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Irje Ht publican.
T. B. THOMPSON.
, ': County. Treasurer.
-11EZEKIAH R. PERSHING
Dial. No 2-J, L. WESTERVELT,-3-GEO.
- For Coroner.
V G. P. CHERRY.
' - OLIVER V. MORRIS.
POLE RAISING IN NORTH
ONE MORE GRAND RALLY!
The Republican) of Nor.h township
will raisa'the tallest kind oi a Fremont
pol ai Abraham Inker's, about five
miles nonh of town, on the Michigan
rod. on SATURDAY NEXT, the 11th
Messt. Griffith, Sumner and others
will be on hand to speak, and also the
Plymouth Jessio Glee Club, to sing. '
Let .there be a grand rally of the
friends of the Mustapg Colt.
T? Hon. N. P. Banks. Speaker or the U.S.
House ofReprescntative, is to speak at La-
porte on Saturday next. A Fpecial train ofi
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Vtl 3 V Iii 1V.U V 14- - a t. w.. -
O'clock on Satur-lay, for Lapore, and return.
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gain same evening, for the accommoaauon
of tLose who may wont to Lear Mr. Bank,
care and vote early, Ieit something
occur by which you may snJjnly,
cUed mvrij. Rjo no risk by which
your vote will be lost.
Cucsty Pais. The Marshall county Fair
is to be held in this place on the 17th inst.
. We hope to fee a large attendance of the
Farmers and Mechau'cs of the county, on the
occasion, and that the exhib rion will be
highly creditable to the county,
i . . . ii
IJ"TLe coninxu nieatious of V." are una
voidably deferred until next week.
Yankee Kocinson's Bio Show. The
drsriisemeiit in nothef column in re
grd to. Yankee Uobiu3on3 big show, can
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tm lall io aiuaci me oiieiiuoii ui o.
g and conditions of t!ie fan loving,
pleajuce-seeking portion cl community,
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Ali '"U nntciniuii, mi iiiiw ivl
neatly 400 (eel long, by Mi. IV. utero,
,eaily40d Uet long, by Mi ratntero,
othe lop of the 5 ceuter-pede tent, bo
ag freo to nil, will, doubtless, of it;e!f
e unkieiil to draw an immense crowd
In h. tthih in
Srmors Acciiet. Anlmhman, vhis namp
we could not learn) attempted to
the cars, on Monday last, after they started.
but fell off, and cot badly hurt. Some portion
of the car struck him on the jaw breaking it
in three Pieces, beiides which his rohar
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tone was broken and or.e rib. lie was tryinj i
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lo ejeape ariesi oy an o:ncer, e learn, wn
had a capias fcr him.
Editor Republican. Tha Marshall
CouiUy Democrat of the 2.1 inst., con
tains an editorial coinmenl npu the f
nons Bourbon RtiH- J ind hoped fiom
the character of the edil jr an 1 those con
nected with him in the inana-jmer.t of
lh naner. that they would at least u'iani
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feat common courtrsy ana fairness to-
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arsrd their ru r.tcr. opponents, as thi
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paper 1. p.troa.J by a respectable
nuaiber of R-puli:ans of North towr-'
ihip nt least, an ., 1 presume, 1:1 oiner
nortions of the county aifo. It com
inents like thoso are calculated to en
large their sphere o? usefulness, cr in
crease their subscription list, 1 am mis
taken in reg.rd to the intelligence r.n.1 !
trint.sm of the freemen of this count v.
The writer of th'u was pre?nt fit
riourbou when Mtf.rs. Colfax and Stuart
spoke, was in the wagon containing the
Banner that so much displeased a portion
of tho JJemocraiy, particularly Juug3
Stuart; for 110 sooner had he mounted the
ttti.it nt the conclusion of Mr. Colfax's
remarks, than ho referred to if, anil spoke
in most disrespectful terms of the party
using such a banner, and that the design
io biinging it up so nar the Speakers
atand was t tr.iult the Democrats that
might be present. ' He then in !u!ged in
the most inflimmatory remarks in regard
to Know Nothings and the Louisville
sioU, ai.d appeare l to the writer to te
nnxiojj to incite the Irish who were pre
sent to violence.
In regard to Judge S. bing interrupted
while speaking about the Sumner and
Brooks nffjir, a brief statement will set
the matter tight. Judge S. asserted that
no Democrat justified the acl, and called
un those present to say whether they had
ever heard a Democrat justify it. I. my-
elf answered, I had, and could prove it.
Sime tea or twenty moro cried out they
had. If that wa an interruption I beg
pardon. But I supposed, when thus ap
pealed to by the speaker, it would not
be considered an interruption to say yes
or no. If he did not want the question
anawereJ he should not have asked il.
If we had answered, we had not. Instead
oi had, there would hive been no com
plaint from any quarter about an inter
ruption. The Jjdge seemed to bo considerably
excited vf hen he referred to an egging
crape or something of that kind thot oc
curred at Miohigan'City.J Ilis" remark
on lhi3 subject appeared to be very un
digniGcd and unbecoming one wearing
the Judicial ermine. But, perhaps, we
ought not to expect any thing better
from a m m w ho holds on to one office
while running for another. It shows he
ha no hope of his election.
