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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 June 1866

Ir s I a n 3 j - .a I Local and Miscellaneous. ADTEBTisrxo agem.-.. " rnvrrt Ia this county some of the influential men Co., 51 Dearborn Strec mil Cook. CoiprTO. . . & Co. 85 Dearborn St.. Chicago, Ills. b. 31. insist that it is the duty of democrats to Pettingiix. Yo-?lV' some foreign county paper in preferROTVELL & Co., 23 C on-re5 bt. Boston, 3Ia., , , , Tr , i or" authorize l to receive advertisements lor j crue to tue cue published here. It the . -TT CJ-nw-T-.-- I- the Democrat. GST iü'Xew York ou Monday Afternoon went up as h'-h as 10$, but subsequently declined to 157. A young lady of the 31. E. Church was j baptise tised by iran.crsion in tilow River at j place cn Sunday hit, Rev. Maliiu ou J this ciating. j p..y no heed to rcn who arc interested in For boolcs. magazines, dawceklj r.nd j f inS seifig gain. Good, sound, retft,r nr,.. .tttioncrv. Dcrfumerv, i h&h democrat will not hesitate to give or any thin-usually tept in a first class no...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 June 1866

Yarlettcs. 4 Trifle light as air." ' Theodore-Ilook was walking, in the days of Warren's blackiag, where one of the emissaries of that shining character had written on the wall, ''Try Warren's B ' but had beea frightened from his propriety and fled. "The rest is lacking," said tho Kit. At an agricultural dinner the following toast was given : The game of fortune shuffle the cards as you will, spades will always win. The man who courts a young lady in the r tarlight, probably expects to get a wife in a twinkling. 'I wonder where thesa clouds are going?" sighed Flora, pensively, as she 'pointed with her delicate finger to the heavy masses that floated in the sky. "I think they arc goiog to thunder?'1 said her brother. Servant girls are offered very higli wages ia Omaha 8525 a week and found 85 a week, board, lodging, washing, piano, bunday all day, carriage three times a week, and plenty of Frazcr's Lubricator ; aiigels. 5 a week and two negroes, and so on. Who'd marry ? A Western edi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 28 June 1866

-- v. PLTmOUT WEEKLY Vr I VOLUME 11. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLISH FID EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HAKVEY- -- OFFICE in the Post Office Building, up stairs. I Terms of Subscription $2,00 a year In Advance. Payraenta mast be made invariably ift advance d the paper discontinued at the expiration of Ae time paid for, unless renewed. These terms rill be strictly adhered to. Subscribers who get their papers by tue carrier will be charged 25 cent3 a year extra. Rates of Advertising: One square (the space of ten line3 or less of j e) one week, $1,00, and 50 cents for each ; this typ additional insertion. No. sq's 1 mo. 2 m o 1 mos. b mo? I vear. ; 1 aaaare 2 50 S4 00 S3 00 8 00 $7 0 12 01 $10 00 is co 20 00 "5 00 25 00 5!) 00 75 fi!) ' ... 2 " ! 4 0öi 6 00 3 5 5: 8 00 10 0!) 15 on. 1 r on; 20 00 C 5u. 10 00, 12 00 VeoL... 7 5', 12 00, I.00 VTcol ...i 12 00 17 00, 20 00 ; 30 00, leol . i 18 00 25 00. 30 00 50 00. LsGir- advertisement? SI,-V a squire lor the j m .. . . .1....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 28 June 1866

THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSDORE I 8. Lm IIIRVEY, $ Editors. ij,YsiorTii, nniAXAi Tnur.sDAT, June 28, ISfiG. DEMOCRATIC STATC TICÄF.T. S3CHETAF.Y OF STATE, C. ca.M AHLON D. MAX30N, of Montgomery ArDTTOIt CT STATU, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, cf Clark. TRr.ASrHER O? STATS. JAMXS B. RYAN, of Marion, ATTORNEY GENZTtAL. JOHS R. COFFROTH, of Huntington. CPJtinXTCXDEST OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. It. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. DEMOCRATIC COCXTY TICKET. For Treasurer, :.t. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For SherifT, david now. For Coroner, ADAM VINNEDGE. Sllltll District Democratic Con-jThcy YCXltlott Thn IbnnM(ff r.F the )tn I Vn nrrpe nn f al District will hold a delegate convention at LaPortc, Thursday, July 19, 1SGG. at 1 o'clock P. M., to nominate u candidate for Congress. By order of the committee. S. A. Hall. Ch'n. Dem. Con. Com. L)gaaport, June 13, 1333. Bonds and Taxation. The radical money-mongers in Congress aro agitating the question of issuing thirty years bonds to cover the floatin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 28 June 1866

V THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. ADYEimsrsa Agest?. C. IT. SmivK or Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cock. Co:-.'JRN Jb Co. 83 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills. S. M. Pettixoill. New York City, ami Geo. P. Row cll & Co., 23 Conores St. Boston, Mas. , are authorized to receive ailvert'sements for the Democrat. For a fine cigar, go to the Parker Hons-?. Justice's Blanks. We have on Land all kind of Justice's Blanks, and are enabled to supply cur friends on liberal term?. To-morrow is the day set fjr the Repre eentatiTe Convention to be held here. With harmony in the party, and the proper interest taken, we can elect our nominee by C0Ö majority. The Festival at the Parker House on last Thursday evening was. we learn, wall patronized and the receipts satisfactory, something over two hundred dollars having been realized. The occasion was a vcrv pleasant one, and those in attendance went away well pleased. The St. Joseph Co. Forum, after a eusn pension of several months, has aga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 28 June 1866

L from the Herald and Register. The Olrl hat Wore tfcc Tlllliifr Hoops. BT PAUL CRIMSOji. I Long- as remembrance holds Its war. Arid o'er my mind exerts its pem tr, And fanev's recollections play Around the scenes of former hours; Though bitter memories of the Past Should dim the present with regret, And o'er the Future should be cast A sable pall I shall forget Oh ! nerermore the girl that wore that set of tilting hoops! II. Methiiiks I still can see the face j And form that caught my juss'in tjhnce, As with an air of rer:il grace j She swept along and though, perchance, , Amid the scenes of toil and care, Where fata shall cast my future lot, . That face, that form, that queenly air, j And all beides, should be forgot, One thincr "you bet" I'll not forget that eet of tilting hoops! III. 1 fhe evidently understood j The modus operandi well, ' And as she passed the wondering crowd, j A touch, the gentlest possible, With one gloved land she gave her dres?, And then, good heaven ! Thos...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 5 July 1866

DEM PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY. JULY 5, L86G. VOLUME 11. NUMBER 44. PLYMOUTH WEEKLY OCRAT. TV ii f :1 9 '4 'A 1 V ITU DEMOCRAT, i PUBLISHED EVERYTHUIWDW AT VT Vf OTTTII IVnt W . ' SY S Tj HARVEYrrZ : . , - OFFICE In tue VoA Oßce It'dla.rtg.apsli rs. , Terms of Subscription 6.00 a! year in Advance. rili eharged 5 csnta a jear extra. Hates of Advertising: Ono square tha space cf ten lines or 1m of hit type) one wpek, $1,00, and 5') ce&ta for each Additional insertion. Ko,4 1 mo. ra o. I in j. ' 6 cio 1 rear. I i3Xire! Sv5 1 0 0 5 00 i $7 00 $10 00 1 ( 2 "14 OiV 6 GC 8 00 ! 12 no 3 ; 5 an 8 PC1 i'i no ! 15 CO 20 00 00 roT....! 7 5 ! l'Jiifl 15 00 2)0) S5 00 Ucol ...I 12 00 17 Oil" 'JO 00 : 30 f0: S3 0-1 i.o! . ; laca. 25 nV 2000 ; 50 OS 75 00 Ls-sir. a-lver:;temscta SI.50 i s;.vre Jor tae first ir.srtior, and $1 a s v ".re fur ea-.,: aouitiou iaartion, ch ireJ t j pistiej put-w jiiir. thcia, CoiMCMrcT:os to pioreate private intere' tnunt b pitd for it .'? r 2-.i .ir a 1 -'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 5 July 1866

! I 4 t-- ; THE FLY3I0UTU DEMOCRAT. .1. a.OSBORXU i PdIlo PI.YMOITTII, IX DI WA : TncnsDAT, July 5. iSt6. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF STATE, Ctn. M AIILOX t. MAXSüX,ofMontgoxury AVDITOI. OF STATE, CHRISTIAN O. DADGEU of Chrke. TP.EArasK or tatk. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORN KT GENERAL. JOHN U. COFFROTH, cf Huntinjjton. PI PKUINTENDCNT OF rULXC ITJäTurCTIO. 11. M. Cfl ATM AX, of Knox. For Rcprt sciitative, P. K. VANVALKENHritGII. DEMOCRATSC COI'XTV TICKET. For Treasurer, M. Vr. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriif. DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADA3I YIN N EDO K. .lntli District Democratic Con vention, f..r Congre5. l?y order of the committee, S. A. Hai l, Ch n. Dem. Con. Com. Wansoort. June 13. . i Tlie Tar2fS Kill. The puritanical tariff bill now pei.-di..-! 1 i . i.-.n.r. ; .,r..: 1 radicals of tho west. Tlu Chiei-o T, llime even has the er-urage to give the thing : The Demoeracy of the 9th Cnogre-ion ;hail hear of him we supine he will be ex-1 The democratic c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 5 July 1866

