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

The Republican. HUSHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. jFFict: Cor. Michigan Laporte Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one Fear. iaailvacce $2. ne eopr six mon.hs. in advanee $1. x Obo opy three months, in advance 50. The Plymouth Republican. VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1879. XTMHEU '21. ADVERTISING RATES. Piiwncn card. 5 llnr, $6. per year. Special rat-ia (riTento regular advertiw. I--fl Advertisements as repainted by law. Ho.m an J transient advcrtiaiuf marie known oav application. Chnrrh nd awietjr annoanremenU. mariiare and death i.otkca. fne. local notices, Jn body type, 10 cents per lUie, Irst Insertion; second insertion 5 cents. Jab rr'.iitins on (he mst favorable terms. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. A Mimical Courtship. T. A. B OR TON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Ofloe in Post Office Bloc. Dwelling on Kat Sidv South Michigan street, fLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Ilia nam was Tim Panni- av plared on the drum ; Ami he loved Clari Ne a he dhi sugur-plum; ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 May 1879

The Republican. Till it so ay, May Sih, is7 Congressman ßaker ria'ben summoned borne from Washington oq account of sickness in hia family. The municipal elections in this State, Tuesday, resulted In large Republican gains almost every where. Warn tmagtm letter, to the Democratic si le, he said: nUfWtaftfl m tlie i'olls. WASHiMiTos, May 2, 1871. "What the country need, and what Harper' Weekly which has always I wiite to day from a city iu which j the South needs, is not more green- been conservative says: "The defhe Ropirblirun party has sturdy backs. What you want down there maud for prohibiting national prorepresentatives in the Congress, the 1 rs to go to work. You want to raise I tectlon of voters at the polls comes Cabinet and the White House. We in Mississippi more corn and less from those who are themselves re- have not ma)ority of rotes, though ' eussedness. Tou want aore hogs we have a vast preponderant of ' and fees humbug. Tou must raise brains, in the first mentioned body...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 May 1879

The Republican. TwiWjT, Mav Slh, 1S79. a '-i .1 mj. i ' CiTTAND COl'XTi. The weather is too coM for comfortable Ashing. Mi Clara Hni y of B .flu ster, in visiting at J. W. Cleavalund's. J. V. Wiltfoatf is puMing a two story bouse in front of his oll one. Albeit tV --i" t It M ioW Iii- Mffl tiwil to IM. Ktarf :tn l i- gwtag to indinapoU. Wui. Schofiel.l, a North township Robert Neil was certain Tuesday evening after the votes were counted, that he could have been elected if Logan had not been a candidate, although the fact was staring him in the face that Kukn had thirty live votes more than were given to Neil and L gaa combined, yet Kuhn was beaten. ' Henry Stanley, a prominent citizen residing near Tyner City, started to lead a bull from his farm to a place in the vieiuity of Argos, S itnrday. -F 1 1 t ;t-i be reached I lie oafoMrte f IMym tilth sftf through i. the bull from öoiue came bfoaate eftj raged and attacked Mr. Stanley, gor ing him in the region of tho abdomi- IMVOOD. BY ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 8 May 1879

