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THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT.
Zsoral and .Tttsrellaneoug.
Our Own Affairs. .
Mr. J. S. Scott. General Collecting
Ageitf. is authorized to receire Subscrip
tion. Advertisements, dec, for us, and
to give receipts tor mouey due this Of
fice. We cheei fully recommend Mr. Scott
S3 a prompt.. reliable, and courteous en
tleman. A. C. THOMPSON.
Editor & Proprietor,
Sons of JInlta.
We understand that there i to be organ
iied in this place to night a Lodge of the
K.n.f Malta. As h invariably the case.
I we believe they will undoubtedly have
' "goid lin.e." We are n-A "posted" a to
the i-M'iv.ovj ceremonies of the Myatic
1 Or,!f.r " 1. it nre convinced from what we
y w - . ,
c;n gather, and from the interest the mem
-hers take ia it, that lie le is to say the least
of it fun in it, sure.
Ox account of the great hurry in which
this issue is gotten out, we have not had
tima to prepare as we would have liked to,
the original m.V.er tor this issue. We
hope not to be htrried so next week.
We enclose to manr of our democratic
friend throughout the county, our pros
pectus hoping they will improve every
opportunity to obtain for us, responsible
subscribers, and send their names in at an
early day. We expect their he.tr' y co
operation i i our undertaking. Remember
that a most important compnign is now
oDenin?. and that we hare a national vic-
tory to fiht for, or lose.
We will be under great obligations to
any of our subscribers, if they will bring
us immediately some good, straight, seas
oned wood, as we have none on hand.
One Cord of fuch wood will pay for one
year's subrcription to the Plymouth
The luguiv 6iaves are
disturbances in Canada. Their children
have hitherto been kept separate in the
schools; but their parents now claim equal
privileges with the whites. The negroes
hare destroyel much school property.
The disturbances had not been quelled at
the latest accounts.
Two-story rril-way cars are now in suc
cessful operation id France.
Dennis MoCarty a clerk in the Chicago
Tost Office, has been arrested for robbing
Gas. Cass has in" to the Board of
Education, in Detroit, a lot of land valued
at $15,000. for a union school house.
The trials of Stephens and Ilazlett, two
of the alleged Harper's Ferry conspirators,
will commence on the first of February
Root, Bennett & Co.'s Foundry, v.is
burned at Indianapolis, iast Friday niht.
Loss $3.000 insured.
The Harper's Ferry outrage has
the Stare o Virii?.i $100.000.
Hos. Charles J. FV-iIV :?r, of Vi
been appointed Minister to Fiaice, in
place vi Hon. John Y. Muu, Jrce;wed.
Ths whole number cf f iiii'e slaves
now in Canada, is estimated at 24,000.
Many of them are Buffering terribly from
coM and starvation. The who.'a free ne
gro population at the North is estimated
The War Department reports 207 revo
lutionary soldiets nuw on the Pension
A large number cf msil contractors
have informed the Post Offce Department
that they will break off tht lines if no ap
propriation is made by the first of March.
It has been sd intentely cold in the
South of France, recentlr, that a sentinel
was found frozen to death iu his sentry
box. Tiie Boston Journal tates that after a
thorough and complete invesliz&'.ion of
the la e Lnwrenc tragedy, it has been
found that the whole number killed is 88
eleren persons yet raisiing.
Mr, John E. Fry, Republican Senator
of the Massachusetts Legislature, has, at
the earnest request of lis onstituents. re
ligned his seat in the Senate, having been
charged with fortjerr.
Emiguatio.v to Pikt' Peak has already
commenced. The S:. Joseph Gazette of
the 19th inst., states that 123 gold seekers
anived there on that day from Ohio.
IT At the hour of goiij to press the snow is
fibing rapid!, being aUead soma six or eight
inches on a level, with a prospect of a verj
deep show. Our galkat young gentlemen arc
aire "engaging partners" for tha "good tune
coraing," and with
"Bells on their horses,
Aud Dzciu in the sleighs,"
are looking forward to a gaj time, generali.
A Railroad collision occurred on the
Hudson River ftulroad on the 19Ji inst.
