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THE DEMOCRAT.
Hews About Home.
Skveral of our citizens visited
Fort Wayne last Mnd:iy.
FOTAfon are coming in liburallj
an .1 being about 25c per bushel.
A Panel.
tu m i able of St. Thomas
P.ir'.sh will be held next Thursday even-
uvz.ht the residence of Dr.J. J. INAIX.
WlIAl .till ccaflundlffl cents per !
bushel more n Plymouth than n Ja- j
Forte Pert SV.uth Bend, or Warsaw. '
Old corn sold at a higher price thai
w riorum our town a icw ua .
. - - j . t
How U that for hi. and lo?
i S. Cu vvelani and bride have
returned from their bridal trip and set
tled down to the enjoyment of domestic
felicity.
The new time table of the C. C. & L
Railroad, which went into effect last
M today, i? published in another col
umn. The treats Friday and Sundiy eight
wore musuul.v henry f r tti i sea n of
t m rear, and in li "ate the approach o.
Isidiaa Summer.
l'R I 1 OKNT ( 1 R A NT has issued I proe
lamatiun anr ointinz the ISth dav of
Xoftabof u a da of thanksgiviiiL" and
prayer.
9.4l M. Je.:ker very justly.
think, claim I large share of public
patronage, which they han earned by
Tears of lair aud liberal dealing with
air citizens.
Oi BT: Is it an offense, within the
jaredictioa of the town marshal, to trot
a horse thr mgh town on Sunday. This
question originated :it a recent meeting
of the I oard of Trustees.
ll"SK & Ali.kman are baying horses
weighing over 1200 pounds, at liberal
prices. Parties interested will call at
Aj.lkman's furnitvre store, south of
the Parker House.
Wm have received no resort of the
I t eedings or the rai 1 road meeting of
1 1: Vt'l'liJ. We presaau everything
went oft 'satisfactorily, however, Plym
outh needa the road and should cry and
sc: ure it.
Thl Secretary's report of the pro"
sedings of the Editorial Convention
held isst Friday, at Laporte, arrived
yesterday, after our paper was made up.
BD i c mW'Htly we were compelled to
defer it publication until next week.
Oll resrulai carrier hov has been
i CK For several weeks, and those of our t
tam subscribers who do not receive
their p iper regularly must havcp itience
with u as we do the best we can. and
hops hereafter t avoid eaasc for e ni-
plaint.
M arshall County is entitled to 1; fall, and that he is unable to move hand
delegates in the Democratic St ate t'ou- or foot.
vention. to be held at Indianapolis Jan. " '
a Tl n l i" r On a dark night, last week, the resi-
v I87V. The Central Committee ol r
te State recommend that Coses Con- j JM,W f lu,re CUMilMHWi ap
vsations lo seket delegate be held V hy two persons, one of wlu.m
Dscesahes tat. rapped at the door. Mrs. CusHMA,
bappening to DC awake, modestly asked
As negate pre-- Wednesday eve-, nho was there. Xo answer, but another
ning we are unable to report matters of rap. By this time the lady thought best
istOtest aeenrriagat that time until our to awaken her husband, which she suc
editioa of Um next week. We always try seeded in doing after vigorously exer
tOgireaJ the Bcu, we possess, w ith cer- ! ising her elbows on iiis ribs. The
tainty. hut aK try and get our paper j ''Squire," imagining that his services
our early Thursday morning. j were required in the matrimonial line
, , of bnsinessjnade bold to ask whether
A company ot tour experienced hiui-
t mwo from Marahall county, and two ' th,'-v ,,a'1 their Bcense This "BPorU,lt
from Indianapolis made a raid on the : V'" K'g reply, the '8quire"
ducks of Pulaski c iiiutv md week :n,d ' l'C,1Ca the dwr tiuae to se oue CUSS
afersaendma-efca dav, at the snort
ww
aud killing ;nc du k. returned to their
r ;specUfc
bosses, --wi-er if not
better
men
( U n friend and fellow-towusman. Mr.
P. S. Ali EH N. who has heea confined
t I hi- n ,m for the pa-t six weeks with
painful and dangerous illness, put in
htri tirt appearance on our street last
Tuc-1 y. inch to the joy of his many
frieads. We are also pleased to learn
that Mr. CAFaOJI is again convaleecent.
For our share of the magnificent ban- :
... , iM ., - i
j let - pie id by .Mr. AXTF.i.L.ot the Teegar- '
d u il -u.-: . it LaIVrte.l:Lt Fridav.on the
aeeaajn f the editorial Convention,
and foroth -r favor extended to we
tender our thanks h very hotly know,
aaiKLii, or -nouia. an i nis tame is
- a i i .
'inpor tnc'.-os With that oftheTeegar
d m Homo.
We publish an article this week
from th j B iter .S'y iu answer to
sesns eoasasentn made by th Krgütar
of S ju.h B 1, oa the c ure of the
Spy reiaavve to PasnuäaV. M. C The
lltieic is spirv. and we advias the radi-1
" ' , j
cai jr-wm t 1 u-:i me ,yy wry cenoeri
un this uni-cf. It wont iar stirriaa
' aj
sp.
