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Is Almost Here, and
Santa- Claus !
Has made a stop with us
Us with the nicest lot of
In Town, and we
cheap for cash,
we can, therefore,
sell them at very
low figures. Call
in and see.
tA large lot of Genuine Ftisley
Shawls jüst received. We bought
them of a bankrupt stock at low prices.
Thursday, Decemcer 19th, 187S.
WmI'i Liver PUla cur Lira Complaint.
O. Bladj & Co. 11 Young'a Cough
Syrup at only 25 cents.
Kooxtz' headquarter for Oysters,
Bread, Pies, Cakes and everything In
the pastry line, fresh und cf the beat
SEW 31 EAT MARKET.
BAUN HILL TIBER,
Have opened up a neat and commo
dious meat market in connection with
their Grocery and Feed 8 tore, and ar
now prepared to furnish Fresh Meats
in nice styl and at reasonable prices,
well as all other kinds of provis
ions, groceries and feed. No. 9 La
)orte street, Plymouth.
&t t3 IUnxnixi. & Tabkb.
- Ladies, you must see nice goods at
X.ittle Mack's to appreciate his efforts
in bringing to Plymouth the finest
line of Holiday Gootfa ever seen here.
Confectioneries and canned goods,
alsj all the sweet meats that can be
desired, at Fred Koontx.
E. A. Yocso's Cough Syrup for
Croup, 25 cents, at L. Tanner's and
O. Blain & Co's.
Boots & Shoes a! any price at Lit
L. Taxxks sells E. A. Young's
Cough Syrup at 25 cents.
JoHSSTox's Sarsaparilla for the
blood, at O. Blain & Co's. and L.
LittlzMacx Is selling Dress Goods
and Domestics at Half Price.
WANTED At Once. Will pay a
salary to a good, live, energetic busi
ness man, with or without expert
nc, who can furnish horse and wag
on to manage a business in this
county for the American Sewing Ma
chine Co. Must furnish good refer
ence. Application to
Axx&xcax Szwraa Machikx Co.,
60t4 180 Superior St, Toledo, Ohio
Qcz&t: "Why will men smoke
common tobacco, when they can buy
Marburg Bros. 'Seal of Xorth Caroli
na at the same price?- 12- ly23-
Dr. G. W. Poyneer,
Of Fort Wayne, will be at the Robs
House, Plymouth, the 22d of each
month. Consultation free. 19-tf
Stop that Cough with E. A. Young's
Cough Syrup 25 cents.
No reasonable price for Clothing
refused at Little Mack's.
Best Evldeneeof its Worth.
The great popularity of Dr. Price's
Cream Baking Powder is the best
evidence of its worth. Whenever a
aweet. white biscuit i wanted, or a
light pot-pie, an elegant cake, or a
delicious Duddlncr. Dr. Price s Cream
Baking Powder should be used. It
is purity Itself.
Tar Johnston's Sarsaparilla and
Yellow Dock, only $1.00 per quart
Bucklf a'a Arnica Sähe.
Tha Best Salve In the world for
Cuts, Bruises, Sorei, Ulcers, Salt
Bheum, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chilblains, Corns, and all kinds of
flkln Emotions. This Salve is guar
anteed to give perfect satisfaction In
very case or money refunded. Price
35 cents per box.
tf L. Taxxeb. Plymouth Ind.
Thk Constitutional Catarrh Kerne
dy does something more than merely
repress or suspend the symptoms of
the disease reaching its constitu
tional causes, and renovating the vl
tai energy, which Is tha natural an
tagonlst of sickness and physical de
cay. Because when the animal pow
era and the capacity for mental ex
ertion are deadened for the time be
ing either by convivial Indulgence or
any other debilitating agenoy, it
speedily restores the equilibrium or
the system, and the ability to thick
CITY AND COUNT1.
- How do you like Tbk Plymouth
The city schools will close this
week for a two week's vacation, per
mitting the scholars to erjjoy the hol
idays. A valuable and welcome Christ
mas present to send to absent friends
would be a copy of the Plymouth Re
publican for 1879.