Mrs. T. W. Fiald was killed, and ten or
tvelr passengers more or less injured
Benj. Ben U & John Gardner
HAVING formed partnership for the purpose of
ca'ryuS OQ te
Wagon & Bfacksmilhing Business,
And hiring purchased the stand formerly occupied
by E. S. & A. P. EMiot, in South Plymouth, Ind.,
respectfully inform the public that they are now in
Prepared to receive orders and txecute all work in
their line in the best and most substantial manner,
on short notice o'l reasonable terms. As they will
cive their ncrsoiul attention to the business, they
hope to deserve and receive a liberal share of the
patronage of th citizens of Marshall county.
Bugdcs, Carriages and AVagous,
Of all kind md qualities kept constantly on hand
and for sale or made to order. .
UTRepairiag of all kuids promptly attended to.
TTParticßlar attention will be paid to Shoeing
HOUSES ami OX EX.
nor 17,1339. Mtf.
No. 10, WALL Sr., NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL $200,000
IiORILL ARD Fire Ins. Co
No. 31, WALL St., NEW YORK.
CASH CAPITAL, $200,000
MANHATTAN FIRE INS. COMP.
No. GS. WALL St., NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, $250,000 SURPLUS, $150,000
The above companies are well established and
favorably known as FIRST CLASS Insurance
Companies, and will promptlv adjust all losses.
ETFor Insurance on buildings. Furniture, or
Merchandize, apply to
J. U.USlJOK.NrJ, Agnt,
nor 3-l2yl. Plymouth, Ind
By State Authority.
INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL.
Fire Insurance llxctusively.
CASH CAPITAL, $400,000 OO.
?. L. LOOMIS, President.
II. KELLOGG, Secretary.
Agents in the principal cities & towns i.i the Union.
I7"Losses promptly paid. Applications receir
ed, and Policies isjucd and renewed b
C.H. REEVE, Agent.
Plymouth, Aug. 11, lm3.
DR. A. 0. BOSTON,
TTThole or partial sets of Teeth inserted on
V V the most aporoved plans. Special atten
tion paid to the preservation of the natural teeth,
nd irregularity of Children's teeth corrected.
Fan;: and diücu t teeth extracted with or without
Chloroform. Can b consulted at his office at any
time except on Mondays and Tuesdays.
Office in Pershing'sblock, upstairs, corner Mich
igan and Garrc streets. H41yl
A GOOD Assortment
Cutlery, Toy, an 1 Notions, at
No. 3, Pershing Block.
ONE PRIOR ONLY!
CROC KERY-W AR rl
Clotliinir. and Yankee Notions.
Laporte Street, Plymouth, Ind.
UTAH these indebted are rconested to call and
settle up. sug le iyl.
John II. GoddarJ,has for sale at his farm 3 miles
south west of Fly mouth, in any quantities by the
barrel, gallon, or otherwise, Sorghum Molasses. It
is also kept for sale at retail at Chas. Palmer's
Oct 27-1 1 tf.
FresH Arrival !
WE HAVE just received, and arc offering
for sale cheaper than any other establish-
Bicn. in Plymouth, a large assortment of
Boots V Shoes
swnsr wir Don't fail to call before r u
ourtrsfr sand examine our stock
KD WARDS t VAN VAL KENBL'RGI'
KEEPS constantly oa hand Clocks, Watches,
BREAST PINS, EAR RINGS, FINGER
RINGS, LOCKETS, c, Ac.
ETClocks.Vv atches, kc, repaired in the best
anner possible. sept 29 59 7-tf.
The notc3 and accounts due McDonald k Bro. fo
subscription, advertising, and Job work are in the
handsof T. McDonald.oi erPiercesClothincStore
We are suffering for the amounts due us, and we
hope all knowing themselves indebted to us will
come forward at once and pay up.
Mcdonald t ero.
sept. 22 Gtf.
By order of the Cass County Court of Common
Pleas, I am authorized to sell at private sale, in
lotsinthe Townof Plvmouth. No. 104,119,122,
1 G7, 1 70, 1 7 1 , 1 80, 1 81. 1 82, 222. 223, 226, 229. 230.
231,232.233. Also out lots, No. 40,47,48.49,
52, 53, 54, 56, 57. Terms: One-fourth down, one-
fourth in one, two and three years, with interest
rromdate. WmSON. WRIGHT,
nor 10 13tf. . Guardian
The undersigned has taken out letters of Ad
ministration on the estate of Wilhelm Hahn,
late of Mirohall county, Indiana, deceased. Said
estate is svpposed to be insolvent.
ort- 12t3. PETER SC II LA RB, Adm'r.
