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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 February 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BV J. W. SIDERS 8c CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES. ID lymouto epublican Business CSrJs, 5 Viae, , per yearv Special rst; givcn.to nipiiar adverOft rs Legal Advertiaetneuts as regelated by law. Home and transicot advertising sasss known Ott application. Church and society announcements, marriage and death notice, f r.e. Local notice, in body type, 10 cent per line, Int inscrtioo; aeconl insertion S c8t. Job rrintlng on the roort favorabfe terms; Jrrici: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Sts. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae eopr on rear, in advance. S3. 00 On eopr elx months. In advance $1. oo One opy three mouths, in advance,. .. 50. VOLUME 2:5. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1870. NUMBER 11, R me BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. OOm la Peat Oflea Block. Dwelling oa East Side South Michigan Streut, PLYMOUTH. IXDIAXA. " Or. J M- JENNINGS. T3HT8ICIA.S AND 8ÜKOE0N. office with "l)r M. HUorman over Lauer s Store, on Qch...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 February 1879

The ReDublican. J. V. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, February 27th, 1S79. Washington' birthday was observ ed in the usual manner in the prinei pal eitles of the United States. The anti-Chicese bill as amended by the Senate passed the House Sat urday and only awaits the signature of the President to become a law. It id thought, however, that he will cot sign it. Henry ß. Boydon, at one time edi tor of the Cincinnati Gazette, became managing editor of the Cincinnati Times last Monday, and Charles P. Taft, son of Judge Taft, wa: taadv) president of the Times publishing company. England has restricted the live cat tle trade between her ports and the United States, and now millions of pounds of beef are finding a way across the waters. The "Hinglish xaaa" wants the bef and the Yankees will see that he gets It. Senator Vest, of Missouri, says that "the negro has do raoro lijrut to vote than an orang outang." It is need less to remark that Senator Vest was a rebel in the hour cf his couutry'a n...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 February 1879

1 The Republican. TnuRsrAY, Febüuarv 27U-UJ 1S79. Wrat'i LiTer Pills cure In Jisestion. CIT2" AND COUXTT. Good reading on every page cf this paper. Mr?. Wm Leonard ia still on the sick list. Get your neighbor to subscribe for the Republican. . rWhen Bourbon boys go a spark Injj.they sometimes lose their hats. - A number of Marshall eounty cit izens left Tuesday morning for Neb la&ka. If you want to. rent a dwelling house 'apply at Backer and Wolfd store, Ttev. A. Minn will lecture to - the deaf mutes at Michigan City, March 7ih. Business Is looking up in E--. Snyder's court; tvro bastardy cases from Iawood thla week. Too story, "Helen Gray," was written for tho Republican by one who came to thla county in childhood. Charle-t F, Chaney wou! J like to be City Marshal, and we hare no doubt but that be would make a good one. Oa our first rago will be found an . article on tea," which it Will pay every one who drinks the beverage to read. The business on the "Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne &...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 February 1879

The Republican. The Reaftissance. Hon many young folk or old folk either for that matter when they meet with the word Ren aissance in their reading know ex actly what it mean?? Tkey hare a vague idea, probabl j, that it refers to something "artistic," or "old time-y ; perhaps even the pretty head-dress of Anne Boleyn. or Michael AngeloV battered Tae rises dimly before them; or perhaps some queer high Lacked piece of furniture; but that I beut all they really know about it. la it cot so! The Renaissance Is a term gen erally applied to the period of time embraced in the latter part of the fifteenth century, and the first quar ter of the sixteenth; or, to be quite definite, from the fall of the Greek or JJjzantine empire in U53 to the sack ing of Rome in 1527. But it may. -with propriety, be mad to apply to the time extending from tl e begin ning of the fourteenth century to the middle of the sixteenth. The word ""Renaissance" means a new birth. Another form of the word, "Renas cence,"...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 March 1879

