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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 23 January 1862

PLYMOUT WEEK DEMOCRAT. Y i HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN VOLIDIE 2 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY JANUARY 23, 1862. NUMBER 52 WHOLE No. 104. i i r INDIANA DEMÜTRATIC PLATFOHII. v here as, The Democratic party having, from the date of it: organization, been in favor of the maintenance of the Union und the preservation of the Constitution, and seeing iu the present condi tion of the country the deplorable effects of a departure from iis time honored and conservative principles, and the triumph of sectionalism; and tirnily believing that the Union und the Cocstitu tion can be preserved alone by the restoration of that p-irty to power, we invite all the Union men throughout the land to unite with us in sustaiiru: its organization and carrying out its principles. Therefore. Resulted, 1. Tlj.it we reaffirm and endorse the political principles that from time to time have been put forth by the National Conventions of the...

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 January 1862

VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 52. PIBLISHED WEEKLY BV T. & I. JScDOrVATjD. PIATT KcDOJTALD, :::::::: Editor. lL,YMOLTII, 1XDIAXA: Thursday, January 23rd,'1S(V2. democratic state ticket. rR s- 8ETRT ( F STATF, JAMES S. ATIIOX OF MARION. VIR l !'irH or STATE, JOSEPH R I STIXE, OK FOUNTAIN. TBKAsrRtn or tat ., MATTHEW L. BRETT. OF DAVIESS, r 'R ATTOp.XFT UCFBAT.t OSCAR B. UOKD, OF DECATUK. vpt re, instpittio, MILTON B. HOPKINS, OF CLINTON. A FEU' C'OESIIECTIOXS. ''The Dele-gates in the Democratic-Briijht-Disunion convention from this county were Jonathan Dudley. Hugh Donley, Henry Miller, Jossa Coleman, John I. Dunn, Dr. T. D. Lemon, Amos C. H-iJJ, and a man whose namo we have forgotten. The County Central Commit tee appointed eiht delegates two weeks ago to day, a portion of whom were Dou lasites. They filled to attend and theii places were tilled with self-constituted Breckinridge man. The whole delegation it will be oD3erved, are all Breckinridge men." The above, 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. — 23 January 1862

NUMBER r2 VOLUME 2. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DE3IOCRAT. Local ai Mi-cKANEors JOHN HcDONAID. : Editor. lie "Mill Live." A ft e it several weeks forbearance, Mat tingly lias pronounced" on us ! We had thought to eacap any notice at his hands, whether complimentary or otherwise, as rre would he an object of pity in either case, but we were not destined to escape the slime and .i!th with which Matiingly covers those who may chance to offend hisj.many wjl0 .cpeak voluntarily in praise of these Sirenenesa. The article which ha3 called down the ire of "poor old Jingle Box." as r. , .i.-.:.u- ,lia M,ttinnlv. a menu svniiuiiiiiieaii .uj .j , a menu t J ... was in relation to Bill ölnrley and his ten per csnt. operation xuuu:ii;y u.u uuk denyanythingW9Said.lt will readily bo seen that ho merely wanted a subject on m which to vent his spleen, lie says that if Bill were dealing in skunk hides we, .and some of our friends would have to take care of our pelts. That may be so. Ignatius; a...

