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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 February 1864

- -NB-ä&jM 3S Volume o. THE PTiYltfOÜTII WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. :U3IRER30 Hon. Art .(fall. la & conmunicatio e Washington Ca33titution Mr. Kenuan 3ay?: A correspondent inquires ofae whether I will support for the Presidency any other nan than Gen. McClellan, i nouIJ another be nomicaiei by the Democratic liatioaal Convention. I answer that I will eupport any competent mm of unqiiescionsble loy alty who can best unite the conservatires 01 the country agiinst the disorganize who new cmatrol the. Oorcrncifent. I ara not acquainted with Gen. McClcllan; but I admire him for hia talent?, his virtues, a.nd lila loyalty. I sympathise with him in the wicked persecutions he has patently en dured; and I think the v?rong.; T7hich the couatry hcU suffered through him, can be mj3t anpropruueiy redre3ci by placing him at ths had of ths Gorerntarat It U a conmon trick of the principle American conjuror to make his wife sud denly disappear from the eyes of the ?pec Ut3i3. ( If he cculd teach to ot...

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. — 3 March 1864

TP L Y MO UTH DEMOCRAT. ii HERB LET THE PRESS THE PDOPLE'3 RIGHT Ü MAINTAIN; UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." i i I i - 3 i VOLUME 9. J.I.IWJ1J mii JLiJ! LL-L J TIE PLYMB1TH PÜÜUSIIKD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY OS303NH & VANVALKENBURGH. J. F. VAXVALKKXISUKGir. ; ESSi. CARDS- M. A. O. PACKARD, ("attorney and counselor. T I- a. "W. Plymouth, s I Indiana. vDul5 MARTIN KHÜPP, ILiTing rermenently located iu Tlvmouth, tcnlera his professional services to the citizens. of Marshall County. lie will give particular attention to prosecuting CLAIMS FOR PENSIONS. BOUNTIES, sal Arrears of Soldiers' r.iy, before the proper departments. . . 3 J- Olli-e in front of Democrat Printing UUicc. Nov. 5, v'Jul 1 tf , C- 1 ni Mnr-liiliro . Aitorners.iaJ Notanes.Plyraouth, Mortal ICo., lleaotte & Co.,Ptt-bxrslif Hon. A. L,. uooii , Cinruit Judje, Laort,lnl. i7 T. PHILIPS, Attorney and Counselor at Law Plymouth, Marshall Co-.Ind. 13-OFSICE IN WOODWARD'S BLOCICxf Practiecsin Ma...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 March 1864

VOLUME 9. TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 3i THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. U. OSISOKXa;, : : : : Editor. VI. V 31 0 IJT II , 1 3 i I X X : I JI V II S 1) A Y, -MAI!, ,i, lb - " . .ä:-a Av - - tÄi Coercion or Sere ion. Iji the year ISiil ths M. C. Republican (I. Mittiugly editor; speaking with refer ence to the adjustment of the difl'culties between the North and the South, used thi' f..dhwingIanguagc : If ho compromise c;::i hu agreed upon --- -- . .lit would inefer iwacaWc seceiou to a bloody t'l.-.t vrili I. s.ttii:ictrv to lue ou.ii, e i 1 1 ! a- arid desolating war. -We do not comwl enccssi.s that ... . . t A.-.T l .f intr them many valuable hve.s would be j 1 t, a i I the i'U-iness and prosperity of j .. .! th; country destroyed. Are we willing to e:; lure thee evils fr the r ake of compell ing the Slave States against their will to 'relfwun In the Fnion ? Would they be "hny better s:iri-i:-.d niHer they are cumber ed ? We think the South has no sufficient -uie for desiring adi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 3 March 1864

