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THE HjYMOUNI DEMOCRAT. iRT.O. H.Thar. who hal bean tempo
- r:- r.-- -. - " r rary Chairman, v:is made PresMrnt of the A. C. THOMPSON, ::::::::: Editor. j Convention ai.d A. Jonxio.N and Mr. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA: TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 7. FOR GOVERNOR THOMAS A. HKNO KICKS, of Shelby. FOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR. DAVID TURPI E. of White. Ton SECRETARY OF STATE, WILLIAM II. SCIILATER, of Wavr.e. FOR AUDITOR OF STATK, JOSEPH RISTINE. of Vigo. FOR TREASURER OF STaTE, NATILVL F. CUNNINGHAM, of Vigo. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, OSCAR ß. IIORD, of Decatur. FOR SUPERINTENDENT PUBLIC INSTEUCTTON SAMUEL L. RUGG. of Allen. For CLERX SITREME COURT, CORNELIUS O'BRIEN, of Dearborn FOR REPORTER SUPREME COURT, M. C. KERR, of Floyd. Democratic Coilllly Coil VCll-: as those tlMt were contended for by the Oil. j framers of the Constitution. After the There will he a Democratic County Convention ! first reading-, th- resolutions were adopted held at the Court-hou3e, in Plymouth, on the i , , SBd DAY UF JUNE, i860, Sect,n' 'imousIy. A motion was M one oVlock. P. M., to nomin.it candidates for :Jhen matIe to nominate Oglesbee for Sheriff, Treasurer, Suneyor and Coroner. i Treasurer, by acclamation. As he had no The Democrat in th? several Townships, are ! opponent, this motion carried unanimously, ryiyrciu.-tcdtomect in Township Convcn- ; lhe presi(lent daring anv one to vote in tnr.i, on Saturday, the 16th of J'inc next, (those . o . " 1 , , . , , , " , the negative. S. Ikami'tux was also nom- who liHve not appointed some other uav, to elect : delegates to the County Convention-. It is of the j inaled b' acclamation for County Sur- utmost importance that each Township should, veyor. without fail, elect delegates who will be certain to j Something was then said about nomina- Mtend. We have a KiJant and an unscrupulous tin a candidate for Coroner, but from tt of opponents to meet, who will resort to any I , ,. . . , ,, ... A Al ! some cause, we believe the matter was de means, honorable or dishonorable, to retain the j temporary power a hich they have gained in lt8 j ferred unlil after lhe nomination for SllCr nd 1S59. Therefore let everv Democrat in the ; iff- At this time we were so far from the county be tip and doing. assist in nominating ' good reliable men, and Marshall county will wheel into line again. It Iicin l1iotiht that an nrvortionmcnt Vincl ou the list Congressional rote, would ben equal j aa can be made, and that ratio haa been adopted j Tili will -ive each Township delegates as follows: Union 8 ; Center 24 - reen 6 ; Bourbon H ; Tip- j J'V.IU', , wvuil iu , violin u , i vi& u t KSi, 6 : Walnut 1- f!ij order of the Central Committee. STKniEN FRANCIS. Ch'n. T. McDaxAi.n, Sec'r. Democratic Township Con vention. TtiP Democrats of Center Township are rerniest- '1 to meet at their Club Room, at two o'clock, P. M., Saturday, June 16th, ISCO.for the purpose of appointing: delegates to the Countj Convention. By order of the Democratic Central Committee of Center Township. STEPHEN ERANCIS.Ch'n. T. McDonald, Sec'r. GREENE TOWNSHIP CONVENTION. The Democrats of Green Township will meet t the usual p'ace of holding eUctions in that rants. As it is rumored that Mr. Bar township, cm Saturday the 9th day of June, to e-! NARD drinks , kCf u well ,)e WRg lect cimliuate to attend the County Convention ! , . , , . . , , ... Oil the Democrats of Greene. WEST TOWNSHIP CONVENTION. The Democrats of West township will meet at th uitial place of holding elections in that town- shJp, on SatuPlay, the 16th day of June, for the purpose of selecting delegates to attend th county Gocrention, on the 23d. Democrats of West. Republican Co. Convention. The Republican demonstration and con vintion, came ofT on Saturday, according to previous notice. The demonstration was a rather creditable affair a3 far a3 the number was concerned. However, a large proportion of the crowd was composed of Democrats, many of them having come in to see what was going on, and others were in on business. All the horses that could be obtained, both in town and its vicinity, were on parade at about halfpaat nine a. m. Many of them were ridden by juvenile republicans, who wero manifestly much elated at the appearance they made. Flags j before Brow.vlees store door playing with the name of Lincoln, Hamlix, Laxe, j " that sare old tune " to the retreat of Morton and Colfax, were placed in tho 1 that " ean.o old coon," who was tho "lone bridals of the horses. There were 92 soliUry horseman, who might have been horsemen, in all. They first went out ! seen wending his way to " his hole," north to meet the delegation from that part j not heeding the "pelting storm," with of the county marched down Michigan j out, and saying inwardiy, what he said au streei to the never changing music of the'dibly in the presence of some Democrats Republican band. They stopped several : while in town, that the small Coons could time.