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THE PLYMOUTH DEMOCBAT.
Local Department, p. 7v. w. Tc. ii-n. Mail train. coin a east. Chicago 7:00 a.m Jrovertown...9:43 44 Plymouth.... 10:0? " ricrsonriMv.'. . 10:21 44 Itourbon 10:34 ijtiia Green. .10:11 ' Ft. Wavne...ll:30 GOING WKST. Ft. Warne. ...5:23 p. Vi. I Etn (;Yecn.':.4:M t Kourbon 4:VJ " j Piersonville. ..5.13 44 j rimivitli 5:27 " Gmvertown ..5:52 44 ! Chicago Ü:bö 44 EXPRES3 PASSENGER TR AIN GOING EAST. Chicago. .... .7:45 r. m. 3rovertovn.. 10:25 44 Plymouth 10:50 " Pierson vir.e..ll:0; 44 Bourbon 11:10 " Etna Green. 11:23 44 Ft. avne. ..1:10 a.m. f ;r!n we-t. ! Ft. Wayne 2:: a.m. Etna Urteil. Bourbon. . Picrsonville. .4:37 " .4:50 " ..V03 .5:27 44 b:lS 44 i Plymouth Uj'rorcrtown. Chicago ITPersons wisiiin t ship freight should have it j t thir station by 10:30 A. M- to injure shipment hm day. S. K. EIJW A KI.", 1 reicht Agent. Plymouth, March at), 16:1 CINCINNATI, PERU & CHICAGO R. R. LEAVE L- Porte. . . . 4:30 r. at. Walkerton ..5:23 Tjner 6:05 44 ARRIVE Plymouth... 6:30 44 LEiVE Plymouth..'. 0:00 a. m. Tvner 0:2G " Walkcrtou ..6:50 44 ARRIVE LaPorte . e:00 44 Scott s Collecting Agency. Mr. J. S. Scott, who does a Gfucral Collect inf Business, is authorized to receive .Subscrip tion. Adrertiäcment?, ire, for us, and to give receipts lor monej due this Office. We cheerfully recommend Mr. Scott as a carfult prompt, and honorable man. Claims en trusted to him for Collection, could not be plaeed in .fer hands. A. C. THOMPSON, Ed. Drmocrat. IZ Charges mod? rU" and the most s.itifacto rj reference given, when required. Stlexdid. We are under mnny obligations to Mrs- J. L. Woodward for a inesa of the nicest strawberries we have en ihiseajon. üjTThoii as McDonald has been appointed Mar shal of ihii county, in the place of T. A Lemom, re signed. Both the Marshals, Mr. Patterson and McDonald, are now on duty. 2JT D. Mc Williams has brought ou his second stock of goods this sea.-on, which he is still selling at unreasonably low figures. The quantity that he ha sohl is evidence tint he is iloin a liberal business- Removed. S. k M. .Becker hive moved their dry goods store on the corner of the block in which they ha e formerly Jone business, (five them a call. They have jn-t received a new stock for the season. Central club meeting. Let every Democrat in t ie tvwn.-hip turn out to the Club Mectini; t ) aiht- ispe-.ikers will bi ou b md. The conven tion are drawing nigh, and it h time tint we were at work in earnest. Good uvert r'gs. It any of our readers should have a desire to take a nice ride alter a splendid team and gool rig generally, we say to them they can get the thing that will suit them by calling on Me5srs. Klingen, who h;ive of late been mik ing iddlttousto their former stipplyof teams and car riages. We are indebted to Jerry for a rid in a five hundred dollar rig, which is the nicest thing we have seen kept lor a livery in these parts. Sacsage miking. As our enterprising neighbor who announced Ma Intention to go into the SSoap business, manifests a disposition to do anything that he thinks will pay, wc intiinat.: to him that probab y the immit.icture of BoIoliu rausagc wouhl b a paying investment. If he ihou!d conclude to go into this lusine, and nhould want a partner, wc would respectfully sug gest I. M Utinglv as a suitable person for pirt ner in such an enterprise Wes'ervelt to furni-h the d gs and M ittingly the other m iterial. Aujh of malta. The Lode of this ancient and honorable order is in good working order, and is very week increa-ing it-s numbers and ability t do good. La?t week they issued an order to pay for n tovefor a destitute wrinan of our own who hid to do all her eoolenir out of doors. This casf of real necessity came under their notice, and they Kve the relief spk 11 '. If ay of In is ;ire in similar ciramstaiiccs, tlicy will most likely get relief b; calling on theoieer. When are we goiuj to luve thnt party ? Mr. Edwards says the room is now ready. Let us h;ive it M;n. Are tlicy to Uv. Tiiitcd ? Are such men as the leaders of tlie Repuhücan party in this county to be trusted ? fhis is a ques tion that every honet roter of Marshall county should ask himself. For the sake of political pow er they slander and defame the character of their