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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 24 February 1870

a i .-r..s, si'!j an&y 1 I I rrs'iinri) rvrr.T ttjcrsdat rr VANVALKENBUBGK & föcD0NALD. r Terms of Subscription: Ore year in saraece, Sir rronTps. Three tronfh " $-2 vi LOCAI A 31 1 Ml-CF.l T.A M.'M -. TfMtU hencftof .neb of our rend- ill an n.av le in pris- n. we announce ' tlic weather to be pleasant. Hon. J Packard. M. C. has fa voted u with crpies of a number of Itc p ub 11 can speeches. It ll Mfseated that the actual editor 1 Of the 7?; mV.Von is not hx prof'ion a Sir. If to, he would do well to change Km -rtaa m r..i.n. tv' i lib, l i. .,'M:Tk W F -Mould be vc::- t rubiish the vi e . ii ,i l it school report of the crrnaed school if fan.MiMlvi-l, rrrv.aml we can i c , " . . S3 well ü nny publisher in town. A FEW adrentarons stiirit? rceentlv . i c i a irv I r i i fc. . I praetice oi ur town pnjaiciaM has been I , i t , soniew hat increased in con.-ejuence. . j Twntfr how the -;sneakinr. east-1 incr. Ivinir. cowardh" pnpnwhohlleM the ! gejwnV'V a afcn, naoBseheater y fe...

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. — 24 February 1870

' . i MC - ' TWT-i MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. A TKAD Bkat One pulled out of the ground. Intemperate Language u Let's im bibe." What nation produces most marriages? Fascination. Why is matrimony like a landed estate? It is a proper-tie. Live is a vapor. Life Insurance is not. Insure in the Washington. A YorNG man's affections are not al ways wrong, but they are generally miss placed. ÜNEjüdiciou3 step backward is better than any number of false steps forward. If you want to seize the first thing that turns up, don't make a beginning on a pugnacious man's nose. Rm out of ten articles dropped in the streets of Paris are carried to the police by the finders, who are made honest through fear. The following toast was; given at a re cent banquet : " The rights of woman ; if she cannot be captain of a ship, may she always command a macA;." X Company has made a larger divi dend than the Wa-hington at the same peri'Hl of its history, and no company stands to-day on a firmer basis of se curity. Wnx ...

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. — 3 March 1870

POETRY. TUE RR WAR IK BT jous a. wHimn. Who. looking backwarrt from h's uianhood'a prime. Sa no; the -pec: i e of hi miaspent timu ? And through the ahnde Of funeral cypress, plantad thick behind. Hear nj reproachful whisper on the wind, Frum hi loved dead? Who heara no trace of fluhion's evil course I Who nun thy ting. O terrible rmon ! Who dj not cast On the thrcis-d page or h:a memory book. At Lime a ami half reluctant look, K-rgnmuL of the pat Alia, the erV. which we fain would shna w e üo, and ham ll.s wianed for good undone : Oar tfvn:th to-day fa Nut to-ru ,rro woakueaa, prona to tall; roor, blind. nnpr Arable servant aLl Art we alway. T wy, ihna lrokin backward o'er hi years, F.eir not h ', wet with grateful tear. If he hath been 3Parm!ted. weak aud ainfiil aa ha waa. To chcttr ia n- mabttli cati;e Hi fellow men If he hath Md4 the ontctut. or lat in A ray of mvsatae to tne call of ain ; If he hat1 lent BtrragthJ he wo tit. aud in an honr of r.eod, O ver the aaST-rin. nvad o ...

