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THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCRAT. r-
Reed ai Jo 6 87t 89 jay Wa understand that there is being! J3T The Londoti Times eonfidentlj 801 86 of.nized in this dIhcp .anew association or pveaicie in tne swiss w u-ugni ii apu A C THOMPSON, : Editor. 1 sinru n 1 7 I i ill " ö " They Im ve not as yet given PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14. Ford from Plymouth, Ivocd at do 7.Ü77 75 41.154 68 0 1 19 60 , . ;nt, to offices of trust arj profit. lern sends French troops into the North , , ern provinces ot Savoy, BWiuenana can Fat"t lor Farmer If vou invest money in tools, and then "p"T OTICE is hereby given that the under j II i"iijd will, at the next regular Zession of' - Miscellanootis. the Hi taut u! Commissioners of .Marshall coui.tv iem exposed to the Weather, it is tobe boMen on the rirst Monday of June mxt ! - C I- .11 I I . 1 ippiv nr uccn-c to sen spirituous liquors, in ac- us their name, but we believe their aim is brinir an a.uiv of 200,000 into the field uiee a8 ",,im"o m"uV u Fc,n4" cordancewith the prpriaioen of the late general . i ..,;.,,. li a. nmna. ' .w. ,.r ,i,..,,, vsnan Ka thrift without secuntv--a dead loss in bo. h assembly of the Mate of Indiana. J Ik- loc-omn j VIC title n ui anii; mr i . w i v- ia auu i ' v hi oi l vi co a rj t ui itijuiu ,wr . v t j l'ti 11 Fresh Arrival! The most skilful riflemen in the world, and a casus. FOR uovkrxoi; THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, of Shelby. .rt LTEt'TENANT GOVERNOR, I AVID TJJRPIK. of While. TOR SECRETARY Of STATK, W LI.IAM H. BOHLATER, of Wayne. FOR AUDITOR OF STATK, JOSEPH RISIISE. of Vigo. FOR TKEAtU'KBR OF RTaTE, ATHN'L F. CUNNINGHAM. I Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, OSCAR e. ÜOHD. 'f DecaMir. r n HMNMIMII RW1C instruction SAMUEL L. RUGG. of Allen. FOR Cl.F.Rrv SfPRKME OOtTST. CORNELIUS O'BRIEN, of Dearberc Ported from rOR REPORTER SUPREME COl'RT, M. C KERR, of Floyd. Ford from Ilunna, Reed at Jo Ford from Valpar ii-. Beed at oo Ford f-om Hobart, Reed at do i i a. v . i a . . . i . . . . 50.3 .4 2 undertaking is a laudable one, and wm . war in pavoy mi-.u g.ve --p.n.u con ... . , ., . l i siderable trouble. 4,3j3 39 probably meet with success, Ihey met last fti nr. -i-w. ... .l. n ii i i; i ..flr.i ! Our country exehannres all contain brief Vw lllglll jit k 11 V v. '.mi t in. Uor j ÜUb uiu nui t ...; K, 3 an organization ; but adjourned 10 meet again this week, some evening, but we 4,934.00 io o i n oo b 465 08 '1HVe frfcj0-l-'n which one 15.634 60 1.311.94 1,264 94 editorials headed: "Prepare for the cen sus." A woman in Herkimer count), N. Y., has done so. She presented her bus 00 which 1 propose to sell is on (betraf part of i in-lut No IGT, in tie original itlatof the town of If vou invest mony in books and never Plymouth, ma;. 11 I7t4 JAMES COMB8. read them, it is the same as putting mo-. IVTOT CE ii hereby given that the undersign ney in the bank, but never drawing cither 1 kjjtt. tS !? EP-! "esio" f " 3 UoanJ d! (. nmnii :-ijner8 of Marshal 1 county to be 1 boMcn en the iral Monday of June next -nplv lor i : ' f. 1 - , ,n -Jul i .In i.,f niii.i I -. . i . . . .. . I - l. - ... v. ....MM.iu.rao iiuiii,iii nccoroHiict Willi provis-.on4 ot the late general assembly of the Do thev Drink ! The Opposition calls itself the temperance party. Gabe Gam brill would like such temperance men to Icall on him often. They were so eager to iret soniothintr to quetu-h their ratrin ' diet of 10,000. principal or interest. If you invest money in fine stock and band last week with two fine boys and a do not feed ami protect them and proper- State f Indiana. The location on which I pro - - .-i , ,.. .1.. . l . r t , n lir-c ui ri-n mum tmvwomm jwin oi lot minioer Ti m the original platef ha town at Pivmourh Indi ana. nia14 I7t4 JOHN L. WELLER. girl. A lady recently sued the Boston and ly care for them, it is'the same as d reusing your wife in silk to do kitchen work. 276 88 Rerenuo arising from paasengeri trans- thirst, that MM of them came nih hav- Ohio Railroad company for Sg.OOO for If you invest your monoy in ehoka j lOTICE i. hereby gireo that the aadmrigned damages for the loss of a leg by an acci- fruits and do not gaard and give them a! wil!,atthe nextregolaraeesioa of the Board dem Nta Ml She obu.ned ver- chlln0( , w ,m, prove M viue. h tJ 2 is the - tine as putting a gooii hand into the Columbia Station, Warsaw, Bourbon, Plymouth, Hanna, IV H AT ACTIONS PICO YE Although the Convention at Cliarlestoa was a Yalparaiuo, tatlicr stormy on, yet the action of th.it body Hobart, wiili the exception of the bolters goes to prove the Democratic party is not the corrupt or : from 'poit" tarty ihat the opposition charges it with being. In the Democratic, as in all other organ-j zatious, the. e ar ifcoM who Jo not take MB) nrin- Columbia, ipe Hp their pMi to- action, but I hi Hj adopt arS'.w, The fanatical motto of "rule or ruin." There wore Bourbon, eetera of thiselah of men in the Cüarka'on