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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 23 January 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES. r Plymouth I! ouoMcario Business cards. 5 fine, SC per jur. Special rate givmjio regular advertisers. Legal AaTverttaeeaearts a repnlated by law. - - Home snd transient admtlalof made kaosra on spplfcatioa. Church and society annooacements, mania je Sad d'th BjoIIcc. f n l Local notices. In body typ, 10 ntti per line, trat insertion; second insertion B cents. T"JobJ Printlnr. en tho moat fsvorabls MS 1 iL JrriCE : Cor. Michigan a. Laporte Sts. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ob eopj one rear, la advance ts. oo One eopr eix month. In advance $1. 00 Oae copy three months, ia advance,. ... so. volume n. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 1879. NUMBER G. Re ig 3 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON; Ofl!c la Post Ofllce Block. Dwrltioc oa Eat Mde LT South Ilk Mean Strati PLYMOUTH. INOI A.TV. Dr. J- M. JENNINGS. JHYStCIAN AND SÜKOEON. ofllce with Dr. Ü. Suorman over Lauer' a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 23 January 1879

The Republican. J. V. SiDERS, Editok. TlrftrRSDAYjJ AXUART ' 879- Th term ot twenty-flvo United States Senators expire on the 4th of March next 2en to All nearly all of these places will be or have beea elected this week. Voorhees was elected United States Senator, Tuesday, for both the long and short terms. Ion Cameron was elected in Pennsylvania, Piatt, la Con neticut and Test, in Missouri. Gen. John A. Logan received the eauctis .nomloatiau ol the RepubH eans ot the Illinois Legislature Fri day night The vote stood eighty for Logan, and twenty-six for O&Usbey. ' 'Iteports from Washington indicate Chat tneSenate Finance Committee is 'divided in regard to the tobaeco tax. The probabilities are that the Coni- mittee will report thii week, and that a com pro mil will be made and the tax ßaed at twenty cents. The Indianapolis Evening Sun diad "Saturday night.' It was ten moaths old. Its death was probably caused by the course pursued by' the Democratic members of the ludiana Legfc...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 23 January 1879

TYTrvrrr -I c? -f Vi o -f-J TVS a to buir Drv (jcods for about Feb. 1st bur stock, and in . c ii . . ... order to save la bor, we will close out ä good sliare :of pur Mammoth st ock of dry goods and notions, and will, therefore, of fer bigger bar gains than ever before. . ", We have about 3000 yarJa of Medium and Light Triuts, that we will sell ,.' (to close but)r . . ... AT 32 CTS- per yid. All other goods as cheap . ' u proportion., "Call . Iq -and take this chance In, aa you will never have an opportunity to bay as cheap hearafter. ELOEPFER & BOFINGER. LaForte Street, - -. PLYMOUTH. IND. te3 - ; The Republican.; THu$tsn,VY,jAiUAav.33J, S79. I .wWt'ljTttPnia.careIii'ü2et!üB.i fc I , 1 crr and coo'xvtiI . fra Jnn TIm1 I Tr n!(V. Mr. Henry Work is lying very HI. ' 7rMxiT?üki öf rolls towoihlp'ljd last Week. '' ;--enucrger is getting logetner stone to build a new house. - Some of 'our 'correspondence 1s crowded out this week. Wo did the best wV coal J boys. ' - 0cnr Llhtner of Gr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 23 January 1879

