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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 11 March 1869

THE DE VOI R AT. EDIT2D AND PCBLldilEU BT VANVALKENBURGH & THOMPSON. p. E. VAN VALKENBITRUII, A. C. IIIIIIWI Thnrsda)-, .M.m Ii 11, ltSGO. Lei all democrats an J conservatives come out to the convention next Satur day and indorse the action of lion. . McDonald in resigning his Beat, to protect their rights, also to protect their rights in the next session of the legislature. This is a vital matter of principle md no man should shirk from doinsr his whole duty. HOBLE ACTION OF DEmOCRÄTIC MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLAURE. THE ISStE HAIE E'EIIA'. 8EGR 0 SUFFRAGE TO BE SUBMITTED 7 0 THE PEO PLE. Last Thursday the democratic mem bers ol t'ie Indiana Legislature resign cd their scats. Tho cause of their ac tion was an effort on the part of the radical members to force a vote on the amendment giving negroes the right to Tote in all the states of the United States. Had tho votebcen taken In diana would undoubedly have ratified the amendment m violation of the wish, cs of the people of the stat...

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. — 11 March 1869

THE DEMOCRiT. Jews About Home. Preskst indications are that the Democrat will soon give even more reading matter than at present. The town marshal is now collecting the tax duplicate, and under an orde r ; of the board, wi'l proceed vigorously, j One of the institutions of this office t. 'turns " warmest thanks," tc , to J. j F. Van Valkcnburgh, for a bottle of California wine, "equal to any and ex celled by none." EuaomtWQ has disappeared for good this time, we think. Our townsmen who had not previously laid in a stock of ice for the summer, arc now im proving the last probable opportunity of the season. Winter has set in again, and this time spparantly in good earnest, and iU disappearance " for good," which was indicated a day or two ago, was like poor Dick Yates' reformations. " ! Tiik dwelling occupied Dy H. ueca-i er was damaged aomewhat, as also was some hou?ehcld goods contained tlierc-! . . i i . u r.- lU in, last rriuay nigni me, ouw flames were suppressed before serious r...

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. — 11 March 1869

PRESIDENT .JOHNSON'S ADDRESS, To the People of the United States. The robe of i ffice,by constitutional limi- tation, this day ialls tiom my shoulders to be immediately assumed by my successor. ! For him the forbearance and CO operation i of the Am rican peopk in all his t tlrts to administ r the Gtvirr.mcnt within the . pale ot the Federal Constitution, are sin cerely invited. Without ambition tognti fy.party ends to subserve or personal qi ar- rels to avenge at the sacrifice of the peace and welfare of the country, my earnest) desirt' is to see the Constitution of the Re- ; )Ublic again the recognized and obeyed aw of the land, and the whole people, North, Houth, East and West, prosperous j and happy under its wise provisions. In surrendering the high cilice to which I was called four years ago by a memorable and j terrible crisis, it is my privilege, I trust, to j say to the people of the United States a ! few parting words in vindication of an of ficial course so ceash ssly assa...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 March 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1869. NUMBER 28. 3octrn. BK.WTIFVL HANDS. Siu h beaatitaL beautiful hands! They're neither white nor small : Am! jroa, I know, viuld scarcely think That they wore fair at all. 1 vc looked on hawls whoso form and hue A sculptor's dream mteW be : Yet are there need, wrinkled hands Most beautiial to me. Snrh heantifnl. heautifn.1 hands! Though heart were weary .iid sad ; Thoe patient hands kept 'oiling on. That children nvsrht he glad. I almost weep, as looking hack To childhood's di-tnnt day. I Think hov these hands" rested not. When mine were at their play. Such beaUtUM, beantiful nsndr ! They're jrowintr fechte now: Fof ! 'm - and piin have left their work On hand, and heart, and hrow. Alas '. alas ! the searing time. And the Mi, sa-1 dav to me. When 'nc vli the daisies, out of sight. These hands will folded b. Bai oh I hoyond thi hadow lamp, W! tc all is bright and fair, 1 know full weM these dear old hands...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 March 1869