A New Arrival of ELEPHANTS
And with thenr, one of the
Stochs of Goods
Ever brought to this market.
These Good hare been selected with especial
reference to the wants of this community, and can
be sold for less money th.in t ie same quality of
loodi were ever before oflem! in this market.
Our Stock consists of all kind of
Glass & Queensware,
Table and Pocket Cutlery, Hats,
Caps, Boots it Shoes,
Stationery etc. etc.,
All of which we Can and will Sell
At prices that rau3t astonish customers.
Of all kinds wanted, for which wc are paying the
current market prices.
N. B. Wc nerer refuse cash for any of our
Goods, and know that we can nvke it to the intei
est ol purchasers to can on us ueiore ouying eise
where. VINNEDGE i BROWN
oct6-Stf. No. 1, Corbiu's Bloc
Just Conmiciiced in
DAVIDSON & CO'S
V here has been received and is now on Exhibition
STOCK OP GOODS!
Ever seen in any establishment in Fly mouth
Their stock consists iu part ui
FALL & WINTER
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Tailoring Triiiimm:;, &c.
JmlreUa-9, Cutlery, Portmonnics,
And many other articles too numerous to mention.
E7VVe direct particular attention to oar
Which is under efficient FUDerintendenci. AI
inds of Custom Work and Cutting done Nat
Prompt and Cheap, in the Latest Style and bv the
best of workmen.
As we have the advantage of a SEWING MA-
CHINK, we can, therefore, afford to manufacture
garments at least one third lens than customary
0Too-ir numerous friends and customers we
tender our thanks for past favors and hone to merit
a continuance thereof by a course of fair and liberal
DAVIDSON & Co.
No. 2 Pershing Block.
The proprietors of the
viuiviu i unci Di luiiimuuiu, uttwijir puiinem
in complete order, are now manufacturing FLOUR
of superior quality for family use, and intend keep
ing a supply constantly 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, and
warrant it equal to the best manufactured else
where, orotherwise will take it back and refmnd
Corn Meal, Bran and Shorts will also be deliv
ered without charge.
CUSTOM WORK done on short Boticc.
Cash for Wheat, Corn and Oats
The highest market price, in cash, will be paid
at all times for good, sound Wheat, Corn and Oats.
Orders for Flour may be left at Pershing's store.
RICHMOND b. WlfoUR.
Plymouth, August 26 lOtf
Books & Stationrey.
BOOKS and STATIONERY,
WALL and WINDOW PAPER,
All ainusoi .Musical Instruments. Also Manu
factures Rlank Books, kc, kc.
oct 33-1 Oy 1. FORT WAYNE, IND.
lalic'g Fine Gaiters,
Only 59 ccn'f pTalrat
et 6. VINNEDGE & BROWN'S
Having opened out one of the
LAMEST AKD BEST STOCKS!!
OF FALL AND WINTER
Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes,
Gents' Furnishing Goods,
kc, JLc.that I erer had the pleasure to offer the
public. A call is solicited from my mends and
11 those that wish to purchase with D Full Con
fidence of showing such ' goods as will please
them XI at prices
Attention is also invited to my LARGE VARI
And for the accomodation of those who cani.ot
be pleased with realy-made work, I keep a
to cut and make to order. Those who will favor
ns by learing thV.r measures, can rely on a fash
ionable suit and as cheap as can be had in any man
ufacturing shop in the west. Please call before
Sept.2tMf II. PIERCE.
Anrounces to the citizens of Plymouth, Marshall
County, and the "rest of mankind," that he is now
opening a very larpe and splendid stock of Goods
at Couple's old stand, on the corner of Michigan
and Garro streets, which will be sold cheaper than
a similar stock v?as ever before offered in the West
n country, io make way for more.
My Stock consists in part of Ladies and Gen
IKoots and Shoes!!
HATS & CAPS,
READY MADE CLOTHING.
I want .r),0i)0ll)S, Butter, 10,000
loz. Eirirs, 20,000 lb?. Rags, Flax
Seed, Tallow, Dry Hides, Bees
wax, Onions, Potatoes, ivc., Are.
A liberal share of the patron-
air of the citizens of this county is
Announces to the ladies of Plymouth aud vicinity
that she U prewired to cut, fit, and make Dresses
and Cloaks of thu l.itestaud most approved styles.
