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The Pipit. DemocraL
KeSOVAU, j E11
Oct. , 1810.
Tttv Party ol" Idea. j erecting batteries of seige guns near
Wendell Phillips, who has gi"en the ; enouirh to commence an effective boni
lUyhlifM party its ideas, aajl the In- baidment of the city.
diannpolis Sentinel, now arraigns that
political organization as a party without
MM or principles, ' living on the
memories of the past.'' That is just ; cupieJ the town until a day or two ago,
tUnmt what the (.'hieigo Tribun'- said j when he managed to n;ake his escape
of the Radical canvats in Indiana. The i He savs that cTen in the vicinity of
speakers uiade their issues epon the I Versailles the Prussians are constantly
men,' ries of the pa?t.'" passing by the I annoyed by the Franes-Tireurs, WDO
living present a something with wliiih ' keeep up an . tive guerrilla firing from
the Radical lenders had nothing to do. ambuscadw. and are duly killing nuiii
The MJOfk tlnujght differently and lei) , bars of the enemy,
the ancient Mariner out in the eckt j LoXDoN, Oet. 25. Bishop MrflvailKBi
Mr. Phillips in a ipeeeh at Roston last j of Ohio, in a letter to the Tiute. I olicita
Wednesday thus held up the party of
no Hob" to public derision and con
'All the party aimed at now was to
wat.'h its ovb growth. Ifta pioneers of
twenty vears ago had grown fat in ofiee,
and nw blamed thoM who had an idea
fr doing what they the hrea had
done of vre In answer to the veteran
critic who said it was idle to found a
pirtv on a measure, he would ask to be
shown a party that was not primarily or
ganized on a aaoasore; ror laotaaoe,
federali.-ai. tho tariff, internal improve-
ineut. paper, or coin ? The Repnbli- :
can party do not even direct Mr. Rout-
well how to pay the debt.
And during the canvass of thi year
in Indiana, what did thf Radical lead
Nothing. All the
could say was that the party should j
keep on doing what it had done. Bot
that pledge had no ateuiing1 hecana. as
Mr. Phillips remarks. ' The IVfubl-
can party do not ven direct Mi. Bout- Mr. O. 1 MORTON hao fonaaBj de
well how to pay the debt.'' Even n elined the English mission, giving as his
so plain a question as that, it did not reason that there would he an eminent
dare in chis state, and dare not now take ! impropriety in giving the Indian legis-
a position in any state where an election j
is pending, for fear thai an avowed pol
icy upon a single issue would drive
rotes from it. Occasionally tOBM lie
publican speaker would laud the nation
al banking afoul M the best ever de
vised by the genius of man, but the
party dare not indorse the action of the
party in inaugurating aad sustaining the
system of banking that levies a tax of
twenty millions annually upon the peo
ple f -r furnishinc them a paper curren-
cy. the irmranteeot which is tbe bnrtda
of the government one set of promises I
to pay secured by another set of prom
ise to pay. The member of congress
from this district, although he had voted I
for the bill providing for the funding !
of the public debt, had not the nerve to
answer categorically the inquiry, wheth
er he was in favor of th;t bill, and if
lie had made any reply it would probably
have been that of the -venerable critic"
tS Tvliiim Mr. Phill'c mC. Airt
ut was idle to found u party an a mea- I
sure." The Republican party has got
its growth. It has got even beyod
that, for it is now dwarQng. Is de
cline ha.-; commenc -d. and a party made
up of such antagonism! must go to pieces
dissolve into the fragments fn.m
which it was originally made. The
Radical party of to day has no ideas in
common mmm the great names of the
C untry, Leuee it could ja-tly be termed
the party of no idea, as Wendeil Fh J
lipa aptly defines it.
The follo wing are the official majori
ties for stnte offices, at the recent elec
tion all Democrat .
Kddy. secretary of etate. 2.563.
Shoemaker, auditor. 2. 178.
Kyan. treasurer. '.'. 731.
Ilanna. attorney general, 2.G1!.
Hopkins, superintendent of public in
For supreme judges, Worden (oTCX
A. f.. Qnhon), 3,099; Dovnej, 2,989;
Baakirfc, 3.037; l'ettit; 2 ,3OT.
It will be seen that with one excep
tion, Judge Oahotn is the rnost yhly
defeated" can'l'date on the Republican
ticket. The total vote is near :;if.000
a fulliog off of over 25.000 from the
vote of IStR
The Packard sheets are exulting over
the successful canvaga of their champion
in the recent campaign, and point with
pride to the fact that he delivered fel
f-peeches and traveled a distance by foot,
horse, and rail, fearful to contemplate.
