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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 3 April 1856

flip ft Sra br3 Lr fcr?s vfl S3 SSI 1:3 1 V A Family Newspaper -Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Comniorce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL.. 5. NO. 2.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDY, APRIL 3, 185G. WHOLE NO. 201. Ira 13 SI k f M I IPliM Sil. 8 r f THE BANNER II PUBLISHED EVERT THVUSUAT JlOP.NiU (LTp atairs. in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WJI. J. BURNS. I f pil i n advance, - -- -- -- - At the end ofsix months, - - - - ti r,0 If leliyed 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 neweugagernent, and the paper ' continued. , I tj"x pijrw'.ll be liscontinued unti'all; arre irse's ire paid, unlessatthe option o;the I PuMi'her. rji'xe above terms will be strictlyad herod to. advertTsing. (tex lines or less mike a sat'AnE.) O p sij'iir three insertion or less SI. CO. E ich additional iiierlio!i . . - C5v. li.ii!ie Cird inserted one year 5,00. Leil advertisement must ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 3 April 1856

Pmnotttl) Banner. M. J. BÜRNS, Editor 4 Proprietor. FEIOlJTIiriXDl Thursday MoralDTApril 3, 1856. 1 i Advertisements to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday preceding the day of publication. OCT SEE FOURTH PAGE. The editor has been absent ever since our issue of last week, in pursuit of the wherewith to pay his debts, and prevent others from accumulating. FkuitThees a- the WiSTEB.-Themanydys1.'"nt1b,?i;ore ne "lUh irrPAt mmi'itv Ac the ail nhateil L,an- Joliet (III.) Demofiat ha. the following: 'We have made very general inquiry of j farmers relative to the injury that the protracted severe cold of the past winter has done to the fruit trees; and we have received but one answer. Apple trees, even the oldest, peach trees, &c, are nearly all destroyed. Not less than four fifths of the fruit trees in Wild county are killed outright, while the remainder are much injured. A few weeks will determine tho full extent of the injury done. TTi TWIft T Ktm Tnt IUI IUI 11 1...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 3 April 1856

T II E B ANNER About home. tprttM copies of the Banner anner. In wrappers, ; had at the office for ready for mailing, may be A cents each. James Elliott ha been requested to become a candidate for Justice of the Peace in Center Township at the April election, by MANY VOTERS. Notes and accounts due this office have hen deposited for settlement with the , i : following peiS0nß,5nd as fast as we can, make satisfactory arrangements the same plan will be adopted at other places: p:an win oe auopied ai other pi John Zehner, Wolf Creek Mills E. Muob, E?q., Uniontown. We are authorized to announce Norman B.Tuttle as a candidate for Justice of the Teace in Center Township. Se the New Advertisements. Chas. A. Hugu, Es$ , presents you hi3 law card in this week's paper, and Dr. G rover, at Maxinkukee, has a word to his patrons. Fixajce asd Wealth of New York City. We compile the following figures from the report of the City Controller: Value of private real esate, $33f.97-,3.;G Personal estate....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 3 April 1856

The Declaration. One Smith met a fair young lady at a fashionable soiree, and not being proof against the little chubby fellow s darts, he fell a captive to her ihanns. After man j weary days and sleepless nights, ' Smith determined to seek the object of his adoration, and make n declaration of the tender passion. On the morning follow ing this determination, Smith arose earlier than rras his wont; oi'ed, brushed, and frizzed his hair, trimmed his whisker?, examined his coal-collar to see that no stray hair had fillen upon it to indicate that he had a head on his shoulders. Thus equipped he bent his steps towards the mansion of the fair one, and reached it at a time when he supposed she would -k:..k into an elegant drawing room in which splendid mirrors, reaching to the floor, reflected his entire person. Smith was greatly intimidated whvn he handed his card to the servant, and bad scarcely time to compose himself before the lady made her appearance. She received her adorr with cord...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 10 April 1856

