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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 14 October 1869

7 5 r a 5 f- i POETRY. KAUE LEE AMD WILLIE GRAY Two bromtx heads with trwMne cur!.-, Ked lips -huttinir oTer nearly, H:ir leet. white ami wot with dew, Two eye black. and two pvc? lli:e, Little hoy and sirl wen- they, K;t; Lee and Willie Gray. They wen standing where a brook, hMhri like a ahapSNMSTli crook. Flashed its Aw, and thick ranks 01 willow fringed its bank? Half in thonzht and half in play, Katie Lee and Willie Gray. They had cheeks like cherrie? red ; He was Taller "most a head: She. with arm? like wreath of snow. Swims a basket to and fro, A they loit red. hall in play), Cluttering to Willie Giay, " lV-try Katie," Willie said. And there came a da-h of red Through the hrowuues of the rheek; " loyare strong and or!. are weak, And I'd carry. M I iil. Katie s b:ket tip the hill." Katie a;.wered, with a lanch. Yon fMii carry only half;" Then said, .opsins hack her curls, Boy are v eak, M well as uirls." Dp you thi:ik that Katie iies.cd Half the wisdom ?he expressed? Men are on...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 14 October 1869

THE DEiltMtUi una ai MHMHB BT D. E. Van Valkenburffli. E E TW1 SI W s FROM OHIO A2IO PE212IY.Ue A M 4 . At the elections hold in Ohio anl Pennsylvania lat Tuesday, it id probable that both U STJr and GEAR I (rad!edbl are fleeted, iXhongh up to ibis i ium we art unable to receive positive laf rmti.n. fij close ta the in I gth Sfsla The Uemocr.i . y retain the legislature i Ohio. Although we Loped ior ei m pletc soeccsa in thtsc ift ;tc-. vet the Dsnsocraev stay jeetry foe! frond of their gallant fight, and reat g tius. In Ohio Gian: had over 41,000 majority last fall; and in PenasffouMa esref 28. 000. no the ma rites i'.r Hayes and Geary ranee in the neighborhood of 3.000. In ice two ot.ttes where over BtilHon votes are east, the Democracy are in a BLooritv of about 5,000. Tmk irrepressible 'JaBSE.' and the impressible corporate authorities arc enjoying an irrepressible c onflict. Tut. l.f f last w i cok extract a little eo nfort from the met that the radicals of Maim, ejected their ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 14 October 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. Xews About Home. Potatoes thirty etnts per bushel. La Porte CoäMty Pail commenced TCI Tan TaL- of Kosciusko county was about at SttceessftJ 9 that of our ovrn oountv. Tn.iL trsnenü health of our contnv.n:ty kss vastly improved during the past I two weeks. I A. Bjcckcb & Co. have a few more gIMeTieS left, which they propose CO , n I EdrosiaL convention for tenth and I ... . 0 "tenth districts era beheld atLaporte t nior.ow. ; Foa ' I oos '-AI on J 'ale, and if 1 a ire n t wtifisedd r.'t buy. Heonh ".k Ton to caB. PBJYATl ica-h oases are generally w m f-.iliuar in cur tovm this season ha- some left v -. Potter - Moni dUitqaB tax bat been c Bee : ted this year thnn was ever collected ! EU ret i re in one year. . One week from to-morrow in the last j av of service for the November term ofi Common Hens Court ; I Si. I Head the communication fro II. S ." oa "cheap railroad.. ' It eon tains Home interesting facts. As wintei approaches the neeeanity increases fbf a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 14 October 1869

Redaction or the Debt. The Cinrinn.f'i t'on.mercitt, tlie leading Rqmblicaii newapapef in WtWji an attempt to tto that the puWic debt has 1 ... twwl under Mr Boutwell a aaaasiiiiial of UM Tna-my, makes the nbjoued Btafc ment : M irch 1. 1-'. Oer. 1, 1909 Principal of dtbt S-f.;.!"!, tV.tl ft,8a,Saa,l36 Ls-imu".:.' :n tr:';nry .1!:..V'K'' Hii.lU,TM Net debt i, .U.:ee.i.,oö S2. 4- 1,418,375 BWMM in principal ut le't fince March 1 WLWjafJ T!e Pacific Railroad bond- are not included in rittet of the ikm st.-iti-ments. Iknt amounted t fVi.'.-.'T.Oio March I, and ;o Oitolx-r L sho".riii; an incre im of $?,,-i:;.::o, which, deducted from the abov-j paaJBSLJiSa, ahiotca a net decrease in the principal of the public debt since March I. of fMjtißfUk It appears from the alxnve that there were more than $ .O,000,00W m re of funds in the Treasury i n the first of October than on the first of March.? Tkcfaatoaat in the Treasury, at both dates, is deducted 1mm the debt. Mr. Houtwell, with a mueh l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 21 October 1869

