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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 16 February 1854

Tho Old 33loinoutlj Banner Office Ar now informed that we are prepared" to execute in a nat and fashionable style all kinds of Ji Either in black or other colors. The ma terials are now in good order, und the es tablishment is under the superintendence . of an experienced and competent work man. Ja- 1853-rrT-Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Justices & Constables Blanks, of all kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this office at prices to suit the times. F. & G. B. Roberts1 Advertisements. LAPORTE, INDIANA. iö Stnc Dims Stove. Established in the City in 1S44. F.& G. B. PiOBERTS, LUMiiUIM , ana ' Apothecaries in Clark's Brick Block, op poiite the pub. square Ln Porto. Indiana. WHOLE SALE and RETAIL DEALERS JN - Druss & Medicines, Chemicals, Türe Wines and Liquors for Me vi tal purposes, and articles of diet. First iualif jr Only! Conside-in? the necessities of the invalid, too sacred tobe trifled with, by the sale of vi tiated Medicines, their chief aim during the nine yea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 February 1854

! 1 t i wa jffw "ffuf f r I' r? t,3 ..rTS M In va Sir 1 -!- I'- I. i-'-U' 1 JJJ II,1 XI-J II I riJMgJJWf L. J IUI .JL H . LHJIJWIUJm MM- A Family Nov3?ap8r--DevOted to Skcation, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. hi t II L I I'll Itilll Vi 1 III L U LI r , I j t.li R H . ij t ft i 4 3 S3 "? I 8 'I 3 .9 N 51. ff M j a si! : cvr.v tu'Jrssat ironuio. 3L?L 7MC 5S Sl.VJ Vll Ii ? I in alviice, -------- At t'i? ea I o;Vix mnths. ... ? i a i - l.evft,.AVT' II :i'Jl iyc l a:l-ll I :ic c ü - ' ' " . , m 'J J n a") -V; ter.u wilt üe siricua - j - larelto. rrTi 3U).t will be Uscouthiuid until all arr;n,'iarj ua, uuicjsuii.'it; u.unui Publisher. ADVERTISING Vlvartiseinints willbeco'ispicuouslyinser - t; 1. at the followinu pricey viz. Fr I s riir (of 10 lines) 3insertionsSl 00 Eiih a I litional l nseriioiif , . TT ViyiitiMless than a square, Nvillbecon JC si lere I a square v, narlicularto mark! thvri V-irY: laserti :is on the face of tLea vrisfnon?,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 February 1854

THE BANNER. WH. J. BURXS. Editor & Proprietor. PLYMOUTH IND. Thnrsalay Morning, Feb. 23, 18547 Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. Some communications crowded out by the foreign news. Depot Located. See the advertisement ia relation to it, and make y ur bidi. There are some advertiserr.ents on the next page, that hava a tendency to please ihe Justices and Constables. Look out. The.Banncr The narrative ca our first page, and the deeply interesting foreign and other news, make this number of the Banner a very interesting one. A few extra copies, in wrsppers, may be had at the office. Depot Building. Our attention has late ly been c-illed to our estimated cost of the Depot buildings at this place, a few weeks ago, acd sure enough the figures make us say $250.000 instead of 25,000. Come Oil. Subscribers for the new and enlarged volume are already coming in. Come on. The clouds that hung over our prospects for making it...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 February 1854

DlSüioutö äuiiicc Office Ar iiovr informed that we are prepared to exicutc in a neat and fishio.uble styls all kinds of Either in black or othercolors. The ma terials are now in gooA order, ami the es tablishment is under tha superintendence of aa experienced and competent worh min. Jan. 1853. CC531ar.k PaeJs, Mortgages, Justices & Castdbies Blanks, of all kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this olfice at pi Ices to suit the times. F. & G. B. Roberts' Advertisements t laoTVPF ,vn,.v. i LAPORTE, INDIANA. (913 Sine Druff Stove. Established in the City in 1814. F. & G . B . ROBERTS, D UUG GISTS, and Apothecaries in ... t x r i Port. Indiana, WHOLE SALE and RETAIL DEALERS 7N Drugs &j Mcdicin 7 - n Chemie!, Türe Uine and Liquors for Med- rreserred frus. Candies, Nuts, &c, ell of a tdl purposes, and articles of diet. j superior quality and flavor. First Qunlit) 'Only! WnnV Cnnrlc Consitlcins the necessities of the inTali.!, j .aivJt VJJil5, too sacre-1 to he tri...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 February 1854

