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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 January 1870

THE DEMOCRAT. ftews About Home. There tr; yot a goodljf number of our patrons who have not made settlemeat of their accounts for the past year. We hope noRe of thein will further neglect it. bul coaio forward und uuako immediate settlement. The pr-sent trcather is very hard on wheat- Tll Warsaw Indianian man annoan003 his determination to keep on calling democrats '-copperheads." Wc don't blame him. It is all the argument he id , ca pabk of. Last Monlay was the -bracingest' day of t'ic seas I Mr. CusFlMAN, clerk of the circuit court, iwforasa m that there are over two I hundred cases docketeJ for tri il at the ; February term of the court, and that the number will most likely 1 e increased to three hundred. There a times when dull times make lively timts eo m stamen. Last Tuesday was pay-day on the P. Ft. W k C railway, to the monthly dlight of all the employes. No attempt has yet been made to fi 1 the ice-houses. The ice has been too thin, although the last cold snap may have added...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 20 January 1870

w York and the 15th Amendment. Mav the people und what the people have done ! Or. to put the case more ac ! curately, may the people undo what has been improperly ilone in their name ? The Republican' party, almost with one voire sav n, their opp tients say yes. The event that broaches this important ouestion is the repeal, by the State of New irk. of its ratification of the Fifteenth amendment. The ratification was enacted by the last Legislature of the State; tin- repeal has been enacted by the present ne. The latter act goes before the world with a clearer stamp of the popular authority, and as a m re accurate expression of the public will, in that it is the work of representatives freshly chosen by the people, and shosen, too, partly on this very issue. The ratification by th last Legislature was in disregard of the will of the people ; the undoing of it is an obedience of the popular will. If this fa not true, then frith acts, the ratificat:on and the repsal, are faithful expre...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 January 1870

POETRY. BY AND BY. BT L. D. Xirnnw. n-KN Bttti childish hum, Wh' for fftiirifd food they slijh, Mtft the h pe-lefrring word " By ami by, dear ; by and by." Wlien will Johnny be a man I.ik-5 p ipa. o tall and hiirn When can hu Bit up at night?" M By aud by. dear ; by and by." W hen will winter o away? h-n will coma Fourth V July?' Whru can Nell long dr wear? ' By an i by, dear ; y and by." " Br.n1 bJ" tb country teem V !i re J! gloriea waiiinc lie : And hen diiiayvnointmenr com?. Tuar are dried Witt " By and by." f- M h bright hope the yonng hearts form, IrfMgiKgi fond, amottiotn hiirh. Watt Vneath. the rainbow-arch the laud of " By and by." tlMae ;rnwn, "tia y-t the same : Though the raiubows farther fly. Mocking oft onr esjrer chase. We prcaa on K By and by." II on or there, and true Iotu crowned. Gold, and all that gold can btiv ; rreMit toil, ick "hope defcrr-. d," We can bear till " By and by.' "Year roll rni-omc fair, some al Aire and death are ill en Im nijli; Look we npward -...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 January 1870

THE DEMOCRAT. PLAIT (CcDOIf ALD, I" 1'Wurttny-. Jaury '-if . 17. Democratic Slate Ticket. For Saeretar ,.f State, NOll.MA.N EDtf , of St Joseph. Fcf AiKÜtor of State, JOHN C. SBOEM IKEft, f Ferry. F T ntfnrn f State, J AHES B. UYA.W of Marion. I r 1 1 orufv fl 'nersl, InTLESS W. HÄNNA, of Tig Vor 9trneriatenta1 of Public Instruction, Xiit rr P.. HOPKINS, of IfeatfMMvpi For Jii'lo? of S'ur.rcme Court, JaMF. L WÖRDES, of A'!?n ; ILKX V5DCB C. DOWNEY, of Ohio; l. BTSKIRK. of Monro ; JOHN PETTIT, of Tinpecaofi . PCCCUCJ. J " Demorats who draw their political The editor of the Vtipir iio Videtle, j inspiration from the fountain of intelliwha nrnsVijei to a Christian gentle- ' genes over which fee presides, will be saan. a preacher of the gospel, and president r.f a college in speaking r f the Candida a on the Democratic state ticket, nays, of S. II. BcSnTJRK, candidate fbf supre ne judge : M The nomination of this dead 1 eat' oi Democracy i obH another evidence of tue utter unfitness of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 January 1870

