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mm m O t 9 KAMES of OYVNEES. DESCRIPTION a 5 Y k NAMES of TOWNS. o u o -- r o i o - -. s-3 s o tt a s a 3 c -. 3 5 -5- 2 c C 0 a 3 n NORTH TOWNSHIP, NO. (Concelu.U from 4th page.) Stuck Morris Sutton Peter Thayer -Yo es Redoing Joseph Redding Matthias Smith Elisaphet True blood Ephrim Wiieaiou Jo: eph same Wills Asa estate 27 C 273 :;; II iM 313 3.0 31 n Ii f n w w M R it e qr s Li n eqr e M It e 'if n e qr n w s w qr w hf ne qr neue lots . it 2 n w qr u e e 6 3 4 35 31 Vi 33 3 7 31 Ü do 2 31 2 do 2 do 2 do 5 31 t s- S do 31 '2 122 Vi7 (i7 SÜ 4U 81) 4Ü Öl 1ÜJ 4ü 52 44 43 63 3G3 9 10 5 75 11 85 310 G 9,1 3 11 5 07 J23J 2 83 3 42 C 23 1UJ 20 4 t 2 50 22 91 to 15 55 i 31 16 S'J 3 12 l 50 4 62 3 34 i 52 4 b0 150 3 61 3 o.l 6 71 240 ü 30 5 37 j i 67 80 1 7U i 5 3 22 POLK TOWNSHIP, No. 8. Ah El jah R an w qr n e qr Baker John & others i( c hf s w qr n.iley Vli ty W 13 w hf s e qr Tentlv Eli 2o s eqr B.ntly Henry W 2 n w n w qr Bowman L II .7 s w qr Brown Henry J 3 w hl s cqr Catuck Isaac ses w qr Childs Edward H 51 n w qr Pou-las David f; c l.f s c qr Eels' Simeon Ji whfiiwqr Gordon Lot JR w hf e qt Jewel Jesse 13 n w c qr John. on John n0 ehieqr Lemerit L'oyd u; e hi s w qi Martin James IT I e hf n e qr May J" n 177 " xv qr Same 17:; w hf n e qr Miller Christopher ip.'j c hf Mccarty Fletcher uo. s w qr Packard Ashy ',-21 hi s w qr I'aron Nchemiah 2 i & e qr 11 e qr Riddle Henry ' I I e l.f n e qr Sylvester Seymour yI s e qr Shcrililf Timothy .'J2 w I s w qT SrcvensSC -hl w hf 11 e qr Shidler David 24." w hf s w qr Trout Davj-.l 271 c- hr 11 e qr Trout Phillip 272 w hf n e qr Aalk-r JmI.u's heiri i l wh s w qr ZiUrJohn '1'0 el.fiv.-qr 2 31 3 1 35 3- 3 2 do 31 3i vo d 27 d) 31 do ! 31 27 3 31 do 3i tlo 4 31 4 do i23 3. i do 2.' 2 K.t 2! 0 l!l 31 4 do 27 3' I J do Ö 31 2? 3i 23 do 3 J lo do do Ö 31 3J 35 1 41 75 P7 1 7 , G7 3 39 1 80 3 12 381 ß OS I M) l.,J 5 3i 21-, 7 47 1 4-0 ß 31 7 13 81 1 3 10 Iii 2 3 4 9J 1 IJd ifj 51 73 4 4 1 50 1 1 1 8) ) 3 1 4 41 7 53 1 H ßj I 51 1 21 2 8 1 I'il 3:) 6 51 4 4' II 01 1 UO j. mi 3 1 3 70 G 82 I 17U 2 3 !H 6 2i 1 J: 1 j 3 1 01 G lj I 40 71 1 51 1 43 ö 0l 1 ho 01 341 3 41 (i 3 1 1 fr 13) 3 1 2 73 5 3 1 to 210 3 1 : 77 6 J 1 1;0 fij Ü 3) G 71 13 0 1 1 f 1) 3 -t 3 70 G 3- 1 32 61 I 1 1 0i U 77 21 H 1 1!) 4S) ; 7l 5 9 1 Ci 1 cJ 1 J 17 3 3 " 20 3' 1 40 7!, y y , j 71 l( fi3 1 120 3 12 3 4 2 6 C1 I ltu 2 rt ) 4 41 9 ll 1 lia 3 12 2 0 5 1 1 ü 13 3 12 3 42 0 ri 1 fJ 100 5 31 2 5) 7 1 - 32 4 7 10-2 1 J",, 219 3 4 7 3 0 1 . , 1 i ) ß ) ) 2 0 ! 3 0 1 bJ 1 i0 Z 6 J 2 70" 5 i2 AH3IL') EESISTAME TO SLAVE CATCHERS! Southern Traffic keis in Blood! TAKE HEED! 7n the rrcreu name of Ilumani.y, we ear nestly call upon the FRIENDS OF LDERTY thro tehout the world, and fervently implore HAS pot home from NEW YORK, and cIom alerhim cotre tuml-ling alone ty Ra:l Road Express, TONS and CORDS of the choi cest and cheuptst GOODS ever brought to Ply mouth. e cannot enumerate, nor is it neeary; for the reorde and the "rest of mankind ever human crealurej upon the slier of whose ! have only to see and hear the price when they hear, there burns one si-ark of veneration lor ; will Luand to awav satisfied that '.Yhi-eler'.