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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 28 August 1856

If I S e i i re... E. . tfisriga-M LÄaw ass ; i . ... A Family NewspaperDevoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce Markets, Öaneräl Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 5. NO. 21.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 28, 185G. WHOLE NO. 229. kr? S3 l m l. Fl V7 1 ' 'ri .'. s ltZi li- A 3 . a 4m ßw& THE BANNER 18 PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAT MORNING BY JOHN GREER. If paid in advance, ----- 31 5') Atti.eend of six months. - - - - 2 00 It CelayeJ until the end of the year, 2 50 A tailure to order a discontinuance at the expiration of the time subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement, and the paper continued. - U"No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the Publisher. D-The nbove terms will be strictly ad tared to. ADVERTISING. (TX LISESjO X.ESJ.'lJlKTlla. MIKE aIsQCARE ) Ooe square three in5ertions or less, SI 00 Each additional insertion, ... 23 Dasines Card inserted one year, 5 00 Legal advertisements' mint be cash in a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 28 August 1856

Republican Nominations. For President JOHN C. FIKE3XOXT, OF CALIrORXU. For Vice President. WILLIAM L.DAYTON, of New Jersey. ELECTORAL TICKET. For the State at Large, Samuel W. Parker, of Fayette. Jobs A. Hendricks, of Jefferson. District Electors, 1st Dial. J. C. Veach. of Soencer. 3d 4 th 5 th 6ih 7th 8th 9th J. Y. Allison, of Jefferson. J. D. Howland, of Franklin. D. Kilgore, of Delaware, H. C. NeTTcomb, of Maiion,' W. G. Coffin, of Park p. H $ W. C. Wilson, of Tippecanoe, XJ. u. I'xatt. of Cass, J. H. Mather, of Elkhart, M. S. Robinson, of Madisou. 10th 11th State Ticket. For Governor, OLIVER P. MORTON, of Wayne. For Lieut. Governor, CONRAD BAKER, of Vanderburg. For Secretary of State, JOHN W. DAWSON, of Allen. For Auditor of Stale, E. W. H. ELLIS, of Marion. For Treasurer of State, WM. R. NOFFSINGER. of Parke. For Attorney General, JfcMESH. CRAVENS, of Ripley. For Superintendent of Pullie Instruction, CHARLES BARNES, of Flojd. For Clerk of Supreme Court, JOHN A. BEAL, of Miami. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 28 August 1856

THE BANNER (CTExtra copies ol the Banner, In wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe bad at the office for 3 cents each. ltcpubllciii Coanty Ticket. For Sheriff. T. B. THOMPSON. County Treasurer. HEZEKIAH R. PERSUING Commissioners, bist. No 2-J. L. WESTERVELt, 3-GEO. H.THAYER. For Coroner. G. P. CHERRY. For Surveyor, OLIVER W. MORRIS. Notes and accounts due this office have been deposited for settlement with the follow- in? persons, and as fast as we can make sat-1 isfactory arrangements the same plan will be adopted at other places: John Zehnsr, Wolf Creek Mdls. E. Moo a, Esq., Union Town. IVasu. Tcttlk, Lycurgus. Printers A Rare Chance! To a good practical printer one com petent to take entire control of a Repub lican Newspaper an unusual "fat take'! is now offered in this office. The sub scription list now numbers near six hun dred, and the papeT has a liberal advertis ing pitronage. The office can be pur chased on easy terms, or a good and per manent sit" may be secured by a com pete...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 28 August 1856

Uncle James. There vras an old gentleman whose name was Uncle James Who was bom long ago, Ion ago; lie may to be sure have had some other names Which I ilou't happen now to know. CI! OB CS. Then lay down the fiddle and the bow. Take up the shovel and the hoe, And we'll dig a big hole for old Uncle Jim, And bury him deep and low. In the Federal ranks long lime he stood. And once he was heard for to shout, That if he l ad a drop of democratic blood. He'd be glad to lei it all run ouf. To Ostend once went this old man. And this honest scheme did reveal We'll buy Spain' daughter Cuba if we cm. And if we can't buy we'll steal. Wfcen he'd grown old his party thought. They'd lake Uncle James by the nose. And put him up in a fight th;y fought, With, the hosts of slavery' toes. But po-r Uncle Jim was too old for to fight, And too old for to run away, So when he woke np one Nov. nvjrnin bright, He found he had lost the day. WhcaThiiTlTnalraj New. When this Old Hit was new, my friends. Un h un...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 4 September 1856

