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TUE WLWER WOrilfMU th low tat dow dreanu'ajr, W.;h Im Magiiif sanHght gjcaininp, Softly oa her kuoCj brow Of Her toy te- battle marcblkf, Ii- it and thirst the loved tips parch ir.g. Dr ms she in tho twilight now. Vet with rapid finge i a kwirU ' Ia tbc indent arm-chair sitting, Musing of her soldier son ftosöry i tor.tluU of aom?-, W ordering if upon the morrow . c-n have the blue socks done. Thinking of tbo soldier- standing At she uw them on the landing. 1teätitÄw vhey ttettrty drill then B.k and forth the net-dies going -'Ifcoa&rs'...!, 9bd only kno wing Ii Of tot hii'fcet hall fill them. But a sound her quick ear greeting, Starte her frightened heart to beating With n trowWed heart and surge, For the bears the church-bells tolling, Aba lea Will . muffled rolling Of alow music, lik e a dirge. Heed he not "the stitches fallii.g, An pith eager acceeta calling 'Mae one jmmngvrthe oltor All her wild forebodings masking, And with lip unfaU'nng auk'mj What this momwtful dirge in tor? But aha strives her grief to smother, TU not mete a soldier's mother Teas should field to sorrow vain. Are there not a hundred others. Stricken, desolated mothers, Weeping for their brave oaci siaia, For their countrj still are bleeding Soldiers brave, who will be needing Wars snatf far their vah.ant feet Feet which ne'er before the traitors, Like the fret of some bo hi praters, Beat a co warily retreat . tsMJtaazfKflT ' l :;i Other 4aysfcV a waned to twilight Since the ere when such fad heart-blight Came down on that lonely one; itda ton wJnJow sitting. "i th her aged fingers knitting, sea still at set of sun. Ua her btw a shadow resting, AM Ihc suae et glory erestiag Like a crown the -ilver hair, BflsJAHf fcrflh die needles going, loch by inch the socks sre growing, And the tears her eyes o'erfloTiiig Are mwroagh: with silent prayer. Could men see as see the angels. These dumb socks. like sweet evangels, Would a wond'rous tale unfold; ftttca woald test it story, fbaldfear a glory Fairer than refiner's gold. LOST A FOG. It was the last day in November, in the year one thousand eight hnndred and fif ty something, aoo it the hour of noon, when the great and glorious we might on this occasion 6y vain-gloriovs City of Londoa was hidden from mortal eyes by one of those dense, brown fogs that often tioMS convert it into anything bnt a para ditav So suddenly had the obscurity coma on, that many tit unlucky wight had uu wittinjy tsstyed out of tha right path, oft moryrly. be Unndentood, bnt literally, ba ing misled by the impossibility of distin guishing one street from another iu those aS riW were Pri Among those misguided wayfarers was a eartain pretty widow, named Cnmleyr who bad been lnred from her "apartment," in Great Coram street, by a faint glimmer- ing, whica an hour, before, had given some aofjsiof atleast a contmoanoe of daylight for a sufficient space of time to enable her to make a few purchases; with a view to tbe enhancement of ber personal attractions at a party that wa to come off on the fol lowing evening. It was in her way back from Oxford street that the darkness began to gaW rViffcl he like tlse skadas of night, causing ber to quicken her paoe fallsiatitt iff J vise relsetioM on tbe folly of having snflered? herself to be tempt d. by the promptings of vanity, to venture abWt n fsMüpiUoni oruing Afraid of passing over a crossing, she kept on the footway, and took one or two turnings haphazard still hoping she was going in the right direction, intil, no lon ger able to distinguish streets from squares, ate kssai as completely Wat a the Babes in tk Wod, for she was vow in those aristocratic regions where there was not a singW.ahop iarwaieh she anigstt have sought aid anil counsel in this her benighted con dition., t . . iktB,he woi-Whn. Ho -do?' ' safd Mrs. Cumley to herself 'I shall sever rind my way Wasss; aod as to geatiog into a cab even if I could meet with one, which is not very likely, I shonld be afraid to 9W$ J&aesmfS U be getting thick TmocTteT.rl shall riot b abre to see an inch before sue presently. What a ve ry unfortunate tiring to be sura Ml aJNssJey sto ae coward, nor did she want for presence of mind in any of the or dinary difficulties of Ufa, but this was a dilemma tor which she was totally unpre- V&BVLV Ä iotftjajryiMionwd g-fc . iatiTT aaBaiaama. I trWTa rfnrlwt ' Um Ust ten minutes, nota human being had k. -k-, ..:u L,m kUrJi ! a-w 17 w wuwiuwnairjm ..o.j-iii. for imformation aa to ber wheaxebouts. At length a brilliant ilea flashed upon her miaBai. aa tmA m a It ean dcMio very trreat harm, she k atadoor.auda&k what 1 Oafe will be civil enough ä ad aeting 00 the impulse of the mo raent, abe, with some little difficulty, found oat til door of the house, for even the ateow aaatfr winlow had become invisible, and a ring discovered the knocker, she gave, aot the loud, authoritive rat-tat-tat, instant adaiaion, but a mod- io ear' l kW feel Obliged if yon will open the door at yoor rlieet eonveniesKe. It mm therefore some roinutea before taW appeal waa aawwered; bnt at length a guaa-aei unt pisaantaii hraaawtf, and opening hie eyes to their utmost extent at seeing a tell sat at Ibavs Inar us & - W Ith at eil, parap, aaid tlie who mach disposed to laairh att MsaHT- f Xormcton Sonar' Bless me. tben I coskt a creat deal too far, and now I M 1 uv m . 