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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 16 May 1861

: 1... -1. .Ti :. ...n.. . Ii vi 4 t J V) .i i. ' 'S II TSE BOWLD SOJER BOY. 0, there's not a thrade that's going, Worth showing, er knowing, Like that fron glory growing, For a bowld sojer buy! Where risht or left we go, Sure you know, friea l or foe Will have the h unl or toe From the how! J sojer boy! There's not a town we nnrch through, J!ut ladies, looking arch through The window panes, will ?arch through The ranks to find their joy ; WliII up the street, each girl ycu meet, With look to sly, will cry, "My eye! O, Isn't he a darling, The bowlds jer boy!" Kut when wo got the route, Hot they pout, r:j1 they sliout, ."While to the right about Goes the bowhl s-ojer boy ; 'Tis then that ladies fair, In despair, tear their hair, 12ut the divel a one I care, Says the bowld sojei boy, For the world is all before us, Where the 1 audiadies adore us, Andne'er refuse tc score us, Rut chalk us up with joy ; We tas'e her t ip, wc tear her c:ip, 0, that's the chap for me," says the, '0, isn'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. — 16 May 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. ri'CLISIIED 7:UtT BT T. & P. Mc90IVA?jD. PIATT HcDOSAIB; :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIA.IT A: Tnur.i.y, May IOtit, 1801. ItEPLT TO C. H. EEEVE. On our first f ae will be found a letter firm C. II. Reeve, to which the following lem.irka aio intended to be a reply. Tl.e first position he lakes is wrong, according to our belief. There was noth ing expressed or implied in our conversa tion, or rather his conversation to us, that would lead us to suppose that he intended it to bo private, lie talked of matters v.I.ioh were public,- which were known to two thirds of the people of the town, n:id demanded, as we understood him, to be set riht before the public. How did he expect us to comply with the demand vithout making the matter public, if it j was not so nlreadj? To make a 2'ublic re- j fraction jrit".-fcli approaches so near nn impossibility that we did not ft e like making ihe. attempt. If lie had intimated that he did no wish anything aid about it in the paper, w...

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. — 16 May 1861

P.-,;, . C ' V I !i:.rr it ..l Vnvo I LI "J 1 . THE DEMOCRAT.1, lF v; ''s e 1 ; Lemon s News Depot. Le receive the Ledger. j yr ; Mercury, Harper s Weekly, 1 r.iuk Leslie's IIlus- A-OCAL AXD AlIiCELLANEOUS. tr.uM. :.n ! Z-.it ini.r, N Y Week lv, Iloston F.lot, JOHN HsDONALD. : r j . : : : dxtjr. . A seriocj accideut occurred in Bourbon town- hip hstr riday. A .Mr. Rockhill, 1-C3idin5 ia Tippesiiaoe towniliip, while ailing iu the raisinc; of & barn m Bju:b n tornship, w.h seriou-Iy i-i jareJ by tlie failing of ji Lr it-e, from a !ii;'it of t .w..T .. . r..tiCinnn r.. ! : . l .. . i .1 r .;., , , ' ere. A scutlemm tto.n this ylice, who ms t:.. r the sitne d.iT, Dioraj u tint his eve wad lc out of hü h'.ud, pre entinj u liorrible appearance. it n tliouglit, by some, that t:ie cjntuuoa will not f ire fatal; but our inform int thinks it t, ill be iaoossiblo lor him to recover. Vv's are rcijueited to notice that t?;e Tr v-ibvieri ; iaS-uth School m-Ai. at that eh.irjii, every i . , , ...

