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Jk-t ?3.()0 for One Year, At $1.00 for Six Month ja.t SO Ct. for Three Month. TKKatg. rv-it in adraBee. 1tATS OF ADVERTISING One Inch ola 1 $25.0oI$lS.OO$12.00 S 8.(10 5.00 K.00I 8.00 7.00 7.00 5.00 6.001 4.00 S.IK) I 2.50 4.00 3.00 2.00 3.00 2.00 1.00 Mill M1LLIKAN, Publisher, PLYMOUTH, IND. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. PMt Office Directory. Omwcpen frem T A. x. to 8 r. x. Mom? vDtder Md Register office open from 7 a. !Jt. to ?..-. JiAJXS CLOSE AS FOLLWS : Going East, A. . 6:4 r. m. Going West, 2,35 P. X. Thnrmail, 8:35 A. X. Going South, 11:30 a. x. Join North, 1:30 r. x. Bremen ltall-ajrives Tuesday & Friday, 12 x. " " departs Tuesday & Friday, 3 r. x. Marmodt Kit. End dep. Tuesday & Friday, 12 x. " u .m departs " 12 x. ""i'jiat HtU ted Lakeville arr. Tuesday, Thurs dni ind Satsrtiav, at 2 r. X. Departs Monday, Wdneads'iSAdidaj, at 8 a. x. W. M. KENDALL, P. M. Camrch Directory. VTfTHODIST EPtSCUPAL CHURCH. John X.. Bors. Pastor. Preaching on Sunday at half past .ten, a. M,,aBd'imlf past six r. x. Sunday chool ;at half past twelve o'clock. Elder a-oepleteulaf 8 meeting immediately after Snndav raomiaff service. YMorn- Ja.t And prayer meeting Thursday even ) lie at half past ix.eWorfc. All are cordially iarvited. .AMERIOUS LODGE. No.'Sl'L O. O. F. meets every Thursday evening natTyp- jbu Keefdant sad visiting Brothers are coreiiily inrtCCdtSi? attes d, C. S. S. Todd. .A. L. Reeve, N. .G ecretary. 2S-6mo Ft-TxocTH Lodge, No. 149 F Jfc A. M. The Mated rommnuications of Plymouth Lodge, No. 149, F. t A. M., wffl be held on the 1st & 3rd Friday in each month during the year 1ST3, as t ollows:, Januarv 3tr and 17th, Julv 4th and ISth. February 7th " 21t. Aug. 1st " 15th. March 7th " 21. Sept 5th ltfth. April 4th " ltitfc. Oct. 3rd " lVth. Mav 2nd" 16th. "ov 7th " 21st. June -U " ' xuta. Dec 5th " iStli Members and visiting Brtujen Fraternally invited '.te lle present. Br eider of fcr-e W. M. TUEli. CKESSNER, Jr. Secretary. U. A. fishr, feols-tilleu to the readers of the Stark CotutVr Ltuiyer. The er want; ioar wolf xalps, and J will pay uiorcli'or tbeiM li'jxii ;iny one else :iu town, lie wants Luejii to cover the bald plate on hiVhuuL Godey's Lady's Book tir March, in sadvauce of all Use mou:3iUfts, lias made lits appearance e our table. It is a beau tiful number and will j-utx'ji tlie good .name ofulsr merazi ne. The .Social Cirw?e ot tie AL E.. church, nvill be1 held at tktt resiJeEe 'of Jlr. II. lluiurichouscr, tioxt 'Xtoeunliw; evei'ilng. ,AU are invited. Quarterly meeting at Urv 1L 11. church next .Saturday and Suuday. Services on i aturday at v. m. aud ii. tn -.Sunday, at usuali;(rt rs. Soiae'oitc of the " Roosters" were ut on Lur', last Sual'ty niUt, Zeatol ished mm t the lare buy uiuthu s of Jlohaui'ji Hall. We understand that quite a. oumher of viur ttjspectable (?)citizeiis have b?en in troduced to fee 4Hetd tadce, and. we pre sume, questioned as regards their Bac--chanatlau proclivities. The ?;rke Co. Ltxlgec says; "Ute spec ial term of our court did not euuie of last week, Judge Gillett did cut put in his ap pearance." lie should be iined tor con Setjipt. The Miekigaa City Enterprto gives a lengthy account of spiritual, or some oth er niuaifestaUoiia, -.given at teitx iu that place, by Messes. Taylor aai BastiaoJ mediums. T-fec well-kaown faces of de ceased pens&Rs were pre seated, and con versations heli wcth them. The Enter pritepaki ef them as " tricks that were - queer; but dan't