-1 i i 4 1 . . . THE DEMOCRAT Correspondence. Tyneu City, July "J, ISoO. ; : : jF.Di-. Democrat: Local ad Miscellaneous. j C3 that Bourbon. Argos and Tippegg? cancelcnvn each have a correspondent, and ADTEr.Ti3TG oErT3. C. TI. Scfite ifc it seem3 to me that some one should speak Co.. 01 Dearborn Street, ana Cook . Cobcrx f , Township. & Co. 83 Dearborn St., Chicago, Hi--, fe. -J- . 1 . . c PnTTrxonx. New York City, and Gro. p. j Our village is progressing ;n tue scale Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Ma ivovement. John C. Ciuhuiau has äT8 aniaorucu 1-. -- the Democrat. 31cm? aclrcrtiiscmcntis. Hardware & Grocery PLYMOUTH MARKET CORUECTKD WEEKLY SOMETHING KEW 8. & M. BECKER'aiPlymoiilli Foundry, AB- BECKER, & CO-, IFloLrper harre' $12,00.$1 1.9 ' : Wheat pr bu,hcl S.- :"wn -uw Argos, IHnrslinll Co., lud. ;ott anm. . , . . , ,.,T niI . ! Potato? ''( j (.SUCCESSORS TO CLriVÜI.A.VD & WOTtX) RAILSBAGIv & CHAP21AN i;wP r....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 5 July 1866

5 Üem:iiaL WA.br. Ha mi-ton.-"-A correspondent of the Memphis Argu? writing frota Eg Point, Mississippi, say?: Ter. or twelve mile3 below here, at Lake "Washington, live?, in quiet retirement, j Lieutcuant-general AY ado Hampton, the second greatest cavalry chieftain of the j late confederacy, lie owns two cr three! 5:77 xtentiv2 plantations, upon which he ui: fid-": hi time, devoting himself chiefly to! tLe eongeiiia. pursuits-of a representative! Southern sntlen an looks, hinting" .v..d the ch.v-e. IIU f'jrmcr sduVc.s, tf whom he ; owned several hundred, true to their t.n-' cient .il!e2tanee and their cwn interer. : remain with the General, and are repve-j seated as contenteJ and indti'trious " j HI E L M 1) 0 L D T GRAY HAIR. ' IK AGAIN IX THE MAKKET WITH AN ENTIRE FLUID EXTRACT 1 ft TU 1 the Aatb uosia tbat ZUoiaaAa This 1 the Care that lay la iLo Axxuiosia tLat Hinr OF 3E3 TO" ö 3BF. TT jAL or cat r - j ltl. Fowler & Kurl wu73 ; ;i This ! the Man who was bald and AT...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 July 1866

-nrr-li ft ; ".rvr VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JULY 12, L866. NUMB Hit 45. MMR rrr PLTÄÖÜ' DEMOCRAT. K I II . Li lis M V i if ! i TUB PLYMOUTH DBBOCRlt, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSD AY AT FLYMOUTH. INDIANA, BY S. Ij. HA.JAV Iii a : . - - OFFICE in the Post Oßce Buildinj, upstairs. Terms of Subscription J,)() a year in Advance. j PajmenU must be made invariably In advance d tke papr discontinued at the expiratio:, of. At time paid for, unless renewed. These terms -rill be strictly adhered to. j fiubicribera who get their papers by tue carrier Ill be ckarged 25 cents a year extra. Rates of Advertising: ".n saüare ftfc sdäcc of ten lines or less of. tkii type) one week, $1,00, and 50 cents for each additional insertion. Xo, qV 1 mo. I '2 mo. 1 rai3. ! C mo? 1 rear. 10 00 15 00 20 00 11 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 1 iqv&re $2 50 i 0 0 $500 $7 00 2 3 4 4 00: 6 00 8 00 12 00 5 5: 6 5')j to, 12 00 18 03' 8 00 10 00 10 0!, 12 00 13 HO, 15 00 17 0rt: 20 00 25 OJ. 30 00 15 00 IS 00...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 July 1866