POETRY. ITHS CHMSBT WOOD CLOCK BT ' ÜARLR- i HAMBKRLMN, 'U. " With a cherry wood SSM, Ani : jolly round face. Manning jn.-t in the nie!- in ÜM wall. Ticking nil ni'ht and day. In the -tejtdie.! way. oid-fathioned clock in he hall. There' a pot on the face. And there'; many a trace ir a ratch and a -ar on the wood ; And the hand;1 made of hrass, W ill an odd iluil(v pa-. O'er a dial that age- have -To.kI. Ti the old clock is tickini:, Th- second han't picking Its V ay round to '" (W nrv ; And it strike- with a ring, Like an animate thing. All lh- while looking old and demure. Ah! that cherry-wood clock. Standing firm a a rock. Looking down on the ioOtc of to-dav, e 'ti!d tell lal.-s of Its own, In its own solemn tone. Of the i:u-t in it- old-larliiour d way. It baa ticked -low and strong. Ia its mouotoue otij:, When the hone va- nil inict and -till: If ha -poVen o loud. Almost Joyous nnd proud. When the blast without whistled so shrill. I' ha- ticked with the bcB. That it wedding wou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 21 October 1869

33 CT- THE DEMOCRAT. Uli .- . :.,n-. BT 0, E Van Yalkenbnrgh. Tuwrsetoj October 14, . hl im:i)1i:io .V t'c. IV- mod " j Minnll of pn.niiIMMI profan ti fttt in ÜM result of the Ohio elect ioa lat trek an evidence of dirapprofft n tlis part of tka people of tiiat Stute of the poailiofl taken by Mr. tKXM.Kf n on the qnestkm af our national ftnanees; and the radical papers are profuse in their advice to the Iemmwcj to dhrof the Tenplkto- an platform and join the n in their praise of the pressen? administration of financial affair? An unity of sentiment 00 thi -abject apparently would pfeoM thei-e parties. That auch is the case is not at all singular on the part of the radical press, and their cratuit his advice is ijuite natural. We would ask th ; BVOsVfB Demokratie journals, taking this view, on what points thoy desire the Democracy to differ from the radical party, and on what principles they propose to contest the next presidential campaign. The question of negn suffrage seems to be ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 21 October 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. Hews About Home. Skveral of our citizens visited Fort Wayne last Mnd:iy. FOTAfon are coming in liburallj an .1 being about 25c per bushel. A Panel. tu m i able of St. Thomas P.ir'.sh will be held next Thursday evenuvz.ht the residence of Dr.J. J. INAIX. WlIAl .till ccaflundlffl cents per ! bushel more n Plymouth than n Ja- j Forte Pert SV.uth Bend, or Warsaw. ' Old corn sold at a higher price thai w riorum our town a icw ua . . - - j . t How U that for hi. and lo? i S. Cu vvelani and bride have returned from their bridal trip and settled down to the enjoyment of domestic felicity. The new time table of the C. C. & LRailroad, which went into effect last M today, i? published in another column. The treats Friday and Sundiy eight wore musuul.v henry f r tti i sea n of t m rear, and in li "ate the approach o. Isidiaa Summer. l'R I 1 OKNT ( 1 R A NT has issued I proelamatiun anr ointinz the ISth dav of Xoftabof u a da of thanksgiviiiL" and prayer. 9.4l M. Je.:ke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 21 October 1869

C'orVm's Sale or His Wash in or ton House to t.i-.tnt. "WriFN Coffein ikteflncd ta change h jpg of opurtinm froan Wahia$Wn loRew Yrk, he at once put elegant inattaion in the former city bl ÜM market lor s:i:e, but t"r a nnmli r ti months w.-is nnahisto fed a MncfcMcr at any price, Imk'nl, though om of the inovt qptteiom ami -lcnut ilwt-ilinirs in Washington, its location was ur. !' s:r and al Um time Ol its of !V-r C'ort n WM UBaaftls to dispose of it. At lat lie approached Gen. tJrant with a proposition,! nit Grant ottcdUat thettlnc of the hc.uso was lxyonil his means and declined to become a pun lmwi Nothing tliuntetl lw this refusal, Corliin hftntedtip Gem, W. s". Elilljrer, whoee pasaaanal relations to the then General were of the closet nature, anl to htm i rnesn -A the pro po.-al. The prop sitiim he made through Oen. Hillyer wucertoiDlj i most inritin" one. He would sell the place to (Jen. Gnat tor paOgPOCL and would leave the whole amount mbottd and nrtflUN on the house fat t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 28 October 1869