The Judge's expression, if you want to
stand by tha Constitution, vote for me, is
decidedly rich, as if there were no friends
of the constitution or union except those
who art willing tobow ;he knee in ser
vility to thi toatti. Th great cry rais?i
by the present Duckanier party reminds
me of the devil shearing the hog great
cry and little wool. Who appoints dis
uniouists to office? Who talks about a
dissolution of the Union in a certain con
tingencyt Who is unwilling to abide
tho decision of the ballot box? Has not
Got. Wise proposed that the legislatures
of. Virginia and oilier slate-holding
States be called together bs soon as it is
ascertained Fremont is elected, to con
cert measures to withdraw from the
Union, before he can get possession of
the army end navy and purse strings of
the nation? Is it not boldly proclaimed
in the South that Mr. Pierce can be re
lied on in the emergency contemplated?
It only remains to be seen whether the
people of the Sm'.h will sustain their
leaders. Now, .vbo are the traitors?
Surely h.'s Soulhern nd Northern slave
ry extension part-, must bo the only na
tional, the only Democratic party! tho
essence of Fur-tr Äld" on,y nne able
to save the Uuiou!! Who can doubt it?
Are not those true patriots, Atchison,
Stringfellow c Co., incluling the patri
otic Border Ruf.nii3, in Missouri, on the
side of Democracy ind the. Union?
The editor of the Democrat and his as
sistants are or were rny personal friends.
I voted for them all wh-n candidates for
office. I got up a c'u'j for the Democrat.
Since then I have bacome convinced that
lbs present Democratic p3My has win-
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- o,a uhunn i
j ,.UCI,; wu"ulJM lu. be
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li,c -vicsuuifiii aim nguusi
Slavery extensi.n. FAIRMOUNT.
j ritmontl D.fflCUllieS tilth luotC-TIlC TriilJl
Id. 3 M Uli .MUrr.
Everv U.'ack Line unoaker e have!
htarJ since the nomination of Col. Fre
mont, has seen fit to make violent and
tbubive strictures uron him on
! of his difficulty with Senator Foote
Mississippi. The following, which is a
true tccouut of that matter, will "fhow
how much they iriUrrj. resent the cirair:
Dut one incident occured to mar the
entire harmony of Col. Fremont's inter
course with his brother Senators, enJ thai
only served to increase the respect al
ready entertained fcr his man!)-Eensibiü-ties.
Oil the last night of the session
Sscator Footf, tf Mifcsissippi. who came
into the Senate 8 mowhit exciif d, in tho
course of s-nne rtmaiks on the Naval Ap
propriatiou bill it aiterwarJs appeared
as ii he had not known precisely what
; bill ho was fperkirg f sjid in cub-
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, gtanc", or was undei.tnod to sav. that
the Rej.uL'.ic wculd be dihonored if n 1
j p' "'v i 4uuumiu an urni
urged upon the S-ri.il for Cilifornia
: wi r r.Ti.i. ii ir. liiftln! l.-ifin
Upon hearing theso
w0fJs Ffeni0nt l, fl the Senate-
j Chamber, sod sent messeliger to say to
j Senator Foote, that he wished to speck
with hirn. As o n as Foote had finished
I his speech, the mesMge was delivered to
I ' O
nun. anu ne stepped tu to cm. rremont.
uiio 1 1.011 fnlil him llmt liad cml f ir
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; ttjjcij a gentiern4n ift
Si nati r
! wiio, in iciuiriiko iiiiiiafi.
his position couid
nras unworthy of a
i oole immediately struck at him with
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h.3 list, just Eiaziiic his face. On the
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; instant, both Parties were seized by tho!
door keepers mid Snilors. who
noticed Foote'seiit from tiiSnaio. and
suspected ils cans, aud thns a seriouj
issue to the ofiair was postponed. On
the following dy. Colonel Fifmon e-iit
Fuote ft note, by the hand of Gov. Price,
of New Jfiscy. demanding retraction of
his ofTensire imputations. Gor. l'ric
Smiuht Kr!f u nn'm from Pnnla in
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, which he stated thnt iu what he said in
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the Stnate, he had Sbid nothing oenunci
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(atonof the b:ll supposed to have been
referred lo b hiraf t lhcse who iuUj.
i jUCCtj jt
Mr. Fremont's friends esteemed this
equivalent to a retraction of the lTensive
words, and on Monday following the
note to Foote end his reply were deliv
er on odu.raay--ine ioiio ra
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BF" u .uwÖCUvc.
Washington, Sept. 23, 1850.
undersigned are authorized to
slate that the diCitu,y between Hon. 11.
S, Foote tnd Hon. Jchn C. Fremont
growing out of certain expressions used
by the former in rc.alion to the Califor
nia land-bill, in the Senate, last evening,
has been adjusted satisfactorily and
honorably to both of these gentlemen.
A. C. DO 0(5 K.
WM. M. OWIN.
HENRY H. SIRLRY.
