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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 17 May 1866

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 37' VOLUME 11. THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Adveutisiso Agents C. II. bcmvEN fc Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook, Counts; 3l Co 85 Dearborn St Chicago 111, S. M. ! Pettingill, .ew ork City, and Ofa i. KowEL&Co.,23ConsresSt. Boston, Mass., are autnorized to receive advertisements for , the Demockat. Central Committee. The Democratic Central Committee of Marshall county arc requested to meet at the off, C "IT T r.m-.. in T1 i-i-i-i vnK nn Tuoeflnv the 22d day of May, 1S06, at 1 o'ekxk i- m., for we transaction oi important ousiness. -v lun , attendance is desirable. By order of the executive committee. C. II. HELVF, Chairman. (Attest,) A. C. CAPTION, Secy. i SWEET POTATOES. Those wanting ; potetoe plants can be supplied by calling on j Joseph Westervelt or J. Brownlee of this ; racc- j There will be services at the Evan-eli- cal Lutheran church next Sun lay at 10 Insane An inquest of insanity was ' am Hrothcr Fireman, Johu Nu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 17 May 1866

. NUMBER 37 VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 1 C rowing OIl. i i bv uns. v. it. r.unT.rT(;rr Are "We reallv older (b tr, -e rrcra tucty years ago ? Xo uoubt (lie wcrlu thiuks j so; and our Ivoin-lassCo, it luiy be, I would tell the sural story. But the world j knows almost notliin; about us, and what : a. mere surfnee r.tViir is tho verdict of a lookinpj-his-j. I L.iiatnin that I ami younger than I var iheiu I find my life more enjoyable, the world more beautiful, j men more noble, vomen nurc liveable, ' and little children iu comparably more ati j traetivc. I aio n. t conscious of Living! underfcono" that füiÜ2ation of ihc aeait ! which is the csscuec of old ai.c. I have not learned to bo .-suspicious, or miserly, or j ashamed of cnthu'.i.: mj. j Iu thi vrori I n,"" c .-c mil friction and i material nee j.-,-t'icro is re.tt danger of' becomiug iu-iur -tel to the very bone, or ; of being cjuvorlei Into some ?!Jvt ot n machine r. buijc in:tciinc, or a hotiFc- ' keeping r.vtch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 24 May 1866

TMO nn TV HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BT GAIN," VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUESDAY, MAY 24, I860. D WEEKLY DEMOCRA -a ; r i i . THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, Published every Thursday at plymouth, indiana. 3- L. HARVEY, ProprietorTerms of Subscript Ion $2,00 a year in Advance PajnenU mast be made invariably in advance ind tbe paper discontinued at tiie expiration of the time paid for, unless renewed. These terms will be strictly adhered to. Subrcribers who ge their papers by ti - carrier will be charged 25 cei ta a year extra. Rates of Advertising: One square (tho spare of ten lines or less of Mutvpe) one week, $1,00, and 50 ccnt3 for each additional insertion. No. sq'M 1 mo m o t mo?. I 6 ino? 1 year. $10 no 15 00 20 no 25 00 25 00 50 no 1 square; $2 5 l 00 rn.i 7 or 1 6 nn 00 i 1-2 r,n 3 44 4. . col . . . . tcol .. . I col Leo iniertio. Comm: rnMt be Mma: 5 ro r nn in nr 15 no r, .v., 7 5 10 no', iq nr i ioo 13 no' 5 no J 20 no ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 24 May 1866

VOLUM H 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 38. TlfE PfV IfllfTII nPillflfili IT lXorfulk' found a bill ofindictment aninst Wc arc under obligations to our friend ! The It:u3Ua!s in Mary! a ml. ! The resolutions of the Ha-crstown meet1UU 1 Ii I ill II LI 1 11 llJJiUUtllil 1 i Tflf T)qrrK fnr trMnn find ho will bo rWl I AK nfl V....-U f. n v fl.. 1 l,i , ': :n i " j. g.osiioum: S. L. IIAIIYEY, Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXDIAXt: Thursday, M a y 24, ISGG. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. S IX K ETA It Y OP STATE. (J cn. M AIILOX I). 31 ANSON, of Montymcry Al'DITOTi OK STIT CHRISTIAN G. BAc.Kli, of Clarke. ruEAsmnrj, or state. JAMES 13. RYAN,of3Iarion. ATOTINEY ESEKAL. JOHN R. COFFUOT1I, of Huntington. SUPERIXTHNDEXT OK TCCLIC IXSTHUCTIOX. R. 31. CHAPMAN, of Knox. The nioodlf tiers and Jeif. Davis. Scarcely a republican paper reaches us that does not invoke the powers that be in favor of taking thc life of JetF. Davis. Now that thc government has completed its arrangements for his trial by thc la...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 24 May 1866

VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 38. THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. Adveutisino Acexts. C. II. Sckiven & Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook. Coisntx & Co. 83 Dearborn .St., Chicago, Ills, S. M. Vettixgili., New York City, and Gi:o. P. Rowei.L fc Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mass., axe authorized to' -ive advertisements for: the UEMOCHAT. 1 l Democratic ify Convention. Tlic Democratic CoiLty Convention, to hominate officers to b 2 voted for :U the fUbcr Section to bchoM fome in PI v Dion1 " the Court - J'.'ine lot I next, at one . -I. T. democratic vote of the lU-Tt P Vit ill l .1 1 im, "'i iu 'r-n inl election is tfiken nstlin basis - representation, and one delegate for every ten votes and the fraction of tea, proposed. This gives the following delegation from each township: Polk 9; West 11; Union 13; Green 10; Walnut 11; Tippecanoe 8; Uourbon . f. ., Ort. "V . . 1 . 11 . r- A 1. t. , i4 , , ,4i Thetownshins are reiuested to meet and I a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 24 May 1866

L VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 38. -.1 What Eyes are .tlade For. One"would almost think that cjes were an arrangement to prevent pcoplo frvm seeing. The same thought passed in the inind of the prophet thousands of year ago; " Eje3 have they, but they see "not." It is astonishing to obserrc both what people do eee and what they do not. Ouc pair of eyes, Or instance, will return frem a crowded church, and will hare seen (by an almost supernaJur.il faculty, it seema to us) every bonnet, erery ribbon, every dress, every significant look, every posture of action of a thousand people. Our own eyes, looking upon ihc same scene, would have seen not enc of all th:se thing?. One pair of eyes will po through the length of Broadway, and Fee only those "who seem to look upou the owner of said eyej. Another pair will not have ?cen one person in that long walk, nor have tiissed one horse that walked, trotted, capered, or steadily pulled. One man will sec all the ch:ldren the swe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 May 1866

" P JL Y jMF O XJX E " WEEK Y DEMOCRA HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOrLE'3 RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN A WED BY INTLUSIt C3 AND UNSOUGHT BY GAIN" VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 1, L86G. NUMBER 39: :ic-r-2far 1 ? td THE PLYMÖLTH DEMOCIUT.f PUBLISHED EVl'UY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, j S-'L. HARVEY, Proprietor ! Torma rsT Sulri-i if loll ä'J.CO tl . vcar in Advance, Payments must bo made invariably in advance and th niDcr discontinued at the cxpiratlo: of i.i:..n.:.irA. .,nln rnri These terms tUS Halt 1J UU .vr., u...-, - will oe strictly aaucrea to. Subscriber who jret their paper? by lie carrier Will be charged 25 csnts a year extra. Rates of Advertising: One square (tha saace of ten lins or less of a-j one week, 1 ,00, arid 53 cents for each this tvp Additional insertion No, i'pl 1 'no : m t Of' r. on t inn. G mo? 1 I vear. . J t quare 3 " 4 " or 410 HO 1-J Of! 15 00 15 0'j ?0 00 lif'!i! f5 00 0 01' 25 00 .SO no' 50 "0 4 00 S 00 5 .V S 0.M 10 f'O fi 50 10 0 M '0 Vcol....i T5M H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 May 1866

If '3" i." "V7" ?. JT .:" V"T 39. 3 :r.T T'! v V Mi E . 1 1 t tili A?x i c V ; ; - i t el - a v'0'TT-T ! agent -: (ij-i:-37.1j.) .i 4 '.. v. . - . ,1 - t .i .1 V. J . .. L ' ' ' . . . . 1 "t '" :'. it t''-! ' 1. - 4 . -4 4-1.4, v 44 .4 3 . tj . 1 4 .4-4 i J I 4 4 k'lUiUl I i -v :. I . t is if 1 V i;:.t nnevti-J cid c.-ilca oc tue ! tiarlv in a tunc r.a'i v?rv iii -'vi! . ? 1 U v i. it. ji- ' UT -. i t II C V I '.(iv .1 Oi .ii.li'u".L.i t j. ..0 ;;t T ...... r , -. r:tt..:.r i . . . Vi", i C '.I i !.- v ! t '.-r' 'ho C r-r, ricnr'a Court " r. l,:'i:n oaths rstMon .i .t tc-r r. I:ce?e t retail . - r. - T.-OM-i !e.i than a qaartj c. :, : ,;,v.-.;? ?,-'. ia on the r".r:oftho r'.ttTc-ir'rös of let 'Jo. two :he t:-r. z l : '.jttoatb, ! . v .- -- . -'.: -V ' . "i : j ; ' , 1 ' -'1 " " . ' i h:: c. hacLa:;ger. 1 "1 :i : - . i f. r, : ) 1 . . . ! . . . .t i . 1 . ' , I j.. t . .if.-:v. 1 '-J Q i 1 .- . . -. 1 AND w w f . if. 1 : I1 f--i return 11 . . t : o : -"' - i rA.ii , cu the :. 7: irr ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 May 1866

