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The Largest rand Cheapest Stock Great bargains in' goods for holiday presents at L vrEii & Bkothek's. HOME INSURANCE -(o)- Dr. ViSall, lias rgmoved lis office to the rooms over Lauer Brother's dry goods store, where he is very comfortably fixed, and will probably' remain. ; n4-t f. ' Ladies Served KM Shoes at $2 per pair at Lauer 5tf Brother's.'1 : :i ' , - " Fo the purpose of giving good and reliable insur ' anee to the people of Indiana; the Fraxklin Insurance Company OF -t ?. JO : , -AJND- Miscellaneous Books, EVER BROUGHT -TO PLYMOUTH, AT - G. W. DUKE'S DRUG STORE, v, Ite tiaakes a specialty in School Book9, and can afford to sell 12 per cent CHEAPER than any other house iu town. He also haa a good stock of Paper, Ink, Pens, Pen Lolders.'and Pencils, which he sells cheap for Get&tX. n3-tf. T H IE tarsal Sdsral Sipnllixaa IS PIBLISUE1) EVERT TUCBSD1Y sa.oo for One Yeari tor Six Months -A.t At & t-.s. fox rX lirte JNXont li. TERMS. Payment In riIvudcp. RATES OF ADVERTISING. I I V One colu'n colu'nfcolu a coin i colli n Inch 1 Yar, $8U.(M $40.(10 1 S25.00 S1A.00 $12.00 $8.00 Mmootht. 4i.00 20.00! 1 (.00 8.00 7.00 5.00 3 mouths. 20.00 Vi.0(l 7.Kt 6(10 4.00 3 00 1 month, 1I.O0 7.0oj 5.00 4.00 S.00 2 00 link, tt.00 4.0O 3.00 2.50 2.O0 l.oo JOHN MILLIKAN, Publisher, PLYMOUTH, IX D. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Post Office Directory. Office open from T a. m. to 8 p. . Money Order and Register office open from T a. MAILS CLOSE AS FOLLWS: Ooing East, 9:45 a. m. Going West, 2.35 p. M. TUro' mail, 8:45 p. m. Thrormail, 8:35 a. m. Going North, 1:3d p. si. Going South, 11:30 a. m. Bremen Mail arrives Tuesday & Friday, . 12 M. " " departs Tuesday & Friday, 3 p. m. Marmont air. and dep. Tuesday fc Friday, 12 m. " " " departs " 12 M. Walnnt Hill and Lakeviiie arr. Tnesdav, Thurs day and Saturday, at 2 r. m. Departs "Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at S a. m. " W. M. KENDALL, P. M. Church Directory. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CIirECH. John L. Botd Pastor. Preaching on Sunday at half past ten, A. JC, and half past six p. M. Sunday School at half past twelve o'clock. Elder people's class meeting immediately after Sunday morning service. Pastor's class and prayer meeting Thursday even ing at half past six o'clock. All are cordially invited. - AMERICUS LODGE. No. 91 1. O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening at 7 p. m. Kesidant aiid visiting Brothers are cordially invited to attend. C. S. S. ToiD. A. L. Reeve, N. .G Secretary. . 2S-Cmo A Happy New Year to all. Beautiful address cards printed at the Republican office. We acknowledge the receipt of a Con gressional, paper from Vice President Coifax.as1' i!r;i" ": "; r'V: v r-r -. - .-.-... ; Some rtf toir exchanges have suspended their publication for one week, to give all Lands a chance for a merry Christmas. Several of our subscribers have recently paid their oid accounts and something in advance. Keep doing so we need the money. "'."..- Wc are prepared' to (hi job printing ex-Iediti(uj-ly, and in as good style as it can be done elsewhere, and as cheaply. Bring in vonr orders. One Of our most peaceable and consci entious citizens, says, he will carry a loaded pistol, with which to defend hiui jself at uight hereaHer. Suspicious look ing strangers have been in town lately. C. II. Reeve, did a good thing for the north siders after the last storm, as he rrde astride of the snow-plow and opened Hie walks tor them. The Indies say, he looked tis happy as if King of vVinler. Cliarley's