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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 12 June 1879

CommUionersVTjanc The Republican. ADVERTISING KATES. ID PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY ymou Ucsincps rar 1p. 5 laiefti, r Jvar. fcpeciilt nft?s givnijn fgn'ar alvertirP; I.(al Advt'rt:'in'iit tiß regnlated by law. Home mdcI transient a ivcrtisiug inmlo known on application. ' C'liurch and eochty atiuonicrincnta, nmrilec ant ath notKc. fr e. Local notice, in Yhm'.j type, 10 cent per line. Are in.(.rtioD; eccond insertion 3 zm'.e, j Job rriiitlnfc oil the most favorable terms. J . W. SIDERS & CO., ÜO Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan Laportc Sts. TEH MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year; In advance ....I2.0 One copy six months. In advance $1. 00 One oopr three months. In advance,- .. 50. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 12, 1S70. NUMBER 2G. Ine cpublic BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office ia Poet Office Block. Dwelling ob Eat Sld South Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J- M. JENNINGS. T" 1)HTSICIAN AND SURGEON, office with lr. N. tilicrniaa ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 12 June 1879

The Republican. J. W. S1DERS, Editoh. . Tiiuksday, June 12th, 1S79- The Judicial nppiopriation bill has passed the llouee, also a joint resolu tion to adjourn on the 17th of June. The chauce9 of an early adjourn ment of Congress have improved very much In the last two or Ihre days. The army appropiiation till now before the House will be signed by the President if it passes both Houses in its present form. Advices from Vermont and New Hampshire and Eome poitions of Ohio and Wisconsin show heavy frosts Friday and Saturday nights.and considerable damage to the growing crops. A question that needs explaining: TThy the Democratic party believes that fhe National Government should iralk along the tow path and drive the mules, while the solid South rides in the boat? The Democrats of the Houso will probably pass a yery large proportion of the appropriations they were called by the Pre-ideot to make in a shape that the Kepublica'.s will support, and which the President will sign. The India...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 12 June 1879

The Republican. Thursday, June 12111,1879. CI Ty AND COUXTl. John W. ClcavelanJ U lying very eick. Mr. J. A. Cravrfori U vi,i,iaj Iq LaPorte. It ia saivl that suIpLer will kill current worms. The stone woik on tho new Na tional Bank building was commenced last Tuesday. Business in town (3 a little dull tltU week, because farmers are 11 flowing corn. Jlcker lumber shed opposito the de-pot, at Bourbon, was burued Tues day of last week. O it exciaijei siy that rasp berry and gripe vi ies promise an ,1.11 i.x . . n - uu aut jiciu 1.1119 iouui The festival at tho M, E. church Tuesday evening was well attended and was in every way a success. A little son of Mr. RUIinger'j. in the west part of town, died 31on Jaj liijht and waj buried Wednesday. Sir. Gideon Bfotn and lady are in Michigan, with horso and buggy, vis !tia friends. aaI scenes of other years. Tho twenty-fourth annual com mencement of Notre Danto will take placa Tuesday and Vedny3Jay, Jupe 2ith and 25ih, 1879. J. IL Bennett and ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 12 June 1879

0. C. DÜRR,,-; The Republican. Theory ami Met'.utl. There 13 coming to b great danger, Ihe American Ciilitator thiaks, that our farmers will ba killed by theories. A great many writers for the agri 'cultural press some of the j uroals 9 well, it li feared must of the so called agricultural lecturers and "speakers, and a large number of larmers themselves, are so complete ly filled with notions and tbeoties, -that they are f rever kept from doiup The good they might do, and from be Toraing the successful, forehanded termers they might become, if they Vould throw theories to the doj;s. "Well," said a farmer, in conversation Mith a neishbor about LU achieve ments, "I went into the fiel I this morning, and Ite,zan to ca'culateand iplart. "Yes, replitd the one ad dressed, half Interrupting him, "I reot into the field aud vent to work." And if there were mre who did the came, we t-houkl Bt-v amoother fields, better buildings co the farm, abd more general thrift. Kow, theories are all vrry...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 June 1879