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. — 3 March 1870

The Democrat. tf. K. IJaPTALKEVBUBOU. lF,itn Tburiln . Murch 3.170. 2cmoritiio Bist Ticket. For Bati Ustv af State, 50KMAN EPDT, el 9t- Juaspa. For A'j liter of State, JOHN C. SHOEMAKER, af Parry. F.r YMM :rcr of Suite. J AM KS B. KtAS, of Marion. Far Attemc f G a irsl, BAYLKSS W. HASSA, of Tissa, Pal I? MILTON V,. HOPKINS, of Meatgomeri F.r Jodajes of SapresM Const, JAMES L. WÖRDES, of AU D ; ALEXAXIEB C. DOWNEV, of Ol io; SA'i' FT. If. BCSKIRK, of M..riroe; JO i TN PET IT, al Ti ,- eaae . - i The Ki-isrst of V r rmar CnuBfcna Retb. Williams that we shall not re in? Their iiuili. j taüatc upon him by n citing any of his The process of developing the mom- J lmit Jp, m:;y .c fety as m i f radieadraai w ifct t4 w when we M b(.ln, the son-in-Lw of Mr. EUUSHKf 4.1iC l..''lU.li Ul li3 ITUUCP, Ulli : l .... - : . . i... i: in tnjva, aefotthoJejsj. While th wrlm are equity oi the erinunal aets de mat vied r v radicalism may escape m punish aacai aecordhag to our laws, for their crimes, it ...

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. — 3 March 1870

TTTT? PT.TI 1 H.i I KLU PIT LT Silur ETÜRT TniT.WAT ET VUnUKMBMI I MsDONÄLO. Terms of Subscription: nno m ;n Sinsen ?-2 M Wxmooth... " Ml Tsre.- m Local and Misckixa nkocs. El r. A C BAFUH will oTinduet n - Kgions seiiieei at Wsatwult hall next Btnadaj morning ami afternoon. All are KTited. Tnr rciiLrruiti ii of the Her. Wm. Lira jr., has been accented1 hy the testry of Pt. Thomm drareh. Partie interested v. ill please take notion. J. C. Cushman furnishes ns this wck with eoaac interesting itcn.s rela tive to the hit.' session of the circuit court. Tp.adc in stank ikini has I sen live ly the past week, judging from the stench which has Been so thick at times that it could hav. been cut with a knife. .'V m 4.1 our excnanircs cop from this pap r. and credit the Itcpub j: . at. ,. :i '". iiu ,i. i.oo: 'iui; tuu iKlliliit'I Ul saarriaec Beenaea and divorces in thai easnats the past year. Geo. Davis ii the namo of the joong man who suicided on Tuesday of heat week, near Argos. His age wa...

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. — 3 March 1870

Scandalous Corruptiou. WashJnjjton i Feb. 2 CovTOflpcaaSmm of the Balti more Gazette. It would be sate to say that no govern ment, ancient or modern, was ever carried on udef sucb unscrupulous corruption and brazen cftrntery as that of the United State :it this moment. Bribery and eor ! iption are shamelessly avowed as the foundation of the whole superstructure. Tin- hi chest places in the Cabinet and ImwImhi have beea unblushin?ly par eeled out as rewards for money previ ont lv " had and received " by the appointing n wer, and we now Me that me practice has been COmmoR to sell for money the future posts of commiml iifthe army and n ivv ! The'iiannnr in which the inves tigation ha- been conducted in respect to the sale of cadetships has rendered it, n -vertheless, dangerous to publish par trulars. I have, therefore, refrained fr m ffivin? facts brought to my notice in a trustworthy manner. I may saMy, however, extract the following specifica tions from a Sunday paper published here,...

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. — 10 March 1870

POETRY. A leVMfS A UTAX AC Tis not t e sins i:isr "' the idrd Nur bnrnie marine Ir-1, Thai u ikv- th.; nierry month of May 'I hr i roe ' Spriti; to nie; For weie it in the inter can hi Ami mi aw c ad every tre. II I anie V hand I only ban hi 'i:- the bpnii-ti jiu to lue. T - not the blooming o' tho rose Nor hnmmins; o the bee. Tli i' m-iker- the leafy month o" .line The Snmtn -r-time to me: For w ere it Winter iald and drear Ar.'l na-flnlevery tree. If I hu- ken t hat .Jennie's near It IBs taMfttM to me. Were --irlv Winter frae the yenr To T ike lour time hi share. And roh th other eason quite. i rj. - trv I wadBH care ; Wm ii niy .le nie kM m-: weel. And if he constant be. Th ini, r time and th- Stunmer-timo W i n-ver ;.' !rae nie. MISCELLANEOUS. ( VIT VI BEN'S CHOICE. An old rod house on a rocky shore, with :i nhc;rm m's Mu I .oat rocking on Ibi bey, and Iwo waits sails glistening III away tutet the water. Above, the blue shining sky, and below, the blue, shiu i ne na 8 It seems c...

