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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 June 1869

T1H7 HF If lini I T I IlEi IIIVlltFl II 1 0. K. Van Yalkciiliunrli. n Cm II TllE LaPorte pnr ors rublish for a re-union of the 29th regime nl of n.vta tho raembers left had no Indiana volunteers, to take T'1'1C- I'"1 more power to errate a legislative en Pnrte, next August, that being the in- ictment, than a common twn meeting niversarv of the raeiaaeat'a orgaaiaa - t i tion. Camp Jaekson is to be re-estab- . , , , nsneu. tmm F I congress to accept the ae as legitimate eloquent in its bo datious of the 20th. i ;n cse. all other means failed of ac and promises nil kinds of -nod tilings comnlisbinir their ends. At the time in lehalf of the citizens of LaPorte. of its rWe hardly a man was found The first vi y of this celebrated regiment. war. r an o'd iariuer o! this county, v.l. om they t indent It ar-1 rociArl oT,rJ .. 1 1 , t n,l ; k nf tji l i a ....Ii ' insulted him in every conceivable man- ner; carried him to '"Camp Jnekson.'" j whereffei several days and nights, fee . v:,.i i ....

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. — 24 June 1869

THE DEMOCRAT Hews About Homo. Geo Lindsky, of PcsMoioe, Iowa- visited Plymouth a lew days ßince He reports his ' better two-thirds ' as ' Wfj rtc "" " THE side walk just south from Mrs. J ! r.r :: L- e I uouy 8 is tu a uau siaie 01 repairs, it don't velocipede worth a cent. Fire. The rcsidc-ace of L Ely, in Walnut township, was consumed by fire one day last week. Nothing was saved. THE receipts of the festival Tuesday evening, by the ladies of St Thomas' Parish, were about $160. The hall was decked and festooned in a manner uoiurpassed by any precedent, and all harmony prevailed. We neglected last week to make a note of the Graded school exhibition which occurred a few evenings pre vious. The hall was densely crowded and the rounds of applause which greeted the performances, showed con-J clusively that our good people appro-: eiste home talent in. munaer siotux in . venny a few days since made itself unph-as- antly manifest. Among other caper- and freaka of Jove, was the attack' I m...

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. — 24 June 1869

Tüe Radical Party A Fearful Pictnre. In the course of n article on "The Desperate Strai's of the Radical Party, the NMmd hUäUmotr draws the fol lowing vivid picture ofl that organization : "No party, in any free country under heave n, ever coiniuittt d so many crimes against liberty, law, and civilization as the dominant party have committed for the last eight years, even while they presumed to be the very apostles f litertv, and the foremost and mott pputiess champions of human freedom. Enslaving where they claim to emancipate; destroying where they claim to huild un : underminiue where they claim to be strengt hen iDg, and making broader the foundations of civil liberty ; rebellious where they claim to be patriotic ; fiendish, almost, where they claim to be saints, they have been beyond all that could have been prophesied, beyond all that could have been believed, a curse to this country, and an example of peculiar t,nd warning lawlessness, treachery, hy pocrisy, and crime to ever...

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. — 1 July 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. ft i VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 1, 18G9. NUMBER 43. 1 Poetni. ETENUfO SHADOWS. Screlt the Any i done ! ' Tis set of ii n. Lone fjll the sh idw- from the snowy hills : Not yet have wked the eleepy little nils : Bat softer air Flos1 "very where Aitho-: rh the day is done. Ah ye ' the day is done ! And one by one The ghosts of starlight flit across the sky j In doors, the lire-elves on the carpet lie. Tired of play. The children say. Because the day is done. We know the day is done I Onr feet have rnn TJnrestins in the path ttMt Dnty mvlc. Treading on thorns, of dangers not afraid. And rest is sweet Though night-hours fleet. And day again comes on. The day of life i done ! And set tta-i snn ! "Ermn dim to fairest i,'hrs that earth can show Ears heedless, though entrancing mti"ic flow, And marble brow Un wrinkled now ; Indeed the day is done I But i the day yet done ? And sc the snn I When se-s of amber lieht transfuse the air," And Paradisal ...

