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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 18 November 1869

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT TUB BOXyii BROWN HAMB, BT PAIT. H. HATJfE. Oh. drearily, how drearily, the sombre eve jomee down AndbkTril7' hW Wcarüy' the eeaward lbreezes mSmt IMM band h "-o dainty, yet FOrioihold hath wom wy ita rosy-tinted I fold It, wife, the nearer. -nd I feel, mr love, 'tis dearer Than all dur things of rartb, As I watc) the pensive gloaming, . And my wild thoughts cease from roaming. Ana hird-like rarl their pillions clone beside our peaceful hearth: Then rest ronr little hand in mine, while twilight dimmers UowitThat little hand, that fervent hand, that hand of bonny brown The hand that holds an honest heart, and rnle.- a lutppy hearth. TT. Oh, merrily, how merrily, onr chiMreu' voir -s rise ! And choerily. how cheerily, their tinv footstep? fall ! But. haad, you must not stir awhile, for there our neurit mr lie?. ia the cradle at your eide, the love li ?t far of all And looks o arrh and airv, So softly pure a fairy ha scarce wem bound to earth j And her dimpled...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 18 November 1869

HUE DEMOCRAT. IPITID AD PCB! InrD BT D. . Van Yalkenburgi.. Thursday, o. 18, l -.'.. M"",l" This in a day set apart by the rulers ; .if tr linl fur civlntr thanks for olir i pnl iih winjni thai rulers are cnunent lv f men to direct us in our de- j . votions and otir morals and it is meet thai we thould irive 1 eed to l UUI I 111" I 1 i mm illia ' Viftf ibiu rlrv le f tnor AtlA jam saw wh Him uu wm i jhwjjvi vuv. i v. . - i . : .u. on u .e.o..:.-.,., Me .......a, WaafcosjV give thank, for ftfftgf 'hing., en the principle that I man rei wWb lie break; hi. arm that it I 1 hbecfc I We should he thankful thai Grant. i has so few family relations. J That there is but OBM great orig! nnaJ !'. 8. Grant. That ConniN is not Secretary of the treasury. That is vcs arc no higher. That what is no lower. That t'.oYernment thieves do not ' f)x more. That our debts are M t larger. That our assett are not smaller. That if ne-roes may vote, so, also, mat man? white men. That we do not have to pay more...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 18 November 1869

TUE DK MOOt AT. ms About Home. Tnt BaatfclB wa3 TJ uuplcaeant l ist T ies lav and NYeAretfclaj. C vm V adj arncd last M - nday. Lenrjen barvet doe- not con-e stunnntil i-eMTiarr. i c , . t t . . - - ,; ;t ilone.-fcor last v. eck und was reuutreu t rnpl,!! ,, rCr a-Iliac in r dollar i r dar for ae! - i j i - - - th t vrvrat:)n ii win., r eure a wg ; . f afl kiab of at ifioocrj and e;ird board e art neej nntnated to pntf j; of ev- ? y varied . MB J he beat Btyu, and at; leji omliir iat. s. ! w t.. a - - . ; "' . ! We eiWed Baoax of the ( rtunibaa.1 Citr JPi a. Bajlxb, la onr reference to J , . that paper last week. We had no m-1 - . , t Btioa oi be;ng vjuiu so sercra & ukm, ; Bnon !. Eacasc us. J. g, Ali.lman, at hisgr .eery st.irc naon hand the best assortment of i -zr ceries. vegetables, butter and eggs. td in fact all varieties of eountrv pra- J. R '. F.v. Jeweler.in Paul s b.iilddnee of an store in the country. Call , tag, baa jut received a barg assort- and bee. Miss ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 18 November 1869

THE EDUCATION OF THE HAND. . People, with a few unfortunate exceptions, h;tve "each two hand. We should nt mention this fact, w eft it not that in the education of youths, only one seems to he generally considered. Children are told to hold their knives in the right hand when cutting their food, and when this jk t essary operation is completed, to lay N down and use their forks while eating, still employing the right hand. The only further instruction they receive in regard to the left hand, is to keep it clean in common with the right hand, and not to get into the habit of thrusting it into their poekeU They are taught that whenever one hand only is require 1, the preference is to be triven to the right. Thus the left h ind is with the large majority of people, a comparatively useless member, employed only to supplement the other in all man ual operations. "Without pausingjto inquire into the origin of this MMdm custom, it is sufficient for our purpose to say that it has no foundat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 25 November 1869