The Republican. rUSLISHED THURSDAY'S BY . W. SIDERS & CO., ADVERTISING RATES; Ii i?:n-? card. 5 line, ffi, jxr jeaK fjK.-ciul rat.'? givenjo regular sJvcrtiecrs.' Legal Advertisement as regRlaW hjr law. Ho;ne aud UunnicLt silTiTtisinj- made knows oc aip!ictiou. Chnrch and sovitty announcements, tuarriart and atli notice, free. Local notices, in loly tyj. 10 cents perliiiP, fast insertion; second Insertion 5 cents. Joti Printing on the most favorable terms.' Plymouth, Ind. j Office: Cor. Michigan &. Laporte S:s. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear, in advance, 12. o On copy six months. In advance $1. 00 One eopy three months, in advance,. .. so. VOLUME 2.3. PLYMOUTH, TNDTANA, THURSDAY, J UNE 19, 1S79. . NUMBER 27 'ivTnniith 1 iiC BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Offle in Post Office Block. Dwelling ob Eut Sid oo til MuhigiU Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, Dr. J. M- JENNINGS. 1HT8ICIAN AND SUKGEON. offlee with l)r. N. Hherman over LMuer's Store, on Mi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 June 1879

The Republican. J. Y. SIDERS, Editoii. Thursday, June 19th, 1S79. Wheat harvest haa commenced in southern Indiana. Tb estimated yield iu Floyd county U 22 buhcU to lh acre. It 13 eaid that th Gier 11 backers of New York bar harmonized all their differences and will unito on a Stato ticket to bo nominated on the 2Gth Inst. May be sc, but our opinion is that the Greenback party will never agree on anything except a desire for office, and a willingne53 to aid the Democracy for the promise of a few crumbs. Six months has Congress been lo session since DaDlel W. Voorheca promised the people of Indiana that be would Introduce a bill for a repeal of the resumption act, and still Dan iel is silent in regard to what ho told us was a monstrous wrong. Can it be passible that Daniel intends to go back on his promise, and if he does what are Democratic promises worth? The railroad steam whUtt Is ehaking then-rveaof all Indiana. The author cf the bill says it ought to read, "blow the whistle at e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 June 1879

The Republican. Thursday, June 19th, 1S79. CT2' AND COUXTl. Miss Bincha Wulfe is on the sick liar. Blank noto books for sale at this office. Plymouth boy3 expect to Ret rich by trading horses "siht or un seen." The Plymouth clib are furnish ing the new club house at Muxin kuckee this week. Kev. J. C. Stephens and family, of South BvnJ, are visiting relatives in the city this week. RaJ the B'Je hive advertisement In to days' paper, they have made a change in the price lUt. The barbers on Larorte street nocouot for the welt on a hors-j by 8üjicg that he is fed wi:h long oats. A grand walking and shooting match i advertised to come off at the fair grounds Saturday, June 28tn. . X. II. Ojiesbee was yesterday m- rning moving furniture to Maxen kuckee to furnish his summer resi dence there. O W. Eycstone, returned Tues day clht from a visit to Indianapo lis. Peru and other cities In the cen tral part of the State. Elder Ciasel's sermon at the ZI. E. charch Sunday evening, was one of the b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 June 1879

" )S$s$' s 2'll5ii I The Republican. Satardaj Errain?. Th week hi part, the aabhaTh dawn comes om; list n-M m fmev thy toil is done; A (id, tandingaai'ttM- Wrt.liTt, on th hriak ".! a mem scene heT;?, calmly think X riiat hi gim, is w! and oob hall fce, Ab one that tremfck in eternity. Vor such a this now rloainf eck i pit. Soainch ada-nc!? ri will riwe my !a Such ms tonimiw ahull Ute awful light Ol the et era 4 mm-sing bail my tgt. Spirit of fiHxT. on '.hin .eeVa I MhwI, I rarint lae. piidine Hituences ol thy lifting Thal hau! widen k-a U i-c gently, calmly s7ifl, Vp life's dark, Mormy. tirewme. thniy bill, Ti.o, thou, is every ctorm hast ahellercd nie tleneatb the inp of thy henigaity. A thonsaud craves my fontstepa clrcanivrn.. And 1 txiat thy merry's monument; A thoosand writhe npoti the bed -of pain, I hvr, and'pleaxiJre Auw tliTongü every ein; Want o'er a thousand wretch- tarn tier want; I, circled by ten thousand mercies stand. How eaa I praise then, Father? bsw ex(rea it j d...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 July 1879

