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

Coinm The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS 8c CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One eor.y one year. In advance f2.Sa. Oue copy six months, in advance $1. 00 One eijpy three months, in advance,. .. o. The Plymouth Republi VOLUME 2a PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, .(I NK 12, 187. ADVERTISING KATES. B.-.sinc? car lt, 5 liii", $6, pat year. sriiil nft sriv. njto r- L'ti'ar advertisers. Lt-gal Advertisement a regntatwl hy law. I Homo ml transient a lwrtisiug made known oc applicatiuo. Church ant! tociity aiiunn-jrcintnta, maniac' atM ath noiiee. fr e. ' LfKal notice, in hody type, I cent per line, (Ire inpcrtion; k oud Insertion 9 zea'.H NUMBER 26. Job rriutlnR on Uie oft favorable term?. BU&INESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTOM, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Otice in Pur (Mice Block. Dwelling ob Eat Stde iSouth Mit hijjan Mm( VEYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J M JENNINCS. 1HYSI('1AN AN'L SUUOEON. offlce with Dr. N. Sberruitn over L...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 June 1879

The Republican J Y. S1DERS, Eorroa. I Tiii-ksiay, ri uth, 18791 The Judicial appiopriation bill has passed the ilouse, also a joint resolution to adjourn on the 17th of June. The chauues of an early adjournment of Congress have improved very much in the last two or three days. The army appropnation bill 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 gome poitions of Ohio and Wisconsin show heavy frosts Friday and Saturday night,aod considerable damage to the growing crops. A question that needs explaining: "Why the Democratic party believes that fhe National Government should walk along the tow path and drive the mules, while the solid South rides in the boat? The Democrats of the House will probably pass a very large projortlon of the appropriations they were called by the Pre-ident to make in a shape that the Republic1 s will support, aad which the. President will sigu. The Indianapolis ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 June 1879

The Republican. TavasDAYf Jumi 12th, 1S79. CITY AND COUNT1. C I. W.W. Dedley, United States Marshal for the DtatTfaf of Indiana, was In tli i s city hist Saturday op. Lu?i ne?s connected with his ofii v. II i la a Tery ajle mat and social gentie- The attention of the Board of Health is called to the several stagnant pools of water in diff Tent parts of the city, caused from not having the proper sev rage to catry it off. John W. CloavelanJ t lying very j I sale at the Hirer ulican ofllee, perforMrs. J. A. CrawrorJ b ritiOoj la ated for learing free from gtub withLaPorte J ouj tne U9e Gf a paper tearer, the only It is said that sulpuer will kilt j hooks of the kind in the county man, and we were glad to make his ! Especially is Waluut street subject acquaintance. Blank note and receipt books for current worms. The stoae wotk on tho new Na- j tional Bank building was commenced ! last Tuesday. Business la town is a little dull 1 thU week, because fanners are all plowing corn. Ackers' l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 12 June 1879

The Republican. Theory ami ÄfC od. There is coming to t great langer, tbe American Cuiivator thinks, that our farmers wi'.l be killed by theories. X grent many writers for the agri -cultural press some of the j uruals as well, it is feared must of the socalled agricultural lecturers and speakers, aud a large number of farmers themselves, are so cooiplete4y filled with notions and theoiies. that they are f rever kept from doing the good they might do, ami frum be Turning the successful, forehanded favuiers they might become, if they rould throw theories to the dogs. ' Well," said a farmer, in conversation Hfith a neighbor about hid achievements, "I went into the field this morning, and Il evan to ca'eulateand plan." "Yes," replied the one addressed, half lntt n upting him, "1 went into the field trud went to work." And if there were we$M who did the Eame. we t-houM a - amoother fields, better buiMiDgs cu the farm, aud more general thrift. Now, theories are all very well, and a etudy ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 June 1879

