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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 22 September 1870

s-...: v v i-.-.o:1 A TI ALjthousaad;f; J . i THS FLYMQUT NWM eteht THTartAT BT nmimvim & dqrald. -il , : Tlp.iOn. -2 0.J ! ; '5 Terrr.s of Subscrip ?ee yesr. ir. advance, It ataetha, " Three month " 1 Westward bound emigrant wagons throwgh l lCWB almost "daily. j , ,. , "j T . ' Ih'ä ftiblo. FCiiooIa have re-opoaed, I ' . after a bri-.d suspension. I , 8m ir. JOT "inscriptions to XHI j Ii t;.. BgM could bo trained to SaUUte , it would be prolitablc to have arcaad ; btr! a? it now stands it a ol uo use cq asi on.i. . tTt. 1 suw, - i Tborsday1 Au;u Spsull En: ; Lst her child's piain bit, j r:t HltL4" w vT .nacr artl: e :utaDl rewarueu iy rc- -u-MUir tt to thcGWTser, r üu- ofiiec. I SckuTler aaya the hmal graba," as na -led bv tkc iat radical eongreaa, are rieht. I sause, the Do;:oatic party - cd fj albaj th-m Was d iocraey. j I tOSlt, SO infallible ? I savvag the reesal deaths rn ttua si- ; nRn -j ,; '7 tit Mr:-. Kcvliii;.', relict of the ; rr,;p.ief r . . -U lb km Keying; V;n. B...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 22 September 1870

i jagte, Ii! Sil C t m 7nr.T ARE NOT A T7LE f Z LIFTING TP. If Susan Powers had any idea about the phrase, "a word in season," it was of some startling warning dtntence, which should atrike'hcr dumb with sorrow and shame; some awful rebuke that should rouse her, and frichten her out of all thi3 weakness an 2 misery at once. For truly it was a poor, miserable life that she ws living now ; and the way out of it did not appear. Ten years be fore, a rtau and woman had stood np, and promised fidelity and honor toward each oher, with as hitch hopes as any two peo pie, with the w-tld all before them, and their home to make in it, could have Five years of honest, hearty effort, a home just beginning to be theirs, four days of illness and a widow, with a mort gaged house and three babies, was left. At first grief for her loss, remorse for the light appreciation of what had heen hers, the desire to do for his children what he h&d meant, sustained her; and she worked hard and incessantly. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

I POETRY. NOBODYS CHILD. BT PH(BBK UBT. OwiT a newebcy. under the Hgbt Of the iamv post plviog his trade In rain: Mm are too ppejjfl st P to ninrht, Hurrylni; h-mo tbr n-h thi sleet and rain. Ncv.-r bince daik a paper sold : Whfre sha 1 he sleep, or how be fed? lie thinks aa he nhtvers there In tbe co:d, Whiie happy children aro sa'e s-fced. Is it rt ranee If he turns about With argry wort s, then comes to blows. When h s itute neighbor, jastsold out, To-tiug his pennies, past him goes? " Stop!' seme one look at him, sweet and mild, Ana the voice tha' speaks is a teedor one: Yoa ehould not strike snch a Htth child, And you should not uesuch words, my son!" Is it his arsrer or his fear 1 hat have hushed r'.a voice and stopped Ms arm? nt JremMr."' these are the wore? he bean ; Do y u think that I would do vi a hMrm I- isn't that." and the hatd drous down: "I wouldn't c re for kick- and bio? s; But n.-dT evvr ca'leil me son, üecause l a cohody- child, I pceo." O men! as ye eare'ess p' ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

Tie Hjinlk Sswat, 8. X. VA-? rAL22iT3TO3S. PLATT Mc5CAl3, I aee Thur.Ua , September 0, 1870. Democratic stale Ticket. For Secretary of State, NORMAN EDDY," of St- Joseph For Auditor of State, JOBS C. SHOEMAKER, of Perry. For Treasurer of State, JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. For Attoruev General, BAYLESS W. HÄNNA. of Tig For Superintendent of Public Instruction MILTON B. HOPKINS, of Montgomery. For Judges of Supreme Court, JAMES L. WORDEN, öf Allen; ALEXANDER C. DOWNEY, of Ohio; SAMUEL H. BUSK1RK. of Monroe; JOHN PETT1T, at Tippecanoe. For Congress, g. L ANT ONY, of Porter. ForJudae of 9th Judicial Circuit, J A ME 5 BRADLEY, of Laporte. For Circuit Court Prosecutor, T. J. WOOD, of Lake. Frr C.-mmon Pleas Prosecutor, GEO FORD, of St. Joseph county. Fur Senator, JAMES F. YANYALKENBURGH. For Joint Representative, JOSEPH HENDERSON, of St. Joseph. For Representative M. M. (ALE.MIM.. For Clerk D. McDONALD. For Auditor II. C. BCRLINGAME For Treasurer JOHN SOICE, For Sheriff D. K. HARRIS. For Re...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