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 January 1862

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 52 Army lxy Koll. The following stit?meni, taken fioni official source-', will how the xrmj p.ty roll. In the first column will Ik found the "nett salary per month an ! in the ccond the total sul try per month, whicU includes ration, servant hire, forage. Sic. CE.Nc.RAL OFFiCKR. Per month. Total. I ieutemnt r.enenl. . . . $ 271 $ :) ...... . . .'.i.... - - v- . tirv to LientiMiint Ge: end, e .eh SI 1H1 Maioron..r.-iI 22) 46:1 Senior Aid de-Camp to General -in-Chief SO JS7 Al-de-C imn, in a 1 iiti m to pay, etc. .of LioNi'Mint R iiM ii-rGen-M il 121 323 Aid-do-C inn. in addition to pay, etc.. o" Li-'titcni-it 23 10 aouTwr c;kt:ii-s depihtmsnt. Aliunnr G-vr d Colon! lit) 215 A-iin? A-'jufant (eneril Lieut. QU 1-7 17 1?7 21G 137 .-Wi-tint A !; tt itit General Iil- Cant. TO J.ilg? AIvwaV Mi- r l-r"f-r.H CEF.SI.:4 OKPAUTMF.N'T. 1 t. t,. r; . ,. ,-i c.Ijnvl 110 si.-.v i. iiftiitment ran 'i r nor S3 T"RTKRM STKRS lEPUTMENT. Qi . tena ir-ter General Hrii...

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 January 1862

i -.: . PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W ED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." 1 VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. HDim DEMOCRATIC PLATFORM. Where., The Democratic party having, from thedite of its organization, been "in favor of the mi'iifi't'ncc of the Union und the preservation of ihe Constitution, and seeing iu the present condi tion of the country the deplorable effects of a de4rtarC fronl i8 time honored and conservative prinfip'e. and the triumph of sectionalism ; and iirnilj believing that the Union and the Con-stitu ion can he preserved alone by the restoration of th.it party to power we invite all the Union men tliroii-h.ont the land to unite with us in sustiinin j- oran'Z.ition and carrying out its principles. TVrvfore. Rrrnlrcd, 1. Tlut we reaffirm and endorse the political principles that from time to time hat. Ven put frh ly the National Conventions of j the Uemocraiic p any. '2 That we are rnterahly attached to the Constitution, by ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 30 January 1862

L!'J llf am I I 'WAfKOSKMUiXJFvllUUi2iZ THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 1. VOLUME 3. t THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. riTBUSIIED WEKKI.V BV T. fc P. JlcDOXAM). PIATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. 11 Y 3 J O ITT 5 1 , B 2 3 A X A : TlIUKSOAY. JXNUAKY oOril, 1S(2. DEMOCRATIC GTAT2 TICKET. r n it r in r statt, JAMES S. ATHON, Ol MAUIOX. JOSEPH U I STINK, roa Tr.rsi urn .:r stts, MATTH 1-:V L. BRETT, OK DAVIESS. "n ATT ': t T r.FXFr, OSCAli I). IIOUD. OF PECATUH. MILTON 13. HOPKINS. OV CLINTON. The j AV; 'ulllcau. ot last week, after quo ting an i.em from the Democrat commend atory of the speech of Senator Trumbull on tha habeas corpus question, says there are "times in tha history of ever- gov ernment when the public exigencies seem to demand that it.- rulers shall exercise powers of doubtful legality for the public good." Under thi3 plea our 'rulei may commit the most flagrant violations of individual and constitutional rights, and no man, unless ided by an overpow ering military force, can...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 30 January 1862

