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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 June 1865

Lelj'hos Van Wert. . . n,:()A:.7! r.,i L VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 43. B IX I2l JLrrJiTlUV;lliL Jl Local and Miscellaneous. Some cf the farmers in this county have commenced cutt!n their wheat. Tlie 1. l:t. W. & C. U. W. Co. will issue half fare tickets ou the Fourth. We have been favored with an abun dance of rain witl in the past ten days tjuite acceptable indeed. Persons coming to town on the Fourth, if they want nice photc j. rupli:, will go to the gallery of J. K. Lt-sey, over Piicc & Jlro's store. Pure Liquoks. J. F. Yauvalkenburg keeps pure, unadulterated liquors fur uied iciual aud other laudable purposes, one 1 oor north of the Pank. Thank. Our gci:crous friend Wood bury, of the firm of II. 1. Dicksou k Co., presented us with a handsome cane a few lars ago. Hank's liberality is duly ap preciated; he has our hanks fur the highly valued present. PLYMOUTH MARKET COURHCTRD WEEKLY The Phrenological Journal. A new Yul. ! Look at the July So. ! Por tr...

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. — 29 June 1865

L Dumber 4:3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 10. t 1 4 , t i I Manner. I make it a point cf morality never to find fault with another for his manners. They may be awkward cr graceful, blunt or polite," polisned or rustic, I care not what they are. if the man means well and acts from honest intentions without eccen tricity or affectation. All men have not the advantage of good society, as it called, to school them in all its fantastic rules and ceremonies, and if there is any standard of manners it is founded in rea son and good sense, and not upon those artificial regulations. Manner?, like con versations should be extemporaneous, and not studied. I always suspect a man who ineets me with the same perpetual smile on hi3 face, the same congealing of the body, and the same premeditated shake of the hand. Gfr'C me the hearty it may be rough grin of the hand, the careless recognition, md when occasion require.', the homely but welcome salutation, "JIovv are you, my old friend !"' T...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 July 1865

nn 1U i "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED' BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUIiSDAY, JULY 6, 18Ü5. K UMBER. 44. -FEYMÖUTH WEEK . sr lA' Ty 1 i i. ; ; . ; . . . TW MHO!?- Ä t - -Jt J 1 -.1 ' i i - e i - -r PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S L. HARVEY, Proprietor- Xenix or Subscription 2,00 a year In Advance. pmont.; twnst ho made invariahlv in advance . , t . . ,rv;tT f and the paper discontinued at the cxpiratio. of: "u 1 f 1 , , f I the time paid lor, unless reneweu. inese terms . will be strictly adhered to. Hates of Advertising: Hne eouarc (the space of ten lines or less of 1 . . . v.-v , n 1. this type) one week, Sl.uo, and jo cents ior eacn additional insertion. No, iqs 1 mo i ra 0 1 mos. 1 6 mos 1 year. $10 00 13 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 1 square 2 " I 4 " 4 co!... $2 5 4 Of s. no 8 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 S7 0 12 0 15 00 13 00 20 00 1 Of.j 5 5 ! r 5! a 12 00 1800: COO 8 (X' 10 no 12 no 3 COl.. ....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 July 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRA T. NUMBER 44. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j. g, osnonxn I.. HARVEY, I, til tors. riYltOL'TII, IX IM AX : T II u r. SPA Y, J U L Y G, -z I Kiulicalism In Missouri. Not the least odious nuiODC the fanati cal vagaries of the radicals of the present day is the attempt on the part offJov. Fletcher, and Secretary of State, Hodman, to foist upon the people of the State of Missouri what is known as the ".Drake Constitution" recently enacted by the charcoal convention of that stale. This infan:ou3 document, by which no one who is opposed to nero suffrage, and the whole system of radical usurpations, h to be permitted to participate in the conduct of affairs in Missouri, has been submitted to :i vote cf the people, and condemned scouted, spit upon and defeated by a ma jority of th 2 Voters, is nevertheless, by the scrouridreüim cf Gov. Fletcher and Iii political associates to be declared the su preme law cf the State. Secretary Hod man for a time permitted the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 July 1865

