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vited. Plymouth, Sept. 10, 1851.
PLYMOUTH PILOT OFFICE.
Wednesday, Sept. 17, 18 1.
Apples Oreen, 75,
linder, per lb. 8,
liVeswax, p.r lb 20,
Ejt?s, per doz. 5
Flour barrel, I,0
CJintenir Try, 25 j
Brooms, per doz. f 1 ,5'J
Pears, per bushel, 7-)
Hay Tame, 5,00 i
lard, per lb 6
Oats, per bush. 15
Potatoes Irish, 25
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Wheat, per bus. 50
Wood, cord, S 1 ,00
Cranberries. SI, 50
Corn Meal, 25
Corn, 22 a 25
Candles, per lb 15
Cheese, " 10
Chickens "doz. $1,00
! a w- a
HAS got home from NEW YORK, end close
a ter him come tumblinsr aloni ly Hail
Road Express, TONS and COItD-V of the choi
cest and cheapest GOODS ever brought to Ply
mouth. lie cannot enumerate, nor is it necessary;
for the people and the "rest of m.nkiiid"
have only to.ee and hear the price when they
is, indeed, the place to trade it yon ueMe .o j
save irom ju lo oj per ten. on uur puitua-
7fis stock of
Groceries, Hardware, Crockery,
a Nr iaT W SS i.aW MiWay )
HATS AND CAPS,
t T'l .
j Cannot be surpassed in quality, quantity or
r . i , .
iieaay luaae uiotning.
which he will 5ell so cheap as to "Bent the
Jews," and do it easy.
Bring on your wives and daughters, and
with them, your
HUE A I GISSEXG DEER SKISS.
SA V LOGS, HAGS.
end a little Money, and yjur hearts shall be
11) mouth, Sept. 3, IS3: 33 3m
CARTER'S & CLEAVELAND
Take this public opportunity of thankinr
all their friends and customers lor the l.ir.ire
share oi confi ence and patronage whih have
been extended to them lor the last ten years.
and hope that by
Fair Dealing and a Steady C vrsc,
A Trade and business; they will still routinne
to merit &: receive favors of all purtha ers of
7e respectfully invite all persons looking for
To call and loook at our stock before purchas
T'l AVE lately received, and are still receiv
I 1. in,' a l.irire stork of
'üv vku uäuö ü jj-ö
Making our assortment and usu.d variety lare
and full, to-wit:
LAWNS AND CAUCOKS, 7
of new and be uitiful styles Honnetsand Rib
bons, Enülish ami French of the latent fashions.
M.H.MLK. FAMV AM) BRKSS SHAWLS
LACES, CLOVES, AM)
otton summer 2?3O50,
Sutineitt. CusimcrtH, Shirting. Sheeting
Pa!ni, Leghorn and Fur Hat,
H322Bw BCUd UWvT MuSÄI.
Of all kinds Hütts and Screws, D -or Handles,
POCKET-KNIVES KNIVES AND FORK-,
Locks of all kinds, Nails, Iron, Cr-w-kcry,
Leather, Ind'no, Madder, Cppera, Alum,
BOOTS & HOE,
Of all kinds for Men, Women and Children,
f & isr ig is a SB 3 9
Of all kinds, (except liquors,) besides other
O O ID
In creat variety, which we will sell as CHEAP
as ran be sold in the State of ndiana, as our
facilities of obtaining Goods, arc equal to any.
Deer Skins, Reef Hides, Calf Skins, Furs,
Ginseng, Snake Root, Ree sWax, Wheat, Corn,
and Money, in exchange for Goods and on ac
count; and they Pay Cash in part for all the a
CARTER'S & CLEVELAND.
Plymouth Marshall county, May U, iS31.
W. L. BENTS, 1
f I KES this method of informing the citi
X zens of I'lymouth, and the surrounding
country, that he has commenced the
. . - a , K, miei.Icce
"e Tr . l J , " V,es.tervtU Mre
1 llI 111, 111 i'U P'Ulltl tlft Uli UHlV-, MIJ IIO.'V
a,,e,,timl to business, he hopes to merit a
i'-1 S''are ,mbllC Palronaee ,,e wam
his work to be done as well as any where
west. Cutting done on the shortest notice.