The Republican. Educational Column. i. F. I IIHIM A SHORT SE3MOX KOR PARENTS. fTake thin child aw.y, a: 1 cnrs- it tonus, an 1 1 willpTeUi.ftny w.'?. Bt. ii.. 9. Train op a chiW In the j h- sV.aM go. . in I when tie is old he will not depart IroiU 1 lic xxii., A. As most, if not all of the literal passages of the Bible may be interpreted also spiritually, so with tne address of Pharaoh's daughter to the mother of Mo A As the young Farming that Don't ray, kuk hatad Burlington. I thought : Whether there are many kinds of , If it's Hat the Keokuk folks will tell farming tbat pay may be an open ; me so. Mr?. Burdettd said that, as question, but that there are Tery she was responsible for that lecture, many farm practices that dou't pay she was going to hear the first dell beyond a doubt. It don't say to j livery. So I carried her aboard the be caught at this time of the year I cars, we went down to Keokuk and without a wood pile largo enough to they pronounced it good." last twelve mont...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. S1DERS Sc CO., Plymouth, In.;. Jffice: Cor. Michigan & Laporrc Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. OneoopTono ye;ir. in drance t2. W One copy six months, in advance $1. 00 One "opy three months, in iid' ance,- 5. The p I y mouth Republi VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY. MAY 15, 1879. ADVKRTISING RATES. Buaineaa car.la. 5 Y.if, $45, per yea. SM'c ial rat j g.v n'jn ren!ar advertifvr. I . AiU-rrtin 'iiifülp n rcgtsla'ed hy law. Home an1 trramcnt alvcrtisiiii made ki.otm tm application. Chnrch and pocirtr annoo .cement a, marriage and death bot ice, fr e. Lora! notier, in body typo, 10 rent per lino, Bret insertion; Fecund insertion S cents. NlJMHKIi 22. Joh rriiiting on thc me.rt favorable term. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BOKTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Oflli-e in Post OMce Block. Dwelling on East Side South MhU;xii street, PLYMOUTH, IXÜIAXA. The Telegraph and Telephone. BT C. P. CRANCH. Dr. J M JENNINGS. 1)HYSK'IAN AND SURGEON, offl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

The Republican. I. W. S1DERS, Em i . TiiUKsnAY, May 15th, 1S79. The laws of Imllann adopted at the last session of the legislature will I o published and in fuiee within the next thirty days. Copious showers of rain havo i 4ited many parts of the west ami north-west, duritg the last week, which have heen suffering from drouth, and everybody is now en couraged. There is one fact which the Democrats and Nationals say rery little about, and that is the refunding operation of Secretary Sherman, which have saved the government over fifteen millions of dollars in annuul interest. The real question before Congress, rights and privileges of the colored as presented in the bills which the : people, and reduce then ' o a state of Democracy have been trying to force ! actual serfdom, and the address en- the rroside.it to sign, is the supremacy of State sovereijnty over the national government: and Democrats North and South will have to learn what it seems they ought to have learned lon years a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

The Republican. Thursday, May 15th, 1S79. CITY AND COUNT. A lijht shower of rain yesterday dl'J much good, but more is needed. E W. Helm is lying dangerously ill with dropsy at his residence in west Plymouth. We are going to have a new j lil. SdC adTertUement 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. Mrs. Stevens, wife of James Stevens, of this city, U suff ring much from a virulent cancer 011 her Hp. The boya now have a minnow reservoir at Thayer's fountain, from which fisherman are supplied with bait. The Bhedd Si.ters left Tueuday morning for Hobart. Cal. Sin Dinger, we understand goes with them as manager. We will send the REprBLicis from now until the first of January and the Cinciaaati Weekly Tim s, one j ar, for two dollars. M. W. D jwney has returned from kU western trip, and tal...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

The Republican. i ers of fashion and idleness, you are no more fit for matrimony tlian a pullet to look after a brood of four- Kdiu-Hlional Colmnn. 9. 9. icMonucm HOW ME OF t.ENIf" f ON VERSE Taaao'd conversation was neither gay nor brilliant, D.inton was oi her aciturn or satirical. Gray svhl'Mii ' alkd or smiled. Battel VM wllma biting. Hogarth and Smith -re very absent-miuded in ompany. I Miiton was unsociable, aud even irri fable when BSSesed into conversation. Kirwao, though eoptoos and cloq iei.t in public addresses, was meagre am) dull in colloquial discourse. L i Foo faine appeared heavy, coarse, aud stupid; heoulJnot speak and de criba what he hid just seen; but then he was a model of poetry. Chan cer's silence was moie agro.-ab!- than bis conversation. Pryden's c KVM ?ation was slow aud dull, hi- hum uutiiical and reserved. Corneill-, in rjjnVersatlon, wjs so insipid that he never failed of wearing; he did not ; -peak correctly the language of which he was such a master. I...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

