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THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, Dec. 3, 1851. CCSA good industrious bor wanted at this office immediately to learn the prin- i HIT hll&lllPCC On0 nhmi 1 ,S nr 1 ft ron rs of a would hP referred 0 r Plank Roads. I Bend road from 83000 to 850DO of stock We have beer, waiting for a long time ! has been taken here, and laid unused for , r. ! , ... . lo fee some of our prominent citizens more than two years-while on the La - lake hold of the subject of Plank Roads; j portc and Rochester routes, no move at but there seems to'Jc an apathy existing, all has been made. If we go to Laporte, liut makes them apparently blind to their we have but nine miles of road to build, mnminMt anrl vital inlPrrsl. InLnn ti.pr Sil mpM nc V.UnU- ... a county located as this is, possessing the various and valuable feci lities for wealth und improvement, it does seem as though the people hadentirelyoterlookedor for gotten thejmost important means for their adraiKrCrnent.pIere we have a county containing a population of &000. "NVc have but une town in the county, and no other town within twenty miles of us, and no good market under forty miles. lu order to get to that market, we have to pass over somemost execrable roads ut all seasons of the year.wbich are eas ily bettered, and which we fail to make. n r fl.trt in xvliiln nur nffioliluirc arniiml DIM IIIUII Uli HIII1V WUI ll.ll,uvimuii ... . 1 1 Ulli iwuiaiia uii3 uiij v.iv. in trill u e t i '.l a r. I is are all awake to their own welfare,; . 1 ' of the time tied, and without fire. In i r,- , ... a . 9 ,1,-. to t,ie Legislature. j this situation she was foiced to remain ana ofiermg every assistance to us, that , , . , ,1. up to the time of her death; having no we can ask, and that needs only the tak- FIRE ! ! fo0(i allowed her except half a pint of cof- irg advantage of, to bring a market to our About 3 o'clock on Sunday afternoon, fee or mjik and a peice of cold bread e owi, düor.t It is acknowledged, that ta- j broke out in the second story of cry tlay. i ,c,uLrn,,nir wpI.-itp lhe best Dowen s bru k buld,S " some blocks No bed covering was allowed her in ken as a whole county, we have the best ofwood Uid wilh the brick in fhe wall anv wealher father than one scantv body of land in the State; and the divis-1 aml connecting with the flu of lhejqUt. The fiendish woman often amused io. s of timber and water, wet land and I chimney, which takeing lire, communi-, herself by beating the child in the most tlrv, is such, that anv man can locate i cated the flame to the wash-board nailil horrid and outrageous manner, and on an himself to theW.particular notion.- !10 tbem.on i3icl- next the floor; the olher occasion compelled another child u . , f , , nt ! t011 bt?inS filled with boxes of glassware ; to choke her umil she was black in the I.,uber is cheap aJ .till market could, elc. aml lhfc straW used in packing, was face. She was CO.ltinuallv forceing her belouud lor" larger .quan'.ities than we soon lilted with a sheet of fire which: l0 eat rotten fruit and vegetables of vari- can'now supplvend would command a ! spread oier the greater part of the build- j ous kinds, together with other filth which j price that would be within the reach of!ine. dog damage to the building and j it wouu 110t be seemly to discribe.j -il 1 rPtfT.ml n fair profit to the ' tü lne amount of about 1 00 doU ! Sometimes she would fasten the little all, and yet .afford a fair profit to the , Wc undelaniuhe house wCS in-j creature under the kitchen floor and leave manufacturer. 