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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 22 May 1856

11 . MAESHAL "NTY DEMOCRAT. y in i THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR-JACKSON. PLYMOUTH, IND., MAY 22, 1856. NO. 28. VOL. 1, c m "A x 5 Business Iltrtttorj). IJumess Cards not exceeding three lines, iiHe ted under this head, at $1 per annum. Persons advci ti.-in- in the "Democrat" Iy the year, will be entitled to a Card i.i the Business Di rectory, without additional charge. ÄitshU (Counts democrat AMD JOB PRINTING OFFICE, We have on hand an extensive assortment of And are prqared to execute JOB Ml) ? ivnr 11 nil l Mm; i min im T 1:11:1 I III! 1 1 Of everv description and quality, such as ClRCl'LAR, HANDBII-IJ, fAMPIILETS, FL'SINKSS CAR03, Bf.AK IKKIS A MORTGAC-KS; CATAl-OfiCES, AihI in sliort, lilanks of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, k on reasonable terms T1LYMOUTII BANNER, BY W. J. BURNS J rivmuutli. Ind. A. BROWNLEE SHIRLEY. DEALERS IN Drv Goods and Groceries, tirst door east of Michigan str...

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. — 22 May 1856

Ml mwmxwt i 1(1 I T McDONALD Editor. PLYMOUTH, I5 Thursday Morniiiü. Mav Sind., 1S-56. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. For Governor, AsilKEL P. "VYlLLARD, of While. For Lieut. Governor, Adram A. Hammoxd, of Vigo. For Secretary of State, Danikx. McClvre, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, of Grant. For T rea surer of State, A(;uilla Jone$, of Bartholomew. For Attorney Genera!, Jo. 11 McDonald, t f Montgomery. 1 For SuperinljuJcut of Public Instruction, illiam C. Laruabee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William 1. Beach, of Uoone. Reporter of Decisions of Supreme Court, ! Gordon Tanner, of Jackson. W. J. Mom is authorized to act as agent, re- ceiye ami receipt for ubscript-on- to the Democrat, at Lldora, Iowa. 4 Wii.ixfGnnr 31. McCormick. ia authorized to receipt for subscriptions to the Democrat, at Knox, StarkCountv. Indima. The Know Nothings are much displeas ed with the result cf tho Fusion Conven- j tion at Indianapolis, on the first iast. They were sold to th? Abolit...

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. — 22 May 1856

.St. Lor is, May 12. The slcnmcr Star of the West arrived to tlay'from Kansas, and tin following infor mation is derived from passengers: The creamer left Kansas on Satuithy, the lUtli, O jv. Robinson ant! family being among the passengers. At Lexington, Mo., (J v. Rob inson was waited upon by a committee ap pointed by ci.izens, and notified that th:-y fchou!d detain him on the ground that lie was fleeing from the Teriitory to avoid ar test or an indictment of treason, which had been found against him by the Grand Jury x) the United States District Court. Gov. llobinson replied that he had been inform al by one of the Grand Jury that an at tempt had been made to find a bill, but had failed. This did not satisfy the com mittee. They insisted that Mr. lu.djir.son should remain, and he finally did so. The committee agreed to send a messenger to Kansas to ascertain whether an indictment had been found, and, if not, all the expenses of Mr. Robinson's detention were to be paid. The commit...

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. — 22 May 1856

Adventure in the Backwoods In the summer of 1815, I was traveling on business m the western part 01 lennes- see. That portion of the State which lies between the Tennessee and th? Mississippi was at that time a wild drea v forest. Xo roads, nothing but horse paths through the woods; and the only marks to guide the taveler upen his journey were the blazes and the notches upon the trees. I was dressed in true backwoods fashion, and I rode a fiery mustang, with a man and tail as white as snow, a beautiful arched neck5 and an eye like an eagle. He was a per fect beauty, and as fleet as the wind. A cross his back I had thrown a pair of saddle-bags, containing in one side a dozen pones of corn bread and a piece 01 bacon. tml fr tili'. thm ihor v.is a tu of rocks in the shape of two thousand dollars in gold, which I had collected, and was tran-portir.g to a bank in Kentucky, to dis- pose for eastern exchange. Two large wooden stirrups hung dangling from my saddle, and the holsters in "fron...

