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n 1 s i ! . .THE- IS PCBLISUEI) EVERT TIICKSDAY J Year, Jv?'J-? or s Months .A.t SO O'ts. fop Three months. TERMS. Payment In advance. RATES OF ADVERTISING ",f Y, y v win n com n colu'a colu'n coin n Inch 1 ywr. $8(1.01) -ftO.nO J2S.00 815.00 $1X00 $8.00 months. 4C00 20.00 I Cool 8.00! 7 oO 5.(X) 3 months. 20.00 12.00 7.00 6.(10 '00 3.00 I month, ll.oo 7.00 5.0(1 4.0M S.00 2.00 I rgyi, 6.00 4.(KI 3.001 2Jml 2 00 VOO JOHN MILLIKAN, Publi.ber, PLYMOUTH, IXD. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Poat Office Directory. Office open from T a. . to 8 r. M. Money Order mud Register office open from 7 a. x. to 7. p. m. MAILS CLOSE AS FOLLWS : Goin East, 9:4.1 A. x. Thro' mail, 8:44 r. X. Going North, 1:30 p. x. Going Wert, 8,85 r. M. Thro' mail, 8:S5 a. m. Going South, 11:30 A. jc Bremen Mail arrives Tnesdav , Frid.iv 12 x. uvnans i neenav c rmaav, 3 p. x. Marmont arr. and dep. Toegday & Friday, 12 x. " departs " 12 x. Walnut Hill and lakeville arr. Tuesday, Thurs day and Saturday, at 2 p. x. Departs "Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 a. m. W. M. KENDALL, P. M. Church Directory. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHCRCH.-,Tohn L. Botd Pastor. Preaching on Sundav at hall past ten, a. xH and at seven p. x. Sundav School nt two o'clock p. m. Class meetings Sundav at 12 X., and three oclock p. x. General Praver meeting Thursday evening. Young folk's meeting Friday enenki. 500 Rolls Wall Paper just received at Post Office Book Store. March28-t. All Wall Paper sold at P. O. Book Store trimmed ready to ban;. March28-tf Last Sunday the Measles and Show catue near taking t)le town. The next M. E. church social w ill be at the resi dence of Mr. E. J. Thompson, next Tuesday eve ning. All are knifed. C&rdnt-r & Brothers have opened their new Shoe store on east side Michigan street. Go to Wash Kelley's for the best Wag ons. Buggies and Carriages, first door north of Machine Shop. Forcpaugh bought some good horses in Ibis place last Monday. One of his team horses died here. Oct). Roos, the horse buyer, will be in Plymouth on Satuulay 18th, Monday 2Jth, and Tuesday 21st of May. Our Episcopal friends have been refit ting and painting their ".Sanctum-Sanctorum," and expect shortly the oixJination f Mr. Yumli. The right of continuation will be ad ministered this evening at half past seven o loci, at St. Thomas church, bv Bishop Talbot Kfcijciors Noticf EWer J. M. Stephenson, of Cliicarn. will preach at Antioch. five wiles south of Plymouth, n Sunday, May 2(ih, at 10 ;:o o'c lock u. eu. "If Bro. Boyd will giv' us his views on proper recreation, and the show he may t-rvc the canst;." This he will do for he was there. J. L. Botd. Dr. Gould, f Argos, called at our office on Monday morning 1 iM. His visit to tUe place was professional, and had noth ing to do with rings jwditical or rings cir cus. The respective ages of the young Pas tors of English Churc hes here, arc 29 and SI- Mr. Boyd, the Methodist Pastor, is thirty-one; Mr. Ynndt, the Episcopal Pastor, is twenty -nine. A reception will be given, by the ladies of St. ThoniHs P. .' churt-k, to Bishop Talbot at the resi dence of John C. Cushman, Esq., this Thursday evening, at 8 o'clock. The public are invited. W asii Kellet is manufacturing from the best materials and with great care, Wagons, Buggies and Carriages, of the best (styles, and he intends to keep a good stork constantly on hand. All work warranted. Show day did not develope much of the bad in human nature iiei. There were a few mild cases of plain drunk. Two ot self-defense not very vigorous. A few love affairs, and the general hilarity which prevails on suck occasions. Our devil made an unsuccessful attempt, it was his first) to amputate the thumb on his left hand, with a card cutter. He gave it up before he had it cut halfway through. He thinks it was a careless trick but It hurt all the same. Bnff Store for Sale. H. B. Pershirg offers his store for sale on the most reasonable terms. Any part wanting to engage in the business can get a bargain of him, and lease the premi ses. Stock all good and suited to the trade. Call at once and see him. rn22w. New Boot and Shoe Store. Peter Stegroan recognizing the fact that Ply mouth is a growing place, and that the people of the town and country vill wear shoes, and that they will buy where they can buy cheapest, has purchased a large stock of new and fashionable boots and shoes for ladies and gents, which he is determined to sell at the very lowest! figures. He also makes to order for cus tomers. His store Is on Laporte street, four doors west of Michigan street. 