The Republican. Educational Colnintw J. T. LANGKKBAUQH. ANSWERS TO yUESTIONS. The invention of tho thermometer is claimed by several persons at about the same time. The best au thorities give it to Dribbel, of Aei map r, In 1G09. The reason for zero being place! where it is, iostead of the freezing point of water, was based upon an errer. When Farerenheit tested his thermometer it was oil the coldest day of the coldest winter ever known in the locality where he livel, and be supposed that the point reached by the mercury was the low est point possible for it to descend that it eoutd not be any colder and he called that poiat zero. The Church of England became separate from the Rouibh Church In 2535, during the reign, and by the acts f Henry VIII. Having divorced himself from his first wlf, in order to marry Anne Iiolcyn. ho was ex communicated. Whereupon, with Sir Thomas Cromwell managing Parlia ment, and Archbiahop Cranmer con trolling the clergy, he throw off the spiritual authori...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 30 January 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES. r 1D1 ! O he iymout Diican0 Eab!nt9 cards, 6 line, fß, per yeaf. Ppecial rat i ven'to regular ad vertim-ra. Lrgal Advortiaeiiicuta aa regnlatcd by lavr. Home mud transient adrcrtisiug inado known od application. Church aud society announcement, marriage and death notices, free. Local notices. In body type, 10 cento per line, trat insertion; aeeond insertion S ceuta. Job rritttlcs oo the most favorable term. Jrrics: Cor. Michigin fcLaporte Sts. TK2MS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ob orr on rear, tn usance tl. oo Oae eopr six month, ta adrance tl. 00 Oae aoythro months. In adanc,. 50. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 30, 1879. NUMBER 7. Tl Repi h BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTOH. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. Otlea ia Poet OSes Block. Dwell! a oa Bat WJ Soata MUalzaa Street, PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. ' Or. 4- M-JENNINGS. THT8ICU AMD 8CSOEON. offlce with JL Dr. H. Hbarntan orer Lauer a Story, on dealt ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 30 January 1879

sSsVBMs The Republican. J. V. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, January 30th, 1S79. News from Fort Lincoln says run ners from Sitting Bull have arrived at tbe StandlBg Kock asency bearing a distinct proposition from the chief to return and surrender his guns and ponies. lie pays his people are hungry and cold, and his spirit bro ken. It is said that General Braprg is get ting himself in readiness to renew the conflict with his Southern brethren, who are eager for the fray. !Let the people of the entüe country stand by the men in Congress, regardless of party, who resist the payment of Southern claims. We cannot afford to pay men for attempting to destroy the government Gen. Ben Spooner, has resigned his position as United States Marshall and the president has appointed Col. W. W. Dudley, of Richmond, as his successor. Gen. Spooner has has held the marshal's office for fourteen years and leaves it la perfect order. CoL Dudley Is a one-legged soldier, a thorough business man and will make a g...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 30 January 1879

Now is the time to buy Dry Goods for about Feb. 1st we will invoice our stock, and in order to save la bor, we will close out a good share of our Mammoth stock of dry goods and notions, and will, therefore, of fer bigger bar gains than ever before. We hare about 3000 yards of Medium and Light Trlats, that we will tell ' (fo'close oat) - : AT 3$ CTS- ftcx yard. All other goods as cheap n proportion. Call In and take this chance In, as you will never have an opportunity to buy as cb eap hearaf ter. i' & BOFINGER. .'' LaPorte Street, rLYMOUTH, IND. The Republican. THUnsnAVjANlTARVO, l$79' Waal' Litct Pill cnrt 8kk Ireaitaobe. cirr AND COUNTI. Circuit Court will adjourn Satur day. We aro glad to learn that Mr. Ueury Work Is convalescing. Our thacks are due Hon. John II. I3ukr for.Taluablo public documents. Mr. Baxter is preparing to erect a icw dwelling house iu the cast part of' town. ' ! Jaraea Cutler spent a portion of last week vültiig relatives at Foit Wayne. Joseph Decker, who...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 30 January 1879

The Republican. Tfaste of Farm Machlnerj. How many of our readers or their Jmmediat neighbors have a plow harrow, valuable wheat or corn-drill. xrhteled-rake, mowing or reaping machine, or other valuable farming Implements and machinery Ijing out of doors unprotected from the weath er? Hundreds we will venture to say Have any of those careless farmers ever endeavored to cipher out the actual loss such inexcusable isegli genco entails upon them? A mow Jdr machine or drills, threshing ma chine or any other piece of complica ted machinery, suffers more bv expo sure tu weather in one season than the wear and tear of putting in or harvesting of half a dozen crops. The . implements and machines on many farms In the western country owe 50 to 75 per cent, of their decay and breakage to the effects of weather. while 25 to 50 per cent, of their ue fulness only go to benefit the owner, who has paid a high price, and prob ably bought Ihem on credit bearing a high rate of interest. Is it at all ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 February 1879

