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NEW FALL GOODS!
AT THE High Wages for Labor Don't work hard aud then buy things at high pri es, when you can get twice as much for your money. I want Urge quantities of For tanDing. 3E3E I ID I want all the there in the country to be had. When you batt got either to sell, bring them to the store o A- C- STALEY !n Plymouth and I will give you a better price and Moro G-ooc3j3 Than anv other man can or dare do for the same amount of BARK, HIDES, or any other kind of P JR. O JD WC E Come and see me. Hearing is believing, and seeing is knowing. That's a Turkish proverb, and if you cume to nee me and "hear" my prices for goods, you will 'believe an I 'know' that I can do better by you than any man in Plymouth. I have en hand a good stock of Dry Goods, GROCERIES AND NOTIONS. STA PLE AND FANCY GOODS Of all kinds suited to the market, lam a plain lookin?, honest talking and fair dealing man, mean Just what I say do just as I agree and shall suc ceed in beneStin" you ii you will Ut me. Tha ol 1 and wel kno n Tanner S. S. STALEY, Will turn your hides into leather at the shortest notice and intha best manneo, and haveing a' Horn Market, we can pay more than those who buy cheap Call on 2tf A. C.STALEY Irrepressible Conflict BETEEN LIGHT AND DARKNESS. Trinrcpb of COAL OIL LIGHT OVER ALL OTHER LIGHTS. C.st o flight cne half less than from anything els.. A fresh received supply of Lamps, oil. etc., just PERSUING Co I-IARTFOKD f irt Jnsurancf Compt), or HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT. CAPITAL, $500.000; surplus 29,42 2; as U January 1, 19, 79,632 23. Incorpo rated 1&10. II Hc-hngton, President; T C Al Ivn, Secretary; D Alexander, General agent for the West, Columbu, Ohio. Policies issued by HORACE CORBIN, Agent, .3-10lv rivmouth, lud. M . - . t 1 X . C nave just reeeiveu a complete asonmeni oi i Plated Table Spoons, 'lated Tea Spoons Plated Dessert Spoona Silver plated forks. Also GILCHRIST'S CLEBRATED AMERICAN RAZORS andSTROrS. C5 Old XOXXS o! all size and and warranted carets tine, all of which wil. be sold on reasonable terms. ADOLPH 31 VERS. May3Ll?60 l5tf HUMBOLDT FIRE ISIIRCE. CO. No. 10, WALL Sr., NEW YORK. CASH CAPITAL $200,000 MANHATTAN FIRE INS. COMP. I No. Cff. WALL St., NEW YORK. CAPITAL, $'250,000 SURPLUS, $150,000 The above companies are well established and fivorably known a rlKbt ULiAM? insurance Companies, and will promptlj adjust all losses. ETFor Insurance on buildings, furniture, or Merchandize, apt ly to J. G.OSBORNE. Airi nt. nov 3-1 2yl. Plymouth, lud i EYE AND EAR. tscysr' DR. F. A. CA DWELL, the eminent an skill full Operator on the Ee and Ear, who by hia great success has attained hih reputation, by removingditlicult and dangerous diseases of these delicate organs that have hitherto buRled all skill to reach, has taken up his residence permanently in Chicago, and has published the fifth edition of his TREATIES ON HIE EYE AND EAR. Thi.s work contains nearly .'KM) page?, embracing very variety of die.se which the Eye and Ear arc pubject to illutnre throughout with numerous en inerous engraving?. During the last year. Dr. Cad well's residence has been in Chicago and from the hundreds that have pa.t-d throug iir iinu hi has been furnished with ample muten ale r. on. vincing the public that success iu nis prat. tu teen established beyond dispute. Certi ficaver- r -ceived.and cases reported in I:is treati. s, fr,n respectable parties, who U?tify in the strongest tc-nin their high ?enc of gratitude for the cures trhTttctcd, added to which may be read the nameso nunicrou distinguished individual as references, amounting to several hundred, are evidences suf ficient to satisfy the most skeptical and incredu lous, who regard their sight and hearing as indis jensable to comfort and happiness. Sereral portraits of persons l.o hav success fully submitted to dangerou and dillicult opera tions on the eye, will also be seen, and discrip lions read withfomc interest, in