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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 9 April 1863

7 t rr l . "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN AWED. BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME .4 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APEIL 9, 1863. NUMBER 10 WHOLE No. ICC. .1 J BIMOXTT r -''WEEKLY DEM OCRAT. 4 X J - ;:gujSinf&? girrctoni. Ks 'Timo ;XaJbleH. t.f Ft. W. & C. li. R. Tlihe, Tabic. . WINTFR ARRANGEMENT. btriRTCKK o .tsaihs from tltmoctii statiox. EASTWARD BOUND TRAINS. t)T Express" and Mail 11:18 A.M. Nicht Express,.... 10:21 P. M. Past Stock.'.'. 5:30 P. M. Lire Stock and Er. Freight 11:40 P. M. Local Freight, ....... 12;20 P. M. WK.H'jIRD bound trains. Dar Express in. , 7:02 P. M Night ExrreM,.. 6:4IA,Cl Wl Freight. r'-mmi:SF'l Tfaroujh Freight. . -..3.6 A.M. rut Freight, ....3:05 P, M. S.U. EDWARDS, Agent. C I. R. It. Time Table. S-U JIM ERHARR A NG E M ENT. . EASTWARD. LtTC La Porte, daily ;.8:43 A. M. (3huUts Lxcepted;)i . - Arrive at Plymouth, .....1030 A. M. r"1 ' WESTWARD. wTiwotK.V..: .;.3:oo t. m. Arrive at La Porte -.4:M P. M. ...

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 April 1863

T0LÜ3IE 4 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCKAT. NUMBER 10 THE PLY.H0ÜTH DEMOCRAT. D. B. VA5VALKENBUR0H. : : Editor PL.YJJOUTII, IXPIAXa: I ii r n s x A y April, 9 ISf:3. fllE RCSL'LT. The election in this County, last Mon day passed off quistlj and satisfictoiiljr. For a Spring election the vote yrns large, and tho Democratic mijorilie were in liko proportion.' hi Center township, with a vote of over 000 we have an average majority of 177! IUI tho vote heen larger our majority it nid haV b.-en increased. Mr. Osborne's mtjority was 180. llk, wo learn by J. C. CmiMAs, gircs an :iTer:ige democratic majority of 55, on a strict p:iy vote. B-jurbjnj on which abolitionists fixed th sir strongflat hopes, goes democratic by about 20 majority, proving conclusively that there h been a wonderful change in Hnntinuni up ihfre since laat fall, or that Prki had his "hands" from Kosciuslco to help hi'ra out, ntthe fill election, and could not airord to bring them in this German is democratic by about 80 ma ...

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 April 1863

VOLUME. .4 T II E P L Y-MO UT H WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 16 TjHE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. ST Maple Sugar Uken on subscrip tion at this office ' - - V. O'DoxXELk, and . bis large Jat of Spectacle have mored to one door south of Wheeler's Dank. jT5T A. L. Keeves, successor to E. C. Overman, In the Variety Store, haa just got hi new ptoek of Gcod marked and arranged upon the shelves and is now read j fcr the spring trade. Mr. Reeve is a comparative stranger in our place, but will Dot long remain so, Iiis low prices for good goods and gentle manly manner will soon introduce him to buyers. jtiT At a meeting of the Parishioners of St Thurais Cnun.li in this place, held on the (Ith inst., the samo bing Easter Monday G. S. Cleaveland and M. A. 0. Packard were elected Wardens, and J. G. Osborne. II. B. Dickson, C. Palmer, D. E. VariVa!kenbnrr!i and I). McDonald Vestrymen for said parish lor the ensuing vear. XST" Geo. Grace has taken, out nn auctioneers, license, ahd will sell rorert...

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 April 1863

NUMBER m VOLUME A THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT Daily and Weekly ftrnriiTi fimimn IV 11 i in 11 1861-2. Hert let the press the people's rights maiataii, ünaweu y influence and unbought by gain." The Daily and Weekly State Sentinel are the eonixed organs of the Democracy of Indiana. Aeit has in the paat, the Sentinel will continue to adrocate those principles and measures which ar best calculated to advance the tappiness, the pro-.perity and the freedom of the people from all njust and unnecessary restraints. While checr-f-.i.: atst-iining the Government as loyal citizeae aho-ald, the Sentinel will vigilantly, watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin ciples of conatitutional-liberty. The freedom of speech and the frcedoraof-the preis arc necessary to pr'iscrve and' secure free institutions. When -.r trtick down, no matter what may be the iWo-'T therefor, from that day dates the decline j American liberty. In order to form a more vsriVct union, establish justice, ...

