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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 10 September 1868

1 Mvmoiith Democrat. m 1 LlOOAI. AMP MiaOMAAMOU8. Ahmmm Aum-Thi following Djeut re authorized to contract foradvertlsins at our Xw.t e?h rates: CaWtt, Cobchh Co., Masonic ibaäpte, Chtafl; 8. H. VtniNOiLL, 37, Tark Row, gfewY4k; Gf.o. P. IMM ODV, 40, Park Row, Jlr.v York; Cook. ClMM a M ack. Cincinnati, O. American Lodge, No. 91, I. O O. BmmMt meeting Dtrj Thursday evenin?. at 7 '2 o' k. in Mrifd story of liuinrichouser's brick block. . T. PHILLIP-". T. K. HOUGHTON. N. J. Plymouth Chapter, No. 49, 1. A.. 31. Re?nl.ir eornmiinie-ation; firt and third Monday cve Bbd? of each nionth; visiting companions always wel wnK M. II. KICK, M. K. 11. P. J. r. LANGENBAUM!!, Sec y. Plymouth Council, No. 18, 15. :im1 ?. "MI. II -."ilar r.-!nnT.uii':tion -"rond Wcdndny of each ; rid i;ir companions always wi-lcom-. O. II. P. BAI LEY. T. 11'. G. M. J. F. I.AV'.r.NB.VUtiH. Recorder. Plymouth Lodge, No. i 49, IT. sad -V. M. Rc"nlr cfmmnnication ftr-t and third Friday cvo Maetof each month. Visitin? brot...

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. — 10 September 1868

Plymouth Democrat. THURSDAY, SEP. 10, 1S68. DEMOCRATIC RATIONAL TICKET. For President, HORATIO SEYMOUR, of W. Y For Vice-President, F. P. BLAIR, Jr., of Missouri. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For Governor, TJO'PS A. HENDRICKS, of Marlon. For Leidt.-iiU-fioiciWr, Alfred P. Edgrrtnn. of Alle at F.,r Secretary . f stuff, REUBEN C. EISE, of Boon, 0r Attütor of 8ttft JOSEPH V. B EMI 'SHAFFER, of F,anln. For Treasurer cf Statt, JAMES B. RVAX, of HarW.. Fr Clerk of the Supreme 0wt, SO AH C LaROSF. of Cast. For R.port r ot'ir Suptrtne Court, If. A. 0. PACKARD, of Mcrthdil. For Sviri;.frtdtit of Pibll" Intfl JOHN R. PHlLf.tps. of Zfcrrto. For Attorney General, SOL. GZ 1 TFOOL, of Pit,.(HH. For Klee or at Large, .JOllN R COWVW ITH, of M "ltln-'OH, BATI.ESS W HAXN' A. of Vl-o. CoailaacBis, jsonb nit- iv:. of Jarfceon, WILLIAM FIJAXKLIN', of Owen. For District EU-ctnr. F1rt Ti'-rirt -Thomas R Ceoe, r K iot. ontn-nt R t BaanBla, of V antler nrj, cond Ptatliet C S Dobhina. of Ifartm. font invrent Jon...

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 September 1868

XT TB Y (MAT. JI.J VOLUME 14. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 17 , L868. NUMBER 3. . -- - p DEMO u R"FCON STKTJCTIOJJ I The tYIii.e Sulphur Springs Conference. XLOS2aC-EV&-tfS P SidJtJ. Reply or and Over 1'lilrty Proiiiioeiif Southerners. The folio w i o s ie fee liosccrans- Lee oor-1 respondence : rosec'Rans to lee. j to restoring pea?e and prosperity to our IV hite Sulphur Springs, W. -a., ! common country. I vast to carry thai August, 186S. ) j pledge high above the level of party p Ii General Full of solicitude for the tics, to the late officer 1 and soldiers of the prosperity of my country, I eense with my , the Union army and the people of the north heart in my hand to learn the condition, and wet. and to a k theui to consider it. wishes and intentions of the people J rf the southern state?, and especial-, ly to ascertain the sentiments of that brave. ! energetic and self-sacrificing cl ss of men who, after sustaining the confederacy for j in our political sky, now ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 September 1868

i. t I Plymouth Democrat. THURSDAY, SEP. 17, 1808. Voters of Marshall eountv, on the 13th of October you are to cast your bal lots at the most important election ever held in Indiana. Important not only as a state election, but because it will go very I far toward deciding the presidential elec tion in November. An Pennsylvania. Ohio and Indiana go, so goes the nation in November; that is admitted by all par ties. Now, how are you going to vote? Have you decided that important question in your own minus, or are vou still in Ann.t- tv. tum i- .i . 3 . . vau-.c ui )unr vote, una tue great respon- iibility resting upon you? If not, then we beseech ynu to pause a moment and consider. Jiemember the republican par ty which has been in power fur the past yj"" .? MYT fry, and you are among the jurors. On this trial you should as honest men lav aside all prejudice and decide for or againstl that party upon facts alone. Remember t that the admissions of a criratnal are the strongest evidence ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 September 1868