impulses in the main are good Professor Clarke's unavoidable absence f 3ast Sabkith aight, aid the failure of the committee to duly notify the Pastor of the Methodist Church, left Mr. Boyd with tke responsibility of the house. He should at least hav had due notice of the telegram, received. J3r. Higday, of Laporte, caught a live opossum the other day and Las it on ex hibition at the dollar store show window in that jiiace. The Argu says so. Dr. Poe, of Plymouth, has not caught a live opossum, but he has the scalps of several aengthy tape worms In glass bottles in Lis new store room. Passenger House burned in Val paraiso. The passenger house of the P., Ft. W'A C- U. K., in Valparaiso, was destroyed by fire Tuesday Afternoon, 17th inst. The tickets, safe nd furniture, and all the valuables of the telegtapu of fice, wre saved. Defective flue caused the conflagration. , : ; i. Saturday evening the themometer in dicated 21 dg. below zero, and on Sunday anorniHg At 2 o'cloek 25 dg. below zero, Monday .morning, alter sun up, 6 dg. be ; low. . Wind strong and piercing from the West. Our citizens are united in the opiniaa that the weather is cold. Not a dissentiag voice. "Something is a Going to D rap." "Wait, keep still, and you will hear of some thing bursting, one of these cold morn - lags, in the shape of & cooking stove. O. W. Duke gives notice, that his wood baa been ataiated tnorougly- with ben .zineand. powder, and to those wishing to borrow wood ot him at night,' should al ways a k him, or some person will get hurt, and he will - not be responsible for the damage. Be on yotfr guard,iand let his wood alone. - That Christmas present is a new hat. from the popularDry Good s. 'House of M. Becker & Co. , ; " , Tom Patterson has a family of quails all alive and fluttering, on exhibition at Evan & Patterson's meat market. ' We club the New York Weekly Times with the Republican for $3,23, or the Semi-Weekly Times for $4,75 - ' - The fireman and engineer reported as having been trozen to death on the' Rail Road between Warsaw and Goshen last Saturday night, did not freeze but went to Warsaw. Lauer & Brother have sold nearly all of their overcoats, but have a few left, which they will sell at greatly reduced prices. TartiXine. Call at G. W Duke's, Plpmouth, or A. Leslie, Argus, and get ' a sample bottle of Taraxine free of charge. It cures liver complaint, co itiveuess, indigestion, dyspepsia. Regular size $1. n7-3ui. We have several communications on file, which we cannot find room for this week, v Some oi than are from Bourbon, and are quite cheering in their tone. They appreciate our efforts to make the Re publican a good paper. Col C. H. Sargent, agent and correspond- ei.tot the Cincinnati Enquirer gave us a friendlj call on Tuesday. He has been traveling through the state on business connected wiih the Enquirer the leading Democratic paper in Ohio. The Last Chance. All those indebted lo Lauer & Brother are notified to call and pay their indebt edness within the next week, which will be the last chance to pay without cost. One of the firm is about to leave the place. Dec. 24. ' ' Lauer & Brother. Evans k, Pattkuso can now supply all the meat anopsia" town with the - beet quality of meat at wholesale prices, ! .1 ..Theyari also fufiiisiiing their :custo-d mcrs with o.'L't, pork, mutton, turkevs. and griue. They say business is lively with them. The editor of the Indinntm gives us the "cut direct." , He tays he don't know j whether we.use hair dye or not . After a while he will deuy any knowledge of our t existence. V hat shull we do to retrain