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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 24 November 1870

t Sri POETRY. TT jrzrEIl PA TS It aeer para to fret and rrowl When I'onune teem. our f; Th batter bred will pnh ahead Auii trikf the lracr blow. For luck Is work. And tfio who shirk BassM ti t Imtn their doom, But yield the plar. Ami cli-ar the way Tbit et!er i:iru have room. Ir rev. r says to rreck the health In drucbrfns after irain. And 'r.e i- ! who tlsii-'i- that gold I cheapen bengal aria) pain. An hum Me lot, A tSay cot. flae teaso even krv-. For statinu bis'h. That wealth wil! bur. MSI or ear :e;.taieut hrhttBV U asaer pays! a Mtuu refraia Wall worthy of a onr. W r Bgt Bad J :rh nam learn Mi trarbi. i ha: Bothing para that's vtmu, "i'ne gooa nt.tl pur Alot-e art ure To bring ed succeee, whOe m hat 1-. ri.nt 1 T Heaven-!" fihf. A HOKAL LE8S0J. o I to Wof aav, reibet d . r. " Why doB'1 r hfaen never pay a hen : I a kit - had that s'iop of yottn, A eliill" pitU and agercviM, s ap. csMlea, tape, and button blue. Be ma la it pay, ai:i w hy d at you';" He iiiiMicreii low-v. ' Ti- ...

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. — 24 November 1870

Tie Piysai Democrat. A 2. TOWaBaniHal Zii. riAXT Mcaauu, aeaeaa Thnratlay, .. ..Sot. 24, tsio. ; OPINION OF THE ATTORNEY OKN m l. alts ewaeUc decewe of J wise Egbert, I of this common pleas district, left a va- OMNI different from any which had cv- -r oeeurred in .A lm tbovfito Tham wis nn fWiliilitT of making an appointment in : kwo Democrats to our list, and subtrac time fbff the regalar msom of the court j th" Republican, reduces the in this cou-ty ; and tkeqancioa wheth-j republican majority in the house to 23. er the J cease of tlic jud-v WOld ace- ! Tb Deaiocrata will have in the neigh- vent the filling of the fatancs the same ! boriwod of 110 members to the Repab asis dene in case of ordinary absence, l33- Th' victory in Nevada is no official knowledge of his death hav j Hb gntifyin- inasmuch as it iugbeen received, was the point 0 j kca tho 1acif,e Bectkm the coun' whieh the attornevs of tho court rjif-1 trJ DeaaeTatfo unit. We had al- fared. A judge ; r, frm v.t appoint ad,...

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. — 24 November 1870

ry oods, CJIot hing, V-3 nnil I? T f? f i 'E1 4" ' The post office will be closed to-day j from 10 a. ha. until 2 p BL, lor thanks- g"lvinc- A.. ,1.I,,,WI1,11( a vorv - mm aswaai a wvmmn C I - Ut v onlay. SometbiBg bhould be done for the ! poor. We will take our portion in vegetable?, word and such like. The editorial excursionists have re turned, in the contenq hi'.-m of which fact tiny rejoice greatly. The recent froi'.s have materially benefitted the healthful prospects of the ague suflerora. To-day is Thanksviring. Keligious UPliVii will be held in the Methodist church. When our debtor frhnds bring pro duce to town which tkcy cannot soil for cash, wj buggest that they leave it with us on account. The Ann proposes to enlarge-j hen it gets enough cash paying sub- wh serioers. That's the way with a good rr.ar.v of us The new railroad bridge is abont to Meresa again, in a few divs. Two men and a boy were seen on the work yes I terdar. We have a man in our tov, n who is liable Is inv...

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. — 24 November 1870

DflNMtTANT IMrnoVESflHTri M W :ch Pa jranv1 them .laivHl a-.'i ISSnvt J. li- MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Cxk-atio -RailrrvTl people. A BnWM Ciftfft OMMMh of i'-on. Food for the Imagination. Fnncr Brea.l. Tnr. Fiut Waok on Rkcop.d. The alpha liet. Di:vn Rkckonino An invlertaker's account. A Good Investment. A policy in the Washington LUV. When is :i 1 t of com like corner lot ! When lis gtoaHL bTA;F,uivK.n, look upon rainy days as peculiarly tare weather. AVhat relation does a tenant bear to his landlord? A pa rent al relation WitKN is the moon in a lr.d financial Condition? When IOC la in her last quar ter. TnE preacher's foe at a fashionable wed ding in New York ranges from 00 to $500. TniRTEFN mtlt.ions' worth of piano? and cabinet-organs are annually sold in this country. Soft aoan, in some shape, pleases all; and. generally speaking the more lye you put into it the better. Provide for yoor own household, and do so bf insurine in the Mutual Lite In - . ...... fcurance I oinpany, oi c mc...