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. BETROTUAL. BY CARL !PBNCER. C) rrR on- hour of -nch an-hanted licht A nvide :i fniriT daytime- in the sky, Wh-n n th- willow hank vre ?nt that niht, My old-time love and I ! A while we talked o low and tenderly, VW felt the listening trees above un lean; And louder f:ir the eilence seemed to me That fell nt last between. n-r heart lay floating on it qnict thought. Like water Bitot on a traniiuil lake ; And Lore within, unknown necausv bcoo"ht. L-y drcamini; half aw ake. Ah, l.ovc i- lichtest sleeper ever known ! A a hi pi :, and he started plain to view : (Id i- th- heavens neem.-d nr -tory grown. While yet the mon wa- new. And vii. 4i she spoke hcrnnswrr se.-med the while Sweet r for we.'tiie of th- 1 il that told, S 1 1 tnr a ivriMi word within a - nil A diamond tinned with IH. T'ii ii UmmmmI for ii- Um lx'rfi ct century-Sower. Then ted tli- rap and overrun Ukj brim ; And nil the star processional, that hour, Chanted a bridal-hymn. Ah, Time, all after-d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 25 November 1869

fllE DEMOCRAT. HDITSO AND NHM BT W E, Van Yalkenburgh. Tltursday, Nov. 'i, 160. M4RII4LL (OIM1 DEMOCRATIC cowEvnov At the meeting of the emcratic Central Committee, on tlu l.'.th instant, it was decided to hold ÜM QoVMtT CfBventinn to select delegates to atuuJ the State Convention. oi Saturday, December I I , 69 at one o'clock r. IL, at the Court House in Plymouth; and it is WW1M nded that the democracy of the respective townships in the county hoM thoir township conventions on the Saturday preceding the day of the county convention, and select their delegates to attend the county convention. It is h pcd that every township will hold a convention and that they will all be fully represented at the county convention. Now i the time to lay the foundation for the next campaign. Let the primary conventions he well attended and good democrats selected to attend the county and State c'm vcntimis. By order of Committee A. C. Thompson, Chmn. M. W. Dowmnr, Sec. It is a noticeable fact that ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 25 November 1869

TllE MBSOCRAT. üewi About Home. lkigiiin.; WM pretty good about town bast Tile -liy.and wad improved bv thoe vIk) were the fortunate nom im h of a hoffte and c utter. A parish loeiabk 61 Thomas Farial this evening at the residenCO of Martin K' o. Tho Ortran Society will meet uext Tuesday afteraoon al sharp 2 o'clock, at the residence of Joseph Wertervelt. TiiK TesaceaerV Institute, now in session at the seUiiiiary buüdiag, ia äetilud success, so tar :ta it lias UfOfclOWad. iS e have Ik on promised a full report of the proceedings fir jaiblcatiou next week. The lecture tb is evening will be bn the subject of MaiAeiaajUc8j hy KM. B. A. CllAW.'X, of Pierceton. Til?: Ministerial Association of Northen Indiana hn been in se-sion at the M. K. Church, in this place the present Week. Afoot twenty BrifiisteTfl WCTC in t( indance. The aeabion i-- raid to have been a very pVasant one. 1'ev. A. GVBHST, of Valparaiso, preached the rfaiw discourse. lat evening. Con;re-s will moot in a few days, a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 25 November 1869

