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

- I BJBJäw .M,, ..III I The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS 6c CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jfpice: Cor. Michigan ft Laporte Sts. TBBMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oae copy one rear, in advance $3. 00 One eopr six months, in advance $1. 00 Oae eopr three months, in advance,. .. so. The Plymouth Republican. VOLUME 23. ELTMOTTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1879. NUMBER 11. ADVERTISING RATES. Bcincss cards. 5 liar, $6. p r j-var. Special rats givcuo Stasia? advertlSr-fit.-Legal Advert iaetneuta as regulate by law. Homo and transient advertising made known tfO application. Church and society announcements, mar;iage und death notice, fr.c. Local notice, in body type, 10 cents' per line, irsfaecoud insertion 3 casta. Joli rriutlnj on the most favorable BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlse in Post Offlca Block. Dwelling on Eaat Side South Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. Or. J M JENNINGS. THYIOIAN AND SURGEON, office with jTDr M HUorman over Lauer' s Store, on ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 February 1879

The Reoublican. i J. W. SIDERS, Editok. TurnsDAY, Ff.iwi AiiY 27th, 1S79. Washington'! birthday ww observed in the uauu.1 manner in the pilnci pal cities of the United States. The nnti Chinese Ml as amended by the Senate passed the House Saturday and only await? the signature of the President to become a law. It in thought, however, that he will not sign it. Th? Indianapolis Sc:. Unci, South Inlinnn:olN I.ctier. liend Ih mtil, and a Tew other Demo- Indian ai-ous. lad., Feb. 22. cratic papers, are now trying to read j Editor Hep Alb-ay, : Senator R"eve out of the Democrat ie 1 visited the hospital for the insane, arty, b'-cause he las pnse enough j situated nbout two and one-half miles to see that an election law which will ! from lne city, on a rising plat of prevent illegal vo'ing will, in the end, , ground, which gives to the vast buildbe best for all parties. These same I jpg a Yerv prominent appearance, papers will, if it is found necessary to ' Qa approaching it, curiotpy to pu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 February 1879

The Republican. Thursday, Fkbkuaky 27th, 1879. M'ctl'i Liver Pille cure lu Hgostion. cn r and corxrr. of Good reading on every pnge this paper. Mr?. Wm Leonard is still on the sick list. Get your neighbor to subscribe tr the iiwmctl. rW'hen Bourbon boys go a sparking, they sometimes lose tlieir hats. A number of Marshall county citizens left Tuesday morning for Neb1 aka. If you want to- rent a dwelling house apply at Backer and Wolf's atore, Rev. A. Minn will lecture to the deaf rmites at Michigan Ci'y, March lib. Business Is looking up in E-iq. Snyder's court; two bastardy cases from Iawood this week. The story, "Helen Gray," was written for the Retvblicax by one r, ho came to this county in childhood. Charles F. Chaney would like to be City Marshal, and we hare no doubt but that be would make a good I one. Oa our first ra;e will be found an article on "tea," which it will pay every one who drinks the beverage to read. Our 'Payee Personals" are crowded our this week, but will af pe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 February 1879

m The Republican. The Reaaissanca. How many young folk or old folk either for that matterwhen they meet with the word Renaissance in their reading know exactly what it mean ? They have a vague idea, probably, that it refers to something "artistic," or "old time-y;" perhaps even the pretty head dress of Anne Boleyn, or Mieaael Angelo's battered face, rises dimly before them, or perhaps some queer highLacked piece of furniture; but that in About all they really know about it. Is it not so? The Renaissance is a term gen r&ily applied to the period of titns am braced in the latter part of the fifteenth century, and the first quarter of the sixteenth.; or, to be quite definite, from the fall of the Greek or Byzantine empire in 1453 to the sacking of Rome in 1527. But it may. 'with propriety, be made to apply to the time extending from ti e beginning of tbs fourteenth century to the middle of the sixteenth. The word ""Renaissance" means a new birth. Another form of the word, "...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 March 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BV J. W. SIDERS & CO. Plymouth, Ind. Jffice: Cor. Michigan k Laportc Sts. ' TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one rear, in auranco $2.00 1' T l'f I1 .) On eopy six months, in advance $1.00' VJWu U A Yj J.-). On eopr three months, in advance,- - so. The Plymouth Republican. PLYMOUTH INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH (J, 1879. ADVERTISING RATES. Basinest card. 5 lise, $fl per yeaf. i Special rat J8 giveato r n lar advertiser. Igal Advertisements a reflated hj taw. Home mud transient advertising made koov. n on application. " Church and wcMv armnnareaMmts, marriage and death notice, fr e. Local not ices, n body type, 10 ceuU pr Iii-, Brat insertion; second is rtion cenu. NUMBER 12. Joli rrlbtlnc on the moct U orable term. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Otto io P . Offlce Block. Dwelling oa Bast Side Sooth Michigan ?trrr. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J- M JENNINGS. 1HTsICIiN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Shorman orer Lauer' s Sto...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 March 1879

