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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 October 1870

POETBY. WÄlINQ TUB AN AXSWXR. How wretched is tbe being, matrimonially in dined, Who ctarmtT wattes a year or eo in making np ht r ra nd. Of all our morial miseries, no doubt the most intense Is pasjine one's existence, like a spider, in sus penso. I've puffured half the agonies to which our flesh Is atir ; And tooth-ache and sciatica seem phastly things to near; Bat irr t among the tortures that man can undergo i- wuen a iaay aewta;es to answer lea or no. At lest a dozen moron ago my mirtyrdom began, Aai ye. I binsb to own It 1 am still a eiiieie man. The fault a flrtt was all my own, for wees bad followed week, Dei re 1 plucked my courage np enUclently to fpsak. Bat whn I breathed my teniiments, I brea hed ibem in a tone To fierce a hear;, of grardte or of any other etone; Though all the con-o;ation U.at the lady cou.d best -w, Wasj'i-t the ort of answer that you can't call Yes or No. A moron I waited snxltat'ly a plain rop'y to get ; Bat no she'd hud so l.tt:e timu for thiuking o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 October 1870

Km The Plpitl Besot Thoridar Oct. SO, ISTO. THE ELECTION Complete Overthrow of Kadi-ralim--Xi?K '" nnd AH in Indiana. ENTIRE DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET ELFCTED BY A MAJORITY OF ABOUT 2,500. A Cain of one Member cf Congress, and Possibly Two. A Cain f Three Conjrreeamen In Ohio, and Five In Peijrlvni. The elections la-t treel resulted innre favorably to the Democracy than was at first anticipated. We Y ' j redeemed Indiana from the meshes Ä aboiti nisnt, nd have placed her in the Democratic pyramid, supported by a majority of 2.500. We have a majority of one in the plate mate, and six in the house; have re-elected our Democratic congressmen from this state, and gained tne eighth district, and probably the f- urth. This result is peculiarly gratifying to the Democracy at this time, it being the first nml election since the fraudule?it adaption of the so-cailed Fifteenth amendment. Grant had nearly .0,000 Mftj rity in this state two years airn, and i ilia radicals admit that they have at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 October 1870

ote and tatet were at BAcjuiUl last niu'ht. We keep a tall iine of stationery, and can priut any kind ot job on short notice. Patrick Shauhnt-'ssy, of Chicago, is under arest. ch- tgti with chokiug the Wife of h;s bosom to death. Dr Leech has removed ftoui Walnut, in this C' nnty, to Dutilapsville. Union county. Sorry to Use o gcod a citizen. A goodly number of our BfaMMUfl citiCI13 attended the dedication of MmH" hall, at Hochester, yesterday. The Stark county teachers' inatitut will be held at Knox, beginning on Oct. 31. under the ausp e-js of J. E. hort. The Phonic Advocate is. ieroted to reform in spelling, is a good book for teachers, and is published by S. L. Marrow, Indianapolis. The members of the organ society of St. Thomas' church will meet at the res idence ot Dr. Jacoby, on l riday, Octo- , ber 21, at two o'clock, p. to. It is not our fault that the list of preBiiums awarded nt the late oounty fair 1 de not appear this week. We wt-re .1 mnmM the eopj. but have ?oen it no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 October 1870

