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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 May 1865

NUMBER 38. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMO CHAT. rirv- inf Anil 4 TIV 1 1 i Iii Lr ÜJ ill 1 V Äfc-ilL I Local and Miscellaneous. The now advertisement of II. 1?- Oiek feu & Co. rill appear next week. The a.lv'Ttisenv:t of Jonathan Wright day the 120th mst.. ana lu...... . a T . .. . -V k I I AT .1. - Timo itll. uul . i 1, 1 Tl..,- r.mw.ved hU toek of I .,o....v - jroodi to the room, on tho corner 01 .uicm--an and LaPoite Streets, formerly occu pied by II. Ii. DickFcn & Co. AVm. Lusk, Jr.. for some time past con- j th-3 Kpifcopal Church j dnetlnir ?cr in thi-i pi Fort Wa. zvA will c We pu ed leacons Orders at eck ago last Sunday, hi labors here. .id week the new time ' - . i table of tl t V V C J. ,vtVlirr .... l . the time eh regular- station throu-n . loth wavs. It can be found in another ; - - eoiuuiu. .n the outvie ot this paper, hiiou.u uhuu,, ,. ... - e iu) '-j.'". - i. t o ,.,in( reid- : 0 uuubt. ' M A RS I A LL CO U N T ) p-s JowtbwUngM&to., in,tel of real i I...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 May 1865

NUMBER 38 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 10. Two Ii ad Habits. There are two wenkuesses in our hab- its which arc very common, and which are very prejudicial to our welfare. The first is giviutr away to the case or indulg ence of the moment, instead of doing at once what ought to be done. This prac tice almost diminishes the beneficial ef fects of our actions, and often lead us to abstain from action altogether: as, form- .uu.e.ir.t.huo.'.r ,iVr 13 il gll'ilLLI VI 5UI1SI110C, Ol Hllliu n c ivu we ought to take advantage, but we have not the resolution to leave at'the moment a coinfurtablc seat or an attractive occupa tion, we miss the most favorable opportu nity, and, perhaps, at last, justify our belvc'9 for remaiuing in doors on the ground that the time for exercise is past. One evil attendant upon the habit of" pro crastination is, that it produces a certain dissatisfaction of the mind which impedes and deranges the animal functions, and tends to prevent the attainment of a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 June 1865

' ff PLT1 OUXH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 'HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; U II AWED BY INFLUENCE AND TJNBOTJGHT BT GAIN VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1865. NUMBER 39. k '1 ) THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT rLYMOUTII, INDIANA. J S- L. HABVEY, Proprietor- Terms or Subscription $2,00 a year in Advance. Payments mas, be made invarhbly in advance und the pnper t'i.Fccatinued at the expiratio.i of "ths time paid far, uulcs3 renewed. These terms rill be strictly adhered to. , Hates of Advertising: One square v1'8 sP,,lcc of cn lines or less of this type) one w eek, $1,00, and 59 cents for each No. sei 's I 1 mo.2 mso 1 mo2. 1 C mos 1 year. 10 00 15 0U 20 00 2T 00 25 00 50 00 00 1 square S2 5f St 0 0 $5 00 ! $4 it 4 OOj 5.V 1 6 5;j 7 5 ; 12 01) I00 6 01 8 00 . 12 0.' 3 4 4i H col.. 8 Ol'i 10 G3 ! IjUU 10 00 12 00 I 13 U0 ' HO' I. 00 ; 20 0: j col. 1 col.. 17 Oil' Ü0 00 30 oo; 25 00 30 00 ! yj oo; Lfgal advertisements $1 per square for caeh Inserti...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 June 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DE3IOCKA T NUMBER 39. ' TAB PLYMOUTH BBälöBRlT.i .1. G. OSOK!2 9. I? At! EdWors. This is a time above the people should scan close of their ruler?-, and in every case cf de parture from the principles which b.e at the fouadatloi of our republican inst-tu- Fponsiointy, anct are enuiiea to reeeae j the earnest, cordial support o the eople ?n tlio-r oT.vf3 fnMnw in ihn f:o5t -n ' u t , v v - i j ii Ptl, P ,K. Tro V. VAl'w 1 U i 11L 1 Ji K' ' AV'UVV. - - ' J "'j as democrat, to! no Land in cI0tm ,utll,lJ ic4t, thev arc over our objections; but being in power, they are entitled to our support ro Ion- as thov themselves act iu accordance with the constitution and the law, and do not attempt to subvert the principles of the government. It by no reans follows, however, that democrats should sacrifice their time honored principle. on the con trary they should now, more than ever, stand firnilv bv them and do all thev can to disseminate litrht and truth anion i; ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 June 1865