RODMAN M. PRICE.
The Devil Acknow lj.loks a Superior
The old liners are floo.iii g InJtjna with
political hard cases in the shape of speak
ers. Tuesday niht they had Douglas
here. A abort time since EJsoa 13. OiJs,
of Ohio, was here.
It is related of Olds that a communi-
cauon we once mane irom ntu öaianic
leiiJ y ona oi uius irieiuis lliroiign
the medium of a dream. The scene is in
the Infernal regions. Olds had knocked
at the gato and entered, and was intro
duced to Sten. His Majesty smarted
back in horror and asked, 'Is this IMaon
Yes,' wis the answer.
-uuu jj, viü5, ui uiiiu, iiiriiioer ui
Congress from the Pickaway District,
who wears ppectacles?'
The sauoe man.'
Just unscrew my tail says Satan,
and put it on to Olds, for he will head
me and be Captain of this band, and 1
may as well suriender at once!'
There are in New Orleans twenty
eight hundred drinking houses to a popu
lation of eighty thousand.
DIED. In this county on the 2d inst..
Mr. John Lihlset, aged 35 years. He
was one of the most respoctable citizens.
OF a Good quality, and warranted toper
form well For sale at Plymouth by Jas.
Elliott. ISAAC DAKLOW.
Aug. 21, MV?. 50tf.
Marshall County Republican.
The undersigned having purchased the' ceased, all his personal property, consisting
p, i , . . . P ' r .i ..Til ; of one mare, five head ot caitie, orielotof
Press and o her material of theTIy- ,JOiJf one lot 0f sheep, wheat in the field,
mouth Weekly Banner, proposes to pub i cotn in tie field, wheat by the bushel, farm
lish a weekly paper, in the town of Ply- ! ing utensils, household furniture. &c , &c.
mrjum. io oe enutiea in aiakoiiaLiLj
COUNTY REPUBLICAN." As its name-
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indicates it will support the Republican
cause, with all the zeal and ability its
editor can command. It is not deemed
necessary here, to make many promises
as to the future course of the paper.
The editor having invested a considera -
ble amount in the purchaso of materials,
nn I intending to make riymouili his per -
manent residence, it will no lesühis!
interest than his duty to make the Re
publican.'' so lures it may be in his pow
er, worthy of the patronage, especially
of every true-hearted Republican, as
well as of every literal minded Demo,
erat, who wishes to luar bnh bides dis
cussed. Having had considerable experience in
the publication of a new?papr, the pro
prietor flatters himself that h 'ill be
able to conduct the "Republican" in such
a manner ay to command the support and
Tpprobition of th community. U nti
after th I'naidential election the col
umns of the paper uill be principally
filled with poliiicdl matter, and the most
important news items. After that time,
attention will be given to every depart
ment Politic., News. Agriculture, Com
merce, $ic. , äc ; , so as to mike it a wel
come vUitant in every t mily.
Tiie T! rvr r. r.ir x v will be icsnpd cverr
ihurday mornin?, for lh present, on a
double medium pheet, at Sl,5i' per annum
in advance; 2,00 if nol paid Leforo the
expiration of three months, or 2 50 at
end of ths vear. No subscription
of will be alloned to run Icnrjcr than one
CO"A'lvance subscriptions are solicit
ed being morn Filiöf.iciwry to Loih sub
scriber Bnd publisher.
CG7 The Republican' will be contin
ued to all the subscribers of the "iian
ncr," unless otherwise diiected, and such
us have prtid for the latter in advance
will be furnished uiih the Republican'
until the time for which they have paid
expires, witho-.it nddiijopal charge.
I. .MATTINGLY. Proprietor.
Plymouth, Ind., Oct. 4, 185G.
STrIlO JiVj f
"Ci-if 1074 H-S; I
j tj f i lfeS,
Or EH 1D0 MEN AND HOUSES
PlymOllth, SatUI daT, CCt.lOth.
I Aftt-ruof.il performance at I o'clock. Even
i ing pcrforinauee at 0 o'clock.
IN SHOW BUSINESS.
7ANKEG ROrdXSOX, de!erminel not to
JS, be outdone by any establ shmeut iu thje-f
world, has got, this season,
CO Cents will buy a through ticket to all
let reports he what they may.
Yankee Robinson has added to his old and
A T II E N JE U M
A Bran New Circus!
All freih traine 1 Horses, Ponies and Mules.
A Ha iiu of
And Museum Curiosities.
J-t.ua 4jui JJ.-
TIIE SHANGHAI CLOWN,
Will introduce his Wonderful Trained Low
Another Feature has been alle I:
A Creole Ladv, will make a
On a 'SINGLE i.OiE,'' nearly 403 Feet
Jonj:, to the uttermost top of the
On the day of Exhibition, Free to all.
7f the weather is propitious there will bo a
Street I'arade by all the Ladies and Gentle
men of tl.e Company, led by the Young
And followed by the Ücautiful rin Horses,
Ponies and Vules, the finest and inot cost
ly foilection in the world.