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. — 1 December 1870

I it I i POETRY. THE PRATER-SEEKER. BT JOBS WBITT1BB. Xiym the aMa nhera prayer was made A woman, all in black arrayed, loaavaaneal, between t!:a knaallnjj hoat. With rlMins motfoa of a L'h t, I il i.i t!i desk an'! laid thereon A troll which bore ;':- words alone, r ray for BD .' Hc-k rrom the place of worhippin; Sh- irl I like a iruilry thiui:: Tlie rustle of her drnporie?, stirred H hurrying foet. alone wa. heard: W Idle, fall of awe. the preacher read, Al out into the dark he päd: I ray for nt .'" Ito k lo tbe night from whence he came. To iir imagined -rief or harne! ' : die ibraahuM of that door None knew the burden that she hore; l.ue he lef: the written cnoll, T!ie legend of a troubled o:il, Proy tor tn- .' Oilde on. poor L'bf of woe or in ! Tho'i Jear'sl a common need within; ar, like tl ee, mum aaaaateaa weight, oaie tnlwrj inarticulate, Stye eerer si::, some shrouded dread, Snie h uk-chold nrrow aH at. .-aid. 1'my or . .' Fn- BJBl IBB tpa of all tfjMM art, Sel witness to ...

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. — 1 December 1870

e Flyiati Democrat. tu - 2 TAI: aL2E1T32jII, SAH :2:HAL2, fKUtan. r -ursdar, 1 1810. ruEDHONOfti TiitJit travels. We do not propose to aJfiiet our MaaWl with a detailed! ace unt ef our xeursi.in into u the land of cotton," hut shall merely rtfer to such Blatten a? am: under our obtervatiou as are of ganwttra interest. Hur compaiy was made np of nearly h v nty souls mule sad female anal 'arted on the L., X. A. ft 0 ro;id. on . -I'd iv evening, October 31. Of the ire v tnreaJga Indiana little heed be aid in fict there was little about it worts J ef note, except that, indh? ideal ly, we enj- yedthe poorest hotel ikv ni dations, aftei we left Frank McCttr iv's. until we reached the Ohio river, that it has ever fallen to our lot to en dure. We really commenced our trip alter ur arrival el Colunilm-, Ky., from Meh point we "ailed" to Corinth. x! -s. and afterward visited, nmonir the points of interest, Iuka. M ins., Tnsenm bia ami Hnataville, Ma., Cnattano ige, end Nashville, Ttnn., Atlan...

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. — 1 December 1870

THE DEMOCRAT. The people of Elkhart are said to cul tivate the heel more than the head. Young Indian off Valparaiso whimper and giggle bet wem belli inehureh. Business met complain that trade is etagnant. Cemmis.sieneis' Court meets next M und ay. Ilunfin.ton wants ivo len factory, but offers no indupen.ents. The report of the treasurer of the Marshall CVunty Agri'.u'tural society will appear next week. Plymouth needs a good music teacher, and especially one who can teach the juveniles successfully. Rochester has a dramatic association which brings down the house in their rend it: on of u Our American Cousin." Miss L tiiilt. formerly of Yalar.is had been Bent la Syria by the Presbyte rian Board of Foreign Missions. The Elkhart Hjdranlie coiupany have issued $20,000 in bonds, off the denomiuatk ns of 950 and $100 We have received a bushel of cran berries on subscription. AVLo will bring us a bushel of sngaf ? The man who started the story th:it the Paris Green used to kill potato bng...

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. — 1 December 1870

mm Hfl on Democratic rles. Victo- QofRBM Hoffman, of New York, was serenaded a few nichts ago, by the 'Jaek soniaiW ot Alluiuy, tuul ananoBdadai tl I ttuuak you, JackJooiauia, and fellow- . A it.!. ..! I. n O '..I ,M orratie rietorisa that have been won inthis State anl elsewhere. Here at least it was a vietorv of the people over attempted I force; an indorsetnen; bj the people- of a Democratic State '.ministration, and a condemnation ly the naafas of Federal ! mum;inH -vment at V aslniiirton ana 01 Federal interference in New ork. W'h. n 1 eu the Democratic jvirty came into full power in thi- State, at the Wginning of 1S71, lot the first time in nearly a quarter of a ten tUTY, its representatives promised, in its . . a a a 1 I name, to correct trie evn oi me pai ;in-i to trive to the oeoole ati honest udmmis t ration of State affairs. The promise was kent. and twice since the adjournment of the Legislature have the people manifest i i their approval once w hen, by a triumph ant maj...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 8 December 1870

