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f 1' 1 i ' ( - i 4 i J 1 HE 1 HKEXOLOGICAli" JOURNAL for , .t ebraary conies out as fresh and vigorous a a fcrisp, seasonable and in all respects salutary stock of reading matter can f make a magazine. Opening its leaves. - .. we duot a gooo. snetcn and portrait . or the ' tegrettcd Norman McLeod, D. I). : also P. "'. Speculative Non-Philosophy ; What do . We Live for ? The 24an of T hree Drctrais, especially notable now that Ms. nephew I the Ex-emperor is dead; 'Natural-- Death; American Shad Culture; Daniel Fox ; the centenarian farmer ;. Classes of Society; Clara Louise Kellcgj ChVistian-Charity; v Harvey Piindie Peet, LL. D., the emi nent instructor of Deaf-mutes ; Is Phren ology Dead ? to which ive respectfully answ er, ' e think mot Rotation in Ottice ; The Horse and Civilization; Early Mcxi- ean History; etc. Price as usual, J0 cents or $3 a year. Ve notice that the publish er offers a premium of a new Clnomo to sew enbscriliers who send 30 cts extra for postage and mounting. SR. Wells, pub lisher, 389 Broadway, N. Y. The American Homes For January is the third numper of the third volume of that bright and charming family maga zine, whose stories and illustrations are so admirably adapted to grown folks as well as the children. A beautiful Oil Chromo mounted, sized and varnished ready for framing, of a little boy and girl, and GOO pages of reading matter, for only 1.25, should lead everybody to subscribe at once for this popular periodical which contains good stories, practical recipes, fashion cuts and information, Sunday reading, school compositions and inter esting information for the Masons, Odd Fellows, G. A. R. and other fraternal organizations. Send $1.25 now to Ciias. II. Tati.or & Co., Publishers, til Cornhill, Boston, .or 22 Market Street, Chicago, 111. .A :newsp.iper having reported that mon key was tight at the c-ipital of Wet.t Yir ; ginia, aconteuiporary, who is acquainted with the habits of the legislators, thinks it would be .a good thing" for the State if "money" was "the only thing in Charles ton that as -tight," and another one . suggests that it would be well if tome things a Charleston were tighter than -they aiv forc-iample, the fastenings on . the Treasury. A concurrent resolution passed both Houses of the Kansas Legislature yester day, providing for a joit committee to in vestigate the charges of bribery in the la'.e Senatuaial election. Beyond the Mississippi. Tkousands "have already gone, and tlioti- - wine's more are turning their eyes towards new homes in the fertile west." To tlees . going to JIissouii,Kansas, Nebraska. Col orado, Utah, "Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon - or California, we recoineud a cheap, safe, quick and direct rout r.. St. Louis, over tuc "Missouri Pacific Railroad, which runs Its fine Day Coaches and Pullmau Sleep ier;! from St. Louis to principal jwints in th e West, without cluinge. We believe tb at the Missouri Pacific Railroad has the t est track and the finest and safest equip T uent of any line west of the Mississippi, "and its connections with roads further West are prompt and reliable. The Texas connection of this