ipretend to .account for them. The Superintendent of the Indianapolis public schools has been authorized by the School Board to start a school ex pressly for the unruly pupils. This was found necessary -en account of the excess es practiced fey ome of the larger boys in the lower grades. Not a bad idea. This may be a hint to other school boards. The following named persons were elected officer?, of the Stark County Agri cultural Society, to-wit: President, Ed ward Tucker; Vice President, W. Shil ling ; Treasurer, Charles Larimore; Secre tary, J. E. SlMrt; Ex. Committee, Isaac Bascom, A. F. Dial and John MegilL Juliet Grow, wife of John P. Grover of North towsship, Marshall County, Ind. died February 5th, 1873, aged 63 years and 5 months. I She was a meek follower of her Lord and Master for forty years, and died U hope of a blessed immortali ty. She left a husband and several child rea, grad children, and a large circle of friends to mourn her loss: but we all mourm, not as those who have no hope. It has been proved beyond a doabt that there is no remedyeqal to Smolakder's BucHtJ for toning and stimulating the nervous system, and y which , means alone kidney, bladder and glandular dis eases, mental and physical debility, dia betes, gravel, loss of vigor in either sex, and feamale complaints : succumb ami health is restored: COiu'a OOlu'D "1 yiT, J80.00 $40.00 S mouths, K..00 zO.OO 3 mouths. 20.00 12.00 1 month, il.w 7.00 H WMk, S.M, 4.00 A Special Electiba .A' special election is to be held throgh out tbe SMte of Indiana, on the 18th inst., for the ratification or rejection of the fol fo'wing -pro posed amendment of tbe con stitution, in conformity with an act of the Legislature, approved on the 28tt ult. The act referred to is as follows : ; No law or resolution shall ever" be passed by the General Assembly of "the State of Indiana that shall recognize airv liability of this State to pay or redeem any certificate of stock issued m pursu ance of an act entitled 'An act to provide tor the funded debt ot tne state of Indi ana, and for the completion ot the Wa bash and Erie Canal to Evansvillc,' pass ed January 19, 184G, and 'an act supple mental to said act, passed January 29, 1847, which by the provisious of the said acts, or either of them, shall be payable exclusively from the proceeds of the can al lands and the tolls and revenues of the canal in said acts mentioned, and no such certificate ot stock shall ever be paid by this State." The manner of votina has Hot been prescribed. Humpty Dumpty To'-niglit, and to-morrow night at the Balcony Hall, by the Capolo and Kavel Company. This wjll be something new for Plymouth ; this pantomime has been greatly admired in the large cities. It will be almost worth the price of ad mission to see the new scenery and other attractions recently introduced. A very joyful company assembled at Mr. Corbin's, Tuesday evening, at the Episcopal Social. We noticed among others from a distance, in attendance, Judge Stanfield, and Pros. Atty. Wood. Married in Plymouth, on the 4th inst. by Rev. A. Fuller, Mr. Henry Feidinand to Miss Elizabeth Mandeville, all of this place. The trial of Kiueii, for the murder of Thornburg, is still progressing. The witnesses on the part of the State have all been examined. The examination of de fendant's witnesses will commence to-day Look Oct for tue Confidence Mex. Dr. A. W. Chew showed us a printed cir cular, last SaturilajT, that he had received from New York, in which he is offered a fortune if he is disposed to buy