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Horace Greeley and the Demo
crats. Since the nomination ol Mr. Greeley for the Presidency, the Democratic news papers have brought out so many excel lent traits in the character of Mr. Greeley, that it seems strange" that they had not discovered some of tlietff before. But times change and men change with them. Times was when Mr. G. could see noth ing good in the character of a man who had been reared and educated where slavery was tolerated and the slave holders, and the "poor white trash" in the South considered it a crime for a Post master to hand out a copy of Greeley's Tribune, to a regular subscriber for that paper. Now we are told that Southern Democrats are anxious to make Mr. Gree ley President. Mr. Greeley's feelings have evidently undergone a great change recently. "When he was a military man, and the rebellion was in full blast," Presi dent Lincoln was entirely too tender hearted to tuit him. With more zeal 1 T . - i -. ... umii uiscreuon, ne denounced the inac tivity of the administration, and by the power he exerted upon the readers of the Tribune, forced the military authorities to make unwise moves but now his war like spirit has left him and he is willing to permit every body to do just as they please, if they will unite to beat Grant, and the Democrats are willing he should. They are even willing to help Mm, provided they have no chance of electing a Democrat. The following from Mr. Greeley, in ;the Tribune, was published just before the aiomination. It was a splendid bid for the support of Southern delegates, and .perhaps had its effect : Certain journals speculate on the pro Jjalility that the Tribune would support this or that candidate if nominated at -omcinnati. They have no data and no warrant for saying that we should object to ary ol the persons named. We have .said that, if the Convention should see lit to place its candidates on a platform hos tile to . the Protection of Home Industry it wouit; therein' niwliulo m- Ci,,,.t; acd vet we have not said that thev S. gj. mt'$ Column, C. H. REEVE. ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. 30 YEARS A. RESIDENT. Practices in Marshall and Ad joining Counties'. Collections a Specialty BuPrnearofGnwrdlans and Administrators caw HARDWARE I ! LAND AXD INSURANCE AGENT. THE OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY BEST COMPANIES REPKESEXTEI) IX KORTIIEKX IXDLVNA. Greater qnantity, better quality, and better loca . j.i-t, x.ainie jur lejjs money, ami on more favor me terms man can he Had ol any other person, FOR SLIE AT HALF PRICE. them iniirJJt not vviselv tn wlmt u , st ruin us io.ppose their candidates. If a misjcnty f the American People want free Trade, they ought to have it no matter though this or that individual be displeased thereat. In that case, candi dates who .respond to the sreneral aspira tion can do without the support of this or that newsper. We have only ured the ConveEtion to use language that un equivocally expresses its meaning; if that meaning be Free Trade, let there be no , mistake and no dispute about it. v e shall in no case dissemble or dis qualiriy our conviction that protection .has strsagtisened and enriched our coun try that it jjas saved us from a conimer--cialoolkpse and crash consequent on the .clotseofour civil war and that it now gives work at good prices to hundreds of Uious8J2ds who, under free trade