r i . . k . fvsf I rt 1 -i ' A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce,' Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1856. WHOLE NO. 230. VOL. 5. WO. 22. IÖP'13) Pill ü Mia Wm : 1 -VV I TT3 y i r 1 1 - - i v 1 hX4 THE BANNER IS PÜBLIS'JED ETIBT THÜESDAY MORRIS 6 BY JOHN GREEK. If paid in advance. - - AttLe end of six months. - - - - oo It Celayed until the end of the year. 2 50 A failure ti order discontinuance at the expiration of the lime subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement, and the paper Ctrrr?o paper 'will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of The' above Una, will be strictly ad hered to. . : , ADVERTISING. (t uses," uaw4ava. um A!sacAx.) One square three insertions or less, SI 00 Each additional insertion, . ' . f Business Cards inserted one year. 5 00 Lecal advertisements must be cash in aa t.ucI or accepted security. verUsernents. time not marked, will...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 4 September 1856

Republican Nominations. For President joniv c. fkeiioivtv Or CALIFORNIA. For Vice President WILLIAM L. DAYTON, of New Jersey. ELECTORAL TICKET. Tor the State at Large, SamüEL W. Pahkih, of Fayette. Jobs A. Hesdsicks, of Jefferson. District Electors, lit DIst. J. C. Veach, of Spencer. 3d - 31 4th 5 th 6th J. Y. Allison, of Jefferson. J. D. Rowland, of Franklin, D. Kilgore, of Delaware, H. C. Newcomb, of Maiion, W. G. Coffin, of Parke, W. C. Wilson, of Tippecanoe, D. D. Pratt, of Cass, J. H. Mather, of Elkhart, M. S. Robinson, of Madisou. 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th State Ticket. For G termor, OLIVER P. MORTON, of VVajne. For Lieut. Governor, CONRAD BAKER, of Vanderburg. For Secretary State, JOHN W. DAWSON, of Allen. - , Fr Auditor of State, E.W. H.'ELLIS, ofIanon. Ft Tnarurer of State, WJi R. NOFFSINGES, of Parke, For Attorney General, JAMES H. CRAVENS, of Ripley. For Superintendent of Public Instruction, CHARLES BARNES, of Floyd. For Clerk of Supreme Court, JOHN A. BEAL, of Miami. For Rep...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 4 September 1856

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. T 0Extra copies ot the Banner, In wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe had at the office for b ecntseach. Republican County Ticket. Tor Sheriff. T. B. THOMPSON. County 'Treasurer. HEZEKIAII R. PERSHING Commissioners. Dist. No 2-J. L. WESTERVELT, 3-GEO. H. THAYER. For Corontr. G. P. CHERRY. Tor Surveyor. OLIVER W. MORRIS. Notes and accounts due this office have been deposited for settlement with the follow in? persons, and as fast as we can make sat isfactory arrangements the same plan will be adopted at other places: Johic Zeusi, Wolf Creek Mills. E. Mooa, Esq., Union Town. Wash. Tcttce, Lycurgus. Printers A Bare Chance! To agood practical printer one com petent to take entire control of a Repub lican Newspaper an unusual "fat take" is now offered in this office. The sub scription list dow numbers near six hun dred, and the paper has a liberal advertis ing patronage. The office can be pur chased on easy terms, or a good and per tnanent sit" may be secured by a c...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 4 September 1856

SetrthertgoaaVFlnteXkrtr! Th best reasons we hare heard giren during ibis campaign, for leaving the "Afiicanan democracy aDd joined the Rrublican ranks, mi in the words of our caption. A tobacconist, now doing business in this city, formerly wis engaged in the ame pursuit in Petersburg). Va. He had two apprentices, white boyt, end when they left shop for meals or recrea tion, the boys in the streets cried cut. "See! there goes a tehin nigger! there goea.a white nigger."9 This tobacconist, who is i ver; intelligenlGerman.be. coming satisfied that all men at the ouih who labor for a living are looked poa. even by the boys in the street, as niggers, which of course, there means degradation, left the polluted soil of sla very for a free Northern home.aud has - m a. now aiso lett the "wooly headed democ acy," who would Dermit clavrv In spread everywhere, and goes in, heart and hand, for John C. Fremont, the champion of Freedom, who will resist to death the oppression of the class which o...

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