POETRY. Ml T. KING TI MM 'ET OCORne OOOfFR. W'Hr.v h.lows lengthen on the plain Ami leave an -c.irlet in ihe iun ; When cow aru lowing in the lane, A:n! 'onim homewnnl one hv ovo; Wti.-n mi!s are tansled in the f rees Th.it overhang the riTT' bank : And taimers rhr.r and take their eae. And -hiniusr pails "rlhik and clank:' That niilking-tinie. When pns and Fido linger round. And run fcesidi- the dafrv-iniUd" : hi-n i-ircliug -wallow kim the gronr.d. And on th Paws mate.- ariden raid.- ; When rosy irir's a ditty siTvj-. And -Minim 1 hide in leafy home; And crni' he i-t?- ro pinvf and pineV Ami paii.an- heaped with creamy Utum : Tint's inilkiuf.'-:inic. When little ones are tired with play. Aim! in the corner blink and ihm I : Wh- n k:ii y'.;d ar- loud and gay, ad wetted grow the rhilly sod : When -t.ir are lew and faintly irlow. And w.tkiusr flr-.-rtie rather fast. Like drifted flake- ,.f ;,v.:lrn raow m kef lor haasl ; the hnnr U past For niilking-tinio ! .MISCELLANEOUS. NTI iimn S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 28 October 1869

I b--i. MS "HE DEMOCRAT. suis ixd rvauwiD bt D. E. Van Vftlkenbarf?li. Thartdajr, Oft Aber 11, 2 860. The Cincinnati iintte. one -f the ablest and most influential oftHe Republican papers of Ohio, frankly eoaftSMi thav Mr. Pendlet. n was not beaten on financial i-u3?. an I says the Republicans of that Sint brieve that the gOTernment "'has a legal pnd moral rieht to rwav tlw fiva-twp.itv imbAi in eurrenre" Tt also statt - that thev condemn i Sehenck's public erdit bill, and will not consent to a paymmt of a premium on the bonds. It may be aked. if that paper is corrtft irrnr v-i- 1't.mllt.t. m Vi-itn' Tt enrf 4i . .i rp- I everal days ago. The Republicans fought the battle on Bout well's Imw rtry statements, the fifteenth amendment and the ' auti-war record of the Democrats." What is ditbbed tne ; anti-war record of the Democrats," aird Bout well's treasury statements, ere the only effective weapons the Republican leaders had. The fifteenth amendment did not help them, because we:o l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 28 October 1869

THE DOOniAT. News About Home. "WtiliouM be very glad te hear from the a.-eut of -'Laws of Busineß" Social Hop at (Vrhin'h Hall tolnor&v evi?iir. Tafel Band will e in attendant. If the present cold ."pell is only 1 SeM WiRter," may wc be delivered Ircnp hmuK Inj'iH." A Pari h Sociable of St. Thomas' Fari-h will be held next Tluuxlay evenitwrat the residence of C. S. S. Toir. (mmon Pleas Court commences iti .Y. eüiU r term next Monday; a number i I rjtriU important ca.. Heir, ye! Witt Brown keeps a full line of ';ri nerv of tae first quality. For Blank Uook, 'etter paper, envelopes, etc., give him a call. Wild geese are makircr their appearance in our rivers and ponds in abundance, and hunters anticipate an unusu ally good .season for sport. The Corporation and J es sell are at peace just at present. The lrst suit betvaen them resulted in favor o? Jessell. The corporation is irood for the exists. It is probable that the hog product of this county will be lighter this y r t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 28 October 1869

(.'rant ami Coiiurre. TitT W'N ,T ' I - ofBonMMt, i m .. i man 1 arUjU-n ului tle kithe vror! 1 kn wa f hii l If all the philosophers aiul scri.MS h the country co.iii and thf-ir pens U simpfe n.irmt;o:is i Eld in re-anrJ t.. Mr. Grunt, in stea l at trying, ss they bare .lone, to impresa Ihe public inim with hwgiiwnry ideas of hii .- '.! 1 ability sn 1 virtues, and explain awajr baa wffiart erram, what wouM now 1 ? the onfeiklestlniatecf Ac i-iitL-t'ntli Preshlent ! On the one sslc it hea been rnwlwary tosrexlH Gen. Grant mi the mrhjt at the KepabBej and attribotc tn him ex? mor.linary military gniu3. On the other, his luilttarj c ireer I i:-s h n written down by w:',t rs ui-:?i; 1 !y h i m i rriminatiug :. I ibtiioa bestowed npon him, and, Ihere(orainefined t ha tin fair. Pernaps tne .rcmrnt respecting Grant's success as a General that aroold eosna nawasl t h?" sim-rh-truth is tint it was won by :i " fortuitous eoacoarae of eircn instances. Thefe lu-ver araa a ti nc when this r-.'i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 4 November 1869

