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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 2 November 1854

TB v 1 Vak fflgmautlj asnuuct; Ottitt Are n)vr informed that we are prepared .9 execute in a neat anl fashionable styl all kinds of JOB PBfifTirfG, .Either in black or other colors. The ma trials are now in good order, nd the es Mihmnt is under the superintendence th of an experienced and competent worr-: Jan. 1S53. j man. rr-ßianx ueeas. AUoriEacfj, j usuv.. o rotables Blanks, of all kinds. A.so! - ' . . Blank Notes, kept for sale at this o dice j at prices to suit the times. Farmers take Notice T riHAT th? undersigned hai received an aiiencv from a Commission Merchant iti Cincinnati Ohio, and intends paying cnh for cranberries this fall if a nuflicieat quantity can b procured, but they must he ripe and picked j - . nl. . ..II ... All I)!i-m,,n!li 1 in good orJer. Ple-isecall at Old Plymouth Hotel. Sept. 7, 1854 W. J. MOIR The Board of Trustees of Center Township WILL hoM their regular meetings on the last Saturday in Jane, Aigust, October, December and February of the ear commenc ...

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 November 1854

a - A i t -i. I.1 mi .3 4 .il". -11 ;t 4 : i 1 8- !l . i 'i tl - ff -r F1 tf-i t-J . t- V i 2 i i iv.. i 1 1 i r '" I i f ."J - 4 A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 3 NO. 34.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1854. WHOLE NO. 138; Lü i. - j V ' I ' -' , I ':.-Mv:::ä;-:-M v- JJ JJ V iV E R - V IS PUBLISHED ETF.RY THUR8DAT MOUSING BY WAI. J. BURNS. If paid in a-lvance, - - - - - - - - S1.0 At the end of six months. ----- - 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. i U-Xo paper will be discontinued untilall arrera?esare paid, uulessatthe op'.ior. oM.he ' lVlhher. . . , . . I U-rhe above terms will be strictly ad-; W rel to j ADVERTISING. AWerlisements willbeconspicuously inser . rrfr0' question thai made him Siddy to Ul, at the followin; p...

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 November 1854

PgmotUl) Baxmtx. WM. J. immoT & Proprietor. Thursday Morning, Nor 9, 1854. "Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. State Stock Banks. The act to authorize and regulate the business of General Banking in this State, approred May 18, 1852, seems to us to conflict with the Sections of the Consti tution authorizing the establishment of individual banks. The 7th Section of the 11th article of the Constitution lays: "All bills or notes issued as money, shall be, at all times redeemable in gold or silver, and no law shall be passed, sanctioning, di rectly or indirectly, the suspension, by any bank or banking company, of specie payments." It will be well to notice particularly, the wording of the Section quoted, and how determined its authors must have been to prevent a suspension of specie payment either "directly or indirectly,'1 and that the notes of all. banks should be 'at all times, redeemable in gold or silver." Past e...

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 November 1854

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. - DExtra copies ot the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe ha J at the office for S cents each. i'ricalt&ral Scfifty. All those favorable to'the organization of an Agricultural Society for Marshall county, will please recollect that on next Saturday (the llth inst..) a marling will be held at the Court House, at 1 oclock P. M.. for that purpose. The farmers, mechanics and others of Marshall county, should not be behind. their neighboring counties in this ;espect. MonCj! SonryS The first year of our ronnection with the Burner expired in . July last, and we have many subscribers who are owing us for that year, and who ; re now requested to call and settl.-. We luve constant casli outlays, that must be met. and the amounts due us mutt alio j By llanger 8uJe colefy we want ourSuP be settled in some way. cr. AJlOBMAN." We Ii3ve diicontinued th papers of I a pC.itiie fict; for we hve before us -errral for non payment , ami where we j the original locut...

