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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 July 1866

THE DEMOCRAT. Local ad Miscellaneous. Advertising Aoent3. C. H. Scriven & Co.. 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook, Coburx & Co. 85 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, S. 31. Pettixoill, New York City, and Geo. P. It well. & Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for the, Democrat. Judge Perkins is mentioned astheprobas ble Democratic candidate for Congress, in the Indianapolis district. Head the proceedings of the 9th District Democratic Congressional Convention to be found on the first page of to-daj's paper. ThanVa to Mark Cummmings, Deputy County Clerk, for a copy of the Journal of the Indiana State Senate, Called Session of 1SG5, and other public documents. Eli Brown, of the Fort Wayne Dtmocratt has retired from the editorial department ofthat paper, and Mr. Zimmerman takes his place as editor. A special dispatch from Washington announces that there is no immediate pros pect of Secretary Stanton s resignation, or i of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 July 1866

Mind Your Own :oncerni. Yes, mind your own concerns, my friends, For they are yours alone : Don't talk about'your neighbor's faults, But strive to mend vour own; What if he doe9 not always lead " A truly perfect life Supposing thai h sometimes frets, Or quarrels with his wife, Don't mee'd'e let him know, my friend. Your better nature spurns To act the spy on him or his So, mind your own ronoem ! Ye, mind your own lerns, my friends, And presently yo- find That you are fully upied, And have enousfu .o mind "What is't to you h Snooks or Spooks Should weil with Pclly Jones? What is't to you if Lawyer Grab A pi amp half million owns? The money is not yours, my friend, Though golden stores he earns; Ho do not strive to count bis wealth, ' But mind your own concerns! Yes, mind your own concerns, my friend?, It were a better plan Than always to be spying out The deeds of brother man. Kemember that all persons have Though hidden from the view Thoughts that to them in right belong. And not at...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 August 1866

V v PLYMOUI WEEKLY DEMOCRA VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1866. NUMBER 48 jmmi 1 4 a, 'A t i I I c f f 1 I 'TIIB PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. I-. HAUVEY- OFFICE in the Post OJJlce Building, up stairs. Terms or Subscription 2,00 a year In Advance. Payments mnst be made invariably in advance nd the paper discontinued at the cspiratioa of ibc time paid for, unless renewed. These term? -will be strictly adhered to. Subscribers who get their papers by the carrier v-iU be charged 25 cents a year extra. Hates of Advertising: nne square 'th sace of ten lines or less oft thii type) one week, 1,00, and T-O cents for each additional insertion. No. sqs 1 mo 2 mo. 1 raos. G mos 1 year. $10 00 15 00 20 Ot) 25 00 25 00 1 gquare $2 50 I00 :oo 8 00 10 00 12 00 15 00 an oo ft" 00 12 00 2 3 4 4 00 G 00 5 SO 8 00 ir on 18 00 G50 10 00 12 00 J4'col.... col .. . lcol . 75) 20 OOj 12 00 17 00 30 00 50 00 18 0'X 25 OO! 30 OU t 50 09. 75 00 Lmu a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 August 1866

J4. TilE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. . OSUORXE L. EIAUVEY, Editors. PLVnOi'TIl, INiIAA: T ji u r. s d a y, A u g . 2, 1S0G. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET., SECRETARY OF CTATE. Ueu.MAULOND.MANSON,of3iontoniery I AUDITOR OK STATE, KUISTIAN G. BADGER, of Clarke. TllEASCRER OF STATE. JAMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY GENERAL. JOHN R. COFFROTII, of Huntington. UTE RIST EN DENT OK PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. R. 31. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Congress. DAVID TURPIE, of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, J. G. McCULLUM, of La Porte For State Senator, L. J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative, D. E. VANVALKENBUKGll. DEMOCRATIC COf.TY TICKET. For Treasurer. M. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM YINNEDGF. Cosigresy Acljoumpil, The telegraph of la5t Saturday brings is the !ad tidings that the J:rump" at Vv'a.dw iugton has fi illy closed its labor and dispersed. We thauk God for it and earnestly pray that in all time to come the legisla live h dls of the nat-on may never aai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 August 1866

