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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 July 1862

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. I HERE LET THE PRESS TIIE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS &INTAIH; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME a NEW SJJIIIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIRA, THURSDAY, JULY 31, 1862NUMBER 27 WHOLE No. 131. Justness SUrccton?. It. JLZ. Tim Tsill. AV. & C. It. IS. Time Tabic. SPRING AND SUMM CR ARRANGEMENT. F.TWLTVKZ OF TB.UNS FROM PLYMOUTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Par Express and Mail, 10:35 A.M. NigHt Express, 11:10 P. M. Fast Stock, 5:40 P. M. Liv? Stock ami Ex. Freisrht 11:50 P. M. Local Freight, 12:30 P. M. WE3TWATtn HOUND TRAIN'S. Day Expreß ami Mail, 5:15 P.M. Nigh: Exrress, 5:15 A.M. Local Freipht -1:05 A.M. Fait Freight, 3:35 P. M. S. R. EDWARDS, Agent. C. I. fe C. K. R. Time Table. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. EASTWARD. Leave La Porte, daily? (Suud.tyi Excepted, ) 7:00 A.M. Arrive at Plymouth,. ..8:55 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave Plymouth 5:10 P. M. Arrive at La IVrtc, 7:30 P. M. Trains run by La Torte tim, which is kept at K. Vail Jewelrv etnre, and id 15 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 July 1862

VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH WEEK Y DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 27. THE PLF0ÜT1I DEM0CR.iT. . a. ruD weekly BT n w. vivrii iitTiir.i TT J. G. OSBOSNE, ::::::::::: Editor, ' PLYMOUTH, IXniAXA: Thursday, July 31st, 1862. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARXOV. roa tiTtii or tati, JOSEPH RISTINE. Or FOCNTAlJ?. ton rattstaxaor täte. MATTHEW L. BRETT, or IMVIESS. r ATTOIU:T OCMBlT., OSCAP. B. HORD, or dec Ten. I T T TTB. INSTarCTIOJ, SAMUEL L. RUGG. or ALLEN. Democratic County Convention. The Droo?rati of .larshall County will hold a Convention at the Court Hcnse in ' Plymouth on Saturday, Ausübt 9tü, ISG2, to nominate candidates for tho county office to be filled at the election in October. The Committee have thought best to take the last ijuhernHlorial vote as a basis, allowing ona delegate for every ten votes cast, and one for each fraction over ten. This will give the townships delegates as follows: West, jo Poik y, 9 North 17 0i nun 15 Bourbon 17 Tippecanoe 7 Walnut 3 Green 10 Union 13 Cene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 July 1862

VOLUME THE PLYMOUTH WE3KLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 27. J II ill Iiif vO Lv aIl J Local and Miscellaneous. D.E. VANVALKENBTJRGH. : : Editor; DEMOCRATS OF GREEK TOWNSHIP You are rcqueste i to rat ct n convention at the . .. c.f?i th o.l dav of N ewiiousi school house, on Saturday the -i day of Aut.btostlectuciepaieaioaueuucuu - tj. convention, on the 9th of August. Ut n.nr er fnyiiiTTK. . - UNION TOWfcHIr V &N 1 iU. The Democrats of Union Township are request-j to meet at Shirlf.ts school house on the 2d d;iy of; August 18C2, for the rurpose of selecting de legates to attend th County Convention August 9th. Mant Democrats. WEST TOWNSHIP.Th. Democrats of Wet Township are request ed to meet at the Thompson school house on Sat wuay,the2d day of August 1662, for the purpose J of selecting delciatesto attend the County Con mention on the 9ih of August. Mant Democrats. DEMOCRATS OF WALNUT TOWNSHIP. You arercq ested to meet at Center school ; house on Saturday Angut 2d, to select delega...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 31 July 1862

