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lZciij.ßnitz& .Toll ii Gardner
HAVING formed a partnership for the purpose of
carrying on tlie
Wanoii & Biadsmithin Biisinrs?,
And lv.ving purchased the stand formerly occupied
by E. o. & A. P. Elliot, in South Plymouth, Ind.,
respectfullv inform the public that they nreiiowin
Prepared to receive order and txectto all work in
their line in the best and mast substantial manner,
on short not e ; and reasonable terms. As they will
jrive their per-nil attention to the business, they
hope to deserve and receive a liberal share of the
patronage of the dtirens ol Marshall county.
Buggies, Carriagrs and Wagons,
Of all kinds mi J qualities kept constancy on hand
and for sale or made to order.
DRepairing of all kinds promptly alten led to.
ID" Particular attention will be paid to Suoeing
HORSES Hud OXEN.
BENTZ & GARDNER,
nov 17, 1?53, 14 tf.
John II. Gold.ird,ha3 for sale at his farm 3 miles
south west of Plymouth, in any quantities by the
larrel, gallon, or otherwise, Sorghum Molasses. It
is also kept for s-ile at retail at Chus. Palmer's
Oct 27-1 ltf.
Chicago. New York, Phiidelpbi. Albany, BiiTi'o,
Cleveland and Detroit. SchoJ.ir.-dup good through
the entire chain of seven Colleges.
CONSOLIDATION "of Ibvant & Srratton's
Mereintile College," and ßoli'uCnmnit rrial Col
lege," now soll i net fd as u institution which is
the recipient of an extrio.ls:riry and unpreccdent-
Iarraon Hlok, corner Clark and Washington
II. B. BRTANT- ...... D. V. BELL H. D. 9TTTON
. Principals and Proprietors
By this consolidation the collegiate cou-se of this
Institution is greatly enl irgr d mid with the im
provemen. whi-'h the busiri' s experience of tb
Principals enable them cms: n 'y to introduce for
thtf benefit of their student., it is made greatly u
perior in all respects.
First Premiums Awarded t tli
At the late Unite 1 Spates Fair in Chic.igo.for Best
Pem Nsmr and or Bmt II hjkkekhng.
Departments of IWkkt-Pj'iiig and
Organized t,- conducted upon the Counting Roon.
avstcm. ?( Ii Iis of sm.lv being titi.tl up w'ol m
pr pri ile con iters, desks, etc , as in Real I'r-t-nes.
and he tudent at once intto lured to th
practical w.i. k'ligs and routine of ba-ones as eit
ducted in B'.nks Counting Rooms, Ilii'rjit oiii
COMMKIin L LAW.
Bv wi.il n.'-'.! i ; I' -' .' f
the (T..IVI I-ty o " ; . V" - si . ''
are he'd in om- C -'.let c i;i. t.iir s i ! lit r.
privileged . rittrnd al! the lectures ui this i! s:f
incut, an 1 t recivr :nJtni-ron ;n this imj i t
branch fth cour-c. from t:i a!'e, aecoinpTt-h
and learned Professors of t: it school; an I itaiTr.!
v. munh gr itificnti n t be rnbb-d to -i'Vr th n
thec extr leni'n rv und superior :idv:iiit;ii'f-.
P K N C F. f 1 1 A N ' V r ! N M A N S 1 1 1 V
This 1'unoiK in tliC PK.-T known the
tv ir i O'lr -tail 1 ird.
ITCir-uIir ml (' t I rueof '0 piges furnishe."
jrratu-.tous v on -in
V.catiiin to tue nil n'i'-i" tied.
BRYANT, BELL .V STKATTON.
rrihc bestü CT. SUGAR in town, at Vinne.l!,? A
unrtli.i 13 .nle.
By order of the Cass County Court of Comn v
Pleas, I am authorized to sell at private sile. in
lofinthe Townof P!vmMirli. X. I'M. 1 19, li?.
1 HT, 1 7 , 1 7 r , 1 S:, i -1 , 1 2, 22.1. 226. 229. 2 .
2:51,2:2,2':. Also out lots. No. 4ö. 17, 19. 49.
52,5.1,5-1,55,57 Terms: One-fourth down. one
fourth n cue, two and three re irs, with inn-rest
fron date. WmSON. V R IG H V.
nov 1:7 Htf. Guardian.
v.nz vour PRODUCH to Vinnedgc Crown's
y to get t.'ie le?t j-rices.
Tiic unders;gned b is t.iken out b t'ers of Ad-
m"mitr;tion . on the estate of Wilhelm lhJm.
l ife of yi ir.-!. .11 county, Iniliuna, deceased. Stid
3.ate is supposed to be insolvent.
jiot 2 10t3. PET EU SCI1LAUD, At!m'r.
TEA, IS TOWK
At 57 ct3 V pnd t
tc 6. YINNF.DGC & BROWN'S.
Shingles Square Timber, flvr Poll, Uraswax,
Ra-, Chickens, Tillov, Iluf.cr, Rggs, Broonis,
Wheat, Corn, O it, County or Corpora on Or
ders, at pir. Larda'id Mtney, either gold or sil
ver or piper, we are not pvrtieul ir which, so we
petit mi piymcnt, for debt, or in evhme for
Uot,Sh e?, dry g lJ, Crockery, Grvcciiea of
all km w, or ready -m ide clot!i:ng. We pay the
highest market price for all kind of produce, and
re seürttf joods lower than any other houe in
town. All wr jk,is a call from the farmers, and
other wihii!g di in our line, toVonvince them
?rof the above fact
No. 1 Corbin Elock, ornr Michigan and La
VINNEDGE k BROWN.
