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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 January 1865

. ' t ---wawalB,,,,,,,,, - V - THE PLY 31 OUT II WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER U if ''if f( 3- THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. . I. . T..oi.:r.A fnr fT.-lM.-Y Pre? lit, formale at f tf E.PAUL'?. , . .. it Tv-fl-.i Li I pen verv bUb nm'nP'S 1rnnPfted in lb Tirlinna Lc.rihiura ret, lnco the 1' iipd r-mnurtof news from that My n tn rW. Vuc. Th?r wl b- O vine ?orv;ce reu nriy uiu O hrars Wm.Lu-k. Jr., officiating r-oii rt-rto fn'l All! . . t j M c " T Rockor fc,vin-Tn'el.br Mattwc,i lhe Ie8w..v I. ik r n - . clin.r. itore rnm ?n TtrownVC IlnraTiChou- . T, a I'orc room er' new Tir-ck Dlock. exnrt to more n it in 2 few month", nnd are therefore f fferinir rare inluuents to customers by sei- j ling at reduced pr:ce We no''h'of ed last wok to erill attention j tn hr ndrp-ti-Ti'nr nf Mr. A. Peck-. I Mrrcdian TaiVr. on LayWc Street, who . ------ - I l.eei a fne aor!n ent of Gents Furnishjrir Good, nnd is prepare to give you a :tt1.:c1i vill not fail to please. We noTcft amnnz other important...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 January 1865

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER ti "TT" A Pari Incident. "A. young boy of sixteen renn of age wbrr3 th police fiiurt in Paris, cViarx- j ed with stealing and bezging iu the publie streets. 'Ho was a bright, fine looking boj; but very poorly clad, and when irought before the judge, he fell upon his knees, and begged him not to put him in prison, that his mother was sick and starv ing; and that alone had driven h:u to steal; that he could not find vtorK; and if he was imprisoned, the disgrace would kill hit mother. The judge seemed somewhat moved at the boy's story; but he nevertheless, r,tter hearing the evidencecondemned him to bix weeks imprisonxnjnt. As the boy was being led away, a poor woman rale covered with ras and her j , r ' t nasr u;soruerei, lorcea ner waj iuruuj;ii the crowd, and totiertng up to tue 003. i a..,l n. n,.,.' him on,! iI.p.J r" turning to the JUdC, pushed DICK her JUUg UUlt. 1.411, lim Aliaiunu, 1U jl'U recognize tue? Thirteen years have passed since you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 January 1865

V- DT V JLJ "HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIÖHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN. it VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUAEY 19, 1865. KUMBEE 2 1Ä 9 WEEK T DEM OCR AT. 'S. ff Ik TSg PLYMOUTH MIT DEMOCRAT rUBMSIIED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY OS30RNE iTvANVALKENBURGH. . fl. OSBORNE. j. r. VasvalSenbürgh. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION:. I f paid in advance, or within three months, $2,00 f not paid within three months $2,50 J3" No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the rbuli5hers. . BUSINESS CARDSJättornciijs. A- C. C APRON, Attorney and Notary, Awl IJrend Tlar Claim Aymt, Will attend to all professional business placed in his hands promptly and carefully. Particular attention given to Guardianships Jlte s tUement of Decedent's Estates. Penwon. Rountv and Back pay of deceased and dibbled Solders procured at reasonable rates. Doe li, Mortira-e andothci written instrument, neatly and quickly drawn up and ac...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 January 1865

VOLUME 10. TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER TilB PLYMOUTH DRM0CR.IT. J. G. : There is but little of importance bein;' THE NEWSdone in the Legislature. An effort is be-1 From the Chicago Times, January IG. iug made to legalize the action of Co jnty Blair and Singleton have not as yet reboards; townships, cities and towns in nu ! Jurncd fro,n1 Jhcir lnif io"' The (pinion j o aJT,..rii..i.i. lor uuu.ua-, (U ,o.un- that a cc?,aUolf üf' hostilities, r.rc-liimnarv Thürsd a yt J pi.riiorrii, ixjmaw: 1-r CerS" haVC öhrs contended "at j to formal negotiations, will take place AX. IV, I Mo j tlxse appropriations were unauthorized by j within ten daysj while somebody else in I law, and for so doinjr have boon called a i tno isan,c c'5t.v considers it probable that r.mrnwwi . l,,. 1 .1 ;tIie president will i.uo a supplemental Copperhead, and sundry other names more, M r, -l, , iorciblo than clcirant. It seems now that 1 99 t. 1 the loyal themselves lein to see what eluded from amnesty after...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 January 1865