The Republican. FUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jrrics: Cor. Michigan & Laportc Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear, in adv&nco f 2. 00 Ob eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 On copy three months, in advance,. .. 0. ADVERTISING RATES. ID lymout he LDiican Basinets ranis, s line, fa, ptf year. 1 Ppvclsl rlM givento pwnlar adrerUaers. Legal Adrrrtisemerli as reflated by law. Home aud rrantnt advertising made known od application. Chnreh and aock-ly trnouneemente, atarriaf and death notices, fr e. Local notiere, in body type, 10 reuta pec line, trat Insertion; second iaairtion 8 centr. Jot Printing on the moet ft. rotable term. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH G, 1S79. NUMBER 12. .Repi BUSirJESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON- OflUe ia Font Offlce Block. Dwelling oa Eeat Sid Sooth Mkhigsa street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J- M- JENNINGS. 2)HTSICIN AND 8CRGE0N. office with Dr. N. Bhorman over Lauer s Store, on iehi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 March 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editou. Thursday, March 6th, 1S79. Cheap whisky; cheap tobacco and the prohibition of Chinese emigra tion, Kill probably constitute the principal planks in the Democratic platform of 1SS0. The robbing of passengers and maila in stage coaches still goes on in open daylight, and within the limits of the towns and cities of Ti-xas. with Doue to molest cr make tl robbers afraid. Charles W. Acgell. the defaulting Secretary of the Fullman palace car company, who was arrested in Europe a shoit time since, reached Chicago Wednesday. Ills case was called up iothe criminal court Thursday, he pleaded guilty, and was senteooed to ten year's imprisonment, and left the next Jay, in charge of the Sheriff for his home In the peniuctlary at Joliet. The President ha3 vetoed the bill restricting Chinese emigration. We regnrd this as really a rictory for the laboring man. If the Chinamen vio lates the laws of thi3 country, punish them as other men are punished, but let us ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 March 1879

rr-f t i i ine KeouDiican. Thursday, March 6th, 1S79. CITr AND COUNT!, ' - -Miss Casele Lopp, baa returned to the city. . . Henry Stapleferd. of Ft. Wayne, was in the city this weck. Rev. J. C. Stevens and wife, of South Bend," are visiting fi lends ia this city. Spring has come; "gentle Annie" Is what the bright sunshine seemed ,to say yesterday. If you desire any style of visiting card, be sure and read the advertise ment of the Crown Card Co. "What's in a Dame?' A great deal,'ifitU printed by the Crown Card Co. Read advertisement. 25 Superfine Gilt-edge cards 10 cents, 23,Bevel-ed2e,30cents. Crown Card Co. Read advertisement. That youag man from from Fort Wayne wilt probably come again when he wants to take ladies out on a hand aled. E. J. E ibinson, of Tjner City, one of the beat fellows in the world, called OQ os Tuesday and set the figures ahead. - Dick Shakes expects to do a big buiu38 while Circuit Court lasts. He evidently believes tLat lawyers are good customers. H. V. Hee...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 6 March 1879

The Republican. Temperance Ifstal Day Son? BT JEROMK MCRRAY. air: uJiedt White and Blue." When Kara sprend his wide demolition, And threatened our land to deform ; "When the proudest and liest of the Nation bowed tbeir heads to tha pitiless storm ; Three emblems of Temperance were civen. Each, a pledge to the w to lie true, E ch emblem was simply a ribbon. Their colors were Hcd, White and Blue. CIIORCS. Then hurrah for the Reil.White and Blue, Three cheerafor the Hd,White and ltlue The emblems of Temperance ami Freedom, The glorious Red, White and Blue. As the red gild the dawn of the morning. And ushers the comiuy of licht ; So the Reynold's men herald the wnrninir. Leave the mm fiend "and dure to dn rigfd." The White being purity's own t utbleiu. Belongs to onr women so true; Thfir ribbon, by right, should lw llended. The boast of the Red and the Blue. The Murphy men chore ir their emblem The colors of Heaven' liright dome ; Bringing cheer to the In art of the lallen, And happines...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 March 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. JrrrcE: Cor. Michigan Laporte Sts. TERM8 OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear, in advance t2. 00 One copr six months, in advance $1. 00 0e öopy throo months. In advance,. .. so. ADVERTISING RATES, icao Business ears. B f.De, G, per year, i KjMtlul rat. irt tiio re cnlar advertiser. l4-gal Advert iscincuts as regulated by lasr; Home and traosieut advertising made known on apjtliiatiwn. Ctinrch and ocW-fy ennonceojnents, marriage' and death not ices. fr. c. l.oral Doticp, in tw; type, 10 ccfita per Hue, Bratf insertion; secoucl insertion 5 ceuts, ioh TriiitiiiR on the most favorable terms. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1S79. NUMBER 13. Plymouth JC 3 U;- 13 li BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON 03m in Post Office Block. Dwelling oh East Sule South Mukir-in trevt, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. ' Or. J- M- JENNINCS. iHYMCIAJi AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. fchorman over Lauer 8 Stor...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 March 1879