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 November 1854

Patrons ölßmoutö Banner GUitt vre noT informed that we are prepared j execute in a neat and fashionable style all kinds of ather in black or othercolors. The ma rials are novr in good order, and the es- ablishment is under the superintendence of an experienced and competent wort- ( man. u. iou. C3-Blank Deeds, Mortgages, Justices & Constables Blanks, of all kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this office at prices to suit the times. T 1 Q H Farmers take Notice rr nilAT the undersizned ha received an I asencv from a Commission Merchant in Cincinnati Ohio, and intends paying cush for craubernes this lall if a sutlicier.t quantity can b procured, but they must be ripe and picked in good order. Pleaae call at Ohl Plymouth Hotel. Sept. 7, 1S54 W. J. MOIR. 2fm2. The Board of Trustees of Center Township WILL hold their regular meetings on the last Saturday in Jane, Aust, October, December and February of the 3 ear cominenc ia 011 the first Monday in April, 1854. S. D. TABOR, rres...

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 November 1854

(2 -aiy 3 RS A Family NewspaperDevoted ta Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 3. NO. 35. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IG, 1854. WHOLE NO. 139. Erp t rt i:P J w iL EM? JEP JA IM Iii l HH '& i w III II I i bis! Es"rgj 1 4 V h t. 1 . - - f 1 .1 "V! 9 rV Tf TT I IT iV 1 X 11 X-l jtP I. 1 1 1- A' IS eUBMSUEn EVERY THURSDAY MOIiSlSG BY WM. J. BUHNS. 1 f pii 1 in advance, J, At the end of six months, ----- - 200 It dlavd until the eitH of th- rear, 250 A failure t order a discontinuance at the CDir.1llO;i Ol Uli i-imu fiiu.v in'i-i j'ii lerel a nur eiijaemciit, and the paftrj r. ..i..-,.r.i..-,l r.r Kill I.. jatinued. rr.ine!i.ire p iid, unlessatthe op'.ior ol.he I'nMislier. t mrit'r aw hi nr ihm niii iniiru iiiili oiii 1 rrThe above terras will he strictly ad heliiJ to. ADVERTISING. A Irert isement.i vrillbeconspicuously in.cr ' r I square (of 10 lines) 3insettion?3lC0 EiH additional insertion, , . . a, the followin...

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 November 1854

I Ppmoutl) Banner. V)I. J. BÜ"ß.s7 Editor rrrVprieloZ PLYMOUTH IXD. Thursday Morning, Nor 16, 1S54. jpAclvcrtiscuicnls to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday pTeced i;ii; the Jay of publication. Delphi Paper .Hills. The two labt lots of j punting paper sent us from the Mills of Messrs Robertson & Wood of Delphi, Ind., will favorably compare with any paper manufactured in the west. lS5-i A year of unparallelled ac cidents and misfortunes, 1SD1 h3S been. It would be a truly revolting picture to turn from page to page of a history of the events of this memorable year. The Erie Railroad troubles by no means head the catalogue of enormities, nor is the loss of the Arctic first on the cal ender of lives and pr. rty lost, though in its details, prop ' as horrifying od extensive as a wajority of the accidents. The immense butchery of human beings upon tbe different rail roads, is a mattet of no small mention in the list of deeply interesting inci- dents; nor is the extra vig...

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 November 1854

i.ii- uiii l".fM,. üiiim'W ID liave lieefT !) l"l:i" r.'-'.i VT v tj i 1 .1 . I Vi -1 - ' .'' v" . - 1 ; . . -, '):' '. .v .. .1 -4 '- A 1 : .5 : M rIvb" V T5 A iT iY F 12 iJ1 A J A ABOUT HOME. Teady for mailing;, nay Le hu I r.t the cu'cu for b cents eacii. iTnm! ?Jünpiü Tsie first year of cur ' .... connection with the Dinner exjurcl ,n ; July last ami we have imnv ubscr.berc 3 . , ' , ., who are owiii" US lor lliOl vcar, d in wu re now requested to cull and settle. We j hive constant cash outlays, that must b- met, an I the amounts due us 7:1: si also be settled in pom? nay. V have discontinued tfr papers of peroral for inn, payment, and where we notice d manifest want ol aisposition 10 inv, we slull promptly erase the names. We publish and su;d our papr to th subscriber f'r pny not for tiio f,f tho thin" and when that Jjus, ut -t...il it vithniit regard to rcrsotlS. Ml III - O I I oca Corn 2nv ri5d W?d Wanted at this ulbxe NOW ! '1 hos ar ticlrs must come when we need the m, j O...