""Vi "K, 9 The Republican. FUBL15HED THURSDAYS BY . W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan ft Laportc S:s. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear, in advance, 2. M One copy si x mouths. In advance $1. 00 One cupy throe month, in advance,. .. ao. The PI vm m 1 1 h Republican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 19, 1879. NUMBER -27. ADVERTISING RATES: Btw'n? cards. 8 line, ffi, pit jvmr. Sjicctn! rst s t'ivonjo regular savcrtistr. I '-,'al A ivcrtiscmeuts i4! rtyrlat! hy law. MM and tr.uaii:ut driTtUiof tuwle knows oc application.. Cliarrh and soekty anuotiQi i-iuvnts, niarriaft iuhJ tit notices, fiw. Loral notices, in liody type, Kt cents per lim-, Iii"' insertion: acron! insertion 5 cents. Joli I'rintinj: on the most favorable terms. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON - 0 -e in Pool OftVr Bloek. Dwelltni: i .- -Mouth Mi ti'i iii Mmt, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J M JEBHINCS fHTHICIAN AND SUHUEON. offlee with ßr. N. Hkorman over ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 June 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, Jtne 19th, 1S79. Wheat bui vest baa commenced in southern Indui.a. Tnt eetimstted yield iu Floyd co-iuty i 22 boalscls to thencrc. It is sa.ti that tbr GrveaUscken of New York hare huntvuizeii all their differences and will unite on a State ticket to bo nominated on the 2t h Inst. May be so, but our opinion is that the Greenback party will never agree on anything except desire for office, and a willingness to nil the Democracy for the promise of a few crumbs. Six months has Congress been lo session since Daniel W. Voorueca promised the people of Indiana that he would Introduce a bill for a repeal of the resumption act, and still Daniel is silent in regard to what ho told us was a monstrous wrong. Can it be possible tfcat Daniel intends to go back on hie promise, and if he does what are Democratic promises worth? The railroad steam whist-. 3 Is ehaking the u-rvescf ail Indiana, The author of the bill says it ought to read, "blow the whi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 June 1879

il 1 11 1 H 0i SH IUI MHj rfl W. W IMJ1 H ilHiWMa I M MMUH I T 1 The Republican. Thursday, Ji'ne 19th, 1S70. CITi' vl.V COl XT) . Miss Bineba Wulf is on the sick Int. Blank note books for sale at this office. Plymouth boyg expect to pet rich by trailing horses "aiht or unseen." The Plymouth el ib are furnishing the new club house at Muxinkuekee this week. Rev. J. C. Stephens and family, I the appMcaat from Argon was rfiin of South B mi J, are visiting relatives ei HeaMt because he w is not a realln the city this week. j dent of the township. We have no Rjad the li'Je luve aMveriHoment iea on, however to chancre our oiua- In a card published in the Bourbon Mi n ur last week, Robert Seuroeder, of North township, accepts the proposition of n. Earnaby and others to publicly discuss the proposition "Are the Teachings of the Old aud New Testament Scriptures true and of Divine Origin," allowing Barnaby to fix the Itmq and place for the discussion. Mr. Scroeder wili aftlrir. that the Script...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 19 June 1879

The Republican. Hatardav Eveainsr. Ihe week ! part, the a-abkatti dawn as Meat res tn sesjre- -thy toll is tkaac; And, standing as lb" ti:.l.-t, on th hriak 'IK a r sreneSM hcTft, ealuil tliink 1 H what 'm goas. Is MwT ami froon stmH be, Aa on that rrea1le in et rtiity. Vor such ai this mm i Uxiiif nova is pit. Niaath wi.irra-- tifi. .'- mv Is. Sock aa to msm w sftaal tan awtui liph r Of the atend-4 Moraine hail niTqjat. Spirit of wnd! on .his wreVs tSSrS 5 t ii't, Tracing ia- puidiwtc intuitu es "l thy I sad; That hand widen l.-a Is at gout! v. calmly Vp life's dark, stwrnty. tireMne, thorny MR, Ti.on, thou, in every storm hast sla-liervd uie IW-ncath the wiii) of ihr i u.gnity A thonsaud Kra.-e my footstep ctri-naives.. And 1 txiat thy aerey'a momiMieiit: A thousand writhe npoa the bed -of pain, I Hre. and'pleasarr flow thToogU every vein; Want o'er a thousand wreti htr oann her wmi.t", I, circled by ten thousand mercies stand. How can I praia them. Father? how express My debt of ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 3 July 1879