B-'cnlar communication .-:i t alii 1; or eacn -- I .u i ,....,i e 101 , .1 i..,i- x. t.:..t, I . . I - - w, .li," oi j. iaui. ive I i- Plrmonth Democrat. . Miscellaneous. LiOOAIi AND ,. , r 'PVii fikllrkftMnrv nilvtrtiüinrr aent are authorized tocontraet foradvcrti.in- at our 1 iweteah rates: Cook. OMOp Co.. IlMNk Temple. Chicago: S. M. Pkttinqill, S7, Park Row Ts'-arYork; (Jeo. P. Rowkll a Co.. 10, Park Row. ; N vr Tork; Cook. Coarnx a M ack. Cincinnati, O. American Lodge, No. 91, i. o. o. Reeular Tnee!inr every Thursday evenlne, at T U 0- rlfca. in tlilia ernrv 01 uiiiiiri-iioiii'r s nrn-K m ck. i D. T. PHILLIPS : T. K. HOUGHTON. . . ..... . 1 1 : I . r i i bee y. N. 6. vtontb; kisitlng comp: 'Vinions alwavs wlcom' a HP BATUPT ftttl i-r-n n. I ,r ' , I Ada Mo. im Lodge, NO. 149, S V. LANfi ENBAUG Fly mouth JF mid JS.. I. Pcrnl.r eommnniriition firt and third ?ri.liv eve- IniTof each month. Visiting hroth.-rs alwar. wrel- j fmr. at H. UOOK. W. -M. u. s. bknson, Sei'v. j 1 '.' riymo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 September 1868

I STal I riVlllOIltll IfemOCrat. THURSDAY, SEP. 17, 1868. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. For President, II ORATIO SEYMOI K, of X. Y For Vice-Presltlont, F. V. BLAIR, Jr., of Missouri. üEWOCRATIC STATE TiCKET. Fftr Governor, TriOHAS A. HEXUUICKS, of Marion. For Hevtenant-Goternor Alfred P. Etlarertoii, of Alle. For Secretary of Stale. MEUMMIf V. KisfC. e WWt. For Au IV'r of "itf, JtSEPH V. BXMÜ8DAFFER, of fWMRa. For BVJWW oSf -l-; JAMES B. RVAX, of M 1 1 . J"c Cltrk of the Supreme f'ouri, WQJkSB. LaIiOE.of tent. Fir litjjortfr of the Supreme Court, M. A. O, PACKARD, qf Martha. For SvpenvtrynJrht of hMs Iwlructk, JOHX R. PHILLIP, of Danes. For AUnnifM 7-v SOL. ( LA YPOOL. ' rVftiL For Elector .it Large, iOUS ii COFFROTtl, of Hunt tnjrtoa, BAILED W IIAN'NA. of Xiao. Contingents. JASON B BROWN, of Jackson. WILLIAM FRANKLIN', 01 0,ren. For District BtdMI, YWt District -ThonUM It Cobb, f ELnox, Contingent H 9 Spmoie, of Tnadertwig', Second Pi-jtrict C S Pobb-n. of Jfkrtta, Contingent Jonas H...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 September 1868

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY h r- fit m & VOLUME 14. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, L868, NUMBER 4. POLITICAL. Speech of G-en. Guyger. m-llvercrt al SatniusUy. oslo. Sep- it iniirr, t , ... . , r Judge Thurman was followed by ben-, a Joe Guyger.of Columbus, who spoke as follows s Mr Fellow Citizens 1 d0 not teel - . . v,Uiteasmucnainomeamon-uC.u.ai- . 1 1 .1 ., le aii'lience as my friend Judge Thurm an c 1 as always been leied and summered get into a largo democr a irood deal like a man . , ., , , sylvania, who inrpKred whe.ner no Knew her Jake Kkinfeltet lived, ihe boy said he did. Says he, M Can you te:I me.' Ye,, sir," says the boy. Do you see our barn dowu there 'i " . . -t- it l . jr es flava do ' ' " M to that. About three hundred yar Is beyend the barn yen will fin I a "lane. Take that lane and follow along Tot ab nl a BÜlfl and and a half. Then vou will com; to a branch. Go up the , nrancii . Kmii a finirtAf r.T r ti,Ir fill 1 f.lirn V 10 ... 1 ,-i ' l 1 will piif.i(i to ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 September 1868

