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DrOWIld A little son of Mr. John
Uurch. of this place, about seven yedrs
old, while playing in a skiff, on Monday
last, fr 1 1 into the river and was drowned.
All efforts to recover tho body have been
T's article on Piomi-iiadins" is not
to the point, and is most too p-rsonil
for publication. Our columns are open
io all, but correspondents mint stick to
the point, be brief, and eschew all per
Djtiddly Warm. List Tuesday was a
regular "roaster." At noon thd ther
mometer stood at 90" in the shade.
Fort Wayse & Chicago R. 11.---We
se by the Fort Wayne Standard that
tho work on the above named road is so
far advanced as to be ready, fur the track
from Fort Wayne to Columbia, and to be
completed to Plymouth, a distance of t5
miles, as SMMias Üe hands can be obtain
ed. It will thero have a connection with
Chicago by the Liporte and Peru Rail
road, which will be completed by that
time. Everything is g"ing on finely, and
we see no reason why wo shau't hwe a
Riilroad communication between this and
any of the southern citi 'i by the 15:h of
September. We lo.k upon this road
with a gvid deal of zeal and hope. go
ahond eullemMi and d the woik, und we
will keep our readers p islrJ up oa the
matter. Laporte Unicn.
Boston. May 16.
Guv. Gardner to day vetoed the bill
granting 1 'JQ.0C0 to tho Western Rad
road. The loan proposed was t build a
&ecuid track from Springfield t Albatfy.
The Senate 'h fcated the bill abolishing
South Bem. Ind., y lt5.
The lightning tfuck the house of Mr.
Lem ird llnines last nihi. instantly kil
ltng twu uf Iii b'ys. ni severely burning
a daughter. His wife was a'so bidly in
J ired. The h us w.'is very mtichehuter
ed and Cut up by the l:gh tillig
Catastbophe. A shorkinp
accident occurred in lluntcrtowii on
Thursday afternoon last. Two little
b?ys, sons of George Happ, b!a ksmilli,
in the nbs-iiict 'f tliir fado-r. went in
to the bltcksmiih shop and kitidlrd a fire.
The younger, a Rue little boy. nhout 3
yars old, clt inhfd on the hearth, ai'd Kis
clothes catching fiet he was so shocking
ly burnt that Ii died the sime evening.
When discovered he was in a most de
lorble conditio.i, his eutir- boily bei:;
b irnt over to a crisp. Ft. Wayne Stn.
Biker's Arrest and Arrival at .r,v Ycrfc.
Nr.'.' Yok, M-y lt
Grent exritenietit atiendfd the hii
nouitcertieut of Biker's capture mid r -turn,
aud we are th:s A. M. favored with
minute details of all the atierdaut tir
cunrnances. but tliey present nothing of
strikiui; imp nt mc. B tker's arrest was
flfectel without difficulty on board the
Isib-Ml.T. Jcwett. where he was pasir
under the assumed name of Brown, llr
it tntel thit Ins intet: lion was to get to
Constantinople, and tnkf! part in the wur
in the Crtni-a. The prisoner was trans
ferred in the harhor to a low b-ol. and
quietly conveyed o the Tombs, thr.s rs
t apir a ceue of excitement that atteu
tied i!it airivdl of the Gups Shut al her
Col. Kinnky. A warrant has been
isvied iii the U S. District Court in
Philadelphia on an indictment for ihr
nrrt-st ol Co!. Kinney in regaid to the
Central American KxpeJitiou, nnd le
in order to anticipate the arrest went to
Phi'a lelphia ou Monday evening. Oo
Tuesday afternoon, he was broubt be
fore Judge Ksn, of the U. S. Disirict
Court, and held to bnl in the sum of
810.000 to aimvera charge of violating
the neutrality laws in fitl mg out a vt-s-t-el
in this district gaiiist Nicarogua.
The alleged vessel was all ready to sail
iih ammunition, stores and 300 men.
Mr Presley, of the Girard House, became
Jtis surety. Geo. M. Dallas nppeared as
counsel to Col. Kinney.
Fos the FaoHiBiTOEY Law. Judge
Coiikiin, late U. S. Dis. Judge, complied
vith a Tetpiesl of ihr Y. State Tfm
peranc Society, and has written r. cpiu
u vith special reference to starch and
i?irire ciatues of the Prohibitory Liquor
iaw. as discussed by Nicliulas Hill
iadge C. sustains the law in thesa cases.
Siayerd Taylor latel) delivered a lec
ture at Kalamazoo, on the Philosophy of
Travel, before hr audience. The
next day a geutlemin chancing to meet
a Udy. who listened to the lecture, ask
d her opinion of it. Oh, it was excel
lent he has such a sxztct moustache!"
Lobeszo Daw defined a deith-bed re
f' lance to be burning out the caudle of
life in the service of the devil, and blow
ing the snuff in the Lord's face.
AYithin the las! few days, one man in
Flu tson. ene in Exeter, and a woman in
incord, all in Nw llampshiie, have
committed suicide by hanging.
A law has just passed in Canada by
which all, newspapers pubWhed within
the Provinces ire transmitted by mail
free of postage.
The American Express Company is
Slid to hare declared a quarterly dividend
f 4 per cent, on their capital of ST'öO.
QQQ, payable the 15th instant.
Suit for libel has ben brought
the Liuisvilfe Courier bv Qreen Walker, i
onoftlie UirJin couatv jurymen in the 1
I'd Chain-m County,. N'.C, Willi
Hester was eiecuteJ, a fair Ujs ago for
stealing a slare."
Murder and Lynching in Kansas.
St. Louis, May 7.
