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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 18 August 1864

A A i 'i VOLUME 10. first premium cook stove- TliiS SI ovo took flic First I'rriu. mil over aUollirr Cok Stoves ;it tin state Fair, licit! at Ilochoiirr, on the 1st layol October, !;. Also at tlii Sew York State Fair 1 1M3. ECONOMY IS This mixim will be fully demonstrated by buying an AIM COOK. IV G STOVE. 4 S it w ill bake, l.ril or roast bettor than any j other Stn e, witii a s ivlng of per cent, in fuel, and a very large percentage in conven ience. Thev h ive the fvllowing advantages : in. ' They are constructed with a view o' great durability; 11 the plated exposed to the lire arc nude of an extra thickness. 21. Th-j Hues are line.l with non-conducting cement, thercbv applying the heat directly to the m en, and the "oven can be heated and kept in baking order with le-s fuel than any other Stove. H I. Thev h ive a hot air draft, which not only ai.ik.vi t'.ie fuel burn freely, an I last longer, but Iis to the heating ami baking facilities. ll- Thev consume all the gases from the f...

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. — 25 August 1864

PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. .HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S It I G II T Ü LI A I 17 TAI IT; UNA WSD B TT I 21 FLUE IT CE AND TJNBOUGHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1864. jrrm am H H I il I H HS I ' ! r ? HA UiiJUilMl l'UIJLISIir.D EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY .OSBORNE &, VANVALKENBURGH. J. a. OSBORVE. J. F. VANVALKF.XDCRG1I. tkfms of scfscfiption: If pVul in :v!v 0!c, or within three months, $2,00 If not paid within three months $i2,.0 IT No piper will he discontinued until all arrearages aro ptid, unless at the option of the Publishers. I3IJSIXESS CA1?DS. Sttovnc"S. C H. REEVE, A't'y at Law, Plymouth, In 3. IV : -tiees in Fulton, Shirk. I.aPorte nii.l Koscius ko, as well &i Marshall. Counties. Collections promptly and elhVienUy at!endd to. C.reful attention given to l'lobito :n. insurance effected on Lives and Propertv in tlie best romp- , uies in the United States. Pipers prepared tor . soldiers and their heirs at very low clunres....

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. — 25 August 1864

. : - -..o. viiit.-i.v. jii i niui, Pershing Dru-Store. t'.ef. :IM(1 th" ln"is td'f'uir h'oidrcil r.d ..1 1 1 I . i . j f I t . it , wn,..)..r rst ol Meaveland V Work's (lio- cor.v. Fresh .Meats of the best quality eonstai.tlv KDWARDS IKM'SK MiCilMiW STRF.KT, ri.YMOUTIl, INDIANA. C. fit W. II. M'CONNELt, Proprietors O.Tinürji to and from .ill trairn,. .and also to any nirtof t! J town, when order are. left at the Home. v'JnlH-ly HASLANGER HOUSE, dearth? Bridge, anl within a few minutes' walk of the Depot, tfouth Plymouth, Ind. TIieubvrfberhiJii-stopenedtlieaboTe House, ul is determined to keep it in n: inner every iy worthy of publiepat.-cr.agc. IT T S T A H T, yVillbe supplied with the hm.1 the ir.ir'etafToidi; .purges reasonable, and every cxerticu used to cii ler the itay of guest agittc&hla. CONVENIENT STAI.LES Attache! t the premises, and a faithful osilor al vajsinitterid incc . JOHN C. 1IASLANÜF.R. ''rnooth, March 21 , left I ?n3 J. S. ALLEMAN &, DRO. ItLlAIlQ SÄZ.O0&...