The Republican. ADVERTISING RATES, r PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY . VV. SIDERS & CO., publican mo Batinea ci. B HBP, ttf, pcf jeaf. Special rat: glveitfo rectflar advertiser. Legal Adtcftleincufs aa regelated by iar". Horn aud transient advertising mfc known off application. Church and society an noa content s, marriage and death fcoficea, the. Local notices, in body type, 10 cecft f lhe, Bret insertion; second Insertion centa, J Wi- ViiL iL Plymouth, Ind. iL Jrmi: Cor. Michigan Laporte Sts. j TXBXS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Ob ep7 ob vsar. la advance Ii. 00 Ok ee sixnacaths. la advance $1. oo Oa sear tare moitas, 1b advance,.-.. 6. J VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1879. NUMBER S. Job rrlutlnjt on the vaoti favorable lnmrt Ply Re rnr m mmji EUSUJESS DIRECTORY. " T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON (Am ia rest OCflee Block. DwHIia; on East fiJr Boata Mical-ran Street, PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. Dr. J-M-JENNINGS. ikSTHlCIAN AND SURGEON, office with Ir. N. Suorman over Lauer s Htore....

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 February 1879

The Republican. J. W. S1DERS, Ewto::. Thursday, Fepkuaky 6th, 1S79. The investigation of Jrdger.lodgett now progressing in Chicago, is forc ing the conclusion on the minds of many that absolute power should not rest in the hands of a District Judge, that there should bo given the right of appeal in aM cases. The Democrats of the Louisiana Legislature have elected B.F.Jonas to tho United States Senate. Jonas is an Illinois carpet- bagger, but he cannot be much worse than Ex-Governor "Warmoth, the carpet-bagger voted for by the Republicans and Democrats who opposed Jonas an Eusti. Acby, the man who killed a broth er gambler, and Merrick, convicted or inhumanly murdering his wife and unborn child, were hanged at Indian apolis Wednesday of last week. Achey did not deny, but tiled to jus tify, the killing of Leggetr. Merrick declared on the scaffold that ho wna -Innocent, but few people put any faith in his dyinr? assertions. The Senato has confirmed tho New York custom house nominations...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 February 1879

From and after 'this date YC have a ii 0 fe0i i mm Our Large Stock of DRY J. 1ST X I0TEMS! AT AND HFÖ make rooni for Goods in the Sprin Bring Your Money k - Arid we vill give you a Full Equivalent. KLOEPFER : &B0FIMER. The-Republican. Tiwssjiay, FKffuuAitv 6th, 1S79. LiTer nils ear Dje-w-psia. , w CJTT AND COlLVTt. January has gcoe tnd tvith it the -January thaw, ' If you want fine job glinting cal at the IiEPCELic.vif oCLice. .v The Kepculicas an J Indianapo- -.n Weekly Journal ohly - r - 1. grand raaai'iera'Ia will b giv- en " at' Centennial Hull Wednesday evening, Feb. 12th. '' Something new at the M. E. Sun day school next Sunday. Gj and see, at 12:30 p. hi. 5 Children ; services at M. E. Church -next Sun lay, at 10:30 a. m. Old folks aud everybody t-l-se Invited, Jüowcrer.- T The accounts of a!l those who are more- than u yeaiflo arrears for the Hepcblican Mil "be sent them by mail this week. ' . rJames A. Gilmore, who has been fiofferlng for fcevenil days from an ..-Wbscea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 February 1879

The Republican. The Sociable. They car wd pi to the parson's house And scatfr-red the Moor with crumbs. And marked tl lrave ot hi choicest hooks With the prints of their greasy thumb. Tear pile! his dhe high and thick With Wrt of unhealthy cake. While they gobbled th buttered toast and roli Which the person's wire did make. They hung round Clytie "a clsseic neck Their apple panne (or sport. And every ihm laughed when a clumsy loot Spilt his tea in the planotortr. Next day 1he ptrnoo went down on his knees, With his wife, hut not to pray; h no, Iwu to srrape the grease and dirt From the carpet and stairs away! Written for the KipcnLica. Cherfnl ITords. bt i. a. n. Some people go through the world Dapping Zand SDarliog, nod if they had mouths constructed like a dog's, would bite frequently. A snap U al ways accompanied by a frown, which, 3 perceived by the person to 'whom the cutting remark is directed, would end a sensation of horror through kit system. To say that we feel agreeable ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 February 1879