- the ..iccless l oon of j is, indeed, the plac-to traJeif vou desire to save from 1U to 5'J jcr cent 0:1 your jurcha ses. His stock of DRY GOODS. UNTRAMMELFD FREEDOM, tor? sea voice in ihe reneral shout, now suhüue 1, only to burst upon the appilicd varo. the ST. AVE OWNER, with a len-fild riu.shinr fufc 1 pt nvr-rv ! man .ehje uncompromising hostility to the Gl'OCCriCS, Hardware, Crockcn. ; . a : . -. - i . . . : H L actnieiiU, u.e l.is c ff rts to do cat its UARMARUL'S DECREE- mS. AND S22DI3 . , HATS AND CAPS, Let l.mswe.u by the hallo 1 re:ne -n!erane ot hi. fe-ho.i ly ancestors, his uus crt iuS leal y 1 J;ann le f u scJ in ü. Juül or totLoi. declaration, that 1 -.t .-:.. v- '.i ,.. uvu(..v-.....v. . ..-.- rLfe. "All lTen arc Created Tree and Equir." ;e ha. ciio atout FOUR CORDS of .Ready Blade Clothing. anl avowme in tJ e broad face of Heaven Iii? t t Ti.TJI.rliAiil.. 1 . . . - . I iv u Hi 1 ton's ti o t lu,J-sl :u,ra us which J-e wiU fcl1 5:0 cheap as to "U.af the liw, uhKh lastens the fetters 011 the huera ; f t....i:. 1 DEMAND 1T6 REPEAL! T V. i vi t -v 1- I . 1J r,uj on your wives ana caughters, and i with them, your the puruit of heppi-' the Dedar- 8 AW LOGS, HAGS. lies" as L'uaraiited :o all men by ation o. inuepenilen re, and to ASSIST THE CAP i'VE in his eff rts to c.istoif H e manmlis by law, andtlie tyr.nit '.viil of a MERCILESS MASTER. Let him record his o -th on ti e same na-e of hi Country's o: Hi.tory w.ich rec U'its ihe "V'R custn bri.ht deeds of Lis revolutionary sire.-, re- i V get half of our Spring Sfck of Gools, .olved to üe " Aid and corn'on" to the pm- they will greatly oblire us 1 V calling andtak- j i n? füll te, an 1 a dg s etlh ta his Lruial ; nig tne rcMune. as. leoi juju worm in mne pu. suers.' i ly days, is s-ure proof c( low nrices, Just re- The a' o'-e h te lan.-iinre sometimes tted fived a ..ew supply of paper and twine, and S and a Vttlc Money, and your hearts shall be rivitei; Plyäouih, Sept. 3, 185: 33 Cm Fortune Telling, ustnmers havine taken a wax te lar- STATE OF jyVIASA, MA U SUA L L c o us t r. ly ultra auti-ylavery advo-:a?e--, to show their j abhorrence o that peculiar iriiiitu ion, while I j others more mild, yet qui;e as hrm in tt.eirj ; opp i-ition, ad(j.t a more conciliatory tone. Another clas oc( u,.y a stricily nentr.il ground, i upon the prinnpl. lhat there are men enou-h ! in the rouutryto .'utile, that vexations qu.es- J 110:1 without the.r aui; anions this class, oc- j lOUIUl nii- miX IXCtf AD FAR FAMED Loys ready to dotLem up to suit buyers. POMERUY t Co. riymou4.h,July 4th IS51. SS: I THOMAS McDONALD. Auditor in and for .aid County, do ib (nr-pcminc is a 1 nrrrct list of Land? ami Tt.wn Lots Delinquent, for non-Davin nt f tuxes, due vn IVtfs ' - - - ft lb50. and lli;it :be same are severally 1 hargable with the amount 01 taxes, with they liercbv certify, lhat tlum fcr li e year fctuiul cbargtd, cn .aid list. GivcJ under my luud, Nov. 12, 101. THOMAS McDONALD. Auditor Marshall County. w'.R ! r Ceded hi sto:k you NEW GOODS! 1851 lias just Teccivel his :j 1-n-li-l Stoi-k of Fall and AVinter Goods, f'onsistins 'f evtry thinu' that or wi:-hel :or in his line. In will find sa.cict:SÄi: Molasses and Muar, Clin- er um !'epp. r, Coff.e and Tea, Spire and Hiik-ra'.u A Lar:e Asscitoiit of Ilurilwiuf, lorTet Knives and Table Spoons. Scissors and Sad Irons, Loir. Chains and Gate llinjte, Ruits. Screws and Door Latches, Hunters Ilatr-hets and Fryin.' I'ans, Shoe Rrr.sl.es and C.irrv "ini'!S, C. if M il.-, .V:e?, and aliiio.-t tVcrything el.-e. .iv j W Madder and hn-'Wdo I, Alu n and Copers liidito. of the best HOOKS AM Srr.-TIOIKEISY. School Books ol all antj Mips, qu;;li y, Au:ri.un"ill"n, 1 e', always. 