The Republican. J. W. S1DERS, Edito. Tiu ksday, IfAMCH 6th, 1S79. Cheap whisky, cheap tobacco and the prohibition of Chinese emigration, will probably constitute the principal planks in the Democratic m 1 . . ., piauorm Natioual Democratic certainly for two years. We have Friday, as they were 90 numerous Thn robbing of passengers and i convention will have to do, will be to served the people for sixty days in I that no business could be disposed of me nt as the average of Democratic member?, and wo very much doubt the people's getting a much better Representative until they elect a Republican from this county. House of Krnrcsriitatirrs. Indian UPOUS. Intl., Mar. 1, 79. Editor Kefmblc ati : The Cincinnati Enquirer sny? that the Nutional Democratic Committee want to run the machine in favor of Til len. while the Congressional Democratic Committee favors Thurman 3 a presldenta) candidate, and that Qtc members have been chosen from I ach committee to try to harmonize the party, or in ot...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 March 1879

The Republican. Thursday, March 6th, 1S79. CITY AND COCXT). Miss Cassle Lopp, baa returned to the city. Henry Stapleferd, of Ft. Wayne, was in the city this week. Rev. J. C. Steven9 and wife, of South Bend; are visitiug fi lends iu this city. Spring has come; "gentle Annie" is what the bright sunshine seemed to saj yesterday. If you desire any style of visiting card, be sure and read the advertisement of the Crown Card Co. "What's in a Dame?" A great deal, if it la printed by the Crown Card Co. Read advertisement. 25 Superllne Gilt-edge cards 10 A temperance society has been Two fnshionable dressed men organized at school house Xo. 17, in driving a fine team of horses attached Center township, by George N. FrinU, to a baggy pot up in pood style, sucthe temperance revivalist. Twcuty- , ceeded last Friday in inducing Niohfour pledged their names against the j olas Walle to act as agent foa the eale demon alcohol which has brought ao ! of a windmill; they aleo succeeded in much sorrow ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 6 March 1879

The Republican. Trniperanr? Ttstsl Pay Song BY JEROMK Xl'RKAY. a i k : "lieti, White and Bine " When Kum sprcnd his wide tlesohtion, And threatened" uur land to deform j When th; proudest ami liest of the Nntion Bowed their heads to MM -dtiless storm ; Three emblems of Tempcranee mm triven. Earh, a pledge to the sWSMf to lie true, E ch emblem was simply a ribbon. Their colors were Red, While and Blue citonrs. Then hurrah for the Red, White and Rluo. Three cheer for the Red, White and Hlne The emblems of Temperance ami Freedom, The glorious Red, White and Blue. As the red gilds the dawn of the morning, And ushers the comiug of licht ; 80 the Reynold's men herald the warninc. Leave the rum tiend "and dure t ln riyld." The WhUe being purity's own tiiiileui. Belongs to onr women so true; Thfir ribbon, by right, should In blended. The boast of the Red and the Blue. sod ma ranger of the business was a Mrs. C. F. Diehn, who, it was under stood, was actuated by highly praiseworthy and patri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 March 1879

