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

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 48 THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. Why diJu't Mr. Muttinjrly advocate his negro suffrage doctrine in the rcpublicau Convention last Saturday? The mayor of Portsmouth, Ya., hashcen arrested by the military authorities, it is supposed for interfering with some of their special privileges. TitE editor of the Republican is appar ently anxious to inaugurate a system of political rows, and general lawlessness in this county. We advise him and his friends uot to do it. Wk have had several days of fin weather, affording farmers ? excellent opportunity to secure the ;!.- anding vheat erop. The tclepraj h reports President John son ill again. Oar impression is that his frequent severe "attacks" could be greatly modified by a reduction in the daily allow ance of his whisky. Somk indiscreet chap j.layeil the old t-cratch with the dogs on Monday night last, in tlii place, by sprinkling fresh meat dosed vrith strvcliiiine around rather proniis...

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. — 3 August 1865

J VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 48 '.i ' IIauvest Prospects inIuel.vd.-TUc accounts from every part of the countrv concur in describing the prospects as most cheering. ltlx ihe exception of turnips which hare been injuriously -affected by the d roughs and ravages of the My, all the other portions of the crops are report ed to be m excellent condition. Ihe cut ting of hay is proceeding with great ra pidity under very favorable circumstances. and t iC potato crop is sound and iruiuui Some anxiety has been felt iu the long continuance of hot weatuer, but tae wel come showers which fell generally on the 2Cd apy cared to have dispelled tliein, and inspired the larmcrs with lresu coundAice. White Soldiers, St ami Asido. Ia his recent speech in Massachusetts, Wendell Phillips, referring to the close of the late struggle iu the field, and those who participated in it, Faid : "Now comes the crisis. What is the negro ? Well, I sav iu the face of all prejudice, that amid the ...

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. — 10 August 1865

all;,i 7" . TM" nn 1 o HERE L E T : T H E PRESS' TUB PEOPLE'S RIOHTd MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE A N D UN BOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1865. IVU3IBER 49. D LTMOUTH X; IS1 I.' I.' I V V JUJJjJAJU X 4 THE PLfMOHTII DEMOCRAT,! PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, S- Li. HARVEY, Proprietor- Tci-ius of Sul.s-i-ilin 9'20 a ypar in A 1 v:mcr. Payments must be made invariably fi advance and the paper discontinue I at the expiratio.i of Iho time paid for, unless renewed. These terms t ill be strictly adhered to. Rates of Advertising: Vr Ci'iare (the rnu of ten lines or less nf this type) one tfeek, and bj cents for each nJJitioii.il insertion. No. sq'sj 1 mo. m o I I;1'H. i 0 II105 l year. Sin 00 !." 00 20 00 s. oo s: oo r.o oo :. oo 1 square 2 t 4 " .S'c.l... '., col.. . 1 col. .If 4 Od r .v 4 o o : oo G 0i) a no 8 (Mlj 10 00 MOOj 1-2 0' Pino! 17 or; an oo 25 cu so oo s? 0' i or i; oo 1 s 00 no o:i 73 i 1Ü001 ISO" r,o oo Legal advertisements...

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. — 10 August 1865

VOLUME 10 TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 49 TUE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j. .osronc S. I- IliRVUY, J i:li(ors. PLYMOUTH, IXIMAWi TlIUKSD A Y, A U G. 10, ISO"). ' 1 J S Democratic County Convention. The I)enwcratie Convention for this County will bo lioll at th ; Court House in Plymouth next Saturday at One o'clock r. M., to select cauiliJatc." for the diffcr ent county offices to be filhd .it the endu ing election. Marshall County has a round democratic majority aud the only 'jiiestkm to determine is who shall be our standard bearers in the campaign. That we .-hall succeed in electing whomsoever we nominate is bey md any reasonable con tingency. Tv.o weeks ago we stated the fact that a ntiee had been neu of the time or plaec of holding the- meeting to mate ar rangements for tho soldier's free dinner. AVc also stated that none but republicans ViCrc permitted to participate in those ar rangements. The Republican admits that the charges were true, r.ml labors through a half column of s...

