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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 12 May 1864

Volume 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 41 IV lie re the Gold Goes. ThTollowing ia a list of some of the articles of luxury included in one week's importations at New York : Jewelry $33,000 Watches 17,513 Perfumery 4,475 Wines.... "0,000 Gin 19.000 Fancy t 32,314 Toys. ratent i. 'her ? Chaoipagn 46,-37 Braniy 38,4'Jl In one week in time of a war which strains the national credit, 295,938 worth of goods are imported that the country could just well do without, and that the consumers could pay double the duty on without any hardship. In one week this amount of gold 13 taken from our financial ncceasitics to pay for these supcrfluetics. 'f'U;. l.Ain rrr nrr nn lll winter "ürill Vflfc .LUIS 11.13 lV-J - -, UU ...... - J , the government has just awakened to the j fact and its consequences. fChicago Tri- j bunc. "I claim not to have controlled events but confess plainly that events have con trolled me," says "Washington No. 2, in j hig last and most celebrated circular. It j is a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 May 1864

PLYMOUTH DEM OCRAT. JLJ ÖERB LET TÖE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S EIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLU2 UCE AND XT IT BOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 9, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1864. NUMBER 42. a, c i ü I v M 1 1 HI PLYMOUTH WEEKLY BEMQCRAT PUBLISIIED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY OSBORNE & VANVALKENBURGH. J. . OIBORXE. J. F. VANVALKENBURGH. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: If paid in advance, cr within three months, $2,00 If not paid within three months. $2,50 ILT No paper will be discontinued until all arrtarages are unless at the option of the Publishers. BUSINESS CA11DSXVI. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR IlymorxtIi, t t Indiana. t9q1S S. A. M'CRACKIN, Connty Recorder, and Attorney At Law, Knox, Starke County, Indiana. Will müV Collections, pay Taxe?, examine Titles to Real Estate, take acknowledgements of Deed, Mortice, &c. All matters oi Laiipauon attended to "in Starke and adjoining Counties. iIT Bounty money and back pay of Soldier?, and Tensions, col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 May 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. K UMBER 42- j 1 1 'ill I Hl 1 j. G. QSHOIIXU, : : : : Editor. PL Y3I OUTII , B.VDIA4: Tni'RSDAY, May 19, 1804. Peace. Franklin, wc believe it was, who said "there never was a good war, nor a bad peace." There is no good end to be gained by war, which could not as well be obtained by negotiation if the belligerents would only let reason have its course; indeed it generally happens that neither party ha3 bettered its condition by going to war. A bitter, ferocious war, a war marked with incidents all along its course thus far, that would disgrace the annals of barbarism rages in eur unhappy country. The people are becoming tired of it, and in their hearts are praying for peace, sweet peace, and are asking when this relentless, fratricidal conflict will cease. Almost any ending, certainly any which is not in itself disgraceful, is better than continued conflict. But the practical question comes, how 6hall it be ended, what shall be the state of th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 May 1864

VOLUME 9 THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 43 THE DEMOCRAT- Local ad Miscellaneous. We are under obligations to Hon. D. P. Holloway for ''Introductory Report of the Commissioner of Patents for 1S63." Also to Hon. S. A. Hendricks for Congressional favors. Arthur's Home Magazine, for June ig on our tabic. Tbe Illustrations are varied, and superb, it- reading matter interesting and unexceptionable in its moral tone, and the style of its mechanical execution vrellnigh faultiest. Single subscriptions $2 Two copies for S3 Three copies S4 Four copies 85. T. S. Arthur & Co. SS AVulaut St. Phila. A Fire Almost. The building enclosing the water tank at the Depot of the P. Ft. W. k C. R. W. at this place 'took fire one day last week, probably from a defective flue. The fire was soon discovered and promptly extinguished. Another. We learn also that the Band Box Factory braiding on the south side ofthelliver to k fire the same day and but for the timely discovery of the fact, must...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 19 May 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 42 WcndeU Ppllllps on the Prcsl Mdential Question. Jüdoe Stallo Dear sir: Sinco you asked my judgment as to the course to be taken in nouiinatinjr a candidate for the Presidency, I have been requested to sign a call for a convention for that purpose, to meet at Cleveland in May next. Let me tell you the notional policy I advocate: Subdue the South as rapidly as possible The moment territory comes under our flag reconstruct States thus: Confiscate and divide the lands of rebels: extend the right of suffrage broadly as possible to whites and blacks : let the Federal constitution prohibit si.. throughout the Union, and forbid the otate to make any distinc tion amon2 their citizens on account of color or race. I shall make every effort to have this policy pursued. Believing that the prcFent administration repudiates it, and is carrying us to a point where we shall be obliged either to acknowledge the Southern Confederacy or to reconstruct th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 May 1864