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. — 12 June 1856

t I I I M - .. . , n tw n a n rr COUNTY DEMOCRAT. THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEW8 OF HEAVEN. SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR JACKSON. VOL. 1, PLYMOUTH, IND. JUNE 12, 1856. NO. 31. I r. t i I l c 4' 4 CI iE Til 1 1 ' J. ' - . ' -A - V? : a y - " i business BtTCtiorjj. Business Cards not exceeding three lines, inser id under this head, at $1 per annum. IYrsons advertising in the "Democrat" by the ar, will be entitled to a Card in the Business Di ' vHi-jl without additional charge. : Htarsfall (Count)) ilemotrut AMD m PRINTING OFFICE. We have on hand an extensive assortment of And are prepared to execute LM) FIMV PRLXTIS JOB Of every description and quality, stich as CIRCULAR, IIAXDMLLS, LABELS, CATALOGUES, PAMPHLETS, BUSINESS CARDS, BLANK DEEDS MORTGAGES; And in short, Blanks of every variety and descrip tion, on the shortest notice, & on reasonable terms I PLYMOUTH BANNER, BY W. J. BURNS, p rivmouth, Ind. npmvK!.P.E it SHIRLEY. DEALERS IN t Dry Goods and G...

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. — 12 June 1856

Utarsjjall gtmöcratJiwin T Mcdonald, '.. .Editor. PIAMOUTH. IXD. Thursday Morning, June lS5G.know of any that could recommend . " 1 1 more w illingly than the Democrat. We DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. j have an exciting campaign before us; all FOR PRESIDENT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. B RECENRID GE, Or KENTCCKY. STATE TICKET. For Governor, AsnfiEL P. Willard, of White. . For Lieut. Governor, Apram A. Hammond, of Vigo. For Secretary of State, Daniel McClure, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of Stale, Aquilla Jone, of Bartholomew. For Attorney General, Jos. E. McDonald, cf Montgomery. , cruueuu, y now wuruuwi, n illiam v.. ijakkabee, oi i utnam. r- ri 7 j- c sy lor Clerk of supreme Court, William B.'Beach, of Boone. Reporter of Derisions of Supreme Court, Gordon Tanner, of Jackson. 1 . J. .UUlft 13 HUIUUIUI'U 1 silt .tjnil, IV- I eoirH.anl rnroint for snhrrinlinnsi M th( Ppmnrmt. - I 1 - - - 1 .t Elcera, Iowa. receipt ...

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. — 12 June 1856

1 i Y" r. : ,.V " -. "f - - v ' 1 1' . : 4 -. - - ' ' . ' 1 , s 31 clu bcrtiscmcnts. AUDITOR'S REPORT. THE COUNTY AUDITOR SUBMITS TO the Board of Commissioners of Marshall County, the following report of the Receipts anI i Expenditures, on account ot said Lyunty, lor tne ! financial vcar ending May 31, IroG, RECEIPTS. There has been received at the County Troasu rv since June seitlernent A. D. lefw: For Delinquent tax as per August set tlement 1 f53 " Revenue of lfjö as per April settlement 185G, Jury and Docket ices, " Coüntv propertv, i Taxes' paid at State Treasury, .$16-4 08 ÜiGOCO ;1 57 50 24 02 5G 23 Total Receipts $7202 1)9 EXPENDITURES. There has been County Orders issued since the 31st day of May lf55, until the first day of June 156, numbering from five hundred and seventy- six to eleven hundred and seventy one, for the fol - lowing objects to-wit: For expenses of Assessors .S4S0 70 . 2 00 . 511 36 75 00 . 251 ? 5 . i;D(io . 127 75 . 130 13 . 99 99 . 52 50 . 19 21 . 55 40 ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 12 June 1856

