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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 8 May 1879

-jr. The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY T. W. SIDERS & CO., ADVERTISING RATES. r Plymouth icaOo Euaines a card. S line, $, per year. Special ratjs g ireno regular advertisers. Legal Advertisements as regulated bylaw. Ilo.nc an j transient advertising made kcown oa application. Clinrch and society announcements, man Inf e and death botlccs. fn.e. Local notier, in body type, 10 cents per Hue, lnt insertion; second Insertion 5 erat. Jab Trijtius on the mart favorable terms. Plymouth, Ind. j Jffice: Cor. Michigan s. Laporte Sts. j TER1I3 OF SUBSCPJrriON. j One cor-T one year, in advance $2. oo j One copy six months, in advanee $1. oo i Ona eopy three months, in advance,. .. 50. I VOLUBLE 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1879. NUMBER 21. Repufol e BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON 03e in Poat Office Block. Dwelling on Fa.t Side South Michigan statt, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. Jv M. JENNINGS. 1HYSICIAN LSD SCUGEOX. office with Dr. N. riucrnian over Lnuer'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. — 8 May 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDER, Ewifli. TiiiritsoAY, May Sth, tS'jvj. Congressman laker faWen sum moned borne from Washington on ac count of sickness ia hU family. The municipal elections in tkis State, Tuesday, resulted In large Re publican gains'almnst every where. The Republicans carried Larorte. Tuesday, by an average majority of 150, and gained 1300 in Fort Wayne over the Tote of last October. The boll is rolling. The election in Indianapolis. Tues day, resulted In the success of the en tire Republican ticket. The Green back ticket polled less than one-fourth of ths tote that was conceded it. The Democrats Io Congress are yot cm a strike. Thm niieation of inttl- lerence with the playful custon of I 'voting early and often" is dear to j the Democratic heart. It has J eaved the party in many a hct con test, and nothing is more precious to them ucless it bo free whisky. The House Committee on Banking and Currency have decided in favor of the bill allowing national bank to hold a part...

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. — 8 May 1879

The Republican. Tnvitsn.Y, May 8th, 1S79. CITV AXD COUXT1. The weather U too coM for com fortable fishing. Mi Clara Uniiy of R .clu ster, is visiting at J. W. CleavdlantT. J. W. Wlltfoas is putting two story bouse in front of his oM one. Albert Cressner lias aohl hi news stiwi.t to Ol. StH-y au! giH tu luriUnapoli. Wui. SchofleM, a North township ititlower, and a Miss Miller, were united ia matrimony Sunday. Tho Bible Society has just receiv ed two hundred new testaments. Call on H K. Barnhill if you want one. Twenty-flre cents and costs was what E-q. More said the woman who asaulted another woman must pay. Bead Simon Beeke "ad" in an other column. He has keen to Chi cago and piles of goodi arc coming in. At a meeting of the Are depart ment last Mouday eveniug, Andrew H. Korp was elected Chief Engineer. The "Blick" Pomeroy party hare elected their Clerk and Marshal ia liourbon. It is the only to n fu the United States ia which that party has t majority. John D. Cbiprnirt, a Michigin...

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. — 8 May 1879

The Republican. Educational Column. i. F. LANGEXBAI'GH. A SHOBT SESMON FOR PARENTS. rTakethia child avrjy, ari l cnrs; it lor ra, aal 1 will give th je ty wj?. E t. ii 9. Train up a chihl In the war h" ehoaH go, an 1 when be is old lie will not depart trom U 1'iov XX iL, . As moar, if not all of the literal passages of the Bible may be inter preted aUo spirituilly, so with tne address of Tharaoh's daughter to the mother of Moses. As the young woman gaz99, with pru lence no doubt next to that of the young mother, upon the smiling face of the babe in the ark of bulrushea," the natural sympathy of her sex U aroused, aad in spite of her fither' cruel decree, her request of the unknown Hjbr?vr woman is th:t aha shoal 1 t i'e the child aad nurse it for her a roq test which er leared the nam? of Puaraol.'s daughter alike to Jew anil Christian. So, whGQdYer a bibs is born into the world, the injunction of the Almighty comes to the father and the mother, "Taka this child and nurse it for me,...