The official report of the vetes cast show
'hat he is more than too hunthred votes
behind his aasocistoi on the state ticket,
in the district. Is there anything very
glorious to Packard in this result? His
competitor did aot make a general can
vass, in fact, there were portions of tne j
district where he did not put in an ap-
pearatiee at all; while Packard canvas-!
and every schojl district. Just how
much Packard L'aine'l )y his thorough
eaawaaa, it would be 1 iffif-ult to deter
mine. Tüe War Warn
T.t aa, let. ITt L;itr aaViaaa from
Paris show that th sortie made on the
illst was asaoadUsgl i awfal Manj
Prussians were killed and taken prison
ers. The journal mmummmtMBM on the
Prussian report of the affair calls atten
tion to it.- fils stat tin ti5, ( specially in
representing lh (Jerinan loss as ini
nificant, and atajaHBfj the capture of a
number ol' prisoners whoa the enemy
took aone. As the wiud has been un
favorable f r poveral days past, no bal
1 ns have laft Paris.
From private, but reliublc. sources we
hear there are vast numbers of sick in
the cauip f the bcweirers. Ou luanj oc
casions, the discontent of the men has
been loudly expressed, aud their c ui- ;
ttttdi'ig aftatfl Imi I K- 91 bliged to g
often among the troops to keep up their
Forties arc made nightly by small
parties of Prussians, and the constant
firing at night from the forts severely
harasses the Prussians. Up to the pres
CSt time the latter has not succeeded in
The ircntleman who crives the above
infurmr.tion is a resident of Versailles,
and has been there since the enemy oc-
ai 1 for the Americana in Paris, to be
sent through Sir Curtis Lamsou, who
remains in that city,
A priest writing from Paris on the
ISth. describes his goinr out to aid the
French wounded, lie says he saw the
operation of the American ambulance.
He cannot sufficiently praise the activity,
charity, and spirit of concord of the
LoüDOf, Oet. The Timet haa a
special dispateh from Berlin, stating
that the hit negotiations for peace have
c M to naught, owing to the persistence
of Pratau in her demands for the cession
of French territory.
Thiers has excepted a mission to ne
eotiatc an armistice onlv, but still re
BajJa ;lt rurs awjating s:lfe conduce to
Paria to consaH iral with the trovcrn-
lature an opportunity to choose a sena-
tor whose political sentiments would be
in accord with those of the mn jority of
the people in that state. The reason is
peculiarly a radical one, and is worthy
of a man like 0. P. Morton. Times.
lew lurk l.ucion.
A dispatch from New York, dated
United States Marshal Sharps swore
in eight hundred tpeehü deputies to as
sist h'tn in earring into effect the enforce-
ajent i f the law ol election day. The
fiadicah have determined that, cost
irnat it may. tin v will wipe out tne
heavy Democratic majority in this city.
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rhe first Artillery have been ordered
frnm aitimorC :inj m reinforce the
troom inw in the forts around the
harbor. Meanwhile, the State omCClS
sre quite tirni. and are determined that
the late outrage in Philadelphia shall
.iut be repeated hore.
Tho gi ia-sliou in a New
U noVer UliS caption we find an inter
esting chapter in the New York Stoat
Zeitung. It illustrates the "divine
wrath" of the Geraaanf in Missouri
which forced them to make front against
the oativism of the colored race and to
defend themselves against the nativism
of Mr. Drake and the McClug-ians.
Says that paper:
Between these t.v fires, the eyes of
the Germans in Missouri were forcibh
op ned and tiny now so plainly the
prize which th -y won after so many ,ac
riSeeJ oi aati :: :1 habits and sentiments
to the very ehttses who hsTS as-ailed
them and would ruin them if they could
The patience of the Qerman Raaieahi is
at an end. They have now discovered
how an natural the coalition was which
they entered into with barbarian Africans
on one hand a.:d with narrow-minded
and frantic Vankees on the other. All
this is not unexpected to us to the Had
ical Germans of Missouri the negro
question in its new shape must appear
like the head of Medusa.
Several years ago when the ermine
fell more lijrhtlv on the shoulders of
justices of the peace than it does now,
attorneys and counsellors at law denen
d -d aore on taking a sharp turn on
each other than on the evidence for Of
against their clients.