16-" John P. Early has sold his flouring mill, in Laporte, to Cyrus Strong & Son, from Central New York. Mr. Early has purchased the steam mill at Walkerton. It lowers ones ideas a little of the gym nastic and equestran performances in a circus, when he sees one of Fourpaw's dogs perform the feits with quite as much skill as his most active and intelli gent men. The dog was very modest too, and appeared as though applause would have frightened him. The prize package swindler the pea nut pertler the candy distributor the big snake the fat woman The Aztcck children the ice cold lemonade man, and all that usually make their appearance when a big show comes to town, ex cept the Monkey that leads the organ grinder, and the beautiful young lady who gently taps the melodious tamborin, and sings sweetly in an unknown language, were here on Monday, and made things lively during the cay. They are all gone now and with them went a pretty large pile of greenbacks. We take pleasure in directing the atten tion of our readers who desire to insure their lives, to the Prudential Benefit Assosiation of Ixdiasa. It is a purely mutual company affording insurance at actual cost, and is under the management of thorough business men. The Asso ciation recently met with a loss at Peru, which was promptly met by the payment of $1,000, the full amount due to the beneficiary, named in the certificate of membership of the deceased. D. F. Ray is the special Agent of the Association for this count v. A pleasing surprise was given to Miss Bessie Bakbek by her school mates, on Tuesday last, who went to the P., Ft. W. fe C. R. R. depot to bid her farewell, as she was about to leave her home in'Plymouth, for a new one in Ohio. Below we give the names of those who were at the depot to grasp the hand of their friend Alice Barber, Ella Reeve, Alida Whit- more, Anna Whitmorc, Julia Ilervy, Lend hell, tame Millikan, Emma Nichols, Stella Nichols, Loui Pierce, Olive Arm strong, Belle Tuttle, Nettie Smith, Acas sie Elliot, O. A. Hume, Allie Moriil. Personal Our friend and for the past year printing office companion, Mr. A. B. Dunham, took his departure for Bur lington, Iowa, last Saturday morning. He had for some time been our book keeper and foreman in the Repuulicax Office ; but failing health admonished him that Plymouth atmosphere did not agree with liim, and much to our regret he left for his old home in Iowa, where we hope restored health ami better pay, will make him happy. During his stay with us, he and his young wife had become almost like members of our fami'y and many here supposed they were. AVe hope they will ee better times. The District Sunday School Conven tion which met in this place last week, was a very successful one, In point of numbers and harmonious action. A full report of proceedings will be found on the first page of this paper. Among the delegates from neiglilxiring towns were, from Valparaiso, Buggies; Wt-stville, Dr. T. Travel and I. San ders: from Laporte, Mrs. McClure, John P. Earley and daughter; from South Bend, Rev. G. M. Boyd; from Argos, Rev. Aaron Wood and G. W. Nash, Esq. There were many fibers we cannot now name. Mr. Early and his daughter and Mrs. McClure, gave us a friendly call, and Prof. Ruggles, honored us with his com pany while he remained in town. Amusing Questions and Answers. Nice At the children's Mas Meeting at the M. E. church on last Thursday evening, Rev. G. M. Boyd, of South Bend, ques tioned the schollars by way of application to serve his remarks. Mr. Boyd Boys ! does it pay to go the Beer Salooon ! Answer, No! Why not Men drink Beer and get drunk, and loose their character. What then? They get killed. Get killed, is it pomtiMe ? Well next Sunday morning If you look down on the banks of the