1 our steam mill?, costing suredi bul the goods were nol. The office her there for hours. Other details were boOOO'each, would'make from Sä to $10 of the "WeeklyTimes, ' in an upp-ir room '. given which are too shocking for publi per'dav clear of expenses, and could find . of the same building, received consider- j cation. The poor little sufferer often .;1.l',.f,in o-,Mnftl nn In. nmt ' a ble l!a mage the loss wa s coverd by in- ujhed hvrsel f dead. On one occasion! I I III lV I 1 II will -vv O" ----- I stl! lumber at from 86 to SI 5, per thou-i mid t the mill. We cm raise from 2)0,000 to 200,033 bushels of wheat, and from 300,000 to 500.000, bushels of corn prr annum. Cattle can be raised and fa ted for the breeding at a mere nominal , cost, and any quantity of hngs with the sime facility. We haveir.cn here that ould butcher 1000 head of cattle if thev ! .t f,nm l A t. W could get them, at from 3 to 4 cents per jxnmd, and would dispose of any quanti ty ol hogs at the very highest market prices and par cash for it. They would buy all surplus grain, and wilh a little investment of capital, they could flour t-very bushel here. Send oft the flour, and bs able to pay Michigan City prices for grain. These as some of the most prominent features of advance, would be the result of ready outlets in the shape of Hank Roads, built at a comparatively trifling expense, and known to yield a dividend of profits from 10 to 20 per cent upon the capital invested, besides keep ing, the roads in iepair. But there are Many minor considerations to be taken mtoaaceunt, which, in the aggregate, a niount to a vast sum in the total of bene fits, and which onr people appear to have never thought of. Next week we shall endeavor lo present some of them. Mean time we wish to refer to a few of the of fers made to us. Michigan City is the only sea port in the State. Every citi zen in the State should feel it a matter of lhe utmost consequence to see it prosper as much as possible. She has built a jnost excellent plank road to Laporte or the ciiizens of both places have, and no one rretends to Question the fact of' its result being of incalculable benefit. Two immense Rail Roads, running paral lel, one through the City, the other thro' Laporte, together with the lakes, offers But unless Michigan City is kept up as a port, the farmer becomes the victim of ! ' i l i ! . w:l. lat the P.dil Road monopolists. W itli that port open every bushel of grain w ill bring J fioni three to ix cen:s rnoTe, than it oth- f rwise would. The interest of Michigan Joseph River, with the Southern Rail Road through it, and the Central 10 miles distant, and the warehouses of the Cen tral Company, at Mishawauka 24 miles from here, prepared to receive produce for their road atNi , without addition al charge. Boats ar running on the river parrying produce to St. Joseph to be ship ped on rhe lake. Rochester is 20 miles South, I.oganpott 15 milcf South on thP three outlets for the immense produce, of I and tnat wun mis dye, ne shall , fj-There was an error last week in . - , , . r ,u have the uose of each male convict pain-! the invitation handed us. to the dinner the North, and the competition is for the . t , . ,,r 1 , ,iai,K ii- . ted thoroughly black, and renew the p-; given by the Daughters of Temperance benefit of the farmers and mechanics. j jcatjon BS oflen as may ,e necssary ! on Thursday last. the invitation was, to City and Uporte are iden'ical, and we 1 , " e nave no oojccuon to inepassage oi ( Stationf JacUs0n county. While i i nntMn. c'ih(,,r i,lf.t,,iM. I l!,c solution but would beg leave to abo(ll the feeder of a threshing c"""'" v-w " 0 oiler one amendment, to wit: i . p nav:lie on a very slout n-w South Bend 21 miles .North, is on the bt. i 'j;iat tiJe Sheriff of each and every coun- ',, clfrt became cauht in the canal, and will probably soon have a Rail Road and depot. Now here we hare a diagram of our