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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 December 1868

f . i 3 THS PLYMOÜTH DEMOCRAT. News About Home. tittrrmt aat iiud r tktn' aoiea. ant TJ - h b M prim 'em This mark X me ai.s time expired and when found opposite a hh'h nuuie fa incentive of tho fact that money is w hat's wanted. The list of delinquent Hx er b ! published thu week. O.vin to the ibor required by putting it in type, a Dnrnbcr of articles of local import are debarred Parish sociable of tho St. Thomas' (Episcopal) parish, thU evening, at the resideoce of Jaob K'inirer. Anions: the virions amusements af forded thmuirU the Uaeaaaimitff of Jacob Frost, E-q., may be mentioned sleifjhine. The tip-topest place to procure fancy ri.;s we koow of is at the tables of S. L. Llirvey. a the old Bsckeyc livery establishment . The in Ii vidn il who took th a kio- H dd frem the U'TiSfr va$ot of S Harvey, in front of hi Stable, I it Monday, is herehv notified that u;. lie retnrn th-i s-inio forthwith, he .tl have tne gntiftonttOfl of seeino; Iii name iu print, appropriately displayed. T...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 December 1868

4arm and mrtlriä Corn Smnt and Dead Cattle TnE news CMBSa to us from various parts of the c untry, that cattle are dying in laree numbers since thev have been turn- t mto the liekl3 from which the corn has been gathered, and it is generally be lieved thai the cause of their death is to be attributed to their eating smut. As i very firmer b aware, this smut is liable to make ill appearance on various parts of the stalk, h aves, and especially on the II of eon, in the form of a dark, spongy erowth, somr-times of a bluish black or purple color. This substance iu BTOaaea very rapidlv in size, and some times forms masses five or sK inches in di ameter. Th ' growth of this variety of tUBgOl n tfic eon is usually e.ttribntcd to iroaoda and bfttnef on the eon plant, Inflicted Inrinj the process of cultivation. The swe I aitrograisad sap oozes out, and r c iv. I ose r r m-re spotei which are f! ekiiog in the air, or, in the opinion of i mae, tp ataiieotrar? derelopei ihb para sitic vegttatio...

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

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Volume my PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 7, 18. NUMBER 17, THE TYPO. BY A. A. HOPKINS. Thb typo! a singular creature 1 he, A bit or a wizard T take him to be, A paradox ever. I stoutly assert. And koow that the statement you won't contro vert : He M takes" a great deal, and he M p-oves" all he sets. And he " sets" while he stands. RB0 he stands while he M sets f A raaeicnl power there is in his hand. As swiftly the tvpes maths' in at command ; The art of a porter h- IMM to portray The incidents many that make np to-day. A wt-ddircrhi picture? ; " click, click," and 'tis there, The giad. mr rrv p'irty. the jiist-wedd d pair ; Y.n sea tbe younsr wife in her irarments of white. Yon have -onc to the wedding without an M in vite," Ar.il fancy yon heir the Mod wi.-hes of friends. And there the htisrht pie; ure unwittingly ends. Forth'- typo paints nil ki nrl of scones in breath. He sp lied you a marriage the next is a death ; And low in the coffiji yon tee ...

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

U 27 73 ; Ritter I evi. No. 3;::i No. 4 j nc 9 c H 17 ip H in DESCRIPTION or LANDS. c .; lot ! sw If 9 nt 1. t o f out let of lake lot , ;t cen. ub dir. ' lot lot nw . nc !4 lot It ; if I a ' e l ; nw mt No. 4 aw U No. a lot No. s No "2 nw 4 N. 4 No. 7 sc I ear U No. o No. less I 3. 4 I lot No. 1 Center T, No. 2. Beh-o JoJm Bullen Sarah s-vne ........... Caeter lAn t I; ike -1. O Ml iker Reain a lot nw nt s of r r nw np hj n pt. nw l4' out see r f 2 no feW It 8 32 S3 21 in 91 10 is ii o I i , 1 13 I II 34 4 ee 'ill 1 33 SO 89 31 4 10 4 3 40 ia 83 4) 4o nn m 199 so. A. IL.TM.T OF Lnn h ant 7Va hfs U' furn d DelimmmttU fur yn-paiment of Taxe. Daa uu tbem for the vir ISftT ami previous veirs. together with the lazes of 1838 in Mirshall O near, Indiana. EXPLANATION. In tV fb'Vuvimr lift n 1 n d 'or north 'or ionth for for WMt ne for north-east nw for "oh .T.'t f' if 'i- i t v f .r vi t h- v t ftur for ea-f of Mkrhigan rod wmr f.r t a H!'' 'Hi f ei rH fo- w- t ifwufw iine--er for -a-t of...