Advices from Fort Leavenworth say
that Malcomb Clark was murdered by a
lawyer named McCrea. After McCrea
had committed the deed, he jumped into
the river and tried to escape, but he was
followed and captured, and brought back
to the guanl house, and hand bills were
circulated, calling upon the cilizjns to as
semble and revenue Malcomb Clarks blood.
It was rumored McCrea ha J been lynched
and his house burnt. The difficulty
which led to the murder arose out of the
Terrible Fire in Springfield Illinois.
Chicago Sdturdny, May 12.
A most distructive fire occurred in
springfild this morning, by which the
best portion of the business part of the
town was destroyed. The State-house
square and nine splendid stores are one
miss of ruitis. Tho loss is estimated at
-$75,000. the greater portion of which is
covered by ins nance. The fire si supposed
to be the wnrk of an incendinrv.
The Murdekek f Pui.e T.Kr.x. The
baujue Grape Shot r. turned lo New York
on the 14th inst, with Uaker the murder
er of Hill Poole on board.
She arrived at Palmas in seventeen
days from New York, and laid off and on,
till the Isabella Je well hoe in sight,
when they boarded her and captured the
The vellf cf the Wabash is grievous
ly infested. K"cently a ganvtas im
prisoned fbr murder and rhery. Their
confederates hive recently nude a des
perate attempt to take tho lives of the
two principal witnesses, nn I lest they
should s titeod, the witnesses hive been
removed to La layette, and are guarded by
a JSprcial Police.
The punning editor of the Lafayette
Journnl sajfcof the iiiariicige of Lucy j
toue: "u anticipated the result, the
first tim wo ever heard Lucy make an
nti slavery speech. It was very eti
dent to us from the course of her remarks
hat s-he loved a black well."
Iu the Placer County Ditrict Court,
Isaac Thorne recovered of ;lo Cillforuia
St3;e Company (S5.U00 damages for in
juiies re;tivfd by the upsetting of a tage.
Cholesa in Sr. Louis During tlie
wet-k ending the 10th inst, there were 70
deaths from Cholera iu St. Louis.
UCFIARH COUltALKV Ch rk.
.10HXSON niiWNLEE, llecorder,
JOSEIMI EVANS, Tra.-uir-jr,
JOHN" 1., I M!)lPS(1N,S!friiT,
TilOMVS M1(NALU, Auditor,
OLlVKft V, .MOHR S. Mirsev.r.
J, F, VANVALKKMI I, M.
SAM'L .MC JKXALI), Swamp LmiOlWr.
r. llFMI'lIKEVS. Clerk.
-Mr. CIII I'M AN. Si.t-rilT.
('. HOUMIIIKYS Auditor.
W. W. Mr-nKMiCK, Treasurer.
J S iJKNDEFt.Sur eyor.
C. S. TllJll T S'virnp Laud Coniwiipsioner.
J. r.)ZAl!TlI. Post Master.
I. liOZAliTII. Kec r.lcr.
R.V. blTKIEll, Justice of the Peace. Knot.
A. T. C'AKliOLL.
Flour per cut S,,Oo Coflee, per Ih ,1."
Wheat rt d 1 .4 1 Orleans Sugar lain
whi.e J,"n Maple do 10
Oats ,'M Hees-wa-:
Corn , 5 Cloverseed 5,00
Flaxseed 1 Ot) White Beans 1,-Vi
Timothy see d 4.00 Tallow per 11 .
Dntrd Pearlies 2 C' Hutter 15
Apples F.lM.s pr dor. 8
Rosin Soap, per lb ,10 Hams ptr lb Ca'.1
Common do TS'des S
Mould candles ,?t) Sl.oithU rs tv:
Salt, pr hid -liMK l.eese 2
Whittfish ptrrbbU-M'iJ Varkerel 10
We refer our reader to an advertisement in
nnutl.er co1iut.ii, for lull particulars coneer.iii
the tlvireana of Dr. CuriH. It is nol to be
otiifofthe ir.ot remarkatde cures, for all des
cription of di.-c.ises of the luns, ever discov
ered, its virtues have been tested by hu:i
drei's, who have obtained their kiiQvled3'e by
the lest of all teachers experience.
CAITIO.V 1;h. Ci rtiV IIvccana is ihr
original and only genuine article.
!TTlVr5nns fiifferins from diseases ci the
throat or bin. us are, in a great majority of ca
ses, completely restored to health by a f.iith
'ul trial ot Dr. Curtis Ihreana r-r inhaling Va
por. Dy the Doctor's new method of treat
ment, the medical ojent is bretiht in dite t
contact with the diseased parts, and cannot
f.-il of having a beneficial effect. All Dru.
gi.,ts sell it. Fee advertisement in this paper.
Caution. Dr. Curtis' Ilygeana is the origin
al and only genuine article.
Ur. 7I"-lIoVO Dental Surgeon,
will pay our place a professional vi.-it on Mon
day, June 4lh, and remain a few days for the
accommodation of aryof our citizens wuLing
any thing in his line.
The highest market price will le allowed on
?ubscription, for any emount of clean Linen
a; d Cctton KajfS delivered at this effre.
Dcn'tfa l to pay your iubscripfion, when you
can pay it in rajs.
