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I iua Kusti. Budd ia su induatrioua founu p. P1 i in
man ui ai. . tociucc market Heview
; i ..: i. i. i..... i..... The Republican
Li J I A
EJ Dial mi
Jerry Dill. Ol
lug friends in
Churrh o moi
The Vanguard is i
spicy little paper jt
Wulktttjü by Ebdlj i
- We understand thi
South Bead content pl
ing a lauiulry in IM. in
first of September.
BXalted Ofdni n of t Ii
the boar i uf health, ot
ability ot Iba Marshal.
term of .- h'.'ul at Sloti
he BUM 4 til
t Ii stl
sheriff Muluue a i Ii ver tu
She COUrd not have been "Hucdtl
berry Queen," for ehe was too basj
making preparations fof her uiai i i ige.
i u i o -
graph operator :.i
ting fiicuds here hi
AI K' Ivy ha? j it gi
ite legist.-!, pi in l i
h ooatulBi Jener ipt
da of fa:ui und c ity
Read the f-retiiiuin li t ..f tbt Itneren
fai uiei 's aud mechanic s fair uf Mar- i pr0
shall county, on the fonith page ' man D
Ibis paffet, od then gel ready tu U vValnut
tnukt- it a grand BttCCeiO. eaat t i
Fred lYachef entered upon his a crowd
duties as countv tteasUier Monday his du i
Arthur ThompBun. w ho lias peifuruif i day night. The hall took IT
U e duties i f the Blee
ifn that a
i 1 Olli
well, during the b ly of Miss Siia-
the past fo'ii years, retiring.
Tb Presbyterian Bocial will
held a. Dr. Bortoa'a next Thurtd
eveadng, Utgast Slst. Tae I r. Ba
he wants it underst 1 that evei
body at.d their, rekuivea are eOrdia
in it !.
- N"u farmer '-an tail to be aatffefl
with the ptetalutn h-d for the f.
published this week. The i i -
are going to give lb farmers
tnechsaics a chanee t'j disp! iy th
pro leetl. n.
Staad Ho...! Tatj ' i -erea
carnival at M. K. cnu.vii
K lOefl to morrow nuv.. 11
Hcdijbroöke, Iai Uraud v rt
Chief lViupI.-r or NVw Y is .
gagr4j t - eak.
raalde young lady, daughter of Mi.
J hn Sua lie. Dr. Ooufer aaa called
to extract the ball. The aonnd la
f ill. ni h,- -1 hi -.vrong .should Ii
drcv kii bora into th- quieks in I
of Y -II j river bj the 1 . 1'. & t'.
rad:ai bridge, 31 n lay. fhe ho:-.'
had g balky, w . I D t try to yet
out, and iu a t. v miuut-s was
tl.aiii.-, MM of (i. & K, J
Chaii y, afcjed about tea y -urn, died
BaarSaj) night of huflaatation of the
lMw-i-s, aiid aaa bavicd Tu - lay. lli-
father waaij O.ii - ut the tiflie Of his
death, and was toauBOBed boOM b$
tefegrapfa to a't'-tiJ the funeral.
We learn that as irorge Carüale,
of Walnut town-hip, was lii
along the road Beat Kourbou, Mon
day, some evil di-posed pel
thrw .u'-r at hin ti r-e, eaaaiog
tbem to run away, throwiag the old
geuthman out and Bertoaajy lLuiiag
Brothei HaafctU s- iiis to h.iv-
been getting along about M usuai in
Warsaw, haiug alraoat the ahxde
town array-d agaiut h;ni. II B
tinued to a'iv- itise his meetinga in
th MMBan laal a eak, and will no
doubt reraaia until the people trompei
him to Ir-aV'-.
The money paid out for a beat to
the farmers of tbia i every
week, probably laaahea forty thoaa
aud.dollars. Au l it will be nearly all
apent in the county. After all, this is
tho kiud at inflation that bctogfl pro
perity and gives an latpetaa to .ill
kiml of busit.o-äs.
aa Tboaaaa Yoreia and bfa alfe,
of Oreea towaahlp, were going fa
from this city Sund y evenintr, the
team became frighteueil, and opiing
ing to one side, the buggy struck a
atump, throwing out the . otapaata.
