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B 3 ca ,-3 rr n S3 O P 9 04 O NAMES of OWNERS. DESCRIPTION 5 3 g. 06 o S NAMES of TOWNS. Si O 2.3 r". Qt 3 CI a 3 S e ? - p p." a & c c d NORTH TOWNSHIP, NO. (Concelucld from 4th page.) Stuck Morris Sutton Peter Thayer Moes Keddinj: Joseph Uedding Matthias Smith Elisaphet Trueblood Ephraim Wheaton Joseph same Wills Asa estate 27C 273 2S3 11) 21 mr 273 313 3J0 3: 4 n hf n w w M R n e qr s hf ncqre.MR e 'if a e qr n w s w qr w hf ne qr neue lots 1 & 2 a w qr neu' 6 3 4 33 31 82 l'i 33 35 t 31 do 3 do do do 31 3." do 31 o 2 o o o I .1 ' o 122 107 67 Ii) 40 80 40 4l) 52 44 43 363 340 230 100 20 69 15 3 3 3 0 1 10 5 75 !r, 8 n 3 42 2 "() 1 31 83 41 .r 12 34 C3 30 70 1 50 1 r2 3 03 5 37 1 52 ii 3; 15 07 C 25 22 91 If, 8!) 4 c -: 4 n 71 11 G7 3 22 POLK TOWNSHIP, No. 8. 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Shiimo. irliere is lliv blush!'' Wl enNvc read the inftiria'e appeil of men devoid o!" every principle ol 'Honor, of f'onrate, f ilnman'ty, inii'imr their 'ellowtrcatnres, mftre easily iniprecl, but more delu laMe to fvti s t tdo I, ol carnage and of sarri-ric-. uin'-Tthe holy name of Patriotism, we eauuot check the itidiirnant Idoi'l that rushe: 1o our cheek, el restrain the voice oj detitiuci at ion against s: I miserable tricksters. The men who would uilea.1 the weak-minded, lnt strosr-hearted VICTIMS OF CUBAN SPECULATORS to their ruin and certain death, am! then "add insult lo injury" 1-y hol ling out Ihelr Lotteries as a nivalis wiierehy to Ittaiu their ends, de Nerve the 0ro:k au I the Lsu, bestowed upon their dupes. These reflections and re marks are colled forth by the advertisement of a P. M. Pyferi Co, who strive to cover lip the d fi -iencies of the schemes they adver tise, and avoid investigation, l.y parading in tensives to join the hi 00 1-staine 1 expedition to Cuba. That expedition has been annihila ted, and the only pity is that the plotters did not suffer the fate that befel the mistuided participants. As a further blind, tin y make an attack upon men as immeasurably above Ihein in business, as the Cuban invaders were lelov them in caution. To do this, they state IhatJ. II. HALL & Co., CrNciwATt, Ohio, are not coni ecte 1 with J. W. Maury A: Co., Ualtimore, giving thereby an inference that the fuiiner have clamed a conue'di m witli the latter. The inference is as ale as the fact they try to establish J. 11. HALL & Co., auk or ti e audits", r connected in my vtnj with J. H. Miunj V Co., an 1 if as Mr. Pyfer says, he is an azent of thrirs, then J. II. 11 1.1. Sc Co. irnuhl nut U airents, or co.inec'ed witii them, in any sharp or manner. A Scheme is :;lso paraded as a se lmeu of Pyftr cv: Co. 's liberality. We ins, r! one here, .'' .''.' ir r hole list, and we de y Py er and Co., or cny o'I.er "Co.," to equal it with their r , in point of F.tiRNKSS, ! Amoint ok Pa 7.:?, or of Cul'AI. DlSTQllU TIO.! They further rlT:r a '"reward ot 'Slimo" to anyper-011 who Mill prove they ever received of J. H. Il.ii.r. .V Co., a prize of?2';0. WE ACCEPT THE CHALLEN'C.E!!! It .Mr. P. M. Pyfer - Co , or any of their liackers, deposit in any Pank in the United States the amount named, and v:-: W11.1. Prove lothe ?atis!actio"i of any three jud;e:, one to be named by P. M. Pyfer V Co, one by u -", and the third by the other two, that within three moths we have paid a prize of S50UÜ! to as "respectable"' a furnier as lives in the -oiinds of theSta'e of Ohio. He trr theste. bslanderes to rai.e the money, and abide a tes Ji we fail, will pav a for.eit oi" 80Ö0Ü! to be lesosited in the Onto Liit. Ixsi-raxck axd Tri si. Co. l!tK, in Cincinnati, Lrfore the examination i ma'?e, and to I e held subject to the order of the three ju Ites. NVe will luther give a reward of 10.000 to "any respectable" per.