All other kinds of sc;imiii done neatly and with
dispatch. Charges moderate. All the latest
styles received monuilr. .uiss u. can be round at
the residence of Mr. I tchard Williamson, on
Michigan street, opposite Terfhing & Co'. Drug
Store. Sept. 23-tf.
Relative to Imilding and renairinir
certain Side walks therein men
Be it ordained by the President and Trustees of
the corporate town of Plymouth, that the side
walk on the north side ofGarro st.-eet, between
Michigan street and Water ftreet, be straightened
and properly repaired; and that the owners of lots
numbered four, and one hundred and fifty-six, be
required to straighten and properly repair said
walk within thirty days from the time of publica
tion of this ordinance;
AUo that the owners of lots on the north
side of, and fronting upon Taylor st. cet in Wester-
vclt's addition to the Town of Plymouth, be aud
they are hereby required within thirty days, to raise
to within sit Inches of higc water mark, and build
or repair the side walk ou the north side of said
Taylor street, making the same 4 feet wide in
front of each lot between Water street in the town
of Plymouth and Yellow River.
And be it further Ordained, That side walks be
laid and properly repaired as follows to-wit:
On the east end of lot no. 31 four feet widei
On the east end of the north half of lot 32, 4 feet
On the west end of lots no. 52, 53, 7 and 47 j lour
On the west end of the north half of lot no. 56, four
On the west end of the west 25 feet of lot no 43,
lour leet wide.
On the cast side of lotj nos. C7 and 70, four feet
On the east side of the south halt of lot no. 71 , four
On tbeea3tend of the south half of lot no. 35, four
On the east end of the north half of lot no. 3G, four
On the east side of out lot no. 56, four feet wide.
above hign water mark.
On the north end of lots 162 and 163, six feet wide,
witn J stringers.
On the south side of the east kalf of lot no. 43, six
leet wide, with three stringers,
On the south side of the west 25 feet of lot no- 43,
six feet wide, with 3 stringers.
On the east end of the north lalf of lot no. 39, ten
feet wide, with J stringers
On the east end of lots no. 37 and 38, ten feet wide.
wim i stringers.
On the east end of lot no 29, four feet wide.
Cn the east end of lot 177, four feet wide.
Also on the cast end of lots 1, 2 and 3, in Wheeler's
addition to the town of Plymouth, four feet wide
and above high water mark.
And the several owners of the aforesaid lots are
respectively hereby required to complete the same
uauvic gpctiucu, nmuuiuitj uajsirom WC pUO
licationof this ordinance.
And be it further Ordained. That the Marsha
proceed to lay down a good crosswalk across water
street on the north ßide of Garro street; and it ia
hereby made the duty of the Street Commissioner
to see ßide walks, and eves walks above described
are properly constructed according to the provisions
- . 1 - - r . I i -
ui uisjiuiuui uiiitrr ordinances now in torce.
J BN KLINGER, Pres't.
Attost: J OOvtoaM.Crk pro. tern
r no3. 1859 li.
"1all at Vinntdre & Brown's ,or a good article o
y iiuuis ötiufc., cheap
CRASH, only G cts. per yd
Paints, Oils and Varnish.
PERSHING & CO.
Have just received from Philadelphia and
Cincinnati, the largest Stock of Paints, Oils
and Varnishes erer brought into this market, con-
sisting inpjrt of
White Lead, Dry and m Oil,
Snow White Zinc Dry and in Oil
Prussian Blue do da
Chrome Yellow, do do
Chrome Green. do do
Mixed Paints of all colors ready for usee
Coach Varnish, Furniture Varnish, Japan and Zin
Dryers, Turpentine ; Paint.Varnish and Sash Brush
es. a vcrv larce assortment. Linseed Oil boiled
and raw. All of which will be sold very low for
cash. ang 13-2tf.
A Benevolent Institution established by
special Endowment, for the relief of
the Sick and Distressed, afflicted
with Virulent and Epidemic
Tt WOO COB
nuiE Howard association, in view of
I the awaful destruction of human life caused
by Sexual diseases, several years agodirected their
Conculting Sugreon to open a Dispensary for the
treatment of this class ot diseases, in all their forms,
and to give MEDICAD ADVICE GRATIS to all
who apply by letter, with a description ot their con
dition (age, occupation, habits of lif, &c.),and,in
case of extreme poverty, to rUKMbtl ."ULOl-
CINES FREE Or CHARGE.