- to cheer or "hurrah," but, consid- j do the barking, but the fat ones, in town, ering the number, they made a weak eff-jdtd all the bitin, and he has doubtless ort. This was mostly owing to the fact that, as we have before stated, many of them were fledglings whoso voices are in the habit of playing traitor, and they would not trust them on this occasion. Under the guidance of Col. Dr. Cran bcry, Senator Brown, and Pikes Peak Capt. Marshal, V. C. Siiirlet, the pro cession proceeded out south to meet the southern delegations. After beiug gone an hour or more they leturned in "fullblor." The number of horsemen we before stated and twenty-nine teams and two half teams. One of these last mentioned waä loaded with mW, which h emblematic of what they are going to do to the people of Mar shall during this campaign " pull the wool over their eyes." In many of the wagon were rails with small flags fastened on theca. As they passed along many of the Democrats wanted to know if they were like the one that was shipped from here not long since stolen from a Demo cral8 fence. To this question the bearers had no answers, but showed by their con fused looks and silly action that they fell exceedingly. After marching around town for sometime, they stopped at the Court House, where they made a tempo rary organization, appointed the different committee, and then adjourned until one o'clock p. m. to meet at the Seminary groundi. AFTERNOON SESSION. The commutes on permanent organiza fi'.ui mU a rpor which wa adopted, j Shatto, were chosen Secretaries, and also, ;one Vice President from the different ; townships in the county was chosen, whose n,lmftS W6 0mil Mr. PiuLLirs, Chairman of the commit- ! tec on resolutions, read a ßeris that had : been prepared by the committee. Tlv: first of them contained the sterreotyped affir mation that the principles of the Republi can party were the same as those advoca ted by the framcrs of the Constitution. ; They resolved to support the Chicago I nominees the State ticket, and finally pledged themselves to give their party jtickei a larger majority than they have done heretofore in this county a pledge that they knew they could not redeem. But this is juet as consistent as it was for them tj say that their principles were the 6amo stand that We did not fairly undeistand what was said or done. When the president announced that bal- lüinnS Iür 1113 nomination oi too candidate for Sheriff was in order, tho diGTereni town- ships retired to consult, after having been jnformed how many votes they Were TO- spectively entitled to. On tho first ballot the vote, as near as vre could gather from the excitement and talk around us, wa3 as j follows : I r 1 r Thompson 25 Elliott 9 Coons, enough to mate out the balance of the vote, which wa beliove was about 22. On the secot d ballott Barnard re ceived a large majority over all the other candidates, and was declared the nominee lof the Convention, to the great satisfaction of his friends and chagrin and disap- 1 pointment to the friends of the other aspi : tuuiuiiiaiicvi uj u vivi uiuiuci lV'jjiuum AH to "goand sin no more." This was the best joke of the whole day's proceedings. They then nominated John Hoham of lager beer notoriety, for Coroner. This was also another unanimous nomination. The nominations all being made, we left. The Convention adjourned soon after without a speech or any enthusiasm, and many of the friends of defeated candidates swearing bittorly. Here is one remark that will give an idea oftha feeling of some of them. It was made by one of the ju venile Republicans, who is moro honest than discreet : " We know who has got the nomination, but that don't elect him by a sight, for I know lota of Republi cans that won't vote for him, "-(Barnard) The whole days performance was wedge like, big end foremost. The most of tha enthusiasm was in tho procession, and dwindled away tho whole day. The last demonstration was a huddle of musicians come to tho conclufcion toyroicl the balance of tho season. Union Club Meeting. We havo been handed the following items concerning tho meeting of the Democracy of Union town ship on Saturday last. As previously announced, tho Demo crats of Union township met at the Thompson School House, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of electing some new officers of the Club and discussing the po litical topics