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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 9 August 1855

4 ' I I. S A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 4. NO. 21.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 9, 1855. WHOLE NO. 177 If ElEfal ISelll JK1 BIT! I i T HEB A N N E R 13 eXSLISJIED EVERY THURSDAY MORNIIJO (Cp stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel.) BY WH. J. BURNS. I f .ii.l i n a Tvnr.ce, - SI 50 At the end ofsix months, COOiThrre stc spring of crystal nectat If l we 1 until the end of the year, 250 j Even wel'.ine out of stone; A fitl'ire t order a discontinuance at the There are purple hud nnd eolden rpir.tion of the time subscribed for, will be j Hidden, crushed, and overgrown, conilerel a nev engagement, and the paper , God. who counts by souls notdresse, continued. I Loves and prospers you and me. ttN") )i;rwiU be discontinued iintralii sTr?n -es ire paid, unlessatthe option oi.he PuMihcr. TT Tie above terms will be strictly ad hered to. ADVERTISING. (TF.?t t.!XESR .rSäMlKEA SQTARE.) O i'j ' l ...

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. — 9 August 1855

Pnmoutl) Bannet. 31. J. BURNS, Editor k Proprietor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thursday Morning, Aug. 9, 1855. GP'Atlvertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. Governor Reeder'i Removal. We most full j concur with many of our exchanges in their regrets at the re moTal of Gor. Reeder at this particular juncture. "We append the opinions of a few, as follows: We infer thai Got. R. has failed to satisfactorily explain the speculations in Indian lands in which he was charged to have ben engaged. We exceedingly re gret that he should hare been led to com mit any act which made his remOTal ne cessary, for we have admired his manly performance of difficult duties, and his firmness in resisting the unlawful pro ceedings in Kansas. Ilia successor is a good man. Det. Free Press. Upon confirmation of the remoral and the appointment of Mr. Dawson of Penn sylvania, the Laporte Times says; 'This matter does not surprise us. and yet we cannot help thinkin...

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. — 9 August 1855

--!. U.M. UB THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. 17Eira copies ol the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe ha J at the office for 5 cents each. CANDIDATES. JT'The usual fee of 3 1 to subscribtrs. and Si to non-subscribers, is charged inall cases, lor announcements. We are authorized to announce James Mc Fakvis a? a candidate for County Clerk at the net October election. We are requested to say that Co.nside Ctsh xax v ill be a candidate !or County Clerk, sub. jeei to the decision of the county Democratic Convention. farmers, The harvesting is about over for thi year, and you certainly hive some anxiety to know when and when you will find the best market for your surplus. We expect to closely observe trie changes in the markets, and keep our readers well posted as to the prices of all articles you may have for sale. No farmer should be without a paper con taining those items. He may save ten times the amount it will cost him. by learning of the best market and highest imiket price for hi...

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. — 9 August 1855

Carrier Pi?tons and the Tclfgraph. Many of the leaders of the newspaper, v.Jio wake up in ihe morning and find a column of European news by telegraph ready for their perusal in the morning paper, thft steamer, hating arrived only the midnight before, do not know the la bor and ihe enterprise which ae involv ed to procure this early transmission of tho steamer's news. The "associated press have an agnt for the arrival of New York steamers at the Sindy Hook lighthouse, lie h-ts fifty carrier pigeons, which are trained for the purpose of con ' i veyingnews from the steamships to the shor? A man in an open boat, in all Kinus ot weatner. drops a longside of the steamer as she bears directl upon Sandy ,(nft. T. . ' v . 3 Hook. The news is thrown over in a vater-tight can, and, being taken out, a sing'e sheet Is affixed to a birds leg. The man then gives the signal to the bird, which raises his wings, and awny he goes with nit his powers of locomotion, in a straight line fur tho office, go...