NUMBER 1, THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCKAT. VOLUME o Army Eay ISolI. The following statement, taken from official sources, will show the army nay roll. In the first eo'nmn will he found the nett salary per month anlinthe second the toial salary per month, willed includes ration, servant hire, forage, kc. GENLRAI. OFFICER. Per month. Total. I icuten-int General S 2'U Aid-de-C imp an.l :iilitary Secre tary to Meuten uit (1e.i ceil, each 1 l!o Major Oenen! 22 J 4G.) Senior Ail de-Camp t General -in- Chief 60 87 A:,J-de-C imp, in Mition to pay, ttc. .of Lieutenant - B' ig i iier ( I emr il 121 Aid-de-Cim. in allition to pay, etc.. of Lieutenant 20 .U.JITWT GET.ttlL3 DEPARTMENT. AdjuMnt General Colon! HO 3:23 10 233 21 1 1ST 17 Assistant Adjutant General Lieut Colom-l Assi-tant Adpitmt General Mij. " Capt. Judge Advocate Major 70 89 197 137 323 INSPECTOR r.KKml.S department. lisres;tir General Colonel.... HO SIGNAL. IEP.IRTMENT. Sigiul or; r Major til' A til' ER MASTER. IiEPAUTSI F.NT. (ju i...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 30 January 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. XUMBEIi 1. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. JOHN McBONALD. :::::: Editor. XflT Jingle. J II. M. IIiggins, 1 1 7 Randolph Street, I Chicago, hss sent us a catalogue of mu-1 i t.r .: i . f 1 ai.ia r-lh!lfatlrna anil tmr null? itinia i( . fp. . , . 1 ! JI1U9IU. x tiu iiiouiiiiiriiun ncv;c, tMlkUICU the Chicago Skating Polka by Franz Staah, we have not yet looked over, but ? iwe not yeu looked over, null :. -Littio wm; we find to be ! ....... . j tv. AnviIiiiiL' in tue ine of tnu. H . m the song verv nrettv - - ' -T . i? . . . . .1 i: . i Steal i:is;ru:nen.s oi puwiir.-.ins ran ni u y, , onr 1V , lers will miss something if th-y furnished as cheap a: IIicgins' as at any f-,:l ?, p' '':.-e it. The Merc.ry is not only t e publishing h. u?e in tho east. j largest and cheapest library pu;.rr in the woil l, j hut t-t reat serial Romances, MoraTales, ex XeiV 51:?. Upiis'tc I.-t l r miö iut..! Vieo!Iany an? the best Dr. T. A. Lkmov. r.t hU Stnr. kf...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 February 1862

PLYMOUT WEEKLY n "HERE LEI THE PRESS THE PEOPLED RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA WED BT I NFL0E N CD AND ÜNBOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1862. NUMBER 2 WHOLE No. 100. BEMOCRA if INDIl.W DEMOIRITIC PLATFORM. Heek as. The Democratic party having, from the Ute of its organization, been "in favor of the maintenance of the Union und the preservation of institution, and seeing iu the present cor.di fthe country the deplorable eflVcts of a e from its time honored and conservative .9, and the triumph of -ectionalistn ; and believing that the Union and the Constitu tn be preserved alone by the restoration of trty to power, we invite all the Union men hout the land to unite with us in sustainin organization and carrying out its principles. irffore. Rtsolrrd, 1. That we reaffirm and endorse the Twlitlfnl nrincinh'S that from tlmp tn l!mn 1i- vo rcn put forth by the National Conventions of the Democratic party. 2 That we are unalterably attached to the ICons...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 February 1862

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMRKR o. VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. FC BUSH ET WF.EKLY BY PLATT Ki-TjOff AID, : J :::::: Editor Tistksday, Fep.rfary Ctit, 1S(V2. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. r ti ri-"FTr.Y f r rtatf, J AM KS S. AT HON, Or M.VUION. VT VI'iTi'B Or STA TT. JOSEPH RISTIXE, O? FOUNTAIN. v"r T::'Arnf! i' M-crr, MATTHEW L. BRETT, OF DAY! ES. V V. TTOI-.NT V (,F.T1!.U., OSCAR 15. IIORD, Ol' DECATUK. srrT rri:. in rrrn. MILTOX II. 1IOPKIXS, OK CLINTON'. Just as vre wore going to press, wo re ceived the Chicago p.ip.TS, containing tlispitchos stating that Jesso D. Bright vris yes'orJiv cxplleJ from tho U. S. Senate by a two thirls vote. A7i.OT25r.3I HI':? 25 IT. The irrit S juthem expiJition, under Gen. Jim Line nb v.it which the abolition T)res3 hns been blowing so incessantly, long ami loa 1, for the past few weeks, turns out to be nn unnikigrUetl hoax, (ev rry patriot hoped it wov.1! ) so fir a3 Lanp is concerns 1. CSen. Hunter, commander of the Djpirt'nent from which the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 February 1862