3 of the kinds, rriner. and Tales for chiblren.and ihterest ing ljoks for every one. Alpacas and Rtrsinv, 1'auton Flannel and Caiicncs, DeLf.ii.es and D uble Milled Salinetts, and filü riuli t'aos ana SiIk lia'.s, Tl. ;:le4enn l Corra, N'u i.jciJ-& f'nniphor, Cm!i ami Diaper, 1 ml le las and Over Shoes, T Kettle and S ielv:.rds. 1V! rSaui.el il.in-ey, rrds and llor.e l.a-iUt-, Ur in 1 f 'loths and J;iCO!: :k. Iron and Steele, Ilriss Kett!e Seaiideo R irs, Fr'niL-e, Rutions ior Drestes. and &c. fasMiiieres Poplins, Paris Plaids and Cot ton llofe, Ray State Shawls, at any price you w'i.nIi, Cal ami Stoa Roots, Ladies Doniietis and .Skirts, Gaiter- half Ga-'cr A l.iri? sisi't:nt?:it or READY MA DF CLOTHING, Consi llne o C.aNt Pants aul Ye ts, whir-h In; is bo'iiul to tell to low, as lo dt ty compe tition. Do not tonet to rail, and let your wives and daughters come with you, it xxill cost vow nothing to come and ee. J-;" Fetch a'.on' your con, Pier, Mink, and Muskrat Skins, Cash (Üum n:-, &c, and 1 w.ll not refu.e to credit .l men. JOHN L. WESTERYELT. Plymouth, Oct., 14th Ib51 3'Jtf. r . s h o w it 7 PHYSICIAN. WILL attend to the practice of medicine in nil its various lorms. Abo on hand a pood Electrical Machine for the cure- of RhenmatiMii and Nervous discuses fcneraliy. OFFICE one door Sou'.h ol J.L.X estervel. Store. . Plyiryjuth, May 5th '51, nolo-ly. " NOTICE IS hereby given that a writ of Domestic At t n.ent w.ts isMisd ly me James II. Case, one of the Justice.: o the Pear ein and orCen tac Township in the county o Mar hall, i.di ana, on the tli day f Octotcr, l-.r!. upon the affidavit of Elwan' Tihbitts I Starke county, and State aforesaid, a: ainst the . oods and chat lies ri'hts. credit?, moneys and effects of Joel Gil -onlale of said coun'.y, by vir ue of which writ the following de-cribed property was nt- 1cl,e. as the property, taid Jo.l'Julson t w:!: Five dollars s U e hallante of a j.mn;ent on Eso'r Ca es Docket.obtaineJ by James Thomp ron apainst Jo:eph Furry, garnishee vs Joel GiWn, and .Three dollars and for.y cents 111 cash, of James II. Caw, K. q'r, and that 011 Lie oth .lay of December I .' at 0 o'clock a. m. at my effif-c in sail Township 1 will proceed to bear and decide upon tu' , attachment und the .);i'ims o said crednofs. (Jivea under my hand and teaUth.s the Mth d..y of Nov. 1':. JAMES H. CA. E, Justice oS the Peace. j.r fe no . l-3v, PRINTING, in Colored Ink., done with neatness d K?-put:h at this Of- "Oh! Shame, where is thy blush?-' Y e i w.' read the infuriite appeil of men dvoiil o every principle ofll 1 r. of Con rate, of Humanity, "in? i'iiu' their ellowcreatures, more easily iaipre-'sed, but more deludabbr to s'cn. sfif bio I, o cannu'.; and of tel -sacri-H -e, under the holy name of Patriotism, we canu t cl.e'-k hc indinant blool that ruhe to ,ur cheek, i restrain the voice o; denunci ation against su-h miserable tri'.k'i'ers. The 1 wV) Wiul I mi-lei the weak-minded, but s'ro -licarted victims ofci;nN .SPECULATORS to their ruin and certa'-n death, and then "add insult to injury' by hol lim! out ilelr Lo.ter.ej as a means v .ereby to at" ai l S heir en li, de sjiv the fimo.K and the Ls , betowcl utio i the r dn;i -s. These rede i :s an 1 re mar'vs ;;,-; c-die I 'or-h by the a Iverli-emeut o a P. M. PyferiV C, w'.i s rive to cover u4) the d'. fi -:e:i iis of the scheme they n lver-ti.