On one occasion several years ago a
case was being tried before a country
justice of the peace, of Kosciusko coun
ty, whose peculiar vernacular was the
result of the misunderstanding which
occurred at the building of the Tower
of Babel, ad as the witnesses one by
one were examined, it became apparent
to one of the attorneys, that, as the cvi
dance was all in favor of his opponent,
a verdict would be rendered against his
elient, and he. therefore, on one pretext
or another succeeded in having the case
postponed until some future time. Ear-
& 011 the ,laJ fixeti for the fin:i1 hearing
ot the cai,e tne attorney in question
went on nofM hack to the justicoS
houce. He had take n the precaution to
provide hianeif with i lopptj of good dd
bourbon, and wliile lie and th justict'
were taking care of the horse, they took
a friendly nip. I he conversation which
had been carried on for some time took
a turn and t c ineritH of the ease which
was soon tobe fried were discussed
The attorney told the justice that he had
no doubt as to the result, as he thouul.t
the preponderance of tesrmony was in
his favor. lie also said the opposing
, attorney was equally confident, as ho
had told him that be the justice
would decide it just as ho told hin to,
tbat he could wind him around hll fin-
ircr like a thread, &c. Of course the
opposing attorney had said nothing of
the kind. The story, however, had the
desired effect, and the ca.se wn decided
acowdia lj. The defeated attorney
naturally expressed great surprise as the
the evidence was poiutcd and pu?itive in
J huct Itfl ?m." ea!d the irae jug-
tice, "you say you do mit me shust as
you pleno, and I shows you nix do him
I decide him forninstyou every time !"
It is needless to sav that the defeated
attorney saw the point and made other
arrangements for the future.
The following is the vote of Indiana
for 1870, by congressional districts :
W. E. N;black 17,577
H. 0. Gooding 16,827
Niblack's majority 2,J50
Michael C. Kerr 16,950
Geo. W. Carr 11,117
Kerr's majority 5,833
Wm. & Holman 16,896
H. It. Pritchard 12,972
Hclman's majority 12,424
.1. M. WUeoa IÜ..SG1
l). M. Gooding 12,067
Wilsina majority 4
John Cobsnra 14.123
Thomas Cottrell 13.707
Cobara'l majority 410
D.W. Vorhces 17,268
M. F. Dunn- 15.843
Vorhees majority 1.425
ML I. Manson 15.6S9
Lewis Wallace- 15.140
Tyncrs majority... . 1,964
J P. C. Shanks 18 TOO
John t'wlerick 18.89G
Wm. WillUuaa 14.1 30
Milo S. Haaaallj independent J '.t.llL'
A Ellisoa independent) 2. 7 .).
Williams1 majority over all.
.In ner Packard
S. 1. Anthony ,
. 6,3 ,
Tot.il Democratic ma joritie...
Total Republican majorities...
Democratic txcese 5,938
lioiirbon I( ;ns.
Boukbon, Oct. 25.
It is now about five years since 1 com
menced writing Bourhon items for Th
DEMOCRAT In reviewing the past, I am
conscious of having written manythinga
not exactly suited to the tastes of all
who have read them, but where there
arc " many men of many . linds." noth
ing jlsc oould be ezpeeted. Ethan been
my aim to keep your readers fully post
ed on all subjects of news and interest
transpiring in this locality, and if I have
succeeded in interesting or a hmm r, ;,,,v
mi tutm ..i j .: it.o labor sp?nf in
preparing the items has been amply re
warded. If in speaking of matters in
which differences of opinion existed, I
have in the least offended any one, I de
sire to say that I had no such intention.
I have none but the kindliest feelings
for every one with whom have meas
ured swords politically or otherwise, and
1 trust that those who have differed
from me and have assailed me with
more bitterness than I have them, will
be magnaniutuua enough to let bv-g nes
! be bv-goncs. bury the pen dij d in
- dl. and let us hare peace." Cr urn
stances having occurred which make a
change of occupation necessary, thiv
article concludes my items froiu this
place. In taking leave of the people of
Bourbon, I demre to thank them forth,'
many kindnesses they have shown me
socially and otherwise, and to testify t
the prompt add energetic manner in
which the business men of Bourbon,
with whom I have been daily thrown
in contact for the past five years, trans
ad their business. No better class of
nu n can be found anywhere, and it is
gratifying to know that nothing has oc
curred during the years we haft been
associated, to cause a regret. One and
all have my thanks for many favors, and
my wi' esfor their present, future and
everlasting well-being ; and to every
one, without regard to party, sect or
creed, to friends and neighbors, I bid
Now, just how and why our opp'v
nents won this victory over us, passes
our comprehension. No one, so far as
we have seen, pretends to unfold the
eiuses of our overthrow. We went into
the fight with a little majority of about
1 .000 at our back, and reinforced by
fron 6,000 to 8,000 colored voters we
came out of the conflict pretty haml
aoaaehf whipped. It is true that a few
profs ued Republicans (who deserve t
be kicked to pardition with a ste;un
jackass) " bolted" because the ballot had
been KITOU to tbe 44 nirrers ;" but we
must h:ivo nnad twice their numher
tr"in tlmse disausted Qensan Dcasoorato
who read the Chicago Timet ani Cin
eitmati Eofuirot' on ( f.w Pfaaaa
l'rusian war. It is true there was
much of apathy, imlitterence and inac
tion in Bapnblieaa strongholds, but who
can say positively th;itit wH any lcttcr
in tb- nesaiMn slii GibraHeraf It is
true our party was divided and weak
ened by qunrrels, in such counties ns
Wabash, Tippecanoe, Hamilton fa .