W- 1 The Tariff Increased Millions of Dollars. The Bureau o' Statistics has published a statt ment in wlich it shows the increase on certain article. in the tariff to have been, by the acL of July last, $444,074.29, as iollows : Am't increased as coikcted id vm Flax, from f 15 per ton to f20 Flax tow, from f 1 to f 10 8aiin hemp, from f 15 to $'J5 J ate batt-. from $6 to $10 Bottles a'tb liquors, from 2 cts. to acts. casta Wools on the ekin. same as other wools, a verv larsre increase Wat lies. ar.d part s t f, from 20 to -i" per ct. Nickel, frr.m 15 per ct. to U c:. per pound, (enormous increase.) O.l, lineeed and fiiXceed, lam S3 c:s. per pal. to 30 tt CHI, !-ea from 1 per ct. to 20 per ct Oli ofc .tton seed, from 2d per ct. to 30 cts. D.T eillon... 3 W7 r. -. 4'.,lld 11S.C83 k.;ii Mi 119,1M Linseed or ft .xsted, from 16 to 20 per ct. per bushel . llair cloth for seating, from 30 per ct. to lOctr. per square yerd. SilkbuuoE? nlw ornament, frcni 40 per ct o 50 cr , and more. Cotton...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 October 1870

POETRY. YOITHS' DEPARTMENT MY t' AMI LI Alt. BT JOHN O. A.K. Art ain I hear that creaking step! H riiii,- at the duur! T' well 1 know the hoding eonud That i.shers iu a bore 1 do uot tremble wheu I meet The stoutest of my foe?-. But heaven defend iiie from the frieud Who come but never goe. lie drops into my easy chair, And aks ahout the newi; He peel m, mY manuscript. And irivec hin candid Tiews; He tell ine where h I like- the line. And where he forced to grieve; He take rite MlMfMl littrtie But never take hi? leave! He read niv daily paper through Before I'm- Ten a word: He scans the lyric tthat 1 rote), And think ft quite ahsurd; lie calmly mktt my Iat ciar. And coolly a.-k for more; He opens everything he eet Except the entry door! He talks ahout his fragile health, And tells me of the pain He Miffer- from a score of ills. t which he ne'er complains; And how he struggled ouee with death To keep the fiend at hay; On theme like tlto away he ijoert but never gase awav. He tells me...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 October 1870

The Pipit. DemocraL KeSOVAU, j E11 Tlinriday, Oct. , 1810. Tttv Party ol" Idea. j erecting batteries of seige guns near Wendell Phillips, who has gi"en the ; enouirh to commence an effective bonilUyhlifM party its ideas, aajl the In- baidment of the city. diannpolis Sentinel, now arraigns that political organization as a party without MM or principles, ' living on the memories of the past.'' That is just ; cupieJ the town until a day or two ago, tUnmt what the (.'hieigo Tribun'- said j when he managed to n;ake his escape of the Radical canvats in Indiana. The i He savs that cTen in the vicinity of speakers uiade their issues epon the I Versailles the Prussians are constantly men,' ries of the pa?t.'" passing by the I annoyed by the Franes-Tireurs, WDO living present a something with wliiih ' keeep up an . tive guerrilla firing from the Radical lenders had nothing to do. ambuscadw. and are duly killing nuiiiThe MJOfk tlnujght differently and lei) , bars of the enemy, the ancient Mari...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 October 1870

r Work on thi new railroad bridge progrebes slowly. Rainy we ither interferes With the j CoOTt huuse builders. K. J. Thoaspaoa, the hardware man. hai sold out. Reeve k Work. irrocera. have dissol red partnership, and divided assets Luk out for Haw lev's bo-t and shoe talis in a Urn days. Our merchant.-, except those who advertise liberally, arc couiplaining of dull timet. Sheriff lluw retires from office on the I9;h prox. David h is Mffed his COUlitT well and faithfuilr. Bits. Ann Cook, formerly Armstrong. died st her Maden few miles veil u: Plvuuth, last Tuesday. The public schools will be closed du- j ring toe session of the teachers" institute, November 7th t 1-th. After the lt of January, next, we wiii not send The Dkxoceat to any subscriber who i.-i more than one year in arrears. I ye mind that ! 1 he sidewalks are becoming an unTaitigated nuisanee, unless their design H to aggravate fcol travelers. They eh ..i d be repaired or torn away. Go to Brown's new depot for dailies. WW...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 October 1870

