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i., -i ii. . i.. i . , . . ' Hi,, ii I, . ., , ., , - . . -im. -i- . - . '.')''. " ? JOHN MILLIKAN, Editor and Publisher. PLYMOUTH, MARSHALL COUNTY, IftD., DECEMBER 26, 1872. Vol. XVII No. 7. ATTORNEYS. . . CBAKET. . K. KICHAftDSON. Chancy Hiohardaon, ATTORNKY9 AT LAW and REAL ESTATE Agents, Plj-moutii, In-i. Office in Hoham's ew block. V ill practice fat llarshall ud ad joining Counties. ttf J XOT ARTS' PUBLIC. AMASA JOHNSON. Xr?T.KRTLac' attorney, Connaelor at Law, j3 Authorized ar Claim Agent, Plymouth, Ind Especial attention given to the settlement, of Esl ;,'!' Conveyancing, and the collection of Soldiers' Claims for Pensions Bounty, Back Pav, and all ? 5 " Claims. Office on Michigan atrWt, over o niiuxm store. , 34tfJ R. O. LOGAN, ATTORNEY A I' LAW and Notary Public. Office Brownlee's Block, over Becker's Store, ry month, Ind. Collections a speciality. jyl3yl ED. S. FISH, Attorney at Law, Jiutux of the Pence, and Insurance Agent, OVER the Post Office, in Kendall's Block, Ply mouth, Ind. jylSyl CARP. O. MUSSULMAN. Attorney at Late, Heal J-Jstate, and Collecting Agent, llfOX, STARK CO., INDIANA., WILL PRACTICE in all the Conrts of Stark, Marshal) and Kosciusko, Counties. The pay Meat of Non-residents' taxes promptly attended to. jel3 0IX. JOUK DARNELL. CoRBlN & DARNELL, ATTORNEYS AT LAW. Will P:act:ce in Mar shall and adjoining Counties, in everv Court than called upon. All business promptly attended I to. Office in Corbie s block, second floor. Ply-1 wwmlu, iiiu. junxy-iy M, A.oTPAC KARD, 4 TTOHNKV at Law and .Notary Public Room lcony Block, Plymouth, Marshall John s. bender, V''fA-RY Public, attorney at law, and War A -claim agent. Office Balcony Block, Ply noDth, Ind. 34tl A. C. 4. A B. CAPBON, ATTOKKEV8A COUNSELLORS, Heal Estate and Collecting Agents, Plymouth, lud., are practicing In the law courts of Marshall and adjoin ing counties, and will give prompt attention to all legal business entrusted to them. General collect V!S"nu S"r urthern Indiana and Southern Juchi-an. Particular attention given -to the settle int of decedent's estates and guardianships. iJeeds, mortgages, and other contracts drawn up nd acknowledgments taken. Office, Brownlee's .Block np stairs. A. C. OaBORNB. w. B, HESS, NOTABI PIBLIC OSSORNE & HESS. f Drof I hn , Lr,t"l u p J ,4 11 m l lwn .- T fW Vlll . Al . ll tticular attention gWen to real estate business, titles csmiDiKi ana auited. Collections made aod yromptiy remitted. Office on Michienn Street a ew doors orth of the barker Uouse, PlymoaSk, J. O. A S. D. PARKS. VTTORXKrs, Connsellors at Law, Notaries. PBhhc and Aut.kori7.jd War Claim Aents Booroma lad. Especial attention giTen to the set 7T, lL Ett.neyncin-, and the collec tion of So'.aiers Claims for 1'ensions, Bounty, ack Pay and ail other War Claims. 34tfJ PHYSICIANS. DENTISTRY. T3r. F. VON.VLECK Fall Set of Teeth for $20, One-half Set for $10. I'LVMOUTH, - - ind. W. i ACOBY, M. D. fiiYaau ivs optsii'ivt SLnr.U), TroaUE Ceases according to the most unproved and scientific plana. Special attention jpen to Chronic Diseases, Dis eases mf Famaies, Deformities, &c.; and perform U oserations in Sergery. OQica and residence on Michigan Street, third .door south of the Parker House, nearly opposite the .Sauk, Plymouth, Ind. 15 -A. C. KATC9ETTB, O. S. 7RAKCE, M. D. ORS. MATCH ETTC t FRANCE, 1HYSICIANS SURGEONS, BOUHBON, IND. The doctors request their patrons to call early in the day to insure prompt attention to patients in the country. Special attention given to chronic diseases aud operative aurgery. Office alwavs open nd one doctor In constant attendance no-iu. DR. J. S. LELAND, PHYSICIAN and SURGEON, Argos, Indiana, at tends to all call promptly. m29vU - T. A. BORTON M. D, HAS removed to uis netr residence, one door south of his former dwelling, on the east side of Michigan street, where he may be found and con sulted professionally. 