'ia sacMpawawt don't know which way I must turn to get to Great Coram street.' She had stepped upon the threshold of the door, ami was enabled t observe by the aid of a gas lamp that shed its brilliant rtys through the hall, that th boaae she had so nncoreroonionslr invaded was one of no mean order. There was an air of spa rinninftsi and elegance abotit it that denoted I wealth and Frtjcirry. The stairs were richly carpeted, and there was a good tire in the stove opposite the doorway in the hall that diffused a glowing warmth and biightness od ail within, which was the more striking fioni its contrast to the cold and gloom without. The man was doing his best to put her in the right waj for the locality she had named, when a door on one side of the hall was suddenly opened, and a gentleman with a newspaper in his hand made his appearance. What is it James,' 'A la ly. sir. has lost her way iu the fog. and wants to bo directed. Dear me, that's awkward,' he said, ad vancing a step or two, peihnpsjto ascertain what the lady was like, and as the light shone full upon her face, he made another move in advance, and said, 'Yon had bet ter walk in madam, and wait till it is a lit tle clearer.' I aaa very much obliged to you sir; I shall bo really very glad if you will allow me to sit down here for a little while. I dare say it wll be ligter presently. And i she was going modestly to take a seat by the hall fire, but he waved his hand polite ly towards the apartment from which he had just emerged, on which she conrtsied with graceful ease, and walket! in. As the gentleman was following, she heard the servant say something to him in a low tone, wherein the word "luncheon" woe distinctly audible, and her quick ear caught the reply. ' ' yes yes. Bring it up all the same; for two, of ceurse.' It was a large, well-furniabed dining room, and the widow had no sooner east her eyes around it, than she came to the ( Ohclnsion that its owner was a bachelor. She did not exactly know why she thought J ! 80, bat was so convinced of snch being the fact, that she would not have hesitated to bet a pair of gloves upon it. Mr. Hazlett was in truth a single man, somewhat past the meridian of life.but good looking still, with courteous, gentle- man like manners, and, to judge frona the appearance of his surroundings, in easy cir- ! enmstances. ! the widow's cheerful talk; and, in fact, he 'I am snre he said, as he placed a chair had never felt so lonely as he did dnring ner the tVe for his involuntary guest. I the remainder of that eventful day. onght to feel mnch indebted to this fog, j The question pnt by his lively, enter ainci it has procured me so unexpected a taining guest "Then why not make a pleasure.' change?' recurred more than once to his Thj lady acknowledged the compliment mind; and each time the mental response in proper terms, accompanied by a merry was 'She is quite right; there is no rea 1 ittle laugh, that sounded veVy mnch as if son on earth why not.' she could have said the pleasure was not all on one side; and while these civilities ; It was about three months after the ad were in course of exchange, the luncheon i venture we have just related, when a hand tray was brought in, laden with cold chick- some carriage and pair, laden outside with eitv ham, veal patties, and other savory vi- traveling trunks, portmanteaus, and em ands, together with a decanter ot suerry and bottled ale. Mrs. Cumley began to feel herself quite at home. She drew her ctmir to the table, nd took off her gloves, thereby displaying j a pair of delicately white and well -shaped which alighted a good-looking, middle hands. She was cetainly a very pretty aged gentleman, who, with a smile and a woman, with sparkling blatk eye, white! nod, transferred his stick and railway teeth and a good complexion. Her age wrapper to the obsequious lackey, while ho might be thirty-five or thereahouts; it is uuni;;cs-ary to be particular on that point; thirty-live tvonhl be teat enough to the mark, even for a census paper. A ttte a-iete !nncben fs often a very pleasant thing. l It's a Tvim go tip stairs,' said Jam- s, t the two Jamsels ol the lower region. 'I shonid not won ler if master's canght at last; and that's what she's np to, it's my opinion, for I heard her tell him site's a wfdder. 'Well, I never!' exclaimed the house maid. 'It would bedroll to get a husband in that way. wouldVt it, Jamea?' Whyj it would rather my dear; hut there's various ways of getting a husband, yon lenow' And he favored her with a sagacious wink, which caused her to blush like a peony, and turn away laughing. The cook, however, who also acted as houskeeper, was not inclined to nwke so light of the matter a the younger and more thoughtless denizens of the house hold. For my part,' she said. 