Christmaa will be celebrated at
the M. E. Church by a grand dinner
given at 1 o'clock, Wednesday, and
exercises by the Sunday school
Peter Becker and A. C. Holtzen
dorff have entered into a co-partnership
a3 tonsotial artists, and are at
the old stand, on corner of Michigan
and LaPorte streets.
Gen. Reub. Williams, of the
Northern Jndianian, has sent out the
annual prospectus of that paper
printed in colors. As a specimen of
nice work it is hard to beut.
Mr. Kyle, of the Ft. Wayne 7a
tette, made us a pleasant call yester
day, and we are glad to know that
the Gazette is prospering. It is a
first-class paper and deserves success.
The snow which fell last Friday
night, to the depth of four or five
iDches, on smooth, frozen roads has
made splendid sleighing, and every
body ought to have a merry Christ
mas. A party of twelve couple of young
folks took advantage of the good
sleigbing.last Tuesday night, and very
pleasantly surprised John O'Nell and
family, living about three miles north
of this city.
Mother James Beck has returned
from her visit among friends in the
vicinity of Plymouth, looking and
feeling unusually well for such an old
lady, having enjoyed a profitable and
pleasant visit. Goshen Times.
A neck tie social will be held at
the Good Templars' Hall next Thurs
day evening. Everybody Is cordially
Invited, and a good time guaranteed
to all. Oysters will be served In con
nection with other suitable refresh
Mrs. Dillon, whom Sheriff Actley
removed from the hospital for the In
sane, at Indianapolis, to her home in
Union township last week. Is, we un
derstand, Incurable, and In such a
condition that It will probably be im
possible for the family to take care
of her, and the county will probably
have to make some provisions for
keeping her in safety.
The barn of Charles Dillon, about
eight miles east of Plymouth, was de
stroyed by fire last Sunday night.
Five horses, four cows, five hundred
bushels of wheat, some other grain, a
quantity of hay, a new wagon, reaper
and mower and other agricultural Im
plements were burned with the barn.
Loss estimated at $2 500. The fire Is
believed to have been the work of an
Charles Cook, who has been a
resident of Marshall county about as
long as any other living man. pays his
debts.vote s the Republican ticket,!! ves
comfortably, seems always happy,
looks ten years younger than he real
ly is came In a few days ago, talked
overold times In Marshall a few min
utes, paid for. the Inter-Ocean a year
and the Republican away Into 1880,
and walked out as Independently as
when he was almost the only white
man In the county.
The following services will be
held at St. Thomaa's Church: Christ
mas Eve. 6:30 p. m., children's ser
vice and Xtmas Tree. Midnight
services, (wholly choral) and address.
Christmas dsy morning prayer,
sermon and Holy Communion, 10:30.
The decorating of St. Thomas's
church for Christmas, will begin on
Friday. The church will be open
each day from 10 o'clock on. All
members are requested to come aud
help as much as their duties will per
Lime City News is the name of a
new Greekback paper started at
Huntington, Indiana, by W. T. Cut
shall, the first number of which is on
our table. The paper looks well
enough, and Mr. Cuteball has the
ability to make a good local paper;
and if we did not have evidence to
the contrary, we should suppose that
he knew enough to know that the at
tempt to publish the News in a town
no larger than Huntington, where two
good county papers already exist,
could end only in a failure.
The Greenback Herald has ex
hibited signs of life again this week.
P. Corcoran was sent here, we under
stand, by "Brick" Pomeroy, for the
purpose of reviving the Herald and
reorganizing the party in Marshall
county. After negotiating a day or
two with the proprietors, he found
Plymouth beer too strong for him,
and the proper authorities furni3hed
him with lodging Tuesday night at
Astley'a hotel. The Harald has al
ways been a sensational sheet, and
we suppose the fellow could not
Dr. S. W. Gould, Rev. S. McNee
ly. J. D. Gordon, M. E. Richards, Mr.
Wiser, R. Williams. Charles Helndel,
and James Kllpatrick, of Argos, 8en
eca Prlmley, of Walnut, W. Slayter.
of Monterey, J. Yankirk aud Will
Moroe, of West, Wm. Nleswanger, of
Wolf Creek, Peter Becker, James
Yarner and M. W. Simons, of Plym
outb, Fernando Cox and G. W. Marsh,
of Center, and .others, all first-class
men, have called and given us sub
stantial encouragement . this week.