wtra TBE DEMOCRAT. Sous About Home. Our friends wiü .lease bear in mind tbit articles and advertisements fr insertion in The DSttOCTUS must Le handed ia BOl later than Tue-1 ,v eveninc: precediajg the day oi publication. We intend to enforce tLis rule more nrictly in the future; than we have in the past, as cur pnper has on several occasions been delayed by its non .bscrvance. Tns u fortune'' business is just now havlnc: a heavy run. There are few ; localities bnt can boast of fortunes j Vitien hare recently fallen to some of tbdr citizens, bv the death of relatives in the 44 old country." Plvmouth docs not df ,vnd on such foundatioaless hems ST for a sensation. We have a private letter from John XdTv irr wni".in V O QTt tlit ftaH. M x. , 4, I now at Austin. evada, enjoying the t. j rerr pleasant aocietj of his and our pleasant society f; ien 1. W, K. Logan, formerly a resideut of this town. McD. says we may ghortly expect a letter for publication. We hope to receive it in time for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 27 January 1870

Fcoiiomy. The following is the tetesapbk report of thespccWi ot' Mr. PiWM, Chairman of the Coramitte of Appropriation, in the national limine of Heprescutatives, on the 13th. Tin- bill tiruier discussion was the one providing fof the transfer of the Phi ladelphia Navy Yard to League Island: Mr. Dawes, of M assachttsetts, opposed UM hill, because under it the Secretary of the Navy could sell $oMM)0,0u0 ot property at private sale, of the Philadelphia navy yard, to whom he pleased, when he pleased and at what terms he pleased, the only obligation on hira beinir that he should obtain the approval of the President, who, from the nature of his duties, could pay 0 attention to the proceedings; becaus the Treasury was not in funds abundant cnoinrh to undertake the work; and because this being a time of MOM no en-lar-r. rn. nt of the navy yard is needed. Mr I ) iwes criticised the estimates furnish ed by Tin- Navy PcjMltlllf, which pro mm, besides eight hundred thousand for Leatrue Island, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 February 1870

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMEX rr WORK AND THINK. H. Mwri. four- and anvils ringing. njaBfag mwd day long. I?i rt.-i j.-toiK i. Toice are !ingin 'I'lirilty Labr iron ong. I rum a thousand fly wheels hounding, Frnm a thon?and hnmming looms. N'irht and duv the not' ar- sounding Thronen the misty fact'ry rom. I. i-rcn r workmen, to their play TVn-' advice in every clink: Still they're nirir still they're saving Wbüst you labor, learn to MM F Ehiafe what power lies within von. Kor what triumphs y mr- formed. IT. in aid of bone and rteew, lUarts by emulation wanned. I:'h!y thonirN ve won ami cherish. Wh r shall hold v;ir spirits down ? H Ml hall rr.ike your high hope erih ? Why shall ye and P'ortune frown? yon wi -h for protit. planre t Thirst at Learning's fount to drink ? rave ye honor, fame or treSMfe! Yc the Aerius hive work ar. 1 think ! T fa '.' but not MOf afBvBUJ Lik; the horse from dav to day ; Think : hut not alone of giring Health for clf. or soul for pav '. Tlcnk ! Oh. 1m- mkMmi n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 February 1870