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. — 10 August 1865

VOLUME 10. NUMBER 49 THE DEMOCRAT' Local and Miscellaneous. CoUHT. The August term of tlie Cir cuit Court commences next ' Mundny; all those having business therein will take notice au ! govern thciusclvcs accordingly. Look IIkre. C. C. Buck, of the firm of Buck Si Toan, starts East on the 22.1 inst, to purchase cotls. All pcrsous iu debtcd to the firm must pay up hefore that date. Thanks. Daniel Jacoby has our thanks 'for those fine apples left at the Democrat 'office last Saturday. His liberality is truly v?om mend able. Vfz call the attention of our readers to the advertisement of C. M. Dunn & Co.s Ireat Gift Sale in another column of our paper. The entire business may be done try mail, and you may get a splendid piano or gold watch for one dollar. The friends of the Michigan City Har bor imp rovement intend to hold a Conven tion at that place on the 17th. tiovernor Morton, Hon. G. S. Orth. Hon. K. Wash burne, and other distinguished speakers will be present. At Bockron. O ir...

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. — 10 August 1865

NUMBER 49 VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. TIio IV umber Three. When the world was created wc find land, water and sky; sun, moon and stars. Noah had but three sods: Jonah was three days in the whale's belly; our Saviour pass- his Saviour thrice. There were three patriarchs -Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. Abraham entertained three angel. Sam uel was called three times. 'Simon, lov est thou me ?" was repeated three times. Daniel was thrown into the den with three lions, for praying three times a day. Sha drach, Mcshnech and Abcilneg were res cued from the flames of the oven. The Ten Commandments were delivered on the third day. Job had three friends. St. Paul speaks of faith, hope and charity these three. Those famous dreams of the baker aud butler were to come to pass in three days; and Elijah prostrated him self three times on the body of the dead child. Samson deceived Delilah three times before she discovered the secret of his strength. The sacred letters on the cross arc I. II...

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. — 17 August 1865

W If n J 1 5 A ? n - B-v- -4- . V - rfi "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN A WED. BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1SG5. IVUMBER 50. PLYMOUTH WEEKLY OCRA T i - J THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. PUBLISH RD EVEttY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, 'S- L. HARVEY, Proprietor- Terms oT Subscription '1,00 a year in Atlvanrc. rtnenU must be nude invariably iti advance ' id J the nancr discontinued at the exniratio.i of 'te time paid for, unless renewed. These terms ill be strictly adliered to. Rates of Advertising: One square (the space of ten lines or less of this type) one week, $1,00, and o) cents for each additional insertion. ISo. 6's 1 iqiiarc fi I 4 f:j col. . . l.j rol.. . 1 col.. . . 1 mo 1 2 ra o l mos. j C mos 1 year. $2.r I0I ."!; 57 1" 10 00 4 no ; im no i- ut ir no :5 s im lo oo ! i:. or 20 00 G ." 10 00 ISnnJ is CO i?.-. 00 7 5 I 12 00 II 00 '; 20 00 25(10 12 00 17 00: 20 f.o ; :o 00; .10 (to 1800 2500' no (to; 50 do...

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. — 17 August 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 50. THE PLD10UTII DEMOCRAT. j. os no it r. s. i,. ii iitvi:v, I Editors. Tiiuusd a y, A u o. 17, 1805. IcmocratIc Cotmly Convention. The Democratic Convention of Marshall Countv, met at the Court House on Sat urday August I2tb, 18G5, at one o'clock, and there was a full attendance of staunch oM democrats from every township. S. Ucals, Esq., of Uourbon, was culled to the Chair, and C. II. Reeve, Esq, was selected to act as Secretary. A resolution was adopted authorizing each township to fill vacancies in the del elation?, if anv, and the names of candi dates were announced as follows: For r.y.imiissioncrs, Wir. (larrison. of Uourbon; Leonard Allcman, of (Jrccn, and Simeon Uluc, of Tippecanoe. For Recorder, T. D. Bailey, T. McDon ald, D. S. Grube, and VV. 31. Patterson, of Center, and Jo.'in W. Houghton, of Rourhon. For Surveyor. J. M. Klingcr, of Center, and Robert McFarlane, of Union. The candidates each pledged themselves to abide by t...