Plymouth, Ap.il 15th, '51. 13 ly.
SALE OF SCIIOOL LAND,
IN LIBERTY TOWNSHIP, FULTON
E-yriHE County Auditor and Treasurer of said
A county will proceed to tell Section six
2'Jib DAY OF NOV KM HER 1651,
at the Court ou.e door in the Town of Roch
i eMer, between the hours precribed by law
The terms of tale is one lourih o purtha.-e
money paid in hand, and the residue within
I twenty five years from the date of tlie ale,
, and also with M-ven percent interest to be paid
a it ii ii illy in advance on the residue.
Also at the.aiiie lime and place will be sold
a part of Section thiny-six (3f) in Town, h p
Iweiity-nine (Vi) Kai.ge three (3) Eni, tomake
I up ti e deficiency in aid Section, f ixteeu ( 6)
I Town i we ii y-nine (29) Pnnye three (3 Easf,
I Said Section is laid off in fi,ny and fi ly acre
i lot.-, and is appraised Irom 5 ,25 lo .;,v!5 per
acre, lie North pari of Section Mx'een is well
ad.ipted lo farming purposes, and that portion
in Section thirty-six is the best quality of land,
and good timber.
JOHN DOUGLASS, A. F. C.
ISAIAH HOOVER, T. F. C.
P.o?t' 'kr,5 q IV, Jcö'. p: h Zb-V..
500 Watches Spoilt-
BV Til E
"Clocko'ogbt k Wool Regulator."
By the last news from the telegraph
we-aje informed thit the glorious s, g
gle for Life and Liberty by the Volun
teers for Cuba," is triumphantly success
ful, and though it may be "Great cry and
no Wool." vet it is an undeniable fact
ihn t it ill soon get
end be 'FORCED
Veil" of ClockoWi
a glorious impetus
to Burn" off the
m and "Wool Reg-
fiom the eyes of Wheeler's cel-
All those who wish their Clocks
Watches rejiulated will volunteer
for Cuba. Those who want Wool regu-l-i
ted, or Yarn spun, will call on the
Clockologist, and Wool Regulator, and
ill who want their work doae up right
will call on me,
JAMES T. FORCE.
ro:nniisio:icr s k SiierilTs Sale.
virtue o an execution issued by the
clerk o'' t he Marshal Circuit Court in
Cham-cry at tl.e 5-ay term, A I) 185', and
tome directed, will between the hours of 10
o'cluvk A M and 4 o'clock P M on
The aecond day of October next
at the court house door in the town of
Plymouth, Marshall county Ind., by public
outery and auction olkr to ti e hiehest bidder
the tents and profits lor reven yt-ars of the fol
lowing descrbed property, to-wit, lot number
ed one hundred and seventy-seven, in the
ionn o Plymouth county and state aforesaid,
ecepf eighteen by thirty feet on the south east
rorner ot said lot. And on tailing to sell for a
sum sunV-ient to tatisi'y said writ of of execu
tion, and the interest and costs thereon, will
at the same time and place offer the fee sim
ple o said laud above deser.be 1. Executed as
ti e property of Anson Shinabarger at tbe suit
G. Pomeroy as per foiecloseure of mort-
SKTH HUFSEY, Sh ff. & Cora'r.olM. C.
Sept. 9th, 18-51. nil 3v
Commissioner s k Sheriff Sale.
virtue of an execution issued by the
clerk of tlie Mashall Circuit Court in
Chancery at the May term .VI) I , and tome
directed I will between the hurs of .0 o'clock
AM and 4 o'clock P M on the
The second day of October next.
at the court hone door in the town o Ply
mouth, Marshall count v n l., bv public outcry
and auction, rfferlolhe highest bidder the
rentsand profits ;or even yeirs of the follow
ing described proper y to-wit, t'.ie north-east
quar'er, of the norih-ea.st quarter, o "section 20,
of lown 31, north of raupe I eat, coutainining
40 a aes. And on a linij to sell for a Mini suf
ficient to satisfy said writ of execution, and the
interest and costs thereon, will at the same
time and place oiler the lee simple of said land
al ove ue ;cr l;e:l. Executed asf he propeaty of
(uore W. Il.icon at the suit of Levi C Barber,
as per foreclosure ofniortfia-re.
