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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 31 March 1864

VOLUME 0. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Abuse of Federal Soldiers al Knoxville by the Cincinnati Gazette, From the D.uton (0.) Empire. Pro tem." the Knoxville correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette, in a recent letter froi:i ''the front." is any tiling but compli mentary in Lis allusions to the 'brave boys" of the command tu which tho Ga zette has assigned Lhn for !:.iecial" eor ccspontlenee. Hear him impute "c ntdul ifin" to the Union defenders to the men who are bearing the ::old fin.:," just as cooly as if they were so many prefatory Visigoths: u15otk soldiers :,nd citizen? hare reason to rejoice that bri-Titcr prospects Tie before them. Ever since our advance into East Tennesseo wc have been carrying on op erations under very great difficulties. The sufferings of our soldiers for two months after the siege, were unprecedented in the history of our present stniirgle, anl the de Htructivencss and vandalism of nur soldiers have brought down most intense suffering upon the citizens...

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. — 7 April 1864

DEMOCEA "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLOE TCl! AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 9 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, APBIL 7, 1864. NUMBER 3fc PLYMOUTH! WEEKLY nn f , IS MI TOUT BHIQEH&T rüBLISHSD EVERY THORSDAY AT PLY I'JUTII.I INDIANA, BY fcSBORc S & VANVALKENBURGH. i. . . J. F. TAM VALKENBORGH. TF -MS OF SUBSCRIPTION: ! id in advanee. er within ihre. months, $2,00 If not paid within three months $-5 5T No paper will be di-cominued until all arrearages are paid, unleM tl"i option of the Publisher? BUSINESS CARDS- SUtornrv. M. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELOR AT I- -A. W. Plymoatli, : I Iiwlliintl. r9ol S. A. M' CR A CK IN, County Recorder, and Attorney At Law, Knox, .Starke County, Indiana. Will make Collections, pay Taxe?, examine Titles to Real Esutü, tike acknowledgements of Deeds, Morta-re, kc. All matters of L.iti ition attended to in Starke and adjoining Counties. IT Bounty money and hack pay of Soldiers, and Tensor., collected. Remittanc...

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. — 7 April 1864

9 VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DE3IOCII A T. NUMBER 36 n iv J. G. OSUii.i:, : i:Ii(or. IT. Y JI O IT II, I.IUM: T ji v n s d a y , A i i:. 7, 1S04. Tilt' Outbreak ill Illinois. t'n.icr tlu above caption, the Logansport .Journal ren.arks as follows: The 1 v.'lers of the Pemoc-ratie 'arty are re.ousible for this outbreak. anl ui - .1 1 11 11". 1 ' I mi their he ols is the blood of the innocent victims Main. Thc j have winke! atre.sistar.ee to the l.iwi nay. they have openly counselled it. They have encourairc'l mobs, ami in al most evcrv instance where t lie laws have .1. .,.1 ..:..t . x i..-.. i..,l ! . ir 1 l 1 JJemoeratic oQccrs have tioeii enragctl ml agisting or .(iiietly aejuitscin- in the j crimes coinmitted by others of the party. Thc-c riots are not without .1 cause. They have their source in thc devüsh tnmhnitn.nc vtf flu mnn in tlt rrt c1wi arc to-dav t lottinir the ruin of the Gov-! eminent. "We clip the above from the Journal not because it is .inirular or straube in its...

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. — 7 April 1864

VOLL E 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER SC THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. The latest stjle of Hoop Skirts can be hid at the Auction Store. fitxlej's Lady's Hook, is always laden with the sweetest stores of fashion and filled tj overflowing with choice liiw ccllaisy. It is a regular viitant at our - Sannum and well worthy of patronage hy evr.-y intelligent lady. The April num Irris an improvement if possible upon its predecessors, tio.ey is dtt-Mdly the m nlus n'ti-a of Magazines. Dr. XV. II. Davenport. Surtrcon IVn tist. will visit I'lymouth regularly vn the last Tuesday aid Wednesday of each month. Teeth set on .oM, Silver, or Rubber; all work warranted. Rooms at the Edwards House. vOnCG-tf Fur the best Boots and Shoe?, go to the j Auction fc'tore of Ejrjrleston k Dro. A Kiss on tlac fIy. Talk anut a kis on tlie sly, a kiss i m v ii 1 ron- throu M)Tious grin 's r.reiVr the moment off i band and father he was kind and affeetion their -aard all that is doubtless very at...

