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Beyond the Mississippi.
- Thousands have already gene, and thou
sands more are turning their eyes towards
new homes in the fertile west. To thoes
going to Missouri,Kansa9, Nebraska, Col
ormdo, Utah, "Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon
or California, we reconieud a cheap, safe,
quick and direct rout Ha. St. Louis, over
the Missouri Pacific Railroad, which runs
its fine Day Coaches and Pullman Sleep
ers from St. Louis to principal points in
the West, without change. We believe
that the Missouri Pacific Railroad has the
best track and the finest and safest equip
ment of any line west of the Mississippi,
and its connections with roads, further
West are prompt and reliable. The Texas
connection of this rdad is now complete,
And passengers are offerd a first class, all
rati route from St. Louis to Texas, either
over tha Missouri, Kansas & Texas R. R.,
tia Sedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific
R. R., a Vinita. For maps, time tables,
information as to rates, routes, &c, we
refer our readers to I, G. Wheeler, North
ern Passenger Agent, 72 Lloyd St., Buff
alo, N. Y or E A. Ford, General Passen
ger Agent, St. Loueis, Mo. Questions
will be cheerfully and promptly answered !
Emigration Turning!
Cheap Farms in South-west Missouri,
The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Compa
ny oners 1,200,000 acres ot land in Cen
tral and South Missouri, at from $3 to
$12 per acre, on seven years' time, with
free transportation from St. Louis to. all
purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral
wealth, school, churches and law abiding
ociety invite emigrants from all points
to this land of fruits and flowers, i or par
ticulars address A. Tuck, Land Commis
sioner, St. Louis, Mo.
THE
Ladies' Repository
POR 1873.
The thirty-third volumn of thia long-established
wllgioaa and family magazine, which has won for
4taelf the appropriate title of.
tUICU OK 1T1. OHUUICS.
'commences with January, 18T3. Only $3 50 per
annnm. Each number of this splendid journal con
tains eighty superroyal octavo pages, double col-
urn us. It is printed on the finest calendered paper,
MCh month is embellished with two origin iU.
Steel Engravings.
executed in the best of style of th rt. For a
mount and quality of reading matter, or mechani
cal execution and illustrations, the Ladies' Keposl
to ry will compare favorably with any other maga-
- aine published in the country.
The publishers propose the widest range and the
greatest yariety possible in the literary matter of
-the pages of this popular magazine: Essays, Dis-
qsMitons. Tales and AdTentorea from Real Life,
'Biographical and Literary Sketches, Poems, and
Papers subjects of practical value. The grave
"fluest'.wu of Science, History and Religion will not
ihe avoided, but will be discussed as fully as their
mport&noe demands and as our spaee will admit
of.
THE CONSTANT AIM.
will be to produce a magazine that shall meet all
the literary wants of all the members of the Chris
tian family, and especially a journal that every la
dy of intelligence, culture, and with a taste for
reading, wili regard a welcome visitor.
M 50 Per Year in Advance,
1 75 For Six Months, in Advance.
Subscription to begin either with January or
July.
Remit by postal money order, draft or express.
Address
HITCHCOCK & WALDEN, Publishers,
Cincinnati, Chicago, or SU Louis.
HOTICES OF THE PRKSS.
The following notices of the Ladies' Repository
by the religious and secular press of the country
we have culled at random for ear columns of our
exchanges:
"Really a superior publication."
"The reading matter most ex cell eat."
"One of the leading monthlies of the age."
"One of the best religious literary monthlies ex
tant." "One of the best as well as the cheapest of mag
azines." "The bright particular star of the American firm
ament.'
"The ladiee' Repository should find a place in
very iamuy."
"Full of the best reading matter. Can not be
voo wiaeiy circuiatea.
"This excellent monthly was never more ably
oiieu wan ax present."
"The reading matter of a religious character, and
vj uw neai auuiura.
"Our lady friends will find the Repository always
rcauaoje aau instructive
"Freeh and attractive as ever. The head of every
. :i 1 1 J i : 1 t . .. J
MUHliJ BUUU1U IIK 1UI 1U
"It is a religions work of high character, deserv
ing ue patronage or every iamuy."
"We do not wonder that the Reoositorv has an
taaay friends; it deserves a place in every house-
"AU ladies who wanta first-class religions and
literary magazine, should subscribe at once for the
Muues- .repository."
'Beautiful lessons in biography, travel, natural
hMorj, various customs and life experiences both
kw uu imaginary.