but did not the Democracy have their
squabblos and lits in AVoMt Adanii.
Cass, Madison, &c.? In the ahsence of
anything more tangible and tiefatltfrrj
we are driven baek on the old explan;!
tion that it is (for us) the "off" and
unlucky ytar in politics, that the wrath
or wa ltd for the Radicals &c. This
is plausible, bnt as our good f resident
Linctdr used to say ) it docs not touch
tlie aching spot.' N'e honestly eonft as
that we still do not see how we come to
be routed. Perhaps it is a dispensation
of Proridence. In days of yore the
Lord was wont to punish and correct his
chosen people, by delivering them occa
sionsllvmto thehande of the Phillistines
T - . I quircr Indiana would have given ten
J. N. Tvner" 1..113!'. , . . rn,
j. r. Henderson 18,149 thonaand Democratic majority. I ho
! shameless and altrjrethcr unjust and
Whom he loveth he chasteneth. Re
this our consolation. We commend this
view (especially) to our more godiy
brethren of the press.
True courage is best illustrated in the
j hour of defeat, and we trut our party
will now show its finest metal and pluck
that it will hold up its head bravely,
and keep a stout, undaunted heart. For
our part we do not fool like whining or
cursing, rending our garments or
gnashing our teeth. Some of our co
tfinporaries, it appears to us, are worse
than the man in the tombs; rushing
naked through the Republican grave
yard, gashing themselves and cutting
everybody they meet pursuing the
"bolters," s: sore-heads" and 'reformers'
with maledictions horribly stuffed with
epithet- of war. We bofM by next
week (at the farthest ) to behold them
all clothed and in their right minds Let
there be an end to accusations and
threatening of vengeance. This is not
the fittest time for hunting down, try
ing and executing deserters. We sub
mit the first thing in order is to nuietlv
bury the de id. and then promptly et j
in line, and QtOM up the ranka lor Octo
One thing we take to be certain, what
ever else may be in dispute - you cannot
heal the Republican party of the
sei itches" by pooling filth and poison
on the independents. ' Laporte Her
The Chicago Timet actually haa the
cheek to rejoice wer the Democratic
success in Indiana. The Timet is in
formed that its rejoicing is not at all
appreciated or understood Had it nit
been fr the Times and Cincinnati En-
uncalled for abuse of the German ele
mcnt of oar politics by these foreign
sheets, cost the Democracy thousands
of Totes in this State. We have achie
ved a Success against the probable wishes
of these papers, and t'ieir course in this
matter should teach the Democracy of
the State to depend upon home papers
for their political reading. Had the
''Sines been a Radical paper it could not
have done us one-half the injury it did
in the guise itaatuned. It might as we 1
be understood that the Democracy of In
diana are in no way responsible for, or
followers of the political course of the
Chicago Times. They detest it. and
only patronize it for its news. If Chica
go had a reliable Democratic dalv, the
Time would have but a meagre patron-
ace in ndiana
j . j
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HE OLD LINE
ESTABLISHED IN 1S48.
mm & Pershing,
Drug & Medium's,
1DÜI5 BSD STATU Y
CS REFT LI. Y COM l'OUN Oßl). Dav or Niehl
Th ir slock is NEW and CAREFULLY SE
LECTED, aud ol the pun-t qaalit.
Pnra California Brauäy, 4 Years 013
With olhvr pnrc l'quorj,
For t2sii iiia I Purposes.
BROWN & PERSHING.
Ortobor -i". 1S70
WTOTICB is HERKBY GIVEN, thai I
will applj to the aaditor of Marshall
county, laduuia, on the 20th daj of Janu
ary, i71. for tli' purpose f obtaining :i
n"v certificate of purchase for the north
half of the south-east quarter of section
ixteen. in toeranhip thirty three north, of
range two cast, in the plaee of one issued
to Jacob K. Hupp, ou the 28th dav ot De
CPBlber, IS 7, n iiich was by him MSigned
8TLVANÜS BUCKM .