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. — 7 April 1864

- . , . VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 3G A Moment of Horror. The Mobile Rejistcr U answerable for the following: About twenty-three years ago Jake Willard had cultivated the soil of Baldwin county, and drawn therefrom a support for himself and wife. He is childlesi. Not Ions ajro Jake left the house in search of a missing cow. His route led him thro' an old worn out path of clay land, of about six acres in extent, in the center of which was a well twenty-five or thirty feet deep, that at some time probably had fur nished the inhabitants of a ruined house near by with water. In passing the spot an ill-wind lifted Jake's hat from his head and malicit U wafted it to the edge of the well, anu tumbled, catlumix. Xow Jack had always practiced the vir tue of economy, and he immediately set about the recovery of the lost hat. He ran to the well and finding that it was dry at the bottom, he uncoiled the rope which he had brought for the purpose of cap turing the truant cow, ...

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 April 1864

OCRAT o "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BY GAIN VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APEIL 14, 1864. NUMBER 37. PLTMO TTHPT'I DEM 1 i ft PLYMQQTH rTTJrTTTTr nr.Hnnn i mm mwm rUBLISUKD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH,! INDIANA. EY OSBORNE l VANVALKENBURGH. I. C. OSBORNE. 1- T. VANVALKENCURGIf. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: . , . ,1,8 o() If PaiJ in advance, or imhm throe months, J-.O j If not paid within three months $-l) ; IT No naner will Le dkconthuied until all arrearages ars pmu, um v ... . . r 1 ' Publishers. BUSINESS CARDS- M. A. O. PACHARtf, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A T ?9al5 z s IiKliiUia. S. A. M'CRACKIN, County Reeorder, and Attorney At Laic, kn , Starke County, Indiana. Will rvxV.c Collection-, pay Taxe?, examine Titlea to Real Lsute, tako acknowledgements oi Deeds, Mort-ajre, kc. All matters oi titration . attended tt in starte ana a..juuun .uhihh-.-. IT Bounty money sr.d l ack pay of Soldier?, and Pension', collected. Ilfinittai...

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 April 1864

I I , .. " "" VOLUME 0. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 37. it t . 'i 1 4 . t 1 4 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j. c. osajoiiva:, : t S:di(or. nAMIOUTII, IXHIAX : T Ji u n s d a y , Arn. 14, tSU. Lincoln versus ll:c Constitution. A pertinent question for the American people to a-k themselves and thoir rulers at the present time is this: '-Can a man fiipport Mr. Lincoln and hi3 policies, and at the same time support the Constitution of the United States Democrats have no trouble in answering this question they invariably regard the; policies cf Mr. Lin coln as iu direct antagonism to ihe Cou etitution. and hence respond to the ques tion with au emphatic NO. For so doing they have su fie red abtue and obi ;quyun measured, at the hands of a venal and cor-1 rupt administration pra.s nave ueen uc- rupt :iUin:n;s:ration prej nounccd as traitors, Sympathizers with rebellion, aad enemies cf their country. Some of them have been arrested by the strong ana of military absolutism, and in carcera...

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. — 14 April 1864

NUMBER 37 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Volume 9. TI IE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. The cheapest and lest fiuc cut, Smoking and plug tobaccos at Calkiis. Capt. Matt. I3oyd left for Indianapolis on Monday last, ire pr-ci fro 0TC to his Regiment (the 7IM.) at Nashville. Joseph K. Vankirk, who escaped from the jail of this county some two weeks ajro. is still at larjre. The New (Jrocery Store of Clcavcland md Work, 1st dxr west of Becker's cor ner, is in full 1 last. 0. & Y. are con Ftantly receiving; new goods cf the best ualitv. an I .sell for cash, or exchange for all kinds of produce. They nbo pay ca-h ; , , , , . .. 1 f I lor marketable producta ot almost cery port. We have always found them affable,: 1 . . attentive to customers, and honest in their , dealins. and bespeak for them a share of. ' public patronage. ! " ,rr 77 . 1 . ca f i J aie-r srvie i limit's iiai, :vin.:n at the Auction Store. TV . - T .... vj...,.t fAwnnnn ' J 1 i U l LI II.. liKl "Uiiw.iv 1VH.11W11 ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 14 April 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 3 A Dispatch to Mr-Lincoln. The following dispatch has bevn lately Bent to 3Ir. Lincoln hy one of the Smith family: "Cincinnatti, April 2, 1SG4. "To Abraham Lincoln, President of the Uni ted tates, Washington: "Wouldn't you like to havo a good Ma jor General to crush this 'cruel war?' ilavc had ten day's experience as hih pri vate durintr our siece, in one of our Lest city home guard companies. I am srood looking, five tejt seven (boots off). Would fend my photograffbut the telcgraff man pays he ain't taking any frate to day. Will send it by rail as soon as I get it took. An swer quick. Father Abraham, stating salary and whether you think I might work my self into the White House or not, provid ing you are not a candidate. Now dew, father Abe. "JOHN SMITH, Esq." A rebel captain who had escaped from Johnson's Island, recently enlisted in the 3Sth Ohio Veterans, while that regiment wa3 home on furlough and for recruiting business. When th...