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. — 1 July 1869

Wtt TIIK DEMOCRAT. EUITUÜ AND i : Bl irllUD RV D. R Van Yalkettbargh. ThiiTMluy, July 1, I860. THEjCTATE. 5oTH 15 kn d: Grand B4I1 Jalj 5. .Horse struck Jy lightiUBg....Fes tival 1: t Tuo-dyy evening . . . .Metho dist church being demolished prepara tory to being rebuilt New woolen to be Luiit... .St. Jo. bote bss changed liar, h i at. KickardaOn to make a ffnt sooa. Cau't JOB Iron dovrn this vny, j'at S.m ftbodj is trying hard to create excitemen1 abuut a strike." t the Met hod 18 church 3 Votes were cast lor. and Ö against, lay representation . . . .The I n imi slops over in relation to the com lnencement exercise; at Notre Dame and St Mary's Amount of county tx collected last year, o-v5c0.io . . . .The Ümrot pny the state I -402.10 and draws 815,111.87 from the rchool fund . . . .Strawberries too com mon ...Younnian seriously injured by a stick, tli'own from a 1-uzz saw, striking him in. the Lroin . . . .Sroak thieves attending to "biz.'" . . . .Corn jTosp:cts poor. A fatal ef an...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 July 1869

es 1 THE lEMtClAT ews About Warne. Strawberries are scarce. Mr N. Maxky lias our thanks for a lot of fine strawberries. Geo. F. Benson, Esq., has returned from his Minnesota trip. The annual exhibit for this county for the year ending Mayolst, will be J 0 I found in another column The C. C. L. road suffers somewhat by the high-water between Plymouth and Rochester. Passenger traffic un interrupted. Two bridges were washed away by the high-water, on the P. F. W. & C. R. W., between this place and Chicago Trains were delayed but a short time. We have received a beautiful waltz composed by our hdlow-townsman, Mr. fieo. 0. Work. It is entitled -Effie Waltz," is neatly printed, and will be found to possess superior merit. Last week we omitted II. B. Dick son's remarks to delinquents. The Col. means business, and all interested par ties will do well to govern themselves accordingly. The Presbyterian Sociable is ap pointed for this afternoon and evening at the residence of Mr. .Tas. M. ...

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. — 1 July 1869

A Radical Paper on the New Secretary or the Nayy, The Chicaeo Tribune (Radical) of June 2t5th thus announces hiographically the appointment of Geo. M. Robeson as Sec retary ot the Navy, rice Borie, resigned : Ti.e appointment of Mr. Adolph E. Brie was a surprise to the world the only cne with which thtt gentleman's brief bi ography is filled. But his resignation had been so long and patiently waited for that it a!9o was a surprise that it came so slow ly. And now the country has a new sur prise in the appointment of Hon. Geo. M. R .Meson, of Campen, N. J., formerly At torney General of the Mate, which takes halt its name from the city of his resi dence. A though the name of the Hon. Geo. M. Robeson has not heretofore figured proaiaendj in the history of his country, an tnliaaaU acquaintance with human na ture m general enables us to s'ate that he t is horn at a very early period of life, Ui it he survived in safety all the common D4 ils of his infincy, and that throughout this perio...

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 July 1869

Poetin. PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XI V. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 8, 1869. NUMBER 44. f A GIUUS A GIRL FOR A' TU AT I there l.tdy in the land That leW her rank and a' that ? Wth swomfu! eye we pisn her by. And lit tit? ctre for ' that; For Natnre'i charm haH bear the palm A girl's a girl for a' that. What though her nock with gems she deck, Wi'h folly's gear and a" that. And i?ayly rifle i a p rai and pride ; We c to dispense with a th it. An honet he-irt acts no ?ach part A girl's a girl for a' that. The nobly born may proudly scorn A lowly mm nnd a' th it. A pretty f icj h i far more grae Than Ittagkt look asd a' that : A bonnie maid need no snch aid A irlVa girl for a' that. Tnen let us trmt that come It must, And sure it will for a' that. When faith an! love, all arts above, Shall reiirn mmm ani a' that. And every you h conf -ss the truth A girl's a girl for a' that. ASE MO TJIF.R. Whebs is th - x itwt pal, Tho briifh'ort hudie yet? Whose are the prettiest eyes Mo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 July 1869