Tilt RrpmiiiCmM fm MWt W&tk t'ontain
pt fimuy Ijpugiapliica error in the
f resident 's jrocIarnatiii ap int i iir
Tlilsygirlpg l.iy. Tin- proclamation ;
n .i ls to render prais und i
iWulo'irivinLr for the same, and devout
ly t laijdore a continuance of (Jod
m r y" Tiii li jol-(i'tn lias it -and 1
d.-voutK t. Jrplore a continuance tiT
ÜodTl m T' v."
Witt! infortl tits, the excursion
train which vi.-it'l fa Porto, from Peru.
last Friday, was well ittrr.uiz d and
th-- h irni uy an! enjoyment of (lie c-
esaion was only marred by the brutal
I 'tidu'-t of n few drunken fellows from
f u or vi, inlty. ( h- of the hraLc
inen of the train fo und it nee. ary to
1 brash twour thr- of ihem. JifN I
k"'p the ;"
. Tgfcr
visiting the Myers tlous at l.arorte.
last wek, to find our old friend, Ben.
M vers, himself, preeidins over the
destinies of that favorite hotel. It is
c mceded that the supper he set before
the voracious quill-drivers last Friday
evening was unsurpassable. May his
shadow increase! and it will if ho eat
at his own bountiful table.
TllK '"ITappy Family'' compriiug the
Board of Trustees of our town. Corpo-
lation Attorney and Marehal. are in
danger of losing their cognomen. At
a ipecial meetin-;, held a few days pgo,
j a committee of ttco new idea was ap
pointed to see that somebody discharges
, . pertaining to the office of
. & v
Marshal, which that offeia may neglect.
We pi' pose an amendment: Suppose
the committee assume the functions of
Marshal and Supervisor and continue
to act a.s Trustees, in short, ' run the
town and township."
THE case of the Corporation vs. Jar -
sell, tried last week, before Justice
Li ke and a jury, was decided against
Jessell. An appeal was taken, and a
proposition is under advisement fur bav
in" all the OSSei instituted determined
by one test ease in the Circuit Court.
The trial abounded in interesting in
cidents, which we, as a public journalist,
should record, but which we prefer to
let rc:?t at PreBen
sninll r a ty oi
young gentlemen, i
residing in our place, indulged in that
old time recreation 'a coon hunt," one
evening last week. The first "coon"
they "treed" was more odorous than a
thousand bottles of combined cologne
paehonH, night blooming eerus and
musk, and furnished one amateur
sportasaen with so extensive a supply
of his stock on hand that they
burh'd their respective wardrobes and
half-dozen of their doga, ou their re
turn home.
P. S. Old man lYK.Esan experienc
ed "c lonist." says the animal iiiy hive
been a skunk.
Last Saturday, our int'urmaut states.
; two bumuicrs of the male persuasion"
undertook to convey a flask of stimu
lants fnm Tyner City to this place, im
agining one of their friends to be here
entirely destitute of the much needed
beverage. It being their intention and
desire to make the journey on foot, they
joyfully set nut on their -winding way,"
attempting to keep on the railroad, a
feat by no means easy to accomplish,
considering their "spirits.'' The de
prestuon of Mr. H 's "spirits" be
came so forcible as to precipitate him
. " .
bottom ot a deep ditch, his head coming
in contact with a post, glancing thence
into the mire, from which he was with
-
difficulty removed by his companion.
We h ive only space to state that Mr. B
! '-.r. : u.... i - i
behind a stump, and another one
a few feet from the door. They briefly
! 1 : j iL-a ii l i i.v l i
CAr""MIW 111111 tmvJ naa KIL luu roau
and walked through Mr. CUflHMAIf'fl
extensive orchard to ask for twoor three
spples! The supposition is that had
Mr. C. been absent they would have
demanded about two hundred dollars of
; his wife, as they knew the money was
in the house.
MARRIED. :
By the Kev. J.Sehlam on the 1 0th
hist. Mr. Jacob H. Bbchixl, to Misa
Ruixa B. tahl, bah of Marshall
Co.
On th 1 7. inst. by the same. Mr.
BxHJAJfm J. I'ramf.u. to Bfiss
c,)UIltv
Oet. 11th. by R. J. Pilcher. John
(. Davis ami Kmkli.ne Cua.mi'to.n.
Oct. 17. by R. J. Pilcher. Jambs
JJaxter and Mary M. Leslie.
Notice it hereby given that the undtrsign'
ed will apply at the next session of Coin
misiunci court, for license to retail spirit"
uous liijimrs in (juantit ie- less than a quart
at a time. The Location on which we prooose
",' lhe Hfu of lut Nu' in
he original plat of PlBaoath, Marihall
a a
ouuty, Indiana.
!-THlGKIl If MBF.HS.
HA1.FANT8
V . ry r. vv p-j-on- think whe 11 they have
a fine suit of Hair oft le very trreat inpor
tance of ruhivutiiiK ii in their youth. Noth
lag can bo more bacemiMt or desirable In
old Hü than a flnv full HI IT OK 11 AIR.
In order to actcure this, year have been
sp. nt by I)K. CIlALFANT in rfmlrw
this vaiuabh- article. It contain NO SfL-
rut 11 : no & 1 '..in 1 f-.i : a o a ,( o
HOL! ONPOlüONOl i COLOMLWQ if AT
TMM! to burn and immmf the very deli
cate root of the Hair.
It ; IM'1-I.'I V V Wl : I'T ttl V .rnnlnln.