-on who will produce n customer of P. M Pyfer ACo.'s, but not J. W. Maury A: Co.'s, as they may have soM a jrize sometime, "irtio ever drew or tleeeim in cixh or it equivalent, -32,000, in any of their lotteries." Lnportc Rook Rinder) . f IHE subscriber takes this method of inform J 1115 ti e citizens of Plymouth, and sur rounding country that he is prepared to do ev erv description of work at moderate prices. . B.'PEIISHNG, Airent for Plymouth, to whom may be entrusted all orders for me. JAMES MERCURY. Laporte, Sct. 3, 1851 33 ly "1 OCTOR T. A. LEMON, offers his ser- J vices, professionally, to the citizens of Marshall ccuity intending to devote his time ttrietl to the practice of Medicine, in its va rious branches and become n permanent cit izen moii you; he respectfully asks, and ex pects to receive, a liberal share of patronage. OFFCt: At D. Deinings Dnu; Store, where l.e may be found at all times, except when absent professionally. f'alh promptly nltendedto, dny or i'ht. I'ljr.o tih7ai, Maj'CS, 1831. J$tf NEW GOODS! J.l yi Jw;o VS J'JiiiJ. Has just received his splendid Stock of Fall and Winter Goods, Consistintr of cvtry thinthat will he needed or wishel lor in his line. In Li. stock you will find Molasses and Sugar, Ginjrer and Pepper, Coffee and Tea, Spice and Saleratus, A Lar?f Assortment of Hardware, Pocket Knives and Hunters-. Hatchets and YSP Table Spoons. Scissors and Sad Irons, Los: Chains and Gate IJim-'es, Mutts, Screws and Door Latches, Fry i iik! Pans, Shoe Hrushesjnid Curry Combs, Co'tT-e M.lls, Axes, a ml almost everything else. P P I All! Madder and Lo-wK)d, quality, Alu n an I Copers, Ammunition, of the In üto. of the best best, always, BOOKS Al STATIOSEttY. ool Bjoks of all and Slips, Si kinds, Priii.ers anil Tales for children, and interest ing boohs for every one-. Alpacas and llrosiar, anion Flannel and Calicoes, DeLaines and Double Milled Satinetts, c'as.-imeres and Silk Poplins, Paiis Plaids and Cot ton Hose, IJa State Shawls, at any price you wish, t'al and Stoi;a Boots, Ladies Bonnetts and Skirts, Plush Cans and Silk Hats, C'l.ocnlete and Cocoa, Nutmegs - Camphor, Crash and Diaper, Ulubreilas and Over Shoes, Tea Kettles and Steelyards. Red Flannel fcLinsey, Bed Cords and Horse ll'.aukelr, Broad Cloths and Jaconeets, Iron and Steele, Brass Kettles and. Seamless Bags, Fringe, Buttons, &.C., for Dresses. Gaiters half Gaiter A large assortment or READY MA DE CLOTHING, Consi.-tln o" Coats, Pants and Vests, which he is bound to sell so low, as to defy compe tition. Do not forget to call, and let youi wives and daughters come with you, it will cost you nothing to come and see. O Fetch aloniryotir Coon, Deer, Mink, and Muskrat Skins, Cash Ginseng, &c, and 1 will not refuse to credit ro.d men. JOHN L. WESTERVELT. Plymouth, Oct., 14th 1851 3Jtf. PHYSICIAN. WILL attend to the practice of medicine in all its various forms. Also on hanl 11. good Electrical Machine for the cure of Rheumatism and Nervous disenses generally. OFFICE one door South ol J.L.WesterveK' Store. Plymouth, May 5th '51, no!6-ly. NOTICE JS hereby given that a writ of Domestic At tachment w.is isiusdby me James If. Case, one of the Justices of the Peace in and ior Cen tae Township in the county o Marshall, ndi ana, on the Nth day of October, 151, upon the affi lavit of Edwar' Tibbitts of Starke county, and State aforesaid, against the roods and chat ties rights, credits, moneys and effects of Joel Gibson late of said county, by virtue of which writ ihe following described property was at tache as the