of the day for their mutual good and the promotion of tho causa of Democracy. A. J. Wickizer was chosen Secretary, and T. J. Wickizer, Treasurer. Speaking then being in order, William D. Tiiomtson was called out, an J made a short and poin ted speech, briefly contrasting the Repub- lican platform of I860 and 1CC0, showing that the leaders of the party would resort to anything for the sake of catching votes. A. J. Wickizer wa3 then called for and made 6omo vsry true and appropriato re marks on non-intervention. On motion the meeting adjourned to meet at the same place (Thompson School House,) on Saturday, June IGlh, 1CC0, at 2 o'clock p. m., for the purposo of se lecting delegates to attend the County Con vention to be held on tho 23d inst. The best of feeling prevailed, and there was a good attendance. The democracy of the entire township are requested to be in attendance on the IGlh, as a full And fair expression of their preferences if de sired by very Democrat in thy county. Pledging Themselves. It was rather amusing to hear the candidates before the tie late this week we take time to refer to' Republican convention, on Saturday last ' the contemptible charge made by Old for Sheriff, pledge themselves. Barnard, Mullet-head, of the Republican, that we who was confident that he would be nomdu not write our own editorials. He is a inated. mounted the stand and said in Bub-Ureat niimh-sLnIl nricrtc.Hv m0an .n,l n . r .1 the nominations you make to-day I will ter, for, if he is any judge of style of com sttppoit with my vote and influence. This position, he knows the editorials are writ- was a clean pledge j Mr. Coons was run up a 'etaddle and I and dropped on the aland, and after say inf; that he was that 'same old Coon that has lived in Marshall county for eighteen years,' lo then pledged himself to vote! ! for Lincoln and Hamlin, Line and Mor j ton, but forgot to say anvthing about sup-1 nr i ii " . " porting the Marshall county nominees. TT , , , , . . He had gotten about half way down the i . -i l . pole when hj was again shoved Hp and told to do the 'clean thincr.' Thompson was then called. He said it had ben reported that if certain men wire nominated he would not support them, but, in the face of this report he would say that he "EXPECTED" to -upportthe nominees of the convention. Elliott thfn f.illod anil rdadrTAfl imslt. tint, tili ivaj a nifittar lliüt nn nna appeared to be interesed in and they kept such confusion that we could not hear his language, but suppose it was 'sound,' as three or four fellows hollowed when he got down. Thi3 is his 'last appearance on the 6tage, ue fear. We were for him all the time. Working men's partv. Two or three weeks ago we noticed that steps had been taken by some of the working men ol this place, to organize a party of this i.ame, having for its object the promotion of hon est, capable men to offices of trust and proht. L,at Friday night they met at tlie ; court house for the purpose of compk-ting j their organization ; but owing to the fact! that some outsiders who weie watching it to turn lhe strength of the organization to the good of their own party, the organiza tion was impeded in iis progress, and the meeting adjourned to meet on Friday night next, fr tho purpose of completing the organization. Although we are not a member of the patty, yet we 1 ope those who are sincere in the organization of such a party, will not let loafers figure so ex tensively in the matter as to deprive their constitution of everything that makes it a separate party. If men do not think enough of it to act with it in preference to other parties, so far as county offices are concerned, he is not fit to be a member of j manche, and it is leared there are ma thc party. As before stated, the members ; more nf tha c,l otr of 1. -f I S' dead bodies have been taken from house next Friday night, to complete the ! organization The Soap-maker. We understand that our fellow townsman, John L. Westervelt, is going into the soap making business. With the "stock on hand" and tho vast numbr of 'lies' to be manufactured by the clique, of which he is a prominent mem ber, this fall, and the few he hopes to get by boiling down the Democrat, ho x pects to do an extensive business. The article after it is ready for use, is to be distributed and "spread on" under the di roction of P. P. Capt. W. C. Shirley, gen eral agent for Westervelt & Co. As the ' principal member of the company has an nounced his intention to use our paper in this entfcrprise, we hereby give him notice that we will havo nothing to do with it, and that if ho uses our name or tho name of our paper in connection with the busi noss.he will do it at his own hazard. Rails, Lager and Whisky. We mod