neighbors nd friends. Nt misrepresentation is too great for them to circulate about Democrats, of whosi kospitalities they have often partook, and whose honesty and integrity they do not for en moment seriously doubt. They circulate in the meanest conceivable mani.er, the lies manu faetured by the president of the court house clique, than whom there is not a more deceptive, hLhonest and hypocritical politician to be found any where. These very men, who h ive fr years delighted in calling the Democratic party the 44 whiskey De mocracy," because Democrats did not advocate tnnh law, hav now turned about and put on their county ticket a man who is, by the manufacture and sale of his ber and whiskey, miking more drinkers than all the ret of the 44 rum se ller" in tfic county. Some of them have already told us that they are doin this to secure the election of their candidates, and admitted that it was 44 cor rupt, but after seein that he h id admitted too much for the good of his rotten and corrupt cause, said th:y had learned these tricks of the Demerath party, an t that they wer going to put them into use. This acknowledging that they intend being as "corrupt" as they have groundlesaly charged the Democrats with being, or in other words, as 'corrupt' as thy can be. They have run out of principles to contend for, and have resolved to car ry this election with Hoi.iiin's laoeh bkir avd wiimkct, 8nd for the sake of getting it cheap they have put the manufacturer en the ticket, but for the poorest effice in the county : thus showing that tkey will drink his liecrand sell hm to secure the election of their their prt. As an evidence that they intend to trad in rotes this fall, we M-te that one of the prominent wire-workers in the place, has offered to bt us th it ONE of their can didates will gcta majority of ONE HUNDRED. He isaTKiotxo individual, and will be out on that business this fall. He is one of those who has of late been circulating some of the yarns manufac tured by the clique. , . s Again we ask, are such men to be trusted with th businet f the county, when, in only two year's prwer thej hare proren themselves as 'corrupt' as thej bare tried to make the people of Marshall believe the Democrats have been. Are such men entitled to the confidence of any honet man? Will flicySiipiiorf the Ticket? Will the rum na nt temnerance lecturers of this cott7lirhohavV.drocut.d.rf,.rc.n4 couiisCatlOU, support tue epuu i im ii lamiiuuiu , for Coroner, John Hoheim, the only brewer m tlie ! ... . . .. t I f ' f ' county 7 ii tl.oy do, i pnsstoie, me eopie ox Marshall county will have less confidence in them than heretofore. We lure heard the leading Wc- I publicans of this county, and they w ere instrumen tal in having Hoham nominated, make the most rabid, ultra speeches on temperance vc ever lis toned to ii l ., . . . .. - U e Laye-not seen UiHwor three of them since the nomination of Uxheim, ami had ; but little talk with any one of them, onlv Dr. ! P.rown. He now advocates drinliif la-tr" beer i ... , , , ' and lioucim s wluakey, and denies that he ever, was opposed to the use of these articles He would now like to deny that he ever made a tem perance speech. We recollect to have heard th? Doctor make. a raving speech on thU subject last winter, after listening to a spiritualist lecturer, who ndvoeatcd mob law. The Doctor wa called up, and responded by t aying that he was 44 ready for anything," and continued to peak in this manner lor some time. Dr. Sherman was then called for, and spoke much in the same spirit, but with much more sense than Brown. At another time wc heard Rev. A Fuller make some very eloquent and feeling remarks about secng young men, (who first commenced drinking lager beer) 44 going abont our streets whose very features were ery ing-for-rereng against themm-ellr." -Will these men support the entire Republican ticket ? The Senator has declared 1 is intention to go Ho ham, ud says the others ought to have their leads cracked if they don't." Here is consijten- cy that the leading Republicans of this county alone can admire. Our leaders can know from these things how much dependence to put in any tlnng that these men may say, and judge what they will do to obtain votes for their doubtful caue. . - ' r- ifl" 44 Keep cool." Will Hill