Oct 27-11 tf.
T rave two notes in July 159, for $35. each, one j
I due December 2ith, next, the other due My ;
ltnext. They were gireu on a contract for a
Wheat Drill payee's name forgotten thought
to he'. It. t H.A. Myers; payable at Plymouth .
Bank. N j other notes of mine dated i i July, are
in circulation. They were obtained without con
pidcra'ion and bv fbe representation, ai d I hall
not pay them; i r"fore von ar caution d not to
purchase them WYATT THOMPSON j
T. M( DON ALD
Real Eslalc Asm k Notary Public.
orricc ove riRCC4 clothing store,
PLYMOUTH. : : INDIANA.
""VRAWS DEflD.S, Morta?e...Bond.. and
J Agreements; iellsLaiil5, examine? Ttth ss,
and fumiahe Abstmctsof the same; pays Taxes,
and ledeem Irfind Äold for Taxes
ARRANGEMENTS have been made to sup
ply the PI) mouth market with this flour, an J
- -- a nu w VIVt W
land' iil Palmer's.
S5445tf N. B. P. S. ALLEM AN 1 Co.
h a t it
if 1 1 1
5 Sri" ?
WE HAVE just received, and are offering
for sale cheaper than any other establish
ment in Plymouth, a large xssortmtnt of
MSooIs V Shoes
-m:ner wir D.it fail to call before y . u
ourl S( 3and examine our stock
KDlVAKDs V VA N V A L K CN BU RG V
Executor's Sals of
To be said at Public Auction, on the 27th ?ay of
Decemtier next, at the town ofBr.-inen, in .Mar
shall County, and State of Indiana, in front of the
Post Oliice, between tho hours of 11 o'clock, A.
AI., and 2 o'cIock. P. M., t e E ist half of the South
east quarter, and the East half of the Northeart
quarter of section thirty-one. (31), and the West
half of se -tion thirty two, (:2), in Township thir
ty -five, (,15), North of Ramje four (4) East, in
Marshall County, and German Township. The
above lands are valuable, beinjr o ere'1 with on
lar, and other oxl varieties of timber. It will be
sold in 89 acre lot?.
TERMS: One fourth of the purt hasp money to
be paid down, and tin residue to o secured by a
mortpa-re upon the premises, ard one-Virthofthe
purchase money in one yenr fr m sile, one
fourth in two j ear?, and one fourtl v. th ee years
from sale, with interest, payable unnu illy, vithout
relief from valuation or ppri'-ment laws.
rOWF.LL HOW I. AND.
Executors af the Estate ofElisha Ilowland de
ceased I will sll at the nlove named time nnd place
the West hall of the Northwest fractional quarter
of ection thirty-one, (HI), Township thirty -five,
'3."). North of R.-mjre four, (4) Cist, containing
8 acres, nmlupcn the same term3 as the execu
Also, on the 22-1 of December, 1 ?."'. at the Cours
IIo'is" in Plymouth, it 2 P. M., the following land.
?yiti!r in Union Townlup, and County o"Marshall
o-wit: The E ist half of the Southeast lU irter of
S 3 tion eiht. (8): he West half of the Southeast
q'tirter, and th ' Southeast quarter of the South
ei t quarterof section omp, (9), and the Sonth
w st fiiarter of the Southwest quarter of section
te-i.(10)o Tonshipthi ty-two C2) North, nnd
ilano one(l)Kist. The terms are tl.e same
is those of the executors sale.
KNOWLTCN HOWL AND.
Oct. 27-1 1 1?.
Notice is hereby ciren, that nersuant to an or
der and decree of (he Caroll Court of Cnminnn
Pleas, at tii September term thereof, A. D. 1S59,
at the Court House tloor in Plymouth, on Saturday,
the 3d d iv of December. A.D. I1."), between the
iioursof 9f'clck A. AI. and 4 o'clock P. M. of
s idday. I will sell at public o.u cry, the filhvinr
described real otate. situated in the county of
M irhall. in the St ite of Indi ana, to-wit:
The Lot or South half (X) of the Southeast
(Victicnil (juarter (l4) of section number twenty-
ur t2-l). Eist of th Miehi!in Road, in the In
dian I'ind-, ronfuiiiinz seventy one and F7 100
crs, Ti'-ti-or les bein-r the real est ite of Tiir
neiius, Willams lte of Caroll County, decased.
TERM-OF SALE Onr-third ci-h in hin I.
iic-th-nl in n'ne m ii?hs nn the rehie in -iv:h
een mon'hs from 1 lyofsilc. the purchaser jriviug
his notes for d'Terred payments with m irtae
security on th np"irj''. -
JO TH N WILLI A MS, A lm.
Er.4 A Gorun. tvs.
Ot. 27 159 lit 1.'
ftinrriiaii' .ilr of"
T .N t'ii: u..ii "' i iL.
1 moo P " is C i:iT, I .if r I r
-i"1 -it rr v:i.