rI"y ? E TT1 'i'V'lPD HH ' putj by the name of S.-.tt and Chap- . ! 1 ' asan, saw. into a aauaa wish two of the ? R. V S VALKK N 3UBUI1 - Editor. Tbwwl IJ . l riM-norj- 3. I 70. D2Borrat2c Male Ticket. Pto Secretary of State, NO UM AN EPDY, ef St' Jos?pl . Fiv la ii'nr f Stale, JOHN C. SHOE H kKER, of Terry. For Vrensvrer of S'-'tp, JAM KS I. K1 lit, of Katies For tisrSrj d -serai. BATTE39 If. MANNA, of Ti?o. For ?apciat cedent sf Pablie faad ruction, WU.71X& B. ÜOPKIXS, or Montgomery. f 'ear Jiid- tt fjanai HI Court, JMKS L WORDEN, of Alk; A1.F..NJ!T C. IK)W5EY, of Ohio; BAHUKt H. RUSKIKK, of Monroe; rLtllr, 01 tippecanoc. a j bins of 0:sr K?aJac fri-on! Th e animal re'- ol trie worn; the northern rtnd c uthern ?t.:te nris -ns C r i?u paal rear, snd of their P . " eeedi no, hsrreeeaUy I een published, 4. - T. .:.. -,.,.,.1 .1.. O. r n,. items of iofoTahitumaffl iltihud; By arjcahising the Btatett!0ts ff the two prisjoB north an l KUth. some WJ mwresi u tlatencer.is whic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 February 1870

kboiil florae. a us S. A. CaAVfSS Still pretch at We t:rvi It hafl next Sfudaj forenoon and evening We acknowledge our indebtednss to 8. Iv TT v mi . ofOgdest, T'tah terri- ? : v f r late papers from that region cf country. It is annonneed that Gel Eihy de etiara ike m minatit'n t uderrd him hy the 8th 't January convention. The state committee will dovbtkta il the ja: -v. vk hare resetted frop the publisher Of I)S3HMCEST'fl MoM iT.Y a fir.r. l.iruc Bteel cner;ivinr entitled "The FlO-XtC en the F -urh ef J?y.n The scene is a very animated one, H scenting satt happy facea, rural BCCDCtT, river view. Ac ' TVe pu!lih elsewhere nn article on the kbjeet of taxation to aid in building ilk new rsüroad Our eabnaisaji open for the use of those tjcntring to present their Tiewi either fur or wgiisjtt the proposition to take tstek by tasaticn. As sleighing p: : t i . s .eemtobe the füVr of the ilaj, Plynwuth, not to be behind the baLnce ofworldacstta d putation to the neihborimi tovn of Breden,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 3 February 1870

Tlie Democratic rarty. Dunn.: the dehnte m me senate, dunu.iry 2'Jth; Mr. Morrill, ot erntont, BHMM an att.u k on the Dt-nrnt racy, which was ahly ilcitnileU hy Mr. Salisbury, of Delaware, We copy from the C'ongrei-otai il lobe. Mr. Salisbury Mr. President, the siknee of the Democratic members ot this body during this debate has, on several asions, met with animadversions on the 1. w T a If tlwi nf Oilier siue. i ior luvsiu, u, ;iui in tu i - . . I it, or rather 1 should ay, 1 am tired oi some things which constantly, notwithstanding prtimfunf v. notwithstanding our silence, have been said in reference io the oartv la which I belong. There htfl not been a single ay since this debate commenced that some per sons, vary wise in their own conceits, hnve not seen proper to speak in very disparaging terms of the Democratic party. We have heard to-day from one Senator that he has more confidence in the people of Virginia than he has in the Democrat ic rwrtv I do not know what his conti - d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 February 1870

POETRY. YOUTHS' DE1AIIT51ENT BY MART A. DKXISON. Brssir is e;ghtr-aerrn, and I am two year more ; W; littl thought to linger her- over laansSBN : ir Me i- like a strip f and the grxr sen rcct)f I p t tie- border of ttut .hur whWN ailcurj s.ecps. MvoM wir. Banst ' Someilmes, when tee suu m 'Mini nghl and frhaetow, gazing toward the town, Tb. kM town, hSM Ihetail spires catch iMtn1! first MTU ; It wi- a auafta 0r straight pine trees in our roans uy. Our firm wa ther; -'"l.ien pTd, S.'ui.-i iiue 1 wuiktd :( r.f.tid : to tili the roarl scrrncl sioging, and sometime? I I net mtxwiMai, wife. nmI Tom lun il end. with I..1 ucec6, ie'un. the milW what 1 with son. fear II j v:ia a ta.inusonie voulr.. wore oefr rl.itho-. than 1. II: f.ithur, too, waa richest, thaiih I owned the sky. And all the honnteotit fields r earth niv freehold -eniel : What i . lih, wiltl.tte-liciou dreams my light lieart ureamd ! Von wore your pretty h.i'r fust as rou wear it now, 1 n i v . tried, Mnalbly, lrlght airuin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 February 1870

