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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 22 April 1869

TOIlf 11 Ial7 AstI 4 V 1 EDITED AND PUBLISHED BY D. E. Van Yalkcnburgh. Thnri(U'. April 9, 1809. TO ÜlR BUTROX. We wish to state to our friends and patrons that after nest week we shall receive no Local Advertisements cx - eept froa parties having regular standing advertisements in our paper. We shall not depart from this rule. Tili: Dl'TY OF DEMOCRATS. In these days ot radical triumphs, I and while that nartv holds the Min. r j r age and offices of the country in the general government, and most of the states, cities and counties, the man who consistently and unflinchingly stands bv tha democratic organization and votes for the nominees and labors' tor its success, certainly to all appear-1 ance at least works 'or principle,' and not for personal proGt. And men working gratuitously for the public good generally ehafe BDdei restraints and trammels, but at tne same time cases frequently arise where, if they decline to submit to necessary restraints j and directions their misguided an...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 22 April 1869

I I THE DEHÖCRAT. Sews About Home. i Kall Im iUa ilo luersds nail u tue lopic , Axothbk ruas-i nf rrmrersation T" T.. t I Som. chao feu invented sweet qui- , . a Ta ' I . nine, ana procured a patent omi. nw takes an agency for Marshall. , . fl!1 . ,o)o n ner prohibited by law. The most disA bbw bana-np fiddle for sate, on easx . . it t jrusiinf and useieaa oiLscournii:5 of crontrrmü Call . it ths office, or adoress J. " . . . fo W. K., p. o. hox W, Plymouth, Ind. n.nnvii 1n Alorwlnv in at noticed 1 al iflk. eminence of Hn rv Wood V11C J ! v. - bury. He looks about well, as usual. j Too Bad. On Thursday taet a lady on Michigan St. had her vail whisked off by the wind, and only roeorored it after an ; ai s' j exciting chase. Ladies, watch your vails Oh Thursday last a train of twelve ; coaches and three baggage cars, laden with soldiers, passed through this plac en route for the frontier. Persowai. The many friends of Emmet Simons will be interested in learning that he has so far impr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 22 April 1869

The Purposeless Partj. Ose of the main reasons why the Republican party can count up, in its brief history of a very few years, so many of what, in a political point of view, may be considered successes, is that, from the beginning, the party was founded upon no nxed princ:ple or purpose. Of course, there was the single end in view, the attainment of power ; but how this power was to be reached, and, above all, how it was to be held when once in band, has been dependent from the start upon the happenings of the hour. 1 rom the beginning, the party plan has been to cast its net in a boundless sea, the surface of which only could be seen, trusting to chance that every drag would bring to shore a few more fishes and, perchance, a few floating loaves. Consequently, pretty much every thing that has come into the net has been so much gain. Those to whom the whole of life is but a lottery count themselves not less lucky when they chance to find a bill or coin lying in the street tlmn when ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 29 April 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 29, 1869. NUMBER 34. pocirn. TEE ?OXG OF THMAKY1L. BY N. MtEIHERD. Within the. vülace unithy Ripht merrily I ring. And under the stroke of the hammer A tuneful pong I einp. Red glows the wile-mouthed furnace The heaving billows roarYon can hear their huge lungs panting Outside the open door. The smith is stalwart and mightyHe lifts his sledge on high. Then lets it fall on the iron. And the spark all round hiji fly. With a ready voice I answer. And cheer him with my song ; I sing to him while he labors I sing to him all day long. His arm is brawny and powerful. Its streng'h full well t know; He trikes with an earnest purpose. And heavily falls his blow. Tbc children stand in the dOOTWIJ, For they love to ?ee him !wing His sledge across his shoulder, While cheerily I eing. Mv voice cocs out to the village ; You can hear it far away. As I cheer the smith in his labor Through all the live-long day. With every blow f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 29 April 1869

