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

ii i mouT VOLUME 2 XEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1, 1861. NUMBER 2? WHOLE No. ?9. TD WEEKLY democrat; r t . ! I ! f THE DEMOCRAT. rCBUSHIO WEEKLY BT & P. McDOIVALD. T. PLATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: Thursday, August 1st, 1861. DEMO CItA TIC C 0 USTY TICKET. FOR RECORDER, II. P. HA NN A. O. TOR COJfUlBSIOKER, , SIMON SNYDER. for suryetor. J. M . KLIN OER. Having met with the most vexatious disappoint ment about getting paper, this week, we can issue bat a half sheet. We regret this more tha our leaders possibly can, but console ourselves with tha hope that wt may not be compelled, from a like came, to do it again. THE REPUBLICAN RESOLUTIONS. Tha Republican County Convention, lielJ on the SOth ult., adopted the follow ing series of preamble and resolutions:" Whimaj. On the 6tL inst. pursuant to a call for a Contention f the Democracy of Marshall County, a tiumber of persona assembled in Plym outh, and through the influence of pretended leader...

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 August 1861

7 5 j ..4 to -f . iff 1 - i . I .1 5 1 j i I h 1 ft , 4 V 1 f 4 it T7cI5iHiM' Column. OHIO GASH ALZ. RIGHT WITH A i ;;2J,000 Stand of Dry Goods. KVIkTBODT RUST TO THE OriIO CASH STOKE " .. tJ if -i - - - .... ' AND ES THE J 11729 or Cheap Goods! - And Oh! whit a falling off is there, my conn- jtratn ! Nothing h is occurred in Chri stendon inc tie flood, which compares in the leas wi.h thav' A;1anishing Reduction ! ! IN PRICES, " ' AT THS OHIO OASH STORE ! ! Uo.allye people! clap yoar hands! .Let the fllad tilings go .forth! Let it be spread abroad throughout the vast extent of this vast country ! Let t e farmer Jave his plow i.i the furrow, the xnecharic hii" tools on the work bench, the doctor it nostrums n the pill-las, the lawver his books o th . daily .ahelvei, the maiden the jam on tie sp'cning wheel, and one and all, far and near.okl and youns, gay and sad. rich and poor, -o short, let the entire copulation make 1 ONE GRAND RUSH .rOJt.THJC OHIO CASH STORE ! STORE I 1,010 Piece...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 August 1861

r . it i Vi 4 ' 1 . - ii? 'V n : 1 r'M ! J if'. 1 1 ( - u THE " 7 DEMO CR A T LoCAT. AND MISCELLANEOUS. JOHN MeDOHALD. Tditor. DEMOCRATIC. COVy TY TICKET. TOR RECORDER. O . II. P. H A NX A. F'"tt COMMtIoXFR, SIMON SNYDER, vor. rnvEY"R. J . M : KLINGE R. Owivo to the impnrtar.ee of tlt war r.ew we have not prepared much Local this week think ing our readers would be more iatercted in hear-1 ins from the seat of war, than in reading any locals we might manvfjc'ure- Wi hare delayed our issue a little in order to j get the litest dispatches, j urr. ,un. ........ v r - Presbtterhn Church at this place, ha been appoint- cd Chaplain of CoL Bi-nwn'i Regiment. Mr. P. is a tainted and ruing Mir istcr, and will donbtlcs become a preat favorite ia the Regiment, as he was with his charg-J here. Lieut. Csseljh and Serjeant M'Uingly of Capt. BVtley's Company, paid our town a 3hort isit a few days since. Their teeth being pood. thcT do not dread eating the grani' e buiscuits doled out to them a muc...

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 August 1861

From our Extra of Monday afternoon. MOTHER GREAT B1TTLP 2,500 SLAIN. Precipitate Retreat of the Federal Forces! Washington, July 22. The Soulh is novr gaining a great victo ry at Manassas Junction, awl will eventu ally repulse our trceps with great loss. federal troop? reire.uingto Washington x:iA rear well covered by a good column. Our loss 2500! 'Che fortifications around Washington strongly reinforced by fresh troops. M iny confused statements are prevalent l.ut enough i known to warrant the state ment that w& have suffered in a degree which ha c ist a gloom over the remnants of the army, and the deepest melancholy over Washington. We were ndvanc'ng and taking their mashed batteries gradually but surely by driving thb enemy toward Manassas, when they seemed to have received reinforce ments. Gen. Johnston tools commanJ, and com menced driving us back, when a panic among onr troops suddenly occurred aud a regular stampede took place. It is thought that Gen. McDowell un dertook ...