NUMBER 31 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 0. THE DEMOCRAT- Local ad Miscellaneofs. , i i n ! j at t 4 ; :111!nriiA fl,,. Adverti?cmcnt-. to insure insertion the- baiiic week, laust be Lroiitlit in a5 early as ' Tuesday noii. An OfCccr iu the Army Writes: "At infl ection I noticed that a larirc proportiuti of the men's knapsacks contained a box ofTrwheSjLein.ir generally used ly them for coM etc." - Uroira's Broiuhntl Tro chts" should he in every s ddier's knapsack ur pocket, to he use ! on the first appear-, i' i i l mice ol a coKI or cnu-h. j . - i T j ('oil closed m cW 1 oik yesterday :it , Mii-tlcnl Convention. We take pleasure in announcing: to our , citizens throughout the country that ar- j . r:inenifMts have Inn inaue lor nie imra- i t i n . 1 . 1 T 1 i j CA...,.,(;.,n Ph-io.aitli xuH .i.-i.ea.u uu-... v lasting lour ilnys. hejrinnii ir Mn:liy m l ti .i ....1 ,.1 ,r Tlnr morning .March IRh. and cIomii- 1 h,ir-j tliv nifht the 17th with a G rand ( 'olicelt. , . ' . , . . ...

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. — 3 March 1864

.nai t . -irr. .. r r VOLUME 0. L iJL JL ILi-ü IIA V iJ i JL V L'i li'i U äi 3 IL? B!i lU U jfö A T. T2icn and A'oiv. From tbc Wavcrly Magazine. Tlie rushing waters of the rapid Potomac ,'lMo cn sty inly now r.s tlicy iTul throe years oo. Hat how changed around it ! Once beautiful woodland crowned its banks, . broad jrrccu fields stretched far away, plenty smiled in every State. The morn inFonM of birds ascended in a sk r on clouded by the smoke from musketry. The breath of the morning was fresh, not laken with sulphurous odors. Now, alas! where once stood flourishing villages, there is nothing to be seen but charred and blackened ruins. Here the ground is ploughed up by a bursting shell. Yonder is a house in flames, and its inmates turn ed l. jiueless into the wide world. The battle is over, the victory won, the KUin"1 sun sinks behind the hills'. A dense rluud of smke hangs over the battle-field. The gr..a;:s of the dying are heard, and the dead are tramj.led by the foot uf the wa...

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. — 10 March 1864

Li .1 .i i i...:.. 1. i:... . . i.i u.u.i.M.iN;..-;., ana a lonrr O LTMOUTH WEEKLY DEM OC 'HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLB'3 RIGHTS MAI IT TAIN; UN AWED BY INFLUENCE AND TJN BOUGHT BY GAIN." PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAECH 10, 18G4. NUIIU-IK 32. VOLUME 9. i i r - 'i J mfUSm IfflY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY O530RNE & VANVALKENBURGH. J. e. OSBORVK. J- F. TANVALKENBt'RfJH. i TERMS Or SFPCUIPTION: 1 f in advance, or within th-co months. $2,00 . . ., .,, - .,ran mnfl-a ... "2,50 I f not paid tvilain tr.rec monu.s ' F ., O No rnrfr be d'"'cont,r"Jd UDlu a"; arrearages are nles3 at the opuoa i ..- rublishers. BUSINESS CAKDS J ! M. A. O. PACKARD, A7T03MEYAHD COUNSELOR A. T I- A. AV Tlvmontli,i:: Inrtiana. T9nl5 REEVE-& CAPRON. Aitomevs m l Notarie?, Plymouth, Morshal ICo., In L, practica Marshall and adjoining conn- tios. R kters to IJabeock & Co.. rii-lp.'.Wodjrej & Co., New YorktCooI-y,F::r.v!:!l .,..r i j & I5ru..C iv-e'. Loudon to., I...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 10 March 1864