road is now completed, and passengers are offerd a first class, nil rail route from St. . Louis to Texas, either over tha Missouri, Kansas & Texas R. Tt., tia Sedalia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific R. R., tia Vinita. For maps, timetables, information as to rates, routes, &c, wc 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 answ ered : Emigration Turning! Chtnp Farms in South-west Missouri, The Atlantic & Pacific Railroad Compa ny offers 1,200,000 acres of land in Cen tral and South Missouri, at from 3 to $12 per acre, on seven years' time, with free transportation from St. Louw to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, school, churches and law abiding society invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruits and flowers. For par ticulars address A. Tuck, Land Commis sioner, St. Louis, Mo. JOHN SCHULTHEISS,- HAXUIMCTCBER or Oak, Harness, Upoer Kip and Calf Leather, Michigan Street, Fitxocth, Is dian a. t3""HIghet Cash price paid Xo does and Peite. prtl- Great Closing Out siles. NOW IS THE VERY TIME . AND . BAUER'S U the place to boy yoor goods CHEAPER than erer Wore gold in Plymouth. LATTER & BROTHER, Being about to dissolve partnership, and one of the firm, Mr. Levi Lauer, having determined to go to Cincinnati, in a wholesale I establishment Will sell their Entire Stock REGARDLESS OF COST, as they eoaaidar this method the best and easiest way to convert it into money. Thev wiil sell everv thing in their Store, which is filled to its ntmok capacity, consiting of PiiY GOODS, READY-MADE CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, AND YANKEE NOTIONS gt coet prices, sod many articles below cost. The stock k well selected, and bought expressly Dont fail to come and see for yourselves, before yon buy eleewhere, as tfcis opportunity is seldom .offered to the people of Marshall County. ESPECIAL BARGAINS IN . Residy-snade Cltbtng, Peace Goods, and Flannel. . Ow place of business is one door Korth ofllaw ej't Boot and Shoe Store. LAUER & BROTHER. PljBionth, Nov, 21, 1872. New Shoe Store!; Respectfnlly announce to his friends and tlio people generally that he iiaa jnst received . a full assortment of liew cuatom-iiuide BOOTS AND SHODS, I which he is selling at lower prices than ever beloHS offcred. Call and exsmiuv liis oods at the sign of the the two veti boots, in tho store recently occupied by , ,t , , T. A. isiiuoiis, . Also Meaun s taken and Boots nnd Flioe made to order, and Kepairiug done at all times on slio: t notice, by JAiiliij 1'i.ANT & CO., at the same place. November 14t!i, 1ST2. nl-Smos. ' FIBS! FlltS !! The nndcrsiimed having met with a severe loss in the destruction of his properly, by tire, ie under tiie necessity of calling upi.n al! who ar in debted to him, for the amount they o'e. It is necessary that he should have the nV.ncy within the next thirty days, to assist in putting ap new buildings in place of th-jse destroved bv lire. Au. S, "i-tf. J OilS ' 1ML1 M. Ittftlial Notice. (ADVKr.TIESEXT.) Dr. F. 31. Laiapcr. Orthopedic Pit.geo?., cures and str:;i;rhtens Cross Kves instantaneously, an.-i opera:. ami Ovals successfuliy all diseases "of the Kyu: cu.