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. — 16 May 1861

AGRICULTURAL. Rearing Calves and Lsinba. Messrs. Etliiors : It sometime hap pens thai i younj hrab will becomo so chilled from cold rnd want of care, that it will appear almost lifeless, and it will 1); necessary to carry it to the house to warm i:. Give it a little milk with a spi ciiiLr of LuV.'k p?pner ia it, but do not put any molasses in the milk ; it is very iujj-j iijus. neu mlk eannot readily bj ob tained, yruc-1 iaaJ-3 of wheat flour is a very good Substitut J- inhere is a tendency to l-H'äcndäs, charcoal or coal from the tlie place pounded fine and sifted will regulate the bowels immediately ; put it in the milk and the l imb never will know it. I raised a pair of calves with the milk of one cow, bv making oruel of Indian meal and water, ar, kept them i:i good order by putting pounded coal into their food, and they made a good stout pair of catte. 1 agree with your correspondent 11. S. T , that calves will thrive just as well to drink th:-ir milk as they will to suck it fr...

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. — 23 May 1861

Poetical. AGRICULTURAL. "f. 1'rom th Delaware Inquirer. SPEAK HOT UNKINDLY. BY FIN LEV JOHNSON. Speak not unkindly unto taoso Who stray from virtue's path, Nor pour upon their sinful heads The vials of thy wrath ; Foruiikiml words lut wound the soul, Ureed misery aivl death ; An-1 oft '.le?tray what goml remains, By their pernicious Lreath. Why turn to d irk and fearful hate, A warm and loving breast, When kindly tun.', like healing balai. Would rive unto it. rct ; Why give reproof instead of praise, A frown, and not a smile ; Why seek t plunge still more in vice, Misfortune's sinful child? Upon this earth are erring souls, Wbe will is to do geod, If kindness only with its train By them in mercy stood ; But when unto their broken hearts, Unkinlnesa adds" its gall, Then spring to birth thos-J seeds of vice, Which are within us all. Then kindly act, and kindly speak, To those who pro astray ; Let kindly tones like lamps of light, .Lead ail in virtue's way, And every soul which you may...

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. — 23 May 1861

OHIO CASH STÖRS ! ' i-r.-i .1.. !,... . ,! I., ,r i.l... I S....i..w: I sll.' Iiir I i, woiIvS. V Til E DiQCAT. rrsusnED weekly bv T. fc P. JlcDOXALI. Troni Washington. rsir if. ( v- -u.i.jiujrn.'W PIATT McDOlIALD, :::::::: Editor. From Baltimc-ro, liALTIM'JRK, .May 0. Washington and Fori Mior.rue, via Ihtlii ! Blockade cf Cliatie&tcn. ; a na'ion of baibanans. and ai;ov :ivago ; New York Tribune' Special Dispatch. mon.-. I will be seen bv lbs following re-ports, i ieori-uy to usurp uc pace ci reason. i,...... ....... Washington. May 19. A collision at Harper a lorry is regar- that thft b!oclsade 0f Charleston has been;5'1 l0JWt' n"1 r: e into tron ,,a,e no, uccu otoi e. The announcement of tho new Military Jed as certain tins week. : coramerceil ; t c,rne8l. I .Dwn 1 fi"'k. man 1 ,,to tho ! acr to Jj-T Vf',t4tc arr,val ; a j Department, including Virginia. Xorth Social to the Post. commenced 1.1 carnal. ! brute, None but cowards are crtld; true ; en. troops, lie men were landed ...

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. — 23 May 1861

AI i- a I l.ft - MJ k " 5" 1 - I 4 i "i a i I h 9 if I ä 'A At ,1 t THE DEMOCRAT. t . , . AI. .LOCAL AND -MISCELLANEOUS. J J-i SiSUUALU, :::::: j-ciiur. T t,. , " - , T.iST TNTiin.l i v nvii'ii" iv i trink a "run orer to . . . . , " , , , . , ,. -, alpa-aiso. It looks Ju!l an 1 deserted, the mil- .. . . , , . . , , ' .. , , , ". xv fouuJ Ceeee, ot" t!ij lieuubiic,? to hi.- eyes v. pa- per.?, Ion ltvilori" ?nl clipi:i'. lie reports tliu moniost dop.irtmont of that institctiun t i,c in a verj tlilapi-.ltteJ cm 'i::on, as it U in a!nv;t ev ery country otlie, and that the goo-l people f th.it vicinity do not aul him, to any ;il inain ex tent, ia keeping up the fio of j "Dimes departing rapi-.l'y." UocK,of tlie Dcuncrat, still lives, a fact we; very much douoted, not liavhv; received his aj er a t .t : i.: . r JOr IWO WCCliS J pera.ipS l. US W a O ill4 lO Iiis lO! IliJ Leir.q afflicted with another severe attack of 'phis- tor.' riiePresbvteri.i:t CjÜc-c at Val',ir.ii will be Police LI .i...

