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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 de liver one speech in each county, commen cing 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 Sia day, by which nearly twj million dollirs worth of prop:rty w.n deitroyeJ. Sev eral 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, Lincoln and John son elec...

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. — 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.. . . j ...

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. — 30 August 1866

h fÄ.riii-Mfrt2rto-iitavi.iTrir:insM:.iir" . . ii inj plv .i inuLiaiuitu u i...- tuui T ' m nu in ti.o u nn. u uiu wii7wiui.io i n ir iMi-tvinTiiA oiiiit-i oi. .n h iva .Ann . .i?. I j ' - v v . . i . .1 i. . t. . ;. - " J ' J vc r. :.. :.. ! t ,r - i .w. ,..t . -l.t r..,. .. nil ii rem v tu I us : Iil uiwiiuiuiuciii .i n ;rty, ana ins imposeu uuraens wnicn ! tjie .nprem law or the land mv thiirr in ! 1 .v c uicni.civcs a Miuhiuvni wmijiiiii. ,.m m ihklmi.'h wi , i""-'"'"',1 nie- oor.'.i:- 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...

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. — 30 August 1866

it if i b ft a v A fr f. 'Ill Sit !a ? r 'it.. .1 l .i i!.. ..! 113 iwadd e. W2 rm 1 lis 1 he ow a ca lor n . -in 11 .iu u:c iiceiion irucincu' nor.tr TiüfK . ...im i-p c ormnn f n ' t.,t..i t i..it iv 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...

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. — 30 August 1866

"u"h r- i j n;tP-..rv;..J..:m.L. ...r.....-,v.!, . of the norill-wca. duuiisiicu at v.un.-.i, i iwHiwu i it-i u..i-v ii. ii iy ;t i j-n:rnai : , .. it,. - . mein.' ii. ie pn-iir.i!,- ,i . ,u m,uvv!i as ine tree cr ncdia and 'nniary . xi.'M ; ,ro v.,,U-l. i p.ut, it ,hm,, itsvi.-tues. Pup. is residing out d the I)ilnet will t be l.-i r.'i.l I'.i- i: i-,.. , .. ..i.l ii;.,'. -ri. . i.i . ..i i I- i ., , 'oiv i h miv nv i inr. hf i ii .mm-i. .- .-.ue . . cl of Ilia mm, Kh- j.,., ,.. un...M,. Xm,, ilf t.,M f ,,: Mto i!:'-1 ' . ! ere at "i The griat mill of Heller Sc (iallentint i vi , I THE DEMOCRAT. Local ad Miscellaneous. CampalgnDrmocr.it for25 Cents, child anJ they seeing tue team aud wagon j p YMO U T H M AFKET ! SOMETITIK G NEW I 3HS jEP "O" T W i c win luruisu mo icmucrut irom stanuing ra a lane wnue tnc f river was Thursday September Gi.li until Thursday October 11 tli, inclusive, for twenty-five cens. We do this that every democratic J.iy-inpj up sou c rails that had fallen fro...

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. — 30 August 1866

cOMCLVDtD rOM FIRST AQK.J course pursued toward both contending sections bj foreign powers, that we must be the guardians of our own independence, and that the principles of a republican freedom we represent can find among the cations of the earth no frienda or defend ers but ourselves. ' Wc call upon you, therefore, by every consideration cf your ov?n dignity rnd afetv, and in the name of liberty through out the world, to complete the work of restoration and peace, vhicu the President uf the United State i has so well bcun, and which the policv adopted nnd the principles verted by the present Congress j alone obstruct. i CONGRESS TO BL KLMOIr.LED. ! Th time Is close at hand when iiienber3 j of a new Ccnrtss are to be elected. If: that Con cress shall perpetuate this policy, i anü, by excluding loyal States and people! from representation in it3 halls, shall eon-; tinue the usurpation by which the legiah-! tive powers of the Government are now exercised, common prudence compels us t...

