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IS POLISHED ETERT THURSDAY At 8S.OO tor One Year, At 1.00 for Six Monthi At SO Cta. for Three Mootli. tKEHS. Payment Id advance. RATES OF ADVERTISIKfi One Inch 1 j, 6 monthi, 8 montht, 1 month, 1 Mt $8.00 6.00 3.00 S. 00 1.00 JOHN M1LLIKAN, Publisher, PLYMOUTH, 1KD. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. Pest Office Directory. Oflee open from 7 A. M. to 8 p. X. Money Order and Register office open from T A. . to T. r. . MAILS CLOSE A9 FOIXWS: Going East, 9:45 A. x. I Going West, ,S5 P. M. Thro' mail, 8:49 P. x. I Thro' mail, 8:35 a. k. Going- North, 1:30 p. a. Going South, 11:30 A. Jt. Bremen Mail arrives Tuesday & Friday, 12 x. " " departs Tuesday & Friaay, 3 P. X. Marmont arr. and dep. Tuesday & Friday, 12 x. - " " " departs " 12 K. Walnut Hill and LaVeville arr. Tuesday, Thurs day and Satnrdav, at 2 p. x. Departs Monday, Wednesday and Friday, at 8 a. x. W. M. KENDALL, P. M. Church Directory. METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH. John la. Botd Pastor. Preaching on Sunday at half past ten, a. x., and half past six p. x. 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. AMERIOUS LODGE. No. 91 L O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening t 7 P. m. Residant and visiting Brothers are rdiaily invited to attend. C. S. S. Todd. N. .G S3-mo A. L. Reeve, Secretary. Plymouth Lodge, Ko. 149 F & A. M. The stated communications of Plvmouth Lodge, rs'o. 149, F. & A. M., will be held on the 1st A 3rd IFriday in each month during the year 1873, as .follows; January 3d and 17th, February 7th " 21st. March 7th " tlsu April 4th 18th. .May :2nd " 16th. June ,6th " 20th. July 4th and 18th. Aug. 1st " 15th. Sept 5th " 19th. Oct. 3rd " 17th. Nov 7th " 41st. Dec 5th " i9th Members and visiting Brethren Fraternally invited tto be present. By order of the W. M. THEO. C RESSNER, Jr. Secretary. 'YTe want 200 more subscrbers. Good Sleighing. The "beautiful snow" is becoming a ."hindrance to locomotion Remember the new play at the Balco ny Hall, Saturday week. Pay for the Republican. The pub lisher needs money, Th5 Small -pox has subsided in our "town and vicinity. We don't hear any thragmore about it. A young mum IVy the name of John Andrews, residing near Twin Lake, com .mitted suicide yesterday, January 22nd. Several encouraging letters received from abroad this week, containing mon ey rin advance for the Republican. Aitew play to be itrodu')ed at the Balcony Hall, Saturday week. Don't .fail to ge and witness it. Satisfaction .given or your monv refunded. Napoleon-Eugene-Luaia-Jcan- Joseph Bonaparte, now nearly seventeen years of -age, is now heir to the phantom Bonaparte throne. We club the New York Weekly Times 'with the Repubuecak - $3,25, or the .Semi-Weekly Times for $ 4,73 Rev. Taylor, trill pres.ch ia the Presby tterian Church in this place, next Sabbath moruing and evening, tt the usual hours. All are invited. Somebody protuisafi (to bring us a few bushels of potatoes. They would be ac ceptable now. Mr Thompson, ibrmeiSy with Mr. John Hoham, and. Charles Knoblock have bought the extensive crackex bakery, in Niles, Michigan, and have gone there to take charge of the 'business. Sorry to loose snch good jnen from Plymouth. Our old fcienfi Geo. W Wright, who is always right, made the Republican office his annual ifienatioB of a splendid office broom. 3ay Ihe never be wrong, and long may be live toimanufacturegood brooms for iae;people. Mr. J. 3. Baktlitc, ose of South Bend' 8 oldest and best citizens, died week before last. His funeral was largely at tended by the old oeSgSsbers aid friends. The ceremonies were in ekare of the Odd Fellows. Plymouth, Ind. Jan. l&h. 1873. Mb. Milukak.