property of said Jot lGidson to-wit: Five dollars as the ballauce of a judgment on Esq'r Cases' Docket.obtained by James Thomp son against Joseph Furry, garnishee vs Joel Gibson, and Three dollars and forty cents in cash, of James II. Case, Esq'r, and that on the !H!i day of December 1851 at 10 o'clock, a. in. at my office in said Township. I will proceed to hear and decide upon such attachment and the claims of said creditors. Given under my hand and seal, this the Kith day of Nov. 1 H" I . JAMES H. CASE, Justice of the Peace, pr fee 3,50, no 413v, PRINTING, in with neatness and Colored Inks, done ttespajch "at his Of- VE GET ABLE DYSPEPSIA BITTERS, THE MOST POPULAR FAMILY MEDICINE OF THE AGE!!! I'sril by Pliysirians of IU2I1 Standin?. T 1 MILSE Bitters lemove all morbid secretions, .1 purify the blood, give great tone and vig or to the d ices' ive organs, fortfy the system a i;a 11st Jill fnttue di case, can be taken with safety, at no time debilitating the patient bc 1 rite ul to the most dtlK-a'e stomach, and remarkable for their cheering, invigorating, strengthening, and restorative properties, and an invaluable and sure remedy for Dyspepsia in its worst Forms. Al-o, Livir complaint, Jaundice, Heartburn, Costiveness, Faintness, Disorders of the Skin, Liver, and Skin, Loss of appetite, Low Spirits, Nervous Headache, Giddiness, Palpiia'ion, of tie Ih-arL Sinking and fullness of Weight at ti e Stomach, and other di.-eases caused by an impure state of the blood, liver, vtc, which tend lo debilitate and .eaken the system. FEMALES Who sufTer from a morbid and unnatural con dition will find this medicine of I 11 e s t i 111 able V si I 11 c . 7n all cases of general debility, this Medicine acts like a charm! THOUSANDS Have tested its efficacy, and thousands more are now under treatment; and not one solitary case of failure has yet been reported. Volumes could be tilled with certificates of thoac who have been permanently cured. call on the Agent and get a Pamphlet Containing the Certificates of remarkable c ures and the high estimation in which this Medicine s held by the public Press can be had of he Agents, free. Price 30 Cents per Inrge Bottle. Principal Office, 112 Fulton street N.York, up stairs. H. B. PERSHING sole Agent for Marshall countv, ndiaua. Plymouth, Aug.COth, 1851. 31 ly. CAEIKET MANUFACTORY fffttl'1851 PRICES REDUCED!!! LEWIS A. JOSEPH, RESPECTFULLY tenders his thanks for the literal patronage heretofore bestow ed upon him, and beg leave to state that he s ready to ete;u'.e all order for work, that pertains to the CABINET BUSINESS, in a neat and workmanlike manner, promptly and at prices touiit the times. ST A MLS, III HE A CS, HOOK CASES. TAllLUS, Cl l'llOAltDS, RED STEADS, ic, Ve" V" And every variety of Cabinet ware will be made to order at his shop, in a style that cannot fail to please customers. C 0 F F 1 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 please all who may favor hirn with their work, to merit a liberal share of public patronage. '' Plymouth, May. 7:h, 61. IG ly -&?ffvl For the Removal and rcrmanent Curt of all XEIlVOrS DISEASES, And of those Complains which are caused by an impaired, weakened o! unhealth condition of the NERVOUS SYSTEM. rPliii? 