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Harsball (Cöimiii democrat
OFFICIAL PAPER, OF TUE COUNTY D. & P. HcDOHALD,::::::::::::::: Editors. PLYMOUTH, THURSDAY. JULY - - - - 21, 1859. Messrs Rounds fc LAXcDOxnre our or.lv authorized advertising Agents for Chicago DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. For Clerk, NEWTON R. PACKARD. For Commistitnmrt, 5a Pist. WILLIAM HUGHES. 2d Dur. STEPHEN A. FRANCIS. Auclitor's Report--A gain. In last week's Hepuhlican, the editor de votes over a column in reply to our article on the Audit? fs report. "NY havo read his article on.refu.Hv, and are unable to see wherein hi throws any new light on ti e subject, in answer to our strictures. His donbU as 1o tho ' authorship, amount to nothing as ho admits. The ex-Auditor furnished us the figures on which we based our article. Ve requested him to do this, from the fact that his knowledge of tho books would enable him to brinir the items together with less trouble and greater nc curacy, and hence his issis;auce to that extent. In our article we did not attempt to de fend the ox-Auditor or any of the reports which he published; but our object was to examine the report for thi year, and see if it was correct. If the Republican failed to exhibit the errors, if there were any, in the reports published heretofore, it is no argument that we should pursue the tame course now, and permit the people to re main in ignorance in regard to the true stnte of our county finances. We stated that the rail road stock had been reported as so mucu receipts, and thai orders a id interest were outstanding to that amox:n, over and above what seemed to j2 tho indebtedness of the county. The Libra: v on!r, which has caused such a jreni sensation in the Republican camp, was issued long before the "ex-Auditor" came lato office; consequently, if it was not reported, it was no fault of his. Mr. Dunham, v.-ho was Auditor from 1 C 14 to 1850, statrd in his first exhibit, that the books hvi been kept in such a manner that! it was impossible to ascertain from them die, a wero pleased to note the air of the precise financi.il condition of the coun- prosperity which parvades every depart ty; but the debts and credits were (as near j iiKnt of business in that thriving city, as he could ascertain,) a3 set forth in his j The liberality, enterprise and industry of report. That repo't was taken as the ba- j the citizens of the Star City, are known sis ol all subsequent reports. If they are 1 and appreciated throughout the West, incorrect, by reason of a wrong basis, the . During our stay there, we were the recip f.iult is certainly not nttribu'able to the ex- j ient of civilities from W. S. Lisule, and Auditor. Hut this is irrelevant to the questions at issue, and wo have it to at tend to matters directly in point. The Republican says: "In regard to the 80 OS for stationery purchased in IC52 and '53, allowed at the June term, we think every candid man will justify the Auditor's course. It of right belongs to ' have no hesitancy in saying that it ii the the expenses Of tho late dynasty, and they j most obnoxious beverage we ever tasted. bliouM not attempt to shift iho odium and j Those who have become habituated to it responsibility ot it by pleading irregularis j relish it very much. It has been analyzed ty." Wo were not aware, until we read j by practical chemists, and found (o con the above, that it was the duty of the Au-1 tain medical qualities. On onr return, we ditor to make a distinction, in an official ( stopped at Huntington, and had a "time" report, in reference to the politics of the with Tuonrsoy, of the Democrat, and officer by whom the expense was incurred. Was party spirit ever carried so far before 2 j 1, ? a - v O v tiiiivharn DlSii" Is tho the nnual exhibit of the Auditor design- j again, our salutation shall De, "rail iiei ed for nothing more than an electioneering lers, Meli Wet!" At Ft. Wayne, we called document rotten up to scivo the cause j at the Republican office, but found it ab- of ths party haviug control of that office? j We had supposed that the Auditor's re- ports were pub.ished for the purpose of j D iwsox, the editor, who was in a reraark-mformin-the reoplo in regard to the fi- j ble good humor, as editors generally are. tnnrial condition of the countv, and "not for electioneering purposes." as our Con- gressman would say. This admission of the Republican, taken in connection with ti e whole tenure and bearing of the report, clearly demonstrates to any unbiased mind that pariyism dictated it. The plain truth of tho mf.tter is, that the law requires the order to bo reported, which were is sued between the 1st day of June and the SI st