V. the 1 in i i M ir'h i J tue
1 linn J mi lit !uue be.nu
it of the firm of the late S y tVdan'-i knonn
- ail of t! south h ill" of the sotsrh i-t o,r. of cc
on lMt'm township t'iirtv-thre. n.;ith, of ran pro tw
ist, tX'-ept 1?. and f 197, acres out of to
i-th-west corner. Tiu-sife will b. on a crehe
i .t exve li'iz Nice Y- us rhe purch hi t f-i pi n j
n 'r' S with f.; od eeurity, on interest, waiving dif
..-ti m at li.v- 'he interest to bejtiid uinmive
n i.i v in .e, k the ,vi:i.jii a! i:i :!ire etU il p ivman
bi fnhuv to piy t!i" uferest, th whoV j.rin.'i'y,
iieC'iioc one. I. l ie s i ;i!;i m- I i,v nrs.
"oort, ilis pir i-r is to t ike .; ed m l vivc. ip,i
iitioii 'l s Viiri' v by in trt :. on the r.on the
The liiixl lies about threr miles fr am Piyr.i m ad
a is Ti'cnty of tiin''',r .-i ti'l wit er containise.
." M l ) acre', wiih a ror ' improvement isth
ro d iieiubborbod, a is lind. Tills Gl
lie vial to be imi.ue-'t nl Hi ls nviy c- in a
r neirotiations midej on sde ec of R 'cvce be
pron, in plyni uth "
ENOCH BELANG EE, Guardian
High Wages for Labor
D m't work hard and then buy things at h'sh pri
ces, when you can nvi twice us much lor tour
money. I want 1-irire qn mtities of
For tanning'. I want nil the
there is in the country to be had. When you
have t either to sell, bring them to the store o
A- C- STATEY
in Plymouth and I will ivcyou a better price and
linanOtherm-uican or dared) for the sam
amount of L'AKK, HIDES, or any other kind of
7u Eh 7f& f1 1771
Come and rc ne-
"HearinT i believing, and aetJg knowing.'
Th itN a Turkish proi erb. and if on oine to
"see" me und "hear' my price. for v'",l-', ou
will 'believe and 'know that I can do b,!i,crky
you than any in in in Plymouth.
I have rn hand a good stock of
GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. STA
PLE AND FA SHY GOODS
Or all kinds suited to the market. 1 am a plain
looking, honest talking and fair dealing m in, mean
jiistw.t.i. I say dojtiät as I agree and shall suc
ceed in benefiting you if tou will let me. That
old and well kn u Tanner
S. S. STALEY,
Will tum your hidinto leather at the shortest
notice and in the best manner, and having a Home
Market, we can pay mure than thoc who uy to
ship. Call on
2tf A. C. STALEY.
MR AT iMA'lKiI
C1I1 ARLES SI'OEM iKER A'C.k. u Li- alliiiöi he irt of i thi k'vttl-d and last irr.win
. nute w. r, i few d.-.-.irs we-t o P.J..,,. r f; ,i:ntrv. I will s. U 4 80 and I GO ,cie i.ieees. or
Sii'ie.kcep i good n x of FIIESH Mfi TS
f-r their oM eu-ifoncr. a 1 1 is mmy new on"s a
may find it to th or interest to call on them.
0"T iev will iy t!i highest market pricey in
a-h. for Fat Cattle, Sheep, Hog and Fowls. ,
0"Mtrket every morning except Sunday:
Dissolution Of Partnership.
riit . u i f . . ,
iilh co partnership hrr-tolore existing be-
i tweei, Milton llisseli, John C. CiiMitnnii nnd
Franci M. Tyner, under the firm name of Bisell,
Cushmaii fi Tjner, i ihis day dissolved ly mi tu al
CtoiseiU. Millon Bis-1' havnr piicb:sel the
......v i .in- uumt nivhimi vi iiic linn
is alot authorized to fettle 11 business of said
co-partnxa-hip. Millkr Bissel
Jmt r fn uui
Fbaxcis M. Trxcju
Tyner Citv, Oct. 8, 1 859.
I New Arrival of ELEPHANTS
And witlw then , one of the
Stocks of Goods
Ever brought to this nurkct.
These Goods have been selected with especial
reference to the wants of this community, and can
be solo for les money th in tue same onality ol ,
woods, were ever before ollen d in this market.
Our Stoek consists of all kinds of
Glass & Queenswao ,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Hats,
Cms, Boots it Shoes,
Stationery etc. etc..
111 f ... ! I. . P. iiil iimII Qoll
iUlUl Willi II UU V.UI1 HU" Hl -li
At. prices that must astonish customers.
27 O OÜ. "TUL C Ö
Of all kinds wanted, for which we are pay 1115 the
current m irket prices.
N. B. We never refuse cash for any of our
Goods, and know that we can nvkeit to the intei
est ol purchasers 10 call on us before buying else
where. V1NNEDGK Ä: IJIiOWN
ctG-5tf. No. I, Coibin'd HiocK
Just Co sii 111 diced
P L Y M ü Ü T 1
t, ! L 12 1 ii Wl
i 4 V
Where has been received and is now on Exhibition
STOCK Of goods!
Ever s -en in any establishment in Plymou th
Their slack coa-istsin p.rt of
FAUL & WINTER.
R-"3I C J I
FOR MEN" AND BOYS
CASS 1 MERE:?,
TaiIoriisjr; Triiiin, &c.
U ml reih I 'V ClltlcVU PorhnOnnlr
u u" ' ""c.7 Vl ."luiuin ,
And m mv other articles too tiumcrnn to mention.