34-yl A. O. BORTON, DBNTIST. Office 2d story Post Office Building, i'aeth extracted without pain, by the use of Nitrous Oxide (or Laughing Gas). Teeth; from one tooth to a lull sett, so cheap that the rich and poor can all get them. Office open all day except Mondays and Tuesdays. 34tf C. R. REYNOLDS M. D, REGULAR Physician and Operative Surgeon, of fers his professional services to the citizens of Plymouth and surrounding country. In addition to the treatment of diseases common to the conn try, special attention will be given to Surgery, the treatment of surgical diseases of females. Night calls in town and country promptly attended to. Charges reasonable. Office and residence on west side of Miobigan street, three doors north of the bank, Plymouth, Ind. f,34tf OR. HENRY HOLLOWAY, OPFCE IN BALCONY BLOCK, LAPORTE, INDIANA. Teeth extracted with the most approved inatrn- TMth fit Ind In a nmfessional manner. Full set of teeth made of the best material, and warranted as aood as the best. anl8-tL Ceo. M. Dakln M. D. sician and Surgeon, (Successor to Dr. A. Teegardea.) . LAPORTE, IND. Dr. Dakln fives espscial attention to the treafc Mnt of Chronic Diseases and Diseases of women. He believes that disease is debility importance of tUalltyT that causes of disease are depressing and lower-vital power; and, therefore, selects such rem. edies areators and strengthen vital functions, and gi vo s better renewal of life.' He gives nothing to pal down) to reduce, to prostrate; but brings to beaz-avery influence that tends to build np and etrengtheih Consultations free. Correspondence requested: - Send stamp for circular, or call and see him. Office lu Davidson' New Jtarbte Front Hnild fng. swriaty MISCELLANEOUS. - McCURDY HOUSE, SO0THldeP.rt.&C. R. w Wasatah, Ind. Frank McCnrdy, Proprietor. Convenient and extensive accommodations. Mtf E. Mook. j. Wmt. Moore &. West, Manufacturers and dealers in AX HELVES and Pick and Hammer Bandies. Cash for good helre timber. Orders solicited. Sltf. PLYMOUTH, IND. C. L. BRINK, PLYMorrn, ini., F3ROPRIETOK OF 1 HE PLYM outh llHinine Alill, and dealer in Lumber, Lath, Walnut lied Stuff, &c. South of the P. Ft. W. C. R. R., also, manufac turer of Mouldings, Brackets, and Scroll work of all kinds and patterns, at prices more than 60 Der v " vu-uiEw auu .'j iiw auh.ee rates. Ana the work is warranted to be interior to none jyi3yl EXCHANGE BANK BUCK ToA., Plymouth, Indiana. WE BUY AND SELL FOREIGN and Domestic Exchange. We receive Deposits payable on de mand, and make collections' in any part i " ciuieu outies ana n,urope. We issue Letters of Credit and draw drafts direct on our correspondents in over l."W cities in Europe. SOFFICE IN OUlt HARDWARE Stows, Xo. 9 Michigan st. jnlySOtf ixroTiX r p. (uektv im:t:M Sure Indemnity apHinxt l bv Fire. Seroiid to none lor .strength, Saleiy and iveliut.ilit v All tried in the "World's Great Fire!" capital. Lnixrial Fire In. Co,, Ixni3on, Sb.OOO.OOO Iix'tranc Co. of Xurth Am rka, 3,:J;57.48;i " Under urittrr," of Xeic Tork . . 2,.,00,00 J Detroit Fire and Murine In. Co 450,000 Total. AZtaa Life Ins. Co. ?14.-J8T,48!r .. . 15, l-0, OS? Grand ToUd .$2ii, 40.-t.175 C. W1HTJIORE, Agent Also, Ascntforthe sale of Tiiinos. Or gansand ilelodeons; cive botti r l;iains t-i f ... 1 . . n . Vc " wmi, "r nil ume. r reignx, : Jp V''er, ana &,00 always given ne. dcc!4-l3-. C. WHITMORE. Ag't. NUSSB AUM & MAYER WHOLESALE AND RETAIL CHOOSERS. ON THE iEAST SIDE OF UK Hid IN si PLYMOUTH. IXJ) TZEEP EVERY 1 MING OF THE i-.