I The Price of two Potatoes in 1S05. I The following anecdote of the first N.v ( jhjWii (this necessity of discriminating ? t evn the two Napoleons is a little in ? Convenient is related inn. letter fmm n correspondent, win was a considerable lime in the French Military service, and who vouches for its authenticity. YVe n.iht sav of it, 'Si nonevcro lai Iro vuo.' This evening, before the battle of Ulm, when Napoleon the First in company with Marshal Beniner, was walking incomitio through the camp, and listening to the talk of his soldiers, he saw in a group not far off a grenadier of the Guard, who was roasting some potatoes in the ashes. 'I should like a roast potatoe, above all thing said the Emperor to the Marshal. Ask the owner of them if ho will sell one' In obedience to the order, Jlertliicr ad-! va:iced t the group, and asked to whom : the potatoe- bck'nged. A grenadier step- ped forward and said, 'They are mine.' Will you sell me one";' : 'I have only five, and that'.s hardl...

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. — 26 June 1856

MAESIA NTY TOlCMTMT iJ'lUlVivJ'M J. e J J THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR- JACKSON. I III I J l-.Ml 1 - ; i y '-' I Vi 4 - i I ' ' I. ) VOL. 1, gnsintss Hitfttorg. Ii ;fl:lllK.UJU WAJ.llvvs , . rriUSIIED ETFXV THCR3DAT MOJIMXG, BY T. McDONALD, and H. B. DICKSON. T E Ii M S : If paid in advance, At the end of six months, It delayed until the end of the year ADVERTISING: One square (ten lines or less,) three week. .1 50 ..2 00 .2 50 1 00 Each additional insertion, J Column three months, .. 8 00 ...12 00 .. 8 00 ..15 00 ..25 00 ,..14 00 ,..24 00 . .45 00 of one Column one vcar,. . . V. Column three months, Column six months, '?, Column one year, 1 " Column three months, 1 Column six months, 1 Column one rear Yearly advertisers have the privilege change free of charge. ()c Democrat o(j Office! Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensive and well selected assortment of new styles plain and fancy Which enables us...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 26 June 1856

T McDOITALD, .Editor. PJA'MÖUTH, IXD. Tiiiirsdiiv Moi-aina June 19lh. 1850. DEMO CR ATICT NOM INATIONS. FOR rRDSlDEXT, -TaVLao Jl) U vyJLJLxllN xxlS 9 cr Pennsylvania. ITCv VICi: PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. STATE TICKET. For Governor, ASXXEEL P. WlLLAED, of White. For Lieut. Governor, ADRAM A. HaMüOSD, of Vigo. For Se:rc?ary of State, Dai-ihl McClure, cf Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, cf Grant. For Treasurer of St'de, Aquilla Jone-, of Bartholomew For Attorney Gcncrcd, Jos. E. McDonald, rf Monlwmo. For Superintendent of Publh Instruction, William C. Lahracee, of Putnam. For Clerk r Ltfr.- or svpremc Lourt. William I. Beach, of Boone, Reporter of Be islons of Supreme Court, Gohdox Tannek, of Jaekon. For Congress Xinth District, Wm. Z. Stuart, of Cass. FOB. PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, Graham N. Fitcii. of Cass. Samuel II. Buskirk. of Monroe, 1st 21 31 d.h 5:h G:h 7th S.h 9th 10th 11th u.I. Parrot, of Warrick, S K. "Wolf, of Harrison, . S. W. Fhort. of Lawrenc...