'I don't see any thing to laugh at, and I wonder that a man at Mr. Hazlett's years should let himself be taken in in snoh a bare-faced manner; but it is a true saying, sure enough, that 'there's no fool Hk an old fool!' Having thus expressed her sentiments with regard to her master, she continued to maifest her disapproval of the proceed ings in the dining-room by sundry vituper ative remarks on widows iu ireneral. as a particu'arand distinct species of the human , race. Well, but cook, it all happened aciJent- allj,' said James, whatever comes of it.' O, don't tell toe accidental, inreed! I'll be bound aba knew very well who lived bere, antl did it on pnrpose to get her foot in, or else trby eotil in't she aa well have knocked at any other door, I should like to know. Bot it's just like them widders; there aiat xie of 'era. but is as artful as 1 won't say who in the meanwtHia tne tete-a-tete oove was Droffrea&i&iZ cliarmincly. Mr. Hazlett f 1 l" had not ertjoyec his mid-day refteetfon ao much for a considerrble time, and this was a most extrordinary anomaly, for he would bare shrunk almost with hot, or at least with nervous fear, from the bare thought of deliberately inviting a lady to lunch with him alone; yet, now thai Fate had brought thie visitation so unexpectedly upon, him, he did not feel it near o embarrassing as fancy would have depicted, had he known beforehand that snch an event was actually about to take piece. Yet he wae not an laateniat man by ataw, neither did ha en tertain any of those heretical notions re specting the arts end wiles of the fair eex bt ? otten euitivatea m tne minas et 1 mioxue-agea oacneiors ukb puisouvu wceus, ; choking up and destroying tne noerai ana kindly sentiments that might lead them to adopt a ttappiar state 01 me. Tbe twoindividoalsbTOvighteo strangely together eemod to enjoy tbe joke amazing ly. Ii waa so laughable, and tho amuse ment it created made them feel as if they had beam aoonaintad with each other for ten Tears instead of tan minutes. Ine . 1 1 conversation ramnio vanoos coanncis, anu at .1. 1 a a at loucaau oa lue auDjec oi main- raon- 'Yea, a single life ia all very well aaid Mr Hazlett, 'while a man w on the right bide of torVr; ftut alter taac, waea aa laitca to his own fireside, he finds that he wants a companion. I begin to feel that way, I aasure you.' 'Then why not make a change?' said the lady, with a naivete that was quite facina ting. Well.dont know. It wants sorao cour age to rouse one's self out of old habits. Now what age would you take mc to be?' This was a delicate question. Tho lady did not like to answer it according to her honest belief, therefore she dedoeted about ten yrars from what she imagined to be the real sum and replied Forty -five The gentleman smiled pleasantly. He felt gratified, and drawing himself up with an air of self-satisfaction, said, in a tone that implied, 'yon will hardly believe it' 'I am fifty-si.' Of course she expressed all thosurpri.se that appeared to be expected; and although she was by no means a designing person, it would, perhaps, ba going a 1 ittle too far to say that not a thought entered her mind prejudicial to the future liberty of tho old bachelor. However, all things must come to an end, as was now exemplified in the case of lunch and fog. The time devoted to the former had indeed been prolonged to an unusual length, and the sun was again vis ible in the form of a crimson ball, so Mrs. Curoley rose to depart, and as she was pnt ting on her glove, repeated her grateful acknowledgments of the polite attention she had met with in her difficulty. 'Will yon allow my servant to get you a cab?' said Mr. Hazlett. O, no, I thank you. The distance is so short, I can walk home very well. Good morning sir; I assure yon I shall never for get your extreme kindness. Good bye.' There was something in the sound of "good bye" that fell pleasantly on th ear of Mr. Hazlett. He was unwilling to bid a final a lieu to so charming a person, and and with a reckless disregard of prabable consequences, ho said boldly, then and there Will you permit me to have the honor of calling to iuquire how you get hotue?' To which she replied "O, you are very good.' A dubious an swer, that might be interpreted, without any great strength of imagination, 'Yes, you may come.' As soon as she was gone, Mr. Hazlett sat down to finish reading the newspaper; but he did not rind it nearly so enlivening as blems of travelers returning from a jour ney, drove up to a door in Totrington bqtiare. A smirking footman instantly came out and let down the steps of the vehicle, from assisted a ia-ly in descending from tbe car- nage. 