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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 2 September 1869

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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. — 2 September 1869

0 t Füg Mews About Home. Fast b tree in row. TmANKS to O M Packard for Dal las (Orewon) liners. 1 1 ww,0,llWfl compiaioiag oi their cows being surreptitiously milked, j f n . - - 1 Grkln apples are plenty, at fifty centi & bushel. All I usiues-- Houses belonging to the Jews id this lace will be closed 1 during the Oth and 7th inst. j m "Tr m iTT xt 11 Y itlCo t: was the Meddlesome Mallet- TI , . . . tl . Head, uit.is - aii in the Moou, last I busv with saeerdotal autic. Mfl Stove's libel upon tho luem- j ory of Lord Bjun is denounced by ev ery newspaper wc liave seen up to thi time. P&OF. Wiiai twill fe&kc hisuinety aseenaion in his large balloon, the MlDiiBiit!; Air Hiin I-V-rillc. at the fail , . 0 . . L'rouriJi. noxt Satur. lav afternoon. A trout f-jr thoat wbj l.aro MTCV seen a balloon aseead, . I . . m ., I et. uee iDt pm i cnj !a?s have .'icady boon broken io a windo 1 oew Lutheran Chorch sndetihtodrj the willful work ol some ! .... , mmentcToua dots whose parents ...

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. — 2 September 1869

A Mongrel Congressman. Titf. Charleston Daily Xeics a few weeks aüo published a letter to the public from T. J. Mackey, a Mongrel Akknaaa and poli tician, and brother t" Dr. Alberl G. Mackey, who was lately removed from the Collect oraittn of the Port of Charleston, S. C. The Mongrel member of Congress from the Charleston district, C. C. Rowen, was instrumental in getting Dr. Mackey turned out. and a war between the fart ions in that city has en cd Alderman Mackey, after defending himself airainst certain charges brought by Bowen, carries the war into Africa in the following style: But how stands it witli C. C. Bowen, Whom name, by a civil fiction, now bears the prefix u Honorable" He is a New England man, born and reared in Rhode bland, near the rnrj altar -f Bbertj. He entered the Confederate army as a lieu t nant of cavalry, and after U ignomini ous ar. sei of two years, he was cashiered ( I can BhOW by the otlicial record before me) for the crime of forgery! It is also true thai...

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