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PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: THURSDAY MORNING. MAY 1.". Fob covkrm r THOMAS A. IIKNDRK'IvS. of Shelby. T R LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. DAVID TUKl'IE. f While. FR -i.CitnT.YPr F MATE, W LLIAM Ii SCULATEit. .f Wavne. FOR AUDITOR (F eTATK. JOSEiMI RATINE, of Vio. FOR TREASURER 'F STaTE, NATILN' L F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vi-o. FOR ATTOKNtr GENERAL, OSCAR B. HO RD, of Dec:ii:r. fjr sup? ti vrasDsv! pcjlic i.vrii;crN' SAMUEL L. ':UGG. of Allen. FoR CLER v SUPREME CURT, CORNELIUS O'BRIEN, of D arb.rt FÜR REP RTER -UPREME CURTt M C KERR, of Fiov.l. Charleston Cosivcniioii Ad journed. On toed ay of our last i.ssuo. the Charlea to:i Convention r!j urtie;! wit out milking a nii:i.vi-u, to iiie"?. a! Bihitn."rme on th 13;h uf Juno. This va a very un expose. 1 proeee liii;r. lhii:j?i probably the best thru caul 1 bi l'Oi- under thecircum sta:iod. It has cause J rauch .anxittyon the part of all p !i;i.ri in 3. Th Democrats rere no? prpirel lo hear it. Neither were the R.pub!ii-iis. wh..t of course, will m.ako h rt-Rt Mtiw x.bout V. firtittjn that four years ao they Jul tho same thirty met al iMrtslnrh split up. am! ,i'.Ij.urned V l'hil i hstdiia where Fremont "w.i- noini na'ed. t i:t? fiü?" of Mie secep.-ion at n,. , 1 .1 . ti : ::i-,ir!" 1 .11 m simiilv t.his hfl onnnsi ion - - 1 j --- r j in tlv north lvive fr years past been prea-h'fi-' al-liii-mism and in many, in-etanc-s their proselyres have attempted cani'i' ih-'ir finalicai doctrines into efl"ctt anJ h:iv- en?r"d soiuheru sta and eiol-n the 7-...".?riv of Sou'l.ern men, run their 1 . 1 . t ..... .. U Vl"ia 'I Ol Il l:l"I il ilHU !-. im.i Lie- i ... t ated in th: r..'jdj of the south, a teelmg . . "I or spirit vf resis'.-nce, wi;j-h has risen to! " i such a pich that they too have become ' . - . fanaiical the uhi-ct .-f ßla-ry in the J J ! territ)ii-i and aie now con'ending for t he Barne pro hAc t hit ihe fana'ics of th north ? are that Coiiirrebs has the power to es- 3 tablish and rro ect ! avf-ry in the erri- tone and th a! tlu-y shall d it; while the j Republican party contrnds that Congress l.s i)re powvr to make loc.nl laws m the j termor .n.l .hat s-avy lall ..t ... 1 T " I nor bj pro:1.", e l 1:1 tlieiri, only difTeringin ' i""- l'Mr'" . the manner in whi-h G.:,g,s shall use ihe . poer they ror.cede to it. They are both , figh:ing for abs radios, and are vinurdly ; telling Cong,, s, what it shall do, 1 ; . . i . . ! 4 1... l s.av.s 1.. 0 nor,, ern auu . , miHr4presenta;ion u,cd by the trav f'i tii;1 C mi-:i;u'!o:i ot t';e Uns cd j . . ... r .1 t 1 ' ' 'n"ri"ptanl lishonest tcaJers of the Re- .Sr.' ? h iv. rfus'd t let them b-3 taken! ... . P . x- . . J . r . . publican party of the North, that every back hv their owners. Tiiis ift repeat- . 1 1 1 " o.i 1 c uv j, ii.n. . .. f ; blavvholder in the South who owns five live foronemornentthittheet istrucl'onsip j liat person Wfuild been - ,, , . , , . i 11 ' 8"u!J,bl" & '"as! Ver lighter.! by fc .illt.lwddle. und ny vote f otie member wb.. in ih-y may eend j n?an wj uter tj,js untruth wilfully r . . . Z lh,. n.i im :oil. I. ..f .r,ijnoUtol,y11c onn!em .,f a IM f. ''"""J'""''!'!!?.!..!. n-ing to ob-j rty .,, the fj, an,l als... me pr..tecil. j ,ail, tU votes -f l-.onest. cmfiJin, men by th- C. :.tr.u-..(i. Sr,ntä ti,m m th, wu- mUrpp,.sf.n,ig-hv taking nlv,s, ,.f tot.,s. H-r- a.Ml lUt tl.,y is!,,,-, ant f i,f.,n.ati.m ,l,iä g..b,y..nd tthe C-.nM.tu pu,, j ,, )vi res,,r. t,. any mnS , ,-m. n;, f. Ih ...lere.l t. m-S U, j nl:.er ,, ,,,,.. -eure . vote for lis the agre-Mo .s fio:o t.te norlh. but, that j , We seriously doubt the honesty they ,,,(,It l i,.Mm? s. ra ncal as to witn- draw fr..ro that party nhioh has over main- tained the lights f the soiith.is a proceed I 8i!OW tl0 Consti.ution and make them iii that w. must say we c m See but very j . water. a!so as; ,j)t.m wny they com litile ser,e in. Th.e r,U form adt.p'ed was i ...... avarv ,11WP :n ",ilrt V.irib "P' t . ,i,t i ti- !,- J,. i.f xia iviiti iho! i5e-v f 'hl bu lj ,l ltwR' wu" 1,10 ! . " - ftl e S in-erne Court which is ; lec Uiuj . ' ' C!JI,,em uru ,4,c : , r, la.d. iarorHort!. This' I lie iHW VI IL. or. tf Old Wit' anv j i platform i-'. ll; ..A. ...1. I. mm I ' w - . - l tine believer i:; a r- tubi. 