I ManeSeHL . . " i 7.ni " USVÖ Wooater.... 8. " 8. -. orrville.... s.-.T lk s.4'2 " 1 Jacob Oglesbce, aged about 70 years, died in this place last Sunday. Mrs. T3oals has opened a millinery and dress-makinc; establishment in the room nearly opposite the bank, where all poods and work may be r btair.cd on reasona ble terms. B?ware of the falsehoods being cir culated through the county by two or three of the radical candidates. Do not be deceive 1 by the statements of Harvey Atkinson. Tom SlMOl or Pote Low. C"i. Poo's u ng store was broken open ImI Sunday Mgki, and goods to the anj"unr f abut S0 stolen. This will Ml rffed &t low prices which rule at this ntaburb went. 1 Mr. Soll Inf r-.s thaTthe dogwood . - , . , i,,r iTQii ire out ia utoom, east ol towa, ior . . mm I freak of tttve nldom witnessed, and is doubtless at r Tu ted to the severity of the doe-days. G:o. W. Wright, living three miles so-r.h of tor.i, -ays that a few like bushes' on his ffeauKi were stripped ol their lea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

Speech of Hon. S. S. Marshall at Spriaafl M, I1U The Hon. 8. 8. Marshall ioressi the Democratic Sttc O-nvention of Illinois, at Sprin Seid, OsftWBSf M, on Um poMticsl ! lestiorts of the day. After some preliminary remark s he said : The people, turnine Midi from tfes IMP sion anl prrjndioM of the yast, are be BBBfing to iDqnire how thfir estate is tit jig HMlHCrfl by their public servants; why euch enormous sums are wrung from them from year to year; and what be comes of this money; what disposition is being made of th ir public ltnds acquired for homesteads tor our people ; and who it is that hw tast"n"d upoa them a tariff system that is robbing thena of thfcir sub Stance, impoverishing their children, f r the benefit of men already rolLng in wealth. In short, questions of tariff, taxation, fiunc, public expenditure, and the dis position of the public Ltude are the ques tions I f the hour, ard it Will be in va'm that the Oeiurrnf" rr the nfltj will at SampS 10 inra tfceptwjple asid...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

Supplement to The Plymouth Democrat. the Flymouth leant S. I. VAN VALSSlTBUaSH, PLATT MCDONALD, f ThnrMlay, Stpte nber 1870. On Friday night last Satan seems to have been let loose in the county of Hush, for besides a number of fights on the cars and at the depot in Rushville, i most bloody effort was made by a young man by the name of Long to kill a number of persons. It seems that Long, in other days, had paid his ad dresses to a Miss Winship, the daughter of Mr. Jesse Winship, who lives on a farm near the village of Milroy. He bad made proposals of marrage, but wa.s rejected trough the influence of the mother. The daughter subsequently married Mr. Jackman, and the newly married couple were living in the neigh borhood. On last Friday night Long ' iinc to the residence of Jackman, and, giving a false name, wanted admittance. The family, fearing there was no good will in his request, refused his entrance. Finding he was determined to break in, -lackmau and his wife ran over t Mr. Wi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 29 September 1870

Tl:e K;i:c mf Tax At t OH in Eiull na, Radical txiravuguacc lmposeti. t The Republican papers, as a sort of hrl water a ins 1 the wholesale e rrup- ; ;i sod txtravaganee which nave ehar-r'j-J thcii conduct of public affairs, bare been assidioasly engaged in pick ing - ut a few isolated counties in the Stat, taking those Democratic counties whore public iruproTcmant have caused ill i r.ite of taxation tobe bigli, and the r-rvv Republican counties where county sfiaira have beet managed prudently and eeonon ally, and comparing tnt in together, with the view of bumhugging the people int the belief that they tiro .i v-ry eeouoniical party! Everybody Dsn 633 h w unfair this process ii and utterly unoatisiast ry ;is furnishing r- reet aU of the eztraTapince or cc .no mv f the two parties, we have selected t'rtv counties in the State, taken from every portion of tbe State, north, south, oast, west snd middle, twenty ander Democratic and twenty under Republi can management. As Bet opp site e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