SUPPLEMENT. TELL-TALE FAC-SIMILES OF ORIGINAL DISPATCHES. A COMPARISON BETWEEN A SIGNIFICANT TELBOIAM OF "MOSES" AND ONE SIGNED BY MANTON MARBLE, Translation. Tallahassee, Nov. 10. Colonel Peltox, 15 Grnmerry Park, Sew-Tork : To Russia Tilden. reiieatinjr twentv-tive cipher only. Herald will have news of onr work hitherto Monday. V e shall demand to know from what eonnties n turns received. Iloejdej are shall api'ly to Circ uit .ludire, from whose fairness some hope for order rest raining Governor from rannuwus returns. Also for '.min.ml t Boanl to Detail. Knimons conking opinion for Governor thai hp, not Board, canvasses. We obtained vetrrday promise of Governor to give ns notice. Brown tliinks Governor means very soon to publish Booked opinion and declare result for Haves. I j ml ire their eame is rather to intercept returns. Secretary State raean while delaya tonmag Board became all retarns are not in. Then Governor, on ground that Florida may lose her voice, and that he has auth...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

SUPPLEMENT. THE CIPHER DISPA TCHM8. In the Stimmer of 17 Tub Nkw-York Triptxk fnond itself in possession of a mass of telegraphic dispatches which 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 vote in 1S7'. The whole number of these dispatches was not far from 400. A'nout half of tin in were in plain English : these, although they were Sometimes useful in determining the meaning of messages of another kind, related generally to transactions of little importance. The rest were in cipher, and a slight examination was sufficient to show that tiny covered political Beercts of the first Consequence. "We first began dealing seriously with these dispatches during the Summer of 1878. The fact that the publication of the famous "Gobble" message had soon brought forward a person familiar with the cipher in which it was sent, led to the belief that a similar resu...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

SI PPLEMENT. 3 BUYING VOTES FOR TILDEN. Below are given a few gems from the-. Democratic Cipher Telegrams captured and translated by The Tmbukk. IN FLORIDA. 193.1 Tai la., 2 Colonel Pklton. Xo. 15 Gramerm Park, X. Y.: Certificate reonired to Moses in cision have Lon don honr for Bolivia of iust and Edinburgh at Mo- Belle band a any over glasgow franco ree'd. russia of (Lae key 7.) 93. Translation. rIXA., Pec. 2. Colonol Pklton, 15 Gramercy rark: Have just received a proposition to hand over at any boor required Tilden neeision of Board and certificate of Governor for .200.000. IUKK 196. Nfw-ork, Dec. 3. Ma?tox Marble, Taltahae, Fla.: Warsaw here, Bolivia Brazil. (No sig.) .. Translation.) Nkw-'ork. Dec 3. Manton Mabbi.f. Tallahaee, Flu.: Dispatch here. Proposition too high.l?) (No. sig.) Gramercy P.irk had reasons uot known to Mr. Marble for . nsidering his "Bolivia" decidedly " Brazil." For on the preceding day the following had come from Mr. Wool lev : 85. 1 Tallahas-ke. Fla., Dec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 15 May 1879

4 SUPPLE 31 R7TT. SENATOR CHANDLER'S SPEECH. No event of the closing night of the late session of Coneress could compare in alisoiliinsr intere-r with the ten-miiiTito speech made If the Baa Zachanah Chandler in the Senate. It wis a quarter to I o'clock in the moraine. The hour anil the events which immediately preceded it the M and the prominent part he had played m the. most sttrrine episodes in onr Naiional history served to givo to the words he uttered a si'innicanee out of all comparison with the ordinary coarse of political debate. He Faid : Mr. iHnnri Twenty years ago I. in MHpn with Mr. Jefferson Davis, stood np m th's ehamh r, and, with him, swore by Aluinrhty God thai 1 would support the Constitution of the unifted8tstee. Jefferson Davis came from the Cahiuet ol Franklin Pierce into the Senate ot the United Starrs and took the oath with nie to he faithful to this Government. During four years I sat in this body with Jefferson Davis anl sasr. tUe us epai at was gnnar on fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 22 May 1879