-. s Club Foot, and in tact the doctor ojw-rares Tor anv dis ease or injury that, require a sursjict! ovjiiition ; also has uevi r fnilixi to eitre any case ot tits, i:o matter of how lunu- etan iiu. Kiietiun'tism, Diabp. tes, or any diseaw.) ot the i"riii,iry Crans. Will cure Scrofula, aiso Coiis.in:pt:ijn" in its tiriinarv stag'.is. The doctor treats c'.isoases by a new anil seieaiifiC lnetlioti, and hi. reutdi'-s i-ij uot irritate the constitution, but their good cUeets are verv soon recognized by the pa: ties win ar-- to ruinate enotigii to be the recipient oi his treatment, lie does not pn-tenil to be an "advertising quack," but takes this method of inlcnuing the su!'.ern;g that there still remains a ei'.ai.ee ot huinir fi!ni! nH 'i tts doctor cannot reiiive you, he will honest :v teii von s,i. I will also snv o-ie v or.1, to feimi'es who are snfe fering from uisi ;u-e peculiar to their sex. I hrv ireated several hundred, and must say that 1 have never yet taue-.i to c:ic-r a raeica; cure, hiielose t( nie a three cent sia.'up lor a reply, aiel give me a lull history of mnrcapiniiit. It. iiimvvi r. voucan coate and submit to a ocrsona! t xapiiuaTioii ir,i had better uo so. I'ieufy ol reierence trou -ople in good standing given noon an'.)licirion. I .iil also add tiiut I au. a r.-g!dai- graduate of medicine mid ui:'e.-y, and !riv ;.:.!, very particular attention a:l its b:.m:lKS. Ami'icsi. V. :i. LAMPEIJ, M. T)., JnMI-yl. Cheiioa, ill. WEBB'S IMPROVED 11 Are prepared from RootgBarks and TTerhs. 1'sed by all physicians whenever a tonic medicine is re quired. Will cure Dyspepsia. Indigestion. Liver Complaint. "."-M'ttie. General nehiljty Fever and Ague, and Bilious Fever. They act gpon the I-''er and Digestive Orcrans. g-jving tone and strength to the whole system. In small doses are an alterative ; in larger doses, act as a cathar tic. They are the best medicine for Indies suffer ing from Loss ,f Appetite, Pains in the Back, Headache, or General Depression, and tprjdldis eases peculiar to femnleg. wheneer they can use a ftimnlant. ty"old everywhere. WEBB'S VEGETABLE CatiiarticFillsI The best Liver Pill made. Are a sure preventive for Fever and Aiiue. Take the Pilis to et an ac tion of th- LiTfr: then Wolih's Tmprovpd Stomach Bitierg 10 tone up the System. They Purify the Blood hy acting nnnn the Liver and Stomach. Sugar coated, and fold everywhere. WEBB'S VEGETABLE Condition Powders! Are conceded hv all TToraemen and !tock Kaiers to he the best Horae and Cattle Howdera in nse. In all cases of Coughs. Colds, Ronghncps of Hair. Tightness of the Skin or Hide Bound, Worms and Yellow Water, if given in time, a complete enre will he effected. We have recommendations from some of the best Horsemen and Stock Kaisers in the country, who always keep a supply by them and use it for their Horses and Cattle when needed. f" Put up in Large Red Papers and sold by all dealers in Medicine, at 25 cents, or five for ft. At wholesale by C. E. WEBB & BEO., Druggists, Proprietors, Jackson, alien. HUEB'S Sir STirilULilMT AND -T CATHARTIC A sure and permanent cure for LIVER COMPXiAINTS, DYSPEPSIA, COS TTVENESS, BILIOUSNESS, FEVEB AND AGUE, SICK HEADACHE, JAUNDICE, PILES, LOSS OF APPE TITE, INDIGESTION, and