would be -wandering in quest of emplovnient, glad ujwjepi nan tne wages they now earn But whether the Cincinnati Convention shall enable us to approve or oblige us to condemn its action, ourresolve nevermore to deserve the name of a partv orean will stand. ' W e tried to indicute this in a speeehjon -ur return last bummer from a visit to Texas. In that speech, we offered to pass Jvceipts with the Republican paitv, ollset ting debt against credit and considerim the account balanced. We annoyed manv Kepujlicans ty exposing and denouncing the carpet bag villains winch have heaped mountains of debt and taxation upon the prostrate, devastated South; we at the same time offended the Democrats bv justifying the anti-Kuklux legi.-lation of Congress as essential to theprotection and security of thousands of the inoffen sive and industrious Southern blacks. " e praised the Northern born teacheisof Southern blacks, well knowimr that they are unpopular with a large majority of the Southern whites ; and we declared that we had, in a brief address on a steam boat deck at Vicksburg, '"hoped the time would come when Americans North, as well as Americans South, would feel just pride in the soldierly achievements and military character of Lee and Stonewall Jackson." All this, we knew then, as we know now, is inconsistent with the rule of an organist, which we were trying hard to repel and throw off. Yet journalists and other retail politicians, who have al ready read us out of the party at least thrice, are from day to day doing it again as though this were a novelty. Is it not a waste of breath ? A party organ is regarded by its sup porters as hired and paid by them to whitewash their leaders, leeislators, and functionaries, while blackballing those of the opposite party. It is not expected in fact, is not allowed to have any con science, nor to avow convictions which do not conduce to its party's uecess. If the organist should ever dare to have a mind of his own, he is promptly and cogently reminded that he is "bought with a price," and must demean himself accordingly. Party tile-leaders will write him that he is "going counter to public sentiment" that is, to their conception of what the party interest and ascendency uumauu. xi Liicia. view- lie is ft rnn 10.000 APPLE TREES, BEST VARIE- IIES, AND OF ALL GRADES. 20,000 GRAPE VINES, BEST VARIE TIES, MOSTLY OLD ENOUGH TO BEAR. Large quantities of SIBERIAN CRAB. AMERICAN ARBOR VIT.E, QUINCES, CHERRIES, CURRANTS, GOOSEBERRIES, ARD OTHER SHRUBS & BERRIES. Goods to be paid for on delivery. Or ders may be left at my office, or with Hugh A. Brown at the Post Office. I want to clear the ground, and desire to re move the trees as soon as frost disappears. Now is your time to secure an Orchard cheap. WANTED A good epsn of horses, 15f to 16 hands bife'h, square steppers, smoothly made, free lrom blemishes, good disposition, four or five years old. WANTED To hire man inJ ,.,., u t er for general labor abont house and f arm, ac quainted with care and use of horses. The latter to do irpnerftl hnnaA ii'nfL- l?..tK ... v.. . , , , , ........ 1 -v-Lii uiun uc lieai, or derly and steady, and willing to remain a year ages liberal, and work light. &Priti- C. H. REEVE. Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railway Time Table. Sunday, .Tan. 11th. XOKTUWABU TUA1XS iSfo. cronnsr hciiam, GENERAL DEALEi, I J Hardware. Stoves & Tinware Would Invite the Attention of those in Want of NAILS ujuaoo, Blacksmith acd Car penter Tools. ROPE, ALL SIZES. JOHNHOHAM Has the exclusive Agency for Marshall IPvON SASH PAINT OILS, forks, :ts, EL SPAD X CUT SAW WOOD SAWS. MEAT SAWS, DRUGS! 3D. Chemists and Druggists, SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN AND GAN0 STS, Keep constantly on hand a complete stock of Bruff8nJfIedicines Chtmicttls, Paints OILS PERFUMERY, NOTIONS WALL AXDW1ND0W PAPER, TOBACCO, CIGARS, LAMPS Strict attention given to the compounding of Physiciaw Prescriptions an. Family Recipes ; and dispensed in the most scientific manner. G. BLAIN & Co. patent 3fttf ttmtt $. To any person producing any .Medicine able to Show Ollli-thirri an limnv livintr ntmflnint kiimui Dk. Fitleb's Vegetable IUieumatic Kemeli : : and a ..ler mean! of $100 for any case of Chronic i ,u n"ra-manr iwiciiuutiiMii, ixeuraigia, Mneu-, auu contains one Dottle fi led with s. -o- r- ,i BIRD CAGES. STRAP HINGES, PINE SHINGLES, POPLAR SHI NGL'S SEAT SPRINGS. fJCGGY SPRINGS. BUGGY AXELS. THIMBLE SKEINS WAGON HUBS, WAGON SPOKES, BENT FELLOES, Or Tnfljlmnitorv matic A!?UH. Sciatic nnrl lihenmutittm f iUo k'iil. ney8 it will nut cure. This Rheumatic Syrup ' nwrf tuwiir'tii nnlii, pleasant to the taste, and guaranteed free from injurious Urnirs. It. is not & f mick Mn. FLUTING IRONS, nft,,nTW "D r,r KlKTirvnP2 i Cine, but the scientific urescrinrinn of P I Or LD.e OUU I H R K I ) LEATHER DO ! M- ," Vmtvianr of Toxicology and Chemistry, CHILLED PLOW I always keep a full stock of Points, Landsides, Mold Boards. No. 23 South Bend and Fort Wa y n e Steel Plows Silver Plated Castor?. S . .u.i.ou ojjus, onver Knives and Forks. Smith & WessonRounW n,,-. an sue., cdrnuaor itDHars, Bara Dior Railing iievcjivinsana smuy Horse Rakes. LACE LEATHER, BABBIT METAL, HEMP PACKING, RUBBER PACKING SAW GUMMERS, RAT TRAPS, BUTCHER'S MILL TILLS, FARM BELLS, PISTOLS, Plated es, My Mono is "Small Profits and Quick Sales'- Old Line Drug1 Store, o H. :B. IPXSRSHIIffG, STATIONS. Ia.i-iii. 1X0. 3. 'fiii, tol ; chicai; KXPR'SS I KVFUKHS tndianHpoliii, Brow-n's. .Iames rattleton, Bock's, ftritton's. Noblfsville, Cicero, Arciiiia. Btiena Vista, Tipton, Jackson's, Slisrp?Ti!le, FairtieM, Kokonin. P C(f-st L Crossing, nassrille, Bennett's, Miami. Bcnker Hill dossing, Shups, Per a. C'Mirtor. "Kel River, Deeds, Birmingham, Lincoln. Wauner'a Rochester, Snrgeon, miller s Walnut." Railsback, Arsros, Plvmonth. Tjner, Knotts' Walkertnn, Kankakee, Stillwell, Laporte, Michigan City, 6.5i am 7.08 ' 7 in 7.: 7.3S ' 7.4 " 7.5N WW " ' 8 311 " 8.43 8.51 " 9.01 " !).(i9 " '.t.il " 0.2ti " " 9.43 " 9.48 9.S7 " 10.17 " li.00 ' 11.16 ' 11.2.1 " 11.30 " 11 38 " 11.44 " 11 62 ' 12.15 pm 12 2rt 12.30 12.35 ' 12.42 " 12.47 1.07 -1.24 " 1.30 ' 1.41 1.52 2. 4 " 2.24 ' 3.20 8.00 pm 8.18 " 8. :ill " 8.42 ' 8.50 S.."S " 9.12 " rt.28 " 9. ::7 ' 9.45 " 9.58 " IO.07 10.19 ' l).-'9 " 10.43 " ll.litl " 11.12 " 11.17 " U.J2 " 11.33 " 11 55 " 12.3" A M 12.48 " 12.55 " 1.02 " 1.10 " 1.16 " 1.24 " 1.40 " 12 " 1.56 ' 2 01 ' 2 08 " 2.13 " 8.36 2.53 " 3.01 " 3 13 3.26 " 39 " 4.00 5.00 " Xo. 5. Tfil.EPO 2..TO PM 3.08 " .:.: " 3.31 " 3 39 " 3 47 ' 4 J 2 4.17 4.2'i " 4.35 ' 4.48 " 4.57 5. MS 5.17 5 Jin " s.: " 0.48 " 5.54 ' fi.oo ' 6.10 6.311 " 6.40 " 33 3Ft XJ CS-JS , ' oaps, Toilet DEALER IN M ID 13 IC X 2NJ" lt2 , laiioin-r.v, .... v., . wi j tAiiitij;j IIIIU viieiiiisiiv, graduate of the celebrated I'nivcrsity of Pennsyl