VOLUME 11. NUMBER 39. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT. -Locül and Miscellaneous. Advertising AGE3nre.--C. II. Scbiven & Co., 51 D.earborn Street, and Cook, Coburn Co. -So Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, S. 31. PrrrnrGnx. New York City, and Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Democratic County Convention. The Democratic County Convention, to nominate officers to be votew fr at the October election lSOlVwill bi held at the Court Honso in Plymouth, June lGth next, at one aVIa.I. T "r rrt l . a.. J o clock P. 31. The democratic vote of the last Presidential election is taken as the basis for representation, and one delegate for every Vva votes and the fraction often, proposed. This gives the following delegation from each township: Tolk 0; West 11 ; Union 13; Green 10; Walnut 11; Tippecanoe S; Bourbon JSC; German 20; North 11 ; Centre 45. The tow nships arc requested to meet and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 May 1866

L L VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 39. I i 4 A lovinar" Story. Tbo " local" cf the Buffalo Commercial has le n moving. Hear him : i Yesterday was the first of 3Icy, and cTc.rvbody, except those who trere o unfortunate as to own their Louses thereby leinz liable a utij time to Le gent to State Priscu frr taxes moved. We moved. And it ttm th movingest .sight vre ever eatv. Our readers ought to have Feen the ecene. Our folks coiumeiiceJ pulling up and tenring down the trans a week aero. Most of the plunder was thrown into a heap and humped off into loads, with a total disregard lor ordinary rules. The paregoric aud hive s nip vials were packed in our n r.v hat one of Mckenzie's latest an I bet. The castor 1 :-tt:t-5 wer? vlaced in cur r.ther boot?, it ' : ; sj handy to carry them by the lor The stopper came out of the cu-j e.- i .ir- tumato catsup, and , the tC'pofth; : :u-lurd ecujctiu wa.Lrukea Thal h the hist feasv-ncd :.air cf bowl - rv - ' The other fanri'y insidf...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 June 1866

I DEMOCKA "H ERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED B T INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BY OAIN. VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1866. NUMBER 40. FLTMOUT WEEKLY 8 i I i i t i t i f I THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, published every thursday at Plymouth, Indiana; fe- I. HARVEY, Proprietor. Terms of Subscription 2,00 a year In Advance. Payments must be made invariably in advance ud tho paper discontinued at"tfca expiration of the time paid for, unless renewed. These terms rill be strictly adhered to. Subscribers who get their paper3 by the carrier will be charge! 25 cents a year extra. Hates of Advertising: One squire (tho space of ten lines cr less of tt is type) one week, $1,00, and 5U cents for eacb additional insertion. No. aq'sj lmo.2no.4 mos. j 6 mos- 1 year. :: 1 iqaare $2 50 4 0 0 5 00 $7 00 10 00 f. S " 4 00 6 GC 8 00 12 00 15 00 ; 3 55o 8 00 10 00 15 00 20 00 2 4 " f50. 10 00(12 00 13 0C 25 00 L: arcol.... 75 ( 12 U" 15 00 20 0O 25 00 I co .. . 12 00 17 no! 20 0...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 June 1866

1 rgyxi'i'iifcaAksac S3 VOLUME II. THE 'PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DRMOC II A T. NUMBER 40. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, S. L. 5IAIIVEY, $ manors. PLYMOUTH, IM)I4i T II U K S D A T, J V S E 7, 1SG6. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECnCTAIiY OF STATE, Gen. 3IATILON D. 31 ANSON, of Montgomery ADIT0R OF STATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, of Clarke. TREiSrHER OF 8TATB. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATT0K5ET GENERAL. JOHN R. COFFROTII, of Huntington. rriEI57E5DENT OF rUI-LlC INSTHXTCTI05. R. 31. CHAPMAN, of Knox. Tlio Fenian War. The following is taken from tho news column of yesterday's Chieago Times, and is ttv2 latest news we have from tho Fenians or the Canada border : A telegram from St. Albans announced that the main body of tho Fenians comiccnced marching from FairfieM at 4 o'clock yeaterday afternoon, the column heading towards Cauadi. Other Fenian troops are reported to bo marching to-, wards the border, but their particular destination is not known. The excitement in Canada continues unabated j and every prepar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 June 1866