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

TP Hilf WM TO News h9ikt Honte. MM KT ISO rf TUE DEMO UM A TW f? TR. iL COM MITTEE The member of the M irh ill Cou it Deuo.rttic Cc-nfril Committee are hereby nit ur.'entlv r?qncte i In niea f the c mrt. hme o Sol nr. ley, thd II h Irv of J inu irv. at 1 nVIoek. p. m.. for tne purpose of ritten liiü tn bu-iine-i of importance. It H tue mntj of every member of the cotn-oittee to be pre-eot. A. C. Thompson'. F mtfk Jan. 7 '60. Chrm'n. ' THIS rart X time expired ui when found opuoite a rn-in's nnie. in MffftttVi of ihe fact that money is rhat 'a wanted. PaHIHII sociable of the S . Thorns' parish, this eveuinz at the re-idence of Mrs. Cummin, north ot C. II. Rseve's Thr members of the " hop " rc ex Tiecfed to hop asain one week fro to morrow evemnir hvery h .pist n' ! ft hoppei is requete-i to be presen; at tne; usual hoppin place. Ofjft errier b.y. Mister B-ititld Tlalsev. exren Is a th NNa4 th nks to pitrons fr their libera'ity nn New Tr d ty. Hv y;or c ri Inct yAft have incurred the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 7 January 1869

gam anft 3afttujlL How to Keep Fanw-rs Boys at Home. From Hearth and Home. Ho. Levi Stockiuudge, of the Massa chusetts Agricultural College, who asks the pertinent question above, and an swers it in the article which follows, is as competent to handle it as any of our agriculturists. As the manager of the State farm he has displayed tact and wis dom in eetting cheerful work out of the boys. ODe secret of his success is not al luded to ii the article. He doc3 not say, "Go, boys," but "Come, boys." When there is work to be done, his coat is od the fence and he leads the gang : Ta answer this question understand ingly and e ffectively, it is best first to ex amine and define some of the causes that are operating h induce our boys to leave the farm for other pursuits. In the first place, some boys, like some men, do not possess an active, energetic temperament, but are inclined to be indolent. The in stincts of such prompt them to select a pursuit which they think will give them I liber...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 14 January 1869

- PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLL' ME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1869. NUMBER 1!. t i I - JTR& SAITIA CLAWS AND JS83IM BROWN. YocTl hir-l of food old Santa Clans? ay, donbt- !. al! vonr ; Though not of him I'm ro;ng to tell, bnt of hi? lovely win-. And pretty litt'-; Jessie Brown, an orplnn, yon Tnnt know : Tir? stwry it wa- told tome a Ion?, Ion time ago. ne tormv n;-l ' - tWM Chritina-tim' when all tbs' chüdr n ronnrt Hug nn th"ir trkini:s. knowing well with trv.jwurt5 they'd abound : Th.-n ("CHTnp'T'Ml I: gfclgly to bed, to dream aw.iv the ni?hf . Their litrle heart? all fvttettaf with eladn. j? and aehght. , , , Hut there mm one poor little lrl-her n;ime wa? Jessie Brown -Who with her dear crnn Af ithcr lived here in Brookhaven town: Hut he wa oM and wry poor, and oft hi tear- lronM fall I'pan the little face of her, his darllnz one, his all. This C hri-'mas-eve their scanty meal was euten in the rtirk, Y-t Jtwfa looked a? br;jt and glad as any sin? inr lark...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 14 January 1869