-c, an I avoid iuvo üija'ion, by parading in ce;i ivui to join the bloo 1-staine I e.cpelition to Cuba. That epe1it:o:i has been annihila te!, and t! e only p ty is that the plo'ter did not Miff.r the fate that befel the misguided par icipints. Asa further blind, they make a.i attack upon men as imrnea -lrably above the n in t il ine-, as the Cuban invaders were below the m in can ion. To do this, they state thaiJ. II. HALL & Co., CrscwxTi, Ohio, are n-l connefte 1 with J. W. . laury V Co., Riltitnore, living thereby an inference that the fotmer !nve clamela connection xvitli the latter. The inference i as f.ile as the fa.t ti cytry o cstablith J. II. HALL & Co., ar" o:' tie a-eats or connected in my w:y with J. W. Miu.y V Co., anl if as Mr. Pyfer ?ay . Ae is an a.-eut of thrir. then J. 11. Hxix Sc Co. icunlJ n i be agents, or co inee'e J with t' em, in any harpor manner. A Sci.eme is 0 parndeda a -pe nnen f Pyfer ä Co.'s liberal::)'. We ins. rt one l.-ere, the sin tllett n of.-r u n e I'', an 1 we de y Py cr and Co, or any 0 her "Co.," to eqti il it xx'iih their hr- in po ut of Fa. a. ks,! Amol xt of Pa z1:.,! or of Eiil AI. DlSTU'lil TION.! They further off r a reward ofSIi" " to any per on who will prove they exer Teceixed o; J. If. Ilw.. A: Co., a prize of-. I'X'0. WE ACCEPT TtlE CI JALLENHE'!! 1 et Mr. P. M. Pyfer .V Co , or any o. the r backers, deposit in any Hank in the Cnited Sia'es the amount named, and w '. Will Provk to the satis a' tio i of any three jude', one to be named by P. M. Pyfer & Co, one by us and the third by the other two, that within three hi 3th s wo have paid a prize of 850JO! to as "re pctable" a farmer as live- in the cuuds ol theSia e of Ohio. He dare theste. b-landeres to rai. e the money, and abide ale if v.-e ial, we will pav a for tit of 5J.jt')0ü! to be deposited in the 0. 110 Lirr Ixscrancf. and Trim. Co. Bxvk, in Cincinnati, he fore the examination is maJe, ami to le held subject to the or !er of the three judei- We will futhergive a reward of $10 000 to "any respectable" per.-on whe will produce a customer of P. M Pyfer ACo.'s, but uot W. Maury Sc Co.'s, as they tncy have sol i a prize $0 mtll 111 r, "ichoecer drew or dere ted in c 1.7, or it e'juictUnt, S,0 0, in any of their lotteries." Liiiiortc Book Bindery. T IHE subscribe r takes this method of inform J ing tie citizens 01 Plymouth, and sur rounding country that he is prepared to do cv trv description ol work at mo crate jirices. IL R. I'KHSliNCi, Aent for Plym nilh, to whom may be entru.te J all orders for me. JAMES MERCURY. l.aporte, Sept. 3. 1831 33 ly OCTOR T. A. LEMON, offers his scr- GROCERIES. 1S51 0. II. P. BAILEY. J VM. TKOWBRIEGE BA1LKY & TROWBRIDGE, BAYE just opered a lare and fplendid StO' k of ver offered in this tern. We give great in ducements on the TEA TRADE, an ar;b le usually sold for one dollor, we will s 11 for seven shillings, and tu.ar at 8 to 10 and "'2 cents, Prime Molasses fjr four shillings l e" ollon, Prime it to correc for one shilling an f Caudle TOBACCO, o'the best qnali y "or Chewin and smoking, also, a tip top Cijrar, and some of thoe nice Cheroots, Nubs (cheaper than ever,) of all kinds, Rai -ins, Fis, COIMFECTIONARIES, in abundance, nice and pretty and oh! how irrer so say the girls. OYSTERS. We are rece:yin? direct by Stajre. three times per xveek and the way we do sell aint shte if you don't believe it come in tome even-ntr and try a di.h times. EATABLES are on hand at all times, im. ici ..