'See to the luggage, James, he said; then drawing the arm of his fair compan ion throngh his own, he conducted her through the hall to the dining room, where a blazing fire and a table laid out for a sumptuous repast, betokened that their arrival was not unexpected. The gentleman looked radiant and hap- , py, and as, with beaming eyes, he welcom- ed his smiling bride to her new home, he j said facetiously 'But, after all, dear, yon must allow that it was , not you, who was lost that day in the fog.' Senator Bright's Treason. Speerh of Senator Clark of Ainc York in favor of ErpeUing the traitor Bright from the Senate. Washington, Jan. 25, 1862. PnOPOSED EXPULSION OF MR. BKIOUT. Mr. SuafssB, I now call for the order of the dary. The Secretary read the following reso lution, submitted by Wilkinson on the 16th day of December last: Whereas Hon Jesse D. Bright hereto fore, on the 1st day of March, 1861, wrote a letter of which thb following is a copy: Washington, March 1, 1861. My Dear Sir: Allow me to introduce to your acquaintance my friend Thomas B. Lincoln, of Texas. He visits yoor cap ital mainlir to disDose of what he recrards a g;eat improvement in fire-arms. I recom mend him to your favorable consideration as a gentleman of tho first respectability, and reliable in every respect. Very truly, yours, Jesss D. Bright. To His Excellency Jefferson Davis, Presi dent of the Confederate States. And whereas we believe said letter is ev idence of disloyalty to the United States, and is calculated to give aid and comfr.rt to the public enem;es: Therefore, Be it resolved. That tbe said Jesse D. Bright is expelled from hü tcat in tbe Senate of the United States. The Presiding Officer. The question ie on the adoption of that resolution. Mr. Clark, (Uep., N. II.) referred to the letter written by Bright to Jeff. Davis, and thought that letter nd the circumstances sufficient cause to expel the Senator from Indiana. The expulsion was absolutely demanded. We conld not properly satis fy the country or support the Administra tion 'ii wo permitted snch a Senator to re- main in his seat. Suppose a letter had been found on the pereon of Coppic, the confederate of John Brown, as follows: "To John Brcwn, leader of the Segro In- surrection, Harper's Firry: "Allow me to introduce my friend Cop pic, who cornea to pot in your hands fire arms. I recommend him as a gentleman, and trustworthy in every respect. "Yours truly, Chablk.8 Sumnkr." How long wonld the Senator from Mas sachusetts have held his seat, and how soon woold the Senator from Indiana have vo ted for his expulsion? If an open rebel ought to be expelled, ought not the per ; son to be expelled who furnilbed aid to .11.1 If. 1 1- V II- ; too open reoei io mane use reoemoo sue- 1 a I at . 1 1 . . 1 f ceestui: tie conieuaea mat loe senator conld not pleaa ignorance itat lie went with tbe intention to sell improvements in hre-arms, nor ol toe iaa tnai me reoeis m- icaaea to saia&o war. ueu w euei Chief left the Senate his last words were to utter his determination to fight if peace ful rebellion could not be accomplished. In that speech of the Senator from Missis sippi. (Davis,) tho arch rebel declared, that if they could not have a peaceful re bellion, they would trust themselves to the God of Battles smd their own right arms. Let us pass by this offence of the Senator from Indiana, and go out among tbe troops an 1 urge them to fight and drive away the enemy which beleaguers Wash ington. What will they reply? "Urge us to fight, when yon keep in your coun sels men who are guilty of sending their friends to the South fire-arms that might ok put in the hands of rebels to murder us?' What answer have we to make them? j Go and ask this Administration for more vigor; ask them to turn out from the De- . partmenta any man who is tatnted witb treason. What will they .y! "Go back and turn out from the Senate the men who 1 ii . t .-v r rt s m write letters to .ion. uavis. Bir, it you had here a little page who was guilty of any such disloyalty, or his father even, yon would tnin out the j age and father both; and yet it is proposed to retain the Senator from Indiana. Sir, an outraged people, in my opinion, will receive no such ' : excuse as is presented by the Senator and ; his fries Is. They demand thai this rebell- ion shall be crushed, and they will not be trilled with by any such pretense, that such a letter as the Senator gave was a thing of course, and only inconsiderately done. To allow arms to be used against the Government, or to propose to do so, is a thing so atrocious that it would have exci ted the indignation of the Senator from Indiana, if he had been a loyal man. and would have made him denounce Lincoln ' as a mercenary traitor, instead of ending j him as a trustworthy man, to the chief reb- It. This is the charge I make upon these ! facts, against the Senator from Indiana, j that he aided, or intended to aid, those two rebels, Lincoln and Davis knowingly aided them in the prosecution of their schemes of treason. And here I take is sue with the Senator from New Jersey (Mr. Ten Eyck.) who alleged that It does not appear that Lincoln ever visited Jeff. Davis. I do not care whether he did or not. The Senator from Indiana, when he gave him the letter competed his offence. That the rebellion existed and was in arms the Senator knew. He knew that Davis was its leader and that they wanted arms, for the Southern troops were seizing and