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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 24 December 1851
rn 13 TT s 5 .- J i i i 1 1 m p 11 ill HI Wt I Jllffl "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD "UE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE IUC11 AND THE IOOII." Jackson lay w ' r-. A Family IVcvsi::pcW devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, .Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic IVev.s. 'rix.1 .m-1?- a '-J- Ksg.irgwna wy?ry Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Vednssday, Doo, 21, 1351, Number 49. .Volume !, TMlr PLYmO ff IT THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by; JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana nr xra x- r- z-? 9 7f pail in advance, (or within two months fif;.r vni-jfrilii:i-A ------ Äl.ö. If paif! wkLmV.x months, - - - J.00. Ifdehive.l after that, time, - - - ?'2,-0. .tppThe above terais will be strictly adhered) to pttxiticeltf- I 0"Town subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be r!i.;r"C.l Fifty cents j iu addition t the .nbs-eription prb-e. 0"No pip;r will be discontinued nrtH all 1 trpMrasresaru pai.l, unless at the opti...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 24 December 1851
nrrrwii ifiLt THE PILOT. FLYittorrii, indiaxa. . ttTAVTVililV Tl n t -an ft i MKlAKWAI, iec. ZU ; Tl.r. iltue.nou man i, i,, our rm.lst, and strange indeed 13 the Dosition he oc- . 0 ia me puxiuin xir oc- , cupira, if wc tke the editorial of the I??. a- our guide. A majority uf the ; pre, ar, against rum a they are . agiiasteTro tiling) following thread of the latenter, Kra, and Republic, at j Vshinton.. uho first ?et the exnmplc. whig pre atv against him (a tfiev are . . 1 1 ipl JButbeforf we ay anything, we wish to look birk a moment a:i..l see who he is. 'Kossuth h-a Magvir, born in HunKarr, a . - . t. t f part jf the Austrian Ftnpipr. He was for 1 . frira? time connected with the press thro .... ' VWh las pure arvt noble patriotism was breathe,! aud sunk deep into the hearts of the-'neopl-. Francis Joseph, the boy i v ra 'l I nn w ir,.(i 1 . ,...n r 1.,, 1 . -'t . . . I -4 -i - ...... in; i.jtiu .mi i t,'u V SU. v.ith hM cubiiK-t of des nots I launig away anc tramutm on the few ...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 24 December 1851
LLL.iijL!!lllliSMJL' 11 1 j ' ' ' iJL 1 ".T-. Tlie Coltl VTc:itlicr The late cold weather it seems has extended over a large portion of the Union. Throughout the North generally the temperature wa3 about fhe same. As usual too the extra heating of stove pipes cau sed fires in sundry places about the same lime. People cannot be too careful in the securing of stoves an I pipes, wherevc er they are put up whether in cold weather or not. Every town should have ;ia iminer to viidt every house and see , .1. . 1 .LJdi vMnnru on o-r r rr tr I rr : that everything oi uic mh ,a . iie order ood pipe, well fitted, wired, safe chimneys, well plastered, kc. U j the injury w'as alone to the careless, it j would be of less consequence, but the j . ii r - 1 c-ialrtanen nf ; lives, health, safety, and stMainanco o . others are involved, and people shou.d ; . .t l cUr hut I . never loniet tnat ur a ".he hardest of master: Arrival of the Europa. :cTrpTi'R AT.WS FROM FRXC I'uris in Slate cf Sciffo. MAI2...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 24 December 1851
5 s A 1 i i 3 1 JfavMtt'8 onicr. Good Cow. "She's long in her face, sh e's fair; n her Lorn -She'll Quickly pet fat, without take or corn; She's clean in her jaws, and lull in her chine She's heavy in flank, and vkc in her loin. She's broad in her rib, and long in her rump 'A straight and flat back, without e'er a lump She's wide in her hips, -an I cal.n in her eye-; She's wide in her shoulder, and thin in her thighs. Phq's light in her neck, and small in her tail She's wide in her breast, and coo I at the pail She'is fine in her hone, and sily of skin She's grazier without, and a huteher within.' ' . English I'ai cr.J . New Discovery. The follovin;; we r clip from a late letter of the Paris Cor ' respondent of. the St. Louis Republican: ' , !'AnJ noxr let me tell you about i most beautiful and interesting discovery which has lately been made by a celebra led Parisian horticulturist, by the name ; 'Of Herbert. I was persuaded" to go to his . rooms a few dys since, end I assure you I...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 7 January 1852
