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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 21 May 1851

rr yIouth THE CD PILOT "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksov. r n A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, May 21, 1851. Number 18. JLJ i v M I ' "i : '. j . '. 4 ' ' "5 r.-i . ' ' . :! - 7 i I . 4 s i . 1 I ) THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. If paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing) - - - - - - $1.50. If paid within six months, - - - $2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - $'2,50. tC'The above terms will be strictly adhered topositicfly. OTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be char-red Fifty tents in addition to the subscription price. JTNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising. Advertiseme...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 21 May 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1851. O" Remember the Convention, To be held in PLYMOUTH, TO-MCRROW, Thursday, Ittay 22, 1851, For the purpose of nominating a Democratic Candidate For CONGRESS, from this Distriet. South Carolina. Our accounts from this Slate represent the Xullifiers as being bent on separating from the Union. The States Rights Con vention evinced a spirit that would lead one to suppose that immediate secession would ensue, but it must be remembered that foe nearly twenty years South Caro lina has blustered and threatened, but still she remains a part and parcel of the Union. With all her bluster about se ceding from the Union, she still submits to the majesty of our Country's laws. Let that, or any other State in our Con federacy, once attempt to resist our Revenue laws, or commit any other such outrage upon the Constitution, :in that event, we would regard her determina tion in a more serious light. At present, however, all her theats are looked up...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 21 May 1851

From the South Bend Register. Wheat and Corn In Indiana The Indiana Statesman furnishes some interesting statistics from the census ta bles of th- U. S. Marshal relative to the quantity of Wheat and Corn, produced in the various counties of the State. In "Wheat grew ing. Northern Indiana car ries oil the palm. La-Forte Co. stands at the head, raising in 1849 (the year of short crops) 204,456 bushels Allen comes next, 129,413; Elkhart next, 175,211; Jen nings, the heaviest producer South of the Michigan Road, 157,810, St. Joseph, 164,906; Wayne, with over double the population of St. Joseph county 164,181; amongst the Northern counties, we find the following; La-Grange, 126,333; Wa bash 116,504; Kosciusko 110,331; Miami 112,768; Cass 109,449; Fulton, 72,114; Porter 70,846; Marshall 51,850; Lake 46 349. The wholeWheat of the State amount ed to 6.457,965 Bushels, worth probably Four Millions of dollars. Nearly one fourth of this crop was raised in this Congressional District. The entir...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 21 May 1851

- y-jr i 'J POETSCORIER from Graham's Magazine. The Cry ol the Forsaken. , RT GIFTIE. Sing me to sleep, dear mother, Upon thy faithful breast Ah! many a day hath passed, mother, Since laid nv there to re:U Now am wtr , weary, And I fain would sdeep once more, And dream such dreams of heaven, A3 I used to dream of yore. Since i've known Love's power, mother Its heritage is tears And I have felt, sweet mother, its wild tumultous fears. Now hath the idol fallen, On my soul's ruined shrine AU other hearts deceive, me, In grief turn to thine, Lull me to rest kind, mother, And sing to me the while These tearful eyes shall cease to weep These lips put on a f mile. And tell me of that blessed land Where love is not in vain, And they who weep despairingly Shall never weep again. Lull me to rest, dear mother, Sing to me soft and low. The same scet mournful strair, mother, You sang to me long ago. I am weary and heart-broken, And fain would be at rest, Oh take me in thine arms, mother Let me s...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 28 May 1851

ii tl THE I P L YM 0 nn LOT r THE BLESSINGS OP GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jackson. A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, May 28, 1851. Number 19. I I i . : -t ) t , V ."V . : "J t M j 4 J 4 . i 1 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published eiery Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. Plymouth Marshall County Indiana. EO JOZ2 96. Si 9 If paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) ------ $1,50. If paid within" six months, - - - $2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - $2,50. ITThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. tnrTown subscribers, who have their paper I'.fi by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents ia mtdition to the subscription price. SJ"So paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising Advertisements will be co...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 28 May 1851

THE PILOT. I'LYMOUTIf, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2S9 1851. DEJIOCKAT IC XO.mXATlOX FOR CONGRESS, IN THE 9th DISTRICT: GRAHAM N. FITCH, Of Cass Count'. IVouination of Hon. C. IV. Fitch. " The Democratic Convention which convened here on the 22d inst., unani mously nominated the above-named gen tleman as a candidate or Congress at the ensuing election. The best feeling pre vailed and the Democracy present seem ed proud to be able to give this token of their confidence in the man who so ably and faithfully represented their interests in the last Congress. Now, fellow citizens, give our faithful public servant, a "long pull, a strong pull, and a pull altogether." and you will elect a Rep resentative, who will not only reflect credit on himself, but on his constitu ents, alio. Freshet In Yellow River. . Owing to the heavy rains during the past week, the River, at this point, rose to a height on Thursday last, never before witnessed by our oldest set tlers. The whole of the low lands in the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 28 May 1851

