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THE PLYIOUTII WEEKLY DEMOCRAT.
Local "and Miscellaneous.-
JOHN McDONALD. : : : : : : Editor.
A number of article lute been Crowded out
this week, but which will appear in our next. Our
contributots nut exercise a sufficient degree f
patience toward n.
Xcw Year Address.
Ourtovrn subscriber will please recollect Mnt
our Carrier Boy will be arennd with Iiis New
l ear s Address, next Y ediiesday m-rnang, Ieli
kUUI IlillC lUL.r IJUtllktl?! UiUlCSy iiau'utiut J( - ,
From our reporter wc learn that a lady of rulicr
prepossessing appearance, a stranger in this part
of the kedeuiry, has, during the past few week,
een obtaining board on the 'cheap,' in the rural
districts. The programme usually is, after staying
family a few days, to inform them hat
as soon as she receives the proceeds of a piece ofl
land which she says she owns and which is being
negotiated for, she intends starting a Dry Goods
Store. The prices asked for goods, by merchant,
says Madame, are extremely outrageous, and pro
fesses ler ability to sell goods at one-third less
rates, 'when her goods arrive.' By promisns to ,
a. a i btt. 4 urn aat- a atut xj f suv v vui in
floating round the country at little or no expense.
The schools in the various parts of the County,
aro nearly all in operation ; and, as far as wc arc
informed, are cnt'er the superintendence of com
petent instructors. Those who hare erer taught
school, will doubtless sppreciate the following few
stanzas from "Ye Pedagogue," by Saxe:
"Richte learned is ye Fedagognc,
Fülle apt to reade and s-M?Ue ;
A.ad eke to teach ye parts of spceche,
And strap re urchins welle.
Oaye after diye, for little paye,
lie teacheth what he can,
And bear ye yoke to please ye folkc, . .
And ye Committee-man.
"And manye crosses hath he borne,
' And manye. trials fotmdc, !
Ye while he trudge-J ye district through,
And boarded rouaJc and rounde !
"Fülle sol?mn is ye Fcdigogue,
Among ye noi?y churls.
Yet otfcer wiile he hath a smile
To gie ye handsome girls ;
"And one, ye favrst niay.lc of all,
To cheere his waynine life,
Shall be, when Spring ye ilovrer skill bringe,
Ye Pedagogue his wife.'
CS er man l'nion Call. j
The Ball to be given at Corbin's Hall, tins
(Thur.'sday) evening, under the snpernteu lenie of !
the German citizens of this place, will undoubted- J
Iybe a very pTeasmt aSfair. The Committee of
Arrangement have engaged the "St. Jo. Br;is
I? md, to play for the occasion ; which is a suffi
cient guarantee-to those who desire to "trip it,
that good music will l e furnished.
J. V. B.UI.ET. one ctoorabove the Bank bu.Idlnz, j
continues 10 Keep on nann a suppiy o'puie;
liquors, brandy t gin. Port and She rry Wine, &c. ;
lie knows when Christmas comes with printer. ;
f jr which piece of 'remembrance he wid pleas '
accept our thanks.
D. C. LARutEsq., cf Unicn townsL'p, has met
with the most gratifying uccess, recruiting a com-
panv to serve in CoI.Eddt's regiment. Tiic ;
Squire s extensive acquaintance, ana general pojv I
ularity among theb'hys, have been instrument il
in crowning hia effrts witli success. Taere ate
row about fifty five mtn from this county enrol
ed in the company for which he is reeruUm::, an 1
le thinks the rankä will soon be filled, if other re
cruiting officers are a successful as he hasbt cn.
The officers of the company have cot ,yct b?'n
One of our exchanges 'on the Wabash warn?
proprietors of newspapers against hiring one Ar
chie Vaughn, a journeyman printer, he having de
camped with funds belonging to that ofiice. Once
upon a time this same individual worked in
this office, bat did not distinguish himself in his
peculiar line any further than by stealin; our mag
azines. "Still so gently o'er me stealing."
The Masonic Fraternity of this place are to
celebrate the Anniversary of St. John, the Evan
gelist, at their Hall, to-morrow (Fr.dav) evening.
A feast of reason and a flow of soul," is antici
pated by the members ; and those wno have been
invited to be present, will, doubtless, improve the
opportunity to have a 'good time
Oue of the 'Invincibles of the 20th regiment,
a private haa returned, having been 'honora
bly (7) discharged.9 It is said he wa3 escorted out
of camp by a deputation f corporals, to the tunc
of the 'Rogue's March, He Fays he likes 'drum
music first rte!