stealing all the arms they could get; and' he knew that Lincoln had arms to sell. Thee two rebels did not know each other. The Senator from Indiana knew tho pur-1 J pose of one was to sell arms and the pur- pose of the other was to overthrow the) Government by force, if necessary; and yet wita that guilty knowledged he deliber ately commended this traitor to go and sell this improve! fire-arm to the rebel chief. But in all this the Committee think i there is nothing to justify us in expelling the Senator. Sir, we owe it to ourselves tj drive him from this high place. Will we receive him into our counsels to per mit him to take part in the legislation which is to preserve the country? A man I who aided or who would, aid to am the j rebellion against that country? We owe it to the country to expel Kim. and above all we owe it to the patriotic State of Indiana Even now the telegraph flashes tag news that her lUth regiment has been nearly deciina;ed. Her sons lie ilead upon the ground, slain in defence of their coun try, and shall we retain here a Senator who would aid to furnish the lebeilion with arms that are lo kill ami destroy her own citizens? JHBRlFF'b SALE. By virtue of a f l i.i;im .n rl., ami to trio ilimtpla in fjvor uf Wil liam E. Thompson - nd acnint Z. !-.!.-.. I. Ilmlton and Margaret E. Bnlt. I will offer at Public Sale an tho law dirvc,. at the Court Rmwe door In the town of Plym outh, Mamliall Connty. Indiana, on SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, I8k iH-twcfD tho hour of 1 o'clock, a. m., and I o'clock, p. m . of tsM dar, th rentp and nrufits for a term not rxi-rvline orvu rnr. of th. follow iiifrdtcribcd real patate In aaid county of Marshall, and State of Indiana, to-wit: Fractional Lots numh r cleren (11 1 and twclre (12), in J. F. Park' additiou to the biw n of Ronrlxm, Marshall county, Indiana. If th rent and pruftt for nrjon rem of xaM r-! tat will not w 11 for :i um Mitri'-i-nt to Kati.f s-ii.l ( '.iniu,..i..i., intereat, coat and ccruinc cuata, I wiil f th aine time and plac oftVr for aale to the hih.st lawful Idddcr. all the i ritrht, titlv and Interest of the aaid defendant In and to the same, or so much thoreof a may be nocvBa-iry to aatiffy aid writ. O. M. BARNARD, Sheriff, jan'r at HJT.2 By J I. VOW, Drp y. SHERIFF'S SALE. By virtue of "in i Ex-ruticm, i.ivl bv the Ork of th Mutua!l ' ominon IM :m Court, and to me dirrctt-iL, in favor f TWido A. I.mou ami cain t Keiijniin P n and Mes A. Kidwell, Rnfu Hew. tt and Norman Wood ward replevin a 1. I have levied upon and will offer at Public Sah- a the Uw diiocta. t Ute Court Houae dar in the town .T Plymouth. Marshall f"..nntv, Ind SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1-G2, between the ae)nm.inoVlork, a.m., an4oVliK-k. p m of aaid day, the rent and profit for a term not exceeding even rears, of the following deerrihed rral estate in said county of Marshll, and State of Indiana, to-wit: Twenty feet off the south side of Ltl number one hundred wnd seven ty-avvea ITT, in the town of I'lvmouth, with all the the improvements and auuurtcnance to the same N-longing, If the. rants and profits for seven ream of mid real estate will not sell for a um sufficient to satisfy said Kxerntion, internst, c alts and accrniug coats, I. will, at tbe sante time and oflVr f.r t the hirh"t lawAil bidder, all the right, title and interest of the aaid dek-uiUnts in and to the same, or so much tbe;of as may be uecessury to satisfy said writ. ju S Ihfii O. M. BARNARD. Sheriff, WAR! WAR! THE CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED! J. L. WESTERVELT Haa just returned from New York and Boaton with a Splendid Stock of Goods, which will be J Sold Tor Pay on Delivery! He hopes none will ask for Credit, as they will certainly be refused. His Goods will be sold as Cheap as at any Cash establishment in the West. His Stock consists of DRY GOODS, Ready-Made Clothing LADIES BOMETS, ALL TRIMMED TO ORDER, Hats & Caps, Boots & Shoes, A Fine Lot Sole Leather, GROJBRZBS, &c., &c. Htsttock of DRY GOODS embraces the u variety. His READY-MADE CLOTHING '.e I will bell Cheaper than ever before offered in thi j market by Jew or Gentile His BOOTS AND I SHOES are of Superior Quality, and will be sold j Lower tor Cash. He respectfully invites ad who want to buy Goods for Cash to call and exnmine 0,9 they purchase elsewhere, as he 1. wusuaui win oc to wit; ir .auvaumgc Call at the Regulator! Oct 24 J. L. WESTERVELT. Al,l, suefconsuntiyonbandatthe Marorooth Store of Buer; a Toam . CLBAJi JUST RECEIVED AT THE SIGJV OF THE GOLDEJV BOOT, Oi4 of tli" Largest and Best selected Wimm o? boots km SHomsssw EVER BROUGHT TO PLYMOUTH ! Customers will linU at my store, e.ist aide of Mtetrigaa Street, -every description anil kind of Ladies'. Gentlemen's, Boys', .Misses and Children's Wear, together with a large stock of Warrant o c3L EH will sell a BETTER BOOT or SHOE for nr other establishment in Plymouth. D-I will WARRANT ALL MY WORK, both all that rips FREE OF CHARGE. sVfl have a very Large Stock, and am bocnd t m TT- , ,r , Ti ' 1 lie Highest Market 1T1CC Plymouth, Indiana, April 11, 1561 23 tf 8EM-AMAL STATE)! L.T, MI, 102. II i TuAWj and, S UJR I IL US, $932,302.98. May Ist, ISßl. Ca?h nd eaf.h item- Lsmjm well eecartd Real Estate , 26i6 shares Hartford Bank Stocka. t49S New York " HUO Boston m 507 other " United States and State M Hartfd N. Haven R.R.bond?" ..