ij- ml A. LIST OF Lamh anl Town Lot Returmd Delinquent for Non-payment of Taxes, Dae on theni tor the veir 1867 and previous years, together with the taxes of 1508 in Marshall Courgv, Indiana. EXPLANATION. In the following Hat 11 U ned for north s for oiith e for et w for wpt ne Tor DOCth earl m for north west fin xniia aal i iw Hi wl f i 'fur flail of M iehigan road wair for eit of Michigan road vrl for w st of reserve ÜM crl for east orreserve nrr for north of ralll ! rr for south of railroad ra or rda forrods rd for rod ft for feet or foot a foracre do for the itmt as that Imraediatlv above it--r for numVr idd for s Idition cor for OOnMT ttCM for fr iction frl for fractional x for except und for undivided pt fr part --hi Tor natf q tor qunrter rt lor n'lit When section, township aai naaejs are blank, they are 0 e same a the next above thein. Nokth Tr., No. 7, J. F. i n l naSies of OWNERS; I'Mors Tr , No. 1. DESCRIPTION or LAND! 1 7 Hiakclv Mary., e Baset chares s 1 '. Bartholomew...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 14 January 1869

jjjj PLYMOUTH DEMOCBAT. Mews About Home. hm i oa ttru not. and fakh he '1 prin 'ra t' 1 - . ! This mark X mea n9 time expired an i when found opposite a man's name is sugsestivt of the fact that money is what's wanted. The ladies of the Parish of St. Thomas will give a social entertainment , this evening at the Parker House. I u 13 t'tuiux, i "i - Rt fresh men ts, music and a general good time. The thanks of this office are due Hr (7 W. Wriht for n excellent ; broom. It is said the Bight kind of brooms wtd sweep cleaner, faster nnd i Last week was known and observed throughout the world, by evangelical j denominations, as a week of prayer. The Rt. Rev. J. C. Talbot, D. D.. L. L. D., will visit St. Thomaj church ' V.niooonah and administer the rite of tttjj x?u i confirmation, ednesday evening, reb. 17th. M TnERE will be a hop to-morrow evo- ning, at Corbin fc Beuson'a hall. TiiEpostoffice at South Bend , week before last was broken open and 300 letters ritled. ISothing but money w3 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 14 January 1869

- About Deficiencies. Hardly a day passed during the Presi dential campaif"! of last summer in which the Ti men did not charge that, the appre priation bills of the last session of Con gres3 were merely electioneering docu ments, framed to mislead and elective the people. They were plausible lies utte:ed by Congress and sent abroad by its au thority. They were intended to affect the Presidential election, by inducing the peo ple to believe that the work of retrench ment had been seriously and honestly be sua. ' See," said Republican newspapers, how the appropriations for the current fiscal year have been cut down. The army will cost but $33,000,000. The navy wil! cost but 17,000,000. There will be a large reduction in the Civil-Service bill. Appropriations tag works of internal im provement will not be nearly as many as they were last year, and the expenditures of the Government will be reduced to tit lowest possible point cor. detent with a wise economy." Peradventure, some of "the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 21 January 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLLME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21. 1869. NUMBER 20. J Pnctrn. BKATIJfQ WITH A CTRL. I've -oh ixl i ! SMB depth in the water- of pleas ure. An ! rone every round in thc'r eddyine whirl : Aairfitell von tho truth there's nothing can mm Th An of a winter" atsM skt" with a girl. Th:it i l rncT, lan'!i!n? fM, punky. aaaey, roguish girl : A frank, rood-riatur.'d, jo'ly. joking, Mi-r'i f-lovine. poer Mttlti Tv Wtag, m inning. ORVMH. merry. Doting, da-hin?. sprehtly.herry. Lively, roirfhiul. I'ri-ky. witty, Tantv, trnMnsr, ponty, pretty; Srailintr, i innfv. spicy M With mviltaC eye and wavy rnrl, Rnbv Hm and teeth like pearl. Who sy it".- cold and -h- rr.n'r knN' -and hints n the eecae ity ot your putting your arm around hei 1 0 h WS her from falling Now mmkI da h, or the l;y track tlyinir. And hani-h fo: v''f our sorrow and pain A fall.' but co m SttSt -thesSt nothic' like try- tnc : o I take her np pMit.ly and onward agala And she hugh at swift w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 21 January 1869