SETH lirssEY, Sh IT. & Com'r. ofM C
Sept. Ulli 1SÖ1 n344w pr lee 3,12.
Commissioners & Sheriffs Sale.
BY Virtue of an eecution issued ly the
Clerk of the Marshall Circuit Court, in
Chancery at the May Term, A. D. !851, and
to me dire-ted, will between the hours of
10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. on the
2 lib day of September. ISOl.at the Court
Hon e door in the town of Plymouth, Marshall
County, Indiana, by Public Outcry and Auc
tion oirer to the hiL'l est bidder, the rents and
profi's for seven years of the following descri
bed property, to-wit: Twenty acres out of
the North East corner of the North West quar
ter of Section No. Twenty-one, in Township
Thirty-our, North of Hane No. Three East,
being Sixty rods East and West by 5 U rods
North and South; also Forty acres out of the
South East corner of the North West quartei
of the same Section, Township and Range as
aforesaid, bein. Sixty rods Eat and West by
One hundred and Seven and Two thirds North
and South, both tracts being in all Sixty acres,
ofT the East Side of tl.e East half cf the North
West quarter of said Section, and on failing to
sell lor a sum fiifficient to satisfy said writ of
execution and the interest and costs thereon,
will at the same lime and place offer the fee
simp'e of said lands above described.
Executed as the properly of Mary Coate,
et. al. at. the suit of Thomas Parrott, at. al. as
per forcloure of mortgage.
Commmissioncr and Sheriff of Marshall County.
Aug. 25th 1851. (pr. fee 4,00) 32 4w.
the Land Oicncrs of Section Ao.
12, Michigan lioad Land.
OU are hereby notified that the Countv
Surveyor, pursuant to my application will
at 9 o'clock in the morning o the 13th day of
October, 1851, proceed to re locate corner No.
17, and locate all other corner. to my land and
that may be required in subdividing said sec
tion to which your lands is adjoining, when ard
where vou may attend if you see proper.
S. . PATTERSON.
Plymouth, Sepl. 10, 1851 ?43v
NOTICE is hereby given that I will offer at
Public Auction on Saturday the 27th
day of September, at my residence in Centre
Township, Maishall County, ndiana, about
three miles southwest of Plvmonth, Ihe follow
ing proper y, to wit: Four head of Ilor.-es, one
la-1 Spring Colt, one yoke of Oxen, four
Milch Cows, tlree Cles, eighteen Hogs,
twelve acres of Corn in the field, one two
horse Wagon, one log Waton, one pair o bob
Sleds, woodwork oi a l.os Wagon, and the
woodwork o a two-hor.'e Wagon, and various
other articles too tedious to mention, consist
ing of Farming utensil, Ilomehold and Kitch
en Furti. ure, &c. A credit o twelvemonths
will be given on all sums over tliree dollars,
by the purchaer givii g his note with appro
ved freehold security, waving the valuation
and apprai. eiT.ent lawy, nud all turns of three
dollars and under, cash in hand.
JACOR K. HUPP.
Plymouth, Sept. 9th, 185. 31 3w
PRINTING, in Colored Inks, done
with neatness and despatch at this Of-fur.
1fcANDS LENT 8t Ck
In I'lymoiitli, AVHlnccl:iy. Sept.
ID" Prices of Admission 25 cents. iVo half
price. Doors open at 1 o'clock, f. M. Ver-
foritvJncc commences at 2 V. M.
"IS magnificent establishment, whore for
mer fame and reputation throughout the
lemitl; and 1-reaHh ot both continents have
rendered it tl.e ulJAND ATTISACT.N wher j
ever it has been lorated; consists of tlie most
superb siud of trained horses and ponies ever j
exhibited, (performed by arnsts whose praises
are the theme of the whole press and public
of Europe and America,) and abo oi a trio of
the most accomplished and docile ELE
PANTSthat the world Las yet seen.
The horses and ponies were selected from
the largest and leit collections in Europe ex
pressly lor this concern, by Mr. Sands hiim.ef,
and, although the encomiums which have been
bestowed upon thein may Le considered by
some as extravagant, tl.eie is no one who has
seen them but is willing to acknowledge t hat
their anticipations were more than realized.
The character of Mr. Sands & Co s estab
lishment in the weitern country renders it un
necessjry to enlarge upon its merits.
