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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 25 June 1851

f i ' - - - - y 3 r i' J o f!M.I Ill 1III1JI ,. aMMIHU,.UWfl i "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOIi." Ja.-jkso:;. A Family IVewspapcr: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, June 25, 1851, Volume 1, '.."..("iS 7T7I PLYMO TB n I .4 ; f t -'1 " - t 4 n ' 1 I J i t4 ' '' J n ! . 5 J 1 j I ft JEommunfcatfon. For M Plymouth niot. education No. 3. Mk. Editor: In my former article, the general advantages of education were briefly adverted to. In the present article, I propose to bring up several things which lend to retard the prosperity of education among us. As our school system now exists, the public fund is sufficient generally, to satisfy a considerable part of the teachers claim. That of fund, a permanent fund, should be raised sufficient to satisfy the teachers claim entirely. I have' no doubt. Then all children, whether ric...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 25 June 1851

THE PILOT. -l'LYJIOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, June 25, 18 51. DEJIOCUATIC NOMINATION FOR CONGRESS, IN THE 9 til DISTRICT: GRAHAM N. FITCH, Of Cass County. Democratic Convention. Democrats remember on next Saturday the 23th inst., the Convention comprising Marshall and Starke Counties, will meet for the purpose of nominating candidates for the ofiicesof Representative and County Commissioner. Every democrat in thi3 district is requested to be present, vh03s circumstances will permit. We hope to see every Township represented to meet in friendship, act in harmony, and select men as candidates who will meet with the approbation of the people, and such a ticket as they will support at the polls. CCJ To-day is the appointed time for the Anti-Slavery Convention, to be holden at the Court-House in this place, for the purpose of nominating a candidate (in this the 9th District,) for Congress, and to transact such other busines3 as may be deemed necessary. COThe new Postage Law goes into opera...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 25 June 1851

Telegraph ic news. Louisville, June 18. The city council have passed an ordinance making a subscription of 200. 000 to the JefiVrsonville and Columbus Railroad, and Si. 000. 000 in. the Louisville and Nashville Railroad. -They also appropriated 81,000 for the Nashville read. "Wash., June 18, 7 P. M. A Tumor is current here, that Sec-'y Corwin will shortly resign, and that M. T. Gentry, of Tenn., is to be his successor. The deaths in this city during the past month were 71. St. Louis, June 13, 3 P. M. There were 50 deaths by cholera, in this city, during the week; many persons are leaving. Cincinnati, June 19, 3 P. M. Th? city to day passed an ordinance establishing a quiriutine below the city. Every boat arriving from X. 0., has a large number of cases of cholera and ship fever. The hospitals are full, but there are wry few cas-s among the citizens. The voti:.g on the new Constitution passed ufl quietly. Hartford, June 18. The House resumed its balloting for Senator this P. M. The f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 25 June 1851

For the Plymouth Pilot. D HE A.TIS. 'lit sleep we are no longer oar owi Masters, but at the mercy of our dreams'Reason then retires into her private cell vrhere nature resti." dream, dream of days gone by. Of days I once so happily passed. And build yet still a brighter hope. But oh! it fades, it does not last. J dream of friends, cue dearest friend, "Who faded, died, has long been dead. How solemn tranquil was his mind. When on and on, to death was led. When sleep, dream and hope, And fancy my bewildered brain Dissolves my grief, and reinstates. The pleasures of his life again: But now I've waked, my dream is o'er. My joys have fied like riches given. My loved one's gone, I'll weep no more For he abides and dwells in heaven. Miss J cd. Signor Blitz. The "Yankee Blade" tells the following good story, showing how Blitz once was nonplussed. The occurrence took place at a town in Connecticut. The Signor contrary to his usual costorn, had consented to stop at this town on his route thro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 2 July 1851

THE PLYMOUTH PILOT THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR-Jacksox. A Family Xcwspnpcr: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. . Volume 1. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, July 2, 1851. Number 24, THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, 3Iarshall County Indiana. 7f paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) $1,50. If paid within six months, ... $2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - S'i.SO. JTThe above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. OTowa subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. ITNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advcriisin?. Advertisements will be conspicuously inserted in trie 'Plymouth Pilot at the fallowing prices, viz: For 1 squa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 2 July 1851