has shown us his Ice Cream aloon, which he has just fitted up with new papering, paper-hangings, newly painted, car pettod and newlv furnished generali v. When we say that Bill is one of the best fellows in the place and that everything he gets up is right, we only say what all others do who know him and have dealt with him. His saloon will be ready for the reception genlemen andiheir ladies this evening, and after. Charity Scpper. The supper given by the members of the Home Chiiity Society ac the Good Templar's Hall, for the benefit of the poor of this pla.'e was on entire success. We under stand that the receipts were some twenty-live dol lars. The supper was nice and the time passed pleasantly to all. Pres bvterian ciurch. We arc informed by Mr. Porter, Pastor of the Preshvteri.ni church in this place, that there will be i.o service in that i church on Sabbath next, as heretofore announced. I They hive been repairing the building, and it is! not yet completed. A correspondent of the Philadelphia Enquirer, writing from London, under date of the c'th inst., suvs that .fodder is so scarce in that vicinity for sheep and eattle, that they are slaughtered and are othf rwis? dying bv hundred. Ifav is ac tu illy worth a perny per pound. The citizen of Denver City held a meeting on the"2.thof Mav to devise measures of defen-c I in case of hii astaek by IndiaiH. reported ro have been threatened bv the different trübe? now en camped within a few miles of that city. J lie oui settlers nnpreiieuM no iiair'r. 1 It in propoood that the Ml! which pushed tlie House providing for the estntilislimnt of a Gov ernment printing ofliee, shall go into cßVct March 4th, CA. JrsT the Titixc. A prominent p.iyslcian Paid of Dr.Wilson.s Pills : 44 If mv patient required an aperient, Wilson's Pills were just the tiling I wanted ; if heufl'ered from Dyspeptia, acidity of Stomach, t'ostiveness, or Inactivity of Liver, Wil son's r.l!s were ju.-t the tiling. Disturbances of ! the Circulatory Orgnns Wilson Pills were just j the thing." See duid to health," to be "had j jrratis from II. L. Falinetnck V Co. No. t! Wood i htreet, Pittsburgh, Pa. Sold by Pershing A Co., Plymouth, Ind. and merchants generally. julm Official Annomicements. IT" We are authorized t announce ZACHA- RIAH SENOl'li as candidate for Sheriil of Mar- shall county, subiect to the decision of the Demo eratib Convention. IT We authorized to a-nounce JOHN A. SHIRLEY as candidate for TownVij Assessor, subject to the decision of Center Township Con vention, to be held on Saturday, June Hth, at the Court House. IT We are authorized to announce PETER SCHLARH.from German township, as candidate for Sheriliof Marshall county, s-ibject to the decis ion of the Deniorratio Convention. TT" We are authorised to announce Wm. M. PATTERSON as candidate for Treasurer of Mar shall county, Mibject to the decision of the Dem ocratic Convention. I V" We are authorized to annonce JM SHOE MAKER as candidate for Treasurer of Marshall I county, subject to the decision of the Democratic I oiivention. JV We are auth ui.ed to announce ROBERT S. PIPER as candidate for Sheriff of Marshall county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. -' yy We are authorized to announce HENRY M. LOGAN as candidate for Shcrilt'of Marshall county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Convention. IT We are authorized to announen DAVID HOW as candidate for Sheriff of Marshall county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Conven tion. 1 r We are authorize'! to announce JAMES II. CASE ns candidate for Sheiitl'of Marshall county, subject to the decision of the Democratic Conven tion. 3 rWe are authorized to announce J M KL1NG ER as candidate for County Surreyor for Marshall county, ubjtfct to the decision of "the Democratic zonveiition AGRICULTURAL NOTICE. liiere will ba a special meeting of the members and ofliccra of the Marshall County Agricultural Society, held at the Court House, in Plymouth, on Saturday, June !)th, IhCO, at 10 o'clock A M.for the purpose of adopting a revised Constitution and Ily-Laws; also appointing committees of award, and such other business as may come up A full attendance of all interested is solicited. Ily older of Hie President. Mark Ccmvivos, Sec'y. N II The committee appointed by the Society to revise the Constitution and Uy-Laws, are re quested to meet at the Court House, on Saturday, Juiiei-'d.at 9 o'clock, A M. M ark Ccmmings, Sec'y ', YM O UTIl STA PL K JL I HKETS Wheat $1,0:(T,15 Flour $2:n(,?:t,l)f per cwt Coni 32c Oats 23(23 Meal 4 1,W jH-r owl Huttcr. 