Millinery and .Milliner's
Jlrsl BAKEEl Would respectfully
iulnrm h r uld pi.truis and the L uhe. generally,
that the h i returoed to P.yino uh. ml resumed
the Millenery lti!i- ut her residt in--?, nd so
licit a continuation flli.it patronage heitt fre
no liberally lief towed by her old ctut iici, aud
tint of other citizt-ns wishing any thi'i? iu her
line. She has Lwdy received from Chicago a
handsome and weil selected assortn eat ol
SPRING AND SUMMER
Jflitliucr's Good s 9
Which tho lad e are respectfully invited to call
and ex imine, before purcha;it)"ilewhere, and
h-kvii-. made iirr..nr-nnM)t 1 y which he will j
be in the r gar reci i;t of the I.atCSt FlUll-1
lOUV, of each ieaMii,she hpt to be able, by
enrt fully fuperintendin? all th work with
which the may be lavoied, to give geuerd sat
if.iction. May 17, 13-. 0 r.
I BTust havs it.
rIHE little rnouut5 due ine for Cibi-
net v.orl, Cohns &c, mu t le settled in
somc.WAy, either by cash or note within a very ;
short time or the accounts of those indebteJ j
wi'd be found in the hands of E5q.'F;nith'for '
the quickest and shorteit way of collection'.'
... . - L. A. JOSEPH.'
May 17, 1333. 9tf
-e5j In Plymouth.
'PIIE subscriberr-i would respctfu1-
ly inform lli;jf4 Ladu-s und Oviitle
liiej of Plymouth, und its vicinity, that
he has constantly on ban! a gent-rnl assortment
OF BOOTS & SHOES
Of all kinds, sizes and prices.
This ndvertm'iiient now will how
The Plymouth people where togn,
For Boots and idiocs of every kind,
T- suit the most fustidems mind.
For those who bow nt F.hion' shrine,
Please call sit M ukV he dots dctdu
To keep what cannot fail tu fuit
The latest sth of Shoe and Hoot.
lfhulics wi.-Ji for slippers nctf
T 'iit th mi ml arnl fit their feet
Of (J liters of the latest fashion,
When ihecsed to make a splendid dash in;
Or lotre?. Shoes, or aught to wear;
Then evil at Micks, you'll find them there
( )f eviy nic und varied hue,
M ide at the east uu.l west ward too.
We hl o have a ltuskin Tie,
l",r walking which thef.tir should buy.
For tho sake i f henltn und comfort to ;
Then call and bo.y our B diin Sin e.
Nw Fanners you will ph ase to call
A M i k his ktoek will please you a";
His t k is ci d, and can't bo beut.
By any house, on at y street.
A Lettt r bout cannot lie made.
Than those we keep for country trade.
Oar Thck Brodaus are also stout,
Tin y'll wear till they ate nil worn ou';
Itulifyou want a fine! Shoe;
'1 heu call at Mack: he'll furnish you
With Cilf. M irnccc, or with K ;
Vi.h kind the lust, that ill f i t rip.
Vouni' Mises too, we foud'y icei
Come let us beautify ) o ir f. 1 t,
With C ti'i rs, s;;,m rs i r BuuUo
W :t'i any li.nl th; t yoiin.ny jlrasi.
e also hue h r bul s that cieep,
A liulc Siioe ih.il' ery cheap:
It's plia! 1 and also iiea,
And will protect their httlc feet.
23 Cull at the old stand. Terms Cadi
M iy 17. 1SÖÖ. J, 1.
CTATE OF INDIANA, I
WARREN COUNTY,, j
ill -i-l y ivc, tlint 1) 1 s :irrt-ii. Ad i i d-
tr.itnr u! 'ihr osti t. d Aarmi L il-y d rcn.-
it, his liud his p tüioiiti m 11 the re. 1 otite !
of tin- tb c';im-i', tii -i-rti:iil bt'ii IZ insutlit it lit j
to p iy his de!'t; aud that Miid petition will b; j
h, a. J at the in xt term f this nmrt.
It lJOYEIl. c'eik !
t 11. II. lim-riv. I) t. !
M-v 17. 1 ?".-,.
talc of Siidiaisa:
1 7i the. Marshall Circuit Court, .ittguit
S.im'o 1 M iiters )
v.. Korrclof uro.
(,..r-.-T. IJ'iph, S
Tue phiintiii in the f.irejroinsr cutithd c:me,
!r,- H'tvc hi A'toiliey, filed in inv tdlicc Iii 5
coMiplint ! i'ire l Mire of iriurt.';!!. und V
U iiiu' made to appear tu my jatU!:iCtioi ly the
dli i ivit t f ;i diiiitere5ted piTon that Jaiil de
ft i:d mt is a noil resident of the Stut f Indiana.
Tin :ii.I ilt.-f-iiil;:iit (i-i)rir- T. l'o;li x thrrc-
lort hereby notified i t the ill i n und pendency
of .red c-ompl ii t. and tint unli he appear and
p'.- d answt r r l-i:i:ir then to on or lefore tli
c till: ef s.,id caue it the next trr::i tf thu
M r h ill circuit court, to ! .rdden at tlie court
!iouf in I'ly iii'iuih. in s:iid cuuntv, oi; th" fec
"lid M.'fidiV in A'. gl t fet the j-atne, a to
him, will ,f I.i'k ii a .Mit'-s -d, and will be
heard an 1 determined in his atnee.
Attest: It. COIIBALEY, clerk.
Mit 17 18.5. 9.1.
C. II. !' e Atty. for pltflT.
7t the Marshall Circuit Court.
Put id A MvD nald
T.indsev f'. ThoTipoT, J Tin
Thompson, John llaytinker. Lliz
a'oth 1 Z - inaVi r. James A'rts,
K :7a A.rs. I tiid!t n G odiier, Con.i'!.iint
J i.i iA;iu (t.iril'irr, tinU-on Acifs. 1 lo." D-et.'.
