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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 October 1862

IPS VlU JL L ill FT WEEK T DEM HERE LET TKL PIICQO THE PEOPLE RIOHTB MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." V i VOLUME 3XEW SERIES. Ft. W. & C. 15. K. Time Talilc. SuRIXG AND SUM MC Ii ARRANGEMENT. EMRTL'RE OF TR i FROM PLYMOUTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day Express and Mull, 10:35 A.M. Ni-ht Express, 11:10 I M. Fast Stock P. M. Live Stock and Ex. Freight, 1 1 :"() '' M. Local Freight, 12:30 P.M. WESTWARD HOUND TUAINS. Day Expreß an. I Mail I:l." F. M. Night Kxrress, ft:Lr A. M. Local Ereilit, .....'1:0. A.M. Käst Freight,. .3:3. P. M. S. R. EDWARDS, Agent. C. 1. As, C IS. IB. Time Table. SUMM E R. AR RA NC EM ENT. EASTWARD. Leave La Torte, daily J .q (Sundays Excepted,') Arrive at i'lymouth, 6:03 A. M. WESTWARD. Leave PIvmouth Arrive at La Torte r:in r. m. 7::o T. M. Trains mn by L.i Porte time, which is kept at K. Vail? Jewelry ftore, and is 15 minutes slower than P., Ft. W. i C. R. R. time. II. R. DRUL1NER, Supt. Vt t ovaev REEVE & CAPRON, Jkttorney a...

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. — 9 October 1862

VOLUME 3 rpi TfT TT T"5 t "rsr ttt rirt ttti -wst tti t n yr tt -tr tt-. -r -rr . JL Ii JtJj JL JL JL lfii. VJ M ii v JLLi ll JL. j JI U Iii 111 l U It il 1. DUMBER. 37 THE PhWIOilTII DiHIQCR IT. rCCLISME?) WEEKLY BY J. G. 0S33ENE, ::::::::::: Editor Thursday, Octokki: 0, 1SC2. DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. for secret vet cr statf, JAMES S. ATHON, OF MARION. T'"R AfMToll OF STATE, JOSEPH RISTINE, OF FOUNTAIN. 'rOH TREASVRF.R OF RTVTn, MATTHEW L. RRETT, OF DWlESS. TOR ATTORN KY iENERAl., OSCAR B. HORD, OF DECATUK. srr'T ri n. i.n-tiiiction, SAMUEL L. IIUGG, OF ALLEN. FOR SrPHESIE CO l" KT REPORTER, M. C. KERR, &ci2i0crnt(C SHrU'l Ticket. tor. com; uns-, DAVID TURPI Ef of White County. rou c i!:ct ir r::"-;:;p:noi:, .'AMES RRADLEYf Lap. .rte County. iu Diriiicr vin eiictTn:, X L. FA II N S V O RT 1 L 1 St. Josej h. FOR SENATOR HORACE CURL51N FoU KEFKESENSATIVE, M. A. O. PACKARD. For AUDITOR, ALEXANDER C. 1HOMPSON. FOR TKEASVIlEn, DANIEL O. QL'IVEY. for shekiff, HENRY M. LOGAN. for comm...

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. — 9 October 1862

NUMBER 141. VOLUME 3. T Ii E FLY M O U T II W BEKLY DEMOCltAT. i r ) 1! V 1 u j V THE DE3IOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E. VA1IVALXENBURGH, : : Editor If you want n Chico or Ciucinnnti Daily go to LEMON'S Drug Store. lie keeps them constantly on hand. Indianapolis Oct. 7 tin Orders have been received by the Ad jutant General suspending tho camps of rendezvous in the several Corgre-.iutial Districts, nnd ordering all dratted men to rendezvous at Indianapolis. Tbey will assemble at their County scats on lhe15th inst., when the Coinmi-siuuers will take them to the camp. Drafted men will be permitted to volunteer in the old regiments, or for one year'.- service. Substitutes will be accepted if reported at camp. Messrs E'cr.eston and Shook are receiv ing drafted men in their company in this town. II, M. Logan, Democratic Candidate for Sheriff, is eoniined to his home, on ac count of serious illness in his family, ren dering it absolutely impossible for him to personally refute any e...