If PI fMfUITR M .Jwt :mi Pn ES ES ES i ES a ga ' . A Family Newspaper- Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 5. NO. 3.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDY, APRIL 10, 185G. WHOLE NO. 211. THE BANNER 14 PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MORSIS (Up stairs, in the OldPlvmoutb Hotel,) BY Y!I. J. BURNS. If oaidin a Iva nee, 5150 Atthe end ofsix months, - ----- 2('0j If delayed until the end of the year, 2 50 ' A failure to order a discontinuance at tliej expiration of the time subscribed for, will be J coniilere J a new e ngagernent, and the paper' continued. ! tj-.Vj pipirw'.ll bediscontinued unti'all; arr'ries ire paid, unlesialthe option osthe J TT The above terms will be strictly ad her-d to. ADVERTISING. (TK LINES or LESS MAKE A SO.t'AItE.) i O H stpi ire three insertions or less SI. HO. J E ich additional insertion . . . -3c. j lt'iines Cml iiiert-d one rear Jü.flO. Lesril advertisements mut be cili innd-j vi irrt or accepted e nr...

Publication Title: Plymouth Weekly Banner
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 10 April 1856

Pjimoutl) Banner Y)I. J. BÜSXS, Editor k Proprietor. rrt i at 1 magnetic neeaie. umng no Knowledge Thursday Morning, April 10, 1856. j of sanT lhfr ,,., lhe ,,,,, l Advertisements to insure inser-1 t,,,n tn general, diurnal, nnd that canslion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced-1 ed by the" attraction of metaiic or feruw.j the day of publication. . 3 CCr SEE FO UR Til PA GE. hat's the Matter! Rather an anamoly in political affairs is just at this time occupying the minds cf a number of the office-hunting and cHice-giving citizens of our State. The Fusion and Republican State Convention is soon to meet at Indianapolis to form a State ticket for the different offices to be filled in October next, and preparatorp to a settlement upon some one of the prom, intnt men of their party several have been written to inquiring whether they would accept if nominated. Among the number, the Hons. Henry 8. Lnne and Sam'I W. Packer, and even Dan. Pratt, of Logansport, have all written letters decli...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 10 April 1856

B BANNER ABOUT HOME. j7"Extra copies ol the Hanner, In wrappers, a.Iy f jr miilinT, may be had at the oCiee for cents each. re 5 Notes and ncrcun's Cue Hi cftVe have I ttn Jeporited for e'ilcment w ith Ihe 'ollowitn" rer.cns, and as fast as we can make'satif actory arr nrements tr-e same plan 1 be ejected at other pl.i.?e: Jo.iv Zkiixer. Wolf Creek M.lLs. V. M ua, Esq.. Union Town. U'asti. TVtvi.k. Lvcurtru-t. TüVns!lip tllflion.Thc election fr township ofücrrson Monday last, resulted in the success of i!ie entiie Democratic tic ket by an average mtjurity of about 00 TOieS. Jjs. II. Case and John B. Dixon were fleeted Justice?, Jas. llnz'eton Township Trustee, A. C. Staley Treasurer, J. K. Urookc Clerk, and A. C. Thompson, T. J. Pattersou 5c D ll)wc C or.stab'es. Improvement. The frame woilv of tho new two story residence now erecting by X. P Picknrd, Esq., our County C'erk, is already up, mid the rvorkmen are, busily pushing it on to completion. Il is doublets to be a beautiful ami...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 10 April 1856

la Original Horse Trade. Mr. Samuel Harens resides in. Brook lyn, and is great admirer of horse-flesh. Oa Monday last he went up the river to Albany for" the purpose of buying a mare belonging to his friend M Cdll. The giay mare is a very fine looking nnimal. nn I nlso very fast. She can do a mile in 2 55, with two in a wagon. Havens heard of her merits last week, and resolved on a purchase. On his arrival at Albany he took breakfast at Stanwix Hall. Shortly after which he buttoned up his coat and started to find M'Call. He met him in Broadway, near the City Hjtel. With Mac he had the following conversation: I understand Mr. M'CjII, tliit you wish to sell that grey of yours.' 'I did want to sell her, but 1 imagine she is now disposed of.' Disposed oil to whom? To your friend Skerrett. of Brooklyn. What did he agree to give you? Five hundred and thirty dollars.' If you will let me have her, I will give you fivo hundred and fifty dollars cash down.' But I've promised her to Skerrett. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 17 April 1856