J 1 ri A THE DEMOCRAT. Locat, ad Miscellaneous. Adtertisixo Agents. C. H. Scritex & Co , 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook, Coburn & Co. 83 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, 3. 31. PETTfxoiLL, New York City, and Geo. P. PvOWELL & Co., 23 Congres9 St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for 1 1 hs -Democrat. The President" of the United States and the Queen of England have exchanged notes of congratulation over the Atlantic Telegraph. The dispatches will be found in another column. The Delphi Timet comes to us in a new dress arid considerably enlar. gratulate Bio. O'Brien evidence of prosperity, Persons deairous . . v 1 n .,1" 1 vejtment of their greenbacks will read the 1 , 1 i new advertisements in to day s parcr. Ye are informed that the row of new trick building under process of construction on Michigan street, are all rented and will be occupied a? eoon as completed, which will be in a fev weeks. Hon. Thomas A. Hendricks arrived at h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 August 1866

Gems or Thought. Firmness is as differeut from its moan tfiitatiute, obstinacy, as rashness is from . true courage, pride from virtue , and , bigotry from religion. ! If a man does not make new acquaint' anciisj as lie advances through life, he will j soon find himself left alone. A man should j keep his friendship in constant repair. A great icind is like an elephant in the line of ancient battle the bei t ally if he can keep him in the ranks, fronting the right way; but, if he turn about, he is the deadliest foe and treads his master undcr neath his feet. Great minds have a trick of turning round. Theodore Parker. Mauuta(5E. There is no graver event in a man's life than marriage. It may prove an inestimable blessing, the subtle influences of which permeate every hour of the da-, strengthen every fibre of his moral being, and by its satisfying repose to the affections, give his intellect a calmer and more continuous sweep, It may alio prove a desolating evil, numbing the sympathies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 August 1866

DEM VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUliSDAY, AUGUST , 1806. NUMBER 4S). PLxMO WEEKLY OGRÄ v, Hi n IT' 7I PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT rLYMTJTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HARVEY. 'OFFICE the Post Oßce Building , up stairs, j Terms of Srbscrlpllon $'2,00 a; year in Alvance. j Payments must be made invariably in advance ! knd the paper discontinued at the expiration of , ihe time paid for, unless renewed. These terms j ill be strictly adhered to. j - i. ,rt thrr miners iv the carrier: "u ev " t . VH! c charged 25 cents a year extra. Rates of Advertising: One square (th space of ten lines or less of; this type) one week, $1,K, and 50 cents for each j additional insertion. No.sqM 1 mo.! 2 mo. 1 1 m. , G mos 1 rear. 1 squire' $'2.o MOOj SSM) 7 on 12 00 15 00 18 00 20 00; 30 00, 50 0t3 S10 00 15 00 20 00 25 00 25 00 50 00 75 00 4 00 6 00: 8 00 ! 3 ' 4 Vcol lcot 5 5o 6 5'), 75 12 0) 1303 8 0t) 10 00 10 00 12 00 i 12 00f 15 00 it oo; 20 oo ; 25 00 30 00 Lsoir. -idverthement SI'O a square tor the j ii...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 August 1866

THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSBORA'E 8. L. II.4RYEY, Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXDIAXA: 'II .... . , At,,. fk 1 Cfifi 1 II u i: 5 v A i, xx l o . iouu. j DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRETARY OK STATE, lln Mlll.nn MAXSONnfMoiifiromerv t AUDITOR OF STATE, CHRISTIAN O. BADO EH, of Clarke. TREASURER OK STATE. JAMES B.RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY GEXEHAL. JOHN K. COFFROTH, of Huntington. PCPEHIN r EN DENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION. R. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Conprt'S?, DAVID TURPIE, of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, E. G. MeOCLLUM, of La Porte. Ft r State Senator, L. J. HAM. of St. Joseph. For Representative, D. E. VANVALKENBURGII. DEMOCRATIC COl'XTYTICKCT.'late il s growing to be an impossibility for For Treasurer, M. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff. DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM VINNEDOE. HMMMMMMMHMMMMMMKMHa ! - e nro informed thnt chuvl.r I n Pit I declines making a joint canvass with Judge Turpie, assigning as a reason therefor that he has engagements out of his district and c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 August 1866