day of May, inclusive, and no others. This order for stationery will be liable to be reported next Juae, from the fact that it Is nrmberd and registered among the orders which were iaancd since the 31st of May. The editor of the Republican does not claim that the Auditor was right in report ing the Treasurer's collecting fees as so rauch xpense, but says that "The Audit or, however, seems to think that his report in that particular is correct, and thinks hJ can satisfy all candid men that it is. who will take the trouble to investigate the mattr." Now, we profess to be candid in regard to the matter: havo investigated it thor oughly, and don't think it right in that particular, or some others that wo have named. We should like to bear the Au ditor, tr the editor of the Republican, at tempt to convince candid men that the proper method of book-keeping is to charge for amounts paid out and not give orfitWi when received, or vice versa. If this can be sa'isfactorily demonstrated, as the "Auditor seems to think" U can, it will obviate necessity of sending oar young men away from home to gain a commercial education.-. As we remarked in our former article, the Treasurer was al lowed, bylaw, to retain his fees (8681.) ooi of the whole amount of county, schaol. school hoase. road aJ sW M which was apportioned among thero. and deducted from them, the balance beinjthe total receipts. The most superficial observer can see at glance, that the Auditor will fail to con viwee business mon that even the 8224 re- tained for collecting the county revenue, should not have been charged as an item of expense, unless that amount had been added to the receipts. The 364 reported as bein" paid to the Treasurer for settling with the State, was overlooked by the editor in his reply. Come, Mr. Editor, explain, or get the Au ditor to, as the "dynasty ' do not wish it understood that they were in the habit of paying the Treasurer out of the County funds for settling with the State. The county never paid that amount for that ; Y rtuiuuui lau V e are tll of tho opinion that the Au- a nor reported me county indebtedness at least one thousand dollars more than it reauy is, no matter whether the ex-Audit- or s reports were right or wrong. The statement that two individuals are known to have 2400, would probably admit of a slight modification. If tbey hold that amount ot orders at tins time, there is no 0 ..I deubt but many of them were issued at the June term. If they held that amount on the first of June, probably moro than half of them have been redeemed. It matters not, so lar as uns controversy is concern- eu, wncuier mo county indebtedness is oi.uuo or ??io,ooo; our position is, that the Auditor has charged items aroountmor o about one thousand dollars which should not have been reported. If he can show a different state of facts, wo should be clad 0 have him do so. vi, ,r, i. t?-..t . i .i i Vhen the liepubhcan makes the expla- iiiuious we nave uemanaeu .in regard 10 the stationery order, the Treasurer's col lecting fees, and fee for settling with the State, wc will have a few more questions to poke at him, and hope he will answer them without any equivocation, as the people are anxiously enquiring about these matters, thinking, perhaps, that if the . .... . . I countv indebtedness is overrated note, it mv noMihW ha undent at snma future . 1 " ifjic. I itiTL?.st week we took a trip to Lafay- employees, ol the Courier, ana Irons a number of personal friends, whose kind ness in showing us the "sights" will be remembered. The most notable feature in the city, of a public nature, is the Ar tesian Well, of which the citizens are just ly proud. Haring tried the water, we some of the best boys ve ever "lagered" with. Our opinion about them is, that they are decidedly "some." If we ever meet dicated. Stepping into th Times office we 6pent an hour very pleasantly with Next, we came home on the P., Ft. W. & C. R. R.. which we found in "good run ning order." ;j3TThe talk about town, this week has been upon various subjects, some of which arc of interest to some of our readers; and if the rest don't want to hear they had bet ter put cotton in their ears. A Mat? from North Townshipstopped at Bnnkleys Hotel, in this place, one night last week. and had fifty dollars stolen from him, by some "friends" who were rooming with him. That's talk about town, anyhow; whether it's so or not. The talk is, that the R'v. Mr. Watkins last Sunday night asked the meanest man in church to go oat, but he didn't go. For being drunk and a little too noisy, Ben. Klinger ar rested and look to the Calaboose a youug man from the Country, whose name we withhold, heping that he will go and sin r.o