qlitca iiui.DLB.-Thc preise VOLUME 10. T II E PL Y'MOÜT TT W EEKLY 'MMOlC RÄT. NUMBER 44 t S "i . . 1 1 . J TU Ii DEMOCRAT- Local ad jliscellaneous. New potatoes have made their appear- auec in this market, and bring quite an extravagant price. OoV. Morton is still sick at Indianapo- ir n ' , r i lis. lie was uname to iuinii ins eux- men" fat the 13attle ground on the Fourth, Tue last tL-n davs have been prolific ot Tain storms, and the ground hcrcaluiä is -m We sec plenty of whortleberries in the -market at prices rauL'i?g from 121 to IS cents vcr quart. The supply is said to be pretty abradant, and if & the price must dro Cherries ere scarce and bring full prices. rr :7T-fTi"iT thp rffwZM . 1 .. trii 1 l at.I.. vornan, at oouwani s nan, .'iuihwj evening, was atnx The woman was not very iroud-lookin .e were but a dozen or fifteen in uance, and the lecture was a very weakly affair, bad re delivered. 1ktekons Ladies National Magazine for August has been received at this oficc. Th...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 July 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 44. took .liter Hie Fruit Trees. Now is the time to le on the alert, and look after the welfare of your fruit trees. From thii ilate to about the last of July, the whole legion ufhorticultur.il pests aro out on their summer campaign. Consequently- this h the most proper season to wage successful war upon the invaders. Dissolve in six gallon of water one pound of concentrated lve, stir in five to six pounds of any kind of foul grease, add : three pint ox cuuou, and swab thorough ly with the wash he trunks of all kinds of fruit trees from the ground as high up as you can reach. "NVc will warrant it to kill nits, aud egg?, and bags, and worms lanumerable, aud improve the general health of the tree. Go after the tent caterpillar with any kind of blazing torch fixed to a pole. You will find them all in at night, and can easily burn every worm of them out of house and home, and your orchard. Pursue the peach tree borer with a sharp stick no,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 July 1865

L PT v - 1 i. dfl -l MOUTH I? XT T T I? MlOpTj A T JL HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D B T INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 13, 1865. NUMBER 45. IS. lL.'-iT7 res 8 4 4 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT FLYMOUTII, INDIANA. S- L. HARVEY, Proprietor- Terms or Ssiliscrisilioai 52, OS a year in Advance. Payments must be made invariably in advance aad the paper discontinued at the expiration of tlie timopaiJ for, unless renewed. These terms nlll be strictly adhered to. ' Rates of Advertising: One square (tha space of ten lines or less of this type) one week, $1,00, and ."0 cenU for each additional insertion. No, S'l'd 1 mo. 1 l.ios. I G mos 1 year. ftlO 00 i; oo 20 00 2." 00 .- go SO CO 7." 00 2 sqv.are o $3 ;r 4 On 5 .Vi c, ro 7 r 1-2 00 ST 00 ia oo 15 00 rt on it yx coi.. col.. 1 col.. . 12 IW J."0() 17 00 S20 00 23 00: 30 00 2d 00i SO en 50 oe! IB 00 Legal advertisement $1 per square for each insert...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 July 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 45. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j. c. os it o km: 8. I.. IIAKV12Y, I Editors. PLYMOUTH, i:DIA: TnCBSDAY,Ju LY 13, 1805. TIic Fate of tlio Conspirators. The trial of the assassination conspira tors by a military commission at A ash inston, is ended. Pavne, Atzeroth, liar roldand Mrs. Surratt have been convict ed, sentenced to death and executed. Ar nold, Dr. Mudd; O'Laughlin and Spaug ler were convicted and sentenced to the penitentiary Spangler for six years and the others for life. The execution of the four first named took place on Friday hst. We tan but regret the fate of Mrs. Surratt. V'e do so for several reasons. Iu the first place the jurisdiction of the tribunal before whom they were tried, was. to say the very least, extremely doubtful. Seeondb , there wrs no evidence whatever showing her knowledge of or complicity in the as passination of the president. She was however, privy to a plan for his abduction some time previous to his de...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 July 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 45. ,1 i vi 4 THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Dr. W. II. Davenport, Surgeou Den tist, will bo at tlic Edwards House in Plymouth, on the last Tuesday and Wed nesday of thi3 month. The Democracy of Allen County met in Convention at Ft. Wayne, on the 1st inst.. and nominated F. S. O'Rourkc for Auditor, and Wni. Long for Commission er. The New York Tribune, says the Dos'on (Courier, declares that the negroes "saved ihe coiatry in the hour of itssorest need." "We have some slight recollection that a few white men had a hand iu the matter. A great change in the weather from warm to cold occurred here last Saturday evenin?. The thermometer fell in a few hours some thirty degrees, and on Mon day overcoats were in demand at a pre mium. The man Cohoo whi was so intent last week on putting an end to his earthly ca reer, after a night's lodging with the pro prietor of the Cross-barred exchange, wide ly concluded to abandon the enterprise, i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 July 1865

