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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 3 April 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. AliVHRTISING RATES. r Ol ITT CiiMno ran!, lin, f fi, pr year. Se ;al rst frivolst. ivcnJa advertiser. I .egal Advertisements a repainted by law. Hi:if! am trau lou I alvortiniaj; m!e ktioHn oa a;ili-tioii. t'lmrch aw.i society announcements, marring ami cU-atli koHcPS. ft c Local notices, in lwly type, 10 cents per like, Brak insertion; second inst-rtiuu S-cenls J2 I'riiitin; o the Mw-t favosaMe terms'. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laportc Sts. j TEK2XS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j One copy one rear, in aJvaneo. 12. oo Ono copy six months, iu advance $1. oo i One copy three months, in advance.. so. ! VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, API'JL :,, 1870. NUMHHIt 1(5. Plymouth Republic e BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BOHTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ofiae in Poet Offlca Block. Dwelling en East Side Sooth Michigan Stml, PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. Or. J. M- JENNINGS. "PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, offlee with JL Dr. N. Stacrntaa er Lauer S...

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. — 3 April 1879

4l The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, April 3d, 1S79. ne . ..u' The Legislature has adjourned, and the people rejoice. The MUhawaka Enterprise thinks that Grubbs should lave had hi3 came changed instead of getting a libel law enacted. The moat outrageous Congressional gerrymander" ever perpetrated by a State Legislature, was recently en acted iu this State at a cost to the people of nearly fifty thousand dol lars, The new four per cent. $10 certifi cates, which the last CoDgress auth orized the Secretary of theTreasury to issue, ore now ready for the public, andany man with ten dollars can be come a bond holder. Carter Harrison, Democrat, was elected Mayor of Chicago, Tuesday. He was a candidate for both Demo crats and Greenback ens, and tho question cow will be, which party has swallowed the other. A reporter of the Indianapolis Journal claims to have discovered a dark skinned son of Thomas Jtffer on, at Indianapolis, in the person of Robert Jefferson, aged and wealthy...

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. — 3 April 1879

The Republican. Thursday, Apr 1 1- 3d, 1S79. CITT AND COLWTl. John Dial, tha grocery maD. started for Ohio, on Monday. Oliver Hume and family left tbU city, yesterday, for Minneapolis Mian. There will be a donation party at the 3J. E. Church Tuesday evening. Everybody is cordially invited, "The Easter Service," will be ex plained in a lecture at the Episcopal Church next Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'clock. Kev. T. C. Strlnjrer supplied the pl&ce of Elder Cissel at the Methodist quarterly meeting, is this city, last Saturday and Sunday. Ber. Speir. of Warsaw, and Per klnf, of South Bend, preached at St. Thomas' Church on Tuesday and "Wednesday evenings, respectively. Snyder & Snyder have completed the foundation for thir new elevator near the LP.iC. depot, and will be ready for business in about a month. J. N. Hes, of Argos, will start with his family, to Fort Smith, Arkan sas, next Monday. lie will keep kooks for Junk & Huff, lumber deal ers of that city. "Honesty," the last...

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. — 3 April 1879

Educational Column. J. F. LAXGF.NB.irOH. TEACHING GRAMMAR. In reference to the usual study of the English language, there is a wide spread dissatisfaction. In many dis tricts throughout the entire State, the mere mention of composition writing and EnglUh grammar pro duces feelings akin to disgnst, not only among the pupils, but also, we are sorry to say among the patrons and parents. Nearly all the children In our schools are said to be learning grammar, and yet how few even of those who hare gone regularly through all the definitions, rules and except ions, can be said to hare a real or practical knowledge of the sub ject. Now ro one can claim that this arises from the difficulty of grammar, but from the .averted, un natural and cumbersome methods o generally employed in teaching it. We might quote page after page of authority to show how wide spread and growing is the conviction, that the present system In the study of our language is ultogether inverted. It is said, that. "Oar gr...

