ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 148 items from Plymouth Weekly Banner, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
148 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner. — 13 December 1855

t ; 1 ! Ii ;: n v vv a ESSE A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce .Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News, si PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1855 WHOLE NO. 195. VOL.. 4. NO. 39.1 rrra fm 4 . -a MM Hb .fcfca n-i. cm in btb r 1 -! .1 ii 3 tr i THE BANNER V C. M 3 Ii ED EVECT TIIVFM' A Y J!TP5.C (Ll tairs. in the Oil riymouth Hotel,) BY YM. J. BURNS. If niilin alvance, - - At the end of six months, ----- - H lei iye I until the end of the year, 1 1 r,0 o nil ,ttJ .p ! r.-.i.ire t orier a '.iseonTinrtfnce '. ' nfih time? subscribed for. will be' isidrel a new engagement, and tie paper 'Why, Marion ' replied the one e Idres coütmued. . -seil, a fair ouiir girl, of some sixteen TPlV rinz;s 'in'i "i U..l.l".kr i'v,r j.ivp trms will be strictly ad-' i '-""" - kcr.d to. ADVERTISING. (TEN- LINK? It IX. MKKV. K S-VAR- Of ipprp tli r-- inter'!"!! or lr?s ft. 00. K uh n'Witiitnn! inrtio'i -5. V jinf C rl inert d mio von- $.r,00. !.-h1 ii.lv.T...

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. — 13 December 1855

Pmnoutl) Banner. FS. J. BURSS, Editor i Proprietor. PLYMOUTH, IND. Thnrsday Morning Dec. 13, 1855. Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. Trouble in Kansas. Our readers will be deeply interested iu the Kansas news which of pears in the. Banner this week. We shall most anxiously await the arri val of the President's message, for a reli able explanation of the present position of the Administration upon this subject. We hall hope for the best, h'j?ever. The Di acuities in Kansas. LATEST DISPATCH. The accounts of the difficulties in Kan 6as, all conflicting as they are, must be received with caution. The National Intelligencer suggests; with obvious good sense, that 'there are three 'causes for highly colored pictures of violence; the 'Congress of the United States is in ses sion; the Legislature of Missouri has a 'Senatorial election on hand; and the free 'State constitution of Kansas, is to be voted upon on the 15th of Dec...

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. — 13 December 1855

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. to-Extra copies of the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe had at the office for ft cents each. Imposition. Both Tuesday and yesterday evenings te were deprived of n southern mail. It is true an empty mail bag uns delivered to the office here, but the P. M. says there wns nothing in it or next to nothing. We haTe not hid a Daily State Sentinel for two days past. Can't our friend Fha ros at Logmsport give us some inlorma tion upon the subject? Til Payer. The attention of our readers is especially directed to the IsctS and fig- -r r ...v?U . I I tires OI lax I ayer, uiiu appear iu una paper. Winter has come in good earnest. Old Terre. is rather muddily mantled ! with 5 slight snow, and the chilly Like winds are torturing us with their shrill whistlings, as we tell of their approach. Dr. Nohmak Eddy for Governor. A communication appears in another column recommending Hon. Norman Eddy of South Bend for nomination for Governor, lie is a gentleman of a hig...

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. — 13 December 1855

Tobacco! Oh. fur Iiault's eyes to wee p, And R uliael heart to mourn; T-ih icco's curse both far ami wido Turo:ih'j-.t the land is homo. Sdivu gland secrete and form Digestion's needful tpir.it, Tob-iiCJ drains, yea poisons all, Nor leaves a wholesome title. O ir teeth wre made to chew our faul Ami fit it for our use; ToSacco thwarts thiswise design II,' its narcotic juice. L w, smoky chimneys prove a curse They sufl'jcateauJ smoke; D it they convert to ihiume' use Their niouth, who chew ami smoke. Oar nose wai madefor breath ami sccut. Ami serves the purpose vell Tobacco finds a depot here. Ami clogs the sense of smell. O :r hearths should be neat and clean, A ul such should be cur fborv; B it they who use this Indian weed Oft leave them puddled o'er Sean.li every kingdom, every clime, .lud but two animals you'll find Tli it use this dirty weed. Brides the human kind. A Tale or a Tale. A young gentle man of Sacramento, California, some months ago, being much solicited by a young la...

