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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 December 1878

' ADVERTISING RÄTES. i ' . ' i.'.'.i . Legal AdvertWeaieaU at legal rateav BaalBwMCidm.Cl!aeaS&.Oepetk&&a"-'K 1 Spar Ui rate given to regular adwtisars..,,. The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BY J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. ID' n Am ivmoin epiio Business noUce, bo headed, eel poild, It cent jx'.rlioe tor firm iMertioa, sod 6 ocbU for each mbseqwut insertion.; : ; - ..' ..V Office : -Cor. Michigan . Laporte Sts. J Spae. 1 w.f S w.1 4 w.i 1 m. la.la 1 yeai I Inch.... inches, t mtr.es. inct.es . 1 00 1 00 I 60 i 4 oo; e oo! oo; e oo! s w 11 tÖ 1 vo to ot n m ss oo 60 00 100 09 ' TEBM3 OF SUBSCRIPTION. On copy one rear. In advance fa. oo One eopr six months, in advance $1. oo One copy three months. In advance... .. 50. OOj Ota 4 Ob OOi IOO 4 oVi 4 80 1 60 1 OO'lS oo S t 1 I VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1S73. NUMBER 1. 4 S Wj 001 OUfld !14 0 ) col a ran colatna 1 column.. O 00 I OO 6 W 10 OU X I'D XU 0"l : oijio oo u M il t in tm lo ootiö oo...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 December 1878

The Republican. J. V. S1DERS, Editor. Thursday, December 19th, 1S7S. Tbe Old and Sew. With the last number closed the twenty-second Tolume of the Repcb Ucas, and to-day we commence with number one, Tolume twenty-three. Perhaps a short history of the Repub lic xx, during the years since it came Into existence, or really from the time that the first paper was started In Plymouth, from which the Reitb licas sprang, will not be devoid of interest to our readers. The first paper ever published In Plymouth was called the Pilot. John Q. Howell was Its editor and proprie tor, and it made its appearance some time In the summer of 1851. As usual with first newspapers, it did not pay, and he sold it to Richard Corbaley.who changed the name of the paper, and aent out No. 1, VoL 1, of the Plymouth Banner. He was not a practical prin tet, and published the paper, we sup pose, really to benefit the town and the county, as he must have lost money eveiy week. In J ulv, 1853, he sold the paper to Wil...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 December 1878

mm Mn- R TfT 111 CM fUT I? ,JLJ'MJ- -n,S- XMJjMU mm Is Almost Here, and Santa- Claus ! i Has made a stop with us and OVERLOADED Us with the nicest lot of Hi! BOOB In Town, and we boughtthem very cheap for cash, we can, therefore, sell them at very low figures. Call in and see. KLOEPFER & BOFINGER. LcPorte Street, PLYMOUTH, IND. tA large lot of Genuine Ftisley Shawls jüst received. We bought them of a bankrupt stock at low prices. The Republican. Thursday, Decemcer 19th, 187S. WmI'i Liver PUla cur Lira Complaint. O. Bladj & Co. 11 Young'a Cough Syrup at only 25 cents. Kooxtz' headquarter for Oysters, Bread, Pies, Cakes and everything In the pastry line, fresh und cf the beat quality. SEW 31 EAT MARKET. BAUN HILL TIBER, Have opened up a neat and commo dious meat market in connection with their Grocery and Feed 8 tore, and ar now prepared to furnish Fresh Meats in nice styl and at reasonable prices, well as all other kinds of provis ions, groceries and feed. No. 9 La )orte stre...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 19 December 1878

The Republican. The Old Buttermilk Pail. Oh, when I revert to the long-jyoDe-bj pleasures. And think, of the dreams that made lusturou my youth. And bid sweet remembrance bring to me those treasnrei". Which rwiukled like star hi the azure of troth Dow sweet Is the thought which, with strongest emotion. Roll over my hriin like a wave of the ocenn; When my minds tarn lo scenes that I sought, with deyotion, When I drank to my fill from the Buttermilk Pail. Let the misanthrope pine 1ft the ongvieagel lan guish For things which are trifling, and scenes that are blest; Let the sorrow-faced mourner ting ditties of an guish. And wetp for the hopes that haTe fled from his breast. Tet I sigh not all for the day that are ended. When joy like a heart-feeding manna descended When down on my marrow-bone gracefully bended 1 drank with my nose in the Uutteniiilk. Vail. When bat a young lad, with my heart overflowing With temper as ft rone as a tenpenny nail, Dow oft at the ra.fc of 2:4) a going. I'...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 December 1878