2ual between IZarron and Deca tur. The New York lief aid conti ins a brief biography of the late Com. Barron, from which tve extract the following account of the celebrated duel between that offi ter and Decatur. On the 12th of Jene, 1820, Barron commenced the correspondence with De catur, by addressing him as fellows; I have been irormed in Norfolk, that you said you con- nsult me with impu nity, or words to th. t effect. If you have said so you will no doubt avow it: and I shall expect to hear from you.1 Decatur replied o the 17th of the same month, disavowing the offensive expres sion attributed to him. Two other let ters followed, explanatory of the first: the correspondence ended for the time, and DecatuT considered it at an end. Nearly four months afterwards, on the "23d of October, Barron again wrote to Detitur complaining of his attempts to injure him with his friends; and consid ering him as having expressed a willing ness to meet in the field, which he re garded as an invi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 28 May 1851

POETS' CORNER. For the Plymouth Pilot. The Sister's Grave. The tendergrass is springing, Above her lowly bed And the wild birds chanting sweetly, A dirge for the qubt dead. Voices of joy and gladness. Float on the balmy air; But waken not the lovd one, Who ileeps in silence there. Twas in the early spring time. We laid her down to rest; And placed a willow at her head, The wild turf o'er her breast; And we left her sadly left her To her long and dreamless sleep. And sought our lonely dwelling, To thirk of her and weep. Oh! hard It wa3 to leave her, (Though we knew het free from pain,) And to think the form wc cherished, Could ne'er retnm again. But time has calmed . the anguish, With which our hearts were riven; And we think of our gentle sister, Äs living still in Heaven. May 29, 1851. Constance. The Little factory Girl. 'Twas on a winter's morning. Tie weather wet and wild, Three hours before the dawning. The father roused his child; Her daily naorsel bringing. The darksome room h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 4 June 1851

1 1 PLY Mb THE nn ID ILOT ft "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksox. A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic Xcws. Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, June 4, 1851. Number 20. i. i s 'i ; i . 1 - t ' 1 -1 1 .TV i I - I ' A '- i I - -1 " ;i,; - 1 I - i 1 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published eve ry Wednesday, ly JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. If paid in advance, (or within two months after Mibst-ribinc) ------ $1,50. If paid within" six months, - - - $2,00. If delayed after tl.at time, - - - $2.30. tx'The above terms will be strictly adhered to poxitizely. iHFTown subscriber?, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifiy tents in addition to the .subscription price. 0No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at th option of the publisher. Terms of Advertiin. Advertiseme...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 4 June 1851

j. - v.- rw. 1 - .vt - - CT-jg.-.:f .irr-.jum1 THE PILOT. r i. v .13 o i j' j i, i n : . v a a . WEDNESDAY, June 1, 1SJ1. DII O CI AT I C A OH J . ATI O? FOR CONGRESS, IX TIIK Olil DI.vnilCT: C2 K A II A 31 N. FITCH, Of Cass CoxitUy. X v w pa i or- J 2 o v 10 v isttT, Several of our subscribers inlurm us, that they are greatly annoyed by frequent applications for the loan of the Pilot. Now, when anv man considers the casv terms upon wnicn mean outain our iu-r per, it is marvellously strange that he l,rove a sonous inconvenience to me peo-.-hould depeivi upon borrtnein it. There j fle of l,,at l'rt of the county. is scarcely an article that the Farmer raises, but what we receive on subscrip- tion. The Mechanic, too, can generally -pay us in some production of his skill, j StatPf tne Cress.l, published at Mun the Doctor may set a leg, or per- I cietown, weekly and tri-weekly, by John form some other operation for us, to 1 C Osbourn, and the Monthly Coslet, "remedy the ills that flesh ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 4 June 1851