October 20, 1870 St3.
JflE JOME INSURANCE JO.,
OF COLUMBUS, OHIO.
Insurer Sjtatasl Lnte r l)atnai:e hy
FIRE OR IICH TNINC.
Albany dlj Innmee Ofipu jt
Piilii'ips iaeiii.il In thi !itini-i rAmti'inv nr in tlio
0F ALBANY, NKW FORK,
AttlK-ir agency over the po-t office,
QENERAL JNSURANCJ GENTJf
Repteseaai tot followiu
piRSf-QLASg QOMPANlEg m
Tontinenttil. N. Y 3,S8ft,122 T0
Pheaia, N. V 1,81 6,964 ki
Haaaa, Colanboa, 0., 1,xhumh w
AlbaajT 1 v , AM.any. N. Y HI Blfl 1 2
rieavelJinil. of ( 'leuvelai) J, . , 0i ". i-H 'i?
Ottlce--Room I, Ojo P. O.
BOUCH ORB WANTED.
.Inly as, 1870 471y.
I TVS SHION A BU BAItBCK, VMHAOO liAlt
BEE "'. I ikIit Marks. t Khrlirli K store
Bhsing, Halt Osllies;, KlMRiiootBa, xc . d(ie
la Um best ttyts. Psrncalar nrrenflou elves to
Djretaa üslr aad WllikH. Bteaast prlr p.i d
Tor ladies' Sair,
MKAT MAFKKT. -Aue Market, wlirh will
-'Hii the sttiaso of Plyaioata. aa4 nr
r idlns ctnintry with tin- Ivnt ouality of Fn-sh
stesta of sll kiads. laid. Tallow, oaasage ni
all stielen kepi in I flrnt-elaHH Meat market aH aya
n h nd M irk. I at NoITp old dtand.
tirANATli, INI ttoatksMeP.F f.iCI
K.. adJoialns;the peseseaaar depot. Qaesta
atopplu here will receive tirst class atWOfOtls
tion at iiiodVraf rate. I)a;agu aoavevad to
and from the cars free.
47 E. McOrHDY. Prop'r.
J. V Bailey k (o.
VTATKU Mill The heat flour manufacture
vv Iways on hand (Jrlstlng done to order hy
s flrst-claa miller. Th klfaest market price i
cssh paid si: times for Wheat. Mill st serth-csat
psrt of town
LEGAL ADVER r' S.
By virtue of an execution issued out
if the office of ihe clerk of the Marshall
circuit court, to me directed, on a judgment
in favor oi George W. Johnes, William EL
Berry and Charta Berry, and against Mil
ton M. Galemine. I have levied on the fol
lowing described real estate, to-wit:
Commencing twenty-one and one-half
Äff) feet south of t he north-west corner of
lot number one il) in Thomas & Neidig's
part of the town of BoOrboB, thence cu-t
one hundred and twenty-six (126) feet to
the alley, thence south t .venty-one und one
half i JU ) feet, thence west one hundred
and twenty-six 126 feet, thence north
twenty-one and one-half -1 Ä feet to the
place of beginning, with the right of stair
way and platform on the north and west of
And I will offer the same for gale at pub
lic auction, at the court boose door in
the town of Plymouth, Marshall county,
Friday. November 18, 1870,
between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. m.,
and 4 o'ekek. p. m., as the law directs, to
the highest bidder for cash, without regard
to appraisement laws, subject to redemp-
DAVID HOW, Sheriff M. C.
G. BLAIN & CO.,
Stuti-Wtst Corner IVbigai and tiarr Sti.
WING in! received a freh pniinlv of every-
thini; in our Hue of trade, consisting mainly o
Paints. Oils, Dye
St lift-. Varnish, Glax,
Yanket Notion, Stntionfnj.
Pun Mr'iu iif mud tAeucrt
for mmttcat purmemu only to
to umkk IN incite attention.
We hare roceHed. andwilNellat rea?.
onable rates,a quantity of KeroaeM
an '-oal Oil. Also every style aua sis
For buralng the am. Wc are also ajcts fora
Of the day. Physicians'
Carefully put tip at all hours of the nffct, bv an
exserieaced dragyfot. We earnestly invite the
public to la vor u- with call and xainire our
stock, aad become eoaviaoed of the fact nat we
aredointja liberal businees.
1 i BLAlNACHk.
AKDWARE Os, STOVES.
2M tRTASTTO TBOSS PL VBASUt
BUCK & TOAN,
iVo. 9, Uichiqan Strt, Plymouth, Ind.
; ARE now recpivinir dirot from the Mnnnfactarer?
and Importers, a general assortment oi
HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
And an cndles!1 variety of useful
S!in VLS, HPADBS.