- K...ii mt ru,.;i. .r'.'"'" a, tir-ict, ii iu i it v in iniir imu a i..k t, . . ill buy mil kind, of COUNTRY PRODUCE, HIDES AND PELTS, rt.icb thevwtll.j r tlie hiphei.tm.irkft pries in cash. s"r line made a xperisltv at tliin bona, all per sons who Mit.g ,,.iir Con. I-jkrat. tt...suni. Mink, ttrr, and ittlier Fur. inn tn- aaanx d I lint they will nwv the bigbpst. cash price. octI2-nii. W. D. CAMERON mCRAXT TAILOR AND OEAI.ls.lt IN CLOTHS, VESTINGS, Cimeres, Trimmiu's, Etc ., lie is also gettinsr un cloibine in thr is alsti gettinsr up cloibing in neves' uud lest stj les. ' All work warranted to ive satisfaction Cutting done om the sfiortext notict i What I Know About Trimming. Since the days of our grandmothers, there has never been Slir.h a mm far trimmmm nnnn i.,t;...i dresses and suits as this year; and the most popu- material, put upon the dress in .'!e ?Tcttow' na(le tr?m . ; 'i'o trim dresses at the n resent dav withont the a variety ot styles, i ous Sewing Machine attachments would be an im- ! fMJHlUllJiy. .4 y ":? in .P"cago has just invented am improvement for all Sewing Machines, with which to put on the fold as fast and as easily as an ordi nary hem can be made. The same implement is also a practical Binder and good Heinmer. It is being made and sold by the Leslie Ruffler Company, and is a valuable addition to the Sewing Machine. It is called Koming's French Trimmer, and will be sold by all Sewing Machine Agents. CAMYfyo Evening PoM. I.eslis RurrLEn Co. 848 Wabash Av. Chilli. ARE YOU GOING WEST ? If so, take our advice, and purchase your Tickets over the old reliable and popular Missouri Pa. etfie Railroad, which is, positively, the only Line that runs three Daily Express Trains from tit. Louis to Kansas City and the West! andig,ri tivtlg, the only Line which runs Pullman's Palace Sleepers and the fine Day Coaches (xtpeaaUu far mons) equipped with Miller's Half, and the Patent steam Brake, from St. Louts to Kan sas City, Fort Scott, Parsons, Lawrence, Leaven worth, Atchinson, 8t Joseph, Nebraska City, Coun cil Bluffs and Omaha wUKohI chunge! For informa tion in regard to Time Tables, rates, &c, to any point in Missouri. Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, Texas or California, call upon or address I. G. Whkeler, Agent, Missouri Pacific E.R.U Lloyd MlSiso? K A-FOBD' Gen1 IWnger As trouble to niwr queiliont! JOHN SCHULTHEISS, XAarraoTttBXB or Oak, H- rnrss,' Upoer Kip and Calf Leather, JlicHiOAK Street, Plymouth, Ikdhka. twaighest Cash price paid , to Bides and Pelts, prll-sf. . . I Sold Out. Ilaving sold my flouring mill, I desire to settle all accounts. All persons In debted to me will please call at the mill where I may be found for the present. dec5-lm. J. M. Shoemaxeb. The best Boys' and girls' in gazine, and the Marshall Countv Republican at greatly reduced rates. We will send the Marshall County Republican and Dkmobest's Youno America, which is $ 1 00 for oue year, to any person ho pays us $2.50, Dkmorest's Young Amer ica is always sparkling with entertaining Stories, Poems, Music, Puzzles, Games Travels, and other pleasant features ; is profusely illustrated, and cannot fail to amuse, instruct and elevate, and assist to make the lives of youthful Americans use ful, truthful and happy. 2-tf. Jcst Opexed 1,000 pieces, of vard wide English prints at 12J cents; others ask 75 ct tor same goods. Also, 2,000 . itces of silk and wool poplins at 75 cts, cost nearly double to iuipoit. 1,000 pieces ll iuc. an worn casMiueres, iia new shades) 75 c s", others ask 1,25 for same goods. 20 iicces ot silk clo king velvets at $G. 1,000 pieces of black Mohah, aipacct at 50 cts., others ask $1 for no better go ds. We are now opening over 1.00 eases of winter dry gootls of every kind and description. Buyers can rely on saving at least one third, their money. C. V. & E. Padriuge & Co 11, 10, 122, and 124, Slatf; Street, (uear Madison Street) Dee. i'Z, n5-2w. Chiea-o ... A ..