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. — 8 August 1861

V 1 Jt i VOLUME 2 SEW SEMES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1861. XUMHEU -J.S WHOLE Xo. 80. p YMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. - 4 I I POETICAL. THE OL.D COUPLE. It stands in a sunnj meadow, The house so mossy and brown, With its cumbrons old stone chimneys, And the gray root sloping down. The trees fold their green arms around it, The tree?, a century old ; And the winds go chanting through them, And the sunbeams drop their gold. The cowslips 'spring in the nnrshe, And the rose? blorun on the hill ; And beside the brook in the p:sture3 The herds go feeding at will. The children have gone and left them ; They eit in the fun alone ! And the old "wife's ears are failing, As she harks tawell known tone, That won her heart in her girlhood, That 1ms soothed her in many a care, Ai d praises her now for the brightness Her old face used to wear. She thTi.s again of her bridal How, dressed iu her rob. a of white. Sic stood by her gay young lover In the morning's rosy light. Oh, the-morning is...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 August 1861

,jWe democrat. -r . PCCLISIir.D WEEKLY BY T. fc P. McDONALD. PIATT MCDONALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: Tm iisD.w, Au(jist Sur, 1SG1. CANDIDATE FOR COMMISSIONER. Mr. Snvuf-r having declined the nomination for Commssiioner, for the reason that he did not con sider he had a FHilicicut Enplih ei u.-ation to dis- nurse tue auues oi me oince, tue iemocrauc Central Committee laet last Friday, and after a brief consultation nominated Hiram A. Rank, of l'ulk township, to till the vacancy. Mr. Hank pot senses all the requisite qualifica tions, together with a good share of experience, h.iving held trc ufiice several years to the satis faction of the people. Ho has the will and the judgment to do what is right. The interests of the county will not suffer by any act of his. The t'omm'tteo hoye and believe the nomination will he ratified, at lUc polls. cs- ".tveine from my friend" If the editors the Pcmocrat and Republican of Politicians know that the policy of governments this. place,...

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. — 8 August 1861

i 1 I 1 , i : I -, THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. JOHN McDONALD, :::::: Editor. DEMO CR A TIC C 0 UXTY TICKET. FOR IiKCRPER, II. 1. II A NN A. o FOK COMMISSIONER. II I tt A M A . R A N C K . TOK SCRVF.TOR. J . M . KLIN G E R. in ci de. A melancholy ca30 of suicide occur red near Arpos, in thi county, last Friday. Tlie victim was LrcKTM.w'.fo of Mr. Thum 4 Xew- ,.-.-t.- Tlin rlvciinNMrifl'?. .IS near .TS WC COllld ! ascertain tlicm. were as follows: In the morning sac Jone her work, as usual, and nothing was known by any member of the family, which arous ed suspicion that anything waj wrong with hor. The workmen tame in at noon nud the was mis sine:; search was made fir her, and she was finally .V.scovered by her little gir'. hanging in thes.noke fcouse, dead. She had fastened a rope to some ol th- upr.or pieces of timber, and made a noose on the erdof th rope, fastened it on her nock, and stepped otT a. tox, which undoubtedly caused al r,0?t instant death. The cuse which indi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 August 1861

THE CHEAT BATTLE at BULL'S BUN A Fall and GraphicJDesciiption. . ! ing the idea of storming ihe enemys bat- ISpcdal Correspondence of The Chicago Times. Ieriegf ordereJ ,is brigade to fall back. Washington, Jul 24. : Before this order had been given, the New : I have contented myself hitherto with York Twelllh Volunteers had broken and jiving you as many of the incidents of run. the. i; eat battle at Bull's Run, on Sunday j During this action, it was .observable last, as I could gather from reliable aa-itnat the Michigan regiments, both officers thority ; and with diligently collecting the , nd men, behaved with the greatest steadi frcts necessary to compose a complete and j nes and intrepidity. graphic picture of the whole aüair. The ! The other regiments rallied behind a latter, and mr own personal observations hill on ue brow of which Sherman's bat on the field, I now proceed to lay before ,eiT wns planted, and which continued to you. ' reply to the enemy's artillery. Gen. Ty It ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 August 1861