vania, A. D., ldSS, w hose entire prolcssioiial lite lias be'ii devoteil specially to this disease. '1 his prepa nitioii, under soli'mn oath, is conscientiously be lieved 10 be the ouly Positive, Reliale, Infallible Specific EVER DISCO A'ERED. The proof that no other specific exists is found in every community in persons afflicted for many years past and still suffering. j Ji'cu cnf',1 vitre it. If n lircijic tliii esit, llii, ironlii uttt It n, n fact that must be universally admitted. The' oft deceived sufferer may wisely ask, what security or evidence has he that DR. FITAER'S RHEUMATIC SYRUP WILL CURE IIIS CASE? The protection offered to patients aisiinst imposi tion is in a lepilly signed contract "which will be forwarded without charge to any sufferer sending by letter a description of afflicting; this guarantee will slate the sxact number of botih'S warranted to cure, and in case of failure the monev paid will be returned to the patient. No other liemetly has ever been offered on such liberal and honorable terms. Mistical advice, with certificates from prominent Physicians, Clergymen, etc., w ho have licen curat after all oilier treatments Jailed, sent by letter gratis. Alllicted cordially invited to write for advice to the principal office. 29 South 4th street, PHILADELPHIA, PENN. lr. Fitter" Rheumatic Syrup is si. Id l.v Druggists G. BLAIN &C0., Sole AgtV PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. 0.uiii7nm Broa., Me Agents, llourbuu, luilitit.1,. 'jE place" to1u:yy6ur Furniture Cheap! IS AT XOKTON'S SHOP. OS MICHIGAN STREET, SEAR THE IRON RAILROAD liHIDE, PLYMOUTH, IND., W tiereyun will linil none Inn ilil.e,t irk. ri. h will Up ni, cl.eult r lliau y..u call uuy elsel-r in this futility, or inn itli-r ci.iintv. ALL WORK WAIII1A X7'EI, So Come and S e Me, And test the truth ef the altuve. VEGETABLE CURE. Cures all diseases cansod by felf-alrose, vis r Sper matorhea, Seminal weaklier, Night Emissions, Loss of Memo.y, raiversal Lf smtde, Pains, in the Back, Dimness of Vision. P.-emature Old A-e, Weak Nerves, Difficult Breathing, Tale Counten ance, Insauiiy, CouMir.r.nion and all that follow as a sequence on youtl.M im'.iscretious t2T 1 his medicin. has been used in our practice for many yeai-s, aud with thousands treated, it low not failel in a single instance. ! SIT- Ei-cb osckage of Vetvtahl fi i. u m ultra-manne blue pwr, printed in go!d letters ami contains one bottle filled with Snaar Coated PUls, and one vial of MedicrJ PowdenT to make one-half pint of injection ; and Syringe. ta-Kice f5 iwr package, by mail free of oKt age, or tliree packages by excess on receipt of Ten Dollars. The "Vegetable Cure" is sold by resnonsinle B-niggists everywhere ; some dealers, however try to sell cheap and worthless compounds in place of this, in order to make no; money. Be not de ceived, ask for this Five Dollar Preparation anrl take no other. If llie d.ealere do not keep ii en close the money in a letter and we will send it return mail, secure from obsctvatinn Ladies or Gentlemen uniting for treatment, w in stale their syi.i.rtoms in full; they need not hesi tate on account of their inability tu visit us, as we have tn-ated patients successfully in all portions irf the continent by convs-ixwiience. I'atieuW atidi-essiug ug will please slate plainfy all the symptoms, aud write Pt llftice, Comity, Slate and uanie of wiluv, and tauclose Postage Stamp for lvpfy. We