The person who was peen to pick up in
the street, a abort time since, a woolen Comfort
er, with green, white ar.d yellow colors, will
oblige the owner by leaving it at this Office.
Proceedingi of lite tfarslialf Co.
Pr-rxT to call of the Centr .l CommVtec. the
Democracy met in Conventional riymouth, on
J w ' I
SatuTdty, tbe 2ist tnst., lor me purpose oi s-iieci-1
in" del-'rates to the Democratic State Convention,
at Indu.napolis,on the 8th of January, 18fr2.
. t. j e c . 1.-?,-' .1
A T s9 -nT i nnr wi3 nAJrn I'll r frltt
tm monon oi - i". raiuu, i . .i.uu...u
was ic.ioen Secretary.
On motion of J. G. Osborne, the Convention
rroce ded to the election of Delegatcf. which re-
suited in tbe choice of the following nimed gen
C. II. Reeve, M. A. O. Tackard, W. C. Ed
wanhi. John G. Oaborne, A. L. Wheeler. Wm.
On motion of C. II. Ileev, th? following nam.
ed gentlemen were chosen contingent Delegates: "
P. McDonald, T. D. BaiUy, Jasob Knoblocl,
J. B. N. Klinger, W. M. Fattersoa, J. C. Cush
man. Oo motion of J. G. Osborne, the delegation
were authorized to fill vacancies with any good
' Democrats who may be in attendance at the Con -
- Tntton from Marshall County.
The proceeding were interspersed with volun
teer speeches from Democrats present.
On motion, tbe Convention adjourned ine die.
A. BOYD, CrfuV,
P. McDosald, Sec'y.
m PLlI0üTH DE510fUlT
published rrrnT thursdw, bt
1 ? "T EP'?JF CV.lVJIOXi
$r,r6 ix 'AbvACE
Short Tin. ?- Tif'nT-T,TtTa n.vi twriVn.
Foreign Su'-jeritori to Mm;i!r wi:h tbs Terms.
Terms ofAlwerthing :
trn-fif: m"nti thr-fiftr: -rr. t..t!ir.
A VW-.il iliwnt will vi t ' nlvrt; to
th m-vintof qusrtrr. h 1f or w'vilc rl mn hr the
uio-irS r v-r. Ir' .t'lnTtim-i, ! ?rhcr
' for or "nr ! n of i.?!-Hn.
ya vntin pti'l t fri:m !tKrtiing
BKiT ok kkfekkxci:.
, , , - r. - , T , r- . , . . .
o$tc rs, I rogPtffh in c s,
CARDS, BLANKS, BILL HEADS, it'C.
TERMS TEAT REASON ABLK.
Cut the firm of
II. B. DICKSON & Co.
Il ive'nt; on the contrary h.ive made arrange
. m mwm -
Bv adding iasraeü"!? t their already uprial'ed
. - . -w
t. J J A. i V L J
SHEET -IRON WARE!
.,it,V i T-J, R
1ST 0 2? X G IST 3 ,
Having just arrived from the
Where we purchased of the
Importers & Manufacturers
We are r.We to oITcr
STILL Q3SÄ7ER 'iNSÜDEMSilTS
CaIi aui Maori Tii32c Knyer
THAN EVER BEFORE!!
We have a complete ?to' k r f everything per
taining to the trade, and are seliing gaods on
Than nny other similar establishment in
OUR TIN SHOI2!
Is?upp'"ed with ail the materials and tools neces
sary to turn ut
TS1E KEST OF' -WORK
And brinr under the Pupr:nfend.-ne of Mr. J.
f ? an( pcrienml Tinner we fool
ronfldi-nt in t'C'ng able to giv entire satisfaction
,hc j;nc of
rp Z iU - 77 jl u- IH3
An examination of our stork and prices cannot
, f.üi fo convince purchasers Cut we are olierin-- su-
p-ror liiIuctmeuU. tive iw a ;n.
U. B- DICKSON & Co.
j n. dicksox J. C. LEONARD
Fivmout'i. Au-u?t 22. IfCl 3Q tf
KEW REMEDIES FOn
SPEUMATO 11 11 H(EA.
Howard AsGddatiou, Philadolphia.