-:.i 1 1 , ? Messrs. OglesK-e & Mattingly are now ready tt purchase all the saw logs they eaugei, and will pay the highest price in cash for good saw logs delivered at their uiiii, in Plymouth. Uec3-2w. B. W ixssbaiim's -Estate. The fondly of B. Xussbtium was left almost geiiinelj '.destitute by the de structi ;ii by tire of their property. A !,. - ....( 1 . "' people in uus cuaiiiy were tndeitled lu B. A ussbauin at the time ot uis Ueatu; but ihe books and papers con lauiiiujg evidence of their indebtedness weie uumed up. Now, as Administrator ot 1 Uc estate, 1 appeui to the justice and honor of ail who are indeolcd to the estate to eotiic forward ana make payment ol what is jiistl) uue. L. Nl'ssbauji, lice. 19, '72. Administrator Removal. & Co., will M. Rcoe remove their -Meat Market to the room next door north 'of aliunde. i-kkouser & Dial's grocery, next i ... . WCVK' retney will Have a neat room f r their business, and vull keep all kind of meat, and of the best grade, for their customers. dec. lU-u Notice. All presons indebted to us are request ed to call and settle forthwith, as we must close our books. Buck & Toan. nl2-3w. Timber Wanted. Wes'ervlt & Cooper are paying the highest price for Whte Oak aud Burr Oak Timber. Ties, Lumber, &c. Dec 19, '72. 3W. To all Interested- The undersigned requests all persons indebted to him, to call at his store and settle before the first of January, 1873, as he must collect what is due him. M. ALLilAN. dec. 19-3w. The Great Chill Cure! That king of terrors, 'lit? Effluvia Mia- niuticH or malarial noison. so Inn. r, it- . o victonous inarch throughout the fairest portions ol the count ry, has at last suc- cumbed and found its mi..t.p. on.l many a hard night battle Ir. the racked i , .'..-( Hlll and fever parched b.idics of men, women and children, n .w trails its dark banner in the dust before the use of Dr. WdhofVt Great A.rti-Periodic, the most reliable, safe and speedy cure known for Chills jaad Fever, Congestive Chills, Bilious f ever and all other diseases of kindred nature. Every family should have it, because it is a family medicine; every family should use it because it is as safe for children as lor adults ; and every family should buy it, because it is cheap compared with all oth er chill mixtures "in big bottles," that contain perhaps more water than medi cine, and which if not dangerous are as worthless for good as for evil. The Celebb vted Arotlb Bitters, made of true Calisaya bark and pure old Bourbon, are the safest, most pl- asant and most refreshing Bitters now known, and have stood the test for twenty years. Somebody lias made a present of a pair ' f pantaletts to McDonald of the Demo :U. He complains that they don't lit. Mr Gurney has resumed editorial con irol.ol .the Valparaisx) ViieUt. Bouriion. Ind., Dec. 10th, '72. Mr. Editor: In the last issue of the Repcblican there appears an article that for thinness, andgeceral Jbck of truth and principle, head the list of anything that has appeared since the adoption of the new series of readers and Muellers for out schools. .-: The Board of School Director, at the commencement ot the present term of schools, after consultation and esumina tion, agreed to adopt the Independent Readers aud Spellers, for the use of our schools ; and, as a matter of course, there was considerable opposition to the move. This opposition has been fanued by the sublime eloquence and superior knowl edge of one or more "we" attorneys, and a bookseller or two. Now opposition to any move of a public character is con-eel and prooer. nrovidin? it lma truthful base from which to start. Suppose for the sake of argument,' that the change of books was not nractieal at i Would it not be much more wi-n