f uri i:.;.v ic t.ve.-Mi ;;t l'i-.m the lact thai i the poi. oii, uu l ia;d Leiveit uowu Vi8 --frx!t-m VOIiÜMB 10, nri n -r Tr ? r -x tt rin ts rT in tt r ir T tt tj.t .ri 1 a rn t M Vj r ÜI iYl IJ l ri IV Tj L I LP Vi ltl U l it, A i . IBER, 29. T ; -ower tu?. LcfUe. Ihcy nro Jetcinmicd . ?t,ltioiw tliiW. S.bbt!.a erupted, ft.lfow:-i '1 JD U U II JD J 1 ' . i fjOlWL AND Ml?CELLANEvF?. ' to seil cfcean i-c,rarJI5s of eastern riecs. Train leaving Ciicago ut ü:5D P, M, leave: d.iily. j Flow per barrel - 'V? j TYJ T II P A IK OF PAiSTB The sreat Union Combiiiution (-ireus an liver a Tcmi I'J ; c c.rc;; A. -d Ir. A. r...!.."ckcr. .Mcxthunt 7;.i:- r, r:-. 1 ci!Ct.? t-s to say that l.c wi'l remove next ; v;c!i to the n ein r.ovr cccujiicd n? the ! F,.tt tfüce, v:h-c he v. ill u: an nocture ! CeMieir-ca's Ch thing to order, tbd v,rar-1 rant satisfuetin. IVniorrw is thy day fixed hy the rre.?- idcrt At :he c.vccutku cf Mc--jm. Miiliirar and inwlc at T:idi? nipi.-Ii. We cannot ... . i ii . y...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 June 1865

NUMBER 3 9. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. JUST EECEITED AT THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS sSs SOESOES, Ever Uvoiifjlit to Ilymoiitla ! milK rUBLIC will fin'l at ray store, cast side of Michigan street, everv description and .1 Ladies', Gentlemen's, Boys'; Misses, and Children's Wear, together with a large stock of - Burn up the Itubbifili. Go where rc may, rubbish of all kinds Erects the eye. In the country, branches of trees are "thrown into the fence corners and there allowed to lie and rot. Chips, old rails, stumps of trec3 and decayed wood in a variety of forms, are found on almost every farm. They are the prolific sources of fungus in all its multifarious forms. And fungus is becoming one of the greatest pests of American horticul ture. The cracking of the pear, rotting of the grapes, and specks ou apples are caused by fungus, while rust and mildew are only different names for different forms of fungus growth. In the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 June 1865

. - - - -BV'-. "-v- v-w- v . i r m a . . . i . I u.,., .,..., " ., v-nr.. in -iHin.f . i' 1 v o c. i . .1. i i.;. .....!',( I '" """""""i viiou euutu i iaic. "J"-u .'vjivjiv,! nnu iii-iu liiiaiiv nil luiu i"-o'" ui ii cu iL me cai ieiiiei Mioii ana L IT nr rm .ILJ J JL 11 "II E n 2 LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY !NFL72:ICE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 8, L8G5. IV UMBER 40; V1IATT DEM OCR A L JJOL W JL - i THE FLYM'TH DOOCRITV rrcMrfiiKn EvriYTiiuii.snAY at rr.v.M kjt:?, Indiana, S jf. Proprietor- ' Ttiti.s :f NssijsrripJion '-,00 :? Pat::;- 5 1 ri u ? t b Mfi L I the riper i!"scor.'.:r imp i rr.? . -i i -. Slii be sit Ic';- auhrrcl t re.'i' wed Hates or Advertising: ' nc ': i.ire '.(? :' of ton iino: 1!m tyre) or.e v. ocl;- :ir:-.l c.rtt u KI i ti u r. :i I i a s c r t i o i; . No. $1 t ai . iij'.iar? i. 55 :' I ' .") Co r '.0 ;e im $10- 01 15 0 J.") (!;) e; oo 3 4 i. . r: . i ) t: j. . col. . C"i.. 17 ('' 'J 10 '2: t a :m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 June 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCHAT. NUMBER 40. j. 0. TnE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. - - : j Editor, j L. IIABVr.Y, $ PLYMOUTH, Ini : j c IßUKSlUY, JUXE b, lbt:. Sherman nnd Stanton. In his examination recently, before the j committee or. the conduct of the war, General Sherman deals some rather heavy blows at Secretary Stanton, which gj ; terms in which tho Springfield Kepubli '..nmp tn ho mirk with damarinr effect. ! tan speaks of it: t. mi i n l t, e It will be recollected that one oi the... reasons ass:gnea iy aiaiiiou ior uic 1 - approval of the convention detwoen ;iWaken uew tics between Eastern capital Generals Sherman and Johnson, was, j and Western labor, and a stimulus to the that he (Sherman) had been forbidden bV j alt.v .au1 "ati1oua,1ily sa,S jfA aS V h . , ci . . . .,i prosperity of both, Mr. lollidav. ami the fr. Lincoln and Stauten to treat with; v .r . ' , c . owner oi the overland btiire Lines, has the rerelsor. civil or political questions. laeeJ his ? Tivatc coach .i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 June 1865