river during church tfme, and when you are going to Sunday School, vhat will you see ? Answer. Boys and men fishing. Do such go to Sunday School Nor ' ' ; ' - Where do they go ? To the Saloon. . s Dont it pay to go to the Stdoon, fish on Sunday, get drunk, get in jail and some times get killed? No! ' ; ' ' No it dont pay, and now Prof. Ruggles will sing us the song, "Will it pay," and I hope you boys will only do that which will pay. . -.. - - ,. - The speakef had no knowledge of our Saloon murder here; but with the boys could but hear of the fruitful source from which ' nine tenths . of murder and crime come. . . The above questions and answers is a temperance sermon worth preserving in Plymouth. Contributor. W. W. Higgins is the Liberal Republi can Central Committeeman from this Dis trict. Laporte, Argun. The people, of Michigan City will be glad to hear lihat he is liberal in some way. ; The Public Schools in Plymouth were not quite so well attended last Monday, as usual. Some of 'lie pupils were being initiated into the mysteries of the effect of low diet and the meascls ; but a larger portion of them were hearing lectures on Natural History in Mr. Forepaugh's large and airy hall. At night some of them were studying astronomy by gazing at the stars in the circus ring. . It was a great day for the girls and boys. MARRIED. By Rev. L. Nebeker, in the M. E. CMreh, at West vine, on the 6th inst., Miss MILLE, only daughter of Rev. R. H. and Mary A. Sanders, and Mr. JOHN C. GORDON, of Argos. Attention Farmers. WOOL ! WOOL ! ! WOOL ! ! ! Wanted, 50,000 pounds of wool, and as much more, for a large Eastern factory, which has given us the order to purchase that amount, for which we will pay the highest market price in cash, home made flnuuels, jcaus or dry goods, or any other trade to suit the parties. Don't fail to call and see ns oefore selling, as we wiil make it to your interest to Bdl to us. VVe are paying from Tfl cents np to one dollar per pound according to quality. , Laueh & Bhother. Plymouth, May 5th, 72. may9-3w. Iowa Aebraska. Kansas California. Advertising nlone does not produce success. The thing whii a is advertised must have intrinsic merit, or else large advertising will eventually do it more harm than good. If you have anything which you know to be good, adentit it thormujUg, and you will be sure to succeed ; if it is poor, don't praise it, for people will soon discover you are lying. iuch is the policy of the Bcrlingtos Route. which runs to three great regions in the West : 1st, To Omaha, connecting with the great Pacific KoaUs. 2d, To Liuco'.a. the capital of Nebraska, and all that beautitn' r-rion south of the Platte, filled with R. R. lands Mid homesteads. Sd, To St. Joseph, Kansas City and all Kansas points. The roads are splendidly built, have the best bridges, finest cars, the Miller platform and coup ler, and the safety air brake (to prevent the loss of life that is every where else happening) ; Pullman's sleepers, Pullman diuing cars, large and powerful engines (to make quick time and good connections), and are in a word the best equipped roads in the West. So that if you desire to go safely, surely, quickly and comfortably to any point in Southern Iow a, Nebraska, Kansas, or on the Pacific Roads, be sure hat you go " By way of Burlington." All who wish particular information, and a large map, showing wwilj the Great West, and all its railroad connections, can obtain them, and any other knowledge, by addressing General Passenger Agent, B. &, Mo. R, It. R., Burlington, Iowa; ARE YOU GOING WEST ? If so, take our advice, and purchase vonr Tickets over the old reliable and popular lUUsouri Pa cific Railroad, which is, jmtitirrlr, the onlv Line that runs three Dailv Express Trains from St Louis to Kansas City and the H?t! and is, w Hrel,i, the only Line which rnns Pullman's Palace Sleepers and the line l)av Coaches (f.fm,j for mnrm,)) equipped with .MUicr's f.rWj flarorm aud the Patent Km,,. f)ml, from St'. Lotiia to Kan sas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Ijtwreuce, Leaven worth, Atchiuson, St. Joseph, Nebraska City, Coun cil Bluflsand Omaha iriilmui ,1.. !.,: Kor informa tion in regard to Time Tables, rates, ice, to