The company will enter town on the fore
noon of the day of the exhibition in grand pro
cession, preceded by the magnificent East n
dia Car, drawn by the elephants, and contain
ing Capt. Adams' BRASS HAND, a musical
company embracing some of the first talent in
America. Following this will be the en tire
company in cavalcade, and a train of the beau
tilully deccralei vehicles, the rear being
broughtup by the exquisitely beautiful minia
ture chariot of the fairy Titania, drawn by 20
Lilliputian Ponies, the whole forming the most
imposing and pleasing pageant ever witnessed
in the Lnited States.
The above company will perform at Roches
ter on Thursday, Sept. Ib'th.
Plymouth, Aug. 27, 185..
OF UTICA, NEW YORK.
CAPITAL, $12 5.0 0 0.
HE object op this Comnasv is to insure
both Real and Personal Property against
loss or damage by fire, and the risks o inland
navigation, and from the peculiar advantages
derived lrm its Charter under the rener.il In
surance Law of the State of New York, as well
as from the Ions experience of sonic of its Of
ficers, the Direciors it el confident that they
can do to on as Favorable Terms, and with
SAFETY TO THE ASSURED,
as any other responsible Company whatever.
Reim; conducted on both MUTLAL and STOCK
PRINCIPLES, it combines the advantages of
both systems, besides many not possessed by
any Company conducted solely upn either of
them. The following are some of the princi
ples by which this Company is oxer.ied, and
all must at once perceive bot h their
FAIRNESS AND LIBERALITY:
1st. They recognize the acts of their authri
zed Agents, both in makincr surveys and in is
suing Policies; and to avoid litigation, arrange
differences by arbitration at localities conveni
ent for the rssured.
2d. They promptly pay all losses for whom
they become liable.
3d. They in Id themselves responsible for
losses and damages by lightning.
4th. They take no single risk for a greater
sum than 5,000, nor on real property for more
than two thirds of its value.
5th. All Surplus Funds, after paying losses
and expenses, ami invested for the benefit o."
the company, or divided among the members
thereof, as may be dcemtd expedient by the
0th. They classify risks jn such a manner
that the Premium Notes of Farmers and per
sons insuring property no more exposed than
farm buildings, are not liable or losses of more
hazardous property, nor .ire Merchants and the
insurers of buildings only partially exposed, lia
ble for the loss ol that which is considered ex
JOHN E. HINMAN, President.
EDWARD FAMES, Vice Prcst.
W. D. HAMLIN, Treasurer,
A. F. ROCKWELL, Secntury,
M. H. THOMSON, Actuary,
J. M. GRAY, General Agent,
W. G. POMEROY, A sent for Northern Indittna.
Plymouth, A ug. 2Jth lSöi, 32 if.
Commissioners & Sheriffs Sale.
BY virtue of
Clerk of tl
an execution issued by the
e Marshall Circuit Court, in
Charcery at the May Term, A. I). 185', and
to me directed, will between the hours of
10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. on the
24th day of September 1851, at the Court
Hou. c door in the town of Plymouth, Marshall
County, Indiana, by Public Auction and Out
ciy, to the highest bidder, tlie rents and prof
its lor seven yaars, of the following described
property to-wit: The South East quarter of
Section Seventeen, in Township Thirty-three
North of Bailee No. Two East, with all the
crops of rain and other produce growing upon
said premises, also Ihe property that may be
found to sell belonging to said Doras Swift,
and on failing to jell for a sum sufneient to
satis. y raid writ of execution, and tl.e interest
and cost thereon, will at the same time and
place offer the lee simple of said lands above
Executed as the property of Doras Swift
and Arminda Swift, at the :uit ot Edwin B.
Crocker, as per foreclosure of inorttavc.
Commissioner and Sheriff o Marshall County.
Aug. 25th 1851. (pr. fee $3,75) 32 4 w.
Iwill give the highest price for any number
of Oak, Poplar, Walnut, or Cherry Saw
Los, delivered in Plymouth.
A. L. WHEELER,
f riyrwutr, tyxi lt. 1S31. 13 f.
X et. al..