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. — 6 September 1866

It El OUT OF GEHT. GRAiGEQ, .i:..:.i.- ;t ........ ,;,.t.- -mause. no waiKc-i siraiiruc un 1 : PLYMOUTH "WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, VOLUME 12. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1866. NUMBER 1, s D TnB PLYM0ÜTIIDEM0CR1T, PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH. INDIANA. BY S. L. HARVEY- 'OFFICE in the Post Oßce Building, up ttairs. Term of Subscription 82,00 a year In Advance. Payments muat be made invariably in advance and the paper discontinued at the cxpiratio; of tbe time paid for, unless renewed. These terms ill b trictlj nJhered to " r- -J 7 III we tuiirgi u v wilts a ui v-viia. -Rates of Advertising: 'hnt iquare (tha 9pace of ten lines or less of 'ihiatype) one week, il.OCT, and 50 cents for each additional Insertion. Tts ty 1 mo.2 ra o.j I rai. 1 iaurJ M no! S0O o j 4 0ft C00 9 00 6 mos 1 year. it on tinnA ,rt i n nn i tz ihi i i.;"" ! 15 Of.1 20 00 5 -' I Uifj in on .' i 6 .VM 1U 1)0, 1.1 U'l isoo soon ! T5: 1? 00. 15 00 i i 2n00 a: OO ArTETtsEK!xs, unlosfl the number of inser (l...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 September 1866

. . . ... ,n, f i .i !. ? , ' . ' ,. iliniP'h .in i Innern , ..tertinm. iii.om I i"iuuu.,l ili.ll 1110 iinieretlCCS t0- 1 .....i i.. i... i.. r ', .. ..i ' i. it ... - .. ... IK Kelle II .T. He mi all. ata THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. C3. OSnORIYE I S. L.. HARVEY, $ Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXniAA: Thursday, Sup. 6, 18GG. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. SECRET All Y OV STATE, Gcn.MATILOXD.MAXSOX, of Montgomery ACD1TOU OF STATE, CHRISTIAN G. BADGER, of Clark. TREASURER OI- STATE. JAMES B. IlYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY OEKETMI.. JOHN TL COFFROTII, of lluntinton. ICrBTltNTE)inEST F PUBLIC INSTltUCTlOX. II. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. For Congress, DAVID TURPIK, of White. For Proseciitinir Attorney, B. G. McCOLLUM, of La Porte. For State Senator, L. J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative, P. E. VANVALKENBURGH. DEMOCRATIC COIXTYTICRET. For Treasurer. 31. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor. A. C. THOMPSON. For SheritT, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM VINN EDGE. - ji'ncrTi nPir iT nni RRnv. I C.000 Freemen In l ouncll. The Dem...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 September 1866

J ii .11 .r..i.- .1 .1 1.1 f 1 .... -t 1 m w I I um 1 li,-n 1iir Local ad Miscellaneous. THE DEMOCRAT. ADVF.nTisrs'Q Agents. AY. R. Sciino per 51 Dearborn Street, and Cook. Cobcrs t Co. S5 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills, S. M. psTtrNonx, Ner York City, and Geo. P. Novell & Co., 23 Congres9 St. Boston, Mass., jrc authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Religious. There will be religious services at the Evangelical Luthcral Church next Sunday Sept., 9th at 10 o'clock, A. M., Rev. C. Werner officiating. There 'will be religious services at the Court House on next Sunday, Sept. 9, at 3 o'clocd P. M. Bishops David and Ja cob Miller, of La Torte county officiating. Joint Discussion. Political! Almost the only excitement now is elections, and electioneering is the principal business of noted men ; just step in to the street and you hear hurrah for Turpie, hurrah for Colfax; but we say hurrah for Westerveit & Co., for they have the finest stock of goods in town and are s...

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. — 6 September 1866

il '..J J ! : J i SIX YEARS AGO. 8ix years ago the stars end stripes "W ere floating proud and free ; Without an army on the land, Or aavy on tho sea. The Constitution was our guide, It hung upon the wall ; Life, liberty and justice then, Were free to one and all. ix years ago our State was free From negro equality's alarms ; And in the place of natioi al debts, We cherished national charms, Then the Union blessings came to us, In place of "Union dun; And Congress sent out "garden seed" In place of "guarding guns," bis years ago, we had no use For "proTost guarib, and clowns" With bis brass eagles on their cap?, Parading through our towns ; A police sergeant with his squid Of half a dozen men. Was quite enough, by day cr night, To quell a riot then. Six years ago the press was free. And men could speak their mind ; Xor had the "habeas corpus writ" Been kicked clear out behind. We had no saucy negroes then, To crowd our Semite Halls; Nor did we ever read about Amalgamation balls. tIx...