1 .noil 1 1 fi 1 nii1 print on-ont nrnl!itinn rAf the mysterious powers of Galvani-in and Mag- j Jews," and go it easy ARMED RESISTANCE TO SLATE CATCHERS! Southern Traffickers In Blood! TAKE HEED! In the sacred name of Humanity, tre ar nestly call upon the FRIENDS OF LBERTY throughout the world, and fervently implore every human creature, upon the alter of whose heart there burns one spaik of veneration tor the priceless boon of UNTR AMME LED FREEDOM, to raise a voice in the general shout, now subdued, only to burt upon the appalled ear of the SLAVE OWNER, with a ten-full crushing force. Let every man pledge uncompromising hostility to the ;n"mnna "Fiultlv I.ftf." and Until the 'Well S;HiS AXD S2SD25 5Via Li?h placed" revoke iti obnoxiou. n- acuneii.s, use ms tu jr.s . tu BARBAROUS DECREES! Let himswear by the hallowed re membe ranee of his ghostly ancestors, his unswerving fealty to their declaration, that HAS got home from NEW YORK, and close a ter him come tumbling alon? by Rail Road Express, TON'S and CORDS of "the choi cest and cheapest GOODS ever brought to Ply mouth. He cannot enumerate, nor is it necessary; for the people and the "rest of mankind" have only to see and hear the price when they will buy and go away satisfied that Wieei.er's is, indeed, the place to trade if you desire to save from 10 to 5'J per cent oa your purcha ses. ;s stock of DRY GOODS. Groterics, Hardware, Crockery. HATS AND CAPS, ' T . ,- 4 4 ii J.. ii 4 Cannot be surpassed in quality, quantity cr cheapness in Northern Indiana. Hq Las alio aboui FOUR CORDS of Ready Made Clothing, which he will fell so cheap as to "Beat the Ü Bring on your wives and daughters, and with them, your WHEAT, GIXSEXG. DEER SKIXS, SAW LOGS, RAGS. and a Jiff Je Monet, cad your hearts shall be made glad. Plymouth, Sept. 3, 1S5! 33 3m TOES!! STOWES! S netism, has been pronounce! oy distjiiguishei physicians, both m Europe and m the United States, to be the most valuable medicinal dis covtry of the Age. Dr. Christie's Galvanic Belt and MAGXETIC FLUID, Is used with the most per'ect and certain suc cess in all cases oi General Debility, strength ening the weakened body, civilis tone to the various organs, and invigorating the entire sys- j tern. Also in Fits, Cramp, Paralysis and Paly, i Dyspepsia or ndiirestion, Rheumatism, Acute ! and Chronic, Goute, Eilepsy, Lumbago, Deaf- j ne..s, Nervous Tremors.Paipitation of the Heart ( Apaplexy, Neuralgia, Pains in the Side and Chest, Liver Complaint, Spinal Complaint and j Curvature o thebpine, Hip Complaint, Diseases of the Kidneys, Deficiency ofNervou and Physical Energy, and all Nervous Diseases, which complaints ariie irom one simple cau.e, namely: A DERANGEMENT OF THE NER. SYSTEM. In Nen ous Complaints, Drugs and Medicines increase the disc.vc, for they weaken the ita! energies o the already prostrated system; while undtr the fdreiiL-tLening, life-tiving, vitaliziuj influence of Galvanism, as applied by this beau ti ul and wonder ul discovery, the exhausted p-itieut and weakened suiT-rer is restored to for mer health, strength, elasticity and vior. The great peculiarity and excellence of l!r. Christie's Galvanic Curatives, Consists in the fact that they arrest and cure dieases by outward application, in place of the usual mode of drugging, and physicking the pa tient, till exhausted. Nature Mnks hopelessly uiK'erthe infliction. They .strengthen the whole system, equalize lliC C! rc.i 1.1 1 'em r if t ). I.lnml nrnridt(- Ha tr.rr tions, and never do the tightest injury under Ltaai iuniirucuoii, economy oi luei, aim any circumstances. Since: heir introduction in caPac,J' for cooking, is unsurpassed in this or the United States only three years since, more; a"V other country. than 70,000 IVisoits, The well-known Hathaway, Gebhart end including c 11 a i es, clasrcs and I conditions, a- i Mrs,!all's ake, Dayton, Ohio-and at Day monir which were a large number of ladies, who i t0I J?ncer wajrran.cti two years, are recul arlv f U! ject to Nervous Complaints, I AU sizes and qualitiei ot Premium, Lnivcrse have been ENTIRELY AND PERMANENTLY ! T"110" an' Reliance