As this is a new Circus, the people may ex
pect lots of New Feats, Tricks, tc., that are
entirely oimnnl, and only done by this
Oct. 9. itb.
TV OTICR is hereby given that the tinder
11 signed has taken out letters of Admin
istration on the estate ol Thomas Eoi khill.
late of Marshall C , lud , decea e I, a id all
persons i:i debted to aid estate ore requested
to make Ftttlement without delay, and those
having claiuiM against the same are requested
to file them lor tettlenient, duly authentica
ted accotding to law. The estate is suppos
ed to be solvent.
JOHN G. ROCKHILL, AdnTr.
Oc?. 9, 1850. pd. IUI.
Iff in ti i stra tor's Sale,
NOTICE is hert-by given tint I will sell at
public auction, on Saturday, the 1st.
I day of November, 185, at the i evidence of
I Thomas Rockhill, late of Marshall county de-
' t;icu.i ui muc luuuina fcitu ;
i a!1 sum. over three collars, the purch .er
' pivins his note with approv-d security, waiv-
j f, vaiualion ,n(J apPrabempnt laws.
j JOHN G. KO-KHILL, Adm'r.
i Oct 9, lS"f. pd. It J
asCXXA-M fiynv C CHICAGO
! IX. IS.
! TTNTIL furtler notice, passenger trains
I vJ run ' n tlis Road a follow.;
' GOING SOUTH, GO'NG NORTH.
Leace. I Iturc
After a general look through the west, I
have concluded to locate in Mason City, Cerre
iiorJo county. Iowa, ami w;ii leave i'iymouia
ior uiai pomi auoui nie m.-. oi ;epi. hcm.
Mason City hems in the immediate vicinity
of the best Public Lands 1 feel confident that
I can select such land? as will increase in vol-
ue0to 100 per cent annually. Those vish
ing to invest money in this way, ox bavins land
warrants they wish located, will Hud it to
their interests to frive uiea cal'.soon.
The highest cash price paid fer Land War
rants. Terrors knowing themselves indebted to
the late fi:ni rfllodes Sc I'orfer, or we person
ally. &n invited to rail on n e and -et tie nn.
C. A. IIu-us Esu., is authorized to trausact
j bus lies! forir.eiu ray abseiie.r.
Aur. Gl 13C.
rHIIOSI' f.wiiijT -he ii!i!:er 0:"'co up to this
1 ilat' rT 2d. Vd. ., im.-1 iiiiik soine
iiriMrieineiitf to settle. I Im, e f i eipiently sk
id lr the aui'iiitiiä due m, of runy in
dotit i': hut littlj ir iicill.ing lias bf.-:i i.o'l' f
le!. N-w I want my p'iy t'r ni" laij; r
'Peaceably if I caalorcibly :f 1 nn"
WM. J. BUR VS.
o t. 2. is;c. ott
wvi. AUtiiKa, jr.
l.IOMAb l ARGKl.lt.
T. F.1M2G FIE R,
Aho'f nle and Uetajl Dealers
AND MANUFACTUUEIIS OF
TYest Main street, opposite the Court
IIoue, Lnporte, Indiana.
N. n f.o ds packed at iliort noiire.
August 2;;. ir;5.. 2lyl. -
AT THE KilfiCK .K.
TT ITMBKR, SQlTAIiE Tl'ICEf?, ITiOOi'CK
3..J o1' a mc-st oR N.'.nVs. lor w!
hi h I e
frivcn 111 csc'-'i'o6 fe"001 M Oif ver' lowest
.'A Special Request!
"iV7'E an tfouir; to oprn a new n-t of Hooli
011 the- lin t day nf Sip'oiiihrr next, ( nr
old books benif: aooiit i:.ied e;) ;i:,d particular-
ly ri'.jiii-st tlios.-luv ii-. sucont ihm rennt s.-t-
i?c.l. u call and s. lib- us mkhi us po-siid-. We
w.int to makea idmrt ;.b i f it, if ptsible.
N.iw friend?, don't ne-iU-cl to cnil the lirst op -
Jnlv ni. ir.v..
.C. Pvl. RICHMOND,
A superior Ei'evatcd Oven Cook Stove, that
can be had only flt
Jnlv 2l.le35. Htf.
JENKINS- 15 EST I Tfff, warrtrr
iieitu orimniiev T-rut.rI, lorsale at
July 21. IfläC. 17tf.
cro:s;di::.'-; I'asati, for air
r"piIE Tnii source of Herth in the Fe-
male Constitution. Just eeeived and for
sale by PEUSllING THOMPSON.
.Iu-. 7, lSöß. l!tf.
Still in the Shop.
An old and triedfriend in the
BOOT AN SHOE
Manufactory, would inform hisdd friends and
rustomers that he has no dispoition to desert
them, or slijrht their work for niy considera
tion, but is ready a3 ever to maks good and re
liable custom made work to ordr; and whilst
he tenders his thanks for pa.-t ulronare, he
solicits a continuance ol their larors
Ready made work always on hand at his
Shop, ea t of the Court House.
Q0LDEN SY II UP, of a suoerTiTriaTi".
ty, at IYrsii-xg .t Ihompson's.