A Tlcnevolcnt Institution est-Wished by ppecia
Endowment, for tho relief of- the Sick and
Distressed, nUlictcd with viruliit and
Chronic Di.-eaac, and e?peci illy for
the cure nf thi: Diseases of the
' Sox'ial Organs. '
MEDICAL ADVICE given gratis, by the Act
VALUABLE REPORTS on Rnermatorrhca
ami other disencs of the Sexual Organ, and on
the New Remedies employed in-the Dispcntrv
"nt in ealed letter envelopes free of charge
Two or three st rm, for oostur accrptabli. Ad
drer8 Dr. J. SKILL! N HOUGHTON, Howard
Aswiation, Jo.2S Ninth st Philadelphia, Pa.
December l-i, wy.
Six miles south-west of
13 yniouJJjj .liar shall Co., Ind.
The nnuerfclgned, having recently purchasodtho
mill generally known as Barber's Mill, and put the
same in perfect
n r '..y.v ff.vf on n En
Would respectfully solicit ratronagc. No deten
tion on account of dry weather. Satisfaction
"inranteeil. , JOHN ZEHNNER.
C June 27,1 SCI - 2Cly.
Wolf Crooli -
rpiIIE aboTc named mill, six miles south o
j l'ly mouth, is now doing excellent
d;aoisi & Merchant Work.
Tlic proprietor spares no pains to gire satisfae
Vjo and intends keeping his mill in condition to do
The Very Best oV Work.
nd ho feels confident that he will not fail to sat
sfv all who miy favor him with their patronage.
Flour, Meal, Dran, &c.,kept constantly on hand
md will be sold at the lowest liring prices.
Ho respectfully sollei? s patronage from the citi
ensof Marshall and adjoining counties.
rirmouth, AuS.23,lf Cl. nSltf
I rospeetfuily announe to ths patrons of
Tint I haTe recently returned from the astand
am now inrecriptof a
ITull Complete Stoek
Of carefuIlT elcetcd
And evcrythinsr ela" formerly kept by me, which
I will sell at fair prices. I will take in exchange
for goods, all kinds of
MCIfET WIL KOT BE REFUSED!
I invite my old cu.tomer to rail and exomine
myetock and prices, nnd if they suit,th'-y will be
sure and buy. I have no Mowing " do to induce
you to purchase of me. Honorable, straight for
ward dea'ing and a living profit and no humbug,
is iny raottu.
Thoe kr.owinc tuem'lves'n arrea s arc noti
fied tin th'r d are very ni'wdi needed, and I
Iiopethev wil re.ieem thMr prun""s to fiav up.
Nerth Krldre. nnd iiMn a few minutM'
walk of the Depot,
South Plymouth, Ind.
Tiic eul.ci"her haf i:i?t opened the above Home,
and t fV'eriniurd to kr it in a manner every
w-y worthy of public patronage .
Will be supplied with thchejt the market afToidi ;
charge reron;M, and every exertioi used to
render the stay of guct-ts agreeable.
Attached to the premUs, and a faithful osdor al
ways in attendance.
JOHN C. IIASLAXGER.
r'vTiouth, March 21, I SCI Sm3
"THE OLD FOLKS AT HOME."
BEX DER. HOUSE,
Knox, Starks County, Ind.
J. O. CLAnK, : : : : : PaorxiiToa
Having retaken this well known IIoue. and re
fitted and refurnished the aame throuhoat, he is
determined to make it a First Class House in all
ISO u si bo iv, irvw.
C. S. WEAVER ....Proprietor.
r piIIS HOTEL HAS KEEN PUT IN COM-
1 rf,ETE odkr, and 1 now open for the recep
tion of rompanv. Tiie Proprietor respectfullv
solicits public Datron tge, and will i.e his best
rtTort to make his Ilonee a pleasant stopping place
for both Traveler and Boardr r.
Bjurbon, A ugnst th, 18 31. 2Slv.
Wolesale and Retail
- v . . t - 4 i , ! : -".-
, , . Dealers in all kinds of
3 o "7 isions ,
TOBACCO. CIGARS, WOODED
AND WILLOW WARE.
In soliciting the public patronage wc wouM aj
.hat our stock of Goods i complete, and will com
pare favorably with any other establishment in the
Especial inducements are offered to country
All kinds of country Prodnce taken atthe high
est market price in exchang fbrgoods.