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 45 VOLUME 10. Hnller Itrrakiiig Young Colls. Younr colt?, when their dams are uscl in harness, arc frequently troublesome about following, especially when traveling: on the hihvay, where they arc liable to meet other torsos. It is common to see a young colt run directly away from its Jam, when on the road, and becoming bewild cred, no little trouble is required to bring it back. To avoid all annoyance from this source, make a sofe halte suitable for the colt's head, and hitch it to a strong fence, or some other place, where it can Dot run around a post and wind the rope tip. It may pull for several hours, but it will soon learn to stand. As soon as ac customed to th halter, the colt may be taught to lead, by placing the dam a few rods distant from where it is hitched, and leading it toward her. It will be impos sible to lead a colt away from its dam, un til it has become well accustomed to the halter. By spending a little time with a colt, treati...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 July 1865

4 mim Lj J "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS LEA INTAIN; IT NAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN" Ii.1-. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 20, L865. NUMBER 46. OCRAT. JV J J i i 'S TUE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLISH KD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- L. HABVEY, Proprietor- Terms ef Subscription a year in Advance. aymimt muit be made invariably In advance 1 tlae paper discontinued at the expiration of ae tine pari for, wdess rciicaed. These terms will bo sirictly adhered to. Rates of Advertising: One square (the sr? of ten n03 or les5 this type one week, 1,00, and ö') cents for each additional insertion. No, si's 1 mo 1 square 0 "( 2 4 or "- 5 5 4 " 6 5?' -f col. . . 7 5 col... 100 1 col 13 00 in o 1 mos. ; 6 mo? 1 year. i oi :oo I ft" fif ftio Of) G (H! r 00 I 1-J 0 15 00 8 oi moo ! 13 or 2) 00 10 00 12 00 : I S 00 2. 00 12 00 J." 00 : 20 00 2. 00 17 00! 20 00 ' CO 00 50 00 2." CO' 3'J 00 ' 50 06 ! 75 00 Legal advertisements $1 rcr square for each insertion', ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 July 1865

VOLUME I THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 46. J. THE PLDH rrrn 11 T H u U S D A Y, J U I Y 20, 1SG5. . " Parlj" Supremacy. Not lorn; since the radicals of tho country advocated entire and complete co-operation with the administration, and denoun ced all who refused to do this as vile dis loyalists, traitors and copperheads, more to ho dreaded if possible than rebels in arms against the government. "What was bef.ro snspecte! ha? now become patent to all, which is, that the reason for their 1 I ure tllc course lay in the desire to fee complete supremacy uf their i arty; not in the lore they bore their country. As proof of thi? vvc have only to tir, them by; their own rule of action." . Vhcn presi dent Johnson first issued his proclamation tor the re-e-n-trncti"n of North Car jiiini, the radicals found fault with him because he did nut recognize tho doctrine of negro MitTVage by means of which they hot el to fecure a party triumph in that State. They howled fiercely, when they foun...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 July 1865