: a "fei. The European Question. The New York Jra7u' of Thuts.Uy sys that r'i vate a lvics state that public lumor in Knglan l cl.ars Use Biiiish Minister at Constantinople with secretly favonuj; thr FvU3ä'un cause, and esciibes tg thv Cabinet feelings o( actual disappointment at the news of the Turkish success at Kilefit. In ihe Sandwich Islands tho small pox is raging fearfully. Not far from 2.000 mem'jori of tho church iu CHbu have died since last May. and the number ov.'.t of the church is much larger than those in it. The whole number of emigrants who arrived nt N-nv York during the month of Januar, 1554, was 17,420, as follows: frmn Great Britain, 8,2(i3; Germany, 5,- ÖÖ3; Fratuo, 2.S34 West Indies, 57; Italy 7; America, 10; United tales, 1.GS3; un kujwn, 7. The emigration to Texas seems to be increasing. Tii3 Gjnztlai Enquirer Mates, on comptteri uuihoiity, that be tween Presto, on the Ked River, and Gonz.iles, two thousand thrco hundred em igrant wagons were recently counted...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 2 March 1854

BÄ Pill A Family Newspaper- Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 2, 1854. WHOLE NO. 104. VOL. 2. NO. 52. E2a ill BJ iii a a PJBLISUE EVSr THURSDAY MOBXIXO. f pail in alvance, - - -At the en 1 of six nonths. - . - - - si.&o - - - - 2 00 r,iiivi u:iil the end of the year, o r. O-Tiie ab:v terras vrill be strictly ad- h,C7"Voi? '.r will be discontinued until all n-re travel are paiJ. unless at the option of the Pabli?her. A D VEFIT I SING. Alvertisevnents willbe conspicuously inser ts 1. at the following prices, Tit. Pot I sriare (of 10 lines) 3insertions81 00 Etch a Uitional insertion, , 2oc XT Vaythinijless than a square, willbecon sidered a square. jj-Vlvertuers must "be particularto mark th nxnber of insertions on the face of the ad ertisenents. or thoy will-be published until ordered out, aa l caarged accordingly. ttK liberal discount will be made where advertising is done by t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 2 March 1854

THE BANNER. J. BURKS, Editor & Proprietor. PLYMOUTH 1XD. TharsJay Morning March 2, 1851. Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced nj the day of publication. Distant Saburibsn. After this number, the names of several persons to whom the Banner has been sent to distant post offi ces in this and other States, will be eras ed from our books, if no arrangements an raa Ja for the payment of their sub scription before the issue of our next number. "CCpTfie Corporation election takes place on Monday next. Those wishing' tickets should mike application by Sat-J urday noon, as it will be out of our pow f to do an work of the kind on Monday Fatal Accident. On Thursday last Mr. Th-jmis Gibson was thrown from his wag on a few miles south of this place, by his horses taking fright at the rattling of so mi portion of his loading, and his head Mling immediately in front of the wheels, was run over and so mashed as to cause his instant death. Lillic'S little favor...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 2 March 1854

Jon. 2G, li-51 rar raJTJ? fcrLlar.all Cxanty, is empowered by the late laws o Indiana, L a Lumber all oaths nd siEricv.ijns which are reared by Jaw; to take nl rtify aSlavits aal depositions." &c. Also as Notary Publie.lhe will take acknowl n.-?,-ns of Deeds. Mortgagos and other le- ii ini-aTient. tul wmcima bu iawuicv i j at a trifling' expense " ri i Banner office, Plymouth. all ZionX! Jiottcc- 15 y an order of the Board of Di- t . I i-v.rt . . t . . x . - ,i laclOfi OX me run juc uv ., i.-.i nf ,' u ucago nan ttoau, au aacu.Gu per nt on each share of the cash sub-; scr ions of stot-k has been made, aud bu'jsv-ribers will be required to pay that amount on the first of each month com m2ncin on the first of August Ust un til ths same is pii'.l out. Subscribers in Marshall county will pay at Plymouth.: to A. L. WHEELER. Director, j S.-pt 20, 1Sj3. l&if. j Throv Physic to the Dogs. TJULVEKMACIIER'S VOLTAIC CHANS, LVEKMACIIER'S HYDRO ECLECTC Producing instant relief from the mo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 2 March 1854