Cook Stoves, which he CURED, w hen all hope of rdio ' had been given or'rs YcI 1,0vV' up. and every.1 .ins else Leen tried in vain. An -'cellent assortment orten, seven anu To illustrate the use o the Galvanic Belt i six-plate, and Franklin stoves. M.ppore the c-se oi a poison afflicted with that Ah lhe ?bove sl0Vt"s are warranted of tue bane of eiviliation, Dy.vpepsia, or any other ! hest material, and to give entire satisfaction Chronic or Nervous Disorder. In ordinarv cases t0 the purchasers. stimulants are trken, which, bv their action o:i ( ,Ie inVltes attention to Lis large variety of the iw-rvps .ind n.nsf l. s . II, sinmnrh. a!T.-r.-l Parlor Stoves. And particularly to a Superior tenmnrarv relief, bur which leave ti e i.aticnt in ! Self-Regulating Air-ticht, that requires but one ; a lower state, and with injured faculties, afier I tenth ot lhe woo: necessary for a fire-place, the action thus excited has ceo cd. Now com- ! J.Ie Ls a ful1 aä;'orUiltIit tte following pare this with the effect resulting from H eap- j articles: plication of the Galvanic IMt. Take a Dvs ! Copper. Plain and Japanned Tin. and Hol-h-:.!ic snfr.rfr. even in ihr worst vmnt.vnv'nf ! low-ware, Andirons, W aflle -irons, Suirar-ket- an attack, and simnlv tie the Reit ' round th. ' ''. SkiJ!es, Stew-kettles, Dutch-ovens, 6: c, body, usii. ir the Masineiie Fluid as directed. 7n a short period the imemsil le pir.-pxitien will act o ithe positive element ot the Pelt, thereby causing a Galvanic circulation which v . 11 pass on to the negative, and thence lack again to the positive, thus keeping up a continuous Gal vanic circulation throughout 'he system. Thus the most seere cases of Dysnepsia are perma nently cured. A tew days is amply sufficient to eradicate the disease ol years. A. M. HIGGINS, Wholesale and Hatail Dealer in Stoves, Copper, Brass, Tin, dm! Iron Ware, Curner market & fourth &ts., opposite Cf til's Store Lomisport. Indiana. TIHE undersiifned respectfully invites the J attention of the public to the MOST SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF STOVES! in the Wabasli valley, of almost every descrip tion. Among his selections are the following, purchased in Pittsburgh, Cincinnati, Dayton, Rochester and Albany: The far-famed banner's air tight, which for STRANGE ENOUGH! To D. C. Morf.iikau, M. D have disposed of all the Galvanic Relts ! with the exception of tiro, and the results have I ecu most successful, beg you will scud me a new supply immediately. A young man in a town adjoining had been out of health for a long time, and unable to do any work at all. He tried thC'Res-iilars" until they completely phs icked his po kets s well as his system. He then concluded to try a Celt, and his parents and friends begged him to take off the Pelt said it would make him wort e, Are., but he kept it on, and the next day went to haying, and has work ed hard ever" dav since. Yours truly, A. J. SMITH. Bristol, N. H, Septemler 13, 1S30, Dr. Christie's Galvanic Necklace Bras, Zmr, Lead, Cow, and Ox Bells, 6:c., and a few superior Straw-cutters. He has also an excellent artic le of Well and Cistern pumps with wood, iron cr lead pipes. The above articles will be sold low for Cash or most kind of country produce, or old Cop per, Brass, Ptw ter, Beeswax and Rags. A. M. HIGGINS. N. B. Call at the stone building, corner o Market and Fourth streets, where job work will ledone at shi;rt notice. Loiisiispurt, March ÜGth, 1S51. "All Men are Created Free and EquiT and avowing in the broad face of Heaven, his utter repugnance to that most unrighteou law, which fastens the fetters on the lacera ted limbs of the "down trodden" Aincaa. DEMAND ITS