Volume jo. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 40, hlMIPDAT !lll Ur-ilUIJIllA I -rT: Local and Miscellaneous. liill Hill geti up the nicest Lemonade : t . " ' " T c;,. i Ii- . r T. A. Mmons has moved his stork of groceries to the room Xorth of Blain's )ru s:tor . : , j Our energefc Suprv,Sor. Mr Jo.eph ; cstervelt, is still en-raged iu the good work of improving cur streets. Success; to him In Lis arduous labor. 1 lie weather has teen oppressively warm j Miid very dry for some time past; the ther-! 4 "i . . it . i.iometer reaeh.ng away up into the nine- ties, and the dust flying in clouds. A here's the man that is to sprinkle our streets! If you want nice Photographs the place ; to get them is at the Photograph rooms of j vT. R. Lo.ey, over Rice & Tiro's Store. j Mr. Lov is taking ii- finf tnnr d r.Ir. ! uro, in tho r.mZ l i tVl. IJnUcy la fixinir up the storeroom' below the Democrat office in frrand style, j , .., i i r t, i o and will move his fdnck of Rooks. Sta-' tionerv. J...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 June 1865

I ! LAUER AND BUO. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 40. VOLUME 10. Aitcimie WurdS Brother. The fL!k;vi in-LT ju:;iiit !eti::r, frum a gen tleman v.h yi- fessej to le the I rot!:er of the celebrated" Aruriui AVarl. -as an: eastern e-tluiiitr. reaeuo 1 v. the other j Jay bv rctr'ilar ir.riü", :.v.d vre irivc it be- i cause it embraces s ) much ut the sj-ecial I iirui : huuicr for v, inch Artcnn:.J is so much vouovncJ. The whole fiuuily seems j io 0 vrhi ÄTÄÄTI1E SIGN OF THE wevcr. sccms to operate r.s u-case tines ; how on certain oysiers, iu pro-liicin a pearl where we n:iirht only expect putridity: Shi.ak.o. March 11. G5. Tu the I' iyt'iir of the Sunday Times, X. V. 4 year"? r;j:o. ayIi:1c in iniin novles. idjy an!a, I rote to Mr. Prentiss, of the Loose ville Juruil renrdinrr thee wl-e;e:.Vuits. of my brother Arrymus Ward, off houm I have not hcerd :-iust he was a boi "And we roamed the fields Liether," hapre v.-.; ;i Mackerel in Kah:nerc ,cox. There wi'-j four of vs brother.-?,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 June 1865

i nn - -A O. L II 13 R B THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA WED CT INFLUENCE A II D UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 18G5. NIMBER, 11. PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRA Tit; &nuaxtfii.jwtj!nii 1 ... - - 4- TDE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT,! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- L. HAHVSY, Proprietor Terms or SnT;nii1ion 2,0 a! -A1 VanCO' . , , . . , I Payments mut be made mvamblv in advance ! , ", x , t . t. ' aaJ the paper discontinued at the expiration of, the time paid lor, miles renewed, lhcse terms . -will Le strictly adhered to. Rates of Advertising: One surro ('ho sace r.f teii linos cr lesS of this type) ono week, a:;d 5 .1 cuts for each additional :;i-er:wn. lnv)2u l mos. i G mos 1 year, j ! : i S-2 .v j -i oi soo I at o( sin on l 0;. b" do S 00 i 12 Q'1 15 03 5 5: S OP 10 00 ! 15 00 20 0!) r. ;:tj in no; 12 00 j is on 25 oo 7 5 12 00, 15 00 ! 20 00 25 00 12 on it on lo no j 30 on; ro oo 1 0t 25 00. 30 00 i 50 0t 75 00 o 3 4 (4 1Y col....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 June 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCHAT NUMBER 41. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSIIORXE S. C. HIUVF.Y, Editors. PLY3IOITII, IXDIAXt: T II U P. S D A T, J Ü N 12 15, i o i r. I Ol ;. ST At Tlxclr Old Tricks. On Tuesday evening f last reek, a few choice spirit selected from among the many who arc knovrn to hure been exceedingly patriotic for a time past, at Indianapolis, pict in the upper room of the Court House in that city, for the pur pose of organizing a Central Board of Control for this state, of the politico military society l:ncVM ns the Strong Band or Spartan Brotherhood. The fol lowing is a copy of the circular of invita tion iisued on the occasion : Indianapolis. June 5, 1SG5. Dear Sir.: The establishment of the Strong Band and Spartan Brotherhood, a loyal ' aaJ patriotic A?sso.iiation, in this State, hr.s become a fixed fact. Twelve countv ovirau' nations have already been encctcu. izens of ence to rived 1 Control You ; n meet' morrow. n- 1 .umber of the leading cit- ee hav...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 June 1865