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. — 9 October 1862

VOLUME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 141. Daily and Weekly mm STATE SENTINEL. -12. " Here let the press the peopVf right3 maintain, Uuawed Vy influence and unbought by g;n." The Daily and Weekly State Sentinel arc the cognized organs of the Democracy of Indiana. Ai it has in the past, the Sentinel will continue W advocate those principles and measures which are best calculated to advance the happiness, the prosperity and the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnecessary restraints. While cheer fully sustaining the Government as loyal citizcas should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin ciple of constitutional liberty. The freedom of peecb and the freedom of the press arc necessary to prserte and secure free institutions. When these are atruck down, no matter what may be the i polony therefor, from that day dates the decline t American nocriy. iu ivim uvm t erfect oion, establish justice, insure domestic ranqui...

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. — 16 October 1862

n HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT B Y GAIN. 1 VOLUME 3 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER io, 1862. NUMBER 33 WHOLE Xo. 141. PLYMO WEEK T DEMOCRAT. i i I Business Directors. II. 12. Tisne rjTnllo. 5., Tl. V'. & 5. Ii. TäKie Tabic. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. Er VRTUK.E OF TRAINS KRO.M PLTMOLTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day Exnresa an J Mail 1 '"J ' ? Night cross, "J;,, 1 Yj" Fast riu'.-' i't'-'i r " Lire St. :m,.1 Et.. Freight 1 ;- Local Freight, l':,U 1 WS vT W Ali D HOUND TUAINS. Div Itxpress and M.i'l, I. M. Ni'dit llx' res-! ' ' Local FroigU, A'J- Fast Freight : 1 M- S.K. EDWARDS, Agent. C. I. & C. R. K. Time Tabic. SUMMER" ARRANG EMENT. EASTWARD. Leave La Forte, ilaily) (tuidiys Excepted,) Arrive at IM v mouth, WESTVA11D. .7:00 A. M. .8:.")5 A. M- Leave Fly mouth Arrive at L.i Forte, ..-:10 P. M. ,.7::m F. M. Trains run hy Li Porte time, winch is kept at K. Yd!- Ji'w.-u-v store, :ui t..i.i iml i-j ...

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 October 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 38 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. 7 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BT I. E. V A X V A LK E X I! Uli G 1 1. J. 0. OSBORNE, : Editor. PLYMOUTH, IXDIVW: Thursday, October 16, 1SG2. rJThe Election. mmt m JWarshall (County All Rieht ! Marshall 0oun redecmed her ty self last Tuesday, QjJl tllC StiIllQ- q v-" Abolitionism, ffa pudiatcd her mis representative and stands boldly up "TTT M. r m. m.M.r - VaS aild tllC 'COll"in3'J0r l10 Rl'Publican whose lanco ia stitution as it is." We have beaten the Abolitionists in this (County from to 50. Horace Corbin is elected tate Sena tor for Marshall and t. about 11 ML A. Joe, by O. Pack ard representative for Marshall and Starke, by about (Th rirfc-fivo 4111'he speechof IIn. Tins. A. Hesdiucks HJTUl tlUU t HOlin-at the semipary Grove, last Monday, was ty Ticket receives about 475 majori- Thus the people of Marshall County receive the procla mation and shame ful slanders of the M. C. Ilcpublican. PENNSYLVANIA goes from 10,000 ...

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 October 1862

NUMBER U2 VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. D. E. VANVALKENBURGH, : : Editor If you want a Chicago or Cincinnati Daily go to LEMON'S Drug Store. He leeps them constantly on hand. The latest returns from this Congress tonal district indicate the election of Colfax by about one hunJred majority. This ia not certain but mcsl probab!e. One hun dred now against over 0,000 two years sgo! 'What a falling off is here!' Is 4lit t!r Greely sustaircd or repudiated? Ao Paper Xcxt Week. Havrng been over-worked a little for die last lour or five weeks, on account of the pressure of Job and extra work, consequent upon an election, the hmds in the office are about tiled out, and having some Job work yet unfinished we have concluded to iesue no paper next week; our subscribers will lose nothing, as they get 52 numbers in the year. We trust ncne will be dissat isfied' at our takmj a little resting spell, as we will be on hand all right a week from .next Thu...