thU Treaties. This work can be had gratis on application at the office of any paper containing this advertise ment, or ifwill be forwarded by mail by enclosing ntm ecto pay postage on it. 3m 10 Biickcvc Livery Stables! N. B. iV J. M. KÜNGER Proprietors TLYMOUTII, INI). The proprietors having erected Larc Ac Convenient .Stahle Near the Ed ward House, with an entire nev ptoek of Horses, Buggies, Carriages lc, are now j r pared to accommodate those who wish LIVIvRY TEAMS- Persons reaching this place on any of the Rail road Trains, and desiring to go by Carriage Cou Yyance, cau be accommodated with or without i driver. Having purveyed in this County, we are well ac quainted with all th Lands, Routes, Distancef , kc. N.B.t J.M.K, nor. 17-I4tf RA OS, Dees wax, old Britana, Copper, Rrasn, rewter,Tast Iron, and some money Liken in exchange for hardware at II. B. DICKSON &Co.. A LL kind of I'anev Hanlware at It. n.eiCKSO.V A : Oo.V 'HONEST CORNER' STILL THE CENTER OF ATTRACTION. NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED! Having survived the flames of March a year creditors collected a portion of my debts, I am "happy to announce to my numer- - i i - .L . 1 1 ... V wl . ous menus anu customers mitt uaic uu uuuuu a general assortment of HD Consisting of almon every article uscithat line in the west. Of all kinds to suit all classes of people. I am not going to make a blow, not going to tsll you that I will bulimy goods for XOTAING. But that I will sell them as cheap as I can afford to An experience of mvr than twelve yeart in the Mercantile Business Convinces rae that EQUAL AND EXACT JUSTICE TO ALL lithe motto which should govern both buyer and sedier. Give me a call, friends, examine my Stock of Groceries, BOOTS AXD SHOES, HATS AXD CAPS, fec, ifcc, kc, tc. And if you don't want to buy it will notcost you anything J. BROWNLEE. BY THE WAY I haTe a large amount on beok and notes, for goods sold long ago. I need the money just now as I have some heavy payments to mike in a short time. Those who know themselves indebted could not do me ft greater favor thun topay OW rivmouth, October 21. J. B 1C E Rt HERE. NEW TIN SHOP At the sign of Where you can buy at cheapest rates all kinds o TD COPPER & SHEET IRON FARE. TAKE NOTICE, I do my work myself and warrant it pood or no sale. Jobing and Reparing done in the beat of style and durability, according to order and without delay. Kee; in mind, being ray own manufactor I will not be un dersold. Remember the self straining milk back et, by which the cow cannot pet her foot in the milk and no milk lost should the bucket be thrown over or kicked over by the cow. Call and see it any way. Cast iron, copper, pewter, rags, and pro duce taken in exchag for tinware and repairing at cn prices. R.C.BAXTER. PI) mouth, Ind., May 10, i860. TIN, COPPER, BRASS k SHEET-IRON WARE. that yon may not be detained In town nnnetessa rily. I keep on hand (and am the onl7 one author zed to sell the same,) the self-Straining Milk Bucket one of the most important and valuable Improve ments of the times. The arrangement of this Bucket is so plain and simple that it cannot fail please those who would save both BRANCH AT PLYMOUTH, LD. F! s nnr.iv pa i n anr.v rBM I .lAöl hKi rjACll ANE, Uratts ou u.ncin 1 A nati and Chicago, (lold and Silver, Uncur rent Money and Land Warrants BOUGHT AND SOLD. IT Deposits Received and Money Loaned. TTExchange on Europe bought and sold. O Attention given to Collections, and General Banking Business Transacted June 23, lf58. 31 Hartford Fire Insurance Co. January 1, 1SGO. ASSETS . Cash on hand & in bank $3,333 11 Cash in hands of Agents and in course of trans mission 62,030 83 Cash loaned on call .... 