5 53 5 S3 mm i rsr A Family NewspaperDevoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News. VOL NO. 4.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDY, APRIL 17, 1856. o.WHOLE NO. 212. öl w j3 Ire l-lfiföo la mm m m it Ii THE BANNER' j? CVRLtSHED EVERY THURSDAY JIOF.XING (Up stairs, in the Old Plvmouth Hotel,) BY YM. J. BURNS. ! If p ill t it alvnnce, - 51 a .no ml ofaix months, ----- - 2(m) T'- ? i tved until the end of the year, 230 " ' . i a f,';iiiire t) order a discontiminnre at the an'ratiort of the time subscribed for, will he - lere I anew engagement, and the paper coV.mueJ. .: n i -l r-will be Uscontinued untiJall Tj vi ii-rwii , tt. ti th arrMri:e.renaid,unlesauneopiioi.o..ne PaMi'her. . --r.i'K3 .,'.-ivf fprms Will uc 5 nit nj au -j - - A D V E FIT ISING. f TT. LINES OS LESS M KKE A sarARK.) O-ir ?pMre three insertions or leS W)0. E u-l'i additional inoition . . . S5-.-. It:n'iii-!C!ir.l. inserteii one ye:i' .''. Tr,l Advertisements must le cas...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 17 April 1856

Pgmoutl) Banner. Y3I. J. EUHNS, Editor & Proprietor. Thursday Sornin?, April 17, 1856. fAiH-ertiscnienis to insure inser tion, must be handed in by Tuesday preced iag the day of publication. O-Extra copies ot the Banner, In wrappers, I ready for mailing, maybe had at the office for I S cents each. Notes and accounts due this office have been deposited for settlement with the following persons, and as fast as we can rcake satiifactory arrangements the same plan will be adapted at other places: Jon Zehxek, Wolf Creek Mills. E. Moom, Esq., Union Town. IFash. Tcttlt, Lycurgus. CCT SEE FOURTH PAGE. EDITORIAL. Gone fishing can't write without pay. Gas Light. Arrangements are making to light the streets and buildings of La port by a joint stock company. Books were opened for subscriptions on the 14 th inst. Senator Jone?, of Tennessee, alluding in a lata speech to the return of Mr. Hale to the Senate, remarked that '-the Dovil way of taking care of his own," to vU"3i Mr. Hale r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 17 April 1856

From the Red Wing Sentinel, CASTE. In India this word has a meaning. Physicians ironi ua .sie, ujumi buother; Shepherds, onolher; hurdsmen. liaibprs, farmers, carpenters, goldsmiths, ar.J many other trades Casta in this country is uot as set as in India, yet observation wilt show that Fhjsicians are very npt to marry Physician's daughters: Lv-vyers, Lawyers daughter?, Minister?, Minister's daughters, and so throughcut the Tariou3 professions and trades. T;n3 is probably, owing to the fact of as sjcizlion, yet so common is it. that it has become a kind of caste. Then there ii over all, and above all others, a religious canlt, which bith separates and unites. It would be interesting, could we have a nap of the different religions in our country, bo marked that we Cv-dl J designate each. Bc-si les the relig io-js caste, we have a vast many outcasts. -, which we have no spce to speak at V resent, although our country affords j;feat a number of these, now, as almost jnv other country. ' ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 17 April 1856

Continued from first page too much of you but there is more evil than good thought of every one, let tno tell you. Then there's that Mrs. Moodie that v. 11 tbinlc truth itsplf . I don't it'vmi! ; . T ..n,,n,.' .o. Conistency is n jewel. I supper, it lias never entered your nead mat Met first opportunity which she had of ridi culing your peculiarities behind your brick sho would embrace it No, I have I no faith in her truth; and you were serv- i ed quit right' for interfering between! Mrs. Mirslon and that Mrs What's her name, that woman oT admirable, principles? It such a pity you did not like her. 1 should place great confidence in a person who brought forward their principles on every occasion, Slid Mrs. Grassuell, sarcastically. Mrs. Grimshaw you mean. Well, now, she really dii try to act from duty, but it mido her v;ry disagreeable never theVss," I would nnt give a fig for her 'sense of duty not 'her principles ," nar for list 1 inz your friends. The truth is, iti3hu iniliiling ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 24 April 1856