The Directors of the Association, in tht-ir late
Annual Report express the highest satisfaction with
the success which has attended the labors of their
Surgeons in the eure of Sperma torrhop.a Seminal
Weakness, Gonorrhoea, Gleet, Syphilis, the vice of
Onanism or Self Abuse, Diseases of the Kidneys
and Bladder, kc, and order a continuance of the
same plan for the ensuing year.
An admirable ueporion opermaiorrnoea.cseminai
Weakness, the vice of Onanism, Masturbation or
Self Abuse, and other diseases of the Sexual or
gans, by the Consulting Surgeon, will be sent bv
mail (in a sealed envelope FREE OF CHARGE,
on rcceptof TWO STAMPS for postage.
Address, for Report or treatment, J. SK1LLIN
HOUGHTON, Acting Surgeon, Howard Associa
tion, No. 2 South Ninth Street, Philadelphi, Pa-
Tu the Tax Pavers of Marshall
TIIF following taxes have been levied for the
year 1659, and will be payable between the 1 5th
d iv of October, 1859, and the 3d Monday of Marek,
State tax on each $100, 29 cents, and 50 cents on
l. 1.,11 Cl.Jil ... . no.,.1. 1 fill IO nnfS onrl
oi ach 50cts, on each Poll; Sinking Fund tax
on each 100, 2cts County tax on each J100. 35cts,
and octs on each Foil
The several townships hare levied the followia
taxes foreach $100 valuation ofpropcrty:
UNION Township For township purposes 5ct3
$100; special school I5cts an each 100 dollars,
and 25cts on each Poll.
CENTER Township. For township purposes 3cts
on each 100 dollars ; special school 5cts on each
100 dollars; special toad 5cts on each 100 dollars
and 1 1 4 cts per acre of land
GREEN Township. For township purposes
3cts.on each 100 dollars and 25ctson each poll, spe
cial school lOcts on each 100 dollars 25cts on each
poll speoinl road I l-2ctc per acre land.
BOURDON Township. For township ponr
pos; 5cts on each 10t) dollars special school lOcts
on cadi 100 dollars 25cts on each poll; special read
1 3-4cts on each acre land .
TIPPECANOE Township Fortownshin pur-
poses5cts on each 109 dollars special school lOcts j
on each 100 dollars and 25cts on each poll ; special
tead 1 3-4cts per acre land.
GERMAN Towuship. For to wnship purposes
5ctson each 10 dollars; special school lOctsouthe
hundred dollars; special road 15ctson the huntired
dollars, and 1 3-4cts per acre land.
NORTH Township. For township purposes
"ctson the hundred dollars; special school IScts
on the hundred dollars, and SOcts per dolls; special
read 1 3-4cts per acre land.
FOLK Tow n-hin. For township purposes 5tt3
on the hundred dollars; special school lOcts oa the
hundred dollars; special road 1 3-4 per acre land.
WEST Township. For township purposes 4 cts
on the hundred dollars: special school 1 Octs on the
hundred dollars and 50cU per poll, special road 1
3-4ctsper acre of land.
WALNUT Township. For townshin nurnoses
3cts on the hundred dollars a nd 25cts on each poll
special school 1 Octs on the hundred dollars and
5cts per poll; special road 1 l-2otsper acre of land.
I.and and 1 own lots delinquent for taxes of 1853
or former years, wdl be sold on the first Monday
f January, IbbO, ifnot previously paid.
I will attend In person or bv deputv at the ttsual
places of holding elections m each townshio for
the purpose of receiving taxes at the times herein
Tippecanoe township , Friday, November 4, 1S5,,
Bourbon township. Saturday, " 5
Gi een township, Tuesday
German township Thursday
IV orth township, r riday
West township, Saturday
Polk township Mon lay
And at my office in Plymouth thereafter where I
may be found at all times according to law.
N. H. OGLESBEE, T. M. C.
TV 1 1 T ITT c m
ilUSDUrali rOrt WaVne allllCaO
rvjUW COMPLETED, AND CARS RUN
I II from Chicago to Pittsburgh without chance.
connecting witn tne
Great Pennsylvania Central Railroad
To New York, Ph lade phia, Baltimore and Wash
ington City, and all the interior towns of Pennsyl
vania, New Jersey, New York Maryland kc.
.Merchants by taking this route will have the
benefit of all the eaxtern markets at no addition
al cost. Bacaee checked through.
Trains leave the depot in Plvmouth as follows.