O a- Plymouth, cntion who carried out this motto. They w.nt Hanna, there with a selfish aim in view, and if thev com 1 alparaiiO, n it have i: thiir own wav thev threat oi cil to bolt Hobart, the Convention, and they did when the platform i lug a muss over 4.277 .56 temperance that. 11,138 34 1,487 65 11.135 14 631 00 it. mi 1 . e. .1 l-a .f ine latest suiriiesi.on mr tue lonurc oi - M r tr. .ri. - . iicni nun L"'i to"ko - v mm n o i now on a visu to IM UoUM Sorrv disDlav of the Japan States, recommends that all the MUsi nary If you invest mony in a good farm and Lane and Hendricks at .ew Albany. These gentlemen met at tho market- 5,130 00 house last nihl, before the largest crowd 1,168 95 of people that we havo witnessed there for During the year there were shipped four years. We have to day printed a a . It'. Boards send deleiratee to Washiiii! n to , do not cultivate it well, it is tne same as lay belore the Princea the leaditiir , a marrying a good wife and so abusing and of doctrine, with a view to theii pn .per enslaving her as to crush her energies and understanding of the religious condition hrt l,r-r liPirt oi tfio L tinea sia'es. to sdlspintuous liquors, in accordance with the provisions of t!ie late general assembly of the State of Indiana. 1 he location on which I propcise to sell it-' t:ie suodi p.wt of lot number 41 in the orig inal plat ofthetownof Plvmoufli, Indiana. JÜ11N B. AIXEMAN. mavl4 I7t3 REDUCED PKICESÜ Having opened out one of the LARGEST AID -BEST STOCKS! I OF FALL ASD WINTER CLOTHING, Hats and Caps, I..ts and Shoet, Gent-' Furnishing Goods, kc, 4c. that I ever had the pleasure to offer tba public A call is solicited from mv friends and I all those that wish to purchase with OTuil Con j fldencc- of showing such goods as will please ! them ji at prices IT OTICE is hereby given that the nnder-igned 1 l.ishelt Giain j eaieful report of their speeches, giving the substance of what they said in their own words. The hitrh reputation of Col. 16.315 Lane as a debater and stump orator had 83.755 preceded him, and w must confess that 'i,J(J he ful v susiamed his rentitation. Hi 234.049 snpPi-h WuH imrenious. plnniirnf und full 29,937 0f anecdotes. He made a desperate at- 7.791 . . 1 1 atnMtnMMJ ' Im ' il.A a a . j j l" -i " fo.iiiM.Min injmno, in uu'.UI i i.IJIUC ;ill lilt? hou?eand do not culuvatt your mind and -osioai of the late gaeral a-vemhiy of the It you invest your New Orleans, May 44. The Picayune's correspondent reports a ( tastes so as to adorn it wiih intelligence great battle near San Louis lJutosi. he- Anj refinement, it is as if yu weie to twen 4.000 reaciionists, and a largo force weir broadol,)tll and a silk hat when you of liberals. 1 he latter waä victorious. The second corps of Miramon wove cut lo pi'-ces. wil ,al the nexl relral i ol the Board Jb U J-i-Li X ÖAT1ÖJJ 'AU TORY oi t oaan ntenen ol M inuail countv te be holden j money in a fine on t.-ti.-rMoBdav of June nest apply for Hcense Atteiltion to L.ROB VARI ETY of tempt to break the force of his position as the President of the President of the The total number of passengers trana- Philadelphia Convention, and to explain wa adopted which did not grant them all that bey ported to Plymouth during the year was if he slaughtered Filimore on If vou invest your mo .ey in strong Eighteen pieces of artillery and 1.000 drink, it ia the same as turning hungry prisoners were taken, together with all the bairyrajje, ammunition and stores. Qtm. La Vega, commander, and all his officers, were taken prisoners. 1'he location on which I propose to sell is on lot of n inth r 171 in the town of Plymouth ludi- ARTHÜtt GAMBRILL. m.H3 1 i 17: 4 mkiBd. Ti.ey never wi nt thure !,- the purpose of advancing the eau-se of Democracy, baft went into the Convention a? boiteas and came out the same. 5,694, and the number transported from Plymouth was 6,122. The number ot that occasion, but u was no c. That boisterous and hearty applause alwavs met with by opposition speakers here, remembor! They did rot go there with the intenti-.n nor de-! passengers transported over the road was failed to respond to his twisting prevari hogs into a growing cornfield--ruin will come in both cases. Rural .Yu" TbiJetr. It is a well authenticated fact that a . rT,, m , , - , b.dv in Connectisut, when last confined. iCT" the friends of rremont are advo- ' .. . . . , - ' j.l" 1 C - . 1 . 1 TT a eating his nomination at Chicago. "Out was ue.ivereu oi a young con: tier nus- ban is the patentee of a celebrated revolver. NOTICE is hereby given that the aadstsigaad air, at the next regular setjsioa of the lloard of Cwntaiasi oners of Mar-hall county to be liolden on the fir.-1 Monday of June next apply forlieene to well spadtuoaa lianaim, la anaordane with the proviSiOtM of the lae general ajgeflsblj cf the fcfta;-' of In.itin i. Cloth, Caasfuiers, Vetings, Ac. And for the accomodation of those who casnst be pleased with ready-made work, I keep a FIHST-CI.ASS TAILOR! to cut and make to order TfeSJM who will favor : us by leaving their measure, can rely on a fash- ion i'ii' sun ana as cneap ns can t hau in any man west. Please call betör n s of fii'fht out of mind;" remember, John, , l 1 T ..