NUMBER 25 VOLUME 10. THE PLYM.OUTII WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. A few nice Sewing Machines suitable for Holiday Presents, forsale at E. PAUL'S. 29 If It is thought tlieuota fur this county under the call for 300,000, will le about or 21o which will take one hall' or more of the able-bodied men left iu the vouiity .subject to lira ft. The Plymouth Kranch of the liana, of the -'täte of Indiana has been removed to the building formerly occupied by A. L. AVhceler, Esq., as a banking house. T. Cressneb, Cash. Clothing Hat. Caps, and Dry ror "ooU co to S. k M. 15eekcrs where good.are celling cheap. They arc going into UrownWs new brick in the spring, and are anxious to go in with an entire new stock in the new establishment, hence their present low prices for goods:. Nine hundred army officers arc in the holes by order of the War Depart ment, for neglecting to keep and return j proper accounts. Inasmuch omc ol j of the worst evils of the service grew out of t o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 January 1865

NUMBER 25 volume 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY .DEMOCRAT. Circular from Gen- Hancock. We Lave received from Major General Hancock, th-3 following circular relative to the ortrnnization of the '-First Corps" now Icing raise- by him at Washington I city: Cir.cci.AR No. 2 IIkaduuarters FiRr Corps. W AS Hl N5TJ M , D. C Dec. 3, lS6t.$ In reply to the numerous loiters of inquiry h.- i-'ri-us Je.-irin- to enter the 1st Corps, nor being raisci, the following is communicated as einb.nlying all the imformation yet obtained. I, AS TO KXLIsTKD 1. All enlistments must- be made in this city. 2. Any Veteran " who has served two ; years, has been honorably discharged, and j is p'lyiic.illy qu i!5S J 1 iy enlist in this Curps for one, two. or three years. ( 3. Those enlisting irll r.if.ill-fl from tllP Mill lV' ll ..v.-. .. Government a bounty of 8300 as soon as they are mustered in, and in addition, the rculaj instalments from the Government, in proportion to the period of enlistments, a follower S100 i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 January 1865

nir r I HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN AWED KT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TIIÜKSDAY, JANUARY 26, 1865. NUMBER 56. PLY1 oun WEEKLY DEMOCRA .X 41 -. i T3i PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT rLYMQUTII, INDIANA, BY OS30rtNE iL VANVALKENBURGH. . 03SORXE. J. F. VAMVALKENBURGH. TERMS OF SUHSCIUPTION: I f paid in advance, or within three months, $Q,00 f not paid within thtv-e months. $2,50 VT No pip.-r will be discontinued until all arrearages ars p.v.J, unless at the option of the rbulishers. BUSINESS CAKDSattorney. A- C. CAIUION. Attorney and Notary, And Lncuvd Hirr CJoim Jynt, Will attrr.l to all professional business placed in hi-- hands promptly and carefully. Particular attention given to Guardianship un ltlx? ttlemrU of Decedent's Estates- Fennjna. B untv and Dark pay of deceased and uisabled S.dlirrs procured at reasonable rates. De I-, Mortizes andotliei writteninstrumentä neatly and quickly drawn up and ack...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 January 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCR AT. NUMBER 20 THE PLYllÖÜTli DE1I0M. J. c: OSnaini;, : : : : Editor PLYMOUTH, ISSHAVt: Tnrp.sDAY, Ja :. 20, 1S05 that it now has plenty of artillery. There is a rumor that Hood has been tupercedod by Dick T?.yloi A rebel dispatch states that two monitors were sunk in Charleston harbor on the uiht of the löth inst., probably by torpedoes. In the trial of the Chicago prisoners. FR03I 1XDIAXAPOM5. I'ubli!ier Convention Proceeding oi'tbc Indiana legislature. Indianapolis, Jan. 20. The publishers convention recently held in this city was adjourned until Feb. od. They unanimously agreed tu demand at Cincinnati, on Saturday, the examina-' $0 lorwcc!y issue, in advance. The prices of job work and of advertising It was resolved also to advance. THE NEWSFr;ra the Chicago Th-.CJ, Jan. 21. Mr. Blair has jone to Kiehiaond strain, leaving Washington Yesterday. It is sta-i-i ii. t. :ii l . :.i ieu inHi nc v.m nave interviews mini ;;nc.st. promluent rebel cou"T...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 January 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH--WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 2C & -i J i : I. I THE DEMOCRAT- Local and j-Li-ci-LLANXocs. Common Picas Curt will be in session next week: all will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. , I.iMirance. If you want to insure your property in a reliable first clas company, one that will be sure to pay in case of Io?s o;- damage by üre. apply to J.G. Osborne. A. E. Vail keeps some very fine E-ilti-more ov.ters at his eating .aioon just north of the Eank, and takes pleasure in serving them up to up to customer?. His establishment is fast becomiug a nccrsn'fy here. Success to hid say we. Quite a revival is in progress in the 7I. E. Church at thi place, a number of pcreons Lave alre;-ty professed religion, and more are on the way. It is said that the reformation g; ing on is principally confined to those who are corimonly d nominated backsliders., jltiy it prove permanent. VT-2 understand t!ia. the tri.1 of Joseph E. Vankirk fn- the muuler of Nile Me...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 January 1865