POETRY. SUMMER WEATHER. Thk an was phining on the hill, And gildln the p irnle heather, A you and I wert? roaming, love. In Summer weather. The birds were singing in the trees. The lark -urn in the iky. But ah ! 1 heeded not their songs As they winged by. For rweeter than the weote-t son? f tarda npon a tree w?h the mtisic of yonr voice, love, As you spoke to me. iflae was the snnny stream!ot And blue the summer skies. Bn4 Umt, oh I a thousand times Wcf our soft eyes. Sweet is the breath of wild flowers With dew-drops newly wr. Unt sweeter was the moment, love, When oar lips met. Warm was the eolden snnlicrht On fl.-lds that sr'adly shine. But warmer v;i your true heart That beat wit a mine. II. The yenr is growing old. love. The sun has hid his liirht. My life is rrowin:r dark, too, And turning into night. The flowers bloom no lonjjer. The liirds have hushed their fing. And the music of the streamlet No longer flow.- along. But sweeter than the sweetest sonu f bird upon a tree. Is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 4 November 1869

HIE DEMOCRAT ! itutsd axd fMUM ST IX . Vau Yalkenbursii. Thurtdi)', n. 4, 2 6. BLOÜD ntOM A Tl'RX 1 1. We hare often been tokl that Lln.nl ! eoJd not ho dsmwu from a turnip. We ml t believe it. but our faith has re- I etutrj beau MwdbnUj hluk.Mi. Wi ; nre of the opinion, that the radical ediiotH who extract comfort fa their nUrts 'Vom the result of the elections held since last fall, eor.ld succeed in taking blootl from I turnip. The Lalrte llmh'i is certainly smnnj to the tusk. It takes comfort from the ieent elections as Mluwnt "Ii New HifAiw Stone, rrp.. was clif sen irovornor " er BsMUj qnu.. bv a luijoritt of 5.764.w Last 611 (Irant had ('.L7 majority in New Ranpenife. Of tniiee'i-ut it says: ''English, (Jem..) M ousted by Jmult, i t-ep .i who beat him 81 i ballots." Lat fall irant had 3. Ulli inajorirv in Cotmei-tieut. Of Rhode Island: "Kh-de Tl;in 1 re-elected Paddlcfrd (rep., i by 3,39ti Majority." L:tt fall Grr.ru had 0.4 45 Majoritj ia Rhode Island. OreL'nn is summed up in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 4 November 1869

7 I I 5r THE DEWHKAT. Rras About Home. Corn brings 73 eeikta bushel. Wnr..T H selling at 10 cts. per bush If .. Sociable will meet next Tues-, day evening at U.R. Pershing's. I A til 1 and potetOOB sufTi rc l COBiil. r iliK- in DDT eobnlv aüri& the rej ... -t j - ii . i cent cuiu weaiken ! , Fon a Irian koai go to Stiqman's. There are fa better workmen ; in the country th.tn Plfl Miller is Sellins his mlscellaneoos works at cost. Now is rhc time to get , riding. ; TAMMfAs are iflipffCTving the pleasant weather to finish digging their potatoes t -f -re wlnit-rs. tr in a train. They bring 30 (ß 35 cents in Market A Parish Sociable of Si Thomas' Pariah will be hekl this Thurackey evening at the residence of (.'. S. Tom. XesJ T'.mr;l;iy evening at the residence ul"J. J. N. K linger. Wm are now printing bill-heads, let- ! ter-head. statements notes and every 1 variety of Matths, in first-rate style, ami ar low mleg, (live u a call fur any and ' trery kmd ..f Je ork. . BOOTH A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 4 November 1869

The Verier Cane. Tite Cincinnati Qitztfte affects to see nothing more in IBS Yen:- r loftwi esrjMBJ cic hut the personal welfare of the applicant. It calls those who believe the writ should le granted " Yerger sympa tuiers," declares that Ysfgef killed a national officer in the discharge of his dvity, and for this he MM to have tinDemocratic sympathies" "and, in all the history of our govvrnnunt. the Democracy would have leiral decisions go accord ing to tlu-ir sympathies." In proof of this reckless allegation the Cincinnati paper brings up a historical incident, which, when examined, will prove nofl unfortunate for itself. It Is this, as given in it9 own words ; In the cases of JetTers-on and Jackson, The p.irty sympathies wer" .i mist the safeguards of the hiw. Consequently MMM and Mi party MriM IBS Suprem- Co'nrt fur Nstiin.: thi- writ of hti corjm in the ery rase of Bollmin and Swart wont, which JucL'c CaSM cites ax a precedent iu t hi? These rNi were charged by (r.n. UMIM with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 11 November 1869

YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. POETRY. cony HARVEST. BT T. TOWK9KKD TROWBRIDGE. Tin fields are filled with smoky haze. The eolden spears Of the ripening ears PW from the cre-ted. and pennoned maize; AH down the rustling rows are rolled The portly pumpkins, green and gold. Altogether "Ti very fine weather, l is a the aimanac foretold. In early ?nmmer the hrhrand crow Made ruth let raid On the sprouting blades : The weeds foaght Ion with Ue fannera hoe: . . r-CCoous anuirrein have had their O! all the rood man"s toil and care ; The -hy flelI-mone Has tilled her bouse. And the blackbirds are ilockinir from no one know where. lint now his time ha? 'omo ; hnrrah '. To the fields, mds! to-day Our work will be play. lax rue r!acKrird.- scream, and the mad crows caw, am me tmrrei oid on the wild cherry limb W e 11 take from the robbers that took from him ! Come alonir. one and all. ooys! Big hoys and small boye, Lon?-arrned Amo. and Joel, and Jim ! Hi iicMo to reap, or blades to strike. Be Tor.- they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 11 November 1869

1 IHE DEMOCRAT. EDITED AND ITBLI9U ED BT D. E. Van Yalken burgh. Thnriday, Nov. 11, INGO. J B STOLL W have n t heretofore expressed. through the columns of The Democrat. a preference for any aspirant wh'-se name will prolallv appear before the Democratic State Convention next January; but the press of the State ha almost nniversally indulged in recommendations and subnotions, and we now dew it but justice to a most worthy man to ursre his claims. We are very confident that the nomination ot J. B. Stoll. Hm . of liaporte, as candidate for Auditor of State, would be numt judicious an'I advisable. Mr. 8m is a worthy and compe tent ii.an. and would materially increase the strength of the ticket in every section of the State. The German clement in the Democratic party of Indiana is v r;- strong, and certainly merits a recognition. Mr. Stoll is ;r representative (lernvan. and Would srive universal satisfaction to the Germans of the whole State. We know his strength in the northern part of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 11 November 1869

TIE EMtCBAT.I Sews About Home. Ir f6 wlmh a job of printing done ncatK and correctly, leave your ordere tf The Pemocuat otftet?. JESSKt.f.me ftttc!? ftoraman. hastakra feifl 'It-parturc from our midt. He Ü hall return BgBBa some Jay. Coli WM 127 yesterday in New , x rk. and X . 2 spring wheat was j u-nrtl, Rf mmmtrn mr bushel in Chicago - BBBBBB V- V J V last evninir- Corn brought Gö cent. iMMMn is endeavoring to secure 'our" MM railroad, and favors aid by the County. An additional tax wotild be I gaol thinp lor Fulton County. Common Pleas Court in still in BBBsion. Wil I litijrafrd cases are on d cket and bid fair to consume the entire time of the court until its adjournment bv limitation. P. B. Ai.i.km.vn prepared to furnish the citizens of Plymouth with an IUI 11II111.CU iliJUJUm 'i uii.-Mi.uu. v. i upon me nine ror noiaimr ine cvuuij may by left at Al.LF.MAN s furniture : rllvonfi()11 t M.loet delegates to attend -t -re. I the Democratic State Convention, to be m . . "TV T ' m m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 11 November 1869

How the National Debt is Crowing. Ttte Democrat of Saturday gave us a fittk calculation, which shows that, spitu ef Mr. Bout-well's ctforts to reduce the National debt and his declarations tliat he is reducing it, the debt i, in truth, steadily and largely growing. It is not our coteraporary's object to demonstrate this fact, but it does demonstrate it, nevertheless ; for it proves, and that, too, by arguments M irrefragable as Umm so often used by Mr. Pendleton in his Ohio speeches, that as gj ld declines all debts increase ; and, as the National Debt is the largest amount of indebtedness in this country, it shares and illustrates the general increase. The growing stringency in currency is the text on which the Democrat preaches. It asserts that this stringency will continue to grow and thus depicts the conse quences: . . " Property will apparently shrink in value. People who owe debts will have to pay them in a currency worth eighty or ninety cents instead of seventy cents on the ...

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