- A careful perusal of the last issne of the Reptjblicajl lustifv us in the conclusion, that your valuable paper ought to be in every house in this County. Subscriber. M ahried: Omtibe 9th, of Jan, 1873, at the residence of J. S. Bender, by the Rev. J. L. Boyd, John W. Price to Miss Phebe Voreis, both of this county. .. Re: J. L. Boyd, is called to Laporte County, on the strength of another wed ding-going off to day. His old friends do- not fbrgrt him, nor bis services on such interesting occasions. A young'tuchin was seen wading in the snow uptobis waist, on north Mich igan St A lady &teud asked him. why lie was not at school: Ha replied "caase I'm sick." Was be trying, watet cur,, or cooling bis blood? I One i X Yy colu'n coIu'd tola's colun colas $80.00 $40.00 125.00 $15.00 $U.OO ! 4f.00 20.00 11.00 8.00 7.00 20.00 12.00 7.00 S.00 4.00 11.00 7.00 6.00 4.00 3.00 I 6.00 4.00 3.00 S.50 2.00 Notice. Ewtor Republican. There will be a meetiag of the Marshall County Teaebers' Association, at Bourbon, Saturday, Feb ruary 8th, at 10 o'clock A. M. By order of Ex. Committee, M. E. Nash, Secretary. SOCIABLE. The Ladies' Aid Society of St Thomas' Church,will give a Social and Festival en-1 tertainment at 'the residence of M. A. O. Packard, on Tuesday evening, Jan. 28tb. Music, Social entertainments, and refresh ments will be the order of the evening and a good time is expected. All are in vited. Small Pox is subsiding in Allen coun ty. Rev. Boyd has a Bible class in Sunday School, that ranges from ten to thirty five. The lessons are pioving instructive and very interesting. He says he has room for about fifty more scholars, all of which he thinks can teach him something and he them. Come out youu men and see, Large Sleighing Party. Twenty- eight couples of Plymouth's pleasure seeking citizens, went to Bremen last Monday night. Report says they tossed their light fantastic toes to the stirring music of the string band, while sojourn ing in that hospitable city. No acci dents reported. Isaac D. Calvert, another old citizen of South Bend, died last Thursday, from the effects of internal injuries received a few days before, caused by his team run ningaway and violently dashing him out of his sleigh. He was an Odd Fellow and a Mason, and an enterprising business man. The small-pox epidemic is creating grave apprehension in Boston and vicin ity. Three thousand cases are now re ported to exist in the city, and the percen tage of death is much larger than by all other causes combined. Nearly al the burials are made in the night. The epi demic has had a serious effect u pon com mercial interests generally. Saw logs in abundance at Oglesbee & Mattingly's Saw-mill. Saw-mills in this county are geueraly well supplied with logs. Pork sells at $4 per 100 lbs. Lijrht hogs are prefered for the New York mar ket, where many dressed hogs are sent from this place. Evans & Patterson keep thier meat market well supplied with pork, beef, veal chickens, rabbits, &e. Thei r sausage is good and nicely made. Mr. Evans buys hogs to ship. The United States Senate on Friday last passed a measure which is a great step toward a unification of the world's coinage on the basis of the French gold standard. The silver dollar will be the prceise equivalent in weight and fineness to. the French five franc piece.and exactly interchangeable with the English shilling. Inter Ocean. The cold weather has interfered wi'i the printing paper supply in Chxago. The Interior, one of our most welcome Chicago exchanges, came to us last week reduced to half its usual size, for the rea son that a sufficient quantity of paper of the kind and size, for their purpose, could not be. obtained. Paper mills were fro zen up. A full supply has been arraused for. Prof. Clarke's Lecture, on last Mon day evening, worked up several where fores. One says : the professor should not tell his audience that present accepted chronology "must be given up," that the flood was not universal, and then fall be hind on the opinion of others, refusing to give his own. That one further says he with othei s are as humble inquirers as Paul at the feet of Gamaliel. Paul for the law, they for the facts of geology not a surface but full view. If deductions are to be