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. — 10 April 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES.- r epu oilcan; Buh;rcm cards, 5 Itne, fi,'Vj-ear Special ratgireiTto regular ad vert i -. Legal Advcrtiineiitu as regulated by law. Home and transient advertising made knows on ' application. Cbnrch and society announcement, marri;e" anddc-atbiotire. f r c. Local notices, in body tvjK!, 10 conti per line, Brat insertion; conl insrrtion 5. Cents. Job rr!iitiD o tUe most favorable term Jffice: Cor. Michigan &. Laporte Sts. ! TER.Y3 OF SUBSCRIPTION, j One copy one rear, in advance t2. 00 J One copy six months, in adrance $1. 00 i Oae copy three months, in advance,. .. W. j VOLUME 2 53. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 10, 1S70. NUMBER 17. R e BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlae la Post Office Block. Dwelling oa Eat Side South Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH. IXDIAXA. Or. I- Ml-JENNINGS. I)HT8ICIAN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Sherman over Lauer 8 Store, on ichi...

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. — 10 April 1879

1 4 TT1 "T t ! J. IlC IvCDllDllCan. l J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, April loth, 1S79. Not a dollar of the famous five twenty six per cent gold bonds arc now outstanding. The law exempting from exfeutien And sale $G00 worth of property, real or personal, which was enacted dur- t rag the reef nt session of the Legisla ture, contained an emergency clause, and is now ia operatiou. The Legislature has fixed the price for publishing the delinquent tax list at thirty-five cent3 each description. Other advertising, one dollar per square, of 250 em?, first insertion, aad fifty cents per square for each subsequent Insertion. The elections in Ohio aud Miehi cran. Monday, were gratifying to the Republicans. Columbus, Ohio, elects a Republican Mayor for the first time clnce 1858. In Michigan, the Demo crats and Greecbackers untied, but were beaten ten tboujand votes. Cin clnsatl gives a Republican majority of one thousand. If the rounlrv was shifting into oblivion there would be a few country ...

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. — 10 April 1879

The Republican. Thursday, ArKii. ioth, 1S79. CITY AND COUNT! . , Dr. Sherman id again dangerously ill. Mrs. Babcock returned from Chicago this week. The new national bunk block will be the finest in the city. Jasper N. Hess and family left for Ft. Smith, Arkansas. Saturday. City taxes must be paid on or be fore Monday, April 21 at. to save cost. J. S. "Wialer, one of our Bremen subscribers, made us a pleasant call Monday. Mrs Baxter has been in Chicago for a week, and will soon return with ber new stock of goods. SjLJ. HoIIey, of Argos, is now an. attorney-at-Iaw, hairia been giv en authority to practice last week. John W. Wiltfong H preparing to put a new front to his residence and otherwise improve its appearance. TA. Edwards, now of Maxen -kuckee, thinks he has oue of the big Rest six days-old boys in the county. McKelvey & Co. report real es tate business lively. They have dis posed of five farms within a week. lUv. S. McNeely and his little daughter, of Argos. were in Plymo...

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. — 10 April 1879

The Republican. Educational CoIuliu. J. F. LANOEXBAUGH. THE AKT OF PZBATING. Plato says that people should dis pute, but not quarrel; "for friends dispute between theirnelvea for their better instruction, and enemies quar rel to destroy one another." In a free country like ours, it is the proud privilege or every citizen to dispute upon any question, either political or social, provided he does it within reasonable bounds, the principle be ing the very corner stone of the re public. How important, then, where the voice of the popl9 U the sorer eign, that there should be wide spread instruction ia the forma of reasonings, and in the principle and practice of public debate. Every American boy inherits the inalienable Tight to the loftiest position his tal ents will bring him. either as a states man, lawyer, preacher, etc. Daniel Webster was an illustration of what great powers an orator and deba ter could achieve, and the enduring fame of Henry Clay, the Mill 13 :y or the Slashes," ma...

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. — 17 April 1879

The Republican. FL'BLISHED THURSDAYS BV J, W. SIDERS & CO., ADVERTISING RATES, lican Du; hops cards, s line, ffi, per year. Special rut givonto rf-:ru!.ir ad vcrtipvr. Legal AdvertigeinrDts as regulated by law. Home and transient aJvrrtisiL-j made known off application. Church anil society annomcements, marriage and death notices, fr. e. Lora! notier. In ho!y type, 10 cents per line, Inf iusertioD; second insertion S cents. Jab rrlbfinj on the nif.t favorable ternis. Plymouth, Ind. , - .v i . . Jf net: Cor. Michigan & Lapor:e Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one year, in advance 12. oo j "T- r tta ri; n " PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 17, 1870. NUMBER IS. One eopT six months, ia advance. ...11.00; , UIJ UtU J tJ. One copy thre months, in advance,. 5). nnt 1 he Plymouth BUSIIIESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON once in Post Office Block. ' Dwelling on Ea-t Side Sou Lb .Michigan blretK, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J M JENNINGS. llinSICfAN AND SUBC1EON., ofll...