NUSSBAUM k DAVIDSON.
April 12. I2tf
0ÜU COUATRY IS NOAV SAFE.
BUCK & TOAN'S
JB T O IX 33 ! .
jVTUCII HAS BEEN SATD ABOUT WAR,
JLYI hut the great question that now agitates the
American people, is the w" , , . ' . '.
LARGE STOCK OF GOODS !
MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE
BUCK & TO AN,
J ym outhy Ind -
Tlicy have mad ampl provisions to supply all
who are in want of arything in their line of trade
To call, examine, and satisfy yourselves.
June, 18C1 19!t
rjlIIE PLACE 'TO BUY
Nails, Locks, Bntls, Hinges, Glass
! BUCK & TOAN'S
JF YOU WANT A
Good Cools. Stovo
BUCK k TOAN'S
and bnv it!
rriHE place to buy anything in the
Ii at ifj BUCK k TONS
rpnn placg to buy
Hees, Forks, scyttc Snallis. Cradles
Et9.,isat 19" EUCIv k TOAN'S
AB. BECKER & CO.,
Inform the citizens of
Marsk Hand adjoining Counties'
That they have received
A New and Fresh Stock
Which they intend to sell
Is low as any other House
m Vorthcm Indiana,
Their Stock consists of
COFFEfe, -': r- V
QaecnsTf irc, of ercrY Description,
W o oclcüwayo y
' Of all kinds, such as is kept in a
Good GROCERY STORE.
They will take almost all kinds of Country Pro
duce . .
In Exchange for Goods.
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
ETOne door above S. k M. Becker's Dry Goods
and Clothing btore,
Xp. CorbinV llloolc,
PLYMOUTIS, - - IDIAA.
AB. DECKER & CO.
November 21, 1861 13tf.
C LOT HI N G
DAVIDSON &, Co.
The above signed have jsst completed assorting
- - or
' ; Gonts and Hoya
- , " . . rrinclpxlly cf
THEIR OWN MANUFACTURE,
FAaLL & WINTER WEAR.
They have on hand a
SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
seen A s
Joans, Ac, Ac
Gents' Furnishing Goods!
whirls: all kinds
CalovcK, &C.? Arc. .J ,
HATS AND CAPS'
Of which we keep
Almost nil Stvles!
Wc Icar no Contra dcii
In saying that
On tiie wliole,
CAN NOT BE EXCELLED
In point of
TT J. Xj I T !
INVITE PURCHASERS !
ran thesis see, i 9es.
DAVIDSON & CO.
E. R. SHOOK, Cctter.
Plymouth, October 3, lGl. SCtf.
JDr. T. JsEnllO.V,
Keeps constantly on hand
PURE DRUG S
carefully selected from the best Wholesale Es
tablishmcnts in New York, Philadelphia,
Pittsbusgh and Chicago.
CO UIVTR Y JTJ E R CHRX TS
A X D
Will find it to their interest to give him a call as
ie warrants every article sold by him to be iust
what it is represented. In addition to his larjre
stock of Drugs and Medicines, may be found
Y A IV K E E IVOTIOIVS.
And in fact, everything nsually kept in a Drug
Store, at prices as low as can be afforded. Call
and examine for yourselves.
n'Jitf T. A. LUUA.
STEAM FOUND R Y
BREMEN, MARSHALL CO., IND.
Tlic subscriber respectfully inform.: the public
that his Founry is now In
And that he is at all times prepared to manufac
ture PLOWS, KETTLES. FARMING UTEN
And every article in his line of business.
ALL WORK WARRANTED TO SUIT
And will be sold at FAIR, LIVNG PRICES
CALL AND EXAMINE HIS WORK.
He is determined not to be undersold.
J. B. HARRIS.
BremcttrfFeb.27 1861 5tf
HAG3, Bees wax, old Eritana, Copper, Braes
Fcwter.Cast Iron, and some money taten in
Nxchangefor hardware at
, H. B. DlCKSO&Co.'s.
ONE PRICE STORE
Piece 15 road C loths.
Piece DS Casisi2c?s.
Piece ..Kip a
OF ALL KIXD9
Notes Which. Are Unpaid.
And to pres crve
PEACE WITH A PEACE MAN
All who are indebted to me, will do well io
Pay 3I? si Piece,
Or I shall be compelled o call on a
.JUSTICE OF TSIE PEACE,
T HE PEACE,
THE "P(I)EACH IffAlI."
