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O. H. REEVE. ATTORNEY-AT- LAW, H PLYMOUTH, INDIANA. J " P'actUss t' MotkImU and Ad- Collections a Specialty. Bimimss of Ouardiaas and Almiaistratori5 care ffflly attouded to. -Attoriey for European Steam Sliii Conianie!r Passngr secured to and from Europe; and nioncy paid and collected in Europe- LAND AND INSURANCE AtiEfiT. THE OLDEST INSURANCE AGENCY AND THE BEST COMPANIES REPRESENTED IS BORTIIEKX lXPlAXA. The old .ETNA of Hartford, assets over So.oon, 000. The old PHOENIX of Hartford, asset? over $1,500,000. After paying Boston losses and all oth er liabilities. Pay no attention to what others say about these Companies of the ngencv. Come and learn the facts. The old NEW YORK IiFK, assets over $20,000, 000. The most liberal and safest Company iu the WORLD. Greater quantity, better quality, and better loca ted Iieal Eftste for less money, and on more favor able terms than cu be had nt auy other person, FOR SALE NOW. 80 acres good land, 12 improved, in Green tp. 30 . acres of fine land adjoining Plymouth, with flue Vineyard, Evergreens, Fruit tree of all kinds, and a large number ot young trees tor sale. No buildings, but dwellings adjoining enn be rented. Will be gold on time at less than iti value. East lialf of lots 142 and 143, Plymouth, with good frame dwelling on each, with Fix rooms Lot 7. Brownlee's addition, frame dwelling, one story, j'.ve rooms. East j lots 5 and 6, Brownlee's addition, 1 story dwelling, 3 rooms. Lot &, A heeler's addition, with lot adjoining, good dwelling, shop and stable. West half lot 15a, Plymouth, in the very center of business. North 44 feet lot 4, Plymouth, a principal busi ness block. East half of lot 43, Plymouth, a principal busi ness block. 12 lots on Jeffersoa street, very cheap at half the price lots less lavoiibly located are selling. 2 lots 126 and 11T.. feet, residence, with shade and fruit trees, and shrubbery; as desirable a location that can be found in the cov.nty. 240 acres unimproved land, good Jlarsh and tim ber, in German township. 40 acres adjoining town plat, in line cultivation, set with fine frnit large and small, dwelling and stable, other desirable and valnable property, alitor sale very low and long time. Fruit trees, evergreens, grapes, enrrsnts and ber lies for sale. Wanted to exchange some splendid Real Estate and some cash, for materi'il and labor in the erec ion of a brick, business block, x 88 feet, 3 stories, in Plymouth, Indiana. Apply soon to. aprttt. J li EEEVE. DVERTISEMENT.) Dr. F. M. Lampor. Orthopedic Surgeon, cures and straightens Cross Eyes instantaneouslv, aud operates and treats successfully all diseases of the Eve; cures Club Foot, and in fact the doctor operates for any dis ease or injury that requires a surgical operation; also has never failed to cure any case of tits, no matter of how long standing. Khemnatism, Diabe tes, or any disease of the Trinary Organs. Will cure Scrofula, also Consumption in its primary stages. T he doctor treats diseases bv a new and scientific method, and his remedies do not irritate the constitution, but their good effects an; very soon recognized by the parties wb are fortunate enough to be the recipient of his treatment. He does not pretend to be an "advertising quack," but takes this method of Informing the suff ering thaS there still remains a chance of being cured, and if the doctor cannot relieve you, he will honestly tell you so. I will also say one word to females who are sufe fering from diseases peculiar to their sex. I hav treated several hundred, and must say that I have never yet failed 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, vou can eorae and submit to a personal examination von had better do so. Plenty of reference from people in good