more xfho upon examination, was found guilty, before Esq. McFarliu, and a fee of seven dollars and costs satisfied the oflend- ed dignity of the law. A Girl stopped at Gambnlls Exchange the other day got work lor a day r two, and when she left, she appropriated to her own use Mra. Gam brill's ear-rinss. When Mr. G. found her she said the ear-rings were a present from her brother, but finally concluded to give them up. A gentleman down town had a nice Masonic breast-pin picked from him tho other day. by some fellow whose cun osity could not be satisfied vrithoat possess- in or it. A few shirta were stolen from sundry places around town one evening last week, but as there is very little said about it around town, we mearly mention it as having occurred. A fewr articles of little valane were taken from the depot, Sunday night, that's all. jfrSe-methiag new endurable weather. Democratic Slate Conven tion. The day appointed by the Central Com mittee for holding the Democratic State Contention, seems to giro genoral dissat isfaction, in all parts of the State. - It las heretofore been the custon of the party to bold their Conventions on the Cth of Janu ai7 bnt as that day jcoraes cn Sunday this, Je th Committee selected the Monday following. A more inconvenient day of h6 could not have been chosen, for tne attendance of delegates. We join in tn0 general opinion that the Convention should beheld on a later day of the week, n order to insure a full attendance. This ohasgo can be made without arousing any I1" wHinga, ana we hope it will be done. m-Jvl t. v " T 3T The Italian war is just now mgross- I atlVHblVIl v m tu VI 4IVU (IUI ivi So far m heard from, the Allies ( Sardini- ans and Ffwtich) Lave proved more than equals for their opnents, th Austrians. In the war which has been recently com menced, two of the bloodiest battles of tho JDth century have been ugh t Magenta and Solfernio. At the late battle an account of which was published last week, the en- hire loss of life was not far short of 50.000 20,000 French and between 25,000 and 30,000 Austrians. Nearly a half million trained soldiers met at the battle, and the result shows auunparalled destruction, of fruman yli9m At last accounts the Austri an. were DreDarinfr for another battle, which hat probably been fouzhtere this. ST0ur Marshal has been enforcing lne ordinance to prohibit horses irom run n,nff loose ,n lhe streets, lis lias taten UP two or lliree belonging to persons in town, who turned them out to graze on . . f 'em all alike. 2TThe rain, last Monday, was the m0st welcome visitor our country has had since the advent of warm weather. Our farmers should cive it credit for at least one-fourth their crop of cora and potatoes. T.I T ' T 1.- 1. 1 1 1. r un i. urouw w. na ic.u me Perrin House at Bourbon, and will tike :.!.:. r... n" t possession ma ursi ui iiuusi. n uu'v: he mav be successful in his new occupa- tion. iSf-Godey's Lady's Dook for August .J T. .V. Ur.at T. olio's Xf-irr. axine on our ExciiZZZ lst- We are stil1 furnishing it at 82,50 iu donation with the Democrat. Terms $3, per yar: Ad dress L. A. Godey Philadelphia. -The smallest Uttls thing we have heard of lataly is a Democrat'c Pwst'Mtsler in one of the out Townships of the County subscribing for tho Democrat to "keep up appearances" and selling it to get his money back. 9 jtSTPeterson's Magazine for August, with its usual ameuut of wit, wisdom. 'woman fixins." tfce. For a magazine that ii worth the subscription pnci, take Peterson's. Price 2. jCSThe August No. of Arthur's Home Maraziue is at hand. It aims for the good ot the people, and to be a magazine fit for the home circle, and it has not mistook its mission. JKTOur youtig friend G. B. Likdsay, Esq. if now carrying on the news business alone. Alf. Wjelltok having withdrawn. Weare.under obligations for favors receiv ed. 3TWe understand that in Bourbon, one day last week, a little child was run ning on the carpet, and fell and struck its head on the rocker of a chair, breaking its neck, and causing instant death. 