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. — 17 August 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 50. THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. The New York Tribune inquires wheth er the Democratic party is 'to be or not to be." The evidence is daily and hourly accumulating that it is 'to be" very de cidcdly. Dress M akin is Mrs. Bell C. fattingly has commenced the Dress Making busi ness in the room occupied by Mrs. Dunham as a Millinery shop, -where she will be pleased to tender her services to the !a I'es of Plymouth and vicinity. The Maine Democratic 5 täte Conven tion met at Portland on Tuesday last, and nominated Hon. James Howard, of Port kin fur Governor. An exchange paper says the "loyal" papers arc calling for a new election in Itichmond. They manage elections down outliou the principle ''heads I win, tails you lose." If mir candidates are elected, well and good; if not, yet the election asidö, and 4try, try again." Discontinued. The post office at Tippecanoctown, in this county, has been "discontinued. This mates it disagreea...

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. — 17 August 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 50 A-Smart 3Iax. My friend l"iYe3 three Miles fruni the postoffice; and one stormy night last winter, he told his new help to harness the horse, go down to the office, and see what there was in the. box, giving him the number. In duo time Jerry returned, and put up his horse at the library dour ot Mr. C , who, sitting in gown and slippers, was im patiently awaiting the arrival of the mail. ""Well, Jerry, what was there at the postofficc for me?" 'Tr.'o letters and a paper, sir," "Well, hand them to me." "Indade, sir, and you didu't tell me to bring them, at all. at all !" Mr. C finding that Jerry had the test of it, ajkcdhiui "what he went to the of fice for." Jerry replied: "You tould meto go to the office and see what was in the box. and haven't I done it shure." Jerry had to harness irp again, and take another ride in the cold, muttering as he went, that he wished his honor would "be atter maning what he said next time." TIic Kentuc...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 August 1865

TMOXJ nn j j. HERE LET THE PRESS THE PBOPLB'3 RIOHT3 MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNSOUGHT ET CAIN. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1805. NUMBER 51. 13 WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. TUBPLYMOBT DEMOCUT. rUBMSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, 6 Ii. HARVEY, Proprietor- 'Oruis oT Subscription !-,00 a 3 car in Advance. ajmenU nliift be made invariably in advance All the paper discontinue! at the expiratio. of tlit time paid for, unless renewed. These terms will be strictly adhered t. Hates of Advertising: One square (tho space of ton linos or less nf this type) one week, $1,00, and 5) cents for each additional insertion. No. soa I qua re 8 I 4 " col.. . V, col . 1 col.. . . 1 mo I m o 1 mos. j G mos I year. $2ff 4 0( 5 IN) j $7 01 $10 00 4 00 00 8 00 j 12 01 .", 00 5.V 8 01. 10 00 j 1" 00 20 00 r, .in looo i-2 no : is no 2.100 7 5 12 00 1.1 00 1 20 00 2.1 00 1200! 17 00 20 00 ! no on .10 00 in 00: 2.1 00. 30 00 i 50 00, 7.1 00 LrniL advertisement $1 per square for each ...

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. — 24 August 1865

VOLUME 10 THE PLYMOIJT II W EEKLY D R 31 OC1IAT. NUMBER 51. mun tit riinnnnii nffiinrin im I 11 Ii i Ii I U UL I II 1 Iifl U t U .1 1 . 1 - -r -r--- -.----:::: , WB?OMXI, , I J. Ci. OMSOEiM: ) r.,lA w iiipvi'v t Iullors. M. IV IMUtLi, ) PJaY31 O I'T 1 1 , S K f S A X : r 1 II L' II S P A Y, Aü G. . 4, lo()0. . - i 1 . , . , " , .- t ' LlIit ESrcaUit!; in upon Tlscni. The Indianapolis correspondent cf the! iers relief law of this State. It appears J that this o untv l:a; more bcncficiarioj un- Chicago Tribune, alow davs a:;o, writing '""ui t-uiors 1110 consequences ro omn- " . , , . em societv of a longer exosure to Aor- to that rater, furnished some verv curious . . - . . , ' . . i t . them agitation, that the secession move official statistics on t!io subject of the sold- ,ucnt was risible. This a-itation w;h der the law. has uiore wives and children of '", ,'T,, r. , t I which cave hou'hem ucmrgoirueisLi its re soldiers than Larorto. St. Josoj.h, j-; sistjc.. Yower." eiusko or Elk...