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 December 1855

3 S3 I A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1855. WHOLE NO. 196, VOL. 4. NO. 40.1 iAIIlM Mi II ß. THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED EVEBY THUESDAT ÜOESlSC (Up stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WM. J. BURNS. HpaUinaljance. - - til 50 Atthe end ofsix months, 0 If.lelnvea until the end of the year. 250 4 fYilure to order a discontinuance at the Dilation of the time subscr ibed for, will be onVidetel a newengagernent, and the paper "ÄVtw.U be discontinued untilall rcres-iie paid, unlessatthe option oithe T'above terns will be strictly ad litrcd to. ADVERTISING. f-TZH LINtSna I.KSMKi SaranO One vynro three inrins or less SnJ Eich additional insertion . 25c. .j.ine CnU inserted one yea- $S,0l. , Leal advertisement tnnt be cash in u- hce or accepted .ecnrity. Ad vert,, err eMs. time not marked, will he inserted till forbidden. ma l charged at tho above rate?. DIRECTORY....

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 December 1855

yinmoutl) Saunet lL,YIOUTII, IIVD Thursday MorniriT)etv 2fr, 1855. ('Advertisements to insure inser !:on, mü?tle handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. G eins ta Quit. Charles Baymiller o' the Madison Banner, talks l''ftC a Chrfs-' tian, and knows wha; ne is talking about when be sitys: 'Lieut. Gov. Willard pledges himself. in a recent speech to the democrats of j Marion county, to refrain, if he should be nominated by the locofoco State con vention for Governor, from the use of ardent spirits during the canvass, and, if he should be elected, to 'taste not a drop during his entire official term. This pledge, the honorable gentleman says, is due to himself, that the tongue of slan der may be silenced, nnd is due the de mocracy who have honored him repeated ly throughout his public life. This is an excellent resolution of Gov. Willard's. who, probably, so far a9 whisky is con cerned, has, like some others, been as much sinned against as sinning. We have no sneers for ...

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 December 1855

1 I 1 s ! T HE B ANNER ABOUT HOM E. it-is, (rrKxtra conies ot the Banner, ia wrappers ready for mailing, may be had at the office for 5 cents each. Ill EarilCbt. Brown & Baxter, second) door below the. Britk Store, ore now ex hibiting one of the most splendid assort. 1 rr I ments of Moves ana iinwareeter biougtir. to this market. If these who want such articles can't be suited there, they need not trv elsewhere. Rcamal. Mr. 11. Pierce has rrmvY Ms Clothing Store to the Bank eorner laUly occupied by the post office, lie is nice!)' fixed in one of the handsomest fOjm3 in the town. Call and see him. For the Banner. rk . Kt'ito fornix-ftlin. Mrt Euitor; As it is near tho timej"11'1 ine m"jlc ' fuHioIJing the State Democratic Conten- t.ss one of fwo antagonists ,vilh Hon, nd not seeing a call for a Coun is ; q q & -Convention. I be leave to inquire the v . . r i . W1 cuw n put? which had not been confined to C3US3. I irnrjc -rn l.atrp r-altt.l m a crnnnjlml 1 unjersiana inn iur n...

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 December 1855

Slnricultural. To stop Potatoes feom Rottiko. An experienced agriculturalist informs us that about six rar3 ago he applied slaked Hrno to potatoes ih3t were pirtly rotten, and it immediitely nrrestJ the decay. Potatoes that were partly rotten when the lime was applied, remained as they Were, the progress of the rot being stop ped, while those to which the lime had not been applied, continued to rot, and were lost. Since then he hs made it a constant practice to apply slaked lime to his potatoes as he takes them up. He puts a thin layer of lime upon the floor where the potatoes are to be said, and sprinkles some of it over them about ev ery tea inches as they are put down. He considers this as perfectly protecting them from rotting, as he has never had a TOtten potatoe since he has practiced it, and he believes that potatoes thus used, are rendered some batter by the action ol the lime. We advise the- farmers to try this plan, as it can bo easily done by them. TO CURE SHEEP SKIN WITH...