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBElt 2. TUR DEMOCRAT. Special Notices. glanUrarr. llarflirarf. Clothing, &t. ?ni öJoodjs. HTantl SfiCnc. YOLUIME 3. LoCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. ,r Tkrtr TTk -r.-.- I the lMh to the 2JJ of February, lt-GS. JOHN McDONALD. :::::: Editor. I , ,, , ', . I Persons lud better call early, as the Dr a room - - . is very much crowded generally about noon. We publish on our first pae an able! He treat all fornix of Chronic diseases andcipe articla from a Plymouth correspondent of ', ci;l11 Cancers in the uccossf.il treatment of which M . rp- T r he i.s scarcely excelled by any Phvsicicn in the the Chicago limes. It refers to sorm i . , , J , J ' . , , . . , . .west liecu.es them or charges nothing for hu hcis relative to the I resident action servicts The Doctor has given universaUatis th.lt should be heeded by every Voter. .action to his patient, and has cured pome very - " ; bad cacs here. "Tl!0 riSfOIl K0t." The Dr. is a regular graduate of one of We th 8 w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 6 February 1862

NUMBER 2. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 3. Army Pay Roll. The following statement, taken from official source:, tvill show the army pay roll. In the first column nil! bo found the nett saUiy per nionth and in the second the total H ilary per month, erhielt included rations, servant hire, forage, kc. OENL.t.VI. OFFICERS. Tor month. Total. Lieutenant General $270 $ 770 Aiils-ile-C imp an 1 .Vilitary Secre tary to Lieutenant (Je:-. oral, each PO IUI Major (Ici.Til 23) 4G'J Snior Aid-de-C imp to General -in- Chief . PO 187 AM'de-C.tmp, in addition to pay, etc.. of Lieutenant 24 3'2 headier General 124 323 Aid-de-Camp. in addition to par, etc., of Lieutenant. 20 10 ADJUTANT r.y.Sy.Kxfs DF.PARTMKNT. Adjr.tint Oener.il Colonel..... 110 1235 Asvstant Adjutant Generil Lieut. Colom.! 9' 211 Assistant Adjutant General Mij. 80 1H7 Capt. 70 1ST Judge AdvoeaV Major SO 137 IN-PKCTOR fiEERAL's DEPARTMENT. Inspector General Colonel.... 110 SIONU. DEPARTMENT. 23Gi Signal offiir. r .Major. . SO...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 February 1862

DEMOCRAT HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME ;, NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1802. DUMBER 3 WHOLE No. IGT. PLYMOTJ WEEKLY --1 "4 3 IM)IM 1)K WRATH' PLATFORM. Wiierius, The Democratic party having, from the date of its organization, been in favor of the i rnaintenancc of the Un'on unl the preservation of hc Constitution, and peeing iu the present condi lion of the country the leploraMe effects of a lrpaxture. from iis time honored ami eon.-ervatire principles, and the triumph of sectionalism; and Virmly believing that the Union ami the Corstitu lion can be preserved alone by the restoration of that prty to power, we invite all the Union men throughout the land to unite with us in suHtainins it organization and canning out its principles. Therefore. Remlrtd, 1 . That wc reaflinn and endorse the 'political principles that from time to time have been put forth by the National Conventions of the Democr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 February 1862