1 I I 4- little boy eight years old, son of Joseph LaPierre, ef South Bend, was drowned onlast Monday. He was playing in the mill race, and going to far inte the current, was carried down. jC"We understand that the meeting at Pearsonville last Saturday resulted in pass ing Resolutions to the afict that if the Ft. Wayne k Chicago Rail Road did not pay up in thirty days, up comes the track ! The "citicens" are getting desperate up about Pearsonville; the track has been "soaped" and a bundle of Telegraph wrie has be in used to impede the progress of trains. No damage done. Jüan Killed at Valparaiso. The freight train coming from the west last night, run over two Irishmen at Val paraiso, killing one instantly, and injuring the other so severely that there is little hotwj of rccoTerr. The circumstances were: The train stopped at the station, and while there, -he nen, both intoxcated. attempted to pass between the cars; they became entangled among the wheels, when the train started, passing over both of them. There is no blame attached to any one except themselves, as those con rected with the train knew nothing of their danger. i-M. A. Kidwell and W. C. Bhirley started for ye Peak, this morning. We hope they may have better luck than their unfortunale predecessors. SHon. Rufus Choats, one of the first of American statesmen and jurists, and a most estimable man, filed on the 13th inst. He was a resident of Boston. . JtSTRead the new advertisements. JCJTD. E. Sickles has resumed marital relations with hi .wifr. Verily, "the dog retumelh to his vomit." ZMr. Joseph Hume died of Con sumption, in Bourboa, last Tuesday, JLe I tcr Ironi c, Belau gee. I HEARD ! I WKNT ! I I SAW 1 I ! Dead wood Diggings, June, t5. Deau Spexcer: I have been waiting patiently tor something to turn up worth writing about, and suro enough I have it although 1 expect you have heard all, and more too. I cann from the Gregory Dig gings they ar taking out the gold in thousands per week, in a new kind of diV gings to Californians (you will see it in a i . i . . .i . vjreeiy s report ne was mere, made a speech last Thursday, took items, made a report, had it printed here, and sent it to the Inbune). Theio discoveries aro in leads between rocks from four inches to two fret wide, and no knowing how deep yieiaing ainerent sums to the pan some times ten dollars to the pan, and some um not mu cni. mere are are some few claims that will yield from fifty to on hundred dollars per day, to tho man one man to pick, one to haul on a hand eled in a bag, and then carry the sled back- two to wash. 1 his is a regular business since they have commenced and sot fairly io worK. (now it would hurt our return ed company, if they could see the dust through a glass, sitting by their fire-sides at home!) More anon. I have had word sent to me twice to ome ovor, that they had claims staked off for me I started off, footed it over the mountains both times a distance of some twelve miles but Enoch's proved wclh lens, or no lead at all. Enoch is ou. of luck, but if perseverance, pick and shorsl. are the bowors, lam suro to lift the pile. T 1 4'T i . i Keep aguii uppor up, and "iwy time wish I'd turned back with the rest of the company 1 am bound to have the p-old. a O for "I feel it in my bones." as dad Vin- nedge says. Let us tro back to Gregory's diggings I went over last Sunday," after being invited Saturday night to come, and as I was going through among the wag gons, tents, crush shanties, and some few log cabins covered with spruce pine, brush and dirt, it was a curiosity to se their dif ferent occupations the old, with specta cles, the middle aged and the young wri ting, and all, I presume, on ditferent busi ness and subjects some on business of profit, and others to their loved ones at home (an article that Enoch has not cot). Some with tail gates of waggons, and lots i ii wun gout pans or pine jogs, and every po sition that could bo thought of for writin letters. Some cooking for the week to come, or already come, some singing 'hal lelujahs.' while others war sinirin 'Bar- bary Ai!ei' A man commenced playing on a uugje, very wS:J as I supposed, but tho hills made such a halloo!ö In re sponse, that the player got ashamed and quit thi? was at night. Now for the morning some one had a. .rooster that crowed in tho morn:ng, and' probably a hundred men tried to beat; the noise caus ed a mule te bray, and for nearly a mile in every directior. might be heard the bray ing of men in imitation, and I am not ashamed to say that I cojM not tell the mule fiom the men. Enough on this sub ject. Hundreds are coming here daily, and are returning by fifties, swearing that it is all a humbug, and in some respects it is, for there are only a ijw who get gold. This kind of mining is a new thing to many, and many have not their Isads open, and sluices ready to work, but are progress ing very fast. Some forty or fifty men with saws going steady, tnd principal! all for sluices. There is hsrdly a housa with floor O" door, as all othei business monop oly and speculation arc set aside, and the digging made the order ot the day. The finder of a new nine is entitled to trfo claims, one as discovering claim, and j the other he will stake off for Tom, Dick, and Harry, and then ommence selling, some pay and some do nt. Gregory, the first discoverer, told nie 'hat he had