Singleton, Francis, . - - .. v
Sintrleton, Lafayette Sinsjieiont
Thomas Singleton, Harriet Sini:lelonrhTzT.-.aai
Singleton, James Miller, and Andrew J. Miller,
heirs of Thomas Sini.l'iton, deceased.
Now co:r:es the said Stephen Singleton and
others, and files their petition for partition, of
the real estate of Thomas Singleton, lite ot
said county deceased. And it appearing by
tlie riiTidavit of a disinterested person that said
Andrew J. Miller, and James Miller, non-resi
dents of the State of Indiana, thty are hereby
notified of the tiling and pendency of said pe
tition, and unless they appear thereto, lefore
said Court, to be holden at the Court House,
in Plymouth, on the Third Monday in Novem
ber iiext, the came will be heard and deter
mined in thtir abtencs.
Attest, K. CORRALEY, Clerk.
C. II. Reeve, Att'y for Petitioners.
ept. ISM. pr. ice 53,5 )J 33 3 v.
f IIIE unJcnirned, Commissioners, appo'nt
L ed by the Probate Court of Marshall Co.
ndiana, on a writ of Par itio i in pursuance of
an order of sai 1 court, at its August Term,
lt-51, will otTer at public sale at the Court
House door in Plvmcuth, on Wednesday, the
15lh day of October next, three tracts of land
belonging to the he'.rs o John Ringle (Ive of
said County, deceased,) described as loilows,
and lyinu in Cerman townsiiip:
East half northeast quarter See. 27, town-
j ship 35, no.th, range 3 east, 66 acres; south
i east quarter northeast quarter Sec. CS town
! ship 30, range 3 east, 40 acres; 20 acres oflt?4o
east end, north hal , soulhwe
;t quarter, St
27, low u.-hip 35, rariL'e ,20
S 00 down, Si 00
On a credit of seven years:
per year with interest until paid, and not to
sell for less than -5S00.
H. N. KLNHER, )
W. M. D NAM, Comthis.,
T. Me DONALD.
Plvmcuth, Sept. 3, iboi 33 Iv
Thunder k Lightning, Gentlemen!!!
,ON'T blister your hands in "Sne'lir.g
Corn." Call at my shop and buy you a
Corn Shelter for S2.50, hat you or either o
yjur b)s can shell 5'J bushel per d.iv with.
Plymouth, Sept. 3, 185: 33 3w
Laportc Book Bindery.
f IHE subscribertakes this method of inform -I
ing the citizens of Plymouth, and sur
rounding country that he is prepared to do ev
ery description of work at mo lerate prices. .
B. PERSHNO, Aent for Plymouth, to whom
may be entrusted all orders for me.
Lapotte, Sept. 3. 1S51 33 ly
DR. H. BROW,
PROPOSES to cure Hernia cr Rupture, I y
what is termed Dr. O. Hurlbuts opilative
remedy, in Irom fifteen to tweniy day.- no
matter how long the cases have been standing.
Persons Irom a distance will be reiunded in
their expenses if satisfaction is not given.
Plymouth, Int., May 5th '3!, nol6-ly.
W. CTomcrov,! John B. .Niks
POMEROY k NILES,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
WILL attend to all professional bcsinfss
entrusted to them, in the Marshall Circuit and
May 28, 1851. nl9 ly.
rtIIE undersigned administrator of the estate
I, o Azariah Mosley, late of Marshall coun
ty, and State of ndiana, deceased. Havin?
obtained an order from the Marshall County
Probate Ccurt, to sell forty acres of land be
longing to said etate, described as follows,
to-wit: The South part of the East half o the
South West quarter, of Section Thirteen, Town
Thirty-three, Ronge One East, appraised at
Three hundred dollars will be offered for sale
on said prtmbes on Saturday the Twentieth of
September, 15 , between the hours o 12 and
4 o'clock P. M. Terms o sale one third in
three months, one third in six mouths, and one
third in eighteen months, with note and ap
proved security, waiving the valuation and ap
JOHN LOWPY, AdinT.
Plymouth, Aug. 20th, 83!. 31-4 w.
OTICE is hereby given that will expose
at public auction on the 3d day o Sep
tember, A. D. 1S5I, at the late residence o
Samuel Hullingcr, late of Marshall county, de
ceased, the following personal property belong
ing to said estate, to wit: One yoke of Oxen,
one Cow, Cupboard Ware, one lot of Tools,
one lot of Clothing, and various other articles
too tedious to mention. A credit of twelve
months will be given on all sums of Three Dol
lars and upwards, the purchaser giving note
with approved security, waiving valuation or
appraisement laws. All sums under three dol
lars, cash in hand.