D"We direct particular attention to our
Tai lor in; Dcpartziipnt,
Which i- under e.Ticient Miperintendence. A I
kiiid- of Custom Work and Cuit:ri" done N.it
Prompt and Ch jap. in the Latc-u Style and by the
best of workm n.
A we have the advantage of a SEWING MA
CHINE, we can. therefore, afford to muiufacturc
garments at lest one third less than customary
U'To o:ir numerous friend and customer we
tender our thank, for pa,t favors and hope to merit
a continuance thereof bv a coiusc of lair and liberal
DAVIDSON & Co.
No. 2 Pershing B'ock.
CASH! CASrJU CASH!!!
8500, S2000. S000!
Every man in Mirhall County and aurroY.Ln'hug
country has now a real clnoa tv for mi king the abo ve
sum at any time, by c tiling on m t and securing
the followingtra-t or j ai-celrfof choice and extra
lands in the county of M tries, State of .Missouri.
I have over 2) O acre in lot of 4 , 8), and Id
acres, tcveii mile fro .Vienni, the county '.eit,
ai d ci-ht to twelve miles from the railroad" and 2
miles from Gascon ide River. Also 321 acre? of
choice land in Ciawford County, 12 miles from
railroad. Also :2) acre. in Waym County two
miles ."romni'r ad. All of thev lands or parcel
nl' land: are of the r rv best ,tnlity. They ire
l-o 'l ai.ate. or f !!' t iillin :ui t tin 1 ? t h :in
more, i:d -my person can go and see the lan 1 and
if they don't prove a represented t ien no sale.
I will trade lor imroved lanes abo'.t here or for
csh, on good terms now is your time without de
lay. Call on the Agent CHAS. WHITMORE,
At his Ware House at the Depot.
N R I am also Agent for the Charter Oak
L:fe '"-"ranee Coramny, ot Hartford Ct. For
moim iii.iuwji au on me iiuu iivi a nanu i net.
i " i -
DE. T. A. B 3RT02T,
Physician and Surscon.
r y nt'tTt c. .tn .
R ,ric? X,1?."'" ?'ore, ,n Dr. A. 0
Borton's Dental Roo,n,I, chin street, ea.t ,, de
corner of Gano, where he may be consulted dur.
r . I 1 ..... T 1 1 . . , A.t
inj; uiiice uours. Lncuiii iwn iiuurj nyrui 01 ine-
I Court House, Center st. west side Plymouth) Ind
Having opened out one of the
U1SIST IIB 1I5TSTBSG!!
OF FALL AND ITOTsa R
) M A i
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Good?,
! &c, ic.that I ever had the pleasure to offer the
! put!ie. A call is solicited from my friends and
all those that wish to purchase with O Fill! Con
fidence of showing such goods as will please
them XT at prices
Attention is also invited t3 my LARGE VARI
Test in srs,
1 And for the nccomodatiop of those who cani.ot
be pleased with read y-m ido work, I keep a
! to cut and make to order Those who will favor
us bv leavin-' their measures, c.n rely on a full
u fa cturin shop 'ih the west. Please call before
pur h is; 11 elsewhere.
y tbrootis more:
Anroun es to the citizens of Plymouth, Marshall
County, and the rest of mankind," that he is now
open'n.' a vorv lare ..nl spltiulid stoek of Goods
ntTouiib-'s o!- st;inl, mi the corner of Michigan
aivl G irro sf reei, which will be sold clvaper than
11 s'milar sto-k w h ever before effered in the Vct
n c 'intiV,to m ike way form re.
Mv ?tock consi.-ts iii part of Ladies and Gen
acts asid Shoes!!
HATS & CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING,
I want. r,000ll)s Butter, 10,000
loz. Iilts 20,000 IIh. Uas, Flax
Seed, Tall.iw, Iv "Hides, IJees
j wax, Onions Potatoes, etc., ttc.
A lihend share of the patron
age of the citizens of this county is
resi ectfu 1 1 v solicited.
Announces to the ladies of Pi) mouth and vicinity
that she is prepared to cut, fit! und m ike Dresses
and Cioaks of the latent and most approved styles.
All other kinds of seamniL' done neatly and with
dispatch. Charges moderate. All the latest
styles received inöiithlv. Mis C- can be found at
the re.-ideiice of Mr. f ichard Williamson, on
Michigan street, opposite P
frb:ng .Mux ini:
1 .!.... j. 1 . 1 1 !
Vt'iailXt l() DUlltUIILT tlUll le i.tn illU
. c" i ii a.1
certain bule walks therein men-
Pelt rd n...l bv tbi Present .n.". Trr.w of
' the corporate town of Plymouth, that the side
J s fi
walk on the north sideofGairo st.vct, between
Michigan strict and Water street, be straightened
and properly repaired; and that the owners ot lots
I iiiiiiiiM i ni mm , iiuu une nuiiuiivi aim uii-.-i., uc
reiju'rcd to straighten and properly repair said
walk within tnirty days from the time of publica
tion ol'this ordin ance;
Al o that the owners of lot on the north
side of. and fronting upon Pa vlor st eet in VAVster-
i i .1 I i I i I
vtdt addition to the Town of PIrmouth, be and
they are hereby required within thirty days, to raise
to within six niche othigo water mr.c, and builo
or repair the side walk on the nonh side of said
front of each h t between Water street in the town
i:ivior ni'iT. m i K in ' im 3:itne a ii'ct ri,(i mi
f Plymouth and Yell-v River.
sinn oc 11 lunicr uraainca. iiiiiicw.tiKS ufti
, laid an 1 properly repaired aa fe llows, to-nit
I On tlu I'.isl. i ini of lot nn. M I . four tVit wiile.