r The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. 0?riCE: Cor. Michigan x Laportc St. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. On copy one rear, in advance f 2. 00 Ob eops six mouths, in advance $1. oo One oopy three months, in advance,. .. so. Commisionersl7june79 The Plymouth Republican. rB VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 22, 1879. NUMBER 2:-. ADVERTISING RATES, Buaine-t cvd.-, 5 line, j. per year. Sprcial rat j giretio rt-utiiar adriertlsar.' Lfjrnl AdvtTtiBiMncnfs m regitlatrd hy law. Hi tiii- ml trausient a lirerUeiog made known on application. Church aud society annoufleementa, man tage and i ! at h Doth ca. fr. c. Local notice, fn body type, 10 cents per Hue, Urs Insertion; second insertion 5 ceutr. - Jali I rititing on tbc mast favorahlc t' rm-. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OttVe in Poet Office Block. Dwelling on Fx-? Side South Hit higan Bftaaaij PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. Dr. J M JENNINGS. 1)HYSICIAN AND 8ÜBOEOH. offlco wi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 22 May 1879

f The Republican, J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, May 22c!, 1879. The Inter-Ocean sent to every subscriber last Friday a paper containing 196 pages, set solid and in nonpareil type. It was the Cook county tax lUt and was worth probably twenty thousand dollars to the publishers. The people of Millersburg, Ky., Judicial district gave the Democracy a big scare last week. The district is usually Democratic by from 5,000 to 8,000 majotity, but the Republican candidate was only beaten a thousand and he carried four counties heretofore Democratic. The Porter County Vidette says: "Nobody wants soldiers at tho polls except to suppress riot and raodif j thetemperamente of the blody bulldozers, 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 o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 22 May 1879

The Republican. Thursday, May 22d, 1S79. Crr AND COUNT! Circuit Court will convene next Monday. The straw beny and ice cream Festival season is here. Ous Wolf has gone to Chicago for a new toek of goods. Services at the Reform church next Sunday at 10:30 a. m. For neat and artistic job printing go to the Republican office. William Orover, of this city, moved to Bremen yesterday. Arrangements are making for the orgaaiz ttlon of a shooting club in Plymouth. George Cochrun, husband of Fredie Prater, is io j dl for engaging in a riot at Bourbon. Dr. Jennings returned from Central Kansas last week. He says crop proprcts are excellent. Budd Mattlngl. of the Bourbon Mirror, was in town Monday evening, having spent Sunday in Rochester. Reformed church social at Mrs. Tockey'4 next Thursday evening, May 29th. Ererybody is invited. It Is esti anted that the crop of potato bugs in this city will reach forty millions within the next ten days. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mundy, of Chicago, and Mrs. Robert...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 22 May 1879

HnHSfinMMlaMiljMMMMMtM The Republican. Educational Coin inn. J. . LANGKSB.UOH. THE PL.VlE K(R WOMEN. Ooe ot the principal features f ÜM middle acres l- the recognition of the fact that chiistiaiiiry assigns to woman a new place in the social order of the world, very different rrom what it had been before. The deep respect recorded by that epoch to woman could not but exercise a most Honorable Politics. Honorable polities, although tney may lead to civil war, need not occasion personal ill-will. But then honorable politics imply a respect of treatment, a fieedoin from mis representation, or taunt, or calumny, or rMictile, or innuendo, which are seldom found. When a man charges an opponent with unconstitutional conflict, or insists that he favors a course which is prejudicial to the public wvlfare. he merely states that his opinions differ from those of his opponent, ami, of course, one opinion M be as defensible as the other. Pastime. I good order after being read, in which j Tho rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 29 May 1879