Th9 Qlä Patco as Are now informed that vre are prepared to execute in a neat an 1 fashionable style all kinds of t3' Either in black or other colon. The ma terials are now in good order, and the es labliahment is under the superintendence of an experienced and competent worh mia. Jan- 1853. CQrSUnK Deeds, Mortgages, Justices fit Cirntables Blanks, of alt kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this office! t prlcea to suit the times. r x- r n HrtiipriV ljkiHUpnipnN.;spekadvisedly as tolhe artic,es he offe fr. U. l. iiOUCm AdltrUSCJlum.. an(j can asSure you that his are no spurious LAPORTE, INDIANA. 9i& Sine 23rus Stove. Established in the City in 1844. F.&, G. B. ROBERTS, DBUCCISTS, and Apothecaries in Clark's Brick Block, op- pDiite the pub. square La Porte. Indiana, WHOLE SALE and RETAIL DEALERS IS Drugs & Medicines, Chemicals, Pure Wines and Liquors for Med ial purposes, and articles of diet. First Quality Only! Conside-ing the necessities of the invalid, too sacred...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 9 March 1854

ClO'tun7, I?e f"T'.!lTlOie i sl .iy, gve wri, i:i:u is e '.Hiii rci.ee in lum nr "1 v.. uv yimn i ,u i.ui 4 TW E3 Vi '- rr f n i r i rh 'O' i Ir? 0 A Family Newspaper Devoted to Edacation, Agriculture, Coamerca, läarkets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Dccectie News. VOL. 3. NO. 1. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 0, 1854". WHOLE NO. 105. i X - t sa i t . 5 i t J r 1 ' 1 . i - . V a THE BANNER IS ITC JURIES EVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY Vi 31. J. BURNS. "JSC Ja.2 SLGLIöJSS If piilia advanc;, $1 50 At the end of si months, - - - - - 1 0 ) It delayed until tbe end of the year, '2 öO A fadurz t-j otilr a discontinuance at the rxp:ratioa of the time subscribe! f'.r, will be C0Ti.vi-re I a new euajerasnt, aa l t5ie paper continued. G"No paper will be discontinued until all trr? traces ire ptiJ, unless at the opiior ol the Publisher- ETTae above terms will Le strictly ad Liil to. -A D V FIT ISING. Alvert;semei;'s willbe conspicuously inser- at th follDwin priest, viz For it 1 square (of ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 9 March 1854

is i J -I I i ; . I 1 a 4 2 ; t :.l if BANNER. Wfl. J. BURNS, Editor k Proprietor. PLYMOUTH IND. Thursday Morning, March 9, 1854. Advertisements to insure inser tion, mast be handed in by Tuesday preced ng the day of publication. Extra copies of the Banner, for. mail ing, -may be had at the office in wrap pets. Foreign. Oa the first page will be found j foreign items of interest, but those bro't by the Andes, and which appear on this page, are strikingly interesting. To the Patrons Of the Banner. This, first number of the third volume of the Plymouth Banner is presented to ;ing for a heavy summer's business. its readers in an enlarged an improved ! T . , ,. . i. ii Inotnerialifornian. Adam VissEDCEre - form, relying upon the public spirit and . ------ . turned from CaIifor.ua to the home of his liberality of its friends for a sufficient! .... .... patronage to sustain us proprietor in tne ; hazardous enterprise of increasing its di mensions from its former 10 by 12, to its present f...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 9 March 1854

only which are of the finest cualitv. a. well And tak a t. n..-i i.-.,-, i v...-n ' .. . : ,-,lt-v iIHC underMrned havhi fcrra Old $HtjmoutD 23;wnce Office Ars now informed that we are prepared to execute in a neat and fashionable styl all kinds of Hither in black or other colors. The ma tcrials are now in good order, and the es tbluhrae.it is under the superintendence of aa experienced and competent worh man. Jan. 1333. CC3"Bl-nk Deeds, Mortgages. Justices 5c Constables Blanks, of all kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this office at prices to suit the times. F. & G. B. Roberts' Advertisements. T rnPTF IntA4 . D15 ZLUxc Qntfl StotT. Established in thi City in ISM. G. B. ROBERTS, kBUG GISTS, and ' Apothecaries in Cluk's Drick Block, op posite the pub. square La- , Porte, Indiana, WHOLE- ' bALEand RETAIL DEALERS IS Drugs 3Icclicines, Chemicals, i'ure irmes and Liquors forMed- al purposes, and articles of diet. First Quality Only! Conside'in? the necessities of the invalid....