Alt I - t .1.1.1.- ...... III
,tii only veKbfoiU ever Uiseovo d that
praaiote tli- growth nrtd prrduc-s lonar
luxnrt.int lo' ks of Hair. It it dcllcatety
tffaaed m 1th tlie sweate of most fragrant
C flowers. This article is found in the lari;
Citiea on alaaoat e very toilette, but more
especially amofc th' move (as4iKitalle
rlaawa, as It has proved to Ik- the only art!
Hcle that will retain Mm Hai in poettiou any
length of tiinr after t r 1 la UNii tr
Kadies' Hair Dressers and Barbert at all
Ethe leading Hotels of the country. It fc -three
tioaee aa Car as alcoholic articles.
Alcohol prnparations from the natural heat
of the hed evaporate! aud Uaves the hair
JfL p:,r tied and dry. It Is only 50cta. per
r
ottic.
tAßY. felLPn k CO., Prnprifton
BALTIMORE M0.
soiii By All IrnirlHts.
HI ItMl lSAt V4S IIA i H.
6
Williamson k Bergman are selling
good full 200 yards spool thread for five
cents a spool they are selling goods
cheap. Give them a call.
Conrad Bergman wishes to inform
his German friends tnat he has entered
into partnership with R. Williamson,
and hopes la see them one and all, for
he is prepared to show them a great as
sortment of dry goods, clothing, shoes,
etc.. and offer them better bargains than
they have ever met with in Northern
Indiana.
"Tis Tri e, 'tis pity, pity 'tis true."
that mankind will pass by unheeded
the warning symptoms of disease and
neglect the remedies to restore health.
until disease has so far advanced that
it is often impossible to obtain relief.
We have been shown the formula of
Judson'a Mountain Herb Pills and be
lieve them to be the best and simplest
of medicines for Billious disorders.
Liver Complaint, Female Irregularities
4c. They are prepared with great
caution and will save many a doctor's
bill if used in time. As an universal
family medicine, they are unsurpassed.
Give the Mountain Herb Pills a fair
trial and we warrant you will never be
without them. Sold by all dealers.
6 ml
GROCERS.
1ST OPKXED.
SHOOK dt CRAWFORD,
OB Iii
Cerner Svtthof the frirZer home . ha jut
opened m jtlenditl tine f
GLASSWARE and LAMPI,
Of tke Intest and mat DBroved itylei. wines
will be sold at prices that defy competition.
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Alee a fresh seppl? of
CJT01C Fa MIL T UR0CSX1K9.
Cash Fid for Country Product.
SHOOK 4 CRAWFORD.
As
BElliKK 4 CO.,
Deem It but jiutice to tliennelvef and tbelr frletd
tu inform th citizvns f Marahall and tur
roandlu couutiea tbat ay a
LA ROER S T 0 CK
At al! time?, inclining Crockery, Uueenware. .To
bacco and iirarf, Cuiiitry rrodare,
. Ivr which tlicy alwava pay
the liiKUt't mar
ket price.
BETTER GROCERIES
Than am other houae they are acquainted with
In Northern Indiana, whlcS. Iber
propoce to
SELL CHEAPER
Tkan arsr Trrore, anS at lower
than their ncijrhhora
rates
CAN AFFORD TO.
Any person doabting th abov atatamenta will
confer a favor by calling and becoming convinced.
NO. 8 COMMITS PRICK BLOCK,
PITMOFTH.
THAI AHA
SPECIAL NOTICES.
IKRTAI.N
Preservation of the Sight.
We have appoiatad
J. R. LOSEY. Jeweler.
Plymouth Ind.
Sole Ageat in this ricinitj for the sale af
our celebrated perfected
SPECTACLES ffl 1TI-&USSIS-
Th peculiar frm ai l.en with whieh
tliey are net the parity and hardneaa of the
material, the beauty of finish, and not leaet
the Scientific
AH RACY WITH WHICH THEY ARE CRH CM.
Header them altogether the moat Utiirable.
They assist the sight most perfectly, cause
a continuous and adiding improvement in
the eye, are anpeaially etsy und pleasant to
wenr, and last a great m in y years without
requiring to be changed, uo are the
Chrpni aa wll fh Heat.
CAUTION, We nerer iupplj or employ
any pcdlere.
L4Z4R1' A Iff ORRIN.
Mnnulaeturinf Oplieian. Hartford Conn.
t- y
DRU C C ISTS:
QLD LINK
DRUG STORE,
ESTABLISHED IN 1316.
W. K BROWN,
8ucce$tor to
PER Sil IM, k BROWN,
MMQ8
MKDICIXKf.
SCHOOL BOOKS,
PRESCRIPTIO XS
Carefully prepared at all hoars of the day or night,
WM. E. BROWN.
Plym'nth, Ind
FURNITURE.
Q PALMER,
Dealer in all kinds of
FURNITURE
ON La PORTE STREET,
St aew an spacious rooms where he keeps
floods the beet aud chrnpt-Mt aflttortruent
ever offered iu Plymouth. A
FIRST CLASS HEARSE,
will be furuLstaeUeu laueral occasions on reason
Ablcterms. C. PALMKK.
piTRJUT VRK.
MA TRESSES,
Spring sV7s, and
LOOKING QLA88ES, ETC
Having nn.qnalod facilities, tre are eoableS to
offer ear goods at
E ASTER X PRICES,
Aud rasrsatei to satisfy the public, hoih as te
the quality of oar gojds and the prices
at which w e oifer thetn.
LaP'jRTF,
INDIANA.