NUMBER 26 VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. GREAT PANIC. GOODS MAHKED DOWN Sare jour money by buying at the LOW PRICE STORE. RICE & URO., Successors to Rice and Smith, aro now receiving tkeir Fall and Winter Goods, embracing a'l kinds of Dry Goods, Groren'cs, Crorlery, (Has Ware, Hats and Cap, Bool and Shoe, Xotions, etc., dc. Our goods have been bought since the great decline in price?, and we propose to give our customers the benefit of this change ff r the bet tcr. , . Mnshr marked down 10 cents a yard. Prints marked dowr from 10 to 15 cetts a yard. DeLaines narked down I2.j cents a jar I, and all other dry goods in the sumc proportion. We have a freih supply of Family Groceries which tre can and will sll cheap. ; Trime Rio Coffee 55 cents f er pound. Brown Sugt.r from 20 to 25 cents per pound. Coffee do Irt to 331, cents per pound, j Teas, fyi'-cs, Sirups, Rk", Tvlx'cco, All kind Extracts, JRai'sin, IndlK kc. We hare the largest s'ock of crockery warf tobe fon...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 February 1865

TT nn JU 'HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOP.LE'B RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W B D BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN.1 VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1865. NUMBEK 2 7. PLYMO WEEK DEMOCRA '4 TV 'J ) m fLVM ma deiiocbat PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT , PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, EY OS30RNE iVALKIlNBURGH. . O. OSBO-iXC. J. r. V ANT ALK EN BURGH. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION7: I f paid in advance, or within three month, $2.00 f ret paid within three months $2,50 I J" No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unlcs3 at the option of the Pbulishcrs. BUSINESS CARDSA- C. CAPBON. Attorney and Notary, And Licensed Vtar Claim Ajrnt, Will attend to all professional busine placed in h: hands promptly aud carefully. Particular atteution piven to Guardianship? and the settlement of Decedent's Est'tos. Fonton. Bounty aud Sack pay of decea-ed and disa bled Soldiers procured at reasoiiaoier.nes Deeds. MorUe ndothet writteninstrumenta j neatly and qnk-kly drawn up and acknowledge ments taten....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 February 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 2r. their enterprise in the mutter should h-cj ceneeriled. The arrest of the Colonel di-, -I : . -'1. ..; ( N EW Yon K , Jan .21, . PI hrnii"h thi hindnest nf Air. "M 1?. ; J. CJ. OSIltMi.M,, . ... Lcitor; it i r t i rected suspicion to the vronir p'artv. : . - or we are cuabled to give the particulars I , . 1 . ,. , , . . ! J rulv it ras ''a nice little irainc, and as. PLYMOUTH, IXni AM: ol he l4Jf of the steamer Melville, as , m. . , -i t . 1 i 1 r it v a' t I neces&arv as nice, or "resectable men ; 7, v translated bj him from the New orkj ,, " , , . IH r R 9 I A Y. L K B. 2. 185. . r, . , TU , , would not been known m largely en-aged t i . 4 rPl , ,.. .,, ,,. , i ii it. J he unsophisticated cam could not; suspect the respectable" Mehcr of a dcbigu firt to pigeon, and then to bull him, j -The bark Kochdale v;l,ieh left Ru.-pl I , I""J , VT", T ' Jslniid on the 27ii.. of Leecniber. arrive 1 eJ on fc't a moral idea be led t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 February 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 27 a- i THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous "NVe arc going Ea-t poo a. and must have rifinev. Tho-e who ovre us-will please take "notice. II. I. DICKSON & Co. Common Pleas Court is in ?esion this immun l icai Jiui. .-....,..- , Vith a larger anient than u.ua! of ' ite business on the awKCt. . . -rvrecfc probat The hop at Corbin' Hall, last Friday evening, was quite a recherec affair, and those in attendance tr.jcvod the occasion to thc top of their bent. A horse attached to a dray dashed up Michigan street at a fuiioas rate of speed, last Monday morning, uilnus a driver, fortunately '-nobody hurt," and no serious damage to thc horse and '"vehicle." j . Quite an affray occurred at the depot the other day between a couple of old citizens of the county, in which one cf the paxties was pretty thoroughly thrashed. Cause, whisky. All of Sherman's troops have l?ft Savannah. Beaufort, and Port I?oy3l Their destination Is unknown,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 February 1865