means of outlet, and now comes the value of Plank Roads. ....... , Logansport is building to Rochester, and has completed about 15 miles. South Bend has built about 10 miles towards ! us. Laporte has built about iivelr mil ; ....,?...., - i- '.i. . I hümi iivim Cr il COmes here' or Socs throuSh orth ! ! liberty to bouth Bend. On the South i . . i.t . r.. . . . . v ...b v,.., auu .u.M. that our market, with the benefit of three 1 no nnf I rf inr iirron I I swiav t . i -ma1-j great competitions by Rail Roads and , Lake. If we go to South Bend, we build R1A , , . , ; 13 miles over a harder route to grade, i and have only the two competitions byj Rail Road, or else ship by the river an re-ship at the lake. If we go by Roches-' ter, we have the benefit of the Cincinnati , , , , . . i and Southern markets, and competition of longer route by Canal and Rail lloaJ. j With these preliminary statements, we shall remark farther hereafter. i j CCyWe have not received any thing' , . . v I I T 1 4 suiaukv. tipiuuia.. 1 r HOGS. The slaughtering season opened in down- i rlohl pa mpc t n nil v51! hf mclipil ttirrtiwrli . w-. - - ..v. ..... .... ..w. . to the end (weather permiting.) in quick time. Kentucky hois tire beiiininr to arrive in large numberSf 8d heavy, from the interior of the State, by railroads.&c. ; Vp to this time, between 80,000 audi 1ll,0'Ü0 bye been patktc, and in part, ihilTfJ. with fair prospects of profit.-; Calculations (based upon contracts) have been made for the slaughter of about j three hundred thousand, and it is thought j that the season will close with fully that j number. The weather is now favorable i for killing, and all the houses are busy. Cm. Commercial. " I TAKEN IN. j Yesterday morning, about nine o'clock, i an Irishman named Aadrew u orkman, j who recently arrived i i this city. As he was passing along Canal srieet, ! between Race and Elm, two improper ii Mid ic iiimakia lusiini vu. v u iiuusc j of ill fame, seized Wokkman, dragged! him into the i.ouse, tied his hands, stole seventeen dollars in cash and then kicked him out of the house. Workman had at the time a belt a round his person, con taining eighteen hundred dollars, which they did not know of. The. women were arrested and brought before the Mayor; they giving up the seventeen dol lars, were discharged, the young man ; stating to the Court that it was iinpossi- j registered that the abstraction of a sin ble for him to remain and appear against j gle note is followed by immediate detec them at Court. Cin. Commercial. J lion. " j A Main paper says that "rum capital- BLACK NOSES. j jsts of Boston have raised a sum of 8100, A joint resolution has been offered in 000; with which to operate on Main the Kentucky, Legislature, which reads Legislators next winter, to affect the Te as follows: - peal of the Liquor Law, have pledged Be it Resolved by the General Ass?m- 8400,000 more to be used if necssary." blyofthe Commonwealth of Kentucky, i That the keeper of the Penitentiary shall ! A man by the name of Boso in ber- procure a suitable chemical dye, such as -11 .1.- r t Will Siaui wie luuuc or uuirr surjaee ui the skin permanently black, fo that it' cannot be washed ofT, or in any way be removed, until time shall wear it away; j and nature furnish a new cuticle cr sur-j io keep it so, until within one month j of the expiration of his sentence, when Minn or u iMuu iiniicu iui me iiuiuusc , r f permitting nature to restore the j-ea( I ii rtfh li ile rrifritial luiA n,Ana,4tA,ir i J ti", . ; f0 the second advent of its owner into ' the world. 