sold more than 8100,000 vrorth of claims in about a month. lie sold his last and best claim last Monday, for $40,000 the men opened it and took out &5 to tho pan. Gregory eays he will giv S10.000 to rue back again. II sells claims, payments to be made weekly after th3 buyer can get to work, or all that is made over expenses, under forfeiture of the claim. His income amounted to 81,000 before the last 840, 000. They are allowed fifty by one hun dred fest for a claim, and probably this is more than five midd?5Aged men would dig in their life-time the claims are toolarge, it don't giv enough i chance to work. Now for my prospects. I am at Dead wood diggings, the timber all being killed for thousands of acrei together; the creek is called St. Vraiu't fcrk; some call the diggings Jeffeason diggings, after a town laid outon the creek, but 'nary' housa in the town. I am in company with three others; we hold a claim tt three hundred feet up and down the crek, we commenc ed turniag the creek, bu: the snow in sight of us began to melt and swelled tho creek to quite a river, and washed away the dams which were built, and it has kept rising till a few days past. "VYe turned in the ground sluices off the tp dirt, thinking tho crsek would fall sooa, but we were all disappointed. W hav given up any cer tain time to commence ttki ng out the gold, and have been trying .'o find some dry dig gings till tha water fails, but have foond nonoasyet. Our daim is thought to be the best on the creok.the best judges think it tobe 'ounce digghgs' more than that was taken out before the creek raised. I have not taken out a dollar as yet, - but hava done lots of hard work, aud working in the wet so much causes my fingers to cramp, s that I havo to stop writing eve ry few minutes to tub and straighten them. I would like to hav time, and will take time, to tell you hör P. Smith cursed the country, and swore it was not the place for geld, and got ah but Enoch to believe it and turn back, vhile I plead fr them ' to stay as long as the provisions lasted save enough to take usbicfc if they- had stay ed as I wished, and went to Gregory dig gings, we might now, in all probability i - nil thousands, for tha Ilia ' o u J 1 i ii ill u - ---news had just got in from the mountains i WM Capt. Sopris and others put in and got claims before so many got in. Our boys would not even let us havo a big hunt and recruit our horses; no heme they must go by harvest; that was all their cry. will, write agaiu shortly. Yours, ENOCH BELANGEE P. S. When I have time and my fingers don t cramp so bad, I will write to my friends through the papers and tell them whether it is worth while to come. As yet I cannotadvise them to come, but they can do so if they choose there is plenty of gold if they can get it. E. B. Important from Washing ton. Washington July, 19. Private advices from Tuscoa Arizona to July 2, states that Peschiera had arriv ed at HermosoIIo, and announced his in tention of driving all the Apache Indiana north of the line with the aid of a Sonora battalion. The revolt of the Gagui and Apache- In dians seemed to have teen suppressed; but another has broken out in tho northern part of Sonora, and a band of four hundred men, under a Papago Indian leader, were doing great damage to property. It was expected that Lieut. Mowery and Edward Cross, the Arionian, would tight a duel on the 5th of July. Lieut. Mowrey's grievance is an abu-ive letter concerning him communicated to the Slate's newspa per of this city. 1 he Indians in Anions continue their depredations. A company of volunteers are in pursuit of them. lhe Secretary oi the Interior has. under the act of March 3, 1859 making appro priations preliminary to the eight census appointed Mr. James C. G. Kennedy to laKrt direction ot the work. It is n well asertained fact, known to tho Indian bureau, that very many of the dis turbances are justly attributable to the en croachment of the whites on the reserva tions set apart for Indians by the general goverr.msnt. The whites having once ob tained possession, there is no way, th U. S. military forc6 bein small, to dispossess mem, ana sometimes, in consequence ot their remaining unlawfully on the soil, new i j . ireawes nave io oo made wun the Jnduns, who are thus continually harassed in their affairs. Owing to the inadequate number of In dian agents it has been found impossible n every case to carry out all tho treaty ob igation, or in time to impress tho Indians tavorably by an exhibition of our irood faith and to proven dissatisfaction arising: from uniuitiuea pledges. A letter from Genoa, Juno 26, says: The organization of the Hungarian Legion rapidly advances. It is in accordance with a