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. — 27 December 1855

If 3 ,R A Family Newspaper -Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 4. NO. "41.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1855. WHOLE NO. 197. 53 3 irai Srpl i ti fw B la ifiL jy I. I i T IT T?. Ti A IV iV F. TT ! U f UBL1SHED EVERY THURSDAY lOPSC (Cp stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WM. J. BURNS. If paid in advance, -------- $10 At the end ofsix months, ----- - 200 If delayed until the end of the year, 250 A (YiUtVe ti order a discontinuance fit the ipiration of the time subscribed for, will be jnsilered a new engagement, and the paper continued. Cr-1 papew'iH be liscontinued untilall arreu i;es trs paid ualesfattke option oJthe Publisher. n-Thd abate terms will be strictly ad fetrwJ to. ADVERTISING. (Trjt links "R irzt m jkii sacar.) Oa .insre three ineriou er 1S $t.f0. j E tch additional insertion . 55. I li:tiness CmU inserted one Tea' $.',00. Leal advertisements rrmt be cnuli in fid- saic or accepted wnr...

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. — 27 December 1855

jpinmoutl) Banner PLTMOUTII, IXD. Thnrsday Morning Dec. 27, 1S55. tdPAdvcrtiscuiciils to insure inser Coa, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. Kansas, selves formally to the administration par- "Wo have frequently been evnsured for '' Let them come, poor devils they .quoting from and agreeir.g with that ster- have nowhere elee to go. .ling and ably conducted Democratic p.- Ftw Homes "i M'hVesota. The St. rr, the Detroit Free Press, in relation lo Pau Dt,mocra. Mys. ..,, 6ummerf hor. the aboU.hment of the Missouri comPro-i6pswere xfjy ?UnU ,n lllig cily..lhp cme. and the Kanus titles. Cat iu- j wag 0rslockeil nnd pric8 we ste.Jof bavinS anything to regret for n No y lhe C8fe js different-tbev doing, we continue that course, relying! are gC8rce, and bring high prices. Mr. vpou the firmness and consistency of its j Collins, of the horse beziar, informs us lie Editor, and as his course and views ! t'nat he has orders for fifty horses, and o itaiiy concur with...

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. — 27 December 1855

O k T i lin. A-j'tlor Mich! I m. at Ujtroit tue inomeiit it is anolie.l xterua lv. or ta';en V.. -11 ,1. .. :r .1 ..o. iJec o, itoo. o.. irr-N. ,. Ci 4 1 5532 T HE BANNER ABOUT HO M E. tjy Extra cop'es öl the Banner, In wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe had at the office for 6'cets each. C7See new ad Vriiserr.ents. All the doctors, and perhaps many oth en, wildoubtles be much iuteres'.ed on perusal of ihe sketch commencing in the second column on the fir; page of this paper. See The bargain advertised in ibis pa per. A cheaper tesidenrr can now be had, than has lately been cfTered in this town. Don't nns it. ÜCW Sense Trap. A la.Iy uf our acquain tance informs us of a new method for catching mice. She had some ir.olssses lini?d d , l w n In the ihiiko rtf tar v t.i, wnicn me -mue onrs were to nsre a , taffry frolic. It was set aidn in nn open diih. and the first fool of lue mouse that got fast drew him farther into the mire, as his 2urts were made to ex'ricatc Iiii self. A victim o...

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. — 27 December 1855

tirtcnltuml 1 " Efguhrity in Frcdins Talllf. . -J5tcphvusiu 1-isJL.Book of ihe Farm,' girw the-following illusuaticn of the iieceaitT of regularity and method of ag ricultural du'irs; - - .. ' la thus minutely dtt-nling the Julies of the cattle man, my object has been to fhow joa rath?r how the turnips and fid- -der should be distributed relatively than abso!ately; but whiterer hour end min ute the c ttlc man finds, from experience, he caudevotc to each portion of his work, , you should see Ihit he performs the same operation at tue same tune every ur.- BM.ismun;ruui iu .uu iu cattle w.ll be ready for nnd expect their ) wnntd ir.n!5 a t tha a nnointe.d times, and will not com ..la in until ther arrive. - - -, , Comrdainta from his stock should be d:s-1 treisinz to eiery finr.er's car3. for he may be assured that they will not com plain until they feel hunger, and if allow ed to hunger, they will not only lose con tittion. but render themselves by discon tent less capable of acquirin...