president s mum, T TBE IBM! AND TIOCSE Of R-PBE-IXTATITES: a, year off pes i MMra proeperitv to this ration baa nested tbsce the last ambling of ":;-rtV We haxe. throa-a a kind PrW tj-e, I.een tiered with abundant cin- ald aX? a22f frirt Phcations a.itl war with foreign nations. 1n ,,P raids: comparative harmony Ihm ban mkL t, i- r.. be rcirrette I however, that a 15 i-'e le.-t.-.ei.a:. . e bail ?t ilttoLZ ZTV -.i vera! f ti.e ;at.J aVely !CTnonaI TT' verdict of the people i he " a' an1 th.e The States of Vdr -iuia Mi , ?hZ versed. bee restored to nS& To2iÄ ranne ab : !eorM. t ,e '?ta ? 1,1 our national reeentali.m. mav o .,onl: ?i8 R,,w "iihout rrp- herpla e there A' ' ' - "I"? ' Mr, ard then ".. . .-I- - ' lit i ne ne : tu ot t ic t-.eiv let it hope will be completed the w t I il . I - ... . . Jk.',.' lh ostional oMigatios to j.av the public ' m created M the pri-e of our I tiion. the pen tw to our ui-;i!!cl sohbers Slid sailor, and their en low a-: 1 orphans, and in the chang...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 8 December 1870

Tb rpau :!ftM T iiurittia)' TM1 WA1 NEWS. 'Flu- BCWI IV -in France is to the effect thai i.ravy fighting has been in pfagresa i r -cv ral day.-around Paris. And tho result kas Wea great load of life w ith nt rn:ito Stli'Ci S-;. rcsil: t II! lt in tl aC t Faaaca being driven hem Oriein, and into tke varies al Pari. '1 lie pmspect is thai the cUj mat fall in a few weeks at iataatj InbI Ik war may sod efciee huy claim to have 800,0W aukliera un .er Brans. I OM-Ki S -iON A U Co i r- - M t hsl M i:day and reeeiv tilllii aar nnicti of the ssendssi, v.l. ich vre aobfbii ckewbeie. It ha- M jti trass- acted WO I -u.-iuess ot any ioaportaace, and piobably riH not tiaasaet any of b n üt to the peop'e. A WORD OF BU315ESS. Sometime ago we ann-unced to our patron? that after the fell day of Janu ary. 1871, we slioald dise,r.t!iiue send Hhl our paper lo those who were in sV It to a at that tinu for over one year's tthseripttott. We wish to call the attention of our : friends once inr v t) f'aef. I...

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. — 8 December 1870

- UK IIK.M 'OR to iUc Pair, .m 1 KberaL , . lew DKMBe&ta volumes oi smoke ma N. Y.. at Balcony Hall, Saturday KTOrg, Fouxd. A far nap. Eaqiw of I iig wtm tees inning from the Ihrerj Pec loth when he will deliver a Free, .) 1.. Cleaveland at Cleavoi.ud and belonging to Wm geoDeW on Laporte Hlustrated Lecture, interesting, impor D a1 Ittreet. The flames soon eardoped the I d T ,The. P1? County CuilMBtOnWTH nro in MMOB, A large amount of business h.xs ben transacted. We acfltMOwknixe the receipt of sa in tkati -ii to a fnnej dcso ball a! Vv araaw, n the ereauii j of D centner 30th. Hope 1 ur fir . h may have . good time. We r. d ! c our thank N all who as v'ted ia sari gonr propcrtj ia t righ and 1 9 cciaUy 10C.G Iu k Mr. .artn-r and Dick .;. lor atoiagc room tor A. K. UTana has opened :t dry cr d and grocerj ttofs at Tippccaooeiowa where Le int u . apt !y the people with goodi at fair prices. Oar Gentau fellow-eititCM propose jrivin a bail, at Bakoiij hall, on 3Ion tmy evening:. D...

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. — 8 December 1870

ii iub uii....ei mi: M-iire, M lJlli.;Ui'll t t. ' ' ",nt i,.. tu..v liit rior Department Annual Report The report of Hon. J. D. Cox, Secretary of the Interior, i dated October 31. Upon the nubjert of puMic hnd$. there is a clear statement of tue various classes of Mexi can i;rants now trivinir the Land Office so much trouble. The Talent office is repre sented a i:i excellent condition. On the subject of Indian affairs the Secretary says : "Durina: the BBSS! vcar the Department has habitually MUamd that jwlicy which wa inau pirated by y-'ur direction. The results have proven most conclusively its widom, p.ad shown h it even under cir cumstances of laorc than ordinary irrita tion, a pmeeM Dofley appeals with great power even to the wildest MOTBge. The labors of the un;xii l commission of citi zens who have M co ojeratinx with the Indian Agencies, have been very valuable SSBSftBSJ Um past year, they personally su perintendimj the purchase of Indian goods, a iwdjjiiiifliinjf more than ...