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 October 1862

9 f ' r o O. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, NUMBER 142 itcu$li a per. s Daily and Weekly INDIANA STATE SEXTIXEL. 1861-2. Here let the pre?? the people's tights maintain, Una wed fey influence ami unbought by gain." The D lily and Weekly State Sentinel are tlie coognized organs of the Democracy of Indiana. As it has in 'the pat, the Sentinel will conti'Mie to advocate those principles ami measure which are best calculated to advance the rsppines.-, the prosperity ami the freedom of the people from all unjust and unnece.-'arv restraints. While checr fuilv sustaining the Government as loyal cili.CHS hhoull, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments 'jpon popular rights and the true prin ciples of eonsiiuui mal liberty. The freedom of speech and the freedom of the press are necessary to preserve and secure free institutions. When these are struck dovn, no matter what may be the apology therefor, from that day dates the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more perf...

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 October 1862

llili lUkery. .vh.-iciie m xy be cou.m.:;... ...;r ;t wdAln., a comtbrtS, aildiX in oine.- n-urs. i s . r iL o II H n I LET THE PnrCG T II 3 PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAIKTAIII; UIIAV7ED BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME o-XEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1862. NUMBER 3ü VniOLE No. Ii3. PT "V" '(fYFTT n M W V2V4 1Z. Tij:ic Wy 1'!..,., T?' SPRING AND SUMMER ARKAXGthUCNT. Er V RTC RE OF TRAINS FltOM rLrMOUTH STATION. EAST WAKD HOUND TRAINS. Day Express and Mail A.M. Nipht Express, 11:1 I. M. Fast Stock ,..0:4; J l,M. Live Stock and Ex. Freiultt,-. ll:f') P. M. Local Freight 12:30 P.M. WE3TWAKD L' JUND TRAIN'S. Pay Express and Mail .r:l." P.M. Night Express, U:J5 A. M. Local Freight, .. ...4:05 A. M. Fast Freigut, :i:3." P. M. ri.U. EDWAiiDa, Ascnt. C. I. A: C K. Tim? TafjSe. SUMMER ARRAN(JEM ENT. EASTWARD. Leave La Porte, (Ink) (Sundays Exec '.')) Arrive at PIynrr.t!i, WESTWARD. Leave Plvmouth .7:00 A. M. .9:55 A. M. .ÖA ) P. M. Arrive at La Forte,. .-7::n P. M l 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. — 30 October 1862

V ) . Ü ME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER. 39 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. rUBI.ISHED WEEKLY BY D. E. VAXVALKEXBrilGII. J. 0. OSBORNE, ::::::::::: Editor. IM-YJIOUTII, IXDIAXAl TnrirsDAY, October 30, 1S(V2. Wliy Tlii'y HVrc DcfVntvd. Excuse; are is plenty as blackberries i harvest, among our abolition frit nils. r their defeat at the recent elections. Üvery cause, except the real one, has been ssigned in one shape or another, and the ld adagrt of 'There's none eo blind a nose who will not see,' has been forcibly .xemplitied by them when talking about ieir utter rout at the polltj. One says 'ie Ilepubl'eana are all gone to the war, while the Democrats remained at home. Ytmiher attributes the ditcr to the im becility of the administration in carrying n the war. A third thinks the K. G. C. did it all, while a fourth is very sure that the whole thing is owing to monstrous frauds perpetrated by the Democrats at the ballot box, and so on to the end of the chapter. All agree in ignoring ...