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. — 25 August 1864

I ; I.-uni's i t i in i ii liittoi . pr'pnrol hv Jr. C- AI TY ZV jßk "w m - I S ill larrÜir t tn tbl loin nlll hrn flu o-tb.n of i. !. t mW kJL b r .P M VJi 1 1 1 11 V k II lv II I I t ti 1 1 i -l lit c Knrmin I ! ; ttn. 4 .. I mi u m jk. i 1 1 ( 1 i f t warn? the people not to heed tlio advice .riven by tho committee, not to organize themselves to protect their rights, telk f !ir-iii tint such organization is illegal and v. v will lend to trouHl, say i that it democrats orL"inizj the ab litio.Jsts willal.su organize and arm themselves und then a edIi.-ion iniit ensuo. &r. ,e. Now vre venture to s-iy that t !v. 3Irtoii knov.'s as well n.s we ! tli.it abolitionist? .ire already organize! m:i1 arme I innarly every township in the State, that they Lwl.l weekly meet ings in private for the purpose of consul tation, instruction and military drill, that regiments of troop.s from other states have been imported and arc now stationed in this State anl that there is a vast eflort uir mad...

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. — 25 August 1864

t. 5 t t i c J" ' f t i i jiles.-ctl r.re t lie i e.n e makers fi r they fliall be called the cliiMren of Gol. lterul the ad.lrcss of the Pcim cT.it ic Central Committee of this countv. "Wc are ujiaLletoirivc our usual amount ff reading matier this wcot in conseiucnee of the great length of the premium list of our County Agricultural Society. Our readers will, however, find this an ink-rest mir document, and we ask for it a care iul jierusal. A hitherto re:- pectnhlc voting man whose name we withhold on account of his parents. va.i arretted the other day on a charge of disorderly conduct, and jaid the corporation the penalty lor drunken ness contrary to the ordinance in such cases made ami provided. Oiir opponents are very anxious to knw what we will do in case negotiation fails to restore the Tnion. It will be time enough to answer them when they tell us what they rtse ii do in ctsr jr,ir ttre.tneth- Vuö,. Will thev tl'-rhf for ever? Will warte any more availing in the future than ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 25 August 1864

u5 ovrr n!t:!i'! U:tli Mot es ;i! W'Ai livlfi at Bti-;iir:T. on 13ip 11 A!so ;it?5io li'v Vor!: Mate B2CÖNÖ1HY IS rp T"5 TT? TTj y .r TT r-i l ij li Iii VJ J iL ii TV f? I?. sT n . V T. u? 7t T . ,n TT A rsi NUMBER 4 r i FIRST PREMIUM COOK STOVE- Beckers tfohtm VOLUME 10. 3 3 4 f s II Tbi? mirun -vi!! ho fully demonstrated lj buying Ii AM ISM I CA COOKING STOVE. t S ii will J.ke, broil or r:i?t better than any A otlie-r St..vo, with a s ivlni: of 2. per cent. m tUL-1, ani a vei i.iiucrrA..k.n. ience. , Thev have the fyllowin- advr.ita-es : lt " Thev ar e m-lructed with ;v view ot?;rrat d ir tbility; äl! the it-s exposed to the fhv are mi.Ic ofim cstr.i thickne. 1 Thtf Ihi' are lined with non-conducing cement, th-reV ap-dyin- the heat directly to the oven, and the oven can he heated and ktpt in biVrv order with lew fuel than any other Stove. t 1 ' Thev li ive a h-t air draft, wl.ieh not only makes the fu-.-l h'trii freely, and I.i longer, but t.ilU t.j th.e heating and baking facilit...

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. — 1 September 1864

" . .. . . . ' ! n tli :r - re l-Mt,.,. .,wn.l . i ...i ; .. . , . J 1 1 -Oll. iilS i-Vtl s, :tud who trv to ar-rr deemt I ' J-iaee u.. i-.q searcnea, and i '-cd to the Urder. but were not in its uiimr Lt ..i... .. i...i.. .. , . DEMOCRAT. 1? TT "IT I HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNA WED D? INTLUSirci! and uiibought by gain it VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THÜ11SDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1864. t . PETJa O FTnnTi l I i M J x 1 ii ü k V a ii - Pilfflyylfl fl Ml MEMUCilAT S11""". For the Democrat, tiivc ,ssuracc of s-aiety. that tlto.y ahme taose in anility to interfere, by military The Cincinnati (JazoMe tf .Satürdav CSod IJicss Our Sohle Credent. lUIJttUyiU 1IJ1I1UU tf mil mam r .... -T:- ..i" -dl d-s nr.- f fom v --.vi-d- V" th tl Vee 1 of elections." contains a letter IV .m :i i-i-hit c.rrcnon- i v ti n , -v. , ,. Tr, rt The most careless observers of passing ; 1 ls,, nr. . L, L.mi au ..nxn.K on ' . . ... t. nv.,nK .... , . 4 ...... : , ... -h! , r,.lM ' l estcrday was ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 September 1864

VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 5 RITtf di vuniimn nminimim Ulti 1 Iii UUIJIIl lMi HUlIUl. J. G. OSBOnE, : Editor. PLYMOUTH, IWnFAXt: Thursday, Skpt. 1, I3fi4. Democratic State Ticket. Eor Gorcrnor, JOSEPH E. Mc'DOXALD, of Marion. For Lieutenant Gorcrnor MAIILON D. MANSON, of Montgomery. For Secretarv of State, JAMES S. ATUÖN, of Marion. For Auditor of State. JOSEPH RISTINE, ol Fountain. For Treasurer of State, MATHEW L. BRETT, of Davicee. for Attorney General, OSCAR B. HORD, of Decatur. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, SAMUEL L RUGG, of Allen. For Judges of the Supreme Court, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVISON, of Decatur. JAMES M. HANN A. of Sullivan. JAMES L. WORDEN, f Allen. For Cork of the Supreme Court, ET1IELBERTC. HIBBEN, of Rush. For Supreme Court Reporter, NAPOLEON B. TAYLOR, of Mariorn, For Congress 9th Diät let DAVID 1URPIE. of White. For Common Pleas Judge, lTtb District, JOHN G. OSBORNE, of Marshall. For District Prosecutor. G. L. BET...

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. — 1 September 1864

VOLUME 10. NUMBER 5 TOE DEMOCRAT. Local and Miscellaneous. DEMOCRATIC MEETlXfiS. H0N DAVID TURPIE will address hit fellow citizens at the following timos mod places: BREMEN, Monday, Sept. 5th 18C4. TIPPECAXOETOWX, Tuesday Sept. G UNIONTOWX, Wednesday Sept. 7th. PLYMOUTH, Thursday Sept. 8th. WALKERTO.V, Friday Sept. 9th. Speaking to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M. at each appointment. We hare received the "Continental Montiily" for September. It contains sev eral well written, articles while the general tone of the number is little else than abo litionism run mad. The article eutitled " The Sacrifice " U positively blasphemous. It openi thus, '-The blood that flows for freedom is God's blood." Guns for the LoyalL. enguc. The Leaguers here most cmphatically deny that they are armed or intend to be, a dorea of the most prominent men among them have made that assertion within the last two days. But we call attention to a little transaction that took placo in Per hingfc Co's Drugstore on Fr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 1 September 1864

j LaJica', GeiitlomonV, !).yi'; ?.J i-?-e;, and Childr' i THE BETTE II BOOT cr SHOE cn ho l.ou-ht ' - i - oi v. it HU1 t it'."i ruui Jo I"lymoiiili ! ATi'-li!-n sfror. ovcrv iTin-Ij.fn :im.! T Ii PLYMOUTH WEEKLl DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 5 FiRST PREMIUM COOK STOVE- ! TTliSS Slovp took tlic first S'rcnii-' urn over a1h!ln,r 1'ooU Moves at the Mali I-'aii, lirlcl at Iloriiortor. on Iis' 1st til ay of 0rtoler, JJoots ü .hcc5. r 5 TTi.T j "'TS f'l OLUME 10. ! i r Juw u ilik or jAii.Llj iCOMMOTIOiT J U S T rpili: above mm.vl n:!l.ix n!- -outh cf J I'lyrnou! h s TlOW doilii: 'execil. 1; t Also at tlio Xi'W York Slate Ä'alr oi'i'jitfo. ECONOMY IS WEALTH Th:- mtxim will be fully demonstrated hj A T A T j Custom .I-rrehnnJ k-Toi'L-. I THE SIGN OF THE GOLDEN BOOT,' r, i f and- a Und.- 'tee phi;., iii.-i.n S ' i :i .'im it oo. inu r . I S. & M. BBCKBRS, f Is caused by the nrrival of their ;' AV-? ix- ,.."...; - - A OXE OF Till: LARGEST AND BEST SELECTED STOCKS OF ! tlio Vorv 15:? s 1 vfOi x ÜNIUVAL...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 8 September 1864