The Republican. FUBLIJHBD THt'RSDAVS BY J. W. SIDEBS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan fc Laporte Sti. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, j fta .. ir.. r., I III I ' i nn ! copr sii months, lc aUvur. ea $1.00) (JALil. A J" -.'J. I I The Plymouth Repub ican. Ono upy three months, in ail vanef!,- . 5. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 3, 1879. NUMBER 29. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. ADVERTISING RATES. Business card. A üik-, ffl, per yuar. Special raise pi vono remlar adaertlaar. L-L.;kl Ail r.rtiavmeu am regnlaUxl by law. Ilomo Mid truusicut aUmuning made knoau ea kSfBaataia, Church aud eociely tnuouaccoienta, marriage1 an datb not! ces. free. Local notices. In body type, 10 ceuta per lute, trat iuerUoc; sccon r insertion 5 cent. Job rrin ting on the moct favorable Unna. THE SICK AKTIST. T. A. GORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ottca is Poet Office Block. Dwelling on Eat Sid.. Suatli Mutiigtu Street, PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. Dr. J M JENNINCS. iHTait'IAN AND StJRGEON. oOce with Dr. N. hlioraiau ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 3 July 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Ewtor. Thursday, Ji'T-v 3d, i$7i Congress has adjourned ; the mem bei wanted to get hone in time to I not be performed and tells id made to that part of the bill which appropriates money for their support, but coupled with it are provisions which are identical with those which the President has disapproved in previous bills presented for his signature. He says that uhder this bill certain duties of the courts could them celebrate the glorious Fourth of July and attend the camp meetings. a r m i o xn-s extra session 01 Luugress is uu , .... 1 .... I 2 nnail in ll t . , I , t ?a r 1 nil tlUU, cUi I L luucvi iu a iisiui uvisui of the majority in their efforts to turn legitimate legislation to partipan purposes. No one, unless the members themselves, will regret the dissolution of a body whose public labors have been of a very pernicious character. plainly that he will not sign bills which contain provisions, in his Judgment contrury to the constitution. An...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 3 July 1879

The Republican. Thursday, J iL v 3d, 1879. C7V" AND COUNT 7. Excursion tickets on all the railroads to-morrow. Mrs. Isola Otis, of Peru, is visiting friends in this city. Miss Lou Dickson, of Indianapo Ma, u visiting friends in tbc city. Ed. Taylor and wife, of Goshen, are spendiüg a few days in our city. Brick-l.iytngon the First National Bank buildiug commences this week. The I. P. & C. railway will sell half-fare excursion tickets between all stations, July 4th. Judge Corbin nod family have gone to Max-nkuckee to remain dur log the heated term. C. T. Mattingly Is vUiting in Winnesheik county, Iowa. Ho 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 a id other Improvements at the P., Ft. W. & C. depot adds much to its appearance, Theodore Cresner left Tuesday night for Little Rock, Arkansas. He will be gon6 a week or ten days. The great temperance camp meeting whieh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 3 July 1879

ttHHH . t The Republican. A Custr Citj Cocktail. Tact and politeness obviate many difücultieä. A returned miner from the Black Hills arrived in tovra yestcrcfafy.aud went to a saloon and asktfor some of tho best whisky in the house, and when it was served him, pit it out with unutterable loathing, and said; "I called fur whisUj, yocng man, mebbe you didn't hear me?" The barkeeper said that he had heard him, and that be had given him whisky. The gentleman from Deadwood proceeded with more deadly calmness, though his hand intiuctively sought his hip pocket 'I failed for the best whisky in the house, young man, mebbe you did not catch the full significance of my language?" Now, many another barkeeper under similar circumstances Would have resented the insinuation as to his liquor by pouring it into the, ink and saying: "Yu don't know good whisky when you see it," or words to that effect, or b -e offered talk Interestingly and instructively about at least one thing, the thing with which...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 10 July 1879

The Republican. Fl'W ISHED TllVRSDAYS FT J. W. BIDKKS cV: CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: -Cor. Michigan LaporttfSct. I TERMS of SUMCMRKBL j f?Be copr on raar. in advance t2. W ir tttOne copy i months. In advance $j. oo ( A 1 Ji l-. Oih copy tlirce month. In sdvnn (: . 50. The Plymouth Republican. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULI4 1, 1879, NUMEE1. 30. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. NEW ADVERTISEMENTS T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlc' in Poxt (XII. e HI.m k. Dtrelling on F.n.f Sdr South M''hi'.'ii SUvt, PLVMOI TH, INDIANA. Dr. J M JENNINGS. 1HYSI;iAS AND HUftONOM. oAVo with . Dr. N. Süurman ovur Lan:r's Hiore, on Muuutan tr.rt. flyueta. Jui. bVatMeaea ob Ceuter Mtret. iiivr.in) Catholic church. Um uu OO TO JOHMMllKDS F r Flrst-CIn-s AM ASA JOHNSO ATTOKN K V AT LA . from ( attention gm-h ta ewlhtt'tiouis ttilcmcnt H l-rii-ntjC c!tat ai guardian!!!!., ilif!, inoriirairuf, and irtJier :ti- rnwn nj m l irkinu l"irm.ii" tk.-n . FARM WAGONS, NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. THE GENUINE DR. C. McLANE'S Celeb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 10 July 1879