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. — 15 December 1870

POETRY. TUE WHOLE STOAT BY II. L. BOSTWR'K. Oh, yes 111 tell yon the story. The very word- that were MM. Yuu. -et; t!e -up-ier wi cooking. jxun i wa -urinir some nresia. An! Richard came into the pa::try. Hi face wa excceaiugly red. And he opened hi- half-lint rtiiu'ers. And -ave tue a glimpse of a ruig ; And then oh, yes, I remember, Tho k.-rtle heran to iuir. And Fanny came in with her baby. The cunninest bnuch of a tinny. And Um Mscntta were out in a miunte, Well, what came next? Let me see O.i '. F.iany was there with her baby, And we ail -at dowu to tea; And glMMna looked over her blasse SS i leer at BBafeavJ and me! B'U it Ml till afer milkiu- Bfeat he -aid what he had to sav. Iluw wa- it Oh: Fanny had t ikea The bahy aud gone awav -Trie fauaiest rogue of a fillow - LI 3 had a new tooth that day. We were ItHdlM anBSf the plura tree. And Kkiiar-j -aid somethiu.' low. Bat I wm Bred ami flustered, Aud trembled, i ataeoet know ; For old Red i- the harde-t of milker?. And Ijfiudie ...

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. — 15 December 1870

Tis Ihnüi . hmi 3. . TAi? VAI.7i;3r2:-H. Y Im riu , I Dec.is. tN70. I FOREIGN JLSB DOMES i'K' 1TEÄS. We huvo no war news of impor ance to lay before our readers this week Ti . j . i Ine tituation does not change very rap - J r idly. Paris still IkIJs out, and the Prussians have not yet commenced its bombardment, whether tor t ho reason that thev cannot do HjeliectivelT. or for . , , otW M' we on,-v 8Urm,sc The amount of food in the city will prul blv deterciinc the length of the seige. The French armv of the Loire is en the retreat, but where to. and bj whom pursued, we are unable to state j ith sufficient clearness to convey any ; idea to our own mind. lu .hort, ex- ceptto give the result of great buttles and the names of towns .. ... occupied by f I the PriKüi'i nJ im? innni rrenarolif L-.o tr.. - ' I cannot attempt to keep our readers very eJ -Q the n;echauim of a republican Weil posted on the great struggle. government. The question of a war. with Kussiaon Democrats and all othe...

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. — 15 December 1870

I THE DEMOCRAT Don't nail to read Col. Puc's last effu ioa. It's good and to the puiut. The old cod who burrowed our saw buck it hereby notified. Now bring it ri-ht back. Our report of the dedication ceremo nies at Hourbon on Tuesday last. WW foeomd t- lute for publication this week, but wiil appear in our next. E. S. aTael is mom atrent for the Hoaa Insurance Co., of N. Y. All know the character of this company and Mr. Fish is a SSOSl competent and obliging agent. Fire insurance agents are dr.vins: :i lively I usine-s just at present. "Its an ill wind thut blewi no good" It ic hoped Sheriff Ihirris will have txo in re applicants for board just at present. His pleasant and comuiodiou. 1008888 are filled to their utmost capacity. The present "cold snap" is decidedly inconvenient for those nice yuung men wh . have spent the last eight month tu the sunny ndc of onj streets. We wish to iarfaran the M outside bar barians " that we have cold weather aaJ snow regular winter in Plym outh, j...

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. — 15 December 1870

lirant as a Meddler. Tuts far, when President Graut hm at tempted to meddle with Congressional af fairs, or with the management f the lie puolican party, or tt employ hU offlcu in any way outaide of duties w hich an not strictly executive iu tluir character, he lias been Oadly beaten. He had no business to interfere with the controversy between Kenton and Wood ford in New York. Woodford MM ceeded in convention, to be ignoruiniously hasten at the polls. Mont while, Um Pmtoaüesof the State, among whom M the editor in chief of the hading Uepublican newspa per in the United states, do intend that Graut shall be made to sutler for sticking his fingers in a pie w hich belonged to other parties. There could not be found in the country a half -doen journalists of the HepuUlican party, connected with respectable news papers, w ho did not denounce the interfer ence by (Jrant with the Missouri election as loutish ami w rong. The Candidates lor Goe;nor were both Kepublicans, and both ieclaied t...