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. — 13 September 1866

LYMO iJ VOLUME 12. WWf W WW U Jtmj Hl I ajh PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, I860. NÜ3IBISR 2, D rTHPTI DEMOCRAT. J 4 TUB PLYMOUTH DBMOCftlT, PÜBM3HRD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYM'JUTII, INDIANA, BY S. Li. HARVEY- OFFICE in the Post Office DuiL ling, up stairs. Terms or Subscription $2, GO n year in Advnncr. Payments must be made invari.-.blv' in advance ad the paper discontinued at tlie expiration of the time paid for, unless renewed. These terras rill b strictly adhered to. Subscribers who g;t their papers by the carrier Vill be charged 25 cents a year extra. Hates of Advertising: Hue ipare (th pace of ten linos or le nf tbistype) one eek, $1,00, and 50 cents for each additional insertion. Mo, 8' ! 1 rao 2 m o. I mos. i G mo3 1 rear. ants $2 5o s . o n S5 00 7 00 12 00 $10 no 15 00 20 no 5 J 4 00, 6 00 8 00 j 10 00 3 t 5.V) 8 0( l ; oo 6 . j 1-2 00 io no; 12 00 I 1-3 0. 15 00 i 17 no an oo i is no 25 00 20 00, 2:, 00 :io oo 5o no 50 09 75 00 Vicol I col i lSOrJ 25 03. 30 00 Lv...

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. — 13 September 1866

TilE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G.OSIIORXE I S. L. HARVEY, 5 Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXIIA'A: T ii u r s i a y, Sep. 13, 1806. DEUOCRATIC STATE TICKET. StrnKTARY OK STATE, Gen.ifAHLOND.MANifOX.ofMontjomcry Ai uiror. or state, CHRISTIAN 0. BAD G EU, of Clarke. TRSAStKEROF STAT52. JAMES H. RYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY GF.NEKAI.. JOHN P.. COFFROTII, of Huntington. UlTEttlSTESPENT OK rUIU.IC ISSTIU'CTIOX. K. M. CHAPMAN, of Knox. Fir Congress. DAVID TURPIE, of White. For Pro?tcuting Attorney, K. 0. McCOLLVM. of La Porte. Fr State Senator, L. J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative. 1). E. VAXVALKEN'BrilGH. j DCMOl'IMTIC COtXTY TICKET. "j XJ w?Avvrv j For Auditor, A. t THOMPSON. For Sheriff. DAVID HOW. For Coroner. ADAM VIXXEIWE. RALLY EXTRA! Jlondaj, Sent. 24t!i, at 1 I. M. ! 'BRICK" POMEROYp of the La Crosse Democrat, and Hon- JAMES B. RYAN, IN) lk Township Club. The regular nieotinir of the Deinoeratic I 'ut tt l'..lk town-hip will be beld at the school house in Tyncr. on Monday eve, . . - , ,.1 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 September 1866

L A ,Fkt k'-i. -i i,- linn 1m niltv.l .1 svl 1.. .... . . 1 . - TA "i l.il nml heratuft nl ins neues . . . '.,: nn ,:ir:w h i m ia .s " 1 . i v 4:i...... .,c v.. r.uiii 1. ' t-erbuw 1 ! II st ' -A. are THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. AoVKKTMiSi Ar.EXT. W. It. Scintn- pKIt 51 n.rboni binrct and Cook. OmviiN ; ,mvc. n, btcn rt.paircd and I u ia to -ret ,,n a Co. Dearborn St., Chicago, Ills b. M. ..,,,, . . ... Kettisoim,. Incw York City, and Geo. P. i ot,lor b;iir- 3d, "I Lave six pair oi Boots & powtLL&Lo., LentrressM. Jioston, Maw., 1 are authorize-! to receive advertisement for i the Democrat The Joint Canvas. L, The joint discitM.ui between the Con. Srei'nal candidates in this District will be held at the following county scat, com- .nier.cing at 1 p. in each day: Valparaiso, Tuesday, Sept. 18. Laporte, Wednesday, 44 10 South Bend, Thursday, Sept. 20. Plymouth, Friday. Sept. LM. 'Crown Point, Saturday, fcept 22. WVinamac, .Monday, Sept. 24. "Uensclaer, Tuesday . Sep...