(37)
FAROHER Jfc CO.
fHE PAIUY"
PRICES KEDÜCED !
EVERY UlTCAIim ASKfIR
9..oo sow i i si:.
THE
F-A.iR"r
SEWING MACHINE.
Only $5 ttftu Perfect Sewing Machine.! !
ONLY I
Makes the Eock Slltch.
Work oh any Fabric
; iVIII Hem Tuck fc Fell.
'Cuibroldem beautiful
be .Ladles dellsbted.
ltd will bas e a
Fairy in every house.
Full Directions
Willi eacb tlacbine
! Rvery Machine gold by us le worth
! ft. e dollar-per month to anv famil"
..,oo
FORA
FA RY.
ONLY
95,00
FOR A
in the world. Whv nav f i.'itoJ.'jO for
V i III V a Sewing M ichine "wh'-ii the -'Aiitv
a .all I will do the work and can be obtained
lfr oniy flte tbHwa. No mt'chenlral
ON1I V inL'i nuitv -eauired to life them. Are
pimply, und warranted to do perfect
$5,00
FOR
"tHchiiu? on coarse or nne won. 1 ne
earns will not break or ravel. Our
atrt-nt . are making from to $SO0
per innntii. Any lany geniOS up a
1 club order for 5 machines, and send
PIIRY 1 lmr 11 " 'K wi" ,H' Ire9"nted with one
a Alls 1 for it commission. On receipt of S,
. n 1 .. .,.!.. ...Ol
by mail a perfect Fairy Jilachiue will
be pent to anv address or family in
ONLY
5,00
FORA
I the country. Anyone can examine
the work and operation of tee Fuir.
, at our QOce,
Address. Fnlry Serving M.
rhtnr til.
rilDV P.WhaWWi 8 A Dearborn St.,
1 A I It 1 .
I Chicago.
WTWt refer, by permission. toSAM'i. M. Nick
riRsoM, Esq , President tut National Bank. Chlra-
go.
-m
W
Vt.OVS: CARRIAUEi! SLEIGHS
AND
CUTT ER S.
Manafoctared aad .aaitantly for tale by.
8- BMALLWOOD
I maiiuf.ictiire all the ahora artie'en of th. mwl
quality aao at the oweal living pricra, aud also
keep ia op.ratiou a first-class
REPAIRING & BLACKSMITH SHOP.
Hhop on tht. cant aide of Michigan atreet, aotith af
the river bridge, I'lymouth, Ind.
TO THE FA RMlXil TU RES H
L(i COMMUNITY.
LA PORTE THRESHING MACHINES!
I am noT aelUnp the Lal'orte Threahinir Ma
chine. Warranted to giro satisfaction, or aa sale.
TnOt l iuc : irnod machine will do weN to
call OH me at wolf Cn ick, or addre-s me, by lef.
,. r ... i-m.,n h. Itn STrj'UFX LCt'DKN.
MEDICAL
Dr. J. S. Lcland,
"Saromj) nwpectftilly aaaoeaca to the citizen
of Plymouth und viciuity that he has perma
nently located at the above named place tor the
pmeticr of Medicine and Surgery, and hope by
strict attention to the requirements of his profe
cion. to merit a share of their patronage. Particu
lar attention paid to treatment of all kinds of levers,
extracting teeth, and Mafsay. 1 hold myself in
readiuec to attend nil calls, niuht or day. offlc;
S. W, corner from Parker House. (33)
C. 8. S. Todd,
DBUGOIST, (Dt T. A. Lemon's old stand).
Michigan street. Plymouth. Indiana.
Dr. L. Joluison,
PDTSICANa BUflGBQN. Honrhon. Ind. OfTice
over (jrroth Jb Beck Bro's hardware store.
49.
Dr. A. 0. Borton,
O CRGKuX DBNTBT, Can he consulted at his
M eflessverf Say except Xondaysaod Tuesdavs.
Office over W tar reit Store. Plymouth, Ind.
Dr. W. X. Bailöy,
Treat? all kind of dieeaac Omt ufTtict the hnman
7teav Medical mi Socgtcal. Having had
over six year- experience Ihtfce Annies of Iho U.
S.: Office over M.ftecker'-i dry i;ood store. a3
J. J. Vi null,
nOMEOPATIIIC PHYSICIAN SURGEON.
Particular attentir i paid to ohstietric prac
tice. and diseases of women and children. UfBce
over Browalee'a at ore. Residence opposite the
north-west corner of the public qtaare, Plymouth,
lud.
0. II Keynolds, IL D.
Regular Physician and Operative Surreon.
on en his professional scmces to the c'.tizens
of Plymouth aud earronndimt country. In a.ldi
tlon to the treatment of aleSee common to the
country, snecial attention will be ffireS to Surgery. ,
tue treatment ot surgical dise:i"s and disease- t
females. Nifht calls la town and country promptly
attended to Charges reasonable. Office and resi
dence on west sid i of Michigan St. three doors
north of the bank. IMvaionth Ind. 33
ATTORNEYS.
M. A. 0. Packard,
TTORNKY and Counsellor at Iaw.
and No-
V tary Public. Room No. 1, Balcony block
oel
M
Plymouth, Ind.
I. Corbin,
ATTOTtNRV AT LAW. .Votary Public and Col
lection agent. Practice in the various coun
ties of the district. Having an Abstract oTItlei
for Mar. hall county will give particular antio l
to Kcal Kstate bnetnesa.