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. — 26 June 1856

1 The 'Kill-em" Doctrine. In the Pittsburg convention, a fow months ago, after pra?cr by the Rev. Mr. Lovejoy j' Tne ItiVyJr. Brewer, of Connecticut, sail he wafi fiivor of u$ngß re-arms, and liilhtins: for freedom in Kansas.' Rev. Mr. Chandler said he believed that Sharpe's rifles wero the best peace makers; tlierc was no danger too many of them wo'd be introduced into Kansas' 'Rev. Mr. Lovejoy was willing to go ei ther as a captain or a private. He would use Sharpe's rifles and fire with good aim." In the North Church, soon alter the Rev Henry Ward Beecher said: I hold it to be an everlasting disgrace to shoot at a man and not hit him!' 2 On the same occasion, the same reverend i gentleman said he had never hear of but one compromise which he thought was a good one; and that was contained in an swer which he alleged II )hinson, the boinis 4 Governor of Kansas, had made to Gover nor Shannon's demand fr, a surrender of the Sharpe's rides held by the people of Liwronee; which answer ...

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. — 26 June 1856

How to Preserve "Woman. Under lhi head tho Springfield, (Mas-?.) Republican makes the following very sen sible suggestions, which if more generally adopted by the sex, would produce a class of women much better fitted for the respon sible duties of their position, than the great mass who are daily and hourly seen prom enading the side-walks. Let those for whose benefit it is intended, carefuljy treasure the receipt, and apply the remedies. There id nothing in this world that we think so much of as we do of women. Our motherAVa woman wife, sisters, pretty cousins,-are all women; and the daughters will be, if (Heaven spare them,) they live long enough. And then there is the love of wemen in general, which we do not deny. A fine,-'magnificent specimen of the sex, fall of life -änd heakh aripejed cheek arid flashin'ere, i3 "something that does one good to look at, as she illuminates the hum drum side-walks of everyday streets. A North River steamböa't, under full headway, with colors fl...

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 July 1856

MARSHALL CO r M. e THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POORJACKSON. VOL. 1, PLYMOUTH, IND. JULY 3, 1856. NO. 34. Wfl ! f V) 111 ii J ft J Ik h '; i i 1 L r f" r M e. v iiuskcss iltvcrton). THE MARSHALL DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVLRT THURSDAY M ORT '0, BY t. Mcdonald, and h. b. eicxso::. TEimS: If p;il in advanc-p, At tllO (lid l)f SIX lllMltilV It d-.-Ptved until the end of tho vcir,. advertising- One sou;iic (ten iinVs or less,) thn-e 'f k?.- 1 L.uh vI-r.tK n:n insat'.'n,. . V Cohuan three mouths.. . 1 ("ohuun six month.',- - . 1 . I;i:m iiil' v-;.r, V, Column tliree in 'iit'j.,. . . ("o'l'i.'i, six hi"!;''.-, ., I'o'-ni.iu one vf.tr, f) 01 i . . 8 f ...li? on ... S ...I." 00 . ." 0) ...11 00 ...01 CO ...45 00 i Coinran three m -ritlis,-. -. 1 Column si x months, 1 Column one year,. Yearlv advertisers have tlie privilege of one ch.uiire free of charge. I)c iltmotrat Mh (Dffitr! Our Job Department is now supplied with an ex tensiv...

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 July 1856

-VYV - 1 i 1 i I 4tl it r 5 ft al I i c in 0 c rat ! .VM!' SJ VSXriJJSe',r;.tr t. Mcdonald,. . .Editor. PLYMOUTI f. LD. Tlmisdav Moräina Tal v " 3fd7 lift. ! ! ' . D KM O CR AT I C NOMINATIONS. I'Oil PRESIDENT, JAM KS liUOirAXANJy or r:.N-"M.vt'.. ion vice rirEsiDCNT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KXXTL'CKV. STATU TICKET. For Governor, Ashpzl P. Willard, of White. For Llev.t. Goxcruor, Abram A. IIammoxd, of Vigo. For Secretary of State, Daniel McCluhe, of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dcdd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, Aquxlla Jones, of Bartholomew. For Attorney (fencrcl, Jos. E. McDoxalp. (f Montgomery. For Superintendent of VvUic Instruction, William C. L vuu vnr.K, of Putnam. i For Vlitk of Supreme Court, : William K. Leach, ot Looise. ; Rsjn.r'er ,f Ihk,,t if Supreme Court, , ( ort don i anskk, ot Jaek'on. 1 For Co i'jft v Stull I) i rid t Wm. .. ai;i, of C:-s. I'Oil PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, Graham N. Encn, of Cass, S.mull IL Urs kit. k. of Monroe, 1st 2d 2d 4'.h .Jin Üih ...