vm THE DEMOCRAT. fkWMUri April 8)S, 1 SC.). 1 - CORPORATION C O.VVEXTIOV. I The democracy of ihe town of VjW 1 outh will meet in convention to-day, ' TnrrtiAV. AfUl -0, at 4 ociock r. m., at the court honse, for the pur- . oof rut tin -in nomination a cor-Lr X a - oration ticket, to I elected .CXI Monday. A lull attendance is earnestIv desired. 13v Order of Committee. ORI'OItiTIOU ELECTlOM. TV'., wlcl, fn-.U tlto rool ntten-l mwa v..v, - t'nn a( timed intfirpctp.l wet th nntlM At ... -.v. convention published to-day. and to the election to be held on Monday , iicxt. corporation, While this is only rtcd sceminLMV. unimportant election, .1 .. i-i re?a,J it as of mUk importance, ; ..d think every democrat should so reprdit. A cunning, well deviled and pi . . i f powerful combination baa been lormed , ril j 10 secure conrrt-i or inc curporuuu,uu , . . i i ' under false gn.se placet, nth. hands . of radicals TU t,wn is de.r.oent.e . by over 100 Diajonty, and it would be disgraceful to pe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 29 April 1869

THE DEMOCRAT Sews About Home. " PlWIIMUl sociale tins afternoon and cTeninc at the residence of N. Oglesbec, south Plymouth. All are invited. te t?pv J. Schlosser will preach in WcrfefftftkrtOT tadSY MIMI 10:30 a. m., and 7 p in. Oam II ork Hop. There will be one ; more hop this season, at usual place, on eat admiration from all who have viewed 1 planted the Church ia Upper Asia, next Fridav evening. It is expected tint a. The divine service commences at A Hfe PfcfjgU, the magi sall will he present who are accustomed to . prcuscly 10 o clock a. m. JL put him j. pris0B aud after- , Hann. Ob Use ffth inst.,iy the Rev. J. Schlosser at the residence of Mr. Jesse Williams. Ma. Joseph Rlto of Argus, it M . k '.v A I nt T Ills TO miss .u.isti.i;t. i 'y. v. v ....w county. The advertisement of Messrs. Reeve A: Hu in net i otiser should he read bv all of a speculative turn of mind. Hn- property 'I ... 1 they offer is in the business center of our town and will be sold at a bargain. Two new m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 29 April 1869

Worse than Weak. President Grant is rapidly subsiding into a stolid stn-'dity, or a stupid stolidity, which, cons 4 ring all things, is almost sublime. He es not seem to care whether school keeps or not He no ioDger makes tht feeblest struggle against the tide, but calmly floate OB and with it, and bobs up and down as every Radical Tipple bobs him. This is the spectacle presented by our new President, who has been tided "on from a tanpit and floated into his present position. Under these circumstances, how long it will be before he ceases to be an object ot passing inter est to the public, am' become a mere object of contempt, evt-L to his party, is a matter of such incont. quence as to be scarcely worth inquiring. And yet the general public the people who have business, prope-ty, concern in public matters, and a regai d for national honor cannot but be vi'all interested in the conduct of great affairs v hich directly and indirectly affect all other affairs, great and small, p iblir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 6 May 1869

i PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1869. NUMBER 35. i Us 3 I i i i ! i i 5 I Öclcctcö illistcllani). The Old Pennsylvania Farmer. BT BAYARD TAYLOR. Wellwell I this is a comfort, now the air is mild as May, And yet 'tis March the twentieth, or twenty-first. to day : And Renben ploughs the hill for corn ; I thonght it would he toauh. Bat now I see the farrows turned, I guess it's dry enough. ii 1 don't half live, penned up iu doors ; a stove's not like the snu. When I c in't see how things go on, I fear they're b idly done : I might have farmed till now, I think one s fanfly is so queer As if a man can't oversee who's in his eightieth year ! III. Father, i mind, was eighty-five before he ?ave up his; Bat B wmmm slgtli and crippled with the rhenmatiz. I followed in the old, steady way. so he was satisfied ; Bot Renben likes new-fangled things and ways I can't abide. IV. I'm glad I built this southern porch; my chair seems easier here : 1 haven't ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 6 May 1869