The Republican. J PUDLISHED THURSDAYS BY . W. SIDE RS Sc CO., vuAnm Im 1. 1 1VL 1 tl, I 1 Jffice: Cor. Michigan ft Laporte Sts. terms of suDscnrrnox. One cop7 one year, in advance U. 00 Od copy six months, in advance $1. 00 Oaeoopythrooraoiuhs.inadviu.ee,. .. so. The Plymouth Republ ican VOLUME -2:!. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 13, 1879. Xl'MliKK 13. ADVF.RTISING RATES. nnwineaa can's. 5 I'.De, $6, per j . nr. i Siiul rat -s given to minUr .vlvertissr. 1 :.'! Adv.TtiBemtiitf a repolated by law. Home and transient alvertisiug tuadc known od apli(-atiofi. Ctinrch and Mckty ennonccflSncnts, marriage' and death notice, fr e, lÄ-al notices, in Wy type, 1 refit per Hue, trat insertion; secoti'l in rtiou 5 ceuts. Job I ritituiR on the most favorable ferms. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTOH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 0:9e in Poat OfH - Block. Dwelling on Eat tidSouth Mil Iii? tu ülrevt, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J M JENNINCS iHYHICIAN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Shcriuaa over Lauer' s St...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 March 1879

The Republican. J. V. S1DERS, Editor. Tm nsPAY, March i 5th, is7i. The Democrats of the Indiana Legislature who f oreed an xtra WMtoc eo uselessly will Bo 1 afl thi uexl t lection if not sooner, that they have M unprofitable lo:rJ to carry. The peo- The regular scs.-ion of the Indiana LagislatarQ expired Monday, but the gowi uor KM called an extra so-sion to begin yesterday. This will boat the stale 50,000, aud was uu necessary. The legislature bad blear v of time to have ac.oinplished twice "the amount c,o?0 at ,he ,PPal timt'- M:itvh of wotk that will be done in both airiona. Cut UbePeaaocraey watted the t-urirc seeetOSJ in trying to devise plans that would give the Democracy entire con 1 1 ol of ihe logirlatuie in pie are not in such a frame or mind future, d tbut would as far as jttst now that they will keep men in possible deprive ihe Republican of, office simply to pay them fur doing an representation iu Congress from worse than nothing. j sfaTe- Trevious to the election . v e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 March 1879

The Republican. Thursday, M uten 13th, 1S79. CU T AX) COlW'Ti . Our Payee Personal column is rowed out. The Temple of Honor makes successful stride. The Good Templar membership Lumbers over 100, Yellow river has been booming Biuee last Saturday, but it is now subtiding slowly, The Argoe Christian ChüTCtl was 8'ruck by lightniug, M;uday uiht, and slightly damaged. Adam Vi 11 nedge is nt the Ross House and the traveling public will ftlfc it a ftrtl clas hotel. "Marriage" will be the sul-jeot of the Be v. J. J. Faude's discourse DcXt Sunday evening. Mitrch lt. Two lights in town last Saturday. One at Rudowsky's saloou, and the other at the Haslanger House. The meetings at the M. E. Church closed last Sun lay evening. The number of accession- is large. Twenty-four tramps got off of a Union Line car, on the P., Fr. W. A C. B lilway, in this 1 ity, Monday. It Is rumored that hidies who wear their bonnets on their hea ls will not be out of fashion this spring. Rev. J. R. Henry will preach ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 13 March 1879

- - The Republican. I t it Pas, Be not swift to lake offence; Let it pa."?! Anger ii" a las 1 -nm-; l.et it paw! 1'. . not darkly o'er a wrong Whkh will disappear M I0114; lUtlier thin cheery etMUt laet it ww! Let it diss' tariff cor rodes't he' pti rest"ini lid ; Let it r 1 : As the nnrcjprtle I wind, I.et ir pas! Any vnlssr soals that lire Mnv condemn without reprieve Tia the noble who torsive; i t t it fa.: Let it pass! Echo r.nf an .mifrv wonl; Let it passl Think how oiicti you hast- erred; Let it paes! Sine nut yj timet psw away. Like the dew-drop on the prav, Wlicniore hoa tl onr sorro-ta stay? Let it pass! Li t it M !!". f or good yon vc taket il! Let it pass! th! be kind und penile tili; Let it i . 1 " Timcat last make sll thing Mrai;ht; 1 el 11 not resent, hut wait. And onr triumph ehs!l le great; Let it patel Lit it pw: Rid yonr anirrr to dejiart, I et if pass! Lay these homely worth to lisart; T it päwf" Follow rrl the pt.t.ly tliroop; I tier to I- wraajgM than wrong; Th-...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 March 1879