"A PLY M OUT nn 0 'HERD LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAV7CD BY IUFLUE nCn AND UNSOUGHT BT GAIN. r xtt" DEM OCRA F-J W -ft r'4 i' i 1 i VOLUME 9. AJtrX5Bltm!CLn.J&--"J-jmj'J Alii AiUit TIS PLY MMAl m I 11 rUBLISIIKD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, II Y .OSBORNE & VANVALKENBURGH. I. e. OIBORXS. J. F. VANVALKENBL-RGH. tehms or nvsniiPTiox: If pOJ in advance, or wkhin th-ee month, lfr.ot püJ within three raoa'hs $2,;0 23" No paper wiH he eiscor.tin'icd until Jill arrearages arc pvhl, unless at the option cf the lubli.'hers. BUSINESS CATvDSgMtonicits. LI. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR A T I- . A. W. l"lyiiontli, s Iwliann, t15 S. A. M'CilACKlIT, CoHnty Recorder, and Attorney At La v , l&nOX, Mf.rke Cotmtj", 3ll!hill.l. RaVZ CAPflON, Aitdrftet s Notaries. 11 r mouth. Iorthal !Co., ! laL, nracti :eia M all aa l .uljoiuing com ! Ilea. RF..'t:itn Ihbcck .x: Co.. Fhh ,D j Ire ; & Cj.,N?- "fork, Cool y.rnrwcl! i (! j....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 May 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. KUHBER 43. tjip pi vuniiTn niriinrn it I AcRoBATic-Somcof tlie fincst cxlii Hlri lLljIUlllll UilillUllUl.'bitionsof-roundana lofty tumbling ever - T"r" - : . 1 trif np;0(l in flirt rmlitla'n.I warlil nvav Ivp J. COSBOR: : : : F.rtltor.J PL.YJ!I9TH, IXDIAX4: Tlie cM Game Rcvlvctl. A few day? since. som scal!aw?g sent to the Xew York papers a bous rroclama'rn srrrrtin to haVC boCU ZSUCd bv the rrwident, cilHn-fnr 400.000 men for the! i uiuv", . . ftnay, admitting the failure of Grant, to j pin any advantage over Lee &c, &c. The j World and Journal rf Commerce were i taken in, and published the Proclamation, supposing it to be genuine. For having been thus imposed upon, these papers hare been suppreel and tha publishe.-s arrested end imprisoned by the military j authorities under an order of the President The rcigu of terror is thus again inaugurated under the ä.iallow pre.era et oux-1 em sympathy. Xow let us sec how far ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 May 1864

NUMBEK 43 Volume 9. TUE PLYMOÜTI WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. I i 3 . i THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. Joseph Potter is building a new Harness Shop, on the East tide of Michigan Street. Dr. Davenport will hereafter make regular visits to Plymouth twice a month. Sec card els v.her it! this paper. The Hail Road Exchange has changed hands, Mr. 11. M. Crawford retiring and C. T. Smith Esrj. assuming charge. Success to the new proprietor. Go Joy for June has been received. Every family ought to subscribe for this Merlins Masuzine. Price o a year for tiug'e copies. Rev Bridgman formerly of this place preached at the Presbyterian church .list Sunday evening. Some were well pleased, and some . Whiskey If those who desire to buy whiskey by the gallon, keg, or barrel for us 2 in harvest or otherwise want a pure article they had better go to Vanvalkenburgh', one door north of Wheeler's Rank. Van keeps only the bet and guarantees it free frcm pernicious drus. Change of Time. A ner Time Table vent i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 26 May 1864