T.milv Acre., V,'i liam Fiher, El
lon Fiher. sind Wyi-tt Thompson.
l-bi'it; Geurf TtioTiipstnii and
others, heirs of L .rin Thouip. n,
ilci fil rd.
I) it known lint on the lGh d iv i f April
. ii. e pmini in me nrcco;n: entitieii cause
l:ld his compl nut in my Hice. rg-iitiüt ei I d
fciidiiiS; upon which a summons issued, w hich
his bint ri turned served upon feme of suid de
fendant, lind it aj pt arinir by fiid letmn thnt
L:.ndcv C. Th'Miipson. John Thompson. J hn
11 iy:n:l:i r, KliziU-rh IJ.iynnk r, JaniP. A rr
Eiiz i A'.-re. H onil'on (i irdner, Jn'i i A'tifJrd-m-r.
fiidfou Acres, Tvnüy Aero?, Willium Fih
er, EEeii Fisher, and Wvatt Tlioinpni.i i re not
I' und. Tliev :ue t!ienfore hereby notified of
tho (ilin? und p.-iu'ency f unid cotiiplnin; and
that nrib5 they appear Htnl answer thereto or,
or bef' re the -n'.lin; of said c;iUe, at the next
term of th M ;rlui!l circuit court, to le holden
a, the court lu-use in Plymouth in sr-id co-mtv,
on the second Moi day in Au oit next. tht snme
will lf ht-aid and detfrmititl in their Alsi-nce.
Atrrst: K. COEBALEY, clerk.
Miv IT, l5". 5t4.
C. II. Krevi, A'fy fir pl ff.
I 1ST or LETTEUS Remaininm the
J Post office at I'lymouth, nd.on the 15th
of May, 1CÖ5
Kendall n F
Lynch Miss Jerusha
Mills and Katley
Morris Mrs Kate A
McCay S,irah J
Mitton May A
Noyce L W
Noll Jetse G
Olmstead Su5an E 2
Ol instead Georfre
Plake Miss Mary
Plant Jame .
Peckham John E
Rhodes Joseph II
Ninger Miss Jane
Steel Mrs Amanda
Snyder Miss Mary
Stewart James F
Smith S 2'
Seltingrif ht David
Smith William O
Skinner J F
Taylor Mary E
Turner John W
Thayer L T
"Watts En .
Borden Valentine 3
1 re wer C
Liussin? Isaac F
Bilinr Nelson V
lit 11 Wm
Ilroadt eiit David
Ball T B
Dean David S
Dunham T A
Doddridge J P
Dilhnan L G
Engle Solomon E
Fletcher Charles W
Fish Jonathan I
Griffin Charles G 2
Gills Mary O
Jloestitlar Samuel ir
Hough II A
Hastings Royal C
Jame.iMrs PhiJa A
Jenkins Evans .
Knapp E' .
Kinney Jacob A
Wade Mrs Gemima
J. F. VAN VALKENBt DGH, P. M.
TROKE Jail on the night of the 15th inst.
JL Biciiaru E.o, for whose recovery or safe ;
lodgment at any place, where I can get him,
will pay the above reward. lie is a thick,
heavy ret man, about five feetsix inches high,
light colored hair, with a mole on his left
cheek, and about 33 years old, and rather a
down-cast look. It is supposed that he will
stear for llinois.
JOHN L. THOMPSON,
Sh'ir Marhsall County.
Plymouth, Ind., May 17. 13Ö3. Ut3
Office of the fin. rem & Chicago Railway Co.
PIIE transfer hooks of said Company
will le closed on Wednesday May 2.id,
and remain closed until June 2nd, 1SC5.
IJy order of the Board of Directors.
JOHN S.ALLEN, Secy.
L'iporte, Ind. April 21, 17ö . Üi3.
RÄTlL Ro7TbrVllETrTG .
Meeting of the Stockholders ( tl.e Cin
t inn it:, IVru and Chicago lla'l Way Com-
poiy, 'Mil oo held at tin court house in tl.e
t iv,i of Itot hester, in Fulton c mity, Indiana,
mi Siturday the iul day f June next, at one
n'i lock P. M., for the t. -lection 4of Din ctors for
the en mi in,' y jar. A proposition wi.l he suh
niitted, t rednc tho uumher ! director-, from
Thirteen to seven or nine. Propositions fr
r Mining connections wi'ii oth -r road1, will ais j
In? Mih.'iiitti'd, and also such other luinessf as
may he thought necessary to transact.
By order ol the Uoard.
Lapoif, April 1C. ld".. 9;3.
f SlIE undersigned vill sell vt public sale
JL on "Wednesday, June -), 1855, one mile
west o1- the Michigan lotd from Sumner's
onie valuable stock and household anl kitch
en lurniture. Si colts 'J yearlines, '2 two
years oil, and three years old ill in rood
ordi r. Also riiiitp a iimr.!,f r nt llirc vh.it i1,I
sieers, hcifc-rj and Milch cows, and four year-
hm: calves, xlso'J-5 or 30 li vs. shoats, and
sows with pipy; 2b l eal of shte;., and oine
nngutc-nsils. Also a lot cf household
cojils o. various Vinds
C ATI 1 EKIXC LO LE.MAUG II.
May 17, 1C55.
RIlli undersigned having tnken out
letrorsof adniinitsration on the estate of
Michael Snyder hU & .Mar hall County, de-
i 0nd.. i....,.,.
i"--''; uiiiucu iaart; a i44ini9 txi&v HiVt-
having claims ngaimst the same, r.re request
e l to file thein duly a uheaticated lor iettle
incut. Tl.e estate issolvejit.
JAlUU bNYDEii. Adm-r.