v. ,pui.nro ""; " - 'Orte k"f! ... W 1n na the hi&hcst mar- D TMOTJ HERB LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWED BY INFLUENCE AND UNSOUGHT BY GAIN. it it WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. VOLUME 10. ffl fLYÜlfH WBLT BEUOCHAT PÜ11LISIIED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH. INDIANA, BY OSBORNE 8l VANVALKENBURGH. Jg, m, OOOaK. r- VAN TALK 131 BORO If TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: 1 f paid in adduce, or within three months, $2.00 Jf not paid within three months $2,50 TT No paper will be discontinued until all Arrearages art paid, unless at the option of the fbulitheri. BUSINESS CARPS- C. M. REEVE, A IV j t Law, Plymouth, Infl. Practices in Fulton, SUrk, LaPorte and Koscius ko ai well as Marshall, Counties. Collections orJmptly and efficiently attended to. C.reful Itteution riven to Probate business. Insurance affected on Lires and Property iu the best com? is in the TJnited States. Papers prepared for oldisrs and their heirs at very low charges. Harm to Farwell Field & Co., Chicago. 4 rShaw Barbonr ...

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. — 8 September 1864

.T 1 ..:ue io. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 0 . Ill) OSIJOJlYI, : i t Kdltor. 1 liYJIÖÜTII, II)lA4i l: II S D A Y, S PT. 8, 18(U. ROR PRESIDENT N. GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN. OF NEW JKRSKV. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE n. PENDLETON, or oiiio. Democratic State Ticket. Eor Gorcrnor, JOSEPH E. Mc'DONALD, of Marion. For Lieutena.it Gorernor MAIILON D. M ANSON, of Montgomery. For Secretary of 2L' täte, JAMES S. ATIU)N, of Marion. For Auditor of Stale. JOSEPH RISTIXE, of Fountain. For Treasurer of State, MATHEW L. BRETT, of Daviecs. for Attorney General, USCAR B. IIORP, of Decatur. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, SAMUEL L.RUGG, of Allen. For Judges of the Supreme Court, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVISON, of Decatur, JAMES M. IIANNA, of Sullivan. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Allen. For Cork of the Supreme Court, ETHELBERTC. HIBBEN, of Rush. For Supreme Court Reporter, NAPOLEON B. TAYLOR, of Mariorn, For Congress 3th Distort DAVID TURPIE. of White. Jfor Common Fleas Judge, 17th D...

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. — 8 September 1864

Volume 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 6 THE DEM OCR AT j Local and Miscellaneous. Judge Turpifc's meetings are largely attended, ahd the enthusiasm everywhere manifested gives assurance, of his election over Mr. Colfax. Look out for 'the frain In October, and keep the track clear. r . 4 . . there h nothing of an official character. front Washington to confirm the statement Of the Oil icago Tribune co-respondent th.it 1 ...tu 1 .1 1 i - - -i Tf Tf ;Q mere win pn' nauiv uc u j uian. a 10 . J t 1 .1 , .1 1 1 . i Til I be Hoped tiutt tue suiemcm mu prove Correct; no Jraft has yet taken place. The shoddy papers assert that Gov. Morton has taken possession of the "great seal" of the Sons of Liberty. He prob ably intends td ruü the machine himself. Perhaps he and Dodd can conipruni.se their difficulties by the latter consenting to act as Deputy Grand Commander un der his Excellency. The nomination of McCIellan renders j the shoddyites miserable. Some of them manifested their ill ...