Mr. Yoreia' afaoaMec waa dialocated,
and hia wife severely but not danger
McKelvy went to Ifaxeakuckee
to spend a few days after negotiating
a trade between Messrs. Matchtte &
France, of i',ouri)ou, and Mr. Biaaell,
of Tyner. by ahleh Biaaell gvta a
farm in Miami county, valued at
twelve thousand doll. tra, for hia ral
nable property aid Itoek oT good in
We barn that an at empt
n.ade Taeaday night to bui u M
vy and Speyer' store at M in
Wood saturated with coal oil,
placevl underneath the buihiing
tet on tire. Two of Mr Bpejn tt
children were sleeping in the room
above the store and the NBOkti awoke
tho little girl, who awoke her brother;
but by this time the smoke had be
eome ho dense that they could not
get down siairs. They ran out on
the porch, their c:ies brought as
sistance, and the Are was extinguish d
before any damage was done exc. j.t
burning a hole two or three feet
square in the Moor of the building.
etilen starte! bere a few r k- -in
baa a dent and fi irs product x 1
ii'-j; lis Cap icity, an I ! dotthla i
in siz" the pie. -i:t year. Il has a
permanebt eoatra t I i lour eai l ot . i
lan L Another mill wiil oM be iii
up ration. Buyers are oat contract
ing v.ith farmers through. ..it Central
uwa for tl.eir entire crop .it froai . I
to "i-' cents Det biiQuel O .lie a con
traft wiili a year ago. when oats were
:i i'u in ttM tn.iiket at frow 12 to 1
cents pe bushel, an ! no ale at that,
when anything else could he got to
ship. Oata in CeatraJ town wi! loon
! c me the staple crop." )at nseal
-eii- i;i Piymontfa foi aaore than the
.-t winter wheat Soar, and if the
establishment of a mill in Central
I wa ha- inereaaed the price of oats
and caaaed aaeh detnsod for oat- 1
icuil that Other mills are soon to be
acarted, why I ii ao be a p.(,i
In v eat meat for nome capitalists t
build an oat ineai mill in thin section
ot country abate oata can b grown
John Baaghera splendid new i
v-mill fot.r miles north-west of this
it v wii, entirely destroyed by Qte I
laal Baturdas moraiag. When Hi
iaughei awoks ab.. -it !iv- oVloch, it
was en v doped in (lamea, Hi ing a
sheel iron roof the ll.imes did not j
burst out at the top until the entire
I adding was on lire. Mr. iiaUgber
had been aawiag tilt about one o'clock
the day previoas, when I a ffes w..
put out. He wa.- iu tin- mill seVOl il
times daring the afternoon and ee
niog Bad found everythiag cold. Hi
wife and leu tiatsr -.if and talked f i
: an boat in the mill fter dark, and
taw no -ign of fire. Mi. Baugbeff wa-.
, in the null after they left and found
everything cold, de cannot accoun
for the file in a. y way only that -one
tramps might have gom- into the mill
to sleep and as the night Waa cool
1 built a lire which communicated to
the bi ilding. Mr. I anglc-r had a w w
planer and inoul-1 r iu the mill whleh
he lateaded to act in few araekü
They were entirely destroyed. Hi-
loaa la about :,'M). No insurance.
U-i is a comparatively youn man and
had ma le the mill by haidwoik. Be
had the finest lot of tools in the
county bullied with the mill. I1--
says it .-e.-.iis hard to have the earn
. lags of yean SWepI away in an hour,
bat ha is not discouraged. Be earns
, to town Saturday and bought lif'y
dollars worth of tools. Monday he
brought a log to Ogteabeet mill to
make the aUta for a new saw carnage,
bought BÖHM more tOOSfl ami went
heme to eommeaee the work of rs-
builcing bla mill.
franlzattons are invited to arrange ex -cur-ions
and lulng apaakera, aJJ of
whom will be welcomed and given
plac s on the programme, rumottl
ipeakera in attendance every day.
For part Ionian address Dr. s. B. Col
lins, LaPorte, Ind., -r , N. Davis, G.
W. ('. T. of Indiana, Director.
i' v staoa si awa rica
- One by one tbey disappeared -the
l c i
The farmem arc nearly done with
their wl k
I John HtUMS h:is the -not BOTM ttiul '
in toe a.
