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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, jus tice, 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 ...

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. — 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...

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. — 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 Mas sachusetts than in any other section of the country, anil it is equally true, but not so generally known, that their condi tion is little better than that of the juveile negro population in the palmy and fl mrish- ing 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 con centrate their tff rts upon needed re forms about home, rather than to try...

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. — 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 ...

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. — 27 May 1869

I ! : MAR THE BKHOCRiT. EDITED AND BUIH E r ::T Tfctmisalay, Slay 9Ta 1809. THK HOBTOH IIfFAHT. Wc com mend the article' taken from ihn pk;ma 7. t -ri!:u,i 1,:. tue Lnicago Jrost. cuDiisnea in this . . , . . , , paper thisweek, to the careful perusal of our readers. The Post ms intensely ; ,a;,"",,.MUU'0 ;."IUV" , self-respect t0 attempt to ju ctily the : 1. f t 1 A 11 I miamy ( perpetrated by the radicals in our le-.s'.ature, st the order ol 0. P. -.1 x' . , . , , Morton. No radical journal make, a rejptableaargwmeat ia defense of the j three' week eaeh. if the business re-treachero-is conrseparsued by Tthcse puire it. The act does not take c f-ilij-a!vised legislators, and.Lut very fectuutil after the couveniug of Jthc few are so lost to shame as to mr.kc any I jun(; term, which term will be held as whatever. Any class of men who follow the lea.i o! 0. P. M )rt jn immediately SO cure a through ticket to that region Where honor is unknown and decencv - is a c; ime. If theJreprescnt...

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. — 27 May 1869

- i c 1 THE DEMOCRAT. Mews About Home. The Presbyterian sociable meets this afternoon and evening at the residenco o Mrs. ßorton opposite the seminary. Kooxtz & P vLMK,on La Porte St. have added to their store ft fine sod fountain. It .works well; we know whereof ve at firm. H- G. Thayer, Esq., of this place, and J. D. Thayer, Eeq.', of Warsaw, started for Indianapolis OB Monday evening to rep resent their various lodges at the meeting Of the Grand Masonic Le.lge of the state now in session in that city. . ... i ta-! rrrn -m 1 I Tninp rvnor iSJU JL I ...iicn. 1,,. lim uere worked the roads are in penect conclition. As the firemen do not WOtk the street! it would be good '-practice" for them to .nm nut r.-r-ai jdrIIt and snrmkle tiicin a little, They ought to have some excr -eis, or the machine will get rusty. TnsFeatiTal of St. Michael's Catholic Church, Tuesday evening last, at Corbin .ft na'i bnll. was a verv agreeable and succcssiui auair. sue - . . nmoii pp 1 was good, and 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. — 27 May 1869

Georgia. As i ,r, Sfcty conducted, and influential K p in i. ijt' wpnptTH s there are in the L'uMtvi Mtes sa lh.it Governor Bullock, of Georgia, is a bait mm, and that he wsntl Congress to interfere with the af- t.tir t t'.at EM te by Itcislat ion which will s nd it btcK. to a territorial condi tion, or make him omnipotent in political m iiiagciiieut, or placethc S ate once more under military iule. He is a vicious, wmdj, aii't uns -rupulous Kadical, and ! en shorn of his povv r by a conser a'ive Leij'.slamre s President Johnson was h(i ru of bis i owe! by his opponents ia Congress. Bttlluck'i office lias placed "a barren sceptre in Iiis rripe," which has been wrenched from iiiru " by unlineal hands," iiMWWCfc us tii.- whole State organization is withool authority in law, and is the creature oi trickery und despotism. The white people of the St-ate. however, have managed as to obtain control of the Legislature and of most of the county ffices. Thej bate elected their judges, j tetic...