THE DEMOCRAT. Local a d Miscellaneous. Adteutisiwo Aoksts;-C. H. Scriyex & Co., 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook, Counts & Co. 83 Dearborn t., Chicago, Ills, S. 31. PsTTisonx, New York City, and Geo. P. Rwell & Co., 23 Congress St. Boston, Mas.., are authorised to receire advertisements for the Democrat. . Public Spraklnsr. Hon. J. R. Coffrotii, Democratic candidate fur Attorney General, will address the Democracy of Marshall county at Plymouth, on Friday, the 24th day of August. Sir. C. is one of U lest speakers in the State, and the Democracy of Marshall should turn out en masse. Further notice will he given and arrangements made for a glomus meeting of the Democracy on that day. Hon. Thos. A. Hendricks has our thanks for rubl e documents. The gallant Dcmocacy have achieved a Efirioua victory in Kentucky, electing Judge Duvall by about 40.000 majority.This is a foretaste of what the radicals caay expect everywhere this fall. t it -4 : ... i.Ä r0,i;,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 August 1866

Young America at the Wheel. A well known clergyman was crossing Lake Erie, some years ago, upon one of the lake steamers ; and seeing a small lad at the wheel, steering the Yessel,he accosted him 3 follows : "My son, you appear to be a small boy to eteer so large a boat." "Yes, sir." was the reply ; but you see I can do it, though." "Do you think you understand your bu siness, my son 7 Yc5, sir I think I do." "Caii you box the compass? " "Yes, sir." ;Lct nie hear you box it." The boy aid as he was requested, when the minister said, "Well, really, you can uo it ! Can you box it backwards ?" "Yes, sir." "Let me hear you." The bj agaiu did as requested, when the minister remarked, "I derlire, my son ! you do seem to ul derstand your business." The boy then took his turn at questions asking, beginning. "Pray, sir, what might be your busi ce?3 ? " "I am a minister of the gospel." "Do you understand your business ?r' "I think I do, my son." "Can you say the Lord's Prayer?" "Ye.." "Say it....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 August 1866

ik VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST IG, LSGG. NUMBER 50: PLYMO WEEKLY lu rnT a nn 3 r - il - vi TUB PLYMOUTH O0Ü1UT, rUDMSIIP.D EVEUYTIIUIISP Y AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HAKVEY- OFFICII in the VoH Office BuiMiny, up stair. Tonus of Subscription $-.1,00 a; year in Advance. r.ivmcnts mwt be made invariably in advance Mid thepnner discontinued at the cxpiratioa ofi 1 ' . . ' . ! ike time paid for, unlc renewed. These terms ! Vill he ?trictly adhered to. I Siilm-ribers wlia gt their p ipers by the carrier j vill be charged 23 cents a year extra. j Rates of Advertising: nc square (tha space of ten lines or less of, Vhistype) one week, I,"(', ana .rt cenw ior cacn -id litional insertion.. No. B'iV 1 mo. 2 rao.ll m G mos ' 1 year. Ä7 00 10 00 12 00 13 00 i: oo 20 oo H no! 23 00 20 OO1, 23 00 :v oo j ;o on 30 0 73 oo 1 uuarc! $ 2 "o; M 0 01 $.i00 ' 4 0!) r no r oo :i 1 " '.col .. I Col 5 5o! G 30, 5 ' i 12 00 18 00 8 00; ID 00 11)00, 12 00 12 00; .", 00 17 0 2i 00 23 O'J!...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 August 1866