standing given upon application. I will also add that I am a regular graduate of medicine and surgery, and have paid very particular attention all its branches. Address ' T , . M. LAMPER, M. D., Julyll-vl. Chenoa, 111. SMOLAWDER'S ill Fi'fireat Diuretic Componna, Is a sure, quick remedy for all diseases of the Kidney, Bladder, and Urinary Organs, existing either in male or female. As, Irrita tion, Inflammation, or Ulceration of the Kidney and Bladder. tiravel, Stone in Bladder, Reddish or Brick dust Sediment in Urine, Thick, Clondv. or Rnnv Urine, Painful Urinating, Bedwettinsr, M neons and Involuntary Discharges, Morbid Irritation of Bladder and Ure thra, Chronic Catarrh of Bladder, Snp , pression. Retention, or Incontinence of Urine, Diabetes, Dropsy, Organic Weak ness, Female Complaints, and all Chronic Malndies of the Urinary and Sexual Organs. Thousands can attest to its wonderful cura tive properties in these diseases. For Nervous Debility, with its gloomy attendants, Dizziness, Loss of Memory, Iw Spirits, &e., it is a sovereign remedy. SMOLAADERS BUCHU buoys up the enervated system, imparting new life and vigorous action, the whole system becoming strengthened and invigorated. Se sura and ash fcr SMOLAIDES'S Insist upon having it, and take na other. PRICE $I.OO. SIX BOTTLES, $5.00. Sold bj all Dealers in Medicine. Wholesale Agents, WEST & TUAX, Toledo, Ohio. S. TODD, sole Agent for Plv mouth aug22-72-l M'IfMlf ON- Persons who have money to Lean can secure a good invest ment, by subscribing at once for the Marshall County For the ext 30 Days, wo will accept Sl.rH) as Payment in Full for the REPUBLICAN, for one year. Those who are indebted to us can avail themselves of t'.iis offer, by paying tneir indebted ness, and advancing Sl.iSjO, for the next year. WE Need Money! This offer is made with the hope of adding largely to uur list, and of collecting money now due us. The Republican is the largest paper printed in the County, and contains a much larger amount of reading mat ter than any other. We can afford the reduction, if our subscription list is large ly increased. If the offer is favorably ac cepted by th's people, it maybe continued Indefinitely. If not, at the end of Thirty days, or the Second day of $2.00 will be damanded. Now is the time to get the Republican, at the Reduced Rate. TWELVE mm ill I I Iflifa Indianapolis, Peru & Chicago Railway Time Table. SundajiJune lStli, NOKTinVARD TRAINS. So, 1 Maiciil A'o. 3. No 5 STATIONS. GO,TOl C1.ICAOO TOLE EXPB'88. EXPRESS EXPBES Indianapolis 11.4.1 am B.U5r-M 3.30 am Nobtesvule 12 50 1-m 9 21 " 4.34" Tipton ,. . . 1 SO " 10.09 " 5.21 " Kokomo 2.05 " 10J50 " 6.05 " V C i St L U...:.. 2.10 " 10.55 " 6.10 " Bunker HilL 2.55" 1140." 6.45" Peru 3.ii0 " 12,04 " 75 " Lincoln 4 04 " 1-tochester. 4 24 " Walnut...'. 4.53 " Argos 5 05 " l'iyuiouth 5.21 " Tyner 5.44 " Wulkerton 6JJ0 " Laporte ti.40 " Michigan dry 7.40 " SOUTHWARD TKA1NS. Mail No, 4. No. 6 CHICAGO I CHICAGO TOLEDO EXI'WKS.-, i KXPUESS EXPRESS S.30AM 9.25 " 10 10 " 10 25 " 10 45 " 11 H5 " 11.17 " !.:- " 1 1 69 I'M 1J45 " 410 am 6.45 pm I CS " 4.35 " 7.09 " 2.15 5.14 " 8 0T " 26 " 5.1S " 8.15 " 3.18 " 5.59 " 8.58 ' 4 0 ' 6.40 " 9.47 " 5.10 " 7.45 " 10.SS " Michi-ran Citv uiporte . Walkertim. Tvi Hlvmoutli ..; Argos Walnut.. RoclicsuT....... Lincoln Pfrn Bunker Hill P V Jl, L C... Kokomo Tipton Nobloaville. . . . . Iiidii'.uupolid. Pittsburg, Ft. VV & Chicago Condensed Time Card June 26- OOIXG WKST. i so. irrxors. I no.-. i'AfTL'E MAIL. P'G EX. No. 3. CHI. EX. Pittsburgh Kochostcr. Alliauc-' th-i-vilU; AlaiiHiield. . . . Crestline Forest Lima Kort Wayne., Plymoutli Cliicu''o. 1.45 am 6.00 am 9.10 am 10.23 " 12.50 pm 3.01 " 5.09 " 5.40 " 6.00 " 7.55 " 1.30 PM 2.2S " 5.08 " 7.06 " 9.11 " 9.40 " 9.50 " 11.15 " 12.17 am 2.35 " 5.05 " 8.20 " 2.50 ,'th 5.01 " 6.51 " 8.55 " 9.20 " 9.40 " 11.05 " 10.40 " 1.00 1-31 3.18 " 4.00 " 5..M " 7.35 " 12.0S 9.oo 9.15 " j h.am; 2.55 " ! 