30.000 00 $131,029 00 Billi receivable for loans; amply se cured 70,223 59 Real estate unincumbered, (cash value) 2103 Shares bank stock in Hartford Market value 2000 Shares bank stock in New York Masket value JJCD Shares bank stock in Boston Market value 400 jdiares bat k stock in St. Louis 15,000 00 200,352 00 200,225 00 107,505 00 40,300 00 1G.750 00 36,500 00 5C,C25 00 2,140 00 I ket value 240 jdia'cs biink, Railroad and other S ' uck, market value Hartford city bonds.C per cents mark et value State stock, 'Tennessee, Ohio, Mich igan, Missouri,) 6 per cents.mark et value 20 Shires state bank Wisconsin Marked value Total Assets Total Liabiiitie.1 $930,709 00 00,930 00 OrricK of Acditor or State, Indiana,) Indianapolis, Feb. 13, 100. J To the People of Indiana: The Hartford Fire Insurance Company having complied with the law of Indiana, by tiling in this Otlice a Statement of its Condition on the first day of January, 1800 and having invited an examination of it atfairs by this Department, I, John W.Dodd. Auditor of the State ofli.diana, hereby certify that I have made a personal and thorough examination of the books and assets of the Company, at their Oüice in the Citj of Hartford, Conn., and the Company own and have in their possession in cash, and b secu rities convertible at pleasure, nearly One Million of Dollar., applicable to the payment of losses an amount corresponding with their official state ment of January last.The-e Hartford Fire In lurance Company has been in existence for half a century. The high character of its officers for experience and probity the-promptness and fidel ity with which it has met all iu engagements justly entitles it to the highest rank among the Insurance Companie of the country, ami com mends it to the patronage of the people of Indiana. JOHN W. WOOD,.ltvrfitoroSe. Insurance against loss or damage by Fire on Dwellings, Furnitures, Stores, Warehouses, Mer chandise, Mills, Manufactories and other kinds of property, can be effected in the company, upon aä favorable terms as the nature of the risk and se curity of policy holders wili admit. Particular attention given to insuring Farm prop erty, consistingof Dwellings, Barns, and out build ings connected, and Furniture, Live Stock, Ha Grain, Farming utensils, kc, contained therci for a terms of years at Low rates of premium. Applications for Insurance may be made to the- --miod, the duly authorized Agent of the Company. II. CORBIN, in IMAM TVON'T foT&t to c 1 1 " b'".Tf TOM call on II. B. DICRijON HASLANGER & BROTHERS. MANUFACTURERS OF WAGONS, CARRIAGES, &C, WASI1IXGT0X STREET, (tfiST OF THE XWAM XOVSB,) PLYMOUTH, IND, f riHE above firm having completed their large I establishment for the manufacture of all kinds of vehicles, they take this opportunity to in form the citizens of Marshall and adjoining coun ties that they are now ready to execute all orders in their business, with which they mav be favored, from a Wheelbarrow to the finest Carriage that runs, on the most reasonable terms and in the best style of their business. They are prepared to do Painti art AND TRIMMING of everr kind. HEIPAIIHLINGr of all kinds done on short notice and at terms to suit the times. In connection with the above biuincss they carry en BLACKSMITHING, In all its branches, Manufacturing and Repairing are particularly invited to call and try them, as they are determined and are so situated that they n do work cheap, and will make it to the interest of all to give them a call. Having located in Plymouth and made EXTENSIYEMANGGiMENTS lor carrying on their business, they hope to receive calls from this community, when thev think all will be convinced of their facilities, thair superior ity of their work, and that their price are very reasonable. Plymouth, March Q9, 100. INEVITABLE ! ! ! Highly Important from Europe!! The Emperor of France at the head of a half million of soldiers. The Empress proclaimed Regent (luring the Emperor's Absence! BUT in the event of all these strange facta do not fail to remember the HARDWARE STORE No. 1, Westervelt's Block, PLYMOUTH, ... - IND. Now propelled by BUCK & TOAN, Successors to L. Crane k Co., who are selling all kinds of goods usually found in a Hardware Store consisting in part of Cook, Parlor s Plate Stoves Coppor, Slicot-: Evotrouglis, ju.ooj3.amos7 Agricultural Implements' Saddlery and Coach HARDWARE, OuLtloxy, licaclf efc3 o-, c3o cfco . Together with a host of other things too numerous to put in type We would state to the good people of Northern Indiana, who purchase their Hardwar tn Plymouth, they will always find us in readiness o iihow them our goods, and in all eases will find them as represented. We do not advertise to sell at cost, but will sell at a fair advance on manufac turers prices, and as cheap as the cheapest, for Our TIN SHOP is in good running order, and we would solicit any work you may want done in that line, at low rrices, and with despatch. We have recently taken up our abode with vou, and intend to make it our home. Would a.k all who are in want of any goods in our line, to give us a call before purchasing, and we trust, by giving strict attention to your wants and by giving jou good poods, to merit a share of your patronage. Don't fail to give us a call. Remember the place, one door louth of Westervclt's Dry (ioods Store. c. c. bcck,) Your?, Verv Respectfully, C. E. TOAN.j BUCK & TÖAN. June 227 Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne & Chicago RAIL ROAD. NOW COMPLETED, AND CARS RUN from Chicago to Pittsburgh without change connecting with the Great Pennsylvania Central Railroad To New York, Th iade phia, Baltimore and Wash ington City, and all the interior towns of Pennsyl vania, New Jtrsey, New York Maryland kc. Merchants by taking this route "will have the benefit of all the eastern markets at no addition al cost. Baggage checked through. Connecting at Crestline with Cleveland and Like Shore Railroad to Dunkirk, Buffalo, Niagara Falls, New York and Boston, and all the interior towns of New England via New York Central and and New York and Eric Railroads. Also South to Columbus, Zanesville, New Ark, Mount Ver non, Stubenville, Wheeling, and interior towns of Ohio and Virginia. The above trains connect at Forrest with trains on Mad River Road to Springfield, Urbana, Day ton, and Cincinnati. Also with trains at Lima for Dayton and Cincirnati direct. FARE AS LOW AS ANYOTHER ROUTE Passengers bound east will find this route both pleasant and agreeable, passing through many of he largest and finest cities in the United States toeping cars acconipaning each train "MIE increas of business has convinced H. B. DICKSON & CO, That they must buy larger stocks and consequent ly they have just returned from the east where they parchased the Xixsro-t Azxca. 33 est Selected stock of Ever in this markt. Also S "IP O 7" 3ES SS Of the BEST O XJ A I. I T Y and The great increase of our business is good evi dence that we are offeri.-g inducements. I! B. DICKSON J. C. LKONARD. NLY fiAy cents lor one of Car- beauti fully col ored Ferrotypes on enameled iron or col ored glass pictures. 0"For cheap fancy cases fiilled with beautifully colored pictures go to Car butt's Gallery over Tershing k Co.'s Dru; Store, you will get them better and cheaper than at any Gallery in the west. ILTCheap family Groups at tOXX"k1X"t"t,G Cosmophtan photo graphic Art Gallery. B DICKSON k Co. want thtir books settled by rash or note. I am opening at the new store room formerly occupied by Packard and Thayer, a very large and recently purchased stock of DRV GOODS. From New York and Philadelphia. My stock was purchased at prices that will enable me to give bargains of a rare kind to all who may call on me. My stock consists of STAPLE AND FANCY DRY GOODS My assortment of JLatlies Dvcss Gooil Is very large, oonsisting of BLACK, BROCADE AXD FAXCY BRAIZES ETC. DeLains, Paul de Chavers, Challies an extensive stock of all kinds of Dress Goods of the latest Stvle and Patents. Also a large assortment of Black Silk and Stull a SILK CAPES, BAIZES, LINEN DUSTERS. Bonnets Flats, Ribbons, Ruches, etc. Embroidery, Collars, Underslecve, Brilliants, Nansook's, Victoria Lawns, Swisses, Mulls etc. Gloves, Hosiery and Mitts, Mualina, Sheeting, Ticking, Denims, Calicos, etc., which cau be sold