made against long accepted Jstandards of au thority ,let the Professor give his opinion. If not, others will give the wherefores and not leave mere assumptions so mud- dy' . ; Prof. Clarke will lecture on Saturday evening next, on the origin of man, and present in outline the theory of Mr. Dar win on that subject. It is one that has excited much discussion and is engaging the attention of scientific men. Admission, twenty five cents. Tickets for sale at the Post office, Hotels and other places. Lectures every Saturday and Monday evenings on Geology. The Young Folks' Rural for Janua ry has come to hand. It is a very neatly printed monthly paper, well calculated to interest and instruct the young folks, Published in Chicago, by H. N. F. Lewis, 407 West Washington street, $1.50 per year. Two beautiful Berlin Chomos sent free to every subscriber. $3.00 will pay for the Republican and the Young Folks' Rural for one year, with the Chro mos. To enable nature to throw off that de pression caused by nervous affection, administer Smoiasdeb's Buchu. It sustains and fortifies the nerve structure, and also is the safest and best medicine for the positive cum of kidney,, bladder and glandular diseases, mental and' physi cal debility, diabetes, graveh .female weak ness, uterine complaints, errors of youth, and general; prostration.of ' the. nervous system. important Notice. All persons owing me, are positively warned that they must call and pay up immediately ,or I sh?Jl have to make them costs and trouble. My business interests imperatively demand this. Hereafter I shall sell for cash exclusively, andi for that reason I can sell extremely low. JOHN H0HA& Bakery & Restaurant. Wilcox & Leonard, Have the pleasure of announcing to their friends and the public, that they are now created in their rooms, in Hoharri's new brick 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 most delicious cakes, pies, tarts, ice cream, etc., for parties or for families. They will give special attention to get ting up warm meals, in their fine dining hall, in a style that cannot fail to please their customers. 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. The best Boys' and girls' magazine, and the Marshall Coukty Republican at greatly reduced rates. We will send the Marshall County Republican and Demobest's Young America, whicli is $1.00 ibr one year, to any person w ho pays us $2.50, Demorbst" 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 nse- u 1, truthful and happy. 2-tf, Wa nted I want to hire a man to work. He must be of steady, sober habits, know how to handle and take care of a team, able to do general work about a farm, of general usefulness in the care of property, and must be willing to stay one year. For a good man liberal wages will be paid. 8tf - C. II.-Reeve. Taruxine. Call at G. W Duke's, Plymouth, A, Leslie, Argus, or Dr. Matchette & Hattle, Bourbon, and get a sample bottle of Taraxine free of charge. It cures liver complaint, costiveness, indigestion, dyspepsia. Regular size $1. n7-3m. Cough and wheeze ; but for ease, call at G. W. Duke'sDrug Store, Plymouth, A. Lislie's, Argos, or Matchette and Hattle, Bourbon and get a sample bot tie of Brown's Expectorant free. It cures coughs, colds, asthma, bronehitus, hoarseness, whooping cough and con sumption, if taken in time. n-3m. Removal- . M. Rcge & Co., have remove their Meat Market to the room next door north of Ilumriekliouser & Dial's grocery, next week, where they will have a neat room for their business, and will keep all kinds of meat, and of the best grade, for their customers. dec. 19-tf. The Best Chill Cure. Dr. Wilhoft's Anti-Periodic cures Chills and Fever and all other kindred diseases and prevents the horrid sequeloe of malarial poison, such as bloated faces, enlarged spleen, pale, sallow complexion and shakey nerves. It contains no arse nic which is used to kill rats and vermin. It contains no stychnine, used to kill wolves, polecats and vicious dogs. It