0.50 " 1 2.2 i pm 11..T5 " 4.45 " l 2.35 PM 7.50 " I 6.30 " TRAINS UOINCt EAST No. S. J No. . MAIL. r.STL'E No. 6." ! No. 4. I'AC.EX. 'cm. ES. -I- f'liicago...... Plymouth.. . . 1'ort Wavne. M:im 5.15 am 5.30 pm i 9.20 pm 1.10 am 4.00 " .! 9.15 " .118.01 PM 112.02 pm 8.55 " I 2.00 I 11.15 2.45 " 4.07 " am! fiiii FOfPt ; Cu stlinc J- jj MnnM Ormlie Alliance Horh enter. . . 4.o " -ti.tr " go- " I s.10 " I 5.35 " I 0.30 " , 4.f;S " ; 1010 " 1 6;KIaM (1.50 " ' 4.'l5 " 1 10.30 am '. " I 7.19 " I 4.43 11.00 pm i 9.16 " ; 9.20 " I 6.37 " ! 1 00 " 11.00 " ! 10,55 " ! S.05 " ! 2.25 " ' 2.4SPM, ... am'10.40 " I 4.53 " : 4.00 " 2.20 " 111.45 am 6.60 " Pittsomsh... No. 1. Daily except Monday : No?. 2. 5. 7 andS Jlailv rxeent. Simdnv n 5 .i,h a -v.. . Daily, except Saturday and Sunday. r . ii. .h i tuji. lien. 1'ass. .t Ticket Agt. Looisvill, !ew Albany & Chicago EATLEOAD. Short and Popular Route TO ALL POISTS EAST WEST, NORTH & SOUTH j - TruiiM Ifave Win;it;ili Station as follows: TRAINS MiltKlt. TUAIX. SOCTh 7.01 A. ji. .Morning Kxpri'S?, 9.05 a. m. 7.33 p. m. Evening Kxprcg?, 8.44 r. k 1.30 Y. M. irvigiit 1 rain, 7"6 a M. nnjCarn ro :ittachiil to Freight Trails for tbb jci.'ii-.iijKiMiarion of riiKseiizirs who may wish tc travel oil ihtlii. t R. II. i. MINTV, ESEBI rPKBINTENUKNT, S. K. HOOF'EIl, iiew Altai y, Ind. Ie.t'l Ticfkt Aoent, Iss-x Aliini. Intliaua Mrs. Z. A. Dunham, ' ' Would inform the Ladies of PLYMOUTH AND VICINITY, that she can be fonud at the 01U klLLlXE itY STASD,b Giug Sti ert and will be glad to see allot her Old 4Jnsioiur"r. may 1, 'I3-.'imo. AW HOOD RESTORED! ! I Dr. Hpau-g Elixir of Yonth the great restorer of yonthtul vigor a positive dure for Nervous De bility, linpoteaey, Spenuattonohea, Lownens of Spirits, .Melancholy arising either from excessive mduk'.'nce, over study, or any cause whatevei. A certain remedy tor weakness arisin"from excesses, or early indiscretion. C'k rrvnien! Law yers, Students and all who follow seoeiitary occu pations, or whose brain or nervous system are over worked; the listless enervated yoofti, whose vice and the aged devotee of sensual pleasure will expe rience immediate relief, and a permanent cure wVl surely follow the use of the Elixib, op Yovth Hundreds of letters from, those who have been saved from Consumption, Insanity, or Death, and ret tored to Health, Happiness and .Manhood, could be given, were it not for the delica. ot the subieet. Price, $1,00 per bottle. Six bottles, $5.00. Sent to any part of the Comrtrv, securely sealed from ob servatioi:, on receipt of price. All letters sacredly confidential. Address nil orders to Philadelphiav Pa. . vl7-nl6-ly. Rheumatism Neuralgia. WE CLERGYMEN WERE CURED of Chronic and' Acute Rheumatism, Nenralgia, Lumbago, Sciatica, Kidney, aud Nervous Diseases, alter years of suffering, by taking Dr. Filler's Vegetable Rlieninatlc tsyrnp the scien tific discovery ot J. P. Fitter, SI. D., a regular grad uate physician, with whom we are personally ac quainted, who has for 39 year- treated these diseas es exclusively with astonishing results. We be lieve it onr christian duty, after deliberation, to conscientiously request sufferers to use it, especial ly persons in moderate circumstances who cannot afford to WttAte monev HnH limp rm mirtMn tures. As clergymen we seriously feet the deep re- . looting uu ub in juoiiciy enuorsmg tulS medicine. But our knowledge and experience of its remarkable merit fully justifies' our action. Yours truly, Ac, Rev. C. H. Ewing, Media, Penn'a, suffered sixteen years, became hopeless. Rev. Thomas Murphy, D. D., Frankford, Philad'a. Rev. J. B. Davis, Hightstown, New