The Republican. ADVERTISING RATES. r i o rUBLISHEO THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDEIiS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan Laportc Sts. TEH 31 3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dae oopt one rear, la advance ti. 00 Ob copy six months, la al fanee ft. oo Oaa opr three months. Id advance,.... 5. iican Business card, ft Tine, f, per year. Special rate giroiiTo resnlar adcrtlr. Legal A Jorti mcut8 ae regulated by law. Uoine aiid truu&lcut aJvwtlsiog made knows application. Church aud society anuouacuncots,, marriag aa clat& notices, free. Local notices, In body type, 10 cents per liuc. tret Insertion; sterol insertion S cent. Job Priitting on the most favorable terms. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1S70. NUMBER 29. Renin ib r W t H H H Fi H J JL iL J ILJ.il 'VMa.tL'JL ( . BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, . PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OOc 1 Post Office Block. Dwelling oa Eaxt SIda PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J. M- JENNINGS. 1RTSICIAN AND SURGEON, offlco with JL Dr. N. ölioroiaa ovor La...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 July 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, Jrtv 3!, i$79- ConcTess has adjourned; the mem bers wanted to get bono In time to celebrate the glorious Fourth of July and attend the camp meetings. Th-a extra session of Congress U at an end, and it ended in a total defeat of the majority In their efforts to turn legitimate legislation to parti san purposes. No one, unless the members themselves, will regret the dissolution of a body whose public labors hare been of a rery pernicious character. The Democrats vrere placed on record against the appropriations again, Monday by refusing to vote for appropriations for marshals with out poHtical legislation. Mr. Cannon, of Illinois, offered a bill simply making the appropriations and It was defeated, the Democrats voting solid ly against it. The President, Monday afternoon, sent a message to Congress earnestly "urging the necessity of making Im mediate appropriations for the serv ices of marshal and deputy marshals for the year beginning J...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 July 1879

The Republican. Thursday, Jul v 3d, 1S79. CITV AND COUNT. Excursion tickets on all the rail roads to-morrow. Mrs. Isola Otis, of Teru, Is visit lag friends la this city. Miss Lou Dickson, of Indianapo lis, U visiting friends in tbo city. Ed. Taylor and wife, of Goshen, are spending a few days in our city. Erick-laying on tbo First National Bank building commences this week. The LP. & C. railway will sell half-fare excursion tickets between all stations, July 4th. Judge Corbln and family have gone to Maxtnkuckee to remain dur ing the heated term. C. T. Mattlngly Is visiting In Winneshelk county, Iowa. lie will be gone about four weeks. Weather hot, farmers are all harvesting, town quiet, local items almost as scarce as hen's teeth. A new floor aad other Improve ments at the P., Ft. W. & C. depot adds much to Us appearance, Theodore Cressner left Tuesday night for Little Rock, Arkansas. He will be gone a week or tea days. The great temperance camp meeting which commences at La...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 July 1879

The Republican. A Coster Citj Cocktail. Tact and politeness obrlate many difficulties. A returned miner from the Black mils arrived in to-vrn yes terday, and went to a saloon and ask for some of tho best wlmky in the bouse, and when it was served him, pit it out with unutterable loathing, and said; "I called for whisUj yocng man, mebbe you didn't hear Kie?" The barkeeper said that he Lad beard him, and that be bad given him whisky. The gentleman from Deadwood proceeded with more deadly calmness, though his hand in ttinctively sought his hip pocket. M railed for the best whisky in the kouse, young man, mebbe you did not catch the full significance of my language?" Now, many another bar keeper under similar circumstances would have resented the insinuation aj to bis liquor by pouring it into the, ink and saying: lu don't know fiood whisky when you see it," or words to that effect, or b ve offered the man $500 if he could Cad as good whisky as that anywhere on the foot stool, or in som...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 10 July 1879