$79.588 78 ...56Q53 20 .. .15,000 00 1 . .274.PS9 Of) l9 Uf' W 108,750 00 5-MD5 00 73..IG7 00 3&7M 00 ...30,750 00 ..,.4,0)10 00 ,f989J09 M ...73,344 87 fl irtfni il r.itv RniiiL Coun. Rivcr Co. &. R. R. Co. Stock Total Asset? Total liabilities. Fordctti! of iiivcdtmcnt?. s.-c small Cards and Circulnrs . Insurance may be effected in this old and sub stantial Company on rerv favorable term?. Apply to HORACE CORBIN, Agent. O" Dwelling and Farm Property insured for a ; rm f yeamat very lowrates. 1 o K A II A N DENTAL LA PORTE, IM.. FOR THE INSERTION OF EVI i Y Style of .IrlUicial TEETH KKOWK TO THE PROFESSION. Dr. M.-Kalian i the only Deal hit in V..rfh rn Indiana who makes Dr. AU'-n' C.-ritiiiuoaa Cum Work, invented by Ir. Alli-n of New Ytxk t'lty , ami h.i Iw-on t r.- .is. d l th. iuo-t . mucin Ii m i-i -fr the Wat ten Tear, and acknowhitid by tin- lu .... .1 elaaa of IK-nUtta to be flic very perfection afartiSclal teeth. They are united to a plat ins plato. which i the it inHv strurtihle metal k n. by meAnaof aailiricn- ,-. .inMini . which no acid ritn aflect. the wlnile piece beiug .roo aicainat any acid that ia produced in the stomach or month. The fiitn! and palate are flesh color being a perfrot imita tion of the natural puma and pal.ite. The whole pb-ce i without mm or inUTntice. leaving no plac for the lorige- j mcnt of (ovhI or other fon-ipn iiilwtaucei., ( .nsv,pn-ntly there i no offenste fulor or pn'rifl chalati"nj;lrcn off from the i month am cn-ninon with artificial teeth invrted on tlie old stvlc. The pim-e aiWHys remains nwei-t and plcneant in the ii. is oriinr.-r und more diimble than miiv other utile of work, I He also inserts teeth on the Vulcanite process, whuh in point ef adaptation and utility, atand next to Continuous I Gam Work. Person hen going to tbe trouble and expense or having teeth inserted, wish, of course. t"bne the wn best known ! to the j r..f -ssioii. and that wih -nn lie gratified, only by coins; to a lental Laboratory wberethe manipnlntor.iiiserts th- miMt atuirovrd ao-l atte.Urd stylus . iwib kmii pMYoud wishing to avail themselves of the BarrkcB of a Dentist who Is BL constant commni;iratirn with the nint learned of tke Dental profeashm, and SM kt e with at tha recent improTpmnts In Dentistry, wvulti do soil to visit Dr. McKaban. as be will gitarantt-r them sat i abac tion ant' the host style of Dental work known. n- also portrms all snrrl--'l oprmtlon of thr month romins; under ths hesal of Deutal Surgery, and treats all local disease of the mouth. Poraous resklins at a distance, wishing to inform thcra- S'.-trrs naorr fully ill rpfrard to Ilr. Mi Kahan's Tafiitnt work or Dontal . .. r.ii 1 can do so by latter, w hieb wlU receive prompt atu-ntkm. His post office address U Lprte, Ind. Where be is permanent!- located. flS-lv QREAT EXCITEMENT I'LYMOl'Tll ! IN SELLING AT Reduceci Prices ! M. Woodrow, Airont, IfavlnK received orth-ni from heart -quarter toareoiamodate all who are in aiit of anything in the Furniture and Chair liue, would resnectfWIy invite all sneu to call at his Old stand on Michigan Street, where he constantly keeps a good assortment of Cane and Wood Scat Chairs, BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS, Tables, Sofas, Lounges, WHAT-NOTS, &c, with tbc Largest Lot of Looking Glasses in Town, ASD AT TUE LOWEST PBICEÜ.-AL.0, Looking Glass Plates ofajl Ist, to All ap old frames, Liether with a large l.i.f GILT MOULDNIG. av-Fn&M of anvise made M m m sly rt ucu--."w Ready Made Coffins, of all kinds and siws. trimmwd to onler on short notice. A (rood Hearse to attend fanerals when desired. rrrcioaA riTMnm iin IKJ V W M-0 4SJI ST aw B u- -w- - r tj tolerance jo WOODBoW, Acat. FURNITURE. I cbT Um w o Mado Worls,, LESS MONEY, thin any Dry Goods Store, or EASTERN AND HOME MADE, .n.l mo.,,1 sell at pricks to suit the haro times.xJ n i r ti i 111 LtlSll MM lüf 111(108 ! E, PAUL. J ÄPOBTE MARBLE WORKS I-. s ii Wii u :v , il iiiufnctui rr of allkimU of Monuments. Tomb Stones II rail Stones, of ail Sizes and Forms, MAR3LE TABLE TOPS Barein Tj:, Cants Slabs, r., kf. i II will 4.-1 1 all kind ofw.u k hoaiK-i tlm any other f- ItaMMuanA in Northern I udiaiia c.n, and a:r..iit atis- fa-tioii inallca- lt. S. LENHAUT, (Jeneral Igest. A. BOYD, Local Agenf, Plymouth. foet i:i 3ü B LOOD PILLS AND BLOOD PURIFIER! iimsmiifiiMmi iiimnmiaiissiH C '-' atoci( sret. UUIili'MUiyi! Ba . a J. i Bk - wsti im MBMBBBT thy- -W DR. ROBACK'S Scandianvian Kemedies. "VVlion Ok. TioBArK. tlr c.lflr;it.J S-.v.-.lili FhTfirian, iiitr.vlti. v lir:- 111'kmI Ptirilicr ;iik1 Iü.hhI in tin- t'niti il : 'T "Z. .V!J."l:xZ. !."":r:"'a',.V .' i . , i im w.in in1: i.ii. 11 "iiii., rutii th.