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. — 10 March 1870

LA TT cDOAL, gallon. Thnrid)', Maicli 10, 1 H70. Iemcr title Stute Ticket. For Secretary of State, JtORMAN EfiDY.'of St- Josrh. fur Alitor of State, JOHN C. SHOEMAKER, of Perry. For Treasurer of 8tate, JAMKS B. RYAN, of Mari". For Att'irncv (Ipnernh B AYL ES 3 W. BANNA, of Vigo For Superintend mt of Public Injur'Slon. MILTON P. HOPKINS, of Montgomery. Tor .T:v!?r.R sf Supremo Court, JAMF.S L WORDEN, f AH ; ALEXANDER C DOWNEY. of Ohio; SAMUFL H. BTSKITIK, of Monroe; JOHN" PETTIT, of Tippecanoe. Want of Harmony." The aigna of the times unmistakably indicate the growing resnveness of Re publican leaders, and especially Repub lican eoagieMUW, under the rules, reg ulations and policies adopted by the prcseot sminmtnUion. Tfce rmfmal portion of the Radicals do not materially smanmwa with the principal measures ad. Died by Im admiuist ration, but ia . 1 . I to congress. Tuis manner is complained of as being dictatorial, with not as much , as 8 bv font learn,1 &c. The man at the other e...

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. — 10 March 1870

TES PLUOüTH DEMOCRAT, mUlUO KVTBT TirCÄSDAT BT Ä!1VÄLKES3UF!GH & f3cD0?-ÄLD. Terms of Subscription: One rear in advanew 5!r MSWatl - Tare- months " . fa OQ . i oo . Mi Local AM) MISCELLANEOUS. tat, Ox t!ie track near C, C & L. depf. on Friday evening, the 4th, a bundle c-ntum'ng a hr )'iia hiv. l. one vsrhite an !-purple scurf, one child's cloak, one bottle ef Ayr'.- Flair Vigor, and a pack a?2ofb'a:ik subscription receipts for "The Plymouth Democrat.'' A eni table regard will be paid fox the re turn of the articles, or for any informa tion that will enable ti3 to detect th person or p?rs ni who may be uulaw lv retain nig them. as O It takes but two dollar to eteure TfiK Democrat for one year. It lis said that the man who has D Q "financial transactions" with a" certain clergyman" is very lucky. There stOI be service at the Pres byterian church next Sabbath, at 10:30 o'clock a. in., by Gerrit IIvyser, of Michigan ; and in the evening a union meeting at the M. E. church. THE ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 10 March 1870

CT IM II AS TR l Y. Bob hal no roVa that the doctor wis behind him a? he pok- d the Tnlentirn unipr the front .'.oor. Had he not 1 ecn to flustered to look around, he would nate seen him, anil had not the doctor hn df. p iu a medical reverie about Jane TixUl's collar bone, he must have spied tii. 'tapper figure as it darted away, lint as it was, he rambled lor his key a mirute, and thn rans? the bell, and while doing 10, pyini: somethtag white audi r the door, he picked it up and tare it open. Tore it op.-n! that letter! with all its iav ishn'Tit of border and blue eeal ! that let ter over which Bob had sat up till two a. m. rooadinc his anjriodl arid curling the tails of hio r and ('s. Was it for (hit that he bestmved so many slaps on his forehead? O Fate! Bridget, that faithful servitor, answer'" I the hell, charged with a message which she was bent on delivering with the lens possible delay. 41 If you plaaaa, sir, Mort on -J.mes'-wife's aWUnr! a be-n here, and little Johnny's a f...