May IT, IC5" Ml
'Tlin upderFigned. administrator tilth
e.-tate of Michael Snyder, deceased, will
sell at public sale on Saturday June 10, I3..",
at the residence of John E Nnyder - in Tolk
lown.-hip, the personal property of said estate,
eonsistiinr principally ol household and kitch
Terms: All sums o" three dollars an 1 under,
cah in hand, and ou all sum? or erth.it am'f,
a crelit of six months will he iven, upon
notes with approve! sccurityi waiving valua
tion and appraisment la .vs.
JALUU SNYDE3, Adm'r.
.Vav 17th. 183.1. Jt I
Honey to Give away.
I Offer for sale far below their vrlue, and be
hnv what U flaked by otliers for less valua
ble situations, the following desirable property:
The "l'omeroy Hrick Store Property," and
Warehouse being üi feet front by PJf, deep;
a large fine biicbSto. e, and warehouse back
the 1 est business lojalion in town.
Also Part oflot 41. feet ly 12, lyin
ft et south of the tiick store, with a two
story ioni buildinrr. A fine hu iness loration
both in the best business block in town.
.lo Village Lots, with and without
dwellingi large and small, in various parts of
Also Eight Aeret of Land adjoining the
town plat, with a poo I Tannery thereon, and
fine water privilege to suit that busiue s very
Also Several tracts of land in vnrious ! Farmers liank, Jasper,
parts of this county j Sleuben C. 134ik, Angola.
J ) acres of heavy timbered wild, 2 miles ! Atlantic Hank. Jackson
fro,n""": i. r i , , (Bank of Albion, Albion.
Kit) acres, heavy timbered and wet prairie, . , ,
H miles from town. Government btock Bank
i:J7 acr s, part timber and balance improved. ; Bank of Attica Atlica.
12 miles from town. ! Green County Bank BloomSeld.
40 acres li-ht barrens, one forth of a mile', perrv Co jy'k Cannelton.
iroiu iovn. I
-50 acres, 40 improved, barrens, 17 miles
from town; All in good neighborhoods, surroun
ded by fine improvements, aud for sale at rery
low r ites. Title indisputable.
Also other Lands at the usual prices thro'
the country. C. II- KELVE.
I'lymouth, Ind., May 3, 13,V"i. 7tf.
WANT to buy groceries, drus and med.
icines, paints and oils, go to II. U.
Pershing's store, where he is just receiving a
fre;h s-ipply of everything in ft sline of trade,
and will sell them at the lowest cash prices
and give the highest market price lor all kinds
of grain, pork, hutter, egt, seneca snake
root, gensen, lady slipper, yellow root, blood
root, beeswax and money.
May 10, !?:. 8-Ut
R. M. BROWN
R. C. BAXTER
BROWN & BAXTER..
IPealcrs in Stoves
Tin, Sheet Iron and Coppcnrare,
WOULD most tespectfully inform the
citizens of Marshall county, that they
are now under full headway, and'are prepared
to furnish any article in their line, a shade
lower than customers ' have heretofore been
in the habit o'" paying, -and perhaps a little
lower than" ary other establishment in this part
of Northern Indiana.
We are practical workmen ourselve?, and
manufacture our own wares of the veiy I est of
stock, and as we inter.d making it a permanent
business perhaps for li e, our customers may
rest assured that we will sell them none but
Good and Cheap Articles,
As this is Ihe only way to establish a reliable
and permanent patronage, from the proceeds
of which- ater years o: toil and close atten
tion to business we may have something to
rely.'upou iu our older years.
The Ladies shall be promptly waited upon,
and can have any article in our line manu ac
tured or repaired to order, and on short notice.
ID We shall adopt as an invariable rule
Xj disappointment when work is promised.
Shop two doors north of the brick store at
(he sign of "Tin Shop" across the side wslk.
ltairs and most articles of country Pro
duce taken in exchange. Call and see us.
May 3, 1855. . - 7tf.
HOIHiES & PORTER,
Attorneys at La?,'
Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana.
Of3ce ovrr II. B. Iline's Hardware Store,
WILL prompt attention io the col
lection of Claims, a'.tend to the pur
chase and ale of re 1 estate, procure Boun
ty Land Warrants and Pensions. Bel'er to
messus. f. p. j Ames ct co., New York.
IIAWE3 & MCK.ILLA P,
peabson ccco,. Ciiicago.
" a. K. SWIFT & CO., '
HUNTINGTON. LEE & C., Det.
A. LAY MAN & CO., Cn.
Ap il 26, ls55. tyl
Indiana Free Itanlis.
The Free Banks Hassificd. and the Ajcncy
CLASS NO. 1.
Punk of North America, Clinton
Bank of Indiana, Michigan City,
Bank of Svracuse, Syracuse.
Bank of Pvockville, Ilockville.
B.mk of the Capitol, Indianapolis,
Bank of Salem, (south.) Snlein.
Bank of Brookvilie, Brookville.
Biuk of Monticello, Monticello.
Bank of Goshen, Goshen.
Bank of K'kha.t. Elkhart.
Hank of Mt. Vernon, Mt. Vernon,
Bank of Warsaw Warsaw,
Cdtnbridi;e City Bank Cambrdge.
Central Bink Indianapolis.
Canal Bank Kvansville.
Crescent City Bank
Farmers Bjnk Westfield.
j banners & Mechanics Bnk Indianapolis,
' Fayetto County 15-ink CounerSTill.
! Grammercv Bank Lafayette.
Indiana Bmk Madison.
; Indiana Stotk Hank Laportc.
j Kentucky Stock Bank Columbus.
