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For the Plymouth Pilot.
D HE A.TIS. 'lit sleep we are no longer oar owi Masters, but at the mercy of our dreams'Reason then retires into her private cell vrhere na ture resti." dream, dream of days gone by. Of days I once so happily passed. And build yet still a brighter hope. But oh! it fades, it does not last. J dream of friends, cue dearest friend, "Who faded, died, has long been dead. How solemn tranquil was his mind. When on and on, to death was led. When sleep, dream and hope, And fancy my bewildered brain Dissolves my grief, and reinstates. The pleasures of his life again: But now I've waked, my dream is o'er. My joys have fied like riches given. My loved one's gone, I'll weep no more For he abides and dwells in heaven. Miss J cd. Signor Blitz. The "Yankee Blade" tells the follow ing good story, showing how Blitz once was nonplussed. The occurrence took place at a town in Connecticut. The Signor contrary to his usual cos torn, had consented to stop at this town on his route through New England by the assurance of certain persons that it would pay well for the trouble, as amuse ments were scarce, and the "free list" small. He accordingly gave a short se ries of performance in a large hall in the principal tavern in the place, which was a large old fashion structure. The hall was crowded to its fullest on each of the three evenings, and every thing worked to admiration until the last night, when a mischievous boarder conceived the idea of varying the entertainment, slightly. One of the most popular things in the whole entertainment was ventriloquism when the Signor held an animated con versation with "Peter,1 in the chimney, which was situated on ona side of the hall, near the middle. The aforesaid boarder was aware that the smoke house in which his daily slice of bacon was cured, was situated over the hall, and an aperture in the main chimney at that spot gave access to the flue which led from the lire-place of the ball-room. He accordingly captured & large cat, and ensconced himself in the smokehouse just before the feat of ventriloquismwas to begin. When the Signer commenced calling for "Peter" he allowed him to converse with the imaginary interlocutor for a short time without interruption, but when Blitz requested ''Pett r" to come down near the fire-place fcr a little fam iliar c;at, the boarder's voice replied, that he would see hiin in a certain place of punishment first, "and even then he wouldn't.' Blitz was hardly able to conceal his astonishment at this reply, but the audi ence thought the magician was outdoing himself, and cheered him tremendously. "Peter, come down, will you?" "See ye in my home first. Nor my name aint reter, neither. He keeps the keys of the other place," "What is your name?" "I am Old Scratch." Blitz scratched his head, and the audi ence thought he was getting v-ther pro fane. Blitz knew he was 'sold,' but co'd think of nothing better than to continue thfi talk. "Are you Old Scratch, the fire king?'' "Yes." "I would be happy to see Old Scratch .here." "Well, are you ready?' "Yes, all ready." The words had scarcely entered the chimney, when the big torn cat come tumbling and scratching down, filling the magician's eyes with soot, and his audi ence with inextinguishable laughter! The cat's eyes glared like a flash from two loco-foco matches, and he disappear ed with a bound, and Blitz was utterly discomfited, and was compelled to close the performance with finishing the last act. A FOOLISH HOAX. Handbills were posted in this city yes terdaj. stating that a meeting would take piace in me .ueioaeon last evening, when speeches would be made, and ex hibitions of uhorl dresses for ladies eiv en! Several hundred person assembled on the corner of Fourth and Walnut, but the hoax manifested itself about 8 o' clock, ana a dispersion was the result. We consider this a miserable attempt at smartness by an unprincipled and uu- known baby in breeches. Cin. Com mercial. Gov. Wrioht has been appointed one of the judges of live slock to be exhibitei! at the Ohio State Fair at Columbus, nexi fall. The Governor will also, by request, deliver the