The Republican. I PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY . W. S1DERS 8c CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jffice: Cor. Michigan s. Laportc S;s. TERMS F SI'ISKCRII'TION. One cor-y one roar, in advance f2. 00 ! One copr six months, in advance f l. oo Oao copy three months, in n. I aase. .. so. The Plymouth VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIA NT A, TI III vSDAY, MARCH 20, 1879. NUMBER 14. ADVERTISING RATES Ihiaiactt rn. 5 Eue, K air yt-ar. fktSal rat ja g'.veu .to ncHjar mlvi-rüar. Legal Advertisements as regulated by law. Home aad truuaicut adwrtiaiujr made Wuohu oa upiliCatjua.. Clinrch ami society a: .. n- n-. i , :..-.rr.at' and death notice, fr. Lota! noices, in body tyie, 10 rrau per line. Irat tuacrtaou; secar.t iuwrtiou 8 ceutr. Jon rrJuliiijr on the Mt favorable Uvms.. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTOH, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlis id P.it (Mm HWi. Dwelling oy Baal Mr South Michigan Street, PLYMOVTlt, INDIANA. Dr. J M JENNINGS. 1HYSRIAN AND BURGEON, office with Dr. N. Shorntan over Lau-r' s St ro. on iehigan street,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 March 1879

The Republican. J. W. SI DE RS, Eon ou. TlllKSDAY, If AKC M Mtfe, l&fö. Indianapolis Letter. three. The four declared that the Ten ami Scissors. Indianapolis, Ind., Mar. 15, 1879. ' Auditor is not indebted to tho State j Architects and builders report that I i- i. rv I . ' fnr thocA fpPS hilt rppnmmpnd thllt ! fkn nnminrr ooaann will Iwt h mnof XjIL I iOf ifcf'M. lC(I4 . I v .Mww ivvv, rw -- ii i - - m wa laug, CVUCVU . W LUV One week of extra sesrdn has come j he be sued for the amount, and offer i active one Chicago has seen since the The Democratic Congressional caucus nominated Randall for speaker on the first ballot. the Untied Confeder and gone, leaving its record upon the pages of the Legislative history of Indiana; and I am heartily sorry that it has been my misfortune to have been one of the members so recoi ded. That all extra sessions of the Legislature, are more or less odious to the people of Indiana, i There are now in States Senate nineteen ex Conreuer T. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 March 1879

The Strasburg clock, one of the wonders of the world which travelers will be on exhibition at Crawford's old stand under the Democrat office. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, of The Republican. Thursday, If AKCIt 30th, 1S79. CITY ASD COl XT). The cool weather continues. Peter Hank is dangerously ill. Holy Communion at St. Thomas' Church next Sunday morning. Kleopfer has a new advertisement which it will pay to read. Service will be held in the Presbyterian Church every evening of $hls week, commencing at 7:30 o'clock. John Henry, who went through John S. Beud r'o house some months since, was given three yeais in the ! 's ,r in " 1 "'"''. reniuvi . . .. . aia, in IflM, tad l IS volume, re 1 m the penitentiary, this week. Mexicaa war and went out in the Bceoad Regiment of Pcnnsyl raais volunteer, lie was part of 1 lie lime hospital Payer Persouals. handed out two dollars for the He- I them for sale, but found tiny were about 1 Becker & Wolf are receiving their On our list th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 20 March 1879

The Republican. How a Hoy Ilpcaim a CommaiMh'r. There lived in a H.otAx village n little boy, Jamie by nani, who St. hid heart oa bting a sailor. Hiraother b vel him very dearly, and the thought of giving him up grieved her exceedingly; bal she finally eon sented. As tha Loy iff t home, she said to him, "Wherever you are, Ja mle, whether on sea or land, never for get to acknowledge your God. Promis me that you will kneel down, every night and morning, and MJ your prayers, no matter whether the sailors laugh at you or not." "Mother, I promise you I will," said Jamie; and soon waä on a ship bound for India. They had a good captain, and as some of the sailors were religious Tast i me. Why IfM Koala aik like a cat that is a bod mouser ? because it was such a long while before it lit on ary rat. A Minnesota paper says, "An urgent need is that stfWgtk be transferred from its butler to its dairying enterpiioes." Tis an ery rh'mc Ss in of spi .n?, Wlicu the :r is calm snd bro - . ; 'Tis lee...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 March 1879