estly suggest to our Republican friends of this county, that they put on top ot their rails, when on parade, a keg of Lager Beer and a casket of Hoiiam's Whiskey, that is, if they want to represent tho avocation of the prominent men on their ticket Old Abe' and John Hon am, and let these ba borne, on public occasions, by the follow ing temperance lecturers : Senator Brown, Dr Sherman, tho Right Rev. Austin Fcl ler, and II. B. Pershing. Attend the Convention. We want to impress on tho mind3 of our Democratic friends tho necessity of attending and ta king part in the Township Conventions, and also the County Convention. Let us all consult together for good get the will of tho majority and work to elect the nominees of the party. Those who may not attend any of tho Conventions, need not murmur if the men of their choiee are not nominated. Let us have a general ex pression. XTThk Joke that the Soap-maker is trying to get off on tho Democrat, is one of the invisible kind, and tho by-standera did not seo tho 'pint Judge Fuller should havo been by to hare shown them where tho pint ' was. " He must have optics keen, I ween. To see the things that can't be seen." Eleventii District. The Doraocracy of the 11th district, wo see by tho Hunt ington Democrat, have nominated for Con gr83, Asdcrv Steele. Ho is a sound Democrat, an energetic and able speaker, and will give a good accQunt of his labors at tho close of the campaign. jC5TThi8 week we announco two more candidates fur Sheiiff. They are all good men, and we hope our Democratic friends will canvass their merits and claims make a wipe choice, ar.d then we will elect tho man of thnir choice. Contemptibly Mean.. As we are a lit-J iV i ... - ten by ourself. We only have time now; to say tLat the assertion is a miserably mean, contemptible, pusilanimous lie. So far os his editorials ar - concerned, we do not now .suspicion any other man in town f being mean enough to write them. " ! Congressional convention. The edit- , , . . , tor of the Laporis Tin.es says it has been 1 , I suggested to him by a member of the ! . , r J . Committee that the Congressional Conven- tion be called to take place in Plymouth on Saturday, July 7th. The Times wants to know if this shall be the time and plac of holding the Convention ? We say yes. As the Conventions have frequently been i held here, it is not necessary to speak of jthe accommodations cur place affords. I We hope to see ! ' rigiir arounö, and that a conclusion will be arrived at soon, and also that tins will be the place. Rumored. It is rumored that Hoham will not run on the Republican ticket. If this is so, it will place the clique, under the necessity of making a new nomination, and the party to the expense of having to pay for their beer. IUixi, hurricanes, &c. Th elements appear to he out of order, and have been for some time. Within tho last ten days we have had two hail storms, and some slx rains. On Sunday night there was (Xltts a . blow," but not hard enough to do any damage. In almost every exchange wo pick up we see accounts of the horrible ravages of hurricanes in different parts of the country. Many lives and much prop erty has been destroyed within the last four weeks. Am! ill Tornado. The telegraph brings us detailed ac counts of the melancholy loss of life and immense destruction of property, by the Tornado at Caraanche, in Iowa, and Albany, on the Illinois side of the Mississippi, on Sunday, JuLe 4th. Both these towns are entirely destroyed! Thirty dead bodies have been found at t-i . .. .... the ruins at Albany, many are missing, and a large number wounded. It is already ascertained that nearly fif ty persons have been killed, and one hundred wounded. The tornado passed through Morrison, Illinois, on the 4th inst. Ten lives were lost, and about fifty seriously injured, A number of houses wero destroyed, with avast amount of other property. At Amboy, Illinois, two persons were killed, and eight dangerously wounded. A number of houses, stock, barns and other property was destroyed. Sterling, Illinois, was also visited by the tornado. Three persons were killed there, and fifteen wounded. Many buildings were destroyed. St. Joseph, June 1. The last Pony Express brought intelli gence that 105 volunteers under command of Major Ormsby, on the 12th ult., came upon the Indians about 05 miles north rard from Virginia city. The Indians, about 500 in number.closed in upon them, pouring in volley after volley, and kill ling many on the spot. The balance re treated in all directions. The exact num bei killed is not ascertained, but it pro bably exceed CO. Mr. Fe n '.on haa reported a bill in the House, providing that all invalid pensions shall commence from tho dato of disabili ty, the