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 April 1863

i r D YMOUT o f HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UK A W ED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BT GAIN. VOLUME 4 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, APKIL 1G, 1863. NUMBER 11 WHOLE No. 1G7. WEEKLY DEM OCR A I BasijBaBaBsjsisjsijBssas"BiB,iBSie gui5iof$$ girrrtory. ., Ft. W. A: C. R. K. Time Tabic. WINTFIt ARRANGEMENT, bsrvarvaa or Taais from rumore aTario. XA8TWARD DOUKD TRAINS. fgss,"4 :::::::io. fÄi::::::::::."."..;'-- Live Stock and Ex. Freight V5 at' Local Frcieht 12;20F..M. WESTWARD BOUND TRAISS. Dir Ktnrer s an Mail, '7? f M Ncr;vs; ::::::::::.1ir:M AFrÄiV.::::: ;;;;;;pVm: Prnht S.-R. EDWARDS, Agent. C. P. & C. II. It. Time Tn.ric. SUM M F.R"a TrÄNG EMENT. EASTWARD. Lav La Porte, daiM 8:45 A.M. (SunUvi Excepted,) Arrive at Plymouth 10 A. M. WESTWARD. LFlf month Arrive at La Torte.. ...4:50 P. M. Train run br La Porte time, which is kept at K. W'! Jewelrv "tore, and is 1 minutes niower tbaa p.. Ft. W. tCR.R. time. H. R. PRULlNER.Supt. Attornoyn. REEVE &. CAPR...

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 April 1863

VOLUME' I T. H E PLY M O fU T II WE E KLY DE MOGR A T. NUMBER 11 THE PLOOLTII DEMOCRAT. 0. S. VANVALKENBURQH. : : Editor PLYMOUTH, Thursday A: ,!. 1803. J3T Br an order irom uen. arnngton, ci -n of Indiana who e xpros. sympathy f ?r the rebellion are to be forwarded ttrh. byoml our lines, and parsons who t ;:im'.t acta for the benefit of the enemies . . rn ..rr. - - - . r tn. country, upon conviction win suuor Vith, and all officers and soldiers are trk-tly charged with the execution of the order. T:eHfon, expressed or implied wi!l uof ha toleratad in the department of Ohio and Indiana." We cor dem n treason and applaud its punishmen, and t the sumo time despise J rd ;ihhor the tyranny and usurpation J th-.it -k the execution of the laws of j our land from ths civil officers of the coun try an ! places it in thg hands of officers and sldters of the U. S. army. Indiana is not in rebellion, its citizens are as loyal and patrittic as any in the country, she has oiMre than hr proportion...

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 April 1863

VOLUME -j -.4 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. i' i "i. . i r ; ' - 1 - '- NUHBER lot , ... TfiS DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. SST Maple Sugar ttken on subscrip tion at this office. 'V. O'Dostnkll. and his large lot of Spectriclei have mored to one door south of Whee-er's Bank. ' Tiik Sokliar's Aid Society meets 'to morrow, Friday, evening, at tho residence cf D. O. Quire. XZT Kics t Smith advertise their new arriral of Prints and offer a good quality at rery low figures. Read the new udver tMement for particular. Eoolistos & Bro. will sell goods for the next thirty days at auction prices. Read iheir advertisement for soma of their prices. TVy buy goods cheap anp prom- is to sell them cheap. Select School. L. A. boRTOS, M. E. L.f designs open iag Sehet School in the Seminary build ing, cumneneing Monday, Apul 20th and ontinuieg twelve weeks. The funeral services of Mr. II. Mohlkk, who died at Murfreesboro on tho Oih of March, will be presched at the Methodist church in this pla...