VOLUME 11. Til "E PLYMOUTH WEEKLY EMG GR AT. NUMBER 40. THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Advebtisito Agents. C. IL Scmmr & Co., 51 Dearborn Street, ana Cook, Coeckn Co. 85 Dearborn St., Chicairo, Ills, S. M Pettingill, Xew York City, and Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 23 Congrcs3 St. Boston, Mass., tire authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Gold opened in New York yesterday at 143 J and closed at 14G2. The ceueral "markets were fairly active, and prices were irregular, and in some instances higher 'than on the previous day. Farmers are complaining that the weather has been altogether too cold for the growing crop. Unless the weather soon gets warmer than it ha3 heen during the past several days, the corn crop will get a late start in this vicinity. Escaped. The two individuals mentioned in our last issue as having been arrested for robbing the house of Col. Place at La Porto last fall, made their escape lasfc Thursday night, and have not eince b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 June 1866

VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 40. New Substance for Soliiig Shoos. The Shoe and Leather Reporter thus notice3 a new material for soling shoe?, which fcerns to bo tho climax of improvement in this department. It sccina to be a substance of which India rubber is the basis, but it is heavier, and has a solMity almost of irou, yet a P.cxibility and chs ticitj which render it a most perfect sub stance for the purpose for which it ii specially offered. It ia not at all of the Tulcanized rubber character, though it appears at a glance to be like that material. As an article for soles it will undoubtedly out wear four pair of tho best English leather. This substance is not to take the place of the ordinary sole, but is to bo applied by a peculiar cement to the boot or shoe, to which it appears to adhere perfectly. It is then pared on the edge, and the work is over. Jlceta arc pat on in tho same way The inventor says a pair cf soles, worn daily, will last one year. It is pa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 June 1866

PLTMO WEEKLY n . o VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 18GG. NUMBER 41. DEMOCRA Y S. - T 1 i -', ( i : TUB PLYMOUTH DB1I0CR IT,L PUBLISHED EVETIYTHURSD W AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HAPvYEYOFFICE in the rost Oßce DuiUincn.u? stairs' year In Advance Payments must be made invarlablv in advance Ud the paper discontinued at the expiratio.i of Trfie time paid for, unless renewed. Thes terms 'ill b strictly adhered to. :"fberibra who get their papers Lv the carrier . -iU be charged 25 cents n year extra. Hates of Advertising: , nu aquar (the spa f 1 1:ne3 or !e, skis type) one wek, $1,00, and öv cents tor eacti Mditlonal insertlcrv 1 mo 1 ni).l tnij. : G mo.- . i i year, .1. 510 00 15 00 i iqaar 3 " VXcol ... llcl . -2 W 4 0t' 6 50 75 P 01 5 00 J 6 00 8 00 j s oo: io oo j li? on! 12 00 : 12 00; 15 ?0 : 17 00! 2') 00 25 CO CO 00 S7 Of 12 Of 15 00 20 00 25 0 0 18 00 20 00 25 00 12 00 30 00' 50 Of M.i 75 CO 1300 LraAL advcrtiteer.ti 1 per F.-juarc :or caca CoimuxitiTioHs tJ p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 June 1866

3au THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G.OSHORXE I 8. L. HARVEY, 5 Editors. rLYHOCTH, s INDIANA t Thursday, June 14, IS6G. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF STATE, G cd. M AI ILON D. M ANSON, of Montgomery ACDITOB OF STATE, CHRISTIAN O. BADGER, of Cla?k. THEASCRER OF STATU. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTOR3ET GENERAL. JOHN R. COFFROTII, of Huntington. ClHrSTESDEKT OP" PU3LIC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. v:i - Center Tp. Deni. Convention. We are unable to find room for the proceedinsra of the above ccment'en. The following are the names of delegates :.ptomted to m-rescct tenter Towcsmpiui. the County Convention on the loth : the . C. Carron, II. Corbin, II. B. Lick soa, R. Williamson, Simon Becker, Chri?. Ilaslanger. Georar? Koch, W. C. Edwards, Tho. McDonald, C. II. Reeve," John G. Oborne, P. O. Qaivey, T5 I. Bailey, F. 3. Allcsnn, S. R. Edward?, Joel Parker, M. II. Rice', James Logan, M. A. O. Paek srd, J. F. Vauvalkenburgh, Ym. Morehouse. A. Joyce, VCui. Stallard. R. Roberts, 6....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 June 1866