contains no quinine whicli splits the head and stops the ears. But its combination is simple, contain ing only a few innocent drugs that any child or old lady can take with impunity. Wilhoft's Tonic is as safe as it is sure,and a cure guaranteed. The Celebrated Angyle Bitters are a fine adjunct "to Wilhoft's Tonic after convalescence, unrivaled for their delicate stimulant properties. During the past ten years of his mar ried life Disraeli was three times taken out of the bankruptcy court by his rich wife. $2 0,000 (TWENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS) in premiums, for Distribution among the $2.00 Subscribers of the CINCINNATI Weekly Enquirer!! IN APRIL, 1873. The number of Premiums are always increased when the number of names exceed the number calculated upon. We now offer the following: 1 Cash Premium of $1,000 20 Cash Premiums of $100 Each.. 2.000 60 Stem-windingWatcb's, $80 Each 4,800 100 Cash Premiums of $20 Each. . .2,099 300 Cash Premiums of $10 Each. .2,000 100 Cash Premiums of $5 Each 500 100 Cash Premiums of $3 Each 300 100 Cash Premiums of $2 Each 200 1279 Miscellaneous Pre. 2to$10 Each 7,200 Making a total of TWO THOUSAND Premiums, worth TWENTY THOUS AND DOLLARS. Every subscriber who remits $2 00 for a year's subscription will have his nane registered, and will be furnished by return mail a receipt giving the date and number to which his name is register ed, and said number being represented by a duplicate in the distribution. Agents sending 10 names and $20.00 at. one time receive a free paper one year and have their names registered as particpauts for premiums. Specimen Copies, Posters, Premium Pamphlet and subscription Blanks sent free to persona de siring thenu. Address FAR AN & XtXcXiXSAN. nlO-itao. CINCINNATI, OHIO, Dr. Vinall, has rgmoved his offie to the rooms over Lauer & Brother's dry goods store, where he is very comfortably fixed, and will probably remain. n4-tf. For Sale. At the gun-shop in Plymouth, Indiana, double and single barrel shot guns, double and single barrel rifles, revolvers, gun locks, shot-pouches, powder flasks, &c. L. B. WHITE.- Jan. 9, 3m. iEY mom, AND MILLINERY. V7ISHES to inform the people of this commu- - v uuy iiim sue uas uougui m.B. v mituu&on'B entire stock of Millinery & if otions And has added a large and very nice stock of DRY GOODS. People will do well to eive her a call, for she has now on nana a nne assortment ot it'ArttJx DRY GOODS AND MILLI- NKR.'V of every description; and is determ ined that no oce will Sell Cheaper Than she does, so give her a call if you wish to save money. Ttiree Doors South of Duke's Drug Store, East side of Michigan Street, Plymouth, lnd nS-3m. 3 0 P 0 O a M o So 0 C a 03 a -d o 0 H y H o cr CD in CD O O ' o u Q O O U Q td H xn O o 7? H o P. Wos. 13 and as. STMTT.TA SIMILIBTJS OUMNTUB. HUMPHREYS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS HAVE PROVED, FROM THE MOST AMPLE experience.ati entire encess: Simple Prompt -Efficient and Reliable. They are the only Medi cines perfectly adapted to popular ose so simple that mistakes can not be made in using them : so harmless as to be free from danger, and so efficient as to be always reliable. They have raised the high est commendation front all, and will always ren der satisfaction. Noi. Cores. Cmta. 1, " Fevers, Congestion, Inflammations. 25 3, " Worms, Worm Fever Worm Colic. 35 8, Crying -Colic or Teething of Infants. 25 4, " Diarrhoea, of Children or Adults.... 25 5, " Dysentery, Griping, Bilious Colic. 35 6, " ChoIera-IUorbus, Vomiting 25 7, " Coughs, Colds, Bronchitis 95 8, " Nenralsrta, Toothache, Faceache... 35 9, " Headaches, Sick Headache. Vertigo 35 10, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach 35 11, u Suppressed, or Painful Periods.... 35 18, " Whites, too Profuse Periods 35 13, ' Croup, Cough, Difficult Breathing... i5 14, " Salt Rheum, Erysipelas. Eruptions 35 15, " Rheumatism, Rheumatic Fains... 