.VOLUME. 3. TU E PLYMO TJ T H W EEKLY DEMOCRA T. NUMBEk -7. Tnij5papcr$. Daily and Weekly rvnnvi X86X-Q. "Here let the press the peop'e'd rights maintain, Vnawctl by influence an J unbought by gain." TIic Pail and Weekly State Sentinel are the ccognized organs of the Democracy of Indiana. Aa it has in the past, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the tappine?, the prosperity and the freedom of the people f rom all tn'.it and unnecessary restraint?. "While chcerffli!t ?tistaining the Government as loyal citizens should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all encroachments pon popular rights and the true principles of constitutional lihertv. The freedom of ppeech and the freedom of the pros? are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When fliege are struck dow n, no matter what may be the apology therefor, from that day dates the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union, establ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 August 1862

1 PLYMOUT WEEKLY DEMOCRA "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." UK J VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. gü$nt& girt rtort. Ji. K. Time Tttllo. 1, Ft. W. & C. U. K. Time Tabic. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. EF RTCR!; OF TRAINS FROM PLYMOUTH STATION. EA9TWARD BOUND TRAIN'S. Dav F.xpress ami Mail 10:35 A. M. Nicht Express, H:0 Fast Stock 5:40 P. M. Live Stock and Ex. Freight 11:50 P. M. Local Freight, 12:30 P.M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day Express and Mail 5:15 P- M Night Express, Local Freight, 1 m 1'aat Freight A"A . Vm S.R. EDWARDS, Agent C. P. Sc C. IX. K. Time Tabic. summeratTranc. ement. EASTWARD. L-ave La Porte, daily) 7;0q A. jr. (Smdavs Excepted,)) Arrire at Plymouth, 8:5a A. M. WERTWARD. Leave Plvmouth 540 P. M. Arrive at La Porte ":30 P. M. Trains run by La Porte time, which is kept at K. Vail? Jewelry store, and is 15 minutes slower than P., Ft. V. & C. R. R. time. II. R. DRU LINER, Supt. Attorneys....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 August 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 28. v'ii OPMfR IT LISI l Ii! I ,i 1 P?dlI3HKD WEEKLY BY J. G. OSBOUHE, ::::::::::: Editor. iL,T3IOLTIl, IXDIAXA: TiirRSDAY, August 7th, 1862. DEMOCRATIC STATU TICKET. rot itcttTAtT cr itatk, JAMES. S. ATHON, OF MARIOX. roil cito or sttz, JOSEPH RISTINE, OP FOUNTAIN. ro TKinciii or tat, MATTHEW L. BRETT, O? DAVIE83. TO. A1T0B!' I oincial, OSCAR B. HORD, or DECATUR. tX-T'T MB. IMTRUCTIOB, SAMUEL L. RUGO. OF ALLSH. Democratic County Convention. The Democrats of darshall County will ld a Convention at the Court House in lymouth on Saturday, August 9th, 1802, i nominate candidates for the county offito bs filled at the election in October, in Committed hare thought best to take f last (gubernatorial vote as a basis, allowing one delegate for every ten votes cast, and one for each fraction over ten. This will give the townships delegates as follows: V 10 Polk 9 N..rih 17 Gi-rrrin ...15 Bourbon 17 Tippecanoe.. 7 Walnut 8 Green 10 Uni n. 13 Cene...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 August 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 28. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E. VATT7ALKENBTIR0H. Edit(ff J. F. Vanvalkenbcro has a word of advice and warning in this Usue. CarT. Win. Kendall went into Camp with his Company last Monday. lie hid about 80 mn. His officers are J. H. Boeber, 1st Lieutenant; Rott. Starloy, 2i Lieut., and James Beeber Orderly. M. H. TiasiTS is now "rapidly filling up his Company He has a fine set of men, about seventh fire innnmber, and will leave for camp soon. Yesterday the Company elected 1st Lieutenant Samal Wolfe. LtMOH ketps all the Daily papers, and weekly patera sad monthly mainlines and dime novels and twentr-five cent novels and finely bound books, hat nrr worth retdin-j, or that anybody keepi, or wants to buy. We ae informed that the report is in circulation that John H. Goddard cheered for Jeflf DaTls in this place n Saturday. Thia report is rnon a!n Was and false. Mr God lard is not that kind of a man wis not in town last Satu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 7 August 1862