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. — 28 February 1856

i PLYMOUTH ' WElClaT .i i mi i? A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, CommerceMarkets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1856. WHOLE NO. 205. VOL. 4. NO. 49.1 THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOP.SiSG (Up stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY XM. J. BURNS. If paid in advance, 5i-"0 At the end ofs'ix months, - 200 If delayed until the end of the year, 2 50 A failure to order a discontinuance at the piration of the time subscribed for, will be CJ!i3iIerel a new engagement, and the paper continued. XjvVa paper will be discontinued untiiall arreraes ira paid, unlessatthe option o.the Publisher. m .... , n-The above terms will be strictly ad hered to. ADVERTISING. (TK.f LI.XSSOR LESS M KKT. A Sai'ARS.) One square three insertions or less 31. HO. E ich additional insertion . . 25c. V:iine?s C mla inserted one year $5,00. Leiral advertisements must be cash in ad vance or accepted security. Advertijerr.ents, lim...

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 February 1856

mm Pnmontl) Beniner. O. J. BÜKS, EJilorS: Proprietor. FEvSiouTiiTTxiK Thursday Morning, Feb. 28, 1856. ... . 'Advertisements to insure inser tion, mast be handed in by Tuesday preced es; the day of publication. COT SEE FO Uli TU PA GE. The .cw State Bank. Th2 Loginspor; Pharos, backed by most of the Democrat ic papers in this State, is Tery ably and successfully repudiating this chartered humbug and monopoly. We published its chvter as soon as a stubborn and self willed Secretary of State gave permission, that those who thought proper might scan its provisions, and at that time doubted the propriety of making a 'pawn-broker of an institution claiming the name and character of a Stale organization, find which should occupy a higher and more dignified position. Other and serious objections are urged against tho charter. The fact that such a great majority of its iustitutors and defenders principally monopolized the stock, and are either di rectly or indirectly connected with its profi...

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 February 1856

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. rj"Extra copies ol the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing maybe had at the office for 5 cents each. The Marshall Circuit Court adjourned on Saturday last, afier a two week's term, and then did not quite clear up the dock et. Tha weather has very materially mod erated wiihin the past few days in this locality, and the snow and it? attendant benefits and inconveniences are fast dis appearing. Agricultural Society. The Township delegates of tKe Mar shall County Agricultural Society are re quested to be promptly on hand at the Recorder's offico, on Saturday next at 10 o'clock, a. in., to attend to business of importance to the Society. Advertisement favors haveneuily con fined our reading summary to two papes. Although we have carefully set aside all ld and uon-paying ones, we still find Our room fcr that purpose amply occupi ed. The extensive and increasing circu lation of the Banner in Northern Iudiana, iny alone commend it as an advertising medium, and when...

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 February 1856

Froai the Zanesville Courier of Feb. 1. A UC1L ItOMAXCE. AN AFFECTING STORY. The miration of an episode in the life I of a lady came to our ars yesterday, i which, in any event, Uninteresting. anJ ! if true. serre3 to strengthen the force of th old addage that 'truth is stranger than fiction.' Briefly, the facts in the On Tuesday evening last an apparently! elderly lady, very well nnd tastefully' ressed, and intelligent and tfmiable look ing, was observed seated in the snow on Seventh street, in this city. On ap poaching find speaking to her, it was ev ident that she was suffering from a Syri ens aberration of mind. Sha was of course cared for that night, and in a day or 60 reason 6eemed to have resumed its Ilace. She then proceeded to narrate that portion of her history which seemed ' relevant to the position in which she! tomii herself, which we give as nearly as we can. She gave her name, after much delay, as Mrs. Julia Hathaway, saying that her husband had been a prosperous jewe...