counter feit grcenbitcks and circulate them. The con tide ncer enclosed with the printed cir cular, his address in a very fair business hand wnting which is "Dr. L. M. Brad dus, 34 Amity street, Xew York " It is the same old game that has been practic ed for a Ions lime. Died of scarlet fever, on the 6th inst., Elva Jane Hiort. aged 2 yrs. 11 mo. and 5 days, infant dau.luer of A. fc E. J. Short. " On the '8th membranouj Cameron. inst., Ross Cameron, of. croup, iniant sou of R The little sleopcrs have "gone trom the evil to come." J. L. Boyd. O "P 'p in another column, advertisement aliout O JL A Uwa aott .xbruka Land. Removal. M. Ruoe t Co., liave remove their Meat Market to the room nevt door north of Humrickhouser & Dial's grocery, next week, where they will have a matt room for their business, and wiil keep uli kinds if meat, and of the beat grade, for their customers. dec. l'J-tf. A tew more cash ouuscibers wanted for the Republican. T7e club the New York Weekly Times with the Republican for $3,25, or the Semi-Weekly Times for $4,73 SEE in another colnmn,advertisementnlxut Iowa and Nebraska Lands. Taruxine. Call at G. W Duke's, Plymouth, A. Leslie, Arsrus, or Dr. Matchette & Hattle, .Bourbon, and get a sample bottle of Taraxine free of charge. It cures liver complaint, co3tiveness, indigestion, dyspepsia. Regular size $1. n7-Sm. Cough and wheeze ; but for ease, call at G. W. D ike'sDrug Store, Plymouth, A. LUlie's' Argos, or Matchette and Hattle, Bou.'bon and get a sample bot tie of Brown's Expectorant free. It cares conghs colds, asthma, bronchitus, hoarseness, . whooping cough and con sumption, if ta lien in time. n-3m. The Best Chill Cure. Dr. Wh,hoftv's Anti-Periodic cures Chills and Fever and all other kindred diseases and prev ents the horrid sequeloe of malarial poison, such as bloated faces, enlarged spleen, p tie, sallow complexion and shakey nerves. It contains no arse nic which is useel to kill rats and vermin. It contains no stye hnine, used to kill wolves, polecats a nd vicious dogs. It contains no quinfne which splits the head and stops the esvrs. But its combination is simple, contain ing only a few innocent drugs that any child or old lady can tike with impunity. YY llboit s Tome is as s.ue as it is sure.and a cure guaranteed. The Celebrated Ajuotlk Bitters are a fine adjunct to Wilhoft's Tonic after convalescence, unrivaled for their delicate 6timulant properties. Valuable Property For Sale. The undersigned offers his residence, on South Michigan St., oposite A.' L. Wheeler's, aUo my Plaining Mill situ ated south of the Red .Warehouse ' Plain ers new, and machinery in perfect run ning order, for further particulars inquire at the mill. Feb. 12-tf GEO. L. BRINK. For Sale or Bent The undersigned offers to rent the place where he now lives. There is four acres of hmd almost entirely covered with fruit tree, grapevines, raspberries, blackber ries ttrawberries, eta A good dwelling bouse, and convenient buildings are on the place. I would prefer to rent the place, but will sell for a fair price. It would suit a Gerimm family for a market and fruit garden. It is located about six miles south-west of Tlymoiith, near Zeii nei's mill. ; L. H. ANDREWS. feb. 1st, 1873-tt. SEE in another c lnmn, advertisement about Iowa anil Nebraska Lands. Evans & Patten urn keep thier meat market well suppli ed with pork, beef, veal chickens, rabbits, i'fce. ' Thp best Boys' t.nd girls' magazine, and the Marshall County Republican at greatly reduced ra tes. We will send the Marshall Couiity Republican and Demqrest's Yoinu America, which is $1.00 for one yesir, to any person who pays us $2.50,Demorest's Young Amer ica is always sp: .rkling with entertaining Stories, Poems, Music, Puzzles, Games Travels, and other pleasant features; is profusely illustrated, and cannot fill to amuse, instruct and elevate, and assist to make the lives of youthful Americans use ul, truthful and happy. 