address to the Farmers, at the Wayne Co. Agricultural Fair, in October next. The labor and exertions of gov ernor Wright in the cause of Agriculture and to develope the icsourges of the State in regard to minerals and manufacturing is prai3-worthy. No State in the union has a working Governor equal to Walnu Hulling Jo. Wright. Necessity is the mother of inven tron. A Yankee has sttempted to manu ketni Perk nt f Pig-!rA- The family opposed to Newspapers The man who don't take his county paper was in town yesterday. He brought his whole family in a two-horse wagon. He still believed Gen. Taylor was Pres ident, and wanted to know if the "Kams chatkians" had taken Cuba, and, if 6o. where they had taken it. He had sold his corn for twenty-five cents the price being thirty-one but, upon going to de posit the money, they told him it was mostly counterfeit. The enly hard mon ey, he had was some three-cent pieces, and those some sharper had "run on him" for half dimes! His old lady smoked a "cob pipe" and would not believe that any-thing else could be used. One of the boys went to a blacksmith's shop to be measured for a pair of shoes, and another mistook the market house for a church. After, hanging his hat on a meet-hook, he piously took a seat on a butcher's stall, and listened to an auctioneer, whom he took to be the preacher. He left before "meetin was out," and had no great opin ion cf the sarmint," One of the girls took a lot of "seed-onions to the post-office to trade them for a letter. She had a baby, which she car ried in a 'suga'-trough,' stopping at times to rock on the side-walk. When i; cried, she stuffed its mouth, with an old stock ing and sang 'Barbara Allen.' The. oldest boy had sold two coon skins,' and was on a 'bust. When last seen, he had called for a glass of 'sody and water'and stood soaking ginger-bread and making wry faces. The shop-keeper, mistakeing his meaning, had given him a mixture of sal soda and water, and it tasted strongly of soap. But 'he'd heard tell of so ly and water, and was bound to give it a fair trial, puke or no puke.' Some 'town fellow" came in and called for lemonade with a fly in it,' whereupon our 'soaped' friend turned his back and quietly wiped several flies into his drin'f. We approached the old gentleman and tried to get him to 'subscribe,' but he would not listen to it He was opposed to 'internal improvements,' and he thought 'learnin' was a werry wicked in wention, and culterwated nothin' but wanity and wexation.' None of his fam ily ever learned to read, but one boy, and he 'teached school awhile, and then went to studying diwinity.' Madison Banner, IS THUTII ST RAG CR THAN FICTION. A Yankee pedler, who had stopped in a coffee house to refiesh himself, one hot day (says the Yankee Blade) heard a very sage looking old gentlman remark, to a friend who had been relating some mar vellous story said to be true, "truth is stranger than fiction." Johnathan step ping up and slapping the astonished gent on the back, said; 'You're mistaken right thar, old hoss; taint so and to piuv it I'll wager you julips for the crowd that I can tell you one. fiction that'll go a leetle ahead of any truth as ever you heard I ell on." "Good!"said the old gentleman; I'd like to hear any fiction that can go ahead of Christopher Columbus. "Pshaw! Christopher Columbus ain't a sarkumstance, said Jonathan," but here goes. "Onst I was standin'by a big river out in sahary desert, what was dried up. The sun shone so all-fired hot that I was obliged to tie my handkerchief over my eyes to keep from being blinded; and as I was standin' thar, I happened to look down the river, and seed a hie boat. . v - - t without any bottom, come floatin' up the stream, with a hull lot of sellers in her; one of 'em had no eyes, t'other no arms another no legs, and the last chap in ne stern of the boat, he hud no mouth. Gosh! I never teed such a sight afore; was scared like blazes and iut stood and looked at'em. Presently the chan as had no eyes looked down and seed a ten cent piece at the bottom of the river and he feller wot had no arms, lent over and picked it up, then handed it to the chap wot had no legsand he