all diseases arising from a disordered state of tho Liver and Blood. It acta directly on the Liver, increasing the flow of tile into the stomach and bowels, and by its cathartic properties purges the sys-' tem of all diseased matter. To the invalid and aged it will be found an invigorating Cordial, increasing the strength and flesh, vitalizing the blood, and promoting perfect digestion.. As a family medicine, it has no equal. Said by all Druggists. $LC0 per Bottle. - PEEPAEED BY ' UTTLEFIELD, HURD & CO., BOSTON, MASS. Wholesale Agents, WEST & TUAX, Toledo, Ohio. C S. S. TODD, sole A.eent for Ply. mouth. au22-72-ly. STOMACHB ITTEBS THE "Silver Tongue" ; V' .ORGANS MAXri'ACTtKl:i) BY E. P. NEEDHAM & SON. 11 3, 145, & 147, East 23d St., K.Y. ESTABLISHED IN-1846. . Besponsible jtarties applying for agen cies in tactions "still unsupplied v ill re ceive prompt attention and liberal induce ments. ' .rarties residing at a distance from onr ituthoriiJod asrenta may order from our factory. Send for illustrated price-list. 4!)ui8 TUTTLE'S icttoe Gallery C'jEH BB0WN & PERSHING'S DRUG S TARE ) Plymouth, - - InCd an :o: pialPFo u it apii s, A.TIBROTirPES, hen la the hest 8tyl of the Art. SATISFACTION 3IV1?X!N -O: Frames always kept ok Hand :0: Prices to suit the times. J. R. LOS E Y, AGENT FOIl THE ELGIN AM) lL!jj,tt IN clocks:, tjti:cs. plated uark, ax Jh.tll.Lul Jt llfcS(UZi'T10X, And krn rri:? jintly on tiand AMEKICAX WATCIIi-JS t - soil s i.pin w.itn,. with four oa. ilvr , nd an kl jo:stt for 23. All r. :iVi;, J. U. LOPEY. Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railway Time Table. Sundny. Tc v t -lulicr lid, 172 SORTIlWAIil) THAIS S. WATCH ! I Ko. 1 ! i .Ha.oii.'Ao. 3.! Xo 5 STATIOXS. ), tol iiii?Aiio;Tiii.Ki.. KX I'fi's. i KM' I: Kes ' r. r K L lu.iiminjKiiis I Tl'Oiin; t-ilOi'si; 1.4pm .oii,'v1,lc I s i.S i 9 II " t;;:tou 1 t.h;: " i i..ig " tj," I-.okonio ;.j y.SfS " ' It:-10 " 1.M " ." C .t St l.C i v.W " j 111.46 " 4 W " I'r.nki-r M.Vi " jlii.i. " 4.51 i"fu ;1.B5 " 11 fj6 " L:n-oin ...hl.:-U " 1.4Sasi HH-ii?tr ill. mi " 1.(15 " Walnut t -2-2 " ; 1.25 " Ar-r.s 'Ii.36 rx'- 1JW " 1'lyr.ioath ) l.oa " l.fto " '1 ynor ! l ii " i 2.13 " Viaikirton 1Js9 " i a.jjtj " LRiKirH" I " ; g.jo " it.chisan City ) 8.20 " ! 4.00 " S'lfTinVAKD TRAINS". Si. 2 7 iail i-.Xo. 4. Xo. 6 'Hll ACo -'viilUAIMj i I D!. t::n ex pk i.ss ' Exr i: r.ss xi-itci-a STATIONS. ::iu City Laj) ruj Vvulkt-rtou Tyner lJ)vmouth Arj;r Walnut lioriirster Lincoln l'f ru Bunker Hill V C A St L C Kokomo Tipton Nobksvilie Ind;i'.n:ipoii! ?.30am 9.-25 " 10.12 " 1O.S0 " 10 5'J " T.MJrji I S.4ii " t.23 " 9.40 " 10.0" " 10.23 " 10 35 " 10.S5 " 11.11 " 12.00 M 12.S9 A3! 1.15 " l.iii " 4-ti5 " 2.43 " 3.30 am H 11 " 11. 2 -2 " n 40 '12.119 p 1-2.52 " l.ao " 2.10 " 2.33 " 3.1S " 4.10 5.20 " 7.00am 7.25 " 8.04 " 8.11 " 8.53 9.4J " 10.55 " Pittsburg, Ft, W. & Chicago Condensed Time Card October 27- TRAINS GOING WEST. No. t. ! Iso. 5. j No. 7. i No. 3. j MAIL. jT'o EX.; CHI. EX. 7.10 am! 9.30 am j 2.00 pm fi.35 " 10.23 " 3.08 " 11.25 " 1.10 pm 5.30 " 1.45 pm 3.07 " 7.25 " 4.2-2 " 5.0 " 9 26 " S.00 ' 5.40 " 9 55 " 6.10 " (1.00 " 10.50 " 7.55 " 7.55 " 11.28 " 9.05 " 9.15 " i 12.30 am : 11.35 " 11.55am i 2.40 " 2.35 pm 2.55 " 5.05 " I 6.30 " 6.50 " I 8.20 " PittBburgh 1.45 am Kcx-hcstor. 