VOLUME o THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 28. Daily and Weukly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. 1381-2. "Here let the press the peopVi rights maintain, l.'nawed ty influence and unbought by gain." V A C A?l ll.. i he Vau j ami w eemy ciate ocnunei are vue , ecognized organs of the Democracy of Ind ana. Aa it has in the past, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the l?.ppines3, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnecessary restraint. While cheerful! v sustaining the Government as loyal citizeas should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all encroachments upon popular rights and the true principles of constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of the preis are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When these are struck down, no matter what may be the r,o!n"v therefor, from that day dates the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perfect union, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 August 1862

J rn LJ JL J l ! "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAI NT AT; UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BT GAIN." VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 14, 1862. NUMBER 29 WHOLE No. 133 PLYMOU DEMOCRA V V V H 1 J H 1 H r, .5 ! .i i uamcsci IHrccton?. It. IT. Time Tiiblen. I., Ft. TV. A: C. IX. IX. Time Tabic. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. tPtRTURS OF TRAINS FROM PLTMOUTII STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAIN'S. Day Express and Mail 10:35 A.M. Nizht Kxiu-es, 11:10 P. M. Fast Stock, 5:1D P. M. Live Stock and Ex. Freight 11:5 ) V. M. Lo-.al Freight 12:30 P.M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Diy Express and Mail, 5:15 P.M. Nuht Ex res -:15 A. M. Local Fre:ght, .4:05 A. M. Fait Frei 'St, 3:3. P. M. S.R. EDWAltDS, Agent. C. P. & C. II. II. Time Tabic. SUMMER-ÄRKAKG EMENT. EASTWARD. Iave La Torte, dail ) (auud-iji Excepted,)) Arrire at Plviuouth, WESTWARD Leave Plymouth Arrive at La Pone ..7:00 A.M. . .8:55 A. M. ...5:43 P..M. ...7:;;o p. m. Trains run by L i Porte ti:n?, whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 August 1862

1 I i r tr . -.vo;-.'.'. -v wir; - jz.--:cm Til TT "T 1 17 II äK TT m -r i r r" - y -w-v -i r s. -w rn J ii Ii 1 .Ii X III UIJ i Jl Vi IV Ji I Ii IL itl J i; M A 1 . XOIBEU 20. I TmI IM; H Ii I TH firiHUJlST lij i .is.t. in nii.iiiHii.l 1 i i.i .-!;: u tin; i. .. 9 . n-,, - OaB0A Editor. r--rr - - -.-,: - Tiirn-!).v, Ai-4;rsr Mtli, !S(r2. Dn:.:ocrvATic state ticiiht. i - . r.ni:l f F MATT, .JA MKS S. AT II OX, of MM; I N. rTI M'l ITn '! :TT-? JOSEl'lI IlISTINE, OS FOUNTAIN. MATTHEW L. 1JUETT, r n rr j:n; ' '-.m;:. i, OSCAII 15. IIOIU), Of DKCATrii. kSAMUEJi L. HUGO, Or ALLEN. DAVID TTKri!:, of White County. K'tf AI MTO!:, ALKXAXDKIL C. 'iIIOMTSOX. DAMEE (. 'IMVEV. ::::r.iir. llEN'liV II. EUG AX. -. 1 "S ."-' i ' ' "T : " ! Thvj E-.'pubiioau proL-s cl this State, nul with jut exception, aie. r.-i wo pre- j dieted last v,v k, howling luitily over lhj Mass ( '.liventi jii hold at li.diaiiapolis on the iVJlh of July. The epithets of Traitor, Treason, -Sccesh, rebel sympathy, tc, ae free...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 August 1862