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 July 1856

i, I I 'i I 4 v i 4TH OF JTU1LY! The procession will foim in the open spaco in front of the Presbyterian Church, at half past 10 o'clock A; M.t anil march from thence to the Seminary grounds, where the Oration will be delivered. i. o 3. 4. o. 6. 8. 9. Banner; Music; President and Vice President; Chaplain; Orator and Reader; i i 'r ! C IIa .. 1 f 1 O n,wi thr. Mtviflin Juleis i i war; President and irustecs 01 me town ; of Plymouth: ! - i m i -t. a. . Ol T,..i;. i.nr..ia..nl nff t hr .tl S tilt OH i with badges; ; 10. Cilizens jene rally. ORDEK OF THE DAY: 13 Guns at day-break: 31 4 44 10 o'clock A. M. AT THE STAND. 1. Prayer; 2. Singing; 3. Reading of the Declaration of Inde pendence; 4. Singing; 5. Oral ion; 6. Singing; 7. Benediction. OFFICERSÜF THE DAY. President N. SHERMAN, Yice President,.. J. A. CORSE, Orator, . . Reader, . . Chaplain, Marshl,.. JASPER PACKARD, ....II. G. THAYER, Rev. J. B. L. SOULE, D. V1NNEDGE, Asst. Marshal,.. .JOS. WESTERVELT. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. R....

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 July 1856

mit nn nrri.r. r.vir w,d 1,a fni!..i1 MnmmK OuvMoü. hatai'e VOUr ro ltlC.ll a in- I .l.T. f..ilt n. f. ! ""I"r imnn 01 rui ..v, -u a that Iiis sciiso of li-ht and wrong require i cnon resistance to the laws, hemust cheer-1 r i i i if Fa'. I v accept tho loual consequences. It, 1 1 . , i l.OIJ.1 a SC'IJrse OI UUIV , lie CUUJI.IUS rtn.it. w.u law and the immense majority of his f.l- L . r 1 . l ... -... I. n , m.a ; lov.'-eitizens call treason, he must not com plain if the same sense of duty on the part of others attaches the-penalty of treason to hi nets. He may look on himself as a! martyr. He must not complain it others ; treat him as a criminal. I , , . .. , , . , l buch, a we have hastily sketcued them, j appear to us the great features of the Am er- iöan public character. If vre have rightly j slated them, they are full of security for , ll o nr,iflnf fTI of hw fir th fiihir A nation that can govern itself without he reditary legislators, without a church, vvith- dieted for corr...

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 July 1856

'ir5't. w--.. m MARSHAL r THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD FALL ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR. JACKSON. DEMOORAT. I II - A ' K ? 'JT ,'1 . i ?, v. -. j ,-: - :? I : 4 ' - "; .' ' v ? OL. 1, business Birfrtorg. Tili; M.IRSIULL DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING, BY t. Mcdonald, and h. b. dickson. T E itM S : If paid in advance ) At the cml of six months,. 2 00 It delayed until the end of the year 2 50 ADVERTISING: ... 11 fC One s inure (ten lines or less,) three wccks,. i Mich additional insertion,. . 4 Column three months,. . 1 j Column six months, 1 j Column one year, Column three months,. . Column six month?,. .. . , Column one year, l" Column three month?,.. 1 Column ?ix months,. ... . . 5 00 .. 8 00 ...12 00 .. 8 00 ..15 00 ..5 oo ...14 00 ...24 00 ..45 00 1 Column 'ne year,. Yearlv advertisers have the privilege of one change free of charge. flic Hcmocrat 3fob (OfRrc! Our J-I Department: is now supplied vrith an ex tensive and well selected...