-i 11 l.ll. EXCHANGE AND LOTTERY BR0XEH5, P. m. PYFER & Co. ?8 Superior tlrcct, Clearhmf, Ohio. j Who are actively engage 1, t nj an i night, in selling to every iectiou of the country, an ar ray of SIIIDiD PKI3ES. j that far excel even their oxvn wildest concep- tions of the success of their world renowned i firm. Who paid in October, in prize money SÖ5, 719? P. M. PYFER cc Co. Who tell and pa-, ar n tally, mill ons of dollars? P. M. PYFER (Nc Co. Who pay their prizes promptly, initold? P. M. PVFLK& Co. P. M. PYFER & Co. j Who .3 the heaviest ot:ery Lusiuess in the i world? P. M. PYLER&Co, Who tell the mo A prizes? A. M PYFER Co. THE DUNHAM HOUSE. Ml ''HE subscriber haxin leased foi X yesrs, the above Ibu-e, takes for a term of this meth od of informing ti e Travelin? public that on Monday the 12th dv of May, 1-51, he intends f opening the same, tor their accommodation. Wm. M. DUNHAM. M?y Gib, 1S51, lGtf. W. G. Pcmcrov, John B. Xiks P03IER0Y & NILES, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. riymjiit.'i, Indiana XVlLh attend to all pro.essio.val bc.int.ss entrusted to them, in the Marshall Circuit and Profite Courts. May 23, l S3 1. n!9 !y. Land for Sale. "IjOR sale on rdvantaceous terms, the West I half North West i Sec 2 Town 33 Ranee Two, coataininsr SO ar -res The X I N E i of Sec 29 T 33 R 2 cont.iinimr 80 acres, situated six miles South of Plymouth. Aiso, S W I of N W i and N W i o S W i o Sec 8 T 33 acres, lyuitt lo miles the county line adjoiii- Who have an iiiirneu-e coun'.x bu -iitess? P. M. PYFER & Co Who admitted twenty veirs nz't, that the oil edabli.hed and fur lamed prize firm of P. contautin- :3J lb- UJ Wetof Plyrnouti), 0:1 ! iii Starke county. j For Information inquire of W. CPomeroy, of 1 Plvmonth. or ot the u nil eröffne 1 at Lanorte. Titles unquetioiialle. A. . MATTHEWS. Oct. Mth 1831. 33 3m. .t r . - . v' 1 '-iv. w unit iU -iiJi I'liii'.. llilll Ul I .r one shilling per pound, Mackerel for x . M. Vyict & Cjf lLesvl ;id lAulh,rlscl L(tt. nd one fourth cents per pound, Layout wv Asett.St) ,.0)A tlAon iestroll o lain0, ,,r ayi,e. -l CCntS i,ert)?uu,, and occt.piel the mast prominent portion in Indies lor one shilling per pound. lliC mind? 1 1 Ea.juraiiiiT zi ult EYERY BODY. 1! HiiaJreJs 3Idc Ilith. Yite.s the fruits 0 ' orders. Friends in tlie o un-t it cmie 0:1! We have on file at our uesy ofli e, all piid at figit. Otic Prize of s.CWO sent to udiana. vll-- I 1 u 1 , r n acill. IU lyllil'a'O. One Pr zo ol . 5,l'i'0 .ent to Lake Co. O. Two Prizes of. I U,C0U sent to Illinois. One Prize of S 0,i.MJ.-.eut to Pickaway-Co. O. Four Prizes of S3.Ü: 0 tent to .Uleii Co. O. Seven Prizes o; S2,0 0 e:lt to Montpeli.r, nd. J . We only ak one order to prove conclu- MORE NE V GOODS. CARTER'S & CLEVELAND; Are now receivine a larie supply of SUM MER CLOTHING, of' all QUALITIES, which they will SELL at very LOW PRICES! e iria:i A larce addition 01 C OTT OX AXD LIX L'xY GOODS forMeti's and R.y' SUMMER CLOTHIXG; ALL at very LOV VltlCLS. Plymouth May l, 1S5I. nl9tf. CARTER'S &CLEAVELAND I'tl'rvtAH!. II Ul'JLlLiI, Take this public opportunity of thankine Also SARDINES ready at all j siveiy that there is a manical influence in our all their friends and customers, for the large ol I and xvorld rciiown.d a .ency, that will share 01 conti ence and patronage which have RET CRN THOCSAXIXS FOR SMALL I leen eMended to them for the last ten years, Ot'TLlYS land hope that by FT Try the Sohea.ej lor' November, and! Fuir n? and a Stfady Course. ..... ,... Tu Tm iiuA Iiivinsc thrv vi!1 still rniitiniie ' - I ri a w . - f .-.-, ---..---. v . . -. -v N0tlC8 DRILL ANT LOTTE'tEFD.I NOV. 183.. 