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMO CHAT. XU.MIIEIi o o. VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH DEJIOfMT. rUBI.ISHKl wr.FKf.V BV T. fc I JlcDOAALIK PLATT McPONALD, Editor, n.Y.noiTII, IXDI.VXA: TlItTDAY, FmUUTAUY loTU, 1S(V2. I - - DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ? prCKITVRt r STATf, James s. athox, OF MARION. ra ri'iTa or ta tr, JOSEPH KISTINK. OF FOUNTAIN. TO TBRAXCRER Or TAT. MATTHEW L. BRETT. OF DAVIESS. ATTORSIT oKIKBAt., OSCAR B. HOKD, OF DEC AT UK. nwr't rrr. iMn-rrrcn, M1LTOX B. HOPKINS, OF CLINTON. xnw?iAii-:it tax. The Committee of Ways and Means will shortly, if they have not alreat' done o, report a revenue bill ir Congre . , one feature of which is a tax on newet pers, of probably ono-half cent on each copy printed, the immediite and desind effect of which will be to suppress at least one third of the country press, lhe injustice and oppressiveness ot such a measure is o transparent, that its warmest advocates cannot defend it from the charge of op pression. The scheme is seconded by the metropolitan daili...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 February 1862

NUMBER VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. '. t : i . ' 'M '.1 THE DEMOCRAT Local and Misckllaneoi':. - - -- " """"" " JOHN MCDONALD. Editor - - - , v. ; For th past two or three vvaoki, haa bson unusually goo.I, and all who wero adopt nn th art, and soma vho were not, havo put in the most of their sptra time in the enpyment of this favorite amusement. The ladias who are learning to skate, ars progressing rapidly, to the great joy of rperiecu'.eu young men wo wc. ... . . ed to take them in tow until thy learned i ... . i 'T. rontoBi?. to aroid tripping their light tantastic . toe-s. i . I I lalcntliif. f The worshippers at the shrine ot &t. Valentin witt be overjoyed to learn that j J J LeMOX has received a Superb Assortment j r.Lntln. Minie and sentimental. I t vj - f Those wish anything of th kind, cannot j .f . V fl..n f st11 -in tbrt Dnntor and procure 'some. Peterson, For March, has arrived, laden with its : usual amount of cvd things The en- j rarin- ' Two Liltlo Monke...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 13 February 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 3. Army Pay llrttL Tte following statement, taken from official sources, will show the army pay roll. In the first column will be found the "nett ;i1'Aty per month and in the second tlie t0t.1l salary per month, which includes rations, servant hire, foragCi&c. rERR.iL offic'rits. Tor month. Total. Lieutenant renora1 270 $ 770 Aid-de-Camp and tilitary Secre tary to Lieutenant Oer.cral, each ) 19 i Major Genera! 220 4 Senior AM tic-Camp to CJeneral -in-Chief 60 JS7 Ald-de-Camp, in addition to pay, etc., of Lieutenant 21 3'2 Btigadier (ieneral 12-4 32.1 Aii-de-Camp, in addition to pay, etc., of Li.mtenant 20 10 ADJUTANT GENER Wa CETARTM KMT. Adjutant (ieneral Colonel 110 2.13 Assistant Adjutant Jcnenl Lieut. Colonel 9. Assistant Adjut ant General Maj. SO " Capt. 70 Judge Advocate Major P0 INsrECTOR CENERAL's DETARTMENT. Inspector (icncral Colonel. ... 110 SXfiNAL IF.PARTMEST. Signal olfi" r Major 50 r.rii.RM ASTER OErARTMENT. 211 187 1...

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. — 20 February 1862

MO "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D B V INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜBSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1862. NUMBER i WHOLE Xo. ICS. PLY fthp WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. P- 7 ; I i l.NDMYl DEMOCRATH- PLATFORM. Wiikreas, The Democratic jvirty having, from the l it j of its organization, been in favor of the maintenance of tlie Union mid the preservation of ihe Constitution, and seeing iu tl ij present condi tion of the country the deplorable effects of a leparture from itB time honored and conservative principles, and the triumph of sectionalism ; and Vrinlj believing that the Union and the Coustitu tioii can be preserved alone by the restoration of that prty to power, we invite all the Union men throughout the Und to unite with iw in sustaining its organization and currying out its principles. Therefore, Rrsohftl, 1. Tlut we reaffirm and endorse the political principles that from time to time have Wen put forth by the National Convent...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 February 1862