I Plvmouth Democrat. TBTBSDJLT, BEP. 21. 1868. THE NATIONAL BANKS. The radical party is virtually pledged to sustain the infamous swindle called the " national banking system." Now what interest have ike people iu thin matter ? Simply this : Congress legislated all bank t out of existence and established the i national banking pysteai on this principle, briefly stated : The capitalists deposit with the government 330 millions of bonds, and receive in turn the right to bene 500 millions of national ba&k uotes; the-e note- are put out und Bled as the currency of the country, and the govern ment pays the depositor his six per cent. . in gold on the bor.ds lie deposits, and he j keeps the notes loaned at 10 and 12 per ; cent, and receives an exemption from tax ation on his bonds worth at least twj per cent, more, mating his money worth to him in a legal money over twenty per cent, and the government pays him $18, 000,000 in gold annually, when it tkould not pay one cent, tot if the ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 September 1868

- w "'in in mis pr;iri ir. ror mi v uimu-, n I -s i u h r ;i i I ini i T . Ir r.'.7 !- t. h. " " ta m mi 1 1 v. 1 1 m . 1 m j Mv month Dcmocrnt. IjOCXT ND MiaOKLLAWEOÜS. " - 1 ' - Advertising Am-Tte following sdvertie: mm mt m A Ä . r 1 w r i t o rrmr rAtrt for ft l Vert Elfl iMlf r t aa 1..- taa . v v - - ---- - 1 vret en-h rate.: Von. CMOH CO Mseoeic Tempil. Chicago; s. M. Paffisauix, If, Park Bosr, mmm7 American Lodge, r0. 91, , I. O. O. F BMhwawcttJ pv.Tv'rhnrvUvnintr. t Two'-, torSSuPHf rf"K"noi Jton Plymouth Chaptor, No. 4D, il. .4.. :r. H,TnlnrinmmnnV i; irin- flr-t nnrt t'.ifrl 'Tim da fTC- I Baaaaoteach month: viitin to .1 n .'-i- aitvavs el- aoTttf. M.n.BICB,1LB.H.r. j. p. LANiiKNB.u'f.n. s-f'y. " JT" r Plymouth Council, reo. IS, rijuiuuiii w R-atarcommn..ic.iti.v,-eeoad w-dn -t.y or caca . mamtk ; vkrftia eoeloaa alwava wekomo. o. 11. r. BULKY, t. n r,. M. .F. LASGKSBAirSH, H-.-onr. j Plymouth Lodge, No. 19, F nnd A. R.-sfular rommnnkatlii'i fir-o aad third Fridaj ere In ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 September 1868

I i PlttMith democrat. THURSDAY, SEP- 84, 1 DEMOCRATIC MTIOML TICKET. For President, lIOK.lTtt SEIMOISI, or IT. V an - i - i or kmPrejalelsat, F. I. BIanL, Ir of SSissoiiri. DEMOCRATIC SWE TICKET. For Governor, aio.ias v. tasmwmMcma, f Hrik For T.i iifrua it''ioreri.'r Alfred I. Kilrto, of Alle. F r v.-r tarn f Stair, MBUBBM C. FiiF, of Bjo. fto fima "'.-, Jv$2P3 V. BMMCSDAm, aJlaMfls. Mr ftamsmr tf8ttit JAMES Ii. MTAX, f J7. CBSM S Suitrteitlr C"U."t, MOABS. sC03& flaw. For Riportf &f Hit ipreim Chasd, Jf. A. O. PACKARD, of M'trthaR. Ftr Si'ftrb ' M&Wtf PU" Jrftmcdcn, JOBS FI. PRTLLIPS, f Baals Fr Af,rri s-f (J, .(-;;.', SftL C&! FKMML, P-li.cjn. For Beetataal L:iro. 1 J'I N" R ':-" it i' !. of H i ;tjn, BMYfJBM w B vn.n'a. oTVbjo. r- ir?;i 'r n:''. J .'' H BRO'VX, of Jaekaoa, WILLIAM Jf Fi'AXKl.iN, of 0 vja. Fv Di-tri -t Pecters, Flr.-t TM strict "I".: aaaa II Catw,afKaos, tsittii'.Mi' 8 3 Sproate, of Vaaderbatg, S t mi Dfstrl 8 D Ata . of Wrrfrn, foafiwjeat J mast...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 October 1868