For sa!ö by Pcr-hi.no &, 7no.wrso..
July 51, ISO!. 17tf.
TRIANGLES for sle at Robf-rts.
17y I .
A LL person that are indebted to us are
jljL requested to cail and pay ip tlieir notes
and accounts. We have piven asniuc h lenity
ns our circumstances will ndmiljand as we
are ','oi n eist soon, for spools, we hope yon
will comply with our request, aid save us the
disagreeable necessity of takinj other means
of collecting onr demands.
Sept. 3, 1S5.7. '-Vttf.
C Isars & Tobacco, the bestin the
city, at ROIJEIlT-v
lcrm Caudles lorsale by
G. IL RODERTS.
A Lot of Ruckskin and wollen Gloves at
the i.rick Store, to be sold cheap for
I'll! For sale or rent at tl.e Old Line
II i k Siore. L iporte. ,'. . Robkrts.
fpili: win lil of Science, art and
-1- Industry, ilhiMrute.l l.y rxiimiib-.s in the
N?v York Exhibition vfl4:,:-4, f. i s. leb;
July .1 iv.oi,.
To I e found at the Ilrick Store, a
larpc S'ock of Siiiiinicr Hals, !
h:ch Mill be so'd at prices never
berore uahd in plyrjT'Uth for cheapness, n -
'LiPoiK e.r.ÜA.M. Plymouth. 3.45 r.M. , ........ - i ..i n. 'ran r, va a rn 7, ss n fs A n?
IRcrton, l.eO(,o Walkerton, 4 do iJ-bK. --J J; AT THE
I hunm 9"5 '?hr .u, J Plymouth. Marshall County, ndiann. on .17, fl IT I . A TOR.
I Rradi'pv un. loio k. a h L, port.- 5 Satnrday, September 13, lh'56, or 3m r y estesvklt.
23. 18'a. 2ütf
f .Ul11 Promptly ana nr.. .jy aucim ; sfia!l ro;, v, fof ,. (laiterin: manner in ' l ,v ""
l fl v "f U'-r ,iUustea lo tafe- ...f which they have sustained me iu years Soue (1 V (l IC (1 V C ,
""- ''' I'll- I,.. n.T... n. llr.-.- s!r.-Pl. S...uth 1! vnioi. 1 1. ! '
y ri b -vk- r' & "n tj . . 'liilv'i H.c I7vl Are invited, as we have one of the largos? and
J APAE V.A2 2-i, n-atas- J," 1 . 1y.'-l. best selected rfoc.s ever bron-ht to Ply m-
, sortment at 11 71. ß.tOU N'S. IMPORTANT' omh, which vi!l l.e soM che per than tl.e
.;uly'JI. 17tf. . t L...7. ,i.M Aic in.! cheapest, for cash or ou accountto good men.
nilE undersigned takes this method of,
informing th citizens id lMynionth and jj Keeps constantly on hand Clock?, atch
fu Tonndins count rv, that lie has conmn-nced es, Ureast nius. Ear rincs, tinker rings, Lock-
! the above busings in Plvmo'ith. where h keeps
ou IkiuiI an acnirtniet id Crane & U: c eil s
Metahc Eunal Cases;
Also, Wooden Coflins id all descr'p'.ions ready !
made. I will be prepared to attend to all calls.
w ita a ue;ire soon.
I am prepared to put nn Chain Pumps, with
; G ilvanized Meta'.ic Tubinr, warranted t
satiMatinn. A- "Dr
July 31, je." C. .
between the hours of 10 o'clock a m. ami 4
o'clock p 111, on said day, the untliviileil two
thirds part of the north east quarter of the j
north west (juorter of section twenty, town-j
ship thirty-three north, of range twoe st, be-J
lonvmsr to the estate ot Jacob K. Uiinp, ie
cessed , and if not so sold, will there offer
tiie ya.-lie at private sate.
TERMS Ol" SALE One third cash m hand,
i amj lije balance on a credit ot six and twelve
: months, takimr notes lor the deferred pay-
mcnt?, waiving valuation and apptaisrnent
laws, ar.vi a mortgage oa said land to secure
the same. JUii. uiLibu., Atimr.
Aug. 7, lr."G.
If Yoawant Good and Cheap
Boots and Shoes, so to
W ESTER VELTS.
! J FINE GAITEU and MO-
Jl-M roco Hoot?, nt iVEsTKRVEI.T
OoSllcSl yvriJjfJ. tt Chira whole-
sale pricesat V.T.STKRVElTrS
Physician L Sargcon,
Vv'iM protnplly attend lo all calls
d v .r ni-'ht. whenever Lis services may be
Oflre at home, in (he first houe ror'h of
L. C.riflin's on Michigan street, Plymouth,
Marshall county, Indiana.
N. 15. To fleruiaiis 1 can talk Cerman.
July IT, 1S (J. Hilf.