J. (J. Osborne,
ATTORNEY at Law. and Justice cf the Peace,
han removed his office to the east Bide of
Michigan street, on the block next north of the
Parker Hoase where he will be pleased to see
thos-e havintr hn-iness to transact w ith him. Col
lection! made and money promptly remitted.
Particular attention given to the settlement of es
tates and guardianship. 12
A. C. Cnpron,
ATTORVEY NOTARY. War Claim A-ent.
will attend to all professional business placed
in hi-hinds, promptly and carefully. Particular
attention given to pnardianships and the settle
ment of decedent's estates. Pension, bounty and
back pay of deceased and disabled soldiers pro
cured at reasonable r:tte. Deeds, mortiraeos
and other written instruments neatly and quickly
drawn up and acknow1ediuvnts taken. Collec
tions made and promptly remitted. Oftice over
H. B. Dicksou s hardware stoie, I Ivui'juth, Ind.
10-20.
C . H. Reeve .
ATTORNEY st LAW. and Bar Claim Agent.
V will practice in Fulton, Stark. IiPorte and
Kosciusko, as well as Marshall, counties. Collec
tions promptly and efficiently attended to. -Care
ful attention atvea to probata basiaaaa. I ai aon
effected on lives and property, in the beet com
panies in the United Sister. Special nttentioi,
paid to the prosecution of claims of soldiers, their
widows and heirs, for bounty, arrears of pay, pen
sions and oth r claims.
.-fTfiTM. Farwc-ll, Field Co.. Chicago. .hnv,
Barbour ,t Co., Cincinnati. Bueklv. Sheldon A Co.
N. Y , (iraff. Bennett & Co.. Pittaburc. -4R-
Corbin & Van Yalkcnbtirgli,
nAYK A C()MPt-KTB AIWTIIACT of Me titles
of aM the Real Kstate in Marshallconnty. Also
Improved Farms. Wild and Timbered Ijinds.
Town Ix)ts. Business nnd dwelling property for
sale or to rent.
Life and Firt- Insurance effected and conveyan
rns attended to.
Jlbftlcc over the Bank, Plymouth. Ind.
HOTELS.
Mciiirdy House,
WAN'ATH, IND- South sid:-P.F. W. A C. B
K.. adjoining the pnssfencrtT depot. (Jnests
stopping here will receive ftrt class accommoda
tion t moderate rates. Baijajc conveyed to
and from the car? free.
47 K. MeOURDT. Prop'r.
lT. S. Dode.
PAUKER QOUSB. Thia old-established and
favorably-known House i now prepared with
new furniture and improve . accommodations to
cater lo the wants of our own community and the
traveling public. The omnibus has bcn refitted
and will attend all regular trains, under the man
agement of the House. 83
MEAT MARKETS.
Shoemaker ft BrenflecK,
MF.AT MARKET Keep constantly on hand
the best selections of Beef. Pork, ifntton and
Yeal the county affords. Also manufacture a su
perior article of Bologna Sansasre. Market 1st
door east of Methodist church, on Laporte street.
KOOiitz & Tress.
MEAT MARKET. A new Market, which will
supply the ritiz(.'ns of Plymouth, and sur
roun din: country with the ben quality of Fresh
meats of all kinds. Lard, Tallow, Sausage, and
all aticles kept in a Qnt-claM Meat market al'vays
on hand. Market at Noll's old stand.
MISCELLANEOUS.
L. Shakes, & Co.
BILLIARD Room. Three first class tables. The
Purest Liquors and best Clgaratn town always
on hand. Rooms, Second door north of Bank.
V Hiislangcr,
TTf.(.()NS, Ctftltagcf, etc. C. Halrtn?or
1 t Hro. s. manufacturers of Wavr'is, Car
riaus, etc. Dlucksiuithing, painting aud grain
ing done to order.
J. F. Van Yalkcnburgh.
TTT'nOLESALE LIQUOR S TORE-pure Liquors
V for medicinal and othei ' pnrpocps. can he
had at my otor
uuii door north of th. Branch
BMW.
May 18, 1865. J
F. YAN'VALKENBl'RUH.
J. V. Uailry & Co.
T1TATKR Mill. The host fisr ftlllMUfl
V alwa.VH on hand. Qltoltac done to order hy
a first class miller. The highest market price in
caBhpaldalltiinesforWhoat. Mill at north-east
part of town.
J. R. Losey,
JEWKr.FI. Ch.cks. Watches and .Tewalry re
paired promptly and in a workmanlike manner.
Keeps for sale clocks. Watches. Plated ware.Jewel
rygoM i"iiand full stock peitatolfle to Ua trade
Occnplea part of Paul's Hoot & Sli.c Stop-.
John S. Vic man.
(1 ROCKK and Produce Dealer. lias a rhoica
K stock of fresh (inwrli-a on hnnd, Iay ,n0
liisheht market nrh e lor all kind of country pn
dure. Can provide citizens of town, with the pott
the rountrv affords. Sture lourth door narth of
bank
A. ( Hollzrntlorft,
FASHION A LE HAltltEU. CIIII AUO BAT1
1 HER SHOP, Pnder Marks Ehrlich 'a store.
Shaving. Hair CotUag. Hkawpooalag, Ac. dona
in the heat style. Particular attention j;iven to
Ityetog Hair and Whiskers. The highest price
paid for ladle's hair.