'an " rm 4,1 r emment and a la-.r nbidiuo; 'll,'r' j ak. if they o, in f jr thj contr f powes. they must go with that p..'f)' wlio advocat.-s lli--e principles and not j Sr-ck :. engiait euch heresies into the j Democratic party. Ipial and C.nsti:u-1 !i..:ia! li 'his t.o th citiz-ois of a!I the spates i , e , i .1 is the only afj doctiiiej that can head- v. eitel, arid wh'ii a pri):cip!e stops short of that or i('e-i b eyond ir, thin it is a her- esy. and should be ?p:ir..ed by every true lover of his country aud our j.iinciples of govervif-nf. The secedeis fiom the Charleston Con- reruiou may eucreod in weakening the Democratic party fr a time, but the prin ciples of ti e party aru immuuble ati'l mini prevail, when rightly understood by the p'-ophi of the county. This conservative s-n iment will yet be endorsed by the n.a j :i V of tl J"ple north ar.d south. The c. nii ieoti il'.y expect that these ralieal dele! j mvs fr. m the south who have adopted as their motto "rule or rum, will lie üis charged and the states from which they w sent t..Charlesi.n. will select an other m oe M-i.sibIe and conservative set of men a to fiii the place t'iey have so abused by 1 ...... r .t aiisirenitwutiut,' Miitimcnts of the a.e that eei them there. Some of the p.omincnt n-cn and j-iarnaw . u. S(n(t:! have already a, ; u.. ...... .nnta'ives of the w.shea and . , i .nt HntaOVfS ..,1 .W f. tU otlJ. and .ü m ',. 'Jt w,.o ... i ...... - w;lh ft re. IWd iitn U th-V. will v baVHrorot!.etrnntu .n hem f trouble of representing thorn in tho national councils nijain. Right wil. prevnil.if iiotiuiiuedia e!y it will ultimately Contrary to all former precedent, Mi. Doiighis af er receiving a majority of all ihe vote in the Convention was not mad' the nominee of the convention. In 1CSC ;vheu President Buchanan and ISnrtoi Douglas ve"e both be for lie Cincinnati Convention, as soon as Douglas was in formed that Buchanan had received a ma j o i'y of all ths votes eist, ho lel'g'Hplied his friends to go for Mr. Buchenau which thev did and he was nominated. For this mananimiiy be has received a pitiful return. and a disciimiualing public ill not fail to see it. At the com inj meelni of the Cor.ven t?on we hope all this fanaticism will be done a ray wiih, and that the will of the majority of the people will be regarded, and to bring this about men of honor and intejjrry mustu3 'hosen to represent their constituents, and nof unreasonable and fan.a'ical politicians, who would rather see the Union severed than have their fanati cisms fail, or be thrown aside. The Republicans are now sorely troub led. They were oing to make their nom ination at Chicago to suit the Charleston nominee. As it now is they do not know which part of the party to paciifice. If the Charleston Convention had nominated a southern man thy would rndouhetedly have taken Seward, and if Douglas had been the nominee they would have taken some milk-and-water tool, made of no tangible compound and who was a little of 1 .k: ... i. . 1 ic . .1.1 i 19 m- Urst the propiiety of our Republican rt J friends not blowing off to strong until after the Chicago Convention, as they are evi dently "in a quandary" themselves. IVcroc IV or Hi and S011II1. Now, that the campaign is opening fairly, wa hear again and again that oft , 11 1 .1 e .1 1 slaves is allowed three vo'es for them, and ! e . . . fp, . , of course, one for limsolf. There is only . . . . . one i f twi t Ii l n "K a'lout a man w in will . . . . . , mak such a sta'.omeiit, he 1 either g . . M,r . . . ,r T Iy ignorant or a willful fa!ifier. In gross- In ma- . . . , f . . . . . kiivg np the number of inhanitants that j . . , . . . entitle a district to a representative in . . . Conrrress, in the South, five neirroes are reckoned only three, while five nesroes . thp Xortbern Stares are reckoned FIVE. h BJllement of thm lrulh in c we our frn(,s );. ' . . , , . . whii'Ii we tee ther are beoanninr to tell Ui(0liiV,n th(, ware(1 f f every d(tjn0U(l w,,0 Jf tt th J,, rtl lnow anv better ... of any n5Hn w;llo wi;j mate tn uuJ warn our fliCIIa to hewn hi? statement. war? of them. !Uv !,, .T Tot l.r left .Wi"!r"n;"r;, AmlTW. Mk A. 0 . ." . .. ..... . "artiann u. uvp. nner wincn tne meet will dr.p the subject, but if they persist!. , . . - , t i . mir JTve three cheers fr the Democracy, in making the siaiemenl, you can take it; . . .. . .. . , ... r.,., ! ,n n adjourned to meet nt 7 P M. this. I;r UrHllirU HIHI H Hie-IHnj Villip llltfir . L.....l ...t. 1 .1.. .1 I r t i tr mi r ioi r i I 'Jti m i i i z.m tiii i 1 1 :i i i 1 1 u -i consider their r.artv bankrupt, as it really j,,, principle, and havinfound this to be . i the case, we advise Democrats to treat thm accordingly. Th " Pft tho Constitution concerning -ti(,:,ment will bo found in arti- hc'-m 21, of the Constitution of . c..,.