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. — 16 April 1863

Vö LUME .4 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 1 c Daily and Weekly INDIANA STATE SENTINEL 1861-2. "ftrt 1st tke press the peopVs rigUi raaiataia, Uaawed ky influence and uubought by gain." The Daily and Weckty State Sentinel are the e;:i:cJ organs of the Democracy of Indiana. A it hi tu the past, the Sentinel will continue t aivjctte thosj principles and measures which are best ealcubted to advance the tappincss, the prwpsrity and the freedom of the people from all uujmi ani uunecessarr restraints. While cheer MJir ust.iining the Government as loyal citizeas sluulJ, ihe Scn.inel will vigilantly watch all en epjaehnents upon popular rights and the true prin ip!ea of constitutional libercy. The freedom of spow:u audthirf.cedora of the preis arc necessary to prasarve and secure free institutions. When lh?e are itruck dwn, no matter what may be the ?'!" therefor, from that day dates the decline 'f Americ tn iiVrtv. In order to ft rm a more .. V-c inKin, edUblish justice, insure domest...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 23 April 1863

. p TMOTJTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. t 2. -L.VS HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S HIOHTB MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY" IITTLUENCE A IT D UKBOUÖHT BY GAIN,"' V0LUAIE4-XEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY; APRIL 23, 1863. 5UMBEK 12 WHOLE No. 168. Zi y - A 1 :1 asuuss Utrcctorii. 15. U. Time rr:tllti. ri. tV.i- V. II. II. Time Table. W INTFtl AR RAN KMC NT. -.-xtc.s o? truss r.:oM i-LYMouTic statiov. j KvTwVun n..uNüTiAi:.fl. ! Kxtr.- Mill 11:1 .M.ognit'.0:i. lie contended, would take away land bitter in its spirit, written by thv L res- vip' y' i die kst hops of the North of subjugating French Ambassador, it was Muted that the Lx "inVcV. 1 reiVt.l 1 1 1 1 :-10 T. M. the South, and would materially influence' French Government hud not only made a 4' Krcmlit, U;2l)P.M. WE-TWARO B 'UND TRAINS . r?.. f 4 j 11. 1 M.iil 7:02 P. M il lll -.f 1 r Ni:-h' I. res- ! . ?' .1 !," Freight T't'm."?i Fr.i!;r Fat Kir;rht, i:.v P. M ..3:56 A.M. .3:('i F, M. S.U. EDWARIW. A-cnt. C. . A - ! Time Tabic. sr.M M r.H A RU G...

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 April 1863

VOLUME i THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 12 T. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. D. E. VANVALEENBUBOH. : : Editor PLYMOUTH, IXIUA4: Tit U R 8 D A y A:BH 23, I3f3. nEttOL'KATIC VICTOKY! At the Chicago municipal election last TnAQ.Taf tVio t f J c fa varA srm T tftf öl ff : routed. The whole Democratic ticket wa elected by about 120 majority, and this to at a full rote and obstinate fight. List full the abolition:ts had a majori ty of . ov?r 1000 in that city, we believe, do not remember the exact figures. All hail to the gallant Democracy of Chicago! The Times is curd by the administra tion and endorsed by the people. Large bets were made on the result in Chicago, and a few Government robbers mre a little short. They can easily make it up. Men will learn to beton Demo crats when they want to win. 23T Jcsr at present the operations of our army and navy ar at a stand still .No offensive movement arj being made, and no effective movement has been made for months past. V have no assurance that...

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 April 1863

NUMBER ICS VOLUME A THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. J I X Iii LF Iii tJL ULIVL I Local and Miscellaneous. V. O'Doxneia. and Iiis Urge lot of Spectacles have moved to one door south of Wheeler's Bank. We are happy to learn that Mr. Tall ma n. formerly of Chicago, has purchased the Richmond Mill, a: the north end of town, and hereafter will superintend the running of it. Mr. T. is an energetic busi ne? man, and we are glad he has located in our place. Peihovs owning valuable dg will do well to fasten them up of night, a sever al of our citizens, thinking f.irbarance no longer a virtue, have resolved to shoot the ho'vling marauders, that make night hide ous tho newly-washt'd-and hung-out to dry clothes, dirty destroy the flower-beds and commit divers and sundry other mis demeanors, too numerous to mention. Photogrvp is. Mr. A. .J. IIassler has fitted up his room3. and is now prepared to accommodate the public with correct and well finished Photographs. Mr. II. is a good artist, and has b...