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 November 1854

43 as. JL fa O IL JL QL iJlömoiWj J3mwci; (Office Are now informed that we are prepared! to execute in a neat and fdshionable styl all kinds of Either in black or othercolors. The ma .erials are now in good order, and the es tablishment is under the superintendence of an experienced and competent work man. Jan. 1353. (0"lank Deeds, Mortgages, Jistices & Constables Blanks, of all kinds. Also Blank Notes, kept for sale at this office at prices to suit the times. Farmers take Notice w -i. i. i : l l : 1 T il.li me urM'Tsiiiuci utviuii .in nsencv from n Commission Merchant in Cincinnati Ohio. ami intend ravin:: cash for cranberries this fall if :i sufhVier.t quantity can l procured, but they mut be ripe and picked in good onler. rie.se call at OM Pivnmnth II .'tel. W. J. MOIK. S"jt. 7. ICö 1. The Hoard of Trustees of Cenlcr Township Wl LL bold their regular meetiiiir on the last Saturday in J'liie, A':?nst, October, loceuiber and February of the year comnienc iu on the firtt Monday ...

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 November 1854

all p 1 H ly 1 SP V I 0 A Family NewspaperDevoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News, VOL. 3. NO. 36.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1854. WHOLE NO. 140. B A HHP Pi Elp i;f If 1 i 3 i i 1 THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED F.VEST THURSDAY RORK1KO BY WM. J. BURNS. If paid in advances - -- -- -- - $1 50 At the end of six months. ----- - 20(7 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. nrXo paper will be discontinued imtilall iirreirres ire paid, uulessatthe option ol the Publisher. 13" The above terms will be strictly ad hered to. . ADVERTISING. Advertisements willbecdrispicuoiislvinse ed, at the following prices, viz. For 1 square (oHO lines) 3insertionsSl00 Each ad Llilion.il insertion, , . 25c TJ-Anythin. less than asquare, wiilbeccfi side red a square. TjTA dvertisers must be p.nrt...

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 November 1854

Pjimontl) Sanner. WM. J. Bi, Editor & Proprietor. PLYMOUTH IND. Thursday MorningNor, 23, 1854. pAdvcrtisemcnts to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. The Madison Banner says one of the questions asked every day is ''What has become of all the gold and silver in the country?" Why it is laid up to rust in the coffers of the frugal men of the country, who hare been taught by bitter experience the mutability of local banks. At this very moment there is enough gold and silver coin in the United States to meet all the demands of commerce and trade in amounts often dollars and under, and, with a safe and sound paper medi um, national in character and current ev erywhere, it would be brought into ac- tire circulation; without it never will. State institutions, sound at home, but de preciated in each of thirty or more Slates, will always hiTe the effect of retiring specie, instead of drawing it out from its hidden places. The welfare of the ...

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 November 1854

THE BANNER about home: X7"Extra copies of the Bannef, in wrappers, ready for mailing', may be had at the office for 5 cents each. Corn, H:U ami Wood Wanted at this office NOW ! Those ar ticles must come when we need them, or we must hare the money in lien of them. lf. The ill health of the Editor must ac count for the scarcity of original matter this veek. Tape Torm. Within the last ten or twelve days Dr. T. A. Lemon of this place has extracted from Mr. Shinabarger, one of our merchants, near one hundred feet of tape worm. About 2D to 25 feet were first taken, linked together, which Dr. L preserved; but it was afterwards discharged in detatched parcels, and the precise length could not be procured. Mr. Shinabarger rests well Bt present, and is rapidly improving, and thinks he is entirely rid of his tormenter. EUCH Wells, the tale commenced in our list week's paper, will be continued in our next. The papnr we copied from was delayed. and we wire unable to con tinue it this week. We w...