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. — 15 May 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS EV J. W. S1DERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCEimOX. One cop? one rear. In advance ...$2. 0 One copy six months, in advance SI. 00 Oaeeopy three months. In advance,. .. 5. ADVERTISING RATES. r D1 it rim rn i it na rinsings carJs. 5 Kut $fi, per year. SlM'cial ratjs glvento rojniar ad vertifcrf L-;;-il Advertisements a regulated by law. Home an j transient advertising made VuoHS OB application. Chnrrh ami s oriel y nnnoo sermon ts, tnarriaje and death notices, fr e. Loral notices, In body type 10 cents per liue, ftrst Insertion; sccoml LoscrtioD S cents. Job Triiiting on tlie mrst favorable terms. 1 V 111VU.LII j VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 15, 1S70. NUMBER 22. e caiio BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BOfiTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office in Poet Office Block. Dwelling on Ea?t Side Somit Mithigiu streit, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA.' Or. J. M- JENNINGS. 1HTSrCIAN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Sher...

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. — 15 May 1879

The Republican, J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, May 15th, 1S79. The law3 of Indiana adopted at Ihe last session of the legislature will I o published and in fuico within the next thirty days. Copious showers of raiu havo vis ited many parts of the west and north-west, duritg the last week, which hare been suffering from drouth, and everybody is now en couraged. There is one fact which the Demo crats and Nationals say rery little About, and that is the refunding oper ations of Secretary SbermaD, which hare saved the government over fif teen millions of dollars in annual in terest. New Orlan3 and Memphis are cleaning up and establishing a rigid quarantine, intended if possible to prevent a recurrence of yellow fever this summer. If all nil the cities of the South will take eimilsr precau tions, therb is little doubt that the ravages of the fever will be prevent J. Ex Secretary Hugh McCuIloch de livered a lecture on finance, a few days since, In which he acknowledged that he had been m...

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. — 15 May 1879

The Republican. Thursday, May 15th, 1S79. HI M I I -M J e CITY AND COUNT!, A Hjht shower of rain yesterday did much good, but more la needed. E. W. Helm is lying dangerously 111 with dropsy at his residence in west Plymouth. We are going to have a now j lil. Sao adVertUement for proposals to build in another column. The weather during the last week has been hot enough for August, and farmers are busy planting corn. The special election for council man in the first ward, will be held two weeks from next Tuesday. Urs. SteYfns, wife of James. Ste- TfD8, of this city, U suffering much from a virulent cancer on her Hp. The boys now hare a minnow reservoir at Thayer's fountain, from which fisherman are supplied with bait. The Shedd SLters left Tuesday morning for Hobart. Cal. Sinnlnger, we anderstand goes with them as manager. We will send the Kepcblica from' now until the first of January and the Cincinnati Weekly Tims, one J3ar, for two dollars. IL W. Djwney has returned from LU western...

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. — 15 May 1879

The Republican. Educational Colninn. j. T. tASGESBACQlf. HOW II OF GENIC9 CONVERSE. Tasso conversation was neither ├čay nor brilliant, D.inton was other A . . . I 1 f 1 1 taciturn or uncat uHJ W1""m talked or smiled. Butler was sulhn ' bitinff. Hogarth and Smith vr.-re very absent-minded in omp.iny. Milton was unsociable, aud even irri fable when pressed into conversation. Kirwan, though copijus and eloqier.t fa public addresses, was meagre and dull in colloquial discourse. L i Fon faine appeared heavy, coarse, and Stupid; ha could not epeak and de crib what he hid just seen; but !h?n he was a model of poetry. Chan cer's silence was more agreeable than his conversation. Pryden's ocver ation was slow aid dull, his hum r satirical and reserved. Cornei-lr. in conversation, was so insipid that he never failed of wearing; he did not ppeak correctly the language of which he was such a master. B n Johnson ttsed to sit silent fn orapany, nnd 'fe'ick his wine nnd their humors. Bouthey wa3 sti...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 15 May 1879