nnrl manly in the opponents to publish facte backed up by substantial evidence thau to attempt' to deceive thoie who are not posted concerning the school, and the uooksthal have been used iu the past ? I venture the assertion that there is not an intelligent citizen in Bourbon who will not condemn the article referred to, as ialoe. That your readers may again see the charges raade and interrogations asked, I refer to a lew : "Our public schools have again been forced to submit to an entire change of school books, tico or firtt titnes a zr," &c. Now who is there in Bourbon that will not say at once, the above statement is false? We all know it to be a mistake, and ask the writer, or any one else tcmention a single cnange in the text books in our schools since the adoption of MeGuffVs series of readers and spellers, more than twelve years ago, until now. lie says, "an en tire change." He knows that to be a groiS mistake ; the readers and t he spellers are the only changes. "Is there ever to be an end to this constant change in books? This constant change in school books has become one of the greatest nuisances of the day. The tax for the new books ordered every term of school if not oftener," &c. AVe deem comment upon the above unnecessary, and only ask the people in general to attest Jo its truthful ness. -' lie asks, "why arc our people not al lowed a voice in the matter of book changes?" I refer him to the school law ; let that answer his query. In f.ict, ilr. Editor, this disaffection over the change of books, is more nearly personal than otherw ise w ith those most promin- 1 . . PPMmon- And s,' disposi nous, ii allowed, would destroy every iu teriist aud benefit connected w ith our pub lic schools. Sr fur as I know, if the pu pils aud teachers could be let alone, the school will in time prove the chauire to be of no damage. As to the jwcuniary beuelit derived from the change I know of none. I presume if there is any it cau easily be found out. I simply say there is none, and ask the pro.:'. I conceive, ilr. Editor, the entire amount of writing and foaming in thediffere.it county papers, for some time past, an enormous misrep resentation of facts, foreign Irom "he wishes of anything like a respectable minority of the citizens of Bourbon, and only characteristic of the head .-.ud pen of a disaffected old granny. I to not write the above for the purpose of controversy, I think it but justice to the public that these false charges be shown up. And as this is the first article that has appealed in detense, it will, in all probability be the last ; as truth will prevail over the head luiatuuuu ami aianuer. Lei us iiava peace, . should be the motto of oarentH teachers and school officers, if we would show our public school a success. Citizen. Fifth Avbsce Hotel. XT - . - . . rEL, ) . 1672. ii Co., ) .new iokk, ix ov. visra, . Messrs. Scribnkr, Armstrong Sj 054 Broadway. N. Y. Gentlemen: I am informed that sev- fn, p..t &ta?ley--- various publishers in Chicago, Fhiladel puiii, ct., as uaying oeen written by me. i here take the earliest opportunity to declare all such works, or books, to be spurious, and wholly unauthorized. I have looked over one book, prirted in Chicago, and I can positively affirm that there is not one original line from my pen in it; that the book is composed only of extracts from Livingston and Anderson's book, and my letters which appeared iu the New York Uerald In the extracts from my letters, which the enterprising bat thoroughly unscrupulous publishers have issued under the form of a book, I detect over a hundred typographical er rors, besides several absurd blunders about African geography, which those ignorant of Africa would naturally have committed. The only book that I have written, and whieh is