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. — 17 March 1870

POETRY. rot i m9 DKPARTME TBM TWO WORKER. Two worken in one fi !d ToQai im from rlav to da?, dl bad the -:me hard labor, Ikuli had lie rnni.- -ma'.i pay ; "'h 'he same blue :-kv above. The famo irretu --as leluw, if in ill wn fail or lore. The otV.ur lull of woe. ÜB leniK-d np with the !i?ht. ith the soaring or the lark: I'm reit i ever night. r ru -onl w:;s ever dark; One heart wa hard a -tone, On i hr.-r wav Ter t-av: Om work d ihm ij v i groan. Uae whistled all the day. had a flowpr-rlail cot Bat id a merry mill, Wiii- and rhtldrei 1 i :.r ;he snot M .--t-r. lit-r r -till ; ) ,i wrnched hoe' h id. Full oi i:: eoid. din ai.'.i din. N wonder ht iwacd mid. Wie itui children Starved with is. Stil 'l ev worked ;n fhfl SSM Hold. I' ' (1 .n frem rtav o riav B .rt hid The mm hard labor. Both had The MUM MMil pny; Bui f ey work -d no- with UM will. The reason e BM tell I' ih ore drank at the BtlQL T,ie etb T ar Ti e VB. MISCELLANEOUS, HE B0DY-S3 rCHCRS. " Thkiu:'s very abm-i. i. mate l th...

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. — 17 March 1870

I I The democrat. B. E. V AN V A LK E N BURG II . ,-,,,, latt McDonald, jMiiors. Thnroday, March 17, 187U. Democratic State Ticket. For Secretary of Stat, HORM AN EDDY ."of St- Joseph. For Auditor of State, JOHN" C. SHOEMAKER, of Perry. For Tr":t'rcr of State, JAMES 11. RYAN, of Marion. For Attorn?v Oenoral. BAY LESS W. HANNA, of Vigo. For S';pcrintenlnt of Public Instruction. MILTON B. HOPKINS, of Montgomery. For Judges rf Snprmr Court, JAMES L WORDEN, of Allen; ALEXANDER C. DOWNEY, of Ohio; SAMUEL IT. BUSK I R K, of M-:roe; JOHN PF.TTIT, of ripptct&oe. DcmtHTiiUc Cental Commit - tec 3?cetisi:. There will be a meeting of the Dem ocratic County Centn Committee held It the oftice .f P. E. Van Vai.kkx- Bi mi. Esq.. ob Tuesday, March 20th. at 1 p. m . sharp, at which time every r:;: caber cf tho committee should bo BfBSent as Ibn is a meeting of much importance. "The Sic'ss.r 'f,olfix., TIm radical camp is in a c BftftBt tur mml L- neernmir 111', ii lit. -vi- V.-lll-t-" for teagrcM...

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. — 17 March 1870

t ip AII1 I J I UU l!i!'U f 1 I. Ii 11 I'll in Pi IliIllUUlll JJUPilTJ rr3i::tsr rrEr.r thucdat bt IIWIUDIBOrTaVfl & fScDONALD. Ter. vis cV Subscription: One jmk ia advance,. Six aseartaa. . 'l . 5 Locai and Miscellaneous. Koottz & HohaSj, al Üte cnting ::ouse on Luprtc street tret uy good gnib as we know from pearaonal experi ence. Call on them !"r rcfrcsbnwuts. "Why cannot some of our merchants follow tHo city fashions by paving out snecie chance? Probably became thev haven't got it. The riochcior Standard office is of-f-.-.-ed fur aale. Tt fariiiames a good eaanc j f t a live, md istrious man to engage ia the printing business with flatterir.g pruspeet. of fucccss. Tun publicntim of the Lagrange Democrat has been resumed after ?. sus pension of a few months. The Demo crat is a iarce. welMHfai sheet that should be very bberally patronized by the people of Lagrange. Van. of thi? paper, is absent without 'ur permission. We had detailed him ?is a cansnirttee of one to adminis...