1 Date Capital No.Rillets Price o Price of Nov Pirzes Tickets 1 SHUXlü 73Nos. 12drn 610 t-g-bO the Land Owners o? Fection 1. T 3! & R :t E. Ion are hereby notified that the County Surveyor pursuant to my npplira tion, will at ' o'clock in the morninsr, of the rth day of December, 1 Hö I, proceed to lota-e the corners to my land, V to subdivide the section, to which your lands is adjoining, when and where you may attend, i vou see proper. L. M. HOWLS Plymouth Nov. 3, 1831. 4, :iv. ROCHESTER I to merit &. receive favors of ail purchasers of 3 C,M0 13 I 2',0.0 00 3 lO.tCO Ii 6 3ono,o:o 73 7 8 10 11 ;0 13 for 1) vices. iro:ession;illv, to tlie citizens of Marshall county iii;eiidiii.s; to devo e his time ttrirt.'u to the practice of Medicine, in its va rious 1 ranches and become a permanent cit izen iimotip' you; he respectfully asks, and ex pects to receive, a liberal share of patronage. OFFCK At 1). Deining s Oru Store, where Ire may be found at all times, except when absent professionally. Calls promptly attended to, d-irp or n;ght. r.ymouik, a , Hi) 1?, 1831, JW By T. HITCHCOCK. Rochester, Indiuna. 1 8 5 1 ftFPil PRICES REDUCED!!! LEWIS A. JOSEPH, T ESPECTFI LLY tenders his thanks JLV the liberal pa ronagc heretofore bestow ed upon him, and beg leave to state that he s ready lo e . all orlifj for xvork, that pertains to the CABINET BUSINESS, in a neat and workmanlike manner, promptly and at prices toit the times. STAM)S, it uiu: A US, HOOK CASES. TABLES, CUPBOARDS, BUD STEADS, Ac, y--, 4-c. And every variety of Cabinet ware will be made to order at his shop, in a style that cannot fail to please customers. C O F F I N S . made to order on short notice and on reasona ble terms. L. A J. will devote strict attention to bnsi ness, and hope, by his endeavors to plea.'c all who may favor him with their work, to merit a liberal share of public pa.ronage. Plymouth, May 7th, 51. 110 10 ly 24 23 2 27 2S 29 2iVi 0 73 4 5. .00 7i 2?,S 73 20,00 1 73 rO.'MiO 73 5, COO 7i 18,000 7S 3 ,0! 0 73 iS.OCO f'" 23.CJ2 18 31,873 73 20,000 73 3 of 13,00 ) 7S C0,0'J0 73 23,000 73 2 5,30) 73 33,0'X) 73 0,OHK) 73 5.CO0 73 4i.',C00 73 The price o; 44 44 I I 44 44 14 12 11 2 ll IG 12 13 12 15 13 11 12 1 1 15 13 13 12 14 13 '4 :2 15 13 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 44 8 5 10 5 5 15 8 5 10 5 4 10 8 5 10 5 5 20 8 5 10 5 4 10 V7c respectfully invite all persons looking for To call and loook at ourstock before purchas iiii eLc'.vhtre. P k ps. 537,00 13,00 37.50 33,00 5S::5S e.irtcr.o ClcaUrlau a 40,50 j T I AVE bittly received, and are still receiv 29,50 j IJL imr a 1 ire stock of I S,75 1 TV'JS-,,51l,, C3CBCDinSj 37,00 ; Making onr a.vsortmeut and usual variety large 1G.5 1 I and full, to wit 15,fMi 39,00 25,73 17,5) 3V0 17,50 18,73 71,00 2S.00 i 17.50 j 33.00 i 20,(0 12,50 37,50 JOB WORK, clone at tin. oilice 111 the Bit.st Ptyk üf th art. Packages of Quarter Tick et- only is advert ed boxe. !H The Managers Printed Drawings, endor. e ed iy tne Counuissbiiicrs appoiutel (for this purpose) by the Ciovtrimr of Virginia, are in ail cases sent to our coirespondciits. Letters always strondy anl carully realed. Ti.e purchasers of Packages of Tickets .cl dom h;ve more than si chances against their drawing in a Package any othe capital Prizes, and one Package may draw lourot the highest Prizes. Two -tinrJs of the Prizes are told in Packiifes of Ticke's. ijj Pie.ise oriler a lew days before the Lot teries draw. All Order, punctually answered by the re um mails. Peroii- at a distance who wish "Foriune Ituckled 0-.1 their Rack-," will find that it is only iitcessary to enclose the price as laid doxxn in the above schedule, lor a Package or -ingle Ticket to the Truly Fortunate, Far Famed und Old Established llou-e of ,1. PYFER if- Co. No. 33 Superior Street, Cle aveland, Ohio. FLOUR! FLOUR!! A good article 0 Flour on hand which I xvill .ctl c heap. ALSO. Kuck.