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 July 1856

ii Ii) f r 1. ii 1 til 1. 1.. M1M.1 1 i,v-i..i. . a i Tar5aü nno erat t. Mcdonald ly I A' IOUTJ r, I X I) Thursday Momiii?, July lOlli, 1S50. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR rRKSIDEXT, JAMES BUCHANAN, OF PENNSYLVANIA. 1'OR VICE PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. STATE TICKET. For Governor, Ashbel P. Will ard, of White. Fur Lieut. Governor, Abram A. Hammond, of Vigo. For Secretary of State, Daniel McClure. of Morgan. For Auditor of State, John W. Dodd, of Grant. For Treasurer of State, AqriLLA Jones, of Bartholomew. For Attorney Chncral, Jos. E. McDonald. f Montgomery. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, William C. Laukabee, of Putnam. For Clerk of Supreme Court, William B. Beach, of Boone. Reporter of Decisions cf Supreme Court, Gordox Tanner, of Jackson. For Conoress Xinth District, W.u. Z. Stuart, of Cass. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, Graham X. Fitch, of Cass, Samuel II. Buskirk. of Monroe, I t W. F. Parrot, of Warrick, 2d S K Wölk, of Harrison, 3d S. W. StiORT, of Lawr...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 10 July 1856

n.. xj. i.o cü, v.. w.. , : r . ax ALKExcfitGii, as ;i caiMidate lor iientl. ' x-,i.- .......,f..,i .,.1 ,.r i..n;.- .41 COT K 575G 11 n fi y t - T . livi luy I .. And a-. oi .'i';.' v i I T i i: ha ThlJ rr11K 1; li' r! . f n.i i 1 1 . .11 .n.-.. . ! v . r . I NT I? 1 ll!l 1 1. 1 ( I u t . . Li ir:lr n n , . - .. 1 ... .v-tu-n. 3! P i .:' J :li.. oi;i- um uiai, --liiere cueai ioOos ar o.-an i. i.eicnon as ui" nro eri v oi w :n .lor'-an i ,. ,. i... "n .r..i.......i r. ...... .. . ... . .. FOR THE YEAR u:.,. It ... " " ' 49 - V - t V 1 I t r From the Boston Courier, Whig. The Presidential Course. i5TTlic La Porto Times thus dishes up black republicanism. The description is as The Fremont men, devided as they are j vivid it is truthful- between republicans, who are principally j Ycs come out, and plunge into a deep old freesoilers, and 'American republicans' er niore damnabl-i pollution, by a baptism whose leaders have been attached to the : intoan oranzation, the foundation of which ...

Publication Title: Marshall County Democrat
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Marshall County Democrat. — 10 July 1856

FOURTH OF JULY ADDRESS. itY ANuniiW j. nsiiLn. Tho fourth of July! this is our national jubilee our qrcat dev. And i: is beiit- ti'ig that it should be celebrated in an np- propr::ite nuu-ner, by every ircernan cf thi- Mili'nLenei republican country. Th-? t.un. of July IT7Ö, was tr.o birth - d.'.y .f Freedom; such Freedom as never byb'c v;a knvn to mankind. It wa an epoch in the world's history, second only in importance to the rising of Bethlehem's ctiulgent star above the cedar-crowned hills of Palestine. Eighty years airo the eeal was set to our national independence, j "The di: was ens?," the co-ner stone of; it ui i'juoa? uvo.iii v i3 .1 u-jiuu.n: ta-s l'lu. Th-? Declaration of Luh'ien(lence, signed 1 TT . ' 1 ... I . iY r- 1 1 CiiTcII, L?e, and manv others, 1.0 loUL worthy ri-nti -: an-I brave. Where in ! I r ' .:. ! H. .!!': :!; .'1 i DHL III i . - . I .1.', . .1 i' J . ( nullit tJ whi?!i i: may be compared. Our iadcF-Jai-nw 'Vom ih, thraldom of ' rb'b e with age and inhrmiiy...

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