I c , the kind recognition of our' Warsaw neighbor? We an-forgiving but prefer receiving. Cough andwhec.su; but for ease, call at " G. Vv'. Duke's Drug Store, Pf motitti, .or A. Laslie s, Argos, and get a sauit4e bot l uu "i uni it s l.xpecionint i FREE, it - ; ' - --. cures co ac;h s, coldji,' asthma, brohchitiis, i hoarseness, whooping cough and con sumption, if taken in time. cT-om. " Trr- r,.,., , .!,! ii i ", J oas -Mueller, the fashionable Inrber " and hair dresser has removed to his new and convenient shop on 'Laporte street, the room recently'' occupied by Col. Poe, asaDrng Store. He has fitted up his shop nicely, and to aceomadate his many- customers without delay he now keeps three barbers. Call and see him at his new place. :;.: ' 1 Does Cofly sell his goods cheaper than any other merchant in Plymouth? Everybody says so and what every body says must be true. There is some truth in the story, if we can judge by the smiling countenances of the ladies who come out of tht Bazaar, with big bundles and little bundles.' And they all have wonderful talcs to tell of the beautiful goods, and o cheap, at Coffy's Bazaar. The literary entertainment and distribu tion of Christmas presents at St. lichael's (Catholic) school, on Monday evening, was creditable to the institution anc to our town. The music, by the- young la dies of the school, was- exeeHimt,'' and gave evidence of thorough instruction. C. H. Eeeve, Esq addressed the audience, in behalf of the institution. ; -, , ; The little folks'-who received the pres ents, as well as' th-Sisters and Priest, who 1 were liberally . rememberedj were happy.' " ' . . ";- ' ' ' . Inconsequence of the ; extreme ; cold weather and the holidays, th e lectures f Prof. Clarke -on; Geology hav? been post poned. There- wiE be- a- free lecture on Sunday evening "Jan. 5, at the M. E. Church, and; the first leoture of the course is fisted for Monday evening Jan. Gth, at the lectare wmof the M. E. Church. . . : : . : - Secure your tickets during the -present week. "-' yf. :' " ' ' The Ln$ve ; Ifrrnld says, the -lectures j are. worth ten tiiues the price charged ($2T (for the course.) The Argut speaks of them approvingly. . .. .' .".' Vi. Please Take Notice- "," Messrs. Nussbaum it Mayer desire all their customers to call at their store and settle all old accounts. They want money- l r-.: !; Toys! Toys!! Toys!.': at II. A. Brown's. ' 1 SR" One Price Clothing STQ-BE.,: II.. B. Persiilsc, has just received a good, nice selected stock of clothing, con sitting in part of over coats, men's, boys and children's clothing, which he is de termined to sell at the very lowest cost price. I will take produce, shingles and lumber in exchange for goods, at Cherry and Plant's Boot & Shoe Store, on Mich jigan street, Plymouth, Ind. ; n4-4w. So great is the influence for toning and stimulating the nervous system, of Smo lanoer's Bconu, that renewed energy and fresh vigor is imparted throughout the whole nerve fabric, and such maladies .as aiTeet the kidnevs, diabetes, snivel, want of vigor -and (euntle complaints are promptly expelled by this valuable veg etable medicine. We desire to settle up our business here. and in order to do so, must have settle ments with all who are indebted to Us im mediately. Don't delay; but come at once. L'-mer & Brother. 