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. — 24 August 1865

, I 1 j BJEfl VOLUME 10. m II TT T S7" 7iT tTT rai ?T 117 "27 ST "FT" IT 57- X TT " -Tk A rsi til l Ii J ITJL v u .11 H W Iii a IU J U Vi ITA f Kj 50h ii I . NUMBER, 51. - j j ? Local and Miscellaneous. A Council of Kojal and Select Meters (Masctiic) was organized here bst week under favorable auspices. W c have received the MTtcmicr nam- Lerof Feter.Ws Magazine. This is one ot the best publications of its kind in ex itence The Pioscesan Convention (Episcopal) of this State is in session at Indianapolis. It is thought that an assistant Fishop will be elected by that body before its close. Notice There will be a grand ball in Lakcville on Friday evening, September 8th-, lbC., the proceeds cf which will be used for laving the mill in Lake ille. foundation of a gritt 51 w2 We have heard it intimated that Keu. dall, the abolition candidate for Fccordor, lias announced himself in favor ot negro equality. lie thinks a nigger is as good as he is, which is no doubt true. Pf.ntisTRV. We are ...

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. — 24 August 1865

V OLU3IE 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NU3IBE11 51. Too Much Mother. Arteriitis Ward gets off the good paragraph following Our ballad writers put too much in their melodies. Thus wc hare "Dear mother, I've cotac houc to die." "Mother is the battle o'er?" Mother, dear,0 pray for me" " Write a letter to my mother," just as if she would do it until he washed the cork from his face. A mother is a good thinj;. Without mother?, in fact, life would be unplc.-i.sant. ut why sin; the maternal parent's so persistently, and in Euch shaky verso? Why not vary the thing, and occasionally produce a father or two '! If we must continually sing about our parents, let us by all means give the "old man a chance." A Sure Remedy for a Felon. This very painful eruption with all the ''reine dies" recommended, is seldom arrested until it has run a certain course, after causing great suffering for two or three days. The following remedy is vouched for by the Advocate as a certain thing from its cwn know...

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. — 31 August 1865

btvf 14 "HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFI. A IT D U7TBOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 10 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, AUGUST ol, 1SG5. 1VU3IBER52. 1 T vi r3 a. b4 kfi M JL Y JLLiJ XV JU JL JLJ TUG PLYMOUTH BEMBAf , rUBLISIIP.D EVETiY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, ß. L. HARVEY, Proprietor- Terms or SnLsnipt ion '200 a year in Advance. Payments must be m.iuo Invariably in advance and th paper discontinue! at the exoiiitio. of tlie timo paid for, unless renewed. These tonus will hs strictly adhered to. Rates of Advertising: Fna square (th y-aco of ton linos or less of j Uns type) one week, ji'u, an I ') cents for each additional insertion. No, S'i's I'sqnaro S a i 4 Col. . . f j col.. . 1 col.... 1 mo I ta o 1 mos. i C mos I year. SiO(- S' 00 ! :7 0( $10 no 4 no n F 00 i 1-2 0i J " 0!) 55' 8 Oi I0 0O j 15 0ü 20 00 C5'- 10 fit' 1-2 00 HOO 00 75" 10 ou! i." f i ' 520 no; :.- 00 n oo; it ooi io no j no ooj 50 00 13001 25 10. 3000 1 SOG, 75 U') Legal advertisements 1 ...

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. — 31 August 1865

VOLUME 10 hi P j. . osizosixi: 1 s. is II A 11 Y II V, 5 lJiIuis. . IM-Y.TIOUTII, IMM YVt: 1 II U II SD A Y, A II t;. 51, 1 8(5. To tlic Democracy of Marshall Co. Whereas, certain reports are being cir culated in portions of this county charging the Democratic candidate for Ilecorder. John W. Houghton, with having voted for certain Kepubliean caudidates in times jir.it. we the Iernocv:?tie Central Committee of Marshall County having investigated the same in the presence of Mr. Houghton, unanimously passed the following resoiu tion : Resolved, That after .1 thorough inves tlfr.i'ion we lind John W. Houghton a reliable Democrat, and worthy of the warmest support from the Democratic party of this count-. ly order of the Central Committee. CH AS. II. KHK VH Chairman. A. C. Cairox, Secy. Close or YoIi:m5 IO. The present number closes the 10th volume of the D- mocrat. It is established cn a permanent basis, and although not as remunerative as it ought to be, and less influential than it w...