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 April 1863

VOLUME A THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. 'A Dxlly and Weekly IXDim STATE SENTINEL.! 1861-13. Mere lt the press the pooph'. light, maintain, U.ttwel Wy influence and ur.bought by gala.' Th Duly avl Weekly State Sentinel Are the e i- t rgvi of the Democracy of Indiana. At it hia m iho lutt. the Sentinel will continue to advocate those, principles and measures vhich j ara bent calculated to advance the t appincs3, the I frti-.peritr aud the freedom of the people f rom all J unjust and iuinecesar restraints. While cheer-1 fully sust linin:.- the Government as loyal citi.eas ! should, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en- j crnehments upon popular rights and the true prin- i iptea of c nti tut i. ;iil liberty. The freedom oft speech andth jfeedom of the press are necessary j to priserre and secure tVee institution. When . th ximrk down, no matter what nnv be the po!ojy therefor, from that day d:Uea the decline of Vn.Tc.m ltVrtr. In order to form a more uer.ej': unicn. establish justic...

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 April 1863

X L PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT, 3E HERD LET TBS PRBOO TZXO PDOPLD'fl RIOHT3 MAINTAIN; ÜNAWDD BT INPLUDNCD AND UNSOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 4 NEW SERIES. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUHSDAY, APRIL 30, 1863. NUMBEK 13 WHOLE No. 169. WEEKLY gtt.smrss gircftory. IT. Xfc. Time Tubles. , Ft. TV. A C. U. R. Time Tabic. STJ M M E t ARRANGEMENT. tr iroaa or trai-s mom r ltmottth statio. KATWARD BOU2D THAWS. Dir Rt)-'!9 and Mail 10:50 A.M. A'irht Eicote? 101 P. M. Kut Stack 5:30 P. M. Lve Srnck and Ex. Freight 11:40 P. M. Wal Freight 1220 P. M, WIlTvTARO BoCXD TRAI58. O KxrreM and Mull 5:20 P. M Mijht Kt re, 4:50 A. M Local Frolpht 4:5.1 P. M Through Freishc 3:5R A. M. Fat Freight 3:05 P, M. S.R. KDIVAKD3, Ageut. C. P. & C. Ii. R. TImo Table. SUMMER ARUÄNOEMENT. JSA'TWARD. Uta M Torte, dAilvI s.30 A Vft ?iuU Ktcepted,) Arie t Plymouth 1030 A. M. WESTWARD. Uaref'Tmouth 5:20 P. M. Arrive t L Porte 7:00 P. M. Trsinsntn bv T,i Porte time, which is kept at E. Wt'. Jwilrv tor-, nnt U 15 minute slower tan P., Ft. W....

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 April 1863

CASH STÖRE! VOLUME 4 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 18. m PLY iiOl;Ti! DEMOCRAT.'""!1'"!0 tho D. E. VASVALKESSUaaH. : : Editor PLVMOITII, ;ini.4X: - I IIUHSDAY -.APIilJ oU, I oh J ft i "V CORIOIlATIOX COXTEXTIOX. LKMOi IlATS ATTEND ! ! On Saturday. ih 21 day of May, 1863.1 there will lw a Democrat G.rr oration Convention held at '.he Court Uou-?e in Plymöuih for the purpose of nominating a;cyof the administration or which baa- J 1.1.1 . . 1 1 tkk. t for the t-rui'ig Corporation election Conven ion to bo held r.t 1 o'clock P. M. Let al. attend. By order of Gwmitteb. General Order Xo. 0. 1 1 SADQIWRTER DiST. OF I.'D. D-parmen oi the Ohio, .Indianapolis. April 25. 1SG3. Tri assuming command of the Ditriet cf Indiana, tho General commanding deems it aivi aijiv! and proper to isuu the follow ing orier, to the end that all may be ad v i -cd of lhe principles which will govern hi uction: f . Ilr has no proclamations to issue nor policy to adopt. That has already been done, by the Com...