desire to send our tiuMy-t-.v;, page pamphlet entitled 91kh and U'omiu its lnvalil$ to every reader of this pajier, am! will mail, m e, u dozen or more copies to any pcrsou who will lum.J them to tfieii-friends. Address as follows : Sf. I."ix M tfinil Axviieiatliiii, 117 X'n th Siu-lfi street, St. I. mi Mix:,, mi. by net 10 eiw;ittyrl i sis. INSURANCE ASSNCY OF A.C. & A. B.CAPRON, 3D I 4 A t. Prescriptions Carefully Compounded. r-i o , Pg!1.Sundavsfrom3 l-2to to 1-2 a. r andfrom 2 to 5 p. m SOUTHWARD TRAINS. STATIONS. Michigan City. Laoorte. Stillwell, Kankakee, . ti , . - fc- w a iwji iu uc -aiKerion, niuijijeu mm spinning, spinning ever, for "-notts' tl-ioif .1 ...... t ,1 1 . l . . . -. Tvnar iuii au.ouio;;c nuu llcieciaiLOn. W Uat- ever the future may have in store for us, w hoever may be nominated at Cincinnati, Philadelphia, or elsewhere, we have re solved that this journal, at least so long as its present editor shall conduct it, will not be a party organ. We shall do our best to make it a good newspaper, giving all that happens which seems to us of gener al interest, and commenting thereon with absolute freedom, though this should con strain us to praise to-day the party or the men whom we had reason to censure yesterday. No. a"j ; Mai1 'si. t. So. e CHICAGO IcHlCAGOl TOLEDO MPKE8S MPEE8 KXPBESS Harry Richards was awarded a verdict of $70 against the city, for damages re ceived by injuring his foot in a dilapidated side-walk. This establishes the fact that the city is responsible for its dilapidated old Bide-walks. Laporte Argus. We hope our city lathers will make a note of this, and save the town the ex ; peuse of paying for broken limbs and sich. We know of some walks that are sadly out of repair on the South side. Montgomery of the Mishawaka Enter prise offers his office for sale, on account of ill health. A good opening for an en terprising printer. Tvner. Plymouth. Argos, RaiUback'a M Walnut, Miller's, StnrgeoD, Rochester Wagner'a, Lincoln, Birmingham, Deeds, Eel River, Cearter, Pern, Shops, Bn'er Hill Crossing Miami, Bennett s Owille , PCiSiL Crossing Kokoroo, Fairfield, Sharpsvillj, Jackson's, Tipton, Bnena Vista, Arcadia, Cicero. Noblesville, Britton's Beck', Caalteton, Tamefl , Brown's, Indianapolis. 8.55 ah 'n oo " 10.03 " Iu.17 10.27 " 10 37 " 10.43 11.00 " 11.19 " U.24" H.31 " 11.36 " H Ai 12.05 ph 1217 " 12 25 ' 12 31 " 12.59 " 12.36 " 12.43" 1.18 " 1 36 " 1.56 2.05 2.10 " 2.16 " 2 32 2.37 2.49 2.57 " 3 07 " 3.16 3 29 " 3.37 " 3.46" 4.02 " 4 16 " 4.23 4.32 " 4 45" 4i8 " 11.50 ' 12 10 Al 12.22 12.32 " 12.42 " 12.48 " 1.07 " 1.27 " 1.83 1.41 " 1.46 " 1.52 " 2.05 " 2.17 " 25 ' 2-31 " 2.39 " 2 46 " 2.53 " 3.10 " 3.35 " 3Ai 4.05 " 4.10 " 4.16 " 4.35 " 4.40 " 4.54 " 5.03 " 5.15 " 6.25 " 8.38 " 5.47 6.56 " 6.12" 6.25 ' 6.33 ' 6.41 6.63" 7.08 " 7.25 " 6.15 a 6.23 " 6.43 " 6 62 " 6.67 7.02" 7.15 " 7.20" 7.32 " 7.41 " 7.61 8.00 " 8.13 ' 8.22 " 8.32 " 8 48 ' 9.00 " 9.08 " 9.16" 9.29 9.40" 9AS " Meat Market- SAMUEL MOORE, In the late Dr. West' Build in,, mi. Jni, ...ii . r.t A D Dkll . o : I ..w " ... vm a. ... m ii 1 1 jjv 9 oiiver- mitb Shop, on Michigan si rest, keeps the very best of all kinds of heat and Ea usage, and sells them chP 15-10-tf. FIRST IN THE FIELD ! A NICE LINE OF DRESS GOODS, c SUCH AS PHi'k i 'rr '"J!-6, J''ish P,;p,i? Plain a,ul Wa,c"'J Silks' in Interns, Fin Llack Uio Gnu i hilk, yory liandsi.me, a big lot of Wash Poplin, plain ri -ure ami striped Also a nice lot of striped. Black and White Vie" s goods which will 1; S!)jd .