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. — 17 April 1879

The Republican, . J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, April 17th, 1S79. The Republicans kept out the wild cat tchems of the Greenback in Congress Monday, au J the inflation ists are angry and threaten venge ance. m jfew Jersey seems to have followed the example set by Ohio. A large number of towns, heretofore Demo cratic, bare gone Republican. This will be another check on the South ern flre-fcatera. Mr. Hendricks nays that be will fierer again take the second place on a Presidential ticket. lie rrobably thinks that a ticket with 8 J. Tilden name at the head cannot succeed, and fce la "mighty correct" in his opiuion. The anger ef the es Confederates, In and out of Congree, Is great, be cause Bra 2. the Union general of "Wisconsin was placed at the head of the War Claims Commi te, w hero ha will stand aa a snag for all Rebel claims to Wieck uron. The LaPorte Ar gut says Senator Beere seems disposed to 6mash some rather Inferior political furni ture at Indianapolis. We hare thought for a ...

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. — 17 April 1879

The Republican. TiiURsnAY, April 17th, 1S79. CITV AND COUNTY. John Hoham, i? home on a visit. A new walk at the P. F. W. & C. depot."" W. E. I-eterson, of Kendalville, is in the city. The Temple of Ilonor contemplate renting a new hall. " Lot Dickson, of Chicago, was In the city this week. Judge Carpenter, of Warsaw.Jwas la town Monday. Don't forget Schuyler Coirax'a Cre at lecture to-night. James Varner has erected a neat cottage on Sophia street. The Plymouth Dramatic club meet at I. O. G. T. hall to-night. C. C. C. Dramatic and Musical entertainment, Siturday evetlog. Spring has come at la3t, and peo ple have commenced making garden. It will only cost you twenty-Are cen's to hear Schuyler Colfax to night. Dr. Jnning te repahing and im ' proving his property on Michigan street. Wm. Freese, always rrompt to pay bis subscription, called on us Saturday. Wm. CHoe of Jlorehead Kansas formerly of German township, enrolls as a new subscriber this week. -"-Our Marmont correspondent gi...

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. — 17 April 1879

iWhc Republican. Educational Column. J. F. LANGENBAUGIJ. HOW TO BE SrCCE?STT U Success rides on every hour. Grap pie it and you may tin. Ambition and honor are the weapons', and with out them you will never tiiutnpli. A young man must be brave. Being naturally endowed with superior parts, a penetrating intellect and Atki eäs nevr of character, he should school Maaaelf to look fortune In the face without beh?s Intoxicated with her miles, or trcmbJed by her frowc; to be astonished at nothing that hap pens in this world, and to make up M3 mind to any danger. Never take . , Advantage of those who are wenkrr than yourself, but stand ready and willing to assist the person who comes ,'to you for aid. L-arn to say No! ,to those who wish to 1 a J you from 'yonr honest duty. Always lot k a man In the face when -u are talking !0 him. Doa't bo made use of as a dish rag, but if you have ? will, use rt. Seek good advice, and court well your own judgement. If you have built castles in the air, you...