THE DEH9CRVT. EDfim N r VCnt.! STIFT BT D. E. Van Yalkenhurgh. Thondar, May 0. I 09. Til: RESI '.T OF THE COR roiu io klectiox. jnennuntsana tear, ePre,sen vs lest wek relative to tWesuU of the town election were more thin realized on Monday. The entire radical ticket was eleeted by an average majority of oonrMify. VS nile we anticipated trouble and a . r mi i . It I ciiwp nnc, wa certainly were very much surprised ar this result. But after viewing the field and nearehing ou the causes of our defeat, we are ttb"ut as much disgusted ns surprised. For several niuDt'is every possible effort has been made to create disaffection in the minds of the -e 'pie of our town with the administration of the democratic officers. To accomplish this purpose the parties interested have labored to take the organization of firemen in rt body over to the support of any radical ticket that might be nominated. An effort was also mad? to convince the business men and merchants of the town that tbeir intere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 6 May 1869

r THE DEMOCRAT. Sews About Home. LTfc Cheyenne and Denver papers from our friend S. R. Edward. Many thanks. Th last hop wa a pleasant affair. All mirf to et jv the festive occasion and only regrettcil that this was the last of the aerks. 31brif.d. On the 2? uit., at IIalnneer's hotel, iu south P'ymouth, by J. G. Osborne, Eeq., Patrick S. Mulligan and Ali3 Margaret Ann Barrett. Silver plated ware, fruit uishes, etc., are BIBtBtSs-tB which all des re unadulterated by base ami inferior metals of worthless tone. We notice, howtvei , that our young frind, J. R. Losey. has received a lime stock which he warrants to be Simon pure. Lost. On the evening of the last hop. a lady's fan. The finder arm oe nanu-1 4 ! tl... - , t tM ' a I sonuly rewarded iy leaving at So. 14 Michigan st. Tlie artKle is mm valued for its intrinsic worth but as r " fmnily r lie" and its romantic care r. The tinder will rctcive the riebt blessings springing from tlie warm impulses of a grateful (diminutive) heart. Lo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 6 May 1869

President Grant Viewed through Republican Spec tuck a. "We transfer to our columns a somewhat audac ous leader from the Chicago Tribune, the ablest and most widely circulated Republican journal in the West. Its frankness and sincerity are creditable t the paper in whit i it appears, and a gratifying token of th. growing independence of the newspaper press, which dares to speak out on subjects that concern the public interest, in cases where a timid aonao nf nartv t;Hv would restrain a manly declaration Of the truth. Boring that General Grant is a Western man, that he was nominated for the Presidency by the urgency of Western sentiment and Western pride in his military reputation ; seeing that he is a citizen of Illinois, and that ihe paper in which this plain -speaking criticism appears is the foremost Republican organ in that State, there is no quarter in which the mirror could be held uo to hia mistakes with so preat a likelihood of compelling his attention, as in this influential...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 13 May 1869

t . ... PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 13, 18(H). UMBER 3. Poetry. TUE BABY SHOW. BT KATE WOODLAND. " I iinreiBT ten little eMdcens are heft," Mrs. Biddy ?aid, from her downy net, "I have white, and yellow, and sneckled, and brown. And a top-knot perchert on each head for a crown. How conning they look, with theii little white feet, And tiny hill picking for something to eat ! 1 think, Mistrees Betty, yon'11 say with me. They're the prettiest babies yon nr Vvl ."' "Jnstlook at my babies," the gray duck cried, As she led the way to the water side. How proudly each lifts his shininsr head. Then dives to the depths I the snarklinsr bod ; A fig for the babies that cannot eo Where the beautiful fi-h are swiirtmine below : I am sure if you searched the wide world o r Such babies as mine there were never before." Speakin? of hahis."' old Tabitha Mid. Come look at my little ones unrter the shert : Five little kittens so CSSSiSf and bright. With the ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 13 May 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AMD FCLLISHED BY D. E. Van Yalkcnburgh. Thursday, May 13, 18G9. THE MAT H STATED. Plymouth, Ind. May 7. 1869, Ed. Democrat! As ed tor, you cm say what you please and vls often m you please. In dividuals affected, are dependant on your courtesy lor privelege of reply, in your remarks aDout trie corporation j me; mus icavmg me in a ioui pwrn. understanding as to the grievance suf- which be introduces at length, we have election this week, you use my name, If the move was really one by th peo- j fered by Mr. Reeve at our hands, we simply this to say : We do not think and I assume that your are willing pie regardless of party, they had used repUblish so much of our article of last llat the old boaid exceeded its authoryour readers shall hear me on the oth- my name without notice to me before week as rcferrcd to himin any manner: ity with the firemen; nor that the er side. You arc mistaken in several or after and my best course was to Reeve assfcrts in str0DMcrmS aS3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 13 May 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. Sews About Home. Trains will run through to Peru on the C. C. Ac L R- R- on and after next Mnday. Th saw-millest who borrowed a pair of small leather bellows from this office, will please return the same at his earliest opportunity. The new board of Trustees organized last week. Mr. C. H. Reeve failing to qualify for the Second Ward, Mr H. B. Reeves, (radical) was appointed in his place. 3Iaeiko On the 9th irst., in Plymouth, at the residence of Mr. Bell, by the Rev. J. E' Chapin, Ma. Elijah McKklfresh and Miss R.vcnai A. Davis, both of Marshall County. Philharmonic Society, under the direction of E. Trice and officials of the society will give a vocal entertainment at Balcony Hall, Friday evening. May 14th for the benefit of the Methodist. Presbyterian and Lutheran Sabbath schools. Allmission X cts., children 15 cts. Ticket.? for sale at Flemings Book Store, and at the door. Irresponsible. J. Roas& Co. of Philadelphia, pretended advertising agents, :ave tu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 13 May 1869

Restive Radicals. The rats are beginning to leave the sinking ship, as rich vermin are certain lo Co as soon as the., perceive the least sign of approaching disaster. Not only the poliiieian?, dflt ninte.1 applicants for offices, and persons -who have not been consulted as frequently as they suppose they should have been, who might naturally be expected to manifest some irritation and bitterness1, but many f the &trongest supporters of the present Executive, until within a few weeks past, and a portion of the m st influential of the Radical j mrnl9 of the country, are expressing their i!iapintnient and dis gu-t it the vacillating and corrupt policj of the government, as manifested during the past two mouths. A portion of them are crying out tor a change iu the Cabinet, forgetting that the difficulty originates at the fountain head, and that the several br.ui hes of the government but reflect the opinions and infirmity of pur poM s conspicuous in the Executive him self. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 20 May 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT VOUTME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 20, lbGiJ. NUMBER 37. I .1 I Poetry. PABY PAUL. r.T i K- HMOf Tnimrox. L in the early morning, ,Tnt af the pt-ep of ! iy. Dririnf The le-p from my eyelids, Pulling th t quilts awiy. Finrhinu' mv chick and my forehead, With hi white finer smtll. This is my brttat-ered darHsg, Thls1 mv ihv P-ul. Down on the rt or in thf parlor, Cwjpin wiiL liiugn tud shont. Or. ont in the kitchen and pantry, Tosin:7 til things about; RaUline 'he p uiJ the kettles, Scru'chiny the tahl and wall, Thi i my rouglsh (tuning, fhk is iny Baby Paul. Hiding on i's shoulder, TroMint: on irrandpa'" knee. Pnlllne hi- hair and whiskers. L-inhin K in Wildest sflee ; Ik .'-hinfor gnrstaa't knitting, Snatching her thimble and ball, Thi is oir honsho d idol, Tnia is our IViby Paul. Playinc: bo-peep "w'fh bis brother, K -'' tin li'tle stria, Romping with annt and uncles, Ciutchioir hi- sister's cor); Teiinr old pass from his umbers. Pattering o'er por...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 20 May 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND rrBMSUKD BY D. E. Van Yalkenbnrh. THE AMENDMENT WehfiveD0lani;ua?etoexprf8-. Onr contempt for the dishonorable, villain-1 ous conduct of tue radical Bernsen of the legislature, wits reference to 15th amendment. Every member who sanctioned the fraud (a full account of which we publish in another eotsssn) ... ..Ii p nas written or registered niraseu a scounrtrei or a tool. SI s 1 Their action was a3 was unjustbut the instigator of it, O. P. Morton, has pledged hiraelf to see that the U. S. Senate accepts it, and ii e a - . 1 1 : i ... J - - ' iiicreiore, tu an linems anu pui poses, the voice of Indir.na'has been given in favor of negro suffrage. The will of the people, the law, justice, the constitution of the Uuited states, and ot the severalties, are an made subservient to the 'necessities of the radical party. We have no gov-; crament.and no rights are cacred. How long the people will submit to this tyrannv is for tho futue to deter mine. We hope the time w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 20 May 1869