. On the fit phi I nf the north h ill nf lot A biet. !
On the 'west end of lot no. 02, 53. 11 and 47. four
On the west end of the north half of lot no. 56, four
) feet wide.
On the west end of the west 23 feet of lot no 43,
lour leet wide
On the east side of lots nos. C7 and 70, foci feet
On the east side of the south hall of lot no. 71, four
On t"e east end of the south half of lotno. 35, four
Ontht- oasl end of the north half of lot no. 3C, four
irciwiur. . . .
,. of nut lot no. n( . four feet wiile.
easi sine - . -"
ab ove high Mter r111'' .
On the north end ol lots r,J ilJ 163, ut leet wide,
with li ti!ii"ir.
On the 8o;ith sidjof the eat halt .f lt no. 43, six
fe. t wide. wit:i three stringers.
On the south i-ideof the west 25 feet ol lot 4:I
si lett wide, with 3 stringer.
r.. . i. r.i. i. ,arri..i n . - f
vii i ue casicuaui me noun nan ot tut ivj. o, icji
feet wide, w'lh 3 stringers. !
On the east end ol lots no. -it and ten Tcct wide,
with 3 sti ingers
On the east end of lot no 2D, four feet wide.
Cu the east en l of lot 177, four feet wide.
Also on the c ist end f lots 1, 2 and 3, in Wheeler's
addition to the town of PL mouth, fourfet wide
and above high water mark.
And the seveial owners cf the aforeuaiJ lots are
respectively hereby reipdre.1 tocomplclc the same
as above specified, within thirty dais fioia the pub
heation of this ordn ance.
And be it further Ordained. Tint the Mirshal
;eed to lav dünn a I'Oid crosswalk act33w iter I
street on thenortn siue oi uarro street; una it is
hereby made the duty of the Street Commissioner
to see side walk, and c?o s walk above described
are properly constructed according to the provisions
of his, and of other ordinance now in f tree.
J BN KLING ER, Pres't.
Attost: J G 03Bon.NE,Crfc ro. ten
nov 3. 1653 12M.
. a . a i j jr-a l .
T) Y virup of an execution to me directed from
j the Clerk of the Marshall Common Plea i
Court, I will offer for sale as the law directs, at the 1 rpTTr n rirra iTvronnC KTC rr I7
court house door in the town of Piymouth, county j llib Löv üfiijJ& WsJ2mt&
of Marshall, and State of Indiana, on Saturday j Tr . .. , . T11
the .Id day of December, 1859, between the hours Was CS-tabllSned 111 1 lymOUtll 111
of 17 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m of saidtie vear 18Ö7, as an Experiment.
day, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding ' '
seven j'cars, of the following described real estate -
in sa'd county of Marshall, and State of Indiana,
The north half of lot number four in McFarlan's
addition to the town of Plymouth, Marshall County,
Ind. Levied upon a the property of John Deheo
van to satisfy a judgment z favor of A C Staley.
If such rents and profits will not sell for a suffi
cient sum to satisfy said juclmcn , interest, costs
and accruing costs, I will at the same time and place
offer for sale the fee pimple in and for said real
estate, or so much thereof as may be necessary to
satisfy said demands.
oct27'-tr.$2 5'J 0 M BARNARD, Sheriff
A Beovolnnt Instil uti n es.t.ililislietl by
spvciil Etidowmont, for the relief of
the Si:k and Distressed, nfllu:ted
with Virulent nnd Epidemic
fl 1IIE HOWARD ASSOCIATION, in view of
I the awaful destruction of human life caused
by Sexual diseases, several years apo directed their
Conedtinj; Suureon to open a Dispensary for the
treatment of this clas t diseases. 5n nil their forms,
anlto-ive MEDICAD ADVICE GRATIS to nil
who apply by letter, with a description of their con
dition (ape,"occupation, habits of life. &c.).and.in
case of extreme poverty, to FURNISH MEDI
CINES FREE OF CHARGE.
The Directors of the Association, in their late
Annual Report express the highest satisfaction with
the success which has attended the labors of their
Surgeons in ti e eure of Srermatorrho?,a Seminal
Weakness, Gt ii'it rhona, Glec, Syphilis, the vice of
Onanism or S df Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys
and Bladder, ice, and order a continuance ot the
s une pi in for tho ensuintr year.
An admirable Report on Spermatorrhoea, Seminal
Weakness, the vice of On aii'sm. Masturbation or
Self Abue, and other diseases of the Sexua1 or
gans, bv tho Consulting Sunreon. will be s'nt bv
mail (in a sealed envelope, 1 Fli EE OF CHARG E,
on receptof TWO S TAMPS lor poitajre.