Ph mouth December, lfGL 45tf, 5th.
v.oot.d & thof5.
T II 13
Having sold" out my entire stock of Eastern
BOOTS ASD SHOES!
And made an entiic change in my programme
of business, and having fitted up my establishment
By devoting my attention to it I th'nk I can make
The mil Desirable Place in this
To leave a measure, or purchase a good article.
I have in my employ
The Very Best Workmen in
Men that cannot be excelled for DURABILITY
Neatness ami Dispatch in
Neatly and promptly done af all times. My work
THE BEST QUALITY
And will be sold as low as the same quality can be
sold in any market.
J. F VANVALKEXBURGII.
r. S. Persons indebted to me are earnestly
Call and Settle Up AT ONCE.
I must have my accounts settled by ihe first of
January; as at thnt time I tfiall be in want of the
M recdful." Friends," Come ia and help.
1 will be femnd at my old tan j, one door north
of the Bank Buildir.tr," ob Michigan street.
Dec. 12,61 IGmG. J. F. V.
WHOLES A EE & RETAIL.
Also, in the same building, one door north of
the Bank, may be found at all times a full stock of
Wre and Unadulterated Liquors,
, ; . . . , . TO-wTr :
Doable ana Single Rectified Whisky, Old
Ky e Wbisky, Cb erry Brandy, Giä,
Iort and Sherry Wines,
The Duties of which latter article we paid at the
Bonded Store House in New York City.
. Oar Liquors' are all pure and ve will gll at as
ow prices a the Banio quality can be pitchased
in any establishment in this or its adjoining States.
Dealers, before purchasing would do well to
call and sample, ---
J. V. BAILEY k CO.
Plymouth, December 12, 1661 t6m6.
5.000 ACRES of LAND for SALE.
rpiL: UNDERSIGNED IS AUTHORIZE
! to sell the following described Land:?, at trrf
low figures; part down and the balance in aaruaJ
payments from one to fjur years, with interest
paid annuallv :
nrscRimox. ..frc. lows ring. acies.
ehalfscqr " .12.... 3-1 3.....bJ
ehalfn.wrjr " CO 3-1 3 80
n halfuw q " J....33 2 104
C halfse qr .... " 17... .3J 2 8
s wcrseqr " 17.... 22 2. 4ft
e hf sw qr
1') "2 2 K
10 ?,2 2 80
4.... 32 2 40
y 32 2 1C9
c half n w or.... " 7 33 4 60
whfneqr " 22 33 3...... 80
whfseqr " 5 !2 3. .....80
n cqr "
B pt lot
lots 2 and 3.... "
e half s eqr .... "
w half s e qr. .. . "
w half n c qr. ..
0 32 3.,
3 32 3..
3 ....32 3..
31 32 3..
4 32 3i
Lots 1 and 2 .. 6 34 3
nwqrswqr...." 34.. ..35.... 3 ,
w hf n w qr .... " 34. ...35 3
Lotl ! " 7.. .34 3
e hf nv qr 6. .. 34 4
ehfswqr " 23.... S2 3 8'1
geqr fractional, " 3G 32 3.
d hf n w qr (W M R)6 .t.r 2.
nhf ?e qr (e m r) . 'J 34.
n hf lie qr
" ..II. ...35 2....
9. ...34 1....
. ..." 3C....25 1....
... " 22 :?4 1
w hf n tjr.
e hf se qr .
w f r s e qr
. ... 1 CO
Ii e qr
27.... 34 1
w half s w qr. . . .
e hf se pr ......
Also th following described lands in Fulten
vuuii , rn.i.li! ,j i " m.i i w u Illing me jii if 11
igan Road,nni joining the south line of Mrshull
County, to wit :
ne qr ne qr " 5. ...31 3 40
Lot No. 2 5 31 3 55
s half s cqr 5 31 3...... 80
Fersetis wi!ring to purchase unimproved land?,
on easy tTm, wil! do well to give me a rail. I al
so hae the P- ( , add res? of the 'arger portion of
nonresident land owner, which will enabie me to
ascertain the prit-e of large quantify f land
which is not described in the alove list.
Plymouth, Indiana, 1 S fi I .