mil ill ... .7 iii'Mi ill 1 Hill .11 Li... in rnrirri vui.ie o.ii ie-. o it' u t rr- .. ..,i.,:m: i :.;.f t'.- i o . ; ' i. . -.. .t.; r'l-i ;.. u.oi V3LUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. X UMBER 3L Wlfje pi ViTAITfTl Hp IfIf!) IfH I 1 ilL i Li JlUl I Ii illUlflllll , z.-.r - ----- -- - - f 11 043tflt'r .... t',mi- j - - -: rr: : j PLYM O UTS I , X X D I A X : T II r s I A Y . M A H. 10. i$0d.! , ; ; j otors ill um?1. beiten, an 1 thrr.vu from a . . ... . . .i . i i:, i wmuow Ol in .iiie i- iue rouuu a ui truce of ne'ir thirty feet. The following is the account of the cor respondent of the Cinciniuttti Enquirer, who was present at the time: "V.'e arrive 1 at Ibyt.-non the morning! train from ihe X...nh. On our way to the! Iiotel, bells swanded the alarm of fire. As we aearel the principal streets, shouts of m d,. mob," saluted our ears, followed by j , T- cr 1 : erics of "the I uiptrc ofhee is beincr mob- 1 ' j be i" au exclamation winch seemed to be I tt . . 1,. 1. .... 1.1 1 ! ;...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 10 March 1864

NUMBER 32. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 9. i 'r, 2 I I 1 1 THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. The Hoard of County Commissioners is in session this week. Head the "Resolutions of the Lal'urte Democracy, they are sound to the core. The musical Convention tobe heI 1 at AVestervelts Hall in this place begins next week. Lovers of go-.d music will loubt- lc be made the happy recipients of a rare treat by attending the convention. Ail - mission Ontle:nen SI. Ladies f0 cent. ior attendance during the rernl. Ii .1' "w m ,.niM-,tc t The Kev. Albrt L. A oil will oxalate A . Thomas church. lMvmouth ( Lpiscopal) r ,:v ovt ni.rnin:: and cvcn.mr. oil CUH'vi.i n-.-i, o . . . v.. , 10. O'clock ... , Iin.1iv utilise! each morning until Laster bun da, ujhm . otherwise announced. I 'Uiehmond Mi'.h. Flour, liread, J. A j Hailev & Co." Such was the curious com- j bination of thoughts passing through ourj mind the other day, just ufter a hearty i: r.iVn t.ii.nr better half about . . i . 11 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 10 March 1864

VOLUME 0. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 39 Tlic Dcmoerucy nnd the War. "It i.s said," says the Lomluii Iti'lex, '-that Northern Democrats nrc about to publish a national a.Llres.-i advocating a vigorous prosecution of the war, but Oppo lding the unconstitfitrn:il measures of the Administration. That is, they uphold the cause but object tathe effect. There xmst be very fevr such people, or else the Uni ted States must have more than an aver age number of citizens who arc not capable oi the simplest process of reasoning." The above criticism applies to some pretended democrats, but not tu the mass of the party. The democracy generally arc opposed to the war per , and to its further prosecution npon any pretence. They do not believe that there can be such a thing as the c.irmng on of the war un der the Constitution. They know that I'uion can never be restored by any kind of Wif, except such a Union as that between Poland and Russia, and to that they are opposed. They arc schemin...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 March 1864

TO TMO r "HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIOHTSl MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INPLUSIiCS AND UN BOUGHT B T GAIN. WEEK LT "DEMOCRAT. s . J i VOLUME 9. Til Mill ma DEMOEHAT rUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, BY OSBORNE &, VANVALKENBURGH. 8. 0S3JRXR. 1. F. VAMVALKENBl'RGH, TF.llMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: If paid in advance, or within three months, $2.00 If not paid within three months 2,50 ID No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Publishers. BUSINESS CAKDS- attorneys. M. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY ANO COUNSELOR AT L A. TV. Plymouth,:! Iiitlianu r3al 5 C APRON. AltorneTsand Notaries, Plymouth, MorshallCo., Iq I-, practicein M irshall and adjoining coun ties. KEfERSto liabcocK K w., rncips,uouge fz Co.,New York, Cooly,Farwcll Ä: Co., Gor. W f- Ur,..Chici!ro. Loudon & Co., Phila., Gn f r.enette & Co., Pittsburgh, Hon. A. L. OsboiL, Circuit Judge, Lnport.lnd. D. T. PHILLIPS, Attorney and Counselor at Law Aal War C1-"4 -Ajront, Ply...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 17 March 1864