Jersey. ReT. J. S. Buchanan, Clarence, Iowa. Rev . G. Smith, Pittsford, New York. Rev. Joseph Beggs; Falls Church, Philadelphia. Other testimonials from Senators, Governors, Judges, Congresmen, Phy sicians, &c, forwarded gratis with pamphlet ex plaining these diseases. One thousaod dollars will be presented to any medicine fos same diseases showing equal merit under test, or that can pro duce one-fourth as many living cur-s. Anv per son sending by letter a description of aHSction will receive without charge (if considered curable) a legally signed guarantee, naming the exact num ber of bottles warranted to cure, I agreeing- to re fund amount paid in case of its failure to enre. Price per bottle, $1.25; can be bought as used. Afflo ted invited to write for medical advice on above diseases only. No charge for reply, which will con tain much valuable information acquired by a life time practice. No compulsion to buy medicine Address Dr. Filler, Philadelphia. Printed explana tions of the disease alec furnished. iuncl9,-'73-n32-ly. HARDWARE BUCK & vYo. 9 Jflicliigan St. PLYIVIOUTH, INDIANA. WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO SHOW TO & A I ULL STO CK OF GOODS IN O UR LINE, WHICH WILL BE SOLD LOW FOR CASH. CALL AXD EXAMINE FOR YOURSELVES. kmi and SOUTHWEST CORNER MICHIGAN AND GANO STS. Keep constantly on haml complete stock of Drugsn llcdieiiics' Chemicals Paints OILS PERFUMERY, NOTIONS. WALL AND WIND O W PAPER, TOD A CCO, CIGARS, LAMPS Strict attention giver, to the c.nnponml.im of Phvsiciims Prescriptions t aiiiily Kecipea : ami dispensed in the most scientific manner. BLA1N & Co. Beyond the Mississippi. Thousands have already gone, and thou sands more are turning iheircyes towards new homes in the fertile "west. To thoes going loMissouri.Knnsas, Nebraska, Col orado, Utah, Wyoming, Nevada, Oregon or California, we recomeud a chean safe, quick and direct rout tin. yt. 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, iritmit change. We believe that the Missouri Pacific Railroad has t he best track and the finest and safest equip ment of any line west of the Mississippi, and its connections with roads further West ate prompt and reliable. The Texas connection of this road is now completed, and passengers are offerd a first class, ail rail route from St. Louis to Texas, cither oyer tha Missouri, Kansas & Texas K. R., via Sednlia, or over the Atlantic & Pacific K. K., via ViniU. For maps, time tables, information as to rates, routes, &c., wo refer our readers to I. G AVheeler, 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-vtst Hissonri, 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. Louis to all purchasers. Climate, soil, timber, mineral wealth, school, churches and law abklin" society invite emigrants from all points to this land of fruits and flowers. For par ticulars address A. Tuck, Land Comaiis sioner, St. Louis, Mo. MONEY SAVED By purchasing Groceries of Hi R. PERSHING, At No. 3 Michigan St, Who are now offering and selling goods as cheap as The Cheapest in this Market, l or Cash and Produce. We keep a full line of articles, "such as are kept in a Grocery and Provision store We also sell Lime, Plastering Hair Cement ami Stucco. But a LITTLE LAMB we have riot. H. R. PERSHING. Plymouth, IncL,May 1, 187myltf TOAN IN Per Year Ire Now Being MADE Of Ui o "DOMESTIC" SEWIXGMACniNE, at almost the beginning of tne Company's trade. . If their bn in-ss were urbanized a widely as that of the OLD COMPANIES, nvoruj BE SOLD PER YEAR. w: TV7uc7i is the machine to buy? Which to sell? A FEW DAYS' TRIAL SOLICITED Canvarsers Wanted. STOUT & KELLEY, Ageats, Plymouth, Indiana nlT-3m. IF YOU WANT ANYTHING INJTIIE: Furniture Line, ON REASONABLE TERHS, GO TO THE GREAT FURNITURE DEPOT OF L I. AMMAN & CO., East Side of Michigan St., Plymouth. Ind. Coffins sad IMalic Burial Cases Kept on hand and furnished to order, with hearse It desired, on the most reaaonahle terms eep28-Iy CO $75 to $I50permontn fERRTE lis 6 MACHINE. TW J machine will stitch. fj 1,em- tell, tuck, qrtltv cord, bind, braid and embroider m a most superior manner. Price OTll V VIC Vnllv firMBMl an A . - "s ..vv.