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. — 8 September 1864

'LUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER G T PREMIUM COOK STOVE- "lore took the First Prem! er rtll oilier Cook Stove he State Fair, Uvld at .melierter, on the 1st dayof October, a' o at the New York State Fair OT1S63. J kis maxim will be fally damonstrated by b'ing an MIIEIKIAR COOKING STOVE A S It will bake, broil or roast better than any ijL othr Store, with a swing of 25 per cent. 4 fuel, and a very large percentage in conven- Ijnce. They havo the fallowing advantages : lat. They are constructed with a iicw of great durability; all the plates exposed to the fir are 'jade of an extra thickness. 2J. The flues arc lined with non-conducting ' ament, thereby appljiog the heal directly to the Ten, and the oven can be heated and kept in baking order with leas fuel than any other Stove. 3d. They have a hot air draft, wlvch not only xaakes the fuel burn freely, and last longer, but adds to the heating and baking facilities. 4th. They consume all the gases from the ful, thereby addi...

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. — 15 September 1864

nn OCRA 1 1U .1' 'HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UNAWBD BY INFLUENCE AND ÜNBOUÖHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUIiSDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1864. NUMBER 7. BEQN 131 YMOU WEEK Y DEM . i 1U FiTIlf H MY DEMOCRAT PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, BY Osborne &, vanvalkenburgh. - J. F. VAIVALKEXBCRGH. TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION: 1 f paid in adtanct, or witliin three months, $'2,0U I f not paid within three months $2,50 ET No paper will be discontinued until all rrrgea ara paid, unless at the option of the PbulUhcrt. BUSIN ESS'CARDS C. H. REEVE, at Law, Plymouth, Ind. tty r acticei in Fulton. SUrK, . -y- ko. at well a Marshall. Counties. Collections ?wmplf nd efficiently attended to. Careful .r-.n to Probate businc. Insurance IT r t " t rmnortvin the best comp th. United State. Sapors prepared lor , aica in -a'Ji.r and their heirs at very K inn to Karwcll Field Co., CJiicago. Shaw Barbour & Co., Cincinnati. Buckly Sheldon & -o.. . Graff Bennett ...

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. — 15 September 1864

V OLUME 10 tflTfl DT VlfftlKril I) I? 11 ft MM V 1 lib I bliHUU 1 H lfUillULilAl TCditor. Jr. O. OSnORXC, : LYM OUT1I, 1 1 O I A TV : TnuRSD ay, Sept. 15, 1804. ROIl PRESIDENT GEN. GEORGE B. M'CLELLAN. OF NEW JERSEY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE D. PENDLETON, or oiiio. Democratic State Ticket. Eor GoTernor, JOSEPH E. Mc'DONALD, of Marion. For Licutena.it Governor MAHL.ON D. M ANSON, of Montgomery. For Secretary of State. JAMES S. ATHÖN, of Marion. For Auditor of State. JOSEPH RISTINE, of Fountain. For Treasurer of State, MATIIEW L. BRETT, of Daviess. For Attornev General, OSCAR B. IIOÜD, of Decatur. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, SAMUEL L. RUGG, of Allen. For jMilges of the Supreme Court, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVISON, of Decatur. JAMES M. HANN A, of Sullivan. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Allen. For C'erk of the Supreme Court, ETHELBERTC. HIBBEN, of Rush. For Supreme Court Reporter, NAPOLEON B. TAYLOR, of Mariorn, Tor Congress 9th Dist.ict DAVID TURPIE. of White. For ...

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. — 15 September 1864

THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. NUMBER 7- VOLUME 10. THE DEMOCRAT Local and Miscellaneous. (There will be a Democratic meeting at Corbin's IIr.ll Saturday evening Septem ber 24th, for the purpose of organizing a democratic Clül, for the campaign. 'Thd pen is said to he mightier tan the sword." Clearly demonstrated when the pen is in Voornees' hands and the swordio Carrington's. Work has been commenced on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, and it is expected that the road will be in running order by Fiiday. There is no military news of importance. A Richmond paper states that Sherman had declared his intention, after having rested his army at Atlanta, to move upon Andersonville, where over 30,000 federal prisoners are confined. The Democracy of KosciUska County will hold a mas? Meeting at Warsaw on Saturday, Sept. 24th, lSGl,at which time the citirens of Marshall County arc invited to be prer-ent and join in the rally for Mc Clellan, Pendleton and Peace. Prominent speakers will be presen...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 15 September 1864