REPEAL! Let him swear to defend the "unalienable rights of liberty and the pursuit of happi neV as guarantedto all tuen by the Declar ation of ludependen ce, and to ASSIST THE CAPTVT in his efforts to cast off the masaclee rivitsd by law, and the tyrant will of a MERCILESS MASTER. Le4. hint record his oath cn the sam? page of his Country's of History weich recounts th5 bright deeds of his revolutionary sire, re .'Olvei to give "Aid end com fort" to the pan ting fugititt, and a dog's deith to his brutal pursuers! The above is the language sometimes used by ultra anti-slavery advocate, to show their abhorrence of that peculiar institution, while others more mild, yet quite as firm in their opposition, adopt a more conciliatory tone. Another class occupy a strictly neutral ground, upon the principle that there are men enough in the country to settle that vexations ques tion without their aid ; among this class, oc cupying a very prominent position, may be found TI1S TuULY Ll'tii AD FAß FAMED EXCHANGE AND LOTTERY BROKERS, P.M. PYFER & Co. 3$ Superior street, Cleavland, 0i. Who ate actively eneajel, diy and night, iu selling to every section of the country, an ar ray o! SPI.K.,DID PHIZES. that far excel even their own wiliest concep tions the sucecss of their world renowned firm. Who pail in October, in prize money 835, 749? P. M. PYFER & Co. Who sell and pav, annually, millions of dollars? P. M. PYFER & Co. Who pay their prizes promptly, in Gold? P. M. PYFER & Co. Who sell only in Lezal Lotrerie ? Pi M. PYFER Ac Co. Who do tLc heaviest "of.cry business in 119 world? P. M. PYLF.R&Co, Who seil the most prizes? A. M PYFER & Co. Who have an immense county business? P. M. PYFER & Co. Who admitted twenty years ago, that the old established and far famed prize firm of P. M. Pyfer & Co, (Legal end Authorised lot tery Agents.) stood first on the scroll of fame, and occup'.ci the most prominent position in the public mind? EVERY BODY. Eiisouragia? jiu'ts ! Hundred Made Rich. Vv'itnessthe fruits of crdcT-J. Friends in the. tie our 11 ly. ROCHESTER o. M Miß By T. HITCHCOCK. Rochester, Indiana. Land fur Sale. I .1011 sale on advantageous terms, the est 1 half North West i Sec 23 Town 33 Range 1 Two. containing 80 acres. The N i N E i of s scd for all complaints affecting the Throat i Sec -9 T 33 R 2 containing 80 acres, situated and Head, such as Bronchitis, ntlamation o' six miles Sourh of Plymouth. Also, S W 1 of the Threat, Nervous and .Sick Headache, Dizzi- j X Y j and N W i o;' S W I o Sec 18 T 33 ness o ' lhe Head, Neuralga in the Face, Buz- j containing 13' 18-100 acres, lying 10 miles zing or Roaring iu the Ear's, Deatness, which is West of Plymouth, on the county line adjoin- generally Nervous, and that distressing com plaint, called Tic Doloreux. Dr. Christie's Galvanic Bracelets Are 'bund of vavt 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 or1 IServous hnergy in the limits or other organs of the body. inir Starke county. For information inquire of W. G.Pomeroy, of Plymouth, or of the undersigned at Laporte. Titles unquestionable. A. . MATTHEWS. Oct. 11th 1 S3 1. 3D 3m. MORE NEW GOODS. CARTER'S & CLEVELAND; Are now receivine a larze supply of SUM MER CLOTHING, of all QUALITIES, O Many hundred Certificates from all parts j ot tne country ot ue most extraordinary char acter can be siven, if required. Xj No trouble or inconvenience attends the use of Dr. Christie's Galvanic Articles, and they may be worn by the moit feeble and delicate, with perfect ease and safety, in many cases the sensation attending their uc is highly pleas ant and agreeable. They can be sent to any f part ol the country. ! which they will SELL at very LOW PRICES! A large addition ot COTTON AXD LIN ES GOODS for Men's and Boys' SUMMER CLOTIll.U; ALL at very LOY PRICES. Plymouth May 21, 1 Sol. nl9tf. Fortune Telling. OUR customers having taken away the lar gest half of our Spring Stock of Goods, they will greatly obliee us by calling and tak ing the residue. AsaleofSSOOO worth in nine ty days, is sure proof of low oriees, Just re- ! f.