ffe DEMOCRAT. EDITED ANDrrCLISQED BT V-ALKEHBURGH & THOMPSON A. C. THOMWOX. Thursday, MnrrU 19, 1SG9. lit-: RiuiciL iress o THE RESIGNATION OF THE DEMOCRU'IC EMBERS, We have before us the principal rad ical journals of northern Indiana, pub lish M at Laporte, SoutL Bend, Valpa- . $200 o00) but the Va, Videttc i,o, Crown Point, Rochester, CoWjfi th8th. rauo bia City, and Warsaw ; also the State Journal and Cincinnati Commercial. These journals each contain an edito rial article on the ' breaking up of the legi sla'ure," and after perusing them all one cannot fail to be impressed with their remarkable similarity of thought and exprersion. We quote as to the points of difference. The democratic j 0ne radical journal says of the " lit inerabers, in all the articles are assailed tle difficulty," now agitating the state, for the expense occasioned the state by " Iq Vlexr of the fact that the their action ; for drawing the pay due ! republicans have a large nia them up to the time of t...

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. — 18 March 1869

THE DEjjtgWT m$ About Home. KsraoMsi sociable to-morrow evening in tha basement rooia of the Methodist church AU are invited. Did. At the residence of his son-in-law, H. Hcrvey, Esq., on the 12th inst., Ma. Skth Bailky. Aged S-i years. Pkisbtteriax sociabia this afternoon and evening, at tho residence of T. A. Uort on. EuiaW. McIlvaxk, of th Christian church, will praach in the old Methodist church ennext Saturday evening, and onSuudt.y at the usual hours. G aRMAS Hop. There will be a German Lop on Wednesday evening, March 31st, in Corbin & Benson's hall. Music by the Amateur string band, under the direction of Querim Bachler. Im the memory of the oldest inhabitant the prospect was never belter in Mar shall county, for a large crop of wheat. So mote it be. Wi are indebted toour frends, for a bout a dozen new names, on our sul.scrip tion bonk, during the past three or our days. There is room left for ivfew more. A letter of recent date from our towns man, N. B- Allemaen, Esq., re...

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. — 18 March 1869

The Farewell Address. The farewell address of the retiring President is a document which will, in all prol ability, obtain for itself a more can did and impartial criticism in the future than there is reason to expect for it in the present. Still, amid the discredit which the Republican party has brought upon itself the justice of which even its organs are constrained to admit there are many who will read the utterances of Mr. John son with a patience that, considering the feelings which they but recently enter tained toward him, will be surprising to themselves. Of one thing there can be no doubt: Taking the period included be tween the time when the first motion was made for impeachment and the present, Mr. Johnson has greatly and justly risen, and Congress greatly and justly fallen in tha esteem of the people of the United States ; and, in proport'on as confidence in the one has increased, confidence in the othnr has diminished. Kb chief magrltrate, certainly of the United States...

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. — 25 March 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, MARCH 25, 1869. NUMBER 2t. Poetry. YOl'R HOUSE. Be true to younwlf at the Ptart. young man. Bo triie to yourself and lioil ; Ere von hnild yonr honp mark well the pt. Test all the ground, and build yoa net On the sand or tho shaking ?od. diir the foundation deep, youns: man. Plant firmly ihe onter wall : l-et the props ;tronc, and the roof be high. Like an open turret toward the sky. Through wh'rh heaven"? dews may fall. Let trn be the rocra of the soul, younir man- When shad oats dial I herald caro. A chamber with n -ver a roof or thatch To hinder the lirht- or door or latch To shut in the spirit's prayer ! Build slow and nre ; 'tis for life, younc man ' A lile that outlive .he breath ; For who shall gainsay the Holy Word Their work- do follow them ' -aid the Lord, M Therein th-re is no death." Build deep, and high, and broad, young man, A- the needful ctM demands: Tt your title-deed-? be clear and brlsht. Till you e...

