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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 9 September 1869

POETRY. D02TT CROWD. Dox't crowd; this world is broad enough Kor Toil :u well a- me : The itin or art aiv an wide The realm of thought in free; Of all artk'anlaeefl yoa are rilu To chiHwe the best you can, Provided that you do not try To crowd souij other ma u. What matter tfcSBgt Your pile of - j0r scarce can count W rule he can - j0iden ore : rr 'a"nt f uaMly strive to keep or,wl ..mine from his door? r .an? hands and ho:test heart -ione should mn be proud : tfheu give him all the room he D-'k, And never try to crowd. Don't crowd, pr ud Mi?- - your dainty silk Will glisten none th Because it comes in contact with A beggar's uttered dreas : Thi- lovely world was never L.ade For yoa and I alone : A pauper ha.- a rijfht to tread The pathway to a throne. Don't crowd the good from out your heart By (oxtering all that's bad ; But give to everv virtue room The host that miv be had ; Be each day's record such a one, That yon may well be proud : Give each Insight -?ive each his f0om And ne...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 9 September 1869

? TBE DEMOCRAT. KDITSD -LW rc3LI3aD BT D. E. Van YalReiiburgh. Tli t;tla', Sptitr O 1869. Ott PAPER. AVe re-' nt 'tfx readers. IJjLs wet?k. with our pnjx.r aalaagesl aad printed Gram new type. "We have incurred a eaaanaaiaBaf expense in makinir thoe imaioraBKiut n? and expect a Correspond ing i;u i v a in our patrtr.mjre. On datioa should be laruciy in creased. -.: i.ur advcrti.sen.ents certain ly v.-illV We now publish mom reading matte? IBBS. ha.- car be lu e beeil givaa in a county paper of Mar-hall CWWWtjT. This iwt BBCrre over twe nty-utreo eofauuns of reading nuuter, all of v.hieh is. wc think, i.nthvly nexeoptionaMe in char acter, and - as 001 as could he CXpect cd under the circumstances." In return WTC ak the support of our friends. It' it iadouiaMt to utaiw a mpcctlMo Democratic orjjran in this l Bllit J, we should be most happy to have our friends ra express themselves. If v.e meet with no responso to our efT.rt lc Make oar paper mom useful, we shall he compelled to aaaBd...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 9 September 1869

::- :!. - : THE DEMOCRAT. News About Horn?. Our farmers are busily eogaged in sowing wheat, and our streets are unu sually barren of teams and people. Three gentlemen, piscatorially n" dined, captured nine tine pickerel om Yellow river, last Tuo.-.lay. in about a half day. We are informed that the Uli WIM to Pern afforded iaBBpfiBMi satisfaction to a few of the participants and was very pleasant for all. J B. II i ;jitox. Esq.. has received hi- c v.v. :ision as mail apent from Chi cago to Crestline, and proposes entering pea the discharge of his duties next week. The JalIonit." wfco didn't go up lu re. aceor ling to advertisement, has ugrjBM back" on our folk? and left ah.'iit 200 or 300 ticket- in the hands i' Bfsavpeettog speculators. '"Sieh is life.- J. L. Westervelt and family star ted for Kansas last Monday morning. Mr. Wcstervelt has been a resident of our county for, 11 these many years, and our old settlers will miss him very inuch. Wb are pained to learn that Mr. Be lani'ce...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 9 September 1869

Redner th Taxes ! The publication of the monthly debt Statement give occasion tor another of the senseless periodical jubilations of tin Kepublican press. It is asserted that the national h ht has been reduced more than live millions during the month of August, and the country is asked to admire Presi dent Grant ml his Secretary of the Treas ury lor so auspicious a result. But what have fA done, durinir tin: month of Au gust, to entitle them to this shallow and j fulsome praise? They have been jour neying and junketing, attending dan M and clam bakes, horse-races and monster musical festivals; flitting from place to place on pleasure excursions leaving the Government to be run by clerks and side ordinate; the President and win to Cab inet being absent from Washington, and as free from care as the gayest butterflies of fashion that flirt and talk nonsense on the corridors of the watering -place hotels. If the amount of the debt is lessened, small thanks to our jaunting, loating Presi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 16 September 1869