0 L"1 o a 8 G o P . CD 4 0 CD a. O "t o S M CO CD 0 A M cl H M b H X Q .1 Q r O.g. O O w O Laue r it Brother will sa-11 their entire t-ofk of v.m'er coods before spring First 'f"H'ci '3rt. served. Don't delav. if J Ou mo luokiu; for soinetliin tltr. ltaLidays, jo over to le fo browa's and see th bibles, elftbaaas. filbu .s, fancy boxes, packet -books, s'olil (ifns, paper AVrJglts fancy 'closnlnlis, ctiiiiainugs, ctiina cups, : . , . . . , I vases, and sinokiii? sets that be has, ! -wu never regret doinc so. a. he has the 1 truest and cheapest stock ef Christmas goods In Plymonth, Re mem her the place, Post Office Building. Lauer & Brother offer the ame in ducements to purchasers of heavy fall and winter goods, as heretofore, for a few days. . Bakery & Restaurant. Wilcox & Leanard, II ave the pleasure of announcing to their friends and the public, that they are now octited in their rooms, in Hoham's new brio : block, where they "are prepared to feed the hungry and , to supply families with good bread. They keep a fine stock of confectionery goods, and will furnish the mo st delicious cakes, pies, tarts, ice cream,1 etc., for parties or for families. - They will give special attention to get ting up warm meals, in their fine dining hallin "a style that cannot fail to please their cnsl omers. ' Oysters stewed, fried or raw, will al ways be kept by them, and served up on short notice. Call in and try - us, and we will insure perfect satislaction. Coats thread,' all colors; four spools for a quarter and five rows of pins thrown in, at ; -' v Lauer & Brother's. STRAUSS We have just issued Strauss' Waltzes in Two Volumes, price $4 each in boards $5 each ia cloth. The two .volumes contain "bver Forty Beautiful Waltzes worth at least $38 in sheet : ., j: . ine from other dealers be particular to ask tor Peters' Edition of 8traose' 'Waltzes, as it is the only correct sad com plete edition. Address, 3. L. PETERS, ' ' -' '' MusicPublish-"t7 4 I . '11762 .099 Broadway t . , ,. Nw Tork. , . ' : .d 3 nov.7-2mo.. I OF- Irscliaziapolts. Office No. . 18 Sentfnel Buildins:, wis mainlv orfiSrtiized. ' We have a capital pf $2S0, ID, of which ovJ200,000 is paid np, and the bal ance amply secured. We have not had to contend w.'tli any Chicago or Boston fires, and can therefore oft er andoubted security to our patrons.- 'i t y V'e inviie the attention of the people of Indians to ti'ie e facts, and ask fheir patronage for a com pany triat is owned and controlled by our own pcopi'e. pt.. JOHN C. SITOeMAKER, President. JOH N A. CHILD, ?ecetarv. r JOHN S. BEN DETT, Agent. Nov. "?S, i3-2mo. Plyiuo'uth, Indiana. HORSEJDISEASE! Furgurson's Wonde'ful Oil ' ' WILL- ' This dbease is an inflrtiima, more resembling Diptlieriu than Caii'rrU. It alfects the throat and glands, and, if neglected parses to the lungs, pro ducing Q v-ath. Apply the Oil to the throat and nec Immediately on the appearance of the disease, nd it will cure'bv prevent.' ug it going to flic lungs. This Oil is now used hy the THIUAOX) Sffret Railway (.'ompnnics, Om.tMius Lines, Express, Liv ery and salt; ftabics. Also bv tlie Street Railway and Livery rSfaMes of CLT V ELAND, DETROIT, TOLEDO,-l OSONTO, .MOM'KKAL, NEW YORK and in the .NEW ENULANL .STATES with more efiiciency and greater success than any other reme dy known to the public. iHeul Testimoiiials.: Oftice of tub East Cleveland StreetI IfAiLWi Co., .Cleveland, Nov. 4, 1872. ( C. E. Web; : & Bi'.o., Jackson, "lich. We are using rottr nson's onderfi-.l Oil upon the horses in our staple sick with the horse disease. We commence' yith our horses as soon'as ther were taken, by .vy plying the Oil to theirthroata and necks, rubbiii'jr t in will as you direct. We find tnat it relieves tt e soreness and inflamniationof the throat and rolleWM the cough. Our horses began to improve almost oumediately alter application of tile Oil. I musi't s.'