F. R," MYERS, Cen. Tickt Agmt. VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 41 THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Serious Accident. Julius Tacke an employee cf t'ie 1. If ( AT. k C. 11. W. Co. at tills place, was sc- riously injure I on Monday last. 15y some ?' """w' means he became entangled between a.. Teachers arc requested to read tbe ad- couple of freight cars while in motion at vertisemcnt of Mark Cunimings, tt- be i the depot and fell, the cars passing over Mund in another column. jese cf his feet badly crushing it, and in juring also one of his legs. It is thought that his limb may be saved, and his phy sicians arc striving to that end, but we confess we have little hope of so favorable a result. Tacke seems to be an unfortu nate man, having lost an eye some three years ago by the explosion of a powder flask while holding it in his hand. Col. Iailey, Vost Master at this place, ; requests us to say that he will commence issuing Money Orders on the 3d day of J ulv. The ca...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 June 1865

gedieh' (Colunr. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 41. VOLUME 10. Support Your Home Paper. The following, urging the importance of ono's supporting his home paper, we clip from an exchange, an J take occasion to urge tho.?e persona who always send abroad when they want a newspaper, to I weign tue auvicc, ami sutscnuc ior tneir home paper : "Stick to your home par er. Xo matter , if you are poor, rcmemU-r tlicic are none so poor as the ignorant, except it be the depraved, and tlicy too cftcu iro together. Keep your home paper. Litmemlcr that if it is: not so large and imposing us some city weekly, it is the adrevtiier of your neighborhood and datlv bu.-:uc:, and telle what U going on ar 1 ."'lU; an not a thousand miks awa A paper mustlm Tibers that will pay promptly, and Without compelling the publisher to dun them for the paltry sum. The trw friends of the publisher are they who regard their yearly subscription as a debt which cannot be delayed, and which though .-mall, is of the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 June 1865

( ; PLYMOU w EEKLY DEmOCkA t. U J -HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN A WED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN. t! VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1805. NUMB Ell 42. , 1 .A i ' TOB PLYM0ÜT DEMOCRAT,! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- Li- HARVEY, Proprietor- Terms r Subscription 200 a year in Advance. . .1 , '.t1 t . 1 i'ayraents must De maue lnvanaoiy in auvance ad the paper discontinued at the expiration of the time paid for, un!c?s renewed. These term3 ; nil! be strictly adhered to. ? Hates of Advertising: "ne square (the space of ten lines or less of this type) one week, $1,00, and 5'J cents for each additional insertion. No. q3 ! 1 mo 6 mo? ft7 0( 12 C 13 00 IS 00 20 00 1 year. $10 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 1 square ! S- f 2 " j 10 3 " 5T( 4 " C 5 i.'col...! "5 i K col. 30 00 1 col.. . 19 00 50 03 Legal advertisements SI per square for each Insertion, charged to r-arties publishing them. Communications to promote priv...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 June 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 42. 3 m 8. THE PLYMOUTH DEM0M.; v- - ---------- . . c osnouE L. 1IAUVEY, Editors. IJjYJI OUTW, I X n I W X i i T nn . t. T.rvT, oo iCftr, H ü R SD A T, J L M. tÖ. ; Tfio Tribune on President Jo3in- son. The radical clement in the republican party is much displeased with President Johnson, for his liberal course .in rela tion to the reconstruction of the rebellious States. The president has the good sense . 5 . , .i x r.i to see that it is wisdom on the part ol the federal government so to treat the people j lately in rebellion, as to secure their good j will, and hearty co-operation in pacifying j the counirv, hence tue war oi tue rauicais i lii i. upon him. lie is opposed by those who . . .1 think, or affect to believe that the toils j and sacrifices of the past four vears are all , list unless the nerro can be enfranchised and a large proportion of the whites dis s- franchised in the south. Foremost this war upou Mr. Johnson is the Ch...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 June 1865