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 May 1861

FOR CLOTHING! Davidson & Co., At their well known stand, are juat in receipt o a stock of all kinds ef jTIcn's and Boy's Wear, That in point of Quality, DaraMli lyand Cheapness Cannot be surpassed in Northern Indiana- We herewith respectfully solicit a visit of those in want of CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing: Goods, ilATS & CAPS, AMD PIECE GOODS! And will at all times be ready and cheerful to fchow gooda. Manufacturing Extensively Our arrangements for all kinds of Custom Work are equal to any in the country. A large assortment of Ready-Made Boys' fc Youths' Cloth Jsig. DAVIDSON & CO. Flymoutb, April 4-1 Otf Hats, Hats, Hats CAPS, CAPS, CAPS ! Call at Davidson &, Co. 'a Wholesale and Retail Clothing Store, for your The largest, cheapest and best selected stock ever in this market. April 4-10tf. D. & Co. 5,000 ACHES of LAND for SALE. rjpiIC UNDERSIGNED IS AUTHORIZED g to sell the following described Lands, -it zerj low figures; part down ami the balance in animal paym...

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. — 6 June 1861

i... ,.,:i i ... ... . . r. 1 tierietM e to be p SIV 7 in- V the j 1 -i i fl i i ?4 i i A n i i i t - t t t i i LATEJüT WAR XEWS Tie Orsaaization of th3 Volunteer j Forces. j The SoeetAry of War Ins sent to the Governors j -.Se::ff.TeatStatM a circular, of which tho fob Vv" lÄ Dr.PSTMENT. I Wiuwr.N. U.y si. lol.$ rjiSia: By reform ;e to Orders No. 15 of t J War Depirtnu ut, appen led, a co n- of which lT.-rc-.rith foiwarl you, giving the plan of organ-u-itlvi: of the volunteer forces called into th sser d'the tVittd States by the rrcM.M:t, VfU rvceive th.it .ill re;p cental of!Ler.s of t'io,e .... ... .... f .l,.i.,.I.l.ia:n to iiVö;t J LuUieli- vi:..-.- f1l r,... r...,rJJf ar, ir::!u-ive, are an-yinteJ by th; t-.. - ru.r.oi , , , , v. , .n..:p!m,.nt ,.lhe.eolHeer frr the regents fain.,hed by -... - . . .1 ... tUMlVZ UlUS COllUI-M w -.. t.sjr patiiotliti, andnot ofsjunl he ihu. ri r-i - - i v -j'- -' " - - ".Vi. j.J '1 1 -iMiii'. Iii one ti a Lse'.tf enmey, . :d or tir-t, who lus n....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 June 1861