"Surpassed by no publication issued from the
press. The new editor fully maintains the former
jugu cnarawr oi toe publication."
"Freighted with variety of interest and instrnc
tioa. It ranks among the best of our magazines,
jaad leads a charm to the family circle, where it is a
wwtnu viaiuuu."
"Splendidly illustrated with steel engravings,and
jrell filled with substantially prose and poetical
contributions. It is the best printed and best edi
ted religious magazine published."
' oitrcvHiiBu tu ute tne pace oi we trashy
and worthless literature under which the pre&s,
nowadays, groans. Jm illustrations are among the
best specimens of steel engravings offered to the
public and its editorship is scholarly, careful, and
refined."
"The prettiest and most life-like engravings that
we have seen this many a day. The general read
ing matter, both selected and original, is of a very
superior order."
"A most excellent literary periodical. Each edi.
tion vies with its predecessor in its many attrac
tive features. Besides other actractive features, its
pages are enriched with the choicest reading matter
We have no hesitancy in recommending this maga
cine above all others."
"In typographical neatness end brilliancy it
tands unrivaled. IU literary contents are well cal
culated t refine the taste and ennoble all the aims
of life."
"Freighted with choice literature, story, biogra
phy, essay, poetry and anecdote. It is embelished
wH superb landscape engravings.
'We do not wonder at the popularity and circu
lation of this work, considering its literary
character, Us iastgucti venees, and its splendid typo
graphy." "As we glance along Us pages and gather in its
beautiful thoughts, the conviction grows upon ns
and een of greater."
tTae prose articles are of a jiigh order and are
designed to improve the mind, morally as well as
intellectaally; and this is what the world in gener
al, and our country in particular, needs.
New Shoe Storel
G. P. CHEERY,
Respectfully announces to his friends and the
people generally that he has just received
a full assortment of new custom-made
BOOTS AND SHODS,
which he is wiling at lower prices than ever
before offered. Call and examine his goods
at the sign of the the two red boots, in
the store recently occupied by
' T. A. Simons,
rl3Tna.oxtla , Xxxc3L
Also Measures taken and Boots and Shoes made
to order, and Repairing done at all times on shortJ
notice, by JAMES PLANT & CO., at the samel
place.
November 14th, 1872. nl-Smos,
FIRE ! FIRE ! !
The undersigned having met with a severe loss
in the destruction of Mb property, by fire, is
under the necessity of calling upon all who are in
debted to him, for the amount they owe. It is
necessary that he should have the money within
the next thirty days, to assist in putting up new
buildings in place of those destroyed by fire.
Aug. 8, T2-tf. JOHN HOUAM.
(Advertisement.)
Dr.' F. M. Laiuper.
Orthopedic Scrseor, cures and straightens
Cross Eves instantaneously, and operates and treats
successfully all diseases of the Eye; cures Club
Foot, and in fact the doctor operates for any dis
ease or injury that requires a surgireil operation ;
alHO has never failed to cure auf case of fits, no
matter of how long standing. Khenmatism, Diabe
tes, or any disease of the Urinary Organs. Will
cure Scrofula, also Consumption .in its primarv
staees. The doctor treats diseases bv a new and
scientific method, and his remedies do not irritate
the constitution, but their goolt effects are very
soon recognized by the parties who are fortunate
enough to be the recipient of his treatment. Ue
does not pretend to be an "advertising quack," but
takes this method of informing the suffering that
there still remains a chance of oeing cured, and if
the doctor cannot relieve you, he will honestly tell
you so.
I will also say one word to females who are snfe
fering from diseases peculiar to their sex. I hav
treatod several hundred, and must say that I have
never yet faL"d to effect a radical cure. Enclose to
me a three cent stamp for a reply, and give me a
full history of your complaint. If, however, you can
come and submit to a personal examination you
had better do so. Plenty of reference trom people
in good standing given upon application. I will
also add that I am a regular graduate of medicine
and surgery, and hajte paid very particular attention
all its branches. Address
F. 31. LA3IPER, M.D.,
Julyll-yl. Ciienoa, HI.
DH- WILSON'S
COUGH MIXTURE
ThiB Medicine fa the prescription of regnlar
pb'Hiciau, Hixi blmn ft-u tor many y-nrn in a
Tr ry f.Menbive prat: t icv lit r all d isae o I t lit:
Thrott anti Luna. a way wall tlie lst tacres
It cures tVuglm. Colds. CruMp, Whooping Cuugh,
AtBjH. InnammHfion oi the Lungs, old, long
taiHalnighsiiiTrToTTloTiM't
ot Children it
If-ld by all deitler ia Mt-dii'ia at au cents
FUEGUSON'S
WONDERFUL OIL!