jumped out of be boat, waded to shore, went over the grog snop wot wasn't there, bo t a pint of whiskey, and handed it to the feller as had no mouth, and he Jrinked it up; and all the rest got drunk and the last I seed of 'em, the feller wot had no mouth was singin' "Hail Columby;" while the chap woi nau no legs was dancin,' the no eyed cnap was readin a text out on a nsalm book, and the feller wot had no arms was clappin' his hands and wavine his hat like blazes and I left just about that time. hat's Christopher Columbus now, old hoss?" .T..t; e . . . juups ior me crowd and charge to me! roared the old gentleman, as he bolt ed out of the back door. Fbogs and Chesnut Burs. Many years ago, a young man twen ty-one years of age, and whom I will call Daniel, was hired to work on a farm bv'Mr. W . man of considerable note as a farmer, in Massachusetts, Mr. W. had a daughter and a hired girl, about eighteen years of age, and Daniel being of a steady turn, was not talkative enough to suit their fancy, and after trying various plans am tricks without success, to (as they said) raise his ideas, they caught a large frog and put it into Daniel's bed. On going to bed, he soon discovered the wherea bouts of his Uncomfortable bedfellow and pitched his frogship out of the win dow, and never afterwards betrayed the least sign of knowledge in regard to the joke. About a month afterwards, Danic 1 1 A t A 1 t iounu a ioi ui tursuiui uurs nearly ig sharp as thistles, and contrived to depos it neatly half a peck ia the girl's bed ami after the girls went to their room, on had time to undress, he took a candle lid w?nt to thi joor and uttled the latch, when the girls put out their light and jumped into bed, and such a squall ing and screaming was seldom heard or seen before. Daniel now opened the door and stood in it with light in hand. "Dan, torment your picture; I wish you were as far beyond the light-house as you are this side, ' said Suky. "Why what is the matter have you any frogs?" said Daniel. "Dan, if you don't fchut that door and clear out, I will call Mrs. W.," coutinued the same voice. "I will call her myself, if you wish," said he. "Daniel," said Anna W., "if you'll shut the door and go back tö ths kitchen, there shall be no more tricks or jokes put on you by us for one six months, at least-" Daniel thinking he had punished the girls enough, shut the door and left. A few moments after this Suky came out to light her cadle. "I thought you had gone to bed, Suky," said Mrs. W. Suky made no reply, but looked daggers at Daniel and quickly returned. After this scrape, these girls put no more jokes or tricks upon Daniel. He was a steady, faithful man, saving every dollar of his earnings, and in six years from that time owned a good farm, married Anna W., and was three years first selectman in the town, which he afterward represented in the state Legislature. Charge it to fataeb. A dry goods dealor well known in the vicinity of Broadway, and somewhat prominent for his various shakes and jirks when he promenades the streets, was on a foraging expedition a few days Bince, in the Cen tre Market. Seeing a buxom Sucker girl in the distance, he approached her, seixed her hand, and exclaimed with much warmth: "How do you do my dear young friend? how is your father and mother? when did you leave heme? Ah! excuse me, I hae brgotten your name, but I stayed all night at your father's home, a year ago, (her father had been dead ten years.) 'erhaps you dont recollect me. My name js ;my store is on Broadway; call on mc I shall be happy to sell you some bargains" and leaving his card in her hand, our man of tape departed. Not long afterwaids this not very green young lady, who selected goods to the a- mount of about twenty dollars, and pick ing them up, was about leaving, when he polite shopkeepar friend of the fanu y, exclaimed: "Excuse me. Miss, but you have for gotten the bill." "Oh no," replied Miss Sucker, "please charge it to father." Utterly confounded, our long friend. suffered verdancy in muslin to leave with the bill unpaid. Si. Louis lleveille. THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published ere ry Wednts da y, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. AC TOB! 5 7f paid in advance, (or within two months iftcr subscribing,) - - - - - - 1,.0. If paid within six months, - - - $2,00. If delayed after that time, - - - $2,30. OThe above terms will be strictly adhered 0 positively. ICrTown subscribers, who have their paper eft by the Carrier, will bJ charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. ETNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terras of Advertising. Advertisements will be conspicuously inser ted in the 'Plymouth Pilot,' at the following prices, viz: For 1 square (of 10 lines) 3 insertions 51,00 Ea;h additional insertion, 5c O'Anythingiess than a square, will be con sidered a souare. TTAdvertisers must be particular to mar n the . - .... number of insertions on the face of the adver tisements, or they will be published until or dered out, and charged accordingly. ITA liberal discount will be made where ad vertisintr is done bv the year. O'AU Communications from a distance should be addressed Post-Paid to the Publisher The Law of Newspapers. 1. Subscribers who do not rive express no t:ce to the contrary, ore considered as wisn- ng to continue their subscription. 2. If subscribers order their papers discon tinued, Publishers rr ay continue to tend them till all chsrees are paid. 3. If subscribers nezlect or reiuse to take their papers from the office or place to which they are sent, they are held respmsible until they settle their bill and discontinue them. 4. If subscribers remove to other places without informing the Publisher, and the pa per is sent to the former direction, they are held responsible. iY every description, executed "PLYMOUTH PILÜP" S3 with promptitude, and in the bevt possible manner. BOOKS, I CIKCCLAU3, I HANDBILLS, PAMPHLETS, CARDS. and posters, Printed on the most accommodating terms, and in a style not to be surpassed by any other establishment m IN orther n Indiana. DEEDS, I SUMMONS' J EXECUTIONS, MORTGAGES, I SUBPOENAS, I BLANK NOTES, and all kinds of JUSTICES' and CONSTA BLE'S BLANKS, are kept constantly on hand at this office, or printed to order. Cr. Sonic Oriental Sovereign Balm Tills. FOR the cuTe of Scrofulous Humors, Salt Rheum, Fever ores, Running Ulcers, Tumors, lever and Ague, Chills & Fevers, Billious Complaints, Liver Affections, Costivcness, Nervous Debility, Female Complaints, Dyspep sia, CoM.", Coughs, Influenza, Headache, ft c. None jenuine unless the name of Dr. E. L. Soulc & Co., is on the face of the box. For sale by the under signed, agent for Plymouth. II. B. PERSUING. W. L. BENTS, J2. f I AKES this method of informing the citi I sens of-PIymouth. and the surroundimr country, that he has commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS, one door south of J. L. AVestervelt's Store, where he will bo found at all times. By close attention to business, he hopes to merit a lib- e rai share ot public patronace. He warrants is wctk 10 te none as well as any where ,-est. Cutting done on the shortest notice. Plymouth, Ap.il 15th, '51. 13 ly. JUDICIAL. OFFICmtS. Iffitr&Iin E. M. CHAMBERLAIN, President Judse. DAVID STEELE, . . , . ELIAS JACOBV, S "OÖWltu,e ogei. CHARLES H. REEVE, Proiecutimr Attorney. JAMES A. CORSE, Probate JwlSe. I?IAKSIIAL.L, Co. OFFICERS RANSOM BARBER, ) ROBERT SCHROEDER, County Coinmiss'i. ANFORD GORDON. RICHARD CORBALEY, Clerk. THOMAS McDONALD. Auditnr. JOSEPH EVAN'S, Tremvrrr. GILSON S. CLEAVE LAND. 7?,r-J. ETI! HUSSEY, Sheriff. COB B. N. KLINGER, County Surayor. Jon B. DIXON, Aiswor. HU GROVE POMEROY, County Aent. .i.uii5 luua., Coroner. JUDICIAL. OFFICERS. Fulton II. P. BIDDLE, President Judire. JU11N BALL, ) . JAMES BURRO US, ociate Judges, WILLIAM POTTER, Prosecuting Attorney, JAMES BABCOCK, Probate Judge. 