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. .V Q VIET DA 78. BY CARL SPENCER. The dyinsr year grow- strangely mild: Xow in the hazy autumn weather My h. trt i like a" harpy child. And life and I. friend reconciled, (to over the hill? tigutüer. My peaceful days rnn ;weet and still A- waren flipping overhand. Scekinsr the MM of free w'H' To gather tenderer liirlit than fill Day' over-lavUhed hand. : TV nmtner wood with rnrtfic ring, The ringer' i a troubled breast ; I am no more the bird that nimr". Bur that which broods with folded wings Upon its quiet nest. Oh. r;l-r- month of all the year! Oh. sweejest day in life ! they melt: Wit Mb. without, is autumn cheer, September there. September here. So tranquil and so sweet. Oft have I watched all nicrht with irrief. A!l niirht with joy. and which i- baatf Ah. both were -hirp. and both were brief, My Ii -rtrr wa- like a wind-blown leaf, 1 Live them loth for rest. Yir (Hiiat, close to Joy allied. Bur lovin? shadier walks to keep. By day is ever ft my side...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 16 September 1869

cratie Mat t : 1 onnuitice 01 intu- o.....i,..:,..i. 1.1 1 1 ... 1 ... i-. . . , 1 VII V EüHT ' j es nü FJSliVlü V antra an b rtwuatn bt I). & Van fÄtÄiwrgfc. j Tnuaaaatajr, Itftnakn to iv&9. .1 '.". Our n a 1 rrs will be n- tttttaony for ; " dun' BIB2 OUT ; ! but just HOW We find l . -. .. v. .:. ;. i v. lines under i ... tie disapreeahle heading giten above. ; Vc h in -p u ipiitc a consul erahle ini i!ni)ro itr the Dr.woenAT. and bare I i at brgi exponae during the paal year In conducting the paper; and ! : largi .. ; aber - i aur very best iKitroata have been letting thi ;r aeeomta run on rbrso&ietiw doubt leas s great aaajor-1 Keep good fences, especially line I t; that the burdens of taxation have I the Senator front Ohiooa this question, itv - ll a through eareiesmesa. as fences, they proanisc good feeling be- j bee" Itsdueed, and their weight upon When it is asserted that the Goveru mnch. perhaps, on onr part as theirss twecn ncishborH. I the people had been light...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 16 September 1869

Li,i'-,- :n:. r-: -y"jEa2 l - ... T- ISf ?JS1J'R iT S- WiwVI It. B . Sews About Homo. Tv . , - r,t i- i 1 IxiiPosiTt03i of the editor renders it sec saafj tooatri a few articles which .--i;' I f.r tin- mutt er. They U1 .i; ; at MTXl week. V , in J I to omit the ;lr :. r i ele designed I'm-this number relating t . Wa: ; it Station and :i n;itur.J'.-uries-ity." Will appear next week. f am Bremen readers do not rct their txii rrn resrnlarly on Friday, here- A a C ;t r. it v. Hi be '.) fault of OMR. Ttu-v will . the n i rffiee on ThnTadar, and we anticipate no more trouble un this se re. Tbc Her. Charles Beach. Pastor of! I the i'reshyteriaa L hnrvfl t Warsaw, In.!., s&ay be expected t preach at the lreslytt?rian Chnrch in thn place next Sabbath. Tu: rads. have carried Vernn.ni and 31. tine, by rednced majorities, and they f 1 to rejoice, even, -er thai! What ap taej roming to whes thej doubt these two kot-beds of uitoleranee and fanaticism ? Fti the Most elegant boqactaad de Kciom ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 16 September 1869

Pendlet ! " I Tv f;ninnati tu 10th 5nt:int. ft . ported by telegraph "I cannot SgfW with Gov. Hayes, that all vexed question of our national poli tics are wisely and happily settled that the j-rest questions of liberty and union, end the reconstruct ion of the Union, have been made safe. I cannot agree that re trenehment, economy and honesty have been introduced into the management of the Federal expenditures that the debt has been decreased, and is in the course of decreasing, as he states it that the bur dens of taxation have hern reduced, and the;r weight upon the people has been lightened that sound judgment and free dom from bad influences have been brought into exercise by the immense power of the Se cretary of the Treasury : that business is active that enterprise is active that vigor and energy and indus trv are bountifully rewarded thai em ployment b abundant thai daily toil is rainy compensated that commerce on the ocean and on the land is prosperous; and, therefore, I can...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 23 September 1869