11 mm A Family Newspaper -Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, . Foreign and Domestic News. VOL. 5. NO. 5.1 PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDY, APRIL 24, 185G. WHOLE NO. 213. WEBISL a Ä si 111 I "1 III -HI i E3 arr no THE BANNER IS PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY MOENINO (Up stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY W3I. J. MJKNS. If paid in advance, SI 50 At the end ofsix months. - If delayed until the end otthe cnr, " f.Aure to order a discontinuance at the Tn.Mtioaofthetiine subscribed for, will be ell SefeV. aeweasasemeQt. and the paper coatmued. tTN'o p,?r w.U oe usconunut . ,,u . . .te paid, unlesaatthe option, o.tlie I ,1,1'if ir. rrTlie above terms will be strictly ad bereit to. advertTsing7X LINES OR LESS MAKE A SCHART.) O qmre three insertions or less sLnn. K tt-h additional inertio:i . -5c. UumessCird. inserted one ye:tr $5,00. Legal advermem.nts mt be cash in nd-, nee or "CS"7- . nenotmrked. will be inserted till lortu.ien , ranee time ami charged at...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 24 April 1856

Pnmontl) Banner. WM. J. BURNS, Editori Proprietor. Thursday Morning April 24, 1S56. ('Advertisements to insure insertion, must be handed in by Tuesday preceding the day of publication. Notes and accounts due this office have been deposited Resettlement with the following persons, and as fast as we can make satisfactory arrangements the same plan will be adopted at other places: John Zeuxer, Wolf Creek Mills. K. Mooa, Esq,, Union Town. Wash. Tcttle, Lycurgus. OCT SEE FO UR TU PA GE. Fkesh Fish. This delightful luxury, or a a good old neighbor lady of ours tised to say, this "melodious fruit,' has bce'n most plentifully dispensed among our good citizens for more than & week past. Pike over two feet in length, and bass weighing over eight pounds, hare of 1st been no very great strangers in our streets and upon our tables, and it stems that everybody and "the rest of mankind' didn't go a fishing, either. Kith hook an.l lne, or angry spear, Yuu claim the bass perhaps a sucker...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 24 April 1856

An Illinois paper states that the Illinois Iledite Company have contrncts for two thousu miles of hedg to be sown this season. Rumor has It that these are rather hard times t celled money. How is this? L there any truth in the report? A. new jail is to be built at Importe this season at an estimated cost of eighteen therusaud dollars. Tho new dome ot the Conitol at Wash. I iiigton will cost, according lo the estima- showing the manuscript to different per- .k1 ,S ' ine printer bill is set,fi. .u .-. . u .L .i r .i i- 1 tie 1 and the paper is ordered to be d scontinuttou of Lt. Walters, the architect, about sons, th following readings were given ! ed. 5 million of dollars. Its construction ! 'berries, beau? 'sherries, 'henus,' and! 4. ff subscribers remove without informing was commenced with an appropriation of! 6103,000. i Chicago has six daily newspapers, and fourteen weeklies. Thero are 127 physicians; 210 lawyers; 59 clergymen; 209 grocery establishments; 91 lumberyards, and 45 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 24 April 1856

An Attachment. I Vy'e bavo heard a g od story, of which ; tu AUhntna Sheriff was tlio hero. j Cviun was in session, an J amid the mul-! tiplicity of business which crowded upon1 !:iia at the term lime, he stopped at the door of a beautiful widow on the sunny ' "-MM"v -""vv side of thirty, who, by the wav. had often' Are nou" uforie ll,al we are Ppared bestowed met itr.g glances upon the said lo execute iu a neat andfashionable styl sheriff. He yas a-1:niited, nud the widow ! all kinds of appeared; the ccnfnion and delight which 13 ? WT'l'Wfl' the arrivol of her visitor occasioned set -aTa-iA-a -aiväUj elf to greater advantage than usual tue Either i a black or othercolors. ThemacaptiTating charms of the widow M .! leriills are now in good order, and the es cheek bore the beauti'ul blended tints of -"blbliment isutid.;r the superintendence the apple blossom; her tips resembled ; of an experienced and competent worhthe rose bud uoon xxhich the morning ! 01an Jan. 1S5G. dew jet lingere...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 1 May 1856