POETRY. The aatnmn days are waning, and tee gold la on ttie leaf. The sold and crimson tint that paints with splen dor hriebt and brief The gra&d d caiis The co; per red in on the bending beech. The brown nute ruoue ilpe and fall above the ecnool-boy's reach. The swallows gather 'nea'-h the eaves; the first doll cloudy day Will bear them ail. on eager wlrgs, to ennnier citmcj away: 80 la it oft, with us, alas ! Onr brief bright sum mer ends. Comes winter resolute and stern ; away troop sum mer friends. The last rosa bin ihes on h: r etem, in beauty al" alone, Weepa enmm gone, and sighs up-n her solitary t hror e ; So 1- it Uh n- al Me's end. vThit recic, or pomp, or fa. If hatrs erow irroy, and we without some liht of low, ry,y old? Prjy God, th ;re f one of us, whoever he miy De, Without im friend wh ho miy love, some child lipo bis knee ! True love an1. MMsSshlp ever ehine, with lustre ail the-.r own, Since nun wa n--.vtr and.: to lore, and work, and die u.o-e I A' I the Yezr ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

Tie Plymouth Democrat. ?iatt :t:v.:ai:- Thrrtdty, Oct. O, IH7Ü. Look Out. Pemocrats. and all others who love , fair dealing, are cautioned to be on their suard, between this time and election dav. for lying, secret circulars, and bo gus tickets, whish n.ny be put out by an unscrupulous opposition, in the hope of deluding and deceiving the people. We ! do nut believe the respectable portion of the Republican party would endorse or participate in such a proceeding ; but the baser element of the party have done such acts in the past, ind may repeat them now. Be on the !ook-out for all such. Let every Democrat of Marshall, re member the importance of attending the election next Tuesday. All work before hand is in rain if the voter is not on hand to vote. The time of argument is now past, the hour for action has come. On Tuesday next the fate of this state, for weal or woe, is to be de cided for the next two years. Of course the couaty will go democratic if two or three hundred Democrati...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

Amelia E. Poolittle, aged 28 years, j died at the residence of N. H. Ogle.-dbee, yesterday morning. Funeral ?errices by Rev. L. C. Buckloe, at 10 olock to-doy Judgo L)gan has established himself in the practice of law, in the room over Becker k Cos store. He is well posted in hia profession, and will faithfully at tend to all business entrusted to him. A vote for Jasp ?r Pa :kard is a vote in &TOC of placing negro children beside y mt cbildrcu iu our public schools. lie v ted fof that law while in congrem Every Democrat there voted gainst it. Look out for all sorts of ':cock and bull" stories in the Republican of this Week. It is tho favorite d'-dge of that paper just beton election. No lie is to infamous to prevent them from publish ing it. Be uot deceived. ManhsB county taxes hor people j r - j 01 j.aporie taxes ner peipto t,iiu, 1 Kikhart. i3.51t; ; Keewivsfco, 38,232; Porter, 34,730; Lake, 3642. Do you want the change I J.) to the polls early oi Tuesday next and spend the da...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

Republican Extravagance. Tbe loud tfcaaatl of Republican rconon-y as exemplified in tue present national Ad ministration have recently met with two eminent and convincing replies one in the speech ot Hon. S. 8. Marshall, of I li nois. at Sprirgtkld, on tbe 14th inst. ; the other in the speech of Senator Tliurmsn, of Ohio, at Cincinnati, laat we:k. Bvth are able and masterly effrrls; but Mr. Marshall's is the mere elaborate and p'tr ticu'r, r.nd wf.l be found the m 're diffi cult for the Republican mathematicians to reply to. Mr. Marshall understands Republican financiering thoroughly. He wa3 ore cf th most laborious and diluent members ol the last Congresa, and exhibited a f miliaritv with the financud features of the Administration that caused the champl. mi of the ruling rarty to avoid collisions With him In the snt-ec.h which we print to- he sets out bv expopiD? the surpass im? absurdity ot the Republican b ast that Grant's Administration spends MM monev than John on s. "Supple t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

Plymouth Democrat. Vol. XVI. (SUPPLEMENT FOR OCTOBER 6, 1870. Number Ö. rp The The Plymouth kosrat. r. s. ran vALSsiiscsca. - platt i:s::;ali. 'Ikturttlfty, Ort.. 1870. As this sheet will full into the bands which is the party of economy, and of cheap and good government. VAU K OP AM. TAXABLE FnoPEUTV. AN1 KtmBIl OF TOLLS. Democratic rufe 1S30 to 1 S0? Year. Poll. Tnxablej. I860 149,965 $137,443,665 151 158,533 210,973,643 160,421 260,009,189 is. 164,992 266,097.614 IHM 171,766 290,416,148 1855 17H.SK7 301,858,474 1855 174,602 306,787.819 1.r.7 185,198 817,932,958 1858 199,621 818,204,961 1859 201. 486,867,862 Total 1,740,027 Average 174,002 Avrrape per capita tax on rote of 1866, 325,000, under Republi can rule $269 26 Average per capita tax on vote of 1800, 215.120. undertcn years Democratic rule 100 23 tubltcan Rule- 203,098 218,823 209 3 12 206,762 197,600 It -.271 1800 tn 1870. 455.011,378 441,562,339 421,406.963 443, 155.63(5 QEAXD OU mcnt of the financial history of the two p...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