JM :"..J3HMM U'.WH i JYo.i the Dcsur.cratlc fW.vs. rü.GRSSIOM L lO.WEXTIOX. In this paper will be found the pro- ecedings of the Democratic convention j r winch it had not belnre the riht fur this Distric t. The most pratif ing f Pression and thus ultimately ob unanitnity characterized .lie action of the j t;l" fr more territory than otherwise convention. The resolution of the coin- would have been allowed it. The same mil tee were adopted without a dissenting ! "Draisin which endeavored to prevent voice; and the good feeling that prevail ed is a harbinger of success. Mr. C-.tiic.-kt. formerly the Congress man i from thi- District, spoke briclly, at opening and close of the session, of duty of the Democ racy of this Dis- t; and we u.e sure his spirited appeal the the. irici: anu we u.e sure us smnteil atme. tor Union Concession Conciliation : ueprived of its shrrc of the territory. , penly org.,ni;.eil U) two other States, AI met a cordial rtsponse in the breast of Jhey denounced th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 4 June 1851

;1 Ü 3 3 v '1 '. "5 ( i f. ! n n I 3 5 II POETS' CORNER.. The FarewL'H. The- last farewell took of the?, My '. ;jured native isle! Was lisped in silent agony, Though soothed by a sir.:!-. 1 smiled, but O, that smile was rad, For gloom was round my heart; And those that thought then was sad. Knew not the inward nor'. if , , , J feigned a smile 'tis true, and chscreJ The trend.' who flocked around: Friends from my infancy endeared, AY ho on me neve r frow.wd; Aul 0, their parti ig words to me. With sighs and tears combined, Although J'ui now anions: the free, Han heavy o:i my tniul'. And, fairest, of my sister, Kate, I still think of the scarf You waved me on that evening late. When sailing by ClontaiiT; Methinks I still behold t lie hair. Which jdayrd on thy white neck; That I gazed on, until in air You J wind led to a speck. And well slill reiMciiiher, then, Thecht?r my Lot hers gate. As from the ship answered them Mack o'er the rising wave. And what their voices died away, I still ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 11 June 1851

rm ID ILO nn "THE BLESSINGS OF G O YERNMENT LIRE THE DEWS Of HEAVEN, SHOULD EE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jackson. 4 t. I A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Volume 1. Plymouth, Warshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, June 11, 1851, Number 21 rm PLYMO - - i 1 . .4 t , j V i i -.1 V U i I I; ; i ; CP. 4 '1 4 i THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, Vj JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Murshall County Indiana. EC TOS if paid in advance, (or within two months üf.er subscribing) ------ $1,50. If paid within six months, - - - Js2,00. If delayed alter that time, - - - .!,. 50. JjThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. JCTTown subscribers, wio have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. xrn ti.hi.-t will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unlesf. at the option of the publisher. Terms of Aderiis;iii. Advertisements wil...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 11 June 1851

THE PILOT. 1'LIMIOUTII, ÜVDIAIYA. WEDNESDAY, June II, 1851. DEMOCIIATIC XOMIXATIOX FOR CONGRESS, IX THE 9ih DISTRICT: GRini3I N. FITCH, Of Cass County. Wanted, A good industrious bo, of good edu cation and of moral habits, is wanted at ihz "Pilot' office immediately, to learn the printing business one about 16 or 18 years old and from the country would be preferred. Our Rochester Subscribers. Those persons who subscribed to the "Rochester 'Republican." and are now receiving the rilot" in its stead, and bare not already paid their subscription, are respectfully requested to pay the postage on the Pilot" and we will de duct that amount froza their lubscrip. tiou. TTnshiuxtouiaii Society. We arc requested to mention, that the question "Whether it is good policy to license Groceries for the retail of Ardent spirits," will be discussed on Monday evening next. An opportunity will be presented for any one to participate in thi discussion. Extension of flic Cincinnati and Newcastle Ilailroa...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 11 June 1851

EJ5 i. . r iLJ-'i-J-m TELEGRAPHIC NEWS. Arrival of the Pacific. New York, June 7. The Pacific from Liverpool with dates to the 23th reached her wharf at half past 12 to-day. She left Liverpool on the 23, and made the trip in 11 days and 20 hours. She brings 60 passengers. Ko tidings cf the Propeller Lafayette had reached Livorpoot when she sailed. Wheat is dull. Corn more active at slight advance. Freight dull. England Parliament is still upon the ecclesiastic al title bill. Crops look well and are backward. France, in a commercial point cf view, the French news is better than at last advices. Politically it is unimportant. Esglasd. At the Great Exhibition yesterday to the astonishment of almost everybody, notwithstanding the fall of the price to one shilling, the Crystal Pal ace was not so much crowded as usual. A gnat rush was anticipated, buta com paratively small number came. France. In the French Chamber they have had very violent debates. On Friday, the Minister of the Interi ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 11 June 1851