BLASS. SASH. DOORS.
VI Ml' PIPK. PACKING, BELTING.
ROPEs. WOT. POWnER, LEAD, BIRD-
CAVttS, BRASS A VOPPER A'AT-
TLE V ( ' pa TABLE
AND POCKET i 17-
ETC' E TC.
Took Stove, an.l some that rlon'ttt'ook . Parlor
Stove tor sittfuc rooms. Hitting rooai Btovat lor
Parlors. Klcv,it d (von Stoves, anil Oveaa that
kavs aot bees elevated, Caalas ofaUklads, Rat
Traps to ealeh Hies sad Mice Traps ,o eatca K:ts
TiiMn Copperers and Ironei
WOR.I IN THE SHOF
LL KINDS Ot
f I ELF V U J EAV Y
AT A8 LOW FK;URKS AS CAN BS
POUND ON TIMS CONTINENT.
Onr (Joodi" were iurrhaed Uli C.AfH (U
orros-kd M:) at the vejy loan at anesa, ssmI ip.
fi ' thr In!'- Luc tra Mif - i iht. We proSMMS to
11 for Cumi and we don't car.? Iu re yon ct the
H BUCK 0. E. TO A N 59
NEW ADV iR ISC E TS,
IHK KINK I.K Jv, LYON sKWINt; M AINK.
with Drop Fee 1. N. w Tak-' up. new lleminer. &r.
now oi' red toairenta ou sjaw iästaltorsss. AI
SO, Second -hand niachite taken in exch;tnfe, or
w new iniprovetnetita applied.
St mwhine ia warranted Ptaai CaASa, and If
the sareaeaw docs ooi o sseaei it after a ttrnj tri
al, he can return It. and money refunded.
It. B Wanted, Traveling Amenta to visif each
town, distributing circular explaining Uo im
provements, etc., etc., who cau make tKJ aas
mouth. Addreaa LYON 8 MUTUAL-3. M CO.
Union Square, S3 Esat 17th OL, New York.
Tit N St!
Corbin's Brick Block, Corner of Michigan
and Laporte Streets,
s;lli it nn lcw prices.
We have a nice stock of
G i y d a3
We ure closing out at
And invite all to call and see us.
.Tnlv 7. I 70. iHt
Corner South of Ihe 9trJtor house . hutjui
epened a bpleudvl lint of
3L ASSW AJR E and LAMPS
CALL AND EXAMINE.
Also s fresh sspply of
CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES
Cash Paid for Country Produce
E. R. SHOOK.
GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY
PL MOUTH, IND.
Insure yonr Uvea in ths
Mutual Life, of New York,
The leading Life Insurance Company Is thr World!
VmmM saowtfs, 9,000,00.
Insure your Homes .'
Insure iour .Wcrchandi '
Itisurr year Property!
Imourt your float, Barn mud
Stork i;ainst lis and dumit Firt mud
(iigktning, ia oae of the following old and
SiaLiaaiii laaujuaca CoawAxtaa;
buemattonal X. Fork, $1,290,844 30
North American u 773,843 77
X,ir fork Cmtrai 200,000 00
Ytmkm f- Nm York. S78t464 L;0
Hme x a- Hum, 1 .7st',::;r 4:
v) t on Bfeperetl to tssas policies aa the aawl
fa orable terms ni any of the sbove eoaaaaaiM
Also, we aavo tas GcAtrul Atjtiny of Indiana mid
Vlcaijran ot MM
Ncto York UetUral Insurance Company.
A gents ami Solicitors wariterl.
Ofhec tn BrovrBlee'i block, ap stairs.
1 PALM RR,
Dealer in all kinds of
F U H N I T lT 1 H ,
Willow Chaira Looking Glasses, Beil Springs and
WAT XtT A XI) VMsTN COfUNS.
All on Reaaonable Terma. At th. Id store si
O. 8. Cleaveland nnlAPorte Surest.
Pfynworti, We-', tts
DEAL ESTATE AGENCY. OF
Office in the room formerly occuok-d by the Pir-
tare Gallery, and south of the lVoiocrat offle
A COMPLETE ABSTRACT
Of the title of all
Sunn's and F,ots in .ilffr-
Shfill CoHHtlf. j
12 T? A T lGT'Anni!
1 a Ci I Jj tiü I A 1 Vj
Bought end Sold on tk Mc.t Rfwtnmblt
No Extra Charge Mado
For information relative to chain ol tit! to thosa
having onveyaucee made.
Wild Land- Imp'vd Farms
Town Lots and
Forea'.eat very LOW PKICESand LONü TIME.