- I """: aii'i .ilia as Vlie.1 l HM ihc u .'.ionou which I propose to sell is on ufcct1iringrilou in thec the north part ot ii,,. iiorta-west quarter ot section pUrv.a-ig 1,, where, nine, west ot the MlCiligan Road. j r gc)t 29-tf may 14 I7t4 SILAS Hit; BY. H. PIERCE. aire to consult together for good, bat went with 413,817 a platform which U;t said should vd, or I they would withdraw from the Convention. The; A MOOD Idea. - Ve see by the State! majority of the delegates did not recognize the Sentinel that it is rumored at Washington Lane right of any State or combination of States, in the ; liat our Senatois, Messrs. BrWht an mMiontv, U ! cation and turning to get ou. of the di-) Tba Second Adventists are daily ex , I m ll . m ii j lemma. pecncg tne nnai tiesiruciion oi tne worm, wheat A distinguished Republican e iid, "How Such was the crowd in expectation at the Flour ne scatters ; he had better make a clean Advent Church in Boston, on Sunday last, Co i breast of it, and advocate the pure Re-: 'st. that the galleries began lo give way, jjjj" ' puhlican aoctriDOS, and trust to luck for ail- tne congregation aisperseti. April Batter Mr. Hendricks followed l1 wsi8 rst bxed upon as the grent day ; ; Chickens. . Fillmore votes." a i- 1 1 r Vi - t il K.i rK.. r-' r 0tm asaa Ua ' my ma, .'.an i ui wa tuv -i a i O n-arf .ir u t nnaition tht n.irt v shonlH tnk on tht- ö iPiaot of the d ,v, and therei'. re thev did net do the vious to the meeting of the convention at co!- Lane in a compact and afihetire then April 5th, and now they are waiting Potatoes. bidding of these selfish an 1 corrupt politicians, but Baltimore, on fhe I8th of June, against 1 speech replete wi:h good sense, full of nJ examining their figur ;s, as iu the daji cr,,cr .'..j" adopted what they thougn: wai a rational and eon- lJou.rlas. ibis will be a good thin" for tacts and arguments. Everybody under- ul g saiuor. PL YM 0 V Til 8 T. 1 PLE M 1 R KE TS fij,i5gi;M $250(i3,ü per cwt 4e 2i3S $1 ,00 per i v i 10(.. 12c Complaint o Bead lot Deed. Henry Login, Alvin EtBKNT. i QtTAtE of In. liana, Marshall County, ss. In JJ5 h Marshall Ctoatt Court of Marshall Co., iaatsd 8tate. Aagnst term, 1860. Fte it known that on this 15th day of Mar, 166(1, the above named plaintiff by Reeve Caarou his at tornc v, filed lathe oflieeof the Clerk of said eoc.n ONE PBICE ONLY! CHARLES PALMER, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, iticn il platform, whereupon ;h? dictators with-: t!.eSe rreutlemen who have been fizhting stood lnm. hvery one was disappointed .re7 irora ire -onvpntion . i ins was a "suawy time lor the D mccracy. and many are the apprc hen :u- of disuuion, which wi'.l nccffsssrilv crew out of tht detent of the party, or the election of BNIIIIK 1 i - ii-a fiwC against tue oft t-xpressed desire if their ..j-l RÄ l ? T r.. having thirteaa wivat - ii" i l r." nna rvf ma t.u u Ij4 M. I . . constituents, for the past three or four ery 0Be K e market booje with praise years, lney. as well as all other men, upon their lips ot Hendricks and hie ef- mm as Saard, sliouid he carry out his pol- have a right to their preference, but as i'-y. or tne policy ct his party. N :tu all these thing starinp tbem in the face, the remaining por- aVni oi the Convention did what all conservative Dealbcruts will heartily endorse. Tbcr hdd stead- fort Every Democrat's (aoa wai wraatfa ed with smiles, aud their hearis made glad as they listened to his able, earnest, and triumphant defence of Democratic men and their measures. We do not wonder representatives ol tin Democracy of Indi ana, they have no riht to continue their warfare upon Senator Douglas. The sen- fiMtfp lOfinplesand at the same time manged tiineni of tho party in this state has been nvr that Lane refuses lo hold extensive to five the people of the different States, whoe thoroughly and unmistakably expressed j0'nt appointments with Hendricks. We dekleshad seceded, an opportunity of putting 1 in k tki mee ings of the Democracy t,mire h Pruillic ü'ev- Bior -considerate and aaf- men is the". r stead , which t .u i i i J .i j- . . i i every vo'er in Indiana could hear them . . . .. n u ' ,, from those held in the duinct school i.im. j-ia. m , T Ui? bocd Lv all Democrat-" who are not as rabid Doth Hendricks Won'd. be.v Lane ten thou- aa the sacaaen themselves, they will do. The houses, up to the State Convention, and sand. -aV p Ali, L rr. Friday. charge which is so often made by the opposition that "on- tbere to Charleston. From tl e Mead , Democratic" party will do anything for the fast manner in which the Indiana delegates th iV'wa? never more completely refuted than by adhered to their instructions, we snould .. ati.uiiui .ul . iiuiic.