a : - A J The Republican. J. V. SIDERS, Editou. Thursday, March 13th, 1S79. The Democrats of the Indiana Leg islature who forced an t stru session eo uselessly will fin J at the test elec tion if not sooner, that they have an unprofitable load to carry. The pen pie are not in such a frame of mind jast now that they will keep men iu office simply to pay them for doicg worse than nothing. The Democrats ia Congress have declared their intention to repeal 11 laws looking to a f ir flection, and to stop all appropriations und supplies lor the government until the repeal ing enactments are signed by the PresIJent. The Republicans have 1 accepted the issue, and it 13 believed that the President and R-publican members of Congress will Maud to gether and fight it cut eu that liar, if it takes till 1SS1. The Democrats have furred nn ex tra session of Congress by rfu-ing to Tote for tho appropriations to carry on the government The Democrats of the Indiana Legislature have com pelled the Gover...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 March 1879

CI TT SEÜG STORNI The Republican. Thursday, Maucii 13th, 1S79. CIT2' AXZ) COUXT2. Our P.iyco Fersonal column is crowed out. The Teraplo of Honor makes successful strides. The Good Templar membership numbers over 100, . Yellow river b.33 been booming since last S.itunlay, but it is now sub iding blowlj, The Argos Christian Church whs sruck by lightniug, Mjnday night, and slightly damaged. Adam Yincedge ii at the Ross Ilouse ami the traveling publio will tied it a first class hotel. "Marriage will be the subject of tho Kev. J. J. Faude's discourse ntxt Sunday evening. March 1G. Two flglits in town last Saturday. One at Rudowsky's saloon, and the other at tho Haslanger Ilouse. The meetings at the M.E. Church closed last Sunday evening. The number of accession is large. Twenty-four tramps got off of a Union Line car. on the P., Fr. W. & C. R lilway, In this city, Monday. It is rumored that ladies who wear their bonnets on thtir heads will not be cut of fashion this spring. Rev. J. B...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 13 March 1879

The Republican. Let It Pas-. Be not swift to take offence; Let it pa.s! Aistr ,o I-tt it p:tte! F.rood not darkly oVr a wronjr Wiiicti will li!i!x'ir ere lou-; llatlHT i;g thin cheery aou,J It it v! Let it p is' Strife corrolethe"inrt"rain J; Let it re! As the nnreifardel wind. Let it pa! Any vuhrarsonls tht lire May condemn without reprieve Tia the noble who torsive; I. t it pa.i! Let it pass! Echo not an anirrT'wwnl; Let it pas! Think Low oiuu you have crrwl; Let it pa! Sine oar jove mum jism away. Like the dewdrops on the epra.v, Yucn.tore shoa tl oar sorrows star? Let it pass! Li t it pa! f or goo.1 you've taken ill 11 it pas! lh! be kind and peotlo still; Let it paM! Time at last nukes 11 thiivp straight; l et na not resent, but wait. .And oar trinmpli ha!l e rrat; Let it pa.-! Lit it pa! Eid yonr an sit to depart, I et it pat! Lay the himit-ly worth to haart. "It it paw!" Follow wot the pvtdy throes: IV-ttcr to be wn.owl than wrong; Th rv-fore sir' the cbterMI sons I ft il pur...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 March 1879