1 J ty be authorised to catch every delin- j ; q'nt newspaper suDscriüer in ins bail-; wick, and black his noes wilh the same ti ye oi ki Keep it so DiacKeu, uniii every cent of his arrearages shall be fully paid. We hereby commission Colonel Helms, of the eoman, to see that this amend-, inent be made. Ky. Flag. A lawyer named Bryce fell dead in Richmond, Va, in a fit of passion the ; ow (,B.V- I . r A MONSTER LOOSE. A letter from Boston to the New York Times details the following atrocious i traction. It almost challenges belief it.iat there are such monsters in exist- cnce 0ne Caplain Tealef master of a ( vessel bound from New Orleans to this 1 port shipped a lad as cook &c, in the latter cl7 but wh(n some five da)S out, the lad grew sick kept his bunk was . i i l . i , c..v- the evidence, until the boots of the mate ; were worn through at the toes!! Re- ! cuperating next day the captain took the ! ho in ha,n.(l' triccd hi UP ,to Lthe riSS'"S , and cave him twentv-live lashes, threw s ,,im?,OWI1 into the scupners aftcr lhe operation and washed the poor lads's ' wound? with brine!! For the next twel- ; ve t,a lhe bo.v was whipped aloft and beloW f,Ua,1.V S,U,t UP Ullt!er the DOob.V ha tch on tonof a ioad of cotton, denied ... . .... . ' ,lght a,r aml f00d. the resuU w.as (lealht tl e most horrible!!! Is this case not damnable? Yet the commissioner allowed ,ho atrocious monster to get off on 81000 buil, which he will forfeit. INHUMAN CRUELTY OF A STEP- MOTHER. Vck Olmstead has been found guilty ? ,he ,nurt,er J ,e.r sl c.ruellies' oi her own step child, in Illinois, h appears that Olmstead married again in about three weeks after the death of first wife at which, time the child was about live years old. This was about eighteen months ago. Soon after the ""jage he new wife cofined the little lit I1IC nilLIICII. UIIU tllCIC At It IIIUJ I gm mine Kiicnen, ana mere Kept, mosi sHe escaped irom the kitchen and was seen trying to climb a pole which stood in the yard. On being asked 'where she Was goin. sh replied that she was t;oU i . 1. ..it l i . t. . i. . ti. . id me iu ue r worm io r e uer inmucr. i ! i heartless step mother ordered her down! with r-nr n I iIim creature fell 'in her weakness, hvt be ul j strikikg violently against the wall of th-1 house. ! The jury found the guilty of manslaih-1 ter, and she was s,nUncvd to two years j service in the State Prison. EMIGRANTS TO AFRICA. One hundred and fifty three colored emigrants sailed from Boltimore for Af- rica a few days since, under the patron- tv. They are mostly from Virginia and North Carolina, are nearly all emanci j pated slaves and well provided with J means to begin life on in the colony. Another expedition with three hundred emigrants from Alabama and Louisiana i is expected to sail from New Orleans car- iy m lecclll Ut I.- VIU. VJdZclie. j What town in this Commonwealth is in want of bacon ? Need ham Mesmerism is as old as Aristotle, The Bank of England uses in her ac counts no less than 60 folio ledgers filled up completely every dav! 2S,000 bank notes are thrown off daily, and all so Tien County Michigan, lately killed 30 i . i -1 I i . I 1 . (HICKS at llirec SIIOIS. Kllietl U Hie 1SI. 8 the 2d. and 16the 3d. That is what I call crack shooting, for a man 75 years of age. Can it be beat? -. invite the Sons and their families, and lae Daughters and their families, Severe and Painful Accieent To . ft 1 r 1 iv l r. liint TT lion, lunnsen i r.. iiki- Cy mel with a most severe accident on Saturday last, at his residents, at Gidley's en ma - frock- teeth of mac,inp. and before he could be extriCfllt(i. the upper portion of his bod; vas completely lacerated and inangld! by the teeth of the hiuler. wlmh also gpverP(l one 0fthe main arteries. 11. nmv yles n a dreadful condition, but his )ife j8 not wholy despaired of. This unfortunate occurence will be heard with deep regret by the citizens of every part of our Slate, to whom lie is ,n0ffM aä a USeful, upright and influen . lial cilizen.