CAi!-5f. -&r-" v. h vttfc'l 2Ä'5 I -.. - i VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 23 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT J. c;. OSKORXK, : Editor. rLYTfOL'TII, IXniA: T II ÜK8D A Y , M A R. IT, 1804. 1 I IVlint It Means Thesccesh family North and South have always worked in harmony as well as they ; could under the circumstances. It is true that there are times when they lose sight' , . . ii a r 1 i c f each other and are mutirillv at iault a I U, t..'..M ! to wmt tiiev musi no. uMn.ii.uiirai.iwiM- t -j , - apt to be interrupted; and the southern wc further say that tunj person who can j head of cabbage that a few years ago portion consequently are in doubt what write a legible hand and has knowledge uld have cost him but three cents, now their brethren in oursection mean by their of the proper forms and method of makin-! fetches a ten cent shinplasler In the mar movemcnt; while the Northern traitors democrat or aboli-! tct; that in fact almost everything has tli L uiuiuiv. v v ivv vw...

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. — 17 March 1864

NUMBER 33 VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT Local, ad Miscellaneous. Democratic Sleeting. The i'cuiocratä of Union Township arc repeated to meet at the Shirley b'ehocl Loue, in sail townsdaip, on Saturday, March 10, liMU, For the , purpose of nom inating tiivahip ofiiccr?- 5y order of Township Committee. We call attention to the letter of Mr. Valla inlizliam contained in another col umn, relative to the attack upon the Em pire ofiicc at Dnyton Ohio. The letter need.-1 no comment.-. Dr. II. DAVENruRT, Surgeon Den tist, will visit Plvr.iouth. for the purpose vf praetiein- ids profession, the last Tues day and AVdnc-.i:iy of each month. Teeth set on Cold, Silver and lluhbcr. and Jillin done In the Lest of style. AH work v-uarantecd to give satisfaction. Rooms at the Edwards House. Collection of Claims. Head J. S. Scott's card in this week's paper. Mr. Scott is a prompt, gentlemanly and in dustrious Col'evtor well and favorably known in our c nuity. First class refer ...

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. — 17 March 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 3 Having a. Purpose. Youngster school-boy, clerk or appren tice a word or two in your ear. If yon desire su ?cetrs in any matter pertaining to this life or the comings you mnst have a purpose, a determination, that God help ing you, you will achieve micccss. Von may be poor, fricmlless.unknown your clothing scant, your stomach hall' filled, your place may be at the foot of the ladder; no matter. "Whatever your position may be, do your duty in it, stoutly and perse veringly, with our ryes fixed far ahead and upward. Keeping the purpose before you that you zcillrhe, be obedient to your employ er, attentive to your business, obliging to your shopmates, and courteous to stran gers, and seize every opportunity to im prove your Vari, your mind, and your workmanship. Do every thing well no flighting, no hiding defects, aiming al ways to perfection. "Watch those who arc skillful, and strive to equal and excel them. Secure the friendship of all ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 24 March 1864