35 16, " Fever and Ague,ChiUFever,Agces 50 17, " Piles, blind or bleeding 50 18, " Optithalmy, and Sore orWeakEyea 50 19, " Catarrh, acute orchronic. Influenza. CO SO, " Whooping-Cousjh,violes coughs 60 81, " Asthma, oppressed Breathing.. CO 32, " Ear Discharges, impaired hearing. C5 33, " Scrofula, enlarged glands, 8welllng U) 34, General Debility,Phyical Weakness B0 35, " Dropsy and scanty Secretions 60 36, Sea-Sickness, sickness from riding 69 37, u Kidney-Disease, Gravel 60 38, " Nervous Debility, Seminal Emissions, involuntary Dis charges 1 00 Five Boxes, with one $3 vial of Powder, very necessary in serious cases 6 00 29, " Sore Month, Canker 60 80, " I'rinary Weakness, wetting bed. 80 81, " Painful Periods, with Spasms ... 60 83, " Sufferings at change of life. .1 00 83, " Epllepsy,SpafmB, St. Vitus' Dance.. 1 00 84, " Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.. 60 TASTILY" CASES Of 35 large vials, containing a specific for every ordinary disease a family is sub ject to, with book of directions $10 Of 830 vials, with book, Morocco Cass. 0 Veterinary Specifics (fluid), for cure of diseases of all Domestic Animals, with directions 1 Complete Case, with large Manual. 10 liarge Rosewood Case of AO vials, containing all our Specifics, including Vet erinary and others not enumerated above.. 35 POLO'S EXTRACT Cures Burns, Bruises, Iameness, Sore ness, Sore Throat, Sprains, Toothache, Earache, Neuralgia, Rheumatism. Lumbago, Piles, Boils, Stings, Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs, Nose, Stomach, or of Piles Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores. Price, 6 ex., 50 ets.f Pints, $1. Quarts, $1.75. IV These Remedies, except POTTO'S EX TRACT, and single vials of Veterinary Medicine, re sent by the case or single box, to an v part o the country, free of charge, on receipt of tae price. Address, Humphrey Speclfio Homeopathic Medicine Co. Office and Depot, No. 661 Bboadway, Kbw Ton For Sale bjr all Druggists.- ' For Sale by POE & HAYS, Druggist; no-9-ly . Plymouth, Indiana CHE4P DRY GOODS. jPImYEZOUTH. READ THIS! Read And then veil your friends, and everybody of the Great Bargain which can be had at WIZi.IiLiyiSOM Co'S CITY DRY GOODS STORE, PL, XVH O UTII, ljmi.lJM VS ALli FALL AND WtlflE Consisting of Ladies' Dressr Goods of the newest and latest styles; Ladle' Under Clothing, Furs and Shawls ; also, a splendid assortment of Flannels, Fine Cloths, Cassimeres, 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 awj now enabled to suit all, in whatever they desire in our Mne 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 ls to deal honestly and fairly with all. HONESTY BEING- In addition to the above large stock, we splendid lot of Blankets and Quilts Carpet Chain, Spun Cotton Williamson & Co. HARDWARE BUCK & IN tvVo. 9 flichiffan St. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW TOP A FULL STOCK OF GOODS IN OUR LINE, WHICH WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH. CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. . Also for Cjr4.rn Goods.' Address", GOODSPBEjyi IQtPXRS PUBLISHES- HOUSE, Chicago, Cincinnati, St Louis, Naw Orleans,- or New York. AngS-tonv This! READ THIS! KINDS OF THE BEST POLICY. have received, and are selling cheap, A ; also, some very fine Horse Blankets,. and Trunks, Carpet-sacks, &c TOAISf, CO $75 to $1 50pr ihbitih male and female, to introduce the GEo j TN K IMPROVED COMMOU 8HSSK 81 W 1,1 ING MACHINE. This machine will stitch! hem, fell, tuck, quill,' cord, bind, braid and U. embroider in a most superior manner. Price ' -T only $15. FuHy licensed and warranted for i nve years,- We will pay, J1.000 for any I i.),tn. that will maw rtHwiH. ... t-, - ar more elastic seam than eon. It aakea the "Elastic Lock Stitch. Every secoee sti tch can be cut, and still the cloth cannot W , pulled apart without tearinE It We pay , agents from $75 to $150 P" month. aa& ' penees, or commission from which twice , the amount can be made. Address 81C0M1 , A CO Otioago 10. , 6QQBS, I'-: J?