TUB PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. S. Li. IIARYF.Y, S Editors. lL,Y"??orTII, IKII.iA j ril;cale and contempt lor tho whole Fc:i- j T II 1'I!M)AY,AU0. 10, I3ftf.jis,n wovement. Out uron such tran?pr-, Mil I I ' in ! 11 ii ijLLiaviJBa mi 1 t If fioci tTIC ST IT 12 TICKET. ' KCUHTARV OF !1'a1K, licn.M AI ILOX D. M.VXSOr.ofMi.nt-iomcry A l OITOR OF STATE. CIlliliTlAS 0. BADOr.R, of CLk. TTlEVsrKER OF STATE. JAMES B. K YAX. of Marion. ATTORNEY HNTZRAI.. J Oils' IC. COFFROTII, of Huntington. MTKHISTHNDENT 'T 11" F I.I'.' I S-STKl'CT lUN. R. M. C1IAVMAX, of Knox. Fr Con irres. DAVID TURPI E. of White. For Pmrciitin'j Attornt-v. K. G. McCOIJA'M, of La Porte. For State Senator, L. J. IIA.M, of St. Josepli. For Representative, D. E. VAXVALKENBUP.'JH. IM:.U0 ' ATIC COL'XTY TICKET For Treäsur'T, M. W. DO W.N El For Auditor. A THOMPSON. F.r SlieriC. DAVID HOW. For Coror.f r, ADAM VIXNEDuE. .LJlli'-'LL'..'! m ; Democratic llect ini; on trie i Ith. I 11.. T l? ,r..i. ...:ii .i l l.:., r.i low citizen of Marsh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 August 1866

1 7 i THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. Advertising Aoents.C II. Sciuves ' oPArnfn tr5et'Jv '001t'ii 'm i en 85 L)earl)orn St ChiMC". His. 1 I'ettixgill. Xew York City, and Gr.o. P. I llowEi.i. & Co., '23 Congress St. F,oton, .Mass., ; are authorized to receive advertisements !; the Democrat. "YVe would respectfully those owing m to call find pay j m as we ate lT01DT can souii aiiti ; r j o o need all our due?. MVCV TON . ' nf0tf Gold opened in Xew York yesterday at j 149 and clesed at l.'0. day last. -Joe" had been omewliat -under tl.e weafber," tut vec wore glsd to 'FW GOODS T J M. DALK & CO. 'S; ! utr!f,T ,rn, 'rmr t : ?ca,ulI,,'lv'i:ul Remedies now manufactured by ' tao?o Invito Stock to feed. Ternn reasonable vvrnvitnnY VRF IVVITFI) TO C VLL ! HAT A i AL. A I IK RE. Iast j ri.incCp Wjlllon lV Co, sucfowora to 0.- preatj J.mi(- Curti.r, 1 bold French mariner, a- early vl0r.20tf. N. D. J.OVKLY. . , "Saturday a jolly fid! nv, while ''taking a .dih rhsi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 August 1866

Cicuis ol Tliousht Sorrow for the time levels the highest distinctions of rank, lut Jo not grieve as those who have no hope. The truly generous i, the truly wise ; anil lie who loves not others lives unldest. The Social Scale. Tn proportion as we ascen J the social scale, we find as much mu l there as below, only it is hard and gilded. Tiik Seck et of Success. Young men who form a proper estimate of their own powers seldom fail to make a Cgure in the World. The domestic circle is always too small to alow of rupture ; it is always too pre clous to make excusable any uegleet to prevent or hc-al disturbance. Delicate relations are like the polish of costly cutlery, dampness corrodes, and rust though removed, leaves a spot. Genus, Mkiiit, Leahxino, and Gooi Uuekhino. Great genius renders a man famous ; irrc.at merit procures respect ; great learning, esteem; but good breeding alone insures love and affection. 11em;ious Feklixj. The simplicity of religious feeling is one of the most touc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 23 August 1866