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. — 17 March 1870

Tlic . nti-Court Crusade. Whnt hive bilfsaM of the fariOOj erasa I BgsJnsl the United States Supreme C art with which tho present session of muress openeil the assault, we mean oa Ike drowsy :inl gflending judiciary v hVM the raiit i ous Trumbull be can, and lac headlong Praise repeated ! Trumbuil presented us with a bill to prohibit the cant to decide qosstioni with political features ia them ; and Drake presented d with a bill to prohibit the court to de cide any act of Congre unconstitutional The NtteOOffl Senator is so well known in Con cress for the vindictive violence of his satniairtiB, tnaJ his bills rarely attract se rious attention ; but the Illinois Senator usually possesses so much discretion, and a ways aumis so much more, that his propositions, mining as they do, from the Judiciary Committee, are supposed to mean something. How are we to explain, them the singular recent quietude of these two menacing bills, and the strange silence of their authors? Has reflection give...

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. — 24 March 1870

POETRY. VOL! US' UEiAH FMKN' TUE 3WOML A SD PLOW. 1 who 225i2 2ft 5 Ive heard 11 "M win Pen rhat his end drew near: An h To pun them hi? goods and Mr, cjnea htf f-oiw before hi bed IL- CH1U-. tor hi- plow, hu called Tor hi sword, i "( gm last, u-ood Htid hrare ; aL o"1' ,k""' h rather a word, Aud thud he ii- Kea-iu- i:;lTC : ' i ttaa my .-word rotain : My eaatla on the lordU h. isht, a And all my broad domain. w Ith-, bot well-loTcd vouuger boy, j plow I h-.-,. beatwi A Mäafkl alb afcat thou enjoy lu lh- uiM aie below. Vo'i'cr.tod nk the Ire o re.t. Now ail was L'iTt-n away; lW m afa last bohsst, h ru to Li- dying day. w te !1 m what came of th, "teel of tlatue. eii in - ru-t e an-i it ki,;.,h And tell u- what came ol the Valo o tame And tho humble peasant wiht. ' 1 k not of nn; k ..I . u im uui in; ; e M tl,.. n, I... I ... mi.- rouuiry rouiKl I TU height b bat dcert ground. Itnj th Vafa f Hill w!d- in the f TTNll pride It tum - and ir ripen far mi wide And t ue honor a!;des with t...

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. — 24 March 1870

I i UK DEMOCHAT. JLAIT M..- SAI J, 1 T . .: :. -.y. Marcl 84, ISTO. lftnicrrsitii S' .Av Tifkol. For PuMlelJ of St:ite. nokm.vn ;:iiv. oi Si- Joegsa. r -r An litnr of State, JOHN C. SHOEMAKER, of Terry. F .1 YttMUtr of State, JAW Jt UYAN, oi Marion. F r Atf.r;; v tlenem!, BAT LESS W. IIA.SNA. of Vigo I .. Snnerlntei ' i el FnlU Instnaetien, ' ; il.TON i'.. Hi EUiS, of Montgomery. For J -. !. .- f SapmM Censt, JWf.S L. WORlLN, 0 Alien: ALEXANDER '. ToVNFV. of Ohio; 9AMI Et H BUSBI if Monroe; j PET FIT, ef Tippt A FnpdtiM to Democrats. Fetfinq titf im'toitanct of nn extruded circulate m ' f Democratic h'nc papr d'rt"j campaign noix p tuztntj. ce - n to fwmiA The lLMorR.T j ft m MA r ö. 1870, to JULK&AR 1 1, , ia1 -a. -pr'nT If. "7' 'J C I j-. i. io-iriuzi .u y yi.-a - ; '"or or: oi.ir.A3t in advax( E. Ai Hui rale, no name can he entered vpr.7i our books mtcM n Sbh accompanied by ! , ,. . t made this propost- a w f m :i roM. He or mnd' this propf-st ;i"n term (ihral at the solicita...