gentiiue and original, hears the title of, "How I found Livingston in Cen tral Africa, and is published only by your firm, and which is copyrighted according to law. - . Hoping you will take the earliest steps to warn the public against this fraud, and encroachment upon my rights, and to in form them that there is nothing in the spurious works but a rehash of Livings tone 8 books, and mv letters t'. the Hendd I j - - . . i and tbat( the pictures are also trom Liv lngstone's books aud from illustrated pa pers, i remain. Tours very truly, . HsHT M. Stan LB Y. Socth Bend, Ind., Dec. 14, 72. Editor RApcblican : We trust a "atickfull" or two from the "Lowell" of "IIoosiejdomn will prjve of sufficient in terest to merit publication, and believing that othing ventured nothing won" although we never expect to "set the world on fire," or make our name immor tal by att mpting to "hold a candle to "I. P. G" of West townshiD we will proceed and give you "take" number one. The Tribune says a colored man living on a farm near Slishawaka, buried the child of the woman who was put off the train at fWs plrce because the child hud the small-pox, and is now down with the di.sease himself. He claimed that he had it years ago. This, we suppose, is the same women that was put off the train at Plymouth Saturday r vening, Nov. 21st. She mttst have come north to Laporte, thence east, again until she was put off the train at South Bend. After stopping here a short time, she started with her chil dren eastward on foot, and finally brought up at Mishawaka when ber sick child died and was buried as above stated. But little sympathy is felt for tire woman because of her brutal nature. She little cared who, or how matfy she exposed to this loathsome disease, and would force herself upon the charity of others without acquainting them with the condition the child; and whenever the authorities of any place would meditate taking car ol them she would ".-shake the dust" that place in a hurry. Everybody says poor woman, somebody ought to care for her." This is true. Somebody ought to care for her ; but who is it Let us ask each reader if a case of small pox came to their door, would thev take it uuiw i, ur .senu it on to the next neiirhbttr" as others did tliUnonr wmnm uouiu we a-tfc them t o do the one r Could we blame them for doing the other? The cold nights of the past week have induced the forlorn bachelors to spread overcoats, door mats, &c, over their vir t 1 .... . A 1 . IV 1 tuous toucues ior coot comiort, as wc am attest. We are told that two drunken women were locked up by the police, at different times this week; and another climbed into a sleigh, and fhe horse ol couse ran away and broke eve'thing except the intoxicated woman's neck, which was pity pity for the broken cutter, we mean This speaks well for the morals of South B but we have forgotten ourself uur tKo ot a "stickful or two" has nearly if not ouite filled a 'Vniw ,n,i we will pocket onr "rule" for the present , , .uu I raternally yours. Cliff. M. Brooke. Two or three news items furnished by our correspondent were in type before ins letter came to hand. B.VLLOC'h ilAOAZINE FOR JANUARY. hi spue oi me big iioston tire, when the I'liuuug tsmoiisument ot l homes & Tl not was iiestroyed, Ballou's Magazine i....w; us :nuearnce, looKing as fresh and nice astbouirh it had never met with trouble and disaster. Jt is a little later than usual, but better late than never, we sav, sucn a universal lavorite is concerned, for we alwavs liked the sprightly magazine, and we find it is gen erally esteemed in families lor its enter taining reading matter, giving more for 15 cents than other magazines do for 30 We congratulate the publishers tor their much, anu energy in placing their publi cation before