t; 1! if n -a "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE D&amp;WS OF I1EAVEN, SHOULD BE SHoNVERfiD ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR' UckH Vr A Fatally HewspapeftTdeiroted to Politic. Literature. Science, Agriculture, Foreign trat! öosncsdc Kcivs. ) If Flynontti, ätfohall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Jan. 7. 1S52. Number 5L Volume 1. fin Jj . ' -- - . l 1' y ' -i r - 3 r'l . 0 ,1 ill 3 3 n ) ''. At I 1 ; ! ?'9 3 T P, Y . FOND WORDS. Fond ivordi from those most cherished, How sweet, how sweet their power!! They fecm like notes melodious Frm Hearen's celestial bower: Their sound still lingering erer Around life's chequered war. No tin: can e'er dissever-- ' The j hare a hallowed rar. How of'. m through this pathway Of hope and chilling fears. Fve sighed for some kind spirit, To dry my flowing tears! Fur when the heart seems broken, And all U sad and lone. One word f fondness speken. Can foollic each mournful tone! Then.whfre can hearts desponding A balm or solace find? Oh, we sfu.il...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 7 January 1852
THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, Jan. 7, 1352. Ho! Democrats! Tbers will be a Convention of the Democratic voters of Marshal County at tile court house in Plymouth, on Siturdij the 10th cf January 1S5'J. ( one tveek from next Saturday) to appoint delegates to tht State Convention in February next. It ia important that there should a 0ci turn-out. to don't forjiet it. By crier cf the Central Committee. C. II. REEVE. Cec'y (CJ"Lo7j cf the Gothen Democrat, u down ca us thii weelr. in relation to an article we published three weeks aro. about Brown flc Ellis of the Sentinel and Statesman. Lowiy charges ua with having forgot a great many thing which Brown hat been guilty of, as charged by himself and Dr. Ellis, which he seems to think ought to make us hate Brown as bad as they do. Now we know as much about the matteras our neighbor Lowryind we hare a word to say on the subject. Brown had his reasons for wh.it he did about the speakership, and those reasons were good no doubt, and...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 7 January 1852
FEVERISH EXCITEMENT!!! Tie Acws Siiradin Mike- wiw-K Iii. m Jut ar we were ro ng to rres.--.we re' ere' a Teie-raph De patch r. u-ir:-n; n' 'be inostNervou'exei euui is t; rwri'in? tl.ion r OU-. tleNort. .wettern te., - au-e i' y 3 .erie. o. i lie mo -t extraordinary fr-jak: o Fr unetbat staad chronicled on ti.e p?cs of ii-.ory. j5JBAjIIGU. Si Jw..i Or.: o 40.U3O Uo.'cra! - 35 000 ' 16 COO CO Four of 10 000 Dollars! Tic7ofh GCO' Dollars'". Were drawn and prnnp-ly pai l in '.he month of Deeemler. o cit'zeas residing in Prrble County. 0!;i"' I Summit Ciniv, Ohio!! Union Comity, I'linois!! Lik Com;: In ImnUl! Chir.-.co, Il'ipi is nl K.l-rmi-' C-'in M'-h!!!! Fftabli'hed beyond the yower by lric or the iner-iy of r umc-o PP e ly-ounter T illing W. tri proua -i ciu m Thst the Codde-s Estill EathroierT An-i has pro n el Ler Heal Quarter at ire . ... wUUawal-we 1. M Pk'FER. &amp; CO. lYt truly Fot :uatc, Far-rauieJ anl OLD ETAB,1 HLD LOTTERY A3ENT3 AND BROKERS No. CS Superior -'feet...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 7 January 1852
'f r. Published by request. Cottage Homo, To "Oft.' Calionufl." ' 1 drsttcrpt a treten the other nigftt, When til around waa still I thought I taw mj cottage whit, Upon joa floTr'ry hill; , Tha graa-pJat green, before tb döor, The porch with rlnei oVr grown, Were loralj at ther were before. When that cottage was my own. Ob! Kara seller, that hone, that home of ihina. ' . 'Ihat pleasant home, that hippy home, .lilt cottag borne was min. The graval walk ao white and straight, With flower banks on each iJe, That led down to the wicket gate, Where Willy us.d tc ride. Ihe locusts o'er the path thatgrew. The willow boughs that swayed, 11 told ae with a tale most true. That there ny Mary played. Oh: Raa feller, Clc. The silver lake so calm and clear. Along whose bank I've strayed Cd often with my Lucy dear, , To watch the sunlight fade. Tha pearly streams that sweetly run. The- garden's foot along, And murmuring fount as bright as then All sang tb mournful song. Oh! Bum seller, 6cc. The wi...