I Mrs W. Mi lateen is viNtini bet
, relatives in Mt lienrj . 111.
Qeo, Usus i- now tho hspfiy father of
a bright eyed little girl weight ; Hutuls
-Ms- B, D Place and her aaHher arc j
1 anm in-their friends at 15-men Bar
in i t li i the elerk in Mr- I b-'uni nurer t ice in succession.
ry store while Mr-. II. la Saamcl Rtweaiekl U a bappj
. bia Miutlower Kessnn, :i bnuncins bsb
KurTerinr with bralsea, hoy, . ir. p Hinds. Sam,
I Willie Ifehnlinaer It suffering with a
Da vi a i- vhitlaa f:;rn.l- iu ! attack 't the scarlet fever; hut w
.. a- ..i. l . ,., ' ihink that wiih the careful treatment he
isvc t" "ii cratcbx He sj -
K esretul baW he hand c- that
A his in the future.
last Pi ids v eveni ie, n
I n lb
Jaeoh Walter'- Isetory. The Are oiii
and spread tu lite uMir above. An nh
waaauanded. the Öre ctannsai and i
t r luetr proroplness ou :..
then mschiae, they reached tl
short vi a" that every bitdj .
,1 1 st try that Taw nt r',
Bakery on LaPorte stre t
iatal I Irr .t Üeatb Bend.
Tie- Variety bracket works ai
ioutfa Bead, were deatroyed by Bn
'uesday morning. Charlei Caan an
rife, and three I . lies were Bieepihi
i the secood story. Mr. an! Mis
las j imped to the sidewalk, am
Every city and town has a Fair. Plymouth has a Pair, and Little
Mack is the attraction. The Poor Man's Friend is now established, and
once more Honest Prices reign. Old time dealers, who have been liv
ing on the Fat of the Land while Little Mack was out of business, are
now kicking, puffing and blowing like a quarter horse on a race trat :.
Why? Because LITTLE MACK has outwited them. They tried b
all means unbecoming gentlemen to keep me from getting a room to do
but lb it them I H AVE TELE INSIDE TRACK, and in
tend to ke it. YOU CANT SELL GOODS AS CHEAP AS I CAN!
YOU KNOW IT, and that's what makes you mad. THE PEOPLE
KNOW IT, and that's what makes them GLAD! You cackle! Now I
crow! Never kick a man when he is down! I was unfortunate in
business and was closed up. You began to crow. Friends came to my
assistance and helped me. I am up again. I am LITTLE MACK
again. Now kick you kickers! for the people will buy their clothing,
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes of Little Mack, the Poor Man's Friend,
N. S. Woodward's Old Grocery Stand, Plymouth, Indiana.
,"m iromefl escaped by the tear stairway
but the third, Mis. Lizzie Collins,
perished Ui the rooka and Haines.
tsslstaacc for the Pljaeath Comet
,,., ,1 raise mooey to parehate hew tottrn
-fur the band. Most of th ii
instrument - have been In nae for U
irm years, and they are about worn out.
, , . .Many of the members are not abb b
furnish new ones, and it i- hoped the
fi lends of the band wib ...--i-i them,
, i and amnio alll H IW W etly and fie
wia oaently-on thaiveotngx pbyra a- ..
SIMor backer, GlTl? DRUG STORE I
x B 3 fc
u ie mi.
i he irleni I
ii.ii- of Sun
'II Oil' lili
s Bather ddItbM te the Bea it i to.
On the way and daily expected to
an ive 15,000 j i ds Unbleached Mu-
i Una, 12,000 yardt Bleached Muslins, !
lO,000 yards Cad . Oinahams, Sblit-inj'-,
Towelling, Tab!.- Linens. Dtt
QOi 1- Hats a'.d Triiatnin-; alaO an
invoice of lil.t-s.vaie and iu- OBI
wate, all to he mark 1 down to the
. .i.i, tei,. na i- at lbs I Bee ilive i'ooi..ai Pt ices. Call and
(j " a snd an eighteen j examine,
Dumed Palkentierry The ; -iu
i cMbditioa sot fit t n-1 OBea' Liniment I Ifcle Ammonia
itu rethe snd ' ie OUtes Nf urahriu 1' ice Ache, Kheinn i
' ttana. ' ut. Frosted Peel, Cailhl ih -.