ADVERTISING KATES. Eiiainc tan'e. 5 tue, f r year. PlKt-ial rat-- g veu.to rf ijKjar ndverü.r. Legal Advertisement as regulated by Jaw. Home ttikl tmusieut advertifeiug made known o application. Clinrch aud society anuou-acencnta, marriage, and death notices, f r. c Lota! notices, In body tjc, 10 cents per line, firfc !iu?ct1ul; eecomi iusertiou 8 ceutp, Joh Triiitiiig oi the Bi favorable torai.. Jrrict: Cor. Michigan Si Laportc Sts. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j One copy ono rear. In advance $2. 00 j ae copy six months, la advance f 1. 00 Ose copy three months, in advance,. .. SO. ! VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 20, 1S79. NUMBER 14. The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY f. W. S1DERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. RepubücäiL outh V II mm m m BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTOM, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON; Offiaa in Pott Offlee Rlock. Dwelling oh East Side South Michigan Street, X LY M TJrni. I XI) I ANA. Dr. J- M JENNIMC5, T)HYSICIYN AND SÜKGEOX. oflk-e with X Dr. N. Shorman over L...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 March 1879

The Republican. J. V. S1DERS, Editor. Thursday, March 20th, 1S79. The Democratic Congressional cau cus nominated Randall for speaker on the first ballot. There are now in the United Btates Senate nineteen ex Confeder ate officers, and but four ex-Federal officers. Randall, of Pennsylvania, was elect ed Speaker on the organization of Congress, Tuesday, by fire timprity. His election is considered a victory for the Tilden wing of the Democratic party. The rapidity with which Greenback members of Congress deserted the ranks last week, would have excited surprise. Lad they belonged to any other party. "We suppose that even Ben Butler and DrLaMatyr are not now certain that they ever belonged tu that organiza'ion. Dr. Woodwortb, sursran-general of the United States Mar'ne Ilospital Service, died in Washington, Friday. He was an eminent man in the medi cal profession, but died so poor that a collection was taken up among the headi of bureaus at the Treasury De partment to pay the funeral e...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 March 1879

The Republican. Thursday, March 20th, 1S79. CIT2' AXD COUNT!. The cool weather continues. reter Hank i dangerously ill. Holy Communion at St. Thomas' Church next Sunday morning. Kleopfer has a new advertise ment which it will pay to read. Service will be held in the Trea bjterian Church every evening of ghia week, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. John Ilenry, who went through John S. Bend r'd house some months since, was given three years in the penitentiary, this week. The Hasklns incest case, from Polk township, was before the Circuit Court yesterday. It wjj not decided when we went to press. ILHumrichouser'a spacious dwel ling now approaching completion, will be one of the moat mngtiÜcent frame buildings in the State. Mrs. McOeary, wife of Michael McGeary, residing in the west part of town, died, Monday, of consumption. Her death at this time was unexpect ed. - : We will take a few good loads of wood on subscription, if brought in sooo, as we have arrangements for .a, a disposing or t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 20 March 1879

The Republican. How a Boy n?came a Commander. There lived in a S.otcli Tillage a little boy, Jamio by naait, who pet his heart oa being a sailor. MOther 1 ved hhn very dearly, and the thought of giving him up gilt red her exceedingly ; but she finally con sented. As th toy left home, she said to hlra, "Wherever you are. Ja ale, whether on sea or land, never Tor get to acknowledge your Cod. Fro mis me that you will kneel down, 4Yry night and morning, and say your prayers, no matter whether the sailors laugh at you or not" 'Mother, I promise you I will," said Jamie; and soon was oa a ship bound for India. They had a good captain, aud as some cf the sailors were religious men, no one laughed at the boy when ie kneeled down to rray. But oa the return voyage, soma of r tho sailors having run away, their places were supplied by others, one if whom proved to be a very bar fel low. When. ha saw little J.uuie kneel fng down to say his prayers, ho went j up to him, giving him a sound box on j...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 March 1879