rV-T 5f 4 Iff! I rr. w: .-T:--'.-r.r v r'n r '-V ; Lcwr thr-u any ustabFubttent !a ' v'J l-23 Iv i i.i il ir i hü oilli'. i i J5.1AI7CH at7l:':,::ut::. Oa from 10 A.?,'. f l- M.,i 1 t. .1 P. M. I m. 'I l' i v n-m!:!;.r"'!'r ' v?i)!5 It. J- F. LAXfiKS15AU;iI, u...o. ' - j.r."j,.a.an I O T A Y V l'ßM V and wifi irnnsute K?al I-r.itnfntn from oue !.".Tür!'a?p t. titf othr or, r&rtnutr..?c tom. fr? vi i-1 atfli tse ückiir.wIfii'ciiitiiU nfil.Itn f 7?,r,, ..T 1. o t.r. PTTMOTTTTT WFTTTO Y Ä T JTLX IWlvJ'iJ JLjLiL Vv IIljjLLjJk JU X I ) v j Iwl JjI, A H HERB LET THH PSCS3 TUE PEOPLE'S HIÖHTd MAINTAIN; UUAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNSOUGHT BY GAIN." i: t. l'.vi.i, Hall. nrd t . ties fr T it ri -i VOLUME 0. i. - ir.. -. I bot TTtmTTt vsmiY PPinpSi'? f FUBLliiL-.U KVL'IY THURSDAY AT ri.YMTUTIf.i INDIANA, BY OSSOPIMI VAMVALKSNSURßH. i. cv.i isn: j. r. VAJfViiKrxEt'aüH. TF.RMS OP SUR-CRirfTON If rU in .v!v u.ce, er v'.ili.v. th:-3 months, j If not :ahi ith:a three nviTith.. , . t n ; ill be dHc...

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. — 24 March 1864

111 1 i-.,.. ui uuauMi. .ue cvmn, cohmuuics "va.t- ward'.s P ock. Ciisto,( r, 511 fin.l VOLUME 9. THE PLYMO U T H WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. XUMBER 34 I THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. Gr. OSHOIWL', : Hditoi. PLY3IOITII, IXniA: Center 'JToiviiMlilp Keinocrallc not less than ? Convention. The democratic Convention for Center Tuwi s'iin was by mistake, stated by us last week tobe on the 19th instead of the 2ütli cf this month. It will be hell at the Court House n next Saturday the 2Gth inst. at 2 o'clock P. 31. Wc hope to sec a Fcvcn times the as?c5.?ctl val- t'nll for 200,000 Men Another Draft Ordered. Executive Mansion, Washington ) March 14, 1SG4 f GKN'ERAL ORDERS, ) No. 100. r In order to supply the force rcqnircd to be drafted for the navy, and to provide an adequate reserve for all contingencies i in addition to the 500,000 men called for Fcbuary 1, 18G4, the call is hereby made, and a draft ordered for 200,000 men for the military service of the army, navy and marine corps of the United States...

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. — 24 March 1864

Nicht, THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 31 VOLUME 9 it -i 1 THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneofs. If you want to buy the cheapest Prints In town, go to Calkins - The Democracy of Polk Township, arc revested to meet on Saturday 2 o'clock P. M. at Mayes wagon Shop, in Tyncr city, t nominate candidates for the April election. A young man who has worked at the printing business about three years is desi rous of obtaining a situation in an office. For particulars address Charles Uelangcc Plymouth Indiana. Pr. AV. II. PaYenporf. Surgeon Den tist, will be at the Edwards House on next Tuesday and Wednesday, when those who desire any thing done in the line of den tistry can be accommodated, and satisfac tion guaranteed. The Dr. is a Xo. 1 workman, and we are confident will give entire satisfaction. It is liii design to visit Plymouth regularly on the last Tues day and Wednesday of each month. George Kock has just received another larjre addition to his stock of Poots and Shoes which he is...