-bwii vvuiuiuuu. ivi u. aketJf pnneiple tl hat may be the cause of .their defeat at the coming election . but which, we hope will workout ood l"r the party. So far as think these gentlemen would havo very little hope of effecting what they desire, and wo do n t believe they will un l.'rta'je The Tea Plant. --The progress of tha experiments in acclimatizing the te plant, j so tar as heard from, is favorable, and there is reason to believe tha it can be John Iverson was recently arrested fur The daughter of tho j lil.T oelivd him innocent. loved him, let him out of tail, and ran off with him In eight days afterwards ho abandoned htr. A reward was offered for his arraat; In ordr to obtain the reward a man w!, kn w him invited him to his house, and while Iverson remained there the man slipped orf, ut der some pfotoooe, and ob tained assistance in hopei of arreetwig bin; but when thoy arrived at the house, Iver son had left, and the man's wÜb with bin t is stigg s'ad that the proper, tho' terrribly severe puni-hment, woald be to ccmpel him to live wiih his thirteen wives at thu same time. 1 1 1 1 e Yoik, May It, Mr. Conner was advertised to make a dull. T'tnothv Seed. Huiig.ii i.'ii G.'ass Seed. Salt per bbl Hi lea Green per tb . . Ljird Smoked II.irv.s rt teil. . . h ulden aa t . Si les . . C. .... IV iy. in comniaun agaiu-i i:ie ueienuem iu me aoove ' ' cz7 entitled cause, together wiih the afiaavit of a1 Vgfta .-,0 competent person, that said Alvin Emory, the de-o"öiirJ-'o2ft leadent is n-j.'a resident of the Stafteof Indiana. ' The defendant Is therefore ttotifidof the riling a ru, and pending of said comp aint against him, and - that tinlcM he appear and snswef or de rsc .6' 10c ....10c . .8 Hfh) tutfrtisfmcnts. emur, that nt the calling of said cause, on the second day of ti:e i.' st term of said oonrt, to Im begun .-nd held at tu- r-otirt house in the Iowa of Plymouth, en the 2d Monday ia August next, said complaint and the mutters and things then in attested v.'dbe beard and will be deteruiaed in bisabeeace. Wltaess H B PERSUING. Clerk M C C Koeve Capror., Atfy fr i.!t 17v.-:l CROCK ERY-W ABC, CittkiBg and Yankee Notions Lapoi te Street. Plymouth, Pitteborgh, Ft. Wayne & Chicago R. MAIL THA IX. UTAH those I wit Iii i win rcejaeatfl to et NEW FILL GOODS! AT THE High Wages for Labor Don': work h.o-t; an then buy thingnat high pri u can gv-t twice aa much for year money. 1 want hirge quantities of (.OING EST. Chieago 700 a. m Grovei town. ..9:4.1 " Rymoath 10:08 " FtaMonvilte.. - -.'I M BotOhoa 10:'U Btaa Green. .10:41 " Ft. Warn. .,11:30 M COiG EST. Ft. Warne ö:C5 e. m. Etna Green. . 4:51 " Boofhoa 4:i3 PiersoaviKe. .JtX " Plymouth fiif? Grovertowa . .ftdSS ' Chicago ö ' EXPRESS PASSENGER TRAIN sand em i Dfipn niAfrinutAn it. n.-. wuld finish their poluical condtmnaiion. eri taXee tWT.iag -re.-n-houses, as objects ve areeeavaOMd, we woald rather suffer defeat the up-hi 11 task of turning the Deaaoeracj contend:. n .-.nd Dem oeratk and Constitution- 0f Indiana airainst S'nator Dbffha It A Labokeu Effort. Our friend Mat ting'y wrote a lengthy and labored article el ByJachylai Ifiwa gain a victory by nb ndoniag them, for. the history of the couutry goes to show that, alth-jugh the ma&?es may he led off after a here-v, yet Utey will soon return to principles ap i which o-.:r srovernment is based. We have the fullest confidence in the action of the members of lasl week ded as a reply to our ai ti the Ctarleston convei.tion, ai: J have every reason cl of the 3d inst.. under the liead of " lie to befieve those who riashi i hi it to be the best etil I Quibbles." lie is indebted to a "mis eYpatriees. Ry their aanaVsd and forbearance t-& :n th, nHnter" for bJa haeeaae1e Tn a ! A r.,. .!ant vir.-l f 4 . tYt'i i 'l 1 t T1- I . I'll : ' r,f - . 11 111 s t " 1 M i r - i' ii liiin vi t'JMU L.VI. rowu south of the northern line of X rih tf , r T 7t !SL iTTr! IRON purified by eombustion iu Hydrogen Chieago 7Si.m. Ft. Wayne. , . Ol V IHU WUICII IIUl StllU IIICII S)i Uli J Up O.' '1 in UUIVirs 11 v. .i.v. . ... -v , . IMUi'liUI. . ..I I -l.l ill 'll . . . plants hare be n sent into tins south- . . ... , - o" . -n, niii .. t: :i , .... , , an i in remonstrance oi ins inenaa, ne "-j --" neimur..ii..i oiruu.!: reion, and eight thousand more have , . ., . . , . The experience of thousands daily proves that Bonr'm lit: Pivm-.uth. . . . . oei s-a.e 1 111 a i us 111 ui 111 u me ibi c : t'li . uu r c : . . n - - rc.11 in tiiA luwih. 1 r . . r . o . . ' no iT : irai.on 01 iron c:.n iiu e u.i'.u . a t.tr.a iirt'fii.u:i't " rov, r. ovn of aarioaitr. no sooner rial he left the ground, than it impurities of tht? blood, depression of viul energy was dashed with great force against the pale ead otherwise atckrV complexieaa indicate its Saloon whi.-h faces the garden. The has- iu eT7 .. 'tftf' thay h ve shown ruaclasirilj that they will not , . , ' . . . . ., .. . the last iorsuKt pmcipie eor me Constitution i,r tne pur poe of gaining a politicl victory gm The State Central Oonnitteee of'kl b'hl "r moment under -ho pro the btates oi Alabama, Georgia, Louisi ana and Arkansas, have called S.ate De mocratic Conv?n:ions to aj.poii.t delegates to lill the vactiicifis occasioned bv the se- eediag deiegn es from the Deasoaratle S Innoxious ia all mala Tesin which it has been trieil.it ,: onivotl abaulutelv curative ineacfiof jecting eaves of tha building and then was Um following complaints, iz ' In debility, ner ou. auections, omaciutKm, dys c.irvG h ::-t. -a.m. .4:::o .4::i7 " . 