the public so soon after the big fire, and we hope the people will re spond by subscribing for it all over the wnion. mat is the way to show svm pathy for those who have been unfortun ate. Each person who sends $1.50 re ceives Ballou's for a year and also a beau tiful chromo ot moss roses or lilies as a gratuity, l his is handsome and should the means of inducing- thousands to ocuu .11 ineir names, a mono- itm tents of Ballou's Magazine for January is a nice sea stry, a number of pieces of g.u iweiry, nan a uozen interesting sto nes, some adventures and other matters of interest. Only $1.50 per year, and 15 uecis single copies. Address Thomea & luinoi, oo ijromneld Street, Boston. Some one has felioniously 6tolen from the Republican office, a satchel, made of oil cloth, one shirt, a black neck tie with a flower woven on each tab, and a new pair of nine dollar black pants, the property of Abram Clark, an employe of the office. It is supposed the articles were taken by Fisher, one of the scoun drels who attempted to rob Henry Bra kdl Saturday night 14th inst. Fisher brought a shirt and some hand kerchiefs to the office and left them, un doubtedly for the purpose of making an excuse to be around the office that he might pick np such articles as he fancied. He took away the articles he bad left in the office without the knowledge of any one in :he office. He pretended to be an agent for a traveling .heatrical company. The following resolution, offered by Dr. E. W. H. Ellis, was unanimously adopted by the Grant Electors of Indiana, at their meeting on the 5th inst. : ' "Baelted., That we mourn, in the death of Horace Greeley, the untimely depart ure of an Illustrious founder of the Repub- and riefcnrW r,A , , j ... . uuupsiiy, ana us most able advocate ...... w , lm 0 Kwiuuicuu tne lnuus- try and rainy virtues of his early career to me lmiwion of the vonth of our land, and his many appeals in behalf of true nepuuueamsm to the earnest considera lon of every friend of his country. The Apportionment TTie bill apportioning the Senators and Representatives among the counties, as it passed both Houses of the Indiana Legis lature last week,.i3aa follows: Sec, 2; That the sakl Senators shall oe apportioned a i.ong the several coun- ties as follows, to-wlt: 1 Le counties of Powy'ami Gibson shall eJ?,Cll,; ni,rt,Jrs; 1; Warrick and Fike ,1 ; Spencer find Perry 1; Sullivan tttid lvu.x, 1 ; Davit-s and Greene, 1 ; Mar tin, Orange and Dubois, 1; Crawford and Harrison, 1 ; Floyd and Clarke, 1 ; Wash ington and Jackson 1; Lawrence and -Vionroe, 1 ; Brown ami Bartholomew 1 ocott, Jennings and Decatur 1 ; Jeileron' 1; Switzerland, Ohio and Ripley, 1- De catur and itush l; Vigo, 1; Owen and Clay, 1; Shelby and Johnson, 1; Putnam and Hendricks', 1; Parke anct Vermillion, 1 ; Fountain and' Warren 1 I lppecanoc, 1; Benton, Newton, Jasper and hue, 1 ; Lake mid Porter, 1 ; La porte one, 1; St Joseph and Starke 1 Marshall Fulton and Pulaski 1 jKoscfW and Whitley, 1 ; Elkhart, 1 : Noble & La grange. 1 ; Steuben and Dekalb, 1 Allen 1 Allen, Adams and Wells, 1; Hunting ton and VVabHMh, 1 : Grant.iBiackford and Jay. 1 ; Miami and Howard, 1 : Cass and Carrol!, 1; Hamilton, Tipton 1 Clinton, and Boone, 1 ; Madison and n.-la- ware 1 Randolph, 1; Wayne 1; Henry and Hancock, 1; Fayette, Union, and ivush, 1 ; Marion, 2; Marion aud Morgan 1; Dearborn and Franklin, 1; Mont gomery, 1 ; Section 5. That the Representatives shall be apportioned among the several counties of the State in the following manner, to-wit. The county of Posey Phall elect 1 ; Gib son, 1 ; Vanderburs, 2; Warrick, 1 Pike 1; Spencer, 1; Perry, 1; Sullivan, 1 Knox, 1 : Davies. 1 ; Greene, 1 ; uartin and Dubois. 1 Crawford and Orange 1; Harri ou, 1 ; Floyd. 1 ; Clark.l ; Washington. 