.VT H1N; A TARTAR. A TRADITION iF IWIflM Whether Um foikmiag tmlitin save rise to the well kn- vn tvinir of " Catching a Tartar." I am not pn iuvl to say; but it is wry likely, for t li - circunwtances tit Um pofWM pkraM aptly. Charles the Twelfth of Sweden, urnameil, on aeeount of his warlike propen itir. lv his admirers, the " Lion of the North, ""and by his jfcittllPM, with etpial iustit e. p rhaps, the " Madman ot the North," aeidentally eneunt. red. at the chateau (iortz, a fomtg UUtlll from the hanks of the Yoka I n4f of Baron Gort So powerful the impression sh- at I MM. i made DDOn the hitherto iWMnnglllWP heart of the hero, so completely was he j sM-lllMund in her charms, that he seemed to losv all reeolleetion of other math-rs. even of the disastrou battle of Pultowa. The name of tili enchantress the Princess Ikla for L.- was a princes, her mother, the lsiron's sister, havimr married the Hetinan of tin- Tartars. Being left an orphan at an early age she had taken up her n si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 November 1870

T i POETKY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT I I WAXTED-A WIFE. Face intellectual, Cohn? ai'rt tow, All the accessories tr'.ctly ktM mu, S7es bere I bemale - Kaflier like blue, Blai k not an anslSlhl, llat ! M NM do. Som f the i;rv i;n tvpe Not to -I't-in proud," Bom litr'.e latitude Tlu-n-et allowed. Figure iliat'r r-qiieeaalMS, I'himj), hut not tat. Steer !?;ir of sorairirine-'s. Couldn't stau! that. Quirt ;ii!l lady-like. DlWM with ta-te, Ankle dfapla-able, Neat little "waist. Bpaen of home SMtkts, Her element qaMc ; i rn-t. lull Itllj , Vsmnted Hsat. I 'OMMi ao'innpli-liLiieuts. 5'.;r in a M . ") Thoe of a u-, ful kind Greatly ;rel..Tred. Littl hi', musical, Ah'.e to 4m. .i .riuu. GabrlH. That -on of i liiiiir . Lady of t-h a SUSnU Wantinir a bean, "Strictly iu contideme, Kiidws where to go. Here Mtoart the aswm and inUreM in full, i I. S. -Aoj.Iiiant pt llllllll , Htto with tin--Ceteris parihtiri. Latter would win. MISCELLANEOUS. A VliKOiY ESCAPE. What a perfect model da young man thai one m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 November 1870

Äi Rjanlk DauBiL 3. s. raj TAinaffasai, i MÄ Tlim-..liv. Mot. 3, 1H70. The Edifiiorial Excursion. Abont six months aeo, the editorial n ?eiation of northern Indi ma proposed m 1- s am tee a mm i.-.n m rtlm . t nno ill Hi Mart- m oi norinern mo una r.ronoseu to hp indicui eraaaaeeaa """J w rection in which railroad men eouLl he rrevailed M to furnish free passes Mr. i BaaL aaaior editor of the South liend KiyvfT, mafftwntcd chairmm .,f the ummmu of arrangewems, with full power to arrange tnetonte ana an otner i rcliaiinariei. The roota agreed apt n was s MBlh t n Lowiaville, Xashrille, Mcmnhis ami Atlanta, with anch side diversions S3 mi:lit be attractive to the c pany. flmetlee ia fwfwvaented on the f x - . T T.l 1-11!. - . 1 I cur-i. n oy if. i. an . aiatnuiirj? auu j , y ,,. . u r y. and the Repmbfieou bj ayerandiady. As the train a.-ted eon MenAty hast, bearn the exenr- j lad Th hereon Nond-ty last, Dcarmp: tne exenr- i kwibU from the east of thiato Wana- j Iah, H was noticeable ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 November 1870