cheaper than ever before offered in this vicinity. Good Prints for 6 1-4 and better for 11 cents, good heavy brown and bleached muslins, fratn 6 11 to ID cents per yard. Men and Boys "Ware. A largo stock of black and facv cassinnres, Bilk n-.HTseilles stingj cotton and linen goo is. SHOES! SHOES!! SHOES!!! A very complete stock comprising every variety Good heel gaiteta for 1 25 and others in propor tion. GROCERIES. I have the largest stock ever brought to this place. I can sell good 75 cent tea for 50 cents good brown sugar for 7Q8 cents per pound QUEENS-WARE $ GLASS WARE At wholesale and retail All are invited to call and eiamins our stock be fore miking purchases elsewhere D M'WIM.IAMS 3 rfc? (2 S54LO OO Pavs for a full course in the IRON CITY COLLEGE. The largest, most extensively patronized and bes organized Commercial School in the United States Four Large Halls, For Writing, Commercial Calculations, Book Keeping and Lectures. Usual time to complete a full course, from 6 to 10 week 8 ZEvox-y t udont, Upon graduating, is gurantced to be competent io manage the Books OF ANY BUSINESS, And qualified to earn a salary of from $500 To $1,000. Students enter at any time ?so Vacation He view at pleasure. 1ST PREMIUMS BEST If IZ I T J .V a Awarded this Institution. The Best and greatest variety of PENMANSHIP In any one Hall iu the Union, is found here. Ministers' Sons received at half price. JjFor full information, Circular, Specimens of Business and Ornamental Writing and Embellished view of the College, inclose five letter stamps to F. W.EXKIXS. Pittsburgh, Pa. pept 1 4yl. LOCATED AT Chicapo, New York, Phildelpl.ia. Albany, Buffalo, Cleveland Detroit and fc5 1. Louis. Scholarship good through the entire chain of eight Colleges. CONSOLIDATION "of Bryant & Stratton's Mercantile College," and "Bell's Commercial Col lege," now conducted as one institution which is the recipient of au extraordinary and unprecedent ed patronage. Larmon Hlock, corner Clark and Washington streets, Chicago. U. B. BRYANT I). V. BEI.I H. D. STRATT0N Principals and Proprietors By this consolidation the collegiate courseof this Institution is greatly enlarged and with the im provements which the business experience of the Principals enables them constantly to introduce foi the benefit of their students, it is made greatly su perior in all respects. First Premiums Awarded to this College At the late United States Fair in Chicago, for Best Penmanship and for Hist H-jokeeeping. Departments of Bookkeeping and Accounts. Organized and conducted upon the Counting Room svstem, the halls of tudv beiug fitted up with ap propriate counters, desks, etc., as in Real Dim ness, and the student at once introduced to the practical workings and routine of business as con ducted iu Banks, Counting Rooms, Railroad offi ces, etc. COMMERCIAL LAW. By special arrangement with the Law School of he University of Chicago, the sessions of which are held in our College rooms, our students are privileged to attend all the lectures in this depart ment, and to receive instruction iu this important branch of the course, from the able, accompli.-hed and learned Professors of that school ; and it atFords us much gratification to be enabled to offer them these extraordinarv and sujierior advantages. "SPENC E I A N " PEN MANSHIP This famous system the best known to the world, is our standard. ILTCircular and Catalogue of 80 pages furnished gratuitously on application to the undersigned. BRYANT, BLLL & STRATTON nov 101351. LIVE AND LET LIVE. JD. JF. 111 R Tlli .V, HAVING purchased the enti-e tock d trade in the Harness busiuess of JoseV Evans, is now ready to furnish every farmer tn Marshall and surounding counties with SADDLES, BRIDLES, HARNESS, COLLAEI, WHIPS, AND WHIP LASHES, ofeverv stvle and variety. HU leather Is manu factured east and is of the best quality. All thoea wanting anything in his line, will find it to their interest to give him a call before purchasing else where, as he intends to sell as