Ligrango Bank Lima.
i Merchants and Mechanics Dank New Al-
Xew York and Virginia State Stock Bank
Prnirie City Bank, Tjrre Haute.
Silem Bank, (north) Salem.
Traders bank Indianapolis.
Savings 13nk Connersville.
class mo. 2. 00 CENTS.
Huntington county Bank Huntington.
Kalamazoo Eauk Albion.
Bank of Perrysville Perrysvillo.
Delaware County Bank Muucie.
Indiana lleserve Bnk Kokomo.
N. Y. Slate Stock Bank Viucennrs.
Tippecanoe Ik. Winneniac.
Wubai-h River Bk. Jasper.
Wabash River Bk.Newville.
j Wabash River Bk.New Corrydon.
j Bank of Su.h Bond, South Bend.
! Bank of F'rt Wayne, Fort Wayne.
i Northwestern Bank, Blootnfield.
j Upper Wabash Bank, Wabash,
j Wayne Bdnk, Logansporte.
i Wayne Bank. Richmond
j Great Western Bank, Tcrre Haute.
1 CLSS NO. 3. 75 CEKT.
Elkhart Co. Bmk, Goshen,
( Laurel Bank Laurel,
! Agricultural Bank Mt. Sterling.
I Bank of Uockport, Kockport.
I Bank of Rochester Rochester.
Bank of Rensselear Rensselear.
! Fanners and Mechanics Bank R?nst-lecr
Shawnee Ilk. Attica,
State Stock Bk. Jamestown.
; State Stock Bk. Marion.
Wabash Valley Bk.Lcganeport.
Bunk of Covington. Covington.
Pub. Stock Bk, Newport.
Siato Stock Security Bk. Newport.
Trader's rk,Ndsh ifle.
Western Bk, Plymouth.
Bank of Albany, New Albany.
Bank of T. Wardsworth, Michigan City,
Hank of North America, Newport.
Bank of Auburn, Auburn.
Bank of Connersville, Connersville.
Bank of America, Morocco,
Bdiik of Bridgeport, Bridgeport.
Drovers Bank. Rome,
Merchants' Bank, Springfield.
Merchants' Bank, Lafayette.
Northern Indiana Bank, Logansport.
Orange Bank, Poseyviüe.
Plymouth Bank, Plymouth.
State Stbck Bank, Logansport.
State Stock Bank, Peru.
Traders Bank. Terre Haute.
Marshall Co. bank, Plymouth.
Note. Class No. 1. includes the As
sociation of Specie paying banks.
w v v.-
Till Parin e:sriip heretofore existing be
tween tie undersigned under the name and
firm of J. F. Van Valkenburgh & Co., was dis
solved by the mutual consent of the parlies on
the 2:td inst. The Books, notes and accounts
of said firm are le It for settlement with Robert
Ru.-k at the old stand, and the liabilities ol
the firm are to be settled by him.
J. V. VAN VALKENBURGH,
April 26 1853 Ct3.
I II ml Eni TlOW
FOR THE CURE OF
Asthma and Consumption.
NEW AND VERY WOXDERFELH!
Brought home lo the door of the Million.
WONDERFUL discovery has recently
x been made by Dr. Curtis of this city, in
the treatment of Consumption, Isthmaand all
diseases o the Lungs. We refer to Dr. Cur
tis' Ilygeana. or Inha'dng Hygean Vapor and
Cherry Syrup." With this new method. Dr.
C. has restored many fflicted ones to health,
as an evidence of which he has innumerable
certificates. Speaking of the treatment, a
physiciau remarks, "It. is evident that inhal
ing constantly breathing an agreeable, heal
ing vapor the medicinal properties must come
indirect contact with the whole u rial cavities
of the lungs, and thus escape the many and
vari d changes produced upon them when in
troduced into the'stomach. and subject to the
proc ss or digestion-" The Ilygeana is for
sale at all the Druggists throughout the coun
try. yew York Dutchmnn Jan. 14.
The Inhaler is worn on the breast under the
linen without the least inconvenience the
heat of the body being sufficient to evaporate
ICTKor sale by H. B. PERSHING, Plymouth.
May 3, 1855. 7yl.
A. P. HODGES.
IN THE MARKET AGAIN!
THE undersigned having returned to Plym
outh and commenced business, solicits a share
of the public patronage in the trade
TINWARE, STOVES, &c.
He has now on hand a variety of
Cooking, Parlor and Box Stoves;
Also a large assortment ol Tiliwaro and
0Repairine done on the shortest notice.
He will be found at the stand heretofore occu- j
pied by Daniel M' Donald, one door south of
tht Brick Store.
G. S. CLEAVELAXD. i
Plymouth, pril Uß,. 15Ü. Ctf.
I Will inform my friends and
former patrons, and the pub
lic qenera ly, that hove just
opened one o! the best supplies
Spring" and Summer
l ever had the pleasure to ofTer them. My
present stock is sufficiently large for this mar
ket, embracing all the new and Approved
styles, and-the workmanship, both with regard
to taste and durability, will bd found much
7 have also received a large stook of gen-
Hals ht I he Cord.
And many other articles too numerous to men
tion ; all of which will Vc sold at low cash
Having been ensraijed iu business with the
, citizen.; o" Marshall comity about a year, and
t endeavored to deal fairly and justly with them,
and teelinir thank ul for their lornier pat ren
ame, Itlatter my.'eh'that they will find it to
t heir interots to continue it. ,.!ll areresject
fully invited -to call and ee for themselves.
I'VTU, rotators, and many othei arti
cles of country Produce taken in exchange for
Goods, at the best market prices.