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. — 3 June 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 3, 1869. NUMBER 39. ßoetrs. TOO LA Tbl. BY T1 Dl OH LI DLOW " Ah .' si la (hmssj MMV -i (a rl-UUsst pourait .'" Tiiebs at und old mau on a rck Ami ncMMtag bewailed him of Fate That concern where we all mut take stock Though onr vote ha.- no hearing nor weight ; An t the oUi man eanir him an bid, old sons; N.rver sans oice so clear and strong Th it it coald drown the old man'- long, For he !ag the son M Too late I Too late r 44 When we want, we have for onr pains The urom!se th if it we but wait Till the want ha tmriied ont of our brains Ewrv means shall he pre-eut to nat; ; While we send tor the napkin the soups gets C .Id. While the bonnet i tximuning the face ?rows old. 'V ien we've matched our button the pat tern i sold. And everything come- too late too late ! m When i-trawborries -eem''l like red heavens Terrnpln stow a wilri dream Wh -ii my brail was at ixes and sevens If ray mother had 1 folkc ' and ice-c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 June 1869

5H! TBE DEMOCRAT rciTCD unrntuuu nr I). E. Van Valkenburrk. Thuisdn). June 3, 1SC9. Ir. O. I. 3IrJon,s Opinion. Mr. 0. P. Morton's opinion on the law of quorums is a paper that will not add anything to the not very large re putation ofthat senator for statesman ship. It i.s a labored attempt to prove that the settled and uu if or in interpre tation of the term quorum, found in all the American constitutions, is wrong, and that the new interpretation which rotation which d is right : that t P n,..i,l-;nl Mr. Morton has inrentei the common jndgtnen since the institution of rej -rcsentative government, has been false, and that the judge tLcnt of the individual Mer ten is true ; that even the convention which trained the Indiana constitution, while supposing and intending that the term meant one thing, in reality made it mean something else. The Indiana constitution dfffersfiom the federal constitution and from DOtl of the other state constitutions, in pro viding that -two thirds of eac...

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. — 3 June 1869

DEMOCRAT. News About Home. Rkmov.u.. Ah. Becker's grocery firm . may hereafter be touncl in the OKI auction room under this office. ; p1.r.?.,NAi..-TheTuimTous friends of laetaet Sim-one will be pleased to know I that he has so fat improved as to be able to make hb appearance upon the street. : i -T- - , , W nnderrtand thai tbe property kbowh aa WesterTelt'a corner, has been boafht by Wai. BIcndall, Eeq ., of this place. Our . r 1 -i ..:,-.! r,Am UlforuiJltlOl' however. 13 ilcTlcd HOm that quaint goaaiper, Madam Humor. Personal. Dr. T. D. Lemon, of La Porte, lias in his peeeeeaiofl a couple of laeter-egga bofiad and colored 33 years. ago. Their content, bare become dried to such aa extent as to render thadl ex ceedingly light. The Episcopalians of .Smth. Bend ate we wwerawiM, auuui cicv. a editic.-. lloaey and its eqairalent has irMil Wn anhsrihed to the amonnt of already been subscribed to tne amonnt oi Thia la right, a atep too long deferrc 1. Caaansoa Tleas Court is in sc Ion, ,l...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 June 1869

Mr. 0. P. Morton', Oplulou. Mr. O, P. Morton's opinion on the law of quorums is a paper that will not add anything to the not very large reputation of that Senator for statesmanship. It is a labored attempt to prove that the settled and uniform inu rpretation of the term quorum, found in all the American consti tutions, is wrong, and that the new inter pretation which Mr. Morton has invented is right ; that the common judgment of mankind, since tne institution of represen tative government, has been false, and that the judgment of the individual Morton is true; that even the convention which framed the Indiana constitution, while supposing ar;d Intending that the term meant oue thing, in reality made it mean something else. The Indiana constitution differs fiom the Federal Constitution, and from most of the other State constitutions, in provid irg that "two-thirds of each House shall constitute a quorum." Most of the con stitutions rt quire only a majority of each house. The object ...

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. — 10 June 1869

YMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 10, 1869. NT MB ER 40. Ijaetrti. NKEDLKS AND Ye sra trivial ttdsf , With invisible v. lags, K diet ard pine; OmhM at( menu, (iood pointed mid keen, lueful alike to th-: eook or h i qs -en, Bright needles aid pins. Men have waxed wro'h Kor t&e want or ye both. . -edles and pin ; Wo uen have railed, Reddened and paled, ilnn ted and r-colded til! Managt has failed. For needle and Sias, Head ronnded and bright. Et- sdnsr'e an 1 ''irrtt, Needle tad pin-; Ye h ive wiT.eed strains c ne. Sharp. h!un' and hetweenn ; Working for a'.r :i and woiSJag for fiend, Brillit needle and pins. The re- of that frill I due to yonr skill. Need!et'and pin: The droop and Mi fSCS Of yon -at.n and iace. And the look of content on that younir husband" fae. Oh ! needle? and Dins. Ye have asSatal the rent In the bgj uri nnMit, Net'd tea and pin ; A ye've mer.d-d hi tears. So ve've rifirhtened hi- cares. Ti 1 airain h SSf mm of your ltd for...