GEORGE HCL LING ER, Adm'r.
Plymouth, Jug. 13, iS5i.
YELLOW RIVER H0U3E
FHE subscribers respectfully inform the
JL citizens of Plymouth, and th public gen
erally, that they hate taken the above named
house, and fitted it up in a style of neatness
and comfort, which they hope will be found ac
ceptable to the travelling community at large.
I'oarokrs. Gentlemen and Ladies, can be
accommodated with rooms and every atten
tion. The Table. Their Table is furnished in the
best style, consisting of all the delicacies of
The Stable. They have also good stables,
well provided with grain, and which will be
The public are most respectfully invited to
D. II. RO HERTS.
J. ALL EM AN.
Plymouth, Aug. 20, 1831.
S hereby given to the owners or occupant.-
X ot section 33 and 31, township 32 north of
range j cast, Marshall Co. nd. that the Mir
veyor of said county will commence on the 6th
day of October, 851, at the southeast corner
of said section 33, to establish the interior cor
ners of said sections commencing precisely at
10 o'clock, A. M. when and where you may ap
pear, i. you see proper.
SAN' FORD GORDON.
Plymouth, Sept. 3 33 3t
JOB WORK done at thie cfiicc in the
scattV. ttvlc of the trt.
Not for racuv?..w
Its where queer advertkexe...
From the WLdgs and the Locos, .
the outs; '
The number cf vote.', each pirty hath pallid
Auctions and failure?, a:d arr;s to b3 sold.
Hov often piu-e ere open ihe door.
To read the auve:ti.-e:iie;:t.s over over
tor ti.e v-alb ai.1 the shu.t:c:. , .vULi.i and
Are fully leferei, arDunl a:
a.- aS -a, .
For snle, c:di r.ad rte, v.-;.rf--cr y rx p:ca:e
Es ne wly hid, fresh butter ar.d cheese,
Dry goodi tin i hardware, p-.-tus.i :i.l j rain,
Glassware and chins, f:arvreii c::J pH". ".,
Candies aul raiiins. tai-.-ra:u?, r.o'i.sca
Castors, l-::npr, t.dall oihcr klassfc;
Drugs and tob-icco, : usr and f;-h
F.r caih very low whatever yxi wish
Throw open ti e 'oor, and vc:i;u:e w-ithia
The Tele.-r?r:i cflhs ii the:? tole :-ec.
A black lockiru-i'ove, i'oxe be-i.cs r. chnir,
With three or four lou.v,e-: rdreaV t tine.
For this Cou-le s Store thoaü u time is :-;o
To tell yea o-te hal of ti e wa fers I oa ht
Its here ttetnechaiiht fi:ils toco tJ his l a il
And the anr.tr his also or tillin;; ti.e Ur i,
: is here t":e trood daiav so frugal and thr.Vr;
Miihes sale forthe butter and eggs cf her h-vip.',
Wi;h r;ii eye to the mi. thaut? tue lu:. -
She tu;; he:'i the wantc of each r:sy che.kcd
Cuys r;r:;.":i lor ihe beys w;;h enc iu:t of
roanr.ver ior rncciingand dress t:p ?nd v::IVmz
Our show cae ilkd up, i.i a 1 ;'L:a:.t am
Still holds on t:.c counter its al'.f.e;i:v; sway,
A large assemblage ot nic'-c nncks ana uyi,
Doll's heads fur the irU, a:id f.ii hcolao f-r
Soap for their dadci-;-r, wi.h merits so f.ush
Bat no siiüViiu' here, withov.: ra-cr or bruib
The r!.0;j we r.o"v sn-.-ak of no viU.?i.e or to vn
Hath eer a sho; to compare with our owv..
Though liov.iii'.y i s mien ar.d rustic its gii.ee
t is r.everthtless a pro:iii;n.nt p.-ice,
t serves fcT a Telegraph oiucv re.td.r.j rotm
With goods Loth domestic, and fotelgn and
'Tis the general Exchange, for whatever ycti
The place or the bargains the focus for news.