Cheap as the Cheapest, He will sell for 1. o et cL y 3P ev y I and small profits. II ii motto Is "live and let live.' REPAIRING done on SHORT NOTIC Terms reasonable. Give him a call on and all Shop three doors north of J. Brewnlee's Store, where he will be found at all working hours. D. F. HARTMAN, riymouth, April 2Gth, 1FC0. SOTT POTATOE PLANTS. r WILL have for sale after the 20th of Mav from 25,000 to 30,000 Early Nanseroond Sweet Potatoe Plants, the very best varietv to cultivate in this climate. Pi ice per hundred ii oents. Also OUR Tin Shop is propelled by workmen who are uot surpassed for neatness and durability t workmanship. We can get up work on the shortest notic, as we keep three accomplished workmen constantly emplovnd. A. . DICKSON kCo. I LS, Pains. aud all kinds of building matr?il ii. n. rucho x i o f7T) (73) ,ra LATEST TELEGRAM. BALTIMORE CONVENTION. SEN. DOUGLAS NOMINATED! I BEG LEAVE to notify the citizens of Mr hall, Stark and Fulton countiei, tLat I Lt just received a new supply of GROCERIES, Consisting of Sugar. CoffWe, lea, Tob, coo , and Syrups. In f hoi t a general nt&u rttnem ef goods "usually kept in his I'ne. Also Sweet Potatoe Plants carefully selected by my. self of the choicest variety of northern reeds. All orcers fer plants will be promptly filled with great care, at $2,50 per thousand. I am also In the business and keep constantly on hand t'. di vege tables which caL be had at all times. Ii ou want to buy good and fresh groceries at unusually low prices, call ai J. L. Woodward's Store, North side, Laporte St., West of Michigan Stiee. All kinds of produce will be taken in excl.uige for groceries. II. L. WOOD W A ARD. N B Goods will be delivered to customers in town 16tf DISEASE VANQUISHED -BV- Dr. Rohack's Scandinavian Eemedie AFTER YEARS OF STUDY AND EX . periment.Dr. Roback,the eminent Swedish Plnsician, succeeded in produding a medicine from twenty-three different species of mountain herbs ol his native land, whieh acts directly on the cause of disease in the blood, and by restoring the cor rupted fountain of life.to a condition of health and purity, expels disease from the system, wherever it may be located, or whatever may be its character Indigestion, nervous complaints', epileptic and oth er fits, coughs, consumption in its early stages, core throat, bronchitis, fever and ague, asthma, low spirits, sexual incapacity,fcminine weakness, prick ing of the skin, symptomatic of faralysin, rheuma tism, neuralgia, tumor, cancer, diabetes, lassitude and debility, oMarrhea, and all otlier disorders of the organs of respiration, the liver, the kidneys, the stomach, the nerves, or the muscular fibre, are unerringly cured by this preparation. It is to the matkbiks Mord! or seeds of disease what an alkali is to an acid: it neutralizes them with absolute cer tainty, while at the same time it regulates the se cretions, removes obstructions from the bowels, ore atcs appetite, renews bodily vigor, and regenerates every animal function. Such is the nature, uch are the effect of Dr. R ob.uk 's famous Scandina vian Blood Purifier, which, if taken in conjunction with his Scandinavian Blood Pills, will not only ob literate the most painful disease, but precnt their recurrence, and lengthen life beyond the ordinary ppan. In the "Scandinavian Blood Pills," Dr. Roback presents the result of twenty years cf experienc e, hard study and experiment as to what a perfect pill should be. No one can doubt their euperiortv af ter one single trial. Price of the Scandina"iau Blood Purifier, $.1 per bottle, or $3 jer halt'-doreu; Scandinavian Blood Pill, 25 cents per box, or five for$l Fewt, Miuma Co., Ind., Aue. 4, Da. C. W. Koback: I have received to much benefit from your Scandinavian Blood Purifier and BUolPill, that I have thought it my duty, and it is ho less my inclination, to give you a plain s tats ment of my case. I wa3 for years afflicted with that bane of all comfort and efficiency in business, drp pepoia. To iccnjritul.iie II tLo o-C.lllcd remedicfi which I have used to rid mvself of this disease, would indeed make a melancholy catalogue. 