- Advertinr (COMMUNICATED.) Mr. Howell. Permit me to announce through the Pilot, the death of Brother Thomas Packard. He was born March IGth 177S, in Kent county, Delaware two years after his father moved to Wash ington county Penn. He was married January 23ih 1602, and settled in Trum ble county Ohio, where he lived until tin year 1S35, when he moved to this coun ty. He joined the Methodist Episcopal Church in 1811, and remained a member of that Church until the Weslyeaivs con nection in America wasorgariized.be then joined that Church, in view of its govern ment and Anti-slavery position. He was a worthy member until he departed this life on the 23d of Nov. He was a good man, a worthy citizen, a kind father, and an affectionate companion. The Church has lost a worthv member the slave a m devoted friend, but our loss is his gain. He died as he lived, in hope of a blest immortality. A. F. Friexu Howell. It becomes my du ty to say through the Pilot, that our much esteemed friend Albert Taylor is no more. He departed this life Nov. 21st, 1851, in the 26th year of his age. He was born in Onondaga county, N. Y.t he moved with his parents to this county at an ear ly day, where he lived in the esteem and friendship of all who knew him. He was attacked with the Bronchitis, about five years ago, which terminated his earthly existance. During his protracted sick ness he was calm and composed, knowing his end must soon come. He had thr sympathy of all who knew him, and tht ill will of none. Proving the truth of that saying, "that a good name is rather to be chosen than great nthes, and loving favor, rather than silver or gold." His funeral was attended at the Presbsterian Churce, on the 22J, of Nov., at 11 o' clock. A short discourse wa preached from a part of the 14th verse of the 7th chapter of Luke, "young man I say unto thee arise." After which the congrega tion took their last look of the earthly form oi their friend and brother, with thc fin.q hope of meeting him again. "Where sickness sorrow pain and death Are felt and feanl no mure." A. F. 550C 3Hiivntt0. PLYMOUTH PILOT OFFICE. lYt'tiiicMlny, Dec. 3, Apples fSreen, 1,00 Drv, 81,50, Rntter, per ll. 12, Reeswax, per lb 20, Urooms, per doz. $1,75 Reans,per bushel, 1,00 IJacon Hams, 7 Shoulders, 6 Sides, 6 Cranberries, SI, 75 Corn .Meal, 31 Corn, 22 a 25 Candles, per lb 15 Cheese, " 12 Chickens doz. 81,00 Eutfs, per doz. 10 Flour barrel, 8 1,00 hund. 2,00 Flaxseed, 81,00 fiinsens,' drv, 25 Hay Tame,' SI,00 Wild, 3,C0 Lard, per lb G Oat-, per bush. 20 Peaches dry,S2,25 Potatoes Irish, 25 Tiillow, per lb. 10 Wheat, per bus. 45 Wood, cord, 81,00 GROCERIES. ! i6si O. II. P. UAILEV, WM. TROWBRIDGE. BAILEY & TROWBRIDGE, 1 AVE just opened a large and splendid stock of ever offered in this town. We give great in- ducements on the TEA TRADE. an article usually sold for one dollor, we will sell for seven shillings, and suar at 8 to 1(1 and 12 cents, Prime Molasses for four shillings per gollon, Prime Rio orrec, for one shilling per pound, Mackerel for si and one fourth cents per pound, Lake Trout for six and one fourth cents per pound, Mould Candles for one .shilling per pound, TOBACCO, o'the best quali y lor Chewing and Miiokin?, also, a tip top Cigar, and some of those nice Cheroots, Nuts (cheaper than ever,) of all kinds. Raisins, Figs, CON FECTION ARI ES, in abundance, nice and pretty and oil! how giceet so say the girl. OYSTERS. We are receiving direct by Stage, three times per week, and the way we do sell ami hir if you don't believe it come in s-ome evening and try a dish. Also SAHIUNES ready at all times. EATABLES arc on hand at all times, Plymouth, Nov. 1 Ith, 1851. nt3tf. Valuable Mill Property for Sale. IN pursuance of