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. — 24 March 1864

Volume o. TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. number si Treatment orSIcU St d ots. ?LEDGtJ ri.ANT.VTI, ALABAMA, r fO. '-.5 , 1 C-I . To the Lditor of the Li.quTer: It is witli tlie jurpo-e of sliowi ig the style that busincii is done u, ly the present party in power, tli.it I a hires-? you. It has Leen the puff ami blow of Northern stay-at-home Abolitionists, of the good care ami treatment of our wounded:; ml disabled, and how the Government dune ;ill of tliU free of cliai. Itd as fal. e as the princi ples of their party. Tl.o moment a soldier gets disabled so that he can not do duty, he is loft behind to be shipped and ln.n.cje.1 aron.ul wherever quicks and thieves see fit to send him, .in I every mac he travels hi- i? charged tranportatioü, tobe taken out of Iiis pay of U cents per day. Such f .- ror-Ti r- fr mn wb.ri br Vi fS 71! ! ii"vi t;i !ll. . , T, , , -, , v I r prM is wor.'C than Lau s br-daer st r.Iim: , his blessings from li;s blind father- Your, j JOSE I'll fOX Co. 1. Öd Bit....

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 March 1864

attpndcl to in fctarke a:d luijoaini;' ounu.. n u. i'ivui.i.Ujii,cupv. a s; or a ookiu ir h-. rd a i.r.ne, f-M i -..i.. i i. . . i 9 t. ... ! 2:.'-9A. .M. ; tlic T. inteu .vtatcs. .uarcli it!i, l'4.j U . . . . . . , , , 7 r i -t"'"?"' iu:-i icrnuK 1 vr ' t JLj 1 JM.1JU XJci I 'HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN AWED BY INPLUEtlCE AND ÜNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 0. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜKSDAY, MAIICTI 31, 1864. NUMBER 36. y V. ) : .4 3 it in mm ram emmiat PUBMSIIKO i:VEHY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY OS30RNE &, VANVALKüNBURGH. J. . OiBTRtS. J- r. VAXVAl.KENBCRGH. tkums or srnsciurnox: If paid in advance, cr viiliin th.ee month. 5.0.01 Jf not paid witoln three months S-e0 C Nu paper vrill be discontinue! until .ill arrearages arc pxiJ, unless at the option of the Publisher. CARDS- attoviifflis. r.I. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AHO COM SEL0Ü T -v. v. Plymouth, : : Intliii T9nl5 . ! n Ivl'Cfl ACIIUT j County Recorder, and Attorney I Ij Tou!itv mrncvaa l hack pay of S...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 March 1864

VOLUME 9 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 35 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSBOIKXE, : Editor. PLYMOUTH, I.niA 4 : Tjiüe8Dat, Mar. 31, 1804. Tlie Prograßinie Foreshadowed. "Wc invite the especial attention of the democrats of Marshall county to the fol lowing broad intimation of the manner in which the elections are to be carried by the loyalists this fall, which we clip from an abolition exchange : "We caamt urg upon tho Uaion men of this cannir too much, the importunes. of the spring Election. Trustee are to elect for fach township, and aa they are the inspectors of elections, in view of the important elections to take place next fall, the should be reliable U km men." It thus seems that the Union Leaguers are determined to carry the fall elections by manipulating Township Trustees for that purpose. 4iIn view of the important elections to take place next fall, they &houId be reliable Union men" that is to say, if rotes are needed to carry the important elections next fall, h...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 March 1864

NUMBER 35 VOLUME 9. TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. Wc call attention to the advertisement of A. Harris, Watchmaker and Jeweler, iu another Column of to-day's paper. Mr. Harris is an excellent workman, and, wc bespeak for him a liheral share of patron- aire. - Freah Lemons and Orangca, at Cleve- land & Work's. KEMF.5!Hrn.that next Monday is the day of the spring election, and let no tri vial circumstance keep you away from the polls. Go early, see that your democratic democratic ticket, don't go to swoppin ! ns candidates with the abolitionists on any pretext or for any purpose whatever, if you do you arc sure to he cheated in the ope-. i ration. nr, .rMr. J.P. Scott, Collector fhowcJ us the other day, a retustcr Klk . horn found cuibsdJol in . marsh inj Oroe'n township, m this county. The relic j . . cMth r.f reservation. ! n in a rcniariwiiuic v. t - and quite a cr:rosity. If you want to buy the cheapest Prints iu town. ?o to tins Y would c...

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