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. — 30 August 1855

i ihn a A Family Newspaper Ecvoted to Education, Agriculture, ComiT,örGe, Harkets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. A. SO. 2 -!. PLYMOUTH; INDIANA, THsSBAY, '-A-ÜGÜST 30, . 1855 WHOLE -NO. 180. I a I. I 1, r T II E BANNER Ij P'jr.,tMi:n EVERY THTRSPAT MOESIKG (U? s:a;r-. in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY W3J. J. BURNS. If oii-l'm nlrnncr, $1 SO end ofsiv. ninths, ----- - C no IfV-Uvel u.itil t'.e end of the year, 250 I ..xxe t or.ler a discontinuance .it the ovviat'm of the time subscribed for, wilt he ornil :el a tie v.-engagement, and the paper ,.,,.,,1 i-irw'.ll be discontinued unti'all rrr-;'.r.U'V$ re utilessatthe option o.the j irl'ii above terras will be strietlyad ADVERTISING. i t i is." j. 'it i i'.- - " :-v"Aiir.j 0 in yi-vr ihr iior?Ioii or l s ?t 00. v r , r,U ifi.-f r(l "r.f TPi' fr. PO. T.o r ,1 i",lxtrti!rn!'t; mnt bo cah in nd . .,- -i-rnritv. Alvrrtieirei!ts, f i' -'.. ,, r:)T tr. .1. will 1. i n t. d till lorbi Ucn. ti I c!. ridl at th' h'vc rate....

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. — 30 August 1855

Pjimout!) Banner. J. BUSXS, Editor & Proprietor. - 1 LYNOÜTII, IXD. Thursday Morning Äng. 30, 1S55. rAlvcrfirmcnf a to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of Duplication. Atchison a Know -Sorbin;. The St. Louis Democrat says thai there is not the least doubt that the notorious, if not infamous David Atchison of Missouri,, who acted j ss the leader of the Missouri outlaws that wouU force slavery into Kansas 8gainst the wishes of her people, is a member of the Knotc-Xotking order, anil has accom plished the Kansas outrages through its instrumentality. It is also stated that several members of the order will soon furnish their certificates of Atchison's connection with them. Fort Wayne and Chiraio Eailroad. The Fort Wayne Sentinel of the 25th inst. says the tracklayers are now busily enga ged laying the rails on this road. A large amount of iron is here, and more arriving almc3t every day. The road will be com' pleted to Warsaw tin? ensuing winter, an...

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. — 30 August 1855

ril TT "1 A TV IV TT? - - ' - ' ABOUT HOME. rKxtra copies of tie Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing maybe had. at the oiaceior S .-?tits each. drrr.ry. C. s. Tiebits Esq., is our au thorized Arout to receive subscriptions ami nunty due us, hi Strnke county. tf. Advance Tay. A lew more numbers cf ti e Banner will complete the first 6 months of the pre.ent volume, after which those who hav not paid t heir subscription, will be char.,'- e.i w. ur terms areas row as r them, and our circumstances require that we hhoul I strictly adhere to them. m - , . v . i ..... a a . rn T wa.ti:d. A Bo) from 16 to 13 years of age, having a tolerable English education, and wish- to learn t!ie printmj business, can in 1... iL- .inrtnnitv bv aoolviiiü ot this CANDIDATES. TTTheiKual f-e of 3 t to subscribers, and SO to non-subscribers, is charged in. all caes, j for announcements. j Yt are authorized to announce Jamks Mo ! F.isi.iN ns a candidate for County Clerk at the r-;t ctobc-T tlesti u. aTe re.;...

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. — 30 August 1855

From the Albany Argus. J A Sad Case -Fruits of Gambling. How irresistable, when once acquired. is ihe b-nse passion for gimbling. Few there are who, uheri once they hazard a sum, have courage and detf rmination to throY o(T the spell that is upon them and th-is sire their fortunes and their respec- Vibiliir. Anl how rmny thousands there are who annually go down to ignominy. and perhaps death, through their insa tiaMe desire to try agnin. We have a cas-s jn point: Barnabas ltes an geil, and in former years, an industriou?, thrifty farmer, was yesterday j and the third timo within a week, picked tip ia the street in a state of stupor. Upon searching hitn at the station-house, fifteen blank lottery tickets were found in his pocket book. He was placed in o cell, when he slept off the effects of the liquor he had drunk, and when -'sober reason had a si timed her sway' ha expe rienced the most piognant grief. Hi story is a lamentable one. Bates niirrieJ young, and for years cultivated a s...