NUMBER 46. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOU T II WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT- LeCAL AND jM I? G K LL A NEO t"3 , IS". A. C. Üt. K. EXruEsa trauts tass wanatau, it GQI.VQ NORTH, Night esprcs?, (Sundnva excepted). . 11:3 AM Day ': .. 7:31 P M GOIN'G BOCTH, Nighr Expre;?, (raturd m excepted).. D.-r.GP M Iay V (Sundajs'excepted) 12:5S " Merlin?: of Centra! Committee. The members of the Democratic Cen tral Committee of Hr.rshall County are re quested to meet at the Court House in riyinoutli, on Saturday the 2 2d day of July, ISO 5, at cue o'clock 1. M. , for the transa-ction of important buiues3. It is üesired that every tnemher of th Comfit tec be present. A. 0. T'UMPSON Secretary. Dr. W. II. Duvcnpoit, Surgeon Den tist, will be at the Kd war-Is Ifou-c in lMjmcuth, cn next Tuesday and "Wedr.es !.v Dr. Mudd, Spanier, O'Loucrhlin and Arnold have been sent to the Dry Tur tuas instead of tiro Albany penitentiary. Advices from "Washington state posi tively that Jeff. Davis will uot bo tried by a mili...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 July 1865

NUxtfBER 46. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 9 I i .i 1 'J . i .' . 4 , i '. Wonted. AN BOXEST INDUSTRIOUS BOY. "Ve lately saw an advertisement headed as above. It convcj3 to every boy aa im pressive moral lesson. 'An honest, industirom boy" is always wanted. He will be sought for; his servi ces will be in demand; he will be respected and loved; he will be epoen of in terms of hi-h commendation, ho vrill always have a home; he will grow up to be a man of known worth and established charac- tCrile will be uar' id. The merchant will want him for a salesman or a clerk; the master machanir will want him for an apprentice or a journcymau; patients for a physician; religious congregations for a pastor; parents, for a 'teacher of their children; and the people for an officer. He will be wanted. Townsmen will want him as a citizen; acquaintances as a neighbor; neighbors as a friend; families aa a visitor; the world a3 an acquainlancc; nay, the girb will want him for a beau, and fin...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 27 July 1865

f-eople have betöre them only the s ame 'u'-vl " " ......w.o...! voi -p it v M ATTnniT "W T? 1? "IT T V" n I? 1 f APT? A T -' ' " " . 1: ; i : L. -77'Z' . r- : : : - " ' ' : " " " "' ' : : " " " ' 1 ' : t T , -. XI 2- R E LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAI IT TAI IT; UI7AV7HD BY I II ? L U 2 I C 3 AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1SG5. VOLUME 10 AlLMCElt 47. THE PLYMOUTH DEJIOCIUT. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, ß. Li. HARVEY, Proprietor- Terms of .Subscription .2,00 a year in Advance- Payments must be ni vie Invariably in advance and the paper discontmnedftt the expiration of the time pall for, unless renew ed. These terms will be strictly adhered to. Hates of Advertising: One square (it e f ten line., or less or this tvpe) one week, $1,00, and Scents for each . ..m:,;1..i :,,tinn No. sq's I square K col.. . f2' COl.; . 1 col.... I nns. C mos l vear. 5 00 10 00 12 0 15 00 i0 00 7 Of s; 10 00 i-2 0( 'J5 0) 1.- 00 20 00 1-W0f 25 00 20 (...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 27 July 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 47. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. S. L,. IIAIIYHY, i Editor. I L. I'M O IT II, IXDJAW Thursday, Ju l y 27, 1S05. Democratic County Convention. Furuant to notice tlie Democratic Central Committee of Marha!l C.Minty inet at the T.ourt House, on Saturday the 20d day of July, and af ter being called to order, A . C. Capros was chosen Ch.Vrmin. in the p!aee of D. McDonald, absent. Tlie Committee resolved that the County Con vent: oa woulJ Le he'.il on Nalnrdiij, f lie l'2iU day of AkjthsI, At the Court House, at 1 o'clock P. M. The baai of representation agreed upon was one de'egate vote fr every ten Democratic votes cast, in the lespectivc townships, at the I;tt No vember election, which entitles the different town?hir3 to the following i:umbcr of delegate YO?3 from each : Union Township. 1.1 delegates; Confer, 4T; Green. 0; Eourbwn, :J'; Tipp-eanoc ; (lermui. 1'J: North, 11; l'oIk.H; W est. 11; Walnut, 1!. The following suisct io:4 s.re re-V'-U'i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 27 July 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 47. -1. 7 i 7 i 1 II 12j lJMlillJjM..-l. 1 Local and Miscellaneous. Burglars arc alout; keep your doors and tvindows wdl fistencd at uiglit, and when absent during the l;iy. Wc lenrn that. Mr. liirrett from Penra. tu. -t , i,i t Ii..,., luinots, nas pTircn;.ci uic iia i ui.i. .,r,t nffi o.l -vlll s,,or set the ren.er in ! operation. Success to him. Theuk is yet a considerable portion of the wheat crop outstanding in this county, and we learn from the farmers that it is much injured by the abundant ra'i.s, and in many cases badly grown in the shock. TilERK will be a spcc'al meeting; of tho ! lncinbera of Lodge No. 14!) of F. k A. 31. to-niglit. All the members are requested to be in attendance. Ye hope our Town dads will hurry up that new Fire Kngine. Somebody's house or store-room will take tire some of these times, and then there will be another splurge wc suppose, relative to an Engine. Gen. Sherman arrived at Indianapolis on Tuesday...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 27 July 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 47. Inllucucc of Forests oji :iim:itc and Soil. From an nblo address of Prof. A. "Winchell, on "The Sfoih and t?ulsoi!s of Michigan," vre extract the following, which ought to ho read by every far rer, and, if necessary to keep it in memory, framed andhmi; up in Iiis liousc. Its truths r.pply not only to that tatc hut far beyond it, and are of great importance: "Tho earliest aid most pervading agen cy exerted by man in the modification off the soils of the Peninsula is the destruc tion of forest.. Forests are the garments of the soil. They protect it oqually from excessive culd and from excessive heat. They shelter the snows from the drifting power of the wind, and are thus enabled to await the lapse of the rigorous winter, with their feet wrapped in a fleecy blau ket. Every autumn they pay back to the Foil, with interest, all that the soil has expended upon them. They fend oft' the burning rays of the summer sun, and re strain tho i'j...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 August 1865