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. — 13 September 1866

i 3 ! : J i I !"l 1 r r She Wore a Tall Spoon Bonnet. She wore & till spoon bonnet The day when first we met. Beneath it feil in clusters, Lon? curls of deepest hjt. Her fkir3 were of the wideit, Her crinoline of Steel, Her hose were chequered red and maure, And lofty was her bel. I taw her but a moment, Yet methinka Ise her now, With that ppoonie?t of bonnet High towering o'er her brow, A pork-pie hat so tiny. When next we nut, she wore, A fU ofscantiest measure Hung tightly down before Her hair was like the nigger. Yet still of raven hue. And o'er it, pennant like, behind Streamed out a ribbon blue. Ifawherupat Highate, And methinka I see her now, A he wheeled a "p'rambulator" Adownthe le.if-strewnbro. And or.ee aain I saw her. No pork-pie hat was there, A Leghorn bloomer shaded Her face so plump and fair. And, oh, her hair once rareo. Was now of carrot red, And tied up in a kn t behind As large as was her head. I saw her crinolmeless, In tigcr-tripcd attire, A-pI.jing coquet ...

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. — 20 September 1866

I nn -iL. o VOLUME 12. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER' 20, ISGG. NUMBER a. I PLYMOUT WEEKLY DEMOCRA 'ME PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. I PUBLISHED EVERY Till) RSD Y AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY S. L. HARVEY- OFFICE in the Post Oßce Building, up Halm. Terms or Sitliscripf ion a yc;ir In Advaiifr. Payments must be made invariably in advance 'nd the paper discontinued at the expiration of ih time paid for, itnlcrs renewed. These terms will be ftrlctly adhered to. "f?ii:Hcrlber who get their paper? by the carrier rill be charged 25 cents a year estra. Rates of Advertising: '"ne B'inare 'tho gpacc of ton lines or less of 'this type) one week, $1,00, and 5'J cents for each additional insertion. N'o,siV 1 rao. 2 m o 1 m 1 G mos 1 year. s;10 00 15 00 20 00 &7 00 a i 4 00, Gon soo 1-2 oo 15 00 it 5 5o p nn 10 no . i g 2oj ioooji-200 1 ioo; 2, u'l .-i 1 5 1-3 no. ir.oo 2000; 2 ;-r,,i" i 100a i:no anno I anno. 5 Jc " SOlV 25 00.30 00 . 50 03 7 25 00 25 no 5o no 75 00 l,tzu dvertinient $1,50 a squa...

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. — 20 September 1866

'o.r.. Iii. il. ...,i r I.:, r ' 1 ; THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT j. g.oshoum: S. I- IIAItVEl, editors. rL.YriOUTII, IX!MA: Thursday, b e p. 20, DEMOCRATIC STATC TICKET. SECKETART OK STATU, (pn.MAHLOND.MAXSüX.ofMontgomcrr - ArDITOR OF 8TATB, CilRlSTIAX O. BADGER, of Clarke. TJlKASt REU OY STATE. .MES B.ttYAN, of Marion. ATTORNEY OKNEttAi.. ; It. COFFROTH. of Huntington. KMSTEXDEST OK I'UBLIC IX5TRUCT10Ä. K. M. CHAFMAX, of Knox. For Con irres, PAVID TUKPIE, of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, K. O. McCOLLUM, of La Porte. For State Senator. L. J. HAM, of St. Joseph. For Representative, P. T.. V AN V ALKEN Ii CRC II. nrMiif a t i c rnrvTVTirKrT f fc For Treasurer. M. AV. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For Sheriff, DAVID HOW. For Coroner, ADAM VIXXEDGE. OF ILLIXOIS, BRICK" POMEROY, cf the La Crosse Democrat, and ! N I -.! Hon- JAMES B. RYAN rnnriiin '..t.r .fo,! 1 I? T V 'waa j a a w .X.VäV4äVV 1 III! 11 ' OIIATOK, will address the people of MJ. hall county at Plymouth. Turn out m muss' ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 September 1866

THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. Adveutisiso Aqents. W. :a 5X Dearborn Street, and ( 1J Srinm. I ?"5X Dearborn Street, and Cook. Cobcrn & Co. 85 Dearborn St., Chicago, Ilia, S. M. ltETTison.L. New York City, and Geo. p. 10 well cc Co., J3 Congress St. Boston, Mass., are authorized to receive advertisements for the Democrat. Read ihi new advertisements in another cvlumn of this paper. "Little GreelyV Know-nothing record is pretty well ventilated by our Bourbon correspondent, whose letter appears else where in this paper. The heavy rains of the past week have gTeatly interfered with the work of our farmers. Much of the ground prepared for wheat remains unsown. Every Democrat in the county should J I turn out to-morrow ind hear the joint Jis cussion between Messrs. Turpie and Colfax. the opposing candidates for Congress in this district. 4iUi!oa Leagues' are Leing orgautzed all over the State. The radicals of this place have their regular meetings in some secret lace, and non...