And by some chance it should burn cr llov;
Alas! or the village, oh! alas! for the tovp.;
The whole country round would Lc ioit :a
Man, woman and boy dress in crape thirty days.
Yours truly, J. C.
Plymouth, Aug. 20th, .S5., 3itf.
Lime for Sale.
IN a fcv.' weeks we will have a i.-irrc rtin
tity of Ltu.e on hand and for toio, at tVc
former residence of . N. Lesh, which we wi.1
warra.il i0 be of tood quality.
. N. I.E-J:,.....
Plymouth July SOth, U5 i . ro25 2rp.
JAMES H. CASE,
ficslice oft lie Peace
Office one doer Ncrta of J, L. We-tcrve!t's
Store, and cue door South cf II. B. Pershtnir's
Driiir Store. All orders prompt!; attended to.
May 5ih, 1S5I, i.o id tf.
DOCTOPv T. A. LEMON, c:7crs his ser
vices, pressio.ialiy, to ti e ci izjr.s cf
Marshall county ir.teivlir.s: to dtvo:e h:s t;rr.e
strictly to the practice of .Medicine, i i its va
rious branches and becc:r.e r. pern &fenr cit
izer. amotu yu; he respectfully ask?, and ex
pects to receive, a liberal shnre of pa-rin?c.
OFFCE At I). Deni'.n-'s DrujSt:re, where
he n;ay be found at ait tiiues, cucepi when
Calls promptly attended to, dry c: rrgl.
Plymouth, Ja., May 2S, 133!. i9.f
DR. H. BIT 0 WIT,
ILL attend to the poetic? if rtf
in all it various lorms. Al.-o on h-nI
a pood Flec'rical Marliir.e for the cu-& ef
Ilhf nir.aMm and Nervous tttsenser, pcnct. v.
OFFICE one doer South ot J.L.Weite;-Yei.,
Plyxcouth, May 5th 'ol, nolG-!y.
THE DUNHAM HOUSE.
"HE subscriber havr-;: le.-f d for a 4crtn cf
venrs, the above H .ue. ?r.Ve. u-A iret!i-
cd of informing the Tra l.:..r u'. 1 c t! at cn
Mondav the 12th day of Mcv he in ends
opening the same, fot their aCi-on: iiioda : iou.
Wm. M. DlNHAM.
May 6th, 1S3!, ICtf.
I'R customers bavin? taken awev tl c l.n.r-
üis. hal; of our Sluing Stock ct tJools,
they will treatiy obliire in by calling and tak
ing the residue. A sale of S000 worth in nine
ty days, ii s-u re priof of Ijip prices, Ju.-t re
ceived a ..ev supjily o: pap r and twine, and
Coys ready to dothein up to suit buv.r-u
POMEUOY ä Co.
Plymouth, July Ith iS3i.
TIME ! .' TIME ! ! .'
A few doz. fifteen dollar clock?, can 1
had foi ?5 a piece at
May 15, 18-31. WI1EELHRS.
IN pursuance of an crdr of tic Probate
Court of the county cf Marshal Fiatp ofr.l..
made at the .uut term thereof. 1 v. i'j ort", r
for -ale rdlthe real o tn'e cf which Ji.hn Ast
ley was fized at his decease, c nsis- cf ti.e
N V P wtst nl the Michisau mad in Stc. no.
4, T33,K2 E. also lot b'3 and tl.e lu Min;-
therton i:i the town of Plymouth, nl otbe E P
of 'heNW quarter of Sect. 74, an. I ti e N u
qunrero,rN W quartei ot sa ne ect.
I West. will hold the taid ileal F.. tn'c i.t
private snle until ti e lvxh day of Not.mbcr
next, and if not sold before the wid 70th day
o Nov.,, aforesaid at private sale, I v.-.il ou
said day offer said LVal Estate at public sale at
the DunfiRin 7oi;sein Plyniou'h, upon ti eiol
iowin? terms to-wit in six, twelve and t icblce a
months from theu&y uf sale, by the purchaser
civing his note wuh pcod freehold Kctunty,
waving valua ion and appraisement laws, lor
further information enquire of
W. M Dl Nil AM, Adm'r.
of the Estate of John Artie y, dee d..