11 1 A. c. BOLT8IHDORFF.
Gustav Brown.
annfaetnrer and dealer at wholesale and re
tall of Tobao o and Cigars. Pines, cigar
ara. tohaeco-boxoa and nonchca. Will anpplv
retail deulers with all qoaatutaa f Cigars and
bacco at auch rates as will make it their intereat to
try him. ii 1 second low south of the hank.
33
Bankiiu; Company,
1)l.Yol TH 1NIV The Plymouth Branch Baak
Ing Co.. I ureessors to lh Plymouth Uraneh
Hank of the sute ol lndinna.1 open trom J to U
o'clock, a. m.,nud from 1 to I o'cl-s-k p. m.
T. CKESKNKK. President.
U 9 T. CHEShNEU. jr.. Cashier.
yord of W I dort
Koryonng men, on the Kiilinu fission in Yenth
and Karly Manhood, withSELK HEI.P for the Kr
rin ane unfortunate. Sent in sealed letter envel
oe.. free of charsre. AMeeae, AiSHKI A'l'toN ,
um r rnni)i.ii,ir i'v fibVlf
100 CORDS OF OPY WHITE BASS
WOOD BOLTS WANTED NOW.
The hlrhe. t prW will be pahl for PHY whit8
hasswood holudelWered fo.KHIN II.1' TOKF.
En.pilr' at Bi n'- Vigttt 8l0r, ImV
CLOTHING.
G
1 RE AT
ARRIVALS AT
S. & M. BECKER'S.
"Ve arc now receiving our
Fall and Winter Goods,
And can show tho
HANDSOMEST STOCK OF GOODS
Ever brought to Plymouth, and can
offer belter bargains in
CALICOES, DE LA LYES. ALL A
PACAS, GOOD FOR SWITS,
Cr., dc.
Our Clothing assortment is complete and
will sell at
Very KjOic Prices.
A Splendid Stock of
HATS, CAPS. AND
Gcuts Furnishing Goods.
We have a
EINE ABSOBMMKXt OF
Cloths, Cassimercs and Vests,
And inako
CLOTHING TO ORDER, IN
Latest Styles.
30 S. & M. BECKKR.
D
ItV CiOOUS.
j. m. DALS & CO.,
Headquar((r$ for (he
LATEST STYLKS OF GOODS,
Arc still in full blast, with the largest stock In
Plymouth, vnd always the lowest prices.
1 1,000 worth of Dress tioods.
Poplins. Alpacas, Me
rinocs, Plain
Goods for Suits,
Marale-, Jacanets. Orprnndiea, P&rasoli. Stripes,
Ulovuf, Hosiery. Niitions, Trimminga,
Staple (Joods. Hats, Cap, and
Gent's Furnishing (iooda,
Caaaimeroti, Dee
skins, CLOTH CL OA K 1 iV G ,
Genta' Snits getten up to order an short notics,
to suit the most fat-tidioua.
WE DEFY COMPETITION,
As one of our partners lives in New York, who It
constantly buying soodaof importers, and
auctions tit reduced prices, which
enables us to sell at w hat
otter merchants pay
for goods,
REMEMBER THE PLACE.
No. 12 Michigan St., Paul's Block.
43
PARIS Art D I.OIH
PAPER C0LLYB COMPANY!!
OUTFIT FOR LADIES AND UENTLEMES
THE nndersfpned wonld most reapeclfuriy in
form the public that the agency for tho above,
under letters patent celebrated manufactured
Paper i ods, is established, and for the first time
introduced in the United States.
Among the various accomplisnments of science
and at; this may bo considered one of the great.it
achlevi ient of the :e.
The renown which tliese poods have obtained in
EuMpofor their txouJslto elegance, flexibility,
jtreat durability ana cheapness will at once re
commend theiu to the American public.
Soticr, Ladles '.So more Washiny
Vt Mure. Ironing, No more
Vexation !
Thejcrcat invention of Pipr tatkinm which c an
not he detected from linen fabric", and nt one-half
the price'formly paid for MMHk,
It would be kapaealMa to ftive here all the advan
tage which them- .' ds possess in an eminent de
gree. They mat be seen to be appreciated.
The great demand for them, upon the manufac
turer In Europe, prevented them thus far.
from st nding a iHrce supply.
Tims the first invoice I will disjKise of in
small ov-mtities only, m.rely to introduce and
show their merit.
Wholesole dealers will not be dealt wirb at pres
ent. No order will be tiled for more thad a dozen
of any oue article at one time to the same address.
rRU ELsr
Suits. Walking, with panier cuts, each 75
Skirts, plain white, per quarter dor.en 7!
Skirts one rnflle " " " IfM
Handkerchiefs, embossed handsomely,
perfect imitation, per dozen 36
Collars, pliable as linen, per dozn So
Chimisettes, per juarter dosen M
Mhirt fronta abgaat designed, p'r dozen 7.
htte ets, nmr in a package
Handkerchiefs per dozen 1,K
and at horn.
Money must accompany each order to insure at
tention, fitters cuUiiiy for information must con
tain stamp.
In sending money, procure money order if poa
aible, and add ton per cent for postage,
JACOBUS VAN. Ajrent
The Paris and London Paper Clothing
k .Co., -14 Circle Street, corner of Market.
Indianapolis, Ind
UNDERTAKER.
ABINBT WARE.