Volume 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 43 Distrust oftlic Administration YVIiy Is it t From the Albany Argua. Why i3 it thit Grant shews such distrust cf Washington ? Why doc3 the Administration persistently deceive the people? Why do the people withhold all confidence from cur rulers ? The truth is we have no government. There has not been a Calinet Council in a year. The Members of the Cabinet do not speak to each other. Chase and Seward arc open and malignant enemies. The revelati"ii3 of the corruption and profligacy in the custom-house anJ Treasury Department arc made at the instigation of Seward. Chase commen-ccd the warfare by procuring from the Republicans of the Senate a vote of want of confidence iu Seward. The Postmaster General. Ulair, openly denounces the Secretary of the Treasury as "a villain." Welles and Stanton ridicule and thwart each other. The spiteful IlalIcck meddles with all plans only to derange them. The Senate hate?? the Cabinet and tie House ?ets it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 June 1864

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. I HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BT GAIN." VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUliSDAY, JUNE 2, 1864. NUMBER U. -e 'J it - ' "1 TIE Pfflll WKEKLY DEMGCllAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY .OSBORNE &, VANVALKEN3URGH. J. . OSBORNE. J. F. VANVALKEMCCRGH. TEK3I3 OF SUIJb'OIllPTIOX: If pa": J in advance, or within thr ee months. $'2,00 I Toot paid witliiu three months $-2,.r0 ST No paper will be discontinued until all Arrearages arc ps.id, unless at the option of the Publishers. BUSINESS CARDSAUCTION NOTICE. 31. X5 II O W IV, Having taken out a License as Auctioneer, will sell all kind. of Good at Auc tion when rceieted. Thoe desiring his services cm addresi hiia at InwootI, Marshall County Indiana. n4I to. SUtorncus. IS. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELOR Plymoutn, s s t9a!5 Jiitliiimt. S. A. M'CRACKIN, Coanty Recorder, and Attorney At Law, Knox, Starke Counts' Indiana i Will rn-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 June 1864

1JWUSUUJJ. JJ VOLUMS 2. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. KÜMBER 44, m Lll - - j. 6i. osiiyHAE, : : : : Editor. The EiKl of llic War. Wh will the war end ? This question j . , . . . tV- riinr?4 nf u beginning to agitate tic nds of he , people pretty general.,), it w policy in their treatment oithe rebellion. We. believe th it v.-'t. proe.- maungament our ar- j m:e3 canove.'-rua, take possession and hold ! the entire trritjrv cf the Soaih, but to d ; po vould yet require a great additional ex peiiiture of Uoad and treasure; and when , j acccmplishc-J should we have peace. j' We do not Iciievc it. The ivdb-.T.ug from the Cincinnati quire, so nearly expresses our view to pi.".:n!y loreshadows the lutare ot tins r , ,yn i- tL,. Country under the ar policy that we give it place to tlic exclusion oi otner mac-: ter, aud ask for it a careful perusal. is said to be over. How? The people are all driven cut or exterminated. 1 hat nt tls horde of patriots with whom we svm pathized until we took to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 June 1864