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. — 25 March 1869

TME DEMOCRAT. KDITKD wflHIl rY D. E. Van TalkciiourKh. Tkttrday. Mreh 45, 1169. THE REST LT. The result of the election in Mar shall county is shown in another col umn. The democratic vofe was light, from he fact that there wa oppo sition. Wit!) the cowardice they have ever shown in this state on the ques tion of negro-suffrage, the radicals re fused to put a candidate in the field ; and for the first time within our knowl edge of the county which extends back fifteen years they have failed to contest the election of a democratic candidate in Marshall couDty. Why ? They are in a no more hopeless mi nority oow than they have been for years. Their chance for defeating Mr. McDonald at '.he election on Tuesday was as good, to all appearance, as it was last fall, when they made such superhuman efforts to accomplish that nd. Their putting a candidate in the field would not have increased the cost of holding the election, nor have re lieved the dmoc:acy from one particle of their responsib...

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. — 25 March 1869

v. TUR DKWOffitAT. mmmmrn .1 üews About Home. Tnc, M. t!i list sociale will meet next Tuesday evening at Mia. unraos. an are invited. I . - Fin Gcomi Maraa, of Chicago, 111., Do you want a superior artu-ic oi hk - a' If s-, go . llrnwn's drag storo- o are Ming it, and know whereof we affirm. , ' Mn. A. C. 1 BOMPaoa having uisposeaoi his interest in the DnocmaT, the paper will be under the management of 1). L YanYalkesbargh until further notice. Tb acknowledge ourselves under spe-! nil obli-'iitions (f) to the postmaster, or , omc of Iiis cadets, for favors (?) in the ci gome whv of listributins our iaper. 0 Lord, liow hwg shall this thing be? " - . Casoihatm desiring tickets pi. nted for the April election, should leave their or - ders immediately alter mey receive ineir uominaiions, for we .shall bo pressed with job work and need all the time we can get ti strike the tickets. , , u Cum ii serrk - it rt I llOniti CIHIIl-il j on Goo 1 Friday, at 8 - m-Sd 7:13 p. m Sermon in the eveni...

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. — 25 March 1869

The Repube of Kraut. The first struggle of Gen. Grant when he assumed command of the Army of the Potomac was with an armed enemy in the wilderness of Virginia. A fierce and bloody contest followed, but his resources at a General were sufficient to cope with the enemy, protected though that enemy was by the forests. He came out victori ous, although the effort came near de stroying his army. He gained, however, th prestige of success, which strengthen ed him for future battles. Grant having stepped from General to President, finds himself in his new field of labors in a tierce struggle with the politicians of the party which elected him Chief Magistrate. At the very outset of his term he is engaged in a war, while less bloody than that in the Wilderness, yet it has tested his capac ity to the utmost, and proved to be fal more serious, not only to himself, but also to his administration, in fact, it has al ready resulted in a epulse, an inglorious defeat, and compelled hin, at the ver...

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. — 1 April 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL I, 1869. NUMBER :;o. Poctrn. ilK WEAL FARMER WIFE. Ami ms IkmfDlkmtaetra extract !r-m a poem road by rroHwor H. W. P-uk.'r. nt the innnjrn ration wrvict-s of tho low i State A ;riclttal College, Mirth 17: The American Farmer, on of the Sun ! Uronzed with a low from its irlory won ; Am free as the air it is heaven to inhale. And trong a the steeds of the prairie sralc : Lord of hi castle and broad domain. The herd his rassals. the flock his train. Ami rich in the coin hi irrainrie hoard, lie sits at the head of hi- bormti'ul ho-ird. And laiijh at the crowded worin afar. Buzzing with ceaseless comnurcial war. 15 hold him at morn I his yolishod plow Trac. s dirk lin with his silver prow, Writing the verse in alluvial mould The dimmer shall print in letters of fold, And sotio the trill of tho oriok-s tunc. Behold him atrest In the lanirnid noon, SI tched on the irrassand cooled by the breeze, His kindly pavilion th...