ra . a a iiiik'a4'k i II Mh IMiJIWV IIA I The attention of all interested in i n at! n il matten is directed t the etil . m..m ! IV. . m. A 9 !r.4!..4rv - I . lwiil I VI W eat leUfl in this market ar 51 Ua. : a u-acunia lusuuuc. hi uv - i th's place, beginning next Monday. The p ?t office book store has a new 'flic benefit- nenrmnglo teachers frees CLaiHINC, ic. gn. The prayers of the people up for ksnkkand ore monej Pork-steak retails :it OM shilling per Smniill. ! If '- market. The first frost of 1m season fell here on mat Hmrsdaj night. an attendance on these institute- :irc rerj ereilt, and hoold be participated in hr all who expect to teach. Ample ; aeermmouatioas, at reasonable rates, i i , . i i .a. ' mav he ootaiuea ov uiosu ucsinug i" attend. Attention is called to the advertisement el Iwa. IBia is, Mrsooori and Kansas hvncL 1-r sah in to-uaja paper. Messrs. Whitmore & Paul are well The Combat II u.a rav .TE r3t 3Ö0C 'iJMO 0 AT LECTED 15V THi; UNANIMOUS i Ti H O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 November 1870

.Free Missouri KcgfetratiMi SeaBes in Clay ami fit mm CtBB tic The following eloquent ami touching illustration of the tyranny of Radicalism taken from th.- Libvrtv i Mo.) 77-j ft It spe-iks volumes ami in a nm-t rtlectivc style : A venerable man. bowed down with years of M-n ne and laBBBl COBatsTBtBCe, and Raenes, hail h wUtmed by aire, approaeh a Um Hoard of Rertntioa, and asks to Im' rv gistered a a voter in his eke j lioti preeinet The inquisition bagfaM: What i- ur nanu- f My nam.' is Andrew Means. How fid are yon ! Eighty rean of aaa ooajiag the IN day of next March. How knag have v u lived in Clav r iinty ! Xe:itlv fifty years. 1 bjm to this county amonif the first who settled here, and have helped to make it what you see it now is. I presume I BRi dates of this county before eitler of vou was ho rn. N here wilt you bonif In Hatidolph County, North Carolina. Are you willing, Mr. Means, lo take ;tnd ahacfMK th 'oath of loyalty."' I am. The -oath of loyalty'" i- duly taken ami ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 November 1870

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT TMS WAV OF TUE WORLD. Wm moruiuj tou t;rt u tlie journey of life. With jroor heart full atf laSSS ami vour pocket Of .jil. " Wieit'V .:.r 'ni witU -'lushine ami happlaass rife. Ton think yon run never sjrow weary ami old. T. path Has before tin- a-reiit i bet slight, Asai the i-oft riiip'y turt with frrli dew droph pearled; When Tour -jiirii- ar bright and vyur footstep ' l" a very nice way is the way of the world. Wliaa same mie I !y t'riwuils. you ftriu'- Jjayly abnAnd r 'i re,tvi iVr tue othjr ren garland of bay s ; Wbi'e you liebten th joaraarj with laughter and I' will he riin!)iue. you thiuk. to the end uf MM dav s. II teriK"- Ii" path rrowa a tili It aatene. What prospect! of liis are before you unfurled ; WitUs I M -lorui r-liil imni-ud. vre you're left lv our friends, I a rr SSSOQtl w i tbu way of lbs w orld. 1'. :t!l. W'i;- the t!lipfl '"i-r:kOo volt at lat. wiwn cluuil a ltd darkna: UK proiett Cüful'i. '!in ivi wr'!eiii Tuiu will Oie force of ih...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 November 1870