Call and examine list of Landt for tmU, and
The follow:,,.; companies are represeuted by
HOME. VTem York Attrtt $4,600,000 00
HARTFORD, of Hartford, ft. 2,500,00000
MERCHANTS, of Cn uigo,... 1,000,00000
The above companies are well known to thi
community and the country, as
rrompt and KelinMe.
j Insurance effected at the LOWEST LROimfATI
HA IKS py all equitable loases promptlv and
wtihout litigation, bperial iuduceiuents offered
residence andhrn ri-kö. decS3-lt
DEAL ESTATE OFFIC
Land'.Bought and So?d on
Land and Town Lois for Sale
A. C. & A. B. CAPRGN.
The n ifec24. t 3.1. r 1 e. 30 ncrps-spVndid
laud, heavily timbered with olack walnut, poplar
ash und oak: price. per acre; terms easj.
T!ie n e sec 2. i M. n r 3 c, MM acre-: extra
land, with the ht quality of heavy timb'-r: p'ice
$15 jer acre, on third down, balance on ioi :time.
The 9 e 1 sec U. t 34 e I e. M acn s. y
timber, mostly oak and poplar: land of the btmt
qaalttyaad in tooi netehforhood: pric" ir per
sere, one-third down, balsacs on easy terms.
The a li ne. and n j s e. -c 10. t r I o. 1C0
acre, mostly splendid mowing marsh, timber
enough for buildimr and fencing purpose: price
fsip'-racrc: terms easy.
1 he n w ec SB, t'Usrl . V) acsss; about
a9 acrca bottom land, the seliaeeasiai a tract ot
timbered land as can be found lathe county; price
tweatj dollars jer BCK, ftOO& terms.
lhc eKÜ sees, t 31. r 1 e. E ncr'. onk
barreSH and SSOerfasj; marsh; to b. had at a bargain
The e anl n e 1; s w kc ',, t :!t. r 1 e. H
acres, timber and mewing BSStsfc; tight dollars
N KS W ,.ei' U a sec '20. I 3. 1 e. M
acre, part aeaTJ barrens, part marsh. Six dolla
The n w 4 n w 14 section IV. t 0 r 4 e. 40 acres:
good land, to be had cheap s A on good terms.
TheM w U o w 4 ec ff, t at, r 1 e, II! acr.
part heavy timber, and SSSSS bottom laud; ten
dollars per acre.
Lot 21 in original plat ot Plymonty; hor.e larire
enough for two fsm flics; one of tlie most desirable
lots in town; price ?s."t.
JLo, aa iirii-p "iOil I I nr
acre 11 c
aire 11 w
aere a e
acre n w
w V. e
Lota r.3 nt B4, with house
ns aeainneto pvrciuipc iianen;d land or
town property, will do well to frlw 11s a call.
Titles examined and abstracts furnished. Utlice
in Biswulee's block.
TH. IX V.
A. L. ALLEMAS J CC.
Have on hand at aH times a complete and rlrrsl
took of Cabinet Ware and Furniture, whick thej
srlllaslial Tin reasonable rat-. Also a oaaapli t"
stock of undertaker's Pataiskaa Qood. and
Cofnns of all kinds. A ''ooü Hearse bclon'ir.Er to
i the establishment.
A. L. Al.T.KMAN' ft CO.
A. C. THOMPSON'S
Liven. Feed k Sale
At tht Old Buckeye stand, near th
PLYMOUTH , I1:
Horses & Carriages to Let,
And Horses Boarded ou reasonable teraia.
Boot A Shoemaker.
TILL attend promptly to .(11 work eatrastei
to his care.
REPAIRING WELL & NEATLY DONE
On liOi-t TV ot !.
AM work Warranted. Natisfnction guaranteed.
Patronnjr soli iled.
tdiopover llsssnohoaeei & PasTsgracei store.
Jaaaarj on. 1871 inaa Mti
Orer Brown A Penhinp rnc Stire,
I LTMOUTH, IM
Taken in the hhjhaal t.vl r the art, and
Frames Kept on Hand.
PRICES TO SC IT THE TIM Ks.
Anpot 11, l7fV-R01y
TTOTICE OF DI88OLÜTIOM The ee
Ij partaerahia of WilliaaM fe Tliaer hi
tbe boot him! shoe husincss i? this day dis
v ed aj lnulual conaent. The bn-inefs
will he setatiaaad st aaasa i''ace J
Williama, w ho will settle up sll the busiaess
of the old firm.
J. H. WILLIAM,
r??r5 H n THAYIR
OOD NEWS Full THE HUNGRY!