Radical ttoveruiiient. Bad Government and Radical Govern ment ever mean one and the name thing a synonvmi'. Tennessee was a thriving, comparatirely free from debt State, before Radicalism ran away with it; but in three short ye:ir the Radlcall have more than doubled the debt, viz.. : from October 1st, 181 to October 1st, ttH And the property of Tennessee groans under taxation to meet the indebtedness imposed upon them by a 44 reconstructed irovernmeut," sustained by ÜM armed soldiers of the Uniteil States Government. But on this subject hear the Augusta (Ga.) Chronic : " Radicalism illuminates reconstruction by loubhmr State deM& M in Tenne North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Louisiana and Florida. The Radical Governor of Louisiana illustrates his principles by a palace in New Orlen ns, and the sudden reputation of a million aire. The Rlintl Governor of Florida it Ins been demonstrated, is on the way to golden glory. His price for engineering a legislative ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 2 December 1869

MISCELLANEOUS. WATCH WORDS OF LIFE. IIops, While there is a hand to strike ! ihire. White t hero's a young haart brav ! Toil, While thert's a task unwronght! Trust, While there' a God to sare ! Learn, That thera'a a work for each ! Peel. That there' a strength in God t Know, That there' a crown reserved ! Wait. Thonjjh 'neath the cloud and rod ! Lore, When ttn-re" a foe that wronjjs ! Help, WUeu there' a brother' need Watch, han there's a tercptcr near ! Tray. Uoth in thy word and deed ! ChritKan Pi: THE WROX; TICKET. One of the many men who came and went as patients in ward six of our hospital at Washington, -was Bernard Heine, a handsome, s'alwart German, fresh, blonde, brave and merry. He was there three months in all; and being a social fellow, and a favorite of mine, told me all his history, in genera", terms, at first, hut gradually growing more confidential as he knew me better and became more assured f my sympathy. I knew what a wild, adventurous youth he had been in the dea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 2 December 1869

TIE DEMOCRAT. D. . VANVAI.KENBL ROH. I mmMmm TLATr McDonald, JWltor Tkuridir, December ft, IM. MARMI ALL COIVTY DEMOCRATIC; C9ÜTEVTMM. At the ineetinir of the Democratic Central Committee, on the 13th instant, it was decided to hold thi Count? Con ention to aelect delegates to attend the Htate Conrention, on Saturday, Deoembor I I , '69 ai one o'clock P. If., at the Court Ilouse in Plrmouth; and it is recommendod that the democracy of the respective townships in the county hold their township conventions on the Saturday preceding the day of the county convention, and select their delegates to attend the county convention. It 19 hoped that every township will hold a convention and that they will all be fully represented at the county convention. Now is the time to lay the foundation for the next campaign. Lot the primary conventions be well attended and good democrats ?elacted to attsd the sounty and State conventions. By order of Committee. A. C. Thompson, Chmn. M. W. Bowüey, Sec. T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 2 December 1869

THE DEMOCRAT, News About Home. Commissioner's euurt convenes next Monilay. The Pre9nvterhn SoeimMi will meet this afternoon and evening at the resi. dence of 0. E. Toan. Tni winter term of the Chapel school commenced last Monday; Miss Barber teacher. Mrs. Harriet Locke or Brooke formerly well known in this town, died in St. Louis on the 14th nit. TnE proceedings of the Teacher't Institute held at this place last week, were handt-d iu too late for publication this week, bat will appear in full in our next issue. Mori deer and turkeys hare been killed in our county this season than during any one season within the five years last past Last Friday, a number of passenger coaches marked ''Central Pacific R. R. of California" passed over the P. Ft. W. & C. ntPway, homeward bound. Paspengers for the Pacific coat init:ht have taken passage in these cars, and gone through without transfer. THE peace and dignity of the state was outraged at In wood, a few days ago, by two citizens...

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

From the School Fetival. CHOICE OF TRADES. A RECITATION FR LITTLE BOTH BT M . B. SI.ADE. This recitation should be accompani'-il wit.i appropriate action. Thus, thn farmer should mnke the motion- for owinir, reaping, plowine. binding, aud pitching away; the carpenter for planing, hummerino and awirv;; LwS .nann for brick layin and raoothini; ; the tmith for blows on the auvil, and the shoemaker for -e .vin h e-, etc. Fxrtt Boy. Whn I'm a man, a mn, I'll be a farra"r, if I can -anti I con! I ll plow the ground, and the aned I'll sow; I'll reap the irrain. ;inl the cra,-- I'll mow ; I'll bind the hca . and I'll rak' :he hay, Aud pitch it np. on the mow away ! When I'm a man ! Secord Boy. When I'm a man. a man, I'll be a carpenter, if I can -ami I can I'll plane like (hi, and I'll hammer, to! And Chit is ih- way my saw shall go. I'll make bird house, and sled-1, and boats: Aud a ship that shall race every craft that floats! Waeu I'm a man ! Wirt ?"y. When I'm a man. a man, A blacksmith...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 9 December 1869