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 9 March 1854

ÜBST. Crashing Arjifficiit Against the Pacific HallxaaJ. '.The Philadelphia Ledger recently brought to light a difScully hitherto un thought of, connected with travelling, or any attempt to travel, by railroad, across ihovast plains and mountains intervening be'.ween us and the Pacific. Ocean. It is knovrn that immense herd of buffaloes range over the regions to be traversed by the projected road. Tho fact that thesö animils are very near sighted, both in physical ad intellectual vision, nnd that! tthen nlarrced or ennged they ru.h to-1 gothcr with ticrr.cnduous force, and boat down all obstruction in their curse. satis fics the Ledger that the idea of traveling snfely through their domain by railroad earn would be a terfiblo mistak. The St. Louis Herald takes off well the pro found deduction of tho Ledger, end to show the ease with which a tiob of exas perate'l buffilo bulla c uM overturn a rail Way train at.d scatter it in a twinkling, he gives tho fallowing malhooiatic il cil cul...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 16 March 1854

PL YMO BiilM v .l,r fF t A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News, VOL. 3. NO. 2. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1G, 1854. WHOLE NO. 10G. i 1 si 1 ' 1 f ' - ! f i :. i ;. 4 ! J .4 4 THE BANNER IS PUBLISHES EVERY THURSDAY MORNING BY WM. J. BURNS. If paid in advance, Si 80 At the end of six moaths, - -- -- - 200 If delayed until the end of the year, 2 50 A failure 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. . 0"The above terras will be strictly ad hered to. ADVERTISING. Advertisements willbe conspicuously inser ted, at the following prices, viz. Fol 1 square (of 10 lines) 3insertions3l 00 Each additional insertion, , . 2c tfj-Anything less than a square, willbecon sidered a square. . !D-Advertisers must be paiticu...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 16 March 1854

WH. J. BUHNS, Editor & Proprietor. PLYMOUTH IND. Thursday Morning March 16, 1854. Qf'Advertiscmciits to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday prcced ng the day of publication. Extra copies of the Banner, for mail ing, may be had at the office in wrap pers. "Ve cheerfulljr omit our own chatter ings to make room for the interesting Foreign News in this paper. The Ban ne is'ut large enough yet." Lillie's acrostic appears on our fitst page to-day. We hope to hear'from her often. Charles Umcr. The South Bend Forum of last Saturday announces the arrival of this distinguished Fur-run-ner, at that place, in an advertisement. His swin dling operations in this place doubtless failed to be of any further benefit to him. and he is trying his luck at the smaller towns. Friend Forum, as mistry loves company, put your bill and oars together in your pipe, and puff theenstomer. Frtsh Fish. Our market is already beirg supplied with fresh Fish of the most choice kinds. The beautiful lake...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 16 March 1854

CID ffüio Old pSPatirono igmoutfj ftnnntv mtt Are now informed that we are prepared to txccutc ia a neat and fashionable style all kinds of ifTMG, Either in black or other colors. The ma tcrials ate now in good order, and the es tablishment is under the superintendence of an experienced and competent worh man. Jan- 1853. CC3"BUnk Deeds, Mortgages, Justices & Conitables Blanks, of all kinds. Also xt. ur 'f.- k;c nlrp at prices to suit the times. F. & G. B. Roberts' Advertisements. LAPORTE, INDIANA. 9lir Sine Drug Store. Established in the City in 1844. G. B. ROBERTS, DRUGGISTS, and Apothecaries in Clark's Brick Block, op posite the pub. square La Porte. Indiana, WHOLE SALE and RETAIL DEALERS 7N Drugs & Medicines, Chemicals, Pure Wines and Liquors for Me il eal purposes, and articles of diet. First Quality Only! Considering the necessities of the invalid, too sacred to be trifled with, by the sale of vi tiated Medicines, their chief aim during the nine years they have been...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 16 March 1854