1 1 11'OX CO L'ÄTY OFFICERS JOHN SHOUP, JOHN ROBB INS, County Comm iss io tiers JACOB SMITH, ANTHONY SMITH, Clerk and Recorder, JOHN DOUGLASS, Auditor, ISAIAH HOOVER, Treasurer, ABEL GREENWOOD, Sheriff, WILLIAM CULVER, County Surveyor. ANDREW .E. BABCOCK, Assessor, 3ENJAMIN C. WILSON, County Agent, DAHLES BRACKE l'T, Coroner, CII WM. K. LOGAN, WM. TYNEK, I Justices of the Peace. LEWIS SIILOUFE A. M. HIGGINS, Wholesale and Kalail Dealer ia Stoves, Copper, Brass, Tin, 1ml Iron-Ware ferner market k fourth Ms., opposite Ctril's Store Logunsport, Indiana. riHE undersigned respectfully invites the J. attention of the public to the MOST SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF STOVES! in the "Wabash valley, of almost every descrip tion. Among hh 5elections are the following, purchased in Pittsburgh, Cincinnatti, Dayton, Rochester and Albany: The far-famed Parmer's air tight, which for beauty of construction, economy of fuel, and capacity for cooking, is unsurpassed iu this or any other country. The well-known Hathaway, Gebhart and Marshall's make, Dayton, Ohio and at Day ton price.-, warranted two years. All sizes and qualities of Premium, Universe Fulton and Reliance Cook Stoves, which he OiT'.rs very low. An excellent assortment or ten, seven and six-plate, and Franklin stoves. All the above stoves are warranted of the best material, and to give entire satisfaction to the purchasers. He invites attention to his large variety of Parlor Stoves. And particularly to a. Superior Self-Begulatin? Air-tight, that requires but one tenth of the wood necessary for a fire-place. lie has a full assortment of the following articles: Copper. Plain and Japanned Tin. and Hollow-ware, Andirons, "Waffle-irons, Sugar-kettles, Skilled, Stew-kettles, Dutch-ovens, &c.. Boat pumps and Lamps, Sheet-iron, Copper, Brass, Zinc, Lead, Cow, and Ox-Bells, dec, and a few iuperior Straw-cutlers. He has also an excellent article of Well and Cistern pumps with wood, iron or lead pipes. The above articles will tt sold low for Cash or most kind of country produce, or old Cop per, Brass, Pewter, Beeswax and Bags. A. M. HIGGINS. N. B. Call at the stone building, corner of Market and Fourth streets, where job work will be done at short notice. Lo-tnsport, March 26th, 1851. 11 ly. BOOT & SHOE ISM. RESPECTFULLY informs the public and hi.s old customers particularly, that he has ftuiu commenced the business of $i making BOOTS and SHOES, on Michi- tail tan street, one door South of the bridge, " . . . . " wiiC-re i'C is prepared 10 execute orders in lös line with neatness, nunctualitv and despatch. ifpnmrine done at the shonest notice. His own work always warranted. Plymouth, April 2:?, 151. n2tf. sXleatrus tHE uxdersigaed would respectfully an nounce to the citizens cf Marshall and burroundiug counties, that he is still njanntac luring SALEHA T US, athis old stand, about eight miles east of Plymouth, of the very best quality, as is well known by his not being able to ke ep tons of it 011 ban J ;assomeof his neigh bors do) clthough lie is able and will supply all orders that may be addressed to him, and warrant it' of the be&t tpuality, and cheaper than at any other place in northern Indiana. Call and see 0 any of the merchant); iu Ply mouth. BENJAMIN REED. Plymouth-, Ind., Feb. 6, 1851. 3m" 1 CABINET MANUFACTORY rTO-1851. riUCES REDUCED!!! WM, L. PIATT (LEWIS A. JOSEPH. PIATT Sc JOSEPH, ESPECTF U L L Y tenders their thanks for , the liberal patronace heretofore bestow R ed upon thein, and beg leave to state that they are ready to execute all orders for work, that pertains to the . CABINET BUSINESS, in a neat and workmanlike manner, promptly and at prices to suit the times. STAXDS, BUKE AUS, HOOK CASES. TABLES, CUPBOARDS, BED STEADS, $c, $e., $c. And every varie.y of Cabinet ware will be made to order at their shop, iu a style that cannot fail to please customers. COFFINS, made to order on short notice and on reasona ble terms. P. & J. will devote strict attention to bnsi ness, and hope, by their endeavors to please all who may favor them with their work, to merit a literal share of public patronage. Plymouth, May th, '51. no 1Q ly INDIANA' a HOUSE. E. F. KELLER, Proprietor, rnVBA,SH INDIANA. ' I MIL subscriber has taken charge of this .1. well kno vn Tavern Stand, formerly kept ly E. H. Cox, and has it in eooJ order for the accommodation of the pubfie. He has had much experience as a landlor, and is deter mined to spsrejio pains or expense to make all who favor him with their patronage, feel com fortably at home. HIS TABLE, YA ill always be supplied with