fc m I lBrr D. 5. ..v- .. jU Z, ' ;. hast I an, ,,,. ric R'-pihlhaa" w. 5sirfcliS'il C'-MUefjr ii 1 1 . i licit snruwiHi in ftm M-ii-ufi ) ' . .... '.. K ... . . i n i.ii C -iinty RtpMrM, Lfer the reaa u thai ir ; ! L ?i .u" 1 . 1 . t Wi!iLniWii v i 1. itv ; Bfatenwmf e-f bnl litt aeeonnt : )". wbew it attacks and Anders nbe people ni Marshall eonnty with a n cnW ly wuoiiv UTMusünab.e. v. conitr that 1' ".II .a. laeei tliiin a pain! ): :'! I ! ;i sheet will not be considered ou of place b? t how who read the article it ub- i bf I bene .vhi rn . shed I w. '-v. The extract which that h.,t makes Froan tin' contb Bend n.'-u. no ex-j 1 t m 1 1 , cuse I'Ttho tirade ol slander, abuse am , . . iletaaoatiuu '.11 whu-Ii ii inuul'es. The 1 i-i 1 ; , rlur which the Lhh attempted to 1 . . ';' 1 , n: ' ."I oi.tre hi ri-ao-nv:1. v. - t e"iu ;.) Cii r.ii if in cur Miinutinii i.i.-t-it -iiitl -ii . - . . - . i , ' ... " mdiee whatever: r.nt the RowMiwn ... . cladlv availcl it-,11 I tue .ceo-;.n ta ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 November 1870

twiggy a w BU81NE38 LOJALS. rl'215 I ? 1 ( 1 1 a ' The manner in which our business men are awakening to the necessity cf I , , , , ,-, . , . .J. I. Wolford oilers his farm for I rthe i ;t few davs the weather aavcrtiMiijj; liberally is truly gratifying , . , 1 i . Nik 01 wry easy terms, ami ;i low price, ha bee nadavonbie for outdoor pur- t as, not only pecuniarily, hut as an it j. witöin ose mile and a half ui to v, gmtm. j indication that th y intend to conduct and is deairable location for such as " . . their business in such a way that it will a s nail farm convenient to the The tor season Approaches, judjrinjr -t ' .. , ... Ic advantaireous F?r the ne pie to trade from the appearance of the p s: office ' 1 Wgg'giBgggB!! with tlienl. idverti era inv riablv BECK KB k BAILEY, nt the stand m kc the bcM shnn p :!.!.' f,.r them- , , , , . it... . cent ly occupied by L. Logan, desire selves, and we honest Is dcIictc that . , . ,, , , t have it known unto all the people I i n.v .... ....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 November 1870

il. aawaaB -."nv. LuRF' a Weal Virginia ilOM the recent afllkllTe dispensation! which hav.- visited Ike Radical party, thenis none- f such curious atfrniUCaOOi aud 'nrrvinf: such a refrebbing moral with it :i Ike election ia West Virginia The history ol the liiiaaaliiiii i' that Stale fas nllit ientlv t imiliar to all. an I there an term tnu-lligeni persons bow, no lift ft hat their party aflDfajtiona oany ha, who will aot lactone the verdict of MiaacauTa eminent state-Miian, Edward Bates, lie was. at the tfawe, Attorney QiMfll of the l'iiiu.1 States, and in hi- capacity an Cou atitntionaj adriner of the President, and legal cownaellof t the inrernf nl, pposed the virtual ad of secession which tHvhjkxl Virginia sind erected a sejKtrate imn nw. altli on Iii- ide of the Allechanjes. He lil not h -itate to pronounce it "an original, Independent ad of revotulion.1 and an amount of sophistica räumen!. orotitfnde re--uro frin Iii irli Quarters, was able to secure hJa sanction t what he be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 November 1870