April 21, l-5". Ctf.
Vvchh Bread, Vnlivs i Pics,
Kept eonstantlv on hau 1 at
mar'JS, 18: iCKARI S.
Itooms Iter IZctit.
ffl"VV"0 cr three comfortable and convenient
up stairs rooms over my" i-tore, for rent.
They are suitable for olfi.es orMiops. Enquire
of C CALMER.
March 22, 18.-.5. Uf
:J20 acres of Ijnisd lor Sale.
'llE Southwest quarter of section thirty-
one, in township thirty-four north, of
ranLrc tvoe:ist: also the south east cuarter of
section one, in township thirty-three north, of
ranjse two east, situate i three miles east o?
Plymouth. This land is heavily timbered
with Oak, Ash. Poplar, Walnut, Suar-Maple,
For further particulars apply to M . hMcr.,
at Vndianapo is, or M. ALLEN,
at Plymouth. Apr. 3, 1S"3. :ilf.
OURSUANT to an order of the Marshall
j J. common pleas court, olTer nt private sale
j a part of Lot 177 in the town of Plymouth, In-
diana; being 18 feet Iront by 110 deep, in the
south east corner ot said lot.
Apply to Chas. H. Reeve over the Post nice,
i or the undersigned at her residence in 'iyia
louth. ELIZARETII DAWES,
j Jdmi'x on estate ol Frank Daw es dee'd
j May :i, I ::.. 7tL
PURSUANT to an order or the Common
Pleas Court of Morshall county in the
State o: ndiann, fo- the sale of land belonging
! to the estate of Henry H. C'mmins deceas
: ed, 1 offer atpiivate sale.
All Improved Farm,
, Virh timber, water, buildinzs, orcliard &c.
lying three miles west of I lymouth contain
; irii PJO Acres, h is described as the west
hal 'otthe north west quarter, and the north
. west quaiter o:'the south west quatler 1 Fec-
tton 1-, in township 3d, raneone east.
I One fourth down, and the balance ou credit,
fecured by nutes on interest, waivintr valuation
laws, to be secured by mortgage on the prem-
ises on confirmation of the sale, to be ex cu
i ted and recorded at the expense o' the purcha-
.ser. .MAJOR TUTTLE.
I Adm'r. de bor.i non.
j April SO, 1C53. Ctl.
! Guardian Sale.
NOTICE is hereby riven that the under
signed Guardian of the perso sand prop
erly of Mary J., Olive A , Rufus II. und E.'la
; Haw ley deceased, will cir r to 11 at private
: tale on and after the day of May n-xt,
at my re-idencein i'lymouth, the following
! Rea' Est de L t longing to s id wards, to wit
'J wo thirds of the undivided half of four a res
j off ot" the North part of ihe North We?t frac
i tio:i west o' the Mi hL'an ro d, in section
'e'even: also three acres and 21-100 of an
i rcre off the South end of the North part of
I the .vo ith West fraction, IVest of the .Michi-
pan road in s -ction ten; of land sei c ed in
i the indian Country lor the Michitj.n road;
j p so the N. rth end of the North Easl qu.rter
j of lots No. 1 and 2 of .section twt nty-nine in
i townsh p thirty-four north, of range two eas,
I containing torty-si ven and 17-100 acres lf as"!
nt of fl-
- . ly f ur and 4l-10',acres of l
I reiinio'" al :'. ash n l anl on day o'ale
I A.N fclWZA haw Lti, uu:ruian.
April 26, 18:5. U.
Spring and Fummer my days for
butchering will be Monday and friday ol each
week. Smoked, Dried, and Pickled Meats,
for sale every day. Also, pickles and pickle I
feet. Some have been frightened at my bin
dog.but he will not bite you, if he does, will
pay all damages. His name is Mr. M. J. D.
Cougle, and of course the latter end of the
name trea'.sall politely.
Plymouth, April 2, '5.", J. C.
rHE undersigned would prefer havin his
I business settled without cost and trou
ble, but unles his accour.ts that are yet out
standing, are closed in some way by the first
of May, he will be under the necess ty of ask
ing the assistance of officers to aid him in get
ting his just dues. He wishes to pay what he
owes, and must have the means from those
owing him to meet his liabilities.
April 5, 1853.
TO NON RESIDENTS.
NOTICE i hereby given that tb under
lined w th the county surveyor, will,
.u the iflftday of May 1854, nt 10 o'clock a.
m. on s id dy, prjc-'-e-l io survey and locate
the cormrs of their land, in sections 1,2, 3, 9,
10, 11, 14,15,23,25 and 36 in township thirty
i wo north, of ränget! west, in Stark county; '1 o
ncet at Monroe Tucker! on aid day. and con--iime
from day to day until ell is finUhe l.
Non residents who fail to meet the Surveyor
t the time & place above mentioned, 4: defray
orprovide for defraying thcirportion f the ex
pense of said survey, will be returned to the
Counly Auditor of said coupty, and such delin-'
queiicr placed on the tax duplicat and collect
ed according to lvy, . '
Mi? 3, 1555. 7t3.
I AXXUAIf EXHIBIT
Of the receipts and expenditures of tha
Board of Trustees of the Town of Ply
mouth, for the year ending May 1, 1855
The Treasurer of the corporation of Plym
outh, in account with said corporation, Dr.
To bal. in Treasury, March
1, 1355, 3151 04
Collected from fines and li
cences Amount collected on dupli
cate of liöi,
Cr. by am't paid for printing.
By expenses of street com
missiouer and services ol
Paid Assessor's fees,
do Trustees of lr3,
do Desk and chairs 'o: Cor
poration. Attorney ice.