the very best of eatables that the countrv alTjrds. HIS S r A B L E Is large and commodious, and will always be provided with a careul and attentive ostler, and plenty 0 good grain and hay fox horses. O N. B. He keeps horses to hire by the day or week, 011 reasonable terms. Wabash, Indiana, October 25th 1850; 44 tf 5000! Will give the highest price for any number of Oak, Poplar, Walnut, or Cherrv Saw- I Logs, delivered in Plymouth. A. L. "WHEELER. P lytutR, April ICth, 1851. I3tf. Rochester t I u 9 PS s at liy T. HITCHCOCK. Rochester, Indiana. "IVow is Hie lime to Buy. LARUE SA LES AND SMALL PROFITS IS the motto at Pershing's Drug Store. A mong his articles may be ibund: 1000 lbs. White, Red andBIack'Lead. 60 Gallons Linseed Oil. 1 Barrel Lampblack. 1 Barrel Coperas. 1 Barrel Madder, 1 Barrel Turpentine, 1000 lbs Saleratus, 50 lbs Indigo, Spanish Float, 1 Barrel dogwood, 1 Barrel Varnish different kinds, 1 Rami Spanish Whiting, 1 Keg Powder, Shot, Percussion Caps, Plug and Paper Tobacco, Tea, Coffee, Sugar, Pep per, Spice, Cloves, Cinnamon ana Ginger. Toys, Blue and Black Ink, one gross Shoe Blacking, Toilet and Shaving soap, Paper, Let ter, Billet, Foolscap and French fancy, Hull's Patent Truss, Scotch candy, for Coutrhs &c. H. B. PERSHING. N. B. Pershing warrants every thing sold by him to be such as he recommends it, and if it is not he will be happy to refund the money to the purchaser. II. B. P. Plymonth April IG'50 no 1 ly SOLE LEATHER on hand, and for saleby POMEROY & Co. A GREAT NATIONAL PICTURE. WASHINGTON! From St-xart's moat celebrated Painting. This large and magnificent full length por trait of Washington, from the burin of an A mcrican aitist, is considered by all who lave scen it tobe one of the most beautiful speci mens of art ever published, and a correet W? ness of Washington. The size of the plate is eighteen by twenty-eight inches, which will make a handsome picture for the parlor, and should be in the hands of every American citi zen! It is a correct copy from Stewart's celebrat ed original painting, no at the State House, Ilartord, Connecticut. It is finely enrraved, and printed on supe- or plate papei. That it. may be within the reach of all, the publisher has reduced the price to one dollar! inrAll persons remitting the amount may re ly upon receiving a perfect copy bv return of mail to any part of the United States, care fully put up on rollers made for the purpose, free 0 postage. JOHN S. TAYLOR. Bookseller and Publisher, 143 Nassau St., N. Y. Papers publishing the above advertisement three times, sending a copy oft he paper mark ed to nie, shall receive, free of postage, by re turn of mail, a copy of the print. J. S. T. DR. McLanes Celebrated Liver Pills, a sure and safe remedy for Liver complaint, for sale by the undersigucd,sole aentfor Marshall county H. B. PERSHING. Rochester Knocking! EW GOODS, jnstTeceived by Rail Road, and for sale cheaper than ever, bv POMEROY & Co. N TIME ! ! TIME 1 1 1 A few doz. fifteen dollar clocks. can be V had for $.r a piece at May 18!. WHEELER'S. CARTERS & CLEAVELAND Take this public opportunity of thanking all their friends and customers, for the large share of confidence and patronage which have been extended to them for the last ten years, and hope that by Fair Dealing and a Steady Course, In Trade and Business; they will still coutmue to merit & receive favors of all purchasers of V e respectfully invite all persons lookinc for To call and loock at our stock before purchas ing elsewhere. Gatters icafcclrwtr, HAVE lately received, and are still receiv ing a large stock of Making our assortment arid usual variety large and full, to-wit: DRY GOODS, LAWNS AND CALICOES, of new and beautiful styles Bonnets and Rib bons, English and French of the latest fashions. mm, FAM'Y AD DRESS ÄÜAWIS, LACES, CLOVES, AND BROAD CLOTHS, Satincttz.CasimcrcS, Shirting, Sheeting, Palm, Leghorn and Fur Hats, Of all kinds Butts and Screws, Door Handles, POCKET-KNIVES, KNIVES AND FORKS, Lorks of all ltiilils. Veils. Trnn Prnrtwrv Leather, Indigo, Madder, Copperas, Alum,- BOOTS & SHOES, Of all kind?, for Men, "Women and Children, Of all kinds, (except liquor?,) besides other & a