2.60 " Alliancs 5.10 " Orrville o.-!6 " 35ansflcld..... S.55 " ' Crestn I A 9-20 " v-restne f 9M Forest 11.05 " Lima 12.08 " Fort Wayne.. 2.20 i-m Plymouth 4.45 " i Chicago t.sa " THAINS GOING EAST. No. 6. MAIL. 1 No. 2. i No. 6. PASTL'B' PACES. Now 4. CHI. XX. Chicago Plymouth Fort Wayne.. Lima Forest Crestline Mttnsfield orrville Alliance "Rochester.. 5.15 jimI 9.20 am! fi.35 pm 9.20 TTK 12.50 AM 3.25 " 5.13 " 6.28 " 8.06 " 8.25 " !'.15 " 12.02pm, 9.10 12.20 pm j 2.20 " 11.45 2.45 " 4,07 " 1.50 am 4.00 " 5.08 " g.00 " B.3i " 6.30 " 4.30 " 11.30 " 6.50 " 4.40 " 12.05 am 7.21 " 5.10 " 8.55 " 2.13 " 6,20 " 7.12 " hl.oG 4.Z.I ,ii,t)o 9.00 " f 1.10pm O.Ol " 1,1S AM 1 11.20 " 8.10 " 2,20 " 112.25 pm Pittsburgh.... No. 1. Dailv f-x' Ttt l UTirl . v "Vvo a k -..jo Daily except Sundav ; Not. 3 and 6 Daily No 4 Daily, except Saturday and Sunday. F. K. MYERS, Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agt. Lonisvilie, Seir Albany & Chicago Short and Popular Eoute TO AI.fc POINTS " EAST WEST, NORTH & SOUTH T'ains leave Wanatah Station as follows: TRAIK&HOEEH. TKAINB SOUTH 7.01 A. M. Morning Express, 9 05 a m 1.30 r. M. Fivight Train, '- jjj A M. '.Ca1,8 nre attached to Freight Traiusforthb accommodation of Passengers who may wi8H t travel on them. R. II. . General Shpebintenuivt S. K. HOOPER, Kew Albarv I.'d GES't Jk-iit Agest. New A! inj, Indiana I, ' ' ' TZECIEl 11 Snsrancsie cos. Cash resources equal to every emergency; income larger than any Company in the United States West of Ohio; operated by underwriters of twenty years' cxpeiience: Chicago Jesses paid fifteen days after the fire: In every respect a well established first-class Under writer, tried by The Fiercest Tests Known in tb Last 100 Years. STATSM3EN Showing the Progress of As ,ot., Jjm'y 1, 18(8 July" 1, ISiiS Jiin'y 1, lSii! Julv 1, isr,i .. laii'vl, is;;.)... luiv 1, .t lim'v 1, H7I. . . . Julv" 1. 1ST!.... Jiiii'v 1. 1ST2. ... Julv 1, 181,'... . The ai,ovc roMtlt.s have lu-t-n achifwl ! bucu-hoUlers, or other -tiniwual tnt'-iiii " FIRE Am) MARIXE RISKS ACCEPTED. JON.. P. WILLI AHS, President. JOILX X. BENDER, X3 SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN AND- GAN0 STS. Keep constantly on lmn'l a com; lute stock of "?fw. leMicineu oilh perfumery, notions WALL AX D WIXDOW PAPER, TOBACCO, CIGARS, LAMPS & . .... . ...... ........ f. . ... ,,.v. v-r.ll(.rm,uillp 'l A U. 3U-tM Fatiiily Kecircs : and i ispeasetl iu the nnst scienrific niannci uici attention pi 'cr. to w:e coinpumit'.ing ot lJbioians rn-MJMilioiis au NEW FALL AND NEXT DOOIl TO W. I am happy to inform my customers, nr.d show you the best selictci stock PLYMOUTH, - :o: My Stock of Domestic Goods is full and. Complete. Nice 1 yard Wide Bleached 3Iuslin, for 12J cts.per yard. Good Ginghams, ftr cts. per yard. In Dress Goods, I have got soma EXTRA BARGAINS TO GIVE. Nice Irish Poplins for $7,00 a Pattern. It is worth your while to look at it My Stock of Ladies' Furnishing Goods is complete. c nder Wear for Children, from 5 years ajid upwards. Can be had t at my STOliE. A nice assortment of Shawls and Notions, among them I keep the Old Brando Seamless Josephine Kd Gloves, which 1 warrant not to Bip, witk-two Buttons on them.. My Stock of .CLOTHING U very large, and I can lit a boy from 6 years, up to a big man, all , which I wil! sell at a very low price. 