2-tf. Wanted I want to hire a man to work. He must be c f steady, sober habits, know how to handle and take care of a team, able to do gt neral work about a farm, of general usef alaess 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. Reeye. Notice- i.DiTOR Re publican. Theiv( will be a meeting of the. Marshall County Teaehers' Association, at Bourbon, Saturday, Feb ruary 8th, at 10 o'clock A. M. By order of Ex. Committee, M. E. Nash, Secretarv. Just received a nice lot of new and elegant styles of calicoes and ' Other dress goods, lie offer them at a very low PRICE. 500,000 Subscribers WanJtd. The new volume of Scribner's Monthly will present a more brilliant array of contributors, a wider and more throrougli discussion of the topics treat ed in its Editorial Departments, liner il iustralions, and more uniformly good printing than any which has preceded it. The List of Contributors just published contains nearly one hundred of the bright est names known to our literature. Among the features of special interest will be ' Dr. Holland's Splendid Serlrl, "ARTHUR BONfJICASTLE," A STOKY OF AMERICAN LIKE. Also a . series of brilliantly Illustrated . Papers, by Ed'vaud King, under the, lit ie of "THKGMAT SOUTH," wliiuh will W alone worth the price of the Monthly. Theve will be also entert .in ing Pajiers "About Authors, thfir Friends, Whiras, and Ways." Papers on "The Decoration of American Home.' "teketrhes, with " Portraits, of Living Aniedcan Writers." Also "The Best biiort Stories" by the best of living storv writers. There will be DescriptiTe Art"i cies, latesot 1 ravel and Auventure, the choicest Potr.us, the most Brilliant Es-' says, E'litor'.als, Reviews, and Art Criti-1 ques. Departments relating to Howe and I Society, Nature and Science, and Culture t and Progress, Amusing and Interesting) retellings, sc, presenting nearly 20,000 pages of the choicest illustrated litera ture by the best writers in the English language. Scribner's Monthly has obtained something more than national recognition. M An eminent English author, in a note to tbe Publishers, savs : in incomvar- ably better Vian any Magazine I haze come across. It claims to be the.foremotst Magazine of its class in. the worM!" Subscription Price $ 4.00 a Year, paya ble in advance. November and December Numbers sent free to all Subscriliers for 1873 Scribner & Co., 634 Broadway. N. Y. $955,000 IS CASH GIFTS. To be Distributed ly the OF" NEW YORK. Daily Drawings!!! A PRIZE FOR EVERY TICKET. 1 Cash Gift $100,000 I ?5 Cash Gifts, ea, ttJMf) Cash -' ea. 60,000 1 300 " " sm 12 " " Sft.OOO i 2K " ' 2n jU m 6 0oo j 559 u u. ' jf, 300 Gold Watches $T5- to Son 2T5 Sewing Machines... ...' 60 to 75 Elegant Pianos each 230 ta Too 50 Melodeons.'