-'iv..! a fv Kimnlv rd narT Jin.1 twinr anA ' -v ! 7 nu Doys rcady t0 d0 l)iem up t0 ST1It buyers, P R I C E S : The Galvanic BtP, Three Dollars. The Galvanic Necklace, Two Dollars. The Galvanic Bracelets, One Dollar. The Magnetic Fluid, One Dollar. plain directions. Pamphlets with Aill particu lars may be had of the authorized Agent. PARTICULAR CAUTION. jTBcwcre of counter t its nnd worthless im itations. D. C. MOREHEAD, M. D. General Aecnt for the United States. 132 Brördway New York. For sale hy IL B. PERSHING, Eole Agent for Marshall County, nliana. Plymouth, Aug. 20th, 185' . 3' -1;-. POMEROY & Co. Plymouth, July 4th 165!. JAMES H. CASE, Jfusi ice of the Peace PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, Office one door North of J, L. Westervelt's Store, andono door South of H- B. Pershing's Drug Store. All order promptly attended to. May Vrvia, - no ! tf. ountrtj C'tme on! We hive on ucky office, all p'rid at sight. One Prize of $20,000 sent to ndiana. One Prize of 515,000 sent to Chicago. Oi.e Prize of 3l5,tXK) sent to Lake Co. Two Prizes oft?10,000 sent to Illinois. One Prize of S O, 00) seut to Pickaway Co. O. Four Prizes of c5.0i0 sentto .1 lien Co. O. Seven Prizes of 62,000 sent to Montpelicr, Jnd. jy We only ask one order to prove conclu sively that there is amänical influence in our old and world renowned agency, that w ill RETURN THOUSANDS FOR SMALL OUTLAYS. IT Try the Schemes for Novtn.Vcr, and order early. BRILLANT LOTTERIES FOR NOV. 1851. Date Capital No. Ballets Price of Price of Nov Prrzes Tickets 1 S 10,000 t5Nos. 12 dr'n S10 3 26,000 73 1 20,000 66 Ö S0.000 n 6 3 of 10,000 75 13,000 73 26.S51 75 20,000 73 30,000 75 25,000 73 1S,000 73 33,000 75 2S.000 C5 2-3.002 73 31.S78 73 20,000 75 21 3 of 13,000 7S 22 C0.OO0 75 21 25,000 73 23,000 75 35,000 75 10,000 73 15,000 7 10,000 7S 7 8 10 11 12 13 14 15 17 18 19 20 i n 44 25 2. 27 2S 20 44 44 44 14 12 14 12 11 IG 12 13 12 15 13 11 12 14 15 13 13 12 11 13 14 12 15 13 4 I 44 44 44 14 14 44 44 44 44 8 0 10 6 5 15 S 5 10 5 4 10 8 A 10 5 5 20 8 5 10 ft 4 10 P'k'gl. $37,00 15,00 37,50 35,00 18,50 19,50 46,50 29,50 18,75 37.00 16.50 15,00 39,00 23,7 17,50 33,00 17,50 18,75 74,00 28,00 17,50 33,00 20,00 12,50 37,50 Jj-The price of Packages of Quarter Tick ets only is advertised above. XrTho Managers Printed Drawings, endorse ed by the Commissioners appointed (for this purpose) by the Governor of Virginia, are in all cases sent to our coirespondeiits. Letters always strongly aui car'ully scaled. The purchasers of Packages of Tickets sel dom have more than six chances against their drawing in a Package any of the capital Prizes, and one .Package may draw four of the highest Prizes. Two-thirds of tho Prizes arc iold ia Packages of Tickets. jyPlease order a few days before the Lot teries draw. All Orders punctually answered by the return mails. Persons at a distance who wish "Fortune Buckled on their Bcks," will find that it in only necessary to enclose the price as laid down in the above schedule. for Package or bingle Ticket to the Truly Fortunate. Fw Famed and Old Established House cf P. A. PYFER J- Co. No. 3S Superior Street, Clca.veUn&0hic. FLOUR! FLOUR!! A good article of Flour on, hand which I will rell cheap. ALSO. Ruck wheat Flier for sale by JAMES DANNÖX.