VOLUME 3. T II E PLY M OÜTH WEEKLY D E M O G R A T '. NUMBER 4. TOE PM'JIOIiTH "DEMOCMT. PCULIilED WEEKLY BY T. Sc 1. HcSJOXAM). PLATT McDONALD, :::::::: Editor. Tnrrc?DAY, FrnxnAttY 20nr, isr2. DEMOCRATIC STATU TICKET. F')B srrUTARY tT STAT, JAMES S. ATIION, OF MAMON. EpOB M'WTOK Ol STATIC, JOSEPH RISTIXE, OF FOUNTAIN. ro Tr ?rarg or stats, MATTHEW L. BRETT. 01 DAVIESS. roR ATirtr.N'tr c.t.sktiai., OSCAR B. HORD, OF PECATUR. nvr'T rup. ikstbvct -. MILTON B. HOPKINS, OF CLINTON. . . Knowing iliat the news of tlu? lata hnt tl will be of more interest to our readers than anything we coulJ write, wo give full details, to the exclusion of all other matter. A number of editorial articles are consequently deferred until next week. i i m FIFTEEN THOUSAND PRISONERS! m.TSE'SE QUANTITIES OF COMMISSARY STOttES' . C.A.PTIJKED! .. Federal Loss 400 Killed, ; 800 Wounded. Special to The Chicago Times. : .Fort Doxj-Lio, Feb: 16,) Via Cairo, Feb. 17. J Fort Donelson surrendered at daylight this (Sun...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 February 1862

VOLUME o o. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. XUMI5EKJ 4. THE DEMOCRAT. Local ani Miscellaneous." JOHN ITcDONALD. Editor C'liirkN Knickerbocker." I lie iollowin- letter Unmans L lu, : formerly editor cf the "Knickerbocker Mag-j xlw." to Gron D. rwxTtcE, is rbnrtnijfic of, v, .u.j,., .-v...,. v., ........ has heretofore been considered dark. In Octo-! DeroroTemoc-r.mo-iviHCKcrucr ie.. '" its high estate as a Literary magazine, and per-j snttediU pagjs tobe prostituted to the advocacy , of the vilest political hciesies. It was thought; ttwnge. by t ose who knew him. that Mr. Clark , would consent to such a conduct of his magazine ; ! . t- - I-' I I r Wecordiallv wi--h "Clark!! Knickerbocker" that ... . .i . i ii ... EUCCCSS WHICH, luiut r mv iuuuvi vi na yiv luiwij it will so justly uaerit. He says: "When, in May. 133 1, I took charge of the Knickerbocker as sole editor and joint prop-ie-tor, I promised that thenceforth all politics, all religious discussions, or polemical differences of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 20 February 1862

NUMBER 4. VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. o o. Army Pay Roll. The following statement, taken from official source?, will show the army pay roll. In the first column w ill be found the nett salary per month and in the second the total salary per month, which includes ration, servant hire, forage, &C. GENERAL OmCKR3. Per month. Total. Lieutenant General $270 $ 770 Aids-de-Camp and Military Secre tary to Lieutenant General, each BO 101 Major (i eneral 240 4Q'J Sioior AM -de-Camp to General-in-Chief 80 J 87 Ald-de-Camp, in addition to pay, etc., of Lieutenant 21 Ri i gadier General - . ..121 Aid-de-Camp, in addition to pay, etc., of Llentenant 20 ADJtTANT GEKRALS DEPARTMKVT. Adjutant General Colonel 110 Assistant Adjutant General Lieut. 32 323 10 235 211 187 187 187 Colonel J- Assistant Adjutant General Maj. Capt Judge Advocate Major 80 70 80 INsrECTOR general's department. Inspector General Colonel.... HO SIGNAL DEPARTMENT. Signal officer Major 80 tK.'ARTERM ASTER DEPARTMENT. ...

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