AND
FURNITUR
c
A. L ALLEM AN & CC.
Have on hnnd at nil timt a complete nnd alepaat
it.ok of Cabluet Ware aid Furniture, wlnck ihv
will sell at rxrjr reaaouabla rates. Also a eompleA
toek of undertaker's Ku 1 ni-t- n;- floods, and
Cofllns of all kinds. A good IJaarst hwiof.ng lo
the cBtabluhmcnt.
MBTAIHC COrfWfl of any or all
fcrskde furnished Promptly, on order.
IVe have nrrni.nenrents with the iargesd
houft in the west, at Chicago, hy which
these Burinl Cases ean he proniply sup-
j'Hod a' nl1 times.
13 n!5
A L. AM EM iS, CO.f
HARDWARD.
J I VRUWAKE.
H. B. DICKSON.
P0SHGS AND DOMESTIC HARDWAIfK,
In the
SOUTH Rnni OF MVUIl BE1CS BLOCK
NIL IM.
mil
Keeps constantly on hand a larcre and well r..
sorted tock of every AeaCTiptfoa of hardware in
almot every sh:ip size una quarititv and qaality,
from an American cooking stove to p coffee 1 ä
er, or from a crow bar to a paper of 4 oz tuck.
STOVES.
of every kind; elevated oven.
shet iron. box. f;incy or plain,
triramins to match.
mm pnrlo.
with compl-te
SHELF GOODS
of every description. Ilouse trimming, .oor .nnd
winnow hangings, glas a and sa-h, caipenter'a
tools.
.Y.4 I LS
by the ke? or pound; mill saws. lo- nr.d doe
chains, the best axes in the weat. Tin, mh and
hollow wares of al! kinds.
PLOWS, SHOVEL
and all kinds of ajrricu'tural ntensil laeladiac
forks that load and nnload hay by horse power.
A splendid aaortneat ot cutlery,
FISH
IIOOK8 AND
m?ces, Boras, wirk,
BE(.N1, COW BCUf, IRON
STEH. IN RAM, rtOLLS, SHEETS, AU
BCXCHK8, A N r KVEKVTIlISa,
COMMO8 TO A II A 3 D
VARK i:st a 1: 1.1 mi -
M K NT .
in fact everything that any one ever thought of
buying in a hardware bturc, and a thousand thicks
betldea, with a
NEW STOCK
Oaaatantly ar:iviner. which th.y will sell amtfmt
than the jnui" ran be bought at any oth-r plroa
this side af Pittsburgh.
All kin. - of tin, sheet iron, copper and hniss
care made aud repaired ou reasonable terms and
short notice.
5- tf H. B. DIPKJtON.
H
8BDWABB4 STOVES.
IM Pi Ui TANT TO THOSE El'Rf UA SINQ
IIA ROW ARE:
BUCK cfc TOAX
Ne. , Michigan Stntt, Plymouth, Ltd,
ARE now receiving direct from the Manufacturers
and baportcn, a general assortment of House
Trimmint, House Furnishing Hardware and an
cndlc variety of ttsefiil
FARM IMPLEMENTS.
IRON,
STEEL, NAILS,
PAJKT, Pl'TTY,
SHOVELS. sl'AlE,
GLASS, sAsII, DOORS,
PI MP-. PIPE. PA KINO, DEI. J IN',.
ROPES, SHOT POWDKK, LEU', UlUD
CAGE. BRASS AMD VPPER KET
TL KS, 1 IN ( 7 K, TABLE
AND Pot NET CUT
LERY PANtAEE
TURNERS AND
BMOKESTACKP.
KI V ., E TC.
Cook Stoves, and some hat don't Cook, Parlor
Stoves for sitting rooms, silling room Stove for
Parlors, Elevated Oven Btaaea, and Oven tliat
havo not been elevated, Chain of all kinds, Rat
Traps to catch Mice and Mice Trapa ,0 catch Hat,
Tinners Copporers and bmtn
-AT -
WORK IN THE SHOP.
ALL KIXDS OF
Shell aad hear? Hardware at ss luw fliw j a
they can be found onthts Conti-ient.
Onr (.oods were onrchased with CASH" ' -
borniwd it;) at the rejy lowest prices, and l4j
e i at th'Jate l c fruvs of Freight. Sv propose to
sol r Umh and we don't can- where yon pet the
moner.
C. t . BiCK. C E. TOAN. 5
WOOLEN FACTORY.
yooLEX F AC" TORT .
Allcmau Woolen a dory.
TirPE(. ANCETOWN, INI) ,
MnT.'actitr. r$ of
CA8SIMEMJL. DOFSEIN. SHF.FP BMJ
Plain and Forney
n.iwn, wWk W. UiiKm. mawa
my nofg nmm
I) YE ING, FULLING, C. 64X
Tolea. Cmdinp. Spleninp. e.
All of (inrnunn
I li
utHCture wo will exebaiipe fr Wool at tha
rnctorrornt a. i. iiieman w. " v
Store. Vo n on South of the rarkor lloeac
TKmoutb, led. W -
. . . a II ft . i KU, .
RAIL-ROADS.
C. CA. L; K. K. Time Tal;
Ti) take cflVct u Monday, Oct.
I9tt.
(.oing
North. S STATIONS Jt
SIDNC8,
Lre .
5.15 i
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4.07
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IVrn
Trains run daily . rtnitdavo exeej.ted.