Äa ihe United K ia es. Coi'pOlM lOl- IICCtlOSl. Qf jomj.4V a3t wjs he hi our Corpora- eVctio" The ntira Democra ic hy aVfta-e majo.i y oj lj,jrtJi independent of tins ''ood 'lain ;ihoUt which our opponents are Jisi.'" Ui make uucii an atio generally. l . i it i. ' j was a treneral turn out of all the votei s who were at home, but several Democrats were absent, beside thoKo on the train, be fore spoken of. All in all there were over twenty who did not vote, who, had they been at home, would have made the ma- .iity over tihv. The llepublieans hdd two cot.veniiona and of course had what they counted their best men on the ticket. Whvn the occasion requires ;t, wo will beat them fifty votes in th Corporation, for we have the voters to do it. So far, thin -s lok rather unfavorable for them to hmor that draf: the editor of th Repubü c.in Bays has been issued on Marshall cotin ty. If they will make i: about 3ÄJ less than the ediffr has given, they will be nearer the thintr. tit this will give ih Dcmooracy a majority of 1U0, which is about the actual majority. Th llepubli can may make their calcülat ins to fiht a live oppouont in Marshall thU fall. Thi thev already know, and they aro exerting they aireanj mow. Uhwb" Hceordmgl v. - . y. W predict that, after the fall elections many of them will ook like Ilumrid oiuer did when he lost 'he twenty dollars on Monday last, as tlv heir figures had been made too large. Republican Club. Some of our Dem ocralic friends attended the Republican Club on last Tuesday night, and report v as a very rich thing, in they way of bore.' Tho address of the evening was delivered by that biilliatt individual vho represents us in the State L-gislature Il n James 0. Parks. His friends tdotxl his imposition first rate, for three or four hours but finally it became intolerable, and theyj bgan leaving in squads of from three to: six, and cortinued until the hall was al - most f-mpty. Finally, at about 11 oYlo. k P. M., the orator and statesman finding himself delivered of what had been a great burthen to him, came to a chse. Then s ur.ethir g was said about taking up a col lection, when there was .a j'eneral sam- pde for the door, amid the darkness that prevailed, for tho Hon. -ntlemen h,(1 sooken the lights out. Thev adi .urned ' a - .1 ,1 ,.:. a? uir till! win 11 cill9. Too Fast. Our Republican friends of this place had all the prt-liminiarieg, save one, made for a good time on Monday night last. The knowing heads had got ten together and decided that the game they played in this township at the April election, was the policy namely, swap ping and hing about supporting certain Democratic candidates if the Democrats would vote f r thei favorite cand.date or candidates. But, it did not work this time, and af.erall their promises they were beaten nicely. If they had only made ar ranyemen's to have gotten a majoiiiy of votes, they would undoubtedly have made a demonstration, but as it was, they were paved that '.rouble. tT portion of the track of P. F. W. & C. R. R., about ten miles west of Fort Wayne, nenr Areola, on Sunday nighi last. 6ank down, damaging it so much that trains could not pass over it. I. N. Du ! Barry, Iwp, with his usual promptness. was at the Kink at an early hour, and with the assistance of a Telegraph instrument, soon had a sufficient force as was thought to make it all rijht in a faw hours. But in tins they were mistaken. After work ing all day Monday, and trettingit perma nently repaired as they supposed, it caved in again, and all their force could not repair it so that trains could j Pass P- m' U pass over it before Tuesday, 4 o'clock. tiring the time passenger trains -re rt.,.,n,ü . , . h.. , ,ra, I tiat-l-mrr nl all tlA Ip.,.,.!.. nnc-arwl farring, and all the freights passed over in afety Tuesday, about 4 oVl-k. The road is now in good condition, and trains pasä ovfcr it with their usual regularity. TIIE H'-D:-Tho Hpolian!Wirh g , ! - :, - . , jolrlo-a ion, which was to have come off M..I11;IV Min:CV,l,,rrv &n.v , , ., , - ... . . nmri,!,,, mWnaü..,. f inni. 8S0 ,, ,Mr ,,;,,,' fr , ,T . . vo,!nrs exrec.,.i., f pni. M- .y. f , ,, l,; , elet.