10(ij J2o Chickens. ... f cts lb Potatoes 20 Etfgs f,f7 Cloter Seed, dull 3.23rtr3,.r0 Timothy Seed 2,MJ(?2,25 Hungarian Grass Seed v t . . , fiOc Salt per bbl op0() Hides Green per lb . lTil cfioo Smoked Hams retail 10e Shoulders nud Sides Dry Goods and Groceries. ! it- , " , - - ..... ... r : ' - 1 DECLARATION c INDEPENDENCE. WHEN in the course of trale, it becomes necessary for one lirm to dessolve the mercantile bonds which have connected them with other, and to assume among the stores of Ply mouth that prominent position, to which soiling goods at a lower pic entitles them, a decent re spect for the opiuions of the citizens of Marshall COnniT require llie v;iutcs niiivn fiiwuiuimjisi uuiu - . f. J S. We hold lhe3e truthw t0 be ... .1 .1. l...,,M tl,..r,. ef evident; that nlldoi.ot sell goods eual; tliat those who bey cheaper can pell at a lower price, the store which sells at the lowest price ii entitled to the patronatre of the community, LOW PRICE STORE!! Has always received a large share of that patron -ape, nnd to pecure a continuance of favors haa brought on a much larger stock than before, con sisting of a coraple assortment of Dry Goods, GROCERIES, i i CROCKERY J Boots nxxcT- Sb.00 s BONNETS, HATS AND CAPS. j MIUNERY GOODS, I We will sell for rash any article in our ftore ns rhean i can be bought in any shop in town for, lik quality. ! LADIES, Will find all the latest styles of Dress Goods nnd everything perraining to the Dry Goods line. Those about to commence HOUSE KEEPING ill f.ud a comp A te assortment of Crockery and ass ware, which we will sell twenty per cent wir ei.y ttlti cft::ll tl niint. G E N T L E M E N , Will find a larga stock of Broad Cloths, Fancy ! C'issiiners and Summer Goods which we are pre- 1 paiedlo make up in any stylo deiied. j 1 F AMILIES, j i Will le supplied with Trejli Groceries at a small j dvance Iroei cost. IN FACT. We have cventhin:! niav want and shall take . . 1 1 . 1 1 . ', great pleasure in showing our goods and in selling : lcm if you are suiteti W E INVITE, i i i All to call and examine our stock of good at our , old stund on the corner t-outh of the Edwards' , House. R1CE&SM1TH- , r ?.Jn connection with our store we have opened a Tailor Shop under th 1 charge of Mr. ! F. J. Renner who is on hand with all the Iates irtf ' fashions and w:ri aijt.-; all his work. Mav 3, H-GO. NO CREDIT Will "be jciven after tlio r.i liir ni1 CPIITPUTIPO VT'A'ril (i. S. CLEAVKLAND & BROTHER, - WILL SELL CK 13 A P FOIi CASH. Or its Ktjuivak'iit, iyy4 r'7 t 'J Ot tlie host market, ISice and Substantial, at tlie CHEAP CASH STORE! We invito the Trading Pulilic to purchase of us, .'is we are deter mined to sell at Gh-eat H5argaiiis! Those- indebted to us will pleae all and pay without delay, as we! need tue easii verv innen. äug ic-2tf. V;.s. c. Anno. 1.1 f 1 DRY r GOODS AND SELLING CHEAPER JHAN EVER! WE would respeetfully call tho attention ol purchasers to the fact that w e have just re ceived from the Eastern cities, a well selected stock of It KADY-JIAD E CLOTHING HATS, CAPS, Giiocuiiircs, &c. Having bought our stock at first class Houses wecanoli'er youtiootUat prices to suit the times, N. Ii. Willi the above we have connected Tailoring Establishment, Under the supervision of Mr. F. J. KENNER w here we are prepari'ut to ' :.,.' MAKE CLOTHING TO OliDEPd And keep constantly on hand CLOTHS. CASSIM'RS, VESTINGS F. k M. BECKER. VUJjI'W Boots and Shoes. . tNEW AIIKIYAL . ' just received at the sign or THE ' GOLDEN BOOT - - .. - - - . - . .tne eihe largest and best selected stocks of - Boots and Shoes ! !! ver brought to PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, of every description of LADIES', GENTLEMAN'S MISSES'. EOYS' and CIIILDRENS' together with a large stock of Warranted ESoiiie Itindc WORK, which wc intend to sell rtr) low. CALL AND SEE CA 5 7 FOR HIDES. E. PAUL. April 5, Ibofl. I TTCTICE is hereby given that an election will J be held at the court house on the first Mon- ! dav of May A. D. It?C0 for the purpose of electing ' five trustees, a clerk, assessor, treasurer and mar- ' tdial lor the corporation of the town of Plymouth, j Ind. The jHills will be opened at 9 o'clock A. M. on s aid day. ; .. T "" f. t 1 . - num j. o. ubum, ranifm. 