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 14. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1868. NUMBER 5. I ) POLITICAL. T8etinfl at Nei AHiany, on the 160. 1MLSS BY M. A. 0. PACKARD. From Um New Albany Ledger, Sup. 17th, The meeting at Music hill was another tpouring of the people, giving evidence the interest manifested in the contest 7 being carried on. The hall was wded in every part by the democracy the city, who appeared anxious tc hear j great questions now before the coun j fully discussed. The attendance of White Boys in Blue, in uniform, was large, and their appearance at the etUNE added much to the enthusiasm of .c hour. After the arrival of this body ' men, and the audience had become jwhat quieted, the Hon. John S. Davis east forward and introduced the Hon. M. A 0. Packard to the assembly. His ap irance created the wildest enthusiasm, 1 cheer after cheer was sent up by the jmocracy. Mr. Packard in addressing the assembly ... nplimented the democracy of southern ! "diana upon their t...

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. — 1 October 1868

, uuiM oi me itt vuuticiin, wno iiigiuriousiv "ciweu out a cowaru anu avaneu nim-1 .,. ,i. . "u,i" r1 fjcr ui -aia ii No. CSC ' a.t r. .i i- n .. .. ! jp r.i.- i t .. : .. .i n i t ; tliotw.. n..ti i-.-. . - v. IH I lllibllt ll lfldalAdrlt 1 It Hilf 111 II IF! IIIVl I 11. THURSDAY, OCT. 1, 18(58. RADICALS AND FOREIGNERS In referring to the Catholic foreigner the Chicago Pott, one of the leading radi- tu newspapers of Illinois, in a recent num ber 93J9 : f.-.l l-.-vT"M 1 . . TT - ?. of an emigrant ship. lie is k horn savaije- M brutal a rnihan as an untamed Indian of I the .Norn Ameriran triOe. Of course he can't r.ad. H . , ,. , , cant write. All bocks to ; him r.re leafed. He only believes in the priest; and the priest is onlv little less a bar barian than he. "He Jasus, I'm a Dimnie- erat:"" is bis shibboleth. Breaking beads Ar ' opinion j saKe is ins practice, ine Dorn i-riminnl :inil ninivr iif tlif r-ivil!7PiI vvnrlil i eriminnl and oamcr of the civilized world, i and ahbal the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 October 1868

s-ssnspinnse wjT' ' p...... :..,"elr.;,.iti.ir!Mo,!aa-ev,-;and J ' " j-r wins.". i ätsan t v: aaaa. exrei - sunn j Htiabarajk i ;.i."i a S.SI y i.i- r v uns t IJiM-hcster s.i" MXäl " 3.03 . s."ii Saieaa iti "i M ,i-2.:i t-m r.si t - i i Altkmee lUTT ! . -. r. : f antoii H.M r a 1.SS -, I M issiiiun is.ji :.iis r..j:. i-.'i: ; ('rrville I .SI - ? t - ,7 j V...-f,-r tßt ' t.SS 7 r, ; f ; Mssaesekjl 4.11 ' r..a an i 1 Creatmm .. ( r).. pn t ,. ( .. .... Racrraa r..:i ' . 1 n. 1 -n , Up s.iuiia-ky. . . 7. its I J.tt- 11.14 MSS Porcat T.Tt T.r.t 41 M.t? t.H U.aa ajss o.(r j ;- v n -i r Vnti W' ri MM 10.14 1 Iwl 1 1 Part Wsjme.... ttM p Itfl " : " .m I Onlanihla t.trt M a a' S.SA :v.; V'ir-:iw ?.') !.::-J " 1 - - PI I muu tk s.oft ; .ii ä.ns rio j '-it).ir:iis.i 4Jft 1 4.15 . ?.f4 c'jr ; BtaVssja t. ' r.. . ..,( a.as Mm I j c X LM VinAElf ll BÄ0311 t I S JHIlUillll IMMIItH Tell. Local anj Misckllaneotp. i - - - VnvsftTi MOm-TM following aiivertiaing . . jf ir? .vainons.. -.o ronivaci lorm...