Tin: Democrat. T. F.VNVM KKT.ri;',ll t rLA'i'T McPuNALi). i Thursday. Ffhmary 10, 1S7. DeoMcratic Stau Ticke!. F-.r Secrretai v f State, Norman EDBY, ol & Joseph. For Auditor of St;ue. JOIIN C. SHOEMAKER, of Petty. For Treasurer of S'nte. JAMES a It V X. f Xarioa. For Attorney taeaeoal, lUYir W liN' iTTiM. F : gaaenrfntssee1 of Pablie Instruetioa. MILTON B. HOPKINS, of Montgomery, ! i Ji'.'?.-- of Bantetae Court, JAMES T.. WORDEN, of Allen; AI EXANDER I . DOWNEY, of Ohio; SAMUEL H. BUS KIRK, of Monroe ; John rent?, of fipfecaaee. SoinrtliaUK turtln, r on the UeeesK'y ncstien. The Wette i exnlanatioa of its former arti-l. s relative- to the candidates on the Pemocratio state ticket, n as week I and spiritless ns It- f. rmer articles were false and abusive. Its e-tauuient that ! Judge pF.TTiT has been kuown Vv the MM af "dirty dog," '4;n all political circles, since 10 1," is without any foundation in fact. Having been honCT ored hx trie Pcrnocraiic "circle" with as high o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 February 1870

MMMMHMI THE PLY! rn i PVSLISHEO KVEKY Tlll liSP iT HT VANVflHENSURGH Ä föcDÖSäLD. Terms of Subscription: One fear, in advnsc, . Six mot. .-. " Thre; months " .fS pn . 1 ( . 54 Local ahd Miscellaneous. Tufre H a new bell OtJ the public rtrh ol bnildlnsr. BtoOWlf, the drug store man. las cur tT-.-i.k I - qnantxty of Harriot's writing flu". 1. Kern W'i.iiams. of the Northern JhrfKiMUMir, ea&etl n few momentf bei Tueslr- eTeninsr. Last Saturday ras a u throng dny." i althonuh the sawmill of bn uuesa trans acted was not startliBg. Wl arc under eb1iratioiis to Mr. J. C Cl ii MAX. :nr efficient c unty clerk, for c-urt docket items. Cr ea vr.T. an i k Horomroic, of the City Qrocerv Mrc. have a word to thsir friends and the public in to day's paper. Call and see then. Tiik tax -ales, last Monday, were a b&bb affair. oaJy twenty-five pieces of i.A. out of f ur hundred, being sld. Another evidence of the great kscness" iu money circles. Thos. Mrl. nali, amnguee of J. TJ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 10 February 1870

Eirly laCwafi Utmw SteuheuOii. George Stephen sob, 11m r.iilwnv enmtmm m h rn at Wften.il the extreme north -f England, in 171. His pan-nts wear a cmiul, mra-wotming couple, lli enmlsga of his .at her wi re about apeei p l k. Mad, as there wire six c'i?Mr-ri in the family, then wa little t Bpare l'r etothiag, ami nothing for education, m that MM of thr ehiMrrn were Hint la ch' '. Tm senior w;is tlistmgnished for genial nature, ami WMmch teeraed an! beloved !v his fcllow-wnrk-nu n ; be was a good nuwnter of mwatie stories, and had a strong "aMCt ten tr bird ami bmmIiI Be wan a dose obi rver of naturr, and, in the pleasant sense of the simile, may fe3 sai.l to have lived in !. eoaMBMUrioa artta her. Trevi'hiok m of the ancient Iiri'i-h or original Celtic stock, ami was bfoagfet mm in h bmM sad genial clissstS of tbc ...nth of Knjlaml. Whatever nurture Ibc man Wettcsitiil and ptactical Oeorge IStepMMon received v.s in th- cola, .lamp, lri..lv atmosphere of the North. The stock be spran...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 February 1870