L 4 D tmotj LY BEMOC iL. VOLUME 11 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUMSDAY, AUGUST 23, 18GG. NUMBER 51 WEEK J .- i tri Tffff PLYMOUTH BRMOCRIT, PUBLISHED EVERY TIlURSD V AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HARVEY- VFFICEin tU Post Office Buildings? itairs. KemiH of Subscription S2.00 a year In Advance. Payments rntb aade invariably in advance nd the pip fltwutmaed at the expir&tlan cf , . -r,- .irlpei r'nD-e. These tia: ihe time pa".a for, ir.ics recMil be strictW adhered to. Sub-cribjrs who tb.v.r ?i?sr3 by the carrier VUi be chirked 25 cents s year extra. v Rates of Advertising: One square (th space of ten lines or loss of thistvpe) on? W-k. SI. CO, and 3 cents for each additional insertion. 1 square, $"2 50, Si 0 0 5 ' 4 0(); 6 0C .7 00 S10 00 "15 CO 20 00 25 00 25 00 f Cf. 12 00, 15 0"' IS 00 20 00 3 ' ' 5.V"i 4 i r ro; V'cot.. ' 7 5! 8 no! in oo moo; 12 on 12 mV 15 00 ".;coi ... 17 0'V "2r 00 30 00 50 00 lcol Li fir3i insertion rn.iniriTinis to oromote private mtcic. must be oii lfo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 23 August 1866

TflE PLYMOÜin DEMOCRAT. J. &.09110RXE Edltor. S. Lm II.4RT ET PLYMOUTH, INDIANA i T it U R 8 D A Y, A U G . 23, tSC6. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. 8ECRETAHV OF STATE. Gen.MAIILOXD.M ANSON, of Montgomery AUDITOR OF ITATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, of Clark. TREA9rRER OF TATB. J AMES B. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY OE5EBAL. JOHN R. COFFROTII, of Huntington. SCrRttUTEXDEXT of public ixstructios. R. M. Cn VP-MAN, of Knox. For Congress, DAVID TURPIE, of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, E. G. McCOLIA M, of La Port. For State Senator, L. J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative, D. K. VANVALKENBURGII. DEMOCRATIC COt'XTY TICKET. For Treasurer. II. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM VINNEDGE. Pl'RfilC SPEAKING. Hon. DAVID TURPI E, Democratic candidate for Congress, will address Lis fallow-citizens at South Ren J, Saturday, September let. At Lakeville. Monday, 3d. At Bremen, Tuesday, 41 4th. At Bourbon, "Wednesday, ' 5th. At Argos, Thursday, " C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 23 August 1866

THE DEMOCRAT. Local ad Miscellaneous. ADTBimSHCO AOEXTS. C. H. Scrive:? & Co., 31 Dearborn Street, find Cook. Conras & Co. 83 Dearborn St., Chicago, IIb, S. 31. PETTDforLL, Ner York City, and Geo. P. Rowell & Co., 23 Con?reS9 St. Bo3ton, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Joint Canvass. Judgo Turpie ha3 succeeded finally in getting Mr. Colfax's consent to a joint canvass of this district. They are to deliver one speech in each county, commencing some time in September. Tha letter of o lr cirrespoa leit at Tynor 'City will appear next week. A fire occurred at Jersey City on Siaday, by which nearly twj million dollirs worth of prop:rty w.n deitroyeJ. Several persons perished in the fiimos. We are again under obligations to Robt. Montgomery of German tovnship for an aditional number of new subscribers. Up to last Saturday night over eight "hundred deaths from cholera had occurred in Cincinnati. Dr. J. S. Huaglaud, Linco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 23 August 1866