1 H m .ft 40 M I t. Wavae...l:10 a. si. Chicago P:l? " iCTPers. Mis wishing to ship freight should have it at their station I i 1H;.! . M to iii'irc shi: same .lav. S. R BDW ARDS, Freight Agent Plytaoath, March 29, 1-Gii hurled airainst the skviiL'l.t wi h irreat force. the balloon instantly collapsed. P' P '- Matu-., ür; ha--.., dysentery, inmpi- M., m i .1 r .1 ':t consumntion, scrotulous 1 uberculosis, hj!'. r. Conner was found on the rof of the R;i, (.;n i;i;;.;, , wbfc( s, Uvci ouiiaing, anu tne pnysicians. wno were COi . .. CINCINNATI, PERU ii LKAVE L'. Porte 4:30 r. For tanning. 1 want all the IDE tbere is in the ooeatry to be had. When you have get either to sefl, bring ihein to the store e A STALKY Hi PlymOBlli uvl I will give you a better price sad 2Va:cxo Goods Than say other m ia can or dare do for the same amount of HARK, HIDES, or hdv other kind of pr o d re e ( 'me und see me. "Hearing is b. lievim:. anJ seeing is knna-ing.' 1 shinraeut That's a Turkish proverb, and if you come to "see use anu "near my prices lor goous, you I will nelteve' and 'know' that I eaa do better by 1 you than anv man in PIym U'.h. I bat e en hand a good stock of CHICAGO Ii. R. paragraph, where we said to the tional Convention at Charles ten. T1;h editor, Do vou know why Corbaler! . . . . . . ! .,, ( in advance ot any demonstration at Chicago rrcora was exawoea 111 si, : cc.. tfio wo predict Uiat the opposition will aGopt a plat- word not was left out by our conopoeiier savsa winch will be a libel ou the party and the very men who wi!! draw it it up. It will not be for the re-establishinir of the Missouri Comnromise bne about the re-c.d ef which the putv has been make 11 read as 11 18 ,n manuscript, newly appointed delegaiai till represent these June next. & atea at lialtimoie on the 18ih of iramedia'ely summoned, ascertained that lernuttent fevers, pim kU USimU mm. mlmmk ti.rn1 I In ewes of general deui '.uv-ahether the result Ol acute auase, or oi tne om.iiueu iiinuiii:iuii oi juries were principally During the evening he remained iusen- Wslkf.toii Tur... . absive Plymouth. . . 6:30 Od ' LEAVE Wyiaeeth 808 a. m. Tyner G '2Q ' WaJkertaa . .i:.V) M ARRIVE LaPorte H:00 - nervous and muscular eiiei-v from chronic coiu- which should have been between the words icas and examined, which would Waehiogtotii May 11. eiblf, and expired at IIP. M. His wife plaint-, one irial of this resteratire has pi j witnessed the casualiiy, and would proba- aneoesafel which ao deacription or attestation wed bll have shared her husband'-- fate, hai ndereredible Invalids so long bed-riddeu so . .. ..... . Iiiiilt m tn h:ir l.. f.imi- fnrirolteii in tlieii owe. tho ascending power of the bs The steamer Dhi .'adelnhia left for Fort - K5W as ii ,, r, r, ., r lound sumcieiit to carry up .ileM.naiv Ihn atri-ritoon lo ruiviv I ha lo. J r loug as to have beeoe forgotten lo taeh owr neichborhoous. h vc suddeiiiv reappeared in t":ie N E W J. F. persons, busy world as if just returned from protected t v- grumlding ever since it was done r. way with; it will not advocate resistance to the lmiitive slave ' r-ifl ni.f (- v i n-i i i .-, i five! " llo 1 , ... - - e . , i . u : . m i law, which the partv, in almost every State in .,j .... .;u, : ..- ' , oonuuuieu to meir quai ieiB anuer niunary auia vuioiudk iu i Krau i n w pi t.i i. a-0..pi stks sBsstanei Kam intnnii s m ft t si ana sa seaa : a1 it i t t at it i a tu I Suirnr ffUPV at! irr. -A I Ifft2 til rwaftJ ff rt i . , , . .11 1 L 11 1 1 1' i 111 H 1 tlUIl LJ ill I.T MI L a V I ' V - . .......... - . ' r! Ii.il a rtrt lv J f Wait ill I . , I K J I . . . . ..... rt It not r"""""1 " V win iw iweu ttais kii.l are attested ol lem.tle suuereis, enwew GOODS! VALKENBOm bat received a new stock ot BOOTS AND SHOES Dry Goods, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS, STA PLE A XL) FANCY GOODS Of all kinds suited to the market. 1 eat a plain looking, hoiip st talking and fair dealinp man, mesu just what I say do just as I airee and shall Sue- peed In bene- 8tha yea i you will let me. Tba c! 1 and wel knonn Tmuier S. S. STALEY, . Will turn voor hides into leaiherat fhe shortest '' hi select! I with care and bought cheap notice aud inthe best manneo, and haveina a' Horn .... .tivvi r m . si - tea victims ot apparent marasmu, sanguine umai: i v. oi sen ciivap icr -asn. tii.s stock 1.4 good and exhaustion, critical changes, and that comphcatioa" be keeps t'i- i.tol ot workmen employed to wb'cn we did at about 12 o'clock at niht, " while Boddi have been which they hai e a majority, does resist; neither will it endorse the doctrine of negro-couality, a doctrine that is being practically carried out in r-everal of the eastern States which are under Re publican rule. It will be moitly "Homestead only have gotten