I mm THE DEMOCRAT, Revs About Home. Watcd.-A load of wood, left at this ' office. Th hop on Monday evening last was a pleasant affair Thk communication from Bullet " : was handed to us too late for publication . mis wees A drove of yonne cattle passed by ;his berg on Monday, southward hound. A new shoe shop'has been opened on Larorte street. Thi excuemcnt among our juvenile population just at present is the wire: hoop, impelled by an attached rod. Soda Wate. We imbibed a glass of aoda the other day, emanating from a i fountain costing 750 00. Go to Hill's and see it. A marriage occurred in this place a few days ago in which the bride was but 13 years of age. MaaiKD. By John G. Osborne, Esq., at his office in Plymouth, on the 11th lt., Mr. Francis Kinkade to Miss Harriet Pitman. RssotrTio or Thanks. Resolved that the thanks of the Presbyterian Sunday School are cordially returned to the Philharmonic socisty for the liberal dona-'her lion of a part of the proceeds of thair late concer...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 20 May 1869

V Startling Picture of Massachusetts Factory Lire, Boston Correspondence of the New York Herald. It is a matter of common information that children are more largely employed in manufacturing establishments in Massachusetts than in any other section of the country, anil it is equally true, but not so generally known, that their condition is little better than that of the juveile negro population in the palmy and fl mrishing days of Southern slavery. Education, morality, and Christianity have always been advertised as the chief products of the old Bay State, but there has always been an intentional or accidental omission of less worthy characteristics of this Puritan land. While there is undoubtedly much to praise and admire In Massachusetts laws and custom", it is nevertheless true that there is a very great deal to denounce, and it would seem to be well if some of the long-haired philanthropists would concentrate their tff rts upon needed reforms about home, rather than to try to am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 27 May 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, MAY 27, I860. NUMBER 3K. Poetry. MT LITTLE OXES. BT B. BOOTY. Never h nmee my litt'c one? make. Pattering through the hall: Never bit of trouble they take. Ahmi within my call My little one are, ana" oh I to good. Gathered ahont my knee. Harry would he a man, if he could. Though he Is only three. Benny, my eldest, my first-born, S 111 Hitting on my lap. Though he now dreams of the college hour, A ud hoists h ready cap. These are my little ones, ah ! so sweet ! And yt one more He nfcr has tried his little feet. Never beyond the door Nerle1 close in my heart uro all My quiet little ones; Ever within my whispered call, My noiseless little sons. They play at ball on U.e oaken floor. Many a time and oft : r steal behind through the optn 1oor To kiss me soft. My little one? in memory livr. All so quiet and stdl ; Never a bit of trouble they give. Thr-y come and go at will. Come and go about my home So oft und Mill : Id mv ...

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