AT THE , .
rr..,r , -, - .. . ,r .,
r FinEsiibven!.ersavejust returned from the
J. Eastern markv. 3tnd r.re now prepared
to exh-l.it an tJ u.e ciiizenof 1 ipjrea-
Iiuc 4iiu.i.:i' .r ,iu Ml n U'i M UI 113 -v w i , y i ic Ui
the best selecieit stocks ot
A renf-r 1 as.-or'ir.er.t of
, Roots ami Shoes. Queens ware, and everything
usually ucpt 111 i-oniury sior.-s, that lias t.vor
been ollcrcd in tlt.s market. As we have p'ir-
cha.-ed exclusively for eali, we are detcmui
t:! to live up to! he reaily system, and n t to
1 e nn .'crsoid by any ether establishment in
Northern Vndiana -neitherJew or Genlile.
Give us a c:ili, and brina on your Wheat and
other n erchiiiiSa'de produce, and there is no
j damrcr but v.e will ail be suited, b jth as to
i quality and prices of articles.
j E. A. IVANN &L UKOT F1EF1.
1 July 2 1, Ifo . limO.
j ? JDFO 9
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
1 AViNtl been loeat- d in this place for a
number of years, lain still ready to at-
4 ä .1 (fb oil n i ty i In nvii.('n r f f .1 i , i n r.
. ,i . ,.,, I ,, '.!vnrr..l with, ni.l s: npci:i 1 5 ' tin
I I 4 I 1 1 li.'w III l.'-IM ' t B 11 lli'MII II) ' 'Mi
I I,, V 1 I liti.iini! ,.f P!,-nm,:ll, ,1 V i
, I . , f v
del.tedlothe old firm of u e,tereU
llewett, are requested ,o make exertion to pay
nn at as enrlv date possible
w e musii
have money. Call ai the store of
J. L. WKSTERVELT.
July 21, 1.150. .7!rL.
, Fire Mroof Safes.
I70RT,ai,ers arid oiher, ie -eived and for
galec htfp at our Seed Store in Lupori".
jy. 2G, '55. LEMON & SON.
J. J. Viliffi, M. D.
Homeopathic PJyi s i c i a
OAhTCULAR Attention paid to obsletencv
J Practice, and Chronic Diseases o: Wo
men, a id Diseases of Children.
OPf.ic over C. I'almer's Sto:e, corner of
Mi' tii'.in an I Laport streets.
May :t. 1 ;.:.(',. 7tf
Sionld your chest be iiirrtw, c jntiacted an 1
II ive you dull, heavy pain, or oppression with
in; Or that dry, hacking cough, atid shortness ol
Unto ma n j so often ti-e herald of death;
Look Well to your p.-ifety, nor even ! 1 iv,
Due not with your lil'othiislo liifl-i d ay;
E'l.piire ntonee w here to g-t Shoulder Braces,
llenieuibeiiiigJRoberts' the cheapest of places.
Hut the Rracrs al .'lie are not a'l you will find,
lleinaikably cheap and exactly to mind;
A M-difiiies pure, D."ggod in their iib.ces,
Cosmetics. Perfumery, in iheiM'est diow eas.'S
Kuh person in want, as nil will aduiiie them.
Should call nt Roeit' Drug Sore and buy
them. 15y. Lau li . jnlv :t, ""!l.
IS! ft til: M2cctls A new supply of
the most approved form, just printed on rood
white piper,' and lor sale at the Rainier office
either by the quire or .single enny.
LANK NOTES, oi an approved
fori, 'or sale at this ollice.
Q0 j ESLZPKg
ItJL u Perinmery, Patent Medicines, M il-
ler's washing compound and Starch Polish,)
Geriiun Green Salve, Thermometers, Candied
Spices. Chewing Gum, L'k'ars, Slc. T.emont
House, one ilojr irom Jeller.-on Avenue
LADIES' DRESS GOODS,
Of the Latest Styles.
GOOD assortment of Lawn as low as
et, a natura, may be found a' thu
hkm:s a. isi ca s,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law,
Marshall County, hid.
WILL promptly alt-ndtoall business in
the line ol nis profession with which
he may 1 e entrusted.
Office in the room recently occupied by
Messrs. llodces &. Porter, over Picrce'n Cloth-
Plymouth, April .3, 1 6. yl
KfW 1 ii fa ui 'H cum
I ,11 Uli l"Cir.3 Uliun ill iiiiiuj'uia
Jchn H. Shoemaker
J! E WE Is Ml 1.
I'lyinotitli. I ml,
l'p stairs over Vinnedge's
Slore, Tdichigan street.
c ts, &c. Clocks, Watches, c, repured in
, tlie best manner
Aug -21 20m3.
LARIONETS for sale at
JO ii AC CO, '
i'ji ie mv
I ..-piTx? r
: 3JJ-- ;
I . -'"es, ma y
rn i :.wic Ii. inivpst
Le lind at the Dru.g Store of
P:rs:i:xg TncMrS' X.
fT7"F, take pleasure in announcing to the
4' V trading public that our business facili
J V trad in
1 ties are not exceeded t-v anv other cstablish-
1T!ent, n lC counirv, and t lint we are prepared
, t0 offer them GREAT N DUC KM E TS with
I mir nwwnt stnrlnf ilnn.is. . hch rnnsists of
J almost an endless variety. & that it is for their
, interests that they buy at the Iccgiilator,
the great Central Depo of Trade- We pur
chased a very extensr-e
stock of Spring and Summer Goods,
of the latest styles; forr.e of which we will
sell at reduced prices. The mono of quick
sales and srrall piifits, is adopleiT at tl.e lleg
ulalor, and we will not be undersold for caih
or short time.
e corJially inviti our ruslomcrs to Cull
on ns, as we shall l e happy to ee them at any
tia:e. and please them with a good bargain.