. , BO to. 200 Cash Gifts, Silver Ware, ate, valued . at 11,500,000 A chance to draw any of the above prizes for 25 cents. Tickets describing Prices are sealed in. En velopes and well mixed. On receipt of 25 cent a sealed ticket is drawn without choice, and sent bv mU to any address. The prise named upon.it wiil be delivered to tbe ticket holder on payment of $1. Prizes are immediately sent to any address by ex press or return mail. - You will know what your prize is- before-yon pay for it. Any Prize exchanged for another of the same valne. No blanks. Our patrons can depend on fair dealings. Opinions or tbe Press: Fair DeaUnes- eaa be relied on. N. 7. Hrmld Aug. 83. A genuine dle- trtDuuon. woria, oepu . oi one ot the hum bugs of the day. B'eeHjf TnfcuM, July. t. They give general satisfaction KtaaU ZtiUng, Aug. S. Reference.: By kind permission we refer to the following: Franklin 8. Lane, Louisville drew $13,000. Miss Hattie Banker, Charleston, $9,000. Mrs. Louisa T. Blake, St. Paul, $7K). Samuel. V. Raymond, Boston, $5,500. Engsne P. Brackett, Pittsburgh, Watch $3oo. Miss Annie Osgood," New Orleans, $5000. Emory L. Pratt. Columbus, Ohio, $T,000. . ' One Cass Oitt in every packam of 1!S ticket guaranteed. 5 tickets for $i.0O; ifrfor $2.00; 25 for $3.00: 50 for $5.00: 150 for $15.00. , , Agents wanted, to whom we offer liberal induce ments ari guaraiwee sansiacnon. ArDBBM,. i. Madison ft Co., '. Feb. 13niS 113 & 115 Nassau St V. Dri-Vikall, has-rgmoved his office to the roams over Laiier & Brother's dry goods attore, where He is very comfortably fixed, aod will probably remain. n4-tf. . For Sale. At the gnttsiiop in Plymouth, Indiana, double aw? single barrel shot gun'., double and singrbarrel rifles, revolvers, gun locks, shott-pouches, powder flasks, &c. L. B. WHITE. Jan. 9, 3m. BRY rOOBS, AND MILLINERY. IXTISHES to inform the neoDle of this enmmn- V nity that she has bought Mrs. Williamson 'b enure siock ot Millinery & Motions 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 hand a line assortment of D'AA U ac DltY GOODS AND IN II L LI - PCICTfy of every description; and is Determ ined thi:t no one Mill Sell Cheaper Than she does, so give her a call if you wish to save money. Three Doors South of Dnke's Drug Store, East side of Michigan Street, Plymouth, ln'd nS-3m. 0 0 8 o ir1 O a W o XJl o p CD c-t- o tr1 Q O O o CQ o w H H O CQ lVos. 13 nritl a. SDOLIA SUuILLBUS CUMNTUB. HCMPHHETS' HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFIC HAVE PROVED, FROM THE HOST AMPLE experience.an entire eucess: Sinple Prompt Efficient and Reliable. They are the emly Medi cines perfectly adapted to popular pb simple that mistakes can not be made in nsiag them : so harmless as to be free from danger, and se efficient as to be always reliable. They have raised the high est commendation from all, and will always ren der satulaction. No. Cnrcff. Cent. 1, Fcvtn, Congestion, Inflamsurtiens. JS i, Worms, Worm Fever, Worm Colic. 25 t, " Crying-Colic or Teething of Iafaats. S5 : 4, Diarrhoea, of Children or Ad alts 25 5, " Dysentery', Griping, Bilious Colic.. IS 6r " ChoIera-MortHis, Vomiting ... tS T. " Comgfcs, Colds, Wonchitie Si 8, " If euralaria, Tooahache, Faceacb. 25 1, " Headaches, Sick ladache.Vertig 26 1, " Dyspepsia, Bilious Stomach....... 25 11, " Suppressed, or Painful Period.... 25 19, " Whites, too Profuse Periods 95 13, ' Cronjp, Cough, Difficult Breathing J5 14, Salt Hhcain, Erysipelas, Ernptions 25- 15, " Rheumatism, Rheumatic Z'afee 25 16, " Fever and Aruc, Chill Fever igues 58 K, " Piles, blind or bleeding 50 18, " 0phthalmy, and Sore orWeak Eyes 50 19, " Catarrh, acute or chronic, Influenza. 50 20, " Whoopina;-CouKh,violeBtcoughs 60 2t, Asthma, oppressed Breathing.. ... 60 22, " atr Discharges, Impaired bearing. 