POETRY YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. LONGING. BT JAMS L'!lS KL V.O-WKLU Or all the myriad m A . . - -That through r -; m'"rt . Which one wml com thronsin?. So Na- e'er ao rtear. m kind, Tlu- tv odM, m lonirins -.Ti; w e lonir for. that we are, ror one transcendent moment ; Before th- PMssbU, poor and bare. Can make it sneering comment. Still, thronen our psltry ntir ami etrife, urowsdown our wiahed Ideal; And lonsin? mold in d-iv what life rve in the marble Koal : T let the new life in we know, I'-'-ire must npc the portal ; Perhaps the lorrjin? to be o Help bmSH th soul immortal. bssstag i God4 fresh heaeuwarchvill, V. ith oar poor earthward striving ; Wm onen-jo It that we mav be still Com jut with merely Bvtag ; B,J?r- onll we leara the heart's full scope, Vhich we ar- hourly wronsjinir. Vgnr Jive imi-t climb from hope to hope And realize our longing. Ah ! let us hope that to our praise CJood Uod not only reckon The moments when we tread Hi way?, Bnt when the pirit beckons; Th.it BOBM slig...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 23 September 1869

Tllf IlirIDfiS 4 aP I " Uli I'S Til" 11- 1 : ff Ml : vi n: MUS BT IL E. Van Yalkcnbur?!.. TUurxli). "ifpltmbrr 1 SCO. OMASTASD BIS FRIENDS. Th friends of Pfnwfenl (irant lOOB -i ed to WkVf finnrt thing! at his ex- 'n. and we think ar loo severe on I the poor ML.v v h. ?n tluy have forced ; into i position which ho and they knew j full well he was t taHj unqualified to fill wiien they MMg&t Ills elevation. Tiw Springfield R publico, a verv a mf able and rather ImnmsI Radical paper, draw-, i:.-' leetttTJ tj Ifts excellency a mild a the nature ofthecase will admit : of. After adriatac htm, it he must con tinue his tiai'ali i;; Mtnil -Iv. to jn South and ea Unvor t ieirri something useful, it v.u !- up witl . PjB twin "The snpt esaaej of the p irU- that j eteeted Oranx ia tarnt nsnatn; sway in j the South, ana ii i- i:r win wjikr ill over the North. Before ihfl reaction eulnunatca, an 1 vhil yet there i- time to tcuip?r or avert the ihoeh of defeat, it hehoores th-3 he id of the adm...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 23 September 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. News About Home. - WJOB t to-day. (Thursday). , . t i . ...... OMT I" l( HI' I I III.' It' I I , . scnera turn out. We lunre rnoerced conipIinuT.ta.ry tickets frota tka AgriciiHitnd Societies f Lalrte. Kotamko, fndimtpoft an( - irsn-ul ma-t vruea : On th-4 saorwngafthe 10th inst., C. tttanka. IF. Belancek. aged 22. RE VD tklUL NT ot the j The subject of the above notice was b books ever published, and valuable j V i Plymouth, whorehc rcsitled until Büke for aB dMW-Un rflkBUW" , tlic time ofliis death At an early aga rd-Bible Dictkmarv Thet.gent will h bo.-:,n his irecrhi a printing of- ., njir, tice. i time acquiring more than moal u a call upon yon ta receive orocra. i o ability as a printer, and a few months be- CEAaBftUUSa are brought l ere front ! iurc fonJmk became one of the editors Stark county by Uw wagon load, and I of tke 31. Q. RpvUUnn. Though po.s sell fbff over three dollars a hiwliai I ftf rjfjjanyrn ififli imnVind, sonic We are informed that the marshes ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 23 September 1869

Lnvaltv" ana Cold (iamblir.g. I J J I RKTWFFNthonreniiumnai.lhvMr.IJout tommM eftsS affoltl -amblers to increase the premium on coin, the bun- ness men of the coantrr rebeivgptacked E a wav that wi I make Um sore. j The cold ambler, the Secretary of the j Tli i J and the Republican newspapers are operating together to depreciate the , value of Treasuiy notes. .Mr. BotttweD JUAU tli nrrnninn on bonds since ! h- hean to nurcbase them, and avows his : o . . . . ... ! intention to raise tie in ti a par wun coin. The latter was quoted yesterday at 136, and should the Secretary sum ed in stead ilv advancing bonds until they an qnal WkhgoU, the taxpayers of the eountry will then be cheated esil of 36 per cent, on bonds booght by the government, in tnd II per rent., as is now tlie Case. The entire system of rrisontng f all who have opposed the eiim-my redemp tion has tended to lessen the value of lVi.ounrr r.....u Onlr f..v ihr !ir.. the leading Republican m. . . " . . IH'Wsrvin-r III UM- c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 30 September 1869