an order of the Marshall Probate Court, 1 will offer for sale on the Fifth day of January next, 1852. at public outcry, on the premises, the proper ty known as the "Wolf Creek Mills,"six miles South of Plymouth, Marshall county, Indiana; con-istinsr o a line water power, one large (Jrist-uiill, die Saw-mill, Two Dwellings, one Store, one Blacksmith shop and eighty acres ot land with a part of it improved, belonging to the estate oj II. C Bliviu, deceased. The premises are very valuable, well located, ap praised very low, and can be bought at a great bargain. The purchaser, to pny one lourth down, and the balance in equal installment ut six, twelve and eighteen mouth- credit, pving notes with approved .ecu: it y, drawing interest, and waiving valuation and appraue" ment laws. M. L. SMITH, Adm'r. Nov. 21 h P?3I. iw Pi tf. Oh! Yes!! Oh! Yes!!! LL persons who want good bargains in GROCERY LINE, will do well, by calling two doors North of "V. G Tomeroy Sc Co's Store, where you will find a eool assortment of articles and satisfactory prices, to wit: Tea at G, 7 and 3 shil lings per pound. CoiTee Si pounds for one dollar, Suar .it 7, 8, 10 and 1 sliilllinsi per pound Molasses at 4 shillings Tobacco at 2 shillings to If) cents, Rice at 7 cents, Kairons at CO cents to Starch at t shilling Pepper 15 cents, Alspice at IG cents, fiinjrer at 15 cents Macktral at 7 cents, nduo IOctsper oz. Lead at 10 cents Shot at 10 cents, Saleratus at cts. Cloves Cinnamon, Nutmegs, 2 shillings Figs at 2 shillings, Pepper Sauce ni 20 cts to 2 shillid perbot lle, also pickled Cbuns and Lobsters, and various other articles too tedious to men tion. Recollect the place two doors North of I'omcroy's Store, and en quire of the subscriber, EI). S. LEWIS. Plymouth, Nov. 2 1th 151. -tf ft E V 0 1 A 1 1 HAVING removed to his old stand two doors south of the Dunhamllouse, where he may be found on hand 1 would lender my thanks to the public for their liberal pat ronage, small avors thankully received, and large ones more greatully received. He keeps constantly on hand at all times. Groceries of Every Description, Tta, CoiTee, Sugar, Mla-ses, Tobacco. Rice Ginger. Pepper, Spice, Cloves, Nut megs. Starch, Indigo, Salera tus, Candies of vari ous kinds, Rais ns. Figs Her ring. Sardines. Peppi r-aucc, Whiefish, Mackerel, Tomato Cat-sup. and a variety of" otlir articles too tedious to ! mention. He intends to keep a supply of M? resit O & xtc rs on hand to supply the want of his customers, come one and all you that want to buy GROCERIES low fox cash, or readv pa v. 1 am rtady to wait ! on all who m.iyavnr me with their custom. I beg leave to oiler my most cordial ackdowl- edgementsor the literal patronage hereto, ore be.Ntowed upon iue and hope by strict atten tion to business, they will still continue to e me a call. W A X TED! Butter, Eggs. Bees-wax, Cranberries, and Furs of every description. JAMES BANNON. Plymouth. Nov. 18th I"51. nol4-t. Anv number of Fares, to live üktulicimmortalitv. r HOSE wisl-in correct Daguerrt.au Like Jt ne.-es (n.'t caricatures, of iheuis. Ives or friends, may be sure of being aceoinmadaied, on rea.-onable terms, by stepping inln the room of the subscrsl er in tl.e Court House, heiween ti e hours o' ! A. M. and I P. M. The Subscriber having taken tuums as above, would be pleased if the l.a lies and Gentlemen of this vicinity, would call and examine his specimens, give him a sitting, and shoul I the impression fail to ttve lull satis:action don't take it. Parents, foon tl.e-e i'rail tenements will be mouldering in the dust secure then, t!.e im age, ere the Mtbstan e fade, to leave as a me mento or your cl.idren m alter years, when you are gone and as children may die, would it not be well to preserve a Irue likeness when