object being to place all army and navy pensioners on an equality, and re move from Congress the numerous appli cations continually made for back pay lie said this measure would require about a million and a half of dollars as arrearages An amendment to the Oregon war debt bill has bten passed, which requires that money paid under tho bill to persons who actually did service, and not to as signees, lhe bill appropriates S3.400, 000. The lato destructive tornado ih Illinois and Iowa, appears to havo taken a courso duo east from the Mississippi to Rock River. Scarcely a houso or barn on the track, which is about half a milo in width, Mr. Wallack, Independent, has been elected Mayor of "Washington City. Hon. Samuel D. Ingham, Secretary of the Treasury under Jackson, died at Tren ton, N. J., on the 5th inst. Alexander Mooro has been arrested at Manchester, Mase., charged with poison ing his wife, daughter, son-in-law. and servant girls, by placing white lead in flour. All are in a critical condition, with but faint hopes of their recovery. A resolution has been introduced by Mr. Haskns, that hereafter no person shall be elected printer to Congress who is not a practical printer and of fnir reputa tion as to skill and ability; the printer to either house to give bonds in 25,000, and reducing present prices 40 per cent. The Governor of Massachusetts has sent a message to the Legislature, in relation to the cattla disease in that State. Another slaver has been captured bv IT C , 1 ..i tho U. S. Steamer Crueader, with 45c'My t,mte. w,Jn ealMon. He would respectfully IIa V'B on Doard Items oF IVcirs. The Democrats of the 11th district Lave nöminated Asbuiy Steele, for Cop- irres s S. T. Trumbull committed suicide at I Mishawaka on Saturday ni;b.t last, by ta- king laudanaum. It is supposed he wag insane. Another revolution is in progress in New New Grenada. The wife of Mr. Chlieoite, residing at Fort Wayne, was so frightened by the ra cent storm at that place, that she was seized wtth spasms, and died on the 31st inst. Prince de Joinville visits this country with a view of placirg his 6on in the Military Academy at West Point. The Chinese Government are using eve ry exertion to stop the Coolie trade, but it is still vigorously prosecuted. One thousand kidnapped Africans are now at Key West, awaiting the action of Congress. It is thought they will be re turned to Africa. Meetings are being held for the relief of the sufferers bv the late tornado in Iowa and Illinois. The city of Hamburg has presented to the city of Xew York a number cf swans, to be placed in the pond of the public park in that city. The fear of the spread of tho cattle di sease in Massachusetts, has occasioned a general slaughter of calves, and such cat tle as are in a condition fo market. The Richmond Enquirer says the evi dence is almost conclusive that the Rich mond Convention will adjourn over, and await the action of the Baltimore Conven tion. The Japanese Ambassadors have bro't no priest with them; they perform no re ligious ceremonies and observe no Sab bath. In their own country they say they are good cverjr day. Mrs. Smiles, a passenger on the eipress train, died suddenly by the bursting of a blood vessel, on the 31st ult., at Newbu- ry. C. W. ücto lllmliscMcnts. ft TTTt 9 PiL LO) A r.eror filling Anti.loto f r ?ir' II. U O R.-lie, Iji psiii, Fever nJ Aj;ue, 11, T i.iitaliot: iliri '.' U. I A4- x V I-TvvI Ai ix titf, l'isor tliTt-JHi'iiwh. Female & w p , w Obst ruciioiiM, Ac. lsf ru A I 25 V 25 cts. , Ö A A. Read tho testimony of GOV. WISE, Va. "Wits-ijt's riLls nrn a Mfe amt nio-tj u-w-ftil flim.-7y Vrnifiy for ConMipntUin.j jsri't Hlfectioiis of tlie Diut-Mive OrK.lii ! Fur IlenlaclM they liava pruved thein wives .1 uponAc Read tho testimony of GOV. KIKQ, Ala. I 1 wouM not N without Wilson' Tillsj jfv any price. For lnrtigeslion and Ilead-j iflie, I tlivi.tn a fill ni 1 Uke the half; it' ,:ive inimedintrt relief.' i Sold by Drcgi3ts & Dealers everywhere. PREPARED BV B. L. FAIINESTOCK & CO. Importers &. Wholesale Druggists No. GO, corner Wood and 4th Sta. Pittsburgh, pa. ULT rttOPRIlTOKS Of 3 B. L. Fahnestock's Vermifuge, o Information Wantctl. A SICK man by the name of STANLEY G. . MORGAN, now at the Short House, in this place, w ho says he has a brother by the name of Amos Morgan, living in this county somewhere, wishes information as to what part of the county his brother lives in ; and also wishes to say to all who may see this notice, that they will confer a great favor on a destitute and afllicted individual, by trving to get this information to his brother, Amos Morgan. Plymouth, June 5, 1860. 