10 2 b Allew Ir... i TIE IMtCllTl edited asii mmn v VÄNiÄLKESOURGH & THOMPSON. I. E. van. kUKBIBCMB, A. c. TH0M)'- H . North Tr., No. 7, ThiirMlay, Jannnry Si, 169. 1 This is Hie last week the delinquent list will Appear ia our paper f. r the present year, and wo, as well as our reader?, ara glad of it. A w . " S W L'tii'h and Town Lots Returned Dclmauemt for Non-payment of Tar " "I 11 T 1- Due on them for the year 1SG7 and previous years, together with the taxes of suae . . . ... . iSG3 in Marshall County. Indiana. Cquillii"Äi!rit!! EXPLANATION. ColmH Henry... in the roüowin? list n i nd for north -1 tor south-e tor est w fof wnt no for north-east 1 ' , , WW WW nortk-w-st se for oith-Mst Mi for s MtB-wast jtnr for e t-t of Michigan riMd-wmr for (,,er m.. wed ot Michigan road wrl for wext of reserve IIa- art fcr cast oTrsaerve -nrr for north of railroad trover Wm.. srr trr south of railroad r-- or nl- furrows nl for rod -ft Tor fret or r.iot- a for Here- - do f )r the Mm H i"hv ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 21 January 1869

arvi published by John C. Bailey, 184 lark street. Chicago, M before us for January, much improved in its ap pearance and as able and earnest in the cause as formerly. Price $2 00 per ear. Pkterson'h hamt't ;at:onat Magazine, for February U on lia'nd punctual as usual and aa intere.stio as ever. It is one of the very beat ?ahion magazines published. Price Sli 00 per year. Published by Charles J Peterson, No. GOG Chestnut (street. Philadelphia. Irresponsible. Dia name is T. M. Allison; he residas at 282 Broom street, New York City, lie ssndf out advertisements for one Joseph T. In man. l'ass h uj around aad herald his hame in the approaching editorial con vention. Wo auaU show up a fw other irresponsible met. it due seasco, both home and foreign. Pleasant Affair Last Thürs day evening was an ccaion of genial enjoyment at the Parker hou-o. The aupper prepared by At ladic3 of St. Thomas' parish was worthy the cotice Dt an Epicure. The success in attraet ins: guest-ievidently overreache...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 28 January 1869

WEEK L Y DEMOCRAT. volume xrv. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. JANUARY 28, 1869. NUMBER 21. PLYMOUTH Poctrn. ONE YEAR AGO. KT MRS. H. B. TOWK. one year aeo a rinui iil: voice, A clear h'ae eye And cluiteriu? cnrU of -anny hair. Too fair to die. Only a year no voic. no HUfta, No ii'.;-.nre of eye. No clustering carls of golden hair. Fair but to die. One vear :.ro. what love, what themes Far ir to life ! What ioyous hopes, what high resolves, What generous strife ! The sil -nt pier are on the wall. The burial stone. Of all th it beanty. life and joy Remain alone I ne year, one year, one littlo yeir And -"i mach gone ! And vet the even flow of life Moves calmly on. The erave grows irrecn, the ilowers hlooni fair Above that he id : No sorrowing tin, of leaf or spray Says he i dead. No BMM or hnsh or morry bird-. That sinir above. Tell ns how coldly sV".s holow The form we love. Where hat thon been this year, beloved What hast thou seen? What ri"ine fair, what glorious life Where thon hast ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 28 January 1869

THE DEMOtllAT. EDITED AND PUBLI8IIE1 BT VANMKENBURGH & THOMPSON. p. .VAJtVALKENRrRHII. A. C. TnOSrSOS. Thiir.il. j . January 2 9, 1KGO. I. S. SENATOR. The Indiana legislature finally elect ed Hon. D. D. Pratt, oF Logansport, Ü. S. senator to fill the vacancy occa sioned by the expiration of Hon. Thoa. A. Hendricks' term. Cuuaback, after being knocked down two or three times, finally took the hint and withdrew from the contest, but not until he had received a vote of censure and became satit-fied that he could not receive the United States Senatorship He " asked for bread and they gave him a stone." As 9oon as his time expires as lieu tenant governor of the stnt Vr h very apt to yo hack to thc walks of private life ' Poor fellow, he overreached. He was mistaken in his man. Gov. Ua ker is probably an honorable gcntle mas. but having some ambition and knowing that ha, himself, was in the regular line of promotion, and accord- iog to custom was entitled to the United States senators...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 28 January 1869