"7 JJL. - o VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1861. NUMBER 20 WHOLE No. SI. p LT MO WEEKLY 3 H J nn"R at ' 9 U .Si 4 . 4 2 it 3 1 it 1 POETICAL. ODE FOR THE IXACOCRVTIOM OF COM. FKRRT's STATTE. BV VM. ROSS WALLACE. The glorious Soul of Valor call'd ; And here in gratitude we throng. Responsive to her thrilling cry, With laurel-wreath an 1 triumph-song. Öur grateful hand his statue rear, "Who broke the pride of ho-tile powers, Then simply, but sublimely, said We've met the foe anl they ati ours!" Well may his countrymen exult: Still free the storied waters roil, On which he showed, when all seemed lost. How grand the true heroic soul ! His ship a wreck! another's sought! Lo ! sink at once the hostile powers! For Perry vow'd the news should be " We've met the foe and they are ours!' Roil, roll ye waves ! Eternal roll ! For vc are holy from his might : O Banner that his valor wreathe I, Forever ke-p thy victor-light ! And if upon this sacred lake Should eve.-...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 August 1861

TUE DEMOCRAT. rUBLISHED WEEKLY BV T. fe P. tfcDOIYAIiD. PLATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: n i r - i UII KÜAY, AUCiUST 13111, lOUl. ANOTHER FALSE STATEMENT. Vhe M. C. Republican gives a false account of h little mturbauce in Bourbon township, a few "veekdiince. Like the most of Matt'mgly' ful nvuations, nearly tho whole of his statement turns out to be false. He was compelled to falsify and tiagjrerate in order to create an opportunity to rpit his venom at the Democrats generally and Mr. Packard particularly. We thought it best to wait and pet a true version of the affair, and there fore said nothing about it. We have since conversed with "one who was there," and find the following to a fair statement of the case : An Abolition preacher named Wilson had an appointment to preach in the neighborhood, and among hi hearers were as many Democrats as Republicans. Instead of preaching, he delivered n abolition hriut.e. He said this was a holy unl lighteous war; that c were...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 August 1861

THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. JOHN McDONALD. :::::: Editor. DEMO CR A TIC C 0 US TV TICKET. FOR RECORDER. O. II. P. II A NN A. FOR COMMISSIONER. HIRAM A . R A N C K . - ' FOR SURVEYOR, J . M . KLINGE R. Stabdino Affray. Yesterday evening about 6 o'clock, a serious stabbing affray occurred on Michigan street, near Bck rs conrer. A difficulty arose between James Thompson, of West township, and Samuel Wclf. a young man of this town. They came together, (we do not know which was the attacking Pry.). when some olliers interfered, and during the melee wbicli ensued, Mr. Wolf was stab bed seriously if not fatally, in the abdo men: he also received a deep cut in the Jeft arm, below the elbow. If there are internal wound', which ia feared, his recovery will ba doubtful. He was at tended by Drs. Lemon and Horton; Dr. Meeker, of Laporte, was also called in. Thompson ia undr arrest. TnRorcji the cloud of war that now hangs over our country there occasionally flashes a stray bit of fun i...

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. — 15 August 1861

Inaugural Address of the Governor of Missouri. Some Iwo weeks ago the Hon. Hamilton K. Gamble, upon accepting the office of Provisional Governor of Missouri, spoke ;i3 follows, after referring to the reasons vfhy he accepted the trust, at a great per sonal sacrifice: Gentlemen of the Convention, what is it that we are now threataued with? We ap prehend that we may soon be in that con dition of anarchy, in which a man when he goei to bed with his family at night does not know whether he 6 hall ever rise again, or whether his house shall remain in tact until morning.' This is the kind of danger: not merely a war between differ ent divisions of the State, but a war be tween neighbors, so thnt when a man meets those with whom he was assuci.ited from chilchood, he begins to feel that they are enemies. We must avoid that. It is terrible. The scenes of the French revo lution miy be enacted iu every quarter of i our fet;ita if we do not succeed in avoid in' th;itkind of war. We Can do it if...