-an.l W. C. phirW,, ., . of ,,,,;,,, for , ,e , f ,;.,., Pole Raiino avi CLrn Meeting. The dub meeting here was largely attended on Thursday evening last. A fine pole -was raised, afier which the croyyil was enter- ' r i . Thursday evening. Recollect the hour: rt Our CLrn. We ar confident that ours is tine of the best orjjaniz-'d working Dem ocratic cbibs in the State, and suppose hut fw CAuntieq in Indiana aro more thor otihlv orfanized than Marshall. A few of the town-hips havo no orjanizaiion as yet. It is time they were jettin": to work" Selling. The Rebpulieans of this town and township are in the habit of nomina ting men for the purpose of traditio; therp. ofF to secure the election of the favorites of tie clhjue. Jhn Williams and John Ärm st rong;, if they have the least perception, cau bear testimony that this Btate- -ienl is true. ... CJ P fc C It R. Wo have neglected to noll't-f th" (diane of rtitmin time on this rail roar tint.'l now. The timetable will be found else :here. Moving Sck se.m The U'puhlirnn lea vino; the hall on Tmday evenino; l.t. while lion, dames O. Pai '.a was address ing the Club. Tub State Sentinel nays: Yesterday morning a hack diiver bought a h'ise fiom a stranger representing himself t" be from Whitestowu. and a fo.T boms af ter the animal was claimed by parlies from that place, who repCenled that it had been stolen. They proved property and look the norse. Marshal Springstein start ed in pursuit of ihe. thief." ;2rWin. M. Palter: and- T. A. Lem on are appoi'ito J to tsko 'he n?r.flU9 of this county . ii 1 t m the third annual report ( t of Directors of the P. 1. Y . A JCfTFl 0!D the Board C. R. R. f'i learn that the receipts fai freigots forwnnled from thi S'a-ion duiiii the yen ending Dec. 31. 1C59 were 41.. 15-1.68. For freight received. 69, 153.6 J. Fr in passengers. S2J,?G7,83. The re C-ipra for freight fo;waided from Fori Wayne S;a:ion tor the same period were 32G.U16. 25 913.138,43 less than from Piy moiiiL. Hook and Ladder Co. This company was 0111 inu iif'im yes'erdav :ift'inoa 1 is mwd - Hp or a fii e a ! k 05; pet of fallows as are to be fou. danywh re. The 1 citizens of nir town should get up enough ! of the no. d.'ul to purcha.-e tVm an en- gine. IIomk Intere-t. J. Carbutt advertises his buinss in tl is paper. As an irtist he has no ecpils ia this part ot the country, and no superior .my where, us the 'tiates we puMished. from ihe mos- rx:e,,&iv! aml "P'sible oprato.s in the ! FT..: I w i . ... WIM.CU OlrtU-S, MlOW Os Monday last, twentv-niae irls and boy a who were on a pic nie and fishing party excursion, were drowned in Benher's mill pond, near Cannlen, S. C, on Satur day last. The boat sunk in the middle ol the pond. The water has been dtawu of), and nineteen bodies have been recover ed. Items of Xcwh. McLean for President and Bates for Vice President, according io ,4ihe iirns of the times," stand the bes: chance for nomin i ion at the Chicago Convention. Heenan and Savers, it is sail, will agtin high: as soon as they recover fiom iheir wounds. The Secede rs from the Charleston Con vention will meet at Richmond. Va., on the first Monday in June. Two hundred dollars have been raised by the American captains in Liverpool, for thj beiietit of IIenKii. Printers, at Denver city, Kansas, have been receiving 875 per month, but aie now on a "si like" lor -SIlK). All lh S'a'e vill be represented in tin.- Constitutional convention at Baltimore, except those burdeiing on the Pacific. Six hundred vlotmons parsed through Chicago last week, on theii r iy to Salt Lake. Two-thirds were from .. upland, the remainder were (rermans. The stini'T Vamierbilt arrired at New Vo l- h-t -.rt t .: days and thirty tninii, I. i$ f-Mimitcf! thqt there are IG ü'.)0 children in i. , ) .-. ,: tine l to cri.Tc and 5 i.UOO profeai 'ileves. Girls, in Jap-tu, if ihey do not marry voluntarily by a certain ae, are c rn pel led to marry, and the anihoriiies hunt them up husbands. Wm. B. Asfor, of New York City, is DO UUU. He has an office. ;iUi works harder than any dry gi-ds clerk The l.-llle4 .! (bntr.'.villa !ll .. li.v I v.- .lu . r " e" .. ........ i..,,,r, ..r.