TflE PLYM0UTI1 DEMOCRAT. j. g.osdorxe S. L. HARVEY, Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXDIAXA: Thursday, July 12, S66. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF STATE. Oen.MAULOND.MAXSOX.oniontgomery AUDITOR OF STATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, of Clarke. TREASURER OF BTATF.. JAMES a RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNET GENERAL. JOHN R. COFFROTH, of Huntington. 81TKKINTEXDEXT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Representative, E. VANVALKENBURGH. l. DEMOCRATIC COiXTl TICKET. For Treasurt r, M. W. DOWNEY. -For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, DAVID HOW. For Coroner. ADAM VINN EDGE. Mntli District Democratic Convention. The Democracy of the 9th Cnogression- j pelican have asserted that negroes were superior to and entitled to more considat LaPortc, Thursday. July 19, IStW, at' tion tban those born in foreign coun- 1 o'clock P. M., to nominate a candidate for Congress. By order of the committee. S. A. Hall. Ch'n. Dem. Con. Com. Lig in sport, June 13, 1S0G. Congressional Convention. We give helow the na...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 July 1866

T HE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneocs. Advertising Agents. C. H. Scriven & Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook, Cobcrx & Co. 85 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, S. M. Pjbttikoix.1., New York City, and Geo. P. It well & Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Basket pic-nic excursions are quite the rage in Plymouth tlu season. Last week a small boy of this plaee was shot in the le-r bv the accidental discharge of a pistol in the hands of another boy. The wound is not dangerous though painful and annoyiüg. This should be a warning to parents who permit their boys to carry fire-arms about the strees. President Johnson will not visit the west until alter the adjournment of Con j gress, but Ab. Becker & Co., continu3 to sell groceries and provisions cheaper than ever. They pay cash for country produce, 'Ginseng and Seneka Snake root. . Varmers in this county have commenced . liarvestin their ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 July 1866

Tiiiiih:s Trnit. "NYe might vrrile a j aj.c n rae recounting experiments and results of tliiuntL; out fruit, but it would only le to voc that which all pjd fruit cultivators now concede viz : tint onetliird to one-half in number of fruit?, well distributed on the tree or vine, produce at maturity equal bulk, better quality, handsomer appearance, nure satifation of mind to the grower, and finally jicld in the market a greater pecuniary return. The present and coming months call therefore. fr attention of fruit jrovicrs to this Fubjeet. All fruits on youn and weakly spurs or twis should be taken away, while a .supply of foliage will assist in maturing each distinct fruit or cluster. they may aln be pretty evenly distributed over thi tree or vine. Horticulturist. Lodged Oais. It has been a favorable reason fur the oat crop. It was generally sown early, with the ground in good condition and seasonable rains have fallen. A great many pieces will lodge. The most profitable war to secure l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 July 1866

LTMO WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. -J VOLUME 11. THE PLYM0ÜTU DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERYTIIURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. BY S. L. HARVEYHFF1CE in the rost Oßee Building, up stairs. Terms of Subscription $200 a year In Advance. Payments nust be made invariably in advance and the opr discontinued at the expiration of, ' . . . . . lAevr Brighton ibe time paid lor, unless renewed, i nese terms drill be strictly ndhcred to. Subscribers who get their papers by the carrier rill be charged 25 cents a year extra. " Rates of Advertising: One square (the space of ten lines or leas of this type) one week, $1,00, and 50 ceuts for each additional insertion. No.sq's! 1 mo. 2 mo. 1 mos. i 6 mos . j b mos 1 year. $10 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 '1 square 2 3 4 ?col.... icol ... Icol .. $2 50 4 00 5 50 6 50 75 4 0 0 5 00 8 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 '20 00 $7 00 6 00 12 00 8 00 15 00 18 00 10 00 12 U0 17 00 20 00 12 00 30 00 50 00, 1800 25 00; 30 po Lkoh. advertiiementi $1,50 a square for the -first insertion,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 July 1866

THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. O.OSCCRXE Editors. S. L. HAUTET. nr. $ TllCRSDAY.JcLY 19, 1866. DEMOCniTIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF ETAlE, Gen.AULONp.MANSON.ofMcntgoinery AUDITOR OF STATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, of Claikc. TREASURER OF STATE. JAMES B.RYAN, of Marion. attorney or;; era:.. JOHN R. COFFROTH, of Huntington. -rPi'RIsrESDENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Represent at ivo, D. E. VANVALKENBURCII. DEMOCRATIC COCXTY TICKET. For Treasurer. M. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, DAYID IIOY. Fcr Coroner. ADAM YINNEDUE. Hepu illation. The Republican charges us with favor ing the repudiation of the national debt. that we have from time to time insisted, and still do, that the holders of U. S. bonds should be taxed equally in proportion to what they are worm with monomer? u an other kind cf capital. C: candid man show any goo. bondholders should not be taxed as other tuen? V.'c have said, and we repeat it, that if bondholders arc to remain exempt fro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 July 1866