a Notar lOnVlnrk. i I awas in dent to me in any way are ......i i I r,.(K) a m B.5a DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND PUBUSBKD Ii I D. E. Van Yalkentmreh. Thür lay. July 8, 1809. South Bend: Cherries 12 eta. nature of these peaceable relations ever Man from California came through in, By thc 0cean Bank robberv which! -Miss Fanny Yoxng m will be found inevitable. , r0Ur and half days 18 out ol 20 ocurred in New York n few daji sgo I Public in Kansas City. Notwithstanding the moral aud phy-, sheep drowned, owned by Klent Sing- Jr. Irani; C. Johnsoo, the well known iei uauie is I I IT . . . n 1 1 lT:i f 1. ' 1 1. - miint-.- f .1. ..,- .V ... m.vjw.jvn K, ii Uli ö sical unities ot whicn we nave spo&en, cr, near iiaun liltk. iruu iu wa- j ' -v, ter raising aud overflowing the bland ' (rammer wnitc on i visu ; gr. The Nevada legislature has licens- the country is still too extensive and its social interests too diversified, not to civc lisz to those divergencies of opinion which are sure to find t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 July 1869

TUE DEMOCRAT. Jews About Home. Whortleberries ripe in Let. niar- Ski advertisement of Threshing Ma chins In another column. The Methodist Stable mcet3 at the reaidcuce of Rev. W. R. Mikok, next Tuesday evening. A PARTY of ladies and gentlemen utarted for Maxenkuckee lake on a pleasure excursion yesterday. Inhabitants of Kast Plymouth are now able to go to and from their places of abode by "cooning it" along the fen cea. The Anniversary of the Marshall county Bible society will be held at the Methodist church next Sunday evening. D. O. QfJIVBY lias returned from the go. To families who have no physi wilds of Minnesota with health not cian residing near them wc bhuuld materially improved. lie reportä an and "Bony" as being delighted with j the mysteries of trout fishing. Mr Joseph Evans had a valuable teoiiä the VüktU; at Valparaiso, du horse drowned iast Saturda'. He rinq the übst, nee ot" the senior, grow? drove into the mill race for some M-1 hilarious over au L vitation cr two kno...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 July 1869

Andrew JohusonN Visit to Washington ! His Opinion or Kraut. Washington Correapoiidence of the N. Y. Herald. Ex President JonNSON Hrrived here ; thUevcniu and was waiud upon soon j after reaching the Metropolit hotel by your correspondent, who found the Ex-' President comfortably quartered in one of She'ly's best parlors, and looking quite fresh and hearty. Andrew J hnson, plain citizen, received your correspondent with the same cordiaiitv and kindness that dis tinguished him so highly while an oc cupant of the whiie house. "Glad to see you, sir." said the Ex President, at the same time handing a chair to you correspondent, and sitting down himself. " Sit down, sir." Correspondent I came to pay my respects, Mr. Johnson, and, at the same time, to learn if there was any particular object in your visit. Johnson Nothing public, sir. I have some private business to attend to here, and I have aleo a son at Georgetown Col lege, the only son left to me now. I came to see him and at'end the c...

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 July 1869

WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 15, 18;). NUMBER U. PLYMOUTH poctrn. O I 'Eli A ND 0 VSR A G A IX. Ovkp. ivi over etin. No hNr whirh way I tnrn. I ehmfl And in the Book of Life t. rn . i..on I Mve to lesrn. I milt tki m turn nt thn mill I mn'( irrind on th iroWen crain ; i mnr work a? mv t isk with a rceola m "v . ate will, vm ar.fi over airain. Weeamoi m'Sire fh need Of oven the tiniest fl-wer. Nur cheek th" tlmv of the srnldcn panda That m thronen ifinirle honr. But the mornine dew mnsu f-U, And the ?nn and th snmmor rain MbH do their pirt. and perform ltall OfH and over again. Ovn and over arrain The brook thronh the meadow flow. And over and over n?s1n The ponderon mill-wheel goes. Urie doing wiM not ?nflHee. Thuirh do'ns le not in vain: And i hletvin? fai'in? n once or twice, Hay come, if we try again. Tli I putfe tttst bri oticp been trod if WIM r. ) ronh to the feet; And th" Warn we otKe have learned I n-ver sohird to repeat. ThoTV'h orrowful tea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 July 1869