-heap. Hamlsome lot ofblackand colored Alpawis. Fine assortment of the Dolly V arden Lawns and Kepps In Domestic Goods 1 have got a lariro stock of Calicoes from S cents up, & Muslins from 10 cents a yd. up. G I N G II A I S, I HAVE GOT DO MESTIC AND FRENCH VERY CHEAP. FULL LINE OF CLOTHS, CASS1MERE, FLANNEL AND COTTON CASSIMERE. IN MEN'S WEAR I XE A CONPLETE STOCK OF READY MADE tt Sk?rLlUNG' WHICH 1JCAN;SUIT THE POOR AND RICH IN PRICES AND QUALITY. A FUr.I, I.IVE p hitc ,vn CAPS ALWAYS ON HAND. Remember that I have a FINE ASSORTMENT of HJC;?a,,emf .Ladies: Gentlemen's t i n i nuvjvc immeu uoous w.ii ue som cheap for Cash ..Il1,mnfe.hWtollaveallniy friends and customers look at m'vti,,. W " W Hill's RRk.rv D troubletow Goods. The place is one door south of SIMON 33EOKLE All Ply ni. Kluils of nitli, IihI., Sfit. Kepaiiiii Done. iNil. at-i.l-t!. C. PALMER & SON, PL1MOITII ! INSURE YOUR LIVES IN THE OF XEW TOKK. DEALER IS iuov nairs. Look i it (Jassrs, UeU Nju in s:ii sintl ALSO L'ulertiU?r'K Triminings, tVuluut & ISoxeuood toliinn, AND CASES. Cash Assets, Over $50,CCS,0CO! J333 JEBS JO. CGS- 9 FEVER MD 1EDE CURE WILL POSITIVELY CURE ALL MIASMATIC FEVERS, CHILLS and FEVER. OR FEVER AND AGUE, DUMB AGUE, F Vr TlrfrrTSi TS1GIIT CHILL OR NOCMJLL, aHFS, EEhT ( COMMONL V CA LLED cS4 GENERAL DRB1LITY, LOSS OF APPETITE, OR ANY OTHER FEVERS CAUS- Jzn MY MALARIA ang3-tf Manufactured and sold Wholesale and Retail by PERSHING & Co, Plymouth, Ind. Wlih , pK-a Hw.r- nil on reasonable terms, nt the old stand of G. 3. Cleveland. On Laporte Strest, CHARLES PALMER & Plymouth, Ind., Sot. 4. 18 . SON. D52tt IF YOU WANT. ANYTHING IN.THE Furniture Line, ON REASONABLE TERMS, GO TO THE GREAT Fl'RNITURE DEPOT OP K I. AMMAN & CO., Fust Side of Michigan St., Plymouth. Ind. Coffins and Melalie Burial Cases Kept on hand nd furnished to order, with hearse it desired, on the mst reasonable terms sep28-Iy INDIANAPOLIS, gRYANT & STRATTON, PRACTICAL Business, Military & Lecture A New and Practical System of American Education T .. . IF. R. T. BROWN, President. t. j c'rcular aud particulars address the Superin. A L. SOUTHARD, Iadianarolis, Ind We ir.rwnf the f.llowiii mmnd n-lial le Insurance Companies: Jnferncttiovat N. Y. $1,000,000 Frttnklin. I'ltihul. Jphia. ...$;!,2lK",UM Hrtrfford. of Hertford '2,!ir)(1.00() Union, Su.i Fiuueixco, I,'213,0(H We will iTOe pn)iriRs nn .ill clauses of insurakJe proiierty, m favorable terms A. C. & A. 11 CAPRON, Aaent8. Febl'72-IT TUTTLE'S Picture Gallery OVER BBOWN & PERSHING'S DRUG STORE,) Plymouth, - - Indiana. PIlOTOttRAPHS, GEMS, AKD AIWBROTYPES, ken In the best style of the Art. SATISFACTION GIVKN :Ot rtrrh tw nS , fr "'"S!" case ot incurable catarrh. Dr. Merwtn's Vemtah e ri.n.h r- cinC ."APJ!? ?n PI" of me,li! A.rf i. 7 ik. iL . i ' "ipi oi mtrty cents. Ji e,,7"gh to our pamphlet, entitled "Man and Woman aa Inv.iiri." tn Jr. j . -.an paper, ana will mail. fr HrM . Frames always kept oh Hand :0: Prices to suit the times. Leukvlle, Rew A1aj & Chleago Short and Popular Route TOilt POIJfTS EAST WEST, NORTH & SOUTH Trains lea Wanatah at.n TRAISfc NOBEH. uiios: 8.52 A, M. Niirht Exiimh vr Uiicaeo Impress, H.56 A. M 657 7.36 A. M. 2.41 P. M Freight Train. arfmr attflcJ;I to Preifht Traias for ths of Pa""eere h -"h to U. II. G. MIrVTY, r.-V?OPER' New Albany, Ini. Gta'i Ticket Aoest, New Albaaj, Indiana.