20tf Stato of Indiana, Starke County, en. In the Starke Circuit Court, Sept. Term, I860. Charles S. Tibbit vs. Robert L. Webb and Francis J. Webb. Complaint for Foreclosure. THE plaintifTin the above entitled cause, by A W Porter, hia Attorney, has filcil in my olliee his complaint ; also the aHidavit of Samuel Deatly, a disinterested person, from which affidavit it appears that the defendants, Robert L Webb and Francis J Webb, arc non-residents of the state of Indiana, they are therefore hereby notified of the filing and pending of said complaint, and the pame will be tried at the next term of said court, at the court house in the town of Knox on the 1st Manday, th 3d day of Septemler, lbf0, and unless the said defendents appear and answer or demur thereto, the name will be heard and deter mined in their absence. JON S. BENDER, Cl'k Starke C.C. A W Torrea, Att'y for Pl'rT. June 5, 11-60. 20wl STATE of Indiana, Marshall county : in the Marshall Circuit Court August Term, 1860. William Ringer vs. Martin Asper. Complaint to foreclosure mortgage. Iu the above entitled cause, the Plain ti AT, by Reeve k Capron, his Attorneys, has filed com plaint to foreclose a mortgage on land in this county ; and it appearing by the affidavit of a dis interested person, th.it the uelcndent, Mtrtin As pe r, is a non-resident of the State of Indiana, he is hereby notified of the filing and pendency of said complaint, nnd that the same will stand for trial on the second day of the next term of said court, to -ommence on the second Monday in August next, at the court house in PI mouth in said county ; and unless he appears and answers thereto it will be heard and determined in his absence. H. R. PERSHING Clerk. juGnS0w3 MORE NEW GOODS ARRIVING at tho Neur Ohio Cash Store. This is th place to get the worth of your money. Ladies and gents, call ami see the Se cond Spring Stock. I). McWILLIAMS. May 23, I860- nl8tf DR O. Physician & Surgeon, Bremen, Marthall eo., Ind. WOULD respectfully inform the people in general that he has been P:ast and purchas ed a large supply of for his own practice. He will be found on hund t . . : "- nurmi paimrncre n! hs DITCH LETTING. NOTICE 13 hereby iven th.it the Swamp Innd Commissioner anl Engineer will let to the lowest responsible bidder, (the bids to be seal ed proposals,) the following ditches, viz : Dn Friday, June 22d, lc60, between the hours of 10 o'clock a. m.and 12 o'clock m., the Outlet ditch of the Bently Lake, passing through sec. 6, township 34, north rarge 1 e. and sec 31, township 35, north range 1 e. and will be sold on the line of the ditc h w heie it leave? the lake, to be paid fur in swamn hind eubiect to entrr. Also on the fame day between the hours ot o'clock and 4 o'clock p m, two ditches in section 1 O J 1 1 Ml L 1 , lownsnip o-j, norm r.injic i v.uuu i w mtu i the fourth section corner on the north line of said section, to be paid half cisb and hair in swamp land. Also on the 27th of June, 1H9, between the hours of 10 o'clock a ni and 12 o'clock m, two ditchcä, one in sec. 18, township 32, north ranc 1 j east, between the Houghton lake and th: Monatau ! lake, ako from the Monatau lake south through sections 10, 30 and n w one-fourth of n w one- ' i fourth of sec. 31, township 32, north range 1 east, ! to be let at Uniontowm, at Smith' store, to be . . 11 paid for in swamp land. Also on the . tl;, .,, of 3 o'clock and 4 o clock p m, a ditch in the south east quarter of south west quarter of sec. 34, town- ship 53, north range 2 east, to be let at the residence b. mi n n i i. i r i i of Samuel McDonald.to be paid for in swamp lan.1. Also on the 29th day of June, 1 60, between the hours of 10 o'clock a m and 12 o'clock m, the com - oletion of a ditch in sec. 4, township 31. north mnge 4 east, to be let at Creng's school house, in Ger- man township, to be paid lor iu swamp land Plans and specifications can be seen at J. B. N Klinrer.in Plymouth. SAMUEL McDOXALl), Swamp Laud Commissioner A Great Bargain! Juncli.lHGO. 2Hwa MONEY IN TWO YEARS. The most Desirable property i the Coanttjl Tlie undersigned offors to sell his Grist Mill and tract df land, containing 6 acr, on which it is' located, on verv reasonable tejins. Iti? located i six anda half miles wc.t .of Plvmouth The Mill is in pood repair, inanufVMuies the best quali-1 ty of flour, and had the best run of custom of anv other in the county. Tlie water power is i Ptea.'y vnd believed to be superior to any othr in Marshall countv. By proper attention from three to five thonsan.l dollar) can be made on the Mill, and ncrhaDsmore. He will take anv kind of cood propertv in part pavment. For further ):irticulars. enquire on the premiees of - AYKKS BALDWIN. Jannarv 2b. 1HJ0. 12tf.