The Republican. ADVERTISING : RATET ID' Ivmouth rCBUSHED THURSDAYS BY Legal Adverttaamrats ai Ujai safest Baslnsss casus, Miaea, Sfl.oo per aaaatt. Spc iai rates givea to regular advertlsara'. Business notices, so headed. Set solid, 10 cent perbne for first Inserfijn. auad a oamla lor each subsequent insertion. J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Office: Cor. Michigan & Laportc St. J TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j One copy one rear, la advance..'... $5. 00 One eopr six months, in advance $1. oo i One (ropy three months, In advance,. .. 50. ! Space. I naJ lyes 18 oo 9 tt t II 0 llnch..... tncbstK . t lutr.es.. 4 lnci.es.. I 8 00 S 0 7 Oo If) M VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, TNDTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 20, 187S. t oo a 00, 4 BOl o 8 50 I 00 NUMBER 2. 4 oo a 5o' a ooj s oo! 10 0ol4 H Ü column a oo ; ooi s eo ia oo it on so oo col Quia, I 00 10 00 II M is to 90 00 SO 00 MOO -Republlcano e 1 w.j w.j 4 w.i S ffl. 0 t 001 I gut 4 60 ooj a voi 4 oo s oo BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AN...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 December 1878

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editou. Thursday, December 26th, 1S7S. Edison claims that he can supply the el metric light at one-fifth the cost of gas light. The money of the bondholder and the money of the noteholder is the same thing. Ia the next State Legislature there will be forty-six lawyers and forty one farmer?, and each branch will have two editors. Eiihu B. Washtroroe of Illinois, late minister to France, is spoken of as the probable successor of Bayard Taylor as minister to Germany. Actual re-sumption came in seven teen days ahead: of the law, and Yocrbees did not get to make the greatest speech uf fata life proviog that resumption could never take IIace. Captatn John Cowdon is before Congress with a plan to keep the Mississippi river in its channel b lowering tne bed of the river. He claims that this can be done for one- fourth the cost of building levees. If Edmund' electoral bill becomes a law. Presidential electious will here after be held in October, and the manner o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 December 1878

II Are now Here, and Santa-Claus ! Has made a stop with us and OVERLOADED Us with the nicest lot of Oil m In Town, and we bought them very cheap for cash, we can, therefore, sell them at very low figures. Call in and see. KLOEPFER & BOFINGER. LaPorte Street, PLYMOUTH. IND. tSTk large lot of Genuine Paisley Shawl just received. We bought them of a bankrupt stock at lo w prices. The Republican. Thuhsuay, Dkcemcek 26th, 1S7S. West's Ltrcr Pill car IniignMioa. G. Blaix & Co. sell Young s Cough Syrup at only 25 cents. Kooxtz headquarters for Oysters, Bread, Pies, Cakes and everything Id the pastry line, fresh and of the best quality. NEW MEAT MAUKET. Bin 511 ill k Tiber, Hare opened up a neat and commo dious meat market in connection with . U f - . 1 T I c. I i uru jr i uvnjr auu A Ktrn o lu , null Bix now prepared to furnish Fresh Meats in nie styl and at reasonable prices, u well as II -other kinds of provls- ljn, groceries and feed. No. 9 La parte' street, Plymouth. ifr t3 UiR...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 26 December 1878

The Republican. Son?. Listen, listen, listen white I ting There mirth, mirth in everything ! Id laughing eyes' quick glance, In daahiug through a dance. Mirth does my charmed soul entrance ! Listen, listen, liten while I all There' joy, joy ia everything! In babbling of fren streams In flashing sunlight beams, Joy spackies thsoagh my potrsive dreams 1 Liaien, listen, liateo while I sins There's hope, hope in eTerythfrt 1 gloom aäd eMail and west, Waen km tririisN? light, Repe riseeeter brkgiuj 'listen, listet liste while I am? ' There's fov. low in everything I 1( mirth and hope tnnst die, tili I can wpward fty. Love lilts me to theky I Ves Tiemswre H'intkrop't mnptthlithtd srr ttj, St. JittluUam or Jammrj. Ed rational Column. a. T. LAfcGINBAAGH. DECEMBER." ' " After an autumn that cajoled straw terry plants and other siniple vegeta bles into the belief that another sum mer was coming, and so induced them to put out untimely blossoms and leaves, we feel tha presence of winter at las...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 2 January 1879