THE PILOT. PIIMIOI7T1I, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, July 2, 1851. DE?IOCIt ATIC IYOJyI I .VITIOAS. . . FOR CONGRESS, - CRAnni x. Fircn, roa raosrcuiirro attorney M..C. DOUGHERTYCounty Democratic Ticket. TOR REPRESENTATIVE WILLIAM M. PATTERSON, roa COCNTT commissioneb MERRILL WILLIAMS. C5"The Democratic Convention pursuant to notice, met at the Court-house in Plymouth on Saturday June 29th 1851, for the purpose of nominating candidates for Representative and County Commissioner. The Convention, it is said, was the largest one that ever was known in Plymouth, and peace and harmony prevailed, throughout the convention. W. M. Patterson was nominated for Repre- J sentative, and Merrill Williams for county Commissioner. For further particulars see proceedings in another column. Fouhth or Jely Ball. There will be a ball civen on Fridav. Julv 4lh. at O.II. P. Bailey's, seven miles West of Plymir . . - - onth, on the Laporte road. We think that things will be got up right, and that all those who may...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 2 July 1851

The Bible. A Father's Advice to his Sou. "Search the Script res." Christ. "I am of the opinion that the Bible j m ' b goetiie. contains more true sublimity, more ex- j The time draws nigh, dear John, that quisite beauty, more pure morality, more j I must go the way from which none reimportant history, and finer strains of turn. I cannot take thee with me, and poetry and eloquence, than can be col-j leave thee in a world where good counsel lected from all other books in whatever is not superabundant. No one is born ae or language they maybe written." wise. Time and experience teach us to Sir Wm. Jones. separate the grain from the chalf. I huve "I will hazard the assertion, that no seen more of the world than thou. It U man ever did, or will become traly elo ! not all gold, dear son, that glitters.. I fluent, withouibiing a constant reader j have seen many a star from heaven fall, of the Bible, and an admirer of the purity ! and sublimity of its language." Fisher Ames. 'The Bible is a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 2 July 1851

POETS' CORNER. CIIILDIIOOP. Childhood, sweet and sunny childhood, With its careless, thoughtless air, Like the verdant tangling wild wood, Wants the training hand of care. See it spring up all around us, Glad to know and quick to learn, Asking questions which con'bund us. Teaching lessons in heir tutn. "Who loves not its joyou revel. Leaping lightly on the lawn, Up the knoll, along the level, Free and grace ulas the .awn. Let it revel; itisna'ure, Giving to the little dears, Strength o.1 limb and health ul features' For the toil of coming year. He who checks a chill with terror. Stops its play and stills its song, Not alone commits an error, Cut a great an I moral wronf. Gite it play and never fear it, Active li:e is no defect: Never, never break i.s spirit Curb it only to direct. "Woull you dam the flowing river, Thinking it wouli cease to Aot? Onward it must goorever Belter teach it where to go. Chillhool is a fountain growing, Trace its channel in the sand, And its current, overf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 9 July 1851

1 THE PLYf PILO nn "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR."-Jackson. A Family Newspaper: levoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. if. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, July 9, 185L Number 25. Volume 1. 4 't : MOUTH r-v i --i '" i ' .1 1 1 '4! :-'t i y V h i i '. 1 ' 4 4" V ll THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published tYery. Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. if paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) - - - - - - gl, 50. If paid within six months, - - - '.2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - S2,50. 0The above terms will be strictly adhered ' to positively. ICrTown subscribers, who have their paper leftby the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. C"No paper will be discontinued until all "arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising. Advertisement...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 9 July 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDXESD1Y, Julj 9, 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, GRAHAM N. FITCH, FOR PROSECUTING ATTORNEY M. C. DOUGHERTY- .- County Democratic Ticket. FOR REPRESENTATIVE "WILLIAM M. PATTERSON, TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER MERRILL WILLIAMS. CGH We are sorry to see so many young men wandering about our town with no useful object in view. Cannot a room and library be furnished at small expense, to direct their attention to the Arts and Sciences, and make them valuable citizens? We motion the step be immediately taken to form a "Young Men's Library Association." Accident. A melancholy accident occurred at Rochester, la., on the 4th. A Mr. Terry, while in the act of loading a cannon, had both of his hands blown off, by a tender-fingered knight of the touch-hole. We hope no one will med die with field pieces but those who can stand fire. We deeply sympathize with the sufferer, for we beliere him to be a man and a patriot. (CP Our fair contributor "Jinogan," will l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 9 July 1851