I WAR Y FA ItS. t'oars. R er: pis. j.on, T,ir' 3- 1861 :..7 r,i S ;. , !ü.L-i W : l. I IC 0 . . 31ES. IM8URA ICE. K1 Ordinary expeoefs , t n reara -i - i J . ... ... , , , 0 ' TUST UPE&'ED 1862 1803 2-: 9 8.1 2.5o;S.246 59 18M &39I.291 13 g.7&.i21 76 (865 1. 2.7 i.'.vs'. Ii 1,901,626 62 ........... n - . - - I v ' i lVJ -l- H J I I ' J I , : . , un lt i I'emdcraiic rile.... '.1 1" ,319 56 Difference fo ten mm 91,-169 10 7o?nl 111.56.141 81 14,678,809 8 Peace vears I66G ..!'-:.; 23 S.C61."61 68 Aim ilifi'ivrencr $ 914.631 021 The. afcraee difference In v. .:. tiTilau tin; l;iil:iii"v r vn ... j n iL..! 1867 4.21 .:;.:.; .v$ 4. 4 if. .-", : I . . .. . ,5 : . ur .1 , w- .. . ... ... - , ' 'vi um in uiii.i it ;j , if a on tho 18' 1 4,197.480 21 4.191.617 16 1870 -i.-'i J 63 S.ddf;889 C2 T...fl $20.190,151 r, 10,818.;$.; K ! Democratic admTtik Deiuoeratie rale and tea Tours of IU : riNi ttoiUrr per Hnnn.nl irt fiv r ' the a i ii wn eil I- aa Q neons aro, Admitting, which U no...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

Wa kaTfl. a r.'.; atcc of ' - -- -- .1--.r. .jih! ! i nm . f Mar! . it tmtttfk In !i.;i . ire ki i I . . n-t"'rifi n h- . t ut i,. Jh.- Iltmii M ' 'IHN ht'tf., .;' Rii rt, 1 i n . ; depted lc fcV Ett r!:'" üF.sEtt"i L'n-' flTtE,Q ) VI7TV T1IV nr. 7 i rv eqxdiVd in !.-.; . . v !:-n- .': ;rv. i AIVAO it 31IJ lMMU I j 1: i- (It .,- .-r - in Cfim tlttctü)! '. , dctiln .1. 1 be l!.w- !i wir.' Uat-hioc, l- :f. i d- mi ort wari-anrea. nannaciioa custaaieea. ; :- -:r- r'iionlble ;n.d enorg !: Partie. .1- airei her, ai u . J, Aaami N schlaf shop 3PCOL THREAD. THE CELEBRATED TBOtiTICE Tis Umm? R BAL ESTA SW 48 I I -ear r" ' 3t"nt j To the Sinn -j 9 M ir. : '.' I 'at i. .leim t. '... court La an I 3i i i .;:, c j MffCiff, thir : f :i ' . . i i 1 v! I ut til'. p.:. i . i in aid COSM V, On ,. DRY GOODS. kl Lf . i Office In the room (rreefijr r;,.. ' t CLSMIJl&BEilllENSI ur.- '.-u..ery, im .m.iit:i : it CorbiVa Uriel I -v, ........ L fflMPllTTI? . .: : r.l W'T ' : .1 i km art hü i imj-j n i '...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 6 October 1870

s LEGAL ADVERTS. HERIFFS SALE. By virtue of an order of sa.e and a de cree of foreclosure of mortgage issued eat of the office of the clerk of the Marshall circuit court, to me directed, on a judgment in favor of Hugh Pickerel and against John Sweitxcr and Caroline Sweit rer, I will offer for sale at public auction ou Saturday, October 20, 1870, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 4 o'clock i. m., at the court house door in Plymouth, Marshall county, Indiana, as the law directs, the following described real es tate, to-wit : The south half of the south-east quarter, and the north-east quarter of tho south west quarter, of section sixteen 16), in 6'wnship thirty-two 32 north of range two 'J east, in Marshall county, ind itate f Indiana, a the highest bidder for cnh, without regard to appraisement laws, sub ject to redemption. DAVID HOW, Sheriff M. C. cpt2f HEKIFFSSAI.E. of sale and a mortKaee is- By virtue of an order decree of foreclosure of sued out of the offic of the clerk...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 13 October 1870