so easily obtained. Friends oiten regtei w!;eu too late, that thc-y have not done it. .An op portunity is now offered to ' secure the shad ow ere the substance fade. Let Nature copy that which Nature made." Xj'nslructions in the art, carefully given, and apperatus' furnished at New York Prices. S. LASHER. N. B. Pictures are taken as low as 1,7. Plymouth, Nov. -Jd.7;, IL öl . Sale of Lands and Town Lots, De linquent forTaxes, in Fulton conn ty, Indiana. NOTICE is hereby given, that on the first Monday in January A. D. 18-32. at the Court House door in the town of Rochester, in Fub on county, and Slate of Indiana. There will be a sale o the Lands and Town Lots on the first 3onday of January next L-5'2, which was returned Delinquent for the non payment of taxes for the year 1S5?I, and previ ous years, by the Treasurer of said county and at aid time and place, .vo much o said Delinquent Lands and Town Lots as may be necessary to discharge the taxes, penalty, in terest and charges, which m:y be due there on, or due from the owners thereof at the time of such sale, will be sold at public auction at the time and place above speciliel. Manuscript copies of all Lands and Lots ?o returned delinquent, will bo found posted up in the f71crks, Treasurers and Auditors ofli es, as required by the provisions of an Act, entitled an Act, defining the mode of publishing the Delinquent Tax List, in the several counties in this State approved Jauuarv '2-1, 1817. JOHN DOL GLASS, A. F. C. Pochester. Nov. '21, 1831, pr fee St, 15-iw. AN ORDINANCE. BE it ord'jined ly the President and Trus tee of the Toun of Plymouth, in said ctunty, That a fur; her Tax of one dollar and fifty cents I e, an? the same is hereby laid and assessed upon each and every male person, resident oi sail town, over twenty-one, and under fifty years of age, lorthe street purposes, which may be discharged by two days labor under the direction o the Slr-et Commissioner who is hereby rt quired to proceed and collect accordingly, within thirty days, except where inability excuses on account of sickness. KUFPS BROWN, Pres't Attest W. G. POMEROY Ci'L Nov. :5th 1HSI. TIME ! ! TIME ! ! ! A few doz. fifteen dollar clocks, can be had foj $5 a piece at May 1V 1651. WHEELER'S. Ii W. L. BENTS, r I WKES this method of informing the citi X zens of Piymouth, and t lie surrounding country, that he has commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS, one door south of J. L. Westervelt's Store, where I o will he found at all times, liy close attention to business, he hopes to merit a lib eral share of public patronage. He warrants his work to he done as xiell as any where west. Cutting done on the shortest notif-e. Plymouth, Ap,il tVJ.öt. 13 I v. CARTER'S &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 lasteten years, and hope that by Fair Dealing and a Steady Course. In Trade and Rusiness; they will still coutinue to merit & receive favors of all purchasers of CS aS 3212 ETD Ve respectfully invite all persons looking for To call and loook at ourstock before purchas ing elsewhere. qtnvttm icnüciantr HAVE lately received, and are still receiv intr a lanre stork of Making our assortment and usual variety large and full, to-wit: DRY GOODS, LAWNS AND CALICOES, 1 of new and beautiful styles Ron nets and Rib bons, English ami French of the latest fashions. S 1)1)1 EH, FA.MV AND DRESS SHAWLS, LACES, CLOVES, AM) otton Summer rcSrQO&ff, BROAD CLOTHS, SatinctlH.Casimcrcs, Shir ting. Sheet ing, Palm, Leghorn and Fur Hats, Of all kinls Hütts and Screws, Door Handles, POCKET-KNIVES, KNIVES AND FORKS, Locks of all kinds. Nails, Iron, Crockery, Leather, Indign, Madder, Copperas, Alum, BOOTS & HOE, Of all kinds for Men, Women and Children, S & ff !2 & SB .3 Of alv kinds, (except