Address, for Rep-rt or treatment. J. SK1LLIN
IIOUGIITOX, Aclinj Surgeon, Howard Associa
tion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, PInladelphi, Pa-
To the Tax Payers of Marshall
THE followins: taxes hive been levied for the
tear 189, and will be payable between the loth
ilav of October, 1850, and the 3d Manday of Mirck,
State tax on each $IT), 21 cents, and .r0 cents on
each Poll, School tax on each ft U'), 10 cents, and
on each f')ets, on each Pod; Sinking r und tax
on each 1M. yets County tax on each slut', tocts,
and Sets on each Poll
The several townships hire levied the Tdlowia
taxes for each Äl'M valu ition of property:
UN ION Township For township pnrpnses Tcts
1'I0; special se'vo-u loots an each I'.U dollars,
and Oöefson each Poll.
CENTER Townhip. For township purposes octs
on each 1 Jo dodars ; special cliooi octs on each
100 dollars; special toad 5cts on each 100 dollars
and 1 I 4 cts per acre ot land
GilEE.V Township. For township purposes
"cts on each 1 OM dobars ami -octsoneach poll, spe
cial school lOcts on each 1) dollars 25cts on each
poll special road I l-2ctc per acre land.
BOURBON Townslrp. For township pour
pos.es Tcts on each l'l loilars;pecial scliool lflcts
on each ID'I dollars 2öcts on each poll; special road
1 .i-4cfson each acre Ian 1.
Tl PPECA NOE Township For township pUr-
r . 1. i M ? .1 ? t i . .
postfscts on eacn ioo uonarsspcci u scnooi ü'cts
on 'ach ir0 dollars ami 25cts on c-aeli poll; special
rwad i lets p r acre land.
GERMAN Township. For town -hip purposes
Jctsoa each 10 d d irs; special school 10cton the
hundred dollars; special road Hictson the hundred
dollars, ami 1 3 -lets per acre land.
NORTH Township. For township purposes
Tctson the hundred dollars; special school 1 Sets
on the hundred dollars, and SOcts per dolls; special
ro id 1 3-l-ts pT acre 1 ami.
POLK Township. Fo township purposes 5cts.
on the nun lrel Uojlars; special school liietson the
hundred dollars; special road 1 .1-4 per acre land.
W EST Township For township purposes 4ets
on the hundred dollars: special school lflcts on the
hundred dollars and 5rcts per poll, special road 1
3-4ctsper nere of land.
WALNUT Township For township purposes
"lets on the hundred lollars and 25?s on each poll;
special school lOcts on the hundred dollars and
Sect? per poll: pccialrod 1 I-2-tsper acre of land.
Land and Town lots delinquent for taxes of J?"8,
or former year, will he sold on the firt Monday
of January, 16G0, ifnot previously paid.
I will attend in person or by deputy at the uual
plaec3 of holding eletions sn each townsliip for
the pnrji ose f rcel In:; taxe3 at the times herein
Tippecanoe tnwno'iin . Friilar.
November 4, lSöj.
Uicjit town, i n. Mnnd-ir
r , , t, ;
"' " nn-ii!p. ini?n-iy
aliiut lownship. edueilay
Gernun town.hip Thursday
North township, Friilay
Wf.n townIiin. Saturday
V , ? 'rP nT .u
i And at my o.Hce m Plymouth
thereafter where I
may be found at all times according to law
N.H. OGLESHEE, T.M. C
. ' ul
Pitfelsirgli. Fort Wnvnc SrChieno
COMPLETED, AND CARS
J L 1 l'im Cluc.iro to Pittsburgh without cliange,
I count ct:ng with t'ie
Great Pßnn;'r,-'""iT. Hanfral Poilr-i
- - - a w wvavm a.tov A A UUtA
j J X York, ' 1 2ad
ai a, II iltimore and Wsh-
j .vf fin t t interior towns ol I'ennsyl
w . o...
Merchants bv taking this route will have the
1 benefit of all the eastern m u ket at no addition
al cost, ßagirasre checked through
I Trains leave the depot in Plymouth as follows,
! G;nHea5t' East Line", 11,20, a m Miil H?53, a
m bxprc's. 1,52. n m. Goirg west, East Line
3,21 p m. Mil, 1..16. p m. Express 5,03 a in.
Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland and
Lake Shore Railroad to Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, New York and B ston. and all the inferior
i towns of Now Englan I via New rork Central and
and New Y ik md Eric Railroad.. Also South
to Columbu. Zinesville, New Ark. Mo-mt fer
non.Stubenville, Wheeling, and interior towns of
Ohio and Virginia.
The rbovc tr im connect at Forrest with trains
on Mad River Road to Springfield, Urbana, Day
ton, nnd Cincinnati. Also with trains at Lima lor
. ".ihuii aim inciuu in u reel
FARE AS LOW AS, ANYOTHER ROUTE.
Passengers bound east will find this route both
pleasant and ngroeahlc, passing through n.anv ol
Se largest nnd finest cities in the United States
j heeping cars accompanying each train.
rjlD CCNUMPTIVES. The
having been restored to healt' in a few weeks,
simnle remedy, alter hirinir MiflWed
sereral voir !' a severe Lung Affrrtinn, and that
j dread diean.c, Conüm?tiou is anxious to make
I known to hi fellow-siiftV'-ers the means of cure.
To all who desire it he will nd a coD of the
prescriptio.i used (fretfif chargr). with direci!us
for preparing and iismg the am. wftirh thv will
find a sure cure fir Consnmollon, Asthma, JironcMt-
ia. t-T. 11 if milv .'met. tC llm ni vort uap iii atn, ! -
. infrtjie prescription is to benefit the nffi'cteJ, and
; ho hopes every sufferer will try his remedv. as it
i;iinrtit iimm n.nhmr .n.i m
p.,rtie irUhinr th nrr-rinrlon wül n!ert rt,lroa
rpv RDWARD A WIT SON
No. "lb r IRT CTHF.ET.