The Republican. UBUSHED THUXSDAYJ BY J. W. SIDERS 8c CO., Plymouth, Ind. ADVERTISING RATES. ID Ivmouth Legal Advertiwmeats at legal rates. Business cards, 8 Hoes, fo.Oo per aanssa. Spe-lal rate gt rem to rcyiilaradTtrUaia. BuciatM notice so beaded, set solid, to ovale p-rline for first Insertion, aad ceats for eaca subsequent ineerttoa. ilea lo Orncs: Cor. Michigan a Laporte Sis. J Spaci. I 1 w.i I w. 4 w ID .Jl m. s b I yeat II OS IS i SO 04 ts 6 SS 00 bo 00 104 00 Hoch..., i-cbos. S lltir.os. 4 laci.ua 1 o s oat s s cw 4 4 00! iül S 0 6 00 U t H Ob TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. One copy one reu. la advance Is. ss Oaeeopr six mouths. In advance Si. 00 On copy three months, in advance.. SO. s ay 00 , 4 60 S 60; S SOll M VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 1879. NUMBER 3. 4 ! s aji s ooj a o to o :i4 i U coltinn a UOI I Wi B Ott 10 IMMX 10 oi Vi column T (K'lio oii ii an ic u'ijii i..o oo 1 ola no .10 ftrtjis m t ttt- in w SP W HTM Tin 11 11 jtiepuo O' BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 2 January 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, Jam arv 3d, 1S79. Congressman Acklen, of Loulsana, is now accused of seduction and for gery. The feeling against him at "Washington is very bitter, and many members are said to favor his expul sion. Another Democratic State has been beard from. Tho committee appoint ed by the Oregon Legislature to in veatigata the State department finds $97,000 squandered. The report Is particularly severe oa Governor Ü ro ver, who tried so hard to get an elec toral vote for Tilden. The Indiana Legislature meets Jan uary 7tb. Yoorhecs took rooms at an Indianapolis hotel more than a week ago, where he will remain until a United States Senator is elected. It will not be long until we shall know what kind of stuff some of our Legislators are made of. Secretary Sherman is reported as saying, when asked how he felt three days before resumption, "that he felt excellently well, because he was led to believe, from advices from almost every part of the country,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 2 January 1879

Now is the time to buy Dry Goods for about Jan. 1st we will invoice our stock, and in order to save la bor, we will close out a good share of our Mammoth stock of dry goods and notions, and will, therefore, of fer bigger bar gains than ever before. "We have about 3000 yards of Medium and Light Trints, that we will sell (to close out) AT 3J CTS- per yard. All other gooU as cheap la proportion. Call In and take this enance In, as you will never have an opportunity to buy as ch cap hearaftcr. KLOEPFER & BÖHMER. LaPorte Street, PLYMOUTH. IXD. The Republican. Thcrsday,Jaxuakv 2d, 1S79. WmI'i Liver Pill care -icV Ik-artartie. CITY ASD COLWTt. School will commence again next Monday. Stick to the good resolutions you made yesterday. TraTe was a ball at the Toor Farm Saturday Dight. Our Bremen correspondence did not come in time for publication. Bourbon had a Christmas tree well filled with rreteuti at the U. U. church. Cha3. II. Buttenbendf, of Ft. Wayne. Is visiting friends in- this ci...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 2 January 1879

The Republican. ClrcnmsUncc. T IUI WHBILia. T k not t ro of sou's that conceive anblime Id.. sis, bat detvrtd by Fate. And, boani hy circumstances, eil deaoTa'e, An I longior highU they never can achieve. It not no. That which we moat desiya, W th uri-'erst-tudiiig. we at last obtain, la ' hcl- or part. I hold tnare is n" rain. No deluge, tbit can qucurh a burvcuy Arc. Show me 'Iit labor. I a:ial-htway wii name 1 L ualuic ! thy Uiur.ghH. Vho bonis the bow, . Aua Mi tu arrow irom tat siraiueu allium go, 8t ike Stirae-shvrc near the object ot bis im. We bolfct nnr ship from tlm'wra ot the brain, - . WitU prod on of ttie al we load the hold; Wben lie the Maine if they brine; buck no gold, Or If they spring aleak npou the maiu? Th Ts la n fate, no Providence, no Chance, iheWUIiaaJL So he it thoo art per And s'ron at parpave. the sacrtss la fare. Sat fouls ami slu gards prale of Ciiraaiatauce. The Power of Drei. Thero are few things the Influence of which are more absurdly overrat- texl ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 9 January 1879