POETRY. YOUTHS' DEPARTMENT RISK. Is the quiet or the fvemnij Two are walking in unreal : Man ha touched a jealous natnre Anger burns iu woman's breast. (These are neither wed nor plighted, let the maybe hangs as near And m fragrant a the wiid-rose W tiieh their garment hardly clear; A od as briery, too. you fancy ? well, perfcap so some aad'morn w ish they never had '.en born'. Happy oatpa iid honest pleading Hat m iiccre or a m: er : Sir e keenly har ahe listened she vowed aho would not hear. N ii a gr-.-at oak pirts the pathway. WatmiTI gratify your mood : To the rirht let this divide yon; It will all be understood." No Qapriea, with childih weaknep, Tel with subtlety of thought, WMwpored in the ear of woman. Law, with dread, the answer sought. Was it uperstitiou taelinj Htmck at once the haart of two -INd ho -.een proud eves hnirorry ror what little feet must do? Pot he stretched an arm towards her. 1 uin' nothing mit th- air, H lying nothing - iust the motion Drew, without offen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 February 1870

The Demockat. t. t: VAjnr.AbKExr.CJlOD Pf. VI T M . D .- A JBOItofS. Tltttl Bai . Fchrnnrn, 1 8 I O Uftmllt Maie Ticket, Kv Seerriarr 0 " NoiiM an wwr. f st- j : h Fe A utTtAr sf State, JOHN" C. 8BMAKB, oC Parry. Frr Tfwt'Brayr of Ftate, JAM KS ft 11 VAN, el .Virion. T After y fl neraf, Alf f VkfO 11 TT t WW & . , - - Daiiteoa . DAii.iA, : ICO. v,j'-.rr Paf Super! ntsn l-nt of V ' . MI LT": & HOPKINS, f V 1 J ü I .-. ,,f gyp "AM KS .. WÖRDEN. r.r j ALEX ITTDEfl f5. Tv M V MM! EL H. BFSKIRK, af' i X PXf'flT, " Tip? ißery. r Ohi Mit ,e: ü nc w MjTor n&O. 1 - - 1 an n riewmg 1 3 surgFhis eas . which wc hare on two fr- v"";'-' which our socLd world is ;r occasions referred i . still continues to agitate the pnblle n.:n 1 in our co.. Saunity, and der: r::'- from ns, andei :'. ?rm!malaafflTi7 an axpbnatici cf the - .rr. we occupy in relation to tha iatter. 1 .., a v - , . Aitcougn we nave no ociaJ notice of " . hi . cno t, it is w Li Known iat irT-rar-d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 February 1870

D.m pi VFriTTT-JT PPMnnTl m bn! previous to her .1 ith mad a si tte1111 riiiJIJ. LlJiiiüjiiüi. went implwÄting the parties referred V'JiyaLKErlSURGH & McS0OLB. Tenr.3 Of Gtibccriotion: Om ;r hi w&nutn fiw ! TimnontiM ' . a I Local m MisciXLiiTiitoua. Wavss's Jakü Short! Uoea lie RtjmUiam, or any of the "fiwl f..mi-iic-1 ui toirn, 3fs Jri.i.v ... v.ilj of vrA-:iiNC-to-Ttritr, died In t&a plaee bst Fl i iar n:"r:in'. T Ai 1 t i.to a rt AKvaaml nftt.TITA f.r IJUV- ' , . . ' . ; ;. , searee, and not being m the sesnaUoiuil t line 0i the profession. WO nave n-y. iClt 1 like narttrftetnrino: any. -r, ., . . . . t Ihjwm HmT,theuVaTnrm,ashedl i caeef his fineera bat Xhursdaj, rith I - , . 1 iM i ahca-relofwhisky. rh saaao has caaaed J -,r- o ,. I ' h-s.l t h fan in I natBJ a Ban SOeael tO D imnieo. j Ta grand jury visited the residence I Tut grand jury vnuted me residence of An:: a KoaP l i t Tuesday. It i lesaarkabk fa I that thci nave not yet What las t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 17 February 1870