II lie "O'ii.'ii II. l-l. I on ., ,. ,,
M .Im llir, I.V..:..- !.'. iili.l !
Woanda of every nature In nun oi
animal. The remarkable cures thi
remedji h a Sec ted rdaaaea it as one
of the most Important and valuable
remeillesever die or red for tlw cure
ami relief of pain,
U. v. Mr. Alliger, of .1 total i. f. I ,
suffered lot yean with a sore tiu. ,
which tdeigymen and apeakerfl are
Btihj et to. Be obtaiied Immediate
lellef from tiilea' Linne lit Iodide
Giles Mihi cores Plataeney. Par
sale l-v Q. Blaln .'L Co :'t 38
No Extria Chs re to the
T2 r.TT A K
Buck & Toan's Old Staud.-Michigan St.
Hy stock i Pull, Prenhaad Iteliable, 1 sell torcn-h ut the lowest market price
tli quality. Physicians ircseritioi,s nnd lauiilv receipts compound-
ed day aad steht, i bavaalas
! SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
Slank Booka, Toya, Fancy and Toilet articles, Tehaneat, CbjBta, etc, which I inrtd
I . . re Ui hswina else w here and save money by it.
L. TAN ER. PLYMOUTH, IND.
linn that ibet had com
" fas -I'uie Invite
inn a miiec
bspi v j. oi
I AI t I
(oHm! Ui1' Jt, t'. I !...! Ii. -.ixl In- le
Prom Wow on TJnill
I will sHl my Entire Stock of
Eminent Ohemista and Physicians certify that these aooda axe
a From aduitaration, richer, more effective, produce better reaolta
thi a at y othu.-a, und that ;hoy uae them in their own families.
rT TiTf'TtJfl UNIQUE PERFUMES sro the Gcmt of all 0lr.
I Ii yUll M V TOOTHENE. An agreeable, healthful Liquid Dentifr
SIIP I II ICl ! il t.iVIOM SUGAR. A -ihstitnte for l.emona.
x . a A" -M mi LXVRACT JAMAICA CIMCER. From the
. LtLE &. PRICE'S LUPULIN YEAST GEMS.
The Heat lira Hop Yeast in the Hurld.
STEELE PKICE, ManfrB., Chicago, St. Louis Cincinnati.
3 9J JUMJUMriSAf
m i Hr.t ut
1 1 1 in m bo
OO, u Ith
1 luhl- Hi
HB4 an. I (ulli. r. (ii M'.i..' i . i 1
t ' fMMl :..!. V. M l. 'i . 1
r."-. la Ml' III.' wiih anon l
ttM .'Im I al;v." His , injan
liUtr.'ii. ull itr.nvn l mmiliwxl mi l
heftf eonuwtsg, bal Btatan Bit
in mil .uro u- v.-i .1 .
A i i I in V ill i..
will hsve uur secvad aasusl picnic Sept Wl1nni
Bth. w . extend a eordisl Inviiaimn to all, afca
IS Ueiaa tlu ii t.i k w-.ll Ulk-.l an. I have
.i to I tune. j Al lirrhoine in Wali.'i', Im I., u
kbeth ffafiy, wist et Jobä Bnriy, a
a yottag man IV.in Kiehigsn, nsiwed MtanMiSiK
dwitxer. wss sawirur s lies down last PH : Tacswi wsesassttarsf a
ibtv. wbtai it ulit an in fsiiinir. hii-1 .-iii " '''
ban. I. tl.
iii mm Km. k. .1 nun ii iwO un aKin. rwiari i
his tnigbsnd isjurlug bis hack aad tboai- 1
der. lie i- n I . 1 1 1 r. i- iia .! w. II,
. Dstdering hia severe injuriet A i A 1(1 .
I Ti .ill ln MB WittiTiin; Irniii tin- frrnni nml in
VVaa. til..h.illl ami Ml-. Alhttelta Waile . .. r. '...u-..I i.iutii, n.i u.us .-kn.", -rly tl.--
were Bkatrk-d last Thursday. We bona ";-!''V.t'rlii''. 'cS üo'i: ' Kuf gS
der to make room for mv I.ai
Fnli Arrival ol
W. M . .
ma v live loinfsnd ii t w
ean in we,
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING, silverware.
Boots and Shoes!