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. — 30 October 1862

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 143 fpTTp TlTj1 FOfT A 'V J - - " : Local and Miscellaneous, j 1 : -- i D. E. VANVALKENBURQH, : : Editor ( , . ' ; Thk abolitionists of this r!oe. under i r . i ; wbo find little 'se to do inet m so emn' mournful assembly in our streets last Saturday i.ve., to periorui me uu.iu. w. t- . e . .1. 1 .-.1-1 of Ci'!eliating their rvcei.t Vidory( !) j They planted an anvil in the street, pro-' I c cured some powder, and alter the boys had mada a raid into the alleys for boxes and barrels bnilt a fire and fired off the anvil and rejoice 1. over what we were u tabid to learn, as they kept up an ominous silence. There were assembled about two dozen men and boys, among whom were some very distinguished personages. We discovered special damage done, save to a few lights of glass, two from the Dem. efftee, for wbioh we freely forgive them. Meanwhile, the Democrats having all the recent elections to rejoice over, built a fire down town, and fired a few shots o...

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. — 30 October 1862

,.,t x -I . , siatl-U,l.e use in: o .i.i.i. iv. oii,i.ii.i:i,.ii. v;i;r-, V - m 4. A X Mi I III I I .1' ' . . oi th- Dady, to ,nrpo,Vs,a:..l s, be it , e,ncmb,,,d. eat, , 1 -ok thk raKvT,oAvl ,!k' ' ' ! 7 O.nn ;mV;;o7opieVU (,e-lVf;u:yoftheotI,r lamiiy .Mivhiises yt Cotj-.'1'jipfion, Asthin i, Chrouii IWehPis N,P. i E?t1PL0 if IVi I , b 100 ,f the Duly .f,U ;!UX n:, :ll'a';i.;-2"Ma.hines are of ,re.,t eapa- AOEXTSTv TFD Ciubs at anv tinse at i A : ,. . r .. .. ' ' ' '"'lUi i,-IVis'.ra-mus. Loss ol tut e v.xijJi j. A 11 J U -Slrop ll IJl.l!'---; '"-'-"'"y ; " ' I N.-,.,:,!,.,;1, I',.,,, (..; X' TO .-M l. VOLUME P.. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. a. 2 -3 . . i I A 'A - Daily and Weekly IXDIAX A STATE KEXTIXKL Here let the press the peop'e'a lights njitutain,! I? n aired ly inÜuerce u:i i r.ubeught by gain." - ( The DaiU an-1 WcoMv t ite Sentinel are the ceognized organs of the Democracy öS" Indiana Aj it has in the past, th Sentinel will conti", to advocate those principles ais'l measu...

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. — 6 November 1862

ITT nSRE L27 THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNACTED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1862. VOLUME f NEW SERIES. NUMBER 40 WHOLE No. 144. DEMOCRAT. PT.TMOTn WEEKLY r ,2 -a t Sadness Sircrtori. 1. IS. Tim 'JTulilos. 1, Ft. W. Ä I. S. Tinio Tahlc. SPRING AND SL'MkTTaKRANGKMLNT. JErtRTCRE OF TRAIN'S FKOM PLTMOCTH STATION. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Day Express ami Mai! 1:3." A.M. Night Express, 11:10 I M. Fast Stock .": !! P. M. Lire Stock aud Ex. Freight, 11 :."' P. .W. Local Freight 12:110 r. M. WESTWARD DOrXD TRAINS. Day Express aud Mail :!" P.M. Nijht Ex -ress, Local r reicht,. Fait Freight,.. :1S A. M. ..4 :f.." A.M. . .:i:3; P. M. S. R. EDWARDS, Agent, Time Table. SUMMER ARRANG EM EXT. EASTWARD. J.eare Li Torte, duly (Sum! its Excepted,); Arrive at Plymouth, WESTWARD. Lcavo Plymouth Arrive at La P.irtc .7:00 A. M. .8:55 A. M. ..r:-l0 p. M. .7:TJ P. M. Trains run by La Porte time, which is kept at J I.. ail- Jew;rv store, and is 1; mi...