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. — 31 August 1865

NUMBER 52. VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DE3IOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. The authorities have given Jefferson Ihvis the lhrull to read, and they call this 'ameliorating his condition !' If von want la cniov a comfortable Kuiokc, up to the new billiard haii and invent a dime with Elias Loy. and sret a : v- : ri;, w,,- o,rtm : iXt lJCE 1 iierc win uu ;v u i aim uaii in ; mm -it i l . c, . i years. as uucer union lousiy uitum. ii.mt Lakcville on Friday cvcnins. September ! . r , . . ... , , J . i to make room fur Ins Major competitor. Eth, IS to, the proceeds of wluth will be I ,.r ., ' ? . ' . e suppose the convention adopted the Used fur lav in " thc foundation of a jrrist 1 i .i o . o j principle that the more a man liath, the mill in Lakcville. ;lw2 . . , , . . 1 i n more he is entitled to receive, and he that AVill t':e Republican tell us without ( hath little is entitled to but little consider fircunilocution or prevarication, whether , ation. Had the party thou...

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. — 31 August 1865

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 52 Xix. Not quite a thousand years ago, Nor a thousi-ü-d miles away. Was seen 1 y men who pissed along, A Dutchman fat and grey, He had fought in trio war of Seventy six. And his name was Wouter Uhine Wine Nix. lie always stood in the open door Of a Lnjer User fc'aloon, And would dispense, with willing hand, To any couutry loon, His switzer cheese, that had tha kick?, For a jolly soul waj Wouter Nix. II hid stood there for many a day, Celling l.urcr beer and krout, When in one day stepped grim old Death, And Wouter Rhine stepped out In his drink he had placed a couple of sticks t And they crossed and choked fat Wouter Nix The "Switch Gazette" shall print the tleath Of the landlord that has gone, His good old frow no beer shall drink While she and we Loth mourn For him would his liquors mix, Fat red-faced Wouter Rhine Wine Nix, Now, all my friends who read these line?, I pray you to take care, Do not be seen in a bc?r saloon, If your nam...

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. — 7 September 1865

1 r r DEM "HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIX7.'" VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1805. NUMBER 1. PLTMOUT WEEKLY t l i i 2 i 1 I) J THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLtsiinb LvLUY tiIürsdaY at Plymouth, Indiana. rS- Ij. HARVEY. Proprietor. 'Terms or Subscription $2,00 a jear In Advance. PymenU irnst be made invariably in advance l and the paper discontinued at the expiration of tk time paid for, unless renewed. These terms will bo strictly adhered to. Subscribers who gt their paper? by the carrier will be charged 25 cents a year extra. Rates of Advertising: ' Pne square (the ppaeo of ten lines or less of this type) one week, $1,00, and 50 cents for each additional insertion. No, v'i I Bqaaro 8 t " 4 f4 COl.. . K2 col... 1 col.. . . 1 mo. J m o 1 mos. j C mo? 1 year. S2 5 S4 01! 5 00 $7 0 $10 00 4 Of' 6 0d 8 00 12 0 lä OD 5 5 8 00 10 no 15 00 120 00 6 50 10 00 1-2 00 18 0) 2.-00 7 5 12 00 15 00 20 OH 25 00 12 00 17 0...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 7 September 1865

VOLU3IE.il. TUE PLY M O U T II WEEKLY DEMOC Ii A T. NUMBER 1. MB PLYMOUr II DEMOCRAT. .1. g.osijouvm: H. I,. II i II Vi: Y, s llriitoi". i o ijt 1 1 , i m i a : T ii u it s d a y, S 1: l t. 7, tSOa. IVcw Yoiium. The DrmiH-ritt enters thU weck nj-on the cuiumciicemont of its eleventh volume. Thankful fur the patronage heretofore ex tended, the ) roprietor begs leave to assure Iiis patrons that no pains or effort on his part sdiall be lacking to make the lho crvt hereafter in all respects worthy of their hearty support. These indebted to the office are request ed to make paymeut. What i.s a mere trifle to each of those indebted, ij in the rt"Te'rate a considerable turn to the pro j rietor. i i nr t B' It is repo. ted that Houghton, the democratic nominee for Reorder, in order to retain the post office at F.oTboii, voted in Ir-b'-J fur Col tax and 1'arka. Will the Democrat tell us whether il is true or false ? Republican. Certainly we will, we could not refuse so reasonable a request o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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