decree of the Sardinian government, by which, so long as the legion remain in It aly, it is suhject to the orders f the Sar dinian Ministry, and must take the oath of fidelity to the King. Cut as soon as it is upon Hungarian soil this obligation ceases and th Legion bocoms the nueleusof the Hurigapan army. The first Hungarian brigade is a!;dy organixad. Its depot is at Acqui. under conjod of Col. Ihasz. The 6econd briga le ts ia process of organ ization uder Col. N. Kiss. Col. Sreter is organizing tho java'ry.' Rev. Alexander Clark, Editor of the "School Visitor," says: Wc have had ample opportunities d-iring the last few weeks, of witnessing the practical work ings of the Iron City College. Having been in al most daily intercourse witli the Teachers and Stu dent?, in the study room, and at ths different recita tions. We have only to say that thoroughness and intense interest characterize every perform ance. Students are arriving daily from all parts of the country, and the number now in attendance is larger by far, than any similar college East or Weet. Mr. Jenkins, the Principal, is a gentleman of the strictest inte'ity, and the entire faculty is com posed of competent and faithful instructors. Ev erv inducement announced in the widelv diffused advertisements of this institution, is here promptly carried out, m the course of gtud and discipline which this college has won its present reputation." PLYMOUTH MARKET. CORRECTED WF.EKl.t H. Q. THAYER & CO., Produce and Commission Merchants. WAREHOUSE NEAR THE DEPOT. WHEAT Red, bu $1 00 do white ) bu 1 00 CORN "t bu bo 50 ' 60 4 00 90 10 12 12 1 50 OATS - bi POTATOES bu FLOUR cwt... MEAL corn fbu., EGOS 1 doz BUTTER p lb... LARD f fc CHICKENS 13 doz SALT f?bbl 2 00 BEANS 13 bu 1 00 2 00 WOOD y cord 1 50 HAY marsh ton 4 00 do tame do 5 00 TANDARK i? cord 2 00 HAMS sugar cured p R 15 Shoulders do 11 BEEF dried do 15 HUCKLEBERRIES pqt 8 BLACKBERRIES do 8010 If nnr umw Ali In illUUUl iiiuiioii III II it I It I CASH! CASH!! CASH!!! $500, $1000, S3000! EveTy man in Marshall County and surrounding conntry has now a real chance for making the above sums at any time, by calling on me and securing the following tracts or parcels of choice ind extra lands in the county of Maries, State of Missouri. I have over 2000 acres in lots of 40, 80, and 160 acres, seven miles from Vienna, the county seat, and eight totwelrc miles from the railroad and 2 miles from Gasconade River. Also 320 acres of choice land in Crawford County, 12 miles from railroad. AUo 320 acres in Wayne County two miles from railroad. All of theso lands or parcels of landaare of the vry best quality. They are no graduated, or one shilling on acre land ; they are all in the heart of a thickly settled and fast growing country, I will sell 40 80 and 160 acre pieces, or more, and any person can go and see the land and if they don't" prove as represented then no sale. I will trade for improved lanes about here or for cash, on good terms now is your time without de lar. 'Call on the Agent CIIAS. WHITMORE, At his Ware House at the Depot. N I am also Agent for the Charter Oak Life Insurance Company, ol Hartford Ct. For information call on cae and get a pamphle t. . Plymouth Graded School This School will commence its full term of 12 weeks on Monday, the first day of August. Tho terms of tuition, plan of instruction, and conditions of membership will be the same as they have been during the Spring term. Snitable assistants will be employed when found Decessry for the best in tercsts ot the School. II C BURLINGAME, Plymouth July 12 33t3 Principal. CpGJXHave enlarged their business, and en- paped competent workmen to do all -kinds of BUGGY & CARRIAGE Making and repairing. Tliey continue to mnke W A (tr Ü ET And do all kinds of repairing, smithing And wood work. Thej have employed Mr. W. KELLY to tnke charge ; of 'this department, where all work in this line will be doie to order, with nromntnes. ami line will be doie to order, with promptness, and in good nyie. HORSE-SHOEING. July 21 341y DR. A. 0. BORTON, SURGEON DENTIST. Whole or partial seta of Teeth inserted on the most approved plan?. Fpecial atten tion mid to the preservation of the natural teeth, and irrepuhirit y ot Children's teeth corrected. r anprs and dilhcii't tceca extracted with or without Chloroform. Can be consulted at his office at anj tune except on .uonuaysana lucBdars. Office in Pershing's block, upstairs, corner Mich igan and Garro streets f341vl Shaving, Hairdressing, bathing' rooms, On Michigan St., a few doors south of the Edwards House, where Hot, Cold, and Shower Baths Can be had at all time?. Thankful for past fa vors, the subscriber respectfully solicit a contin uance of public patronage. A. BILLOWS. 