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. — 1 October 1868

Ivmoiitli Democrat. THURSDAY. OCT- 1, 1868. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. For lresidei t, II ORATIO SEVUOIR, or X. T For Vice-President, F. P. BLUR. Jr., of Missouri. OEWOCRftTIC STUTE TICKET. For Governrr, TrlOM.YS A. IIKXDKICKS, of Marion. For lAtutmant-Gorernor, Alfred P. Edgerton, of Allen. For Secretary of State, METB83 C. KisK, of Uxne. Fjr At Mv of Stuf", JOSEPH V. BFMl'sDAFFFR. of fharffet. For Trtatntrtr of Stat, JAMFS B. RVAX, of .V irion. For t'hrk tf the S'iprrtne Court, xoaii s. Iairose. of Otm. For Rtporttr of the Supreme Court, JK A. 0. Packard, of Jaaraw ''. For Svftriiif'nd'Tif of Pull'v; I,..trtctU'ii, JMTt R. PHILLIPS, of Dai'us. For Af,orny General, SOL. CLATPOOL. of Putnam. For Electors at Larc, JflflV K OOFKROTH. of II iint in, 'ton, AYUESS W QA2TXA, of Vio. Contingents. J B BROWS, of Jackson. WILLIAM M FRANKLIN, ot Owen. For District Elector. First Dl-trit -Tboma R Cobb, or Knox, C,ontiuL"'iit--U B Spruule, of Vauderbnr. Second District V S Dobbin, of lartin. Co...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 October 1868

We nre bami (Irmr and Helfen, from PLY OUTH WE EE is VOLUME 14. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, L868. NUMBER 6. 1 - i I u Mm I I I I MMOCRA TS OF MAL SffA LI COUXTYl Un next nm) me mm mipor- tont election ever held M Indiana will take place. On its result .n this ,,aie in a great degree hang the destinies of this nation for long years to come. 1 he . .r. 1 . t . iihj be close and hotly contested. One coun ty, one township, even one vote may turn ike eeale of victory either way and detertn- mmmm ll.n f..t ikf f 1 . I . iKllitr . lr. uii n. i.. . expected from the sallant demoeracv of nanaau. wnwrais mrongnoni me .i.it t . i . i state are lookin- to m, and c nüdet.My believe we will roll up a majority that will, not only elect our candidate fur congress M this district, our com mm pleas judije, and prosecutor, an i joint representative, but also secure the success ot tue entire ... - tat ticket. The campaign is now nearly at its close. Tba qaestiond aa which so much depend h i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 October 1868

1 1 rivmoHin Democrat. THURSDAY, OCT. 8, 1868. COUNTY TAXES. THE FMil'RES FROM RADICAL OFFICERS. If a Lie, the Liars Specified. READ THEIR OWN STATEMENTS. The candidate- of the republican party ' nave spoken their pieces so otten m this j county that the people are thoroughly diguuted with them. They fully com prehend what they are driving at, aod they will not be deceived by them. They know that the expenditures of this county are more reasonable than in any of the republican counties around us, for instance: The expenses of St. Jo. coun ty for 19G7 were 828,010 G5 Marshall for same year 22,583 68 St. Jo. exceeds Marshall.. 5,507 97 I The expenses of Porter county were, for the same year. .8105,838 26 ) Marshall for same year . . . . . . 22.583 68 Porter exceeds Marshall ... .9 83,254 58 The expenses of Laporte coun ty, during same year $51,875 12 ;' Marshall for samo year 22,583 24 Laporte exceeds Marshall $29,292 24 St. Jo. county paid for 1867 interest on bonds $1,814 12 j Marsh...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 October 1868

Written for Bai Democrat SOS Of THE PÄTCÜ. Ft Tri! Tib MM, of tLt Patch Brigade. A:r Vt NHMl Ik. i'l jam Cry cr Jh, 1 had a dream the other n!ght, When ail around was still, I sw Mr. Nancy Johnson, Me thinks I sec Bet still. Ctcrus: Ok ' Mr?, Nanej Johnson. Don't vou crv for me, aw m Tor I have joined the democrats. With a polci upon my knee A i v.iver spcon " was in her niouth, A tear was in her eye, Oh ! 4 ' lot ' tanner. form around," Mrj. Nancy she did cry. Ctai ii Oh! Mrs. Nancy Johnson, etc. Oh ! i4 ' loil ' tanners don't you know," Mra. Nancy Johnson sung, 11 !TW nil democrats are traitors, And therefore should be hung?" Charus: Oh! Mrs. Nancy Johnson, etc. af Oh ! tc-nners. have you seen the men Willi patches on their clothes, They all are traitor democrats, As e-erybody knows. Chorus: Oh! Mrs. Nancy Johnson, etc. Oh ! tanners, wo sre done for, My feet are in the trap. For the ''patched briprade" outvote us Who wear broadcloth on our back. Cham: Oh! Mrs. Nancy Johnson, etc. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 October 1868