liquors,) besides other a In great varirty, whii'h we will seil as CHEAP as can be sold in the State of ndiana, as onr facilities of obtaining Goods:, are equal to any. WANTED, Deer Skins, Reef Hides, Calf SkinS Furs, Ginseng, Snake Rott, Uee sWas, Wheat, Com, and Money, in exchange tor Goods and on ac count; and they Pay Cash in part for all the a bove articles. CARTER'S & CLEVELAND. Plymouth Marshall county. May 1-1, iüSi 5000! I will give the highest pri-e for any number of Oak, Poplar, Walnut, or Cherry Saw, Logs, delivered m Plymouth. A. L. WHEELER. Plymoutn, April IGth, 1S51. 13if. THE DUNHAM HOUSE. F rHE subscriber having leased for a term of years, the above House, takes tfiismeth cd of informing the Traveling public that on Monday the I '2th day of May, lSö!, he intends opening the same, for their accommodation. Wm. M. DL'NIIAM. May 6th, l31, IGtf. W. C.rpmcroy.f John B. Ailcs P031ER0Y k XILES, ATTORN FAS AT LAW. riuiuu:l!i, Indiana VtlfiL attfiitl tu tili rr.ori-.s.vov.M. iirsixrss entrusted to tiik.i, in t.'.e MimhU Circuit and Prdt'ile Court a. May2S, Iböl. n!9 !y. A soad eh:im e io make Money. i f fHE undersigned wihing to go into other ! J business, will rent his Saw-mill and le.ve Iiis Farm situated in Polk Township, Marshall J county, ndi;ua. lor a termo; years,. The null . is in g Kl rtair. and there is leared on the 1 farm thirty acres of land in go.l cultivation, also a good house and suitable out buildings. The j same will be leased to any good r -sponsible per ! .'on, and pos.-ession given irunn-diatelv. forpar- preii.ies. Nov. 17, IK1. no44-3w. IPro Corbin's MEDICAL DIRECTORY. DR. Z. CORRIN'S CHOLERA TINCTCRE, a safe ami effectual cure for cholera, cholera morbus, dysentery, liarrhra, -olics, vomiting, sea sickns, and all summer com plaints. Price only '25 cents per bottle. Dr. Z. Corbin's Worm Dkstrovkr. An ef fectual remedy for worms, indigestion, dyspep sia Sic. No family should be without this in valuable medicine in their house. Put up iu large bottles at '25 cents, Dr. Z. CORDIX'S ORIENTAL CoCOII DrOP4. Prepared expressly for coughs, cods, and all complaints leading to pulmonary consumption. Put up in large bottles price 'J-i cents. Dr. Z. Corbix's Hals a mic Oixtmext. For I the cure of bums, bwises, rheumatism, fresh ; and old sores, couli. sore thrat, in Humiliation 11111111)1?, sore eyes, salt rheum, chilblains, ' crackel hands, and for horses and cattle un surpassed by any othr ointment. Price only 20 cents per box. Dr. Z. Cor nix's Gkrmax Daor. A sn-re. certain and iuilallible remedy for chill and fe ver, intermittent lever warranted to cure or the money re united, if taken sirickly according to directions. Price i ,2 per bottle. IT Call upon my agent 11. It. PERSHING, and get a pamplet and r ad for yourself. Prepared only by Dr. Z. ('orbm, Liverpool, Onondaga couu.'y. New York. II. U." PERSUING . ole agent for Plymouth. " , no 14 13 w. Notice to Travelers, Emigrants, &c. f I HE Directors of the La Porte and Ply X mouth Plank Road Company, have the pleasure of announcing to the Travelling Pub lic thai the portion of the Road (13 miles) be tween La Porte and the Kankakee, is now nearly finished, and w ill be entirely completed in a few days. Travellers going in the direction of La Porte, Mich. Cily or Chicago will find this decidedly the best route. F. RODERTS, President. La Porte, A or. l!iA, lai. DR. ft. BROWN, PROPOSES to cure Hcruin or Rupiure, by what is termed Dr. O. Hurlbuts opilative remedy, in from f;tleen to twenty days- no matter how long the '-oscjs have been standing. Persons Irom a distanc'-'' will be refunded in their expenses if satisfaction is not given. Plymouth, Ind., May 5th '51, nolC-ly. JOR WORK done at ihis office in the neatest stvlo of the ait.