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. DUMBER ü7 GRHAT PANIC. goofs & JSUocs. . 5-1 NEW STOCK. SWcdiral. VOLUME 10. GOODS MABKED DOWN" I Sire jour money by buying at the LOW -PRICE STORE. I ÄEÄWÄÄTHE SIGN OF THE embracing all Linas ef i Dry Co0fh (,'ro'eri'i. Crorlny, Wats Ware, lh,U and C"is. Boots and j Shoes, X( t'ons, de, die. Our goods have been bought since the great decline in prices, and e propose to give our customers the benefit of tVn change for the bet tcr' , . . j , I Muslins milled down H ecnf a ) rd , Print marked dor lrom K to lo ceils f. y..ru. , DeLalues marked don l-',1' cents a jar.', and j all other dry goods in Mie same proportion. t We hate a fresh sup: ly of Familv G-roceries whit h we can and will anU cheap. . Prime Rio Coffee 55 cents per pound. j Browa Sugar froni 20 to cents per pound. j Coffee do id to 33t, cents per pound, j Tra &jh':cs. Sirups, Rice, Tobacco, Ml kinds Extracts, Rati ins, Imlijo, A.r. We hare the largest stok of crockery ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 March 1865

PLYMOUTH WEEK DEMOCRAT "HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND ÜNBOUOHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, MAECH 9, 1865. NUMBER 28 ,1 1 t TIIE FLYMODTn DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY THÜRSPAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- L. HARVEY, ProprietorTERMS t $2,00 a year Pajmcnt3 mut b raaJe invariably ill adrance and the paper discontinued at the expiratio. of the time paid for, unless renewed. These terms ; will be strictly adhered to. BUSINESS CARDSattorney?. A- C. CAPHON, Attorney rnd Notary, And Lkemcd lur Claim Afftnl, Will attend to all professional business placed in hi bands promptly and carefully. Particular attention given to Guardianships and the settlement of Decedent's Estates. Penwon. Bounty and Pack pay of deceased and disabled Soldiers procured at reasonable rates. Deeds, Mort.sajres Endothel writteninstrnments neatly and quickly drawn up and acknowledgements taken. . 23" Collections nado and promptly re.Tutted. Office over II. B. Dick...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 March 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 26. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. . osnoRxc S. L,. HARVEY, I K11 1 or. PLYMOUTH, INDIAX : T ii UR3PAY, Ma is. 9, tSf5, A Change. The former proprietors of the Dtmotrat have sold out to S. L. Harvey, Esq., who will in future publish the paper. They deem this a fitting occasion to return their thanks to the pat.ons of the lhmocratior the material support furnished the office, as well as the kindly sympathy manifested towards them while proprietors of the establishment. True, they have not been enabled to make much money by the publication of the paper, yet they have not been seriously embarrassed tV ereby; this they would under no circumstances permit. They bespeak for Mr. Harvey a liberal support; and there is no good reason why the paper should not be well sustained. If democrats in the several neighbor hoods would interest themselves in behalf i of their home paper, they could very easily make it a paying institution, and thus enable the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 March 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKL1 DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 2ß THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. The Republican has raised its subscrip- I ti or. price toS2;50. j . . , v ' r tt x ! V nat has become or the proposition to j v T- v 9 tt-ii -x. r i purchase a I-ire Knirine r ill it be per- . , . . . . . ! rjittcil to sleep until the next nre starts i the property holders into another temporary spasm ? There will be services at the Episcopal Church during Lent, every Wednesday evening, and every Friday morning at 10 o'clock. "We acknowledge the receipt per express of a quantity of public documents from ! Hon. L. Glazcbrock. our member of the State Legislature. Thanks, friend G., for J jour remembrance of us. Hawley & Gray are daily in receipt of their srrinr stock of Prv Goods, which i thev are Sellin-at extreme! v bw fi-ures. i Our readers will find them icady at all ; times to dal fairly with them. lie v. 31 r. Large, of Ft. Wayne, will tifiiciate at the Kpiscopal Church in this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 March 1865