-Mrnui ui '"I'i'T shop, ;ave breu lined Ö15J The population of Nebraska Territory is about S-lLl.UUü. T keep eg;gs from spoiling, eat thsm when they are fresh. Th? 5t. lrw Agricultural Society of fer a premium of $.5JU in the besl'sial lion. An attempt will b ma h in Jun, next, to repair the Atlantic telegraph. Nearly all the business part of Warren, Trumbull county. O., was destroyed by tire last week. Tue blak republican r.vtjoity in the New Yuk lei;ila:ure, have passed a bill al.iitiiug ncgr.tes to full and equal par Licipatioii ir the ontrol and management of iis political affairs. Mr. Jesse Martindale, of Pine Villa. Warren oounty, Ind., died l.-i-tt week fu in burns lectivcd by thy cxpl.sioii of a oimpliene lamp. The CMistis lakers will commence (heir woik on the 1st of June, aul complete il by Oct. 1st. A plan is before Congress for the iogv. tiatitui of a treaty with the Mormons, in view ot ieniiM ' them bvvond ihe liinus of the (Inked S;ates. Late M -mphi-. Tenn.. pipers sta'c, that owing to i be l.arife amount of bui'din"' giing on there, brick readily cominaiids 10 per 1.UÜU, and are scarce at that. The dwelling of Mr. Heegan. a; Orion, Wisconsin, was recently 1 tioyed by fire. .... .... .. . - ami six oi nis children perished in the flames. The prop'ct ot the peach crpia Penn sylvania, is said to be uncommonly good this year. An exchange paper speaks of a wind po vi lent, that it blew several post holes away. Can this be possible? The round houe belonging to lh II Hinds Cential II It . at Clhicigo., was re cinily destroyed by fire. L-ss, 6150,000 lThis morning Mr. John W. Browne, a law vor of This city, took the Fall river train fr the pii."pne tU rin io .Mil.ll loro to atlciid pril;it; court. On the way he 8ppears to hare eh mged his mind, mid go: frm the train at the 9 i-t and west Bridge water ta'ioi. lie tok the next train of cars for Boston, but at a few minutes before ten o'clock, when the tr.in wa coining from Bi-iiintree to Quincy, and going at the rte of thirty-five miles an hour, lie jumped from the car upon which he w.,s utaudinjr,. Ci.nihictor Diinon Mn stopDrd the train, nod Kopl ran to him, but no never breathed after thy got there. The above facti wc learn from Mfilus'd South Brain treo expre. Button Tralrr, My 1. Tho par of Dpu:v m i s! d ; :Kr g y 3 . ' , . , .1 f rriism, l- tWt cent-1 p; le-a 1 o! the , ,,ula ion. ten cents p-r mile f..r ..riii,a-i p puia ion. icii r.emt i-e. .u..- i r travel, ten efts for the Miotic ofj a- h fa'm. htteen cents tor each estaousn ment of industry, and two cents for each e.th reported. Districts restricted to a p pu'.uiou of 20,000. ITThe will of smother millionaire has been en tered nt New York tor prohate. tlin week. Aa rn Lerett, the testator, was a resilient of New Vork, lut his wealth eon-dsted largely of hinds in the District of Cohuntia, and I'nirfux county, Virginia, ii.chidin the cclchrated Zefliyr Fto-'m there, winch formerly l'!onel to Georjre W.-i.ihinton. I?y a enlicil. the test-Oor pives to a fen a'e slave, ii.imed D.iplin.' Kelly, her liberty, ;ind r com mentis hi executors to piirch:ie her huslciii.l. son in-l:iw, tJaiiL-lit'-r :tnl rr-md-i hiMren. as woitliy of heilig m:nlc five It is-cprKised th..t the arcregate valueof the estate is about S2.0()f), 000. " O'A business man of Syracuse hau been nh- sent for some time lonjjer thnn it w; expected and hi safe w:i broken open on Saturday to b tain some papers of importance toother nerons. In the:il'e a letter va- found a i.!res- d to Iii wife inferming her that he would nor r-tmn. fie was in easy circumstance', mid as far as known no domestic (;iin!tie existed that would lead to siH-h an ttantloiunent of his f.miilv 33' Mr. John Brown, a lawyer of Boston, in good pt o f -e, and well situated pecuniarily , committed suic !e on Tuesday by jumping from a train going at full speed on the Fall Riyer railroad. He was aliti.i-t iii-lantlv killed PLYMOUTH STAPLE MARKETS Wh. U $1,I51(S0 Flt.t.r $Q503,0() per cwt 4'c Oafs , 2"(?23 a Meal $1.00 per cwt Butttr 10 1 2c Chi' kens .5 cts lb P.t tfoos 20 Eggs fi7 Chi er Seed, dull 3.25''. 50 Timothy Sord 2,0t)2,25 Ilm. Parian flrass Seed 50c Sah o r bbl 2,00 Hit'.