POETS' CORNER.. The Wire to Iter Dying Husband have loved thee in thy beauty, Thy glory and thy power And shall now desert thee in thy rorrow-stricken hour? There is no hand, save mine, to wipe The death-lamps from thy brow; Oh! false as thou hast been to me, 1 will not leave thee now. Thy friends, and boon companions The gallant and the gay Thy lovely and beloved ones Look round thee where are they? No trusted friend is near thee now, No gentle love appears. To hang o'er thy death-swimming eyes. And bathe them with their tears. And I alone retrrrn at last. My right in thee to claim , with my sad and broken heart, My blighted hopes and name: , with my love, which strong as death Alike in good and ill, Have clung toj thte in scorn and shame. Unchanged, unchanging still. Unt come not to reproach thee (Ah! would come to save!) can but smoothe the ragged path That leads thee to thy grave; Eat fit forever at thy feet, Weeping in helpless woe. Ah, 1 est bcloTed, would for thee Mine own he...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 18 June 1851

HP ... f u l n 4 11 1 Ju 0 1 J. lW y-an r err ---v r-r ... , -v.;.- 4the Blessings of government, lire the dews of heaven, should be sJiowered alike upon the men and the poor." j. XCKS'iS. A Family IVcivspnpcr: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Afrriciilture, Torein and Domestic 7Vcvs. Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, June 18, 1851, PLYMO AT I Ba rn: s 7f paid ir advance, (or within two months af:er ubscr bin?:,) ------ $l-,50. If paid within six months, - - - S52,O0. 5f delayed after that time, - - - 2,50, ITThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. ITTTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charge I Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. Ij'No paper will be discontinued until all aitea-ta-jjei are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising. Advertisements will be conspicuously inser ted m tne 'Plymouth Pilot,' at the following prices, viz: For 1 square (of 10 lines) 3 inser...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 18 June 1851

1 i i r it t a a grave yard, says he "la the name of calomel and jallap hvhil's the matter now?' "Nothing particular ' says I, "only Yxp. hurnt uo all the clothes in the house knJboth of my hands, with a bottle of jwashin' fluid that I've b-jen experiment ing with. "The Doctor looked at my hands, an I savs he "Where's the bottle?" "Out on the door-step, siys I. "The Doctor went, and looked at the bottle, and went out in the wood-shed and took a prep at the old beer-bottles and blacking boxes, and after swearing a flittle to himself, came back into the I kitchen and says he "Well you have immortalized yourself and no mistake, and you shall be known hereafter, as the "Washing Fluid Exper imenter." What in the thunder are you laugh ing'at? savs I. I "Why, says he, "your bottle of wash ling fluid stands out on the shelf where 1 vou put it, I suppose; and you have used a quart and a half of oil of vitriol, that I've had on hands these six months. "Gentleman, I am a man that don't use pro...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 18 June 1851

retary be directed to ailJress!ctters to the different State Agricultural Societies, and to any such Societies, in "foreign countries they may deem proper, solicit ing a correspondence; and to express the desire of this Board to interchange with them any information, books, reports, or other publications that may be deemed valuable. The fall of the year 1832 was fixed as the time for holding the first State Fair; and the President and Secretary of the Board directed to cause three thousand copies of circulars, relating to the organ ization of County or District Societies, ' to be printed and distributed. A resolution was adopted requesting the Editojsofthe several newspapers in Indiana to publ:sh the proceedings of the meeting, and the Board adjourned to meet at the State House on Thursday af ter the first Monday in January, 1852. Very Interesting Jlinins Sews. From the Alia Californian, May 1. For the benefit of all, especially of those unbelievers who still doubt the re ality ot t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 18 June 1851

POETS' CORNER. Oil, the Weary, Weary Day. BT MRS. SARAH T. EOLTON. Oh, llie weary, weary day Lingers sadly on my heart; And seems to stay, despitefull", To keep our souls apart. fliit we'll meet alone to-ntght, JSy the iWer soudding streams And ever blooming bowers, In the fairy-land of dreams. Once again I'll lay my head On thy fond and faithful breast. And hear Ihee softly calling me Thy beautiful, thy best. Heart to heart, our lips will meet In affection's glowing kiss; And 0, it will be joy to feel . Ihit none ccn know our bliss. "With mj trembling hand in thine, Wc will wander far away, An I whisper all the hoarded lore We may not tell by day. And the angels passing by. With their brows so pure and pale, Will fold their sr.owy plumes awhile, To listen to the tale. They can see the inner heart. And I know they will approve The holy truth, the constancy, And fervor of our love. For the tie that binds our hearts Is the earnest God has given, To dwellers in this dreary world, Of ha...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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