Volume , 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 44 4 THE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. It seems to in that it is about time for the Democratic Central Committee for this county to call a Convention to appoint delegates to the State and Congressional District Conventions, and to nominate a count? ticket. It will be seen by reference to cur advertising columns that J. E. "Wcstcrvclt & Co. are out in a new advertisement, in which thev promise rare inducements to customers." The "Regulator" has adopted ' tho rr-iAv mv vstem. with one rriec only J nnd that is the lowest prisa at which an article cm be sold. Sec advertisement of T. A. Simons elsewhere in to-day's paper. Mr. S. has form- i ; removed his Groceries to the room rcs3 shop, where he will sell you groceries cheap for cash or countiy produce. Give him a call. Common Picas Court is in session, Ilcn. Elisha Egbert presiding. Wc arc glad tosce the Jul ire looking so well, indeed he seems as lithe as in davs of vcrc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 2 June 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 4 Who owns tlic South f Five minutes conversation with an Abolitionist will reveal to you the fact that he conceives that the people of the North ac tually own the people of the South, and that it is nothing short of the most unparallelled presumption for them to suppose that they have any right to houe, land or estate, much le3 to that of self-govern-mint. "These men arc so intractable,, pay they, 4;so bitter, ?o determined, that there 'will be no living with them in the fature. Wc must exterminate them and pcizc their property." This highly humane and Christian conclusion is reached with the most perfect coolness and composure. Of course, why should it not be M ? Are wo not more civilized than they ? Are we not more intelligent ? Do wc not exceed them in all the humane and gentler virtues ? In a word, are wc not the eainta, and does not the earth belong to the saints? Surely it docs. Erg?, the South belongs to us, and so long as we ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 June 1864

u -i f --ft. -fi - ' TTnn "HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLUENCE AND UN BOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 9. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1864. NUMBER 45 WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. II 11 I V II fl 11 rl 4 s J: s v 5 t 5 it--4 i , HI mil Mff BEMflCRAT PUBLISH KD EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY O330RNE & VANVALKENBURGH. I, C. OfCORXS. J. F. VA WALKEN CL'RGII. ti:rms of subscription: If paid in ad vane, or within tatce mouths. $0,00 If not paid witlilu throe :noutIi3 $2,50 No paper will bo discontinued until all rrarcs ar paid, unles3 at the option of the Fublislicrs. I3USINESS CARDSAVCTIOX XOTICF. Having taken out a License as Auctioneer, will sell alfkinds of Good at Auction when requested. Those des-irin? his services cm address him at Inwood, Marshall County Indiana, nil 4w. LI. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY ANO COUNSELOR PlymouUi, : : Indian"rali c, j.. M'CRACKIN, County Recorder, and Attorney At Laic, Knoi, Starke County, Indiana. Will make Col...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 June 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCHAT. NUMBER 45 j i i 5 i i -' 'I ? I l i i : i 1 i f U 1 I i i J i TUE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. Editor. T n u k a d a y Juke, l, ISiU CaugM in lis Own Trap. Mr. Long said in his famous speech in ConreiS, in relation to which the miuiature edition ofGrcely made such aflutter, that there are bat two alternative?, and these are, either au acknowledgment ot the South as an independent nation, or their complete subjugation and extermination a people, and of these alternatives I prefer the forui;r." In commenting upon this speech of Mr. Long, the Republican said: Long's offence consisted in saying that he preferred that tho independence of the rebels should be acknowledged rather than see theui subjugated," and asked us if we would not indorse th sentiment. We then promised to answer the question when our neighbor auswerc! whether he would prefer the complete suhjwjct'on and exterr.wict:on of tho Southern people to acknowledging their independence, putting the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 June 1864

VOLUME 0. T HE PLYMOÜ I1 H WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 45. t r 1 THE DEMOCRAT ! LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS. DEMOCRATIC COl'XTf COXVEVTIQX. There will bo a Democratic County Convention held at the Court Ilousa in Plymouth on Suturtla3 June 2.11U ISC-tut 1 v'cloc-c P. M. for tlic purpoge of Nominating Candidates to fii' the cilices of Sheriff, Treasurer, and Commissioner also to Elect Delegates to the State Democratic Convention and the Congrcstiorat Convention. His recommended that th Democrats of the several Townships hold their Townslip Convention on , Saturday June lktU at 2 I. 31. and elect Delegates to the County Convention the ratio oi representation bw or.c pd?- for , cverv 21 Dem. o...t.c votes east at tue lajt Octolc cVctVn. And one additional vote for evry fraction over 120 cxcöf din- ten in number. Winch entitle each tnvrn.ship to the following number of ccega:es: Center Township 21 6 Delegates. olk Union Green Walnut i 5 3 1(1 8 6 6 u it Tippecanoe " Uoutbon w German " North " W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 9 June 1864