The bt Liniment of the Afc?.
area Rheumatism. NVnnUffia Chilblains, Bruits,
a Liniment i required, fnrn Liufti.-KM jSpmius
Woiiu-ls, VVindsalls. ilar Itoils r (ial Is mi lior;.
B-Knouuig; tiiai th urll is t-iii
mtniK-iiiea to inireuw unm l hc r.iiil,t v f tne eiicR
and a)t1u'tQ, tbe proprtettji-a tntw ,M HtiriiiH r.-
Mve Hie bnerof KH rlmwi- .f ). ing dfcriTfii tv
nlly truarmitwiiiir Kurjrnsnn's Wundvrtul hih
and hereby anthoriso dfalers to reinnd the money
and ch:irye nrfe to ns whn-vr thy fai I to do so
Larjse Bottle, only 5U cent. everywhere
WEBB'S
VEGETABLE
Worm Confections
Are a positive and upwiiy remedy foi the Removal
ol VVoruiH. They at-e pi-astu; io i:r ; i-is.h, and
any i liild will take tn.-ni. 1 1 i-i. i ihul tins Worms
you will nonce tnat tin
10 deranged and
variable, often Dioiw iumi oroinaliiy voiaciours.
There is picking of the no-,.-, hi.- np distui lx l 01
tarting in the aleep. yrindintf o I he teetl!, and
buwla codiive. The liild in mimetimeg very pale
and again flushed, Thene are only a few of ike
lymptumgof Worms, whieh. if left without niedi
me to remove them, wil 1 itrodure convulsion or
TjHidrequeitly feversTrremove the Worma
buy W ebh'g Veg talde W orm ConfertionR.
. si d TEvT7-eTTu"iT7rTTrT7TTTeT?r"
At Wholesale by C. E. WEBB A BRO . . Druggists
troprietors. Jackaon, Mich.,
SMOLANDER'S
Tie Great BiiBi Cmm&
Is a sure, quick remedy
for all diseases of tin
Kidney, It Sadder,
and Urinary Organs,
existing either in iiiale
or ttmjib. As, irnta
tion, Iy-U.-rm-nat'on,
or LIccrnt jot! ot' the
Kidac v auu Ktauder,
dirarei, Sfrjse in
K.'addor, Rtddish or
Hi ick Urt Serf irnniit
i.i Urine, 'ihicir,
I i a n i v r.-. ci rt v
Urine, PailU l TJrinatin?r, i5c Jv;tin t
Mucous aild In oiu:!vrry IiscttKrzcs,
Morbid Irritation fitladder ami l"ra
thra, Chronic C'ataTli of iilwdder, Sm.
pressiou, Jlf tcutic.--, r nce;.finc:'c! of
Urine, Riabwte", In. it '.Oryr.ii ic V. ?ak
ness, Feaiaic Compliitn and a. i Ciii-rtiic
Maladies of tiio Ursnarj k-?a sexual ciran .
TniM;ai:'i3 t-rt attes: to .' s .-onieri..l cu..;
tivc ppcrtics Ls these d:c0b.'S.
For Nervous UtefcUsiy, w i its clcjm7
attendants, IJiirziiicss, hos . f 'ttarnory,
Low Spirits, ice., it l.s a wpmsl1 i ni'.-uy.
SIttOIv.lNUSR'S lUJCILir -:u -yrf np
thft P;irvar.(1 Rwri'ln :lte:k.. .x I nt
va.froii actitdi, the .vNie tSeva. tk.k.uug
sacncsbejicd :nd invi'ojoraMvJ.
Beewa i.sk for SQLA'iSSIUS SL'C25J,
In-nat upon knsiitfi it, and t'ihe no otiier.
r31GE$I.OO. SIX BOTTLER, 35.00
i Sold by all Dealers it? Mediolur).
Wbolesale Agents, WHIST & TUAX.
loieuo, uino.
C S. S. TODD, sole Acent for Ply-
motttiu auc22,7a-lv.
THE
"Silver Tongue"
ORGANS
MANUFACTURED BY
E. P. NEEDHAM & SON.
143, 145, & 147, East 23d St., N. Y.
ESTABLISHED IN 1S46.