Go'ms east, Fast Line, 1 1, 20, am. Mail 5,i3, a
m. Express, 10,52, p m. Going west, Fast Line
3,23 p m. Mail, 1 ,56, p m. Express 5,03 a m.
Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland and
Lake Shore Railroad to Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara
Falls, New York end Boston, and all the interior
towns of New England via New York Central and
and New York and Eri Railroads. Also South
to Columbus, Zanesvillc, New Ark, Mount Ver
non, Stubenville, Wheeling, and interior towns of
Ohio and Virginia.
The above trains connect at Forrest with trains
on Mad River Road to Springfield Urbana, Day-
ion, auu vsinciunau. aiko wan trains si Lima lor
Dayton and Cincinnati direct.
FARE AS LOW AS ANYOTHER ROUTE
Passengers bound east will find this route both
pleasant and agreeable, passing through many ot
Se largest and finest cities in the United Statos.
beeping cars accompanying each train.
TO CONSUMPTIVES. The advertiser
having been restored to healtk in a few weeks.
by a very simple remedy, after having suffered
several years with a severe Lung Affection, and that
dread disease, Consumption is anxious to make
wwwu w ins iwuuw-suuerers ine means 01 cure.
To all who desire it he will send a copy of the
prescription used (freeof charge), with directions
fur preparing and using the same, which they will
find a sure cure for Consumption, Atthma, Dronchit-
it, $c. 1 he only cbjectof the advertiser in send-
ing the prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and
h- hopes zvttj sufferer will try his remedy, as it
' -vo . u.n,n.u nuu maj pmcunniiH.l
Parties wishing the pivaaipwon will please address
REV. EDWARD A. WILSON.
No. 360 Fit Street,
Wilhamsbargh, Kings Co., N. Y
I will pay ne cent por pound for old iron, deliv
ered at my foundry m bouto rJvtnonth.
fM9W lltf ' F ilHALL
IlLive & ILet iLive
the Ls2i!I3S fS2
Has established in Plymouth in
fi vöni. icr1: oc F.vnpnmpTit.
J ' ' " 1'
The Small Profit and
SYSTEM WAS ADOPTED
The proprietors find after an experience of lit
tle more than two years, that their plan has more
than met their most sanguine expectations. Tbev
have been able to build up an extensive trade
while all others nave been compelled to give up
the long credit sstcm and follow in the wake.
We now propose to make a still greater
Reduction in Prices,
Confident that our endeavors
AT TIIE LOWEST PRICES,
Will be appreciated
By the People of Marshall County
We have just received from Boston and New
York our Stock of
Fall and Winter Goods,
Comprising a great variety of
Crockery, Glass-Ware, Cutlery,
Boots and Shoes,
Hats & Caps, Bonnets,
lUnrnTTICy nJnil fill C tTP
AU A111 J -WUUUUb, OCbi
We have not space to enumerate articles Ev
ery department is complete in itself.
We submit the following list of prices on a few
articles. All other Goods will be sold equally low:
Heavy Sheetings, 810c ? yard,
Bleached do 1012 do
Prints C(Ä12 do
Stripes and Checks 12
Ribbons , 3(335
Bonnets 25c $3 each
Hats and Caps (wool).... 37)c3$2 50 do
Women's Heavy Shoe? $1 UO pair
do Gaiters, 75c$l 50 do
, ,..2oc to
Common Teas 25e sett
Sugar, (a prime article) 8c p lb
Molasses, -50c"p gal.
Coffee 12).icf 11
Tea 5"0c Ih
Smoking Tobacco 10c 1W
Stone ware, a large lot, 10c gal.
We might continue the list, but 'think the alovc
sufficient. You can find every article you want at
the Low Price Store.
We take great pleasure in showing our good,
and invite all to compare our sty!es aud prices with
Wc take in exchange, at the highest market pri-
and never refuse Gold, Silver, or good currency,
to oblige our customers.
Please give us a call, at the sign
Tnw Piina QlAvaY
-LOW IT 11 CG DXOlG!
On the corner south of the Ed
RICE Sz SMITH.
sept 22 6tf.
Dissolution of Partnership
NOTICE is hereby given that the partnership
neretorore existing between Uavid Vinnedgeand
Adam Vinnedge, under the firm nam? of Vinnedge
x uruuicr,! ijuiuum luuutui, is tuis uaj UlSSOlveu
bv mutual consent.