Bill, an electioneering construction made for the occasion, m which thev will endeavor to frafhtif the people, py making them many false promises as they hare in relation to making free States, and when free States are formed and apply for admis- Straw, hoping it would help ustain him JttW The New York Journal of Com- of nervous and dyspeptic aversion tqair and exer- manufacture Boots and Shoes. He took 'special It is the intention of the President to ' m'Ce, in commenting upon the withdraw- cise for which the nhvsiciaus iiav e no BS ate. Iu Nervous fTcetions of ai! kiuus, and for reasV a an .ms fluent ot nor," our neighbor wonki I hem a foraaal intervisw on Wednesday, in al of a portion of the Sot', them delegates on familiar to medical men, the operation of this in a deplorable fit and would the presance of the Cabinet and others froa the Convention, remarks : L!TrÄ0a1ilf "!! TfT tS4-1' in a ucpumurc u., hu uuiu , iJ : , ... . for, unlike toe old oxid'-.-. it is vigorously tonic, alono- by Btatin-' that bed f Pv,"w" P" r:'' , It is also ominous of evil in regard to without being exciting and overheating; aud gently ' J " . hach of the live territorial bills tabled ,ua nirrvtt ,;.,. nf ,ua n4i If ib Il.,m. re-ularlv anerient. even m the most ub-ain ate ca- can not co- democratic party of the ses of costivene ivifliout ever being a --triepu:-gative, or uiUic iog a disagreeable ensatlOB. It is this latter property among others Viucn r.li Thayer aud Horace Groely, sub-ui was in an awiti, nurry-too great a ptun t? day con,ain M tt-.lav.ry proviso..- JFfS of the North to nonce our artiele ; but seeing that we fhrs result wae obtaiaed by a union of ,e ;kh' lhe Dcmocrati . a , ... . Ii. - - - - jr Tl 11 i I . . i I Tn 'i 1 1 n . , .,., itn it n . . r m r s 171-1111 '1 n n il it. 1 1 k" 11 1 1 1 it v 1 1 . 1 11 , r x 1 . . . . . . .. . . iiBu iuuw M.i uui. 00 lauLU n. low - - " I . -miirn vital ehu M tin ol Inn roit 1 a nv,t.. t Mnm rb. i v . e.-. l..r l'i . ,.: .. II Tl I II ti I 1 : - - - " ' -r- a whole? It is possible tint the action of which it aleo appears to exert a distinct and spent r : .: u.. .1: : .!. ' . l .u: .1. jc ucvMiii, ity ipcr-..ny i.ic iutai icuueuei iwu forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable aa aie its caucs, a single Ihix of'tuese Chalybeate Pills has often suf ficed for the most habitual cases, including the al tendent c ostivene In unchecked Diirrrhcea, even when advanced to Dysentary, confirmed, emaciating, a.. 1 a j.p u ent- pains to select Ladies Shoes, a? has long been needed in this t htee and is con fidfciit that if tho-e w iii" t-r to purchase will call oa him he can please them both in article and prices. The store mid Fost Oihcc is removed one door noith of the Bant;. J. F. VAX VALKENBUROH. April 1, 1?GU 10tf Market, we caa pay moie than those whobuv eh fun- Call on 9tf A C. STALEY A Great Bargain! WHERE A MAN CAN DOUBLE HIS I IONEY I X T W 0 YEA RS. Tte most Detirakfo vroj trt . tin Coatäyl f. t j.i .a. ni-i-- cu.o.w.om. ueieijatea to me nicago ; lhe 8,CHdini? delates may not b sits- fc-nn. thy i if with M:nrcsiiLa ar.fl Orrron fur no ,1 Ulm :.,1,; A t, v , j 1 . , unu ii i3 cih-aii'ir ia ue. i c uif i trci m; r , ,,: . r t conceivable reason only that thev were not in favor .,. . .. ! ,.:.u Convention, are instructed to go fr Bates. - - in? ciior iu oui an. tie. wnicu was arna- josi:ph ftjll in Egypt, dealing in Corn! fif npTf)-ef!iiihtr. Aftor th eloetirn is ihpf. flip . . . - .. . . c . - rent to every sensible reader, we rem.uk driftwood out of which tba apology for a platform 3 is made, will float wherever the current ma carry lha our fiuestions are etlfl unanswered, '.t,and only one portion of the conglomerated ma and our tuend can take another flit at msjies tfca fo'lowiaat that composed the -opposition to trie Demi cracy in them ll ho llko. the campaign of i860, w 11 be benefitted or' strengthened, and that is the abolition element ' ff Y J m tviL t Iva nyii-tr Vvi i f n Virkcn v i rI nj thn rlUlVil UU11WIV14 t,lt. iHH 1 t yitl. l IIOOV UI UO-ipiiJ HC I a . - .." ! pow-wow, and see tne wigwam, I -Cta fj '.ja.t UJK 9mA V .'c V IIA Wl.t 3 i jT. J 1 .1 j n raatu i ut. v IMviethednl rei . in the ca.dor of tho leaders ; Chicago, we issue our paper two days iu , taiued by their constituents ; and that, as New Orleans, May 10. j th& least of two evils, the States which nn n . i e v --i ' they repre6ent, may alter all vote for the 1 he steamer Costcoaloo, from V era Cruz : 71 ' 3 T . , . v.oiiveuuoii xomineo. 11 nicy uo not, u on the 5th inst., has arrived here, aud fur- is not easy to see how he can be elected by the people. Ota EaRLV Isst c. Wishing to attend and Frsuch ministers tu:. : ii rr i i i- u - i .. n.. H'U . i ... UV in ijoijuic. llll MVCO&siuil will itiioro i lliaiiiUiani. ine eiiev. u.i uv.ru ei iwm vie.i The ooneutnitona govrnment leiecte k , : t .... . ... .. . . .3 unt, , ihn r .oi , i:.: t . i x? i- i liiuni.e j y io Anon louisis, anu oi ner n." - 7"-";e th-S proposed mediation of the English,, f. m , 'a . In the 1,-cal pains, loss o .... w...... ....... . ... MHiating coogh and remitt 1 '000,000 The undersigned offers to sell his Grist Mill and tract df hoid, containing .s6 seres, on which it is located, on very re:. m.tble teams. It is located six aie! a half miles wst of Flv mouth Tre Mill in good repair, BttnafHureS the best quali ty of dour, an. 1 has the best run of custom of anv other iu the county. The water power is steady tad believed to be superior to anv other in Marshall coentv. Rv proper attention from three. 