.72. A. O. PACKARD,
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
COLLECTION?, Tax Paying and Examina
tion of titles &c., promptly attended to
Peoples Bank, N.Y. City; How k Whittaker,
N. Y. City; Terbell, Jennings Ä: Co.,N. Y. City;
Security Fire Insurance Co., N. Y. City; Henry
C. Carter, N. Y. City; Hr-n.C. A. Siacy, Tecum
seh, Mich.: L. G. lh rry k Co.. Bankers, Adrian,
Mieh.; J. S. Dunlap. V.q., Indianapolis. Ind.; N.
tl.Oglcshee, Eq., County Treasurer, Plymouth.
Heins associated with him in practice, Hon.
James Rradley of LaPirte, Ind.. whose assistance
-he will have at the sitting of the Circuit and Com
mon PleasCourts of thi.connty Will practice ia
Piymoutli, 22. IcCO. 3:f
AN ArERlENT AND STOMACH PREP
. aration of Iron, purified of Oxvgen and Car
bon by combustion of Hydrogen sanctioned by the
highest medical authorities, both in Europe and
the United States, aj;d prescribed in their prac
tice. The experience of thousands daily proves that
no preparation of Iron cm be compared with it.
Impurities of tiie l!ood, depression of vital energy,
pale and otherwise sitk!y complexion indicate its
necessity m almost every conceivable case. In
noxious in all maladies in which it has been tried,
it has proved absolutely curative in each oftht
following complaints, viz :
In Debility, ervou Affections, Emaciation,
Dyspepsia, Constipation, Diarrhea, Dysentery, In
cipient Consumption, Scrofulous Tuberculosis
Salt Rheum, Mi?mertruation, Whites Chlorosis,
Liver Complaints, Chronic Headaches, Rheuma
tism, Intermittent Fevers, Pimples on on tha
Incases of General Debility, whether the result
of acute diseases or of the continued diminution of
nervous and muscutar energy from chronic com
plaints, one trial of this restorative ha proved suc
cessful to an extent which no description or writ
ten attestation woulj render credible.
Invalids so long bod-ridden as to have very near
ly become entirely forgotten in tiivir owrr neigh
borhood, have eudJefily re-appeared in the busy
world, as ifjiut returned from protected travel in
a distant land. " Some very signal instances of tint
kind arc attested of female sufferers, emaciated
victims of apparent maramus. sangivneous ex
haustion, critical changes, and their curiiplieation
Cf l:ervöii3 and dyjvcr tic aversion U r and ex
ercises lor which the physician has lio name.
In nervous affections of all kinds, and for reasons
familiar to medical men, the operation of this
preparation of Iron must necessari y be salutary,
for, unlike the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic,
without being exciting or over-heating ; and gent
ly, regularly aperient, even in the most obstinate
cases of costivencs, withmt even Wing a gastric
purgative, ortnfiictTnga disagreeable sen.ition.
It is this latter propriety, among others, which
makes it so remarkably effectual and pernnncnt a
remedy for Piles, upon "vhieh it also appear t
exert a distinct and "s:ecifi. action, by disperalnr
the loca, tendency which forms them. "
In Dyspepsia, innumerable as are its cause, a
single box of these Chal.bcate Pills hns oft
suffice- for the most habitual cases, including the
In unchecked Diarrhea, even when advanced to
Dysentery, confirmed, emaciating, and apparently
malignant, the t-fTects hare been equally decisive
In the local pain?, lo?s offiesh, and strength,
debilitating eouh, r.nd remittent hectic, which,
generally indicates incipient eonsumption, this
remedy has allayed the alafrn of friends and physi
cians in several very gratifying and interesting
In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iroa
haa had far more than the good efl'ect of most
Cautiously balanced preparation of Iodine, without
any of their well known liabilities.
Al 11 elters, ordr, i.e., should be addressed to
R. B. LOCKE & CO.. General Agents,
S3 CEDAR STREET, New Yor.k
State of IndiaAfi, Marshall County, SS;
In Justice's Court,
John Coilj I
ys Complaint oa Attachment.
Th plaintiff in the above entitled cause has
filed with me hi3 complaint on attachment, and it
appearing that the defeucUnt, Sylvester Beats, is
a non-resident of said county, and a summons bar
ing been returned not served uoonhim, he is here
by notified of the filing and pendency of said
complaint, and that unless he apper, answer or de
mur thereto at the calling of said cause, on the
14th day of December, 18G1, at lUoclo;k, a. m..
said complaint will be headan1 determined in his
absence. HENRY McFARLIN.J.P.