The Republican J. W. S1DERS, Edito- TUden's pmptt, the New York Am the water Mae erustied down to the says tho result of the Democratic water, at this point over ten feet Congress was "rot fight but flight. " deep. Many swam to tho shore or to WusJiiuston Letter. I convent. This termination of her Washington, July 4, 1ST'.). public career need not be at all sur- The spoech of Senator Zach. Chan- pricing. Widowed, souless, tnronc- Tm ksdav. Ii i v 10th, 170. The storm Sunday and Monday dM considerable damage at Lafayette, Qreeneaatle. Logansport, Peru, and other point?. Latest dispatches say that notwithstanding the recent heavy raina, the crops In the west and north-west nave not beon seriously damaged. Jefferson Davis has declined the Mississippi Senatorshlp and the Deinoraey will probably choose be (ween bins and Tilden as a Presidential candidate. and reaarke: "Wool have they the wharf, twenty f.et distant. Oth- j dier near the close of the late sessicu less, friendless aud an ex...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 10 July 1879

"A 4 I r Si 4 II. iii.lv rsoc n,o ymmfci grooff man at the p tstofil (MM Mr, knowing that v needed moocy at Ibk season , of tki yeai Stopped us on the tret 1 um of town, on the farm of Jerome ; yctueraay anl pro??ou a tiro dollar pny hi? sub The Republican. Tu ma I". Jin " ioth, i87 CITY AND COT XT). Huckleberries aro ripe, Rid the crop ia aaiJ to be larger than usual. W. C. Baiiey. of Peru, was in the city Saturday visiting his brother, Frof. Bailey. Mux Ruge ia putting in bis es-, tory, pMUMT, rhetoric, botany tablishtnen, one of the Quest reuiger- a rn history, chemistry, epietolat y, ators Id the cltv. C urespon-ienco, composition, e'.ocu- - -Tbe M E. Church social will be ! Uon AuA m held at Mr. Jehu Dial'a Tuesday eve- Oliver O. Solce, deputy county Ding. All are invited. i treasurer, and by the way w. 11 known W. h .e Iwwhn a4.loe?-H 1S the I bV eVer7 mftn lB S f l4 U O weanaaHBi place of meeting for the nett State Terrible Aeoi.l.'iit. John E Wird, a farmer about 40 years 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 10 July 1879

The Republican. ! Fa-ferty,. Sfas ial (rim.. Som Tvry fty&trv3$ing eriaa-ps hare seermet) of Arte, Tn which ihe horror 1 wue) fey tite- erim "Aes ot afr- i ? ether eaatrther th serrtmt fity ibr tbe misery ao unhappine- rt 1 freeettei Sk was statt of the j, foor star who rceErfhr Km : Sbree JJtrUe- gir i'cwf be eowM MA 84f)ort Jberr Kai JfeoreJ if tbey grair op fn ptrrvy they tro.i Tea-? ' Ife of tatrae. WaOt db p'n "7 1 ay what 7 wiJiT crvp Jiert, vrfeiit a xfsenabfte raotiTe was 3h, SUit 31 possrbte- lo concro of state of Stent) dteerwair whJct ttorjM mote a father regard 9ref ft er?raa as jpeefer- j able Icttae po3ofÄ7 f orr i Jte j tor bis daogbrers. Jb ananfe of tbe I poor farnaft amwy iaetes a- ; most m imgw Mi Jona) fe ; with uflffrjr5gr 9fe sXa? with Jhat ot or A-rwi rJL iu fus erlie. ie ! ticb. oirr. tw-fiWTPtJ Jn Calingo a few (feyt agn .4 poef t tor, who ; aroet? sfcs ce?3 n boor pcrss jog- , toata Ibr a who! fiwiixjiag ft1 was barrfy able to bwp bor rM aouf to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 17 July 1879