3-H.r-j STATE OF INDIANA. STARKE COUNTY. SS: In Starke Common Fleaa Court, September Term, 1859 Notice 13 hereby given that Joseph P Austin, Administrator of the estate of Thomas Moran, deceased, has filed his petition to sell the real es tate of the decedent, his personal property being insufficient to pay hi debt, f nd tint said petition will be heard at the next term of the Court of Common PIcuf, to be holden at the Court Ilouee in rviiox on uie iouriu Monday ot September, IbiJ. j :'V JU1IM SUfc.LEK,C C P C S C, Porter, Att'y J E Short, dent. juhl-31t3 Sheriff's Sale. By virtue of an execution and order of sale to me directed from the Clerk of the Marshall Cir cuit Court, I will offer for sale as the law directs at the court house door, in Plymouth Maninil Co lnd on Thursday the, 2Sth day of August 1659,between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 4 o'clock p m, of said day, the rents and profits for a term not exceed ing seven years, of the following described real es tate in Marshall County Indiana, to-wit: West half of the north east quarter, the south cost quarter of the north east quarter and the south east quarter of seet;on thirty one; and the north west quarter of section thirty-two; and the north east quarter and the north east quarter of the north west quarter of section thirty-three, township thirty-four, range one east. Also the north cast quarter of the south west quarter of section twenty-nine; the west half of the south east quarter of section thirty, and the north half of section thirty -one, in township thirty-four, north of range two east, containing in all of said tract of land ten hundred and eighty acres, more or less. If such rcnU and profits will not sell for a sum sufficient to sstisfv said judgment, interest, costs and accruing cot., I will at the same time and place offer for sale the fee simple in und for said real estate, or so much thereof as mav be necessary to satisfy said dem.mds. Taken as the pror ertv of Edwla A Wales and Mary E Wales at the suit of Alexander 11 .New I.puM. 34w3s3 50 O. M. BARNARD, Sheriff. SHERIFFS SALE. BY Tirue. of an execution to me directed from the Clerk of the Marstu'U Common ric.is Court, I will offer for sale aa the I.-Ih directs, at the court house door in the town of Plymouth, county of Marshall, and State of Indiana, on Wednesday the 19th day of August. 1859, between the hours of 10 o'clock a ra and 4 o'cioek p m of paid day, the rents and profits for a term not exceeding seven year, of the following described real estate in said county of Marshall, and State of Indiana, to-wit: The south-weit quarter of the south-east quar ter of section seven, (7) in township thirtv-two (32) north of raDge number two (2) cast, containing forty acres, more or less; ai!?o the north-west part of the north east quarter of section eighteen, (18) township thirty-two (32) north of range number two (2) east, containing forty acre?, be i'ae same more or les.. If such rents and profits will not sell for a suffi cient suni to satisfy said juiigmcn , interct, costs and accruing costs, I will at the same time and place ullci fo- tho fee simple in and for said real estate, or 60 much thercot as imtj be necesarv to satisfy said demands. Taken as the property of Silas Ileighv anai,r. tin Wygant at the suit of William Parker and Isaiah Brook. jul21-34td3 0 M HARVARD, Sheriff Notice to Heirs of Petition to Sell Real Estate State of Indiana Marshall Countv: Notice is hereby given that Frederirtj Hoover Administrator of th estate of Frederick Hoover deceased, has filed his petition to sell theWal en tate of the deceased, his personal propcrtV bein insufficient to pay his debts; that said pctitii will be heard at the next term of the Court otVora mon FIcae of said Countv. attest: N R TACKARD, CCPM 31t3 Sheriffs Sale. Ptf viritd nn atdp.i 1 1 An ff try a HirnrfAfl f rfti he' Clerk of the Marshall Circuit court will offer for sale as the law directs, at the court House door in the town ot Plymouth Marshall County Indiana on Saturday the 6th of August, 1859, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m aud 4 o'clock p m of said day, the following described real estate situitc in Marshall County Indiana, to wit: The south half of the east half of the south cast quarter of section 19 township 33 north of ran;e 1 east 19 acres; also one other piece con taining 60 acres except 20 acres from the west side thereof, eommencing at the north-east corner of section 30 running CO rods west on section line, thence 160 rods south thence CO rods east thence ICO rods to the place of beginning containing 60 acres, in Marshall Co., north of range 1 east town 6hip 23 in the north-east quarter o f said ection, Taken as the property of Christopher McQuis- tin at the suit of Joseph Vancamr. 