ap point in .Missouri, Kansas. Nebraska, Colorado Texas or California, call upon or address I. G. heeler, Agent, Missouri Pacific M. H. 72 Llovd St., Bullalo, N. Y.; or, K. A. Fom, Gen'l Passenger Agent, St. Lotus, Mo. A'u trouble to aiuttrer tpteHtio! THE GREAT CaL'SE OF HUMAN MISERY. Jnrt Pnblirltal. in a SeaM Erelnp. fViVe . rrutn A Lecture on Nature, Treatment, ana Radical Cure of Seminal Weakness, or SpermatorrlKea, induced bv Self-Abuse, Involun tary Emissions, Iinpotency, Nervous Dehiiitv and Impediments to Murriaze generally; Consumption Epilepsy, and Fits; Mental anil Physical Incapacity etc. i!y ROB. J. Cl'LVEKWELL, M. D., author ol the "Green Book," etc. The Wor'l-rc-nowned author, in this admirable Lecture, cletrly proves from his own experience that the awful consequences of Self-Abuse rauv be eitectnully r amoved without medicine and without dangerous rurgiea! operation, bongies, instru ments, rings, or cordials, pointing out a mode of cure at once certain and effectual, 'bv which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may lie. may enre nimselt. privately, and radically. This lecture will prove a boon to thousands and thousands. Seut, under seal, in a plain envelope, to any ad- n-ceipi n si a cents, or two posta stamps, by addressing the publishers. Also ur. Culverweit's "Marriage Guide," price Address the Publishers, CHAS.J.C CL1XE&CO., Post-Office Box 4,56, 127 Bowery, N. Y, Oct26-ly. DR. WILSON'S cough ivnxrunE This MrliHn U th prpsrrintion of retrnlar , Hint ltllH ' tl linnl In iijimV ; rs T i At. Ii It enryri Cougltri.rohlr-. r.iio. Whooping 0tnj;h , Anthma. It-flani morion of th I, mi t.H. long I an Ui u;; Jnuih of"OiikTrvn i rl'i- t.i-ft lefllrMj.V k liuA li &,uli bj Hi I dHHier in iHtliciue ut -iU cents FURGUSONS WONDERFUL OIL! The best Liniment of the Kg. Cures Bhi-nmntism. Nemalgm Chilblains, Ttrnisea, Sprains. Kleali W.iuiidn, liiirns S alil. Sore ThroTT or (j;iili.. , Frost Blten. in.ii should l.e lined uiinvo a ijinimt.nt rfie'ired Wounds. Viiiigniia. c, ihii- ) .,rnail on l..re. MKuomng tlii. the world in iU of llliuibll medicines to iin.w, u))uli the crwl-ilitv of the sicK and affliolen, ihe iiroprictora of theae U. innrs re lievethe Inner ol all i llume of I, jnr deceived l.v fmly miaranteeiiig Fiirgnsoii a Wouilsrtiil Oil and Wilson ngh Mixture to give entire Krj.t..n.jon and heretiy suthorie dealers to refund the noney and charge back to ns whenever they fat I to do so Larr Bottles, only do ceatai Sold everywhere WEBB'S VEGETABLE Worm Confections Are a pfwitlre and neilT remedy for the RetnnTHl o! rt onus t hey w'e deasmit to I i'e i t e, and Mliy .-I.IM m mfce . t I mil rill Id h;l Worms .Vol! V 111 lion;e OlHI I lie HtiM.ite ll-rnngel WI'd Variable. olt-li more orli iri j v Tiieie is inekintg ol i lie nose. Iiircn. dirtimlieil blwri ing in l In- rleep. r 1 1 . t m e ol iim teetn , bowels costive. Ttie child is soniftinies very pale and hki. i ii ttu-heil Tin a few of iht B.vinitonnof Worms, w hich without medi- h to rHnovrtlniriTT"iTroTTT tl-s. Hlld tie'l entl.v fevers. 'J'o reinov the Worms hiiyW nidi's Vpg tHhie Worm Sold7TTrrdTth"r"iii" f 'ontpcl inn. Medicine st zA At Wholesale hy C. E. W EBB & bK(.. Ill nayisia f'roprTeTmBcktiOB, Alich"- " " "" """ Castoria is a scientific vegetable preparation, a Perfect substitute for and more effective than Cas tor Oil, and is pleasant to take. It cleans the sys tem in a most remarkable manner; does not dirtress or gripe, but operates w hen all ofher remedies have failed. It is certain to supersede Pills, Castor Oil, Narcotic Syrups and all other purgative and excit ing medicines. The Castoria contains neither Min erals, Morphine nor Alcohol. By its emolient, soothing effect, it assimilates the food and prodtu cea natural sleep particularly adapted it to crying and teething children. It cures Stomach Ache, Wind Colic, Constipation, Flatulency, Croup and kUls Worms. Make your Dragjrist send for it; he will always keep it, as every family must have it. It costs but fifty cents a bottle. J. B. ROSE & CO.,, Si-lw 5a Broadway, N. V. firoffrif,-?. TO THE LADIES! Mrs. Duuham has now opened, ready for inspec tion,, her si-piRiirsra- styles MILLINERY GOODS, Such as