ADVERTISING RATES " r ' . -.' . ; i 1 Legal Adertiaetr:ere art efnl rat. Business carxU, B lim, tS.Oo per a-wnra.' ' Spe-Jai rate givea to regular advertisers. Buwiuss notices, M beaded, act oiid, H ccal pcrUa for &r4 insertion, and 6. ceal lor. eecsT1 aubseqtet insertion. 1 The Republican. PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BT J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, Ind. Orrics: Cor. Michigan . Laporte Sts. TZBXS OF SUBSCBIPTIOH. Oaeeopyca rear. tn advance..... $l. Ob eop tlx month. la atfvanc $1. 00 Oft eony three months, in advance,.-., so. r Plymouth Will : i . T1 "Tv 1 1 O e lyeai1 it ., 1 M ' n m U 04 VOLUME 23. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9, 1879. NUMBER 4: column T ool 00,11 60 1 no so oats M 1 column. ..in (HUM (WW us cfe M 100 0 - Space. 1 w.j I w.j 4 w. t tn.1 S n.l n 1 Inch 1 Oo Sol SO 4 00 S Oul 8 i inches. . S 00 (; 4 oo 5 00 T .: lutncs.. S W 4 OO! 4 60 W1 8 Tf 4 Inches.. 4 l S SO: 00 S 00 H14 5 !: V i ! i7 , a 4i : i ir IT f 1 i. X I. t 4 1 T, - 4 1 ! j r 1 t T : Ä V ; J ' s...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 9 January 1879

The Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. Thursday, Januar y ythy 1879. A daily Increase of distress in every quarter Is the report that comes from England. Alexander H. Stephens U said to be dangerously ill at Washington with neuralgia of the bowels. " In the month of December there was receired and forwarded at In dianapolis 51.211 cars: of this number 38,983 were loaded ; in the correspond ing month, 1877. there were received and forwarded 49,961; of this number 35,93 Were loaded. "Plan Buchanan, the Greenback leader has taken quarters at Indian apolis and proposes to be a candi date for United States Senators. If he can'keep the National Greenback members in solid phalanx, he may give Vcorhees trouble. There seems to be a general feeling throughout the country that the be gianlng of this year marks the begin ning of better times, but no one need expect a audien revival of business. Slowly bat surely the good time will come to those who work and wait. A strong effort is now being mad...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 9 January 1879

Now is the time to buy Dry Goods for about Feb. 1st we will invoice our stock, and in order to save la bor, we will close out a good share of our Mam moth stock of dry goods and notions, , and will, therefore, of fer bigger bar gains than ever before. - . : We have about 3000 yards of Medium and Light5 -Print.-' that we -will sell (to close out) . ..,-. -" per yard. 'Atkotber goods as cheap la proportion. Call la and take thli cnance In, as 70a will never have an opportunity to buy as cb eap hear after. ELÖEPFER &B0FINGER. ' LaPorte Street, PLYMOUTH. IND. The Republican. TMHRinAY, January 9th, 1S79. Watt's later fills es"S Bjspeptis. CIT2' AND COUNT! . A Hebt fall of snow Tuesday tight. . John Huham Is on tbe streets again. " Aldrlcbtbd borse-Buyer. was in town Tuesday.' Services at the Tresbyterlan Church every evening this week. - Grand masquerade ball at the Centennial Hall to morrow night. A party of the Intimate Mends of Jarnea II. Brink surprised him last Friday evening. W...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 9 January 1879

The Republican. Vor Taa KirvtuctK. imbltiou's Goal, ' r' BT B. t. A. UKX.Ar. l ife Eke the protean ocean, How calm, and then distnrbed, Beare o from infancy to death. Both hated and revered. It we would win ambition" gal And take downwird rirw- 7f? moat expect "no royal roadV Bat a pathway rough and new. W"ientempetoun clouds arise, ' And all look dark and drear; W moat not (ear tbe storm. But "look np and persevere." Wbea "wave roll monntaln high," And fear oar soul distrese;- "rTe mast keep the goal in view, A ad steadily toward it prvea.: Thooirh our ship 1 torni-toeL, " fay the angry wind and ware; We ahall reach tb harbor aifely. If we are truly brave. We moat not distrust ourselves. Bat away with doubts and f ears Bear unmoved the world's praise. Hot tremble when it snesra. AVer keep the end in rirw Tbe goal that attracts Um eye; Aawl w shad sorely conquer, JaWor tu day we die. dn:atIonal Column. JV F. LAXaEXBAUGIT. " . ' cesar's wealth. JullttCDar, like Wilkin Mieaw- ber, Esq...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 16 January 1879