The Bcpupucax wishes them all a
merry Christmas and a happy New
Year, and many long years of life to
help make this country what it ought
Look out for Santa Clause at
Look out for "Santa Clause" at I
Pro w frwt 9m I
S. G. Hall, one of the most sub
stantial farmers of Walnut township,
called on us yesterday.' He has taken
the Republican for fourteen years
and always paid in advance. His pa
per is cow paid for UDtil March, 1880.
Wm. Erwin, of Bourbon, was in
Plymouth Tuesday, ne called at our
office and paid two years' subscrip
tion. Mr. Erwin is one of the old
standbys of the paper, the party, and,
we might say, of the county, for such
men make a county worth something.
The thief that went through Hon.
John S. Bender's bouse was captured
at Bourbon, last week. Sheriff Ast
ley brought him up to Plymouth, and
he is now in "durance vile," He gives
his name as John Henry. The cloth
ing and most of the Jewelry taken
was recovered. About $75.00 worth
was taken and about 50.00 worth re
covered. We stop the press to mak room
for the following dispatch:
New Yoke, Dec. 20th, 1878.
Editor Plymouth Republican: I
will be in Plymouth about the 21th of
Deo., with a present for the dutiful
husband, the lovely wife, and obedi
ent children, and will make my head
quarters at Crawford's. No. 12 La
Unequaled in effectiveness, unap
proached in cheapness, and unrival
led in popularity is Dr. Bull's Cough
Syrup. 25 cts. per bottle.
There will be a children's Christmas
party, for the Presbyterian Sabbath
school, given in the Opera House
Christmas Eve, Dec. 24th. Besides
the supper for the children, there will
be tableaux. Sauta Claus and music.
An admission fee of ten cents will be
charged all not members of the
school. The publiu are cordially in
vited. "My Mother In Iaw Is a wnlklng
advertisement for Dr Bull's Baby
Syrup," a subscriber remarked yes
trrday; "the recommeuds it every
where." Peteb Beckeb Ton9orial Artist,
can now be found by his friends at
the shop of A. C. Hoitzendorff, in
basement, corner of Michigan and
The finest Oysters In Plymouth
are sold at the Bakery on LaPorte
street. Gd and try a dun and you
will be convinced, also take a can
home. They beat all others. 19ti
Christmas Candies, Sweetmeats
and everything that can please the
little folks, at Fred. Coontz' Bakery,
on Michigan street
The great run for bargains still
continues at little Mack's.
Call and see the Decoration of the
new meat market on Christmas eve,
at Barnhlll & Taber't. No 9 LaPorte
The boys at the Bakery on La
Porte street, don't complain of hard
times, because tbey'do a fair busioess
and are well patronized. Oh, my,
what a meal they give for 25 cts. 19i2
Gexts Silk Mufflers new nobby
and nice, and the only place where an
assortment is kept is at Little Mackls.
For fashionable hair cutting, go to
Peter Becker aud A. C. Hoitzendorff.
The undersigned wUbes to buy fifty
heavy Draft Horses and a few driving
horses. I will be at Plymouth, Tues
days; Bourbon, Wednesdays; War
saw, Thursdays, of each week during
January. 1879. Farmers having above
kind of stock to dispose of will do
well to bring them la early, as I will
stay but one month.
6w tu Jan 23 II. B. Aldrich.
It Is the fashion for everybody that
wants nice work in the tonsorlal line
to go tu Jubu Mueller, the boss bar
ber. ' . .
LADIES' LOOK HERE !
MRS. D1RC0K & CLUTE
Sell nice trimmed hats for $1.50, and
the finest for 12.50. Nubias 40 cents,
Fansclnators 30 cents, Children's
Stockings 10 and 15 cents, Silk Hand
kerchiefs 25 cents, Hemmed stitched
Linen Handkerchiefs 20 cents, Ladies'
and Children's Underwear cheaper
than the cheapest. Everything else
in our line at bottom prices. (Finest
establishment In Plymouth. Don't
Mbs. BADCOCK & CLUTE.