-wln.-at Flour or sale bv JtflES CANNON, DRY GOODS, LAWNS AND CALICOES, of new and beautiful styles Rennets and Rib bons, English and French of the latest fashions. MMXER, FAM'V Aü 15KESS SHAWLS, LACES, CLOVES, AXD ottou summet iSoolr, BROAD CLOTHS, Sati ne tfs.Casimcres, Shirting, Sheeting. Palm, Leghorn and Far Hats, cr xa a t5 ü "3kv" .tv a ü in : Of all kinds Hütts an l Screws, D(or Handles, i POCKET-KNIVES, KNIVES AND FORKS Locks of all kinds, Nails, Iron, Crockery, Leather, Indigo, Madd.r, Copperas, Alum, BOOTS & HOE, Of all kinds, for Men, Women and Children, 44 I 2 13 SSfi Si 13 St 0 Of nil kinds, (except liquors,) besides other ' O CD i In great variety, which we will sell as CHEAP as can be sold in the State of ndiana, as our lacilities of obtaining Coo ls, are equal to any. WANTED, n Deer Skins, Beef Hides, Calf SkmS Furs. Snake Root, Ree sWux, Wheat, Com, and Money, in exchange for Goods and on ac count; and they Pay Cash in part for all the a bove articles. CARTER'S iV CLEVELAND. Plymouth Marshall county, May 14, oM. 5Ö"ÖÖ1 Jwill rive tbe highest price for atiy nmler of Oak, Poplar, Walnut, or Cherry Sax Logs, ddixeied in Plymouth. A. L. WHEELER, ri'mcuu:, AprU 10th, 1501. 13J, Fcr the Eemcval and Fennanent Curt of all !lIVOi;S DISEASES, And of those Complaints which are caused Ly an impaired, weakened of unhealth condition of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. This beautiful and convenient application of the mysterious powers of Galvanism and Mag netisrn, has teen pronounced by disticjuished physicians, bcti in Eu opc and ir. the Unitc-l States, to be the most valuable u:euiciiil covtry of the Age. Dr. ChristlVs Calranic Belt and MAGSETIC FLUID, Is u-ed with the most per ect andecr'ain uc cess in all cases ot General Debility, strength ening the weakened boiy, giving tone to the various organs, and invigorating the entire sys tem. Also in Fits, Cramp, Pars'iy:? and Pal.y . py.pcp-iaor ndieiion. Rheumatism, Acut and Chionic, Goute, Epilepsy, LtimbaD, Dcat iies, Nervous Tremors, Palpitation of the Heart Apaplexy, Neuralgia, Peius ia the Side and Chest, Liver Co.plaint, Spinal Complaint ami Curvature o the Spine. Hip C-irij lninr, Disease of the Kidr.cyr, Deüeiency cfNtrvous and Physical Energy, and all Nervous Diseases, which complaints arise :r::n o:ie simple cUi namely: A DERANGEMENT OF THE NER. SYSTEY. n Nervous Complaints, Drus and Medicines increase the disease, for thev v taken the vital energies o the already prostrited system; while under the strenthenin, iife-iving, vitalitine influence of Galvanism, as applied by this beau ti ul and wonder ul discovery, the exhausted patient and weakened sufferer :s restored to for mer health, strength, elasticity and vigor. Tfc great peculiarity and eceilen.ee cf Dr. Christie's Gakauic Cuttiti.ct, Comi-ts in the fact that they arrest and cur di;ca;es by outward ftppiieation, :n place oülh usual mode of druii:. and physicking the pa tient, tiil exhausted. Nature sinXs hopelessly uni'ertheinfiiciion. They strengthen the whole systesr., equalita the circulation of tie blood, promote the secre tions, and never do the slightest injury under any circumstances. Since, heir ii;trodut:on ia the United States, onlv three years since, more than 70,000 l'ci-soiiH, including all a?es, c las.1 es and conditions, a mon? which xvere a lanre nnrnber ol ladies, who are peculiarly