0 , , .... m .inn tm.m r v i lafive thousand dollnr) can lie made on the Mill. Bu-hels Whest, 2,'0(,000 Bushels . , ir -n 1 u- a e I ntiu j'.i ii '., 1 1 1 ' I in t itt aii ai.iu v yvu m ä if m mm m $ TLOU.i AND I CED STORE. of flesh and strength, de- ent hectic, which gen- Cora, 100,0 !) Bushels Rye, lOJ.'lOO Bushels Oats, nroncrivin nut navBetsi onmnmtn.. rt ,i. v!i.,,., .,j 11 ..,.: n v. .i .- .. r . . . . ,vuw,m ' i h.il, U.HU-1 ...... v.- uuu vm r or luitnsr pHrticiu irs, etuiuire on tne prrm-" at Mii mm, . I 11 11 I . I 1 ' amoii i; party has been defeated on;r. ... s, and his monev oxhamted. i W'k p it : ds, wherever found, it will be rega-d- erallr uidieats incipient coneaaiation. tbia remedy concern. advance of our common lime of issuing. On account of getting it out in such haete, it will not contain the usual amount of edi of the opposing parties Our Town Its Advantages. SVe have received the following sta- toliai aad otbor reading matter. Neat week tietical ltitormation concerning the ship ment and receipt of Ireight ai this place, which ul-.O'v the advantages of Plym outh, 9 a market and business place, over aar of the places on the we9t end of the FF W. cV C. R. ft. A 3ta'.--mont of ltevenue arising from Fmiht forwarded and received, at the ÜtAiiors below named, between Et Wayne an'.l Clti'-g i, a shown by the third annu- ii n ei c ro., : , . . Democratic party as the last hope of the t ar nval s was orc-ani7.irrr an otnufli. . . . 1 . 3 . r j o o I money t... - ..u BAUwui- I TT; . J .t : ,i " imn ti, ,...1, Pu. .union, anu tiiereiorc view tne events at We look upon tho has allayed the al irm of friends and physicians, ia several veiy grAtuying ana iiueix-siiiiij iinwn- ces. In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron which they will pay the Highest Market price in 0f CiaSiX- rhevawo want lOO.OOO CUSTl MERS To nrcha?e Groceries at unprt ntly low prices. They will pay cash at all times for grain, and sell in return groceriee at -prje that eaanot be afforded by any January 3h. lGO. .YKES BALDWIN I2tf. 3tf. K-r ine L jiisutuuoua tion is now in session at ty six States are reoresentod. Washinn-ton ;we expect to be able to give our readers Hunt) of ffJ York Pregi. a pretty complete history of the doings of dutlt of ,he Convention, this Convention. Now, everything ii the! way of Republicanism is quiet holding off for tho action ot the Convention. H i p j Lhaneston as of far more importance than hau had far more than the good offset 1 tie awst other establi.-hment in the plce thoir facditiei ai union Lonven-, lh0 8UCC(?S8 0f hal or any other party in cautiously balaneed preparatjoneof iodine, without for purchasing supplies in Chicago as well sseafl Baliimore. Twen- ; itself considered. any of their well known liabilities ern cities, tx inz superior to any other house oi lhe attcutiou of females canuot be too conn A meitinjj was called last week, in N. York, by the seamstresses and other fe male oneratives. to sympathize with tho X J- Owing to circumstances beyond ,"ew England and Western btrikers, snd our control, we failed, last week, in start- the enormous amount of 81 48 cents was jaJt weej ing some packages iD time to make "con- J collected. 0 In boring the artusian well at In dianapolis, at a depth of about 7'J feet, a log probably a cypreaet was eacbed. in a lolerable state of preservaiioii. use on account of their frcequent shipments of Hour and dently directed tu this remedy and restorative, iu grsin to Üus points thereby enabling them to tue cases peculiarly attecting them In Rheumatism, both cnroneB and u.üainmatorv IN pcrsuanee of an order of the Common Pits Court of Stark county, State of Indiana, at mm the Mm . i terra 1869, I will seilst public auction on the 12th day of May IfbO, at the Court Houv door in the town of Knox in said county the fol lowing ri al estate situate in the county of Stark and State of arhaaa between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 1 o'clock P.M. on said dav to The south haifof the north west and th save the expense of exchange Ii" v.in w ho t ll r iiiirlipf nrir fninf frir Tour WK inthe latter, however, more deci iedly it has Grain, Barrel St iveSaAd HeUlttS don't pell' be- north half of the k.iuIi west quarter of eectien been invariably well reported, both a? alleviating JVC calling at the above establishment. thirty-six 36 in township thirty-four 34 range pain and reducing the swelnii1 and stiffness ol the tT The amount in the Federal Treas- joints and musch s In Intermittent fever? it must be a great renn- CUSTOM WORK. ur,, subject to draft, is S7, OOO.OOO. or dy and energetic reator it ve, aud its progre's in the j Their mil! has beeB recently been lefuruihed - f mm. - - m.