A Royal Gullirer on his Travels. HU VISITS THR KIN"'. OF TIROBDIS iNAfl, WITH WHOM HE CONVRRSES ON AFFAIRS OK STATE, AND FRfM WHOM nE LEARNS Mi en CONCERNING nOW TO GOVERN A NATION. Correspondence of the Cincinnati Enqnircr. WAsniN;TON, Jan. 2S, 1370. The Prince visited the White House t (lav, anc spent an hour in conversation With UM President. He is said to have been highly entertained and deeply interSSjsd in Gen. Grant's quiet taik." JRfSs York Pit per. During kil travels through BrobJingrm?. Gullivt-r had heard so much about the kin of this irreat nation that he was unwilling to leave the countrv until he had M him. He I cordingly availed hims If of Um trat opportunity after his arrival in Um vicinity of the palace; and was soon ushered into his maiestv's presence. The chief BrobdhlcaagMa minister, Hon. Mr. LeriaUHUi (whom the people of Brooding na h ive niekn.imed Fish) escorted him to the palace. The two hail no sooner eitcrol the royal presence chamber than Gulliver started ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 24 February 1870

V POETRY. YOUTHS' COLUMN. s ; I SUN AND RAIN. A Yorxo wife rtood at the Itttlce-pane. In a study ssl and " brown," Watching the dreary, ceaseless rain. Steadily pouring down Drip. drip. drip. Tt kept on Its tireless play : And the poor little woman sighed, '-Ah me' What a wretched, weary day ." An SMBf hand at the door, A step a- of one in haste. A kl- on h-:r lips orce more. And an arm around her wakt : ... . , Throb, throb, throb. Went her little heart, grateful and gay, A she thonght,with a smile, -Well, ufter all, It isn t so anil a day !" Konrot va the plashing rain. Audthe lowering kie ahore. 'or the sombre room was lighted again By the blesd nn of love : Love. lore. loTe !" Rin the little wife's murmur'd lav; Without it may threaten and frown if it w'li; Within, wh.it a golden day 1" BL USB NOT, HONEST TOILER. u blush not. honest toiler! No canse for shame hast thou ! Though horny skin be on thy hands. And sweat-drops on thy brow; Although thy face mir bo begrimed With coal-d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Democrat — 24 February 1870

The Democrat. U. 15. TANVALKENBUROn. t PLATT McDONALD, Thursday, February 34, 1870. Democrat k State Ticket. For Secretary of State, NORMAN EDDY,' of St- Joseph. For Aaclitor of State, JOIIN C SHOEMAKER, of Perry. For Tff "HFer of Snr, JAMES B. RYAN, of MarionFr Attorncr General, BAYLE3S W. II ANN A, of Vigo. For Siipcrinten ln of Public Instruction MILTON BL HOPKINS, of Montgomery. For Jr. Igea "f Supreme Court, JAMES L. HoRDEN. of Allen: ALEXANDER C. DOWNEY, of Ohio; SAMUEL II BUS KIRK, of Monroe; J0V3 PETTIT, of Tippecanoe. The Family. It has ever been the- buast "f the Ite publican party that their leadera were thoroughly united. Mid working hnrui -n.omly f r the siice- of their princtpies, never exhibiting any personal piques or anim s'uies. This, if true, would be a delightful state affairs Untbrtunatelv. there will occasional !v appear on the surface of the political cauldron evidevces of a want of harmony, and a proper degree of personal respect for each other on the part of...

Publication Title: Plymouth Democrat, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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