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. — 27 March 1856

a m fif iyj IP Pu i My w I Ii A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Caamsrce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 5. NO. 1.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, TIIURSDY, MARCH 27, 1856. WHOLE NO.20Ö. THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOP.XlN (L'p stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WJJ. J. BURNS. If pVilin advance, - - I150J At the end of six months, 200i i leliyel until the end of the year, 260 A f!:!ure to order a discontinuance at the J ep;r.Vio i of the time subscribed for, will le conilre a new engagement, and the paper continued. . 0i pj?erwiU be liscontmued unti'all; arr;ries ire paid, unlestaltke option Oithe Publisher, i tj-r.'ie above terms will be strictly ad her-Ml io. ADVERTISING. (TF.JI LINES B irSJMiKEi SftCARE.) O i? squ ire three insertions or less $1.00. E ich idditiiu.if insertion ... 25c. ltlin C ml inserted one year f 5,00. L2! advertisement m:it be cash innd-J rahce or accepted security. Advertisements. time n;t marked, will 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. — 27 March 1856

Pnmontl) Banner Thursday Morning March 27, 1856. 1 "Advertisements to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced ing the day of publication. C3-SEE FOURTH PAGE. COLONIZATION. With the knowledge of the fact that there is such a noble work progress inn nrilK cnrfi ranwl ctrideft and SO SUC ssfullj- prosecuted. .. the ,jstro 0f colonizing the free colored population of this country, it seems strange that those especially in the Northern States say and do so little concerning the laudable enterprise of restoring them to the land of their nativity. The difficulties likely to arise from the importation of slaves from Africa, was early foreseen. In the year 1776. on motion of Thom as Jefferson, a committee w&s appointed to consider and prepare a plan to free mtrica uom lue apprehended evil, by a plan of restoration of the colored race to! Africa. When President of the United States, in 1801, he had correspondence with England, Holland, and Portugal, to nego tiate for the pr...

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. — 27 March 1856

rV TT T8 A' IV TV "R "R. I A iV? ABOUT HOME - J r'lnr:. . 6 cents each. J.vMEs Elliott ha been requested to be- j come a candidate for Justice of the Peace in Center Township t the April election, by MANY VOTERS. BojS, we want sevetal dozen good goose quills this spring, and will give the Din ner six months to the boy furnishing ut the largest lot of good ones. Don't pluck them from the geese, but gather : . . , , .. them after shedding. Birnum's broke, and humbuggery is at an rnd; and we may now deal in realities by casing on Haselton, at his Boot and Shoe establishment, next door north of the Crick Store. See hi3 advertisement. Bert Yet The snow that fell three months and five days ago, is here yet. The man of the twst memory in town, jys that no rain ha fallen for more than j D(utc interpreter. The Japanese seem . . n.L, ! ed to attach but little importance to the three and a half .months past 1 UM k U I weather it has been! Job Printing We are prepared to print Horse bills, post...

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. — 27 March 1856

IWJI 1.- k 'Catt' la Eas-anJ. The- following story ig now the talk of Tiilnge in the pntish of Halifax, and bordering od Bradford. England: It appears, according to the. L: eds Mr- cury. that a certain woman, feeling hr apousd in encumbrance, and uuinindful of her rmrrisgo tows and the rigot of the law, resolved on hia disposal after a mth- cd now, alaf, too common. She applied to tho druggist of the village for six pen ny, worth of arsenic. "II very propeiM rrfnecil tnal! K iha aril . nA i,.r..r,nJ e l h-r hubanlof the application, at he1 terialsare now in good order, and the es ums time inquiring of him for what J tablishment is under the superintendence purpose his wife could require of so large j of an experienced and competent worh t qnatity of such n article. The hus-j man. Jan. 1S56. bnd replied, eularlr. that he. could not! fTT" Clank Deeds, Mortgage. Justices tdl', unless it was for the purposo of poi- sonia" him, and tellin th druist that ?; J ,. , . , I if hft applied aja...

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