The debts due to and those owing by said firm,
will be settled by David Vinnedge; and all persons
indebted to said firm are requested to make imme
Tbebusmess will 'be cortiuued under the
name of Vinnedge k Brown.
sept 15 6tf D V BROWN
Clover Seed, Lard, Sail, Bran,
AND, PICKLED . PORK,
Constantly on hand and for sale at Wholesale or
Retail at THAYERS' WARE-HOUSE.
Wc will pay the Highest Matket Price in CASH
for Wheat and other kinds of Produce, delivered
at our Ware-House in Plymouth or Bourbon.
sept22-Mkf IL G. THAYER & Co.
NOTICE is hereby ciren that in pursuance r'r
an order of the Marshall Common Pleas Co jrt
made at its September term, lfc53, 1 will o'T f0,'
sale on and after the 27th day of Octor 159
at private sale the following described reai estate
belonging to William Rusk a maor. To wit'
commencing at the N orth West ce rncr of North
half of the North East fraction "R,tnf Mia Man
gan Road, Section eight, r.'Michiiran Road lands
" Marshall County Indif Jia( running thence East
luujuuiwvwnrp, South twenty eight (2d1)
rods, thence West fr ftT (40; rods, to the Michigan
Road.thcnce Novth long said road twenty eight
(28) rods U th rf place of beginning, contain" seven
acres more or less.
Terms ol Sale Thirty dollars cash in hand at
tire time, of sale. One hundred dollars on the 1 ct
day o March 1860 and the remainder on the 1st
- j ui iuaiui 1L V1, IIIU nUl IO Reil IOr 1CSS Ulan
tHe appraised value, notes for deferred navment
iiiotiuiiuiiiiin; taiuituon ana appraisment
laws. S. N. CHAMPLIN, Guardian.
Oct. ßt3 $3 00,
Cash For Wheat.
I Will pay the highest Plymouth Market price
resüh, for Whtat delivered to me at Bourbon,
ang t3?ff. J.W. HOTTGKTOy.
Chicago, New York, FhiUclplria, AlbftrT,BufiVo.
Clevetand and Detroit. Scholarship good through
the entire chain of seven Colleges.
CONSOLIDATION "of Bryant & Stratton
Mercantile Collee,"andBeirCommernaILa! .
lege," now conducted s one institution which ht
the recipient of an extraordinary and unprecedent
ed patronage. . . . .
Larmon Block, tcrner turs ana v w.-mav.?i
H. B. BkTA.tT P. V. VLL. . . . . H. O. TRiTTO
Principals and Proprietors
By thi consolidation the collegiate cuue of tbit
Institution is greatly enlarged and with the im
provements which the business experience of th
Principals enables them coD9f nf ly to introduce fof
the benefit of their students, it is made gteatlj
perior in all respect?.
First Premiums Awarded to this
At the late United States Fair in Chicago, for Bmt
Ptxsi Atfsmr and for BxsT B Kf.tzxnxa.
Departments of Bookkeejnng nnu
Organized and conducted upon the Counting Roo
system, the halls of study bciug fitted up with ap
propriate counters, desks", etc , as in Rut. Busi
ness, and the student at once introar.cea to m
practical workings and routine of business as con
ducted in Banks, Counting Rooms Railroad offi
Bv special arrangement with the Law School of
the University of Chicago, the sessions of wluch
are held in our College rooms, our students ar
privileged to attend all the lectures in this depart
ment, and to receive instruction in this important
branch of the course, from the able, accomplished
and learned Professors of that school ; and it affordt
us much gratification to be enabled to offer them
these extraordinarv and superior advantage?.
This famou system the best known ts th
world, is our standard.
iCTCircular and Catalognc of 80 pages furnished
gratuitouslv on application to the onderaiened.
"BRYANT, BELL & STRATTON
TIIE undersigned have now on hand and
for sale, in the front room of the Pot Office,
a wall selected STOCK OF ALL ARTICLES
belonging to their line of trade. Having purchased
their stock LOW, they feel confident in saying
that they can sell on such terms ua will warrant
They invite the citizens ol this vicinity to an ex
amination of their stock and price, that they may
satisfy themselves as to their terms.
They have in connection with their store, SU
PERIOR workmen, who are readyto fill frtmptlf,
all orders for HOME manufacture. Be it further
known that they will pay in CASH, the Light
market prices for all kinds of
GREEN A DRV
HIDES. JLc. Ar.