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 November 1854

OF THE 4 4 JYc xo Ye r.s ion. NOW it came to pajs under the reign of King Franklin, that while the people of Plymouth were rejoicing with ,houts and ex clamations at the mighty worts which were soon to encompass, their city; tehold two men of that same tribe, VJJIfTO.V & JOSEPH Iy name, depatted to strange cities and far oflf lands, and many of them wondered and said Whv do vc so? And they answered and said, we go but ere long we will come again. And then their brethren felt satisfied in their heart, and let! them depart in perce. J Now it came to pass when many days Ii d j pone by, behold Newton and Joseph returned , ami brought with them many strange and cu- J riously devised things; Tor they had been to far-off lands and not only barteied for many wonderful and useful things, but they had brought with them lioavcs and Fishes, Suffar, And Spices, Cum and Myrrh, and m?ny other things which the people of the tribe of Plyra outhites had never yet heard. And when they had entered ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 30 November 1854

. i i k j r 5 ipff it mm f i.- ttj1.'? inlaw A Family Newspaper -Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic New?. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1854. WHOLE NO. 141 VOL. 3. NO. 37. wnrÄ -"rU ITX tvsrt L-tf? LT3 UTlXOn i jeo. hi I i j-fc---j Liu v -T j tr i. li nil -. a mm : t. m r r . r "I. -i a i: I . r-i t . l i M 1 lr K fill 19 ?! U l HH..r. JüJ JTa II H B JT1 a 1 !.P j u m l - -s - ? - 4 ".1 - ? :'-J 1 Vi :- ? ; 1 'jsc jzilz cirÄ zs?s: rri If pail in alvancc, -5K"'0 At the end offdx months, ----- - 2 Oil iiMtflaye 1 until the end of the ycnrf 2 On A failure t order a disconti'tua u e rt the piratiou of tlie time subscribed Tor, will Le consUerel a ne' eiu';iireinent, and ti.e p:iitr continued. t t3. paper will be nlm arrM-s are paid, unlcssattht ontioi. ol the l,!f!"r;.bave terms will be strictly ad - hrred to. ADVERTISING. A tvettiseiuents willbeconspicnouslyinser led, at the followiiiir prices, viz. For I siuare ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 30 November 1854

Itimumtl) Banner O. J. BlBEdÜor Proprietor. PLYMOUTH IIVD. Thursday Morning, Nov, 30, 1S54. "Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. SOLD OUT. In consequence of the continued ill health of ourself and family, we have dis posed of the Plymouth Banner establish ment to Mr. T. B. Thompson, who will continue the publication of the paper, from the 15th of Debember next, with "V. G. Pomeroy Esq.. ns its Editor, and will furnish all those who have paid us in advance, their reqnisite numbers, and also finish our advertising contracts at the rates agreed upon. Those iudebted to us will please call at the office and settle without delay, as we expect to leate this climate as soon bs possible. Wsi. J. BURNS. i - The Jlithigan Road Mail. It is truly per plexing to look at the present con ation nd prospect of the transportation of -mails over this road from Logansport to Riles, even admitting that we have overlooked past provocations. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 30 November 1854

tainin- ni:ht;.-aiiee and lU-IGU act. t. wi,i.h: etil ...hlilt. Tin. niud'ntii the S ' cerldicate w;.s tiaiisfiitd los:.i,l Lii c h oi,. Virgii.ia wi :i;is. Culnn.bis. Ui.i". v i.r Sam'i I. Da idsoii, be be;n.' the peison to bom ot sei er.-.t d Tio v a t si p-..-. d : -. i,e . L , i 4 i .1 1 -"i '1 j v- - r 1 '.( 1 1 4 3 v ! THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. TT-Ktuj copies o the Banner, in wrappers, Te: !y ht iBJiling, maybe had at the office for 6 cents each. Coii, Hay and Wood Wanted at bis office NOW ! Those ar ticles must come wheu we need them, or vre must hare the money in liru of thrn. iL The Nriti.S. Scrub!. The foil 3 win.; g-iulem-n. all derm crits. har-2 either bpn elecieil. or will hold OTer, as members of the next If. S. j the struggle :o keep it out if the territo Sdiiate; ry. II ti t they hare no idea of personally Xames. Stales. Time expires participating in t!ie struggle. Frnnnheir Clement C. Ciy. AUbima. IS59 Wr. H. Ssbistiin, Arkinsi?, lsnc Toueey, Cmnecticut, J hn B. Waller...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 30 November 1854