J .1 '-r- - 'ii irTiinjj! mm 4 ITE(t FROM MXUU. ASCDSOUTU A Mr. Lib, v. New YoaK. March 4. I Thm FmrJf r.Itv fr.im Wninw-ll tUn ! Sil ult.. arrived at her wharf at 5 o'clock r , v..: r , r r v. r?;f....,: muls. passengers, and specie of Februa ry 1st. The Aspinwall Courier, of the 22J lt., says Secretary JMarcy has instructed the mail steamship company not to pay the tax often per cent imposed on the steamships by the New Grer.adian gov ernment: informing tliem that the Uni ted States government will not permit such tax to be levied. An unsuccessful attempt was made to I lob G-n. Wood's party while the Isthmus. crossing ; Advices from Vdlparaiso are to the i 2lth. and Callao to the 23d of Jan. A j lare fire occurred at Guayaqnil on the ' 27ih of D.'C, destroying S 10.000 worth! of property. j Peru is still uniuiet. Rulivb threat- ! ens. every instant, invasion. The Bo- ; jjOTICE is hereby given that the under livians are about to march upon Ltunj- signed, with the Couuty Surveyor, w...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 March 1854

Y A Faaiil7 Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. V HO. 8.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1854. WHOLE NO. 107. 'IB fflW 'tisxmi PfP WW ft f Jf ' ... . 4 . 1 i I ',4 Si M ': if .! j .- i Vi ; U "4 .3 3 4 r:M TT n ?" X TV! ri: 7 .9 1 iL a. Lit 5J 2. ii 1 j -Jj Jl 1J t'LLIsIIKJ EVE.tY Tiii'u:.Y mousing BY .Yrtl. J. DDIiNS. ' rr ta.ry g'idll bu and he 13 hereby authori- ail said otlicers, who sha.i hold their of- If pal ', in alvnnce, J,50 -ed an I r quired to execute and perform fice until the cn of the first session of iV,ia.;1uÄV( tkc ;r," 2M: ä f e KovCtar the l,pl,l.,lr. .wMj. .nd shall Ujr off A flilar' t. cxlci a liscontinuam-c at the durin- such vacancy or absence, or until the necessary districts for rneaibersof the cv;raiioa of t!i- subsoril-ed for, will be . UUotht r -ovimor Fhall be duly appotuted council and house of representatives, aud coriiilerel tx now enja Ji32-.it, au-1 the piper j cr ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 March 1854

',. j 4 t j. 'i i . 3 - .? Y)I. J. BURXS, Editor & Proprietor. I'IAMIOUTII IND. nnr-d i) 3Iörniüg, March 23, 1851. ; --WvcrtHijiiicitls wjure inser .. i. 'ij ; - h-n!ii in by Tuoday preced j . .e diy of publication. .j-j. new Advertisements. Rare in ducemeuts offered. Hons. I'ettit, Bright, Mace, Eddy, Djnham, an J others, have kindly favored us with interesting documents. jiCW Firms. We notice that within the ;a3t few days, several changes in propri eiorships have taken place in our little coiniiierrhl community. In the Grocery tc-'t Provision business, Packard & Furry rs doins the business formerly done by l li. Furrj, and a great deal more of it. vr-.it Vai'enburgh & Co. are busily and -.i-..;.t:sfull operating in the stead of Ir vine & Van Valkenburgh. J. H. Case is now alone in the management of the Clothing and Shoe business; at the old stand. C. D. Burch and A. Shinnabar ger have purchased the Dry Goods estab lishment of C. D. Clark, and we suppose they will C...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 23 March 1854

Wc deny th-uMr. retiit ever va3 a freo-soiler. Terre Haute Journal. It is much easier denying some things thin disproving them. Let the wit ness be called. John Pettit, take the stand. Tell us, John, was you over n fr-soiler. or not? Answer: "I am de voted to free-soil and free-labor; and no vote of mine shall knowingly ever be giv en to pollute the one or oppress the other with Slavurv." PcttiCs Leiter July 13, 1313. Th'w is sufii ient aj jumthe co m. Tern Haute Exprei. THE STARVING IRISH BOY. Give mf three grains of corn, mother, Give me three grains o" corn; 'Twill keep the little life I have, Till the coming o" the morn. I am dying of hunger r.ndcold, mother, 1 am dying of hunger and cold; And half the agony of stich a death. My lips have never told- It has gn awed like a wolf at my heart, mother. Like a wolf that is fierce lor bio!; All the live-long day and the night besiJtf. It is gnawing for the lack of food. I dreamed of bread in my sleep, mother, And the siht was heaven to...

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