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. — 22 August 1861

3P1TM01JT DEMOCRAT. . . " 7 : . 3 , V VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜKSDAY, AUGUST 22, 1861. NUMBER 30 WHOLE Xo. 52 '- i r 7 ; X POETICAL. ( From the Warsaw Union.) NIL DE3PERANDUM. "Come unto me, all ye that are weary and heavy laden, and I will give you rest.'' Come worn and weary-hearted, And sit beside refreshing streams And beauteous bowers Where Jesus feeds his lambs. There pride, and pomp, and power, Shall lose their mighty sway; And 'm d the overreaching done Of Godi first glorious temple, His holy light shall beam. O, ye that "labor and are heavy laden," Come thou and rest beneath this olive branch, And talk with me the mystic story: That out of nothing brought this wonder-working world, Replete w ith mysteries that baffle all our thoughts; Yet firm they stand as rocks far out at sea, . And willtill time shall be no more. From mystery wc came: to mystery we go! Oh! Christ hadst thou not come And burt for us the prison bars, '' And set the captive free; Uut now, ...

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. — 22 August 1861

- m 1 THE DEMOCRAT." rCILISHEO WEEKLY BT T. Sc r. SlcDONALD. PIATT HcBOITALD, :::::::: Editor. ' PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: Thursd at, August 22nd, 1861. SPECIAL NOTICE. Wc want all the subscribers to the Democrat to pay all or a part of their subscription, by the 10th of September. We must have at least one hundred dollars by that time. It is now "after harvest," when people can pay if thev ever can ; wo have not asked for mon ey since we got the office, until now, and we hope such a response will be made to this call that it will not be necessary to ask ßoon again. Remember the 10th of September ! To eta Tow Subscribers. We shall cull, in person, on our Town subscribers, on Sat urday, August 31st., fur the pmpose of receiv ing all or a portion of their gubscription mon ey, and we hop every one will be prepared to give us some assistance. Remember Saturday, 31st ! The terms of the Democrat" arc "in ad vance," or short time. The "short time" having expired, we hope that all will comply with...

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. — 22 August 1861

PHE democrat Local and Miscellaneous. OHU ilcDOKALD, : .Editor. DEMO CR A TIC C O ÜXTX TICKET. FOR RECORDER. O. 11. P. HA NN A. FOR COMMISSIONER. II I 11 A M A . R A N C K . FOR SfRVETOR. J. M. KLINGKU. Speaking. s Last Saturday, Col. Milroy, of the "Bloody Ninth, spoke here. Quite a cumber from the country were in to see the gallant officer who fig ured so conspicuously in Western Viirginia. The volunteer company, together with the citizens gen erally, formed a procession and marched to the Seminary Grove. Col. Milroy is not au orator, but all who heard him were convinced that he wa in earnest in the cause he had espoused. He com plimented the boys of Iiis regiment some of whom were present on the gallantry and bravery displayed by them during the brief campaign they bad just passed through, and hoped those who In tended volunteering again would do so in his regi ment, as he was snxiou3 to have ii composed, as nearly as possible, of the old members. At the conclusion of his remarks...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 August 1861

BUSINESS DIRECTORY CORBIN &, OSBORN T r" Attorneys at Law, Office in Bank building, Ply month, Indiana REEVE &. CAPRON. Attorney and Notaries, Plymouth, Morshall Co., Ind., practice In Marshall and adjoining coun ties. RerERsto Rabcock k Co., Phelps, Dodpe & Co.,New York, Cool,y,Farwell & Co., Gould k. Uro., Chicago. Loudon k Co., Phila., Graff Honette & Co., Pittsburgh, Hon. A. L. Osborn, Circuit Judpe, Laport, tnd. " w porter! Attorney at Law, Notiry Public and Real Estate Aaent. Knox, Stark county, Ind. Collection of deb(-, payment of taxe 3, and all legal business !n.niptly attended to JOHN 's.. BENDED. Attorney at Law and Ktal Estate Agent, Knox, Knox. Ind. Collections, Tax paving and examination of Titles, promptly attended to. n3-ly DP. O. BAIRD, (Graduate of Jefferson Medical College,) resi dence and office nearShilt's Mill. Bremen, Ind. DR. T. A. BORTON, Physician and Surgeon.oflfice over Pcrshings ACo.'s Iru Store, in Dr. A. O. Borton'a Dental Rooms, Mi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 August 1861

