I've used the Hornady 158gr XTP in my Marlin in .35 Rem.. I'm sorry to say I wasn't really thrilled. (Accuracy or velocity, RL-7 or H4198 might give better velocity/results)
I believe you will be better off to just order some 200 Rem. Cor-lokts and load them over either Hod. BL-C2, H335, or Win748. Accuracy is good and performance is Tailor Perfect for this cartridge. I use 41.0 BL-C2, or 40.0 H4895 with this bullet for 2,250fps. Usually drops deer DRT (dead right there), with solid hit. Marginal hits give good blood trail to follow, usually short too!
I also like 180gr Speer FN. Probably the best bullet available for .35Rem.
43.0 of H335 gives me 2,500fps/2,500ft.lbs., 2" 3-shots @ 100yds and a 220yd point-blank range with 3" high site-in @100yds.
I'm lucky with my rifle in that w/180gr site-in, the 200gr loads hit POI/POI @ 100yds. The 158's hit about a foot lower and required resighting rifle.
P.S. I have had good fun with some light cast bullet loads. The Lee 158RF over 5.0gr of ClaysUniv. fed and functions good, accuracy is "minute of beer" can to 75yds. The Lee 158GCHP over 10.0gr of ClaysUniv. gave 1,550fps and 2" accuracy @ 50yds. Over this, the accuracy fell off due to the Micro-groove rifling. I'm considering a 180-200gc FN mould either the RCBS Shiloutte or Saeco .358 200 GCFN.