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 April 1863

4 - v THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT., NUMBER 160 VOLTBIE ".4 - 1 4 4 1 V THE- DEMOCRAT Local -an d Miscell aneo us. Ir U lm't'd by all who hive tried Mm" that IUssler t1cs Photographs unsur passed, in finUh, tone and correctness, by Bay artis. in the West. He lets no poor arwcimens loavo his gallery. Ksxt Monday is Crpora:;on election Lv. We publish a call for a contention celt Saturday to nominale a democratic tickat. W should be watchful in all our eifction. None .ire of solitti itnponitance Si ( i justify tic in neglecting tham. Let nanuminata good ticket Sulurday . And eleot it Mondsv. WEub'i.h, i:i this iasuf, the Exhibit of tha Treasurer of thj Corporation, and di rect esp-cia! atu n to it. Our Corpura-ti-:i i, 07 the ;.idicioii3 niantment and inmy ol lho present Board of Trustee, Traa from debt, with ta-juey in the trea-u- Cin the memory of the oldst inhabit-! arit. reach La:k tu the period when such ws vor b.-iore t!io cue in or Corpora tion? By h urgi-nt rtqus-: of several c...

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 April 1863

VOLUMS A THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. K UMBEL; 16o Daily and Weokly IitDim STATE SENTINEL. lOQl-Q. Sew let the prei tho peopVs rights suiatais, Ua iWeJ iuünence aud unbought by gain." The Dull ami Weekly State Sentiae I are the ez.ui 1 or a of the Detsocracr or Indiana. Ai it hi in the paJt. the entinI will continue t3 advocate those principles and measures which are best ealcu'.ateJ to advasce the 1 appiness, the prosperity aud the freedom of tae people from all uejuit i tuueeeseare restraints. While cheer taiu sust-iiniau the Government as loyal citizcaa ih-uM, the Sentinel will vigilantly watch all en croachments upon popular rights and the true prin- ... .- " i ft rri r i e ;plef t C9lllltUllOnl uoervj. I iir irccuuia J i icii and the f ee-loin of the press are necessary to sraierre and secure free institutions. Whoa tHeie re struck down, no matter what may be the ' polony therefor, fro that day dates the decline cf Vii'ricMi liberty. In order to form a more j perfe". union, es...

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. — 14 May 1863

i - " - " . 1 i' ' ' i.- . . "... . '-.' ' " .J 7 " ' HERE LET THE PREOO THE PEOPLE'S RIOnTsf MAINTAIN; UNA WED BY INFLUEMCE 'AND Ulf BOUGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME -SEKIES; PLYMOUTHv INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY U, 1803. X UM BEI: lVIIOLE 'o.J7I. - - . - r f A HALF SHEET. Last week vre published no paper, and this week wo 3re unable to present our readers with but a half-shect. Most of pur patrons are aware of the cause which renders tbeso failures unavoidable. On Ttteday raoruing'. May 5th. at about 5 o'clock o were arrested by a Lieutenant and twelve soldiers under order of Genei al Haseall, for our editorial relatire to his order number 3. We were conveyed to ... Indianapolis and from there to Cincinnati, where we wre discharged by Gen. Burn 6ido unon taking an obligation to disobey tune of the orders i ued from tho ar Department, support tho Con nstitutioii of j the United JSiates &:c. Gen. Hawaii's order of arrest also sup pressed tho publication of the Democrat, I.vnce the paper was no...

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. — 14 May 1863

VOLUME 4 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 15. THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. D. E. VAirVALKENBUEQH. : : Editor PLYMOUTH, IX HI AX : Thursday. May 14, t8f3. A few of our patrona have iiuju'red of us during the past week if our paper would continue to be Democratic. The question, we presume, has suggested itself Ui mm? f our friends. We answer, one and all, without liberty to publish a dem ocratic journal we shall get out of the .prin'ing business at once, at any sacrifice. Helieving the principles of Democracy to be the piinciplea upon which our Govern ment is founded, and must be perpetuated,! if it be perpetuated, we, in boyhood, gave! in our adherence to that party, and shall be faithful to that adheience. The dog-nas, i ma and sophistries of all opponents to the Democratic party, are dangerous to our Constitutional Govern-; ment, and must be opposed by all nncere lovers of the Govern ment; we love our Government its national pride, glory and free institutions and are in duty bound to...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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