i i OF THE Ycw Vcrsio n. ' j? I came to pass under 51:e feign of 1 ii king hr 'ranklin, that while the p -ople of Plymouth were reioicin-with .shouts index- -'v V "v. i lunations at the mighty wors wbicj were. Are nnv informed that we are prepared so n to encompass, their citv; behold two men to-execute in a neat an I f ishiouable style of that same trile, I aJt kinds of By name, tlepaited to strange cities and far sjg Ji .iJLt M olf lands, and many of them wondered and !.,,.,,. , , said Either in black or other colors. The ma- "Wily VP 2TO? I terials are 11 c w in "ood order, and the es- Andthey answered and said, we go, but ere' I Ion:? we will come again- Ant then their ; 0f brethren felt satisfied in their heart, and let them depart in peace. 1 Now it came to pass when mmy davs had i cone by, behold Newton and Joseph returned t (c a nil brought with them rnanv stranjre an i cu t;i riously devised tln'nss; 'or they bad been far-olT lands ami not only bartered for many wonderful a...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 7 December 1854

'. i i C3I 3 Kt3 Fii Iii 0 i A Family NewspaperDevoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1854. WHOLE NO. 143. VOL. NO. 38.1 Sp.yf IliHMBIl S F3 Ii I In I i . . t S i t- - r 4 v ' .. ir . , ,:! . -i i .1 I1' 5 i .12 -;H j N ; i :: i Ti A 1 ,i V T HE B A N N E 11 IS PUBLISHED EVERY TllUIISltAY JIUKSISO BY WJI. J. BURNS. If piilin advance, - - - - - - - - 1 "0 At the en 1 of'ix months, ----- - 2 00 It delayed until the end of 1 lie year, 2 50 A fill ire t order a discontinuance at the expiration of the time .Mi!seriled for, vill le ct):isilerel a new engagement, and Ihe paper c jntinued. I7J . ;nper will be discontinued untilall arrenesare paid, uiilessattho option olthe I'd Mi her. ll-riu above terms will be strictly ad hered to. ADVERT! SING. Iverlisertients will becon-qn'cnoiuly hirer te 1. at tiie folio win-,' prices, viz. Kr t spure (of 10 lines) 3inserlionsSl 00 M.ich a llitioual...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 7 December 1854

thnnrht nf. n.,d hat ed the S mptoms and remed v of the disease 01 Eal;l County, at tlieir JW-etulcr i.t f ..t -h, s vU -in-,v-r . f . -i-.n i-;. t v. inougiu 01, aim wnai a sa i wei- t...., n tci i,;.. r : m . i. 1 Pmiioutl) Banner. W3I. J. BIRXS, Editor & Proprietor. FL,YJIÖÜTII I HTD. Thursday Morning, Dec 7, 1S54. f, Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced- n the day of publication. THE BANKER. Contrary tu our expec tations, we have succeeded in getting through with our undertakings in the office, so that we can deliver oyer to our successors one week earlier than was an nounced last week, and this will be our last issue. We must, at least, be permitted töten der to our many worthy patrons, our warmest thanks lor the many unmistak able evidences of their partiality. A want of room forbids cur aiming at more. We bespeak for those who are to suc ceed us, a liberal support. The delinquent list occupies a large share of this number of the Banner,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Banner
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth banner. — 7 December 1854

snouia prorcpuy caii ami inaKc seinen. en:s. 1 jutv 13 jf. -elf fr,.:i IM W IM ILUO I IS l I C: . . tnrv rr' -i i'' -" r'-.r ;n--i fixetl an-l de! er:i.:ne n::.i o n.'.-.: : !r 1: i-ic-ri iu .neo-nn meet lot 177,'.I:i i ce m.t J : i DELINQUENT TAX LIST OF MARSHALL COUNTY, For the year 1853. AUDITOR'S OFFICE. Plymouth. Mksimll Countv, Indiana, "November, 1854. Notice is hereby given, that the following Lands and Town Lots have been returned delinquent to thi office, by the Treasurer of sid County, for the non-payment of taxes due on them, & owing from the owners thereof for the year 1S53, and that the whole of the several tracts of lan 1 and town lots in said list contained, or so mach thereof as may be necessary to discharge the taxes penalty, interest and charges, which miy be due thereon, or du from the owners thereof, at th time of sale will be sold at public auction at the Court house door in Plymouth, in said county, on the fust Monday in January next, commencing precisely ...

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