ii,. v 'mlj nw-rT-gpaosKo: my .-via.1 j:-- -i-gg- THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. i . -J I t i :1 T r D.E. YAK VALTvE :T2 u 2.G Ii. : : i-clitor ; Wheat is t .'.. worth from to ccnt.-i i'i this :u i!a( t. Cin ir Co:it is in s"-ssion this v eck, Eon. A. L. ( sro:.v. T-rc-idim.-. M. If. I.'tt: ft ruled Eat Tue-u'.iy ni-bt, .pur- . r'i.i-f a FiM yt.-i Wii:'-r s-tc-k of gi.ods. Eveiv-i . ... .... . i . dv a v; v, L:ie.r L.u'i ."Lore know W ! ?.t to ' t !!' r t?:,:,.'S. ; : 'A.r!.; :t I).-k'i.-5 c ni( r h ?.ully in . 'Hüll' '-ltV I '.t:i:i.i- iii ty ft'.'j) j t!:f. it :;n I l"ve the !..,.ir ! without a t Riorum. nn 1 K.:;.:.i:!r4 c;v.:- are fall nn;! in ! ! ! at. iui !' .. J I ; ..T.. tT,ri. t r 1 1 1 u..!. ur ;:. ... ....... ....... - 'jtr-,. .:'-- b-j ..' i t-iTiiitfd ;n till? Co-mrr ,and that ; il,,.r.. Rrf, r. yjr n...;.jv rMirIi iu: in caiap at S..i:th J ' '' '' r 1 ; ' !' ' ; !: " : jn.tl,. n.'5;ot book and contents to the Dem-vrat ... M 7, i - i.-.(!(.:ii.-.:it rivnu.'Uli. JOHN WAhK...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 14 August 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 29. Daily and Weekly imm STATE SENTINEL. 1861-2. " Here let the press the peopV lights maintain, Unawed by influence and unbought by gain." The Daily and Weekly State Sentinel are the ecognizod organs of ihe Democracy of Indiana. Aa it has in the past. :he Sentinel trill Continus to advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the rappiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnecessary restraints. While cheerfully sustaining the Government as loyal citizeaa r hould, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true principles of constitutional liberty. The freedom of leech and the freedom of the preis are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When these t re struck down, r.o matter what may be the apoloiy therefor, from that day dates the decline cf American libertv. In order to form a more Perfect union, establish justice, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 August 1862

EEK DEMOC -HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 5 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 21, 1862. NUMBhll 30 WHOLE No. 13 4 PLYMOUTH WJ LT RAT. 5! i 4 t 1 ; i TS. XI. Tinio 1illi Ft. W. V IT. II. II. Tin:? TnSiK 's SPRING AND SUV MER. ARRAS'C :.M IN ' CP iRTL'RE OF TTU.iS FIOM PLVM " TO EATffARI) B 'CSD TRAIN .T V D.y Express and M-tii Night Express, Fast Stoek,. ... Live Stock am! Ex. F-vht Loe.il Freight WEST ARD I'NOTtM Dty f.'tpress :in 1 Mai! Night Kxress Ioc.il Freight, 1 1 1 ! XI. M I! V :i. i. d' ?. M. Fast Freight,. . 6.R. E:) VAi l-v Agent C. I'. & C. 21. 'Hais Tn!ile. SUMMER A RR A :G KMCNT. EASTWARD. Leave Li Torte, dailW T.(i0 A M ;Suudivs t.xce:ted,) Arrive at Flvinduth 8:55 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave NvmoiiTh 10 P. M. Arrive at Li Porte 7:3 1. M ' -p. .... t . p.... ...I.T.I, :., L-Tt .t i :nd i si:, minutes flower i than Ft. "ii nPHMVFP urt t - ----- . RZiVZ &. C APRON. troniev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 August 1862