4 N exhibit of the receipts and expenditures Jfjk. ofthe Corporate town of Plymouth, for the n-ar commencing the first .Monday 11 May A. D. : I ,t5'-. conroRATioN ftnd. Dn : For taxes collected on duplicate $633,93 ! For cash received of corporation I treasurer for side walks h.iiu ; grave yard lots 21,00 For cash received for licenses 23,00 $G9G,03 CORPORATION FOND. Bv orders redeemed CK. $Go3,Ql :h,gj iBrreMr,Mf' or collections.... $696,9.1 SCHOOL HOt'SF. FUND For taxes collected on dujtlicate do Wood sohl do Fines received DR. S077.5O 13,00 $2üf,6i I FCIIOOI. IIOL'SF. FPND j Iy orders icdeeincd CR. S7R.M 13,H7 209,23 do fees paid for collections. . . . do cash in the treasury $2yH,G8 lR. $219,00 CR. SCHOOL FIND or cash received from county treasury SCHOOL UNO 1 Pv orders redeemed .cor. ,no 1 Ordtrs payable out of the corporation fund iss ued during the year were as follows to wit: roa discharging rxtfETTl.F.i ri.Ai.MS KxisTixc at TIIK COMMENCKME.NT OK THK YF.AR. For labor on streets do fire department do printing , do attorney u feed $'J,42 1H.50 4,00 25,00 $92,56 10 k EXrCNDlTVRS Dl'RING THK 1 KAR. On streets For tire department. do printing do attorneys fees To marshal for services. . . , To corporation officers For improving grave yard. . , $1 1,73 25.75 56,50 25,00 10,00 17S,G5 24,00 $ l.f3 $553,55 I Total issue during the year. . . . i Of which their remains out i i:.. riainnii ................ Amount of old orders Total amount Orders usuud for unsettled claims against the echool house fund at commence ment of year For expenditures during tho year Total issue during the year. . . Of which there remains out standing Amount of old ortUrt 210.F8 !0,U6 $301,1 $9,18 C8.6I $77,79 $1,00 5,97 $9,97 Orders issued during the year for school purposes, .... $2C7,13 Of which there remain stand'g 218,13 Total indi btelinc ss May 1,119 wu 657,31 Total indebtedness at the prcs- nttime. ...... ............ 529.24 J. 11. N. KLING ER, President. Attest J, ft. OsiiotM, Clerk, 'pro. tern. April 26, 1HG0. B ELLOWS, Anvils, Vices and all kindi ol ' . . , r --- Dry Goods -and .-.Clothing im I'CfiSk llt Clolh (Hg, Ctoih f CLOT25IXG rou novs, AMD Or O ODS TO MAKE IT OF DAVIDSON & CO., "OJLD avail themselves of this method V V brine to the notice of the public the fact hat they have now, as al vays a little in advance, nnonod nut. f.ir tlif inanertimi of thnne ill want of - men or boys wear a new SPRING & SUMMER STOCK j which in variety and general attraction has not ! , been equalled m this market, and will compare ' favorably with any similar tstabüshment in La WEAR, i porte or Ft. Wayne. They would call particular i attention to their stock ol d5b : which cannot fail to suit one and all. Confining t : themselves entirely to the Clo thins and ' Tailoring business thev Mini not to be excell ed and . hall always endeavor to merit the patronage of discrimin itmg puTlic, heretofore bestowed upon them. DAVIDSON i CO, , Ply mouth, Ind., March 29, IMiO 1 X7SSBrüJf & Wolesale aud Retail GROCERY HOUSE. Dalerji in all kinds of Family Vror . cs! and PROVISIONS, f Tobacco, 1 Cigars, Wooden and Willow Varc: In soliciting the public patronage wc would say that our stock of Goods i complete, and will com pare favorably with any other establishment in tho West. Epecial imluccnients arc offered to country Dealers. All kinds of country Produce taken at the high est market ptice in exchans: foroods. NUSSBAU.M V DAVIDSON. April 12. 