WHIG TICKET.. KOR'REPRESESTATITE THOMAS SUMNER, TOR COUNTY COMMISSIONER SAMUEL D. TAB ER. MHHMMMim PLYMOUTH ' PILOT OFFICE. Wednesday July 9, 1831. Apples Green, .7-5, Dry, 31,50, Putter, per lb. 8, Beeswax, per lb 20, Brooms, per doz. $1,50 Beans, per bushel, 75 Bacon Hams, 7 Shoulders, 6 Sides, 6 Cranberries, 51,50 Corn Meal, 25 Corn, 22 a 25 Candles, per lb 15 Cheese, " 10 Chickens doz. $1,00 j.c-g?, per öozClour barrel,v4,50 iiuiiu. itu Flaxseed, 8 1 ,00 it A? 1 naj tame, c,uu j Wild, 3,00 Lard, per lb lb 6 I OatS, per bush. 25 : Peaches-ury,S2,00 Potatoes Irish, 25 Tallow, per lb. 10 "Wheat, per bus. 55 Wood, cord, a 1,00 TELEG RAPHIC NEWS ARRIVAL OF THE BALTIC. New Yoek, July 5. The steamship Baltic, from Liverpool, arrived this P. M. at 5i o'clock. She left Liverpool at 41 o'clock, P. M. on the 26th of June. She made the trip in 9 days. Her best day's run was 430 miles. She brings 94 passengers. LIVERPOOL MARKET. Corn Market no speculation. Flour has further advanced at la2J,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 9 July 1851

POETS' CORNER. A Pretty tittle .Haiden. A pretty little maiden had a pretty little dream. And a pretty little -w edding was its pretty little theme; A pretty little bachelor to in her favcr tried, And aske J her how she'd like to be his pretty bride. With some pretty little blushes, and a pretty little sigh, And some pretty little glances from her pretty little eye, With a pretty little face behind her pretty little fan, BLe smiled on trie proposals of this pretty little man. Some pretty little "loves," and some pretty little 'dears." Borne pretty little smiles, and some pretty little tearif, Some pretty little present, and a pretty little kis?, Were the pretty little preludes to some pretty little bliss. This pretty little lady and her pretty little spark Mel the pretty little parson and his pretty little clerk; A pretty little wedding-ring united them for life, A pretty little husband had a pretty little wife. HUMOROUS. The New Fire Extinguisher. We gave a year or two ago, in extr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 16 July 1851

v iiifVitWiMii ;TrTiiii fntMt i ffn r 1 "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jackson. A Family Newspaper: tevbtcd tö Politics; Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and nouiestic IVewSi Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, July 16, 1851, Number 26, Volume 1, LOT 3 . 5 .1 -:- j I : i f! i - - i i i? If 1 1 - Ii THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. published every Wednesday, by JOHN U. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. HCL ICJX It paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) - - - - - - $1,50. If paid within six months, - - - $2,00. If delayed after thit time, - - - $'2,50. 0The above terms will be strictly adhered to potititely. irjTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, wilt be charged Fifiy cents in addition to the subscription price. (ÖNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advertising. ASvertisemen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 16 July 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, Jnlj 16, 1851. DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS, GRAHAM N. FITCH, TOR PKOSECUTlSO ATTORJf EY M. C. DOUGHERTYCounty Democratic Ticket. FOB REPRESEKTATI VE WILLIAM M. PATTERSON, TOR COUJfTT COMMISSIONER RANSON BARBER. ' - CO Those of our subscribers who are indebted to us -will p!ease call and renew their acquaintance. Our locker is empty and breakers ahead! The Democrats must have a pilot to conduct them in triumph through the whig ranks the next Presidential campaign, and when we warn them of danger, we are sure they will come to the rescue. CO"" The delay of the Pilot this week was occasioned by the non-amval of paper, owing to high waters, from the late rains. We have a large supply on the way, and when it arrives, our patrocs may depend upon having their paper issued regularly and at the proper time. CCT" The present number of the Pilot is printed on very inferior paper. Our patrons must indulge us for awhile, until we can get a supply...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 16 July 1851

t . Indian Intelligence The Lipan Indians recently met Gen. Harney near Fort Martin Scott, and agreecl to surrender the captives in theh possession, ani in compliance, they surrendered thirteen Mexicans, who had been en or near Llano. The expedition set on foot by Gen. Harney against the Indians on the Llano; the remainder of the command under Maj. Merrill, 2d Dragoons followed'. The Camanches surrendered to Col. Hardee the son of Mr. Hart, stolen from Befugio in March last. The boy was brought into San Antonio by Bvt. Caplian Steele, who went to the Camanche camp on the San Saba for him. In the short time during which the buy had been araon; the" Indians, he seems to have contracted ' sme attachment for their habits and mode of life, and manifested quite an indflernce about returning to his friends. He said the. Indians who first took him treated htm badly, but those with worn he then was treated him well. Col. Hardee has proceeded with his comm. ind towards the forks of the Brazos...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 16 July 1851