Ckeftpest Plaee in the Clti
Which are now Bought and will Arrive here about to Bay Gchoda. ShenlT S Salfi
Kotis Is asrshf given civen that t!n un-
t. T-itrtie.!. .Kliiiinist riitor of the estatt ot
i.- rue Helset, tntiwsssV wBJ at itbi
Huetiou. a' the Lite resluenes "f said deee-
tent.ii) V. limit low u-l'i.. Murshall -untr.
lll.llillia. iie-loiuth luile south of AfRos. on
Saturday, Angust 15th, A. D. 1879,
rkABsescasI ismi'str si -hii aseeasflt u?-
. e. sii.-h aill'-leH ..s are allowed the widow,
oonautliut of horses, cattle, hogs, nrnwur,
r air. wheat, drill, hörn ruLe, harnens,
farm ,ni-i, ";-.. ai. d many iirll.-lt too tisliuua
IU. Ms . . I I I Sums ..' t3.f snd un
der. oatl ; on II -iitn- a. r S.i .-i edit of
twelve in. rat ha w id i.e givn. purehsaer givittg
not speroved ssesrifef, waiving valua
tion mi ssprslwsBisat lawn -Hole t. draw
interest at the rate of t-r e-nt. No iiroN-r-
tobsisasotred uutil tertua are compll-t
JOSFTH PHY AN.
UII..K lll llll m.l"e ....... fori.', l.-l W-eklV ty
B virtue of an order of mle and a 1 i-
of fore,.-Insure of liiortK'Ure iK-.lled out of ttt
of ths Clers . f the M.trstiail t ireuit
'. - it. tome aire. "ed. on a judgment in favor
of John M. Shoemaker, and ngainat .I.i B.
N. Kliiig-i, 1 will Oder . r sal.- at ul.lio
TY T T iTfTI T TlHfrHT T I. . ln4
E. K. BARNHILL, , " -" 5 AMD 10 CENT Hstarasf. SHtoiiiber ttth,
, , : . ,,t I,. i... .. received an cloeant line of FALL u I711U v um'1 A-U. 1879,
J7 J M J S W 0
No. 9 LuPottu Street.
CuKAPKsr and liest
CHEVIOT SUITS, and the Latest
IMo vclticjs of Hats, which I would like
Sons i hi i i w at the Up taurant
on L.il'u'te atret fc ( all kid get B
meal aad you will see lt. oät-
T. la now in pi ogress In Colllna' Park,
LaPorte, Im i.. an. I will he continued
to Beafeaabei 1st. Stearasta earrf lt r :
t ora i i
passeoirera t and froai ttio grounds. ,- i r bu
mds, and i von to call and SCG.
..ii rM..iiiii.. r..r .......r-.rt ..! . oresseu per ewt i u
! ' 'v Lard m t ti. .
menl proTlded, llatllda Fletcher! Butter pei h 81
ponular nariiaaneat for adults and -L'- i" :'
. . . , Besnii per Imi . .
grand stmy of laaproreaieat for ebii- P(kUtoeH ,
Idrea, in seaaioa every day. All Of-1 Chkkeas, per I l
4 1 1 1 y
Cor. LaPorte & Michigan Sts. itj CfOCkery StOIÖ
- a . . ii Hi., hours of ten o't'leok a. si., ami
four o'elo.'k p. in . at the door of the fourt
.- in 1 o iii. mill Murshall . ..ui.lv Iuwi-
tuia. a-1 he law ilire.-ts.tbe following di'Birili-
e.1 real - .il. . lo-wil:
Tie aoutB-Wwa juarter . of the wuili
Weatiiuarier l of seetion iiuintM'r seven iT),
township iiunil-r thlrty-lhree si: surtu
jtT-k S T T T T V k T -V I rs I rtUC" Ii Ulli t .., n.- I ' eiif., eolitall.llUt Mtr -
I . K A W H I 1 K Tl S llVM ninety three one hundredtha
VAvAA w JL VAVA KJ 6.. vi i acrsa inoce or tsea
sita its in Harshall eouatjr, Indians, to the
Idiit) ilder La ash. wittiout rotrard ts
aporai-seiiiDut law. sut.j-cf t-. redemption.
JOHN V. AMTLEY.
KharlfTMaiuall Count j.
Hot ocorbin, a tscaaf.