12tl ISrnj. ISciitx A: John Gardner HAVING formed a partnership for the purpose o carrying on tlie Wason k BIni'ksmithiiig Business And having purchased the stand formerly occupied by E. S. k A. P. Elliot, in South Plymouth, Ind., respectfully inform the public that they are now iu FULL BLAST! j Prepared to receive orders and execute all work in ! their line in the best a nd most substantial manner. on short notice ami reasonable terms. As they w ill pive their personal attention to the business, they hope to deserve and receive a liberal share of the patronage of the citizens of Marshall county. Busies, Carriages and AVagons, Of all kinds and qualities kept constantly on hand and for sale or made to order. jrrKcpairing of all kinds promptly attended to. UTarticular attention will be paid to Shoeing JIOJtSKSawJ OX MX. P.ENTZ k CARDNER. nov 17, 159, 14 tf. NEW GOODS! J, F. VAN VALKENBURGH, has received a new stock ol BOOTS AND SHOES which he selected with care nnd bought cheap and will sell cheap fcr cash. His stock is good ami he keeps the LEST of workmen employed to manufacture Hoots ami Shoes. He took special pains to select such an assortment of Ladies Shoes, as has long been needed in this place nnd is con fidwiit that if those wishing to purchase will call on him he can please them both in article nnd prices. Thestore and Fot Ofliee is removed one door north of the Pank. J. F. VAN VALKENHÜRCH. April3.1B60. ...... HJtf- CLQTHIMG AT WHOLESALE & RETAIL MEAT MARKET. CHARLES SHOEMAKER, on La porte street, a few doors west of Palmar' Store, keep a good supply of FRESH MEAT8 for their old customers, and as many new ont aa mav find it to their interests to eall on thra. lllrThfy will pay the highest market prions in :ash, for Fat Cattle, Shep, llo'a and Fowla. iMarkt everv morning except Shiaday: a.- 11 Uf. Dnigs and Medic ines. G. BLAIN, & Co, JUrilSeriS,CS,':rHE- UNO.MiSIGXEÜ IS AUIHORIZED ' X t( 11 the following described Lauds, ut vcrv PLYMOUTH, IND. l"T AVING just received a fresh sunplv of rverv I article in our line of trade, -onsistins: mainlv I hes, Perfumerv. Yankee Notions, ry. Pure Medi Jir.es and Liquors foi xiscs onlv, to which we respectfully ntion of this community. We have : Llass, stationer I Medicinal purpo i invite tue attention ot this community also, on hand a stock of j GROCERIES, ' Ta, Coffee, Fugar, Tobacco, Cigar-, etc. To bo disposed of at very reasonable figures, j Within ajfew day past, we have received from .Pittsburgh andNew York a large amount of KEREOSENF. ANICCAL OIL. AND LAMPS j for burning the same, of every size and style with I or without blades. We are rImi agent's for til the papular i ! PATENT MEDICINES , of the day. Physician's prescriptions carefully 1 put up at all hours, day or ii'ght, by expvnenetd ; druggist?. ! w e earnestly inv;tethe public to favor us with 1 a call, examine our stock, nnd become convinced t t of the fact that we are doin h liberal luiiicss. C.HLAIX &Co. Plymouth, Ind., March Q9th,l. ! Dil HQ STOI1E. ; Has removed hipstoek of DRUGS AND MED ! 1CINES to the room one door east of Patterron Si Cleaveland'f store ou LaPorte street. Pi vm ! outli Ind, where he kvep constantly on hand j PURE DRUGS j AND ! YjUUs tablishments Carefully selected frrom the best Wholesale Es- jn New York, Philadelphia, Pitts- burgh and Chicago j omilry HcrchfiHts, AND 'PHYSICIANS G E X E RALLY I Will find it to their interest to pre liim si call i as he warrant? every article sold bv him to he j ust what it is represented In addition tohisj,su,lr I argePtockof Drugs and Medicines, may be found j 3 4 ir u w 4 ENDLES3 QUANTITIES YANEEENOTIONS PcrlURHTV, I Hair Oil. B11 ruins Fluid, ; ('jo-nrS iV( And, in fact, everything usually kept in a Dm More, at prices as low as can be afforded. Call and examine foryourselves. T. A. LEMON. And aperient and Stomachic preparation of IRON purified by combustion in Hydrogen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical authorities, both in Europe and the L'n'ted States, and pre scribed in their practice. Tlie experiences of thousand daily proves that no preparation of iron can Oe compared with it. Impurities f the blood, depression of ital wnertrv pale and otherwise hicklv complexions indicate i'.. ! necessity in almost every conceivable case. Innoxious in all maladies iu which it haa been tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz In debility , nervous affect ions, emaciation, dv.