- -3tf. SPECIAL NOTICE. wife, Caroline Tacke, having left my bed LVI. and board withrmt any just causr or provo- ction, I herehy warn all persona to neither h .rbor j Annual Krport espn-f? the ihi t -ati faction with nor trust her on my account, as I will piy no debts : the success which ha Attended tti laliors of thvir of Ler contracting after the .ate of Uns. .Siireon in tlie eure of S.t rm:it.iirli(i',l ?emilal pi t, 0. inrrt Jl'MUS TACKE. nVMklHSs.norrb.tllect.Svphilis.theviceof I lyniOUth, May 10C0. j Oniinisrn or Self Abuse, Diseases of tho Kidnevo T7"HEREAS, my wife, IJarbara Apple, has f J lett my bed and board without any just lie with her mavl4 l7t l JOHN ArPLE. ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. IN persuance of an order of the Common Fleas Court of Marshall county, State of Indiana, at the Marh term, 18C0, 1 will sell at private sale, the following real estate of John P Weaver, de ceased, in the countv of Marshall, and State of rndiana, to wit : tlie' undivided one half of two- thirds of the east half of the Northeast one-fourth in section Vi, township li'.i, north of range 1 east, containiiiff 131,' acres. Terms of sale One third cash in hand, the balance in six and twelve months a bv giving mortgage. CASPER GRUBE, AdrnV. May 20,1 SCO. nlHw3 SURVEYOR'S NOTICE OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned oiretlier with the Snrvevor of Stark countv. Indiana, will on the 1 1 tit dav of June, I860, at j 10 o'clock a m.proceed to locate the corners of the ! following described real estate : Sections thirty five 3f and thirty-six 36, township thirtv-three 33, i range lour 4 west. Io meet at the subscriber's residence at the time above stated. GEORGE W GREEN R II Rrxder, Surveyor May 21, 1860 " nl83 SURVEYOR'S NOTICE. vW TICE is hereby given that the undersigned ,AA, together with the Surveyor of Stark county. from harboring her about their house, as she ismv o fr a , , , (i!I1i'. Masfurbation or wife, and will hold them accountable for keeping Lf" "Ir ! of tl .eiul .r her I am readv to receive her home and treat ! , !t, I? VVnxit Ler as a wife I forbid all pers,,.,, from trudimr ! "L81'0" 'lÜ.Oi LILE 01 CIIARCE, n:in r nrnn r:itiri tTirorri T ffirNnl till rriiiri' : Indiana, will, on the 18 day of June. 1860, at 10 Attention is also invited to mv LRGE VARI o'clock am, proired to locate the corners of the f ETY of following described real estate: Sections twentv-! five 25 and twenty-six 26, township thirty-two 32, range one 1 w est! ELI BROWN: R II REnER,Survevor. May 24, 1850. " nl8w3 NOTICE TO BORROWERS OF SCHOOL ' rv P'eased with readv-nnde woik, I keep a FUm I I'lliST-CLASSTAlLOIt! All persons having obtained Loans from the j to cut and make to order. Those who will favor Common or Congressional School Fund of Stark j us by leaving their measures, cm relvon a fh county, and failed to pay the interest thereon, ; lonablr mit and as chenp. is can be had'in anv man will please call at the Auditor's Office and settle j ufactuiingshop in the'wet. Ploa-e call 'before trie 8am,niHi save nie me irouoie 01 collecting the Mine by law Attest Mar 30w 1 JOHN S. IlENDEK, Auditor Stark Countv. TN persuance of an order of the Common Picas ! I Court of Stark countv, State of Indiana, the March term 160, I w ill sell at public auei on the 12th dav of May i860, at the Court IIou door in the town of Knox in said county the fol lowing real estate situate in the countv of Stark and State of Indiana between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. ami 4 o'clock P. M. on said dav to wi: The south haif of the north west and" the north half of the south west quarter of section thirty-six 3fi in township thirty-four l-'U range two 21 west, one hundred and sixty acres. Terms of sale, one-third in hand, one-third in six months and last payment in twelve months. WING AT PR1TTMAM, Administrator of the estate f Jesse B. Morris. S. A.M'Chacki.n Att'v. April 12, 1860. 'l2S Henry Logan, vs. Complaint on Bond for Deed. Alvin Emorv I TATE of Indiana, Marshall Countv, s. In O lbe Marshall Circuit Court of Marshall Co in sasd State. August term, 1860. Be it known that on this I.rth day of May, 1860, the above r auieil plaint ill'by Reeve & Capron his nt--unoo pitiB jo ki;) aqj jo ojiuo 3qi 111 pj;u S.CoiLioi ty.his complaint against the defendant iu the aboo entitled cause, together wiih the affidavit of a competent person, that said Alvin Emory, the de fendant is not a resident of the State of Indiana. The defendant is therefore notifu-d of the tiling and pending of said corr.p'aint against him, ami that unless ho appear and answer or demur, that at the calling of said caue, on the second day of tlie next term of said court, to be begun and held at the court house in the town of Plymouth, on the 2d Monday in August next, said complaint and the matters