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 tavor, by keeping oa hand a good assortment of goods, and prompt attention to all customers. , WILL POSITIVELY CURE ALL MIASMATIC FEVERS; CHILLS and FEVER OR FEVER AND AGUE, DUMB AGUE, THIRD DAY AGUE. CONGESTIVE CHILLS, BILLIOUS OR REMITTENT IE VERS, OR THOSE PERIODICAL FE V ERS WITH BUT A SLIGHT CHILL OR NOCH1LL, ENLARGED S fLEEN, ( COMMONL Y CALLED AGUE CAKE,) GENERAL DRB1LITY, LOSS OF APPETITE, OR ANY OTHER FEVERS CAUS ED BY MALARIA. Manufactured and sold Wholesale ,3,tf rjUKsnuNtf Company, - :o: : o :- the Company since 1868:1 1-V,:M 7:; VJiMn 7f a-:o: oi (iio.417 :)i 7-:m,47, t;o dtirin - the time of ihe rnin-m, contnt-tiii. nt of! j Secretary. Agent at Plymouth. X RUGS,! ttt:mieirts9 Paints & Co. WINTER GOODS, 9 W HILL'S, DAKEUY. sencral trade, tlwt I tun ready now to of merchandise, ever brought to 7- INDIANA. m and Retail by t& Co., Plymouth. Ind. MONEYSAVED By purchasing Groceries of PERSHING & WELCH, At No. 3 MicMeaTt St. Who' are now offerine and selling goods as' cluiiipas The Cheapest in this Market. i or ojisn ana rrodiice. We keep a fall line of articles, such as are Kept in a Grocery and Provision store. We nlsosell Lime, Plastering Hair Cement and Stucco. Data LITTLE LAMB we have not. PERSHING &, WELCH. l'lvmouth, Ind., May I, 187myltf INSURANCE AGENCY" or A. C. & A. B. CAPR0N, PLYKlOrTII I.DIAVA. INSUSE YOUR LIVES IX THE: I OK SEW YORK, Casi Assets, Over $50,GCC,0CO; 'AV reTrni-nt tlic fil Vwi n in nd isifat-r Irurancc Comriamcs: 1 I it t r.rtj trf: 1 it) rtl ,T" 1" 1 a nn.-v r'W-tf'Vw. riiitfM,:lphin. .. .$S,';00,(I00 Unrtf i,r;-t. ,j Hertford S.Or.O.OOC union. runci-sco, $l,Ci:j,00G criirw.-.Wi'iv4 oi! 5lai( of ii'.nraM ! frotiertj, "a i'miwaliU- i,rni A- v.. & A. V, CArifOX, Afcnts. Kel? -Ti-ir SON, nr... ! SPZJ 25. 2?JX"2?lLJXi3I3 V5 iSlotv tiitii-.s, S.t-t! SS'in and AIXI 5' s t! r rl !t ' Triiti m W It 1 19 llh ibi, SiOttKUU(i (vililS-, AM) METALLIC CASES- &iSf5E5-'5.:lc5!s2fJ Wlih a ro(..1 lK-;ir.- all .d reasonable terms, ad the old stand of i. S. C'lKavelaud. On Laporte Stieat, CITAPLES PALMEPi & SOX. Plymouth, Snr. 4. IS . n.Wtt IP YOU WANT ANYTHING INTUK Furniture Liney ON REASONABLE TERMS, GO TO THE GREAT FL'RNITURE DEPOT OP A I. AMMAN & C0M East Side of Michigan St., Plymouth. Ind Coffins and Metalic Bnrial Cases Kept on hand and furnished to order, with hrar if dt-Hirvd, on the nivst reasonable terns. H. C. & R. W. KING. MAXCFACTCREKSAUD DEALERS IX Iron Cylinder Pumps Planittj, Et-Sawlng:. Fcrel! Sawing, and oo& Tpi uins Dune to Order. Market Price paid for White -wood and Walnnt Bolts. Lath for sale in large aid small quantities. H.C.KING, B.W.KING, Ottawa, 111. Plvmoath, Ind. ShoD north of Kail road in the Mmtrnm. Mill. nart-lT. NEW LIVERY STABLE. A. C, TI103IPSO'lS, HVKUY. Fedd and Sale Stable,. itthe Old Bnckeye Stand, near Parker Hen PLYMOUTH. IND. .:., Carriages, and Sleighs to.L,et. I nrl XI l m i !0. PALME l i i i , .V a waeonaBl terms.