"Hurrah fur the Keguliilui!
This is tho cry!
The champion cf Cheap Goods! "
That will connjier or die.
It wiil win ev.-ry bat fife
On the fie'.l of the fight;
For it stmds for our country
Forv'reedom and right."
We iivite attention toourlate arrival of Dry
Good , which are beinq rapidly sold, aad those
w.' -iing to make Ood selections, must call
LAWNS BY THE QUANTITY,
and Cheap. Cliallis. ditto.
SUMMER SHAWLS that must be sold; Ilanl-
al sTinr P?r 'ard-
,. -r..i -....,.,,
i ar.u oeau.iiui .iuiiii7ut ui
-qs jas. "HI JOT TT g
p 7 1o o- cen,s per yarJ. a fett. nice SIlk
; ,,.ir-sols tiKll w;n be sold at cost. Lots of
IJoser) and Gloves, and Silk Milts, Rounds
itinunieralile at low figures, from 3 shillings to
S: DO. Trimininqs also 011 hand.
Our HATS a, CAPS ari in
the way buy and relieve us. I'ere
von euu "tt everv style an I quality.
A Good simply ofsiapic Goods
( eans'anlv on han.l, Muslin, bleached, brown,
Hickory f-'htelin. Vc, 5cc.
Of every hind, rjheap.
We invite especial attention to our stock of ;
Univer.-ally pronounce 1 the bestin the market.
a:id most han lsoiiie f:yle3.
S.:ilis will do well to purchase soon, as
they can the catier suit. lh'-tr tables.
In the l;ure and commodious cellar
of the Kepulator, are stowed away
Molasses üy nips. Machine and l..nn
j Oils. See.. Sc whn-h will he dealt out willing.
; ly at tvtiy cdl. (iood Colli e and .Su car, do.
; Imperial notice ol 1 -armer'. Carpenters, Uuil
' " "...i,,0 Uli William
i ne na. u in iiiuuu) w .tunc, u mc
i ,.t '.i.,,... n.;.
II'.. 1 rv w.triltlm. 1, Ia.i.IaC l.k II. A
' - - i ; : r solltit a cen.
, , ' . ,
linuaiHt'-'i men cuiiii.ienee.
I iymoiti, JulyJI, le5G.
g 2 S'
o ri m
hd.r -s rr -
lcvcr and Jlsiuc
A N N I H I L A TO R .
DR. J. llEDCIF.S, Stanhope, New Jersey.
ffIUS prepiratioii is a certain, safe and upee
JL ily reined v for tVvcr aud Ague. Chill .md
F. ver, Dumb Asm, or any form ol intermittent
und Remittent Fever... It has been but two
years ince this Medicine was introd..c 1 t.
the notice of ihe public d niig that period ic
In found its way to the homes of thousands of
jinilis i.iTlictei with this ditrei!el aiid de
bilitating disease, ami iu no instance Ins it
failed to clT ct a perfect and permanent cure
where the directions have been strictly follow!
eil. The proprietor has also used it in ins pri
vate practice tor several yean, aud oluerviii?
the 11 ittering success which attendi l his trt at
inent Irom the use of thii remedy, he h".sbeen
indm ed to givo it n more extended circulation.
Ii needs no encomium ni long array of testi
inony to lienild its tlioncv; meJ:jt ies in
itself, and to the invalid it prove of more
value than an octavo volume- of certificates.
For sale at the Drug Store of
PEhSUUN'O &. THOMPSON.
July 2 1, 133G. I7y l.
FÄMlLT RTbLES, a new i-ipply at
jj, - S3 Hua
TJ1 c x h rn
J 5 2 o
N- 1 S w Ki
O O r O t-rr-i
r- - w s . m
ol o "hs ST. S" 3
s EL ft
Oientangy Iron Works.
; Delaware, Oliio.
j Braulej, Burnliam, Lamb & Co.,
. . j i . - r ct-.rtf j?Acr rtnt inn.
iu.ied fot saw and Grist Mills, and other pur
poses. Circular, Sash A Ifluly Saw ITC II Is,
Hydraulic Presses, Machinists Tools,
Kail Koad Work &c3 &c,
CO"" Orders Solicited.
The undersigned. Agent for the above es
tablishment, will attend to receivnig older?,
making contracts, forwarding Machinery, Jtc.
n Marcl.ilt r U.n n' Inrpnt mil nt IPS.
(Dil Jljrninti; ki' - I '
i All .liaibUUli V. IHV .1UVV.
li. t . lir.l4ik, ngtiJi.