. I I t 1 1 i THE DEMOCRAT, Local ad Miscellaneous. ADVERTiscsa Agents. C. H. Sct-ive:; & 51 -"rD0 airJ?5L- m c v to town to visit tfcemafraln. If youwant good upon tho ripening ot thacro:;i, türmen Peto plenty erj payment aphis Hr.trriT .tnn 93 Congress St. Boston, Masi, , tirdo at CScts.. Ekachcd 3Iuslin at 12 cts, 't...,. t,.-. rh -rf.niilU in 1b are authorized t receive advertisements for i the Democrat. Go.d opened iu Xetf York Tuesday at 149i advanced to 151 J, and closedat 150 J. We invite the attention of our readers to the communication of our TJourbon correspondent. Hit 'em again, . A nett repulllcnu p.&rer ia to be started T.t Goshen. The T.'nics doei not ei-em to cfcimo with it3 party ic Elkhart county. Another abolition organ vrill hard'.y &urvive in that county. RUNAWAY. A team of horses attached id a two wheeled craft dashed up Michigan street last Ff iday at a fearful rate cf epecd, and meeting another team with which they collided...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 July 1866

y Lesion for Dad, Ao old gentleman farmer, who had two or tiireo very . pTetty daughters, was so Ter j anxious of his charge that ha would not permit them to keep the company of young man. Howeyer, they adopted the following expedient to enjoy the company of their lover?, without the knowl tdge of their father. After the old man haa retired to ret, the girls would hang a eheet out of the window, which was quite a distance from the ground, and the beau would seize hold of the sheet, and with the assistance of his lady-love, who tugged lustily at the sheet above, wculd thus gain entrance. j Bat it so -happened that one evening ! the girls hung the sheet rather early; f r the old gentleman, by some ill-wind, was blown arourd the corner, and spying the eheet, could not conjecture the meaning of its being there. He took hold and endeavored to pull it down. The girls, supposing it to be one of the beaux, began to hoist, and did not discover their mistake until the head of the old man was ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 July 1866

i DEMOCRAT. X JU JL . ill J u VY IP j ir j I v a j I VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JDLY 26, 1866. NUMBER 47. i i - 1 TUB PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSD AY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. BY S. L. HARVEY- OFFICE in the Pott Oßce Building, up stairs. terms or Subscription .82,00 a year In Advance. Pxmanfa m.iot ho m .! I nra.ri.ibl v i ft ad vane e i A mj AMrMWW - w I nd the paper discontinued at the ciptrAtlon of j K. . . , r . I Ae time paid f Cf ttnicss rcnewea. i nese terms rill be itAt'y adhered to. nbsfrfbers who gt their pipers by the carfic? will be charged 2$ cents a year extra. Hates of Advertising: . 'ne Square (th space of ten lines or less of .niiiTpe one wee, ,'-"', w vi v..v. additional insertioa. No, sqV 1 mo 2 m o. i 1 mo3. 1 6 mos 1 year. $10 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 1 squire 2 3 4 Xcol..., Keel . 5 do, 4 on: 5.V 75 12 00 ISOO: no 6 00 5P3 SCO 7 00 12 00 g CUi 1 0 CO 15 00 10 OP 12 00 12 00 15 00 17 00, 20 00 25 0'j; 30 00 13 00 20 00 30 00 DU UU T- ri 5...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 July 1866

THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. 8. G. OSBORNE L. II ARVE 1 IEditors, PLYMOUTH, IXniAA: T II ÜU9D AY, J U LY 26, 1866. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OF STATE, Urn. M A IILON D. M ANSON, cf MontgoncTy ACDITOR OF STATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, cf Clarke. TREASURER OF STATE. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY OEXERAL. JOHN K. COFFROTH. of Huntiugtou. fcrruatNTEXUENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Congress, DAVID TURPIE, of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, :. G. MtCTLUM,ofLaPorte. For State Senator, L J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For llepresentative, D E. V AN Y A L KE N K U KG 1 1 . D E.M OCR ATI C CO V MV TI CK ET. For Treasurer, M. AY. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. i THOMPSON. For Sheriir, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM VINN EDGE. Characterlatlc Modest)', "We, the loyal Union voters of the 9th Congressional District of the State of Indiana," &c. Such is the remarkably modest preface to the string ofdisuuion resolutions adopt ed by the radical rump convention which assemb...

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