60 23, " Scrofula, enlarged glands. Swellings 50 24, u CieneralDebility.Phytical Weakness 60 25, " Dropsy and scanty Secretions 60 26, M Se-Sickness, sickness from riding 60 27, " Kidney-Disease, Gravel 50 28, " Servoui Debility, Seminal Emissions, involuntary Dis charges 1 00 Five Boxes, with one $2 vial of ' Powder, very necessary in serion cases 5 00 29, " Sore Mouth, Canker 60 30, w Urinary Weakness, wettingbed. 50 81, " Painful Periods, with Spasms .. . 60 82, " Suffering at change of life 1 00 S3, " Epilepsy, Spasms, St Vitus' Dance.. 1 00 84, " Diphtheria, ulcerated sore throat.. 50 FAMILY CASES Of 35 Iarge vials, containing a epeclfle for every ordinary disease a family Is sub ject to, with book of directions $10 Of SO vials, with book, Morocco Cue. .... A Veterinary- Specifics (fluid), for core of diseases of all Domestic Ani roils, with l " directions 1 Complete Case, with large Manual. 10 barge Rosewood Case of 60 vials, containing all our Specifics, including Vet erinary and others not enumerated above.. 35 . POND'S EXTRACT CnresYuurns, Bruises, Lameness, Sore' essySore Throat, Sprains, Toothache, ' ' Eara-he, Kenralrja, Rheumatism, lAmbetaror Piles? Bolls, Stings, Sore Eyes, Bleeding of the Lungs, Nose Stomaeby er of Piles Corns, Ulcers, Old Sores. . Price, 8 os., 80 ets. Pints, $1. Quart, 9)1.7. f7 These Remedies, except TOWD'S 'EX TRACT, and single vials of Veterinary Medietas, are sent by the case or single box. to any part ot the country, (roe of charge, on receipt of the prfce. Address, , . n ... . .. k HuraphByB Specific Homeopathic Medicine Co. Office and Depot, Ko. 663 Bboadwat, New Tom, Sr. Sal Toy all Druggists. .; For Sale by -m ,' . c C3P0E & HAYS, Druggists, no-SHy Plymouth, Indiana. CHEAP BB.T GOODSI READ THIS! Read And then tell your friends, arid whkh can WILLIESSOBJ S Go's CITY DRY GOODS STORE. l all Kiftas of- FALL AIS WIIflE Consisting of Ladies' Dress Goods of the newest and" latest styles; Ladies' Under Clothing, Furs and Shawls ; also, a splendid assortment of Flannels, Fine Cloths, Cassimeres, Hats, Caps, Merits 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 are 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. W e are sure you will be satisfied, as our plan is to deal honestly and fairly with all. "HONESTY BEING THE BEST FOLICY." Un addition to the above large stock, we rj.icuuiu iui wi Diau.ets anu vaunts Carpet Chain, Spun Cotton THTilliamson & Go. HARDWARE buck & CUE1VERA1L IX mYo. 9 Michigan St PLYMOUTH, WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW YOff A FULL STOCK OF GOODS IN OUR LINE, WHICH WILL BE SOLD ' LOW FOR CASH. CALL AND EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. : Also for Cjtmr-AiB Goods. Address, GOODSPEED'S EMPIRE FTJBMSHIG HOTJSE, Chicago, Cincinnati, St Louis, New Orleans, r" New York.- Ag-lw Tliis! READ THIS! everybody of the Great Bargains be had at have received, and are sellinir chean ; aiso, some very nne Horse tsiankets,. and Trunks, Carpet-sacks, sc. toan AliEK INDIANA, y $75 to $ 150 per month 5 r male and femalel to lutroduc Hie GEJTCI IKS IMPROVED COMMON -&EN8B tsKW IJiU MAUhllJNJS. Ihis macnlse -will such, hem, fell, tuck, quilt, cord, bind, braid and embroider in a-most superior manner. Price only $15.- Fully licensed and warranted- for five years. We will pay, $1,000 for any ma chine that will sew a stronger, nor beautiful ot mbto elastic seam than ours. It makes -the "Elastic Lock Stitch." Every BscjosjsV stitch can be cut, and still tbe cloth cannot b nbllRd attart Without tesrinc ft We 1 penses, or a commission, from which twtea the amount can be made.' Address &BCOefB CO OWoato Di. QQQDS.