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. — 1 April 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PV BLI9UED BY D. t Van Yalkenburgh. Tliur.iU). April 1, 1869. Tilt ELECTION MONDAY. Once more we ask oar friends to give the election on Monday next the atten tion it-? importance demands for it. We must, throughout the county in every locality, counteract the influence of official patronage, corruption and bribery. The democratic party is now in a most hopeful condition, and if democrats are true to f selves and their principles, we can i.jw lay the foundation for that success which will free the country from the thralldoui of radicalism. The issue is made up and every voter is sustaining or opposing negro-suffrage. Let us do our whole duty. By this means only can we hope for general ultimate success. We i-huuld not be satisfied by simply a ma jority, but should make it a majority of which we may justly be proud. Give one good, hearty effort more for the preservation, or restoration, of a constitutional government! CENTER TOU'XSIIIF CON TENTION. The democra...

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. — 1 April 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. Sews AbouT Home. Last wtk wjis a good week for acci dents, casual itie9, etc. It is desired to ascertain the wherea bouts of one "J. W. K." Sua a miking If progressing slowly, with a good prospect of a poor crop. Thk Presbyterian sociable convenes this afteruoon end evening at the resi dence of G. Blain, east Plymouth. Thk Parish sociable of the St. Thomas' parish meets this evening at the residence of M II. Rice, on Michigan street. A little child, whose name we were un able to learn, was quite seriously injured on Tuesday last, by falling through the railroad bridge on Michigan street. It is seldom that we use the columns of this paper to puff or notice the thous and and one articles known a patent medicines. M. C. Republican. Who says " use Barrett's ? " Yaxi-ow river is in an "interesting situation," but no fears are apprehended at present, as the volume seems to be on the decrease . Romantic On Monday last, a family was observed " hiding out clothes, with the aid ...

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. — 1 April 1869

The (iraiit (iift Euterprlse. Shortly after General (Jrant'3 election o Uie Presidency, and immediately after his brief risk to this city, last November, the CttiZi n felt forced to allude to what was then deemed a delicate matter, to wit, the Oeneral's reputation as one of the readiest of receivers, we recounted how soon after the close of the war, certain gentlemen in thia city subscribed and pre sented to him the handsome sum of $100, 000 in I'nited States securities; how friends had bought, furnished, and stocked a house for him in Washington ; how other friends had bought a house for him in Galena; how still other friends had purchased and presented yet another complexly lur-n'shL-d house in Philadelphia; and how Grant bad bean the recipient of libraries, pictures, horses, wintv, cigars, dogs, and pretty much everything else worth ollering or bestowing all of which had been free ly pouri d in upon the General and SI free ly absorbed, till it had come to be under stood throughou...

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. — 8 April 1869

mm P PLY MOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 84 18(50. NUMBER 31. Poetry. i WW' H7.V zr WO TITKIt. Let me whip hun for his mother, H; is pucii a naughty hoy, lie the b thy tried to -mother. And heVhrokcn Kmrna's toy. lf (fee doll I L'.ivft to Ellen, II km melted ort" the rose. Ai.d there roillv 1 no telling To what length hit mischief croes. Umt nisrht he jmt onicker 'Neath Aunt Jtmftm lt chair. Ari'l he to'd m -nch a whacker When Mk-d how it eM thore. Thn when told poor old Mrs. Tood''3 Was inat startine on by r.-til, B tied her two fat poodles Fast together hy the tail. It rallT is qui'e shocking How one's Bertas h- daily ir ; He pnts piM into one's stocking-. And Cayenne in one's cigars. You may gnes thit many other Boyinh trick he"- daily at. So I'll whin him for his mother, A? a tiresome little hrat. TO TILE FLOWER. Ml M. AN'.LER Al.DF.N. W mle! little wild (lowers under the ?uow, Lytag .ill winter, waiMujr to b'ow. Wake, for the storm clouds of...