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. — 24 April 1879

Mnetren Hebel Briraliers. .sru.ouy. uureor..it kl i rm. i;i..uiri: bihu.i. jQ fct-frjUesS Ol Vlaloa aUU IkC'tOvSS CI ADVERTISING RATES,' "Mi ! J. W. SIDERS & CO.,, Plymouth j Ixd. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laportc S:s. . TEllU OF SUBSCRIPTION. j Onecor.y one roar. iu advance f2. PO One copy six months, in advance $1. 00 i One copy three months, in advance,. S'J. I tie iican0 Business cards. 5 Hue, ffi, per year. . Sjeclal rat giveuto regular advertisers. Legal AuvortiaeuieuUas regtrlated by law. .. Home and lruieut aJvertlaiu; made kub a ob application. Church anJ )cictjr announcement, tnar.la I il-alh"inice(. fre. V Local notier. In body typ, 13 centa per Hue, Bret iua rliuu; tecon.l insertion 5 cents. JuU rrintin? on tbc raet favorable tertut. i VOLUME 23. PJA'MOUTH, INDIANA, TH URS DAY, APRIL 24, 1S70. NUMBER 10. The Republican. PUBLISHED THl'RJLWYS BY IPh . 11 11 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T- A. GORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Vtflr.e ia Pot oaice B'l.x.. Pwclün oa East 8:vJ' South...

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. — 24 April 1879

The Republican. J. V. SIDERS, EniTorc. Thursday, Ai-nir, 24th, 1S79- It hns tern decided by the ro$U ofHeo department thnt advertising sheets made op ia the form cr ncws papers, cannot be mailed at newspa per rates. A straight Democrat nr. been ciect el over a Greenbacker, in the Texua district formerly represented ly tho late Mr. Schleicher. The Republicans do not nppear to have had a candkhite hi the fltdd. It 13 reported that a loan of Iwo "imlliona has been obtai&ed in New York by the Northern Paeiiie Railroad company for the txtenslon of its line from the crossing cf the Missouri to the Yellowstone. Gen. Joha A. Dix ia dead; ho lived slcaoat eighty-one year?, and bad held many high and honored positions. His famous order, "If any man pulls down the Ameiican flag shoot him on the fpot will live as lone? as the government exist". While his coun try honored Lim hs honored Lis country. He was an honest man, Soloriefl the Russian who fired at the Cz t. is the son of a groom In t...

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. — 24 April 1879

The Republican. Thursday, April 24th, 1S79. M-AI 1 j M CITV ;XD COUXTt. Court ai'jourccJ last Satanlay. The city election comes oft on the first Tuesday in May; The wire of ftjv. Geo. A. Littte la visiting Menls in Ohio. The wheat flelda all over the county are looking sf-Ienditi. John W. Patterson U btiU.ling a new resi lence on Center street. A. I- AHeman will buy wheat for Snytler Bros, the coming summer. Our DoneUon correspondence came lust week too late for pubiiea- tlon. Services at the Reformed Church each eveuins this week, by Iisv. J. B. nnry. Everybody Is making pardon iLia wetk, wenther warm enough or summer. Tho Tyner City drama la troupe lay in Walkertoa on FiiJay evening next. J. M. Dtle, of Goshen, and daughter, were viitln frien U in the city the past week. We learn that Bruce Joseph has been iylug quite ill for the last three week, at his home on Nuth Mlehi gan Mreet, . J.P. B jTman.of K vciuiko coun ty, has located ia Brem?a f r tho pur pose of practicing itw. The ...

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. — 24 April 1879

The Republican. Son.? ( the oa!. t)M the wonderful sonc thtt never ate sunj With wcni tor an outwtirti token; Bat go sinciii the:nsvhc tor uy hi the "-out In a langnai that oev r i spoket.. Sont t.'int rr swutrr thn pot-t e'tt panned; AU their power sml tteir K auty cxteiiin,;; With a tnolody purer sml tamlcver tar tlhan the note that their Biliarer an..'tl!ing. Sons every trne lover sinx to his luve. Horn ot tit decn-hiddeu ieeiiiu; Su'-htswDjjtlK-niit-lifsIaw ia I'' pans naUen's bn-ast. For U-r i t m outward revcsllujr. Song that the niotTicr-licari siusr to the bn'w Iu peace on her bo-on icc'iuii.jr; That cives spirit voice lo her hope and fears. Tea ier beyond aii U Ü.iin.j. Wi'd, thrilliiAr sons; tint a"rnke f v ry chorl When the oul w exeltar-t with gladness; Thiif si'h through is chambers like voire of uipht Whn they rtilcr it. harden mid . lne: That brusthe through tlte spirit with soIt-whisp'.T-1115 note. . Like win 1 ocr Jnne rose sigV.ne, When passion i Ii 'ed. aud ihhc r...