ADVERTISING RATES: PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY . W. SIDERS & CO., ican Business cards. 5 line, pi, Jxt yv&t. . Special ntif gi Tent o r gular advertim.-; Legal Advertisements regnlated by law. Home and traoeient adfertisiog made known o2 apjlit:tion. Church and eoelefjr annoaacmeats, marriage aDd death notices, fre. Local notices, tn body type, 10 cents per line, Crf iopvrtion; second insertion 8 ceats.- Job Triiitirg ou tbo most favorable termJ Vil J Plymouth, Ind. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Lapcrtc S:s. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oos con one rear, in advance S2. 00 j One eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 i One eopy three months, in advance,. SO. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FE13KUAKY 1?, 1S70. NUMBER 0. The. Republican. I he JLU'ULll J LJ JL lOl BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BOSTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Otis in Post OOce Block. Dwelling ob Ea.t Side South Mktuzau street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J- M- JENNINGS. iHTsrCIAN AND SUBGEOX. offlee with Dr. N. Nucrumn over Lauer ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 February 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, February 13th, 1S79. Blue Jeans says the constitutional amendment making n residence of sixty days in the township necessary to entitle a man to rote, cannot hurt the Democratic party unle?a they hare been "lying like thunder." Probably that is what Democratic legislatures are afraid of. A terrible accident occurred at Kansas City Tuesday morning, bj the caring in of a cut which was making for the Chicago and Alton railroad. Seteral teams and six men were buried beneath 6,000 yards of falling erth and Instantly killed. Several others were wounded. The Lime City News, the only Greenback paper of any consequence In this part of the State, thinks "Brick" Pomeroy's convention, called for the 4th of March, Is entirely pre mature, and that those who follow out the purpose advsrtUed will surely act unwisely. "We are surprised that a man of as much sense as Cutshall should .expect Greenbacks to act wisely In regard to politics. The city of Mem...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 February 1879

We Open this WeeX ! A Large Line of EARLY -SPRING GOODS, Such as MEDIUM LIOHT DRESS TRUSTS. GINGHAMS and WORSTED DRESS GOODS. Bought at Prices 25 per cent Lower Than Last Season's Prices. "We also have put an im mense Udo of goods on our 5 cent Counter I Again. It will pay to call and Beo us, as wo are . Determined to Sell Cheap For Cash, and Cash only. KLOEPFER & BOFINGER. The Republican. Thursday, February 13th, 1S79. WmBBS-"11 1 1 1 " 1 1 II IIB WmI'i Litct ViLa car Liver Complaint. CITY. AND COUNT!, Miss Carrie Morris is very sick. We allow no ofHeo to excel us in job printing. The warm weather and tramps come together. "Danbury," says a smack on the lips Is a beau-trac. Miss Rebecca Vogel, of Chicago, is Tiili ing at Meyer Wolf's. Well, let it freeze: who wants to live in a country where they have ' bottomless roads. Da-id 'Hall is now Worshipful Master, and J.'W. Houghton, Sec., of KilwinniDg Lodge, No. 433, F. A. M. It Is rumore! that a change In the proprietorship of a c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 February 1879

The Republican. Discontent. Two boats rocked on the rmr. In the shadow of lent and tree One was in love with the harbor; One wan in lore with the sea. The one that lore.'! the harbor The winds of fate outhore, Bnt heM tha other, longta. Forever againat the atiore. The one that rest on the river. Though sailinr fair ami B t. Looks hack to the peaceful river, To the harbor aale and aweet. One freu against the quiet Of the moa prown. shaded shores; One sighs that it may enter; The harbor ne erinore. One wearies of the dancers Of the tempest's ra,;e and wail; One dreams, amid the lilies. Of a far , snowy ttail. Of all that life ran teach ns. There' naught to true aa this The win it of fate blow ever, Bat eyer blow amiss. Educational Colnmn. J. T. LANGENBAUGII. CÜPID AND PSYCHE. One of the moat charming fictions transmitted to us from antiquity, is that of Cupid and Tsj-che. It in Tolves the most 8utli.-ne ideas of Ii, death and immortality, as far as we may look for such ideas among the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 February 1879