ADVERTISING RATES. r PUBLISHED THURSDAYS BV .blicaiio Leg a! Advertisement! at leal rate. Basin card, 8 lines, S&.00 pet m J. W. SIDERS & CO., Plymouth, !nd. Orr ice: Cor. Michigan a. Laporte Sts. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Oa copy one rear, in advance S3. 00 One copy six months. In advance Si. 00 On copy three months, in advance,.... 60. Speiai rat given to regular advertisers. Business notices, so beaded, act Mlid, U cent,' perhne for first Insertion, and a cents io each ' lubwqnfl insertion. Space. 1 w.l w.t 4 w. ni.j S m. 4 m 1 yesi! It 80 ' IS' 08 ltuch..., iLcbes. t lucncs 4 incites 1 Art Oft Ki.l 4M e! 1 ; in;: frit 4 Ml I Hit I OOJS j 4 etr 4 00! 4 5ul 4 OV1 Ot) S 00 VOLUME 2.'5. PLYMOUTH, INDIANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 10, 1879. NUMBER 5. S OOjlti 01 !U Ol It e U column son! 1 I ot-;to 8 SO 10 00,12 OOj 13 OS H column f It 50 18 isjUtn M S0 00 1 column. .110 OO1I5 00 OT o t( eojaa rwo 00, 1(8 0 The Republican. Plymouth .Repu e BUSINESS DIRECTORY. T. A. HORTON, PHYSICIAN AND...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 16 January 1879

WOG!! Fhe Republican. J. W. SIDERS, Editor. T) I I'R SDA Y, J A X I' A K V l6th, lSj-p. The Giant Powder Work?, near ttan 'rtiLoieCO, txploded Tuesday after noon. Every building in the vicinity '.va wrecked and a number of persons Lilted. Tho Supreme Court will next week T.nr and consider the appeals in the ear-3 cf Uueti?, Achey, and Meriick, ntenced to be hung at Indianapolis '! the 20th. 1I.vlanie Anderson who has been IV -liking in New York for the last four vce;Cf for a WHger that the 'jould v-lk 2700 quarter miles in so many quarter-hours, finished her task ilon ! iy eight, haying accomplished the eil .. The republican members of the L-islaturo will prove themselves worthy of the party that elected them cl 1 win the respect of all honorable 'en, if they refuse to dicker und :r iiJe with any patty to secure ofiict r.r oy man. Alujor?, a recalcitrant Orcenbacker, n: i Gray a renegaJc Republican, are i vv lietatins: to the Democratic metu ' era cf the Legislature how they .c.t:il...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 16 January 1879

ff Now is the time to buy Dry Goods Tor about Feb. 1st we will invoice oar stock, and in order to save la bor, we will close cut a good share of our Mammoth stock of dry goods and notions, and will, therefore, of- ier bigger bar gains than ever before. . AVe huve jibout 3000 yards of Mediam 'r..lLjht Prints, that wo will tell (t close, out) AT 33 CTS. pryaui. AH otbcr goods as cheap ii niortion. Call in and take this i n.tnee in, as you will never bave an piortunity to huy as cheap bearafur. i LaPorle Street rLYMOUTU, IND. The Republican. 1 iiv:isr ay, Jaxuaky i6th, 1S79. .'. r :" Liver Mils cur L er Complaint. - crrr axd couxrt. , Doii't forget the i-lay. at the Op kx-. House to-night. ' ' Ort' cf the ireatber prophets pro ves rrt cpen winter 3ct. Dr. Paul will i.rpXa be at thlljss H.usc. January 22J, one day only. An old vacant house In tho north v-ot part of towo burned Monday i.iiM.i. Our town is about a quiet this ; as was SIcClclIaa on the Fo- )cseph Leonard, who lias been v. ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth Republican. — 16 January 1879

The Republican. Farm and Home. the kind or glue we have always Osed for our wood-work is made by dUsolTlng one pourd of good brown or white glue faccordin? to objec) in one pint of water, placed within an outer vessel filled with boiling water. When entirely dissolved, aud while cooling, we add, gradually, three ounces ol nitric acid, and when cold bottle and keep closely corked. It tiever hardens until exposed to the surface In small quantities, and the white may be used In any case wht-ra gum arable mucilage is necessary, while the brown Is strong and dura ble for all purposes. Home Arts. A lady who speaks from experience Says that probably nine children out of ten who die of croup might be iared by the timely application of ' roast onions, mashed, laid upon a folded napkin and goose oil, sweet oil, or even lard poured oa and ap- plied as warm as ran be borne com- Tof Ubly, to the throat and upper part of tbe chest, -aud to the feet and lndi. To ritl jrouTliouse of rats, cover the...

Publication Title: Plymouth Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
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