VOLUME 3 NUMBER. 30 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 3 .4 ! THE PLYMTll DEMOCRAT. PVBLISIIED WEEKLY BY D. E. VAXVASL,KKKlKfiII. J. G. 0SB03NE, ::::::::::: Editor. I'LTM O UT 1 1 , I X I 2 A X A : Tiii'rsday, August 21, 1SC2. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOi fnTIKTir STATT, JAMES S. ATIION, OF MARIOX. F1H U'MTii OF ST.tTr, JOSEPH KISTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. FOW TRBASrBEit OF fTATS, MATTHEW L. BRETT, OF DWIE5S. f.E VTTi'P.Ni X i FN EH ..!., OSCAK B. IIORD, OF DECATUR. SAMUEL L. RUGG, OK ALLEX. EOR CONGRES5, DAVID TUREIE, of White County. FOR REPRESENTATIVE. M. A. O. PACKARD. IK'Uiacratic County Ufte.. For Af'IUTOR, ALEXANDER C. 'iliOMPSOX. FOB TRF. R, DANIEL O. Q'JIYEY. FOR SHERIFF, HENRY M. LOGAN. FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL DISTRICT, WILLIAM GARRISON. FoR COMMISSIONER SOUTHERN DISTRICT, JOHN II. VÖRIES. T5IKY iZr.AZAY LOYAL? "On the Cth of last January, in the stale Democratic Convention, M.A.O. Packard of this place ottered the following resolution, which wa3 unanimously adopted: liesolvfcJ. That ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 August 1862

T II E P LYMO TJ T II W EEKLY DEMOCRA rr . DUMBER 30. o . VOLUME n ,i n i ti A 4 , i '7 f i i THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E VANVALXEN BURGH. : : Editor Wheat is now worth from 8 to 00 cents m this ruaiV.et. Ti.e cnroIllKt,' is in this County arc busily engaged in the di-charge of their duties. Ora friend II. M. Logan wis one of the most; cllkicnt agents ii: colliding; blankets for the s!tliors, last week. Thia is the way our "disloyal' I citizens aid the enemv. j I Last week we omitted, through error, to pub- ; lls'i th4 names of ot r cahuid.itc. for Commission-! i cr?, they appear this week, a!! right. Th t nice new hit the nicest h:it in town we i wear ai omul on Sundays, and extraordinär oeeisions, wis a present from a ji nti'viant ho regtirCs j printers as just as good as am body. After election j we'll tell who crave it to us. : Col WnlZicr From t card published in the Laporte llcmlJ, dated August 14th, which we won! I publish, but for lack of space we learn that ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 21 August 1862

V OLUME 3 Til E PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMO CK A T. NUMBER. 30 Daily and WeeMy mm STJTK SENTINEL. 1861-2. " Here let the press the pcop'c rights maintain, Unawed fey influence ami r-.r.bought by gain." Th Dnil i and Weekly State Sentinel are the ccogniz"d orgms of the Democracy of Indiana. As it h is in the past, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles ami measures which are host c'cu'-urd o advance the ' appiness, tli prosperity and the freedom of the people tium all unjust anil unniccssirf restraint-. While cheerfui'v su.-ir.ilf'in. th" Oovernnvnt as loval ci.izena shoiill. t'ii; Sen.!-c' w'.'I i-'.lj!i:lv wati'li V! n croaehnvnts nron popular rights and tin tme principles of constitutional liberty. The freedom of speech and the f. eedo-n of the prepare necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When these re strick 1 ovo. m m 'i - wh it may be th-. :tolo.'y therei'or. from t! ! u.H'.m tl: ilo of Amer'cin liPertv. In ' 'rrn a in u -.erfeet union. eai'-' ;".. ne o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 September 1862