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. — 10 June 1869

Tlmraday. Juni- 10, 109. nroviston. it V. eine tlio Hrar rw.Ir. nf am ,.fr......i 1 ist.. I i r.. .k..: 1 it nilt.VA flltlf - nirvr.nl ia fin- ... I'.i...., ' jivj., i.uuir; iins.-iuu aii'i lurm ine i i;iiie, jinn einer me . j -L , , m . , m , j , , m M ,. , uoou laitb was at the tme made pub- u I. a tauiLi vi ifj-jui" nu.s. ii fi.wn ot Nortn I ritte at n m i: v 11.. i i m i t .t p nun tunu ui .luu.i j uillL ai IV H. IU. p ' nn IV hnwovor Kiiivnn iii.n.nni. . I Ii i rt v- ii i n Iii.uv,., jirn It n i 'i i I n er Th iin(l.ririii lininirpiri'iiaipn tri ltvcrT tu- llnvr on hand nt .Ultima a corr THE DEMOCRAT. KP1TED AND PrBLISHFD BY D. E. Van Yulkcnburgh. ; ward. This is dune to avoid the steep, grades over the bluffs back of the city, wliiol: would have b;en required had it ! left the city directly west. Passing -The New Albanv Led'ter says a rreat blue heron, a bin! of nassafre trams to make the road complete, fi h stolen from 8pps aquarium.... The company's wafer tanks are all jut 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. — 10 June 1869

TO DEMOCRAT. lfV8 About Homo. TnE Commissioners' Court is in ses aion. Too iuueh of a cood thing the rain j yesterday. A fine MW side-walk "13 beini; laid from Plenu m's corner to Washington street. 1 1 in.? iv.-im.ii..v . . "77 x . Mn t ; : (rent lernen will please cm at . . , mm and get Jobs printed for them. Certain this office Rebovvl We notice that Engest Lew is has rensored his barber shop to tbe suite of rooms over ITawley's shoe store. To J much of a poor Iking fire printing-office loafers on duty at the same time. Tm Good Templars of Boorbon will jive an entertairment at that place to morrow evening, consisting of astrale, tablt.iux, etc. Cobrection. In thc Bdrertisement of J. E. Wvstervclt's, in our Inst issue, the price of thread should have read, " six spool for M cents," instead of 35 cents. In another column it will be seen hat Dr. Heckell treats or. a subject of vita; interest to inhabitants of this re gion. Afruo is Kins. The circus and menagerie held in this place l...

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. — 10 June 1869

How Grant Loves the Soldiers. President Grant's affection for the soldier is notorious; so deeply and fondly does he love these brave warriors who were the means of elevating him to th position which he now occupies, that he is unwilling that they should be contam inated by contact with the politicians who abound in our postofflces and custom houses, and so removes them from posi tions which they hold in these and other government Alices, all over the country. How exceedingly thoughtful this is, and what a fatherly interest he evinces in their moral welfare! Unfortunately, howevrr, for the temporal welfare of these dis placed soldiers, they relied entirely on the positions which they he:d for the bread they ate, and their removal by the one who should be their best friend is likely to occasion much misery and suffering among them. These are amoDg the survivors ot the great civil war, wlose services, as we mentioned yesterday, have been almost forgotten, and their claims are fast bei...

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. — 17 June 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 17, 1869. NUMBER 41. Ooctrp. RESOLUTION. If you've anv ta.k to do. Let me whisper, friend, to yon. Do it. If you've any thinp to sy. True and needed, yea or uay, Say it. If you've any thing tQ 0ve, Ao a blessing from above. If you're any thin? to erive. That another's joy may live. Love it. Give It. If aome hollow creed you doubt, Thonch the whole world hoot and shout DouM It. If you know what torch to lieht. Guiding others through thenijht. Light it. If you've any debt to pay, Kent yon neither night or day Pay It. If vou've any joy to hold Next your heart, lest it srow cold. Hold it. If you've any grief to meet. At the loving Father's feet. Meet it. If you're s;lven Hgftt to see What a ctaiM of God should be. See It. Whether life ve bright or drear, Thf re' a meMee w.-et and clear Wavlaperc : rtowu toevi-ry oar Hear it ! Selects ITltsfcllanr). We were e-iyht, including the driver. We bad not spoken during the p...