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 45. 9. VOLUME How Tom Lost Urs Sheep. An old farmer in Tcnnef?ec fnt his son Tom to Memphis with a flock of sheep to sell. Tom soM the sheep and got the money, but falling in company with some sport," who had the presence of mind to hold better hand than he did, lie was "cleaned cut.' Tom went home, hut avoided the old man. He told hU mother, however, what had hefallen him, and she took the new, as irently, a-; he could, to the master of the m inor and of the sheep pastureThe old man raved, and Tom very judiciously continued to keep out of his way. One day the farmer had a friend to dinner, and some spiritous potations hcinq introduced, t'iey became quite merry. This was Tom's opportunity. He rushed into the room, holding four '-kings" in his hand, and exclaimed: "Father, would you bet anything on such a hand as that ?'. "let, guess I would. Id bet every cent I had." " "Well," said Tom, with a sigh, "that's what became of the sheep. The other fel...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 June 1864

PLY MOOT WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. "H ERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIOHTS MAINTAIN; UNA W E D BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BY - 6AIZ7." ' 1 VOLUME 9. M1i ii lui-ji.i. L,niTf.-F- aiiijfsijBrjjiijyttgiTajayeJ III Mill Ii PUBLISH KD EVF.il Y THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, EY ,OS30HNZ &. VANVALKENBURGH. M. a. OIBORNC. J- F. VAXVALKENULRCH. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: If paid in advance, or within t'.rce months. 2.0(1 If not p ud within three months $2,50 ZT No paper will be discontinued until nil rrearaqcsare paid, unless at the option of the Publishers. BUSINESS CARDSAUCTION NOTICE. n.nvin" taken out a License n s Auctioneer, will sell alfkind of (Joods at Auction when requested. Tho-e d-sirmg his crvieiM ein address hira at InwocMl, Marshall County Indiana. n41 1. attorncitjs. M. A. O. PACKARD, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR IlymQatli, : 5 Indiana. T9al5 S. A. M'CRACKIN, Coantj Recorder, and Attorney At Laie, Knox, ßlcrlic County, Indiana. Will me Collections, pir Taxe, examine Title to Reil Kta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 June 1864

VOLUME 9. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT NUMBER 4 THE PLMOÜTi DEMOCRAT. J. G. OSBOR.VE, : Editor. PLYMOUTH, IXDIAX: TnuRSDAY June, 16, tS(U ! Statistics of 3Iisccgcnation. The copperhod leaders have, for the past few months been continually prating about the doctrine pf miscegenation. Amal gamation is to be the result of cmancipa- j tion, as they aucgc, r.ncl the society oi the North h to bo contaminated with a revolting admixture of the black element, as a consequence. Xor an examination of the matter, shows that it is the slave States, where amalgamation is practically carried out and adopted. M. C. Republican. Then follows what the Republican, felicitously stylej '-'some suggestive statistics thereupon," which show conclusively that the whole number of mulattoes in the United States arc 55S.2G2; of whom 513,S33 were in the slave States, and the residue were in the free States. Upon this showing the Republican claims that slavery is favorable to miscegenation. Such is the sophistry ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat — 16 June 1864

NUMBER 4iS THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT s ee THE DEMOCRAT- Local and Miscellaneous. DEMOCRATIC COITXTY COXVKXTIOX. There will be a Democratic County Convention held at the Court Housa in Plymouth on Saturday June 2."tli ISG1, X o'clock P. M. for the purpose of Nominating Candidates to fill the ofilecs of Sherilf. Treasurer, ml Commissioner air-o to Elect Polo-ate? to the State Democratic Convention and the Congreslioral Convention. It is recommended tint tho Democrat or the evcral Township hold their Township Convention on Saturday June at 1 - , d elect Dele." to the County Convention the ratio of representation bcm-o:.e VI, gate or every 2) Democratic votes cast at the J ;ta; ber election. And on ndd-.tional vote fr u fraction over 90 exceeding ten in number. W Inch entitles each township to the following number of Gelerntes: Center Town ship Pol' Union Green " Walnut Tippecanoe, ' Bourbon M German " North " 21 Delegates. it 1U 4. II Dv order of the Central Committee. See card cf C...

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