and things then in attested wilbe heard and will be dcternined in his absence. Witncsfc II R PERSUING. Clerk M C C Reeve & Capron. Att'vs for plf 17w3 ONE IMiICK OiVLY! CHARLES PALMER, DEALER IN DRY GOODS, CROCK KRY-AVAK 15, Clothing, and Yankee Notions Lapoi te Street, Plymouth, !TJAI1 the ln-lM'f r rjuosted -II und 6itl. DR. H ARDMAN ANALYTIC PHYSICIAN, AND rilYSICIAN TOR DISEASES OK THE LUNGS, Cincinnati Marine Hospital AX IXVALIirs UKTREA T. urroponum .wember or tf. London Medical Society of Observation AUTH'Mt or letters to Invalids AND EU! TOR OF THE MEDICAL TELESCOPE. May be Consulted at rij.nouth, Edwards House, aturdv, Julr Til. It . If i . ft - . , I ? I III areiw, v riia House, July ütll. DR.IIARDMAV j i,, Larvniriti. n l"":".11; : m . "VBOCS Vi Li IT Throat and Lungs, bv .Medical Inhalitmn ; , whIl ,T(1Ix.r "Ä '""; J blood. j Dr. Hardman will carrv with him 1.1 i; Pnd wjH b, nrcTmp , t , ,l,n ,us "f' ' ,iU W1U ot prepare! to lumit-h tatents with nn p,iate remedies, strictly from the ve-etab I 11 1 j J "Oeoieki 1 ppro- king I p' H iU' ? emmoundo! of various Barks j ''.T' j'Vs 'm.s Loots, Plant ic. Procured and from v'rvon..-. -m t- i I . . : : 'I" " ! wie oiooe. uuar visits iiily announced. n- ir. i i 'SJrcs and rumor. Or. Ha.- man iWs , dl for consultation. I)r. Hartman treat all rl.r,.. i ,. miscast ot the Lun. i,v,PS tnn , ! it .... r. Moniach, Bowels. 7. . rojisey, .vj,,,. h;.,.,,.. of the Urn, , Svplulb K!, Sick Headache. Ku larired Tonsil?. A;C. j Feb. 2, i,2 lj. DR. IIARDM.W. Howard A.SSOCiatioil PIUI I)FLP1II " pÄÄV, t i ' , ,. . . A Benevolent Instilutio.i esüiblishcd by pTt:il hndoAvment, for ti e relief f the Sick ruicl Distressed afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic r--fIt, ..r r, JJ,;,if5SP3 r I . II0) ARt -OCIATION, in view of !. JL ne awaiui uestruction ot human hfe causal i by Sexual di-eases, neve.-.il years agodirected their Conculting Sugreon to open a Dispensary for th in-aimrmdi im eias3 ot liseases, in all their forms andtogive MEDICAD ADVICK CKATIStoal! who apply by letter, with a description of th. ir m. jditiou (ae, occupation, habits of Hf, Jtc., and, in lease of extreme jovertv, to ITUMSII MEDI i CINES FREE OF CHARGE. I The Directors of the Association In f?..T 1.,-. and hiadder, kc, and order a cobtiiiuauce of the Same pl.m for the ensuing year. Aa almir;.Ile Keporton Sjorin.itorrl.a a,SeininI on reeeptof TWO STAMPS for poe. Fresh Arriv'ill : T) 77 TTmT 11117 mnn j i-HMJ L UiliiJ X 1(1 (JlO.! ! JllU " -T Opeiietl (Ut Olie Ot tllO TT 1 .. . LARGEST All 3EST STOCKS!! OF FALL AM) WINTER "TT" A K. rm rT wr -ar -v-nrr Ü M J VJ ft! I ! I H I II fl (i - - T T.f oinl Pn c 1AaiJ auu V,ilS, Hoots and Shoe, dent' Furnishing (Joods, &c., kc, that I eer h id the pleasure tovtTVrth public. A -ill U solicited from mv friends and all those that wih to purchase with jj"Full Con fidence of hoing biu-h goods Us will plea them XI at pices FULLY SATISFACTORY! Cloths, Cavsinicr, in. I for the Accomodation ,f those who cam.i pun basing elsewhere. Sept. -tf H. PIERCE. .iosi:in Still in Egypt, dealing in Corn! si'lf A1TH AT THI RIOBMQND MILLS )ue LOUIi AND FKK I) STORE. l'OOO 00 Puehels Whett. S.000.000 I'u.l.il Corn, OH ,000 Bushels Rye, 100,(t(HI Huhel Oati, I .'),",0CO Flour Barrels Sta es and Heading, For j which they will pay the Highest Market price in J CASll- They also want ; 3LCD- Cl'STOMERSTopurchase Groceries at unprcce lently low prices. Thev will pay casual all tunes .'or grain, and sell in return groceries at pri-ea that cannot le afforded br anv other establishment in the place their finlitie lor purchasing supplies in Chicago as w ell as east ern cities, bcin sm er:or te anr other hou!e u j account of their free.juent shipments of Hour and gram to these points thereby enabling them to av the expense of exchange". If you want the highest price going for vo' r Grain, Barrel Staes and Hea.iitiL' il.m't m. !. for calling at the above establishment. CUSTOM WORK. Tleir mill hns bten recently been lefurnished with New and Superior Boitin:; Cloths, undergone a general and thorough repair, and it capable now under the superintendence of of English miller in their employ, of manufacturing aa good tiour as vny Mill in the United States. BOLTED CORN MEAL. They hart recently put a meal bolt in their mill and can now furnish cuftomers with bolted oorn meal. Flour of all grades, meal, bran and shorts, kepi constantly on hand at the tuore and mill and w ill be sold in large and small qnantities. As hereiofore, flour, meal shorts and bran w ill be delivered to town customers free of eharrt. RICHMOND, WILBUR 4 C()V Plymouth, May 3, 1860. I5tf A GOOD Assortment OF Cutlery, Toy, ami Notions, at ' reciTo. for the lust sit vrm. oet S-tf.