l... .,;.n.. ...I -.,,i;i.. ajre-ii wei'fi oi sorrow wi u:n inev sv - mh-h l . i.iii : r-uuwi imu ii;i.imihssioii umn uiouliiii. hi m ijiii-a, ;uiu uiawia-ia uiu, u;ut'ri.t II . ..reit I ..nrr Mi-iik.i h.. until i:1.! . ri in me icii'' '.-ii'ur ui jmii"3 o0ii"i,-ii neu,. ,.:.i.. i..r... i.:.... .1....:.... .1 . Ki '"S" "" ihi-j vni-rcu oieu ov le tiera 11 rootts. k oui'ii ino a onincr mortui o 1 ..... mk" v " uiimia u e wi rr.t ..n.. 11 - v ' 1 111 1 . uced into the Hoiisn of U..,.r. jji.imvu ii.a nvi i.tic.i.g. BUitklCliea u.vvicu. yvuvj iit.ji, .ei. iiuiii iiic ji.n ..".i, li t.m-gacn ,u HJ uu III Illlllijnt CirCUniStailCeS lal n: THE DEMOCRAT.! PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT T. Sc P. IüclOIVAL.I. PLATT HcDOITALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: Thursday, June Gtii, 18G1. - . T"V A -1. 1 A frrP.it manv nprnnr-rats l-.av .nrPQB-- Wnchbirrf nn WS A cnonb.i Tri.'; in hU ankle Md rPP ivin inteiial iliuiie3.Ö licralds Washington Liupau. J L.l .1.:. .!,. ru... it if htmit dUrmteh f.irs A ipflr...

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. — 6 June 1861

7 I ft ID 1 5 t THE DEMOCRAT.- Local and Miscellaneous. JOHN McDONALD. :::::: Editor. FOUND! A large brass key. vrhich the owner can have by Strf.it rowä an 1 fights arc of common occur- r.nce iu our town of late. If the continue to be j frenuentin the future, our Marshal will have 1, a,.MliU hands f-tü. " Sunday eve lu ' ' , , , . lliu" two Intimen had a fight, near t.lO LCpOt, 111 , ' ", i i TM ' which 'ne of them g')t pummele.. st trt-iy. i nc j ... Jrjf nmii urir! fwss, which was a private ou? at brst, emit near ... . ....-. ifli riif liivin" friend 4 ending tu a general me.ee, eacn out na in,, nituu.i . , 1 i.. ,..r..U- t.T'hiek'' him. On latae cruwa . - ! the nvear nze 01 lira cwuj, iuwuiui, . . 1. ........... 1... ' fc) fight waaiudwfmite'T postpone-m.- 01 me st-w , 1 iit .:ng off on freight tram th it happened to j f,.ht wasindwfinitely postpone J. ws ot the acton j begone out at the time, find the oilier disappear- "behind t!ie waiter tank. . , 11 I e have receive-! a paper...

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 June 1861

FOR CLOTHING Davidson & Co., At their well known atacd, arc just ia receipt o a stock of ail kinds of nicu's and Boy's Wear, That in point of Qaalily, Diirabili tnmd Cheapness Cannot be gurna-eed in Northern Indiana. W herewith respectfully solicit a visit of those in want of CLOTHING, Gents' Furnishing Goods, HATS & CATS, AND PIECE GOODS! And wi:l at all times bo ready acd cheerful to imonr goods. Manniacturing Extensively Our arrangements foral! kinds of Custom "Work are equal to any in the coui.ry. A luige assortment of Reudy-.Mido Boys' S: Y011IE1' Clothing. DAVIDSON & CO. TU mouth, Ar riU-lOtf Hats, Hats, Hats CAPS, CAPS, CAPS ! C at Daviden & Co. 'a Wholesale an 1 Retail Clothing Store, for your The larjrest, cheapest and best selected stock vtr in tin market. April J lOrf. D. Si Co. )J) ' ACHES ef LAND for SALE. npil.-: UNDERSIGN CD IS AU'I IJOit.VfiD to eil the foiiott im; described Lands, it re ry lour figures; part down and the balance in a.ipaai j-ayrnvms,...