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. — 22 December 1870

m i s POETRY. THE YTSIT OF SANTA CLAUS. BT C. C. OORK. Tw v the nluhr before Chrltmas, w cn all thron -h the hOBBS Ni't a T:. Türe WM filling, not even a inon; The etocklntM were SMBS by tlie chimney with rare. In hone- t iiaT St N i hoUM oon WOaM he there; The rhiMren were BeaCleS all fiiiivr in Mieir bl Wiiile virions f engar-phHM ilai. ei! through theii head-; An! mamma in her 'keri-hief. anil f in my cap. it id jlliit mrttll our l.Tuiii? for a loii,; wiiuer"-nap- When out on ihe lawn there aroce r,ch a clatter, I -pran' front my bed to nee w hat wm the mutter: Away to the window I flew like a tlash. Tore open the shutters and threw up the MMhi The moon, on the hn-ast of the new-fallen snow, Byw Um 1 ist re of mid-day to objects InMnw; When, what To my wondering eyes -ionld appear H it a miniature &!ei,'h and eLlit tiny reindeer, W'oh a little old driver. M lively ud Mick, I k.iew In a inomeit it must le Sr. Nk . More rapid than eagles Mi conrseni ttier came. And he whittled,...

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. — 22 December 1870

lil r 7 Vv-T I The Plpä fad, 5. r. TATjLLH3tflCH, - H . mm . , - - X -v.' , I Der.', IS70. .Iii. ALABAMA CLAIMS. 1 he mis.-km to England has been oae at" iajuuenae BMfNXtance since the ditieul- I to ip rl cm ues arose between the two eoverumenta relative t the Alabama claims .struct iun f his geverwsneufc, a corres pondent ef a radical BCWSpapeX makes the feBoiriag statemesita; General Sehenek will, soon after his arrival in Ewghutd, rcsosne the aegotia tioua ii'iw suspended, and they wiVi be earrieu lorward in h firm and fVienuly aaamaer, awd it is tbowgbt that the Eng lish govaraanent will meet the queation is a i'. .-.ilk and fair spirit The temper . . the lirltish people is thought to be fa r rabk at this time for the .-ueee-s ot the undertaking. The following are believed to be the points up n which the negotiations i!i be made: The United States, as a basis of settlement, will require lir.-t. that England shah pay the owners lor -hips and property dentroyed by the Alabama, wit...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 22 December 1870

::- sr.:-.',: . .y " THE DEMO CR s he ,1 pü u ftke noet Sc rder iyatem Plymouth office , . ' , Since the ID nicy ord, IUI? !-U'-'U .VU viuvii. , - iW I . ... l.-u lv .t .,. Our neighbor ol the I(epMtcan en t vies us the imfllffltff f r BM We are Ban king ui the printing business. In onse'iencc of the dociih of J MM laigin tke aale f his property, kernte. fbke udvcrtL-ed, WlD not take place. rTlinttfk BOV has a fir-t-ekiss ika tintr rink For full particulars inquire of Bertha Brows, at the post office book store. John Falaamr has arrange! a neat and MVorioat oSiee in front room of the fur nitur: sr.rp. where he bin readiness to receive all who are in search of furni ture. There b, WO learn, to be p. Chris. ma- Tree, fbf the little ones of St. Thomas' (Epiaeopnl) drarefc, the religious scr- vices c leneeted with it, to commence S: t- i ndat ereninc ar 7 o'clock. The State Shttim ; says that Mr Me-Caa-hey. Sheriff of Mar,hal! CoVAty, was in Indtanapolii last week. We advise MeOangkey t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat. — 22 December 1870

t. I II cap inir Coals of Fire. We all know th.it revenue H a bad pas sion: a coarst- ami cruel instinct which has the baleful power of intensifying every Other evil pfCfwmaity, asd by the sitle of vrhiah MtWMnh tin- ioret, palest link virtue neflH able live and rear its liea l. In nnle time;, and whenever socie ty is in it ch.i ti:-comlition, and law hut an iiup T -nt iff ktilf, murder i the usualev n mJ 'ii of revenue. Anions ourselves, with an SfSBSSf of blood not often Veep (gal his post, asd a social polity 1' aa fierce, if also more t'tlse, we employ si tader. We put private hindrances in the way of a num's ircitinir a pood thing; S lm .tk off a pvoAaMe marriaire by secret insinuations; we unearth all the skeleton bi '. ispisg to the en. my and his family and put then up for public inpeetion in the market place; we betray the secrets iu trusied to us in the we tkness of a fond moment ; we hint at this and we insinuate tint, sometimes we make a Judder and m re com ret e accusat...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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