NUMBER 7 VOLUME 10. THE PLYMOUTH WEEKLY DEMOCRAT. F.W PREMIUM COOK STOVE- This Stove toofc. the First Ireni. urn over all ohcr Cook Stoves at the Mate Fair, held at Rochcrter, on the 1st dityof Ocloljer, 1862. Atao at the Xewl'ork State Fair 011503. ECONOMY IS Thia maxim will be fully demonstrated by buying an sot Are. tiCM ?-( W A CC IHM. ' COOKING STOVE. lafuel, and a very Urge percentage in cuxivcn lencd Thev have the fyllowing advantages : 1st. Thev are constructed with a view of great darability; nil the plates exposed to the fire arc Biade fan extra thi:kncs. 2d. Th flues are lined with non-conducting th heat directly to the oven, and the oven can be heated and kept in Uking order with less fuel "Zw 3d. They h ivc a hot air draft, which not on mikes the fuel burn freely, and l.t longer, but adds to the heating and baking facilities. 4th. Thev runtime all the Sacs from the fuel, thereby a ldins largely to the amount of heat obtained from the quality of fuel used. 5th The tove u...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth weekly Democrat. — 22 September 1864

racy nave aiwas uouc, .uiunuisier un..,,,,, r..,- . i..... i.:t.i VF H milim::" ZÄ HERE LET THE PRESS THE PEOPLE'S RIGHTS MAINTAIN; UN A WED BY INFLUENCE AND UNBOUOHT BY GAIN." VOLUME 10. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THUliSI.y, SEPTEMBER 22, 1864. NUMBER 8. PLYMOUTH ni t J K 7 ":3 " V" C3CT w A .4 i L -I Mi n iff n PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY AT TLY MOUTH, INDIANA, BY OS30RNE VANVALKENBURGH. J. F. VANYALÄF.-Pt""' terms or subscription: I f paid iu innre, or within three months, $2.00 t f not naid within three months - TT- V naner will be discontinued until all j rrearaSesaro paid, ualesa at the option of the Tbulishera. 13 U SIX ESS CAKDS. C. H. REEVE. 4 tt Plymouth, In 3. k. ifv at Law, ri?"1 resile,, in Fulton. Stark, LaPorte and Jcins- j - - II rtlll' . v Collection well a .Vlarsiaii, -;mptW and efficiently attended to Cn re ful promp attennon giren to 1 r0, the bcst comp- i Heted on lrTl! ZT f "crs prepared tor ; i iu the United fatal". I W ' , nranoe M!4irtnil weir .:. ' .n ft rrK to Trir &...

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. — 22 September 1864

5iiiiic:it ;in 1 utif ci'tisigs in 7ivv Vor!, V:ikhii i, WASiiiXiJTo.v, Sejd. 11. VOLUME 10. T II E PLY M O U T H WEEKLY DEMOCRA T. JCUMBEU 8. TUE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. j. . osijouxe, : t Editor. PLYMOUTH, IMIAt: Thursday, Sept. 22, 1804. ROR PRESIDENT GEN. GEORGE 3. M'CLELLAN, OF NEW' JERsEV. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, GEORGE II. PENDLETON, OF OHIO. Democratic State Ticket. Eor Governor, JOSEril E. Mc'DONALD, of Marion. For Lieutenant Governor MAIILON D. M ANSON, of Montgomery. For Secretarv of State, JAMES S. ATIIÖN, cf Marlon. For Auditor of State, JOSEPH RISTINE, o! Fourtaia. For Treasurer of State, MATHEW L. BRETT, of PavieM. For Attorney General, OSCAR D- HOliD, of DccaUr. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, SAMUCL L RUGG, of Alien. For Jh'I jcs of the Supreme Court, SAMUEL E. PERKINS, of Marion. ANDREW DAVISON, of Decatur. JAMES M. II ANN A, of Sullivan. JAMES L. WORDEN, of Alleo. For C'crk of the Supreme Court, ETI1ELBERTC. HIBBEN, of Kudu For Supreme Court Reporter, NAPOLEON B....

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