TIE DEMOCRAT. MUfEB an P rcaus :n: by I). & Van Valkeuburgb. Tliuid), July Sfrt !. iTOVERLIIlD TRIP TQ OREGON. IH u Yw We h: It Offdea at b ni . .. i 1 . an., truhty, April 16, anuarrr.cl at Mnnuinnnt Point. the cistern termi-, .. , ... . i n T . T i 7 : , - .. t , , , ..I,. ' place, the population being ineptly j fv Swedes and Chinamen. Oden proper, . . ,, , n 1 ,.;ft. - or. M it M called, Ogden Lity, ib .. ., . , , .f. mrmmr I lire miles south, and a Baach larger I pl.icc. The populatii-n is principally Mormon. No passenger trains rim west of Og leu. bttl we we re (brtnoato enough to catch a c nstruction train,! i .:i(m1 vci.'li Ii and iron for the front. . a -i . r..,i, a point 2 wiles west of v. orinne. I Ian, j .. . i ,i H-. I L'S miles west of Oglen, an 1 ;rtuallj i , .. , . . ... 1 1 the en 1 o( the track. 1 was informed . i n l ll, at uvtiuj: in .Hi. v Uli...... 1 . ! track had been laid since the Wed nesday previous to our arrival. Fire miles west of Ogdea we pa through...

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. — 15 July 1869

! THE DEMOCRAT. Igra About llome. Hot! Cmmfl plenty. New grocery in towc. Nnw potatoes in market. Yellow River is subsidiBjr. Ve-LOT-i-it.uk has not played out. I Ics CbkaX demand. Hill keeps : Read the "Overland Trip' this I it. week. Those LaMagdalena cigars at Van's are superb. Green apples and cholera morbus are in market. The senior will accept our thanks for a late Minnesota paper. A. Rennebauoar had a valuable ; dog poisoned last Saturday. i " M. E. Sociable meet next Tuesdav j evening at II. R. Pershing's. Only one of the five corporation bridges is passable for teams. Jerhv Klinoer has fitted up his Bowling Alley in tip-top shape. Toe ' boys" will accept our thank? i for a sereuade the other evening Set that man down as a base deceiv er, who tells you that a bile is a good thing. Doos arc getting to be somewhat scarce, all from the -effects of M cold pisen. Our farmers are busily en-aged harvesting, aad report a more than av- e rage crop. A. 0. Thompson, K?q., county au- il...

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. — 15 July 1869

The Ohio Democracy. The following are adopted by the refent the resolutions Democratic State Convention t tmo : BM0hL That the exemption from tax of over BS, 906.609 la government bonrtr and securities is unju-t to the people ,and ought not to be tolerated; I ' d that we arc opposed to aaj appropriation for the piymcnt of interest a ublic bonds until they are made !nbj.;ct to tai -on. mmlmiy That the cl lira ot bondholder-, that the bonds which were bought with greenback, and the principal of which is by law payable in currency. should, never h alee, bo paid in gold is unjut and extortionate, and if persisted in will inevitably 'orce upon the people the question of repudiation. .... Resulted, That wo denounce the hisrh protective tariil'. which was designed only in the intereot of the New Ensriand manufacturers; that the said tariff is also, hy its enormous impositions on salt. ir. tea, coffee, and necessaries, unendurable, and opprjsive, especially upon the people c the Wat: and th...

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. — 22 July 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 22, 1869. NUMBER 4;. Poctrn. THE KINGDOM OF HOME. BT WM. RANKIN BI RTEE. Thk followincr I the pri. sons to which wa awanlel tbe l"0 offered uy the pubMsherd of IlAirth ami Iftrmt : Dirk is the night, and flffnl and drearilv R'ish.' the winrt lik; th-.; wave of the sea : kittle care I. a here I sins cheerily. Wife at my side and my baby on knee : King, King, crown me tr.oKinsr: Home is tbe Kingdom and Love id the King ' Flashes the firelight upon the dear faces, Dearer and dearer as onward ve go. Forces the shadow b-thind us, and places' Brightness around us wiih wan.itb in the glow. Kin?, Kin?, rr wn me the K ng : Home is the Kingdom and Lo m is the King ! Flashes the lovelizht. increasing tl e glory. Beaming from Bright eye with warmth of the NU, Telling1 of trust and content the sweet story, Lifting the -hadows that ov.-r ns roll. King. King, crown me the King: Home is the Kingdom and Love is the King ! Hictae...