t'- M - rt 4 i i A- 9 S I The Republican. PUBLISHED TllVRSDAYS J. W. SI DE US & CO., Plymouth, I no. OrricE: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Si. TERMS OF SUBSCRimoX. Cnecoprona rar. in advance ..t2.o'; One copy ix months, in advance $1. 09i Oim r.opr ttirce months. In iT-lriin,. .. 0. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON lflce in Poot OITW Block. Dwvllin oh E.ut Sid- PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J M-JENNINGS. IHTSICIAN ANI HUKULDN. offl witli Dr. N. 2-itiurmun ovor Latter" a Sur, on Miakhfan atroot. l'lyiuoutli. Jnl. luilenee on Cuter at re-:. oiiwitj Catholic church. : . ' AM ASA JOHN SO ATTO RN K T AT LA W . Prom pi atteatimi ji rvb t culloctiom, stttk-aient ol ikitdcntw' estate m1 fnarUiauauip, tlt-vda, tnoriroi, and other con racta draw a ap and ackaowkxle; menla taken. . - ,,' P O. JONE8, Attorney at Lavv A Notary Public Prompt Bttntion given to kII eUltnn and col atiens trtla feU mi-. ütltw in eorner ot Uaar'a brick. t-ick I'linouth InJ. C. H. RIEVC, 4 TTöKXEr AI ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 10 July 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Enrroit. Thursday, Jn.Y 10th, 1S79. The storm Sunday and Monday did considerable damage at Lafayette, Greencastle, Logansport, Peru, and other points. Latest dispatches say that notwith standing the recent heavy rains, the crops In the west and north-west feave not been seriously damaged. Jefferson Davis has declined the MUaisslrpi Senatorshlp and the De mocracy will probably choose be tween hUn and Tilden na a Preeldtn tlal candidate. The storm which visited the North West last Wednesday night was tery destructive at Vaesa and Red Wing, Hicnesota, at Lemar, Iowa, and many other points in those States and Wis consin. A number of lives were lost. The French miaiaterol the Interior ayitbat France will have to pay $100,000,000 for foreign grain during the current year, A large portion of this hundredjriilHona will bo paid for American wheat. And good times will begin to come for the farmei s of the west as well as to the manufac turers ot the east. The Lon...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 10 July 1879

;-j- .. -..-fc -3- The Republican. Thursday", Ji lv 10th, CITY AXO COL'XTl . Huckleberries aro rip?, riui the crop Is said to be larger than usual. W. C. Bailey, of Peru. w3 in the city Saturday visiting bis brother, Trot. Bailey. Max Ruge la putling in Lis es tablishment, one of the finest refriger ators in the city. The 31. E. Church social will be held at Mr. John Diai'd Tuesday eve ning. All are Invited. 'Warsaw hsa beoa selected as the pUee of meeting for the next State tiunday Sohool Convention. BeT. Charles Little, of Wabash, id II preach in the Presbyterian church next Sunday morning and -'renlas. Capt Bogardas, the great Ameri can marksman, passed thruugk town on No. 6 of the P, F.. W. S C, R. 1. Tuesday night. James Dollar had two bend of atlle killed by tLe I . P. C. rail road, last Friday, about two miles fcest o? town. Professor Ward Is going west la . a Tew days, and If he likes the coun try, will remove thither and go iuto - the cattle trade, A survey Is now Wn cade o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 10 July 1879

Jn-t .I.I.tl, Um- SIX TiacK STAl.I.KNS-TI!Ki:!: I'.I.U KS .THI.TI:i.'i:Y. TI,.. üi.M-t v. ii.l. rf! 4uil U M MTf.ii mhi' Smilioim in Ihr orM. Try w.iH. in tlir. .- c.Mijii.v. '1 l..-y ni.ircli -riTt on iMr html (.-.-t. Tli.'V ri il l.k. k,i.!i-, ln y U.ru thl.Ui.ux. ! lu v 1 ilorm l..e-tlu r at oir and tl.r him toil'1 Oni-I iinpc i.Vi r tlii' liiiflc n( t'.i' iiI'ht tiv.t '1 hrv i t -s.-.vv u txnril. Ttu-ir rtonanu.'iw aro utlwn!iin. kiiJ jul a r-trtlitil uti Lllicrr.li liul lnr.'- l.ilU. 1; Kirt HI;, !! ;ln.-- ol tili l.l.'HtV H:iii-"l I roll in- ol Stuil OTts. I I 1 3 The Republican. PlMerl y Safaes and Irin, Bom very lfetre3sing eriaws haxe ecomtl of l5e, fo which the- horror caused by tile- er5rao tAes ot art- f ether eatxhrr th setat f pity Jbr the misery aoT uDhappjness trt preceded. k was tfmt of the aoor bd who roe2ry äriLfci? h7s 3bree tt!e gftrs fceera he eoa-M aot supfort Jbemt &cJ Iboretf ir try f tw np fn pmJy they woS? !? Ife of shwae. TelMo-ufo rr "J say what w2d ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 17 July 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. AY. SID1SKS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan &. La'porte Srs. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 'Oneopye rear, in advance. fs. w One eopr six months, in udvxneo ft. oo Oaa opr three month. In advances. .. 50. ADVERTISING RATES. nn Cuna cm!. S Huf, fi, ikt year. i I.'Cil Advertiscmeit s regulated by law. I ii.mie und traoeictu adwrtiaiu;; naiie known oat j aj!icti)ii. C'htnvu itd Futiity nuonac uicut, muiic nil i Ml. l otluiulric. I Local not it , in Nxly tyjic, 10 cent per Hue, flrct J iiiPi-rtluu; econ-l insertion 5 reut. VOLUME 2?,. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA,. Tl-IUKSD AT, JULY 17, 1S7. NUMBER 31 Joh Triiilii: ob tl.e most favorable term. he Plymouth BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. a. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OX-e in Poet Office Blitck. Dwelling on East Mile Xoulh Miihijin Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J. M-JENNINCs! 1HTSICUN AND SÜKGLOX. office with Dr. N. Wlicrnmn over Lautr' Sf.-r. on Micuisiiu street. 1'iruioutli. Iml. Ke-siili-nce oa Ceu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 17 July 1879