IDT F IP IL. 3 HIT TELL-TALE FAC-SIMILES OF ORIGINAL DISPATCHES. A COMPARISON BETWEEN A SIGNIFICANT TELEGRAM OF "MOSES" AND ONE SIGNED BY MANTON MARBLE, Translation. Tallahassee, Nov. 10. Colonel Peitox, 15 Gramercy Parle, Xeir- York: , To Russia Tilden, rejK-atius: twentv-iive cipher only, Herald will have news of onr work hitherto Monday, V, e shall demand to know from what counties returns received. Monday we shall apply to Circuit Jtidpre, from whose fairness some hope for order restraining: Governor from eanvasfdnfr returns. Also for command to Hoard to begin. Emmons conking opinion for Governor that he, not Hoard, canvasses. We obtained yesterday promise of Governor to pive us notice. Hrown thinks Governor means very noon to publish cooked opinion and declare result for Haves. I judge their frame is rather to intercept returns. Secretary of State meanwhile delays convening Hoard became all returns are not in. Then Governor, on pronnd that Florida may lose her voice, and that h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 15 May 1879

SUPPLEMENT. THE CIPHER DISPATCHES. In the Summer of 1878 Trie N'kw-Yofk Tribuxe found itself in possession of a mass of telegraphic dispatches winch had passed between certain leaders of the Democratic party in New-York City and their confidential agents in various contested States, at the time of the canvass of the electoral Tot in 1870. The whole number of these dis patches was not far from 400. A'oout half of them were in plain English; these, although they were sometimes useful in determining the meaning of xnessages of another kind, related generally to transactions of little importance. The rest were in cipher, and a slight examination was sufficient to fchow that they covered political secrets of the first consequence. We first began dealing seriously with these dis patches during the Summer of 1678. The fact that the publication of the famous " Gobble " message had soon brought forward a person familiar with the cipher in which it was pent, led to the belief that a similar r...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 15 May 1879

SUPPLEMENT. 3 DUTLG VOTES FOR TILDEN. Below are given a- few genis from the Democratic Cipher Telegrams captured and trau slated by Tue Tbtsuxz. IN FLORIDA. Talla., 2. Colonel Pelton, So. 15 Gramercy Part, S. T.: Certificate reonired to Moses derision have Lon don hoar for Bolivia of just and Edinburgh at Mo tel !e band a any over glasgow france rec'd. russia of (Uae Key 7.) 93. Translation. Talla., Pec. 2. Cclond Pelton. 15 Grameren rarl: llaTO just received a proposition to nana over at ny boor required Tilden uecision of Board and cer- any I Marble. tihcate of Governor for 200.000. 9C New-York. Dec. 3. Matctox Marble, Tallahae, Fla.: Warsaw here, Bolivia Brazil. (No sig.) 93. Translation.) New-York. Dec 3. Manton Marble. Tallahassee, fin.: Dispatch here. Proposition too higb.(?) (No. rig.) Gramere v Prk bad reasons uot known to Mr. Marble for c insideriuir his Bolivia" decidedly " Brazil." For on the preceding day the following Had come from, Mr. ooiiev : (85. j Tallahassee, Fla....

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 15 May 1879

4 SUPPLE31 ENT. SEXATOR CBAXDLEJVS SPEECH. No event of the closing night of the Into session of Con press could compare in absorbing interest vith the ten-minute speech made by the Hon Zachanah Chandler in the Senate. It wss a quarter to 3 o'clock in the morning. The hour and the events which immediately preceded it the man and the prominent part lie had played in the most Stirring episodes in our National history served to give to the words he ntte red a significance out of all comparison with the' ordinary coarse of political debate. lie raid : Mr. President: Twenty years ago I. in company with Mr. Jefferson Davis, stood np in this chamber, nd. with him, swore byAltnightvOod that I would support the Constitution of the United Ststes. Jef ferson Davis came from the Cabinet of Franklin Pierce into the Senate of the United States ami took the oath with mo to be faithful to tliis Government. During four years I sat m this lodv with Jefferson Davis and saw tho nieparations Eiing on fro...