V OLUME 10. THE PLYMO IT II W BEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 28 i . i - An Acre Enough Sometimes. An ''Ex-3Iarket Gardner" gives to the American Agriculturist the following illustrations of what can be done on n small pieco of land, bj hard work aud high manuring. The story looks large, but wc do not doubt its truth : "On a fertile acre, within sight of Trinity Church steeple, New Yo.k, but in the benighted land of Jersey lives a man whom, not to offend his modesty, I will call 'John Smith John's neat cottagej and acre cost him some eight rear3 ago' $;U00, now worth 15.000." " Tn the spring of 1SG4, he planted on j hi? acre twelve thousand early Wakefield i cabbage plant.-?, which, by the first week in July, were sold in the New York mar-! ktsat S3 ocr 100, fur 000. between the rows of cabbages were planted, at the same time. 1M.UUU fMlosi.i lomiop i -int 1.; et ;-fl I i y.. vt: Ü . -r 1 ' i ' u"tfmvu ' üü.,s ;?es, ana Cbildnm's Wear, together with a large stock of o-i 0. Jiotn crops were c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 March 1865

IDT WEEKLY DEMOCRA j 1 MUL "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S HIGHTd K A I II T A I IT ; UI7AV7SD ZZ V HIPLUECE A IT D UH BOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME lu. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUIiSDAY, MAECII 16, 18G5. X Jul iL . 1 V .1 ! J V? - 4 TrrmTn TnTf(Birai'i-TTT'T'i MU.ilWl Ml illJJlUl U.il . PÜBLISIIKI) EVIWY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- Li. HARVEST? PrOOTietOr-. TERMS S'2,00 a year. Payranü must be nnde invariably in adrance i ahJ tbe paper discontinue! at the cxpiratio.i of: the time paid for, unless renewed. Tl:esc term? ; will be striotlv adhered t"). ; attorney. A- C. CAPJtOX. Attorney and Notary, ,, . . : ind Lkens'd ar Chin Ajen!, j Will nttriJ to a!Irrore-,;or;.-J. biiiirc?s pi'.ce j j in Iiis ba:ilä promptly an l earefallr. t Particular attention siven to i::.xrüunat.j althc settlement of DeceJciif.. Estates. Pen-j Fion . t r? wir ni . nt i.-rparii ana uisabled Soldiers procured at r?asonaa!'?r.;t?; ATr!ti:Y AT Zt t W . iXD Tw,r mim Av't Plymouth. Ind.. : . . . ü - r - HaTins concTuJ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 March 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 29 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j . c osnonE S. I- HARVEY, Editors. PLYMOUTH, IMIVX: TnuRSDAY, Mar. 16, 1865. The JVext Dran. Ycp, reader, the next draft; and perhaps the next; and still the next, is as sure to conic as time rolls on. The administration has announced it, not the time when it will come, nor the number of men to be called for; these will be determined hereafter, but the plain, unvarnished fact that another draftvrill be made. Chicago, and Cook Countv, Ill's, thought the rerent enrollment and quota there unjust. Thcj sent a deputation cf prominent citixens to Washington to have the matter investigated and crro.s corrected. When they laid the matter before old Abe, and his man Friday, Secretary Stanton, they were gravely informed that no errors could now bo corrected, but promised they would be allowed for in the next call. AVhsn will the people learn to distrust the i!ema-..gues who bear rule in the chief f places of the nation...

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