The Republican. ADVERTISING RATES, r ID 1 i. ! O lvmou PUELISHED THURSDAYS BY pULOl Eue'ncM rart. 5 i:e, ti, tu t yef. Special rat given'to rira'iir ad verfinr.- Lt-S1 AWrrtisinetifs M refiiliited by law.- nome aud trin?:eaf i.ivi'rtiaiDj made knotm otf application. CTiarch iJ rorMy ajnoatcemeiity, marriage' ftit doKtl liOt iv. it c. Loch? notirp. In 1xx!y type, 10 centa per liae, firaf Icxfrtion; fccoüi inw rt'on Bcout Job Triutius: on" the rafflt fatofaSle tcroi" J. W. SIDERS 6c CO.,j ! Plymouth, Ind. 1 Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laports Sr.. ' THUMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, j Oae cor-y one rear, ia advance T2. 00 I One eo;y Fix monMis. in adraiice II. oo ; One eopy throe months, ia advance,. .. 50. ! VOLUME 2:.. PLYMOUTH, INDTAiSTA, THURSDAY, MAKCH 27, 1S70. NUMBER 15. iL vvVyJl ILO BUSiriESS DIRECTORY. T. A. OORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflie in Pot Offlre Illxk. Dwelling on Ea.t Side South Michigan Matt, PLVMOUTlIj IND I AXA. Or. J. hi- JENNINGS. TjHTSrciAN AND SUKGEOX. office with X...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 March 1879

The Republican. J. V. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, Mahch 27th, 1S70. Paul Boycton, the man that is try ing to float from Pittsburgh to Njw 'Orleans, was nearly drowned at Louisville, Thursday, by being sucked "ander a steamer. General Ben Harrison, Colonel "Will Holloway and Hon. John Overmeyer have been constituted the executive -committee of tho Republican state central committee. It is reported from Indianapolis that the Legislative. . investigating committee finds that Aitomey-Geii-erals Denny and Buskirk, have swin dled the State out of $75 000. "We have fully n ade up our mind that one or the Seven Wenders which are told will teccde the end cf tho world will be the adjournment of YreseDt session of th Lepislature. H. B. "Wiight. the d. mugoguo from Pennsylvania, who was elected as a Democrat, but went into the Green back caucus because by so doing he could get a few complimentary votes Tor speaker, deserted the Greenback- ns Friday, and went into the Demo cratic caucus ngaln. A b...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 March 1879

The .Republican. Thursday, March 27th, 1S79. CIT2" AXD COUXT1. . Copies of the Ketclicas for sale at this cfliee. Almost everybody waLtcJ to seo the Strasburg clock. Six inches of snow fell Thuisday, Lut disappeared Friday. City taxes will become delinquent the third Monday in April. It will only cost 25 cents to hear the Cbioaruan Saturday night. The roadaare muddier than they hare beea before, this staling, The Bourbon Mirror has been enlarged to a seven column q'iarto. Senator Eeeve ha? introduced a till providing for a c-jmaiistion of five lawyers to codify the laws of the State. Geo. Ii. Mdvicstry and family left IhU week for Kingman county lv3., where they expect to reside in the future. The prospect for a large wheat crop was never better in Northern Indiana at this scasoa of the year, than now. An exchange states that a tray full of quick lime, placed in damp doset, rooms or safes where it is 1 dreaded, will prevent it. The boss pump can be seen in Chat. -3 Palmer's furnitur...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 27 March 1879

The Republican. . iieal ional Col inn u. 3. T. LAXGESBAFGH. NECESSITY OF MENTAL CVJ.TÜKE. j "We can not discipline the mind too j much. However careful we m y be of the body to adorn it and nuard it from disease tvo nhoulJ always l? sure to keep the mental abend of tbo J physical training. A weak mind in u noble body, ia a pitiable ight. It ia not possible to over estimate the beneOcial effect of mental education. The moral and mental powers are so intimately connected that the one cannot be influenced, or cultivated, without the equal influence heing in serted upon both of them, and as we -cannot bind thought, cr drive it, we nro required only to lead the mind if the pupil, and airect the outgoing of thoughts already there. It i almost impossible to dam up the living, run- j ning stream, but its course rmy be j changed, it may be iU nt d and en- larged, and be made of great vlue ; to tbe country through which it flow.4. j Thoughts aro the moral and mental ; galvanism of tbo uniwree...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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