.v that it "ivi'S relief soouer than any medicine I hio'e sec i uswd for this disease. We have about 140 homes in our staiilvs, nea-ly all sick, and U:ive u?ed uotli.'ng e!se niwn them but Fnrgn son's Wonderful Oil and every horse is rapidlv im proving. We can cc nadeutly "recommend it "as a valuabte medicine, fo;' diis diseaiJe. E. DUTY, Snerintendent. Office op As.Brisv, I!bynoi.ds & Co.,) Cincinnati, Nov. 15th, 1ST2. j We arc usiuj; Furgus-u's Wonderfcl Oil on our horses affeetedwith the horse disease. It relieves the cough anti the inflan niation of the tliroat. Our horses are improving under the treatment. We cau confidently recommeiul it as a valuable medi diue. ' , ASBUUV, KEYNOI DS & CO. ' Cincinnati, JftiV?mTiT 14th. 1ST2. Vv'e are nsim: Furjr'.ison's W'on'lertul Oil on our horses sick with the horse disease, and have found it a valuable medicines. Wc h;i"C asul nothing else on our homes but Furgtison'i .Vondiftnl Oil, and can confidently -recommend it or this disease. 'JAMES CtXLKN & CO. Projjrietors Pec pic's Ii Company. Office of the Milwankee'itreet Raihvjiy, Milwaukee, Wis., N ov. 12, lbT2. ( On the two hundred horses in o ur stables affected with tlie horse disease, we use n lung but Fnrgu sou's Wouderlul Oil. (Signed) F. S. TiLODGETT, Sup'i. It will cure every rtse if promptly applied. Wholesale hy FiilW & Fuller, 1'. .Burnham & Son Chicago; . Jlyer Bro & Co R'ortWayne; Kiefer, Inniauapoli r, R. Macready fc Co., Cincin nati, and all the wl lesal Druugista. Rot riled by dealers in medicines everywhere. C. E. WEBB & BRO., Proprierer.", Jackson, Michigan. Price Fifty Cents per Botth . i .;,-; n3-tw. C. II. REEVE. ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, PLYMOUTH, IUDI ANA. tSO YliARS A IJEBITJEIsT. rraciUes, in llitrxlurfl and Ad joimu'j Cmintk. . Collections a Specialty. UnfinoMi ftf Gnaidiaiis and Ailmwiislraore care- fi:li v ai temictl to, ... , A.ttoroy for Fnrorenn Steam !Sliil Companies. Passage secni-ed to ami from EuroKc: and money paid and collected in Europe. , LAND AND INSURANCE AGEKT. THE oldest insurance agency ' ' .' ' AND THE ' BEST COMPANIES REPRESENTED ! ' IN NORTFrKTiN INDLN.J The old .ETNA of Hartford, assets ovjr M.000.- 000. . -. The old PF.fSNIX of Hartford, -a-isets over tl,2SO,000. After paying Boston losses and all oth er liabilities. - Pay no attention to whr.t others say about these Companies of the agency. Come and learn tne racts. ' ... The old NEW YORK LIFE, asset over $20,000,- 000. The most liberal and safest Company in the WORLD. Girater quantity, better qnlity, aLd better loca tetl Real Estate for les money, air! on more favor able terms than can be had of any other person. FOR SALE NOW. 80 acres good land, 12 improved, in Green tp. 10,000 best grafted apple trees, over 40 varieties. 2U,000 best varieties of grapes, 1 IUV1 AAA n.rn.m.AA.a f.nTla 1 1 and contracts can be made now for trees at $4.00 to $6.00 per hundre-d. ' 30t acres of tine land adjoining Plymouth,- with fine Vineyard. Evirnreens. Fruit Trees of all kinds. and a large number of young trees tor sale. No Duutunps, out uvreuings aajoinuig can De rented. Will be sold on time at less than its value. Lo'.s 14i and 143. Plymouth, with trood frame dwelling on each, with six rooms. Lot 7, Brownlee's addition, frame dwelling, one story, five rooms. East H lots S tuid 9, Brownlee's addition, 1 story dwelliag, 3 rooms. Lot S, Wheeler's addition, with lot adjoining, good dwelling, shop and stable. T.nt 9 Rium'h uililitiir, with H m-nl 1 i n (r 1 le otnrXaa West half lot 165. Plymouth, in the very center of business. , North 66 feet lot 4. Plymouth, a principal busi ness block. East half of lot 43. Plymouth,' aV principal busi ness block. ...... 