PLYMOUTH "TO" ID1!? ITT V DEMOCRAT, 11 j g 'HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." ! 4 v v JLUJLI i 1 4 .1 1 VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, B- L. HARVEY, Proprietor- TcruiN or Subscription s$2,00 a year in Advance. TaymenU must be mule invariably in advance and tle paper discontinued at the expiratio.i of the time paid for, unless renewed. Tltcsc terms will be strictly adhered to. Hates of Advertising: One square (th Fpaee of ten lines or less of this typo) one week, $1,00, and 50 cents for each additional insertion. No. BqS . I iqnarc 2 I " 4 " icol... coU-. 1 col."... I mo m o 1 mos. j C mo? 1 year. $10 00 ir oo 20 00 2." 00 2." 00 $2 ri 4 or 5.V 75 $I0( c no 8 or 10 00 5on 8 on 10 00 12 0-1 !.- OO $7 Of 1'2 Of 1." 00 18 00 20 00 1-2 i0 i7 12 U0, i0 CO ( 00 Lfgal advertisements SI per square for each insertion, cht rged to parties publishing them. Communications to promote private ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 August 1865

L i. 1 VOLUJIE 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DE3IOCKAT. NUMBER 48 i 4 rt -f. Tilti PLVM0I1TI1 DEMOCRAT. s. i j. iiARvrv, Editor. TLYHOUTH, IXIMAX4: T ii u u s d a y, A u o. 3, 186.5. Democratic County Convention. Pur'uant to notice the Democratic Central Committee of Marshall County met ar the Court House, on Saturday tlie 22d day of July, and af ter being caJied to order, A . C. C;i;ron was chosen Chrrrain- in the place of D. McDonald, absen'. The Committer resolved that the Connty Con ventiou would Ik; held on Saturday. Ue 12 Hi day of August, At tue Court House, at I o'clock P. AC The basis of representation agreed upon was one de'agita vote for every ten Democratic votes caj-t. in the respective townships, at the last No vember election, whicU cutitles the different townsVpo to the following number of delegate yo'e from each : , Union Township, i.i uciogaies; ycn.tr, llre.Mi. .0; Bourbon, 2; Tippato-e ! ; C.crman, 13: North, 11; Folk, 9; U est. 11; Walnut, 1.. The followi suggestion. r...

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