J St-ttiouei y.
t C erk service
To amount iu Ticsurv Much
Recc.vtd from County Treas
ury, Int' stou Si hool Fuud notes.
Uec'd ol tum reMdentfcholarf,
Collected on t'u licate of
1854. 1.275 93 ?,31 9i
By amcunt paid S. Mcrgau
o:i S ho.l H.tuse. 1.7G4 00
Sunt' fur plan of lions'.
E ra fir j 1 literm,
A. Shi tor X- Co. for work.
Digging will and fli.lir-s
for s i me,
P.iid sehn 1 teichcr'.
2 ') 1 '
Paid on Seminary lot dee J,
do lor wood,
do locksy.bolts 4- b'ooms,
do 3 extra desks,
do .toves for school house,
do V. Belanee's no'.e,
GRAVE YAWD FUND.
T bal. in treasury, March 1.
To amount received for lots.
is 0J 5,254
Cr. Uy Lai tor removing dead
do Fence Posts,
do Fence boardi.
V r biiil.ii;: it iKf,
and hiut s.
! 7 q iires bl ttik b ae,
j Takii g ;ickiiowedg.-me;!t of
liie Street ComiuiaMoner re
1'ort. h;ii:ig expemb-d ou
the ftreet in cs.sh ;:d two
day bibor u.s' s-ed on the
p lis, the sum t f
Tlie amount f the lax d"p".i
ciite of 1351, i 2
B ibinre in the Treasury on
l.vt March, 18.'!, r deri
ved fi o n oilier ource, 1,355 02
And of delii.qu -nt taxev rc-
t irne.1. J0'il
Auriunt f Corporation otders
redeemed 2,764 61
Paid on Seminary, Io, wiKd
& 154 62 .1,'J3l,0l
Am't received hy Treasurer, 3,882 6
do paid out by Treasurer, 3,994 02
Overdrawn Iroin Treasurer. S ! U ÖG
Due Treasurer tor collecting
tax o: lüöi, 77 GO
Amount of outstanding orders
April 21, 1151, 85
R. BROWN. Pre.
Attest: M. W. S;.:itu CPk.
i'lymouth, April 21, 155. 7t3.
. him in istralor's Votier.
Tf HE undersigned has this day taken out
JL letters of administration on the estate of
Larkin Thompson, late of Marshall county
deceased. AH persons owing said estate ara
requested to make payment, and those hav
ing claims against it. mut file them for settle
ment. The estate is probably solvent.
LUCRLTIA THOMPSON Adrar'x.
April 7, 1355. 4t3.
Lap orte City Bindery.
THE subscriber, having re-established
a Biudery, is prepared (o do any de-
scriplion of work r.t moderate j rices Blank
b3oks ruled and bound to any p -ttern, warren
tei of good paper and stock Music done at a
lew day's notice. JAS. MERCURY.
W. Marriott, Agent, at the 'Banner Offic.
with whom all work may be entrusted. 41nr5
State of Iiulian:,
Marshall Circuit Court, Avcv it Term
Warren D. Pcttit, ) Complaint
V5 to f
a M ort es te.
"lVTOW at this time comes ti e plaintiff by
counsel and files his complaint in tho
foregoing entitled cause, and it appearing by
the affidavit of a disinterested person that said
defendant is a non resident of the state of Indi
ana. The said defendant. Isaiah J. Winans,
is therefore hereby notified of the filing sxil
pendenc of the complaint ia this behalf, aud
that unless he appearand plead, answer or de
mur thereto on or before the calling of said
cause at the next term oi said Marshall circuit
court, to be holden at tbe court house in Ply
mouth in said county, on the second Monday
of August next, the same will be heard and de j
termined in his absence.
Attest: R. CORBALEY c!;r!L.
Tn it & Hay Vl'ttts Attys.
April 10, lS')-" lit.
House. Sign V Ornamental
Are prepared to accommodate all those wish
ing work done in their line. Gne us call.
April 19, 1855. 5tf.
Bcard,Scnix Dunn's Steel Plows.
"I ff Beaid, Senix and Dunn's Richmond
XÜLf Steel Plows, Cultivators, CornShel
lers, and a great variety of farming implement,
for sale at the sign of the Big Pad Lock by
Peru, Ind., April 5, 1855. 3if.
riTAKENunbv Janes Hamilton. living in
.1, He t Township, Marshall County, Iml.
on the 14th day of April 1855, one ef tray
mare; supposed to be about seven years oäf
said mare is a bay roan with three wbitt feet,
and the other part white, with' a biased face,
and veak eyes, no other marks or brendi per
ceivable. Said mare appraised at seventy
five dollars by N. W. Mdrich and Nortoa S.
Burch belore Justice Daniel Birber. '
At est. II. CORBALEY, Clerk.
May 10 1555 8t3
State of Indiana,
ITIarha!l County, est
Amanda R. Sbarpless )
vs. Complaint for DiTorce.
Paul Sharpless. ) . .
IN the above cause, it appearing by affidavit
that the defendant, Paul Shaem-ess is a con
resident of tbe State of Indiana; he is hereby
notified ot the filing and pendency of said com
plaint, aud that the same will be heard before
the Marshall circuit court, at its next term to be
held at the court house, in Plymouth, on tha
second Monday in August next, and unless he
appears, it will be hea rd and determined in Lis
Atte'st: R. CORBALEY clerk.
.May 3, 1855. 711.
pn. j. yqBWNEOT,3-
OFFICE rt his residence ihre, doors ncrUt
of Edv-ards' Hotel, on Micht& street.
Plyncuth, Marek 22, IS55. . . , HU