If you want a clean shave, sham
poo, or your whiskers dyed without
injury to the skin, go to Becker &
Hoitzendorff, corner ot Michigan. and
Sevoteen or eighteen of us ate
Oysters at the Bakery on LaPorte
street. The best we ever eat. Yum,
yum, yum. 19t2.
Thk great Holiday display at Little
Mack's is magnificent no such a
display ot tine Ooods ever before
6een In Plymouth. The whole estab
lishment Is in Holiday Dress. Useful
and ornamental articles are on dis
play, and prices are attached to every
article. The ladles are especially la
vlted to call.
See them rush to the Bakery on
LaPorte street for Candies, Nuts. Or
aoges and Lemons, all fresh and
Extract irom the l'od.
Dr. Price's Vanilla Flavor is ex
tracted from tho Mexioan Vanilla
Pod. This popular flavor, as made
by Dr. Price, embodies the delicate
aroma of this agreeable fruit, free
from the strog, rank taste cf those
extracts sold as Vanilla, made from
the cheap Tonqu or 6nufT-bean.
I amglooklngaiound for some one
to ko with me to help me eat a meal
at the Bakery on LaPorte street. One
man cant eat all they give him.l9t2
nOUGHTOX & BRO. WILL SELL
C Us good Rio Coffee for 1 00
1 1 Its good Siifcnr for. 1 00
10 lbs good RaUins for 1 00
They hsve added lately a full and com
plete assortment to their stock of Queens-
ware, at prices that enables them to sell
cheaper than the same quality have been
sold for sixteen years.
You can save 20 per cent by buy
ing Candies at the Bakery on La
Porte street 19:2
Chaste and Delicate.
The most chaste and delicate per
fumes for the hankerchlef are Dr.
Price's Unique Perfumes, Pet Roee,
Allstla Bouquet Hyacinth, Sweet
Brier, or any c f hi3 odors. The ex
quisite delicaty of their fragrance
will delight all lovers of sweet scents.
Bejond a Question.
Dr. Price's Cream Baking Powder
ia free from all adulterants, hence
the purest and most economical. It
is beyond all question the best and
most perfect of anything In the mar
ket Dr. Price's Cream Baking Pow
der is not sold In bulk, It is put up in
cans, securely labeled. -
A Wonderful Discovery.
For the speedy cure of Consumption
and all diseases that laid to it, such as
stubborn Couulis, neglected Colds, Bron
chitis, Hay Fever, Asthma, pain In the
side and ehrst, dry hacking cough, ticl -ling
in the throat. Hoarseness, Soie
Thrust and all chronic or lingerine; d -senses
of the thrust and lungs. Dr. King'
New Discovery has no tquul and has es
tablished for itself a world wide repatn
lion Many leading physician recom
mend and use it in their practice. The
formula from which it is prepared U hih
ly recommended ly all medical journals.
The clergy and the press have complimen
ted it in the most glowing terms. Go to
your druggist and got a trial bottle for ten
ti-nts or a regular aim for 100. For
nl- by L. Tanner and also G. lJUiu & Co ,
In th'.aet'y, Thursday. Dec. 12, 1ST8, by Rev. A.
Ftilbt , Mr. Alptwus VY. Keller, of Loganeport, and
Miu Emily M. Stipfcy, of Plymouth.
On WrfiMtoday. Dec. ISth, 1ST, at the residence
of the bride's mother, by the Kev. J. J. Kaude, Mis
olive Armstrong, tu Mr. Oliver U. Soke.
'otlce of ApjHiIntmeut.
Kotice is hereby jjlven that the unfarflinicil has
b-rn appointed administrator of th t-Mate of
William S. 'loan, late or Marshall connty, Indiana,
deceased. Said entate it uppnixl to be aotvct.
dec 19 96 jaa 4 Administrator.
Elect lou Notice.
The i.nnu.il meeting of to'kholdra of the
Plymouth ltuildintt. Loan anal Savin; Ah
sociation will be um1 at the office of the se
retaiy.on Monday Evenin, at seven o'clock,
January 6th for tho election of nlue di
rectors, to serve forth ensa ng year, and
such other buiue as may come before the
deel M jJ CU AS. E. TO AN. He'y.
In the District Court of tho United States,
for the District of Iouitina.
In the matter of 1
Bernard E. Uyder, In Bankruptcy.