i i.u... , i - -r . : I y i ! a ) i i Plvmo'ilk 8Vä:5öijrat. Tilt' I LSD AY, OCT. 8, lSftS. DEMOCRATIC NATIONAL TICKET. For iirilk',it, IIOR1TIO SEYMOUR, of IV. V For a icc-l'i-csitlt'iit, '. I". BLAIE, Jr., of Missouri DEfflOCRÄTiC STÄTE TICKET. For Oeieiaor, I'HOl.S A. UMMUCKS, of Uailnn. St Eil Wti lltl't-fil:l I rif-. Alfre! P. Fi!; er ton, of Allm. Stt'ttHw f Waat fiFi nrx h'i r. if Boo, y.r . r,r,,r of Slat, JWBoWK f. BEWV9BAFFRTt of v. v.-: ... f"' Tr '"'' r f Statt, juuaa n. n ta x. of m fam. tor thritoflfn Woowowm c rt, M9XAB X tmMimr.of tm. Wo Mopmt. r Offal BomWOOM CbSWf, JL A. O, PACKARP. of SBBbIbI j tr ' rh ' ' i , r TwtBf Butimt Rom, jviix R. Piw.LlPs. of Bmohm. For Atf'-r .f'i QtmoroM, BOL. VLA YPOOL. of Putnam. For Electors af T-ir.-e. .F 'f ' COT WW ITH, Of Ff:fin-tou. BAYLESS W HAXXV ofVifcO. i "oottBTenf, j o- R RR( my. of T : ekson. W7U1AV N K .iv. olOwo. For DUtT-it KI- for-. IV.t Di'riot .Thomas If Cobb, of Kröv, 'iniiin!i-iif ! S SpraWIO, of Vender' "ir;r, Wn...

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. — 15 October 1868

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 14. PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, L868. NUMBER 7 Bible Statistics. The scriptures hve been translated in to one hundred and forty-eight lauguages and dialects, of which one hundred and : twenty one had, prior to the formation of the British and Foreign bible society, ner- cr appeared. And twenty-five of these languages existed without an alphabet, in j , it J AO nA Artfl ,.f rj oral lorm. i o w a r w s oi WVWjvv i hose copies of God's word are circulated nrnong not less than 600,000.000 of people. The first division of tho divine orders into chanters and verses is attributed to ! C,phcn Dangton, archbishop of Canter r bury, a the reign of King John, in the twelfth century, or beginning of the thir teenth. Cardinal Hugo, in the middle of the thirteenth century, divided the old testament into chapters as they stand in our translation. In 1GG1, Athias, a Jew Of Amsterdam divided the section of Hu go into verses. A French printer had previousl...

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. — 15 October 1868

-T-r-r- i i ... . , i , . - , . I Plymouth '-Deaacrat.! THURSDAY, OCT. 1 , 13 7 HE ELECTIONS. The returns up to this true, (Thursday ?faa) indicate that Peeryylnnta an 1 Ohio have ROM radicainJ that Indiana U J tery c.vse wit;i a probability that linker is elected governor. In Indiana the deinoc racy have male a noble tjuht, and if tne et?te is lost to theta at all it is bj a major it oflesithan 1.00?, whereas fin 1S0G we were defeated by a rmj ritjf af 15,000 ; and wr have euaod aae or tvro congress men, nod have inide substantial iriin in botli branches of the lesfVatore. All this toy in the (nee of the infamous npportion , m-2nt Lir by which the radicals expected J to ctrry every c on-rcssiotvil d3tricc in the tn?r. '.ii-vr aawAnl nnJ t.i Iii. flu lerrisUiare nearle uaanin W.v radical . Ana also in tba facte of frauds such as no 5 party ever before dare attempt ; and of the !' prodigal expenditure of money such a- wis never before heard of. Millions of U collars htve been paid ou...

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