, Uncur vent Money aiid I .am I Warnaits BOUGHT AND SOLD. D Deposit ReveiveJ ami Money Loaned. 33" Exchange on Europe bought and sole. - -XT Attention jriven to Collection and General Banking Business Transacted. June 23, 1558. 31 1 WHEN WILL WONDERS CEASE! IN. FLYMOUTHt I. F- HARTMAN & CO Have started a new Harne? and paddle Shop two doors north of f J Brownlce's store, on the East side of Michigan stieet, nt No G where they intend keeping on hand, Saddles and Hamm of all kind, ami will sell as cheap ns the cheapest. Call and exam ine their stock and work. " All repairing done in order and on short notice; 14tf n. B. DlCKSO H...

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. — 14 April 1859

Starsftall Countir Jicmotrat OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE COUNTY D. & P. McLOWALD,::::::::::::::: Editors, PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY, APRIL. - - - 14, 1859. r Messrs Rocxds is LANOooxare our only authorized adrerlising Agents for Chicago. Bourbon Again. The Republican organ in thi3 place, and a few of the wire-pullers of the party, ap pear to be much exercised about the arti cle we published two weeks ago in regard to the mob law demonstration at Bourbon. What we published was received from an authentic source, and given to the public as it was related to us. One of the oraclas of Republicanism in that vicinity 6aid it was true that the liquor was forcibly seiz ed and destroyed, and that those who were engaged in, its destruction were all Republicans, but thought it was doing the Republican party a great injustice to hold it responsible for their acticn. when it did not endorse such proceedings. We accept of his admissions, but are strongly of the opinion thit the reverse of his assertions is...

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. — 14 April 1859

rtlill'viiii viviiuiu ''imvvvtiv fCBUsntD ITERT thcrsdat mowing, bt . mc poxald, r. mc doxald TTT.lOTVA,H Sr. imOTHEK. TER M S : la Advance...... $1,00 l At the cxpiratioa of six month; twclv months, 2,00 ADVERTISING: n. mnr (ten lines or less,) tliree weeks,. 1 00 Each additionalinsertion, 25 V Column three months 5 00 i rni,imn ait mnntht.. . - .......... 8 00 74 - column one year, . . Yearly advertisers haTe the privilege ox one toanr free of charge. T.ta1 Advertisements inserted at the above täte. Hereafter, Attorneys, and others, having legal notices published, will be held vcspoaible for tie Mr. .nlM otherwise arranzed. DUptaved advertisements are charged for the smceoccuniedbvthem.measuredbfbrcvicrlines Medical advertisements at the aVove rstcs-to f iranoe. Unless otherwise ordered, advertisements will be insert cd till forbid and charged accordingly. LOCAL ITEMS. A Tale witn a Moral. A fire destroying a man's house and contents, as some have said, is a "terriffic sight," and...

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. — 14 April 1859

How to Conquer vicious cows And Horses. I care not how vicious or unmanageabfo the horse or cow have become, I can con quer them by the application of a strong rope, or chain just back of the fore legs, and twisting in a good lever until they yield fully. Baulky horses may be con quered in this manner, so a3 to need no whipping, and it is much more humane than clubbing them or cutting them up with torturning whipä. Andalnrse once con- a am querea in this manner, will not rteurn to his tricks with the same driver as readily as when overcome by whipping or maul- Cow may be conquered in tha same manner, and broken of the habit of kicking. very readily. One of my neighbors had a i .1 rery vicious cow, laai spring, wniiii w.ey had failed in milking after the most deter mined efforts succeed. I happened to hear the fact one day. and told them how to manage her, when lo! no more trouble was experienced. In the course of the summer they have occasionally lain a chain across her back, when s...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 21 April 1859

Meiertet! $)orfrg. ' VF- MA1S1ALL MHIW DEMOCRAT. N i j I I ti M U JL VOL 4, NO. 21. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY APRIL 31, 1859. WHOLE NO. 176 1 J t ;! 6 business BANK Iff 11 STATE fif MIAU. BRANCH AT PLYMOUTH, 1D. E. S. ORGAN, Pre?. II. . AR LY, Cashier EASTERN EXCHANGE, Draft- . nciix nati ami Chicago, (J.M and Silver, L'ncur Tent Money ami Land Warrants BOUGHT AND SOLD. IT Deposit Received and Money Loaned. IT Exchange oh Kurope liotitrlit ami soM. O" Attention riven to Collections, ami General Banking Business Transacted. June 23, Irf. 31- WHEN WILL WONDERS CEASE! IN PLYMOUTH? II A Ii T MAN & CO Have starte! a new Harness and ISadille Slion two doors north of J Brownlee's store, n the East .-ilef .Michigan st i eet, at No 0 j where they inten! kecking on Iiaiil, Saildles and Harness of all 1 kiiils, ami will s-ll as cheap as the cheapest. Call and exam ine their stock anl work. All Tepairin lone in onler and on short notice. 1-ltf II. B. DICKSON J. C LEONARD H- 13 DICKSON S: ...

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. — 21 April 1859

ftturslnill Conntn ilnnornit vre- OFFICIAL PAVER OF TIlE COÜXTY I). & P. MCDONALD,:::;::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOÜIirTHÜRSÖAy, APRIL - - -21, 1859. Messrs Korsos L I.AXGDOxare our only authorized advertising Agents for Chicago. ! Ilrlp the Needy. There are mny persons in our midst who are in really destitute circumstances, and whose position entitles them to any little charities that the generality of our people are able to bestow. During the past two weeks, our citizens have been called upon to aid in repairing and beauti ivir.sr our churches, and to erect new ones, which is all right; but we do not think it is a requirement of Uo!y Writ that we should spend all our means merely for the, purpose of making a great show, and at; the same time permit widows and orphans j in mir midst to suffer for the necessaries 1 of life. Yet such has been the case. j Hundreds of dollars have been spent in j this town, with a view only to temporary amusement, or something worst. That there are pe...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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