The umlerslrticd hereby gives notice of
hi appointment a assignee of Bernard K.
Ryd r. of the County cf Marshall, and State
of Indiana, within said district, who ha been
aJjuiiKcl a bankrupt upon hi own petition
by the Ditriot Court nid District.
DAVID II. WEXISEU. Assignee.
At Warsaw. Ind.. Dec. ltn. 197. 12 19 2
Produce Market Review
Corrected wctkly by
No. 9 LbPorto 8treet.
Wheat per bu
Corn rtr bu
Oats per bu. ,
Hogs, live per cwt
dressed per cwt. . .
Lard per S
Hutier per B
Onion, per bu i.
Potatoes, per bu
Apple, ßreen picked per bu.
turnm. per bu...
Ca'obue, per du
Chickens, per D
Turkhja. !ive per tt ...
HAS ESTAULISIIED HIS
Until After the Holidays, Where you will find the Largest Stock of
Ever seen ia the City of Plymouth.
TOYS FOR THE LITTLE FOLKS I
And other Beautiful Presents for the young;, A full line of everything:, useful as well
as beautiful, suitable for old and young, at the
Post-Offlce Book Store.
Eminent Chemists end Physicians certify that theao goods are
free from adulteration, rioher, more effective, produce better results
than any others, and that they use them in their own families.
LEMON SUGAR. A substitute for Lemons.
STEELE A PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST GEMS.
Th Best Dry llop Yut in iht World.
STEELE & PRICE, Llanfrs., Chicago, St Louis & Cincinnati.
Don't Forget It,
You w ill find the best assortment in
Of all Sorts of Nice Things from a Whis
tle to an Elephant, alio
And the CholceatCandies.
Don't forget tho place, One Door South of
the First National Bank. 51 3t
THE SEW I0BK SUS FOR 1S79.
Tub Scn will be printed every day daring the
year to come. It Is purpose and method wilt be tbe
atiie m in tbe pant: To present all the newt in a
rentable shape, and to tell the truth though tb
ThbSuh has been Is, and will continue to be in
dependent ot everybody am) everything ave the
Truth and Its own convictions of duty. That la the
only policy which an honest newspaper need hare.
That is the policy which haa won for this newspa
per the con! lence and friendship of a wider con
stituency than was ever enjoyed by any other
Tit Sea is the newspiper of tha people. It is
not :or the rich man against the poor man. or for
the poor man against the rich man. but it seeks to
do equal justice to all interests In the coiumuni y.
It i not the organ of any person, claa sect, or
party. There neod be no mystery about its loes
and bates. It is for the honeat mn against the
rogues everytioie. It is for the honest IV.mocrat
as against the dhhonei .Republican, an-t for the
honest Itepnhll'-an as aaiut the dishonest Demo
crat. It does not take us cue trom tue uUeraui t s
ut aitr politicluu or political oranizaliou. It ives
its Bupiiort uuretvervedly when wen or measure are
in acrevuirtit with the Constitution aud with tu
principles upon whirh this republic was founded
tor the people. Whenever Ihe Cou'titulion and
constitutional principle are violated -a in the out
raeous confpiracy of 131. by which a man not
U-ctci was placed iu Iii President's office, where
he still renuiins-it seaks out for tbe right. Thai
is Tue "uns idea ot Independence. In this rewpect
there will be no change iu its programme tor Is79
Tu sun has fairly earned the hearty hatred o?
racal, frauds, aud humbugd ot all sorts and rize.
tt h.K.' to deaervu tnat hatred not lens in the vJr
119 than in 15TT-T3, or any year goue by, Thk
M' is printed" for the men aod women ot to-day.
whose coucern is chiefly with the atlnira of to- ay.
It lias both tbe disposition and the ability to afford
its readers the promptest, fullest and uot accaruie
iutelliirenru of whatever in I be wide world is worth,
attention. To this end the resources belonging to
well-ettablisued prosperity w Ul be liberally euiplo
ed. The present disjointed condition of parties In
IhlK country, atd the uncertainty of the future,
lend an extraordinary aorniucaiicti to the events ol
the coining year. To present with accuracy aud
clerucja itic exact fit nation in each ot Its v irying
plia. Mil, I to 'expound, according to its well-kuown
nietuods. the principle that should guile as
through the labyrinth. wLI be aa important part of
The MT.st work for 1379.