-m ll:i since biII lair ot hit hawlf . i; . . m"ii whose character for 401111. t jmlirement ami philosophy, Bjhea their opiuione weilit in the community, nun, win. observe, reflect, and nwkf asrutruic doubly pure" lforc they dcvt.lc- are everywhere upp-ovinK and urging tlie u?c of tbrse v..ni.rful l'reiiur.ttioli. All who cnfl.te in the wisdom ami lioin-atv of this claw, or who (SIBM to im.-sti-g ite for llaeaisadves iSTe inrw vi out niiml oil this iuiportaut Meet. The h el-fKr '. :i ;h- ;..isuioi. ef Ir Ttohack, which i at all tinara at 1 1 mill 1 1 to the public, aeta&tialMa the j-. FACTS That the üt.Wip rmiFIKU i blood tills have U-eu proved by analysis to CONTAIN NO MINERAL, Ttint they cure the u'.in.wt universal ri.uipluiiit, DYSPEPSIA, witli unerring certaiety, and in a very inrt time. That af IU .ill other iiie.lit inr have proved nseles, they lvlieve LIVER COMPLAINT, and n store the health and strenjrth of the ufTerer. Tliat SICK FEMALES, who have anirniliHl fir v.'.irs in lieljiii- weakness ! "l.-l..udeticy, recuperate i'h great raHlity under theii invigorating operation. That all sexialil MSaWfTtieS nre reim-ved br their cordial and ss ntie Jiiauljtms pioprtie. That they recruit SfTATTERED CONSTITUTinNS, however tliey may have Uk-ii iriflcd with and abward; ihf their .'ireet tendency is to leiifrtlten Iii-, and temler it eti ji.jaMe. That o'aM-atins; directly ujkjd the fufutm ) th AUoatt in tut b!it they CAUSE SOON TO HEAL, and dichara;o from the vitem, every taint of ScrofWa. whether herolitary or otherwise. That they RECRUIT THE DEBILITATED, and there is no disease of tbe Stoinnrh and Bowels, the Livsr the Nervus Svstem, the Skin, Clauds or Muscle, ARISING FROM IMPURITIES OR OB STRUCTION OF THE BLOOD OR SECRETIONS, in which tlaey do not Rive prompt rrlöf. and. (if ailtninia.- j tcred heft.re the very citad-l of lift: has been invaded,) ef- , R-arin mind that he SCANDINAVIAN VIXKTAllLE I BLOOD FILLS artender! by the exjverifnr' of thm. fret i iMiKfnu owl r,'rct eure. mi ls aflbdm wltiiest-, who. in letu.-r, ntndaviis, muuten; works, and by wont or mouth. mekiini them t tin very best preparation of the kind ever ofK red rotbe lwin dowu victims ef Ill-health. They btiLt di-f.-i.e through every a venae and orps'i of tbc system, and expel it tbor ois;lily anl Tiiuiucutly . No one Gin doubt their superiority after one single trial they are not only Is-ttsv, but, In fart, rhesper than any other Pills, lor at takes a leas nunaLer of thou to produce S t etter effcet. Price of the Seandinnrlan Veiretahle BIo-mI Purifier fl per boltle, or $.i laer half dWn. Of tli Scandiu;ivian VejretaMe Blood Pills. 2ö cent Mt hr,x, or .' lwT-s for I Read Dr. Robak' Special Notices and Certiorates, publisitedin a coaspicuons part of this Paper from time to time. ' : Dr. Bdaek's Medical Almanac and Family Advisi-i containing a groat aariety of interestitip and valnabb Medical information, cau ba- had gratis of any of bit Agents thioujrhotitthf country. Indimcialior cotndicated Tass. Dr. BohaeV mar be consulted personally or by letter eutlosiug cue stamp for tLs reply. A New Article ! Dr. Roback's Stomach Bitters ! A new and delightful Stomachic and Cordial, for giving tone to the Stomach, and r the prevention of billiou cusaphUnts incident to the Western oountry. Try tt. As s morning drink; to assist digestion und relieve Dys paosia, it bag no equal. Try It. In itaror it is superior to all other Bitters. Trj it. The formula of these Bitters, now (18T) tlM-s.de property of Dr. Bohack, originated with one ol the olicst and most eminent Medical Practiliouers of the cst, ami it ii-dtrcU-ly pn-dieated upon tho wants of the W.a-tefn rs-Yle. The.-.- Bitters derive tlwir Ua.ulti from the powvrfW Ionic nature of the rooU and hertw of whi. h they are com- tsited.aaeasthcTBre, by alUyin? sunBtural fratit ol the stomach, directly promotive of TEMPERANCE, the present protrieorbelka:s that in making them widely known the public welfare will l-c subserved. It will mtoa be for sale hy all of Dr. Roback's numerons Agents, and at Hotels, Av.. th country erer. In Ii e mean tima, r.ders will ho tiled direct from Cincinnati in any quantity, and at the lowest rates. It is pnt up In Qnart Bottie, and See rely packed in one dozen casea. Half dozen sample eaaas will, however, be sent to any aüdrebs, if desired! Bel.il Price, 1 per Bottle, or Six for $S, Principal offlea sndsalesroom . Ko. Kaat Fonrth street, od bniMins from Main Street, Ciucinoati, ebio. Labora- Kor nat in MarsbalK'o., bv Prrhinp ACo , Blatn Co.. and T. A. Lemo, Plymouth; Robert Cornwall. rVtirbon; John Kel-r. Utoomintr-rnirf: T H Statifr. and Jona !nfr Vri S"? Rxmmonil Sfrwt JZZZ. ÄB. ' ana M. rcbauU mm' rally throughout the l'nitetl btatmautl I ("-- OILS, PAINTS.nnd allkindaof Building Ma terial at ay 10 II. B OICKSON &-CO . ca urn "TEH VALPARAISO MALE and FEMALE ! The Valparaiso Male and Female College, under tbr pat ron of the North-WesUrn Indiana Conference of 1 Methodist Kptscopal Chorcli. U i,w in successful operatio 1. The location Is in the suburbs of Valparaiso, forty mile east of Chicago, on the Pittsburg. 