PLiMO jr- - r" . -. . - J o WEEKLY n n "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BT INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN.1 VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1862. NUMBER 32 WHOLE No. 3 . DEM OCR A v i 1 I . I i v.u$t:tcs;$i gircctovi?. II. IS. Time Tiillo.s. 2., Fl. V. & C. R. U. Time Table. SPRING AND SUYMEit ARRANGEMENT ErlRTCRE OF TRAINS FROM PLVMOCTII 8TATIOX EASTWARD B UXD TRAINS. IXaT Express and Mail- 10:35 A.M. Niiiht Exprc.?, 11:10 r. M at -tock,. ...................... ,o;4u P. iM. Live Stock and Ex. Frci-rht 11:5 P. M. Local Freight 12:30 P.M. westward b uxd tkaixs. Piy I.'xjmv-ss and y'M, 5:15 P. M V TU . t.zl) AI L'c:' IVri-ht 3:35 P. M. .S.U. EDWA'iDS, Agent K. Time Table. SUMMER A R Ii VVCEMENT. EASTWARD Leave La Port-?, dailyf (Sundays Excepted,)) " Arrive at Plymouth, .V..7;C0 A.M ,S:55 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave Plymouth.. . Arrive at La Porte. 5:49 P. M. . 7:30 P. M. Trains run by La IVrte time, which is kept at FI. Vai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 September 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 32 THE PLV .OliTlI DEMOCRAT. PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT i. r. VAWAi.KiixnrnGii. J. G. OSBORNE. ::::::::::: Editor. PI.Y3IOUTII, IXDIAXA: Thitday, September 4tli, 1802. DBMOCÜATIC STATE TICKET. FOR sECRtTlRT OF STATE, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARION. FOl ri'IToROP STATE, JOSEPH RISTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. rH Ti.EAsrRERor state, MATTHEW L. BRETT, F DAVIESS. r.H 11TOENET bINtlAl, OSCAR R. HORD, OF DEC TCR. scp't prB. i?TBrrrioN, SAMUEL L. RUGG, OF ALLEN. democratic District TicKct. EOtt CONGRESS, DAVID TUR PIE, of White County. FOR SENATOR HORACE CORBIN FOR REPRESENTATIVE, M. A O PACKARD. m.,cratii; - mity Ticket. ALEXANDER "'C. THOMPSON. Ttnt TREASURER, DANIEL O. QUIVEY. FOR SHERIFF, HENRY M. LOGAN. FOR COMMISSIONER CENTRAL DISTRICT, WILLIAM GARRISON. FOR COMMISSIONER SOUTHERN DISTRICT, JOHN IL VÖRIES. M. A. 0. Packartl, Democratic Caodi dato for Representative will address his fellow c'rizens, on tliG Political issues of the day, at the following places: A...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 4 September 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 32. UUU11I ULJIUIU öcrlxcr.si (Column. gardtrarf. Sanluarr. Local a?;d Miscellaneocs. I E Vä::VäLKE::BURGH, : : Editor There will be Democratic Club Meeting at the Y .keU school House in tlitr north put of Union Tovnshi: . en S.Murd.ty evening, Sept. Oth, at earTie.v vih be Democratic Meeting at Mc-Clu-!.i.et V t'e'.oid II. use, in North Township, on 'Saturdiy evening August Cth, lw62. This mestin.r will take the place of th one heretofore1 announced lor Friday eve., at Kairmount. Wheat is now worth from 55 to t8 cents m this suaikct. We ca! the attention of those wishing employment to the ailvertijcmet.N o. Mr. T MeDonaM. he ha a job or ditching and gradir. , and the building of ft school house, to let, for whuh the cash will be paid on the completion of tht work. There will he a meeting of th M u.-h-Jl Coun tv Agricultural Soei' v, a thf Court House, next Saturday afternoon. Ocn judicious and highly esteemed friend, J . ?cott, i a goo...

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

NUMBER 32. VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. it endpapers. Daily and "vVeskly lBIAl STATE SEXTLXEL. 1881-2. "Here let the press the peop'e'a lights maintain, Unawed hy influence and unbought by gain." -ÄlÄITHE SIGN OF THE Aa it . u nt un:it.tne ?e U!IKl w m cumi"u to advocate those principles and measures v.hich are bet calculated to advance the nppiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people liom all r,;.t nil unnecessary restraint?. W bile cheerU1JH- w 1 I I fuilv sustaining the Government as loyal citizens j should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch nil en- j croachments upon popular rights and the true pnn- j ciples of constitutional libei ty. The lreedum ot speech and the freedom of tl e press are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. W hen these are struck down, no matter what may be the apology therefor, from that Jay dates the Mine of Ar 5 p liberty. In order to form a more nerfe rar mr ot wil as rtrIt supr th i, establish just-ce, insure oom.uc v...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Indiana Digital Historic Newspaper Program (Indiana State Library)
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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