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. — 21 April 1864

1 - ;. - V 7 PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT HERD LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RICrHtfB MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNEOTJGHT BY GAIN. VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, APRIL 21, 1864. N um bei: SS V! f. 'i mwm tout tmocuTf i ... - XI PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH,! INDIANA, BY 08BORNZ &, VANVALKENBUrGH. . . 03IORNS. J- r. VAÜ VALKEN Bl'RGH. TERMS OF SUliSCUIPTlOX: If paid in a-lvance, or within three months. ... 1 f.l .1 . nnll. 2. If no: paid within three months S I No Piper tv ill be discontinued until all j ige are paU. unless at the option of the . -n t - ,1: .AA..tmiin1 until Sill Hrreara; Publishers. BUSINESS CARDS SMtowctjis. M. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A. T J- vv. Plymouth, : I Indiana. v9al& 3. A. M'CRACKIN, County Recorder. nd Attorney At Laic , snoi, Starke County. Indiana. HMi t-, flection?. tav Taxes, examine Titles to Ileal Estate, take acknowledgement ot i Deeds, Morles kc. Ad nyittftri oi uupai.on .tow?.i min Starke and adjoining Counti...

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. — 21 April 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. KU3IBER 38 : j J, G. OSnORXL, : : : : Kditor. 1 SXnf AS : M.YTIOUTH, T IIUKSP A Y, APH. 21, ISfi - l - Schuyler Colfax. This gentleman a few days ago 'aa the fire oipseudo patriotism, alias malig nant xiiscceen partizanism burning with Puch fen or in his heart and brain and , bones that he was compelled to descend : from thc Speaker's chair aid offer a Reso lution for the expulsion cf 3Ir. Long of Ohio from his seat in Congress for words spoken in debate. The objectionable lan guage was an expression of the sentiment entertained by Mr. Long, that under the destructive policies of the administration at Washington in the conduct of the war with the South, we have left only one of two alternatives, either an acknowledg ment of the Independence of the South, or thc subjugation and extermination of the people of the rebellious States, and that of the two he preferred the former. This created quite a stir among the Misec gens, and the great little m...

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. — 21 April 1864

NUMBER 3g THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. Volume 9. the democrat- local and Miscellaneous. The vote on the sword question, at the New York Sanitary Fair, stood as follows on Saturday night: McClellan, 5,851; Grant, 5,65G; McClellan's majority 195. By the explosion tf the boiler of the gunboat Chenango, in New Ycrk harbor, on Friday last, thirty.five persons were in jured, of whom twenty -two have since died, and three more arc not expected to recov er. Joseph E. Vankirk, who broke jail here gome weeks apo. has been retaken and brought back -y Sheriff Logan. He had enlisted in an Illinois Regiment, doubtless supposing that such enlistment would prove a complete immunity from trouble in relation to the crime with which he stands charged, viz: Murder in the second degree. Mill Burned at Bourbon. We understand that the flouring Mill at Eourbon, in this County, was destroyed by fire on Saturday lastno insurance loss about $10,000. This will be quite a loss to the community in that part of ...