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. — 8 April 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. EDITSD AMU FCLI8HKI BY D. E. Van Valkenburh. Ih.iriday. April 8, 186. ELECTION" ITEMS. Tbo election id Center township came near going radical, by default. The democrats, confident in their strength, stayed at home in such num bers as to really endanger the success of the ticket. The radicals, taking advantage of the lethargy of their op ponents, strai ned every nerve, and the consequence was our majority only rangred from 70 to 120, whereas we have in fact a majori ty f 250. The most disreputable paactices were in dulged in by the radical candidates and their friends, and truth and decency were totally disregarded. A few dem ocrats, only, however, allowed them selves to be duped into the support of an unprincipled demagogue and negro equalityite. Our light majority is wholly owing to the light vote. With nearly 1,200 voters in the township, less than 800 votes were polled, and we owe our light majority wholly to ourselves. In Green township, whe re the vote has for so...

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. — 8 April 1869

i - H Trail ftl? WIIIR A T Hbaten, HetL, Chaos A5D Paradi. II IV WTm .fIVVll'A 1. The great revolring humbug, and vain Sews About Home. Detroit contains 80,000 Inhabitants. J. V. Bailey, offers bargains in Town Lots, unequaled by any. Fatlknor recently took an anabrotype picture of a group of seventeen persons. Piokons abound in liberal numbers In this vicinity, affording some labor for the boys. Parish sociable this evening at at resi dence of Joseph Wester velt, smith-Plymouth. A new flouring mill is in process of construction on the lot south-west of the Methodist church. 'f nil tide of Yellow river is on its ebb, and in the course flf a few vecks travel may be resumed across Lowland. Reap the card of J. S. Airman; he keeps r. well selected stock of groceries, and the choicest of country produce. CoNCBistis still iusession, and that is alt we can say for it. W.uld we were not compelled to say so much. The "hop" at Corbin & Benson's hall, last Tuesday evening was wtf'. attende...

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. — 8 April 1869

Good Veu Think About Them. Wu;ii . -i '!' (.March 1 Correspondence of tue S 7 r;icri!e Journal i Radical.) There is' no rise attempting to disguise the fact that there is a ereat deal of feeling nmor.g the leading Republicans at the manner in which the President has given so strong a personal tone to his adminis tration in this, Ifta earliest stage. Even members of the House who voted tor the re peal ot this act, and who would do so again if it was on the tapis, arc not charry of declarations that in their opinion Presi dent Gr-.nt's active efforts, and mingling in the fray to secure a repeal, are rot cal- . ited to breed good feeling. Nor are 1 my deemed sagacious and prudent, com bined with the cavalier manner in which many persona have been treated who have respect fully tendered an advisory opinion as to the wants of their sections and lo ries with regard to appointments and other matters. "These things are making m d men sore and irritable. I do not kü.)w that President Grant i...

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. — 15 April 1869

WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 15, 1869. NUMBER 32. PLYMOUTH poclnj. THB OLD RED GATE. BY BSSM DAVIS. Onck mor in tho rtyin t dty. By the oM red sra'e I tanl : Th clover lies preen at my feet. It b1ooms re whita in my hand ; While hadowf th'i tocast are waving. Wirb a dull, nncknrwld?ed naln. For tim to come SSCS I am wishing, With the sift of my yoath again. Oh ' to tand In the amher lh'h. With my heantiful dark-yed love, Whn the clovar V.iy irre-n at onr fret. And tn ! locu wer; blooming above ; To hold a w'ii'e hand af pnrtnj, And touch the rod !ir- of fhe irirl. Whn the moor. roe ov-r tta lik'let. Which shone like an Orient pearl. he is Mn asleep in tho churchyird, 'Veath blo!om. and bow. and "ine : Mv name a inscribed on the h:n:tttone The name thit wis her and mine ; And earland- of will efeaatfl Are "'rondlnu' the dn-k K ite, Whoo U;. r. t mine when we parted. Way down by the old red gite. The !aiie were whiteninr the hillside. And cv m -n I n...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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