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. — 22 May 1879

The Republican. Commisionersl7june70 ADVERTISING RATES. r ivmouth Mean, PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY Euaineri card?, 8 line, $ per year. Special rat g't ren'to regular advertlssr. Legal AdvtTtiecmcnts as regulated by law. Hernie ami transient advertising made know application. J. W. SIDERS 8c CO. Plymouth, Ind. OB) Clinrch and eock-fr announcements, man Oricz: Cor. Michigan k Laportc St, j ife and death notice's, fr. c. . irai I TERMS op SUBSCRIPTION. On copy one rear. In advance 12. 00 Ob eopw lx mouths. In advance $l. oo Ob eopy three months, in advance,. .. 60. Local notices, In Ixxly type, 10 cent per Hup. Insertion; second Insertion S cent. - Jab Tribting on tbc mart favorsblc ternv. VOLUME .23. PLYMOUTH, 'INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. NUMBER 23. P Repulb e BUSUJESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlra in Poet Office Clock. Dwelling on East Side South Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Or. J. M-JENNINGS. 1HTSICIAN AND SURGEON, office with Dr. N. Sherman over Laue...

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. — 22 May 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, May 1879. The Inter-Ocean sent to every sub scriber last Friday a papercontalniDg 196 pages, set solid aod in nonpareil type. It was the Cook county tax Hit and was worth probably twenty thousand dollars to the publishers. The people of Millersburg, Ky., Ju dicial district gave the Democracy a big scare last week. The district is usually Democratic by from 5.000 to 8,000 majority, but the Republican candidate was only beaten a thousand and he carried four counties hereto fore Democratic. The Porter County Videtle says: "Nobody wants soldiers at the polls except to suppress riot and modify thetemperamenta of the blody bull dozers, but when the bourbon briga diers bring rifle rule into requisition at the ballot-box, as the whole is greater that any of its component parts, so no power shall forbid the use of national troops." The Democrats of the House last week succeeded in adjourning until Tuesday. This was done to avoid a rote on the 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. — 22 May 1879

The type las', week made us ssy Buchcr gib cuict iuo preist iuercauiue KjOI The Republican. Thursday, May 22d, 1S79. CITY AND COUNT! : Circuit Court will convene next Monday. The straw berry and Ice cream festival season is here. Gus Wolf has gone to Chicago fur a new stock of goods. Services at the Reform church next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. For neat and artistic job printing go to the Ripcblicajc office. William O rover, of this city, moved to Bremen yesterday. The proceedings of the county temperance convention came too late for publication last week; they will be found on the first page of this paper. Corbln and McKelvy'a real estate offices recentlj almost entirely de stroyed by fire, have been repaired and are now two of the finest offices in the city. Two of our best subscribers, William Bunnell, of Walnut, and F. D. Webb, of Argos, not having time to come to town sent the mon?y this week in care of "Uncle Sam" to pay for Thx Republican. Others may do likewise If they wish. If y...

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. — 22 May 1879

The Republican, Educational Column, j. r. LANGESBAruir. THE PLVCE FOB WOMEN. Oce 0 the principal features or the middle aires I- the recognition of the tact that chtistiauity assigns to wom an a uevr place in the social order of the world, very dilTereut from what it had been before. The deep re spect recorded by that epoch to wom an could not bat eiercie a most powerful and ben ficial influence on humanity; for when inau, confident to his physical force, reign9 alone, we can nerer expect to see real human culture develop itself. There now arose a kind of worship of the beauti ful, and of female beauty in particu lar, and that in a higher and more re fined sense than had been th case with the non-chriatian world. The Greeks, the Kornaus pd1 the Arabians had bestowed praise ou women, as necessary to their happiness, but they treated her only as an iufeiior, and even a- a slave. The christian world set before itself a new i leal. "What man now tries for, is thnt the lady whose affecti...