PLY MOU WEEK Y DEM OCR A . 1J VOLUME 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 29, 1861. NUMBER :u- W HOL 10 No. SO. '4 t - ft POETICAL. THE RIVER GRAVE. BT URS. R. B. EDSON. On yon low bank with swajing willow fringes, Where fairy arches sweep with golden hinges, bleep a low headstone, lovingly concealed Ey flowers o'erblown half hidden, half revealed. The greensward backward to the river sloping Slowly and lingeringlv, as jf 'twere hopiug Oa the low mound to lay with reverence down, The sweetest blossoms of its summer crown. Ferhaps you wonder why all nature gave Such lcvingcare to this lone river-grave ; "Why there the earliest bird? their matins sing, And early violets and late aspers spring. 'Tis but a simple, yet a touching story, Of how one sweet midsummer's perfumed glory, "With its low hum and clinging sweets beguiled The careless footsteps of a happy child. With dancing eyes aii'l soft brown golden curls And sweet red lips, hilf shutting over pearls; One dimpled ha...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 August 1861

THEDEMOCRAT. rCBLISIIED WEEKLY BY T. A: P. iWcDOXALD. PLATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA; Tiiuksday, August 20th, 1861. J&tT SUPPOSE TOU GO TO WAR. rOU CAN NOT FIGHT ALWAYS, AND WHEN", A FT EU MUCH LOSS OX BOTH SIDES, AND NO CAIN ON EITHER, TOU CEASE FIGHTING, THE IDENTICAL QUES TIONS, AS TO TERMS OF INTERCOCR'E, ARE AGAIN UPON TOU." Lincoln" Inaugural "Itis now for them the American people to demonstrate to the world th.it those who can fairly rurry an rhction CAN ALSO SUITRESS A KEßELLION.' 'Lincoln's Message, July 4. " It is a struggle for maintaining in the rorlJ that form and substance of government whose LEADINR OBJECT is to elevate the condition or men, TO LIFT ARTIFICIAL WEIGHTS FROM ALL SHOULDERS, to clear the path of laudable pursuit, and to afford ALL an unfet tered start and a fair chance in the race of life, yielding to partial an I temporary departures from necessity. This is the LEADING OBJECT OF THE GOVERNMENT for whose existence wc contend."" Ibi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 29 August 1861

A 1 i . i i - 1 - t ; i j , 1 THE DEMOCRAT Lo cal a"nd Miscellaneous. JOHN McDONALD, :::::: Editor. DEMO CR A TIC C 0 USTV TICKET. FOR RECORDER, 0. II. P. H ANNA. FOR COMMISSIONER. HIRAM A . RANCK. for survetor, J . M . KLINGER. rights. Si.xck our last issue Tlymouth has "turned out" its usual number of fights, drunken brawls, etc. Those of our citizens possessed of pugilistic pro clivities have been exercising them frei ly, with out the fear of the Marshal before their eyes. An Irish row occurred on Saturday nght last, a little north of the old depot. It resulted in the usual number of black eyes, flat noses and broken teeth. Everything considered, they had a refresh ing season. An Irishman, name unknown, got badly bruised wp, la3t Tuesday, over in "old Kentucky an es tablishment kept by one Michel. His head pre sented an imposing appearance, beina; swelled to nearly twice it3 usual size. Xo farther particu lars. An altercation took place, Tuesday evening, on Michigan street, betwe...

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. — 29 August 1861

BUSINESS DIRECTORY CORBIIM &, OSBORN Attorneys nt Law, OZjco in Rank building, Flj mouth, Indiana. REEVE Sl CAPRON, Attorneys and Notaries, riyinouth, Morshall Co., nd., practice in Marshall and adjoining coun ties. RnrERsto Rabeock V: Co., Phelps, Dodjrc t Co., New York, Cool-y,FarwcII .fc Co., Could & Bro., Chicago, Loudon & Co., Phila., Grafl' Renette & Co'., Pittsburgh, Hon. A. L. Osborn, Circuit Judge, Laport, lud. Attornev nt Law, Notary Public and Real Es'ate Acent. Knox, Stark county, Ind. Collection uf debt, nayment of taxes, and all legal busine3 dromntlv attended to JOHN TS. BENDER, .Attorney at Law and Real Estate Agent, Knox, Knox. Ind. Collections, Tax payin?' and examination of Titles, promptly attended to. n3-ly Dpör baTrd7 " (Graduate of JeH'erson Medical College,) resi dence and ollice nearShilt's Mill.Ri-emen, Ir.d. DR. T. A. BORTON, Phvsician and Sureon.ofliceover Pershinga iCo.'s it..... ei,.... ; .. rt. a n n.-vr'j Ddntii Rooms. Michigan street,...

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