A r r - 4 The Republican. J. SIOERS, Editor. Tiiuusdav, July 17th, 1879. The Ute Piioee Napoleon was buried last Saturday with a great deal of pomp and ceremony; but there was one sincere mourner, the grief stricken mother, only a few short years ago the proudest Empress Of the world, now an exile in a foreign land, bereft of her husband and son, one of the loneliest women of earth. The story goes that Speaker Ran dall and Tilden have formed an of fensive and defensive alliance: that Hendricks la to be thrown overboard; 1hat the prnMential ticket is to be Tilden and Randall, and that Randall Is particularly charged with framing a platform upon which the hard and aoft money and the free trade and protection Democrat can stand. The weather may be hot, but the Republican party is booming. The course pursued by the Democracy In Conpress served to arouse the thorough inspirations of patriotic duty the country over, and, a9 a nat ural consequence, the Republican party la 8 solid and unbro...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 17 July 1879

The Republican. Thursday, July 17th, 1S79. CITY AND COCXTT. Cook agents abound. Threshing haa commenced. Llttlo Mack U In town thla week. R. C. Hickmao, of Rjcheater, was In this city yesterday. There were twenty-one. prlsoaers in the county Monday morning. Wm. Skier?, of Mtrahall county. Kansas, U visiting the editor of the llEPUBLICAX. We hear it reported that three cases of sunstroke took place in Warsaw, Monday. A strange woman, barefoot, rag ged and drunk, was a pitiable eight on our streets Tuesday. Two ynuDg ladief, daughters of A. C. Elliott, of II ehester, are viaiting In Plymouth, this week. Do not forget the "OH Settlers' oonrentiort at 11 wing well park, in Plymouth, next Saturday. The Methodist Sunday School vlll hereafter meet on Sunday after noon at half past two o'clock. CI Miner, of Rochester, dropped in oa his friends un"xpectedly yes tcrd ijr. oa hU way to Warsaw. Peter Hahn, of Bourbon, made us a pleasant call yesterday, and left us some money on subscription. Th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 17 July 1879

The Republican. Fives. When he ran five, aiul I wa ten, f)nr Tvattn wih wit to I men ; tike my bijj roz.. lir brother Jim, to, how wo lorg'J to lie like him. When !t w tro autl I fi. u. I lau-lictl at her for bcin:j "pretu And fHt mynelf lohet man. 1'omparrU w ilh little Cousin A.r. J?ut whfn ahe nunibrd fiftn year, And 1 wit j tweaty, bot; ami fror The mryllvf routing life nnndlnl. And love 11 lord of II but jyltl ! When twenty mmmm erownel her hoad And twenty-fire of mine had tl'il, hhe yme me larra 1 pve her juhie. Aud then our Bum wat Ave tini- niui. And. at the yearn run on, our live In cafh aud cures Mill count in ve; Fie-do!iar billa bow fiur each cvt ! How quick come twice Öve litt! toe ! Orer-Prodii'lion. the Bural Xew Yorker says it is to fce regretted that any economists should intimate tbe belief th.it there Js, or threatens to be, overproduc tions of the fruits of the farm. Al ready our agricultural interests have too much and too many kinds ol oppofeiiioo. Tbe prevaili...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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