POETBY. THE THREE LITTLE CHAIRS. Tbey sat alone by the bright .wood Ire, The gray-haired dame and aged sire. Dreaming of days gone by ; The tear-drops fell on each wrinkled cheek. They both had thoughts they could not speak, And each heart uttered a sigh For their sad and tearful eyes descried Three little chairs placed side by side Aarainst the sitting-room wall ; Old-fasnioaed enough as there tbey stood, Their seats of flag and their frames of wood. With thtir back so straight and tall. Then the sire shook his silvery head, And with trembling voice he gently said : " Mother, these empty etiairs ! They bring us such sad, sad thoughts to-night, We'll put them torcver out of stent, In the small, dark room np-stairs." Bat she answered : Father, no, not yet. For I look at them, and I forget That the chiloren are away : The boys come back, and our Mary, too. With her apron on. of checkered blue, And sit here every day. " Johnny still whittles a ship's tall masts, And W illie bis leaden ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 13 October 1870

am "h Flpnth Dsnocrai. PIATT XzDCSin, jmsU Thursday, Ort. 13, 1870. The KefiHlf. Tlie election in this county last Tues lay resulted as favorably to the Pemoc y as tuero w:is gesdl reason to expect - v:ugh. with a full vote, cur majority 1.1 bars been larger. Lein?. in the . nature of the caw. on the detersive in , anty w t u ra . there was but little op I rrunity to make gains fron; the ob i-m- ...IUI, iIC VU1 IUI I'S 1 LI . .1 . . U I I io maintaining our former majority. j The mull iu the SBfesa t w;;shij)S 1 . I ii"t differ materially from the fig i p Bade i y ÜM Democrats MffiNHh i the election, with the exception of IN Ik I lad l.urbn t wnsmius. Ia Polk ihcre WM a BCtiouB disafiectioa in the nomi m . , , , , , , . - uiriu ni i i ; t iuttiiuiu tvu cuinm i 11.1 i . i cm um iäiu ui o line. jciy saun wns ' Malt by the central committee and nth er workins Democrats, to heal the Ii--saaiooi pteviuus to the election, but .hi ujrl''ontents refused to be reconciled, ' Hal they ere aec ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 13 October 1870

? a: aod p hatte gjauteriaifs, on reaaottable li.d . t -va I n-r.. a . a . '.ww niodite him. ' I'nclc Thema'" chnr - tat will prohibly bear inrcstigution h " I7ael HarrieoL's." We k,:.-p the best stoeh of Carju ts and Oil TlotliH in the ciry. M 0KCKCB A CO. 1 e toranael aaie willbe aasaebardl cash in banden the L11 af aale aaal abe rwaidaM in Ii m iousunt to record the fact that j As an instance af deserved success in I a r . . v e- w. th sickness in these part5 is aoutin.;. ! ousmess, we reier to tue reople s Mrqg I e a m ar , The Plvmomb quadrille band till I NEW ADVERTISEMENTS. ivc a grand ball on Tuesday evening, TBI FINKLE A LYON SOWING MACAINE. There is a new superintendent on the , . C C- r-iihvav Mr. Paine, by Store, by Messrs. Tot & Hays. By i Oct 18th, at Benson's hall. With a ! vith l)ro Fwd-Nt W TMke KP-new IIcmnicr-c judicious advertising they have brought ! good mom r.nd excellent music, the their establishment prominently before the people, and by lair dealing hav...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 13 October 1870

I t i Redaction in Taxation Unequal lief. Re- To Vie Hon. James Brooke, of the Ways md Means Committee: Your speechej in CongTess upon the reduction of the tariff and internal revenue, which you always contended should be a reduc tion of at least $100,000,000, and vour active service as a member of the Ways and Means Committee, have led me, as chairman of the Democratic Congression al Committee, to inclose to yon the fol lowing, from the address of the Hon. Henry Wilson, as chairman of the Con gressional Republican Committee, and to ask for your comments thereon. Yours, respectfully, Samukt, J. Randall. Binrrno! or taxation. " Daring the recent eew'on of ''onsress tuxes have been reduced more har f7noo,fjno. The taxes have been removed on trnrortat'on hv canals and rallwavs, from sales by dealers and nwinfdc'nrer-. The trcomc tax has been retried to -21 ; per cent, on all incomes above fS.bt 0. and it If to expire at the end of two years. The tax on tea has been rec"-aced from 55 to...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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