Besponsible parties applying for agen
cies in sections still unsupplied will re
ceive prompt attention and liberal induce
ments. Parties residing at a distance
from our authorized agents may order
from our factory. Send for illustrated
price list. . 4ymS
TUTTLE'S
Picture Gallery
OVER BBOWN I PERSHING'S DRUG STORE )
Plymouth, - - Indi an
PHOTOGRAPHS,
All RROT1TES,
Ben la th bet style of the Art.
SPAC OH" VKN
A):
Frames always kept on Hahd
:0:
Prices to suit the times.
J. K. L O S E Y,
AGEST FOB THE
ELGIN WATCH ! !
ANI BKALKB. IN
CLOCKS, WATCHES. PLATED WARE, ASD
JEWELRY F EVERY DESCRIITIOS,
And keeps constantly on hand
AMERICAN WATCHKS
of every manufacture.
I will sell a genuine Elgin Watch, with four on.
silver cav, Rnd go Id joints, for $35,
AH repairing wanted.
jiin2a-ly. J. R. L08ET.
Indianapolis, Peru ' S Chicago
Railway Time Table.
Sunday. November iid, 1W72.
KORTIIWAHD TRAILS.
No. 1 I
Makhi. Ne. 3. No
'oo,tol' Chicago Toledo
F.XPR'i.S. EXPKESs ! EXPBESS
7.00am 8.00pm 1.40 r
8.0S u 9 06 " B.38 "
8 68 " 9.50 " 3.18 "
8.H3 " 10.31 " 3.51 "
I .3S " " 3.55
10.1-2 " 11. as 4.44 "
10.35 " 1150 " 5.10 "
11.31 " 12.42 am
11.50 " ' 1.05 "
12 22 " 1.25 "
12.36 pm! 16 "
1.00 " I 1,56 '
i 1.21 " I 2.13 "
1.39 " j 2.2S "
ftjto " I 3.10 "
S.20 " i 4.00 "
STATIONS.
Indianapolis
N'obicsville
Tipton
Kokomo
f C & 8t I. C
Hunker Hill
Peru
Lincoln ;
Rochester.
Waluut
Argog
Plymouth
Tyner
Walkerton
Laporte
Michigan City
SOUTHWARD TRAIXS.
no. a
Mail No. 4. So. C
CHICAGO I CHICAGO TOLEDO
EXPRK6SjEXPKES EXPRESS
8.40 am '12. 05pm
9.30 " 12.58 am
10.11 " I. 48"
10.26 " 2.13 "
10.46 " 2.30 "
11.07 " 2.50 "
11.19 " 3 10 "
11.40 " 3.20 "
12.09 pm 3.39 "
12.52" 4.M 7 00 am
1.30 " 4.55 " 7.25 "
2.10 " 5.27 " 8.04 "
2.30 " 5.33 " 8.11 "
3.14 " 6.11 " 8.53
4 15 6.54 9.42 "
5.15 " 7.55 am 10.55 "
STATIOXS.
Michigan City..
Laporte
WaJkertou
Tvner
Plymouth
Argss
Walnut.
Kochester
Lincoln
Peru
Bunker Hill....
P C & St L C...
Kokomo
Tipton
Nobles vi lie
Indianapolis
Pittsburg, Ft. W. &. Chicago
Crm?ensed Time Card October 27-
TRAINS GOlXCi WEST.
No. 1.
FASTI'S
No. 5.
MAIL.
No. 7. I No. 3.
P'e El. I CHI. EX.
Pittsburgh
itochester.
Alliance
Orrville
Mansfield
Crestline
Forest...
Ltma
Fort Wayne..
Plymouth
Chicago
1.45 am
2.50 "
5.10 "
6.46 "
8.55 "
9.20 "
9.40 "
11.05 "
12.08 "
2.20 pm
4.45 "
7.50 "
7.10 am
8.85 "
11.25 "
1.45 pm
4.22 "
5.00 "
6.10 "
7.55 "
9.06 "
11.35 '
2.35 PM
6.30 "
9.30 am-
2.00 PI
3.08 "
5.30 "
7.25 "
9.26 "
9.55 "
10.50 "
11.28 "
12.30 am
2.40 "
5.05 "
8.20 "
10.23 "
J.10PM
3.07 "
5.09 "
5.40 "
6.00 "
7.55 "
9.15 "
11.55am
2.55 "
6.50 "
TRAINS GOING EAST.
No. 8.
MAIL.
No. 2. ) No. 6. I No. 4.