Iff n A Family Newspaper Devoted to Education, Agriculture, Commerce, Markets, General Intelligence, Foreign and Domestic News, .4 VOL. 5. NO. C.l PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDY, MAY 1, 1856. WHOLE NO. 214. I! ' . f-! rp TT Tl T3 A "JVT JT 17 T ! AnJ V 1 1 A BS TUAwlnMA & V St ft 4JWAOAA (Up stairs, in the Old Plymouth Hotel,) BY WH. J. BURNS. If paidin advance, $150 A failure to order a discontinuance at the expiration of the time subscribed for. trill be considered a newengageraent, and the paper continued. 0"Na paperwill be discontinued untilall , rMiriixir n.iid. nn1fsstthe ontinp n lt. h e ' Publisher. ; ITThe above terma will be strictly ad MV4 j m tu. . II ADVERTISING. (TS LINZ? OR LESS MAKE A SdCAHr.) a j qnire three insertion or les SI. 00. B ich additional insertion . . . 25c. Business C irdi inserted ono year $5,00. Legal advevtisemeuts muat be cash in adtime not m irked, will be inserted till forbiJdea. and charged at the above rates. BANNER JOB PitLNTING OFFICE....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 1 May 1856

Pnmoutl) .'-Banner. VjL. l ElRÜ, Editor Proprietor?7 TLnrsdaj Horning May 1, 185C. l-XrAdvcrtiseinciifs to insure inseri on, must be handed in by Tuesday preceding the Jay of publication. CO" SEE FO UR Til PA GE. Thf Presidency. tla M;h wL-n Trea Pre ee an imUnn r - "" ",ulr"u (At she at; but rather inclined to Fusionism, ha3 the folding: 'In a recent letter to the Tribune, Mr. Greeley, in discussing 'the Presidency ahead,' gives it as his opiuion that the Democratic nominatitn is just as likely to fall on a new man as on Buchanan or Doughs. ' Tierce, he thinks, is out of the question. Mr. Buchanan is still, we think, the most prominent candidate, and the most likely to receive the nomination. There is, no doubt, in the pre seat condition of parties, on inclination on the part of Old Line Whigs, especially on tha part of those who are strongly AntiKnow Nothing, to favor the election of Mr. Buchanan in tho absence of a Whiz candidate. Present feeling so strongly predominate over the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 1 May 1856

THE BANNER ABOUT HOME. XTEvtra copies ot the Banner, in wrappers, ready for mailing, maybe had at the office for 5 cents each. Notes and accounts due this office have been le posited for f ettlement with the following persons, and as fast as we can make satisfactory arrangements the same plan will be adopted at other places: John Zeiinfr, "Wolf Creek Mills. . '.'Z E Moo a, Esq., Union Town. TTash. Tcttlk, LycuTgus. litre She postscript luuiCÄ. Auueu as to a letter from the Prt .? ft I I '1 persevering track-layer himself John r. llull--we read as follows: 4 P. S The track wi'.l be laid.to West Troy, the last of this week." His anxiety, combined with the indooiitable zeal of all interested in this work, leads us to doubt who will whistle the loudest, he or the locomotive, on their arrival at this place. In a few days we E2y expect to hear one or both of them. as we balieve West Troy is but 13 or 14 miles from this place. Shüülic? Affair. On Thursday last two men, named Hilyard and Ki...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Plymouth weekly banner — 1 May 1856

STAITZ AS. Ba: let thi heartho be intiful I care not Tor the face, I -k not whit the ivrrn may lack Of diuity and grace. If udr.d befilJ'd with glowing thongh'i, A.:utho soul with yjip:itliy, Wh-it matter though twe chek bo pale. Or the eye luck brilliancy. Thovg'i tie rosy cheek bo beautiful, I: oou miy loose its bloom, And the luster of the eye be q tenched In the darkness of the tomb. Vat the glory of the mind will live, . Tiiougu the bl.iotn ot lifo will depart, Auel oh, tue charm can usver diela a true and nolle heart. The lips that utter kindly thought, Have a beauty of their own, Pjr gentla words are sweeter far TW&n lnuaU.' softest torn?. Au:l thoush the voice be hrh and shrill. That bitUthj opprescd go free. And soothes die wje of sorrowing ones That voice is sweet to me. Hr. Pepper Wrestles witU a Milesian. Mr. Pepper is a veiy shrewd lawyer. In examining a witnes3, he exhibits a tact thst geuerally enables him to secure a triumph truth. He once in a while, how...

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