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. — 21 April 1864

Volume o. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 38 Enunciation of tlio Doctrine of Secession tithe House of Itop reseiilati ves. To the Editor cf The Chicago Times: On Saturday, in the House of Reprc fentatiTcs, Mr. Harris, of 31 J., was called to order, and compelled to take his seat, for saving that he "vras not only in favor of recognizing the Southern Confed- cracy. hut of acquiescing in ecci-sion." As a similar doctrine (that of secession) was once before enuueiated in the game body, perhaps it will be as well to refresh our minds upon the action taken by the House in the case. On the 14th of January, 1811, in the House of Representatives. Mr. Josiah OninKv rf ATncc CTilrinor iirnn thp hill Union, said: "I am compelled to declare it as my d:- libcrat? opinion, that if t.lis hilt passes, the lands of this lnin tire, virtually dis solved; that the States tchih compose it are free from their moral obligations; and that, as it will he the right "fd'f, so it will t the ilu!yofsome,tj...

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. — 28 April 1864

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY OCRAT. HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUGHT BT GAIN. VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUKSDAY, APRIL 28, 1864. r i I 1 r THE KTHilTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT FUBLISUfcU EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH,! INDIANA, BY OSBORNE & VANVALKENBUFtGH. J. 6. GSDOKyr. J- K. VAN VALKENBURG1I. THUMS OF SUPSCIUPTIOX: 1 f paid in advnet, or within three months, ifnotp;iiJ within three months $-V0 O" No rPr wil1 1,0 discontinued until all ..i-rearagesaro p.v.J, imlesa at the ra tion of the Publisher-. iUTSINESS CARDS- attorneys. M. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR .A. T 3 IMymoutli, t Iinlifiim- x'JAi S. A. M'CRACKIN, Coauty Recordei. nd Attorney , ! Binox, Starke CounO, Indiana. , Will make Collections, pav Taxe?, examine j Titles t- Real Estate, take acknov. elements oi Deeds, Mortgages, &c. All mitträ of tatigation attended to in Starke and au;o:tnr,g Loin: lcS. 13- Dountv money ana hack pay 01 bihuihj, nnd reunions, collected. Remittances...

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. — 28 April 1864

r:: Ii so. v.i u iltu c oi ine a. trau- ;- ' l Jl- ' '- r-mme- .;; : i. i mih .. :oe s pi- en- r... ... . i V OLÜAIE 9. TUE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. KÜMBER 39 I 3 i i i i t y v y i r.l . 4 - c I "'1 rTill" DT V'IH VW II nTI'lfD till lliL 1 LliUUijiii U LlliU I'll A 1 j : - - - .... -.- J. G. OSHOUSE, : : : : Sliior. T II U U S D A Y , AlT,. 28, 18C4. W2iut Docs it JscaaiS . - ni . A lev: days ago two governors ot Ohio, , Illinois Wisconsin and Indiana met ;n j concave at inua.iapoii a.iu uluiuuiu. 1 1 1 session a cmple of u.iys hat t 10 su -, jaimi.iur ..a Mtu.u. .. . . . .. be inferred from the fact tint immediatc- ly thsreaftor Gov. Morton made a visit to Washington and in behalf of tho four j States nie'u.eo. iei.ucic-.i iu fc""", Ti,e Spirit of Dictation. lour very existence as a free people, and menf 100.000 men for six months; JXK000 j Sccrctarv Ch;lsc demanfJs the passage of two ! threatens still further to degrade us by e::ch from Ohio. Indiana and Illinois, and ; financial...

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. — 28 April 1864

Ci:rl a i'f-v 'd li!:-. l..U-:-.V o:,i. V,. . M, 1 P-r.-.i. !'" " . --ll- K.iw.u-Js ibjt.se. : totn.is vita :miv and everv thiüg hi tl.tir line or i.:I:?.v:, t ' .i iiu.j ' r. -... - - ...i. .... .... MJtk- i war ii K?--t- i.-: :-o;: -rl 1;:: M"V. d hivt;vt:f-k, üipI li;!at it i;,in th ' .1 DM IX ISTHA TOR'S XOT1CE. - : . . - . " " ' , -I 111 I 1 y ': I THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 30 VOLUME 0. 1 t 'f ') -3 ' . . i I 11 ÜJ UllllUOiWlL i Mr. Cijask's Paper Money The Treasury Tables show, the Greenback Gold closed in New York yesterday at r ISO. The produce market closed dull i tardtvarc. Local and Miscixfaxeofs. Corporation Convention. The Democrats of Plymouth Corpora tion arc requested to meet in Convention at the Court limine on Saturday April We will pay the following priees from this date -- j Currency, April 12th. to be 8ÜG0.070.G1C. ! yesterday vith prices in favor of sellers. j II. IF DICKSON. HENRY WOODBURY j JhrS QJ Jgjg UJL. . Mr. Chase in his December Treasury He-...