FA8TIE PACES. CHI. EX.
Chicago 5.15 am 9.20 am 5.35 pm
Plymouth 9.15 " 12.02 pm 9.10 "
Fort Wayne.. 12.20 pm 2.20 " 1145 "
Lima 2.45" 4,07" 1.60 am
Foreat 4.00 " 5.08 - 3 00 "
Crestline A 5 35 " -30 " 4.30 "
. resume J n 3Q fi M u
Muisfleld 12.05 am T.21 " 516 "
Orrville 2.13 " 9,20 " 712 "
Alliance 4.20 " fl.OO " 900 "
Rochester.. .. 6.57 " 1,18 am 11 20 "
Pittsburgh.... 8.10" 3,20" 12 25ph
9.20 pm
12.50 am
3.25 "
6.15 "
6.28 "
8.05 "
8.25 "
8.55 "
11.06 "
1.10 pm
S.39 "
4.46
No. 1. Daily except Monday ; No. 2. 5. 7 and8
Daily except Sunday ; Nes. 3 and 6 Dailr: No. 4
BaUy, except Saturday and Sunday.
F. R. MYERS, Gen. Pass. A Ticket Agt.
Louisville, Jfew Albany & Chicago
Short and Popular Eoute
TO AI-I. POINTS
EAST WEST,
NORTH & SOUTH
Trains leave Wanatah Station as follows-
IBAIJIS HOKEH. . TBAINS SOUTB
H1A-M- Morning Express,4 9.05 a.m.
1.30p,m. Freight Train, ' 7 2 1" S"
Cars are attached to Frei&ht Tr.i. ix.
accommodation of Passengers who m .1,1, tr.
travel on them.
R. If. . MIWTY,
Glllllll TTPVbTW...
8.K. IIOOPBR, Hewllbarvrind.
UW Ii nnn Asest,
New Allans, Indiana
rrrna
i
4h
n
Insurance
Cash resources equal to every
any vompaiiy m me unueu states u estoi unio; operated
by underwriters of twenty years' cxpeiiencc: Chicago
losses paid fifteen days after the fire: In every
respect a well established first-class Under
writer, tried by
The Fiercest Tests Known
-
:o: -
Showing the Progress of the Company since 1 868:
Assets, Jan'y 1, 1808 $ jugO
' July 1, 18tW 118,010 47
Jan'y 1, 1809 mTC8 n
JTUly 1, ISO'.) 15.1.380 7:j
Jan'y 1, 1870 18'J,77S .
' July 1, 1870 V.)4,S4( 70
Jan'y 1, 1871 2S!,715 it")
" July t, 1871.... 42:,un 01
' Jany 1, 187C C45.417 91
July 1, 187i 740,475 GO
Tho above results have buen achieved dining the time of the ruinous com petition
of 1807 and 1808, and amid the Conflagrations of 1871, without assessment of
Stock-holders, or other unusual means.
FIRE AND MARINE RISKS ACCEPTEDX
JON. F. WILLIAMS, A. LARRABEE,
rresident.
JOHN S. BENDER,
DRUGS!
Ghemi;
and
SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN AND GANO STS.
Keep consiantly on hand a complete stock of
Brtigs. tflcflicincs Chemictrts, Bainls
OILS PERFUMERY, NOTIONS,
WALL AXD, WIND 0 WPA PER, TOBA CCO, CIGARS, LAMPS &
Strict attention given to the compounding of Fhynicians Prescriptions au
Family Recipes ; and dispensed in the most scientific manner.
I3LAIN & Co.
NEW FALL AND
MOST BECKER'
NEXT 1)0011 TO W. W. HILL'S, BAKERY.
I am happy to inform my customers, and
show you the best selected stock
PLYMOUTH, -
My Stock of Domestic Goods is full and Complete.
Xice 1 yard Wide Bleached Muslin, for 12J cts.per yard.
Good Ginghams, for 12J cts. per yard.
In Dress Goods, I have got some EXTRA BARGAINS TO GIVE.
Nice Irish Poplins, for $7,00 a Pattern. If, is worth your while to look
at it My Stock of Ladies' Furnishing Goods is
complete. Under Wear for Children, from
5 years and upwards. Can be had
at my STORE.
A nice assortment of Shawls and Motions, among them I keep the Old Brand o
Seamless Josephine vid Gloves, which I warrant not to Rip, with two
Buttons on them. My Stock of CLOTHING ij very large,
and I can fit a boy from 6 years, up to a big man, all
which I will sell at a very low priee. Also, a
full Stock of BOOTS and SHOES very
cheap. HATS and CAPS in a
great variety.