- pepsia, constipation, (!iarrhna., dysentery, incipi ent consumption, scrofulous Tuberculosis, Salt Rheum, misruenstruation, whites, fluorosis, liver complaints, chronic headaches, ihcumati-m, in termittent fevers, pimple on the face, e. In case of peLcral debility, whether the result of acute disease, or of the continued Jiuiunition of nervous and mucalar energy from chronic com plaints, one trial of this restorative has ruled successful which no description or attestation wo'd render credible. Invalids so lon bedridden -o long as to have become forgotten in their own neighborhoods, h ive suddenly reappeared in the busy world us if just returned from protracted trav- el In a dtstant I and Some very signal instances of this kind are attested of female snffercis, em ici.i ted victims of apparent marasmus, pan-tiineus cxhausliou, critical changes, and that complication of nervous and dvsiieptic aiersion to air and exer cise for which the physicians have no name. In Nervous Affeetions of al! kinds, aud for reas ons familiarto medical men, the operation of this preparation of iron must necessarily be salutary, for, unlike the old oxides, it is vigorously tonic, without, being exciting and overheating; andgcntlv j regularly aperient, even in the most obstinate ca ses of costiveness w ithout ever being a gastric pur gative, or inllioing a disagreeable sensation. It is this latter property among others which makes it so remarkably effective for Piles, ujKtn which it also appears to exert a distinct and specif ic action, by dispersing the local tendency which forms them. In Dyspepsia, innumerable as arc it eaucs, a ingle box of thrve Chalybeate Pills has often suf ficed for the most habitual cases, including the at tendent costiveness In unchecked Diarrrluva, even when advanced to Dyscntary, confirmed, emaciating, and apparent ly malignant, the effects have been equally deci sive and astonishing In the local pains, loss of llesh and strength, de bilitating cough and remittent hectic, which gen erally indicate incipient consumption, this remedy has allayed the alarm of friends and physicians, in several vety gratifying and interesting instan ces. In Scrofulous Tuberculosis, this medicated iron has had far more than the good effect of the mo-t cautiously balanced preparations of iodine, w ithout any of their well known liabilities Tlie attention of females cannot be tio confi deiitlv directed to this remedy and restorative, in the cases peculiarly affecting them In Rheumatism, both chronic and inflammatory in the latter, however, more, decidedly it has been invariably well reported, both as alleviating pain and reducing the swellings and stiffuess of the joints and muscles In Intermittent Fevers it must be a great reme dy nnd energetic restorative, and its progress in the new settlements of the West, will probably be one of high renown and usefulness No remedy hap ever been discovered iu the whole history of medicine which exerts such prompt hippy, and fully restorative elicits (lood appe tite, complete digestion, rapid acquisition of strength, with an unusual disposition for active and and cheerful exercise, immediately follow its use Put up in neat flat metal lwixes containing 50 pills, price 50 cents per box; for sale by druggists and dealers Will be sent free to any address on receipt of the price All letters, orders, etc., should be addressed to R. P. LOCKE k Co.. General Agent, 333 Hroadway, N Y- Pit-mouth, tnayll 171y J JRealjEstatc Agency. I'SJOÖ AUS if LAIS M SALE. wie iurures; pari Oyni i.nil the baLm.-e in aiuiual payments, from one td fjr yir?, wit'i Triterfe.t, paid annually : UMOX TOU'XSlllP. ! " , ,i , ' 4 1 1 A. .4 U'J " f . ! iP ! CEXTER TOWNSHIP. N. E. Quarter Sec '2 1 n v qr n w qr 44 8. . w or n w or " 7 . . 33 N. R. SIE., A. Ito 40 40 3 SO H) 10 i e half . e :r " p "I 3 "" i . . 'Mi e h df n w or " SO j n half w q I owns in r. E. hf N. E. qr Sec. n half n w qr 44 s o qr w qr 44 ncqrnwqr 44 P C qr 44 S w qr S e qr. . . ,44 e half n w qr. . .44 Ii e qr 44 ::u T. 33... 33... 34... 19... 7.. ?0... C2 N. R. 2 E., A. ftc Kl 80 40 Hrf) 41 i-U .....1G0 37 w f r b e qr. . . . so frs e qr. . . w half n w qr half n e qr. . w half u w qr. . w h ilf s w iir. . it o VI........ o;i 2' j 21......... H 17 17 M fT 3 2 N 6 li.. 61 Hit in ?d Sl Sli 4 PO w half 5 t qr. e h ill" s e qr. ..." s w qr s e qr .'4 . n w qr j n half s w qr R 2 E. f hilf 11 w qr Known as the Vi!on Farm, about C ) acres im der cultivation dwelling hoie, stable und a pod yo:ng orchard. One fourth in hand, the Inline in fire or ton years with interest anntullv. Walnu t township. " S. E Sc. 15 T. :i-2 N. R. :i E.. A H s half 11 w qr. 15 32. . .33 31.. .32 30. . ..VJ 30. . 30. . ..: 34. . .32 .. 