id q In great variety, which we will sell as CHEAP as can be sold in the State of ndiana, as our facilities of obtaining Goods, are equal to any. WANTED, Deer Skins, Beef Hides, Calf Skins, Furs, Ginseng, Snake Root, Bee'sWax, Wheat, Corn, and Money, in exchange for Goods and on ac count; and they Pay Cash in part for all the a bove articles. CARTER'S CLEVELAND. Plymouth Marshall county, May 14, 1&51. A NEW ENTERPRSE!! GLEASON'S PCTORAL DRAW 1 X -UO O.Ii COM I AM O X. A RECORD OF THE BEAUTIFUL A A" I) US UP i L IN A It T, Decorated to the Disttminatio.i of l'olile Lit erature and the CuLita'icn of Refinement. A paper thus entitled, with the purpose ;.bove strated, will be issued by the subscriber, on Saturday the 29th day of March, current, in a style and manner to form. A NEW FEATCRE N THE NEWSPAPER WORLD. Is character, appearance and conlen'.s will be original, and in point of elqut nee of style, and the material used in its publication, will be unrivalled, as it i; the object of tie pub lisher to tee how Miperb a specimen of news paper liteiature can be produced. Havingample means, as well as the incli nation, to issue the lest literasiy paper in this country, the publisher is resolved to show the public to -w hat perfection this branch of litera. ture can be brought; and to aid him in this purpose, the best pens will be employed and liberally paid, to enrich thecolumsof this DIM WING -ROOM COM PAN VON. The long experience of the undersigned in the publishing business, and the extraordinary success that has crowned his efforts, isaguar antce that the promises made for the new pa per will be faithfully kept' and that it wiU at once assume the position of the leading 1'eriodieal of America. It will be printed on the finnest and most beautiful paper, manufactured expressly for it, in royal quarto form, and upon aclear and beau tiful font 0 brevier type, copper faced, and also mamifactured expressly for its columns, thus forming typographically. An Llegutit Nf crimen of Art. The contents of the paper will embrace tales sketches, and gems of poetry, with the ciam of foreign and domestic inteligence, ar ranged with great editorial care, and review of the most prominent and entertaining events of the times, touching t pon all that is NOVEL AND INTERESTING Its aim will constantly be to inculcate the strictest ana highest lone ot moral tv, and to encourage virtue, by hdding upto view al that is good and pure, and avoiding that which is calculated in any way to pamper to a viti ated taste, thus forming the BEST FAMILY PAPER and such a one brothers an 1 fathers will be happy to place before the home circle, and to see on their centre table. In short, we shall make it loved for its cheerful, entertaining qualities, respected for its moral instruction, and sought after by all for its combined excel lencies. Each number of the paper will be BEAUTJFUL LY VLLl'STRATED with accurate engravings of current and no table events of the times, interesting scenes,, remarkable structures, etc., etc., altogether forming a brilliant and unrivalled weekly vis itant. TERMS INVrRIABLY IX ADVAXCE 1 subscriber, one year, - - J3,00 2 subscribers, - - - - 5,00 4 S,l 0 8 16,00 10 10,00 One copy'of the Flag ofo x Uxiov, and one copy of the Drawixo-Room Cov.rAxiox, one year for $4,00 Through these two journals eminate from the same establishment, still not one line will ap pear in one that has been published in tie other, tins affording to those persons who take both papers and immense variety. F.GLEASON, Publisher Boston, Feb'y. 8, 1851. Any paper eoppying the above will be enti tled to a year' exchange with the 'Pictorial Drawing Room Companion, and the 'Flag of our Union. Plymouth Stove and Tin Store. TIIlE undersigned would rcs JL pectfully inform the citi zens of Plymouth, and the Mir rounding country, that l e has on hanl a good assortment of Cooking, Parlor and Iox Stoves, which he will sell cheaper than has ever be en sold in Plymouth, or in the West. He has also a larue assortment of T1N COPPER & SllEET-IRON WARE, which is made of the best material. All orders attended to on short notice. ROBERT Rl'SK. T lyr.oKtfc, Teb. ?, If 1, nl-ly.