....i . i if.i"i 1 . . .1 1 rTi 1 1 1 1 r 1 i.1 1 v w x 1 -v ?. 1 1 1 1 1. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH -WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER, 42 r . TTI DEMOCRAT ' J!.j .r , . f ' . ! " " , . , : 7 Vn t""" 1 Head the new advertisement ot Dr. La , n k. i i I ' 1 avette lolettc in to day s paper. ; I A . . mffrage -just as vre expected. We had r. line rain last Sunday after- j ... - ,, . .11 1 I 'roou which was much needed, ana win ao;'" uuu uaj to a car. secure a much to improve ihe growing crops. j . ' There will be a grand Masonic celobra- ; tion at Indianapolis to-uiorrow. The fra- j ternity throughout the state arc invited to j be present. It is said that Messrs. Jerome Buck & j Stone Chitfcndeu, of New York, have been retained to a.ist Charles O'Couner, in the defence of Jefferson Pavia. Godey's Lady's Book for July was re ccived at this office week before last., but ) was accidentally overlooked until too late for notice last week. It is a capital num ber and deserves the support of all who...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 June 1865

NUMBER 42 VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Oris Hi or Phrases. "He's cut a dido." It is told in history that Dido, a queen of Tyre, about scvcu ; hundred and eight years bclorc Lhrist, fled from that place ou tho murder of her husband, and' with a colony settled on the north coast of Africa where she built Car thage. Beins in want of land she bar gained with the natives for as much land as she cDuld surround with a bull's hide. Having made the agreement she cut the j bull's hide in thin strings, and tying them together claimed as much as she could surround with the long line she thus made. The natives allowed the cunning queen to have her own way, but when anybody played a sharp trick they said he had "cut a dido," and the phrase ha3 come to our ! day. "He's caught a tartar." Tn some bat tie between the Russians and Tartars a wild sort of people in the north of Asia a private soldier called out, '-Captain, hold on there; I have caught a Tar tar." "Fetch him alomr. then." sti...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 June 1865

. t . si. . - . .,. , sv- ,'i iii ; : -or 111 if'f smi if rn 1 u'U'. 11. 1 11 1 - - m i,u..l.i .n'-u. . . - ,.,. ..... i..,. ,1, , 1 . , .. . . . . , ... . . ;;x:i-r-' III l.l l lli' f. i I l T IM-'I ...-fci--. -'fc-..-..... . j i i r.- l . ... TPT VMOiTTTTT- TKTWW'W 7 V HfOOP A T 1. Ju i Jli vi U Jl JlJL V v lij Jlü a Jl J JÜJllllA JOÜ-iiL i . 1 1 r".y.-','.i'.".' y'.i. ... .t ' " " I Li --.:-'.n:."-:T r rr - "- """""" -" - - - " 1 ' " ' " 1 - - " - -" ""-- - - HERB LET TUE PRESS THE I'SOPLE'S IIXG-IITiS II AI IT TAI IT; UIIA'.YSD U 5T INFLüENCH A IT D ü N BOUGHT BT GAIN." Ti .-r 4, - 3 UME 10 THE PLY3I0UTH DFJÖCIUT j PUnUSIIRD EVERY THU.'ISDAY AT P L Y MOUTH, INDIA X A , R. T. TT A P.VP.V. TrmvnifttfVr.l . year tu Atlvanc?. rdyraentä :riu?tbc r.iwlo invari;V;y j a lvunce d the paper u-3Coatir.ucu .a vnuo., ot ; .Aetimepaul for unless rcr.oc!. Those term, ; t lue- iV,i ratio. of nill tc.stru-tiy aencroa 10 Hates - of Advertising: One square (the j-yc tea lines or less of thlstrpc) ...

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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 June 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRA T. NUMBER 43; THIS PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSCORXE J. L. II.IKTKY, Editors. ILY.lIOUTII, IXMAXls I 5. . T ii u i: s d a y, June 20, 180 31 r. DntiK' Capture. A diary kept by the Kcv. Dr. Fuller during a late journey to the South, has been published by some of our cotcmpora ries. AVc take therefrom the following ex tract. Dr. Fuller was then in the Savan nah Itivcr. He writes on May 10 : I was present when Colonel Pritchard made Iiis report to (Jeneral ('ilmore. and I conversed with him as to the capture, but to neither General Gilmore nor to aiysclf did he say a word as to Mr. Davis attempted escape in a woman's dress. After they left u. a gentleman on our Ftcamer repeated the account to me. Hut is it credible that in open daylight a sane man c.inpr himself surrounded by sold iers, could think of eludiuir them by the old, stale artifice of dressing himself in f female attire, with his "military boots on toe for so tho story runs ? His trial wil...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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