POETS' CORNER. 'Bnrjr Mc iu the Garden, mother.' T CAKRIE COLTOJI. - 'Bury me in the garden, mother!' Said a dying little child, As tic sun fell through the curtain With a Learning soft and mild; And she turned her blue eye upward As in accents low she said. While her mother sat beside her, Watching at her dying ted: Bury me in the garden. Mother, Where the flowers so sweetly bloom. Fori do not like the graveyard; With its chill and solemn gloom; It is always cold and dreary, When I go among the graves, Do not bury me, dear Mother, Where tLe graveyard willow vaves. Eury ice in the garden, Mother, Where the flowers shall o'er n.e bloom, Let the rosebush that planted Stand above my early tomb; Male my grave down in the garden, W here you walked so oft with me. And I'll be more happy. Mother, In my grave near you to be. To yon love me now, dear Mother? "Will you keep me by your side? Bury me in the garden, Mother! Where those violets love to hide; And her voice grew faint and fainter. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 23 July 1851

PLYf "hri rm PILOT THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksos. A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics. Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, July 23, 1851. Number 27. Volume L THE THE IYMOUTH PILOT. Is publhkd every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. ist? sc. iwn. ass 5 if paid in advance, (or within two months -after ubscribing,) ------ $1,50. If paid within six months, - - - $2,00, If delayed after that time, - - - $'2,50. K7The above terms will be strictly adhered to positively. jnrTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents 'in addition to the subscription priee. T7"No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Trrms of Advertising. Advertisem-iMs will le conspicuously inserted in trie 'Plymouth Pilot,' at Li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 23 July 1851

THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. DELHOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. FOR CONGRESS. GRAHAM N. FITCH, FOR PROSECUTING ATTOB5EY M. C. DOUGHERTYCounty Democratic Ticket. TOR RFPBESENTATIVE WILLIAM M. PATTERSON, FOR COCXTY COMMISSIONER DAVID VANVACTER. CO" We are authoiizcd to announce Mr. Ranson Barber, as a candidate for ic-election, for County Commissioner. CCZ In the last week's Pilot Mr. Ranson Barber authorized us to announce his name as a candidate for County Commissioner; and in doing so hi3 name was put in the regular Democratic ticket, from the fact that Merrill Williams (he being the nominee,) declined being a candidate. We this week announce Mr. Barber as an independent candidate, for re-election. The Democratic County Central Committee have authorized us to announce Mr. David VanvacUr as the regular Democratic candidate for that office. CCT Our readers will see that Fitch and Colfax speak in this place on the 30th of this month. We hope there will be i full attendance of the Democracy on ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 23 July 1851

BURNING OF THE CINCINNATI MUSEUM. About one o'clock yesterday morning the Apollo Buildings, at tl:s corner of Fifth and Walnut streets, Letter known as the Cincinnati Museum, vras discovered to be ou fire. The watchmen gave the alarm, but before the firemen could aTrive on the ground the upper stories were enveloped in flames, and in one hour the whole building was in ruins. "When we arrived at the scene of conflagration the flames were fast bursting from the windows of the -1th story. The roof was one broad sheet of flame. The glorious old flag which was tattered and torn at the battle of Chopultepec was still wav ing from the southern balcony, some intrepid fireman rushed through the flames and bore it off in triumph. The Museum, with its scene propertirs; its great amount of valuable wax statuary, and its '600,000 curiosities,' were totally destroyed. T le flames speedily cemmunica ted to the second story destroying the uaguerrean gallery of Mr. E. C. Hawkin. His property, includ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Pilot — 23 July 1851

xtsn From Saxtain'a Magazine. GREETING TO AMERICA. BT F. BXEMEfc. O, land or promise, fair and free. Earth's opeuing morning glory, Columbia, hail! Fame tells of thee A short, but wondrous story. From Vasa's land to Washington', The way is far, but freedom's songs From land to land, o'er rolling sea. Ring with true heroes' glory. ree thy peaceful dwellings rise O'er boundless territories; J hear thy children good and wise. Proclaim thy future glories, That "blessed are the rich in peace. The merciful!" they will increase. So says the prophet they will rise To rule earth's territories. In gold and silver rich thou art, Thy crops are great and growing; But richer still I know thy heart, Its treasures overflowing. To the oppressed thou callest, Come! To homeless ones thou giv'st a home, To hopeless hearts a hopeful heart. To every growth a growing. So mayst thou grow more strong and free, America, for ever, A blessing to all peoples be, A High ted hoje O, never, But may thy eagles fart...

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