I am thankful for past favors, and I am determined to merit a continuance of
public favor, by keeping on hand a good assortment of goods, and prompt attention
t t oil fill urAmnnn
his an iuovuuicid.
SIMON
-EL- IEC 1E3 SOS
FEVER MD AGUE CURE
WILL POSITIVELY CURE ALL
MIASMATIC FEVERS, CHILLS and FEVER
OR FEVER AND AGUE, DUMB AGUE,
THIRD DAY OUR. CONGESTIVE CHILLS, BILLIOUS, OR
REMITTENT FEVERS, OR THOSE PERIODICAL FEV
ERS WITH BUT A SLIGHT CHILL OR NOCHJLL,
ENLARGED SPLEEN,(COMMONLY CALLED
AGUE CAKE,) GENERAL DRB1LITY,
LOSS OF APPETITE, OR ANY
OTHER FEVERS CAUS
ED BY MALARIA.
Manufectured and sold Wholesale and Retail by
.ng3-M PERSHING & Co., Plymouth, Ind.
m
4
Company,
a 2L S 3 0 3L XX
:o:-
emergency; income larger than
in the Last 100 Years.
Secretary.
Agent at Plymouth.
I RUGS,
miaois
MtUfaaAMUWl
WINTER GOODS,
general trade, that lam ready now to
of merchandise, ever brought to
- INDIANA.
fl.
MONEY SAVED
By purchasing Groceries of
PERSHING & WELCH,
At No. 3 Michip-arrst.
Who are now ofiferine and selling gsod str
rhpnn ua
The Cheapest in this Market
ror asn nna froduee.
We keep a fall line of articles, an-
are kept in a btrocery and F'rovialoa stoie.
Cement and Stucco.
But a LITTLE AMB wc
have nof.
PERSHING Sl WELCH.
Plvrnouth, Ind-., May 1, 187myltf
INSURANCE AGENCY
or
A. C. & A. B. CAPROK,
PLYMOUTH IADIAISA.-
INSURE YOUR LIVES IN THE
OF SEW YORK,
Cash Assets, Over $50,000,000
We represent the Mluwing noimd and letintAer
Insurance Companies::
International. N. Y.. ...
Franklin, Philadelphia.
Hartford, of J fart ford, . .
Union, San Fran,cixco, . .
..fl, "000,000
..$3,200,000
..$2,S50,OOC
..$1,213,000
We will issue polici.. on nil alaue of limiraMy
property, on favorable tcrmg
A. C. & A. B CAPRON, --
Anrntt.
Fcbl'72-ir
C. PALMER & SON,
RKtLRK 1
Willow 4 liairN.
Itea springs and
Matti-PMNeK.
AI.HO
I'ntfvrtakrrN TrinimlnM,
Walnut & Koxewootl lofllni,
AND
METALLIC CASES-
Wtlh Rood Hearse all on reanonabl termi. at
Iheold atand ol G. S. ClcnTeland.
On Laporte Strest,
CHARLES I'ALMER & SON.
ri.rnioiiil,, lnd., S.ir. i. 18 . n52tf
IF YOU WANT
ANYTHING m;THE
Furniture Line,
ON REASONABLE TEREIS,
GO TO THE GREAT
Fl'RNITURE DEPOT
OP
A. L. ALL 31 AN & C0.t
Eat Hide of Michigan St., Plymouth. Indi.
Coffins and Metalie Burial Cases
Kept on hand and furnished to order, with hears
if desired, on the mmt reasonable term.
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H. C. & R. W. KING.
MANCFACTUKERS AKD DEALERS V&
Iron Cylinder Pumps.
Planinp, Rr-Sawlng. Sertll gawlng, ni
Hod TornlDg Dwae U Order.
Market Prioa paid for White weod and Walnut
Bolt. Lath for sale in large aad small qnantitias.
H.C.KING, B.W.KING,
Ottawa, 111. Pljmoata, Ind.
Shop north of Railroad, in tha Montfomarr
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NEW LIVERY STABLE.
A. C. THOMPSON'S,
LIVERY.
Fedd and Sale Stable,
lUnc Old Boekrye Stand, ntir Parker Iitt
PLYMOUTH, IND.
Horsfs, Cnrriagci, and
Steighs to JLet,
And Horaea boardsaon. ra.k1. hiai.
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