'. s if i T .1 t 4 ) i i THE DEMOCRAT 1x)cal and Miscellaneous. Advertising Agents. C. II. Scrav2X & Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook. Cobukn & Co. 83 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, 8. M. PKTTixaiLL. New York City, and Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertiser lcnts for the Democrat. Strawberries have made their appearance in the market here and are now quite plenty at the groceries. The radicals are foiid of calling the President "A. Johnson." Prentice says J he is The Johnson the definite article. The Picnic of the Presbyterian Sabbath School at the Fair Grounds last Thursday, was a pleasant affair, and largely attended by the members of the school. A young man by the naaic of l?rown had his fingers badly crushed while at work in the stave factory of Hurlbut, Pro's & f!n on FridsT- Inct T)r Lomnn drocsfd i 7"'"' J - the wound. The abolitionists of this Congressional rv. . . . , . , i, - ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 June 1866

1 An Honett ConTeislon. Inth Senata on May 24th, Mr Steuert of Nevada said in a pyeeeb on the subject of reconstruction : Congress has already committed tho Union party to negro suffrage, and the attempt to dtny it would be a false issue, &iowed by certain defeat. The Democracy did not argue against suffrage but assumed it to be a great crime, and charge sd it cn the Union party. Tho charge was ru; (here was no choice but to confess that impartial suffrage u a part of our reed, and justify it btrfjro the .eord. Thit at least is an honest coiiksVion and to bo commanded rn that account. Nothing is more plain than that the 'Union" e; Republican party U committed to the doctrine of negro tufirape. All their ppeeches all their measure? hare look ed in that direction. They have, ever Mnce the beginning of the present session of Congress, been endeavoring to educate their followers up to that standard. How lar they hr.ve succeeded the elections alone can decide. Some of the Rep...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 June 1866

L PLTMOUT WEEK DEMOCRAT JU VOLUME 11 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. JUNE 21, 1.SG6. NUMBER 42. 1 I, A THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, rrRT TitFn rvFRVTHURSDW AT rLBI'lf"J ?rt,;Jr ,vn v PLYMOUTH, LNDIA?At BY S. L. HARVEYbPFICEin the Port Oßce Building, up stain. Terms of Subscription $2,oo a year in Advance. Payments mut be made invariably in advance ftd the paper discontinued at tbe expiration of; Vhe time paid for, unless renewed. These terms Vill be strictiv adhered to Subscriber who get their paper? bv the carrier JL . - . vui be Chafed 2o cents a year extra. . . Hates of Advertising: Oce square (tho Eracc of ten lines or less of Vh ii type) one week, $I,ÜU, and ö!J cents ior eat.u additional insertion. 1 mos. 6 mo 1 vear. 5 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 20 00 30 00 $7 U ;:o oo 15 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 12 00 15 00! 18 00 20 0(V 30 00 50 00 iLxs it. advertisements 1 per square tor cacii ;ed to parties publishing them. a. - IrturOCtl I XWMJBb-. 0 . v ... v . - - nut be paid lor at tue ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 June 1866

THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. 8. g. osoonxc L. HARVEY, Editors. FliYJIOl'TII, nPIAXA: Til U HBD A Y, J t X E 21, 1S66. ItIOCRATIC STATE TIilET. Fr.CnETAEY OF STATS, Ücn.MAnLOND.MANSON, of Montgomery AUDITOR or STATE, CHULSTIAX G. BADGER, of Clarke. TREASURER OF STATS. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY GENERAL. JOUS H. COFFROTH, of Huntington. bCPEUINTEXDEN'T OF TUM.IC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. DEMOCRATIC COl'STI TICfiET. For Treasurer, M. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, David now. For Coroner, ADAM VIXXEDGE. Representative Convention. The delegates of Starke and Marshall .,, . TT . Counties, will meet at the Court House in r , . T.?,. t ,rt t'.ynioum. iaa., on rnuay, o at 1 o'clock, P. 31., for the Pivmouth. Ind., on irridav, Juuethe J'Jth, " 7 ' ' i purpose O-l i nomina ung a canuiuau, epre.eiuau e , democrats M th(J KcpuWican would inti, jority ol the people. Wc are opposedto it: Ret.nngto rr.v-.c life, he has sincoquictly to ihe State Legislature. ly ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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