Williamsburgh, Kings CoV, N. Y
I will pay one cent per pound fr
ered at m'r F oui 1 y in South Plyu
old Iron, dclir-
fcblO'. II tf
F II HALL
The Small Pofit and
SYSTEM WAS ADOPTED
The proprietors find after an experience of lit
tle more than two years, that their plan baa more
than met their most sanguine expectations. Thev
have been able to build up an extensive trade
while all others h ive been compelled to pivc up
the long credit system and follow in the wake.
We now propose to make a still greater
Reduction in Prices,
Confident that our endeavors to
JT THE LOWEST PRICES,
Will he appreciated
By the People of Marshall Comity
We have just received from Boston and New
York our btock of
Fall and Winter Goods.
Comprising a great variety of
n rt r c
M M JU O
Crockery, Glass-Ware, Ciillery,
Hoots and Shoes,
Hats & Caps, Bonucts,
rllli tti ory G-oods,
Glothin?, Notions, &c.
We have not space to enumerate articles Er
cry department is complete in itself
We submit the following list of prices on a few
article?. All other Goods will be sold equally low:
Ginghams . .
Denims, . . .
Stripe. and Checks,. . . .
II its and Cap. (wool). .
Women's Heavy Shoes
do G titers
. ... 2.c(3?i3 each
.. 37 i-.;c $2 50 do
, .7"c(?51 50 do
.25c(3 75 do
Common Teas 25c p sett
Sugar, (a prime article) ejp II
Mo' asses,. . . 4 .V'eV gal.
Colfce 12J'Xct 'lb
Tea 5 o
Smoking Tobacco l"c lb
Sione ware, a large lot, I 'l?
W mi.ht continue the list, but think the above
sudicient. You can find every article you want at
the Low Price Store.
We take great pleasure in showing our goods.
and invite all to compare our styles and prices with
We take in exchange, at the highest market pri
and never refuse Gold, Silver, or good currency,
to oblige our customets.
Please give us a call, at the sign
Low Price Store!
On the corner south of the Ed
RICE ct SMITH.
sept 22 Ctf.
involution of Partairrsliiz.
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
heretofore existing between David Vinned anil
Adam Vim edge, under the firm nam- of Vinnedgc
& Brother, Plymouth Indiana, is this day dis.-o'ved
bv mutual consent.
Tne debts due to and thoe owing by said firm.
;ili... .-i.filn I ki- i v:.,.i. ...I ii
7 ; ..u, ,....- . persons
indebted t.T said firm are requested to mike, mmc-
The business will be coi tinued under the firm
name ol Vinnedge Si Brown.
sept IS Ctf D V BROWN
Clover Seed, Lard, Sail, Bran,
iiilM llvlt u fli kß ftllFKIt,
Constantly on hand slid for sale at Wholesale or
Retail ht THAYERS" WARE-HOUSE.
We will pay the High-st Maiket Price in CASH
for Wheat and ot ier kind of Produce, delivered
at our Ware-House inPivmouth or Bourbon.
sept22 Ctf. IL G. THAYER & Co.
GUARDIAN iS SALE.
NqjICE is hereby given that in pursuance of
an order of the Marshall Common Pleas Court,
made at its September term, lfc59, 1 will offer foi
sale on and after the 27th day of October. 1859.
at private sale the following described real estate.
ocicnging to wuiiam Kuk a minor. To wit:
commencing at the rorth West eornerof the North i
half ofthe North East fraction Eastof the Michi-
ai . ' l.
L , 5?J:.1,
Ln j? 4i)
gan ltoao, section eigiu, ol Michigan Ko ad lands
hall County Indiana, running thence East
rod, thence South twemr eicht (2$)
i .i ttr n in '
rous.'ncnce esir onv (4u; rod... to the Michigan
Road, thence North along said road twenty ebdit
(2t) rodsto the place of beginning, containg seven
acres more or !e.
Term ol Sale Thirty dollars cash in hand at
the time of sale. One hundred dolors on the 1st
day of March ISM and the remainder on the 1st
day of MariJ lcCi ; ami not. to soil for les than
the appraised value, notes for deferred navmrnfa
weil secured, waiving valuation nnd appra'ment
laws. n.J.. vyiJ.Wil. JliU , uuaruiau.
: 0ct' 6 Q & 0J-
i Cash For Wheat.
JWill pay the highest Plyni'iuth 3Iirket price
in-'cash. for Whpat delivered to me at Rom hon.
lang I a f. SAW HOfWHTON.
ILivc & ILct Live.1
3 000 ACRES of GOOD LAND
' . -r- rr
For Sale on ü-asy lerra.
cou' try. .
FOR SALE, at LESS than cttrrem raicp, in
ti t lA t T mm
on time: nw qrsec o, pc iw m vuivi .w
cor.) and s h of sw q of ec 2?, towu 32 n, of mo
1 w 230 acres, 30 acre imprcteti at rtortb
Bend, Stark county.