1 al so consulted with the best physicians I could hear of. I was induced to try your remedies through the persuasions of a friend, and after uing them a few days was greatly benefitted, and in a short time, less than a month, 1 was entirely end permanently cured. I was also afflicted with the most violent nervous headache, wnich I suppose was produced by my disordered stomach, for when my dyspepsia left me, my headache left with it. I now feci bt ter in everv respect than I have for ten vears. Very t.uly yours, JOHN S DEMUTIl Cincinnati, Friday, Sept. 4, 157. Da. Roback Dear Sir: Having been afflicted with neuralgia or rheumatism for the past year and a half, and having seen your medicine, called the Scandinavian Blood Purifier, highly recommended by gentlemen with whom I am acquainted, I was induced to try it, but not before I had used various other medicines. After using two bottles, 1 felt its effects very sensibly, and upon using two more, I found myself perfectly cured. You will allow me. therefore, to congratulate you upon making a dis covery in medicine which in proving itself to be worker of such wonders in the diseases of the hu man family. GEOROE S. BENNETT, Local Editor Cincinnati Daily Enquirer Inm WAroLi, Wednesday, Sept. 2, 157. Dr. C W. Roback Dear Sir: Having beca troubled for several year wifh extreme debilitv and weakness, so much so that I was unable to at tend to my ordinary business at times, and having heard of the wonderful cures that your Scandina vian Blood Purifier and Pills were effecting, I was induced by a friend to try them. I have been using the Purifier for the lattwelv months, and find the medicine fully equal to its recommendations. So valuable is its use to me that I cannot now dispense with the use of it at my ad vanced ape of life seventy -evrn yeart. I cheerful! r give this information for the benefit of those similarly affected. MORRIS MORRIS. The alwvc certificates, and many others, can b seen at my office, by any one at any time. Get en of my Family MtdicalA snanacs'giatis.from ny agents. Manufactory, Sales-Rooms and Office, No. B Fourth street, .'id building from Main etreet.Ciu cinnati, O. For sale by PLAIN A; Co., Plymouth; T. A. Lemon, J. Kessler, Tippecanoe Town; Robert Cornwal Bourbon; Ransom Manchester, Lycurgus;nd by drugg merchant generally. marS411?-v. r, o u ii b o x STEAM FLOURING MILLS. HHIIKSE MILLS, THE BEST IN THU J County decidedly, are now in successful op eration, and are grinding Wheat and Corn foru toniers at the usual rates. The proprietors have spaied no pains or expense in fitting up these Mills, and think they can assurs the public that they will be able to render satisfac tion in all cases. They respectfully solicit a por tion of the eustom of the people of Marshall. Flour and Meal will at all times be exchanged or Wheat and Corn, whenever persons trav d tire it JACKSON k BOLEV. Bourbon, Feb 3, 18G0-3tf. io.ooo acuks or lvn ITOR SALE. I am authorized to sell ten thou- sand acres of land, situate in tint county of Stärk, State of 1 udiana, all of w Inch are among the choice laid of the county. Also two improved farms which are in a desi rable location, and a hotel in the town of Knox. Indiana Purchasers ill be furnished with an assistant,, who is a surveyor ,to aid in finding boundaries and examination of the premises For terms apply to R II Bender, or lo the un dersigned JOHN S FENDER, Self cted and put up by myself near lndla&pelii last October, which I will warrant to grow, aad H be pure seed of the very best variety in cultivation in that vicinity. Prkc per pound 25 cent. Or dees for plants will be filled at Richard Corbaley'a b mils South of Plymouth on the Michigan Road, or at J. Browlee's'Store in Plymouth The sn seed is now for ssle at tbe above namvd rWt, and at the store of J. L. Woodimrd. Orden so Hoitcd. S B CORP LET. Mv I. I611 SLQQD II 1 Ai 1011 ISO