Hats, Bonnets, Ribbons, Flowers, Laces, A-c, to which will be added the novelties of the season as the seasou advances. Bleaching and Pressing done to order. Hoop Skirts always on hand, or made to order. aprllmS O. H. P. BAILEY, DEALER IN Groceries, Provisions, Crockery, Glass and Qiieensware. ALSO FLOUR & FEED. Ha Scales Attached aud ready at all times for weighing. Highest Market Price Paid for Country Produce. !"2FA11 goods delivered free of extra charge. Plymouth. Oct. 5, 1S71. lv MONEY SAVED By purchasing Groceries of PERSHING & WELCH, At No. 3 Michigan St, Who are now tifft-rins nd sellin0 goods as cheap ns The Cheapest ia this Market, For Oaxh asul l'roi!cr. " Ve. keep a full line of articles, such as are kept in a inrucery and Pic vision store. We also sell Lime, Plastering Hair Cement and Stttceo. Cut a LITTLE LAMB we have not. PERSHING &, WELCH. Plymouth, Ind., May 1, ISTmyltf NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE, BY SLAIN & HOGLAN. Who have just opened one oi the Inllest and mo complete stock r,f goods, in their line, consisting ) Groceries, F rovisions. Glassware. Queens ware, Crockery ware. Wooden ware, &c. that ha e-rer been Offered to th cjtiZonnt Firm omh. One ttoo South of Stain's Drn Store, where to y purre'on eelline the lel quality of goods as cheap i, - ever sold in Plyin outh. Give thema call. n :-tf NUSSBAUM & MAYER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ON THE EAST SIDE OF MICHIGAN ST. PLYMOUTH. IND K' EEP EVERY THING OF THE beSt (llllltitV in floor linA. m-liifli tl.av n-i. pose to Bell on the most reasonable terms. They will buy all kinds of COUNTRY PRODUCE, HIDES . AND PELTS, or which they wtll pay the highestmarket priea fn ra9K, - . Furs being made a specialty at this house, all per sons who bring thoir Coon, Hnskrat, Oppossum, Mink. tter. mirl other Ftim ran el Mimail thai they Mill receive the highest, cash price. Oct: lz-mu. NEW LIVEHY STABLE. Am C. TIIOHPSOiVS, LIVERY, Feed and Sale Stable, JUhe Old Buckeye Stand, near Parker Cense PLYMOUTH, IND. Mors,,; Carriage, and Stcighs to ,et. And Horsos boarded on reasonable terms. n27-tf . '.. 3D IR, -"ST GOODS YE! '"SHEAR HEAR tO"To the People of Marshall and adjoining Counties: THAT WILLIAMSON & CO, Have brought one of that ever was seen west of Alleglianies. of the Prints, Percales, French Cambrics, Poplins, Newport Stripes, Dolly Yardens, Alpacas, all the New Colors, Yelours for Dresses and Trimmings, Mariposa and Yosemite Marseilles, Jewelry in abundance, Parasols, and Umbrellas, Summer Satins, Japanese Stripes, Japanese Silks, by the yard & Patterns, Plaid & Striped Mulls, Splendid bleached and unbleached Muslin, beautiful Shawls, I very cheap, ! Poplinettes, All the latest and newest styles and patterns in Linen and Lace Collars and Cuffs, Gaiters as low as one dollar. Fine French Cloths and Cassimeres, Tweeds, and all other kinds of Prnt's Goods. Carpet Chain, Trunks, Satch els, and so many ether things its no use to try to tell you all; but cail and see, and you will see the half has not been told. WILLIAMSON & CO. GREAT EXCITEMENT ! ! 3M. SCIKSH, CO.. BETWEEN THE. TWO HARDWARE STORES, WILL, FOR THE NEXT THIRTY DAYS, SELL THE Nicest Prints from 8 to 10c per yard.. o Mnslins from 10 to 12 l-2c per yard. o 1TICE BLUB IDIEIIIILvIS For 12 1-2c, worth 18c, per Yard. Denims for 16 2-3c, worth 25 Cents. o HICKORY . SHIRTIMG, Six Yards for $1.00, worth 22c per ycL Nice Ginghams for 12c per Yard. Sells in other Stores for 18 cts. ALL OTHER GOQOSJN PROPORTION Remember that these Goods were purchased expressly for this market and will be sold lower than was ever sold before. OaJl and satisfy yourselves before pur chasing elsewhere. YE ALL!!! the most tremendous OF GOOSS I You just want to step in and see the piles' loveliest Imperial Cords, Plaid, Figured and Watered Satins, Swiss, Bishop, & Victoria Lawns, Stacks of Notions, and Trimmings, of the nicest quality, and of every des cription that can be thought of, Repps, Plaids, Gros Grain & Plaid Silks, In White Goods they have Plain, Striped & Checked Jackonets, New Style Corsets, Ladies' Leather Satchels & Baskets, Ready Made Clothing, Hats and Caps, Cotton Batting, Cotton Yarn, I) T A ! j r '"'-''''