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. — 6 November 1862

hass'-1 !" luntmi L,ut ,lw ivi VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCHAT. NUMBER. 40 THE PLl jlüÜTil ÜEMOCllAT. . .. . rtüTiED Tu-kfki bv I). E. V AXV 5 tiIII5rUCI5. . J 0 OSBnTVE """" Editor ' 'iA ' ll,Y7JOrTEI, iXJ3 AXA : Thursday, TVovemhei: 0, 1 Sfc2. T?JV I2rSHr 'iTlOX WHAT WlII.. Tlia: JOVi:r.- Wo hear i: said that the arcuy in K-n tucky is f-oo i to g into winter qu trier Th nrmroftlie lV.onnc Is still near! Wahiiu'toa an 1 ;.r all we can see, 13 nue:y . . . i i i to re;nai:i there indefinite!,. c ii .,, . - r-w w'ntPi-fviar- S.iould ur arrai s go MwO w.uiei qjar : T-.r. mil r.-ir W-noM lers m Iver.fiC vj, auJ r.ir vv asn.naa).i, u . . , ;i ; . , t j !,.,v" a thf wuhout hrt striking a 1. 1. ntg O.o. a. me v.- , ti .lf ilrtfrtrrt ,inflf I,,. r : el I ion, we believ that t.e.ore anoint i ; , 1 1 iQ .. ,0 , fo a. Qtner com-, Uw.ll iQ ue.e -s to a. - : ri'be summer 4.i 1, ...-.n.i.i-a .f ih. rebels i ipt luriher the conqae- ot ine nuus. , iy r , .? r, iL?. K,.v,im 1 liol 1- i Sj fir ...

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 November 1862

IM...!. ... Iba i:..n r.il.rr- il ! in- i!.i n.'.-.o !,,.,',,,:.!,.. t,. .. ,,. all I Cilbl. A fill. Iii- ..l.v be M lie with a . v- VOLUIME 3. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 144 Til 15 DEMOCRAT, ; . r ,A . T t u,,.,... , . ,. . L.0CAL A..I AlL-cI-.Li-.Ot. - - rx - VÄW,n . . ... 13. i. VÄÜ V ALi4iUivali. . . LQlcOr it neu l now worm irom io ' cts., in this market. , " . . , AST Do r.ol lori;. t .Tiddler's Aid a Supper this cven'ng. Ample pn. visions have b-eti made lot a ir-.od fcti;e er nr.d a rood time. and Stationery Store. 5iI!l- - 1 1 f Ofncers lor tl.e company The election tW Ut'thA.n oRULlimA nrro. in . harrm f A. Eggle-Tox, took pi icv recen.iy, and ; Tesulleu in the choice of A. E;i;i.eston ; - Cap;ain, E. 11. Shook 1st. and 1. IJ. Mc "Go'cuEf 2d Lieutenants. Do You Like Sweet Cider? It 60, it u a very easy matter to have it nw er- .jT;j ti'.oiiiii'.T ;i lare :nt ul ;,ov ury v.noi;-. in r.ynou'.n, in-:: ir-a, tr.e law ureerfon r:tiur- t XarFi r Cincinnati a;U Cliica D...

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 November 1862

VOLUME S. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 1 äJcirjspapcrs. Daily and Weekly IMIIIM STJTB SEXTIXEL. (lore let the pros the peopV rights raiintain, L'n.iweJ ly inlluenc and unbought by gain." The D.iilj and Yv'cekly State Sentinel are the ee agnized organs f the Democracy of Indiana. Adit h is in the prist, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles aM measures which are best calculated to advance the lappiness, the prosperity ami the freedom of the people iron, all Hiij;it and unnecessary restraints. While chetr fniiv sustaining the Government as loyal ci'izcss fdioiild, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin ciples of constitutional liherty. Tlie freedom of speech and the freedom of the prepare nectary 'o preserve and secure free iiHtifutions. Win n these are struck down, n m-tter what may he the asologv therefor, from that day d.ites the decline of American liberty. In order to form a more r.crfect union, establi...