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. — 6 September 1855

i . j T Wm A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 4. NO. 25.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 1855. WHOLE NO. 181. ii 1 nil I li ira e' iä .ia da i lsf tj Ea y ja ti J THE BANNER 13 PUBLISHED EVERT THURSDAY HOESIKO (Up stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WM. J. BURNS. Jif nii I i n advance, - - - - - - - - 1 150 At the end ofsix months, 200 If delayed until the end of Hie year, 250 A failure to order a discontinuance at the expiration of the time subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement, and the paper continued. ETNo paper will be discontinued unti?all arre?Mesare paid, unlessaute option oithe Pa')tiher. TTTae abave terras will be strictlyad Leri to. ADVERTISING. (thx lines or less make a sariRE.) Oas .rjinre three insertions or less tl.OO. E ich additional insertion . . . 26c. p.iisun s Crl inrerted one rear $5,00. Lei! 'advertisements must be ch1i in ad vance or accepted...

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. — 6 September 1855

Pptonti) fauuci " vi J. BURXS, Editor k Proprietor. . I LYMOUTII, IND. . ThurMlay Morning Sept. 6, 1855. td'Arivcrtiscincsifs to insure inser ti j, must be handed ia by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. SEE FOUR Til PA GE. Col. Thompson. The Old Liners hereabouts have been boasting that Hon. R. W. Thompson had come out in favor of their "blessed prin ciples." We know that Col. T. is not the ram do Euch a thing. The Terre Haute American has the following para graph, which will relieve our friends of uii SNch hopes: Vincennes Gazette. "Col. Thompson will just as soon cut his own-throat literally, as to join the Old Line Whisky Party. Col. T. is de termined to do battle for a National Amaritanization of this Government, and leave sectional agitation to Sulgrove, V?ile, Ssward, Chase and Co." If Col. T. wi'l do this much, he 'will entitle himself to the gratitude of his countrymen. When' sectional agitations oiid secret organizations are wholly dis caidcd from a truly American ...

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. — 6 September 1855

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. " p-Extra copies ol the Banner, in wrappers, leaJy for mailing, maybe had at the office for 5 c:nts each. Acnry. C. S. Tibbits Esq., is our au thor: W Agent to receive subscriptions and rmncy due us in, Starke county. tf. Advance I "a jr. A few more numbers of the Dinner will complete the first 6 months of ti:e present volume, after which those who have notpsid their subscription, will be charg ed oo. Our terms areas Iowas we can put tLc:n, and our circumstances require that we should strictly adhere to them. WAXTED. A Coj from 1G to 13 years of age, having a tolerable English education, and wish ing to learn the printing - business, can have the opportunity by applying at this ofTr-e. CANDIDATES. '.VrTLe ummI fee of Si to subscribers, an I to non-subscribers, is charged in all cases, f.T apiiuuncements. We nr authorized to announce Jamks Mc Faih in a? a candidate for County Clerk at the next October election. We pre authorized to announce Nkwto R. Packard us ...

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. — 6 September 1855

Is it any Body's Business! Is it anybody's business If a gentleman should choose To call upon a ladv. If the iady den't refuse? Ot, to speak aliitle plainer, That the meaning all may knyw, Is it any body's business If a lady has a beau? Is it any body's business When that gentleman doe3 calif Or when he leaves that UJy, Or if he leaves at all? Or is it necessary That the curtain should be drawn. To saveiTom lurthtr trouble, The outside lookers on. Is it any body's business But the lady's if her beau Rides out with other ladies And doesn't let her know? Is it a uy tody's business But that gentleman's, if ah Should accept another escort Where he doesn't chance to be? If a person's on the sidewalk. Whether preat 01 whether small. Is i; any body's business Where that person means to call? Or i! you see a person, As he's calling an) where Is it any body' a business What his business maybe there? The substance of our query, Simply stated, would be this IS it anv body's business What anoth...