1 ort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. For Imalth and morality the location is unex ceptionable. A beautiful brirk edifice, 48 feet wide bj 14 fcet long, tbrea stories high, ha been erected, and If now occupied. FACULTY. Rev. C. N. Simp. A. M.. PreHdrml and Vteuor of .Inc. r Langumge$ ami Literatur. T. D. CaW.it, A. B., PrtfeMor of Mathematics and Nat ural Science. , MisaC. A. Boll., TW 1 cker of Sormal Department . Rev. J. FuXWOBTH. Tut nr. Miss I-LI A CaBFBNtER. Toucher Primarii Department. Miss Mitv HeaTOM, Teacher of Intrrumental Music. Miss Maktha OaKCS, farer of Painting and Itrnmrinf. Prof. PutMiM, Prof or of Elocution. Expenses, Per Session. Tuition, Normal Department, First Grade, . $3 n Second Grade,.. 4 00 " Preparatory Department, 1 st grade, . . 5 00 2d grade.... 8 00 " Collegiate Department 8 00 Jinitor Fee, Normal Department 2fi " Preparatory & Col. Departments, 50 Instrumental Music. 10 00 v , ! . taking stii'tief in different department will be 'barged proportionately to the number in oach. The ;.-rm in arid French Languages, Vocal MiihI. and i 1'iiiiif ii l' will he tangttt, if clai-vs are formed Price da- eiiditiK ' the number of students in the cImmm. Tuition and Janitor Fee, inrnrUMy in attrawr. inlc- )y special arrangemant. Tuition, refunded in cunos of pro tracted illnv's. but Vx nothing else. Student should enter at the first of the term, bnt will lie received at any time and charg.Nl accordingly, das?- in T a nguages formed only at tli beginning of the rear. Kpec'al attention will hrirlvcn to tbe art of practical teaching, and clasc.-s Wined lor ex ercise in this" Department. ir ling can be h-id in private families forSl !M)to$2 25 L reut room and hor I t em xpcHjcd from fift to M-veut -llv mayl'j 'M Grin as a Remedial Agent. Tins DTdddOUS tonic stimi lant,- tupKchMy dfsittnr.1 fi.rtlienof flie Vcitical Profr, on if I tho Family, having yuio rcwlrd lit4M-:sllnl "Giiim," "Aru- Mttc," t'orJial." "Mrdirated. "$-liniin," etc., la BMW M!r'l by all of tli- ((ruminant physirtaM. rhmUM arid ! crwnoyiTur. as (k-fciug all of thoai' intrimic ni-tiiiiwl ; itialiti-a (ton ic und dlim-lic) whirl. In-long to nu Okl and l'uiv Hin. Put in quari Sattln and boM lv all drtipcUt. trroccri, Cr. A. M. MäTNttKR A '.. j ( iUtul.liklu.Hl in 177a. rr . X't. 10 p.- u l Kr Y..rk. rv T--ii.' fcv r. s. nRK a ., s.m rarfc Baw. x. r.. P. I). llitVIS, No. Br.-:id. N. York: I'KKSII'M; a CO.. Plytnonfli. Ind.: Jl'DSÖX SiCttMÜ, Wliul.- I Aji-iit, Kort WaBBMI Ind. I Onrlc'HKcxiTi.-ii. i-aiul familial it v with tliri'iirrMrtitt f 1rc .;i,it. a:.l our siiMrior lainM Eu-imir. rnabM to lurnili tln-m with choi.--Li-pior for umticinal nni taur.lv n-.-. Li31 ,3J OLK SALE AND RETAIL GROCERY HOUSE. NÜSSBAÜM k DAYIDSOX, Wholesale and Tttfa.il Dealers in FÄÜLY GROCERIES AND PROVISIONS, Fruits, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, L A It !, TOÜACCO, CItAKS, Wooden and Willow Ware ! In noli. itliiR tlir public patrotmsi" we irnn'.t r I ha ( urr k "r ,:"u " -t""- c.olp,.r.- rr; r.ro... ue I 1.1 .. ...:,i. ...I... 1:1 : .. .. 1 t'li 1111 .111, wiuei . '1.11 . isuineiii jii ii.- Trrl. Merchants supplied mitb Kliwyitl FS r.f all kinds en a faaorableterm-. all tiiiiiga eotiiilcred, ; ; u Le j a. . hascl in any market. .411 Orders nil4 with Difapafrh All kinds of COVXTUV PROJl t K taken at the HIGHEST MARKETPRICE IN EXCHANGE FOR OOODS. We resjiecffully return our thank to those wbi hats sa kindly patronised us during tbe pat year, an 1 bora by a rojM i attention t busiuess to retain all old . lutuaart and ain many new ones. rSSBAl.tl Ä DAVIDSON, til'tiM 15tf Kaft side Mieliicsa at rest. V. C . BLffi.. C. Bs TO AN BUCK & TOAN'S MAMMOTH HARDWARE STORE, KO. 1 WESTEPaVELT BLOCK, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WE would rcpectfullT inform tho citizens of Marshall uud adjoining counties that our ASSORTMENT OF Foreign & Domestic Hardware IS COMPLETE! We would invite the attention of all in want or BBrjtUaTSJ in our line to our prices, which have beeu mule to suit the times. janl9-ll BUCK &. TO AN AGRICULTURAL ImpJements of all kind fur sale at the Mammoth Hardware Store f j Bees: k Toax. 1VT AILS. All sixes, and tho bett qualitj at the aj Mammoth Hardware More ol "an 19-1 2 Bit K tc Toax. A LARGE STOCK of Cook, Parlor, Plate and Office Stoves, embracing all the latest styles and improvementsof Alban j and Buffalo manufacture. Prices extremely low attbe Mammoth Hsrdwsre Store of BUCK Sc TOAN. HAGS and Beeswax wanted in exchange for Goods at the Mammoth Hardtaare Store of f 1 1 3 Buck Sc Toan. lOPPKR, Brass and Old Iron wartet) at the Mammoth Hardware Store of 1 Btck &, Toan. HOUSE TRIMMINGS. A full astaortmeat at the Mammoth Hardware Store of 11 1 Boa 6c Toan GOLD, SILVER AND PAULIi HON BY WATD AT THE llamrooth Hardware Store 0f , süii r -. -ssr BUCK 4 TOAX. A LARGE assortment always on hand at the A Mammoth Hardware btorc 01 pS SSSBB Bl'CE L Toan. A XES. Lippincott's. Blood's and Bements, ' 7 sa a Bf. sa. ara (warrented) Axes, tor sale at the Mammow Hardware Store of Btca ac tea.