The n b of nw fen vr m r, sec 6 .Vicmgan koiq
and 122 57-103 acres ca mprovtd-ni iiMie
north of Plymouthfine, heavy timbered Ud,
with water. . ,
Tlie pc o and e h of sw q or sec i, an in n
q of see 3C, town 25 n, of range oa e Polk to n
phio 409 acres heavy timbered, good water-
near Tyner City tobe sold laquanauu to sun
Tlie h h of ne q of ec 29, town 3S n, of rangf
2 c, 80 acres, four miles south of Plymouth fif
teen acres improved food Und. timber na wäre
Tlie seq sec 8, town 32 n, of ran?e2 e, 10
acrcs Green township eight mile? from Plym
outh near sore, mills, and in & good neighbor
hood gool timber, fine grass marsh, and living,
Toe e h of sw q of sec 2., town 34 n, of range
2 e.aad sw q of svr q of 30, town 34 nr 125 crcr
- . . i-hi i mm
rourmiieinortn-c;isioi nyraoutn gooo rain se
and saw-mill thirty acres" Improved buildiag
to be cold very cheap.
The s h of nw q of sec H, town J2 n. of ringt
3 e close by Tippecanoe Town oed laud a4
good timber unimproTc to be bad oa- ttiy
Lot No. 6 in Wheeler addition to the tow
Plymouth fine dwelling and good out houses.
North of Lot No. 37 in PfymiHitli, now knowf
"Baldwin House a desirable location.
Lot No. 9 1 in Plymouth good duelling houM
Part of Lots 73 and 74, Plymouth dwellmj
34x41 feet f"r sale or rent.
Lot No 40, PlymoutlH-gocd dwelling nnd two
torv business house, on one of thebcst corner im
town to he had at a bargain.
PercoiH desirous of purchasing in thij Ticialty
willdo well to give us a call.
REEVE 4 CAPROS.
December 9th 2tf Plymouth, Ind"
Paints, Oils and Varnish.
PERSHING & CO.
HAVE just reccircd from Phnadeljdua and
Cincinnati, the largest Stock of Faiit, Oils
nnd Varnishes ever brought into this aiarket, f
sitting in part of
Wliiie Lad. Dry nnd in Oi),
Snow White Zinc Dry and in Oil
Mixd Paints of all colors ready for n.
Coach Varnish, Furniture Varnish, Japaa and Ziae
Dryer, Turpentine ; Paint.Van.ish and Sash B'uMi
cs.'a very lanre assortment. Linseed Oil boiled
and raw. Ail of which will be sold very low ftr
The proprietors of the
(formerly Fuller's) in Plymouth, having put them
in complete onler, arc now manufacturing FLOUR
of supr rior quality for family t?e. and intend keep
ing a supply contant'y on hand for the accommo
dation of the citizens of the place, which they will
Deliver Free of Charge,
to their customers anywhere in the village, aul
warrant it coial to the best manufactured eist-
where, orothvruisc will take it back and refund
Com Meal, Bran and Short will aIo be delir
ered without charge.
CUSTOM WORK done on short aotiee.
Cali for Wheat, Corn and Oata
The highest maiket price, in cash, will be paid
at all times for good, Found Wheat, Cori, r.d Oati.
Orders for Flour mat bo left t Pershing's tore.
RICHMOND &. WIL3UR.
Plymouth, August 2C 40tf
, Sheriff's. EaJe.
By virtu of n execution ftnd orderof raV f
me directed from the Clerk of tin Marshall Cir-
i-iii' p.oni-f T nn',iFr,..c.il.i.9ii..i.. ,;- .
V"- " -3 w uurcia i
the court house door, in Plymouth Marshall Co lt,d
on Thursday. Derembe'r M ltV! t.i
the hours of It) o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m, of
said day, the rents and profits br a term not exceed
ing sev n years, of the following described real ei
tatein Marshall County Indiana, to-a it:
The north west o,uartcrofecliot harte , and
the east half of tie north cat quarter in eectiou
fourteen, town thirty-four. north of rwnpe tuo cast.
Taken us the property of Edwin A. Wale toaat
isfyan execution, in favcr of Alexander II. New
bould. If such rents and profits wiil not ell for a nm
sufficient to satisfy said judgment, interest, costs
and accruing cost., I will at the same time and place
oifer for sale the fee simple in and for said real
estate, or so much thereof as may be cecetfary to
satisfy said demands. ' -: "
oct S7-t?$2 5'J O. M. BARNARD. Sh'ff.
1?. 8. V .f. F.
Have enlarged their business, and
gaged competent workmen to do all
?dal ing and repairing; Tliey continue to make
And do all kinds of repairing, smithing and wood
work. TIT n ntf ryvi -i Vi A tr- ry-
Thf y have employed iMr. W. KELLY to Uke
charge of this department, where all work in th
line will be doLe to order, with prcmptnetf, and
in good style.
July 21 241y
STATE OF INDIANA.
MARSHALL COUNTY, SS:
In th Marshall Com. Picas Court, Si
f emler Term, 1850.
"J OTICE i hereby giron that at the f?eptemr
Ll Term, If 5J, of the Marshall Common r.ea
Court, an account current for final ettlettKUt will
be presented in tho of ute of Michael F"der, )
ceased. " Attest: N R PACKARD, Cllt.
sept l-4t3. Tr. W M dU,ctv
OERSOXS wanting to buy or sell Land, wi.l d
I well to call on the undersigned, who can jar
facilities for purchase or sale ctjual to any m tL
i w 0
I 3 s" G C2