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. — 20 September 1855

3 IMr1 s A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. IS VOL. 4 NO. 27.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1855. WHOLE NO. 183. tSsE &&&t25t Err p w m "p pi II II I "I I. I 1 1 Ii 1 1 I 'I, I E 1 1 j I :;, i p V '3 Hs rö. &a Ga I ; t! i I ri I ! r ? u e i i i i 1 Si THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED EVEEY THURSDAY MOEXIKG (U stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WJI. J. BURNS. 'JLX? J3BZ SLUJBCSS Tf nid in alvance, - - - - !1 Sf At the end ofsix months, ---- - - 20nj If Wiv I un'il the end of the year, 2 50 , A ful ire order a discontinuance fit te ' pxi'ra'ioi of the time subscribe d for, will le I f.-n.i 1 -re I a new engagement, and the paper j co-.tnued. ' T?Vj mrwlll he discontinued untPntl 1 nrr ..Tn?.., , re pai l, unlessatthe option olthe PuVhher. TfT'ie abave terms will Le strictly ad- ner -a to. ADVERTISING. (TF. T.TNESOR i.ESH MtKI Sai'AHl.) O ia rj ? ir three i;teriiiis or Ies SM...

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. — 20 September 1855

WM. J. BUNS, Editor is Proprietor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thnrsday aioTDiDTst 20, 1855. . sAdvertiseniciits to insure inser lon, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ng the day of publication. SEE FO UR Til PA GE. The missonri Motcrrats in Kansas. e are much gratified to see the ques tion mooted, bs to whether the Execu tive is under obligations to interfere with the local or legislative authority of Kan ess. If that body was legally constitu ted, and its members were the legitimate representatives of the actual settles and lonafidc xotera of the territory, there would be no difficulty in deciding as to thelegalit) of their acts. President Tat X.OH, in his message to Congress, January. 21, 1850, states that the instructions given to the government officers were, "that all measures of domestic policy adopted by the people of California must originate solely with themselves;" and that his aim had been to avoid any inter ference with the election of delegates. Here the true principles of territ...

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. — 20 September 1855

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. irrExtra conies of the Rani, in wrappers, ready for mailing, may be had at the office for ! 5 cents each. A Doj from 16 to IS years ofag, having a tolerable English education, and wish ing to learn the printing business, can have the opportunity by applying at this office. CANDI DATES. XTTheusual fee of Si to subscribes, and tabliehod agencies in New York. They 8.1 to non-subscribers, is charged in all caes, ' have opened up a correspondence wilh for announcements. . Individuals favoruble to annexation in lhat " t . capital. One of their members has been We are a" thorized to announce James Mo .. . ..... FAaux wcan.lKIatefor County Clerk at the j instructed to send letters to the business neu October election. men who have dealing with Canada ns We are authorized to announce Nrwro IL Silting them that the whole' banking syg Packard as a candUate ior Clerk of Marshall! tern of the Province is rotten thai our county. j banks are only kept in existence by means W...

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. — 20 September 1855

ti.i.i..n.inr.n .r,,.r,.1,.ii i in. t n-a ""'"u aUucks. yn 11 imu mein mere 1 IL 1" V THE JIDSE3 BIG SillRT. A story p3 lliat ou a certain occasion Ju a 1 then on a risi t to Ra leigh, N. C. was notorious for leavin Imne without the necessr.ry precaution o! carrying alcn a second shirt. While here "he was invited to attend a and fasViomWa party, to be given at thi re- ideme of Judge C . The viiting JaJje terribly perplexed about a clean shirt for the occasion; and while levolvin in his mind lr should pos himself of the desired article, (as in those davs ready-made shirts wert not articles of merchandize) when he now. was called on at III 5 room, oy iir. o., j . . r c ' another limb of the law. but not a JuJ9. Attrr passing the usual compliments. Jnd-e A . re milked, "See h;r. C , I hv just been invited to attend a p;r- j tr to morrow night, and have not a clean ; fT th occasion." honinji, no doubt! tlut hi friend would offer the loan of: one of his. Cut being a bit ol '"S-: and r.li...