C. W. UEADLEY, Suyerintcndai.'
Pillbwrqrli. !. WajtieA; 1 -1
On and alter Angast Traiac wllfle
Station d lily. (Sundays exeepfd.) as foil.
Train IcvinciiM .igo at r,.'iü P. M., leavea d.i.
Trahi leaving 1'.;: - . r.;u at 2.10 P. M., h.
dailv.
TRAINS GOING WEST.
ns K.i'i:i. rxi'ni8. mail.
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10.V
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Pittsburgh.
BodMHar. .
Salem
Alliance
Canton... .
M issillon...
f rr iile
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I'p S'lul.'.k'
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Fort WajM
Columbia...
Warsaw. . . .
Plymouth . . .
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Chicago
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TRAINS 'JO ING EA 87.
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Chicago . .
latparafao.
Plymouth.
Warsaw. . . .
laJLTIiaaa. tsmrrs. exruErs jiai;.
R,88 m 141.08 v m 1.88 r r 4.5(.
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Masfsillon.
Caiiten
Alliance . . .
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Bodmatev . .
Pittslnirgh.
J. M. KIMBALL. .:. i Ti üt Aent
PATENT fVlEDCINCS.
hi Pill Co&veiiienf for U
ContMUrS 120 (Quinine.
ProdiK8 no Dizziness.
NO Ringinging in tlie Ear:..
One I)ps j in a day sufficient.
Cures Ague in all its forms.
Xo Unpleasant Taste.
a.
Sate for the Youngest Children.
X change of Diet reqmred.
Exposure or unusual exerciv
will not destroy its Efficacy.
MEYER BfflUH dt (0
( y.s 1 r. a 1. aoe.vts,
Ft. Wayne, lu.l., aud St. Loalt, 11
f"por ga DV all Druist.
' IIK GREAT
ZIXG ARl JUT 7 E R S ,
A SAFE BLOOD TURIEIER,
A SPLENDID TONIC,
A PI U A-A ST UFYGr.AOF,
A t '.' TA IN CUR
a-. T
Preventive or Disease.
The Zinjr-ri Bitter- are compounded from a rr
cription of the celebrated Ervptian physleian. . r
Cheop is. who. after Tear of trial ai d iperim
dih-overed the SajMfi tttti twt BUtm remarkat f
vefretahie prodiu ti. n tlie earth, pi-rhapa. has e 1
lidded certainly the n .st effective in the c ur.
diseaM. It. in combination with the other rata.
Me ptopertJea ol which the Zlugari Bitten ata
composed, will cur
Dv-pepsia, Fever and Acue, Biliou
Fever, Colio, Coli, l.ronchitii,
CousuuiptioD in its First Sta
k'L . Flatulency. Xcrrcus
Debility, Feudale
Oonpltittti,
FJicutn a t i . in,
Djraeoteij, Acute
nnd Clitiinic li:irrlio?a.
Clioler.i Morbss, eh Ifert, Ty
phu Pever, Fellow Fever, Scrof
ula, DlUMftl of tlie KidMft, Habitu;i.
Cotivenes. fce.
In the prevention and cureot tae :ihoe diei
N h.h nev r baaa kaaam aa fail, a thousands
orrmo-f pwlefpt ettieew Ekroofhoel all pv
I'the country will teMif . Lei thi- afflicted et n
tur carcatara rtHitainiiur ftliniiialp ami cr::
eatei laTtkaaa ad luve leen ciirrii after tbclr .
es have been or uouueed hopelese by ear bt
phiclaii.
PWlXCtPAl DEPOT.
F K A HIEB A. Ca, No. 0, Front N.
run aih;i.imiia.
Krcomineinled hf Yx Gov. David R
rnitrr. tf rmHiey'Teaie. line Kobrrt
Ptehcr, lion Bdererd MelMnrn. 1I.
Joel B. Il.iiit; r. Hon. Wm MeSlicrrv m
othris. of PeMSj Ix.-mta. Sold kf Dru
lit-ts ami dealers verj where. 's9 i
WANTED.
o.OOO (OK IK 01
WHITE BASSWOOD,
MAPLE. AND
POPUP.
BOLTS
II tl,r BAXI1 m MAXUFACToRV
Tee Deeaweaid t( be tf olewr wliite, 4 t. -lonp,
no red wanted. Manic bolta t I
I L et kf aiid dear. INmlei bolta to 1.
4lVet lone and of BOod qwulljr. All to i
clear and lOHiMt, liark . off and of po..
i e. Hicli.M merkd price in CASH wl'l
be paid on delivery Tl.e ucal LAI 1
constantly on hand.
4 -ni" BAU BT Ss BON
Wanted !
4
FlKMT 1. SS Life Intiranee Apen
XIl or an neiiTe ami reliable man lc"irinr
to hffome wieh, ean secure an ageocv f
this aawOtj, by R.ldreipin(t J. A. fWaer
Supt. Wertem Department World Matut
Lin lataram ftamaaj, (of NVw Yerk)Ne.
a I.n Sulle St.. 'bicpo. Ilia..
The World otfer better induoemeeta
inaured than any oilier Company in exiateaae.
All polieiee nnn -forfeiting, loaea paid in
thirty dav. No retrietin on repideoee or
travel. Thirty day grace allowed in pa -ment
of premium. Experienced, Geae-k
. ,
8141 Di8tri8t Ifltl
Wetin crate;
v autre in all of "

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