-c.uu wcirrauiea lor five years. V e wfil pay, $1,000 for any ma chine that will sew a stronger, more beautiful or more elastic seam than ours. It makes the "kih. i nni? Stitv-v. n f irrrrs I" B"teu can be cut, and still the cloth cannot be palled apart without tearing it. We pay T? agents from $75 to $(50 per month and ex- penses, or a commission- from which twice t?moJ??t C!W made Addixss SECOM & CO.T Chicago 111. 4 "ttDXBUO II $2 0, 000 (TVV-ENTY THOUSAND DOLLARS) in premiums, lor Distribution among the 3.00 Subscribers of Uib CINCINNATI Weekly Enquirer!! IN APRIL, 1873. The number of Premiums are alwavs inreasej When the number tit nnntva ov.UAri ."i i . - wavv-v. iuc uuuioer calculated upon. w e now otter the following: 1 Cash Premium of f 1,000 20 Cadi Preniiums of $100 Each. .2!oOO GO Stem-windingWateh's, $89 Each 4,80(y 100 Cash Preniiums of $ 20 Each... 2,090 300 Cash Premiums of $10 Each. .2,000 100 Cash Premiums of 5 Ea5H 500 10) Cash Premiums of $3 Each iiOO 100 Cash Premiums of $2 Each 200 1271) Miscellaneous- Pre. 2to$10 Each 7,200 Making ar 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 fHviDir the dai aud number to which his name is register ed, a:M said numbei being represented by a duplicate m the distribution. Ageats sendiscr 1') names and $20.00 at one time' receive a free psr-er oue year ol have their names registered as pirrticpauf for premiums. Specimen Copies, Posters, Premium Pamphlet and subscription Hlanks sent free to persons de--taring them. Address PAR AN 8c IVXcLEAN, nTO-Smo. CINCINNATI, OHIO, Leavenworth, Lawrence Galveston R. R. Co., OF ANSA; Having now received their Patents in full from the Government, place in market nearly QOjQQOAcses of Magnificent Ti A, 3rxg, granted in aid of their Kond by Mie United States large portion of which has been ' Reserved FrSnKic Since 1854 I'hese lands are alreadv traversed bv two rail roads, and the even section lmvinc lwii settled for many years, iiunieroua villiand railroad stations all ord a ready market for lrm products, aiid tln aovKiiiages ot clmiTlies,. schools and stores Tl ' C ompany oilers it!, lands at inodeniic figures, , a long rime, and at low "atts of interest. Salubrious Climate, Pure Water and Fertile Soil Pmleirthesc lands the most desirable of any now olu-ilngin America. Two train daily leave L(Wnworth, Lawrencc and Kausa city, for all uoiBf c the L. L. &. C. R. R. LINE. r,ji! exploring tickets are placet! on sale, and to pnrties purchasing lands the cost of same will be-' refunded. For further particulars, apply to aoiI S VV. SCOTT, Land Coin., Chaniile, Kan., o - 1. (' Rt K. CO., Lawrence, Kan. n2J-16w, C. PALMER & SON, DEALER IV Willow Chairs, Look i ip: Cashes, Bel SpriiiKM sind- ALSO Undertaker' Trimmf ngs, Walnut & KoMcvrood tuflins, AND MBTALIiIC GASES. With a good Hears all od reasonable terms, the old staud of G. S. Cle.'eland. On Laporte Street, CHARLES PALMER ft SOX. Plymouth, Ind.. Mov. 4, 18 . n52tf INSURANCE AGENCY OF A. C. & A. B.CAPRON, PLYMOUTH INDIANA. INSURE TOUR LIVES IN THE OF KETT YORK, Cask Assets, Over $50,000,000 J We represent Che foil owing sonfld and relUMr Insurance Companiesr International. JN. Y., .. $1000,000 Franklin, Philadelphia. ...$3,200,000 Hartford, of Hartford, .... $2,950,000 Umon, San Francisco $1,213,000 W wilUssue policies on all classes of insurable property, on favorable terms &- C & A. B CAPRON, Fab 1 '12-Vt llITIM lit i J 6 ?i I