1 TBE EMOCBAT. Rem About Rome. Thar on amoiif ve tuXin' notes. .nJ faith ha 'I print Vm- The Utk of next month is "Valentine dny. The firm of Brown IWs has been dis solved by niutP"! consent. The Parish sociable meets this evening tit the residence of Wm. C. Ed want-. ' Tn iei tv ill be no church services at j St. Thornas'church next Sunday. Prechiptions carefully and corrcctly compounded at T( WsJniG Stork. Tue amount of reading matter the Demo rat now gives ought to sali sly the demand. "Sweetness wasted on the desert air," Streamers fluttering at the top of liber y pole? about town. Wi are informed that ere Ion- a veloc ipede is to be imported by the book store at the post office in this place. . . . i t ilflfiilffrl n retifion sio-ned hv thirf v-four Tu purest medicines mat c in uc lonnu in the New York and Philadelphia mar-! kta,eanbehadat Toon's Dnru Stoke. Pi rk wines and liquors for medical purpo-cs, and the pure juice of the crape I for communion purpose-!, at Ii; untre Sto...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 28 January 1869

-o D -d Nippers Admitted." "3Iack" writ',-3 from Washington as follows, alluding to the head-line quoted above : " This, I understand, is to be ont; of the rules and regulations of the f iftatotnsslng inauguration ball. The language i& not mine, but the utterance of one ot the gen tlemen triftete to ofldftte as a floor-manager of the festive occasion. I quote it merely to show the estimate iu which our colored brethren are held by their pro fesse ! friends and admirers, ' Nod d nig gers admitted to a Radical ball in honor of the election of a Radical President !' 'Call you this backing your friends?' The idea of excluding, by such a profane and sweeping edict, a whole race of people, who, according to the Republican party, saved the nation, and constitute, to-day, the only loyal inhabitants of t n States of the Union ! It is simply monstrous in its ingrati'ude. 4 Tue colored troops fought nobly,' didn't they. Why not let them dance at the eelebratv-n of t!. ir victories? Really,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 February 1869

MMMMM PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1869. NUMBER 22. tjoctrn. LOVE LIGHT mB LA BO 11. V oaen wits rpM frr.m h -r b id one mom. And thought with a it :rvor.s dread I H tin piles of e otbaa o ho vraaked, and more Thea a dozen mouths to tc feci. H'i thj '.i aht t gel tor th'j men in the field, At: the children to fix away To cfcool. Bad tho milk to be skimmed and c'nrnel : And all to ! done th'.j day. I hi 1 raimsd 'n Uieviajht, and all the wood . .1- Wet .1;. it CdTlM fcjg . rnero w,-r pudding and pies to b ike. besides u ofcikfor tea. -nl .' ? ly vrn no, and har aehSnir head I tirob'-t wearily a- all i mU, iriiMMr'ji nnt Knew whtr geod advsskasw, I hey w hc jn i!0 haste W wed !" ale, ivh't rlo you think I loM Deu Brown?" a led th e f irm?r irom the well ; -':d a Sean crept to his bronz id brow, An.1 h; i'vos h ilf bnfeMly fell ; ' It, was 'his,' he said, ani coming near, II ) railed, and itoopmg down. v!m ! her cüeek - 'nv this, that v...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 4 February 1869

,affp,!i113gTJ!'! ...niijuagMuajuj hm mm g nmL U5Tier.F.Ts a rm ion PBatWHAI aires auu rasunnco 3t MHUJEnORfiN I THOIPSOI. j r. r SVsasixnensa, i. c. THo-tirsox. i Tli-arijr, FVi,rnry 4, 1809. Thi: AVkt York Tones, io bestowing! tipon Ge..er?! Graut oto excellent I counsel as to the composition of his c.tb ' laetaggeat. that ex-Sectary Stauton j le ma le OCretary of tlio treasury, and ! b 1 la n C t Vi r AMiMftAü .... .1 . . piuivs mm lue reeeus uis- ekwfi that Stanton twice order- cd General Banks to relieve Grant from command during tho sico of Yicks - bur-, oaght not to preveut the prcsi - dent elect from availing himself of Stanton's brains. 9m j . . a . is uoi prooaoie mat General Grant shares this charitable and patriotic view ' it o , . ' ; J DCK I anu na- iaivniJ on him when lookii" in i 1 .... . . , . . rt j are subjects on which the orators arc j L he apparent origin was the unprovoked the time; bat, notwithstanding this, jexpected to spread themselves. On j knocking down ...

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