KOONTZ &L HOHAM
I w mm Ä iiWiliU
No. 7, Iloham'a Block. Laporte street.
ll iitouiSi, Indfuna.
We h:i venal i red our new Bakery and nf.a
rant. making it a firt-iaas eetablUhiut Ut. V. e
e.'V a lull assortment ol
Coufcctioncric, Cijurt, and Tobacco.
ABMamaf girnttanataa. Of Vt la emu
f tyle; aif u ler ük by C.e tan.
Weals at all Hours.
Pay and k Bonrd on ral termP.GiTe aa
car. ri'l - miv voursel
Dcenaer la I " KOONTZJt It(;U M
T ..AT HAS CAUSED THIS
Glti: AT COMMOTION
Cdoc! News and True.
Illeman IIYwfrn Factory.
Roil Carding. . .
I err pr ia
CardiiiL' and pinninL-. . .
I'h'th Drinptrii.'. Kullinir. Iveii;. A".. Ac
Cotse ui Mr nr pta hi and lancy 'airrirea,
Flana i. Jean-. WnoVu Blanket?. Stock, i. :ira
Sc. Ac. of onr mauufaernr. to cackaigl fr
wool at the Factorv. HpytCJBU" fa. Vr-rB
ocKiitv. Indiana, m at tho Fu-v'ture eMabiiaAv
men. of A. L. Allruian A Cc, lu l'lymontb.
I Successor to C. llü-laner.)
ras ill cuius? ruim
ashiagtsa street, east of Parker House.
KKP ATRIN I and Florsehoeins dnv- tm erdr
Seed werk iuarar.teed. or. hört notice. Ois
aw call and 1 uarantee eati-fa. tion.
April 14, V 4Mmj E BORN
A.T. STE WART & CO.
roR THE UNITED STATES,
For Sal. . at Wholesale ned Kata . bj
WILLIAMSON ft BERGMAN,
8. k M. BECKER,
CLKAVKLAXI) ft BEHRENS,
J M DALE ft CO.,
LAI BR ft BKO..
L LOGA N .
THE ilo K
The OIDELST and the lat:-t hafeasei lit.
INi. I i 1INE ta The worid. Maaabrtared Lv
th R.AVE MACHINE CO.. of Bridfport, (ooo ,
BOapl 'It- LVEKY VAKll.lYOi- SEWING. In-
soiiy lied '.v haaaty, saeeheaes and aafaMIHT.
UlsthkBSnst simple in construction :ti :i tio
easietit to understand and ojicnitc of ANY SKW
1N; VA HINK ev, r vet pUf i .0 Um !:. i;k-t.
torie acK and valeaate tssaswrrsseais ease la
reatlv besa added, ahirh i adetfoar SEW . M
IMPROVED MACHINE sa"rtor t say w
made aaoeMassa, and all that eonld reaMinabtjr d
desired. The Howe Sew it. f Machine, both Kat.-ii-ly
and ManufarfuriiiL'. BSC a mu- ii -maller Bei i
forthe aaass slasafnMvaa thaa Hey athrs i's--:s;
the sssss efseol Baaiber of thres4 oa the aad r
npp; r and tnder sMs, cud ecu njoally 11 srtth
cotton. Maea and situ. tur Psssfli Macaines are
e-p cia'.lv adapted Se sQ hoasrhoU sealaa hfct
Mrkitt'. Oaoh atc: Vert MaUinj. : 1 1 1 k
ii' Qailttnir. lackfagr. Gatbrriag; Haualasj
Fc-ililii:. Btedinp and l'orMt:,;. 1 ilessawr. tha
Kraul-1 and the ('order are SDeqaallea. A careful
exasslaattaa of THE HOWE wnlawll repay any
oae whether they arise as aaaeeasi ar aac. Sam
ples of a rk aud rtots Ilia of Maihines are fr.rnlsh
ed on Rppllcatiaa at any of our ajen. ' -s. M
d--sir- r:-.-ion-tViie ai:rt eaeesxttc pertMM m sei I.
Ynia uis. Mi.ks. KaaaatB, OtiA .tr. sHrajs -'n
aaad, ahoieasJs and r tail. Address u.i ousssaa
Lfeto larhiie f
Branch OnWce at Peru, httW
rittMiur?h. ft. Wasraae 4 Ixi
On itnd slSsr JOJOM I .'th. 1S70. Trin will rae
Btttfoas diiiy. (Saadsya except-d. a- fu -wf :
iTraiti leavin'fiicajf j at ."..11 1. M.. leavrfc vSy
'Train keaviag Fiii-hurii a: f. St. leasea
thaws oonro west.
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