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. — 24 March 1870

I THE PLYMOUTH : liUUUUJ Tr3:.inEO rvtr.r tuvrsdat ar VIMwAUh?i3ÜRfcH & u UÜNALi . j Terms of Subscription: fB vcar ir. aävaece six mntr . Tn months ..fSOO . . . 1 03 1 ' j Local and MiseEiXAincoua TBI streets are muddy. Br CK k To AN have a new Fife. S kW-LOGJ CUM into town lively dur- j Saturday nj?ht Jast nmc PC0UU. ii:ghc r .renskighing. of Mr. rT.Turll A OkooS-VAUC cleaner dene good ' who lives about two miles south of Ar StSWiee let a few mome.its Inst Monday genend toot therefrom a chestnut rin ;-,,. ! colored home, and decamped to parts Plymouth needs a ftwfeanr of mu- j : who understands his business and wi". attend to it. CoMMOS Meal Court will convene at : v PtrauMrth, one week from Monday Hear Hear v '. Scnscmrnxms who fail to get their I Miwn minrlv arc rffiuested to notliv f. "V. Am lki mat be remedied. U . - -.l--- t , - RoOP -KTT, no Innerer fit to woar. . vi '.. t -iu ir iv re w.reu p inio piuci-v-, , ; ,. ... , .i . 1 j baskets. Sc.. which are both useiul and ,...

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. — 24 March 1870

Increase of y V; "iiditiire. Ttras bur, tliere lms ln.n no attempt to controvert the ttsteneatt ma-W-by Con mawi Peck, of Kentucky, in his speech in the House ut Wiishington, on Friday, i tnceralta the expt mlitnres of the gOT arnoaent Inr the riirrent fiscal year. He snM th.it !M,IHXVWJ of uncxpi-ntlcxl bal ances reaaaining in the diflbvent deput aaenta of the government m the "JOth of .lu;;.- I i-t luv.- been aiul will he expended during the current fiscal year, and that Ike ;t!tniiiilrati.a and Mr. Dawes, in try ing t show i it taetimof tipfS. have nt klkea into tier unt one dollar of the Bl -v-uin. It enable! ('ongress to cut down KopropnatioiH inmn nscly, and Grant and Dawes have dealt with appropriations in st. -ml of actual expenditures in figuring a reduction ot expenses. Mr. Dawes, in his reply to Air. Beck, did n d deny the 'tatt nu nUs of the latter, ex cept in iving that no one could tell what tin- actual expenditure! of the govern in. -it fat the current fiscal year wil...

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. — 31 March 1870

POETKY. TBE BACHELORS HMQUJJSM Gowa fetto -rave I with no one m cheer hmi, Wo children to ki.N! h;u.,.iio iiieuda roum Alone ih hie hem! on an eroptv cL'ar Hi.- lee. uii tho feaittr lie lay down to die.' "! " "? V fri'Krt", to -rround him - mm I.ii- LLIH. I lit Illll.- :n-lt r ...... .. e nvifltM'n Who lei: Ml rich meal of Lis boots and hi To fini.-h thoir feait whoa hi.- spirif ha gne, llargsnl and worn are tbe hacito.'or's r- Iii- bntom all nuk.-n. hia iro- '!lre: HftscraMsekw cua ,. wita ono , 5 ,IU!y d-?mP-light 'cm: aWm park to And thia i3 the end of th? nerclcis camp. per ; t writhe- 'm-ath thy mMbct, ln-t pacj of torturing cou- Iii li-om ; lie tin iik- -' Ting that i ever hear. d vet g j, .1 Um il.-i i-atid-ol heart- he ha- Broken, Jt lltmii oi lovis ha hi.s won to forvt. fl.irk ' herv"- a raafttaa of rlcs in tlie aaSfV, And da'nitilv treadim: tame prettl young feet. The door fwin-a ide . pu the datbaakfl Ibrfr litre-'. The Ii. ri and hie victims oncrlli aeUBl meet. There wer...

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. — 31 March 1870

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Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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