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. — 22 July 1869

THE IMi HOC RAT. KDITUU AND PI 'BI.ISHEU BT D. E. Van Yalkcntmrgli. Thurdiiy, July i l, 1 09. A FAT 1. 1 HE. Inder the above caption tho Val aawaiso Ytdeti , baa an article which is intended to reflect equally on all political parties, but which, from the poeitioa republicanism has occu pied fur the pnt eight years, is a severe criticism on the party in power. The editor oftbs 17,7 Hi , A. GuBKEY Baq , was a prominent candidate heft. re the republican congressional convention that nominated lien. Packard and one whose utterances doubtless reflect the feelings, of his own parry. What does the editor mean by the last two en- tences of Lis article ? I- he a follower of tho Imtpcrialist. and does he believe that - The Empire is Peace"? lie ir political system is a failure. )o not Misunderstand u. We believe that the govsmnaaajt of the people b the people is the best form of pjvern Hseel yel devised on earth, but what we ?ay that the political sjrttesi of governinc bv the aid of panics i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 July 1869

T11G DE WO(1K AT TT a if. 1VS bOUl IIOIH?. A is hos this The Wfcdrtiebcrrjf irop season. The river is again assuming respect able proportions. li vi ley !t Son advertise in another column, for bolts, etc. M. W. Down BT, Kaq.f eonntj treas urer, is making a brief Visit iu Ohio. Faulknor takes phntograpba ia a manner rarely excelled, notwithstand ing the wet weather. We acknowledge the receipt of the 1868-09. Total number in attendance 190101 girls and 89 boys. One day last week Johny Shoemaker, a little bay about thirteen fears of a" son of J. M. Shoemaker, Esq., Mas accidently shot by a pistol in the hands of a lad named Palmer. The wound is not danger us. Tins climate has always been cele brated foi fever, agMe, eh ilia a&d shakes. A severe case of che latter i just report-id it weighed 11 pouas avoirdupois Printer's fee 50c. Some burglarious individual went through Gustav Brown's tobacco -t re on Saturday sight of last week, to the tunc of six boxes of eigar-, a silver watch, ...

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. — 22 July 1869

ix-FresIdent Fillmore His Views ef the Political Situation. Buffalo Correspondence of the New York Herald. I called to-day upon Mr. Miliar. Fill more, ex-President of the United States, to ascertain that gentleman's views on the imnnrtant rvnhlir nuestions of tbe timt?. I found him at his office in Court strjet for he still practices in his profession. I wa? struck with the little change time had made in his appearance since I saw him 1 1 years ago, and when he was the occu pant of the White House. His hair is whiter and a little thinner, but be has the same erect and full rounded lorm, smooth skin, with scarcely a wrinkle, and all the appearance of well preserved health. He said he had not varied in weight more than tec pounds since he was President, and thought be mignt nave orru swui that much heavier when in the Presiden tial chair. I found him the same digni fied, courtly, and atfable gentleman for which he was always distinguished when in public life. The first subject of conv...

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. — 29 July 1869

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME XIV. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 29, 1809. NUMBER 47. floctm BY AND BY. Bt and by ! We My it softly. Thinking of a tender hope, Stirring alway in onr bosom. Where so many longings grope. By and bv ! Oh loye shall greet m Id a time that is to come. And tht fears that now defeat n l Then shall all be etrick?n duu. b ! By and by ! The mournful sorrows Clouding o'er oar sky to-day. Shall be gone in glad to-morrows Shall be banished quite away ! By and by ! We say it gently. Looking on our silent dead. And we do not think of earth-life, But of Heaven's eet life instead. By and by ' We look in yearning Toward the : arbor of the blest. And we see the beacons burn:ng In the ports of perfect res'.. By and by ! Oar ship sbail anchor. If the tide and wind run fair, .Someday in the port of Heaven, Where our lost and loved ones are. By and by 1 Oh say it softly. Thinking not of earth and care, JBnt the by amd by of Heaven, Waitin for us over there ! One a M...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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