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. — 20 September 1866

i. a. js , u i s'::: . h k.- - i raddle Your Own Canoe." lp this world and down this world. And over this world and through, Though drifted about, And tossed about, "Why, "paddle your own canoe." What though the tiky is heavy with clouds, Or sdiinim: :i tiehl of Idue, If the bleak wind blows, Or the sunshine glows, Still "puddle your own canoe." AVhat if breakers riso up ahead, With dark waves rushing through, Move steadily by, With downcast eye, And "paddle your own canoe.' If a hurricane rise in the midnight skies And the stars arelost to view, Hide safely along, "With a smile and a son?. And "paddle your own canoe." Vpthis world and down this world, Ami over this world and through, Though weary and worn, Hereft and forlorn, Still "paddle your own canoe." Vevc give no when trials come, XeTer grow sail and blue, Never it down "With a fear and a frown, Hut "paddle your own canoe." There are daisies springing along the shore, Hlooiningaml sweet lor you: There are rose lined dyes lu t...

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. — 27 September 1866

4 -1. . .... . j . i.;.!. i . . 11 MO WEEKLY TWT W 'O A rp JL. e 1Y J ..iL JL JL JL JLAJJLVJL W JL&jX VOLUME 12. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, L866. NUMBER 4. V U 'f!IB PLYMOUTH IIIiJllHÜUT, I r U BIA1 K D ft V E R Y T f I U 11 I) Y A T I'l.Y.U UT1I, INDIANA, BY S. L. HABVEY- , , 0 .1 , Mn Uo'- 'vas received with loud Terms of s3sbcrj.inn .i cllferj,MJ addressed the Convention as year In Vi an j follows : r.ivrnor.ta ir.':;t be n; i ;v.iri v-1 v i s. advance , . , .v i . .I,,.-- c 'I'KNTLKM.vs a gratet ul heart thank r,d the rri-.cr uiJco:iome. at the exatio:; of . , . , - , . . ,'.u'u l0r v-nir cheering welcome, A more iie t-.rtc pavl f';-. unes reiievyca. These terras ... , ,, .. . , 1 lettering ami agreeable position could not V., be strictly a ltered to. have been aligned to me than the one S,i!crirwI,.Jgtfttbe!rp:ipcbyt..e earner , j?t (.unrja, ircaidj (,fficer, at V'dbe charged Scents a year extra, j though but temporarily, over this assem- r r J.,;r.;.iv. ! b...

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. — 27 September 1866

':n... . ... i -i ' whv. irou'i oeretarv ot t:tte i-i - ' J" ""ft - ...7 i : THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G.OSUOUE 1 0. L. HARVEY, $ Editors. PLYMOUTH, IXOIIXA: T II URSDAT, Se P. 27, I SAG. i DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, SECUETAUY OF STATE, C4ea.MAIILOXI).MANSOK,ofMontfoinrrT AVnrroK or state, antlSTIAN G. BADGER, of Clarke. TRENSCTIER OF STATU. JAMES B. II YAK, of Marion. ATTonMHY OESE1IAL. JOHN R. COFFROTII, of Huntington. urrtrrsTESDEXT or public isr ruction. K. II. CHAPMAN, of Knox. Tor Congress. DAVID TURPIE. of White. For Prosecuting Attorney, E. G. McCOLLUM, of Lä Porto. For State Senator, L. J. II AM, of St. Joseph. For TvepresentatiTc, t. X. VAXVALKEN11URGH. DEMOCRATIC COl'XTY TICKET. For Treasurer. II. W. DOWNEY. For Auditor, A. C. THOMPSON. For ShcrilT, DAVID now. For CoroiuT, ADAM VINN EDGE. GRAND OLD FASHIONED Democratic Rally! 7 1 it c i -t i indianaS rUVOntC Oa aild Glflcd Oratör I ! BOX. Dl. W. V00RIlEEll!krwr-rnf,,'.c.,e :' - , Vill address his fallow-citizens of N'or- : ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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