33w3$2,50 O. M. BARNARD Sheriff. MAP OF MARSHALL COUNTY. The undersigned j-ropose getting up a Litho graph Map of Marshall County, (if sufficient en- i couragement is given.) containing the Civil and ' Congressional Townships, Sections, and the small er subdivisions, with the owners' names thereon; Water Courses, Towns, Post-Offices, principal Stte and Count Roads. Rail Roads. Mill. T.la Churches, kc, ic. It will be 63x63 inches, in-1 side of the heading and references. If a sufficient number of subscribers are obtain-1 ed, it will be ready for delivery m November next TERMS: One copv. $3 00 Clothback and rollen, 4 00 J. Ii. N. KLING ER, t. Mcdonald. Plymouth, June 23, 1859. NOTICE. The Wolf Creek Mills w,ll be stopped about the first of July, for the pur pose of repairing; they will be in operation by the 15th. Onr customers will pleas take jotice. jun23-30t3 " M. 'tK. IIÄIÄ BIÄLJPTE AHMT. T. MCDONALD, Real Eslale Agtent & Notary Public, ornct over mercer clotuing rrott, PLYMOUTH, : . INDIANA. pvRAWa DEEDS. SUrtApeS, and IS A T i ..... and furniilics Abstract ef the san.it : pavaTaxe?. - - f i a JtviiiiiiVE I uirvf. ana veaeemi i .una aoia lor laxes REFERENCES: ; Hon. Jon B Nile .'..Laperte . r- a...i. t..i roiuiAM Eddy, South Bend, u N Fitch, Loganport, J W Dodd, Auditor of Statr, Indianapolis, Sor- D Batle, Es-, Ft. Warne, It D Log ax, Kaq IltishviHe, S C Stetem, Ej Madhion, E W II Eu.ie, Es(i Goshen, A L Wheeler, Fq H mouth, G W Smtlib, Esq f.emsclaer, rijmoutli, June 23 30tf. 4 tt I I 4 INEVITABLE ! ! ! Higlilr Important from Europr!! The Emperor of France at the Head of half a -Million Soldiers! The E mpress proclaimed Regent during the Emperor's Absence! BUT in the event of all these stranje facts do not fail to rt member the MI ZX -m -m ot h HARDWARE STORE Xo. 1, AVestervelt'a Block, PLYMOUTH:, IND. Now properted hj BUCK & T0AH. Successors to I.. Crane .V. Co., who are selling all kinds of goods usually found iu Hardware Store, consisting iu part of Cook, Parlor s Plate Stores Copper, Slieot-: w 3rl ns I Fxtty9 Agricultural Implements' Saddlery and Coach HARDWARE, Oixtloiry", Xicadf dbc, dbc, efce. Together with a hot of other thing too numerous to put in type. Wc would state to the pood people of Northern Indiana, who purchase their II rd ware in Plymouth, tlicr willalwnr find ns in rea'linef to show them our good, and in all easef will rind them as represented. We do not adrertisc to pell at cost, hut will sell at afair advance on manufac turer! price?, and as che.tp as the cheapest, for Our TIX SHOP is in good running order, and we would solicit any work you way want done in that line, at low rices, and with despatch. We 1iat recently taken up our abode w Uli you, and intend to make it our home. TVould ak all who are in want of any poods in our line, to give ui a cIl before purchasing, and we trust, by giving strict attention to your wants indby giving jou good goods, to nierit a share c f your patronage. Dont fail to give n. aut. keneinbcr the place, one door south of Westerveii. iv floods Store. c. c. bcck,? " Your?, Verv Reepectfullv, c. e. TOA.f BUCK k TO AN. June 2 27 High Wages for labor Don't work hard and then buy things at high pri ces, when yovi can get twice as much for your money. I want large quantities of Sfl For tanning. I want all the there is in the country to be had. When you ALare got eithr to sell, bring them to the Hort o A- C- STALEY mVymouth and I will gire you a better price and Than a other man can or dar do for the tame amount V BARK, HIDES, or any other kind f PW2 O 1TI VfE .Come and see tne. "Heaiine iildievinr. and seeine ia ksowins. That's a TurKUj, prorerb, and if jou come to "see" me and 'Vir' tnr prices for good, tou will bcliere' andvn0w' that 1 can do better by you than any man n v mouth. J have eu hand a fc00d stock 0f Dry 'Goods, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. STA PLE AND FAXc.y GOODS i Of all kinds suited to the inrlct. lam a plain looking, honest talking and fir dealing man, mean Must what I MT-io just as I K2Tro a ltd idiall sue- ceed in benefiting you if you Win lt tne. That old and well kno n Tanner S. S. STALEY, Will turn your hides into leather at the shortest notice and in the best manner, and baring a 'Home Market, we can pay more than those who bur to ship. Call on 3f A. C. STA LEV. STRAYED from the subscriber, living in Weit township, on the 19th, a two rear Old ware Colt. biown. no white on her, tall and licbt built. Anyperson retarding her, or giving information, will be suitably rewarded. Address Slt3 JOHN LOWRY, Plymouth, lnd.