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. — 28 April 1864

Volume 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 39 Tlie Republican Jlcmbers of Con gress Tlielr Position, From the State Sentinel. To give a clear idea of the position oc cupied by the Republican members of Congress in their controversy with Mr. LoNi to advance partisan interests, we copy the following comments of the New l'ork World of Monday last: Mr. Colfax always a demagogoue has overshot the mark in Iiis attempt to catch a little cheap popularity. "Vaulting am bition has o'erleapcd itself and fallen on t'other side.., Three of the llepublican journals of this city that is to say, all of them except the Tribune, have expressed their disapproval cf this attempt to expel 31 r. Long for words spoken in debate. The Kvening Tost, in particular, has declared its senti ments in a way v.!-:eh vre trut may prove instructive to the popularity.lmntiiigbusy body who has prostituted the dignity of his office, ays the Post: "Butthe.-e h mare th in a question of mere par ty expediency in this n...

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. — 5 May 1864

m.ik CoUVctmn, Taxe, esam:n? T.trt ,a L.. t'i i .i.... b' su-!l ''1? ItepUail- 'Viit Rmro o-r-n A Ar Uno time heia:, to save liaiisell, avc ins , j . . . Ai2iu ii.vrrc.5, . . .j a ; . ' , , tinirnisiicu i! oiiu1;;;":!;! ea:tor. dr. dree.pv .i ....u. ...i.. . uii-uiaiioiuu irue j., mo reinarK now. airer t lev hat-e Simenon ot inc. ennh -e. d nt .e with ru '..:.-nte'.lcno-v. vi.tJ;- ,t revv-rnzo.L s h. M t!... ..r itl,. , : - tl, ., f., wl- f.. .,-.-o coj.uauy io uia.uru our i e ice. PLYMOUTH TT. "V" DEMOCRAT. JJL HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; ÜNÄWED BT IKFLUEIICS AND UN BOUGHT B V GAIN." 1 ! VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 5, 1864. STOIBER :4(v f i i 1 weekly nimm PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, j INDIANA, BY OSBORNE &, VAjNVALKENSURGK. I. 09 SOHNE. J. F. VANVALKE.N BCRG1I. Ti-:iiMs or s inscription: If ci id in aurance. or Trithin th-ee months. S2.0u! If not paid rith:a three nronth? $"1,50 ty No paper rill be discontinued until all arrearages...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 5 May 1864

rw.rw.., ...v .- i be Jiii.lo stuctioued s arr-rr 1,a .r,-... 1,1 ; "l? r. ' r.....:i ..t. ,..,r..!,Ä.. Jr. floht r l8f.S-ul3 -lj VOLUME-0. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 40 THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. J. .Cr. OSSJOJi'VKj IM,Y.TIOlTTai, IXniA : Thursday, May 5, 1804. Fglit, Tax, Emancipate. Some to years ago a prominent leader in the republican party announced that to "fi-ttt. tox. trMincipate." "was the Trinity under which the party taould thencefor ward go ff rth leftrc the American people. Tl.ose cf the party who were then cither net educated up. to that point, or too cor ntpt to aümit the inevitable ecu elusions to which their premises impelled them. . denied that such was the object of their rartv, or fcv.ch the logical result of their teachings. What a change has two short Tears wrought in the minds of the mem bers cf that party. Now after the Presi- dent hrs thoroughly committed himself to the policy "f emancipation enforced by the strong airn of the military pewer of the ov2...

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. — 5 May 1864

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 40 VOLUME 9. THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Seed JJi'-itvhcat for sale at the Mill of JOS. WESTERVELT. n40 8w. We call attention to the advertisement of the Ladies' Fair, to be held at Corhin's Hall next week, for the benefit of Orphans and disabled Soldiers. The object is one truly laudable and should receive the en couraprcmcnt of all who are the friends of those for whose benefit it is to be held. The Indies of Indianapolis are volunteer ing to t.ikc the place of clerks who are en listing in the one hundred days service. Enough, it is stated, have offered their ser vices, to supply the demand, with a surplus a a reserve corps. A heavy snow storm prevailed over In dianapolis on Monday last, extending as far south as the Ohio River. The Ladies' Fair, held last week at "Woodward's Hall for the benefit of the Catholic Church and School in this place, ras very well attended considering the state of the weather. We have not becu informed of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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