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 October 1855

iff! M m m ti P n M : I j! I. ' 'H a a . I-: i i r n I. '3 l ; i a w t hi J I II ha Itf d uaiS Lss A Family Nevspaper -Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 4. NO. 20.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1855. WHOLE NO. 185. T II E 33 A N N E R IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORNING Up stairs, in tlie Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY Uli. J. BURNS. I f mi ' i n n lv.inPc. - . - - . . - $i r.n : At the end olsix months, 2iKi it .).i,-1 until the end of tlic year, 2 50 ; A f n! ire t ) order a discontinuance at the eMvr.v; i oftlie time subscribed for, will be j ro ii .re 1 a iicweiiLT'eraent, and t he paper , , w 11 rS uperw'.U he discontinued unti'all . arr:r ii'.'-; u. paid, unlcssatthe option oithe , IViMUher. I I, a"ove terms win ue strictly ad herd to. ADVERTISING. (T" T INTS ('H I.r.SS MIXKA Sl"ARK.) O1!'- s jij ir,. tim e j:;ert ions rr less 31.00. V. i h t I liri'Mril insertion !!!:' C ird iiiet trd 0110 yon' $.r,...

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 October 1855

Pmnont!) ömmcr. W". J. ErsXS, Editor & Proprietor. riA'JIOUTII, 'V hsuxlij Morning Oct. 4, 1S55. Attvertiv-'uieuis to insure tnser t.on, linist he landed in by Tuesday preced ing tlj il. y of publication. sin: fo ur tu page. TLe Frcspcft Brightens, We get some cheering news from Mr. Brown, the gen eral land Agent for our Railroad to Chi cago, L iporte, iScc. The Pres!, of the Board Mr. Ilanria, returned from New Yoik on Friday Lst, bringing the gratifying intel ligence, that he had fully succeeded in hi negotiations for the cars and other su&citn! rciiiug machinery for the equip ment of the road from Laporte to this place. This arrangement, together with the iron negotiations previously consu lted 11 without embarrassing the means of the company or contractor to finish the work insures the speedy an nouncement of the locomotive whistle a1 cur busy little town, and our dhect Rail- ruJ connection with the north, south, cast and west. Trat! lay ing is to commence at Laporte f:i...

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 October 1855

v i HE BANNER ABOUT HOME. T7F.tn copies o! the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing maybe tad at the office for 5 cents each. CANDIDATES. ITThe usual foe of Si to subscribes, and f-5 to no i-vuv'icrü ert, is charged iu all caes, for ar.nou nee:::-" r.ts. Y.'ear.' author! -e 1 t announce Jaws Mc F vr.i.iv as a cm 1; lite lor County Clerk at the i:et October tlrtin. We are au'.h"-ti;:cd to announce N'kwto TL Pcxaki a a candidate lor Clerk of Marshall count y. We ire auth-oried to announce R.chri rstitv, the present Clerk of the Marshall "ir u.t c-!ut. as a candidal;; fbr re-fcWction in October next- We a 7. s'-hori-c-1 to announce Jacob Knob Jock a an in b-pet; lent can bta'e for County ( om ni-sioü'-r, lit the i:o::hem district of Mar- r!.i'.:I county. Cpki Fox Is a canlib'e for Justice of the Peace Nor-h Township. Save Trouble. "NYc have some accounts due us on old scores, that we shall get the cfT.cc rs to collect, if not otherwise soon esttleJ. TVooti S on;e of that promised by ...

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 October 1855

riCAL As fctaoTE. Miss Johnson, on of Sir Joshua Reynold's nieces, was cn Jay dining with Dr. Johnson and some others. The conversation happening to turn upon music, Johnson spoke contemp tuously of the art, saying that "no man of talent, or whose mind va3 capable of better things, ever would or could devote his time and attention to so frivolous a pursuit." The young lady was very fond of music, and whispering to one whosai r.enr her, sui-l, "I wonder what the Doc tor thinks of king David?" Johnson over Iieaid her, and vi;h great and good hum or an 1 cnnip.ecency replied, 'Mdani, I -V011 1 5Uncl fbuke.l before you. j j of ail experienced and competent worh r. 1 "Trrselhat. on ono subject at least,! man JaIK ig t you shall never hear mo talk nonsense agiiu." AIm ays Take your Wives Hon;. The e-.iitur of the Cleelacd Herald is responsibl for the following plea in fa vor of i.-.itrunony: On the famous 'Burlington Excursion a on all other excursions tho advau fg"g possessed by thosd wh...

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