-s Green per lb 5c Ltr! c" 10c Smoked Haras retail 10c boulders an i Sides Bcto SUlmliscmcnts. JHE increas of business has convinced II. B. DICKSON & CO. That they mut buy large stock and consequent ly they have jut returned from the east whore t!iey po thawed the Xjctxsro1; ani, Best Selected stock of Ml 'H A i rw-va i tv IK Lt&u w a 2 9 fa a la art Ever in this markt. Also 1? O -W 3ES Of the BEST QUALIT Y and j Tlie rronf iiiTea-o of otir l.msitie' i pjood tvi Hhr.ee that we are o.T.ri - iud-i'-emcnts. II P. DICIiSoN' . . . . . J. C LEONARD Ä VNLY fiOv cents Wj'ifXfV V tor one id Car lil'fTV4' butt's beautiftilU cd- rZT 'AaP enameled iron or col ord das pictures. U"For cheap fuiPy casef fiiih-d with beautifully fc-ohired pictures ; to Car buttV (tallerv over P r.hinr & Co.'s Diu" Store, you will ir t them better and cheaper than at any Gallery in the west. U"Chep l.iinilv tliotij.s I 0cix,TcHJl"t"t''jS Comopl:tau photo graphic Art (Jallery. T W B. DICKINSON k Co. are prepared to II. ml ordern on short notice lot anything in their line. V T O 1 ILL i. hereby givvn that tho undersigned X t will, at the next regular ses.-ion of the Board ol CoimaH-ionersof Marr-hall county robe ho'den on the first Monday of June next, apply tor liceu to sell "p il ituoiis !pi'r.-. in aeconlaiu-e with the provisions ofthe lateg iieral as mblr of the State of Indiana The location on which I propose to pell is (Hi the urth part of lot No 41, in Plymouth, Indian W II IS ICIIOLS (" AOS. Bees wax. old Britana, Copper, Brass. lVwter,C;it Iron, and some money taken in exchange for hardware at II. B. DICKSON .t Co.'s. ' OTICK is hereby given that the underpinned j. will at the next regular s si.n of the Board of Commissioner of .Marshall cuntv tobe hohlen t u the first AI nd iv ol June next apply for licence to sell spirituous li.pioi , in uceonf tnce with thv1 provisions of the. late Uener.il Assembly ofthe State of Indian i The lor. oi. tu on which we propose to sell 5 on lot No -1 in the town of Biemcn,(Iainan township, iUar.-hall county, Indiana JOSKIMI MARY 11IEIII. B DICKSON & Co. want their books settled by cash or not'. DON"! & C ON'T forget Ut call on II. B. DICKSON o. before vou go. K V KS, 5 n k n . DFL- O- tJaxtor's NEW TIN SHOP, At the sign of IVfo, 1. n Where you can buy at cheapest rates all kinds o TH COPPER & SHEET IRON WARE. r IlAKi: K0T1CK. I do mv work myself and warrant it conl or no sale. Joleng and Reparing done in the bet of. s vie und lur.ibilitv, According to order and without delay. Kee in mind, being my own m muf.ietor I will not be un dersold. Ifcmemher the self straining milk buck et, by whit h the tow cannot get her foot in the milk and 11 1 milk lt should the hin ket be thrown over or kicked over Lv the cow. Call and see it any way. C it iron, copper, newt; r, rags, und pro dure taken in exchage for tinware and repairing at cash price. It. tj. 11A. I LK. Phmouth, Ind., MaylO, 1-GO. F.LLOWS, Anvil, Vices mid 11 kinds of blat ksi(ii(!ii!i tools at oiacKsmuiiunj 1001. at 1 . . . 1 . II. B. DICKSON Si Co.'.. . A LL kind of Fancj Hardware at J If. B.CICKSON A-Co.V LATEST TELEGRAM. ; v murnmi onttrnvmTav Kl . T 5 K IIA I v SEN. DCU3LAS NOMINATED TBF.G LEAVE to notify the citizens of Mar sh;.!!, Stark and Fulton counties, that I have just rcce.ved a new supply of Coii&utin; of Sugar, Coffee, Tea, Tobacco, and Syrup. In shoit a general assoituit.nl oi goods "usually kept in his l ue. AUo Sweet Potatoe Plants carefully selected by niv-.- t'.i ti.e vlio:ct !t variety ol northern seeds. Al orcers fcr plants will te pro.ntiy tilieJ with great care, at $J,.äv per th.Usand. I am also ii; the business and keep constantly on hand fresh vege tables wh.cil caL be had at all times, if you w.iut to buy good und fresh groceries- at unusually lo prices, call al J. L. Woodward" Store, North bide, Laporte St., West of Michigan Street. A l kinds of produce will bo taken in excliange for groceries. ILL WOODWAAUD. N B Goods will be delivered to customers in town ltitf OUR Tin Shop is propelled by workmen who are not surpassed for neatness and durability of workmanship. We can get up work on the shortest uotic, as we keep three accomplished workmen constantly employnd. A. ''A. DICKSON k Co. Irrepressible Conflict BETEEN" LIGHT AND DARKNESS. Triumph of COAL OIL LIGHT 0VEII ALL 0I1ER LIGHTS. Cost of light one half less than from anything t-Is . A fresh tupplv of Limps, oil. ete.. just received PURSUING V C OILS, Paints, and all kin at 1LB.I kinds of building m at. rial DICKSON A; Co.'s. lO.OOO ACH CS OF LVX 1 .1011 SALE. I am authorized to sell ten thou-s-ind acres of I ind, situat ti the county f Stark, State of Indiana, all of which aro among the choice laid ofthe county. Also two improved farm? which urc in a d.i rable location, and a hotel in the town of Knox, Indiana Purchasers will be fumi-died with an assistant, who is a surveyor ,to aid in finding houmUncii and examination ofthe premise. For term apply to II II Bender, or to the un dersigned JOHNS BENDER, 2.11' I ford Fire Insurance Co. January 1, 1SGO. A S S K T S . Ca.