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. — 1 May 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS 6c CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES. ID' Ivmouth 113 A XC 12110. iL Business cards. 8 line, $4, per year. Special rat?s given'to regular advertiser. L jal Advertisements as regulated by It. Home and transient advertising made known ea application. Church and society aonouicomcnU, tnarriag and deatLJnoticea, fne. Local nntic-s, in htMfrt.Tpcv 10 cat per line. Brtt insertion; second Insertion 5 cents. Jab friiiting on the mast favorable Urni, JrriCE: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Sts. j TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One oopr one rear. In advance 12. 00 One eopr aix months, in advance f 1. oo One eopy three months, in advance,. .. 60. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, 1879. NUMBER 20. R e BÜSUIESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHY8ICIAN AND SURGEON OSm la Post Office Block. Dwelling oi Eaflt Side SoatU Mkltigin Street, PLYMOUTH. I 13 1AXA. Dr. J. M. JENNINGS. 1niSlCIAN AND SÜUGEON'. office with Dr. N. Sherman over Lauer' a Store, ...

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. — 1 May 1879

The Republican. J. W. S1DERS, Editor. Thursday, May it, 1879. Hon. Geo. W. Julian, of tbis State, will aooQ remove to Washington aaJ engage ia the practice of law. Congressman Clark, of Iowa, died suddenly Monday, at Washington, from cerebro spinal meningi'ia. II tras sick but a few hours. The Nihilists of Sr. Tetereburgh threaten with death anyone who serves as porter at dooiways. A plot for the release of Soioyieff has been discovered. The new funding scheme has re sulted la a saving of $20,000,000 an nually to the country, yet there are some men who spend most of their time io abusing John Sherman for saving this money to the people. Extraordinarily heavy rains have rreralled throughout Texas caused th streams to overflow. Railroads have been washed.out and traffic U en tirely suspended. At Houston, the water rose eighteen feet in three hours, and carried away all the railroad bridges and many warehouses along the banks. At Buffalo bayou the damage is greac Great excitesaent was ...

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. — 1 May 1879

The Republican. Tiiuksday, May ist, 1S79. CITY AND COUNT. Dr. Sherman Is Improving. Peter Hank tliod Sunday and waa buried Monday. Democratic convention next Fii !.iy ev.'niaj. Postofiiee sociable at G,od Templar hall to night. John Baker U on the streets this Vfeek with a bran new sprinkler. Oa account of sickness. Rev. Ftude was unable to occupy the pul pit Sundaj evening. Tanner hua removed his stock of drugs, stationary, &c, to the room formerly occupied by Little Mack. Don't forget Mrs. S. A. Baxter's grand opening of millinery goods next Saturday, at Mrs. Babcock'd old stand. Phil. Corcoran thinks that one of the leadlag Greenbacks of Plymouth is a whisky guzzler or an opium eater. P of. FIk, of IlilUdale, Mich , occupied the Presbyterian nulpit Snbbath raoruing and evening, lie is a clear and logical reasoner. I. Dial, express messenger be tween Pittsburgh and Crestline, made a run over thi-s part of the route yesterday, and stopped off to see his -ma.' A full account of ...

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. — 1 May 1879

The Republican. False and Trne. BT 1 O. llOI.LAKIt. The false la fairer than the trne. oVhoM Ton rl4in.lv pant on the iiilii anpine! The flenne of a ftilttelnxMl that ith hin, ATmorcd and heitnetctl. in auch a gold As in the mirta was never honcht or sold, Uiant and armor the exalte! ijrii f ahapee les glorious and tints 1cm fine Of forms of truth outmatched a thouaau I fol I! Ah, Poef.ii! Thoa charmer and thou cheat! tmunnz for eyes that fill with happy tears. In tints delusive, pictutva that repeat lnli. earthly forma in heacn'v atmospheres! How doat thoa a name the truth, till it apje-are Leas lovely far than thy divine deceit! Scribwrfor M'J. Educational CoIhuiu. J. T. L AXGZi BA UG-B. BE ODF.PKSX)Ey7. Ther is nothing In this world which injures success so completely as does perfect independence. Peo pie who are always waiting for help may wait a longtime as a general thing; u little assistance, a little rec ommendation, a little iofliiencs id not to be had for asking, but there...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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