The Republican. mrmb hnnto its ry J. W. SIDEBS cV CO., Plymouth, I so. Office: Cor. Michigan Lifporte Sts. term "f mnoiffffQS. OnecopToao year, in advance o One copy six months, in advance $i. nu Oae eopy three inoatta. in advance.. .. 5. The Plymouth Kemihlirn m. s Wtl VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TIinjsPAY, JTLY IT, IS:I9. ADVERTISING RATES. 11 -in . . .r ! .. r. Hiif. f. ; r yvnf. Sj.itri:.! - l-iv t.Jto rrpular act verttM-ra. I eil Advertisem! I . rertilafed hy law. Iloiiu- and tratico advuctWag marie known öa .Ij!hhUoM. Catirvu mid Mnietjr aouonna tacuta, waning ' sb iL i oii in. frtc. Locj! BSCJSSl) in Wy type V) cent per liiir, flr t iim-rtiun; nrii'l iiifn rtioti R reut. NUMBER 33 Job rriLtirjr on tl.e roust favorable ,rm. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oa-e in Piirt Office Mink. Uwclliu oh K.i-i Si Mouth Mn liim Street, PLYMOUTH. INDI ANA. with Or. J M JENNINCS. 1HYSICIAN AND SCHGLON. ..f?i.-o Dr. N. Sln riutin ov.-r L.-iiht' - N'. r. mi Mi -lii.ui...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 17 July 1879

f The Republican. J. Y. SIDERS, Editor. TWMMT, JinuV i th, 1S79. Death of William Alle. j which the fever existed lajt year to Ex-Governor William Alien, whose ee H It that infected clothing or name was familiar to almost every fbouses are not in their midst. The man. woman and child iu the Uoited States, died suddenly at his home nearChillicothe, O.. last Friday morn- i i i ! .u- -I ' 1 i jpg Last week, we gave on the flrst The late Piioce Napoleon was ; page of the Republican, a column and buried last Saturday with a great ; a half of reminiscen es, telling how deal of pomp and ceremony ; but j the "Sage of Fruit Hill Farm" enterthere was one sincere mourner, the j ei Ohio. We did not expect, this grief stricken mother, only a few j weej t0 CQr0nicle the death of the short years ago the proudest Empress j 0ld statesman, for, though seemingly of the world, now an exile in a foreign land, bereft of her husband and son, one of the loneliest women of earth. fact is made apparent that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 17 July 1879

The Republican. Thursday, Jt i. v iyth, 1S79. crr .1 vp cor xt). in thU city yesterday. There were twenty-one prisoners in the county j til Monday morning. Wm. Sider, of Mirshnll county. Kansas, is visiting the editor of the j Kkpcbi.icaw We hear it reported that three j cases of sunstroke took place in j Warsaw, Monday. A strange woman, barefoot, ragged and drunk, was a pitiable sight on our streets Tuesday. Two young ladiep, daughters of j A. C Elliott, of l; ehester, uro visiMng in Plymouth, thid week. Do not forget the "Old Settlers' conrentio.i at il iwing well patk, in Plymouth, next Stturday. The Methodist Sunday School will hereafter meat on Sunday afternoon at half pa9t two o'clock. 01 Miner, of Rochester, dropped in on his friends unexpectedly yes-t-nl ly. on hU way to War-jaw. Peter Hah:), of Bourbon, made us a pleasant call yesterday, and left U3 some money on subscrip'ion. The Walkerton Visitor says the The Peru Herald says John S. j as a consequence they did not get to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 17 July 1879

The Republican. Fives. When ahe waa five, ml I mm ' Ov grcatin' wih v n to I- mri ; Like my bij; rot., J;pr lirothi-r .1 iiu, 4ii, how we !ong-tl to be tike him. When et Wm ten Ml I n(te I lautwtl at h-r tor beins "grit u :" And felt myself to tw man. lunptri'U with litt!- t ounin r. But when fne DOmbenni flrt--n yram, nrl 1 was tweatjr. kNM aaa leur The ixjll of min life tinmlUtl, Ami love waa lord of ail lut )lti ! When twenty summers frowned her head And twenty Ave uf ram bad le i. hhe jmTe me her I ipv her mine. Aud then our sum was five time nine. And. a the year rnn qm, our Ilea In raeh and eure Mill rOimt in Owe; Fire-dollar bill--how far h cvi ! How quitk come twite Ute Mil toe! Over-Prod ueiioii. The Rural New Yorker sayß it ia to be regretted that any economists should intimate the belief th.it there U, or threatens to be, over produc tions of the fruits of the farm. Already our agricultural interests have too much and too many kinds of opr.io.-ii ioo. The prevailing lowpr...

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