The Republican. PL 1:1 UHf l iht ; 01 J. W. Si ULMS & CO., Plymouth. I no. Office: Cor. Michigan . Laporte Sis. . TERMS OF SClISCRimON. One copy oao year, in advance $. 90 One copy six moii.lis. in advance f 1. 00 One copy three in .utlis. in advance.- 6. Th J Coinrr misionerst7june79 1) ine79 lymouth Rep ublican. VOLUMK !. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. THURSDAY, MAY 29, 1879. NUMBEK 24. n f K i ISING KATES. Btm.m's caret, a line, f, per y-ar. Special rat ngiwnto rcifiibr advertitwra. I-al Advert iiu-mmt as repnlat.-.! by law. Home and t nosiest a Ivcrtiwn- matte known oa application. Oh Mil and rocicty aunouuccuicut, marriage and dcsilh notices, fr. c. local notier, In liody type, 10 cent per Hue, tret insertion; second Insertion 5 ceutc. Job rriiitlnp on the mst favorable Urns. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. BORTON, PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON OaVu in Post OtHc Block. Dwelling on Ea.t Sid.Soulti Michigan Street, PLYMOUTH, ISDIAXA. Or. J. M- JENNINGS. IWYalCIAN AND SUBOEON. office with Dr. N...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 29 May 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Emtob. Tm icsDvv, May 29th, 1S79. Tne battle cry of the Republican party in 1880 will be honest money aai an honest ballot. Queen Victoria's sixteenth birthday was celebrated at Montreal, Canada, '. vy, with great enthusiasm Um Brooklyn N. Y., regiment aod a nu nber of Provincial regiments were present and a sham battle was fought. The C-25,000 of four per cent, ceitifl cates offered for sale at th Indianapolis rostoffire Monday morning wer all taken before 11 o'clock. The line Of applicants at one time extended out of the postoftiee building on to Pennsylvania street. The death of William Lloyd Oarri son. which had been expected for some day3, 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 pr.ssed away peacefully. The following In liana congressmen oted f Dr the Warner silver bill: De La Matyr, Hostetier, New, Cobb and Bieknell, Those voting against it or paired ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 29 May 1879

The Republican. Thursday, May 29th, 1879. CflTr iiiirjp corxrr. lively day -let r Last Saturday was a Id town. Decoration day, to morrow everybody cotne. The streets and roads are In fine condition for driving. The club house at M txeokuckee will be completed next week. Strawberries are increasing iu quantity and decliuing in price. Rev. J. B. Heury returned home, Saturday, from a two week'a visit iu Ohio. Mrs. Henrv, of West Alexandria, O'iio, U vUitiug her son, Ilev. J. B. llnry, in this city. Frank O Jell 1 t the light of his contenance beam on our citizens lor a few days this week. It is said the algebra class examination, 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 oi bis residence. Mr. L. Nussbaum, of the firm of Nussbaum & Mayer left several days ag 1 for an extensive visit among old friends in Michigan. McKelvy is building a new barn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican — 29 May 1879

f ; The Republican. Longitude .Nah;: lit. Every young ersou who will read lhi article probacy knows that luu . gitiule id ihe distance lueasure l ens and west front a given poiut on the earth, anl that longitude uaug t is the given point, in this eas-e, the town of Greenwich, England, which aamo I am sure they all have ml ou the margins of their maps. I do not mean to say that then is no other longitude naught, because the numbering f the Hues of longitude may begin anywhere, but practically, Greanwlch is this poiat, since, you may be sure, when the loDgitude of any place is mentioued in English, It is reckoned from Greenwich. One of the edifices to which the public is admitted is that which contains the Great Painted Hail. The veiling of the hall is covered with an immense painting, intended to show queer old place which dated from George the First's time, I noticed, and was getticg shabby, and then I Pastime. j over-estiniaiel by the Democrats and The newest thing in socks -a baby...

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