Plymouth, nd. June .r, 13.0.
r in Kanffk.
Toiling and hoping,
Green M iut,tain Girls.
Woman' & Faith,
Married not M;ited,
rhiily and Kit.
Sulud for the Social,
For ial by RODERTS,
jnlv 3. ISöC. l5y. Liporte.
Cincinnati, Peru V Chicago
Open for MSusiiiTAs ISctfccen
ON and nfer Monday, Mar 2filh, a tram
will leave the p.is.-enrr depot of the
Michigan Southern V Northern ndiana R. R.
at Lr.rorte eich morning a lor the arrival of
theG-J train from the east nn the
3iiciiigaii Southern n. II.
Cor.nectinjy atAValkenon with Stares for Ply
mouth, Rochester, Ful'on, Losransport and
I'eru. A train will also leave Wal kertoa each
evening at six o'clock a'ter the arrival of
Stages Irom the south, reaching Lnpor'.e in
time to take th evening train on the Michigan
Southern and Northern Indiana Rail Road for
the East it West. By this arrangement Pas
sengers who leave Loransport and interr.edi
ate places will be enabled to go through to
cxz: joes: jz. azz iv.cs crs
Or tak" the eastern train the same.i 'Lt. It
will iilso enable those who leave Laporte on
the morning train to spend syvial hours in
Plymouth and return the same nighty
From T.cporte to V.'akctton,
Hoc heil r,
The trade i-; being rapidly laid between
Walkerton and Plymouth, and trains will be
run towards ihe latter place as the work pre
cresses. Tickets ran be had on the cars for
an-v of lllC aloYe place;
N. KENDALL. Supt.
Eor Sale or Rent.
4 V ry desirable tlo-sidencc on Michigan
iTA. s!iv-t, imiutiliat ly East of the Court
lloi.se. A poyl lv.M story llonse, win on
ea Ii side, and nil the i.eressary cut buildirgs,
s 1 a j;:ol Well. The terms tr renting it
purchase will be inade .-y a? the owner ia
anxious t Sell- hör Initiier particular?, en
quire at tins olico or to A- G. Armstrtn?.
at) -it 3 miles west hi 1 lymouui.
PlvmouTh, June 5, 1S2G. Ulf.
"ST J OTH!
T JIIE ul.sc;-iler wnnU iiiloroi the citizens
JL of Marshall and adjacent countie, that be
will run a sett of Woolen Machinery for making
At the north end of Plymouth, in A.C. Staleyi
tieiv Kttsnn estallibnleI.t. We Lave h pood
Midline ni.d Picker, and in good condition for
making rolls. The subscriber is a practical
Spinner, understanding all the branches cf
inaiiul.it tuririir. ami professes the Fcience of
making rolls that will spin wcl. Tlmne who
huveh ul their wool knotted cfnl spoileJ, can
pet fur.ootli, clear rolU, by bringing giod wool
in proper order. The subscriber will spare
no pains, as be will not 1e excelled lv
Any Itablhhnient in ihe West
So luiug on your wool. Tb M idline wdll be
in lull operation f er th -"'h ot June.
Jjne5:h. IC"C. lltf.
CLEAVELAND & EEW TT
Have the 3Iauiniolh stock of Goods,
NEW GOODS, Good and Cheap Good.
We will sell cheap fo. cash. Come ona
and all, and take a peep at them, and we flat
ter ourselves that we can sell them to you.--Our
stock consists of a threat variety.
BjCall at Cleaveland i Hewett'a on La
porte street, nearly opposite the post office.
C. & IL
May 2e. 1 (. 9tf.
Farm f o r Sale.
OTCEand a half indes north of Plymouth,
on the west side o' the Michigan Koad.
I contaiuiu 5Sl8' Acres; 33 acres of which are
improved and cultivated, and under good fen
ces. A pcod Apple Orchard in fiood bearing
order, of DO tree., mos ly of good ;ra led Fruit;
Also a young Peach Orchard in pood growing
order, ol" 4ü Ute of ihe best variety oi craft
t r a n n
This farm i be.rdi ully situated on the Mick
isa:i Load, being hiijhand !iv,witha fair pro
portion ot Timber, Mea.Jiow.'and Pl.wr Land,
and being close to -.o the couutyteat ruakei
it a very i!esirab-c ntiiatiou.
For parLicv.ais eiriuire of the of the owner
liv.ng in Plymouth.
1(;'-t II. R. PERSIH.VO.
"iVOOD'S HAIR REST01JATIVE, a
fresh supply, for sale at R0RERTS.
Laporte, July ie,l55. 17yl.
M'ortc att Fountain JPr::,
Patented Jan. 23. 1S55.
Advantages. Au im ornhlde aüd'chirabl
iik Reservoir, inmle .f Pobteax. under Good
year's Patent, fiü. d with eaoe and r i'idity,
uppl)iiig the pen Irom three toten hOur., ac
cording to tho bite.
A Gold Penol the best quality, with aht-L'er
of a beautiful, light, and elastic material
For aale by v ß. Kraai
Lporte, Jniy. 18M,
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