12 lota on Jefferson street, verv cbean at half the price lots less favorably located are selling. S lots 100 and 117 W feet, residence: as desirable aa cation that can be found in the county. bo acres unimproved land about, s miles north west of Plymouth. S40 acres unimproved land, good Harsh and tim ber, in German township. . . 40 acres adjoining town plat, in fine cultivation, set with fine fruit large and small, dwelling and stable, other desirable and valuable property, ali for sale very low and long time. 10,000 trutt trees will be sold in Bulk for less than one quarter their value, on one and two years time. -Several thousand grape vines, best varieties ob same terras. ...:;..': - Wanted to exchange some splendid Real Estate and some cash, for material and later in the erec ion of a brick, business block, 63 x 88 feet, 3 stories, in PlymouUi, Indiana. Apply soon to. " .. prtlf.. --,f i , .. C. HREEfE,: READ THIS! Read And then tell your friends, and 'everybody otthe r?t Bargafn which can be had at - .. . i- i .. , ' - ... . . CITY DRY GOODS STORE, I. ALL Consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods of the newest and latest styles; Ladlea UnderClothing, Furs and Shawls; also, a splendid assortment of Plannels, Fine Cloths, Cassinieres,, Hats, Caps, Men's and Boy's Clothing of every variety ; also. Boots and Shoes, Gaiters and Overshoes of all sizes, Buckskin Gloves, Mittens and Indian Rubber Overcoats. Having secured our large and splendid FALL STOCK OF GOODS, we ar now enabled to suit all, in whatever they desire in our line of business, at Lower and Cheaper Rates, Than can be had at any other House.- COME ONE, COME ALL, And see for yourselves. We are sure you will be satisfied, as our plan ' is to deal honestly and fairly with all. "HONESTY BEING THE BEST POLICY." In addition to the above large stock, we have received, and are selling cheap, . splendid lot of Blankets and Quilts ; also, some verv tine Horse Blankets, , ... . Carpet Chain, Spun Cotton and Trunks, Carpet-sacks, &c. ' "Williamson iS Co. 11 1? li n v .Tt n li lipmii iti 10 nniiiiin mm liiiiiwiiMMHUill lib ; GREAT PREPARATIONS TOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE. Just Received a Magnificent Stock of DRESS WJUB, SHAWLS, BLACK SILKS, POPLINS, RIBBONS, TIES, SCARFS NOTIONS, &c. all bought expressly For the H We have the latest styles of HANKERCIIIEF'S, Embroidered, of all the different names, in COLORS and WHITE, also LACE and HEM STITCHED. Great Bargains in Furs. Nice Set of Furs for $3,50 and $3,00. , Extra quality of Water Mink, $5 and $6. Handsome Children Sets, $2,50 and $3,00, ' ,. . , Nice Ermine and Astrican Sets for Children, very CHEAP ai a-a , Heavy Water Proofs for $1,00 per yard, splendid bargains in Red Flannels and other kinds in proportion :o: - Handsome Ingrain CARPETS, 65, 75 and 85 cents per yard. Beautiful Styles bf two and three ply CARPETS very CHEAP. Jl Full Line of Shawls Cloaks on Hand VVe have on hand a full Line of Notions, Fancy Goods White Goods, Velveteen for Cloaks and for Trim- mings. Real Valancine Lace and Guira pttre, of the very best. -;o:- CLOTHING! - o :- In Clothing we Jhave a fuil line always oh hand. We can suit armtol everybody. ' . FROM THE SMALLEST BOY UP TO THE LARGEST MAN. REMEMBER, 50 OVER COATS FOR $5,50 EACH. ; ; 6ive us a Call before PurchasinG Elsewhere. i BetweeB tlie two Hardware Storca. n5.tf. This! READ THIS! BtlXHS OF- :0 :- :o :- :o- s CLOTHING!! GOODS, olidav Trade.