President'sMessag3. Washington, December 6. The following is the Message of the President of the United States, delivered to Congress at noon to-day : To the Senate and House of Representatives : In coming before you for the first time as Chief Magistrate of thi9 nation, it is with gratitude to the Oiver of All Good for the many benefits we enjoy. We are blessed with peace at home, and are without entangling alliances abroad to forbode trouble. With a territory unsurpassed in fertility, of an area equal to the abundant upport of five hundred millions of people, and abounding in every variety of useful mineral, in ipmntity mAciettt to supply the world for generations ; with luxuriant crops, with a variety of climate a lapted to the production of every species of earth's riches, and suited to the habits, tastes and requirements of every Bring thing, with a population of forty millions of free people, all speaking one languaM ; with facilities for every mortal to acquire an education ;...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 9 December 1869

THE DEMOCRAT. fhwriiliijr, December O, 19G9. HiRiiALL cwxTf nrno CRITIC CMfUTIWI At the meetiuir of the democratic Central Committee, on the 13th instant, it Tfas decided to hoU the County Convention to select delegates to attend the State Convention, on Saturday, December 1 1, '69 at one o'clock P. M., at the Court ITouse in Plymouth; and it is recommended that the democracy of the respective townships in the county hold their township conventions on the Saturday preceding the day of the county convention, and select their delegates to attend the county convention. It is hoped that every township w ill hold a convention and that they will all be fully represented at the county convention. Now is the time to lay the foundation for the next campaign. Let the primary rconv.'ntions he well attended and good democrats selocted to attcd the ounty and State conventions. By order of Committee. A. C. Thompson, Chmn. M. Ha Downey. Sec. Ol It VEn STATE TIC KET. The question of sectional repre...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 9 December 1869

TBE DEMOCRAT. Xews About Home. II. Corbix Esq., has moved his law office into the room formerly occupied v Favlknor a a photograph gallery, where he can be consulted by those desiring his professional services. Read the list of real estate offered for sale by A. C. & A. B. C apron. They offer some first-class property and on very reasonable terms. Parties desiring to purchase should give them a call. Commissioner's court met on Monday and adjourned on Wednesday, after transacting all the business n the ducket. The question of changing the location of the court hoUsc did not disturb the quiet of the session in the least, the commissioners very wisely ignoring the subject. The Pastor troupe gave an exhibition at Balcony hall 'ist Saturday evening, and were greeted with a good house. The entertainment sas very fair, of its kind, and the audience scorned well pleased. The proceedings of the late Teacher's Institute monopolize considerable portion of our space to-day. We free...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 9 December 1869

Reoort of the Comptroller or -the Cur- Acoordme to the report of the Comptroller ot the Currency, nine National Banks have been Wgwrf wl within the year, of which eight are now association, and one a conversion from a State bank, making the total number organized up to October, 1869, sixteen hundred and ninetyfour. The number in active operation is sixteen hundred and twenty. The total amount of notes of all denominations outstandinc on the 30th off September, 169, was $200,7S9,S05.45k The amount of United States bonds held by the Treasurer of the United States to secure the redemption of the circulating notes of National Banks on the 30th dav of September, 160, was :U2.47-,100. Of $17,560 of notes prepared in the usual manner for issue for National Banks which were purloined previous to the annual report of 1367, only $1,400 of the same have been recovered. Of these $4,500 were in fifty and one hundred dollar notes of the National City Bank of Lynn, Massachusetts, and $12,000 in fi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 16 December 1869

YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT. POETBY. O.V THE OTHER SIDE. Wit rr onr ways in life too much alone ; Wo hold ourselves too far from all onr kind ; T i often we are deaf to sigh and moan ; Too often to the weak and helple; blind ; Too often, where distress and want abide, We turn and pass upon the other side. The other side is trodden smooth, and worn Bt footsteps p&nin" idly all the day ; Whvire the bruised ones who faint and mourn Is seldom more than an nntrodden way, Our el!"ub hearts are for oar feet the gaiide ; They lead as all apon the other side. It -hould be our the oil and wine to pour Into the bleeding wounds of stricken ones ; To take the smitten, and the sick and sore. And bear them where the stream of blessing runs; Instead, we look abont, the way is wide, And !Hj we pass by on the other side. Oh. friend and brothers, gliding down theyears, Humility is calling each and all In tender accents, born of grief and tears ! I pray you listeu to the thrilling call ! You can not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 16 December 1869

jll A fV I ATT McW N ILD, - Koiior. Ttittrtiiln j-, DeiriaJir 1, aif,r. The action of COBgrcw, nj t- t li is. ste, lii: leen ofsottniinportajtiatlkajrjutor as to hardly justify a pttbfitalion -f its proceed injr. The message was lul receive J, ami tit ro semis a probability that the tiriffbH) Brill be revised to some extent in ssjslai to rffard a Bilk more protection to naossopeeasta; tint Virginia will he a-lsaittcd if her senator? nil! .w;ir fenity t rsidiculism; thai the hneb qnestiftfl iriJ no! be act upon until late in the SSBBSMMnj ti.nt t 1 t,rrtr: will In mnLartnrl .- iri-,tTrr , . , . , . . . , lose ol raconatrucuon am: be legislated i i ut of the Union until it becointl loVal to the "party of great moral ideas." end hat. as usual, r.11 the contested seats vill be .n.rdcd to tho radicatl members. We shall commence, next week, publishing a synopsis f the action of this i n ercat insr bod v. THF ÄTSW YORK TUl(Ki), Th I r- cent toagosfy ia Now York, resulting in tie fifth of A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 16 December 1869

u I TDK ÖE1I0CRAT. Reus Afcout HOHtf. We rcrft that our "BBBAffoh Itcma' were not received until u abort tiu;e before going le press, fast erepuag. Thoy wiH Bfrpeai oexl .vecK The members of tbe Presbyterian L-Iittrch an.l congregation nre spciflly requested to be present at the mcrr.i; : service next Sabbath. J . l. CtttfP - There "will ho. an clOon of nfteers of ihe MaiÜbafl 6oeJ ArknÄÄtal .vietr. at the court house in PiYmowtb. o: Saturday, Januarv 1, nt 1 oetoek3 r. m. A b v named Robmon met wHb a painful JCÜtnt at Y. J. Adams' foun-l-v, resulting in a broken ana aad otBer injure, lie was gBfkttag a belt on p illt-y, ana pt canprht in the shafting. A very lllfiaa rot surprise paxtj assembled at the residence of .Sheriff How. on ft evenitr.' last week. n the ceeasicn orh; Vir'h.Uy. Tae gathering of h:.i friends inn impromptu, and arai pro.iuetivo of lively pleasure to all present. Koonu k Uoliam advertise PeJreabments for the hunirrv, which they will Hawaii to the naf isfactiv n ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 16 December 1869

REPORT OF THE SECRETARY OF THE TKEASUKY. Secretary Boutwell, in his report, com- I pliments the officers in charge of the vari- J ou bureaus and divisions of the Treasury I department by stating that they have I faithfully performed their duties, and he commends their several reports to the consideration of Congress. The decrease in the cost of collecting revenue has not been attended by any loss of efficiency in the service. On the other hand it is believed that the means for the detection of ?iiiiiLrurlin; are better than ever before, an l th:it the eustom-house service is also constantly improving. Under the pllnlhlf laws certain revenue officers and other persons .inpearing as informers are entitled to shares in fine, pr lttrr, aad toMliiun. The (touvtaif'i experience has convinced him that the evils attending UiM BJSten are greater than the benefits derived tnm it In March last there were employed in the Treasury department at Washington, 2,4S clerks, messengers, and laborers, ...

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