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 June 1861

PLYMOU WEEKLY t 4 V VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1861. NUMBER 20 WHOLE Xo. 72. i v 'It t 5 -J 1 f t - - ; ? 'V I n s ! 4 ri i - 4 i 1 7- POETICAL. H FI.T7RIBTJS UN UM. BY CAPT. O. W. CUTTER. Though many and bright are the stars that appear, In thit fl;i b- our country unfurl'd ; Ami the stripes that are swelling in majesty there, Like a rainbow adorning the world ; Their lights are unsullied as those in the sky, By a deed that our Fathers have done ; And they're leagued in as true and a holy a tie, In their motto of "Many in One." From the hour when those patriot3 fearlessly Sung, That banner of starlight abroad ; Ever true to themselves, to that motto they clug, As they clung to the promise of God ; By the bayonet traced" at the midnight of war, On the field where our glory was won ; Oh ! perish the heart, or the hand that wouid mar. Our motto of "Many in One." Mid the smoke of the contest the cannon's deep roar How oft it had gather'd renown ! While 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. — 13 June 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEK LT BT T. fc P. incDOA'AIiD. PIATT McDONAID, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIAITA: Tu u USD ay, June 13th, 1SG1. IMPORTANT. A dispatch pisad over the wires yes terday evening stating that Gen. Butler lud thken 1,000 secessionists prisoners, at Bethel. The report needs confirmation. The Convention. The attention of our readers is directed to the call for the Democratic County Convention in to-day's paper. The lime selected is as convenient for the farmers as any that could bo named. In addition to the call of the committee, we would urgently request all who take an interest in county affairs to attend, and in duce their Democratic neighbors to do so. The insinuations which have already been made against the move that it is going to be managed and conducted by secession sympathizers, ke should nerve every Democrat to renewed exertions to bring out a good attendance, and give an evi dence of what we intend to do. In addition to nominating candidates for offic...

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. — 13 June 1861

i I . t. i ' i, s a J - - i n v. r Mil iu.'ijm.iai..'Mmw THE DEMOCRAT. Local asd Miscellaneous. JOHK McDONALD. :::::: Editor. The Commissioners appointed F. II. Hall Sur veyor, tiee J. S. Crampton, resigned. Mr. Cramp t m resigned on account of ill health. There is a slight change in the running time of, the evening trains on the PFWioRR, which will be given next week. Gambrill. of the "Exchange," always has the first of the season," in the way of vegetable?. Last Monday he had peas, cucumber., etc., direct from Chicago. We know this to be so, because we were there. Mr. J. L. Woodward has placed upon our table the nicest Strawberries we have Feen this season. One of the strawberries measured four inches in circumference, and a number of others measured three inches. Such specimens arc hard to beat in this "kedentry." Wilbur F. Story, formerly of the Detroit Free Vress, has purchased the Chicago Times establish ment. He took possession on the 8th inst. Mr Story is'one of the best jou...

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 June 1861

93 S f O O O . O O WOETH OF AT Sign of tlie Golden Boot, To Be Sold XO per ot. JLIoottg JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH. CUSTOMERS will find at mv store, cast side Vy Ladies, Gentlemen' nen's, Boys'; Misses, and Children's w car, togeiuer wun a uirgesiocK ox arr ctxn-t c d m will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, than any Dry Goods store, or any other establishment in Plymouth. tri will Warrant all my iVorJt.both Eastern and Ihme-Made and mend all that rips free of charge. 01 have a very large stock, and am bound to sell at prices to suit the hard times.0 A Large stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS always kept on hand. The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides. Plymouth, Indiana, April 25, 1861-13tf E . PAUL. Gin as a Remedial Agent THIS DELTCIOUS TONIC STIMULANT X? SPECIALLY designed for the use of the medical Profession and the Familv- having superceded the so-called "Gin?,'...