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 November 1862

DEMOCRAT, PLYMOUT W EEK1 V HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHT'S MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." 'volume ö xj:w series. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1862. NUMBER -J 1 WHOLE Xo. 145. 2 5 - - - t ; - s . -J Hustons gircctorit. lt. 1. Time Tables. P., Ft. W. iV V. II. It. Time Talle. SPRING AND SUMMER. ARRANGEMENT. ErVÄ.rilE OF TRAINS FROM PLYMOUTH STATION'. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. DaT Express aud M-iil, 10:33 A. M Night Express t 11:10 T. M rast fctock, Live Stock and Ex. Freight,. Local Freight ...5:10 P. M. ..11:50 T.-M. ..12:30 P.M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAINS. Dar Express and Mail, 5:15 P. M. Night Express, A.M. Local Freight, -1:05 A.M. Faat Freight, 3:35 P. M. S.R. EDWARDS, Agent. C. P. & C. It. It. Time Tabic. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. EASTWARD. I rav La Porte, daily) 7:00 A.M. (Sundays Excepted,)) Arrive at Plymouth 8:55 A. M- WESTWARD. Leave Plymouth 5:40 P. M. Arrive at" La Forte, 7:30 P. M. ' Trains run by La Porte time, which is kept at K. Vai...

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 November 1862

VOLUME 3 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCBAT. NUMBER. 41 TBE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. I D. E. VANVALKENBURGH, : : Editor PLYMOUTH, IMIAXA: XlIUIISDAY, XoVKMUKK 13tll, 1SC2. VALEDICTORY. With the present number of the Dowo- erat the undersigned closes Iiis connection w!th its editorial department. When we took charge of its columni it waa with no expectation or desire to con tinue the conrection for any great length of time. Tue former proprietors having d termined to remove to another field of I.ibor, we felt called upon to make any Nierifiee needed in order to continue the publication of the Democrat, at least until Her the election. Wo thought thit with proper ctlort this county could be redeem ed frorr the clutches of abolitionism which had for several years been fastened upon her, and determined that no dibi t of onrs should be spared to produce a result so desirable. We have contributed as much uf time and thought as we deemed neces sary towards the procurement of sucec.-s for the Democrati...

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 November 1862

K UMBER 145 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 3. WlivUIf! S It appears that the central organ of tie Republican party of Indiana is determined tj keep before the people the idea of a Northwestern Confederacy. "Why persist ently and doggedly discuss the advantages or disadvantages of a separation from the Eastern States, and the incompatibility of interests between the two sections, unless the party it represents has that u'.terijr pur pose in view? It l.as been for a long time trying to force a controversy upon that question, but as yet it hag the field of con troversy entirely to ileelf. Upon such an issue it will have. The Journal is an ad vocate of disunion. In the full of 1SG0 il proposed a peaceful uion from all the States that desired t. -ie Union. It regarded the Gepan . a dozen States as a less evil, incomparably, than the hor rors and exhaustion of a civil war. These opinions it yet entertains. Governor Mor Tox, in a speech in Washington a few weeks ago, said that a sepa...

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 November 1862

VOLUME o THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT, NUMBER 145 Daily and Weekly IXDIAXA STATE SEXTLVEL. 1861-2. " Here let the pres.i the pcop'e'i rights maintain, ! Lnawed ly influence ami nnbought by gain." The D.iilj anJ WV ee jrnized orrans C tatc Sentinel are the e Democracy of Indiana. As it had in the pat, the Sentinel will continue to advocate those principles ami measures which are best calculated to advance the rappiness, the j prosperity and the freedom of the people from all i unjust anu unnecessary restraints, vnnne cneer iuIIt post. lining the Government a? loyal citizens yhouM, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croiehments upon popular rights and the true prin- ei;les of constitutional lih-erty. The freedom of xtx-ech and the freedom of the press are nccesarv to preserve and secure free institution?. When ! toeso -ire sirucK unwn, no maiier wnai mar ic mu ajlo-y therefor, from that day dates the decline j of American hbettv. monier to lorm a more tvrfect uaion, establish j...

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