-hon hand A in bank $.a,H3M 11 C.h in hands of Agents and in course of traus- misssion f2,ni)0 89 Cash loaned on call 3U,C(li) 00 SI 3 1,023 m Bills receivable for loans; amply se cured Iteal estate unincumbered, (cash value) 'IVO Shares hank stock in II irtlorJ M it k-t value iO J ) Shares bank stock in New Yolk Alisket value C I Snares bink stock in Boston Maiket value 100 vhares bat k totk in St. Louis I iket value 2 F ha C9 bank. Railroad and other SiSuck, m uki-t value Hartford city bouda.C per cents mark et value Stat" stock, (Tennessee, Ohio, Alich ig:ui, .Missouri,) 0 per cent!, mark et value. CO Shares mate hank Wisconsin Marked value 70.2:1 ;:! i07,:c: o 40,:;oo 00 lC.T.a!) 00 36,503 00 :n.co; oo 2,140 00 Total Asitts $9. G.701) 00 Total Liabiiitiea COJ.IO 00 Office or Auditor ofStatf., Indiwa. Indianapolis, Feb. I.;, 1?C0. $ To the Veoplt nf Indiana: The Hartford Fire Icsnrance Company haying cotnnlied with the law ot Indiana, ly tiling in this Oilice a StaU-mcnt of its Condition on the fiit day of January. 1MJ0 1 1 nl having invited an examination of its ail'iirs by this Department, I, John V. podd. Auditor of thr State ol lt.diana, hereby certify that 1 have made 1 personal and thorough examination ofthe bocks and assets of the Company, at their Oilice in the ('it; of Hartfoid, Coon., and the Company own -Hid have in their josscs,sion in cash, and in secu rities convert ble at pleasure, nearly One .Million of Dollars applicable to the paj nicht öf losses an amount eorrespoiulinqr with their otlic'al state ment of January la.-t.lbe-e IlaitUie 1 0 h. urance Company has been iu existence for half a century. The high character of its olhecrs for experience and probity the promptness and tiuel ity with which it Ins met all its engagement iustlr entitles it to the highest rank among the Insurance Companion of the" country, and enm- inends it to tho patronage ofthe people of Indiana. JOHN W . W O0Ü, .4 udUoro State. Insurance against loss or 1 image by Fire on Dwellings. Furnitures, Stores, Warehouses. Mer chaii'lise, .Mills, Manufactories an. 1 othei kinds ot property, can be effected in the company, upon as favorable terms as the nature of the nk and sc- cuntv of Kluy holder will admit. l.itictilarattcntiongivtMit.M.isi!ruigI arm pr,p- erty, eonistingof Dwellings, Barns, and out build- ins connecteti, aim l utniture, i.im- whh, ia. 15 0 U 11 1! O N STEAM FhOURIXt! MILLS rilHKSK MILLS. THF. BF.ST IN THF. I County decidedly, are now in successful op eration, and "are grinding Wheat and Corn forciu toniers at the uual ra'es. The proprietors h ire ipated no puns r expense 1 1 .. . 1. .1. ...... J ACKSON & BULLY. llouabon, Feb 2-1, If fl-5lt Notice, i he.tbv notify all person, to not trust Ann Llizi Baity, know 11 as Ann loizi it.,fV.,. in mi mv account, nor to Larbor her, as she , -V- ' ...... I . -I Huffman, on my account, nor 10 ip-ku-i nei,..ie 1 his left mv house against my will. Nie was taen J ,c ihen a small child nnd adop.e! my own I hut having left mc contrary to my wishc, I will ? not pay ny debt of hr rontrarlmg. i. rain, V arming uteiiM., c, com au.cu .ucein, ;irtl.r t,iV0llion thittv live, in tondtip ll.irf- lor a termsof years at Low rates of prcmuim. f (oili (( r-i eip roIlU;,1.;t, ,.fh;T ApphcatiouH for Inurai.ce may be made to the ,,.,. t,r The samehaxitg h 11 aP- .inderigned, the duly auth..n7.cd Aij. lit id the ;(t t l,.,it htiwhl, .'ullais. Trims t -e ''P't'V- LOkBlN. Agent. , . , h ju vm..,i,5n i tmrlvr ti.oi.ib. e . f.. .".. ...1 i : . in fitting up these Mills, and Ihink they can assure J KIYClrrr the puldiclhat thevwill be M" " A S I l! UN 'l '. XC 1 1 A N ( 1 li , Di it-l ' C'.t t.oniu a l cases. Thev resp wr ,uti and C!ma,o, Cdd and Silver, Incur- lion of ihecwtomof thepih-of M.i -I L , i- uvmllt, I Fiourand Meal will at an nnics ..e x 1 - ...WI.....1. -....I Corn, whenev. r ih rsons may de I U O II (i 11 T A N I SOLD. i r. t sv:.et ror AT .E plants. 1 WILL have for taTe rf: rthe 2?th f f May i. from Üö.w.'O to , .JÖ L :r.y Naiiseti.otidSuett P t..;oe Hants, the very bt. -i v:-.r. ty :o ce.; r te .u L.is climate. Piicc per Iiuu lud -5 cei.ti. Also fv 1A I Selected and put up by myself near lndlanapolie last October, which 1 wi.l w:.rr.uit to grow, and to be pare seed ofthe veiy be.