ADVERTISING RATES. nrva ! J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. j Business c&rcis. S line, fJi, per c&t, pecial rat; :veHto n-silar efverflfers'. I-gal Adverflscineiits as regl!fed by law. ' IToroe and transient aivertlsing midc known 00 application. Church and society announcements-, marriage aa.ldrtiUu(KicA fKt .- Local notier. In IkkIj tj-pe, 10 coots per liar, first Inpcniou; second insertion ft centw Job Printing on the MOK faoaifc terato. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laportc Sts. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear. la advance.. $2. 00 One eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 One copy three months, in lance,. .. 50. VOLUME 2:5. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1S79. NUMBER 10. The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY Plymouth I BUSINESS DIRECTORY. " T. A. BORTOM, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflse in Post OfUce Wm-z. Dwellia; on East Side South MUhigin Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J. M. JENNINGS. iHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Öuormaa ever Lauer' s Stor...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 February 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, February 20th, 1S79. The act to allow women to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States is now a law, haring been signed by the President. . Congressman H. C. Burchard, of Freeport, I1L, has been appointed Director of the Mint in the place of Dt. Llnderman. His appointment is hailed as a Tictory for those oppos ed to the single, or. gold standard. Mr. Burchard has been In Congress during the ten years paar, and for fix years of the time has been a mem ber of the Committee on Ways and Means. A Washington special says : There Is no doubt of the passage of the bill by the Senate, restricting Chinese emigration by a majority proportion ately as large as that given in the House. The Chinese legation are rery much agitated on the subject. A member of the legation said that they bad not aaticipated any such legislation and had taken no thought as o action in case the bill passed, which apeared rery rrobable to them. They ceuld n...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 February 1879

The Republican. Thursday, February 20th, 1879. Wnt'i Liver Pill cur Indigestion. CITY AND COUNT!. George Mornlngstar, of Walnut, has returned to Columbia, Ohio. The Temple of Honor of this city will give a grand supper at their Ilall Saturday night Humor lays that E. Wheeler and D. E. Snyder will form a copartner ship for the purpose of buving aid shipping grain. For thirty days we will give the New York Weekly Atlas, a f ort j -eight column paper, and the Repcblican one year for $1.10. John Williamson, who has.ben for sometime connected with the dry goods establishment of Richard Wil liamson in this city, returned to Now York Saturday. Don't fail to attend the lecture at Centennial Hall, Saturday evening. Father Toohey ia worth listening too, and the proceeds go to help St. Michael's Academy. The Plymouth Good Templar dramatic troupe, accompanied by the silver cornet band, visited Bourbon Saturday, and rendered the drama "Rum or the Frst G!as3 to a crowded house. . Come and tear Fr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 February 1879

The Republican. Educational Column. J. T. LANGEN HATCH. CHIP BASKET. A re. Our Kare" represents the old northern "aron," and la therefore a lasting moaanaeav of the Influence of northern dialect Be. The aouthern "be" Is now banished from tho indicative (except fa vulgarisms,) bat it is retained in the rare conditional"!! it If. true" The retention ol I in the Subjunc tive may be explained by tie fact that the verb Leon in A. S. from the earliest times had a future force. Even in Shakespeare and Milton ire find a kind of transitional use of beesfln hypothetical sentences, tho form "bbn being used to denote hy pothesis, and the indicative inSecti jn to denote the truth of the hypothesis: "If thou heest he." (Paralia tort.) IX thou beeat Stephano." Tempo:, The indicative "be" in the plural and in the first person singular re mained in use long after tho exter mination ot the second und third person siaguiar; seemingly because tha absence of iolVction assimil.itod the3e forms to the ubj...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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