i The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BV J. W. SIDKRS 6c CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jpkice: Cor. Michigan 1 Importe Sr?. tehm 09 imtimrnmr One eor-y one roar, in advance f2. M One ro;y six mun'lts. in lifMMN $1. fHi One e.opy three months, in advance,. .. SO. TI he Plymouth Republican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, MAKCH JT. 1879. NUMBER IS. ADVERTISING RATES, !: ranis. S Tue, ti, jw r year. Special rt?s ghetto vcn'.nT a : -rt ,mi -. Legal Aftv.-rtis'-inetits ss regulated by Ian . Hone and HNüfM !vcrtiiog made known off application. Church an 1 f . "n-ty sjiiouv erneut?, mrriate IM leittN no!i .. Jr . Loci; BtM.i t, in lioi'y trj., 1 centa per line, flrnf insertion; second inn rtlou fi cents Job rriut-ujr oil the raont favorable term. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BOSTON, Xo Sect in I Icnr en. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlieia PoatOfflre '.'.Ink. Dwelling on East Side South MrMgH Stritt, PLYMOUTU I l J I Or. J M- JENNINGS. i)HYSI('lAN AND BUS G BOX. ulBce with Dr. N. Sherman uver Lauer'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 March 1879

The Republican. J. W. S1DERS, Editok. Thursday, M.mu h 27th, 1S79. Paul ßoyntor, Hm man that is trying to float from Fittslwatgh to N m Orleans, was n -arly drowned at Louisville, Thursday, by being sucked Under a steamer. General lien Hai ri-on, Colonel Will Hollowny and Hon. John Orenneyer have been constituted the executive committee of tho Republican state central committee. Indianapolis i.t t tor. Isi-iANAPot is, Ind , Mar. '21. 179. Editor Uei'iibUcan: This week, I had every reason to believe, would be the last of the seat-Ion. but frctu all appearance, another week will be consumed in ftalabtag up the btatUntaa wLieh has grown on our han!s. The Governor, by delaying his sig- Tbe Dental Hill passed the House j Ten ami Scissors, j ok UtCKSSIOH ly a bare ninj irity this week. It re- There are lis Democrats in the df.au, r.r r si.:- episo! quires denti.its to go before a State House and 100 of them are the "Solid ' "Then will we decorate the Capitol Board of Ex. imloera and procu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 March 1879

The Republican. TlIL'KSDAY, M AKl lI ijth, iSjU. crr ax) coc.vyj . The TyucT t'iiy temperance l)i a- i porftofliee will take the matter in and orderest it changed to Ft. Smith, pwlljr Saar aapfaf far ÜW, Ym had ltd Thk fairest ami cheapest line of matic Association will give their j liaud ami make special t Horts to se- Arkansas, whero he will receive it for u'1' waU up ;ysaed MtUtil villi kteta Clothing ever brought !o this city, grand enteitainiiient at the Opera ; cure subscriber:, wevvill remunerate House, in this City, Wedm aday evening, April "2 I. They present one of j the most thrilling tram-is ever acleii on the sta.'e, and those who have witnessed the plays of this a-joci- them for their trouble. a time, at b ast. We are sorry to lose 1 P " W W aaaa a as UM ta-.v. J isper, but j ist euch nvn ar need ! -Copies of the BXPCXJCAI for sale atioD say tht-v canuot be eioelit a at this cflice. the Strasburg clock. Six inches of now fell Thutsday, by unknown parties who appropriate...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 27 March 1879

" Maim The Republican. Ktlmnlional Column. J. F. LANGEND AI (ill. KBMR1 or mental o nrnr.. We ran not discipline tlie ,ninl tea much. However careful wo üi ij be of the body to adorn it ami Luanl i from disease Vt should always Lt sure to keep the mental alu-nl of tho physical training. A weak inind in u noble body, ia a pitiablo tight. It is not paajjiMc to over estimat' the benelicia! effec of mer.tal ciltioalion The moral aud mental pom ra ar so intimately connected that the one cannot be influenced, or eolttrate b without the equal influence bring inserted upon both cf them, and as we cannot bind thought, cr drive it, we nro required only to lead the mind ( f the pupil, and nireor the outgoing of thoughts already there. It i- almost Impossible to dam np the iivir.g, running stream, but its course iihv 1 f changed, it may Ik? wfck at 1 and enlarged, and be made of RVft tlnt to the country through wliii'li it flow. Thoughts are the moral and mental galvanism of the nuic?', the FO'...

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