POETRY. 1 HE DARKENED NURSERY. Thkb'9 room enough in the nuntery now. Twit crowded a little before For when the crib In the corner tat The rocker came close to the door ; But the light wm aweet. und the air waa sort, And the room wm filled with cheer, For we all were chained to the little spot By the voice of the hay dear. Where is the sunshine where la the uoi:?2T Where are the playthings gone ? What shall I do with my empty arms Sitting alone, alone! What shall I do slth the empty crib! W here shall I ist bis chair M ist the darling little one's clothes come down ! Oh. let me leave them there I Nay. fold them np softly and put them by. Life U holier through this pain : Lav up the carriage -check the deep sigh, "Take np life's duties again ; Tnrn the face fully toward Heaven and God ;! His sweet peac hall keep thee still ; Bow low before Him. kissing Bu rod. Aad murmur. 1 ve -Jsst as God will." HOW TO MAKE MONEY. The following characteristic whimsy of the late distinguished poet, F...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 30 September 1869

THIS K.MWR4T. SClTft AXX RBWa BT I). K. Van Yftlkeuburli. T;-trd, frepeuatT 30, 1M59. Gen. Sickloa once more eceuniea : : pronaincnt prukiou Mbn the people of this country bv hi absurd aeti .n rel: i!v." to the recognition of the Cuban ft belli. n on iW p.rt oftlie United States. Ones be&Ht he Mood prominently be fore the Asscii Icsa people. The oecn ieej of his prominence theu is thus Wloflv told bv an exchange: I ''Sona rears aeo Daniel E. Sickle5?. ihor. a member f c.njrross from New poöej of selling gold and buying bonds Y'rk rity, sallied fortll ft m his rcsi- i from next month, and so it i. The last denes in Washington Citj. armed to the ; ttTi0T UVUQ to-day to Assistant Treasu- ! rth. and shot down, without warning. ; m . . n , , , . .i ; rer ijutterficld is to Fell eold to the deicneelesi maD,rartin; to the arbi-, " RUMl of death again the one whom j ;innt ol .OUO.OUO every Tuesday and he wirf had Wrong idhun. Be took the Friday, until November, and purchase la v into hi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 30 September 1869

1 ' : juiimm Ii Iii ilittill. lews About Home. Farmer. Beware! Under the in- f-itoou Radical Rercaae law, the farmer 11 1 .. . 1. 1 : l: any traveler or iravep?rs auu taae I )D llElLTti for Octöboi eontuus . . 1 l J . niimk.r of Tirrr-r.r ' nirl tOint'tl Sri 1 - r idea Ofl h r.kh. fte. KtetJ 1:!Ul'y old have if- t2,0O a5AI aUl i nbk ih u.-w. V . .rn News Co.. 1 I . j liieh : m ... - r tl. t ! I I itlllf.lt 1 tit I ! I ( i I I I illl Ii 11 1 ,1' i t- :.. .. i , r ; ,i r.uulisa tn s -veek in the era "i the T ;. kerbocker Lift Trnuranee Copo-i ;-. r -k roloflses fur tbfl character and riding of tke Company. Read what the leading loomals iravL to say of the i . Tin enif trot tint; made t . fair vj nsa 1 last Friday by De I I v Mr. Knott, of Tuer I us s a four year old and laadi t u i. in L3mimrt439secondTl : -t nie out in fine condition. i''tl.x jo i fax a tcreen. yag bane. a rollnii n oeeurred on the Frt Wai u road I si Saturday niirht, a short distaaec W&i of Foti Wayne, by hieb i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 30 September 1869

T1ip IT York Demoeraiy. Tiik following is ropy of tin- platform unanimously adopted by tfce rinnt Nen York Dewovr.t..c SUU' Couvcution : ..f v..irVnrt.ln convention a- semhicd. meat and reafflrm the plei lue in-TTncr;icy ".-......., .i...v l.sve on of I SV. V ' pub- lie policv. and tnv imi to the history of :hf ir ,.ifh t;,e pcv. eminent, irom or to r. . iTVi .... ' Ä mV record of their devotion it- intere-d-. tluMr tidei-i y 10 us umo.. ...... aitty and p.iriotism. and their unswerving I. alt th Confutation: that a- the party wluch de- rina it- principles trom -en rsou aim ;-' .i... , ...niritrv witti the re ora of oarconduet and our principle-, and demand to bfflÄ purine of ,h Prjncip and taithrul to these, traditions, we MB imC " torntion of all States to their rights in the Vwtam I r the Constitution: the MSL?JK ?H .ders : the reduction ol the .tandtntf ariny . the nboliüon of that hybrid iiwtituüoo- -hei r se I as S Bureau: the : - u KM of the "ghtlitl anlhsarttl of the Judicia...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 7 October 1869