1 Jackson, 1; Lawrence, 1; Monroe, 1 Brown and Bartholomew, 1 : Jemrng s 1 Scott, Jennings and Jefferson, l;J,ffarson 1 ; Ripley, Decatur and Rush 1 ; Ripley 1 ' Switzerland and Ohio, 1 ; Decatur 1 Hush, 1 ; Vigo, 2 ; Ov en, 1 ; Clay, 1 ; Mor gan, 1 : Johnon. 1: Putnam 1- tton. dricks, 1; Putnam and Hendncka 1- Karke. 1 ; v ermillion, 1 Parke and Mont gomery. 1 ; Warren, 1 ; Fountain, 1 ; Tip pecanoe, 2 ; Benton and Newton, 1 ; Jas per and White. 1 ; Lake, 1 : Porter, 1 ; La porte, 1 ; St. Joseph 1 ; Marshall and St. Joseph, 1 ; Kosciusko and Fulton 1 P,t. ton, 1 ; Fulton and Pulaski aud Starke, 1 - .wswus.c, ; niuey, l ; Elkhart, 1; Noble, 1; Lasjranire, . Steuben. 1: De Kalb. 1: All 9- Artamu and Vel!s, 1 ; Ilnntington, 1 ; Wabash, 1 ; nunungton ana Wa ash, 1 ; Grant, 1 ; Jay I ; Miami, 1 ; Howard, 1 ; Cass, 1 ; Carroll i ; Hamilton, 1 ; Mamilton and Tipton, 1 j Clinton, 1; Boone, 1; Montgomery. 1; Madison, 1 ; Delaware, 1 ; Blackford and Hancock, 1 5 Henry and Madison. 1 : Fay ette and Union, 1; Marion, 4; Marion and Shelby, 1 ; Shelby 1 ; Dearbon, 1 ; Frank lin, 1 ; Noble and Elkhart. 1 : St. JoseDh. 1 ; Miami and Howard, 1. Corn for Fuel. "We are glad to see that many of our tizens are taking advantage of the low- ci price ot corn to lay in heavy supplies of it tor fuel. We have exDeriinentpd with it the last week, and find that.it is Hn act able substitute for both Wood si.ri and that at present prices there is both economy and comfort in itsuse. A ton ot corn, thirty-three bushels, at. seventeen cents per bushel, is $5.60. We consider this equal to a cord ol hard wood as supplied and measured i at $7 ; the catting of this cord, $1.50 to- - wu, ifo.ov. inus making a savin c of nearly three dollars a cord. "For kitchen fuel it is sunp.rior tnnwt except hickory, and cheaper than that! ii niaaes a very hot hre with agreat blaze. Uejudge that three tons of com equal to the heat of one ton of hard coal while in economy of its use it is equal to one and a half tons of coal. In small families and small houses theTe is alwajs great waste of hard coal, while there is none in the use of corn. Besides this there is the public benefit of retaining in the country all the money we send to Pennsylvania for coal, and feed onr far. mers by consuming their nrodnrsa 7, cil Bluff" ' Nonpartil. The above tella more than a thousand - arguments against the cost and difficulty of transportation between the West and East Just what the remedy is or where the power lies to apply it is difficult to ssy, but it is clear that the present rates of tariff amount to almost an embargo on the shipment of grain. The creat need of the Western country is cheap transpor- ation to the sea board. Indiana Journal. Bremen, Dec, 19, 1873. Editor Republican. I wish to say through your valuable paper, that we were surprised on the evening of the 18th,, by a company of the good ladies of Bre men and vicinity, (thirty-five in number.) After having a good social visit, they bid us good night, leaving -with us cash and other valuable articles to the amount of 65.00. We were glad that we had come among such good people, may they ever ive happyin thia life, and that which i to come. Now we are sure that some good thing can come out of Bremen. ; Rev. A. REED. , Bremen, Ini General Grant said, in conversation vith some gentlemen who were at the White House, that should Congress pass the resolution directing the names of bat tles of the war for the suppression of the rebellion to be removed from the fiags of ; those regiments which took part of them, it might be necessary to immediately or der the imprisonment for life of all the rne-armijd and one-legged soldiers of the land, that they might not remitd the peo ple of the struiTEle through which the. nation had triumphantly passed.