As they purpose making their ttcre a permanent
institution of Plymouth, the public may be assured
that they will alwavs findiheirftock complete.
LEATHER & I aDI(-S,
Constantly on hand. Remember the place and
give us a call in the front room of the Post Of
fice. Wm. C. EDWARDS,
J. F. VANVALKENBURGH.
rivmouth, Nov. 17, 1859.
Executor's Sale of
To be said at Fublic Auction, on the 20th day of
December next, at the town of Bremen, in Mar
shall County, and State of Indiana, in front of the
Post Office, between the hours of 11 o'clock, A.
M and 2 o'cIock, P. M., the East half of the South
east quarter, and the Eafthalfof the Northeast
quarter of section thirty -one, (31), and the Wvtt
half of section thirty-two, (32), in Township thirty-five,
(35), North of Range four (4) East, in
Marshall County, and German Towmhip. Th
above lands are valuable, being cot cred with pop
lar, and other good varieties of timber. It ill b
sold in 60 acre lot?.
TERMS: One fourth of the purchase money to
be paid down, and the residue to be secured by
mortgage upon the premises, and one-fourth of the
purchase money in one year fnm sale, one
fourth in two j ars, and one-fourth iu three years
from sale, with interest, payable annually, without
relief from valuation or appraisement lawn.
Executors af the Estate ofEhVha Ilowuud Ie-
I will stll at the above named time and place
the West half of the Northwest fract ional quarter
of section thirty-one, (31), Twnhip thirty -five,
(35), North of Range four, (4) E ist, eonü-niu
88 acres, and upon the same tcrnjs as the en cu
Also, on the 22d of December, 1 85 . at the Cocrs
House in Plymouth, at 2 P. M., the following laud,
lying in Union Township, and Cocnty of Man-hall
to-wit: The East half of the Southeast quarter of
section eight, (8)j the West half of the Southeast
quarter, and the Southeast quarter of the South
cast quarter of section nine, (9), and the South
west quarter of the Southwest quarter of section
ten, (10) of Township thirty-two (32) North, and
Range one (1) East. The terms are the am
as those ol the eiecutors sale.
Oct. 27-1 It?.
Notice is hereby given, that persuant to an or
der and decree of the Caroll Court of Common
Pleas, at the September term thereof, A. D. 1859,
at the Court House door in Plymouth, on Saturday,
the 3d day of December, A . D. 1559, between the
hours of 9 o'clock A. M. and A o'clock P. M. of
said day, I w ill sell at public out err, the foilwinfc
described real estate, fjtuatcd in" the coustv of
Marshall, in the State uf Indiana, to-wit:
The Lot or South half (i of the Southeast
fractional quarter (t) of section number twenty
four (24), F.ast of the Michigan Road, in the In
dian Pands, containing gcventr one and 67 100
acres, more or less being the real estate of Cor
nelius, Willaros late of Caroll County, decaed.
TERMS OF SALE: One-third cash in hand,
one-third in rune months and the residue in eigh
teenmonth.j from dayof sale, the purchaser giving
his note j for deferred payments with mortgage
security on the premises."
JONATHAN WILLIAMS, Alt.
Eeavs k Gould, Attvs.
Oct. 27 1S59 llt4."
Guardian's Srclc of Land.
IN pursuance of an order of the Marshall Com
mon Pleas Court, I offer for fale at private
6ale, the land of Martha Jane Belangee being
part of the farm of the late Sooy Belangee known
as all of the 60uthhalf of the southeast qrof sec
tion La, in township thirty-three north, of range tw
east, except 18 and 59-100 acres out of to
rortb-w est corner. The sal mill be on a erthe
not exceeding Nire Years the purchaser to gaa
uoteswith good security, on interest, waiving dit
praisment laws the interest to be paid onnuaive
in advance, k the principal in three equr I paymeap
On failure to pay the interest, the whole prinellr.
to become due. If the tale is confirmed by ntV.
Court, the purchaser is to take deed and give ipal
ditional security by mortgage on the prem th
The land lies about three miles from Ph mou ad
has plenty of timber and wat er containiseii.
50-100 acre, with g mprftveme nt fetb
pood neighborhood, Rvu4 i,ml -tj, ei
lieved to be unquest n I Bi ds may er in a
or negotiations madej cnahle.ee of Heerte be
p.on, in Plvmouth
"EXOCH BELANGEE. Gusrdia