POETRY. A CONTENTED PROPlUElOIt. I n avk plontr of dntinil Tmxwit, lluvi- ulnty i-f i;oltl, nnt to piiv ; I km pteatyof baaaulM emtim lint my (ntl4 are built in tho air; Ami ray vnual are ail airy CPMtOTM, From x-;atifal dr:.nmlaml Ml tb-.-y; Th-y driTe me to 111 And niAntflcvot hall. And tell ne my ooach stops tho way ! But oh ! Yfhat a pest, Wbn it comes to the test I am kept in a dreadful d-lay ! A playuo on thoae wild little vamsals' You rn"t treat a word that th i.iy. And I've h :ard thnt my beautiful (MM Are diy inclined to decay. Father Wisdom adyised mo to sell them To th- public -a ht-ueflf clear And Fancy engaged to 11 them. For Fancy's a duo auctioneer: M'it Ui- markot by uo means was lively, For rastl. tlt call was but cold; lAad and iron were brisk, lint gold none won Irl risk To invent on my battlciuctits bold. my tarrow, unlet, 1 inhabit ih-ni vet. And rathss- N$atoa they're not sold, Ami never a bit am down hearted. For my vassals still ply me witk gold; M.f castles ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 7 October 1869

1 i 1IH r Di rsf ash POHMQ tr D. E. Van Yalkenburc!-. Thm -!rty, !)ctobfr 7t!i, 1SC.9. THE STATE COETESTIOX. We publish ti is week :i call from the Domncratic Centn CeOBOtittee lr :i State Convention, to 1.- bold at InJian- sasho, Jib. 8ti 1870. At this rearm- tam we ao to nominate a rail ötaie ticket, ezeept governor, and we expect to elect the ticket we aamahaate. It bo esaoei the (leuio. r u v of the state to eMMM thcst beat men to fill the import- a JLm 41. s . IV V. iu.'U1n'l . am umrci i ow nww. " w that sack a choice will he aaade. the ver u- c -untie! of the tate mnt send d (legates win v. ill have bat one object the heal interest of the party. A large mr.nl er of eaodidatoa are already before the people, asking for a pjaeeofli the tiekei. Let us select dele rates who will ehe 00 wisely from the lists. If we da to tad the democracy of the -t iti b adopt the nnati eoaroS) we shall not only put up a ticket that will he dieted, but also a ticket that will: relict ere lit upon t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 7 October 1869

Mills' tfi!i ?8 104. AA I 'eW3 .41)011$ Home. i . V:ii;at 93 cts. p?r.uiiM. Ca. s : k a n r.t T bo weather. J i MB Join U. I'ettit has accepted ika aiwfeaoraftjp ot'hwat the ImUnu Staid nnirei itj. . - Read advertisement of "Lui is fur Safe" by orbin k VanVaiknaljsjra. ' , . I ! .l l ii ' '"ii- ar watered in their list. ; 1 ; th s advcrtwemottl of Ureal - .... i Atetosellby Uorbin 4 V an Velken- I I i '!i. Oa examination th Mr prices x. !1 bj fijansd v if i low & ana named Harker was arraigned I IsatTaeadayforan assaahwith attenpt , I i .v .I. c iviiow llarJcer ana aon t ih'Tik he would do it. : ladv attempted to ommit A v. MM .-u , id it Arcros last week, nndaf eur rmutameea whieh we hnnlly eoBsader iiiiiblIiui jiwlifchlfi in publishing. A stray fa me was per ambnlat- ,' in the -iivt- last Hatnrdav aight with ; a t Idle him, but do bridle or rider. - .... .i Tiie rider was en-aged at the tiaie. The e nmnawatioai froai miTti H. 8., . a raik ad nuttom WJfl roeerred too bte fix pn...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 7 October 1869

1 . l Radical DUiegard of the Decencies of NMd Position. Tiik sajdajdosni (Hsrrnrd of the decen cies, to ;iy nothing of the dignity, of otii cial position, and I lie utter coBteiupt of puMic opinion eviaoed 1JF tMl Adminis tr it in, are glarinirly expOMd hy two events of present occurrence (so to speak). I reter to the interview of" two old men," of Virginia. wUh (Jen. (Irant, and the adoption of t!;e sacgestksas of Satrap Reynolds ly the Cabinet in conclave as sembled on Friday. Gen. Grant ditl not scruple to dictate to the LqLMlllWl of Virginia the election of his ' brother in la.v to the Senate, Uktxsagtk Thomas, Rives and lxtn, with scarcely a reference to the obvious impropriety of such direct in terference. TSm dlsgiaccflsl fart, in an other form, hn already been commented paa in this correspondence. The letter ot (Jen. Reynolds betrays the fact that the military power of the United States is swayed in Texa by a petty politician in the exclusive interest of thw rabid winjr of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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