subiect to Nervous Comulainta. have been ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY CURED, when all hope of relief had been given up. and everything eis be.n tried in vaiut To illustrate the use of the Galvanic Belt suppose the c-se of a peison afllicted with that bane of civilization, Dyspepsia, or auy other Chronic or Nervous Disorder, in ordinary cases stimulants are taken, which, by their action on the nerves and muscles o"the stomach, afford temporary relief, but which leave the patient in. a loxver state, and M-ith injured faculties, after the action thus excited has ceased. Now com pare this with the effect resulting from the ap plication of the Galvanic B-lt. Te a Dys peptic sufferer, even in the worst symptoms of an attack, and simply tie the Belt around the body, usiiifr the Magnetic Fluid as directed. In a short period the insensible perspiration will act on the positive c lernen ( f the Belt, thereby causing a Galvanic circulation which will pas on to the negative, and thence back again to the positive, thus keeping up a continuous Gal vanic circulation throughout the system. Thus the most severe cases of Dysnepsia are penna nt ntly cured. A lew days is amply sufficient to eradicate the diseas. of years. STRANGE ENOUGH! To D. C. Moreuead, M. D. have disposed of all the Galvanic Belts with the exception of to, and the results hare been mo.t successful, beg you will send me a new .upply immediately. A young man in a town adjoining had been out of health for a Ions time, and unable to do any work at all. Ho tried the"Rciulars" until they completely phys icked his pockets as well as his system. Ho then concluded to try a licit, and his parents and friends legged him to take 01T the Belt said it would make him worse, &c, but he kept it on and the next day xveut to haying, and has work edhard every day since. Yours truly, A. J. SMITH. Bristol, N. ll, September 13, 1S30, Dr. Christie's Galvanic Xccküce Is nsed for all complaints affecting the Throat and Head, such as Bronchitis, nil am at ion of the Throat, Nervous and Sick Headache, Dizzi ness o the Head, Neuralga in the Face, Bux zing or Roaring in the Ears, Deafness, which is generally Nervous and that distressing com plaint, called Tic Dcloreux. Dr. Christie's Galvanic Bracelets Are round of vast service in cases of Convul sions or Fits, Spasmodic Complaints, and gen eral Nervous Affections of the Head and upper extremities. Also in Palsy and Paralysis, and all diseases caused by a deficiency of power or Nervous Energy in the limits of other organs of the body. ICr Many hundred Certificates from all parts of the country ot the most extraordinary char acter can be given, if required. O No trouble or inconvenience attends th use of Dr. Christie's Galvanic Articles, and they may be worn by the most feeble and delicate with perfect ease and safety. In many cases the sensation attending their ue is highly pleas ant and agreeable. They can be tent to any part of the country. P R ItJc S : The Galvanic Belt, Three Dollars. The Galvanic Necklace, Two Dollars. The Galvanic Bracelets, One Poll. The Magnelifi Fluid, One Dollar. O The articles are accompanied by full snd plain directions. Pamphlets wiiti till particu lars may be had of the authorized Aceat. PARTICULAR CAUTION. ITT Beware or counter'eits and worthless im itations. P. C. M0REHEAP. M. D. General -iccU Vr hc United States. i2 Brordway New York. For sale by H. R. PERSHING, sole Arni for ! Marshall County, nli.ma. f riyma-'.h, As;, fcih, Ilil, 31 ly.