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 June 1861

VI O CRA 4 nn JL VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUESDAY, JUNE 20, 1861. NUMBER 21 WHOLE No. 73. PLYMOUT WEEKLY DE - C i v i j ' i, - i -r s ;1 i j i POETICAL. MAUD MÜLLER. BT J. C. WHITTIKR. Maud Muller, on a summer'.) clay, Raked the meadow, sweet with hay. Beneath her torn hat glowed the wealth Of simple beauty and rustic health. Singing, she wrought, and her merry glee The mook-bird eehoed from hid tree. But when she glanced attfie far-off town, Wh'te from its hill-slope looking down, The sweet song died, and a vague unrest And a nameless longing filled her breast A wish, that she hardly dared to own, For something better than she had known. The Judge rode slowly down the lane, Smoothing bis horse's chestnut mane. He drew his bridle in the shade Of the apple trees, to greet the maid, And ask a draft of the spring that (lowed Through the meadow, across tie road. She stooped where the cool spring bubbled up And filled for him the small tin cup; And blushed as she gave It,...

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 June 1861

THE DEMOCRAT. 1TBLISIIED WEEKLY BV & P. 3IcDOIVAM. T. PLATT ttcDON AID, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: riV ......... T . . rrv..- -1 o . -1 SEEM3 TROUBLED. The Republican seems very much troubled about our suggestion in favor of holding a Demo cratic county convention. Why this should cause it any more uneasiness at th's time than the same suggotlons would at nnj other time, we are at n loss to k iow. The Democrats have hell a county convent ion once every year since the county was oriranizid, anil those oppose 1 to them luv not heretofore thought strnnge of it, or called them traitors for so doing. If the editor of the Repub lican, or :iny o'her man," can show wherein the Democracy hnve been guilty of such a preat poiit unl ciiinc that they inn? the tlfcfranc'iised, or he -tR.;cI!ed to " Ijov :h meek submission to the great mohvjli of ahclitionism," we should be glad to have him do it. Democrats were fighting the battles of the Un ion, while the leaden of the Republican pa...

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. — 20 June 1861

L f .1 i t -: - f .t.f-t 4 4 i i 1 1 THE. DEMOCRAT Local a:d Miscellaneous. john McDonald. Editor. A Voiuxtekji," writing in Inst week's Repuhli- cnu, cntler the he:ul of "Showing Iiis Colors," dis- ; courses learnedly and lengthily in reference to a tn0 of jujrf ieng t,e e.'th birth day of our little srpiib wc wro'e in our piper of the SOth ult., National Independence, as citizen?, ns our com about the Union township Home Cuards." He moa colintry. Adopted. c.mstnies the article as ai "imputation ur insimia- i q jicrc,ipnn the following: commmittee were tion that our (their) boys are destitute of both ; apr0;,ltf.,i hj t,0 ci,r. Committee of five to pro sj.unk anl patriot. ?ni." When we wrote the ar- t..j.(, Speaker and Reader of tho day: tit le we were informed tint the compayn was Anns Johnson, Thos K Houghton, John G merely a Home Guard, polten up for the purpose 04,onit, G s Ckavdand and I Mattingly. of having some sport and to pass away time, 13 it Committee of Arrangements, co...

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 June 1861

WORTH OF AT Sign of the To IDo Sold XO por JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGN OF GOLDEN BOOT, ONE OF THE LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF BOOTS AND SHOES! EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH. CUJSTOMF.RS will fin.l at inv store, cast side of Mic-lilirnn street, every description and kind of Indies', Gentlemen's, Hoy'; Misses and Children's Weair, together with a large stock of 1TI will Fell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for LESS MONEY, than any Dry Goods store, or anv other establishment in Plymouth- . . . . tri will Wrtrron otf mj ork, both Eastrrn and Home-Made and mend all that rips rec of charge. !LI hive a very large stock, and am bound to sell at prices to suit tlio hard times-XE A Largo stock of LEATHER AND FINDINGS always kept o!iW The Highest Market Price in Cash Paid for Hides. Plymouth, Indiana, April 95, 1?G1 13tf E. PAUL. 1 a???TTr1V iiln as a Remedial Agent. THIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT ESPKC I A )i L V dr?ifrxiel for the use of the medical Profession and the Family havin" superceded the so-...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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