JR. Xfc. Time Xhtllcs. Plttiburgh Ft. Wayne & Chicago Kail war. Oa an J after July 2Jth, 1SGÖ Trains will leave $tAtions daily, Sabbaths excepte I. as fellows: Train leaving Chicago at 5:50 P, M.leaves daily. TRAINS GOING WEST. lExritc'. Mail I Ex. Ex. Pittsburgh.. . . Rochester. .. . New Brighton Enoa Culun.ti:ira. . Salem Alliance Cintia Missilon 0,10 r m 6.45a m 2,10a 12.0I.tsi 3.20 3,30 4.13 1.52 5,19 f,15 7.o: 8.20 3.20 1,15 I 8.30 I 9.23 '10.08 I(U5 11.50 3.29 4,10 4.14 5,10 2,00 2.32 2,58 3,35 4,19 4.37 5,12 5.33 6.28 7.15 7,40 8,00 8,30 9.12 6,47 I 6.05 12.42 6.57 7.26 8.05 1.05 1.45 2.22 3.23 4.-25 5 00 6.20 6.50 I - .19 Orrville. m gm 4. 5 4 8.28 9,22 Woorter ! 8.35 Loudonville..! 9,32 Mansfield :i0,25 r- ,r,.' ArllO.OO Cresting Dp,lf55 Rucrrus '12 25a m Tpr'Sanduskj 1,07 Korrekt 1.40 110,10 10.45 11 25 ll.45 12.24 pm 112.55 ! 2.13 i 4W 8.01 Lim 3.00 Delphos 3.3fi Van Wert....! 4,05 Fort Wayne. . 5.45 Columbia 1 6.23 Warsaw j 7,2) Plymouth....- ?,19 Valparaiso....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 30 August 1866

nn nn VOLUME 11. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 18GG. NUMBER 52. PLTM OU WEEK DEMOGRA '3 f" 1 -4 '4 i A IS THE PL 31 OUT II DEMOCRAT.! PUBLISH Kb EVERY TIIÜR3D Y AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. Ii. HAKVEY. OFFICE in the Fait Oßee B Terms of Subscript! year in Auv Payments must be made inv and the paper discontinued at ihe time paid for, unlcs3 renewed ill be strictly adhered to. Subscribers who get their p.pcrs win be charged 25 cents a year extra Ratea of Advertising: One square (th space of ten lines or les of this Up?) one week, $1,00, and 3f cents for each additional insertion. No.so'ä; 1 mo.!2 rao.U ri?. ; 6 mo? i 1 year. 1 aqua re 2 50 si 0 0i 5 00 ; 2 s 1 Oil 6 HO1 S 00 ; 3 : 5.ro 8 OtJi in 00 ', 4 j 6.5); 10 On' 1-2 00 j 12 on 15 0 15 OO; 20 00 23 1 1 --il J 75; 12 10 15 00 ; .j 12 00 17 00 t!1 no i nn oo 50 09 50 00 75 00 lcol . . 13 03 25 UU :rj uu LK'Sir. a Wer:iemenU $1.50 a squ ire lor the firit insertion, and SI a squ ire for each additional inTtton.cIi irircJ to ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 30 August 1866

1 Vi 1 : e. i THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. o.osnoRK j l $ EdHors. a ,11, III,WA: S. L. HARVEY ri4Y.nouTii, On.MAIILOND.MAXSON.ofMon'gomcry vrniTon oi- state. CIIHlsTIAX 0. BAPuER, of Clarke. TREASVKEK OV" STATE. JAMES H. UYAN, of Marion, ATTORNEY nENKKAL. JOHN II. COFFROTII. of Huntington. CI RRlXTESPEXt OF PUBLIC lNSTUUCtlON". . M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Congress, DAVID TCRPIE, of White. For Prosecuting' Atmrney, MeCOUXM, of La Porte. For f täte Senator, L J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative, L. E. VAN V A L Iv EN HI' RU 1 1 . IIKMOCSIATIC COIWTV TICK KT. For Treasurer. 31. W. DOWN FY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheritr, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM YIXXEDUE. 11 II, I C Sl'KAKIXK. ' : atic : Hon. DAVID TCnriK. Democr fniididute for Congress, will atldress his t'tllow-fitizens at South liend, Saturday. .September 1st. At Lakevüle. Monday, " h'd. At Dremen, Tuesday. u dth. At DoAirhon. Wediiesdav, 5: :h. !l h. At ArgoSj Thursday, " 0 inn; otii am; near tne qusstions ol tne , ...

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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