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. — 29 May 1879

The Republican. ADVERTISING KATES. Pi.i-l.UHro Tht PiUiYi til" ft (i CommIsionerst7junc79 J iica BaMimw cant. 3 lm, I, pr yrar. Jn'rial rat. piv.-rflo ri'ipiW advcrticvr. L.-al .Advertisements a regnlatcd by law. Home an J transieut alvertisin;; made Luown oa application. t Church an J society aiinounceuieuu1, marriage an J death notices. fr,c. local notice, In Iwdy type, 10 ccuts per liue, Bret Insertion; second insertion S ceut. Job frliitlng on the niest favorable terms. J . W. S1DERS & CO.,; i lo 11 W iL . Plymouth, Inu. Office: Cor. Michigan & Laporte Sts. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION, j One copy oqo rear, in advance Ii. W J One copy six motr.iis. in advance f 1. 00 i One copy three months, in advance,. .- 60. I VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1870. NUMBER 24. lymouth TIT) . u n jtepuo BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Offlr ia Post Offlce Block. Dwelling oa Eat SWe South Miehlen Street, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. . Dr. J-M-JENNINGS. 1ntSlCIAN A...

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. — 29 May 1879

The Republican, J. V. SIDERS, Editok. Thursday, May 29th, 1S79. The battle cry of tho Republican party in 1880 will be honest money and an honest ballot. Queen Victoria's sixteenth birthday was celebrated at Montreal, Canada, Saturday, with great enthusiasm. The Brooklyn N. Yn regiment and a number of Provincial regiments were present and a sham battle was fought. The 025,000 of four per cent, ceitifl cates offered for sale at th Indianap 0M3 postofflce Monday morning wer all taken before 11 o'clock. The line of applicants at one time extended out of the postofSce building on to Pennsylvania street. The death of William Lloyd Oarri eon. which had been expected for some days, occurred at 1 o'clock on Saturday night last. The mind of the great abolitionist was unclouded up to an hour before death, and his spirit passed away peacefully. The following In. liana congressmen Toted for the Warner silver bill: De La Matyr, Hoatetltr, New, Cobb and Uicknell, Those voting against It or paired...

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. — 29 May 1879

The Republican. Thursday, May 29th, 1S79. CITY AND C0UNT7. ' Last Saturday was a lively day In town. Decoration day, to-morrow let everybody come. The 8treet9 and roads are In fine condition for driving. The club house at Maxenkuckee will bo completed next week. Strawberries are increasing ia quantity and declining in price. Rev. J. B. Ilenry returned home, Saturday, from a two week's visit in Ohio. Mrs. Henry, of West Alexandria, O'iio, U vUitiug her. son, Itev. J. B. llnry, in this city. Frank OJell I i the light of hh contenance beam on our citizens lor a few days this week. It is said the algebra class exam ination, Monday afternoon, was the most proficient and interesting of any previous. John S. Bender has generously remembered the public by a bran now and substantial sidj-walk in front of Lis residence. Mr. Ii. Nussbaum, of the firm of Nusbaum & Mayer left several days ag) for an extensive visit among old friends in Michigan. McKelvy is building a new barn, Montgomery's l...

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. — 29 May 1879

The Republican. Longitude Naught. livery young .person who will read lhU article probably knows that lon . gitmle U the distance measured east and west from a given point on the earth, and that longitude nauj t ia the given point, in this ease, the town of Greenwich, England, which Barne I am sure they all have seen on the margins of their cuj3. I do not mean to say that there is no other longitude naught, because the numbering f the Hues of longi tude may begin anywhere, but prac tically, Greenwich is this poiat, since, you may be sure, when the longitude ef any place is mentioned in English, it is reckoned from Greenwich. One of the edifices to which the public is admitted is that which con tains the Great Painted Hal1. The veiling of the hall is covered with an immense painting, intended to show what a powerful nation the British is, and the walls are bunj with a great many pictures of n val fights in whu-h the EnglUh are coming out best. For this reason, probably, there are no p...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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