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. — 17 June 1869

THE DEMOCRAT BP I r BD A5DrrBLIBBKD BT D. E Van Yalkenbiirgh. Thanday, Jnn 17, 1869. NOTICE. With this number we assume the editorial and business management of Thi Democrat, during the tempora ry absence of the editor. IJaving made a formal bow to the patrons of Thb Democrat in times past, we do not think it necessary to repeat the op- j tration at this time, bul will merely state that whatever, in the manage ment of the paper, is deserving of praise is to credited to us j while that which is deserving of blame is to be cored to Van's account. With this understanding we subscribe ourself, heerfully, etc., J. McDonald. Oh jl Lak. We understand that a gay and fes tlTe "cuss" a runner for tome wholesale estab sient. wan in this city last Saturday, on a regular "bender." He was conspicuous particularly when la dien wer? to he found, and made himself espec ially offensive to them. Hia conduct was said to be rude and insolent in the extreme. He doubtless will again visit this place soon,...

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. — 17 June 1869

ii,.,,.,f,0 K.....I .i.i piiuiwiiiii, iiuivrii.uiUK, miuiniK imim mriiu. auu a mrjjv IUI TAT lOrw Iliri I'y IlOtlni (A tlfttlt' rw v, A . . r,i-,' nt tili I riii.li THE DEnOfRAT, Sews About nopic. Where is the street sprinkler? Commissioners' Court adjourned yesterdaj. 8tra wberries sour and diminu tive 20 cents per quait. The Demochat office is prepared to do firat-class job work. Terms reasonable. Mr. J. C. BlRDSELL, secretary of the South Beud Driving Park Associ ation has our thanks for coroplimen- tary' - The Presbyterian sociable meets this afternoon and eveoing at the residence of J. Paul. A general invitation is ex tended. Thb saw-mill and works connected j therewith, belonging to HuffBros., at Argos, was destroyed by fire last week. ; Estimated loss, 1 3,1 00 m Tue cupola o ' the German Evan- gelhal Lutheran church building s approaching completion, and presents a v,ry fine appearance. Wb notice that O. 1 Bailey & Son have succeeded tkt firm of N. D j Lovely & Co , ...

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. — 17 June 1869

The Wr Election Blots in Washing ton. The negro suffrage experiment is be glnLing to brini? forth its natural fruits, in scenes of riot and bloodshed. That disturbances similar to those m Washing ton have not yet taken place throughout the Southern States, is doubtless owing to the fact thst all the elections yet held in those States under the negro-suff 'age regime have been under the overawing and repressive superintendence of the Federal army. In the seven States which rati fid negro constitutions, the (fScers were chosen at the same time that the constitutions were voted cr. and while the State were still under martial law. Had Washington been under martial law on Monday, with an armed Federal force present to preserve order and repress outbreak the election riots would not have occurred. The natural working of the neirro suflrsge experiment can be jurie d f only by its operation in places where the terror of military authority d'ies not hold the negroes in check. The District o...

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. — 24 June 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 24, 1801). NUMBER 42. Uoctrj). HO W I I HAPPENED BY JOHN' A.XK. M Ah ! w love each other well : better far than can tell." Said mr rharm -r- '-bat in .ain Are my't ff-rt 10 explain How it h ippened ! Tell me, now. Dearest, of the why and how ! , Since the i'act we c mnot douht. Tell me how it came afoont." Well, my Urhng, I will try Toexplun the how and why. tSpetaini: for myself not yon; That, of courr-e. 1 can not dot Not your (brilliant mind alone Could haw thai enthralled my own : Not tne ca'm of every ffrare Beamin.' from your -ünuy face ; Not your voice thoneh rauic be Lew melodlon-' to me : Not yonr kt.-! ewe -ter far Than the rtropa of Hybia an- : None of thee. from each apart. Conld have so enchained my heart ; Nay. not e'en 'he wondron- whole Could have flxet my wayward onl : Had not love -votir love -prevailed, All the re.-f h-.d ur ly tailed! There I yon have tli- r tson. dear I I the expiana- ron cl...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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