POETRY. THE " AQER." Once apon an vacln? blery, Wbfta I -at me drp uniug dn-arj, ! rha oan-hine, ttnaJUUa o'er 1 li 12a r at j,;i--ed i 1 days of yore; Wuile 1 nodded, nearly slepini, Ueu'. y came la something tree pins, Craping upward from lUe door. k' IH a cooling breeze," I muttered, " Krom rS.e regions 'ueatli the floor; Ouly this, and notliiu more.'''' AK' distinctly I remember It W4 m that er September, Whe.i the earth and every member Ol creation tha: I bore," Ilad for wtek and months been soaking li the meanest, mo-t provoking t u .')' raia that, wiihoat jokiue, '.'e had ever seen betöre. So I kue.v it tuii-t te very CUM MMl damp heueath tae floorVery cold ueueatu the floor. S 1 at me. nearly napping n the siinshtiie, streichln.'. Auil a feel: i ' a lite dcliMd With the hrtezc irn 'neath the fl or Till 1 Ml me -ro riag c-m-Ilt, A. id the s.rr.c d.iu' v 4xinr tx.lder. And ni)ei!'uow fee i: ' older, Uaier tli.wi 1 felt bf ire. l"e-:ia' t.iat mi joiuts were CiTer Tttava '.hey w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 November 1870

m Maas r.i Tis fiyrtl Itarat. HMSS hhSttttU, - Thursday, Sov. 17, 1S70. ELB TION RETT UNS. The recent elections have resulted very JuvoraWy to the einocracy. Everywhere the people have girea evidence of returning reason, an I have deumnded, in the most um juivocal manner, that there thai he a reform in tie administration of the "ernmeut. The growing discontent at the mismanage meat of the Republican party is maniiesteJ ! a greater degree in the ranks of that party than anywhere else. The re-.cnt campaign was noted tot the troubles which it brought to the administration party. The restivenen if the people under the high tariffs, high taxes, and protection to monopolies, which, as their poWef increases, more efiteiuar.Il v- override the rights and privilege! f the people, created such scr'n us uinsenfions in th:j party, and added so much strength to their opposMsate, that in overwhelming defeat has aim-st t vcryvrherc overtaken the party of grent moral ideas. Tho latest returns from t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 November 1870

TBE DEMOCRAT m i m x i d SS splendid fish of- ... . r nek on "ur streets yesterday. ' , a South Plymouth MM un- , rr int- m kl break her toe few days f haps ImI Tuesday evening, was m f traded, BBa proved to be a source fht ftnihcrj laken? were falling ; . fi aj i ur midnight work we posted ea Tuesday. w Inmbernacn cosnplain that their u decidedly dull, with prices m th decline. A pessoa having twelve horse mti , ..-me t" lease, en find a custo I' mer 1 ' applying at this offiee. he walls ot our new court house - guing steadily up. and begiu to asL'.u- .-like proportions. " g. S. Lavey, formerly of this tDwn, r. eenlljf of Kausa? City put in an i. t cm uur streets yesterday. f , !. O. K. M will give a Ye at ? r! lu l?.ourbon,on thanksgiving vr . 254 A good time may safely "i r aBkie'i'JMi'uMUrfcaeFs academy is enclosed. ..." f the rouis about finished, ia which sefcoul will he held until the . . is ccuij-l -ted. TW : .r:n who deliberately sjuirts a l iddlv af IgBscro juice on the fl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 November 1870

Eureka ! The Chicago Time thus announces the discovery of one of Grant's relatives who has teceived no office umkr the government : This exceptional fadUUual in the great and MMMH Gr in' family, lives in Chicago. Of aes fcaninhrai, t blood royal being the second dghUrf of one of Grant's brothers e titled to emoluments by all the cu-toms inaugurated under the present Administration, to which must be added a' 1 the dictates of gallantry, this lady ha still h.M-n nco-i.-rti'd and now earn- her daily bread bv her own labor, unrepresented in the civil li-t, unrcconied bv the dictator's familv. and even denied the fame of which she is pi-tly deserving, as me onlv connection by blood or marriage of ! the Radical partyi riiiahhinl who ha-not, never has had. and does not expect to have, the "ood pickin-rs i f Iia.lical offieeholdimr. if is possible that mn do Grant an injustice iu boldly asserting that there i one . . . . . . 1 11 in I ot Ins relatives w no noes noi noiu oucc under him, and ...

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