-t variety in cuitivatioa in that vicinity. Pritcper pound '5 uuii. Or ders for plants will be filled at Kichard Co:baIey6 5 mils South of PI; mouth on the Michigan Uoad, or at J. Brow lee's Store in Plymouth Thecaue sctu is now for. s do at the ahuie liam.-ii place1, and at the siureolJ. L. WooiV inl. (Jreers so lic ted. S. B. CUKBALEY. .May 4, 1SC0. :iw C TICK is hereby given that an election will X l be held at the coiiit house ui the fiit Alon day of May A. D. 1 t-GO for the tii oiieof electing five tru.-tees, a cleik, nes.or, tieaurtr .inj mar shal for the corporation ol tU- town of Plymouth, Ind. The poll will be opened at 9 o'clock A. AL on aid day. Attest J. G. Osbor.v, Clerk piotein. April 24. lfrGO. LIVE AND LET LIVE, rTAV'XG piireha-eed the enti-e stock and I "I trade in the Harness busiue?8 cf Jt eph Evans, U now ready to furnish every farmer in Marshall and suroundiug counties with SADDLES, BRIDLKS HARNE ?S, COLLARS, WHIPS, AND whip LASHES. of every style and variety. His leather is manu factured ea-t and is of tin- best quality. All those wanting anything in his line, will find it to their intvrcst to give him a call before purclusiug lit where, as ho intends to sell a Cheap as the Cheapest, He will sell fr 0n.c2.3r Pay J and sin ill proGts. His motto is "live and let lire. REPAIRING done on SHORT NOTICE Terms reasonable. Give him a call one and all. Snop throe doors nor'h of J. Brewnlee's Store, where ho will be found at all wurk-ug hours. D. F. HARTMAN. Plymouth, April fi:h, 1 sft. 4 N ex.iil:tof the receir ts ana expenditure Sl ofthe CorjKirafe t.wn of PI, mouth, for the r commencing the lirst nday iu .May A D. CORPORATION Fl'XO ) For taxes collected on duplicate $033,93 lor cash rceeivi I of co poration treasurer for ide w;iiks For cah receixd by -r'c of izra.e y:mi lots For cash received for licenses 14.00 21, 25, no JCD6.93 CORPORATION FL'ND. R v orvlors redeemed 13 v fees paid for collections.... CR. 31,C: $fc3li,93 rat. fcuool Hou-v n vn For taxes collected on iu;.'.cte $277,fa do Wood sold. do Fines reovivcd frCiioe.L 11 t:. rt'ND Bv orders red en. f.! do fees pa d for collect"...., . . . . do cash iu the trea-urv CR. $7.r..r.s O tQ Of) m I jchool rt'vn EEIill SIM CHI j For -ah received 1 1 i .1 county 15.0U0 00 ticisury - 1219,00 M'H'i.L iin: cr. 2C5,rfiJ Ofl Hy or.b-rs redeemed i.OO 'Ordfr8 j' i aole ou. ' tue corporation fund U 2 I0,2jr UU ued .hiriu .he year w;-f'. as follows tti wit: FOR W.-CH.lRIIVG C KTTI Kl CI AIM KKlTIXO AT IHK C .IMI.VCI.MKST 'F TDK VF.AR. For labor on street? 3!M Ut fire 0 p.'. rtmcnt 1 ,r d priiiling 4,00 tloattoinevs lees 2."),u0 FOR EXrEVDHWilS l.fRING TI1K YEAR. On streets S14,.:t ir fire depart ment do printwig S6.50 do ttoiii. t-'s ÜJV.'H To iL ir.-lnl for -rvives 4 .Ol To corporation ofl'icers lT,f5 For improving yraveyaiil... . 24,00 $40r,.f,3 $:5J li Total i-s'.ie dur'ng the year. . . . Of which their remain ut- stand'cg Amount of old orders Total amount Orders is.-ucd lor iinsettled claims aain-t the sihoid house fund at commence ment of year For expenditures during the year Total isue during the year. . . Of winch there remains out- St lll'llllg Amount ol old order 210.F3 S't,2C $301,14 $9.18 6S CI $77,79 $4.fK 5,97 $9,97 Orders i-sued during the year for school purpo'i-s $067,1.1 Of which there run ons stAiul'g 21S.13 T0t.1l indt htcbnos M u l.i r9 was CZ7,?A Total ic.Iel' !: at ihe pres ent time 5-9,24 J. B. N. KLING Eli. Frvh!rnl. Attet J. i . O-BoRN, Clerk. 'pro. tem. April G, IH'0. jY virtue ot an order ofthe Common Plea- y ,meiit( Marshall coumv, lndi ma. I will ed al ..livuU. ,, ih,. h, lwo thirds ot th ol:,w; iu.A ,t.;ll t.htale in Marbhall n.uity. ,..,,. 'i i,..,,... ..hi... ..o.th . .t and the teidue in eighte : 1r.01.th, gi ing roti with interest, waving aluaiit-11 m.d njprnlii' nt laws vecuicd lv mortgar' ai the plmi. ANN H. COKNKLIUS. (liianlini of the ;. --.m. and 'state ol the nvnor heir of Hiram Crncliu d-cMsrd. April 1'Mi t24 IM 0? TP STATE IF PUM UliAClt AT I'LYMOITII, I.XD. IT Deposits Received and Money Loaned. l.TF.sclungenN F.uropc ought and sold, li Attention -ivrn to Collection, and s General Bankin? Business Tiansactea ' June 2:t. U-I. Iii . , n,mrrr j j. picncfr . . ... .... , Dealer in ready m ide clothing, clot hs of all kinds, j and hn.tore und. r ib-niorraloUic. ifaoutD, I .