40 .16 . .4) . -P2 . .HI ..Wl n e qr p pt lot .... lots 2 and 3. . e half s c qr. . w half s e (jr. . w half n e qr. 1 S ) i; R RO N TO W N? 1 1 1 P. W half N. E.qrSec. 12 T.33 N.R. 3 E e half r w qr " 7 33 4 GERMAN TOWNSHIP. Itl and 2 Sre. C T 31 N. R. 3 Lot 1 " 7 w half n w qr 44 31 u w qr s w qr 34 3 A Sn im 4' V) NORTH TOWNSHIP. ! u hf n w qr ( W M R) S, e t; T "." N K 0 E. 12-2 POLK TOWNSHIP. W. half N. E. r Sec. 'J7 T. :C N . fj.I E., A &3 s e jr 11 w $r l.C 4r e half 11 e qr 44 ." 3....M if,f) jr " J.I ..- tft tj.-ie mho ?ort:i of Knott ? .Ration, fifteen uccci under cultivation lug house, welt mid young or chard. Terms, one h ill" in hand balarce iu on. year, with interest. WEST TOWNSHIP 1:.. h ilf A. .qr .'Sec. y ? J . 33 N. R. 1 81 50 47 Hi M 47 G e h ill's e qr. . it w fr s e qr e half seqr 44 e half ? e qr '4 w fr ? e qr s w qr s w qr w h.dfs w qr " w hidfii e or .... 27... 10... 00 m-m 22... 3t... X6T 34.. 27... 31. .ir,n Also th- following deseiiWeJ l.-mds in Fulton ! Countv. situated about two miles East of the Mich. igan Road, and joiiidijr the south line of Marshall j Cour.ty, to-wit : I N. E.(lr N. K.qrSec. 3 T. 31 N. R. 3 E., A 4s! U half s e.p ö mM 9 i I Y.. O t. '11 c r L.'t - - - ... . - - - ..-I.. ........... Persons wishli.i: to pt:rch.ie unimproved land, on easy t-: ms. w ill do we! I to pie me a call. I al -so have the P O , address of the larger portion of nonresident 1 n:d owners, which will .nable me to ascertain the price of a lara (jtiaiiiity of land which is not described in tiie nV,o lit. Tiios. Mcdonald. rivmouth .Feb. !;h, 1 -0 n3-tf " LANi ) ACjS C Y. 3,000 acih:s of iooi) land Vor Sale 011 Vay Terms f)F.RSONS wantiiiirtobuy orell Land, illd.i g well to call 0:1 the ir.i-ier.-i- iied, wlit can ii facilities for purcha.-e or .-ale e:.il to j;iiv in th coio try. FOR SALE, at LESS than current rates, anJ on tint' : inv qr sec 34, (less 1(1 acres out of sa cor.) and s Ii of w qof Pec L'7,town 3in. of ran5 1 w '2'W acres, 30 acres improved at Nort'a Rend, Stark county. The n h of 11 w fen w m r, fc R Mi !iian TJoni and 12"2 .r7-100 acres unimproved six miles north of Plyinouth fine, heavy tiiuhciivd land,- with water. The se q and e h of pw q of sec 2"2, rtid the nt q of see 'M tow n 3r n.of ranire one p.dk tow n- thio 4(tO acres heavy timbered, po..! t-r near Tvner City tobe sold in ouai.titits to stilt purchaser". The s 1. f lie q of see 29. tow n tM n. of rli 2 e, vd acres, four miles youth of Plymouth l;f- ! teen acres improved :ood land. timber ami water The sc q tec S, town "iii n, ot ranf "J c, Hf acres (Inen township eight miles from Pinn outh near store, mills, and in a pvMd iiciph'or hood :;ool timber, fine . rusK marh, and living, running water. Tlie e h of sw of sec 23, tonn 31 n, cf rnni - c.andsw q of't of r0, town ö-l n, 1JC r.ercs," j four miles north -catt of Plymouth piod mill a and haw-mill thirty acres improved building to be sold very cheap. Tlie s h of iiw q of see 14, town 32 ti, of ran? 3 e close by Tippecanoe Town good land and good timber unimproved to be had on easj terms. Lot No. fi in Wheeler's ad lition to the town Plymouth line dwelling and good nut houi s. North 3t of Lt No. 37 in Plymouth, now knowi as "Haid in House" a desirable location.' Lot No.9l in Plymouth good dwelling ho us' Piirt of Lots 73 and 74, Plymouth dwelling 3440 feet for ia!e or rent. Lot No 40, Plymouth good dwelling and two story business houe, on one of thetet comers in town to he had at a bargain. Persons desirous of purchasing in this ticinity willdo welltogive us a call. REEVE & CAPROS. Deecirbrr Stl 2tf Plymouth, Ind Insurance Etc. Insurance Agency. By State Authority. INVKKASK OF CASH CAPITAL. INS URAN CE OMPANY HARTFORD, CONN. DEVOTED T V r Insurance Mlvriitsirch. CCH A A TER rERPETFAL.) CASH CAPITAL, S 100.000 00. S. L. LOOM IS, President. H. KELLOOC, Stcruaiv. Agents in the principal cities & towns t.i the T'nion 3jLsses promptly paid. Applications receiv ed, ami Polit ics issued and renewed b C. IL REFVK. Agent. Plymouth, Aug. 11, lr-M. 1 0: A NY DILL rOI Dry r(rfii I LOWEST PRICE, am rOR POPLAR I 1'MHEK I am pr?a.red to till at the and ot tb LEST UFA I. IT Y ; also, SMNGI.FS on hand eoi stsntlv. marl58tf ll.'MKKCT.. II. II. DICKINSON k r o. are replied f fill order 6u nhort notice for n tb'iiit in their 1 in hjQ3 23