-. .AT A X tlT. u.ll ..... ...I.I - l.t .iha upward of half a million over that on hand - - " - i uUC wilh : ,v Jd g norB.)It;ni; Ciotht unMCrgone . . t I. -Ii f iinrn 'Hui ii iitv iMOCt . . . nection" with some of the n ails. We ai report of the board of directors of the oavc ,low ui;uo ' -"u- P Y W k C R lt.. for the year en Jin- 6U,e Vunciuamy, so mat our uuscriueri Dec 31, 1859: Yn fot'd from Ft. Wayne, of high renown and usefulness No reeMtty fiat ever been discovered in the a general and thorough repair, and if capable now untie tho superintendence ot of English miller ia stifAii English paper says j9FWecopT the following account of -i r. c ' ... TT . . 0 , , 3 . f I rai Dred bcott commands ho united States a 1-tte fatal snooting amay m V igo county, j rray r. t.. ai ii -r- I rmj n hole history of medicine which;xerts such prompt 0f msnufactui ing as good flour M that Gene- happy, and lu.ly ie?i..notve o.,.:-- Good appe- VDV Mill in'the Tnited States ; tite, complete digestion, rapid acquisition ot . al disposition for active and immediate! v follow it. may depend ou receiving their paper do ree'd at do 828.016 25 42,388 91 'on time," hereafter from th Teire Haute Expivs It appears that a man named Prey had moved on the land of Ma. Stout, ant streugth, wirb an un and cueeti'tli exercise, US-- Pat up in neat flat metal lioxcs containing 50 BOLTED COHN MEAL. two f21 wi st, one hundred and siitv acres Terms of sale, one-third in hand, one-third in six months and last payment in twelve months, WING AT Pit ITTM A! t, Administrator of the estate f Jesso B. .Morris. S. A.M'Crackin AtCv. April 12, 1660. 134 A GOOD Assortment OF Thev have reeentlv put s meal holt in thtnr l can now f-.itnish cutomer witn ooitea 1 'rt ford from Columbia, o reed at do We don't wonder at the above mis'ake. ..ll . ... . . . I . - . . - - . I I m ... . m re. fVriT hfiinir ohnormni to tba noimU ' -bane over tnere. Piew Ur eans Irue nceipt of the price All letters, orders, etc, cho'i.u WM" , , , r,.iö,f That platform in front of friend cr,y De,n5 onoxious to the peop.e ol 3 JAramattli L Fiour of all trades, meal, brsn und shorts, kept tUtlery the neighbor lOOd, and refusing to leave Weila R.B lOCKT ii Co. constantly nn hand at the tor nd mill snd wiU i A gentleman from Delaware savs the p:of.pect fur peaches m thai State this r. l l iiio ucikhu'ji iu'iu, dim iciusi'i iu Itf.ivi T.i an", ir ohort hotel, is a capital improvement iu , . j . j L oj,oo id r r rben warned to do so. a niimhpr of i-.fr C.436 72 the -rangemente of that well-kept house. gons ,Tent t0 Prev.3 hous, t0 romo or 2.7G3 U2 SuoaT as the landlord's name is, you'll lynch him. Stout was present to protect yc;tr i8 verv doomy In one orchard of Plymouth, niavlt 17!v General Agents, Wi Broadway, N hen i 9.199 64 ford from Warsaw. Rrc I at dm . .. . .. ri ii:. ... ... . j a hnd no ibort aKowaace there, either in i rroy ana ins piupeny, auu m tbe anray fity acres, in New Cattle county, bbl eood fare or trentlemanlv treatment and ano1 a 7ounS "f nnma weoyge Jones, blossom has 'been twen this season. On WHEREAS, my wife. Barbara Apple, has left my bed and hoard without :uiy juf t cause or provocation, t herefore I for.itd all persons be sold iu larre and small quantities A.3 heretofore, flour, mal phorb: snd bran will be delivered to town ciintnmcm frr of charce, RICHMOND, WILBUR & CO. Plymoui'... May S, lf-ÜO. lötf oei e-8tf. Toys, and Notions, at ef . Uff No. c PerehmcWeeh. . r n.n B ..:.-,. .1,,.. ...I.,.., . H.nl ,,. U im im. .. J . . . . . ... i 1 iHrt ' . . r r. m. . . I 11 1 11 VOK 11 3 1 1 J . lil.'i U .. L 111 1113 ;:jt' U II. n -.natmft, C I, fvf ,1 Mnl.....l . ... ..I. rnk.r ,nn.,ni ii,.,:.. ,.r . .t... ; ,,. ' ijj. n o RT DT IIIS ellOl'tS 'O Pleas'1 mflkeS j mo omiciu ermu in iU.n t lit 1 1 ii ine ucaco iiiiiuiiwiing ii mum, ur.-ii ii'jutc, its mii-i,-in i 7,319 48 ,. , - Y , . j neck, which ivatUV J m immediate death; orchards are but little better The trees wife, and will hold them accountable fo keei his House a p.easant stopping place for prey fought wi'h a ptloh-forh, and severe ly offered from the-even winter - ,er 1 am. ryad 1 " h-r 1,01,10 sn! ' im to tha traveler oi boarder I wnaniUd several netaftn ,' , her as a wife rford nil ret-ont from tr-duir: Z VWl it tu travel. r oi variier. iy wnun-i , s reiwi ptaone. plea promise H g'o 1 eroop. withher mavft-tTt4 JOHN A PPL F.. f I " ' REEVE 8l CAPROM, AKorncys and Notaries, Plymouth, MershaM Co.. --- ----- . j Ind., practice iu .u-iP!aa.l anu anouung conu- A- W. PORTER. ! tics. Ri to Babcock k Co., Phelps, Oodge Attorney st Low. V H y Public and Real Estate Co.,New York, Coel-y.Farwell 4 Co., Gould Aircni Kuia, Btern'eoubty. Ind-a CelTertiou Bf" Loudot, & Co., Plnla., Gra. ofdehspavm::.t .ft,ic,.Vu,l I-a! ,5! Peiistte 4 Co.. Pittsburch, Hon. A L Osborn. protnirtlvVttened t? Crrcuit Jnde, UpoTt. lnd.