We have the moans of making Tdk Svr, as a
political, a literary, aud a general niaper, mom
cuiertaiuiiiaud wore useiul than ev. r be; ore, an J
we ra an to apply them t reel v.
Oar rats of subscription remain unchanged. For
the Uaily Su, a loor-pje sheet of tweuty-eight
columns, the price by mail, pootp.ifd, is 35 cents a
month, or SG.50 a year, or iuciu liu the HuaJay
paper, an cifct-page. sheet of fitty-sii soluuins. the
price is 63 cents a mouth, or S7.0 a )ar, pout,
1 be Sunday edition of Tnc Srs is also famished
wmcly' at )!, a year, po.ttairo paid. The
bi'NUAT 6 I N. tu a idition to the current news, pre
cuts a luo-t entertaining and, luslructiye boiiv of
literary and lutaceüaueou mnttrr, iu bulk twice as
great aud in taiiic not interior to that of the liest
monthly magazines of tha day, atone ten til of tbair
The Weekly cm Is especially ad apt el for those
who do no. take a New York daily paucr. The
newt of tbe week is fal') presented, its market
reports anf larnicbei to the latest moment, aud Us
sgricultnral clrparluieut, edited with great care and
ability, is OD?urpa.'eed. The Weekli Sum is pro
bably read to-day by more farmers tnan any other
paper published. A choice story, w 1th otur care
fully prepared mlsccllaay, at pears iu eaeh issue.
1 he Weekly prottcts its reader by barriog its ad
vett!tn;eoiUnin againut frauds and humbufg, aod
furnish. nrnru goou matter for less money thau
can he obtained trom any vt ner aourre.
Ths price of the. Weekly eight pages, fifty
six columns Is SI a y ar, pontage paid. For clubs
of ten sending 10 we will send an extra copy free.
Addnsu. I. W. E.'itii. N1
Publisher of Thk Sun, New York City.
A Mot Exciting,
futimlit a ad absorb
ing booa ot tnriiunjc
uiveoturr. A com.
lete record of the gre
Ifteat Kflitlnnfor tr'tn
ll explorations in the
Uark continent, aaa
luarvf ion journey How u ihe CNnpo, by I1KNRVM.
STANLK. No other Million can compare with it
for atrr"tivnr aud cheapness,
A rrTT5 !I7 1 Vf f tV tnr Particulars and
AaaUlly It Ail k k Jbe cotivtitetd; or to mv time
send 0 rnts at onoe ftir caavi-ssinz book, and a; ate
Choice of .tvwnidilLS. rroinsely Illustrate!. Over
700 pages. Price, onlr f l.M A'Mreas.
1S West Fifth Street. Clniunal I. O.
"s v.vn i m . x i rr f 1 1 i
UNIQUE PERFUMES are the Gems of all Odors.
TOOTHENE. An fjrreeablc. healthful Liquid Dentifrice.
EXTRACT JAMAICA CINCER. Fsom the pure root.
Lace Bibbs, Dimity Collars,
Heal Lace Ladies Handkereliiefi
Spanish Lace Ties, Crape Lace Ties,
Turkish Tidies, Nubias, Clouds &
.-' - . i .
Facinator's Silk Handkerchiefs;
A fine assortment of Fancy Boxes, containing Hand:
kerchiefs, Collars and Cuffs, Napkins, etc. Also, a,
large assortment of
in one, two or three button. Our 50c two button kids;
1 a -
. . .
are equal to any sold elsewhere for $1.00.
And all graeds of Dress Goods at less than cosU
Uns, Flannels, Jeans, &c., very low
No reasonable price refused, as
The great slaughter of Boots and Shoes still continues,
every one can be suited and satisfied at
The Great. Closing?
The POOR MAN'S FRIEND.
f Cr C . ttv amt!t,1fn .
&..jJ OK- six JLP 4 i? A7. : JUtU Ji IA U.Ol w
Vti W)f). k4V.'r Wirf TaV
Poor Man's Friend,
: - iH. aVsrlrZ".
A large stock of Mus-
to close out, :
we will positively
unit Sale I